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Encyclopedia of Home Remedies for Better Life

By: Dr Izharul Hasan

... etc will curb his cravings which might increase the urge for drinking in the stages immediately after the treatment. ... ... more than 4.1 million people in the United States. It afflicts 10 percent of Americans over 65 years of age and as many as 50 percent of those over... ... similar to what might be expected from simple old age, at least in the early stages. However, the severity of these symptoms is much more, and this ... ...g to a report published in the October 22, 1977 edition of the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), Ginkgo biloba extract can stabiliz... ...d obsessive-compulsive tendencies. The latter may affect as many as 7 million Americans. Home remedies for anxiety offer the best approach to comple... ...Pineapple/Ananas comosus • Enzyme found in pineapple stem, helps resolve late stages of inflam- mation, speeding healing and reducing the potential ... ...ns there are some very powerful home remedies for cystitis. Urethritis in the male is most often contracted as a result of sexual contact. Many condi... ... lung and kidney function. Increases blood flow to brain, heart. • Increases male potency, female vitality. Improves appetite and sleep. 4. Ginseng... ... obesity and depression are also definite causes. Additionally, a reduction in male hormones, rise in male infertility and a global decrease in sperm...

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Terrorists and Freedom Fighters

By: Sam Vaknin

...andsome world media coverage) and kidnapping for ransom (like the kidnapping of the American Protestant Missionary Ellen Stone - quite a mysterious ... ...urrent nightmare than the numerable German Reichs and Serbia erupted upon the world stage no less frequently and regularly than its northern equival... ...population. The Ustashas committed their deeds in a bestial manner not only against males of conscript age, but especially against helpless old peop... ...d with its self-important figurehead (for instance, in September 1992). Successive American administrations funnelled money into the province and w... ...arxist-Leninist" KLA or its self-appointed government) unequivocally. At a certain stage, he even accused Fatos Nano, his rival and the Prime Minis... ... was all but ignored in these events. Rugova was not. He was often consulted by the American negotiators and treated like a head of state. The messa... ...virtuous ideals of democracy and the harsh constraints of realpolitik. At this stage and with elections looming, Hashim Thaci sounds conciliato... ...ion and self-worth was attained through defiance. By relegating them to the role of malevolent heretics, the Orthodox made the sins of the Catholics... ...the majority of the population, purges and back-breaking labour further diminished male life expectancy. As a result of this tragic and brutal hist...

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New Arabian Nights

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

... STORY OF FRANCIS VILLON ................................. 196 THE SIRE DE MALETROIT’S DOOR ............................................................. ...lite sipped their brandy and soda in security. The bar was full of guests, male and female; but though more than one of these offered to fall into tal... ...o spare us a climb of some hundred steps. Now, we know that life is only a stage to play the fool upon as long as the part amuses us. There was one mo... ...ore convenience lacking to modern comfort; a decent, easy way to quit that stage; the back stairs to liberty; or, as I said this moment, Death’s priva... ...F THE PHYSICIAN AND THE SARATOGA TRUNK MR. SILAS Q. SCUDDAMORE was a young American of a simple and harmless disposition, which was the more to his cr... ...n of title. Madame Zephyrine, probably in the hope of enchanting the young American, used to flaunt by him on the stairs with a civil inclination, a w... ... insinuations of a very glorious order when he was safely alone with a few males. The room on the other side of the American’s – for there were three ... ...en he was safely alone with a few males. The room on the other side of the American’s – for there were three rooms on a floor in the hotel – was tenan... ...m beginning to ask myself if even revenge be attainable on this precarious stage of life. The ill he did, who can undo it? The career in which he amas...

.............................................. 144 A LODGING FOR THE NIGHT ? A STORY OF FRANCIS VILLON ................................. 196 THE SIRE DE MALETROIT?S DOOR ..................................................................................... 215 PROVIDENCE AND THE GUITAR .......................................................................................... 2...

