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Do Dragons Burn Their Tongues? By Jake Daniels
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Children's Story about how a Dragon learns to be himself and feel confident.
Burning Mouth Syndrome: Causes, Symptoms and Treatments By Marg Banco
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Burning mouth syndrome is a painful disorder and persons affected by it get terribly frustrated because of the pain that it gives. The burning sensation may affect the - tongue, gums, roof of mouth,... More > inside the cheek and back of throat and mouth. BMS is also known by other names such as burning lips syndrome, burning tongue syndrome, scalded mouth syndrome, stomatodynia and glossodynia. A number of other conditions are associated with this disorder and these are - menopause, nutritional deficiencies, and mouth disorders such as oral thrush, dry mouth and psychological problems. Recent researches have shown that dysfunctional or damaged nerves could also cause BMS. It is difficult to pinpoint the exact reason for this disorder. The resultant pain could last for months together and in some cases for years. Scroll up... and click on "Buy Now" to deliver almost instantly to your iPad or other reading device.< Less
Songs of trespassing By Maciej Domiński
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A journey through the unwanted, the persistent and the damaged. Where roses are never red and love burns one's tongue.
The Seeker By Harry Leon Wilson
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Excerpt: From the other side of the log partition his captor had declared himself to be the keeper of hell. Even now he could hear the words maundered through the chinks: "Never got another drop... More > of water for a million years and still more, and him a burning up and a roasting up, and his tongue a lolling out, all of a sizzle. Now wasn't that fine--because folks said he'd likely gone crazy about religion!"< Less
Nine Alarm Fire In Heaven By Tanzel Rousey
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A tongue-in-cheek exposé of the author's Christian life, with the realization that everyone's works will one day be judged by fire, of what sort it is. Because of a judgmental attitude and... More > critical spirit, many rewards will be replaced with wood, hay, and stubble ~ enough to cause a nine alarm fire in heaven; but praise the Lord, those who are saved will still be there to watch it burn!< Less
Nine Alarm Fire In Heaven By Tanzel Rousey
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A tongue-in-cheek exposé of the author's Christian life, with the realization that everyone's works will one day be judged by fire, of what sort it is. Because of a judgmental attitude and... More > critical spirit, many rewards will be replaced with wood, hay, and stubble ~ enough to cause a nine alarm fire in heaven; but praise the Lord, those who are saved will still be there to watch it burn!< Less
Poemography: Lines from the Sensual Side of Life By Steve Garrett
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A collection of often tongue-in-cheek and erotic poems dedicated to “all lovers, and all who have been loved”. Welsh writer Carole Burns calls them: “a luscious entwining of food... More > and body, hunger and lust”. Some are humourous love poems to Steve’s favourite vegetables…but as a whole the poems cover a wide range of emotions and experiences relating to the joys and challenges of intimacy.< Less
The “People Power” Travel Superbook: Book 35. Philippines Travel Guide (Covers the Redlight Districts) By Tony Kelbrat
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The Philippines is a Christian, English speaking country with a population of 90 million. The Philippines is made up of 7107 islands which are subdivided down into 73 provinces along with the... More > official capital Quezon City and the unofficial capital Manilla which has a population of 8 million people. The native tongue is Tagalog but since it was occupied by the United States until 1946, business is conducted in English and most people speak some English. Before then, the Spanish were there so there are remnants of that culture, particularly the Catholic churches. Because there are very few laws, there's noise pollution, smog, men piss in the streets anywhere, stray dogs run around, there's trash everywhere, people make open fires to burn the trash, people drive crazy and sometimes the power goes off sporadically for no reason at all. It is a little backward as far as having a good infrastructure goes. Mindanao is a dangerous place rife with civil war.< Less
Sync My World: The Middle Man & the Middle Way SK SK (2nd Edition) By Rodney St.Michael
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People universally worship the Oedipus complex through gods such as Yah, the son of Allah, and Hawah, Allah's wife. When Yah, a snake deity, tongues the Burning Bush of Hawah, a tree goddess, their... More > union is symbolized by the menorah. Together, they are called "Yahweh" today. The female child has a similar instinct, visually evident through the Crescent and Star, symbolizing Sin, the bisexual moon deity, and Easter, the Superstar (Venus). They are aspects of the sky god Allah, representing a daughter's attachment to her mother-father. The Oedipal force for both genders is most prominent among browns and females, especially bisexuals, but it is innate in everyone's unconscious mind. As part of Easter's five archetypes or political identities, it is the source of all conflict. How do we manage this force and the resulting conflict?< Less
The Young Visiters, or Mr. Salteena's Plan By Daisy Ashford
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"The Young Visiters" is the unaided effort in fiction of an authoress of nine years. "Effort," however, is an absurd word to use, as you may see by studying the triumphant... More > countenance of the child herself, which is here reproduced as frontispiece to her sublime work. This is no portrait of a writer who had to burn the oil at midnight (indeed there is documentary evidence that she was hauled off to bed every evening at six): it has an air of careless power; there is a complacency about it that by the severe might perhaps be called smugness. It needed no effort for that face to knock off a masterpiece. It probably represents precisely how she looked when she finished a chapter. When she was actually at work I think the expression was more solemn, with the tongue firmly clenched between the teeth; an unholy rapture showing as she drew near her love chapter. Fellow-craftsmen will see that she is looking forward to this chapter all the time.< Less