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Quartzsite Lonely Hearts By Helen Harding
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This short novel was written in ten days on a dare. (You try it!) It is about a group of men and women who get together two by two for friendship and conversation. Things happen. A mysterious... More > death, a felony warrant. Set in Quartzsite with a side trip to Slab City and the Salton Sea it is by no means intended to be accurate about any thing in any way.< Less
Heavy Armored Personnel Carriers By Andrius Genys
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This short e-book is a reference guide on modern heavy armored personnel carriers. These combat machines are currently in service with some countries around the world. This e-book provides photos and... More > basic information with specifications. Most of these combat vehicles are rear and it is likely that you have never heard of them before. This e-book will be useful for people interested in military hardware. It is a great first step in identifying and researching heavy armored personnel carriers. Hope you can buy it! Andrius Genys is one of the lucky few who have had the opportunity to turn his life-long interest and hobby into a career. From childhood his interest in armored vehicles, tanks, weapons an other military-related equipment developed. At some point his interest in military transitioned from hobby to profession. Currently Andrius Genys is an author of 20 books and editor of Military-Today.com website.< Less
Freshwater Aquarium Fish Care for Beginners: A Quick Start Guide to Freshwater Fish and Freshwater Aquarium Care for Happy & Healthy Pet Fish By Nancy Copeland, Malibu Publishing
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It's amazing how much conversation can take place between a two-year old and an aquarium. Let the kids name the fish. Have discussions and ask questions like, what color is that fish? What are... More > the fish doing today? Count the fish. Just be careful with counting. If one of the fish has decided to eat some of its tank mates that could turn into a different type of learning experience altogether. This doesn't necessarily have to be a bad thing; you just have to be prepared for it. After all, kids do have to learn about the cycle of life and death somehow. It would certainly be a lot easier to cope with the death of goldfish as a child's first loss, rather than a human family member. In these times of having five hundred plus cable channels and excessive video games, an aquarium can be a refreshing touch to a home. The next time you sit down for a family dinner; try looking at the aquarium instead of the television. You never know, it may just start an actual conversation.< Less
St. Paul 2020 A.D. In His Own Words By Richard W. Lamb
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St. Paul the Apostle is acknowledged as the greatest evangelist of the early Church. Imagine what would happen if he returned to the year 2020 to converse with a Christian man, someone who worked for... More > an innovative think tank organization. Read on to discover Paul’s views on such issues as feminism, ecumenism, salvation, the Eucharist, tithing, and others. You will be enlightened and challenged as you read through the pages of this book.< Less
Navy Steelworker: Volume 2 - NAVEDTRA 14251 - (Nonresident Training Course) By Naval Education & Training Center
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CONTENTS - Technical Administration . . . . Layout and Fabrication of Sheet Metal and Fiber-glass Duct . . . Structural Steel Terms/Layout and Fabrication of Structural Steel and Pipe . . . . Fiber... More > Line, . . . . Wire Rope . . . . Rigging . . . . Reinforcing Steel . . . . Pre-engineered Structures: Buildings, K-Spans, Towers, and Antennas . . . Pre-engineered Storage Tanks . . . Pontoons . . . . Pre-engineered Structures: Short Airfield for Tactical support . . . Steelworker Tools and Equipment . . . APPENDIX I. Glossary II. Mathematics III. Metric Conversion Tables IV.HandSignals< Less
The Submarine NAVPERS 16160-B GUPPY Edition By Periscope Film LLC
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The Submarine, Navpers 16160-B, is a revision of the classic WWII submarine training book, The Fleet Type Submarine, that was issued in 1961. In the post-war period, the United States developed the... More > GUPPY class submarines, and this book uses the USS Becuna (SS-319) to acquaint crews with the design. GUPPY was an extensive conversion program that saw WWII-era boats modified with the snorkel, greater battery capacity, and a more streamlined hull. The book offers definitions of submarine components and terminology, and provides technical descriptions of various machinery and sub-systems such as the snorkel, ballast tanks, ventilation, trim and steering. Originally classified "Restricted", this book was recently declassified and is here reprinted in book form. Some illustrations have been slightly reformatted, and color plates are reproduced in black and white. Care has been taken to preserve the integrity of the text.< Less
