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The Restorer of Magic: A Grimalkin Novel By Adeana Terrill
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When the local vampire lair is destroyed… the Sacramento Supernatural community is filled with fear, anger and worry. Now a Sovereign Vampire is sending a trio of powerful warrior/wizard... More > vampires to find out who killed his servant… and fear turns to panic and confusion. Did such a powerful vampire really care what happened to one of his 'offspring?' Or was there some ulterior motive? For the region from Sacramento all the way up to Tahoe has a lot more magical power than most other places in the magically dwindling world but no one knows exactly why. No one that is but Tabitha McTavish, a member of the feline shape-shifting race called a Grimalkin... and a Restorer of Magic. In the chaos that ensues many of the secrets that Tabitha has been keeping are revealed to friend and foe. Now Tabitha must wage a battle to save Sacramento from the vampires… while dodging a mysterious wizard and a pack of strange super-werewolves who have found out her powerful secrets and have no intention of letting her escape.< Less
The Restorer of Magic: A Grimalkin Novel By Adeana Terrill
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When the local vampire lair is destroyed… the Sacramento Supernatural community is filled with fear, anger and worry. Now a Sovereign Vampire is sending a trio of powerful warrior/wizard... More > vampires to find out who killed his servant… and fear turns to panic and confusion. Did such a powerful vampire really care what happened to one of his 'offspring?' Or was there some ulterior motive? For the region from Sacramento all the way up to Tahoe has a lot more magical power than most other places in the magically dwindling world but no one knows exactly why. No one that is but Tabitha McTavish, a member of the feline shape-shifting race called a Grimalkin... and a Restorer of Magic. In the chaos that ensues many of the secrets that Tabitha has been keeping are revealed to friend and foe. Now Tabitha must wage a battle to save Sacramento from the vampires… while dodging a mysterious wizard and a pack of strange super-werewolves who have found out her powerful secrets and have no intention of letting her escape.< Less
The Tale of Prophet Muhammad SAW Last Messenger of God By Muhammad Xenohikari
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Prophet Muhammad SAW from Mecca, unified Arabia into a single religious polity under Islam faith. Believed by Muslims to be a prophet and messenger of God, Muhammad is almost universally considered... More > by Muslims as the last prophet sent by God to mankind. While non-Muslims generally regard Muhammad as the founder of Islam, Muslims consider him to have restored the unaltered original monotheistic faith of Prophet Abraham, Prophet Moses, Prophet Jesus and other prophets. Prophet Muhammad SAW taught us to love God and to obey Him. He taught us to be kind to each other, to respect our elders, and care for our children. He taught us that it was better to give than to receive and that each human life is worthy of respect and dignity. He taught us to love for our brothers and sisters what we love for ourselves. Prophet Muhammad SAW taught us that families and communities are essential, and he pointed out that individual rights although important are not more important than a stable, moral society.< Less
How to Train Your Older Dog for Busy People: Best Dog Training Techniques By Leslie K. McDaniel
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Do you want to know how to train your older dog? When you think about training an older dog, you may think it would be a difficult task. But, it can be easy if you take the time to learn how to train... More > an older dog. This book can help. Whether you adopted or inherited an older dog or simply failed to train your pet when he was still a puppy, this is the book for you. Our goal is to help you correct common behavioral problems in older dogs. We will teach you how to properly care for, train, and socialize your dog in a nonviolent, positive, and highly effective manner. What we’ll tell you are modern, scientifically proven tricks and tips that are actually used by expert dog trainers. By the time you finish reading, you should have control of your older dog—whatever the situation. You will learn how to use your dog’s natural instincts to make him follow you. This training tool will help make your dog a valued and trusted member of your community because he is happy, involved, and outgoing.< Less
Fairlight By Sandra Hall
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At the age of twenty Velvet Washington, a witch of superior skills, decides the vampires are breaking the spirit of a truce by turning victims in order to increase their numbers. Unfortunately, the... More > Council doesn’t care and insists she mind her own business and stop the night stalking in graveyards. However, Velvet thinks it is her duty to halt the monthly risings of the undead. Wilder has not lost any of his to her sword, so he can be generous enough to warn her to cease at once because the Coven as a whole, though reluctant to risk incident with the council, will get around to stopping her. Wilder finds her attitude ridiculous and tells her the folly of her single-minded prejudice and extreme arrogance. He tries to convey she is short-sighted in what she can accomplish with her talents, and what she could do for Fairlight as a whole community, rather than just for witches. Velvet ignores her grandmother’s advice and warnings not to trust a vampire, especially one she finds so attractive in the moonlight.< Less
