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Julie Snow Architects by Julie Snow,Julie Snow Architects Book Summary:
It's an unfortunate reality that architects practicing in the great expanse between the East and West coasts all too often find themselves beyond the radar of the profession's so-called "tastemakers." And it's especially a shame in the case of Julie Snow, a Minneapolis-based architect who has, over the past decade, developed one of the most inventive practices anywhere in the United States. Snow's meticulously constructed work has the structural opacity and formal integrity that characterized Mies van der Rohe's architecture, but with a sense of humanity and a sensitivity to the environment that seems borrowed from her Midwestern progenitor, Frank Lloyd Wright. This, the first monograph on Snow's work, provides in depth documentation of 14 of her residential, institutional, corporate, and public projects, including the Koehler Residence in New Brunswick, Canada, a series of Minneapolis Light Rail Stations, the Minnesota Children's Museum, and the University of South Dakota School of Business. Julie Snow, Architect is produced in collaboration with award-winning designer Andrew Blauvelt, and features an introductory essay by Jan Abrams, director of the Minnesota Design Institute.
Julie Speed by Julie Speed,Elizabeth Ferrer,Edmund P. Pillsbury Book Summary:
Her art brings to mind the work of Renaissance painters, but Julie Speed is unencumbered by the sexual and societal restrictions of past centuries, which gives her the freedom to paint what she wants, the way she wants. This beautifully illustrated volume presents 100 color plates of work in a variety of media.
Julie by Beverley Hansford Book Summary:
Julie Marsden has learned to deal with life. She has already survived the early loss of her parents, a repressive upbringing by her aunt and a brief marriage and divorce. When her aunt dies suddenly, she moves to London but soon finds that her drab image stops her from obtaining a job. Encouraged by her best friend Penny she reinvents herself and transforms into a chic office girl.
Julie Johnson by Wendy Hammond Book Summary:
THE STORY: Julie seems to be having a breakdown. Her two teenage children can't get her to stop crying so they send for her best friend, Claire, to help. Julie has, over time, become completely disillusioned with her life as a New Jersey housewife
Julie and Horace by f. smith Book Summary:
Julie and Horace By: f. smith Julie and Horace: A Love Story of Sorts (I Guess) You Decide follows the romantic misadventures of a young man as he seeks his perfect match. The novel is about settling for less and then realizing that compromising has left you better off. This novel contains loads of laughs, drama, romance, ups and downs, taboo subjects, agreements, screwy disagreements, and plenty of movie, book, and music talk. But is it a love story? You decide.
Mies Julie by Yael Farber Book Summary:
South African born internationally acclaimed director and playwright, Yael Farber, sets her explosive new adaptation of Strindberg's Miss Julie in the remote, bleak beauty of the Eastern Cape Karoo. Transposed to a post-apartheid kitchen a single night, both brutal and tender, unfolds between a black farm-labourer, the daughter of his master and the woman who has raised them both. The visceral struggles of contemporary South Africa are laid bare, as John and Mies Julie spiral in a deadly battle over power, sexuality, mothers and memory. Haunting and violent, intimate and epic, the characters struggle to address issues of reprisal and the reality of what can and cannot ever be recovered.
Julie Blyfield by Stephanie Radok,Dick Richards Book Summary:
Julie Blyfield is one of Australia's leading contemporary jewellers. Her work has consistently kept pace with investigations of location, identity and cross-cultural understanding, and involves an innovative engagement with traditional jewellery and metalwork techniques sourced from all over the world.
Secret Lives of Julie Newmar #0 by N.A Book Summary:
Check out this special edition that features never before seen images. Julie Newmar! Time travel! Rogue scientists! Julie Newmar! Abraham Lincoln! Space aliens! Jim Morrison! And last but not least... Julie Newmar! The wacked out adventure begins now with The Secret Lives Of Julie Newmar, written by New York Times bestselling author Marc Shapiro with out of this world illustration by Emiliano and an eye popping cover by Joe Phillips. Watch out for cross species breeding!
