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Twenty

Author : Debra Landwehr Engle
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2020-01-28
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 9781496723574

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"A book to hold against your heart long after the last page is turned." --New York Times bestselling author Susan Wiggs "Along with naming me Marguerite after her favorite daisy, Mama gave me three things: Red hair that hasn't faded. A love of nature. And a belief that somewhere between heaven and earth there is magic." At age fifty-five, Meg's life is too filled with loss for her to remember what magic feels like. All she has left is a yard brimming with plants that are wilting in the scorching Iowa summer--and a bone-deep feeling that she's through with living. Meg has something else too: a bottle of mysterious pills, given to her years ago by an empathetic doctor. He promised that they would offer her dying mother a quick, painless end in exactly twenty days. Though her mother never needed them, Meg does. But a strange thing happens after Meg swallows the little green pearls . . . Now that she's decided to leave this world, Meg is rediscovering the joy in it. She sheds everything she no longer needs--possessions, regrets, guilt--and reconnects with those she cares for. Finally confronting the depth of her grief, she's learning that love runs deeper still. But is it too late to choose to stay? "A book to hold against your heart long after the last page is turned." --New York Times bestselling author Susan Wiggs "Twenty reminds us to live with our hearts wide open even when they've been broken, and how to love even when it hurts." --Julie Cantrell, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of Perennials "Written with such strong and heartfelt faith in the magic and power of never-ending love, it will renew your own." --Judy Reene Singer, author of In the Shadow of Alabama

Twenty

Author : James Grippando
Publisher : HarperCollins
Release : 2021-01-05
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 9780062915108

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Jack Swyteck and his family are caught in the crossfire after a deadly school shooting claims twenty casualties—Florida’s fifth mass shooting in as many years—in this provocative and timely thriller from Harper Lee Prize–winner James Grippando that touches on some of the most contentious issues roiling America today. It is the message every parent of a school-age child fears: “Active Shooter on Campus.” Jack Swyteck is at his office when he receives the emergency text from Riverside Day School. Both his daughter, Righley, and his wife, FBI agent Andie Henning, are in danger. Andie is in the school’s rec center when she hears the fire alarms, then loud popping noises and screams coming from the hallway. A trained law-enforcement officer, Andie knows she’s supposed to stay locked down inside the room. But Righley is in her kindergarten classroom and Andie must get her to safety. The tragedy prompts mass hysteria—and dangerous speculation. The police haven’t identified the shooter, but they find a handgun on the school grounds registered to a parent, a Muslim man named Amir Khoury. News of the gun and its owner leaks and quickly goes viral. Within minutes Al Qaeda claims responsibility. Andie is shocked—Amir is married to her friend, Lilly, a WASP whose bloodline goes back to the American Revolution. When Xavier, Amir and Lilly’s oldest child and an eighteen-year-old senior at Riverside confesses to the crime, the local community’s anti-Muslim fervor explodes to levels unseen since 9/11. Terrified for her son’s life, Lilly asks Jack to step in. A seasoned defense attorney with a passion to see justice done, he’s taken on plenty of complicated cases. Xavier’s, however, is not one he’s inclined to take—until an old friend who lost his daughter in the shooting tells him that he must. With the public calling for blood and prosecutors confident their case is air tight, Jack must unearth the Khourys’ family secrets in order to expose the shocking truth and save his client from certain death. But he may not be able to save everyone—including himself.

Leadership for the Twenty-first Century

Author : Joseph Clarence Rost
Publisher : Greenwood Publishing Group
Release : 1991
Category : Political Science
ISBN : 027594610X

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Book Leadership for the Twenty-first Century Description/Summary:

This illuminating study critiques the concept of leadership as understood in the last 75 years and looks to the twenty-first century for a reconstructed understanding of leadership in the postindustrial era. More similarities in past decades were found than had been thought; the thread throughout Rost's book is that leadership was conceived of as good management. He develops a new definition and paradigm for leadership in this volume that distinguishes leadership from management in fundamental ways. The ethics of leadership from a postindustrial perspective completes the paradigm. The book concludes with suggestions that can be immediately utilized in helping to transform our understanding of leadership.

Twenty-one days in India

Author : George R Aberigh- Mackay
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 1882
Category : Uncategorized
ISBN : OXFORD:600062284

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The House of Twenty Thousand Books

Author : Sasha Abramsky
Publisher : New York Review of Books
Release : 2017-03-28
Category : Biography & Autobiography
ISBN : 9781681371139

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Book The House of Twenty Thousand Books Description/Summary:

"The House of Twenty Thousand Books is journalist Sasha Abramsky's elegy to the vanished intellectual world of his grandparents, Chimen and Miriam, and their vast library of socialist literature and Jewish history. A rare book dealer and self-educated polymath who would go on to teach at Oxford and consult for Sotheby's, Chimen Abramsky drew great writers and thinkers like Isaiah Berlin and Eric Hobsbawm to his north London home; his library grew from his abiding passion for books and his search for an enduring ideology. The books, documents, and manuscripts that covered every shelf at 5 Hillway were testaments to Chimen's quest -- from the Jewish orthodoxy of his boyhood, to the Communism of his youth, to the liberalism of his mature years. The House of Twenty Thousand Books is at once the story of a fascinating family and chronicle of the embattled twentieth century. The House of Twenty Thousand Books includes 43 photos. "--

A Parliamentary Syllabus

Author : Joseph Thomas Robert
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 1897
Category : Parliamentary practice
ISBN : UCAL:$B21780

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Sea Power in the Twenty-first Century

Author : Charles W. Koburger
Publisher : Greenwood Publishing Group
Release : 1997
Category : Political Science
ISBN : 0275953009

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Book Sea Power in the Twenty-first Century Description/Summary:

Projects the requirements for sea power in the next century.

