Return of the White Book

The Karen tribe had been waiting for generations to hear the Word of God. The legend of the missing white book had been passed down throughout the centuries. When the missionaries came, they found a people ready to listen and believe.

Author: Rebecca Davis

Publisher: CF4kids

ISBN: 1781912920

Category: Evangelistic work

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The Karen tribe had been waiting for generations to hear the Word of God. The legend of the missing white book had been passed down throughout the centuries. When the missionaries came, they found a people ready to listen and believe.

The Return of the White Plague

This collection provides an international survey of current thought on the spread and control of tuberculosis, covering historical, social, political, and medical aspects.

Author: Matthew Gandy

Publisher: Verso

ISBN: 1859846696

Category: Medical

Page: 330

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The dramatic increase since the 1980s in the global prevalence of tuberculosis is a story of medical failure. This collection provides an international survey of current thought on the spread and control of tuberculosis, covering historical, social, political, and medical aspects.

Return to Me

For four years Kate Adler has lived in the city, working in places she doesn’t belong, with people she hardly knows.

Author: Fiona White

Publisher: Fiona White

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 406

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For four years Kate Adler has lived in the city, working in places she doesn’t belong, with people she hardly knows. It’s how she keeps her broken past where it belongs – in the past. Life is simpler that way. But when one ill-advised choice leads to a terrifying situation, she is forced to go to a safe place where she can heal, and forget. Linc Thomson is looking forward to a break, and with three weeks of holidays ahead of him, he wants lazy days at his coastal home doing whatever the hell he pleases. That is, until late one night, the woman he thought he’d never see again arrives next door. He should stay away, but even after five long years of separation, he’s still drawn to the woman, and he can’t help but wonder - why has Kate returned to the town he knows she hates? And why is she battered and bruised? Linc recognises a chance at redemption when he sees one, and this time, he won’t be walking away. But when the truth is stripped bare, is taking a chance on old love really a good idea? And can the mistakes of the past once forgiven, truly be forgotten?

The Return

The Return explores the attempt to implement a nomadic ideal as it intersects with the reality of modern life.

Author: Timothy White Eagle

Publisher: Daylight Press

ISBN: 0988983192

Category: Photography

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The Return explores the attempt to implement a nomadic ideal as it intersects with the reality of modern life.

The White Indian Boy

These books, published here as a single volume, are testaments to a unique time and place in American history.

Author: Elijah Nicholas Wilson

Publisher: University of Utah Press

ISBN: 9780874808346

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 394

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First published in 1910, The White Indian Boy quickly became a western classic. Readers fascinated by real-life 'cowboys and Indians' thrilled to Nick Wilson s frontier exploits, as he recounted running away to live with the Shoshone in his early teens, riding for the Pony Express, and helping settle Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The volume was so popular that Wilson s son Charles was compelled to write a second book, The Return of the White Indian, which picks up in 1895 where the first memoir ends, telling the adventures of Nick Wilson s later life. These books, published here as a single volume, are testaments to a unique time and place in American history. Because he had a heart for adventure and unusual proficiency with Native American languages, Wilson s life became an historical canvas on which was painted both the exploration and the closing of a frontier, as he went from childhood among the Shoshone to work as an interpreter for the U.S. government on Indian reservations in Wyoming and Idaho in his later years. This volume includes new introductory material, a family tree, and a background of Indian-white relations in Jackson Hole. Packed with amazing details about life in the Old West, Wilson s colorful escapades are once again available to a new generation of readers.

Return to Tradd Street

In the fourth novel in the New York Times bestselling Tradd Street series, Charleston realtor Melanie Middleton is determined to leave the past behind her.

Author: Karen White

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9781101626481

Category: Fiction

Page: 336

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In the fourth novel in the New York Times bestselling Tradd Street series, Charleston realtor Melanie Middleton is determined to leave the past behind her. But history has a tendency of catching up with her, whether she likes it or not... Melanie is only going through the motions of living since refusing Jack Trenholm’s marriage proposal. She misses him desperately, but her broken heart is the least of her problems. Despite an insistence that she can raise their child alone, Melanie is completely unprepared for motherhood, and she struggles to complete renovations on her house on Tradd Street before the baby arrives. When Melanie is roused one night by the sound of a ghostly infant crying, she chooses to ignore it. She simply does not have the energy to deal with one more crisis. That is, until the remains of a newborn buried in an old christening gown are found hidden in the foundation of her house. As the hauntings on Tradd Street slowly become more violent, Melanie decides to find out what caused the baby’s untimely death, uncovering the love, loss, and betrayal that color the house’s history—and threaten her claim of ownership. But can she seek Jack’s help without risking her heart? For in revealing the secrets of the past, Melanie also awakens the malevolent presence that has tried to keep the truth hidden for decades...

Return to the City of White Donkeys

Yet, as Charles Simic observed in the New York Review of Books, "With all his reliance on chance, Tate has a serious purpose. He's searching for a new way to write a lyric poem.

Author: James Tate

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN: 9780060750022

Category: Poetry

Page: 192

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In his fourteenth collection of poetry, Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award winner James Tate continues exploring his own peculiar brand of poetry, transforming our everyday world, a world where women give birth to wolves, wild babies are found in gardens, and Saint Nick visits on a hot July day. Tate's signature style draws on a marvelous variety of voices and characters, all of which sound vaguely familiar, but are each fantastically unique, brilliant, and eccentric. Yet, as Charles Simic observed in the New York Review of Books, "With all his reliance on chance, Tate has a serious purpose. He's searching for a new way to write a lyric poem." He continues, "To write a poem out of nothing at all is Tate's genius. For him, the poem is something one did not know was there until it was written down. . . . Just about anything can happen next in this kind of poetry and that is its attraction. . . . Tate is not worried about leaving us a little dazed. . . . He succeeds in ways for which there are a few precedents. He makes me think that anti-poetry is the best friend poetry ever had."

