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Catalyst - Book One By Adam Wolf
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Walthis Crane was blessed with the ability to view the souls of those who walk among us. To this introverted billionaire, his anomaly displays itself as a soft glow emanating from us all. But there... More > are those in which this luminescence does not simply present itself as a soft glow, it radiates profusely in signification of the gift they possess. It is these individuals Walthis is in search of, those who he feels are destine to be the saviors of the world. He discovers the first of these saviors embodied in a sprite, violet haired young woman by the name of Kira Harington. But where Walthis believes he has discovered the first ally in his quest to save lives, he soon comes to realize that this vibrant young woman’s ability only allows her to end them. Throughout the course of the tale, Walthis comes to the grim realization that in order to save the souls of the world, a great many may have to be extinguished first.< Less
Children's Coloring Book of Deuteronomy By Yvonne Young
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The coloring book for Deuteronomy and the fascinating art of many different helping to share knowledge of what can be significate in the learning of scriptures, Moses and the people, whom he led out... More > of Egypt. The learning of many things of the bible through various things of the Bible and how they relate to our lives. Teaching our children about the stories told of the old testament, is a great way for them to know what the vision of God means in our lives. Moses and the journey he was told to take, the commandments of which God spoke to Moses and how he had to prepare the ten commandments for the people chosen. The gold of teaching and applying to our lives the greatness of God can be a positive effect on adults as well as children. There is a new generation being born daily, and we as teachers in our homes can be a part of the growth of maturity in faith. Continue to teach and grow with our young.< Less
General Metaphysics By John Rickaby S.J.
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What is and why we need to understand Metaphysics? In appreciating the magnitude of the task before us, there are two opposite extremes to be avoided: one is to suppose that the notions with which we... More > have to deal are so simple as to require no study and that they can be confused only by a preposterous attempt to force them into a long scientific system, such as a text-book on Metaphysics displays; and the other is to imagine that the notions are so minute, so fluxional and evanescent, as to defy anything like fixity of signification. The fact is, the ideas are simple and carry along with their simplicity some of its greatest difficulties. As a man may have “the faults of his virtues”, so a study may have the difficulties of its easiness. Nor do Metaphysics stand alone in the enforcement of the lesson that it is hard to be simple, that there is much art in simplicity.< Less
A Record of the Bartholomew Family, Vol 2 By George Wells Bartholomew Jr.
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ORIGIN OF THE NAME BARTHOLOMEW. Bartholomew is the English form of the Syriac name of the apostle Bartholmai, which is derived from Bar, the Syriac term, as Ben is the Hebrew, for son; see Psalms ii,... More > 12, translated "Kim the Son;" and Tholmai or Talmai (the same in Hebrew) is often found in the Old Testament, see Numbers xiii, 22; Joshua xv, 14; 2 Samuel iii, 3 and Chronicles xiii, 37, as Talmai. Its signification is "furrowed" from a Hebrew root meaning "to furrow" or "cut." The process by which Bartholmai or Bartalmai in Hebrew becomes Bartholomew in English, is through the regular Greek and Latin forms Bartholonmeos and Bartholommus, the second o being an intercalation, thence possibly through the French. The Latin ae being treated as a simple ē, as in all the other Romance languages.< Less
Telesio and Morato on the Meaning of Colours (Renaissance Colour Symbolism II) By Roy Osborne
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‘Telesio and Morato on the Meaning of Colours’ brings together the original texts with original English translations of two closely related primary sources on Renaissance colour... More > symbolism. The first is the ‘Libellus de coloribus’ (Booklet on colours), the most extensive lexicon of colour terminology of its time, published in Venice in 1528 by Antonio Telesio (1482-1534), who latinised his name as Antonius Thylesius. The second is ‘Del significato de’ colori’ (On the signification of colours), the most extensive digest of current and classical colour meanings of its time, published in Venice in 1535 by Fulvio Pellegrino Morato (c. 1483-1548). They were the third and fourth books on colour to be printed in Europe. Roy Osborne is an artist, educator and historian, and author of books on colour. He was awarded the Turner Medal of the Colour Group (Great Britain) in 2003, and the Colour in Art, Design and Environment Medal of the International Colour Association in 2019.< Less
A Record of the Bartholomew Family, Vol 1 By George Wells Bartholomew Jr.
