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Author: Annie Fox
Publisher: Annie Fox Books (Free PDF)
Keywords: guys, advice, girls, growing, getting, world, real, survival, guide, dating, relating, teen
Number of Pages: 258
Published: 2005-11-01
ISBN-10: 1575421909
ISBN-13: 9781575421902

Advises teens on their feelings, looks, relationships, friendships, problems with parents and siblings, and dealings with teachers, employers, and coaches.

Author: United States
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: report, iran, sale, committee, intelligence, official, senate, iranscam
Number of Pages: 70
Published: 1987-06
ISBN-10: 094137503X
ISBN-13: 9780941375030

Based on three weeks of closed-door testimony from 33 witnesses and provides the most detailed and comprehensive look yet at the secret dealings that had badly damaged the Reagan presidency. Contains information on the selling of arms as a way of obtaining the release of American hostages.

Author: F. Marion Crawford
Publisher: Plain Label Books
Keywords: prague, witch
Number of Pages: 537
Published: 2004-01-01
ISBN-10: 1603035540
ISBN-13: 9781603035545

This is a book about a witch who is not old and ugly as you would normally think a witch would be. She uses her powers for herself and makes slaves by hypnotizing them with her multi-colored eyes. She is not an evil person, but she does use her powers unethically. Her need for love pushes her to have dealings with a wizard that she comes to regret. This is not unlike the play the Phantom of the Opera.Please Note: This book is easy to read in true text, not scanned images that can sometimes be difficult to decipher. This eBook has bookmarks at chapter headings and is printable up to two full co

Author: Jan Willem Duyvendak
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press
Keywords: urban, change, dealings, dutch, sight, city
Number of Pages: 310
Published: 2010-04-01
ISBN-10: 9089641696
ISBN-13: 9789089641694

"City in Sight" presents recent scholarship on the various issues facing today's Dutch metropolitan areas, including immigration and the growing diversity among the urban population, urban restructuring and neighborhood renewal, shifts in urban governance, and the promotion of active citizenship. With its wealth of information and up-to-date research, this text will appeal to scholars of urban politics and social history from all over the globe.

Author: FAO Panel of Experts on Pesticide Specifications,
Publisher: Food & Agriculture Org.
Keywords: protection, products, plant, specifications, development, fao, manual
Number of Pages: 175
Published: 1999-06
ISBN-10: 9251042713
ISBN-13: 9789251042717

With this edition of the manual, FAO is establishing a new procedure for the development of pesticide specifications in a transparent manner. The specifications may be used to provide an international point of reference against which products can be judged, either for regulatory purposes or in commercial dealings, thereby helping to prevent the trading, sale and use of inferior products, and will contribute towards public and environmental safety throughout the world, especially in developing countries.

Author: W. T. McKibben
Publisher: The Great Lakes Group
Keywords: money, nice, play
Number of Pages: 165
Published: 2007-07
ISBN-10: 1604024127
ISBN-13: 9781604024128

Play Nice, Make Money makes the case that a business model that applies the highest ethical standards in its dealings with all stakeholders -Customers, Employees, Vendors, the Community, the Environment, and Owners/Stockholders- will ultimately be more profitable than any alternative. Using historical examples and current case studies, the author debunks the idea that greedy no-holds-barred business methods are required to succeed in business or that they are currently prevalent. Furthermore, he holds that the Ethical Business Model is the foundation of benevolent capitalism, which is our best

Author: Michael V. Seitzinger
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: logan, authority, relations, foreign, conducting
Number of Pages: 14
Published: 2011-01
ISBN-10: 1437939325
ISBN-13: 9781437939323

This is a print on demand edition of a hard to find publication. The Logan Act, codified at 18 U.S.C. § 953, was intended to prohibit United States citizens without authority from interfering in relations between the United States and foreign governments. There appear to have been no prosecutions under the Act in its more than 200 year history. However, there have been a number of judicial references to the Act, and it is not uncommon for it to be used as a point of challenge concerning dealings with foreign officials. Contents of this report: Introduction; History of the Logan Act; Judicial
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