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1 Liners By Ms M Beres
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A single sentence, can sometimes say it all.
One-Liners With A Message By Don Robinson
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So often we take for granted the power of words. Yet, many people throughout history are known by one phrase that they have spoken. The same can also be true in the church. Most people will not... More > remember the entirety of a sermon, but many will be able to remember a short, creative phrase that the preacher said that caught their attention. These have come to be known as "One-Liners." In this book, Pastor Robinson shares fifty of these statements that he has used behind the pulpit as pastor of Trinity Baptist Church. Included with each "One-Liner" is a brief devotional that helps to explain the original thought of each one.< Less
Atlantic Liners: A Trio of Trios By J. Kent Layton
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They formed three trios of wonder ships. From the Cunard Line came the Lusitania, Mauretania, and Aquitania. From the White Star Line came the Olympic, the infamous Titanic, and the Britannic. From... More > the Hamburg-Amerika Line came the Imperator, Vaterland and Bismarck, which would later find service as Cunard's Berengaria, the U.S. Line's Leviathan, and White Star's Majestic. They were, in turn, the fastest, most powerful, largest and most luxurious ocean liners that had ever sailed that ocean. Some would find great success; others would suffer disaster. Their careers would be affected by natural elements, by mismanagement, and by the brutalities of war. Their fates were also inextricably intertwined. The all-new 2009 Version of "Atlantic Liners" boasts over 730 photos, as well as nearly a dozen general arrangement plans of the ships. An Introduction has been penned by Mark Chirnside.< Less
Atlantic Liners: A Trio of Trios By J. Kent Layton
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They formed three trios of wonder ships. From the Cunard Line came the Lusitania, Mauretania, and Aquitania. From the White Star Line came the Olympic, the infamous Titanic, and the Britannic. From... More > the Hamburg-Amerika Line came the Imperator, Vaterland and Bismarck, which would later find service as Cunard's Berengaria, the U.S. Line's Leviathan, and White Star's Majestic. They were, in turn, the fastest, most powerful, largest and most luxurious ocean liners that had ever sailed that ocean. Some would find great success; others would suffer disaster. Their careers would be affected by natural elements, by mismanagement, and by the brutalities of war. Their fates were also inextricably intertwined. The all-new 2009 Version of "Atlantic Liners" boasts over 730 photos, as well as nearly a dozen general arrangement plans of the ships. An Introduction has been penned by Mark Chirnside.< Less
One-liners By Santosh Kalwar
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One-liner has a character designated Mr. Zen who is the master of the Zen techniques and answers your questions face to face. There is another character designated Mr. Genius who has all... More > materialistic possessions. However, he lacks compassion and inner spiritual uplifting. Mr. Genius discusses everyday issues with Mr. Zen. If not face-to-face, you can at least find the answers as recorded in One-liners, a short concise transcription of inspirational excerpts from his teachings. From diverse topics such as impermanence of the world, enlightenment, and inspirational nuggets of immortal wisdoms, Mr. Zen always adverts to the idea of one-liners, recognition that our original nature is our true nature. With one-liners, one can dedicate to devout teachings, spiritual uplifting, and with the thought of gaining some timeless inspirations.< Less
Romantic, Memoirs of a Great Liner By Sean Munger
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Born in a shipyard in Germany before the First World War, BAVARIA is an innocent creature with no conception of what she is to become: a floating palace, one of the great liners that have since... More > sailed into legend. Through war and peace, boom and bust, Depression and hope, in her own words she tells of her transformation into the ship aptly named ROMANTIC--and her fall from grace, together with mankind.< Less
Romantic, Memoirs of a Great Liner By Sean Munger
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Born in a shipyard in Germany before the First World War, BAVARIA is an innocent creature with no conception of what she is to become: a floating palace, one of the great liners that have since... More > sailed into legend. Through war and peace, boom and bust, Depression and hope, in her own words she tells of her transformation into the ship aptly named ROMANTIC--and her fall from grace, together with mankind.< Less
One Year of One Liners By Joe Dyson
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This is a Joke Book, and that ain't no joke. Joe Dyson, the same guy who wrote "Never Entertain During Watermelon Season" challenged himself to write an average of ten original jokes per... More > day for a year. Between 2008 and 2009, Joe posted three-hundred and sixty-five scripts on his blog site, and now you have the opportunity to own the entire collection. Lucky you! Buy it now, before everybody else learns the punchlines.< Less
One Year of One Liners By Joe Dyson
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This is a Joke Book, and that ain't no joke. Joe Dyson, the same guy who wrote "Never Entertain During Watermelon Season" challenged himself to write an average of ten original jokes per... More > day for a year. Between 2008 and 2009, Joe posted three-hundred and sixty-five scripts on his blog site, and now you have the opportunity to own the entire collection. Lucky you! Buy it now, before everybody else learns the punchlines.< Less
One Year of One Liners By Joe Dyson
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This is a Joke Book, and that ain't no joke. Joe Dyson, the same guy who wrote "Never Entertain During Watermelon Season" challenged himself to write an average of 10 original jokes per day... More > for a year. Between 2008 and 2009, Joe posted 365 scripts on his blog site, and now you have the opportunity to own the entire collection.< Less