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A Cruising Guide to the Dominican Republic By Frank Virgintino
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This edition, 4.1, of A Cruising Guide to the Dominican Republic covers cruising the entire country and all of its coasts. The guide includes charts that cover harbors and anchorages as well as... More > pertinent waypoints. There are many color photos as well that provide a good insight into what the cruiser can expect to see. Entrance requirements, various services and provisioning stops are also covered. The author covers in great depth the Dominican lifestyle and cultural experience insights which he has gained over many decades of cruising this fantastic country; the second largest country in the Caribbean. There is also a section on routing coming south from North America as to the safest and easiest ways to make the approach. This guide is the only cruising guide available that covers the entirety of the Dominican Republic.< Less
Republic of Texas Navy 1836-1846 By Alex Dienst
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This is the story of the formation and adventures of both the first and second Texas Navies. it includes original letters and logs fromthe men who served in the is important part of Texas history.
Republic of Texas Navy 1836-1846 By Alex Dienst
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This is the story of the formation and adventures of both the first and second Texas Navies. it includes original letters and logs fromthe men who served in the is important part of Texas history.
Sinfonia 9: The Second Movement By Alvin Conway
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If the Age of Reason was the masculine Yang, then it can be said Romanticism, invariably, was its creative feminine counterpoint, the Yin. Plato’s argumentative philosophical essays in The... More > Republic on the dynamism and contrast between sense (the head) and sensibility (the heart) was Kant’s discourse on phenomenon and its antipode, noumenon. Mathematics is abstract form but it is not beauty. A rose is beauty but it is not abstract form. The language of mathematics in scientific realism became a central component of the Age of Reason. In contrast, the language of the rose expressing abstract sentiment became a central component of Romanticism. Blake’s tyger is seen as raging and burning bright while Poe’s dreams come quietly in the dark of night. Both poets used Romantic language and allegories to convey different aspects of reason, sentiment, and intuition. The poet could not live his experience with his audience symbiotically but they could share in his experience empathically through his gift of words.< Less
History of King Charles the Second of England: Classic Children Book By Jacob Abbott
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Charles II (29 May 1630 – 6 February 1685)[3] was king of England, Scotland, and Ireland. Charles II's father, King Charles I, was executed at Whitehall on 30 January 1649, at the climax of the... More > English Civil War. Although the Parliament of Scotland proclaimed Charles II King of Great Britain and Ireland in Edinburgh on 6 February 1649, the English Parliament instead passed a statute that made any such proclamation unlawful. England entered the period known as the English Interregnum or the English Commonwealth, and the country was a de facto republic, led by Oliver Cromwell. Cromwell defeated Charles at the Battle of Worcester on 3 September 1651, and Charles fled to mainland Europe. Cromwell became virtual dictator of England, Scotland and Ireland. Charles spent the next nine years in exile in France, the United Provinces and the Spanish Netherlands. A political crisis that followed the death of Cromwell in 1658 resulted in the restoration of the monarchy, and Charles was invited to return to Britain.< Less
Quo vadis, Italy? By Rinaldo Ripa
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Quo vadis, Italy? The question is neither rhetorical nor specious. Before the dark scenario of severe economic downturn we might be tempted to lose hope, but even in this decisive battle "Italy... More > of many lives" will be able to get back to a path of renewal, of progress, of lived and partaken democracy.< Less
Change identity, it is possible, here are the proves By Giovanni Caporaso
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There are many reasons why one might need to obtain new identity documents. Many people require them for financial reasons or privacy, but even more pressing are safety and political reasons. For... More > some, it is vital to use a new identity if they could be a possible victim of a terrorist attack. As a political refuge, identity documents can provide much needed security. If you are a witness of a crime or situation that the police can’t properly protect you from, a convincing identity document could be a matter of life or death. If you need to change your identity and protect your privacy or personal safety, an important first step is securing reliable identity documents. Mocking the most advanced control systems is possible because a document (biometric or not) arises from other documents (birth certificates, residence, etc.) and none of these is biometric: they are paper certificates. I have analyzed the possibilities of identity changes from Italy to Brazil to the United States< Less
Change identity, it is possible, here are the proves By Giovanni Caporaso
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There are many reasons why one might need to obtain new identity documents. Many people require them for financial reasons or privacy, but even more pressing are safety and political reasons. For... More > some, it is vital to use a new identity if they could be a possible victim of a terrorist attack. As a political refuge, identity documents can provide much needed security. If you are a witness of a crime or situation that the police can’t properly protect you from, a convincing identity document could be a matter of life or death. If you need to change your identity and protect your privacy or personal safety, an important first step is securing reliable identity documents. Mocking the most advanced control systems is possible because a document (biometric or not) arises from other documents (birth certificates, residence, etc.) and none of these is biometric: they are paper certificates. I have analyzed the possibilities of identity changes from Italy to Brazil to the United States< Less
Night of Screams By Ronald Goulden
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In the early years of the twenty-first century, a vile evil ascended the throne of the American Republic. He came from obscurity, shrouded in mystery and misdirection. Like the serpent, he promised... More > all things to all people. He always said what people wanted to hear. His open disdain for America, the Constitution, and its governing principles went unnoticed by the mainstream media, which quickly became his Ministry of Propaganda. Mike Robinson, an Army veteran, tried to remain neutral; hoping that legitimate political processes would solve the Mabus problem and restore sanity to America. However, when Mabus ordered the wholesale incarceration of loyal Americans by purple berets and UN soldiers, hopes for neutrality vanished. Escaping from a brutal concentration camp, he joined forces with other Americans to restore their country to its erstwhile greatness. The small band of loyalists wage a relentless war against the domestic enemies of America and its Constitution.< Less
Dos Estudios Hacia las Relaciones Dominico-Haitianas (Two Studies on Dominican-Haitian Relations) By Jacob Kushner
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The first study (English) examines how anti-Haitian discrimination originates and is manifested in Dominican society. Among its findings are that Dominican education lacks sufficient instruction in... More > Haitian topics, fear of Haitians is manipulated and perpetuated by politicians, and that Dominicans are generally aware of the extent to which discrimination, though not anti-Haitianismo itself, exists in Dominican society. The second study (Spanish) examines the instruction and retention of information about Haiti and Haitian topics in the Dominican educational system. Among its findings are that Dominican students have a minimal understanding of historical and modern topics relating to Haiti and Haitians, and that their level of knowledge depends greatly upon that of their parents. It concludes that the lack of attention given to these themes and the stigma against addressing them in an educational setting reflects the broader anti-Haitian sentiments that permeate Dominican society as a whole.< Less