Serging For Softies

Author: Jennie Rayment
Editor: JR Publications
ISBN: 9780952467571
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Searching For The Queen S Cowboys

Author: Tony Maxwell
Editor: Tony Maxwell
ISBN: 0968325610
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While making a documentary film about a Canadian regiment that fought in the South African Anglo-Boer War (1899 - 1902), South African - born Tony Maxwell returned to his homeland after a 40-year absence to rediscover a country that was enchanting, shocking, unbelievably beautiful and, at times, frightening. Travelling with his son Brad in search of old battlefields and graveyards, Tony learned about the intersecting history of South Africa and Canada, while recalling his personal stories of growing up in apartheid South Africa. He tells these stories with a blend of humour and an understanding of the history that shaped the country

Searching For The Promised Land

Author: Magnus C. Granath
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By Searching

Author: Isobel Kuhn
Editor: Moody Publishers
ISBN: 9781575675107
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Isobel Miller gave up God for worldly pursuits. But as graduation approached and her engagement was broken, she questioned that decision. 'If You will prove to me that You are, and if You will give me peace, I will give You my whole life.' God heard Isobel's prayers and responded. He reached out to her, ending years of searching and building her up for decades of fruitful missionary service with her husband, John Kuhn, in China.

Searching For Closure

Author: Iona Morrison
Editor: The Wild Rose Press Inc
ISBN: 1509234551
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An Arizona heatwave, a murder, and a ghost searching for closure give Peyton Reynolds all she can handle on her long-awaited vacation. When a body is found at the bottom of the pool of the resort she's staying at, Peyton leaps into action, starting CPR. She stops when she sees the young man's ghost watching her actions. And he's not alone. Detective Jaxon Kincaid knows that Peyton is hiding something. How did she know the caliber of the weapon which killed the victim? And why is she so nervous and combative when she talks to him? He's fascinated, but wary of this beautiful redhead. As their attraction grows, and as Peyton inserts herself into his case, can he protect her from someone who seems to want them both dead?

Searching For Right

Author: Brittney Holmes
Editor: Urban Books
ISBN: 1622862244
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Lauren, Jayda, Danielle, and Brenda are finishing their senior year of high school. They seem to have perfect lives, but these girls have more to worry about than finals and college applications. Lauren has an inextinguishable infatuation with her history teacher, and she will do whatever it takes to get what she wants, even if it means hurting herself, her friends, or someone who truly loves her. As she plans to celebrate her eighteenth birthday, she concentrates her attention on making it one she'll always remember. Jayda has the closest relationship with Lauren, but even she can't sway her friend from making decisions she will regret. Besides, she has her own problems. With her parents' marriage in turmoil, she has to be the backbone of her family. Can she balance that with her new love interest, who comes from a completely different background than she does? Danielle's a single mother who has enough on her plate without having to deal with her pessimistic mother always telling her that she can do nothing right. When she makes a new friend, he brings a breath of fresh air into her life. With his help, she's making strides to become the woman she's always hoped to be. Brenda is the brainiac of the foursome, but doesn't seem to be very smart when it comes to men. When she messes up something good with a great guy, she realizes where her problems lie and confronts her mother head-on. These young women on the brink of adulthood are struggling to handle their issues. As God is introduced to them in unusual ways, they find themselves on a journey they'll never forget.

Searching For The Postmark

Author: Jeff Donovan
Editor: Trafford Publishing
ISBN: 1412000254
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Can one place help two people come to terms with the past, and can a series of long-distance letters provide the basis for a future? Reaching out into Lake Michigan, the slender peninsula of Door County, Wisconsin is a place of idyllic beauty and rustic charm - of sailboats and sunsets, dormant cherry orchards, and dry-docked wooden fishing boats. It is a place Brian Bailey loves - and tries to escape to. But the quaint tourist towns, quiet back roads, and weathered gray barns offer little respite from his memories. Memories never known bring Colleen O'Connell from Arizona to The Door in search of the places her brother held dear. Hoping to find remembrance in a place she's never been, she finds instead an old farmhouse, perched atop a hill. The story of two people brought together by the very distance that separates them, Searching for the Postmark asks difficult and uniquely human questions about what it means to live, love, and die - and how the fellowship of family helps us find meaning in the fleeting nature of our existence. From the remembrance and longing of autumn to the excitement and hope of spring, Brian and Colleen's journey through the seasons tells a story of holding on and letting go, of memories kept and created, of letters sent and unsent. A beautifully descriptive and deeply introspective testament to the power of people and place, Searching for the Postmark is a summer read that will stay with you into fall, and winter. "What I hope to have written," writes author Jeff Donovan, "is a book that, in addition to telling a nice story, will also give the reader pause to think and reflect, on the death of a loved one, and on that from which we draw meaning in our lives." A thought provoking love story about accepting the loss of a loved one, Searching for the Postmark will appeal to anyone who finds special meaning in the dream of Door County, and have meaning for anyone who has lost a special loved one.

