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Sit as though an Charismatic.. By Joseph Russell, Jr.
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In a free society individuals are free to determine for themselves what they wish to read, and each group is free to determine what it will recommend to its freely associated members. But no group... More > has the right to take the law into its own hands, and to impose its own concept of politics or morality upon other members of a democratic society. Freedom is no freedom if it is accorded only to the accepted and the inoffensive. Further, democratic societies are more safe, free, and creative when the free flow of public information is not restricted by governmental prerogative or self-censorship. By the time we reached a Benediction the Pastor were saddened. He worked so efficiently for and against me. I could only want for others and like a Charismatic I ran for the door. I only wanted to retire and rest assured. An casual break in the thick abundant scented fume. The housing was void of any meaning and the stage mine forever.< Less
Airborne Enterobacteriaceae In Community Environment By Dr. Apurva K. Pathak
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The work related or occupational disease are those diseases, which arise out of the factors at work or related to working conditions that either cause or contribute to disease or result in the... More > deviation from normal health. During work, the workers exposed to toxic hazards of different chemicals, fumes, gases; physical factors like noise, vibration, radiation, heat and other micro climatic conditions; biological factors like viruses, bacteria, parasites, and mould; mineral dust like silica, asbestos, coal, manganese, cadmium etc. and ergonomic hazards. It is a much known and unpleasant truth that since the time of Hippocrates, silicosis is a still the most widespread occupational disease. Until today, 350 chemical substances have identified as occupational carcinogens. Exposure to thousands of allergic agents including vegetable dust is a growing cause of work related illnesses of skin and respiratory system (particularly occupational asthma).< Less
“AERO-BACTERIOLOGY OF OCCUPATION ASSOCIATED ENVIRONMENT” By Dr. Apurva K. Pathak
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M icroorganisms are ubiquitous in nature; they inhabit soil, water, plant, and animals and sustain their lives on variety of available energy sources. When the growth conditions of these... More > microorganisms in reservoir are favourable, they amplified and disseminated from their habitats to other places. The release of these microorganisms from these reservoirs is either active (self) or passive (environmental factors) in nature. Aerosols formed when the particles of dusts, sprays, mists, smokes and fumes dispersed in gas. When, these organisms as a whole or its parts dispersed in air, known as a primary biological aerosol particles or bioaerosols. The organisms in bioaerosols may be saprophyte, opportunistic or primary pathogens in nature; comprises the agents such as viruses, bacteria, actinomycetes, fungal spores, algae, plant cells, insects, mites, and their fragments, endotoxin from Gram-negative bacteria, mycotoxins and glucans from fungi.< Less
Hellcats of the Sea: Operation Barney and the Mission to the Sea of Japan By Charles A. Lockwood & Hans C. Adamson
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Author Charles Lockwood (Sink ‘Em All) brings his same flair for submarine warfare story-telling to his account of Operation Barney, the secret mission during World War 2 to extend the conflict... More > in the Pacific beyond the Sea of Japan and closer to the enemy’s coastline. On June 9, 1945, torpedoes from nine American submarines – ‘The Hellcats’ – were launched at dozens of Japanese freighters, paralyzing maritime operations between Japan and Korea. Each U.S. sub was equipped with newly designed mine-detectors and Mark-18s -- electronic torpedoes that left no traceable wakes or fume exhausts. Operation Barney continued for 15 days and proved a crucial breakthrough in the war, with U.S. submarines sinking 28 Japanese ships totaling some 70,000 tons. Hellcats of the Sea is a riveting account of the planning and events of those 15 days.< Less
In Chariots of Iron: The Personal Adventures of a Soldier In a Canadian Armoured Brigade During World War II By Ray W Lane
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In Chariots of Iron is the personal memoir of Corporal Ray W. Lane, an Alberta boy, during WW II in the Canadian Army. It begins with his training on Vancouver Island, an eye-opening view of army... More > life in Eastern Canada and Britain and bloody front-line experience in Normandy and Northern Europe. Indeed, Corporal Lane got an unwelcome promotion to crew commander of his Sherman tank when the former crew commander suffered a fatal head wound. After V-E day, there is a period of re-adjustment to civilian life. The author describes the smell of the tank’s diesel fumes mingled with the smell of a friend’s blood as it dripped on the tank’s hot transmission and cooked. After the War, Lane could smell this mixture whenever he was near a diesel-powered vehicle.< Less
