Sorry to Hear You Got Old 65

Author: Wakula Publishing




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Lined 6x9 journal with 100 blank pages. This is the perfect and inexpensive minimalist Typographic birthday gift to sketch, put stickers, write memories, or take notes in Get yourself this amazing journal gift now

ROBERT BARR Ultimate Collection: 20 Novels & 65+ Detective Stories

Author: Robert Barr

Publisher: e-artnow


Category: Fiction

Page: 4781

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This Robert Barr collection is formatted to the highest digital standards. The edition incorporates an interactive table of contents, footnotes and other information relevant to the content which makes the reading experience meticulously organized and enjoyable. Detective Stories The Triumph of Eugéne Valmont Jennie Baxter, Journalist Parody of Sherlock Holmes The Adventures of Sherlaw Kombs The Adventure of the Second Swag Stories of Revenge! An Alpine Divorce Which Was The Murderer? A Dynamite Explosion An Electrical Slip The Vengeance of the Dead Over The Stelvio Pass The Hour and the Man "And the Rigour of the Game" . . . Face and the Mask The Woman of Stone The Chemistry of Anarchy The Fear of It The Metamorphoses of Johnson The Reclamation of Joe Hollends The Type-Written Letter A New Explosive The Great Pegram Mystery Playing With Marked Cards . . . Other Short Stories The Count's Apology Converted An Invitation The Long Ladder "Gentlemen: The King!" The Hour-Glass In a Steamer Chair Mrs. Tremain A Society for the Reformation of Poker Players The Terrible Experience of Plodkins A Case of Fever How the Captain Got His Steamer Out Miss McMillan "How Finley McGillis Held the Pier" How to Write a Short Story . . . Novels Tekla In the Midst of Alarms From Whose Bourne One Day's Courtship The Herald's of Fame The Strong Arm A Woman Intervenes A Prince of Good Fellows The O'Ruddy, A Romance (with Stephen Crane) A Rock in the Baltic The Measure of the Rule The Sword Maker Young Lord Stranleigh Lord Stranleigh Abroad Lady Eleanor: Lawbreaker Cardillac A Chicago Princess Over the Border The Victors Literary Article "Canadian literature" Robert Barr (1849–1912) was a Scottish-Canadian short story writer and novelist, born in Glasgow, Scotland. His famous detective character Eugéne Valmont, fashioned after Sherlock Holmes, is said to be the inspiration behind Agatha Christie's Hercule Poirot.
Government publications

To Amend the Older Americans Act of 1965

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Education and Labor. Select Subcommittee on Education



Category: Government publications

Page: 1399

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Biography & Autobiography

The Papers of Andrew Johnson

Author: Andrew Johnson

Publisher: Univ. of Tennessee Press


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 762

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Memorials of Sir C. J. F. Bunbury, Bart

Author: Charles James Fox Bunbury

Publisher: Cambridge University Press


Category: Science

Page: 526

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Sir Charles James Fox Bunbury (1809-86), the distinguished botanist and geologist, corresponded regularly with Lyell, Horner, Darwin and Hooker among others, and helped them in identifying botanical fossils. He was active in the scientific societies of his time, becoming a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1851. This nine-volume edition of his letters and diaries was published privately by his wife Frances Horner and her sister Katherine Lyell between 1890 and 1893. His copious journal and letters give an unparalleled view of the scientific and cultural society of Victorian England, and of the impact of Darwin's theories on his contemporaries. Volume 5 covers the years 1865-8, and shows Bunbury's wide reading, from Latin poetry and military history to new books such as the latest edition of Lyell's Elements of Geology, as well as an interesting correspondence between Bunbury, Lyell, Hooker and Darwin about Agassiz's theories on glaciation.

Selected Poems, 1965-1995

Author: Michael Dennis Browne

Publisher: Carnegie-Mellon University Press


Category: Poetry

Page: 123

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A collection of poetry by Michael Dennis Browne.

The Works of Charles Dickens

Author: Charles Dickens





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"Chapman and Hall in 1873 published a prospectus for the Second Illustrated Library Edition, containing, they contended, all the works the novelist wished to preserve. Calling it the first well-printed issue, with specially cast type and better paper than that used in previous editions, this set was published in 30 volumes between 1873 and 1876 and sold at £15 for the set, a high price for the time."--Schlicke, Oxford reader's companion to Dickens.

