No Shortage Of Good Days

Author: John Gierach
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 074329176X
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A collection of fly-fishing essays reflect the author's visits to regions ranging from the Smokies to the Canadian Maritimes, where he explored such interests as fishing etiquette, mosquitoes, and the charms of third-rate streams.

There Is No Shortage Of Freight Cars Railroads Must Make Better Use Of What They Have

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Tikkun

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Into The Deep

Author: Susan McBride Els
Editor: Heinemann Educational Books
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A student of creativity for the past twenty years, Susan Els turns her researcher's eye on herself and discovers few of the typical concerns pointed to by creativity theorists.

Engineering News Record

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Economic Power Of Labor Organizations

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Banking and Currency
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Industrial Employment Information Bulletin

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Designing A Woman S Life

Author: Judith Couchman
Editor: Multnomah
ISBN: 9780880708371
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For women who want to discover how to move beyond mere existence to lives overflowing with meaning and purpose. Sensitively explores timeless longings and the issue of personal significance.

Therapist Stories Of Inspiration Passion And Renewal

Author: Michael F. Hoyt
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1136240098
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Why do you practice psychotherapy? In this exciting volume, some of the field’s leading therapists tell true stories which evoke the pleasures, joys, and satisfactions that inspire passion for therapeutic work. Rather than focusing on the stresses and strains of being a clinician, these dramatic, poignant, wise, sometimes humorous and always soulful stories will help you gain (or regain) hope and excitement, and ultimately inspire a recommitment to a profession that, at its heart and soul, is about helping people.

Talking Book Topics

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God Knows Life Gets Hard

Author: Marilyn Kielbasa
Editor: Sorin Books
ISBN: 9781893732681
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With practical suggestions and the shared stories of others who have experienced tough times, Kielbasa shows how readers can have faith in what the future may hold.

Serial Set No 5800 6599

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Culturefront

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There Will Be Better Days

Author: Elizabeth Waite
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0751556912
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Flame-haired beauty Chloe Collard watched her mother struggle through life, scraping together pennies in order to provide for her and her brothers, so Chloe promised herself something a long time ago: she would get a proper education and make something of herself. This vow would carry Chloe through her entire life. When Chloe is offered a job as a personal assistant in a prestigious firm, she finally feels that her hard work is paying off. And with romance knocking at her door, a happy and fulfilled life is just around the corner. But all is not as it seems and the decisions Chloe has to make may not be as straightforward as they first appear . . . From the East End of London to Brighton, this rags-to-riches romance is a story of how a little hope and a lot of determination will see you through the toughest of times. It's the perfect read for fans of Maureen Lee, Annie Murray and Pam Weaver.

Potato Magazine

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Pototo Magazine

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No 736

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Fruit Intelligence

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Industrial Employment Survey Bulletin No 1 Jan 1921

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Ava Gardner

Author: Ava Gardner
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1471101169
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Ava Gardner was one of the most glamorous and famous stars in Hollywood in the 1940s and 1950s. Her list of films includes The Killers, Showboat and Mogambo, for which she was nominated for an Academy Award for best actress, and her co-stars included Clark Gable, Gregory Peck, Burt Lancaster, Humphrey Bogart, Charlton Heston, and Richard Burton - the A-list of male Hollywood stars. Married three times - to Mickey Rooney, Artie Shaw, and Frank Sinatra - the first two lasted only about a year each whilst her marriage to Sinatra lasted several. She had a long-running affair with Howard Hughes, and a briefer one with George C. Scott, among others. In Ava Gardner, she has much to say about her husbands and lovers, and some of her co-stars,all of whom get Gardner's unflinchingly honest treatment. Ava Gardner is irresistibly candid and surprising. She began the book because, as she told Evans, 'it's either write the book or sell the jewels and I'm kinda fond of the jewels.' At the time of their collaboration Gardner was living in London, where she had lived for decades, smoking and drinking heavily. Having suffered a stroke that damaged the left side of her face and her left arm she had trouble sleeping and was often depressed - the glamorous wardrobes replaced by grey. Her story could itself have been depressing except for her wit and wickedness, which are on full display in this book. This book tells the story of her life as she wanted to tell it. Ava Gardner is the autobiography that Ava Gardner began with writer Peter Evans in 1988. She never finished it and decided against publishing it because of its frankness. She later collaborated on a tamer autobiography, which was published at her death in 1990. After Gardner's death, her estate authorised the book to be published much as she and Evans had originally conceived it.