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Away from You (A Sweet, Second Chance Military ...
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Lance Corporal Matthew Mills returned home from his first deployment with more than just a bullet wound. While he knew that injury would heal, he feared the invisible ones never would. He couldn't trust his own mind anymore and the only way to keep Olivia safe was to push her away...maybe for good.Olivia wanted nothing more than to stand by her husband while he battled PTSD. If he needed time and space, that's what she'd give him. But how long was too long? Just when she was about to lose hope, fate, and a few meddling friends stepped in. A week in the woods at Big Bear Lake promises relaxation, fun with friends, and adventure. Without the pressures of the outside world, Olivia hopes she can convince him that their love is worth fighting for. And as much as it scares him, Matt can't help but want to let her. Away from You: A Sweet, Second Chance Military Romance is the second book in The San Diego Marines Series. If you enjoyed Back to You (Spencer and Ellie’s story), be sure to watch them play matchmaker with Matt and Olivia! This book has been adapted from its original version, written by the author. 1. Language: English. Narrator: John-Michael Jalonen, Melie Williams. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/197843/bk_acx0_197843_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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The Gravel Road , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 568min
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This family saga starts with a young South African woman searching for her family origins and history in Britain. While starting work on compiling notes on The Gravel Road, I earnestly began to want to bring back to life those long-forgotten beginnings of an ancestral family, hoping to capture their experiences of surviving under extreme circumstances in their daily lives. At this time, men of different colors and creeds could put aside their grievances, uniting in the determination and will to succeed.I listened to the many stories told by my grandfather Sanderson, which became an integral part in my research. These stretched across old Prussia in Eastern Germany to the old cotton mills in the north of England.The Gravel Road covers 140 years of old and modern history where two exceptional, courageous families, though ethically disparate and living worlds apart, were drawn together and united in peace. In doing so, they paved the way for the next generation.I gathered many hours of notes to write this book in order to write true-to-life characters. My goal was that, in time, it would become a source of wonder and pride for all those who came to befriend them as I did.While reliving those lives, I tried to get an understanding of how some feared the unknown, while others ventured far in the last century, ultimately changing attitudes along the pathways to life. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Charlotte Sutton. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/150222/bk_acx0_150222_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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The Complete Guide to Staffordshire Bull Terrie...
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Staffordshire bull terriers are larger than life, full of personality, and provide endless entertainment. So, it is easy to see why they are a popular breed across the world. Unfortunately, their dark history in the fighting world has led to them becoming misunderstood and, sometimes, even feared. This audiobook aims to shed light on some misconceptions about the breed, as well as provide you with all you need to know about them, whether you are buying or rescuing a Staffordshire bull terrier.In The Complete Guide to Staffordshire Bull Terriers, you will learn everything you need to know from start to end - how to choose a puppy, training and breaking bad habits, traveling, grooming, health care, and senior care. You will also learn all about the background of the breed, its history, breed predisposed diseases, and special traits. All the information is specific to Staffordshire bull terriers and in easy-to-listen, comprehensive detail.This guide will walk you through the ins and outs of owning this phenomenal breed. Whether you're someone playing with the idea of getting a Staffie, or have already embarked on your journey with your pup, this guide will offer an insight into how to create a happy and fulfilling life for you and your dog.This book will answer all your questions, such as:Is a Staffie the right dog for me?I brought my Staffie home. What now?How can I best train my Staffie?What are some common mistakes should I avoid?Chapters covered in the audiobook include:Breed OverviewBreed History Preparations for a New DogHow to Choose a Staffordshire Bull Terrier Behavioral Issues and Training Obedience Training Socialization Traveling Nutrition Dental Care Grooming Preventative Veterinary Medicine Diseases and Conditions Living with a Senior Dog /u 1. Language: English. Narrator: Gill Mills. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/197624/bk_acx0_197624_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Battle Of Cook 's Mills
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Battle of Cook's Mills was the last engagement between U.S. and British armies in the Niagara, and the penultimate (second-to-last) engagement (followed by the Battle of Malcolm's Mills) on Canadian soil during the War of 1812.General Gordon Drummond had lifted the Siege of Fort Erie on 21 September 1814, and withdrew to a strong defensive position at Fort Chippawa on the north bank of Chippawa Creek. An American division under Major General George Izard had marched overland from Plattsburgh, New York to reinforce the Americans at Fort Erie (commanded by Major General Jacob Brown). Being the senior Major General, Izard took command of the combined force. The more aggressive Brown wished to attack Drummond immediately, with the combined force numbering 6,300. Izard chose not to risk the casualties of attacking a strong defensive position. Angered at Izard's lack of action, Brown left with his division (half the army's strength) and marched to Sacketts Harbor, New York, where a British attack was feared

