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Networking Beyond the Introduction By Qulia Bryant
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Within this book is a step by step guide on how to effectively network in any industry. Meet your next boss,business partner,or huge client and win them over with strategic networking and business... More > etiquette. You will learn: How to overcome your fear of meeting people Gain confidence in yourself Determine how to always get a yes Increase revenue through relationship building My name is Qulia Bryant and with networking I was able to increase my business contacts by 46 percent in seven months. As a full time real estate agent I am constantly meeting people and putting myself out there in front of audiences that I have no relation to. At first it was terrifying but over time I have learned that it is as simple as riding a bike. Now I maximize every networking event and have increased my sales goals year over year. After reading this book you will also learn how to maximize every networking opportunity. Go from someone who they do not know, to someone who they all want to know< Less
eDrugSearch.com's 99 Ways to Save Money On Your Prescription Drugs, 2012 Edition By Cary Byrd
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It’s no secret that prescription drug costs are out of control in the United States. Since 2000, drug costs have risen by an average of 10 percent every year—more than three times the... More > rate of inflation during this period. Today, Americans pay more for their medications than the citizens of any developed country in the world. EMPOWER YOURSELF TO SAVE! We can’t wait for our government to bail us out of this predicament. We can’t expect our employers or insurance providers to come to our aid, either. The key to paying lower prices for your medications—prices you can afford—is to empower yourself. Become a savvy consumer. Be an opportunistic consumer. Learn how to save. 99 Ways to Save Money on Your Prescription Drugs is an attempt to get you started. Think of it as a handbook directing you to strategies and resources that can slice hundreds, or even thousands, of dollars from your prescription drug expenses each year.< Less
Philippines: A Country Profile By Library of Congress & Federal Research Division
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Capital: Manila. Major Cities: Located on Luzon Island, Metropolitan Manila, including the adjacent Quezon City and surrounding suburbs, is the largest city in the Philippines, with about 12 million... More > people, or nearly 14 percent of the total population. Other large cities include Cebu City on Cebu Island and Davao City on Mindanao Island. Independence: The Philippines attained independence from Spain on June 12, 1898, and from the United States on July 4, 1946. Public Holidays: New Year’s Day (January 1), Holy Thursday (also called Maundy Thursday, movable date in March or April), Good Friday (movable date in March or April), Araw ng Kagitingan (Day of Valor, commonly called Bataan Day outside of the Philippines, April 9), Labor Day (May 1), Independence Day (June 12), National Heroes Day (last Sunday of August), Bonifacio Day (celebration of the birthday of Andres Bonifacio, November 30), Eid al Fitr (the last day of Ramadan, movable date),..< Less
France: A Country Profile By Library of Congress & Federal Research Division
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Major Cities: The country’s capital Paris, the only French city with more than 1 million inhabitants, has a population of 2,142,800 in the city proper (as of 2004) and 11,330,700 in the... More > metropolitan area (2003 estimate). Greater metropolitan Paris encompasses more than 15 percent of the country’s total population. The second largest city is Marseille, a major Mediterranean seaport, with about 795,600 inhabitants. Other major cities include Lyon, an industrial center in east-central France, with 468,300 inhabitants, and the second largest metropolitan area in France, with 1,665,700 people. Further important cities include: Toulouse, 426,700, a manufacturing and European aviation center in southwestern France; Nice, 339,000, a resort city on the French Riviera; Nantes, 276,200, a seaport and shipbuilding center on the Atlantic coast; Strasbourg, 273,100, the principal French port on the Rhine River and a seat of the European parliament (in addition to Brussels); Montpellier...< Less
The Procyon Strain: Book One By Anthony Barnhart
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A young man’s summer vacation on the resort island of Hilton Head, South Carolina is cut short when inexplicable events bring in the Coast Guard and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.... More > Strange happenings continue to mount and a government cover-up is exposed. A new virus, capable of replicating itself twice as fast as H.I.V. and claiming a 100-percent mortality rate, threatens to tear civilization apart at the seams. Attacking the brain stem and motor cortex, this new virus, dubbed “The Procyon Strain,” strips the host of all emotion and personality, hijacking the body as a vessel for direct human-to-human transmission. Society teeters on the verge of meltdown as governmental forces seek to curb and contain the growing outbreaks. The officials in Washington, D.C. placate the public’s growing concern by denying what they know to be true: a global outbreak of an unprecedented scale lies just beyond the bend, and modern civilization is woefully unprepared for what comes next.< Less