1000 Facts about TV Shows Vol. 3 By James Egan
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The show, Friends, actually coined the term “friend zone.” The Upside-Down in Stranger Things was never supposed to be seen. The premise for Knight Rider was made up as a joke. Mr. Bean... More > is an alien. The Wire wasn’t nominated for a single Emmy. All the main actors of The Walking Dead have a Last Supper the day they film their death scene. All the MacGyverisms in MacGyver are scientifically possible. The first and last conversation in Seinfeld is about a button. Homer Simpson is based on Frank Spencer from Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em. Thomas the Tank Engine was nominated for two BAFTAs. Despite what many sources say, Star Trek is not the first show to have an interracial kiss. The actor who plays the Red Ranger in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers had to move twice because he was stalked by fans. Kit Harington plays Jon Snow in Game of Thrones. His great-grandfather invented the flushing toilet.< Less
Illluminations in an Elevator By J. Michael Gospe, M.D.
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ILLUMINATIONS IN AN ELEVATOR - Evolution of a Physician is a memoir by J. Michael Gospe, M.D. It was inspired by a comment made during an orientation meeting at the author’s son’s... More > college: “One day, your child might ride in an elevator and overhear a fragment of a conversation that could change his life.” This book of vignettes from the author’s memories celebrates some of the many people whose presence touched him during his medical career: family, friends, colleagues, patients. These stories cover life’s spectrum from an infant with crib death to a woman embracing her imminent demise from liver disease, from a man locked in a jail’s drunk tank to an elderly woman locked in the prison of her dying body, from a developmentally challenged man with a perpetual smile to a wood technologist with a love of independence. Woven within these tales are insights that molded and shaped the author into a healing physician.< Less
Lost Vegas By Paul McGuire
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Lost Vegas: The Redneck Riviera, Existentialist Conversations with Strippers, and the World Series of Poker... Las Vegas lures you to shed moral responsibility and piss away your money on indulgences... More > like decadent food, entertainment, gambling, and sex. If you don't enjoy these pastimes, then what's the point of visiting the land of compromised values? Where else can you get a cheap steak, crash a Mexican wedding, get cold-decked in blackjack by a dealer named Dong, play video poker for thirteen straight hours, drink piña coladas out of a plastic coconut, bum a cigarette from an 85-year-old woman with an oxygen tank, speed away to the Spearmint Rhino in a free limo, get rubbed by a former Miss Teen USA, puke in the back of a cab driven by a retired Navy SEAL, snort cheap cocaine in the bathroom at O'Sheas, and then catch a lucky card on the river to crack pocket aces and win a poker tournament? Only in Las Vegas.< Less
Lost Vegas By Paul McGuire
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Lost Vegas: The Redneck Riviera, Existentialist Conversations with Strippers, and the World Series of Poker... Las Vegas lures you to shed moral responsibility and piss away your money on indulgences... More > like decadent food, entertainment, gambling, and sex. If you don't enjoy these pastimes, then what's the point of visiting the land of compromised values? Where else can you get a cheap steak, crash a Mexican wedding, get cold-decked in blackjack by a dealer named Dong, play video poker for thirteen straight hours, drink piña coladas out of a plastic coconut, bum a cigarette from an 85-year-old woman with an oxygen tank, speed away to the Spearmint Rhino in a free limo, get rubbed by a former Miss Teen USA, puke in the back of a cab driven by a retired Navy SEAL, snort cheap cocaine in the bathroom at O'Sheas, and then catch a lucky card on the river to crack pocket aces and win a poker tournament? Only in Las Vegas.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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