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The Clean Water Act 20 Years Later

Author : Robert W. Adler
ISBN : 9781610913324
Genre : Nature
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This volume explores the issues associated with the complex subject of water quality protection in an assessment of the successes and failures of the Clean Water Act over the past twenty years. In addition to examining traditional indicators of water quality, the authors consider how health concerns of the public have been addressed, and present a detailed examination of the ecological health of our waters. Taken together, these measures present a far more complete and balanced picture than raw water quality data alone. As well as reviewing past effectiveness, the book includes specific recommendations for the reauthorization of the Act, which is to be considered by Congress in 1995. This balanced and insightful account will surely shape the debate among legislative and policy experts and citizen activists at all levels who are concerned with issues of water quality.

20 Years Later

Author : Emma Newman
ISBN : 0984498125
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Titus, Zane, Erin, and Eve are friends living in post-apocalyptic London who must battle danger and warring gangs in order to find Titus' kidnapped sister and uncover a secret.

Hannah Arendt

Author : Larry May
ISBN : 0262631822
Genre : Philosophy
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Hannah Arendt (1906-1975) was one of the most important political philosophers of our century. Born in Germany, Arendt studied with Martin Heidegger and Karl Jaspers. She escaped after the Nazis came to power; remained stateless until 1951, when she became a U.S. citizen; was the first woman appointed to a full professorship at Princeton; and became a prominent "public intellectual" whose positions were often controversial. Her major works include The Origins of Totalitarianism, Eichmann in Jerusalem: A Report on the Banality of Evil, The Human Condition, and The Life of the Mind (unfinished at her death). Now, twenty years later, this collection of fifteen essays brings her work into dialogue with those philosophical views that are at center stage today -- in critical theory, communitarianism, virtue theory, and feminism. The essays are divided into four sections: Political Action and Judgment; Ethics and the Nature of Evil; Self and World; and Gender and Jewishness. An extensive bibliography of work on Arendt in English is included as an appendix.

His Promise 20 Years Later

Author : Candra Colla Niswanger
ISBN : 9781449705626
Genre : Religion
File Size : 75. 96 MB
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This author's story is compelling and heartfelt. She opens her book with an intriguing vision from God and then presents her background and testimony with honesty and enthusiasm. The author is candid about difficult experiences she has had, but she is also optimistic and contagiously excited about her life in Christ. This is a human story that readers will relate to easily, and it is written with inspiring wisdom and authority. The author's skillful use of narrative and her occasional interweaving of Bible verses make her book both moving and useful to read. "'Trust in Me' - Track 4 on my CD Candra All4Him was the inspiration for my book His Promise. . . 20 Years Later. I know this story will touch your life and encourage you. This song was the first song God placed on my heart of many I have written, and one of the last to be recorded on my recent CD. My hope and prayer is that you will be encouraged and lifted up as you rest in a time of worship and feed your soul with His word and praises." - Candra The Lord has moved mountains in my life that seemed impossible. Today my son, Payton, is a kind, thoughtful, loving, and a beautiful servant of the Living God who seeks His face in everything he does on a daily basis. Payton has dedicated his life to furthering the Kingdom of God through his music, photography, street ministries, and heart for pastoring.

Alar 20 Years Later

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My Business Of People 20 Years Later

Author : Luke T. Mills
ISBN : 9780991194414
Genre : Business & Economics
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If there was one specific formula to make a business of people work, and if such were, in fact, the key to reaching financial freedom as quickly as possible - regardless of our initial talent, type of product, the negativity on the Internet, or any crisis - would it be worth knowing? This book portrays twenty years of the author’s journey - entirely dedicated to the Multi-Level Marketing (MLM) industry - from a failed first attempt to the successful foundation of several companies, all related to network marketing. The number of prospects that are interviewed and recruited on a daily basis in such a business is simply overwhelming and arguably has no comparison to any other that involves people. The information contained in “My Business of People, 20 Years Later” represents an unrivaled education, a “doctorate” of sorts, for any person interested in learning how to lead others. Its teachings, which stem from the mastery of managing various successful networks, are not only useful within the realm of network marketing but are relevant to other businesses of people, such as insurance sales, timeshare sales, stock trading, public relations, or any project in which a prosperous and humane entrepreneur is in demand. This book has several chapters dedicated exclusively to understanding the conditioning all of us are exposed to as children in the subjects of abundance and poverty; therefore, it could be valuable for a parent who wants to raise more confident and prosperous children. Such information could also benefit anyone who, in spite of not being familiar with MLM, wishes to re-program their mind by learning and understanding very specific wealth-generating habits. By the end of this book, it is likely that your concept of yourself, as well as of people in general, will CHANGE dramatically, allowing you to understand what adjustments are necessary to considerably shorten the road to financial freedom, and, more importantly, which practical and easy-to-remember actions will make those changes permanent. This book shares uncompromised values and contains original concepts, and on occasion will be brutally honest. More than a motivational/promotional book, this is a never-before-created educational tool, born of the author’s need to find an ethical, intelligent, effective and stimulating way to attain wealth through a business of massive duplication, such as a network marketing business. Education is power. Your time has come. The peak is closer than you think... Enjoy.

The Letter

Author : Regina Oli Igbo
ISBN : 9781462045549
Genre : Fiction
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In The Letter, which is a follow up on the story of Tiena (her first published novel), Regina Oli Igbo has deftly indicated the possibility of successfully handling a crisis in the family within the confines of the family, even when the crisis is full of intricacies. It is encouraging to read through The Letter and feel Tiena's Practical Paradigm. The Letter manifests itself as a 'love story' ending with the renewed pledge of, "We fall in love once again... For ever and ever you are mine." The novel is also imbued with 'moral adjuncts'

Supply Side Revolution

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ISBN : OCLC:942114626
Genre : Supply-side economics
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Lupus My Life My Phenomenal Journey 20 Years Later

Author : Wilda L. Riggs
ISBN : 9781463428303
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Author : Raymond Moscowitz
ISBN : 1449028438
Genre : Education
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"Twin towers." Laos escapees. Farm kids. Coaches' sons. They came together at a little Indiana high school for the 1989-90 basketball season under a charismatic coach and almost pulled off the most coveted honor in Indiana sports: the state championship. Led by 6-10 and 6-9 twins, the team from rural Northfield High School was a group of smart, tightly-knit young men. They may not have been unique, but they possessed a sense of self and unity that shielded them during tough times. Coach Steve McClure and his assistants taught the fundamentals of basketball, the keys to winning, and that the court was like a foxhole in the quest for athletic acclaim. Ray Moscowitz told their story in his thrilling 1990 book, Small School, Giant Dream: A Year of Hoosier High School Hoopla. In this book he weaves together excerpts from Small School, Giant Dream: A Year of Hoosier High School Hoopla to provide context for a peek into how the lives of the players, managers and coaches have unfolded since that still-talked-about season twenty years ago. Overtime: Small School, Giant Dream 20 Years Later is not just about basketball, but about life. The players, coaches and managers were, on the surface, ordinary. But as a whole, they were driven to succeed by the special inner drive that propels people to accomplish lofty goals. There have always been teams that have captured the attention of not just a city, region, and state, but a nation. So Northfield wasn't that special in that regard. But Northfield proved again that the ordinary can sometimes be extraordinary. Twenty years later McClure is a cancer survivor and his players and managers have gone on to careers in business, finance, medicine, education, sales, industrial management, computer technology, and agricultural equipment supply/trucking. Here are their stories.

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