The White Book Service 2012 Volume 1 hardback and eBook

Return to the writ 7.—(1) The return to a writ of habeas corpus ad subjiciendum
must be indorsed on or annexed to the writ and must state all the causes of the
detainer of the person restrained. (2) The return may be amended, or another
return ...

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Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell

ISBN: 9780414024571

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Deadly Terror

Surviving the accident that Elizabeth thought had killed him, William White has staged the Virtual Reality Fair to win Elizabeth back and plans to make her pay for everything she put him through. Original.

Author: Laurie John

Publisher: Sweet Valley

ISBN: 0553492624

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 280

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Surviving the accident that Elizabeth thought had killed him, William White has staged the Virtual Reality Fair to win Elizabeth back and plans to make her pay for everything she put him through. Original.

Return of White Dove

White Dove comes through many perils, some of her own doing, some inflicted by White Men, others created by the whims of different Indian Tribes.

Author: Rachel Waters

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781462818419

Category: Fiction

Page: 143

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White Dove comes through many perils, some of her own doing, some inflicted by White Men, others created by the whims of different Indian Tribes. Nature has also battled against her, impeding her journey to survive. Love has been so evasive, she starts losing hope. She prays to the Great Spirit to give her strength to continue being the courageous Choctaw maiden her ancestors would expect her to be.

Return of the White Witch

The reader must confront black dwarves and wolves, a werewolf, and an evil hag, to ensure peace in the land of Narnia.

Author: Rob Bell

Publisher:

ISBN: 0425112764

Category: Fiction

Page: 198

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The reader must confront black dwarves and wolves, a werewolf, and an evil hag, to ensure peace in the land of Narnia.

Return of the White Whale

The author employs a narrative scheme as does the Matrix, the novel Moby Dick. The story cruises through the present and the historic plight of the Jews and intermittingly brings Melville's Sea-saga with the mad Capt.

Author: J. D. Seckelmann

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 9781412046671

Category: Religion

Page: 166

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The author employs a narrative scheme as does the Matrix, the novel Moby Dick. The story cruises through the present and the historic plight of the Jews and intermittingly brings Melville's Sea-saga with the mad Capt. Ahab, his 1st mate, Starbuck, and others in the crew: the narrator, Ishmael, his friend, the harpooner, former head-hunter, Queequeg, and Ahab's guru-confidant, Fedallah, the Parsee mystic who tells Ahab a prophetic riddle that could match the three witches conundrum in Shakespeare's Macbeth. It features twenty mini-bios of Righteous Jews, their contribution to mankind in past and present along with histories of famous Jewish dynasties. There are instances of the author's personal experiences such as excerpts from journals kept when he toured Israel in 1979 led by Prof. Menahem Mansoor with a group of University of Wisconsin Alumni. Also, he tells of how childhood traumas were compounded from media influences and, in time, cites chilling anti-Semitic expressions while in the US Navy. He, a Christian, lauds his paternal grandfather, though he had died a generation before the author's birth. He had been a Nothern Civil War veteran, the Fire Chief of Bethlehim, PA and a Jewish Imigrant from Bavaria. It is not enunciated, but Capt. Ahab, his ship, the Pequod, his world, could represent the static mind-set of insane, unconsumated revenge, launching harpoons at this preceived enemy. But on encountering Moby Dick, he is thwarted, scattered, then annihilated. World-wide, Jews are a tiny lot and getting smaller. For Jews, extinction won't come from disturbing a sea-giant entirely, but from abandonding tradition in favor of "Reform", PC & ACLU, Absorbtion and Lethargy. On top of all that, in the wings are massive emerging eastern populations with energy and innate abilities that equal or surpass Jews. ...you shall be left few in numbers, whereas you were as the stars in heaven in multitude... (Deuteronomy 28-62)

America s Black and White Book

Assorted cargo for the return trip of the Deutschland. The “Deutschland,” a cargo
submersible craft, sent over for reasons best known to the German Admiralty, was
extremely mysterious as to her cargo for the return trip. Assorted cargo for the ...

Author: W.A. Rogers

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 9783732674206

Category: Fiction

Page: 204

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Reproduction of the original: America ́s Black and White Book by W.A. Rogers

Return of the White Bear

Meanwhile, the girls are confined to camp for their own safety - but Serena has other plans. This is the third book in the exciting children's adventure novels set in the Ice Age 10,500 BC.

Author: Laura Jack

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 1718094426

Category:

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"Please don't leave us." Serena pleaded. Varad gazed at her for a long time and sighed. "My people need me Serena - you no longer do." It's 10,500 BC in Northern Europe and at the Summer Gathering of the Clans, the children of the Wolf Clan are faced with the loss of their friend Varad. Then Brinan and Callom devise a plan to help him - even though it means going against the orders of the Clan leader. Meanwhile, the girls are confined to camp for their own safety - but Serena has other plans. This is the third book in the exciting children's adventure novels set in the Ice Age 10,500 BC.
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White Teeth

Author: Geraldine James

Publisher:

ISBN: OCLC:824652670

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United States Congressional Serial Set

X Q. And you cast up the vote as returned in those three books from those three
precincts 3–A. Yes, sir. ... A. I didn't examine them books at all, except where I
found no return in the white book; I only looked at the white book where the return
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ISBN: UCAL:B3985897

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