The Selected Works Of Isaac Of Stella

Author: Isaac (of Stella)
Editor: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 9780754653660
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This book presents an invaluable selection of sermons and theological treatises of the twelfth century author, Isaac of Stella. The English born abbot of the French Cistercian monastery of Stella on the Isle of Re is one of the most inspiring, yet equally elusive, representatives of the great twelfth-century Cistercian Renaissance more widely associated with the person of Bernard of Clairvaux. The astonishing spiritual and intellectual depth of Isaac's surviving writings makes him a valuable read for anyone aiming to receive a complete picture of the intellectual heritage of the Middle Ages.Of the twenty-five sermons by Isaac presented in this volume, ten are made available here in an English translation for the first time. These are accompanied with two new studies examining Isaac of Stella's work from an historical, literary as well as theological perspective."

Divine Stella Devine

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Editor: Pioneer Drama Service, Inc.
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Stella

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Stella Manhattan

Author: Silviano Santiago
Editor: Duke University Press
ISBN: 9780822314981
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Eduardo, a young gay Brazilian from a prominent family, is shipped off to New York in 1969 to work in the consulate, where he is taken under the wing of Colonel Vianna, the military attache, an old friend of his family, who is also gay, and a gay Cuban neighbor

Eating Stella Style

Author: George Stella
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781416590491
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Professional chef George Stella serves up a feast of inspiration and 125 delicious recipes to kick-start any weight-loss plan! George Stella lost more than 250 pounds on a low-carb eating plan and has turned thousands of fans on to Stella Style -- eating fresh, natural foods prepared with minimum effort for maximum taste. In Eating Stella Style, he shows readers how to tailor his recipes to fit any personalized weight-loss plan, whether it's low carb, low fat, or low calorie. He inspires even the most jaded dieters to begin a new eating lifestyle and shows them how to stay on track. But Eating Stella Style is really about mouthwatering recipes: How does a Hot Ham and Cheese Egg Roll sound for breakfast? Or Strawberry and Mascarpone Cream Crêpes, Stella Style Baked Eggs Benedict, or Coconut Macaroon Muffins? For lunch or dinner, choose Grilled Portabella and Montrachet Salad, Wood-Grilled Oysters with Dill Butter, Kim's Stuffed Chicken Breasts with Lemony White Wine Sauce, Shaved Zucchini Parmesan Salad, or Spaghetti Squash with Clams Provençal Sauce. Satisfy your snack cravings with Better Cheddar Cheese Crisps, Devilish Deviled Eggs with Tuna, or Cheesy Pecan Cookies. And for dessert, try Pumpkin Pound Cake, Lemon Meringue Pie, Honeydew and Blackberry Granita, or Chocolate Pecan Truffles. Perfect for both devoted Stella Style fans and new converts, Eating Stella Style will tempt you with tasty, flexible recipes that satisfy everyone!

Frank Stella 1970 1987

Author: William Stanley Rubin
Editor: The Museum of Modern Art
ISBN: 9780870705991
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Shows examples of Stella's large scale paintings, constructions, and reliefs created over the last seventeen years, and discusses the themes, style, and materials of his work.

Paul Mccartney And Stella Mccartney

Author: Tim Ungs
Editor: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc
ISBN: 9781404202634
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Describes the McCartney family, discussing the success of Paul in the music business and Stella in the fashion industry and looks at family life.

Stella

Author: Catherine Johnson
Editor: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 9780192752314
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A vivdly-written novel with a strong main character - a girl of mixed race in Victorian London. The author, herself of mixed race, has written sensitively on these topics before.Stella works as a stage clairvoyant, taught the tricks of the trade by Nana, her guardian. When Nana dies suddenly, Stella is left alone to fend for herself, battling against those who try to cheat her and eventually finding out the truth about her own, unknown parents.Catherine R Johnson is establishing a name for writing about mixed-race teenagers - her previous book, Hero, published simultaneously in B-format, deals with slavery and prejudice, also in a historical context. She lives in East London and is Book Trust's Children's Literature Co-ordinator forLondon, Writer in Residence at Holloway Prison, and a holder of a Royal Literary Fellowship.

Stella

Author: Hope Moskal
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1105631656
Size: 16,20 MB
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Stella

Author: Richard Winder
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0987757709
Size: 14,99 MB
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Her name is Stella. She loves sunshine and fresh bagels, and absolutely hates space travel. She's a rookie cop, making her way in a 25th Century world complicated by Universal Legal Care and automation taxes. Cornered by a villainous conspiracy, she is trapped aboard an antique star-liner mockingly called the City of One. There she finds new friends, intrigue, and the fight of her life. Cyborg warriors from a long-forgotten colony threaten her, the ship, and civilized space. Is this the end of everything? Not if Stella can help it!