The North End

Author: Fred Langone
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Where It All Began

Author: Ann Cornelisen
Editor: E P Dutton
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The author reflects on the war-torn Italy she first encountered and fell in love with in 1954 and offers an American's impression of Italian men and women

Where It All Began

Author: Cathy Peters-Sidebottom
Editor: Page Publishing Inc
ISBN: 168456798X
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Santa tells the children of the night Jesus was born.

Where It All Began

Author: Madge Malcolm
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Where It All Began

Author: Jean-Marie Ogez
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The Kitchen Where It All Began

Author: Mildred Sanders Ruggles
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It All Began With A Bean

Author: Katie McKy
Editor: Tanglewood Press
ISBN: 1933718234
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Begins by introducing foods that may produce farts, and relates the series of events set in motion by a boy dropping some beans from a burrito.

The Beginning Where It All Began

Author: Larry Benoit
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Roosevelt Raceway Where It All Began

Author: Billy Haughton
Editor: Independently Published
ISBN: 9781792159015
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Roosevelt Raceway: Where It All Began was written to rekindle the exhilarating times that took place at one of the best harness racetracks in the nation. The story begins in the forties with a man named George Morton Levy, a New York attorney who represented some of the most colorful people in America (Lucky Luciano, Frank Costello, and Frank Erickson). Levy, who is called The Father of Modern day Harness Racing had a vision and made it a reality when he converted a newly built auto racetrack located in Westbury, Long Island, into a multi-million-dollar legacy that would be called Roosevelt Raceway. It was this track that introduced the innovation that catapulted harness racing into a modern era of success by introducing the mobile starting gate, profoundly improving and changing the sport forever. The first part of the book tells of the life and times of George Morton Levy and his incomparable racetrack. It tells about the rise and fall of Roosevelt Raceway, the scandals that took place there, and the deception and disappointment when the track was sold and demolished. The latter part of the book consists of stories, top drivers, world-class horses, famous races, and original photos that made Roosevelt Raceway "the World Capital of Harness Racing." Roosevelt Raceway: Where It All Began.

Abydos Where It All Began

Author: Abdelrahman Amin
Editor: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781721066698
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This book is a comprehensive guide to middle zone of Abydos, which visitors can still walk through the magnificently decorated monuments of Seti I and his son Ramesses II. The first structure you'll see at Abydos is the Great Temple of Seti I, which is one of the most complete, unique and beautiful temples in Egypt. With exquisite decoration and plenty of atmospheres, it is the main attraction here, although the nearby Cenotaph or Osireion is also wrapped in mystery and the desert views are spectacular. And about one-third of a kilometer to the north of Seti I's temple, Ramesses II left behind, his temple at Abydos, built early in his reign, stands as one of his most elegant monuments, with its simple architectural layout and dramatic and graceful painted relief scenes. Though best known for its dramatic reliefs depicting the battle of Kadesh, the temple also offers a wealth of information about religious and social life in ancient Egypt.

Extremophiles

Author: Koki Horikoshi
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 4431554084
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Koki Horikoshi — discoverer of the alkaliphiles, microbes that thrive in alkaline environments — describes in his autobiography how the research on extremophiles started and developed. He is a pioneer in the study of these microorganisms that thrive in extreme conditions, and in his book he opens a new vista of the microbial world, pushing the field to expand from the surface of the Earth to the subsurface, to the deep sea and outer space. All major developments in extremophiles research are covered, stretching back to the historical use of microbes in mixed fermentation, indigo dyeing and the pasteurisation of sake. Events in Horikoshi’s life provide many valuable insights into the life of a budding scientist, inspired by the Renaissance culture of Florence that led him to the discovery of the alkaliphiles. Our daily lives have been greatly affected by Horikoshi’s research, such as the extensive screening he conducted for enzymes produced by alkaliphiles, now applied in many industries from biological laundry detergents to pharmaceutics. The book also reflects on numerous milestone events and people who contributed to the establishment of this field, including colleagues from all over the world. This book is a good read for all microbiologists, encouraging readers to reach out to new worlds and discoveries. It will be treasured by all those interested in a life of a real pioneer.

Where It All Began

Author: Lorana Hoopes
Editor: Lorana Hoopes
ISBN: 1717441386
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Can a wrong choice have a happy ending? Sandra Baker thought her life was on the right track until she ended up pregnant. Her boyfriend, not wanting the baby, pushes her to have an abortion. After the procedure, Sandra's life falls apart, and she turns to alcohol. Her relationship ends, and she struggles to find meaning in her life. When she meets Henry Dobbs, a strong Christian man, she begins to wonder if God would accept her. Will she tell Henry her darkest secret? And will she ever be able to forgive herself and find healing? Find out in this emotional love story. Fans of Colleen Coble, Lori Wick, and Karen Kingsbury will love this inspirational romance from best-selling author Lorana Hoopes. Grab your copy today!

