The chance seems like it will never come until after the Three-Day War ends. This conflict wreaks devastation on the empire's enormous supply of warriors, and word of Hertfa's weakness quickly spreads among his myriad enemies. Herbance, Nykloneci's father, has become an elder--a position that bears great and awesome responsibilities. Using his newfound influence, Herbance convinces the mighty Gammy-- Hertfa's greatest warrior--to train Nykloneci. Meanwhile, King Hertfa is set with the task of replenishing his defenses against the imminent threat of the dreaded Dark Lords. Soon, this battle begins and the king's warriors are confronted with fear by the forces that have joined under the leadership of the evil Charun. King Hertfa begins to wonder what chance his warriors--particularly the new and inexperienced ones--will have against such overwhelming fear. Can Hertfa's warriors possibly stymie this onslaught? What role, if any, can the young and ambitious Nykloneci play in the face of such a daunting force? Join Nykloneci in his quest to climb the ranks of Herfta's courageous defenders in Nykloneci's Rise to the General of the King's Army.
Author: Gary Hamer
Publisher: Tate Publishing & Enterprises
Government-Owned Surplus Dairy Products Held in Inventory
Author: United States Accounting Office (GAO)
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
This advanced study of steel reveals forging secrets that for centuries have been protected by guilds. Never-before-seen instructions, diagrams and photos explain the tricks behind using Japanese mokume gane, differential heat treating, power hammers, and other techniques to make kukris, wavy blades, spears and swords that bear the master's mark.
Advanced Studies in Steel
Author: JIM. HRISOULAS
Publisher: Redd Ink Press
"An excellent point of departure for all who undertake the study of the connections between the nervous system and behavior." --Neuropsychologia. "Enthusiastically recommended to readers being introduced to neuroanatomy." --The New England Journal of Medicine. "Provides a much morecomprehensible account of the nervous system than most others that are available and relates structure to current views as to functional organization in an interesting and helpful manner." --Brain
Author: Jay B. Angevine,Carl W. Cotman
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
With wipe-clean pages and a special pen, tiny tots have everything they need to learn their 1,2,3. Flip-over pages, clear guides and fun counting questions make this the perfect gift for early learners.
Publisher: Igloo Books
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Two strangers, no-nonsense Michael and high-maintenance Jessica, have an unfortunate incident involving orange juice while boarding a plane. Later, while in midflight, an explosion aboard the plane sends it plummeting down toward the ground and certain death. However, Michael and Jessica don’t die. They awaken in a strange place called Control, where they are met by a kindly old gentleman named Jacob. He informs them that they will shortly be sent off, courtesy of an all-powerful transporter, to a randomly selected Earth-like planet somewhere in the far-off universe. Upon reaching the new planet, the pair nearly die from exposure, hunger, and thirst. They are rescued by a huge hundred-plus-pound pussycat who leads them to shelter, food, and water. The cat, who they name Millie, becomes their constant companion and shares in all the couple’s adventures and misadventures. While the three companions explore the mysterious planet, Michael and Jessica are constantly tormented by the absurdity of their apparent role of Adam and Eve on this uninhabited world. They wonder, Why them? They also wonder if, by some miracle, they could possibly return to Earth. Such a miracle seems extremely far-fetched except that, during his explorations inside the massive mountain that has become their home, computer-savvy Michael discovers what appears to be a gigantic transporter, very similar to the one on Control.
Author: Dr. David Wycherley
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
The Ocean Fairies keep all the sea creatures safe and happy -- until their magic goes missing! This is our eleventh group of Rainbow Magic fairies. The Ocean Fairies keep all the sea creatures safe and happy! But when the goblins shatter their enchanted conch shell, seven magical sea creatures leave to search for the pieces. The Ocean Fairies must find the shells . . . and their animal friends! Tess the Sea Turtle Fairy needs to track down her turtle friend --- and her magic. If Rachel and Kirsty can't help, some confused baby turtles won't find their way to the ocean! Find the missing creature in each book and help save the ocean magic!
Author: Daisy Meadows
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
Category: Juvenile Fiction
This volume is the autobiography of Cheves Walling, famous American organic chemist and previously Professor of Chemistry at Columbia University and the University of Utah. Noted for his discoveries in the field of free radical chemistry, Walling bridged the university-industrial gap. Many of his discoveries played an important role in the development of polymer chemistry. Walling was, for many years, Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of the American Chemical Society. Many photographs depict both the professional as well as the personal side of this renowned chemist.
Author: C. Walling
Publisher: Amer Chemical Society
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Provides advice for traveling in Munich, Bavaria, and Salzburg, offering rated reviews of restaurants, accomodations, excursions, and recreational activities.
