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Training a Pitbull for Beginners
Contrary to the usual image of an aggressive breed that pitbulls have these dogs are actually very social. They love people and pleasing their owners is their top priority. It's not just the pitbull... More > but any animal if not handled properly by its owner can become ill behaved and difficult to control. The pitbulls are however at a disadvantage when it comes to reputation with respect to their behavior.
This book covers several aspects of training a pitbull such as:
- Dog Obedience House Training How To Go About It
- A Guide To Behavior Training
- Dog Obedience And Socialization
- Being The Boss
- Dog Obedience On Come Or Recall Command
- Basic Commands For Dog Obedience
- Developing A Well Trained Dog
- Dog Obedience Classes What You Should Know
- How To Master Dog Obedience
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Irma's House of Numbers (Counting The Kennedy Conspiracy)
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An Investigator Turned Novelist Uses Numerology and Discovers Connections between A TV Show, An Airport, A Nuclear Physicist and The Kennedy Assassination....
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He is the black sheep in the family, always out of phase with the family values and principles. In the light of his odd way of life, he leaves his parent’s house for an old abandoned family... More > house.
Stepping into the house, things turn around for the mice, rats, cockroaches, mosquitoes and other insects in the house. With a lot of inconviniences, followed by deliberations and evaluations, a union gradually emerges to fight their number one enemy, that is, the only man in the house.< Less
House of Marriage
How many issues can be found in your 7th house? In terms of numbers, dozens! In terms of quality, variegated classes of objects may lurk within any astrological house; namely giant comets, dwarf... More > planets, reptilian centaurs or dark planets. Already one of those may represent a sleeping agent in waiting only to be triggered by a so-called “direction”; where your naïve astrologer may find no threat at all.< Less
THE LAKE HOUSE
This is the tale of a young woman trying to find herself while growing up with low self esteem in a police family with over protective older brothers. As she ages she discovers the meaning of love... More > but by the hands of a stranger. Through the efforts and struggles of a stressfull relationship and a number of unsolved murders, Brook finds her way into the arms of the man she was meant to be with. This story is rated 'R' and is not intended for readers under the age of 18.< Less
The House of Pride
Published in 1912, The House of Pride is a collection of six short stories linked by their location in the Hawaiian Islands and a general theme of race and class within the context of a mobile... More > immigrant culture. London was particularly interested in the way in which American money was influencing Hawaiian culture and he was sympathetic to the native tribes in their struggle against exploitation on a number the levels.
Another theme here is leprosy, which was present in the islands during the time London was visiting. The disease features in the best story in the collection, Koolau the Leper, in which the eponymous character leads a rebellion of lepers against the police and military when they are threatened with deportation.< Less
The House of the Octopus
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In “The Call of Cthulhu” (1926), H. P. Lovecraft described a global cult that worshiped the octopus-headed extra-terrestrial god Cthulhu, his minions, and the megalithic undersea city in... More > the Pacific where they rested dead but dreaming until the day of Cthulhu’s glorious resurrection. While Lovecraft’s undersea monster drew on a number of mythic sources, surprisingly and unbeknownst to Lovecraft, there was a real religion in the Pacific that reproduced with uncanny accuracy the major details of the Cthulhu myth as given in the story. In Samoa the war god took the form of an octopus, lived in a great stone palace called the House of the Octopus, and was periodically reborn in a glorious resurrection. His followers prayed to him for blinding red rage. This book collects five essays on the octopus god of the Pacific and his cult, including the startling details of the real-life Cthulhu cult of the Pacific.< Less
Numbers: For the Person in the Pew
This commentary on the book of Numbers is part of a series of commentaries, each to be published by Quartz Hill Publishing House, and each to be in a concise format. The textual base of the... More > commentary is the venerable American Standard Version of 1901. This English version is really one of the best ever produced and it continues to be valuable even now, over 100 years later. There are no frills here: no extensive footnotes, no lengthy outlines, no overbearing introductions—just the text and what it means.< Less