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True Bear Stories By Joaquin Miller
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True Bear Stories By Joaquin Miller.WITH INTRODUCTORY NOTES BY DR. DAVID STARR JORDAN, President of Leland Stanford, Jr., University. TOGETHER WITH A THRILLING ACCOUNT OF THE CAPTURE OF THE... More > CELEBRATED GRIZZLY “MONARCH.” FULLY ILLUSTRATED. CHICAGO AND NEW YORK: RAND, McNALLY & COMPANY, PUBLISHERS. Copyright, 1900< Less
Teach Me To Pray By Richard Gazowsky
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Over sixty thousand copies have been sold in English and Chinese. It is from this book that I have received the most comments and questions. I never thought that a little exercise that I had done... More > at Stanford University, in trying to articulate my passion for prayer, would inspire so many people to seek God on their own.< Less
Teach Me To Pray By Richard Gazowsky
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Over sixty thousand copies have been sold in English and Chinese. It is from this book that I have received the most comments and questions. I never thought that a little exercise that I had done... More > at Stanford University, in trying to articulate my passion for prayer, would inspire so many people to seek God on their own.< Less
MEMOIRS By JOHN WARVELLE HARBAUGH
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John W. Harbaugh has had a career in geology and academia and is a Professor Emeritus of Geological Sciences at Stanford University. He is the author or coauthor of 12 books and has also been... More > connected with oil industry for much of his career. He currently manages oil and gas properties in Oklahoma and Texas.< Less
Human Capital Alliance Inc, Thailand, Singapore: Are Power Posers Better Leaders? By Kurt Ang
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Human Capital Alliance senior advisor K I Woo looks at leadership. A recent Stanford University study concluded that publicly-perceived leadership-qualities such as authority, power and emotional... More > intelligence don’t actually correlate with what companies require from their leaders.< Less
Early European History - Volume II (Esprios Classics) By Hutton Webster
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David Hutton Webster (March 24, 1875 − May 20, 1955) was an American sociologist, economist and anthropologist. He was Lecturer Emeritus of Sociology at Stanford University. From 1902 he was a... More > teaching fellow in economics at Harvard University, where he received his Ph.D. in economics in 1904. For the next three years Webster was Assistant Professor of Economics at Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts. From there Webster went to the University of Nebraska, where he was Professor of Social Anthropology until 1933.< Less
The Little Things Count By Niquia M. McKenzie
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This book was created by a college student at Tennessee State University. She is here to share with you the gratitude of her day to day life. This book will express how to deal with emotional and... More > stressful issues while being a college student. This book was created as a project of the Positive Intelligence experience that college students from Stanford and Tennessee State University wanted to explore. This book will help you explore your strength and weaknesses. I hope everyone that reads this has a better understanding as to what a college student goes through daily. Enjoy.< Less
Wisdom Outside By Nathaniel Paluga
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Wisdom Outside Environmentalism in the "Allegory of the Cave" Peripatetic Philosophy Written by: Nathaniel Paluga, PhD Principle Philosopher Philosopher's Way, San Francisco Edited... More > by: Zenon Culverhouse, PhD June 5, 2014 Stanford University – Philosophy Department T&B Institute – Philosophy School T&B Institute Press - Stanford University Edition 42 Environmentalism is the theory that the natural habitat is important to the cultural and intellectual development of the individual and society. As a result, it is wise to protect and preserve the natural environment because it is essential for human existence. Although many may believe the idea of environmentalism is new, this book will make evident that the greatest mind in the history of western philosophy held environmental awareness is important for the future existence of humanity.< Less
To Kiel in the 'Hercules' By Lewis R. (Lewis Ransome) Freeman
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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: Lewis Ransome Freeman (4 October 1878, Genoa Junction, Wisconsin... More > – 6 November 1960 Pasadena, California) was an American explorer, journalist and war correspondent who wrote over twenty books chronicling his many travels, as well as numerous articles.Freeman was born in Genoa Junction, Wisconsin, the son of Otto Freeman and Maria (Clary) Freeman, and moved with his family to Pasadena, California as a boy. He attended Stanford University, where he earned letters in football, baseball, tennis and track, and graduated in 1898. Remarkably, while a student at Stanford, he also served as coach of the University of Southern California's football team in 1897. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lewis_R._Freeman< Less
The Veil By Michael Lukas
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In this first person account of bipolar disorder, Michael Lukas tells the story of discovering his illness as he finds himself transformed from high school valedictorian to correctional facility... More > inmate over the course of a summer. The changes begin with an unexpected and deep depression. This is followed by Lukas' first explosive manic episode which results in his expulsion from Stanford University. We are invited to relive these intense experiences and to understand the effects on a young man's life as he fights to regain control of his future. Through Lukas' intimate account of struggle and eventual acceptance of his illness, The Veil offers insight for all who struggle with extreme emotional states and their consequences, and for all who love them. Michael Lukas has lived with bipolar disorder for 20 years. In that time, he has been homeless, jailed, committed, and deeply in debt. He now lives with his wife and children in the Bay Area and holds a degree from Stanford University.< Less

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Referral Mastery Referral Mastery By Joe Stumpf
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