A Thousand Veils By D.J. Murphy
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When Fatima Shihabi, an Iraqi poet and journalist, learns she is marked for death by Saddam Hussein's secret police, she flees Iraq, evading Saddam's helicopters hunting her in the desert, only to... More > discover that no other country will grant her asylum. Her flight from Saddam's vengeance, and the extraordinary efforts of Charles Sherman, a Wall Street lawyer, to save her life, is the subject of this gripping novel, inspired by a true story. How Fatima and Charles, bound by their common humanity, love for each other, and fate, manage to thwart Saddam and achieve redemption sends a powerful message to the post-9/11 world. Their story points the way toward eventual reconciliation and synthesis between Islam and the West. D.J. Murphy is a retired international lawyer, whose practice included representation of refugees seeking asylum in the United States. The author contributes ten percent (10%) of net royalties derived from this book to the United Nations High Commission on Refugees.< Less
Treasure, a Sailor's Siren By Bob Gebhardt
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A fellow approaches you and says, “I know where there is a sunken pirate treasure ship right here off the coast. Would you be interested in helping me for a fifty percent partnership?” ... More > He claims he heard a voice of a spirit asking for help and promises of great treasures. You dive on the site and find a large lump of corroded Spanish pieces of eight, worth many thousands. Dragging it up on deck you encounter a manifestation of a pirate spirit who spelled it out, no help, no treasure then he disappears along with the lump of ancient silver coins. Three individuals pool their funds to search a suspected underwater ancient treasure site and find more than they bargained for with a pirate’s spirit demanding assistance in crossing over into a repentance afterlife. In assisting the spirits they recover vast treasures and find favor with other successful salvors and their allies, the US Navy who help keep them out of danger from modern day pirates and drug runners.< Less
The Procyon Strain: Book One By Anthony Barnhart
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A young man’s summer vacation on the resort island of Hilton Head, South Carolina is cut short when inexplicable events bring in the Coast Guard and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.... More > Strange happenings continue to mount and a government cover-up is exposed. A new virus, capable of replicating itself twice as fast as H.I.V. and claiming a 100-percent mortality rate, threatens to tear civilization apart at the seams. Attacking the brain stem and motor cortex, this new virus, dubbed “The Procyon Strain,” strips the host of all emotion and personality, hijacking the body as a vessel for direct human-to-human transmission. Society teeters on the verge of meltdown as government forces seek to curb and contain the growing outbreaks. The officials in Washington, D.C. placate the public’s growing concern by denying what they know to be true: a global outbreak of an unprecedented scale lies just beyond the bend, and modern civilization is woefully unprepared for what comes next.< Less
Two Bizarre Short Shorts By Mahsa Sedaghatian
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In a Cemetery's Bottled Secret, one man after living a comfortable life, for most of his adult life, suddenly hits rock bottom. He immediately uncovers that what he learned while lavishing in the... More > high life has no bearing in his new downtrodden way of life. So alone and miserable with no escape he resorts to the eighty percent proof bottle of distilled spirits. His new found friend, whom temporarily ameliorates his hopelessness and misery, uncovers vicariously that his addiction can actually be the gateway to his old life. In a Fiery Contract, the world of timed schedules and countless contracts many times resurrects in certain individuals the drive to undertake short cuts for a quick-fix payout. And in spite of the potential for risks, one individual has nothing to lose but everything to gain. So as he finds himself thousands in debt, he desperately signs a contract with his life as collateral.Ultimately, he risks ending up spending eternity in a vicious and infinite cycle of repetition.< Less
Lahoma By J. Breckenridge (John Breckenridge) Ellis
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Lahoma is a town in Garfield County, Oklahoma, United States. The population was 611 at the 2010 census, a 5.9 percent gain from 577 at the 2000 census. Its name was formed from the last three... More > syllables of Oklahoma.Until the 1960s it was a farm town. Later it became primarily a bedroom community for people who commuted to work in Enid.Lahoma is located at 36°23′17″N 98°5′20″W / 36.38806°N 98.08889°W / 36.38806; -98.08889 (36.387928, -98.088752).According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 0.3 square miles (0.78 km2), all of it land.It lies in western Garfield County, Oklahoma,11 miles west of the county seat of Enid.As of the census of 2000, there were 577 people, 244 households, and 164 families residing in the town. The population density was 1,896.5 people per square mile (742.6/km²). Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lahoma,_Oklahoma Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less

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