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Enshrine by Kay Bennson Book Summary:
When Sage Wolfe is accidentally mistaken for a peace offering, her world turns upside down. Dayton, the young, handsome, and insane King of Rosementh whisks her away to his castle to be his bride with the promise that he can give her the world and anything she desires. These offers becoming tainted as Dayton's true colors show themselves; he is cruel and violent and Sage vows to run away or die trying. Just when Sage thinks she is hitting rock bottom, a hooded stranger named Jonathan Kreider comes to the castle. He doesn't say much but his actions speak for themselves. Not only can he wield a sword or shoot an arrow better than most of Dayton's men, but he always seems to be a step behind Sage, and though it should terrify her, for the first time Sage finds herself filling with hope. Sage is faced with a choice. Should she run away from the wicked king who took her away from her family? Or should she stay to learn more about the man who lurks in the shadows, the man that makes her heart race and almost makes suffering Dayton's wrath worthwhile? Sage is about to discover that nothing is as it seems and everyone has secrets; Dayton, the man that calls himself Jonathan Kreider, and even herself.
Enshrine - Large Print by Chelle Bliss Book Summary:
LARGE PRINT EDITION.After a phone call changes my life, I shut the world out. Paralyzed by the fear, the darkness becomes inescapable. When I refuse to open my door, my best friend goes to the most notorious man in town.Bruno's known to everyone in the neighborhood - he's feared and only spoken about in whispers. Only there's a problem - after he breaks down my door, he doesn't want to leave.I never expected to find a man with a heart bigger than his reputation. But just like illusions, things are never what they seem. With fear surrounding me, only he can chase away the shadows.This isn't your typical love story - it's a story of fight and survival. Most importantly, it's about finding the light and basking in the rays.
House of Commons - International Development Committee: Implications for Development in the Event of Scotland Becoming and Independent Country - HC 692 by Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: International Development Committee Book Summary:
The UK's aid programme, much of which is delivered from Scotland, is genuinely transformational. The UK provided £8.7 billion of aid in 2012/13, but it is the quality of this aid - not just its quantity - which sets the UK apart. As part of the UK, Scotland makes a tremendous contribution to all this. If Scotland were to become an independent country, its development agency would inevitably be a much smaller player. From 2013 onwards, the UK Government plans to spend 0.7% of Gross National Income on Official Development Assistance. If Scotland were to become independent, the UK's overall GNI - and the amount of money it spends on ODA - would fall. "Scotland has 8.3% of the UK's population share, so we estimate that the UK's ODA would fall by around 8.3%, or £1 billion. DFID's work - either its bilateral programmes or its funding to multilateral organisations - would inevitably then be subject to cuts. MPs are also concerned that during any transitional period, the restructuring of DFID and the setup of an independent Scottish development agency would divert management attention towards restructuring and away from frontline delivery by both agencies. In addition, a significant proportion of DFID's workforce is based at its Scottish office in East Kilbride, including a number of senior staff. By contrast, the number of jobs available with an independent Scottish development agency is likely to be relatively few (or the new Scottish development agency would be heavily overstaffed). The impact on jobs would therefore be substantial.
Enshrining by N.A Book Summary:
Familiar Quotations Enrolling ndash; EnterAll hope abandon, ye who enter here!ndash;Dante AlighieriAbandon all hope, all ye who enter here.ndash;AnonymousWhat you have to do is enter the fiction of America, enter America as fiction. It is, indeed, on this fictive basis that it dominates the world.ndash;Jean BaudrillardI did not enter the labor Party forty-seven years ago to have our manifesto written by Dr. Mori, Dr. Gallup and Mr. Harris.ndash;Tony BennLife is full and overflowing with the new. But it is necessary to empty out the old to make room for the new to enter.ndash;Eileen CaddyDoubt is the vestibule through which all must pass before they can enter into the temple of wisdom.ndash;Charles Caleb ColtonWithout the power of the Industrial Union behind it, Democracy can only enter the State as the victim enters the gullet of the Serpent.ndash;James ConnollyI would not enter in my list of friends, Who needlessly sets foot upon a worm. An inadvertent step may crush the snail That crawls at evening in the public path, But he has the humanity, forewarned, Will tread aside, and let the reptile live.ndash;William CowperI say to myself that I mustn't let myself be cut off in there, and yet the moment I enter my bag is taken out of my hand, I'm pushed in, shepherded, nursed and above all cut off, alone. Whitehall envelops me.ndash;Richard CrossmanIn that way imagination and intelligence enter into our existence in the part of servants of the primary instincts.ndash;Albert Einstein
The Last Campaign by Anthony Clark Book Summary:
Learn the hidden politics & history of presidential libraries, our taxpayer-funded American shrines - including the untold story of a president who broke the law to build his library on a tract of spectacular land: a primary training base for the United States Marines. The president took it anyway - during a time of war - and created a new bureaucracy to cover up his actions; only his other, larger crimes put an end to his scheme. "The Last Campaign" examines what presidents do to keep us from knowing what presidents do: skewed history, self-commemoration, the influence of private money and political organizations, and a compromised government agency - the National Archives, which operates the libraries. Presidential library expert Anthony Clark recounts his attempts, as a private citizen and as a senior Congressional staffer, to rein in the system's worst abuses. Unrestrained commemoration, unregulated - and undisclosed - contributions, and unchecked partisan politics have radically altered the look and purpose of presidential libraries, changing them from impartial archives of history into extravagant, legacy-building showplaces where the goals of former presidents, their families, financial donors, and the national parties trump accuracy and the (often inconvenient) facts. Using records discovered over twelve years of research and repeated visits to all the presidential libraries, the National Archives, and other sources, Clark deftly narrates the ways presidents rewrite history. And how their private, political foundations use government institutions to raise millions of dollars for political purposes. He tells the story of the most political Archivist of the United States, and why his deplorable actions still resonate, still matter to us, more than twenty years later. Americans deserve fair and accurate history in the libraries for which we pay; history based on records, not politics. But while presidents run for posterity, dedicating their self-congratulatory museums an average of four years after leaving office (complete with exhibits created to glorify them and their achievements), the records that show what actually happened won't be opened for more than a hundred years...unless we decide to do something, and reform our presidential libraries.
Buddhism in China by Haicheng Ling Book Summary:
Photo Album - Chinese Religions Series. Since being introduced to China, Buddhism has combined with traditional Chinese culture to form various schools, each with ethnic characteristics. Buddhism in China with these fascinating photos gives a comprehensive introduction to Buddhism and traces its evolution and development in China.
The Forbidden Relations and the Early Tannaim by John W. McGinley Book Summary:
Is there an idiosyncratically Jewish hermeneutic? Did such ever obtain in Jewish history? Is there an idiosyncratically Jewish theology? Did such ever obtain in Jewish history? Did the two ever obtain at once and together in Jewish history? The answer to all of these questions is: Yes. Come and explore -- with an idiosyncratically odd interpreter of things Jewish -- a special brief moment in the history of Jewish letters. One is speaking of roughly 75 CE to roughly 95 CE. Come and explore what was birthed in that time period. Come and explore how what was birthed in that time period came to be rejected and suppressed on the day of the coiled snake. Come and explore how, miraculously, what was rejected and suppressed ended up being re-inscribed in the final redaction of the Bavli, rendering that written production as the quintessential expression of what is idiosyncratically Jewish.
The Saturday Review of Politics, Literature, Science and Art by N.A Book Summary:
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The Saturday Review of Politics, Literature, Science, Art, and Finance by N.A Book Summary:
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