Author: Matthew Lombardi
Publisher: Fodors Travel Publications
Written by recognized experts in their fields, Brain Mechanisms and Psychotropic Drugs integrates clinical psychopharmacology with basic neuroscience and offers the latest in treatment approaches for major psychiatric disorders. The text is divided into three major sections. The first two sections focus on basic neuroscience, covering fundamental concepts such as ion channels, synapses, second messenger mechanisms, and the aging brain. The second section contains chapters on serotonin, dopamine, acetylcholine, GABA, glutamate, and peptides. The final section is clinically oriented and discusses major psychotropic drug classes: antidepressants, neuroleptics, mood stabilizers, benzodiazepines, and cognition-enhancing drugs. This is a must-have volume for all those involved in the clinical use of psychotropic medications, from medical students to practitioners and researchers.
Author: Andrius Baskys,Gary Remington
Publisher: CRC Press
The day we stop hiding is the day we start healing. Running freely after the dreams God has fashioned in our hearts only happens when we learn to face and let go of the things that are holding us back. We all have our reasons for turning off the light within. Past pain, shameful experiences, hurtful words, and disappointment, make us long for certainty and safety. The problem is the protective strategies we create in the dark, wont work in the light. Bringing together personal experience, years of clinical practice, and Gods Word, Josie guides readers in discovering the limiting mindsets and protective strategies that keep our hearts far from healing and our lights hidden. Healing starts with awareness. What we arent aware of we simply cannot heal, and we end up living imprisoned by our own minds. By identifying and exposing the limiting mindsets holding us back, we can begin to rebuild our lives on the truth of how God sees us. Shining Freely gracefully leads us on this journey of self-discovery so that our hearts become free to shine for Christ. Topics include: Identifying Key Hinderances to Healing Self-discovery Emotional Awareness Healing Invisible Scars Habits That Promote Change Discovering the Light Within Hearing Gods Heart A special chapter is devoted to the healing power of rest. All freedom begins with rest and learning to allow, God, the greatest dance partner of all, to lead the way!
Overcome Your Past and Set Your Purpose Free
Author: Josie Muterspaw
Publisher: WestBow Press
This flagship work charts a complete chronological log of orbital manned spaceflight. Included are the X-15 "astroflights" of the 1960s, and the two 1961 Mercury and Redstone missions which were non-orbital. There is an image depicting each manned spaceflight, and data boxes containing brief biographies of all the space travelers. The main text is a narrative of each mission, its highlights and accomplishments, including the strange facts and humorous stories connected to every mission. The resulting book is a handy reference to all manned spaceflights, the names of astronauts and cosmonauts who flew on each mission, their roles and accomplishments.
Author: Tim Furniss,Shayler David,Michael D. Shayler
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
She's the only one who can see through his golden boy façade to the broken god within... Chrysander Notos, Supreme God of the South Wind and Summer, is on a mission: save Eurus from his death sentence, and prove his troubled brother can be redeemed. But Eurus fights back, triggering vicious summer storms that threaten the mortal realm, dangerously drain Chrys, and earn the ire of the Olympic gods who ordered Eurus dead. Laney Summerlyn refuses to give up her grandfather's horse farm, despite her deteriorating vision. More than ever, she needs the organized routine of her life at Summerlyn Stables, until a ferocious storm brings an impossible—and beautiful—creature crashing down from the heavens. Injured while fighting Eurus, Chrys finds himself at the mercy of a mortal woman whose compassion and acceptance he can't resist. As they surrender to the passion flaring between them, immortal enemies close in, forcing Chrys to choose between his brother and the only woman who's ever loved the real him.
Author: Laura Kaye
Publisher: Entangled: Select
Culturally Speaking builds useful, comfortable, communication skills in a new culture through an interactive exploration of everyday experiences. Students share their own cultural thoughts and traditions and compare them with contemporary American customs and everyday situations.
Author: Rhona B. Genzel,Martha Graves Cummings
Publisher: Heinle & Heinle Pub
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
For any enquiring mind, whether Freemason or not, this little book sets out to help answer questions – not so much: ‘What does it mean?’ but rather: ‘What can it mean?’, since the journey is concerned not with learning other people’s answers, but in working out answers for yourself. This is a book about what it means to walk the path of a Freemason; to be inspired by its rituals, to live your life by its precepts and to cultivate virtue within yourself.If you are not a Freemason, you may want answers to questions such as the following Why can I not become a Freemason by reading about it in a book?What would initiation do for me? What is the point of secrets in Freemasonry? Why are the square and compasses in Freemasonry such a universal symbol?What are Masonic symbols for? Do they mean anything? Can Freemasonry be as meaningful for me as my religion? By being a Freemason, can I be closer to God? If you are already a Freemason, you may want answers to other, but similar questions: Why are we called Free Masons? If secrets in Freemasonry are not to hide something, what are they for? What does the ritual mean when it talks of avoiding fear and rashness? How can symbols best be used? Can working tools really be used to make me a better person? If so, how? Why is it said that lodges stand on holy ground? How am I to understand light in a symbolic sense?
30 Short Talks and Questions
Author: Julian Rees
Publisher: Ian Allen Pub
Design, production, and service histories of our most popular subjects combined with top-notch color photograph.
Author: Robert N. Pripps
Category: Technology & Engineering