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Author: Joshua Blau
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: modern, revival, semitic, languages, differences, arabic, hebrew, standard, renaissance, parallels
Number of Pages: 272
Published: 1981
ISBN-10: 0520095480
ISBN-13: 9780520095489

Author: Arthur Giles
Publisher: Applewood Books
Keywords: modern, personal, narrative, tour, time, americans, athenians, western, waves, america, across, athens
Number of Pages: 462
Published: 2007-01-01
ISBN-10: 1429005203
ISBN-13: 9781429005203

A Scotsman (?) travels in the U.S., mostly in the Mid-Atlantic but with jaunts Southward and in the Mid-West.

Author: Peter, J.H.
Publisher: Applewood Books
Keywords: stories, bible
Number of Pages: 350
Published: 2009-03
ISBN-10: 1605780162
ISBN-13: 9781605780160

At head of title: The modern reader's Bible; a series of works from the sacred scriptures presented in modern literary form

Author: Arthur Giles
Publisher: Applewood Books
Keywords: modern, americans, athens, personal, narrative, time, tour, athenians, across, home, waves, royal, capital, america, western
Number of Pages: 462
Published: 2007-01-01
ISBN-10: 1429005211
ISBN-13: 9781429005210

A Scotsman (?) travels in the U.S., mostly in the Mid-Atlantic but with jaunts Southward and in the Mid-West.

Author: Peter Jan Margry
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press
Keywords: itineraries, sacred, new, world, pilgrimage, modern, shrines
Number of Pages: 364
Published: 2008-12-15
ISBN-10: 9089640118
ISBN-13: 9789089640116

The modern pilgrimage—to sites ranging from Graceland to the veterans’ annual ride to to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial to Jim Morrison’s Paris grave—is intertwined with man’s existential uncertainties in the face of a rapidly changing world. In a climate that reproduces the religious quest in seemingly secular places, it’s no longer clear exactly what the term pilgrimage infers—and Shrines and Pilgrimage in the Modern World critiques our notions of the secular and the sacred, while commenting on the modern media’s multiplication of images that renders the modern pilgrimage a qu

Author: Pieter Spierenburg
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press
Keywords: modern, europe, inmates, institutions, experience, disciplinary, prison
Number of Pages: 363
Published: 2007-08-15
ISBN-10: 9053569898
ISBN-13: 9789053569894

Though the prison is central to the penal system of most modern nations, many believe that imprisonment did not become a major judicial sanction until the nineteenth century. In this readable history, Pieter Spierenburg traces the evolution of the prison during the early modern period and illustrates the important role it has played as both disciplinary institution and penal option from the late sixteenth century onward.  Placing particular emphasis on the prisons of the Netherlands, Germany, and France, The Prison Experience examines not only the long-term nature of prisons and the historica

Author: Stephen Hodgson
Publisher: Food & Agriculture Org.
Keywords: practice, theory, rights, water, modern
Number of Pages: 116
Published: 2006
ISBN-10: 9251056242
ISBN-13: 9789251056240

The vital importance of water to human activity is such that most societies and cultures have sought to establish legal rules over its use and allocation. In most jurisdictions legal rights to water have been linked to land tenure and ownership rights. A number of countries have recently undertaken substantive water law reforms, usually involving the introduction of formal and explicit water rights that clearly specify the volume of water that is subject to each right ("modern water rights"), together with institutional arrangements for their allocation, registration, monitoring and enforcemen
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