Genesis Where It All Began

Author: Lori Boteler
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1387770225
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2012 Saving The Spirit Where It All Began

Author: Dr. jol
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1329119126
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On Christmas Day, 2010, a family receives an unexpected gift, a computer. The PC contains a message from an underground group of Wakoolacos. Their leader, Doctor Fred, a.k.a. Belljar, has lost his family and has transformed from healer to an evil doer. His goal, in life, is revenge and killing all the spirit that exists in the hearts of people. The Wakoolacos challenge Gabriel, Isabelle, and Aunt Adele, because of their innocence, to save the spirit or Belljar destroys it in 2012, via evil DNA ladders.The title brings in implications of the Mayan calendar and the god Tikal

Where It All Began

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Moses Where It All Began

Author: Moshe Pearlman
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How It All Began

Author: Nikolai Bukharin
Editor: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 9780585378893
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Here at last in English is Nikolai Bukharin's autobiographical novel and final work. Many dissident texts of the Stalin era were saved by chance, by bravery, or by cunning; others were systematically destroyed. Bukharin's work, however, was simultaneously preserved and suppressed within Stalin's personal archives. At once novel, memoir, political apology, and historical document, How It All Began, known in Russia as "the prison novel," adds deeply to our understanding of this vital intellectual and maligned historical figure. The panoramic story, composed under the worst of circumstances, traces the transformation of a sensitive young man into a fiery agitator, and presents a revealing new perspective on the background and causes of the revolution that transformed the face of the twentieth century. Among the millions of victims of the reign of terror in the Soviet Union of the 1930's, Bukharin stands out as a special case. Not yet 30 when the Bolsheviks took power, he was one of the youngest, most popular, and most intellectual members of the Communist Party. In the 1920's and 30's, he defended Lenin's liberal New Economic Policy, claiming that Stalin's policies of forced industrialization constituted a "military-feudal exploitation" of the masses. He also warned of the approaching tide of European fascism and its threat to the new Bolshevik revolution. For his opposition, Bukharin paid with his freedom and his life. He was arrested and spent a year in prison. In what was one of the most infamous "show trials" of the time, Bukharin confessed to being a "counterrevolutionary" while denying any particular crime and was executed in his prison cell on March 15, 1938. While in prison, Bukharin wrote four books, of which this unfinished novel was the last. It traces the development of Nikolai "Kolya" Petrov (closely modeled on Nikolai "Kolya" Bukharin) from his early childhood though to age fifteen. In lyrical and poetic terms it paints a picture of Nikolai's growing political consciousness and ends with his activism on the eve of the failed 1905 revolution. The novel is presented here along with the only surviving letter from Bukharin to his wife during his time in prison, an epistle filled with fear, longing, and hope for his family and his nation. The introduction by Stephen F. Cohen articulates Bukharin's significance in Soviet history and reveals the troubled journey of this novel from Stalin's archives into the light of day.

Where It All Began

Author: Lorana L Hoopes
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ISBN: 9780997541120
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After her boyfriend pressures her into an abortion, Sandra's life and her relationship fall apart. She turns to alcohol to cope, but it barely keeps the dreams at bay. When she meets Henry, a strong Christian man, will she tell him her darkest secret? And will she every learn to forgive herself?

How It All Began

Author: Miguel Cisneros
Editor: Page Publishing, Inc
ISBN: 1644624508
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How It All Began is based on Miguel “Mike” Cisneros Jr.’s life experiences growing up as a child dealing with family conflicts, domestic violence, bullying and child abuse, homelessness, and short periods of happiness. At times there were moments of hopelessness, despair, and desperation until he had to make a life-changing commitment to leave all that was negative and begin a new life, hoping something positive would come from it. That life-changing commitment was with the United States Navy. From the very beginning upon joining the Navy, many in leadership positions seemed to try blocking his desire to move forward, including people in leadership positions during a period when the Vietnam War was ending and the military was experiencing racial tension. Even though he didn’t like it and knew it wasn’t right, he kept going. There were also those in leadership positions that saw the potential in him and provided the mentoring and guidance for him to advance. After serving in the Navy for over thirty years, through many years of sea duty, deployments, family separations, adversity, and at times humiliations, he found ways to achieve his goals and succeed. At the same time, he provides insights of the chain of command and their leadership style. As with all organizations, there are good leaders and bad leaders; and from that, he learned and tried emulating the best from each. This personal story was written in the hopes that someone may learn from these experiences and perhaps inspire them to believe in themselves, to use their abilities, to have a positive attitude, and most importantly, to never give up.

Great Firsts

Author: 3cs Publishing, The
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ISBN: 9780977334117
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