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Openings By Frank Roberts
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The photographs in this book were taken on a cross-country trip from Arizona to Indiana in the summer of 2006. They are photographs of old, neglected doors and windows in abandoned buildings and... More > houses in several small Midwestern towns. The project was an attempt to correlate images with quotations from authors whose writings have influenced my life.< Less
The Apple-Tree : The Open Country Books (Illustrated) By L. H. Bailey
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“The petals expand broadly, usually losing most of their pink. The blade is oblong and rounded at the end, at first cupped and then nearly flat, three-fourths of an inch long, narrowed at the... More > base into a short stem-like part and usually hairy there, the edges perhaps wavy but entire. The expanse of the flower may be one and one-half to two inches. The brush of stamens, erect in the center, sheds its pollen and the anthers collapse. Then the petals fall, like flakes of snow, borne often by the wind. There remain the stout woolly flower-stems an inch or more long and bearing minute dry bracts, with the young fruit at the summit topped by the five recurving woolly sepals and the pencil of stamens and styles. The bloom being gone, the flowering system of the apple is thenceforth little observed."< Less
Technology Transfer: Open Licensing and 
Developing Countries By Andres Guadamuz
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The book examines the technology trade and the cycle of poverty and addresses some of the issues that are at the heart of the technological gap between rich and poor countries.
The Apple-Tree The Open Country Books--No. 1 By L. H. (Liberty Hyde) Bailey
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Liberty Hyde Bailey (March 15, 1858 – December 25, 1954)... More > was an American horticulturist, botanist and cofounder of the American Society for Horticultural Science. :10–15Born in South Haven, Michigan, as the third son of farmers Liberty Hyde Bailey Sr. and Sarah Harrison Bailey, Bailey entered the Michigan Agricultural College (MAC, now Michigan State University) in 1878 and graduated in 1882. The next year, he became assistant to the renowned botanist Asa Gray, of Harvard University. This was arranged by a professor at MAC, William James Beal. Bailey spent two years with Gray as his herbarium assistant. The same year, he married Annette Smith, the daughter of a Michigan cattle breeder, whom he met at the Michigan Agricultural College. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liberty_Hyde_Bailey< Less
The Open Air By Richard Jefferies
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The Open Air Meeting is a live album by Muhal Richard Abrams and Marty Ehrlich which was released on the New World label in 1997 and features duet performances by Abrams and Erlich recorded in August... More > 1996 at the Brooklyn Museum.The Allmusic review by Scott Yanow states "The two musicians listen closely to each other and react quickly to any ideas that the other might have. Abrams' strong technique and knowledge of other styles and Ehrlich's versatile playing prove to be a stimulating match". Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Open_Air_Meeting Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: John Richard Jefferies (6 November 1848 – 14 August 1887) was an English nature writer, noted for his depiction of English rural life in essays, books of natural history, and novels. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Jefferies< Less
The Coin, the Sword, and Open Book By Douglas Stockwell
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It is a poetic play, written mostly in iambic pentameter, set in the Korean Three Kingdoms Period. The royal family uses prophets and traditions for their personal means, and they have little... More > consideration for the common people. However in spurning a soothsayer, their acts put into play an unfolding curse. In picking a second wife from a small country town, due to the legend of her beauty, the prince has unwittingly chosen the young lady destined to cause his downfall. The love between the country girl and shepherd’s son inspires them to overcome any obstacles and strengthen their kingdom’s standing. Though Prince Silla achieves military and financial success, through the work of others, he lives in pain of losing her legendary beauty and kindness. The country couple lives a simple life more indicative of the young nation’s traditions than the royal lines so often admired and studied.< Less
The Coin, the Sword, and Open Book By Douglas Stockwell
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A poetic play, written mostly in iambic pentameter, set in the Korean Three Kingdoms Period. The royal family uses prophets and traditions for their personal means, and they have little... More > consideration for the common people. However in spurning a soothsayer, their acts put into play an unfolding curse. In picking a second wife from a small country town, due to the legend of her beauty, the prince has unwittingly chosen the young lady destined to cause his downfall. The love between the country girl and shepherd’s son inspires them to overcome any obstacles and strengthen their kingdom’s standing. Though Prince Silla achieves military and financial success, through the work of others, he lives in pain of losing her legendary beauty and kindness. The country couple lives a simple life more indicative of the young nation’s traditions than the royal lines so often admired and studied.< Less
God's Country By Tony Anselmo
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Many seem to have forgotten the beauty and solitude of the outdoors. God's Country brings the spirit back to life and shows the experiences of a young man who appears to have found the secret to... More > living in the moments on the pursuit of happiness. The young author tells his tales of the North and shows us how to let go of the aches and pains of schedules and just go with the flow with the river of life. This book is full of eye opening thoughts, secrets and surprises from the sacred North Country of Minnesota.< Less
City and Country By Richard J. McQueen, FERNAND D'AMICO, JACQUES WISMAN
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The subject of the City and Country, based on the research topics conducted by Fernand D'Amico and Jacques Wisman, is proposed in this book as a themed walk through the passages of Scripture from... More > the Old and New Testament. The biblical text (KJV) is presented deliberately devoid of additional comments to offer an immediate and direct perception of the selected track. The thematic reading of the biblical text opens to the reader as a fascinating experience that allows him to benefit in a short time, a surprising and rich picture of content. The city and the country are actually mirrored a multitude of people living in the same space, sharing a set of factors and aggregating factors, including religion. This is reality, which reflect a collective feeling that responds unconscious mechanisms and organic assimilation of undergoing an interaction as is testified by reading the biblical text.< Less
Country Love By Brenda Kennedy
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Abel Lee When Savannah Mae opened the envelope revealing the note and the picture of my ex-girlfriend, I prayed she wouldn't leave me. All I needed was time to explain. I had to talk to her and... More > finally tell her the truth. I just prayed it wasn't too late. Savannah Mae When I saw that picture of a battered and beaten woman, I had to leave. I had no idea where I was goin', but I knew I couldn't stay. There was no way I could look Abel Lee in the face. I know the man he is now, and I know he could never do this. But was he capable of doing such violence back then? Savannah Mae and Abel Lee have been through so much in such a short time. Can their love withstand another downfall? Will she ever be able to trust him? Why does he not just tell her the truth? In the final book of the Rose Farm Trilogy, Country Love, all of your answers will be revealed. The long-awaited conclusion is at your fingertips. Happy reading.< Less