Psalm Twenty-Three

Author : Anonim
Publisher : Eerdmans Young Readers
Release : 1997
Category : Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN : 0802851630

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Book Psalm Twenty-Three Description/Summary:

The text of the familiar psalm comparing God to a loving shepherd accompanies illustrations which shows the world of love and fear faced by an urban African-American family.

Twenty Twenty

Author : Nigel Watts
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2020-07-28
Category : Uncategorized
ISBN : 9798669732660

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"Viral apocalypse, virtual reality, Buddhist enlightenment . . . A book to make the pulse race, the mind dance and the heart sink." The Times, 1995. First published in 1995, Twenty Twenty eerily foretells the events of the year 2020. An ageing writer infected with a deadly virus and despairing of mankind's continuing damage to the planet retreats to a derelict factory in the icy wastes of northern Canada. Meanwhile, at a remote research institute in the Californian desert, William Morrison, a virtual reality test pilot, and Julia O'Brien, a British anthropologist, are working on a VR simulation of the Amazonian Kogi tribe. William and Julia appear to have little in common, until they discover an uncanny connection that finds them being drawn towards a derelict factory in northern Canada...As the story escalates to its dramatic conclusion, Watts powerfully manipulates our perceptions of reality, whilst blurring the boundary between creator and created. "Intelligent science fiction seasoned with a dash of old-fashioned technophobia." - Sunday Times, 1995 "Literary thriller that bewilders and enthrals in equal measure." - Time Out, 1995"Reminiscent in its coolness of another more famous dystopic novel . . . Nineteen Eighty-Four." - Interzone, 1995

Hot Stew

Author : Fiona Mozley
Publisher : Algonquin Books
Release : 2021-04-20
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 9781643751771

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FROM THE AUTHOR OF THE BOOKER PRIZE FINALIST ELMET Named One of the Most-Anticipated Books of 2021 by: The Millions, BuzzFeed, The Stylist, The Guardian, and more Brilliant young British writer Fiona Mozley turns her keen eye from the gothic woods of Yorkshire to the streets and pubs and cafés of contemporary London in this much-anticipated follow-up to her debut novel, Elmet. In the middle of the bustle of Soho sits a building. It isn’t particularly assuming. But it’s a prime piece of real estate, and a young millionaire, Agatha Howard, wants to convert it into luxury condos as soon as she can kick out all the tenants. The problem is, the building in question houses a brothel, and Precious and Tabitha, two of the women who live and work there, are not going to go quietly. And another problem is, just where did Agatha’s fortune come from? The fight over this piece of property also draws in the men who visit, including Robert, a one-time member of a far-right group and enforcer for Agatha’s father; Jackie, a policewoman intent on making London a safer place for all women; Bastian, a rich and dissatisfied party boy who pines for an ex-girlfriend; and a collection of vagabonds and strays who occupy the basement. As these characters—with surprising hidden connections and shadowy pasts—converge, the fight over the property boils over into a hot stew. Entertaining, sharply funny, and dazzlingly accomplished, Hot Stew confronts questions about wealth and inheritance, gender and power, and the things women must do to survive in an unjust world.

Twenty Years' Crisis, 1919-1939

Author : Edward H. Carr
Publisher : Harper Collins
Release : 1964-03-25
Category : History
ISBN : 9780061311222

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Book Twenty Years' Crisis, 1919-1939 Description/Summary:

E. H. Carr's classic work on international relations published in 1939 was immediately recognized by friend and foe alike as a defining work. The author was one of the most influential and controversial intellectuals of the 20th century. The issues and themes he developed continue to have relevance to modern day concerns with power and its distribution in the international system. Michael Cox's critical introduction provides the reader with background information about the author, the context for the book, and its main themes and contemporary relevance.

Twenty Years' War Against the Railroads

Author : William Whiting
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 1860
Category : Electronic books
ISBN : STANFORD:36105041659306

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Book Twenty Years' War Against the Railroads Description/Summary:

History of the suits instituted by Ross Winans against railroad companies and others alleged to have infringed his patent right for the eight-wheel railroad car.

Malaysia and the European Union

Author : Christoph Marcinkowski,Constance Chevallier-Govers,Ruhanas Harun
Publisher : LIT Verlag Münster
Release : 2011
Category : Social Science
ISBN : 9783643800855

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Book Malaysia and the European Union Description/Summary:

EU-Malaysian relations are all too often seen through the lens of economics and trade. Although this is legitimate, an extension of cooperation could also open up new avenues of collaboration and understanding between Europe and Asia. This book brings together manifold perspectives on economics, finance, trade, education, history, culture, gender, human rights, and multiculturalism - issues which are currently gaining in importance between Malaysia and the European Union. (Series: Freiburger Sozialanthropologische Studien/Freiburg Studies in Social Anthropology/Etudes d'Anthropologie Sociale de l'Universite de Fribourg - Vol. 32)