Searching For The Sound

Author: Phil Lesh
Editor: Little Brown
ISBN: 9780316145862
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The bass player for the greatest improvisational band in American history tells the full, true story of his life, Jerry Garcia, and the Dead. of photos.

Searching For Socialism

Author: Leo Panitch
Editor: Verso
ISBN: 1788738349
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A new and essential history of the Labour new left from Tony Benn to Jeremy Corbyn. Jeremy Corbyn's rapid ascent to the leadership of the Labour Party, driven by a groundswell of popular support particularly among the young, was met at the time by a baffled media. Just where did Jeremy Corbyn come from? In Searching for Socialism, Leo Panitch and Colin Leys argue that it is only by understanding Corbyn's roots in the Bennite Labour new left's long struggle to transcend the limits of "parliamentary socialism" and democratise the party, as a precondition for democratising the state, can you understand his surge to become leader of the party. Offering a lucid and gripping history of the Labour new left from its origins in the inter-party struggles of the 1960s until today, Panitch and Leys show how the defeat of that project paved the way for the embrace of neoliberalism under New Labour, but also how new political forces came to coalesce for a renewed socialist political mobilisation in the 21st Century.

Hearing On The Searching For And Cutting Regulations That Are Unnecessarily Burdensome Scrub Act Of 2014

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Regulatory Reform, Commercial and Antitrust Law
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Searching For Extraterrestrial Intelligence

Author: H. Paul Shuch
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783642131967
File Size: 14,63 MB
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This book is a collection of essays written by the very scientists and engineers who have led, and continue to lead, the scientific quest known as SETI, the search for extraterrestrial intelligence. Divided into three parts, the first section, ‘The Spirit of SETI Past’, written by the surviving pioneers of this then emerging discipline, reviews the major projects undertaken during the first 50 years of SETI science and the results of that research. In the second section, ‘The Spirit of SETI Present’, the present-day science and technology is discussed in detail, providing the technical background to contemporary SETI instruments, experiments, and analytical techniques, including the processing of the received signals to extract potential alien communications. In the third and final section, ‘The Spirit of SETI Future’, the book looks ahead to the possible directions that SETI will take in the next 50 years, addressing such important topics as interstellar message construction, the risks and assumptions of interstellar communications, when we might make contact, what aliens might look like and what is likely to happen in the aftermath of such a contact.

Searching For The Franklin Expedition

Author: Robert Randolph Carter
Editor: Annapolis, Md. : Naval Institute Press
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The diary of a young member of the rescue party sent to find British explorer Sir John Franklin in 1850 describes their hardships and frustrations.

Searching For Molecular Solutions

Author: Ian S. Dunn
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780470551448
File Size: 13,20 MB
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A comprehensive look at empirical approaches to molecular discovery, their relationships with rational design, and the future of both Empirical methods of discovery, along with serendipitous and rational design approaches, have played an important role in human history. Searching for Molecular Solutions compares empirical discovery strategies for biologically useful molecules with serendipitous discovery and rational design, while also considering the strengths and limitations of empirical pathways to molecular discovery. Logically arranged, this text examines the different modes of molecular discovery, empha-sizing the historical and ongoing importance of empirical strategies. Along with a broad overview of the subject matter, Searching for Molecular Solutions explores: The differing modes of molecular discovery Biological precedents for evolutionary approaches Directed evolutionary methods and related areas Enzyme evolution and design Functional nucleic acid discovery Antibodies and other recognition molecules General aspects of molecular recognition Small molecule discovery approaches Rational molecular design The interplay between empirical and rational strategies and their ongoing roles in the future of molecular discovery Searching for Molecular Solutions covers several major areas of modern research, development, and practical applications of molecular sciences. This text offers empirical-rational principles of broad relevance to scientists, professionals, and students interested in general aspectsof molecular discovery, as well as the thought processes behind experimental approaches. Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.

Searching For The Morning Star

Author: Shelli Jones
Editor: Harrison House Incorporated
ISBN: 9780892744961
File Size: 24,21 MB
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Searching For The Promised Land

Author: Magnus C. Granath
File Size: 56,67 MB
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The Imperial Dictionary

Author: John Ogilvie
File Size: 44,21 MB
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Searching For Che

Author: Harold Anderson
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1469144263
File Size: 17,52 MB
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Searching For Che is about a mans quest to find a childhood friend somewhere in Latin America. This novel follows a high school teacher from school tragedy on the hallowed grounds of a New York prep school to the remotest pueblos of Latin America. Will Dunlop is a high school teacher at the end of his tenure. Distracted by his impending divorce, he takes the blame for a tragic school shooting by one of his students. To save his career, he must travel to Latin America to find a childhood friend: Amy Phipps. Amy is the estranged daughter of a wealthy New England family. Obsessed with Che Guevara, she ran away from home to follow the steps of the late revolutionary figure. Using cryptic letters she sent her mother, Will travels from Mexico to Cuba to Guatemala to Bolivia searching for the girl who does not wish to be found. As he travels from pueblo to pueblo, he begins to think hes being followed. Could it be the same person following the Phipps girl in her letters? Or could it be the effects from the malaria pills that have been giving him such strange dreams?