Omar Khayyam's Bodleian Rubaiyat Retransmogrified By Austin Torney
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Herein are the 158 quatrains by Omar Khayyam from the Bodleian Rubaiyat retransmogrified, more than 100 of them omitted by FitzGerald. Coumans’ quatrain correspondence table at his fine... More > website, showing the Bodleian Rubaiyat manuscript’s various public domain quatrains’ translations and/or stylizations, allows one to home in on the real Omar Khayyam by reading between the lines of literal and the poetic. To force myself to really get into it, instead of just tending to skim, I took on the daunting task of totally re-transmogrifying them, excluding FitzGerald’s, for the most part, to make them new and different, but great, too, by absorbing them all, then vaporizing them, and redistilling them, with some of my own take, too, into reflected but new Persia-fumes faithful to the spirit of Omar.< Less
NJAWARA BANTI YASIN By Dr. Alhasan Sisawo Ceesay, MD
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Every Gambian village has a romantic nook. Njawara boosts of a mythical romantic square called ‘Banti Yassin’ where love fumes and spells percolate. This work is based on true romantic... More > events in families and stories depicted herein. These lovebirds came to their fondness in the most magical route imaginable. It is a story about people at their best towards others in partnership. Rest assured that every line in this story about love is true about how these lovebirds went head over heel sailing in the wide Wild Ocean of tantalizing romance. Njawara City, capital of Lower Badibou, was chosen as staging for these magnificent, sensual, ecstatic romantic stories. Lovers in this work are the envy of the Goddess of love and dwarfs romantic scenes in the Arabian Knights stunning belly dancing maidens. Here is fantasia to set you sailing into memorable love lane that remind you days gone by. I write to raise funds for building of Njawara village hospital.< Less
Omar Khayyam's Bodleian Rubaiyat Retransmogrified By Austin Torney
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Herein are the 158 quatrains by Omar Khayyam from the Bodleian Rubaiyat retransmogrified, more than 100 of them omitted by FitzGerald. Coumans’ quatrain correspondence table at his fine... More > website, showing the Bodleian Rubaiyat manuscript’s various public domain quatrains’ translations and/or stylizations, allows one to home in on the real Omar Khayyam by reading between the lines of literal and the poetic. To force myself to really get into it, instead of just tending to skim, I took on the daunting task of totally re-transmogrifying them, excluding FitzGerald’s, for the most part, to make them new and different, but great, too, by absorbing them all, then vaporizing them, and redistilling them, with some of my own take, too, into reflected but new Persia-fumes faithful to the spirit of Omar.< Less
Why build a Seven? Putting a sports car on the road, a personal record. By Michael Eddenden
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EVER FORCED TO BUILD YOUR OWN CAR? The first Lotus Seven appeared in 1957. It was unique, a race car for the road. In a time when cars stood for chrome and power and road-holding weight, the Seven... More > was light, quick, nimble and bracing. It was also spartan, hopelessly impractical and sold as a kit, assembly required. Soon it was the benchmark for a sports car — unconventional, fast, rare, and not for everyone. What was unforgivable in other cars justified the Seven. More than 5o years later it's still in production. Now as then, owners have to build their cars. When Michael Eddenden sets out to build a Caterham Seven the fingertip ease of the digital age is replaced by unheated garages, fumes and typed instructions obscured by oily fingerprints. For anyone who has ever wanted to build something with their own hands - despite skill, aptitude and experience. Caterham Cars, manufacturer of the 7, was purchased by Formula 1 Team Lotus in 2011. Paperback Edition...Now with added PHOTOGRAPHS, 2014.< Less
Shawley Nott: Comic Tales from England's Strangest Village By Jeff Wiseman
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In this unbelievably funny collection of tales and interviews from the little-known English village of Shawley Nott, you’ll discover the delights of: Ouija Board Confusion: “There have... More > been accusations of glass-shoving and the village Indian restaurant owner was banned after the question ‘What shall we do to smooth our path to the spirit world?’ brought forth the answer ‘Try a tandoori'.” * Lord Harbinger’s haunted cellar: [The paranormal investigators] greeted Lord Harbinger by saying, ‘We love you; you’re our best friend’ and ‘Do you have an aspirin?’ “My vintage claret has disappeared!” he fumed. “Paranormal phenomena at last!” yelled one of the investigators, and then fell over. * Not to mention zombies, odd traditions, vampires, séances, hypnotists, cream teas, mad scientists, Dr Grogg and Figgy (his psychic hamster) and, of course, Madame Shortbread, who reads the future in crushed biscuits. * Jeff Wiseman is an experienced journalist, writer and scriptwriter, specializing in comedy.< Less

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