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The International Court of Justice and the Pulp...
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Seminar paper from the year 2014 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Environmental Policy, grade: 1,0, Dresden Technical University, language: English, abstract: On 30 April 2005, Argentine citizens started a five-year blockade of the Libertador General San Martín Bridge which connects the Argentine city of Gualeguaychú with its Uruguayan neighbor city Fray Bentos. The citizens feared severe environmental damages caused by two pulp mills which were to be constructed on the Uruguayan side of the Uruguay River which separates the two countries. In 2006, Argentina referred the dispute to the International Court of Justice (ICJ).The judgment, delivered on 20 April 2010, has been described as the most significant one in international environmental law since Trail Smelter.It is undisputed that the judgment made some significant contributions to the progress of international environmental law. I will argue, however, that the Court also missed some great opportunities to develop international environmental law and to establish itself as a Court capable of dealing with highly scientific issues. First, I will discuss the Court's reasoning concerning the burden of proof and its use of expert evidence. Second, I will debate the Court's recognition of an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) as part of the corpus of general international law.

Anbieter: Dodax
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Tales from Portlaw Volume Ten - 'The Woman Who ...
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It was the marked contrast between people who loved and the people who hated Christmas, which inspired this story. 'The Woman Who Hated Christmas' tells the story of one such person, Beth Malone. As a child of ten years around Christmas Day Beth's mother dies in childbirth along with the stillborn infant. Sickened with grief, her father becomes emotionally unstable, is committed to the psychiatric ward of a local hospital and commits suicide. Left on her own with two younger sisters, Beth and her sisters are taken into Care of the Local Authority. The family is forcibly separated and do not see each other again. Beth rebels. Her foster homes are firstly resented by her and then come to be gravely feared by her. The story follows Beth through her life, first in Ireland, then in the mills of West Yorkshire, then on the streets of Manchester and finally back in Ireland where the story ends. For Beth, the experiences of Christmas are ones she would prefer to forget. Enjoy

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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The International Court of Justice and the Pulp...
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Seminar paper from the year 2014 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Environmental Policy, grade: 1,0, Dresden Technical University, language: English, abstract: On 30 April 2005, Argentine citizens started a five-year blockade of the Libertador General San Martín Bridge which connects the Argentine city of Gualeguaychú with its Uruguayan neighbor city Fray Bentos. The citizens feared severe environmental damages caused by two pulp mills which were to be constructed on the Uruguayan side of the Uruguay River which separates the two countries. In 2006, Argentina referred the dispute to the International Court of Justice (ICJ). The judgment, delivered on 20 April 2010, has been described as the most significant one in international environmental law since Trail Smelter. It is undisputed that the judgment made some significant contributions to the progress of international environmental law. I will argue, however, that the Court also missed some great opportunities to develop international environmental law and to establish itself as a Court capable of dealing with highly scientific issues. First, I will discuss the Court's reasoning concerning the burden of proof and its use of expert evidence. Second, I will debate the Court's recognition of an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) as part of the corpus of general international law.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 06.06.2020
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Tales from Portlaw Volume Ten - 'The Woman Who ...
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It was the marked contrast between people who loved and the people who hated Christmas, which inspired this story. 'The Woman Who Hated Christmas' tells the story of one such person, Beth Malone. As a child of ten years around Christmas Day Beth's mother dies in childbirth along with the stillborn infant. Sickened with grief, her father becomes emotionally unstable, is committed to the psychiatric ward of a local hospital and commits suicide. Left on her own with two younger sisters, Beth and her sisters are taken into Care of the Local Authority. The family is forcibly separated and do not see each other again. Beth rebels. Her foster homes are firstly resented by her and then come to be gravely feared by her. The story follows Beth through her life, first in Ireland, then in the mills of West Yorkshire, then on the streets of Manchester and finally back in Ireland where the story ends. For Beth, the experiences of Christmas are ones she would prefer to forget. Enjoy

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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The International Court of Justice and the Pulp...
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Seminar paper from the year 2014 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Environmental Policy, grade: 1,0, Dresden Technical University, language: English, abstract: On 30 April 2005, Argentine citizens started a five-year blockade of the Libertador General San Martín Bridge which connects the Argentine city of Gualeguaychú with its Uruguayan neighbor city Fray Bentos. The citizens feared severe environmental damages caused by two pulp mills which were to be constructed on the Uruguayan side of the Uruguay River which separates the two countries. In 2006, Argentina referred the dispute to the International Court of Justice (ICJ). The judgment, delivered on 20 April 2010, has been described as the most significant one in international environmental law since Trail Smelter. It is undisputed that the judgment made some significant contributions to the progress of international environmental law. I will argue, however, that the Court also missed some great opportunities to develop international environmental law and to establish itself as a Court capable of dealing with highly scientific issues. First, I will discuss the Court's reasoning concerning the burden of proof and its use of expert evidence. Second, I will debate the Court's recognition of an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) as part of the corpus of general international law.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 06.06.2020
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