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Questions to Ask Before Getting Engaged By Jacob Gleam
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Getting engaged is a big event in any adult’s life and declares to the public a commitment to each other and their lives together. It is also indubitably among one of the happiest and most... More > memorable experiences. This magnanimous move however, often necessitates making changes in the physical, emotional and financial areas of one’s personal life. For such a drastic decision, individuals are encouraged to explore what getting engaged will mean and what they expect from spending the rest of their lives as a couple. The purpose of this book is to present a few of the questions to consider at this point. We will explore areas such as family, health, finances and employment and provide insight where it may be most needed.< Less
Outremer ad Pratum By Kurt Hoffmann
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Journey through a nearly a millennium of Christian knighthood, from the Crusades and the ancient Templars to the modern Sir Knights on the prairies of Iowa. Discover the history of the magnanimous... More > Order of the Temple, from its founding in 1118 to its downfall in 1307. Learn the legends the ancient Order left behind for the new Order to carry on. Learn how Templary came to Iowa, the famous Sir Knights that helped it along the way, and the history of the Grand Encampment and its storied relationship with Iowa’s Sir Knights. Finally, hear the stories of Iowa’s Templars, from the famed Templar Park, to the heroes of Templary in Iowa.< Less
Insomnia By Kristine Ong Muslim
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Kristine Ong Muslim is a contemporary goddess of poetry. She compels us to enter unique realms of metaphorical magnanimity to spaces—here and now—of sociological profundity. Her style... More > is varied yet marked by manifest visions. Muslim's verse exudes a distinguished type of deliverance that exalts the reader into an enlightened being of reprieve. “The ocean is an oversized boat, which is also a ripple, which is/also a memory of a submerged continent.” “This girl collects shipwrecks and coffee mugs,/green bottles and bone folders—things which/cannot be inherited.”< Less
The Watchtower Society, Organizational Misbehavior By Gabriel H Ibarra
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Examines the Watchtower Society’s hystory, doctrine, and practice through the sociological perspective. The author infiltrates deep into the nucleus of personal experience presented as... More > empirical evidence to empower the reader to grasp the sociology of Jehovah’s Witnesses. Primary research, analysis, and inference is examined and presented through the sociological perspective designed to give clear and objective insight into their Organization. This work shoves aside illusions of magnanimity, infusing superior insight into the way the Watchtower Society exerts its will upon the masses. As it introduces itself by force, spreads its beliefs by a strong hand, and preserves its unrelenting ways by destroying opposition. This work unlocks the social forces that shape the minds and that drag the lives of Jehovah’s Witnesses.< Less
Pride and Prejudice By Jane Austen
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A masterpiece of English literature, Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice follows the life of Elizabeth Bennet as she maneuvers the obstacles of society: manners, morality, education and marriage in... More > early 19th century England. Elizabeth is a classic heroine of that period - she's bright, magnanimous, full of good sense, and she can deliver a verbal lashing while remaining perfectly proper. What better a playing field for drama than a wealthy father with three daughters in 19th century England? It's a battle of the sexes played out in brilliant detail, with unforgettable characters and exceptional dialogue. It has sold more than 20 million copies, and has been on the top of the heap of the best books of all time since its publication.< Less
Winter: From the Journal of Henry D. Thoreau By H. G. O. Blake
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"Thoreau himself regarded literature as altogether secondary to life, strange as this may seem to those who think of him as a hermit or dreamer, shunning what are commonly considered as among... More > the most important practical realities, trade, politics, the church, the institutions of society generally.... Even in a philanthropic point of view, any superficial benefit he might confer by throwing himself into the current of society would be as nothing compared with the loss of real power and influence which would result from disobedience to his highest instincts. ...It was not sufficient for him to entertain and express as an author "subtle thoughts," but he aspired rather "so to love wisdom as to live, according to its dictates, a life of simplicity, independence, magnanimity, and trust," .... It is the clear insight early creating a deep, persistent determination so to live,... which gives value to Thoreau's work, though this insight itself may well be regarded as the highest form of genius...."< Less
