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An amazing hobby, or, use this guide to create amazing unique features onto your very customers ceilings! Designed especially for any diy enthusiast or builder with no prior experience assumed. This... More > unique step by step downloadable photographic instructional hobby project workbook will absolutely astound & amaze you once you learn these easy to achieve & simple to apply 'amazing works of art' onto every existing ceiling inside your home, or even to start a new money making career in your area. Go, on, Create a Craze! & join other completely satisfied customers worldwide who own this one of a kind book.< Less
The Mettle of the Pasture By James Lane Allen
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She did not wish any supper and she sank forgetfully back into the stately oak chair. One of her hands lay palm upward on her white lap; in the other, which drooped over the arm of the chair, she... More > clasped a young rose dark red amid its leaves-an inverted torch of love. Old-fashioned glass doors behind her reached from a high ceiling to the floor; they had been thrown open and the curtains looped apart. Stone steps outside led downward to the turf in the rear of the house.< Less
Love At Arms By Raphael Sabatini
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From the valley, borne aloft on the wings of the evening breeze, rose faintly the tolling of an Angelus bell, and in a goat-herd's hut on the heights above stood six men with heads uncovered and... More > bowed, obeying its summons to evening prayer. A brass lamp, equipped with three beaks, swung from the grimy ceiling, and, with more smoke than flame, shed an indifferent light, and yet a more indifferent smell, throughout the darkening hovel. But it sufficed at least to reveal in the accoutrements and trappings of that company a richness that was the more striking by contrast with the surrounding squalor.< Less
When only the Sky is the Limit By Kerstin Leitner
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Kerstin Leitner has worked as a staff member of the United Nations for 30 years from 1975 – 2005. What makes her memoirs interesting to read is the fine combination of practical work... More > and reflections of why the UN is such a unique place to work for. She shows that when working in Africa, the Arab world, China and when introducing modern information and communication technologies globally to the UN, things appear very similar to work in other, national and socio-economic settings and yet they are distinctively different. Ms Leitner’s years with the UN span part of the Cold War era and the post-1989 period, when only one superpower remained and the market economies of the Western world began to dominate the global economy. As a German, she was among the first to serve the UN after the two German states joined the world organization in 1973. As a woman, she was among the first generation that broke through the glass ceiling for women and rose to the senior management level.< Less