Where's Julie? (A Melodramatic Comedy) by Daniel Guyton Book Summary:
**Winner of the 2001 Short Play Award at the Kennedy Center/ACTF Festival, Region II.** Also, winner of the Northwest Zone High School Drama Festival's Best Production, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actress, and Best Sound Awards in 2008 (BC, Canada).15-year old Julie runs away from home to escape her abusive, alcoholic father, her desperately happy mother, and her autistic younger brother, only to find herself "knocked up" by her too-old Latino boyfriend, harassed by her older sister, and shunned by her Born-Again Christian friend. But, when she contemplates abortion, that's when the play gets really funny. Mature audiences only.
Julie: The Courage to Breathe by Roy E. Ice Book Summary:
"I don't think I'm coming home. Something doesn't feel right," Julie said. She was right. Her lungs functions had dropped to even lower levels and doctors were unsure of what to do next. For the first time in our marriage, I saw my wife using oxygen. With the air flowing, her oxygen levels were 91%. Without it, they were 62%. My Julie's lungs were dying. As the days passed, I would witness her health decline further. As Julie lay motionless throughout the night, I would hold her as we listened to the steady, unrelenting grind of her feeding tube pump. On this hospitalization, the words: End Stage Cystic Fibrosis were spoken for the first time. A double lung transplant would be the only way to save her life. If we could keep her alive long enough, she could walk out of the hospital on her own. She would have to rely on her courage to breathe to do it.
Julie, a Time to Live by Frances Smith Savage Book Summary:
You will have pity from your first encounter with Julie. Pity for the young woman ostracized from her family; gang raped and left for dead. Then her fear will capture you as she struggles to stay alive as the same gang repeatedly attacks. Against all odds, she matures into a strong and capable young woman eager to make her own way in life. Her desire for love is out-weighed by her conviction that she must make her own decisions . . .. Then they strike again. The pages turn easily, and you find yourself engulfed in Julie's time to live. Frances Smith Savage is an Christian author, freelance writer, and mother of three grown children and eight grandchildren. She writes from the vantage point of her life in Southern California. She is retired and lives with her husband of forty-six years in the high desert of California.
Journey for Julie by Stephanie Sydes Book Summary:
Journey for Julie is unique in that the reader is able to follow along with the author as she travels through China to adopt her daughter. The reader is invited to witness the miracle of adoption and discover how God uses trials and setbacks to bring spiritual growth, even half way around the world. The author hopes to answer the question many adoptive families have. “What happens once you get there?” Experience the thrill of finally arriving in China, the heartbreak of being stranded in Beijing, the ecstasy of Gotcha Day and the adventures of coming home to a new family.
Julie the Dreamer by Joyce Ann Whitlock Book Summary:
An autobiography of a young girl growing up in the south whose dream was to become a nurse. She was confronted with many hurdles but would prove to be resilent because of her determination to pursue her dreams no matter what crisis she encountered. The story begins with her birth and continues from grammar school, high school, and admission to college. She experienced many losses; such as, the death of her father and a cheating spouse that would result in a divorce of a marriage that was doomed from the day she said,"I do." The reader will internalize her ups and downs and rejoice as she defeats each battle triumphantly.
Julie Trent and the Lightning by Laura Emmet Book Summary:
Julie Trent is a normal, slightly spoilt, twelve-year-old. During a family barbeque there is a violent lightning storm and Julie is thrown off her feet when a bolt of lightning strikes the ground close to where she is standing. Julie is knocked unconscious and when she comes round the world has changed (or is in the process of being changed). Julie and Roy (her next door neighbor) encounter a fierce creature known as a Troganor--the creature appears to try to kill them, and they are rescued from the creature by a strange man. This man is a Lupas--a race of people who are sworn enemies of the Troganors. The Lupas have come to Earth to rescue humans from the Troganors. Julie and Roy are loaded into a small rescue craft with other children--Sarah, Brad, Stephanie and Jason, the oldest member of the group, who acts as their leader. The children are taken to a larger ship to be transported to a temporary home--The Planet of Light and Hope. It soon becomes clear to Julie and her friends that things are not quite as they appear.