Ink-Spring Ithaca Iguana By Munayem Mayenin
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Ink-Spring Ithaca Iguana is Munayem Mayenin’s 8th Poetry Collection. In this collection Mayenin crafts poetry in the solidified form of Triplets. Here, he tries to fathom the phenomenon of love... More > in the nature. Mayenin sees love as an elaborate expression that borrows everything from nature and manifests itself in a beautiful manner that, in desire and longing, seeks both spirituality and, according to a reader, a ‘natural and beautiful eroticism’ which almost appears as natural a the sun lights making love with the Scottish Heather or the White Cliff is being serenaded by the sea or the sky making love with the lake. Mayenin delves into the beauty and brilliance of love in its physical and spiritual sense without the manipulation of the market that wants to make love a saleable commodity whereby this naturally pure, spiritually enriching and magnanimous expression of deep humanity gets dirtied and uglified into nothing but a mechanical flesh fiesta.< Less
Ink-Spring Ithaca Iguana By Munayem Mayenin
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Ink-Spring Ithaca Iguana is Munayem Mayenin’s 8th Poetry Collection. In this collection Mayenin crafts poetry in the solidified form of Triplets. Here, he tries to fathom the phenomenon of love... More > in the nature. Mayenin sees love as an elaborate expression that borrows everything from nature and manifests itself in a beautiful manner that, in desire and longing, seeks both spirituality and, according to a reader, a ‘natural and beautiful eroticism’ which almost appears as natural a the sun lights making love with the Scottish Heather or the White Cliff is being serenaded by the sea or the sky making love with the lake. Mayenin delves into the beauty and brilliance of love in its physical and spiritual sense without the manipulation of the market that wants to make love a saleable commodity whereby this naturally pure, spiritually enriching and magnanimous expression of deep humanity gets dirtied and uglified into nothing but a mechanical flesh fiesta.< Less
Microcosmia By Ron Sanders
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Microcosmia pursues offbeat protagonist Cristian Vane, an emotionally troubled young liberal who’s just come into the staggering Vane fortune. With his newfound wealth and responsibility, Vane... More > sets out to put his cosseted life back together, but a series of gut-wrenching misadventures in the real world produce a complete nervous breakdown. The young heir surfaces with a fresh perspective: wealth is wasted on the wealthy; his bequest is a golden opportunity to do something magnificent in a heartless world. Sickened by a documentary featuring scammed Ethiopian famine victims, he sets off for Africa to build his utopia. Though Vane’s misplaced magnanimity results in East-West friction and internal rivalries, he still manages to create his magnum opus, even as cutthroat pirates, a vile Eritrean colonel, and a doomed affair with a gorgeous, control-freak journalist push him over the edge. The tale concludes with an overwhelming assault by the Eritrean Army during the mother of all desert locust plagues.< Less
The Sifted Vol.2: Episode 010-019 By Ryosuke Akizuki
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"Would you like to drink fish?" The author Ryosuke Akizuki asks his characters, as if it is a riddle. What type of reactions would he get from those who have unique personalities? Milo,... More > who is in charge of ramen noodles, is severe and abandons the author. Saya, for Japanese food, takes it seriously and is staggered. Chloe, for Western food, is dumbfounded and reacts magnanimously. Riccardo, for Chinese food, jokingly leaves salty and peppery remarks. Here is the second installment of "The Sifted" series, in which the author talks about the restaurants he has actually visited, with the main characters of "The Gifted" (the mystery fiction series by the same author). This includes 10 episodes (from Episode 010 to 019). An exorcist named Yoma, who just debuted in "The Gifted Vol.5", enters the scene. How will she do on her report of curry, her favorite food? While being baffled by the characters having their own ways, the author Akizuki continues his free, willful wandering for delicious food.< Less

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