A Hunting We Will Go

Author: James T. Sizemore

Publisher: iUniverse


Category: Fiction

Page: 124

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Wally Kelly is the son of a multi-billionaire, who is at a philosophic convention to deliver a long lecture on human rights. He orders Wally to go "slummy hunting" as a part of his "maturation rites". Wally bribes the guard at the checkpoint to gain entrance to the warren, and once inside, mounts his machine gun inside his armored caddie so that the barrel sticks out about an inch. He sees a young miss coming toward him, but she ducks into a doorway, and his car stalls and dies right in front of her. Inside an apartment where he took her to wait to be rescued, he discovers that she just turned fourteen, and that her parents and younger brother have already been gunned down by slummy hunters. He discovers that her name is Betty Kelly, and that their great-great grandfather escaped from the slums and earned the original Kelley fortune. He tries to get her to go back to the healthy part of the city with him, but, at first, she refuses. She agrees to go with him, however, when he offers to devote the rest of his life to helping the poverty-stricken people in the slums. "Can we forget the past and become family members who love each other, oh, so much?" He asks her as they're riding with their rescuers back to Dewey Circle. .

Jenny's Family Circle

Author: Betty Wagner Loeb

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation


Category: Fiction

Page: 254

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After the loss of her father and the suicide of her friend Sara, beautiful Jennifer Crawford is determined to become a famous fashion designer. Penniless, she accepts a job in New York where she falls in love with Tony but refuses his proposal when she realizes his twin brother loves her, too. Jenny returns home to Philadelphia. A year later, wealthy Dr. Jonathan Holbrook tricks her into marrying him. His mother provides the wedding and Jennys big break. The Holbrooks become the loving family Jenny always wanted. She divorces Jonathan when he becomes abusive, thus opening the way to marry Tony.
Internal security

State Department Security, 1963-65

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws. [from old catalog]



Category: Internal security


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Reclaiming the Faith Sermons by a Liberal Christian Wil Bailey

Author: Carlos Davis

Publisher: iUniverse


Category: Religion

Page: 148

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Wil preached that we are all embraced by the unbounded everlasting love of God. With a twinkle in his eye, he often said that he stole that right out of the Bible. Hopefully, this collection of his sermons will continue that process of acceptance, liberation, and love.
Great Britain

Winston S. Churchill: Never despair, 1945-1965

Author: Randolph Spencer Churchill



Category: Great Britain


View: 775

Vols. 3-8 by Martin Gilbert. v. 1. Youth, 1874-1900.--v. 2. Young statesman, 1901-1914. Companion. pt. 1. 1901-1907. pt. 2. 1907-1911. pt. 3. 1911-1914.--v. 3. 1914-1916, the challenge of war. Companion. pt. 1. July 1914-April 1915. pt. 2. May 1915-December 1916. --Companion v. 5 pt. 1-2--v. 6. Finest hour, 1939-1941.--v. 7 Road to victory, 1941-1945 -- v. 8. 'Never despair', 1945-1965.

Turtle Soup: Recipes for the Specific Carbohydrate Diet from an SCD Mom

Author: Beth Spencer



Category: Cooking

Page: 84

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Beth Spencer's Turtle Soup: Recipes for the Specific Carbohydrate Diet(t) from an SCD Mom, is a delicious collection of gluten-free, grain-free, low-lactose, refined-sugar-free recipes, designed especially for the Specific Carbohydrate Diet(t), as described in Elaine Gottschall's book, Breaking the Vicious Cycle: Intestinal Health through Diet. Here's what Raman Prasad, Founder and Webmaster,, says about Turtle Soup: Beth Spencer has created a wonderful repertoire in 'Turtle Soup.' The recipes have a homemade flavor that use ingredients with care to create a wide range of mouth-watering dishes; favorites such as Pumpkin Pie, Pizza, and Lasagna; coupled with special additions such as Taco Salad, Mini-Matzo Balls, and Kick-Me Shrimp. The inclusion of Beth's personal blog allows for a rare glimpse into an SCD cooking relationship, and the definitive positive changes in health the diet brings.
Age and employment

Amending the Older Americans Act of 1965

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Labor and Public Welfare. Special Subcommittee on Aging



Category: Age and employment

Page: 49

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Liberalism (Religion)

Old and New




Category: Liberalism (Religion)


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