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ORIGIN OF THE NAME BARTHOLOMEW. Bartholomew is the English form of the Syriac name of the apostle Bartholmai, which is derived from Bar, the Syriac term, as Ben is the Hebrew, for son; see... More > Psalms ii, 12, translated "Kim the Son;" and Tholmai or Talmai (the same in Hebrew) is often found in the Old Testament, see Numbers xiii, 22; Joshua xv, 14; 2 Samuel iii, 3 and Chronicles xiii, 37, as Talmai. Its signification is "furrowed" from a Hebrew root meaning "to furrow" or "cut." The process by which Bartholmai or Bartalmai in Hebrew becomes Bartholomew in English, is through the regular Greek and Latin forms Bartholonmeos and Bartholommus, the second o being an intercalation, thence possibly through the French. The Latin ae being treated as a simple ē, as in all the other Romance languages.< Less
Laughter: An Essay on the Meaning of the Comic By Henri Bergson
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Laughter is a collection of three essays by French philosopher Henri Bergson, first published in 1900. It was written in French, the original title is Le Rire. Essai sur la signification du comique... More > ("Laughter, an essay on the meaning of the comic").The three essays were first published in the French review Revue de Paris. A book was published in 1924 by the Alcan publishing house. It was reprinted in 1959 by the Presses Universitaires de France, on the occasion of the hundredth anniversary of the birth of Bergson.In a foreword published in 1900, but suppressed in 1924, Bergson explains that through the three articles, he wanted to study laughter, especially the laughter caused by the comic, and to determine the principal categories of comic situations, to determine the laws of the comic. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laughter_(book) Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
The Old Capitol and Its Inmates By A Lady, Who Enjoyed The Hospitalities of The Government For A "Season" By Virginia Lomax
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THE narrative contained in the following pages is substantially a correct account of prison life in the Old Capitol during the period specified. The story of each prisoner is recorded in the... More > narrator's own words and style, as far as is practicable. A change has of course been made in all names, except those of Mrs. Surratt and her daughter. Many trivial matters and events have been noticed, as they serve to show the petty annoyances to which prisoners were subjected, and which contributed to render imprisonment in the Old Capitol "durance vile," in its most literal signification. Written soon after the occurrence of the events which it relates, the style of this little work is necessarily hurried, its only object being the portrayal of one of the many phases of Southern suffering.< Less
The Etymology of Chinese 辰 Chén By Richard S Cook
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This edition presents for the first time the original full-size laser master of Richard Cook’s 1995 LTBA 18.2 monograph. In this typographically complex and copiously illustrated study, the... More > original signification of the Chinese 辰 chén pictogram is demonstrated from graphic, semantic, and phonological perspectives. On the basis of an examination of the extant Chinese material from all historical periods, it is shown that the 辰 chén sign is in fact a representation of a scorpion in striking position as seen in profile. It is shown that this representation bears directly upon the once vigorous traditions relating to the ancient equinoctial position of the star Antares in the Breast of the Celestial Scorpion. And though certain stellar concepts betray the likelihood of an early (pre-OBI) Sino-Mesopotamian relation (stimulus diffusion), these concepts nevertheless took peculiar Chinese form, such that it is possible to demonstrate the cognacy of Chinese 辰 chén and ‘scorpion’ words in Sino-Tibetan.< Less
BLANK SPACE [ " " ] By MIKHAIL EPSTEIN
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MIKHAIL EPSTEIN " ". This small book is about blank spaces in language and culture and their formative role in major artistic movements of the 20th century. The book proposes new sign... More > that denotes the absence of any sign and is conveyed by quotation marks around a blank space: “ ”. This no-sign can be applied to many subject areas, including philosophy, theology, ethics, aesthetics, poetics, and linguistics. “ ” signifies, more adequately than any of these terms, the Absolute, Dao, the Endless, the Inexpressible, Différance, i.e., the ultimate condition of any signification. Each discipline has its own “ ”, certain “unspeakable” assumptions that need to be presented inside disciplinary frontiers, as a blank margin moved inside the medium. “ ” allows language to speak the unspeakable. The book presents “ ” not only theoretically, but also graphically, in its format and design.< Less

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Referral Mastery Referral Mastery By Joe Stumpf
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