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Time and Again by William D. Lewis Book Summary:
This volume is a collection of papers that highlights some recurring themes that have surfaced in the generative tradition in linguistics over the past 40 years. The volume is more than a historical take on a theoretical tradition; rather, it is also a "compass" pointing to exciting new empirical directions inspired by generative theory. In fact, the papers show a progression from core theoretical concerns to data-driven experimental investigation and can be divided roughly into two categories: those that follow a syntactic and theoretical course, and those that follow an experimental or applied path. Many of the papers revisit long-standing or recurring themes in the generative tradition, some of which seek experimental validation or refutation. The merger of theoretical and experimental concerns makes this volume stand out, but it is also forward looking in that it addresses the recent concerns of the creation and consumption of data across the discipline.
Again and Again by Ellen Bravo Book Summary:
If sexual shenanigans disqualified candidates for Congress, the U.S. would have no government. But what if the candidate was a pro-choice Republican supported by feminist groups—and a college rapist whose secret could be exposed by a leading women’s rights advocate? Again and Again tells the story of Deborah Borenstein—as an established women’s rights leader in 2010 Washington, DC, and as a college student, thirty years earlier, whose roommate is raped by a fellow student. The perpetrator is now a Senate candidate who has the backing of major feminist groups . . . which puts Deborah in a difficult position. Torn between her past and present, as the race goes on, Deborah finds herself tested as a wife, a mother, a feminist, and a friend.
Time and Again by Jack Finney Book Summary:
The 50th anniversary edition of the beloved classic that Stephen King has called “THE great time-travel story.” Featuring a brand-new introduction by the New York Times bestselling author of Recursion, Blake Crouch. When advertising artist Si Morley is recruited to join a covert government operation exploring the possibility of time travel, he jumps at the chance to leave his mundane 20th-century existence and step into the past. But he also has another motivation for going back in time: a half-burned letter that tells of a mysterious, tragic death and ominously of “fire which will destroy the whole world.” Traveling to New York City in January 1882 to investigate, he finds a Manhattan teeming with a different kind of life, the waterfront unimpeded by skyscrapers, open-air markets packed with activity, Central Park bustling with horse drawn sleighs—a city on the precipice of great things. At first, Si welcomes these trips as a temporary escape but when he falls in love with a woman he meets in the past, he must choose whether to return to modern life or live in 1882 for good. “Pure New York fun” (Alice Hoffman, New York Times bestselling author), Time and Again is meticulous recreation of New York in the late nineteenth century, exploring the possibilities of time travel to tell an ageless story of love, longing, and adventure. Finney’s magnum opus has been a source of inspiration for countless science fiction writers since its first publication in 1970.
Once and Again by Brenda Harlen Book Summary:
UNDER THE MOONLIGHT Years ago, Jessica Harding gave herself to Nick Armstrong…and lost a piece of her heart in their passion. Now a successful attorney, Jessica returns to her hometown to help a friend in need. And despite her resolve, she loses herself all over again in Nick's intense blue gaze, and allows his hungry kisses to lead her back down memory lane—a journey she'd vowed never to make again. Weakened by her golden eyes, Nick Armstrong knows that Jessica is the woman he's been waiting for. And when her body trembles beneath his touch, old memories—and new hopes—are awakened. But when it's time to say goodbye, will Nick let his soul mate walk away…again?
Now and Again by David Cody Weiss,Bobbi J. G. Weiss Book Summary:
Overwhelmed with her college schedule, Sabrina wishes that she could return to high school, a wish that a dusty old garden gnome decides to grant, causing Sabrina more problems when she finds herself simultaneously in two time zones.
Time and Again by David P. Clauss Book Summary:
Time and Again pits Dr. Bertrum Rusk against the corporate desire for profit and others who would sacrifice advancement to fulfill a personal grudge. Dr. Rusk must weigh and decide what risk is worth taking to see a lifetime of dreams and work either realized or neutralized. Will it be a change to benefit all or possibly cost him more than he can afford to pay.
Time and Again by Richard E. Elkins, PhD and Agnes Lawless Elkins Book Summary:
Time and Again: God’s Sovereignty in the Lives of Two Bible Translators in the Philippines reveals God’s amazing orchestration of events in the lives and ministry of a missionary couple far from home. You’ll see God heal a dying child in answer to prayer, protect a brave pastor from hostile Communist forces, drive away evil spirits, and send an angel to help women in danger. Other remarkable events, such as influential leaders deciding that their whole group will follow God, will help you recognize God’s sovereign working in your own life. In 1953, Richard Elkins began linguistic and anthropological studies of the Western Bukidnon Manobo people in the Philippines. After the Elkins team produced an alphabet system, taught people to read, and translated the New Testament, many Manobos turned from worshiping spirits and embraced the Christian faith.
Alliteration, Again and Again by Larry J. Kricka Book Summary:
The genesis of the alliterations in this book was an email exchange in 2001 with a colleague in Albany, New York. In the emails, we traded alliterations back and forth, variously signing our emails Phrantic in Philadelphia, Accommodating in Albany, Perplexed in Philadelphia and finally, Alliterative in Albany. This email exchange was ultimately the inspiration for my first alliteration about the city of Albany. I then set myself the challenge of exploring the alliterative possibilities of each letter of the alphabet and this slim volume of alliterative verse, Alliteration, Again and Again, is the culmination of that endeavor. My earnest hope is that this work will not be dismissed as: Alliteration, an author affliction and awful addiction, avoiding any actual artistic achievement.!
