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The Hand By Richard J. McQueen et al.
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The subject of the Hand, based on the research topics conducted by Fernand D'Amico and Jacques Wisman, is proposed in this book as a themed walk through the passages of Scripture from the Old and... More > New Testament. The biblical text (KJV) is presented deliberately devoid of additional comments to offer an immediate and direct perception of the selected track. The thematic reading of the biblical text opens to the reader as a fascinating experience that allows him to benefit in a short time, a surprising and rich picture of content. The hand is an important part of the body that can take and give. As part of the biblical texts the term is loaded with symbolic values for which the use of the term alternates metaphorical use in a myriad of meanings that reveal the topography of the human soul while providing images of high emotional impact.< Less
Cheat Hand By Gerard ZITTA
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A Which hand plot where the spectator can also hide the coin in their pockets! Effect: A spectator takes one of his coins, and puts it in any hand behind his back. You won't look either. They can... More > even hide it in their back pocket, or on the chair, if they decide to cheat. You find out where is the coin (which hand, or which pocket, and also if the spectator is a liar or not). - 100% improvised and hands-off. - Very difficut to backtrack.< Less
on the other hand By Cyril Makoff
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This is Cyril Makoff's second collection, which could be described as more of the same - but not by their author. A representative selection of poems that can be read for free is available at the... More > touch of the book preview key.< Less
A Handful of Sparks By Richard Leach
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A Handful of Sparks collects 76 of the blues lyrics and similar verses Richard Leach has been writing since the early 2000s, selecting them from previous books which included other poetry forms. The... More > title is from "Just Saying Blues", which has these lines: "I've got a handful of sparks, and a houseful of gasoline./I don't think you should ask me, 'What does burning mean?'"< Less
A Handful of Blossoms By Lara Biyuts
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Written in the form of a diary, which genre (epistolary, confessional) was so popular in the 18th century and which sounds so comprehensible in our time of blogging, web-diaries and web-journals, the... More > novella may be called a love story. A story of a young bride, one of many German princesses of her time, and her weird marriage. Time: 1764, a year after the Seven Years War (this first global military conflict took place much earlier than WWI, and it may be called the First World War, in fact.) Set in Europe, the story is historical fiction, in which Author studies the interesting case when a gay man is enforced to get married to a female (dynastic marriage) and what comes of this unnatural act.< Less
A Handful of Blossoms By Lara Biyuts
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Written in the form of a diary, which genre was so popular in the 18th century and which sounds so comprehensible in our time of blogging, web-diaries and web-journals, the novella may be called a... More > love story. A story of a 16-year-old damsel and her weird marriage. Time: 1764, a year after the Seven Years War (this first global military conflict took place much earlier than WWI, and it may be called the First World War, in fact.) Set in Europe, the story is historical fiction, in which Author studies the interesting case when a gay man is enforced to get married to a female (dynastic marriage) and what comes of this unnatural act.< Less
HANDS WITH THE EARTH By Priya Vincent
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This book is about the process of ‘earth engagement’ that we use to grow food in Buddha Garden, which is a farm in the spiritual township of Auroville, south India. The aim of this book... More > is to help you understand this process which is not a set of techniques, but a way of involving ourselves with the earth to grow food. It describes the elements of food growing – the soil, water, plants, animals, pests and diseases. It explains how to harness the natural processes that sustains these elements. It inspires you to bring everything together into a creative whole where you too will be able to grow food that brings a new balance and healing to the earth and to ourselves.< Less
HANDS WITH THE EARTH By Priya Vincent
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This book is about the process of ‘earth engagement’ that we use to grow food in Buddha Garden, which is a farm in the spiritual township of Auroville, south India. The aim of this book... More > is to help you understand this process which is not a set of techniques, but a way of involving ourselves with the earth to grow food. It describes the elements of food growing – the soil, water, plants, animals, pests and diseases. It explains how to harness the natural processes that sustains these elements. It inspires you to bring everything together into a creative whole where you too will be able to grow food that brings a new balance and healing to the earth and to ourselves.< Less
In The Hand Of God By JESSICA WEBB
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The following short stories God placed on my heart to write. Actually, He wrote them I am just the vessel through which they came. God saw that many of our pre-teens and teens do not know how to come... More > to him. They are dealing with issues their parents never had to. And many of them are afraid or too embarrassed to talk with their parents. This book allows young adults to know that God is mindful of all of their issues and He has a word to address them. Read for the word of God is life.< Less
Everyman’s Hand By Louis Alexander
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Mike Boyle, a behavioural psychologist, heading a research team and drifting towards marrying Anna is suddenly confronted with a version of his father’s past that he doesn’t recognize. He... More > is told that his late father, Brendan, had been a leading figure in the IRA and he is asked to be of service himself. Despite not being convinced that his father could ever have been involved with such an organization, Mike feels impelled to search for the truth. To facilitate his search he pretends to go along with the request to help the organization recoup jewellery that was stolen thirty years previously. Mike rapidly finds himself being manipulated by events over which he has little control with both British Intelligence and the IRA seeing him as their man. He treads a difficult and dangerous path which takes him from Liverpool to Ireland and Lake Garda in Italy before events reach a climax in Donegal.< Less