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One Interesting Day (Flute Part) By Daniel Barth
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The flute part for a flute solo with piano accompaniment. "One Interesting Day" has a slight jazz/swing feel, but it really isn't jazz. It is a nice piece for solo and ensemble festivals... More > and school programs. For the piano part, please see Lulu item number 136372. Level: Advanced middle school and high school. Duration: About 3:00< Less
What is Interesting Writing in Art History? By James Elkins
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This is a book about how art history is written. It includes detailed analyses of a dozen important texts, and theories about what counts as "interesting" or "experimental"... More > writing on art. There are chapters on texts by Rosalind Krauss, T.J. Clark, Alexander Nemerov, Gilles Deleuze, Helene Cixous, Leo Steinberg, Jean-Louis Schefer, and others; a chapter on institutions that teach experimental writing on art; analyses of rival concepts of the essay; and chapters on the absence of literary criticism in the disciplines of art history, visual studies, art theory, and art criticism.< Less
Bob's Dictionary of Big and Interesting Words By Robert Q. Stephens
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Bob's Dictionary of Big and Interesting Words contains 6000 of the most sophisticated and useful words found in the English language. It is designed for use by professional writers and speakers,... More > college and high school students, and anyone else who wants to communicate more accurately and impressively. The book also contains the most popular and useful foreign phrases from French, Latin and other languages.< Less
How to Write Interesting Christmas Newsletters By Alton Fischer
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I have the secret to making interesting Christmas Newsletters. I have been doing them for all my life and I am 70 years old. Every Christmas people ask me when are they going to get their... More > newsletter. Easy to follow steps along with examples of some of my newsletters from 2000-2008.< Less
Why is California Interesting? Dreams of Gold By Douglas Alford
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California has gold in the mountains and rich farmland in the valleys. In CA a shop keeper started selling picks to miners and ended up owning a Railroad. California is where two engineers started... More > a business in their one car garage, that is now one of the world’s largest companies. It is a place where sand is turned into computer chips and a billion dollar business. California is where flower power created personal computers. California has golden beaches. It is also where movies are made and where the movie stars live. It is full of golden sunshine, fertile lands and creative minds. Fortunes are made here. What is interesting about California? It is an amazing land, with adaptive people and rich opportunities.< Less
Why is California Interesting? Dreams of Gold By Douglas Alford
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California has gold in the mountains and rich farmland in the valleys. In CA a shop keeper started selling picks to miners and ended up owning a Railroad. California is where two engineers started... More > a business in their one car garage, that is now one of the world’s largest companies. It is a place where sand is turned into computer chips and a billion dollar business. California is where flower power created personal computers. California has golden beaches. It is also where movies are made and where the movie stars live. It is full of golden sunshine, fertile lands and creative minds. Fortunes are made here. What is interesting about California? It is an amazing land, with adaptive people and rich opportunities.< Less
All Best Interesting Short Stories By Onofre Poonin
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A compilation of great articles and interesting stories There were about 9 new stories written and its themes center on romance, recipe, invention, free website domain, politics, faith and security... More > business. All of which contained moral lessons that the readers could think about. The Author - More than twenty years in the investigative jobs. Twelve years of which were spent as Consular Investigator of the Embassy's Anti-Fraud Unit, Philippines. The rest were spent as Security Investigator/Manager of different security agencies in Metro Manila. As a BS Criminologist, "I spend my time between essay article writings and security management job. He has published several articles in different websites and he is currently working on a newest novel.< Less
Strategy, National Interests, And Means To An End By Stephen D. Sklenka & Strategic Studies Institute
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This paper focuses on the interrelationship among national interests, stated ends, means to achieve those ends, and the strategies required to tie all of them together into a cohesive and effective... More > vision for the commitment of U.S. forces. The introduction addresses the current U.S. debate regarding proposed actions in the Iraq War and postulates that the lack of true strategic discussion, particularly by our national leadership who instead prefer to focus on far less appropriate discussions such as tactics and techniques, inhibits the development of a comprehensive and effective overarching vision and ultimately is to blame for the setbacks that the U.S.-led coalition has experienced in Iraq. This lack of strategic foresight, however, is not surprising and has become endemic to American foreign policy since the end of the Cold War. The fact that so much of U.S. post-Cold War foreign policy involves interventions merely exacerbates the difficulties a lack of strategic foresight engenders.< Less
Open Manifesto: Enlightened Self Interest By Kevin Finn
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Open Manifesto is an independent journal of critical writing, which focuses on the intersection of design with social, cultural, political and economic issues. In issue 7, Edward de Bono discusses... More > the value and importance of design, while, Adam Grant reveals his insights into the practice of Give and Take. Ji Lee, talks about the transformative power of personal projects, while Dan Everett shares his personal story working with a remote Brazilian Amazonian tribe. Helen Palmer offers insight into the power and mechanics of cultural tourism and Anne Miltenburg presents her experiences working as a designer in cross-cultural situations. Damian Borchok holds a detailed discussion around the business of design. Stephanie Akkaoui Hughes critiques the practice of architecture. Andrew Barnum questions how we might view the designer’s role today, while Jason Tselentis tests just how self-interested or enlightened we truly are.< Less
Christian's Great Interest. In Two Parts. By William Guthrie
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Second Peter 1:10 says "Therefore, my brothers, be all the more eager to make your calling and election sure." So how can Christians really know they are saved? Scottish Presbyterian... More > minister William Guthrie asked this question in the 17th century, and wrote his only work, The Christian's Great Interest, in order to answer it. This work is an assurance of salvation aimed at helping believers "make [their] calling and election sure." The book is written with typical Puritan language and may be challenging in style for some readers, but Guthrie is highly logical and methodical in is writing, fully explaining each point and moving gracefully form one to the next. Guthrie is aware that some readers aren't versed in Christianity, so he is always sure to explain basic themes for the sake of "those more ignorant." Ultimately, this comforting work confirms salvation and inspires Christians to be sure of their faith. It is sure to console any who have doubted. -Abby Zwart, CCEL Staff Writer< Less

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