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The Magician a Novel

By: Somerset Maugham

... last, in desperation, I sent one, which I called A Man of Honour, to the Stage Society, which gave two performances, one on Sunday night, another on... ...t merit to please an intellectual audience. As every one knows, it was the Stage Society that produced the early plays of Bernard Shaw. The committee ... ...st serve to keep his theatre open for a few weeks, by the end of which the actors he wanted for the play he had been obliged to postpone would be at l... ...anged in a horse shoe, which was reserved for a small party of English or American painters and a few Frenchmen with their wives. At least, they were... ...s, who painted still life with a certain amount of skill, and Clayson, the American sculptor. Raggles stood for rank and fashion at the Chien Noir. He... ...t out with the tall Jagson, who smarted still under Haddo’s insolence. The American sculptor paid his bill si lently. When he was at the door, Haddo ... ...y off the most famous, the most infamous, of them all, Sprenger’s Malleus Malefikorum. ‘Here is one of my greatest treasures. It is the Clavicula Sa... ... became manifest. Of these, the most marvellous were those strange beings, male and female, which were called homunculi. The old philosophers doubted ... ... was found that the spirits had grown to about a span and a half each; the male homunculi were come into possession of heavy beards, and the nails of...

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And Gulliver Returns Book VI : Our Psychological Motivations

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

...tisfied their pleasures differently. The infant's greatest pleasures were found in the mouth, in sucking and eating. This was called the oral stage ... ...ld's greatest joys and feelings of accomplishment were found in defecating, urinating, or in withholding these excrements. ―The next stage ... ...mother and of Electra‘s mother and her lover killing Electra‘s father, leaving her to be occupied by her father‘s memory. The latent stage ... ...ily member abuse and in prisoner abuse and torture? When I was at Stanford, Dr. Zimbardo, who was a psychologist, recruited a couple of dozen male s... ...‘t be surprised when young Germans tortured and killed for Hitler, when young Chinese and Cambodians killed for Mao or Pol Pot, or even young Americ... ...s certainly not a universal. Eleanor Roosevelt got hers from her brains, as did Marie Curie. But back to Ardrey. He gives many examples of how male a... ...on. Was it really just searching for orgasm? ―Some species are prepared to die for sex. The preying mantis bites off the head of its male m... ... in the vitamin D producing sun, could add the A and D to their skim milk. They don‘t, but are finally thinking about it—sixty years after the Americ... ...ental side, wartime British Prime Minister, historian and author Winston Churchill had a father who wrote of him ‗I have an idiot for a son.‘ Americ...

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Vanity Fair

By: William Makepeace Thackeray

...ce certainly; nor a merry one, though very noisy. Look at the faces of the actors and buffoons when they come off from their business; and Tom Fool wa... ...does leave a disconsolate family to mourn his loss; so in academies of the male and female sex it occurs every now and then that the pupil is fully wo... ...the Doctor. He had been to the Opera, and knew the merits of the principal actors, preferring Mr. Kean to Mr. Kemble. He could knock you off forty Lat... ...Fancy our late monarch George III when he heard of the revolt of the North American colonies: fancy brazen Goliath when little David stepped forward a... ...d gentleman was born), rector of Crawley-cum-Snailby, and of various other male and female members of the Crawley family. Sir Pitt was first married t... ...egend and history as Nineveh, or Coeur de Lion, or Jack Sheppard. For them stage-coaches will have become romances —a team of four bays as fabulous as... ...ent— 71 Thackeray ah, how their tails shook, as with smoking sides at the stage’s end they demurely walked away into the inn-yard. Alas! we shall nev... ... young gentleman made me re- mark that we drove very slow for the last two stages on the road, because Sir Pitt was on the box, and because he is pro-... ...ders of the poor little blubbering wretches, and Sir Pitt, seeing that the malefactors were in custody, drove on to the hall. All the servants were re...

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The Confessions

By: J. J. Rousseau

...ke well: he knew all the great virtuosi, all the celebrated works, all the actors, actresses, pretty women, and powerful lords; in short nothing was m... ...en scarcely ever forgive. Take the most sensible; the most philosophic fe- male, one the least attached to pleasure, and slighting her fa- vors, if wi... ...the walls of my chamber have ears. Surrounded by spies and by vigilant and malevolent inspectors, disturbed, and my attention diverted, I hastily comm... ... with mine. T o prove this by experience, I taught music gratis to a young American lady, Mademoiselle des Roulins, with whom M. Roguin had brought me... ... upon me, the detail has escaped my mind, since I communicated it to M. de Malesherbes in one of my four letters to him. This is one of the singularit... ...with Ma- demoiselle Fel, Grimm, and I think the Abbe Raynal, in one of the stages to the court. The rehearsal was tolerable: I was more satisfied with... ...x by M. de Cury, and which belonged to him. It was very spacious, upon the stage and opposite to a lesser, but more elevated one, in which the king sa... ...nfortunate heroine, when she could no longer be suf- fered upon any French stage. I at that time tried my abilities with Tacitus, and translated the f... ...ly connected with him to pass his name over in silence. M. du Perou was an American, son to a commandant of Surinam, whose successor, M. le Chambrier,...