Julie Trent and the Tempest by Laura Emmet Book Summary:
The second book in the series follows on from where the first book left off. Desperate to put right all that has gone wrong since the evil Lupas came to Earth, Julie and her friends go in search of a powerful entity, the Tempest, which is feared by the Lupas and worshiped by the Troganors. The creature is being held prisoner by the Lupas and Julie and the others believe if they can free the Tempest they will be able to defeat the Lupas once and for all. Their quest comes with one deadly warning--if they fail they will have condemned the planet Earth to destruction and humanity to extinction. The second book is filled with even more twists, turns, danger, excitement, magic and humor than the first.
Julie-Ann's Journey by William Panzarella Book Summary:
In 2007, what became known as "The Great Recession" began. But twenty-five-year-old Julie-Ann Crown never felt the pinch. Her father was the CEO of a major financial firm and thanks to the Wall Street bailouts, his company managed to weather the storm. Wrapped in a bubble of limousines, private jets, penthouses, and Monopoly money, Julie-Ann was isolated from the hardships the rest of the country had to endure. But after a personal incident, Julie-Ann takes stock of her young life and decides to travel across America to see how the other half lives. The people she meets along her journey will forever change the way she sees the world. She will learn the true meanings of both adversity and resilience and that the backbone of the United States does not reside on Wall Street or in Washington D.C., but rather across the vast heartland of America.
Mr. Bill and Miss Julie by Phillip Raworth Book Summary:
It was the mid 1970's when the African-American couple, Mr. Bill and Miss Julie looked over the neighborhood, decided there were enough ten year old boys for a Little League Baseball team, and with the help of their friend Mr. Pensfeld, recruited enough boys for a team. As the story unfolds, Mr. Bill coaches with the help of his friend Mr. Pensfeld and his wife becomes the self appointed cheer leader. As each reader progresses through this book, the integrity, honesty and love exhibited by Mr. BIll and Miss Julie will be indelibly imprinted upon their memory. Readers will enjoy the little nuances of coaching that are incorporated into the story and which improve the player's skills as the Little League season progresses. Mr. Bill, prior to coaching this team, has had a stroke and his left side doesn't work very well. The bond between the boys and their coach increases as they take turns helping him move around or bring him a folding chair to sit on while they practice. Although the team loses at first, under Mr. Bills tutelage and Miss Julie's encouragement they eventually win more than just games. The story near the end evokes extreme emotion, but ultimately demonstrates the love between Mr. Bill, Miss Julie and the boys. Although based upon the personalities of an actual African-American couple, the story line of the book is fiction. Whether you are nine or ninety, the book MR. BILL AND MISS JULIE will be an inspiring, fun read!
Julie and the Marigold Boy by Larona Homer Book Summary:
Twelve-year old Julie Morrison is leaving Chicago and flying all the way to the East Coast by herself to visit her grandmother at the shore for a whole month. Julie has no trouble finding new friends to play with, but is quick to learn that Tommy, the "native" boy and the others don't quite get along. When a devastating fire strikes the island, all of the young people put aside thier differences, and join forces to mobilize the entire island for a relief effort.Larona Homer is a New Jersy native and has won several writing awards. Her other books include Blackbeard the Pirate and Other Stories of the Pine Barrens, and The Shore Ghosts and Other Stories of New Jersey.
A Kiss for Julie by Betty Neels Book Summary:
Simply Simon Julie enjoyed her work as a medical secretary at St. Bravo's Hospital, so it came as a shock when her boss announced his retirement. His replacement, Simon van der Driesma, was younger, more energetic and worked her much harder- which she could have accepted if only he would call her Julie, and not "Miss Beckworth" in that cool voice! From the start, both of them had the wrong impression of the other. What would it take for the truth to be revealed?