The Art of Peace By Luis Daniel Maldonado Fonken
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The art of peace Informs on how have been used the art of war for management of our modern world civilization: politics,religion,military,business,social development,... More > technology,science,culture,education. Talks on understanding on the art of war and its relation to nature principles. Bring awareness on how nature principles and self-consciousness, could be used in order to make out of nature principles, an art of peace. Bring skills and wisdom necessary, in order to transform a war situation/field, into a peace, resilience and sustainable living field. There are 9 fields of application, from individual daily life up to self-organized networks, communities or organizations, to cultures and global development, where trained individuals can apply their art for peace. To bring awareness of the need of global resilience and sustainable living care, through art of peace, and through the application of global perception based strategies. Inform on Golden Jedi Order training provided for "for peace" warriors.< Less
Workplace Weekly News: Series 16 Digital Edition By Gloria Towolawi
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Workplace Weekly News Publication is the No 1 online and digital workplace publication in the USA. Every week we report news affecting the workplace such as employee benefits, workplace... More > discrimination, wage violations, safety news, regulatory updates, immigration issues, employee wellness and spa, training and development, software and technology, trends and events etc that cut across all industries. Some of the major highlights of this week’s workplace breaking news are: FMLA Final Rule Expand Provisions for Military Families and Air Flight Crew Members, Proposed Rule on Recommended Preventive Services Policy- Public Input Sought,USCIS Publishes New Improved Forms,Jury Rules against the Finish Line in Sexual Harassment case,Jury Awards $200,000 in Damages against A.C. Widenhouse in Race Harassment Suit, CareerOneStop Offers Five Mobile Web Applications to Make Job Search Easier, National Health Service Corps Expand Primary Care Workforce to Communities, wage training events,< Less
The Path By A.C. Hall
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The village. A small community whose people believe they represent the last remnants of mankind. Sturdy wooden walls protect it, keeping unseen enemies out and keeping everyone else in. A peculiar... More > trail leads away from it, into the unknown world beyond. The adults in the village take care to warn the children about this path. Those who have been foolish enough to set out down it in the past have never returned. The stories are enough to scare all of the young people in the village into accepting their life and staying inside the walls. Almost all the young people. Marcus dreams of the path every night. He believes that it is out on that unknown trail where his destiny lies, not inside the confining walls of the village. Against the will of his family and the other members of the village, Marcus and some of his friends set out down the path. Leaving the safety and comfort of the village behind, they quickly learn that the outside world is much bigger and much more dangerous than any of them imagined.< Less
The Monster and Other Stories By Stephen Crane
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The Monster is an 1898 novella by American author Stephen Crane (1871–1900). The story takes place in the small, fictional town of Whilomville, New York. An American-African coachman named... More > Henry Johnson, who is employed by the town's physician, Dr. Trescott, becomes horribly disfigured after he saves Trescott's son from a fire. When Henry is branded a "monster" by the town's residents, Trescott vows to shelter and care for him, resulting in his family's exclusion from the community. The novella reflects upon the 19th-century social divide and ethnic tensions in America. The fictional town of Whilomville, which is used in 14 other Crane stories, was based on Port Jervis, New York, where Crane lived with his family for a few years during his youth. It is thought that he took inspiration from several local men who were similarly disfigured, although modern critics have made numerous connections between the story and the 1892 lynching in Port Jervis of a man of color named Robert Lewis.< Less
The Monster and Other Stories By Stephen Crane
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The Monster is an 1898 novella by American author Stephen Crane (1871–1900). The story takes place in the small, fictional town of Whilomville, New York. An African-American coachman named... More > Henry Johnson, who is employed by the town's physician, Dr. Trescott, becomes horribly disfigured after he saves Trescott's son from a fire. When Henry is branded a "monster" by the town's residents, Trescott vows to shelter and care for him, resulting in his family's exclusion from the community. The novella reflects upon the 19th-century social divide and ethnic tensions in America. The fictional town of Whilomville, which is used in 14 other Crane stories, was based on Port Jervis, New York, where Crane lived with his family for a few years during his youth. It is thought that he took inspiration from several local men who were similarly disfigured, although modern critics have made numerous connections between the story and the 1892 lynching in Port Jervis of an African-American man named Robert Lewis...< Less

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