Searching For Arizona S Buried Treasures

Author: Ron Quinn
Editor: BZB Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 1939050405
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Searching for hidden treasures in the Tubac and Tumacocori mountains, few have ever heard of, we discovered places that have never been visited by others to this day. The four of us finally unearthed a medium-size buried treasure south of Tucson, Arizona, which consisted of 82 pounds of Spanish gold bullion.

Searching For The River

Author: Greg Simon
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Searching For A Past

Author: Jayne E. Schooler
Editor: Pinon Press
File Size: 14,53 MB
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Searching For The Spirit Of Enterprise

Author: Larry C. Farrell
Editor: E P Dutton
ISBN: 9780525935735
File Size: 79,69 MB
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An investigation into the business practices of great entrepreneurs and their high-growth companies argues that the key to success in the twenty-first century is old-fashioned entrepreneurism. 35,000 first printing. $35,000 ad/promo.

Searching For Stars

Author: Geoffrey Macnab
Editor: A&C Black
ISBN: 9780304333523
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Explores the reasons behind British cinema's failure to create its own stars. The text looks at the way theatre and music hall spawned their stars, and asks why so many of them found the transition to film so awkward. It compares the British star system with that of Hollywood. What sort of contracts were British stars offered? How much were they paid? Who dealt with their publicity? How did Britsh fans regard them? There are essays on key figures (Novello, Fields, Formby, Dors, Bogarde, Mason, Matthews), and assessment of how British stars fared in Hollywood, an analysis of the effects of class and regional prejudice on attempts at British star-making, and a survey of the British comedy tradition, and some of the questions about how genre affected the star system.

Searching For The Castle

Author: Barbara Leigh Ohrstrom
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 1491713089
File Size: 11,58 MB
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Like cowboys turning in the saddle to look at where they came from, Searching for the Castle documents the backtrail of author Barbara Leigh Ohrstrom’s adoption. It begins with her urgency as an eighteen-year-old woman initiating her search for her birth parents. Her recollection includes court petitions, letters, Division of Social Service documents, and other original documents usually buried behind the lock and key of the law. In this memoir, she narrates the unearthing of her history and that of her family. Some of her discoveries are filled with pain, while others are joyful, including locating sisters, another brother, and eventually nieces and a nephew. A story of how one woman comes to terms with her identity, Searching for the Castle tells of real people doing the best they can to live and love in the often heartbreaking circumstances of life. As Ohrstrom shares her journey to find her birth parents, she reveals her emotions throughout the process, discovering that her identity is self-created, but also that her being is governed, in part, by her ancestors and family lines. Searching for the Castle communicates the message that love creates families and that the family to which Ohrstrom belonged in foster care gave her a mother, father, and family filled with love and decency.

Searching For The Light

Author: Kenneth Kirkwood
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1465314997
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Join me in an adventure where dreams are merged with reality and where nothing is as it seems. It was useless! The horrible images that surrounded the last days of the presidents life finally took over, and what little sanity I had left vanished as I plunged myself into an alternate state of reality. It was almost as if I was watching myself on a video as the events leading up to the presidents death began to unfold in the midst of my dreamlike state. At times, I could not tell whether I was actually dreaming or if I was really reliving the past. A sudden knock on the door seemed to jar me back to reality. -George-

Searching For Safe Spaces

Author: Myriam J. A. Chancy
Editor: Temple University Press
ISBN: 9781566395403
File Size: 68,67 MB
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As they rework traditional literary forms, artists such as Joan Riley, Beryl Gilroy, M. Nourbese Philip, Dionne Brand, Makeda Silvera, Audre Lorde, Rosa Guy, Michelle Cliff, and Marie Chauvet give voice to Afro-Caribbean women's alienation and longing to return home. Whether the return home is realized geographically or metaphorically, the poems, fiction, and film considered in this book speak boldly of self-definition and transformation.

Searching For Grace

Author: Cynthia Kear
Editor: HMR Limited
ISBN: 9781901730029
File Size: 67,63 MB
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A novel about a mother and two daughters. One daughter follows in her father's footsteps and becomes a doctor, the other rebels to be a painter. The mother uses e-mail to keep in touch with the first one, who is fighting aids in Africa.

Searching For Crazy Horse

Author: Kurt Philip Behm
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 9781467035415
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Award wining author Kurt Philip Behm’s third novel, ‘Searching For Crazy Horse,’ is the seminal work of a forty-year search for the truth within himself. While touring the Rocky Mountains by motorcycle since 1967, he started to hear a voice from deep inside himself talking to him, and saying things that at first he could not understand. The great Crazy Horse’s words were confusing when first spoken, but once heard clearly, they allowed the author to break through his own limitations, and finally set himself free. Ride with them together, as they travel the high mountains along the spine of the ‘Great Divide.’ You will come away with a better understanding of what it meant to be truly free, in a time when the American landscape was big enough to hold all of one’s imagination within its heart. And where the true magic within a dream, was in dreaming it together.