Searching For Love

Author: Andrea Warren
Editor: Starfire
ISBN: 9780553262926
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Denise Lambert risks her relationship with her new boyfriend, Mike, to search for her unknown real mother, who had given her up for adoption at birth.

Searching For God In America

Author: Hugh Hewitt
Editor: W Publishing Group
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Presents interviews with eight distinguished thinkers and religious leaders as well as the writings of Americans from colonial times to the present that reflect on the history of faith in American life

The Searching Heart

Author: Anne Shore
Editor: Dell Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780440177319
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Searching For Recognition

Author: Irene Rostagno
Editor: Praeger
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"Significant book for history of Latin American literature in English-language translation. Focusing on Waldo Frank's contributions, Rostagno chronicles changing North American attitudes toward Latin American literature. Other chapters deal with Blanche and Alfred Knopf, the serial El Corno Emplumado, the impact(s) of the Cuban Revolution, and the Center for Inter-American Relations. The take of any 'promotion,' however, is far more complicated than Rostagno indicates"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58.

World Wide Web Searching For Dummies

Author: Brad Hill
Editor: For Dummies
ISBN: 9780764500220
File Size: 27,14 MB
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This is a guide to navigating the World Web Web with search tools and techniques. The book covers 14 search facilities available, including Infoseek, Excite, Lycos, OpenText, Inktomi and Yahoo!

Punch

Author: Henry Mayhew
Editor:
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Palm Size Softies

Author: Hitomi Takahashi
Editor: Creative Publishing int'l
ISBN: 9781589235618
File Size: 62,38 MB
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Packed with more than 40 unique, adorable projects, Palm-Size Softies shows you how easy it is to create some of the most stylish stuffed toys around. Full-color images provide a panoramic view of each critter, and the step-by-step instructions and included templates will make construction of your new friends effortless and quick. Whether you’re searching for a loveable little pup, kitten, bunny, or bear, you’ll find a fun, fast, low-cost craft project that the whole family will enjoy. Easy-to-find materials and distinctive fabrics will give your projects personalities all their own.

Lippincott S Monthly Magazine

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Temple Bar

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Searching For Certainty

Author: Darrell Jay Bricker
Editor: Doubleday of Canada
ISBN:
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“The 1990s was a decade of reckoning that compressed our spirits as well as our bank accounts. We hunkered down through a prolonged winter of decline before finally, at decade’s end, emerging to breathe in the first stirrings of national recovery. The long journey tested our confidence in the country, its governments, our employers and even ourselves.... Happily, we discovered a new inner strength, and the wisdom to take advantage of global trends and to build a new social and cultural Canada in the post-Trudeau era.” – from Searching for Certainty Darrell Bricker, president of the leading market research firm in Canada, and Ed Greenspon, political columnist for The Globe and Mail, join forces to offer a comprehensive report on the new economic, social and cultural Canada - the dramatic changes wrought by globalization and technologicial innovation over the last two decades as well as the more subtle shifts in how we approach work, health care and education. Using the most up-to-date and complete data available, they analyze economic trends, from global trade to the workplace, and trace the ways in which Canadian society and culture have been transformed. They reveal that Canada has emerged from the late twentieth century a stronger and more dynamic society. Far from becoming more American, the new mindset is steeped in Canadian traditions of tolerance and community. In the aftermath of the 1990s, Canada is a society searching more than ever before for certainy, not promises - for quality of life, not quantity of goods. One example: a decade ago, Canadians had never heard of the Internet, and the public equated new technology with job loss. By the fall of 2000, 70 per cent of adults - more than 15 million individuals - were connected to the Internet at home or work or school. By the end of 2001, four out of five Canadians will probably enjoy access. How is the Internet changing our health care, our political unity, how we shop, even our power in relation to governments and corporations? Searching for Certainty is a smart and entertaining, fact-filled account of how the changes over the last two decades affect us now and will determine how we feel and what we want tomorrow. Combining demographic statistics with a journalist's keen eye for real-life stories, Bricker and Greenspon offer valuable insights for business and public policy, and practical tips on how to survive and prosper in the new economy.