The Julie Kramer Collection #1 by Julie Kramer Book Summary:
A collection of three page-turners in Julie Kramer’s bestselling series featuring television reporter Riley Spartz—for fans of Janet Evanovich and Sue Grafton. Silencing Sam When a widely despised gossip columnist is found shot to death, TV reporter Riley Spartz must secretly investigate a case in which she becomes the prime suspect. Amid murder, she discovers news and gossip have more in common than she ever imagined. Killing Kate Crime-solving means high ratings for Minnesota TV reporter Riley Spartz when she nails the culprit behind Silencing Sam (“Sexy, sinister.” —Linda Fairstein). But the stakes rise when Riley must piece together a serial killer’s murderous motive for Killing Kate. Shunning Sarah When Riley hears that a young boy is trapped in a sinkhole located in the peaceful Amish farm country outside Minneapolis, her reporter’s nose catches the sweet odor of a TV sweeps piece. But not even Riley realizes just how big the story really is…
The Julie Kramer Reader's Companion by Julie Kramer Book Summary:
A collection of excerpts from Julie Kramer’s novels. SILENCING SAM In this town, gossip kills . . . When a widely despised gossip columnist is found shot to death, Riley Spartz must secretly investigate a case in which she becomes the prime suspect. In the wake of the brutal murder, she discovers that news and gossip have more in common than she ever imagined. KILLING KATE Not all angels are divine . . . As TV reporter Riley Spartz discovers a serial killer drawing chalk outlines shaped like angels around the bodies of his victims, she unearths an eerie legend dating back nearly a century. Tracking clues to an Iowa cemetery, Riley finds an infamous Black Angel monument that may be connected to the string of homicides throughout the Midwest. Now she is up against a delusional young man who believes the statue is urging him to kill. SHUNNING SARAH An insular Amish town . . . A secret that won’t stay buried . . . Minneapolis’s star investigative reporter Riley Spartz is constantly in search of her next TV sweeps piece. When she hears that a young boy is trapped at the bottom of a sinkhole, she smells ratings. Little does she know just how big the story will be—not only does it involve a tragic murder, but the local Amish community as well. Once Riley is on the case, though, she sees that solving it will be anything but easy. DELIVERING DEATH Be careful what you open… When Riley Spartz receives a package of teeth in the mail at work, she’s quickly embroiled in a homicide investigation that spirals into one of the odder cases the Minneapolis police force has ever seen. Though the cops try to keep certain grisly details quiet, this murder has a strange twist—it seems that the killer wants the crime publicized. As the stakes continue to rise for her job and her life, Riley must outwit the killer in a trap that could leave yet another person dead...
Mr Andrew Mackay and Ms Julie Kirkbride by Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Committee on Standards and Privileges Book Summary:
Mr Andrew Mackay was MP for Berkshire East and then Bracknell from 1983 to 2010. His wife, Ms Julie Kirkbride, was MP for Bromsgrove from 1997 to 2010. They had homes in Bromsgrove and in London. For Parliamentary allowance purposes, the Bromsgrove property was Mr Mackay's declared main home and Ms Kirkbride's second home; the London property was Ms Kirkbride's declared main home and Mr Mackay's second home. In October 2009, the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards received a complaint about the claims made by both Ms Kirkbride and Mr Mackay. The complaint against Mr Mackay was that he had wrongly identified the Bromsgrove property as his main home for the purposes of making ACA claims. The complaint against Ms Kirkbride was that she had wrongly claimed against ACA for the cost of building an extension to the same property. The complaint made against Ms Kirkbride is not upheld. Commissioner and Committee conclude, however, that Mr Andrew Mackay breached the rules relating to second home allowances by wrongly designating his home in Bromsgrove as his main home for ACA purposes and because his claims against ACA for his London home were not beyond reproach. The Committee is very disappointed that, even after seeing the Commissioner's full report, Mr Mackay maintains that he did not break the rules, when it is quite clear that he did. Mr Mackay, no longer a Member of Parliament, should apologise in writing.
Julie by Maria Leona Custom Name Covers Book Summary:
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