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Memoirs of Louis XIV and His Court and of the Regency

By: The Duke of Saint Simon

...e said, one only daughter. His wife dying in 1670, and leaving him without male children, he determined, however much he might be afflicted at the los... ...ney, created Peer of France in 1581. It was a peerage which, in default of male successors, went to the female, but this descendant was not heir to it... ...a few years after. The King at this time drove away the company of Italian actors, and would not permit another in its place. So long as the Italians ... ...mit another in its place. So long as the Italians had simply allowed their stage to overflow with filth or impiety they only caused laughter; but they... ...ged by the Noailles, played the prin- cipal characters in very magnificent stage dresses. Baron, the excellent old actor, instructed them and played w... ... a very singular piece called “Electra,” which was played on a magnificent stage erected in Madame de Conti’s house, and all the Court flocked sev- er... ...inals gave rise to. The Bouillons wished to be recognised as descended, by male issue, of the Counts of Auvergne, and to claim all kinds of distinctio... ...d there and laughed at them. She herself played there Athalie (assisted by actors and actresses) and other pieces several times a week. Whole nights w... ...whose permanent reign did not last less than thirty-two years? Born in the American islands, where her father, perhaps a gentleman, had gone to seek h...

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The Pickwick Papers

By: Charles Dickens

...em look abroad and contemplate the scenes which were enacting around them. Stage coaches were upsetting in all directions, horses were bolting, boats ... ... of the covers. ‘Soles, Sir.’ ‘Soles—ah!—capital fish—all come from London stage coach proprietors get up political dinners—carriage of soles— dozens... ...s of Mr. Pickwick. That gentleman had gradually passed through the various stages which precede the lethargy produced by dinner, and its con sequence... ...en men hang about the stage of a large establishment—not regularly engaged actors, but ballet people, procession men, tumblers, and so forth, who are ... ...articles in requisition, while a couple of large headed, circular visaged males rose from their seats in the chimney corner (for although it was a Ma... ...lar wagrants there; trust ‘em, they knows better than that. Young beggars, male and female, as hasn’t made a rise in their profession, takes up their ... ...onclusion, when a window above stairs was thrown up, and three or four fe male voices repeated the query—’Who’s there?’ Mr. Pickwick dared not move h... ...f steps, leading to the house door, which was guarded on either side by an American aloe in a green tub, the sedan chair stopped. Mr. Pickwick and his... ...turn both Mr. Jingle and his attendant, down the flight of steps, into the American aloe tubs that stood beneath. ‘Having discharged my duty, Sir,’ sa...

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The Octopus a Story of California

By: Frank Norris

...aven and lean built. But his youth- ful appearance was offset by a certain male cast of counte- nance, the lower lip thrust out, the chin large and de... ... two years. With their own tenants on Los Muertos, affairs had reached the stage of desperation. Derrick had practically been obliged to “carry” Hoove... ...deep into the warm, moist soil. It was the long stroking caress, vigorous, male, power- ful, for which the Earth seemed panting. The heroic em- brace ... ... Titan began, the vast primal passion, the two world-forces, the elemental Male and Female, locked in a colossal embrace, at grapples in the throes of... ...ffices to an empty church—’the voice of one crying in the wilderness.’ You Americans are not good churchmen. Sundays you sleep— you read the newspaper... ...cists, repeated from page to page with wearying insistence. “I, too, am an American Citizen. S. D.,” “As the T wig is Bent the T ree is Inclined,” “Tr... ...upon the floor of her kitchen while she looked on. Mrs. Dyke had been in a stage hold- up, when the shotgun messenger was murdered. Stories by the hun... ...uth, his comic actor’s face flaming. Like the hero of a melodrama, he took stage with a great sweeping gesture. “Organisation,” he shouted, “that must... ... State and city are, after all, only a little more addle-headed than other Americans.” It was his favourite topic. Sure of the interest of his hearers...

