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Maxims By Richard Misiano-Genovese
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A collection of dozens, these maxims span the 1990's through to the present day. Spontaneous, irreverent and thought-provoking in nature, these "truisms" offer another perspective on the... More > Human Condition.< Less
Maxim Gorky, Collection By Maxim Gorky
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Alexei Maximovich Peshkov (1868 – 1936), primarily known as Maxim (Maksim) Gorky, was a Russian writer, a founder of the Socialist Realism literary method and a political activist. In this... More > ebook: Mother, 1907 Twenty-six and One and Other Stories, 1899 The Man Who Was Afraid, 1889 Creatures that once were Men, 1905 Through Russia, 1923< Less
Maxims and Reflections By Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Johann-Wolfgang-von-Goethe-Gymnasium Chemnitz is a public... More > secondary school in Chemnitz, Saxony, Germany, for grades 5-12. It is one of 7 secondary schools operating in Chemnitz.Its name changed in the past multiple times and the school is now named after the famous German poet and natural scientist Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.Johann-Wolfgang-von-Goethe-Gymnasium has an annual average enrollment of about 700 students and 46 teachers. It offers a variety of 22 different extracurricular activities. The principal of the school is Steffen Morgner and the assistant principal is Veronika Pißler.The school building was established in 1910 after only one year of construction work to educate the increasing number of students due to the emerging population of Bernsdorf. Excerpt from:< Less
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Tasteless Maximalism By Parker Ito
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Maximizing Ministry By Shenica Graham
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Ministry is the backbone of Christian community building. The sections in this book are here to help you build a stronger Christian community inside and out of the church. Many workers in ministry... More > have untapped talents that could really move the church to the next level of praise and worship, knowledge and understanding of the Words, and a deeper relationship with God. This book has a few ideas to get you thinking about maximizing your ministry efforts through practical actions that you can take on your own and with help from others who may be working with you.< Less
The Maxim Chronicles By Doug Jordan
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A story about a year in the life of a dog and his various families. Maxim was a Standard Poodle who lived for a time in Israel only to return to Ottawa as a 'teenager' and learn to accept a whole... More > new family. A memoir full of humour and information as Max and his family enter the world of conformation shows, and finally becoming a champion, in more ways than one. Clearly narrative therapy, it may also prove therapeutic to the reader as well.< Less
The Talleyrand Maxim By J. S. Fletcher
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This story centres on a missing will - the inheritance goes to the nearest relations of a factory owner after he and both witnesses are killed in an accident, but the will later turns up, and is... More > found by the Linford Pratt mentioned in the blurb above.< Less
Counsels and Maxims By Arthur Schopenhauer
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A key focus of Schopenhauer’s philosophy was his investigation of individual motivation. Before Schopenhauer, Hegel had popularized the concept of Zeitgeist, the idea that society consisted of... More > a collective consciousness which moved in a distinct direction, dictating the actions of its members. Schopenhauer, a reader of both Kant and Hegel, criticized their logical optimism and the belief that individual morality could be determined by society and reason. Schopenhauer believed that humans were motivated by only their own basic desires, or Wille zum Leben ("Will to Live"), which directed all of mankind.< Less