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Author: Fitz Balintine Pettersburg
Publisher: Forgotten Books
Keywords: supremacy, black, scroll, parchment, royal
Number of Pages: 88
ISBN-10: 1605060224
ISBN-13: 9781605060224

Author: Ruth Berins Collier
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: forms, supremacy, changing, africa, tropical, regimes
Number of Pages: 248
Published: 1982
ISBN-10: 0520043138
ISBN-13: 9780520043138

Authors: John Piper, Justin Taylor,
Publisher: Crossway Book
Keywords: christ, supremacy, sex
Number of Pages: 288
Published: 2005-06-14
ISBN-10: 1581346972
ISBN-13: 9781581346978

The contributors to this unique volume invite you to both celebrate sex for what God made it to be and fight what sin has turned it into. Their hope is that this volume will help you orient your entire life and worldview—including your sex life and views on sexuality—around the glory of God in Christ. This book has something for all—men and women, married and single—from contributors like John Piper, C.J. and Carolyn Mahaney, Mark Dever, Albert Mohler, Jr., Carolyn McCulley, David Powlison, and Ben Patterson. Review "Another Christian book on sex? This is so m

Author: Herbert H. Kaplan
Publisher: American Philosophical Society
Keywords: reign, catherine, britain, commerce, overseas, russian
Number of Pages: 354
Published: 1995
ISBN-10: 087169218X
ISBN-13: 9780871692184

On the basis of newly-discovered Russian and British archival sources, Kaplan makes important scholarly contributions to eighteenth-century economic history. He conclusively demonstrates that there was not only a symbiotic economic relationship between Russia and Great Britain, but also that Russia contributed greatly to Britain's industrial revolution and its imperial strategic military and political power during the second half of the eighteenth century. Kaplan is the first to estimate the real balance of payments between the two countries in a detailed analysis of a subject treated hitherto

Author: International Organization For Migratio
Publisher: International Organization For Migratio
Keywords: assessing, evidence, change, climate, environment, migration
Number of Pages: 448
Published: 2009-12-15
ISBN-10: 9290684542
ISBN-13: 9789290684541

Gradual and sudden environmental changes are resulting in substantial human movement and displacement, and the scale of such flows, both internal and cross-border, is expected to rise with unprecedented impacts on lives and livelihoods. Despite the potential challenge, there has been a lack of strategic thinking about this policy area partly due to a lack of data and empirical research on this topic. Adequately planning for and managing environmentally-induced migration will be critical for human security. The papers in this volume were first presented at the Research Workshop on Migration an
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