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Dead Souls

By: D. J. Hogarth

... are not conscious of it; but if the artist brings it into his art, on the stage say, we shall roll about with laughter and only wonder we did not not... ...v himself is now gener- ally regarded as a universal character. We find an American professor, William Lyon Phelps*, of Yale, holding the opinion that... ...ut meeting scores of Chichikovs; indeed, he is an accurate portrait of the American promoter, of the successful commercial trav- eller whose success d... ... play- ers—the latter clad in frockcoats of the kind usually af- fected by actors whose part it is to enter the stage during the closing act of a piec... ...ats of the kind usually af- fected by actors whose part it is to enter the stage during the closing act of a piece, even though, with arms sharply cro... ...on of intense satisfaction. Yet never did these projects pass be- yond the stage of debate. Likewise there lay in his study a book with the fourteenth... ... split within a fortnight, and brought down upon your head dire showers of male- dictions; with the result that gradually your shop grew empty of cust... ...ir business with the Governor’s wife, the ladies’ party descended upon the male section, with a view to influencing it to their own side by asserting ... ...women,” “pet- ticoats,” and others of a nature peculiarly offensive to the male sex. Also, however much they might arm themselves and take the field, ...

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Man and Superman a Comedy and a Philosophy

By: George Bernard Shaw

...in which not one of that hero’s mille e tre adventures is brought upon the stage? To propitiate you, let me explain myself. You will retort that I nev... ...end. Why are our occa- sional attempts to deal with the sex problem on the stage so repulsive and dreary that even those who are most deter- mined tha... ...Hogarth or the XVII Bunyan, had got past the Dickens-Macaulay Dumas-Guizot stage and the Stendhal-Meredith-T urgenieff stage, and were confronted with... ... and then disparage it as unworthy and indelicate. We laugh at the haughty American nation be- cause it makes the negro clean its boots and then prove... ...licacy would initiate any effort in that direction. There are no limits to male hypocrisy in this mat- ter. No doubt there are moments when man’s sexu... ...ng about our imperial destiny; but our eyes and hearts turn eagerly to the American millionaire. As his hand goes down to his pocket, our fingers go u... ...ighton and the south coast with the Riviera, for the spending money of the American T rusts. What is all this growing love of pag- eantry, this effusi... ... premier; for it is not in reason to suppose that a second such attractive male figure should appear in one story. The slim shapely frame, the elegant... ...N. I thought so, sir. Morality sent to the devil to please our libertines, male and female. That is to be the fu- ture of England, is it? TANNER. Oh, ...

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Memories and Portraits

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

...an, is still to be heard, in its home country, in half a hundred vary- ing stages of transition. You may go all over the States, and – setting aside t... ...ll we eager him to eat of it himself. The same spirit inspired Miss Bird’s American missionaries, who had come thousands of miles to change the faith ... ... their ignorance of the religions they were trying to supplant. I quote an American in this connection without scruple. Uncle Sam is better than John ... ...the largest, to a clique of states; and the whole scope and atmosphere not American, but merely Yankee. I will go far beyond him in reprobating the as... ...h English children begin to grow up and come to themselves in life. As the stage of the Uni- versity approaches, the contrast becomes more express. Th... ...ci- plined and drilled by proctors. Nor is this to be regarded merely as a stage of education; it is a piece of privilege be- sides, and a step that s... ...- tered by another hand, came on the stage itself and was played by bodily actors; the other, originally known as Semiramis: A Tragedy, I have observe... ...tely stem. In boyhood, as he told me once, speaking in that tone that only actors and the old-fashioned common folk can use nowadays, his 38 Robert L... ...ir, an abstraction, an excuse for talk, a logical Aunt Sally, then may the male debater instantly abandon hope; he may employ reason, adduce facts, be...

...n India, along much of the coast of Africa, and in the ports of China and Japan, is still to be heard, in its home country, in half a hundred varying stages of transition. You may go all over the States, and -- setting aside the actual intrusion and influence of foreigners, negro, French, or Chinese -- you shall scarce meet with so marked a difference of accent as in the f...

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