Again and Again by Leah Yvonne Mullen Book Summary:
Growing up, Sarah just wanted to be loved, but she went about it in the worst possible way. She wants her daughter Bridget's last years in high school to be smooth and trouble free. Most of all she does not want Bridget to become a mother before she is a woman.
Time and Again by Deborah Heal Book Summary:
Tutoring an eleven-year-old for the summer seemed like the perfect college service project for Abby Thomas. But that was before she found herself in a dilapidated old house in Nowhereville, trying to teach Merridetha sullen girl who doesn't want her help. All she has is a pile of useless, musty old books, and Merrideth's definitely not interested.
Time and Again by Linda Horton Book Summary:
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Forever and Again by Melanie A Grice Book Summary:
Kayla Stevens is growing up learning about which people are her true friends. Kayla finds that there are stepping stones that will have to be taken to go on with a normal life. When the greatest dirt bike trickster Dale Constantine enters Kaylas life she takes a turn away from the normal world and discovers that there is a world of the unknown that Dale has introduced to her and they both try to defy the obstacles that permit them to be together forever.
Read Him Again and Again by Andrew Zack Lewis Book Summary:
In Read Him Again and Again, Andrew Zack Lewis explores the reception history of the book of Job and the hermeneutical presuppositions of its interpreters. He pays special attention to the interpretations of Soren Kierkegaard (in his "Upbuilding Discourse" on Job 1:21 and his philosophical novella Repetition), Wilhelm Vischer (in his essay "Hiob, ein Zeuge Jesu Christi"), and Karl Barth (in Church Dogmatics IV.3.1). In looking at Job in these works Lewis examines how each of the thinkers' contexts influence their writings and their understanding of Job. Read Him Again and Again begins with a discussion on the importance of reception history in biblical studies by walking through Mikhail Bakhtin's theories on great time and the chronotope. Great texts, Bakhtin argues, continue to live and grow even after their completion and canonization, expanding in meaning as more readers participate in their interpretations. This is certainly true of the book of Job and Read Him Again and Again shows not only how Kierkegaard, Vischer, and Barth read Job, but also how they inherit the Job of their predecessors in the Christian tradition, maintaining features of earlier allegorical interpretive strategies while remaining firmly established in the critical era.
When the Lioness Roars...Again and Again by A. D. Lawrence Book Summary:
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Born Again and Again by Jon M. Sweeney Book Summary:
With a remarkable range of experiences, Sweeney writes with warmth and affection for the faith he has left behind. And he offers wise reflections on those aspects of fundamentalism that all Christians might learn from.
Time and Again by JiUn Yun Book Summary:
"For this I burned my soul... Live eternally with a broken heart." As war rips through the Tang Dynasty, leaving chaos and destruction in its wake, Baek-On and Ho-Yeon continue to eke out a living as traveling exorcists. While confronting vengeful grudges and putting to rest the lingering spirits of those long dead, Baek-On reflects on the tragic curse that led him to turn his back on the company of the living and follow in his father's footsteps. While the world seems to crumble around him, Baek-On strives to keep moving forward, even if he must do so alone. Follow Ho-Yeon and Baek-On as they journey on in the final volume of Time and Again.
Stories, Time and Again by Jan Irving,Joni Giarratano Book Summary:
Presents ideas for creative, book-based children's programs, and includes such teaching aids as materials lists, reproducible illustrations, and an annotated list of relevant picture books.
Rising Up Again and Again by Horst Schneider Book Summary:
The true and uplifting story of a can-do couple, where love determination, and especialy much humor, overcome the obstacles of war, Old World traditions, and even mothers who fight to keep the young couple apart. Their simple motto: life is a do-it-yourself job - and they are the living proof of that truth.
Time and Again by JiUn Yun Book Summary:
"Sometimes a path can be opened before you through regret and remorse." Even if karma must chase them through time, the guilty will always be punished. But Baek-On's philosophy is challenged when a client refuses the exorcist's advice and chooses instead the guilt-free path. Why is Baek-On so impassioned about taking responsibility for one's past sins? As experience molds and shapes each individual, the tragedies of life highlight the times when people are most likely to change, for better or worse.
Once and Again by Lori Foster Book Summary:
Sawyer and Morgan Hudson—Gabe and their half brothers Gabe and Jordan. What a family! SAWYER Honey Malone was on the run from a killer when she crashed her car near Sawyer Hudson's home. The strong, tender doctor came to her rescue, but Honey feared that if she stayed, he would be in danger, too. What Honey hadn't counted on was Sawyer's protectiveness. He wasn't about to let her go… MORGAN Buckhorn's big, bad sheriff, Morgan Hudson, wanted a wife just like his brother's new bride, Honey Malone. But Honey's sister Misty Malone was hardly marriage material. The dark-haired beauty was downright aggravating—not to mention she'd been found guilty of theft—and she was pregnant by another man. But Morgan was hell-bent on convincing her they'd be perfect together!