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Paces By Rafael Hernandez
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Pacing the Moon By Sandy Green
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Sandy Green's chapbook, Pacing the Moon explores relationships between people who often don't have the same investment in each other.
maya's pace By Paul Grimsley
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originally written and posted on myspace, these poems explore the many angles and permutations of illusion, here amidst the mayan veils
maya's pace By Paul Grimsley
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originally written and posted on myspace, these poems explore the many angles and permutations of illusion, here amidst the mayan veils
The Pace Handbook By Ian Rowland
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How to enjoy the fun, freedom and challenge of working for yourself and making money doing what you love. // Are you interested in working for yourself? Do you want to earn good money doing what you... More > love? Would you like to feel you have fulfilled your potential? If so, this book is for you. // Ian Rowland has been self-employed for twenty years. He has travelled the world, trained FBI agents, been a consultant to the British Olympics team, been a member of the Inner Magic Circle, worked for many of the world’s top companies, enjoyed triumphs and disasters and had a thoroughly good time! // In this book, he gives you the best help, advice and ideas you’ll ever read about working for yourself, making money doing what you love and fulfilling your potential. // In particular, this book is for everyone who feels inclined towards a creative or unusual career, or who feels unfulfilled and wants to make changes in their life before it’s too late.< Less
Pacing the Bird By Jaap Stijl
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We enter the world of Witold Kazmirsky, a saxophonist of indefinable talent who has spent the majority of his adolescence mourning the disappearance of his parents and wallowing in a world of... More > dead-end jobs and alcoholism. One day he meets Albert, a bassist and seasoned veteran of his own peculiar brand of misanthropy and cynicism who takes Witold under his wing to teach him the ways of the world and to join him in musical experimentation. Following victory in a substantial personal injury claim to fund them, the pair set off for Europe where they hope to discover their roots and play their strange form of improvisational jazz on various stages. Along the way Witold meets what appears to be the ghost of Edith Piaf and thereafter follows a disastrous path of obsession and infatuation to its conclusion.< Less
Pacing the Bird By Jaap Stijl
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We enter the world of Witold Kazmirsky, a saxophonist of indefinable talent who has spent the majority of his adolescence mourning the disappearance of his parents and wallowing in a world of... More > dead-end jobs and alcoholism. One day he meets Albert, a bassist and seasoned veteran of his own peculiar brand of misanthropy and cynicism who takes Witold under his wing to teach him the ways of the world and to join him in musical experimentation. Following victory in a substantial personal injury claim to fund them, the pair set off for Europe where they hope to discover their roots and play their strange form of improvisational jazz on various stages. Along the way Witold meets what appears to be the ghost of Edith Piaf and thereafter follows a disastrous path of obsession and infatuation to its conclusion.< Less
The Pace That Kills: A Chronicle By Edgar Saltus
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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: Edgar Evertson Saltus (October 8, 1855 – July 31, 1921) was... More > an American writer known for his highly refined prose style. His works paralleled those by European decadent authors such as Joris-Karl Huysmans and Oscar Wilde.Edgar Saltus was born in New York City on October 8, 1855 to Francis Henry Saltus and his second wife, Eliza Evertson. After two semesters at Yale University, Saltus entered Columbia Law School in 1878, graduating with a law degree in 1880. He wrote two books of philosophy: The Philosophy of Disenchantment (1885) focused on pessimism and in particular the philosophy of Schopenhauer and Eduard Von Hartmann, while The Anatomy of Negation (1886) tried "to convey a tableau of anti-theism from Kapila to Leconte de Lisle".His elder half-brother Francis Saltus Saltus was a minor poet. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edgar_Saltus< Less
Se qui pace By Antonio Vivaldi
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Aria from La Sena Festeggiante (RV 693), a serenade composed by Vivaldi.
Se qui pace By Antonio Vivaldi
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Aria from La Sena Festeggiante (RV 693), a serenade composed by Vivaldi.