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The Day The Empire Fell (second edition) By Vincent Scotti Eirene
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Vincent Scotti Eirené is a consummate storyteller. In this book he offers poetic vignettes about his family and his lifelong journey into nonviolent peacemaking. Along the way he takes us... More > across the country, from Pittsburgh to Chicago, Colorado, Oregon, Idaho, California, Nevada, the White House, New Orleans, Atlanta, and even beyond, to Fallujah and Baghdad. We meet an assortment of colorful characters, people like Grandma Molly, Phillip Berrigan, Hungry Bear, Uncle Joe, Black Panther Malik Rahim, Martin Sheen, judges, lawyers, activists and others. Stitched together, the stories serve as a striking miniature of our age. They form a snapshot of a time in American history, flashes of what Jack Kerouac did for an earlier era with his book On the Road.< Less
Second Language Vocabulary Learning: An Empirical Study By Ali Jahangard, Somayeh Akbari
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One of the insurmountable obstacles in learning a foreign or a second language is to acquire a huge number of words in a relatively short interlude of time , a conundrum , most of learners have to... More > confront in their attempts to learn a second or foreign language. Assisting learners in tackling the learning of thousands of new words obstacle compels teachers to discover and offer the most effective tasks for vocabulary learning. Most teachers and researchers have been aware of this necessity but most often they have been in a state of indeterminacy as to what practices are the best to help the learners cope with the problem. The present book focuses on the comparison of three different methods of vocabulary instruction in a quasi experimental design and processes the related data through statistical procedures. The findings are discussed with reference to theoretical frameworks which best justify the outcomes.< Less
Second Language Vocabulary Learning: An Empirical Study By Ali Jahangard, Somayeh Akbari
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The book includes a report on a scientific investigation whose purpose was four-fold: first to investigate the predictive adequacy of the Task-Induced Involvement Load Hypothesis which contends that... More > higher-load inducing tasks yield better retention rates in incidental learning situations, second, to examine whether type of dictionary search could affect vocabulary retention, third, to investigate the effect of translation direction on retention rate, and finally to determine the most effective tasks.< Less
Stand By The Empire By A.K. Chesterton, A.K. Chesterton
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This was the second of the three volume 'Sound The Alarm' series, published in booklet form in October 1954, and funded by the generosity of Robert Key Jeffery. The articles had originally appeared... More > in issues of Candour. It contains, among other things, a damning attack on Gandhi - who was the ‘saintly’ Nelson Mandela of his day and a robust defence of the Portuguese empire, which - lest we forget - showed more fight than the other European powers during the scuttle from empire of the 1950’s and 1960’s. Portugal was the first European power into empire, and fought to retain its possessions as late as the mid 1970’s.< Less
No Chaff Empire By Joseph August
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No Chaff Empire is my second book of poem-like creations. It came out of a strange, rather destinationless bout of travelling back and forth across the center of the United States. It tells a story... More > as it develops in a curious sort of way, a story that's an evolution from a point of conditioning and structure to a point of openness and curiosity. However, the knowledge of the exploration comes with it's own cost, I suppose.< Less
No Chaff Empire By Joseph August
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No Chaff Empire is my second book of poem-like creations. It came out of a strange, rather destinationless bout of travelling back and forth across the center of the United States. It tells a story... More > as it develops in a curious sort of way, a story that's an evolution from a point of conditioning and structure to a point of openness and curiosity. However, the knowledge of the exploration comes with it's own cost, I suppose.< Less
God's Empire: The End of Oppression By Patrick Pereira
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Deliverance from the world-wide oppression of the anti-Christ & the False Prophet will be brought by Yeshua Ha-Mashiach's World-Empire. Will you receive a thousand year lasting kingdom under... More > Jesus Christ's rule in God's World-Empire?< Less
Middle Sea Empire By Greg Stafford, Jeff Richard
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The Middle Sea Empire is a Second Age book detailing the empire of the Godlearners, from its humble beginnings to its epic destruction. A detailed history, King’s list and geographical... More > descriptions provide a wealth of gamable material. Malkionism, from before Time, at The Dawn, and through the Second and Third Ages is shown through its many historical transitions.< Less
Pulp Empire Volume Two By Nicholas Ahlhelm et al.
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Pulp Empire returns for its second go around with all new stories from thirteen young pulp writers! Shea Hennum and James Pinard return from Volume One and are joined by Ken Janssens, J.M. Stewart,... More > Travis Hiltz, Magnus Aspli, Sam Roseme, Teel James Glenn, Gary Cahill, David Perlmutter, Melissa Embry, and Victor J. Banis. Experience pulp fiction for the twenty-first century in the pages of Pulp Empire!< Less
Romance of Empire: South Africa By Ian D. Colvin
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Part of the Romance of Empire series produced in London during the first decade of the twentieth century, this dashing sweep of South African colonial history tells the story of the tip of Africa... More > from the first European sighting in the 1400s right through to the end of the Second Anglo-Boer War in 1902. A marvelously politically incorrect book, this work draws upon original colonial records and accounts to provide insights into the story of the longest lasting—and most influential—of European settlements in Africa. Read the thrilling accounts of the early Portuguese explorations, the arrival of the first Dutch colonists, the growth of the Cape Colony, the advent of slavery and its repercussions, the British occupation of the Cape, the endless frontier “Kaffir Wars”, the Great Trek, the war with the Zulus, and finally the awful clash between Boer and Brit. An enthralling story, told in a forthright, frank but utterly engrossing style.< Less