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7 Scorpions : Rebellion

By: Mike Saxton

...t would come to be called the Flash Storm. First came a quick light, then massive explosions simultaneously lit of in every major city across the wo... ...munications. There was no resistance, no organization. Across the planet, mass hysteria gripped the survivors. Conficts broke out. The Middle East ... ...o of a “7.” Sur - rounding the eye was a ferce looking scorpion tatoo, the body just below the eye and the tail wrapping around the socket. The stra... ...en extreme stories of him fring lightning bolts from his hands, summoning massive storms, and even turning his own body to solid metal. Vincent had ... ... bolts from his hands, summoning massive storms, and even turning his own body to solid metal. Vincent had his occasional chuckle at some of the rumo... ... hear me?” Josh was clearly annoyed. “Shhh,” Vincent responded, puting the index fnger of his right hand to his lip, his eyes looking up. “You hear t... ... head. The victim kept convulsing until his eyes became bloodshot and his body went limp. The savage dictator pushed the head down and stormed out.... ...g to keep us alive,” Vincent stated. Lexi made a whirling motion with her index fnger, “Um, can we go back to the whole superhuman thing?” “Want it ... ... might take your head clean of,” Vincent warned. Crisco ran his thumb and index fnger over his lips in a zip- ping motion and said, “Point taken.” “L...

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Links and Factoids

By: Sam Vaknin

...brains. The main nerve - similar to our spine - runs along the bottom of the ant's body. Ants smell, taste and touch with their antennas. Their cyl... ...h their antennas. Their cylinder-like heart pumps colorless blood throughout their body. Ants digest only liquid food or food rendered liquid w... ... juices. Ants share digested food with each other. They can carry 15-20 times their body weight. Only the colony's queen breeds. Unfertilized egg... ....merck.com/pubs/mmanual/section3/chapter25/25e.htm Armenian Genocide The Armenian massacres in Turkey started in the 19th century and continued we... ...r Henchak, "The Bell") and in 1890 in Georgia (Dashnak or Dashnaktsutyun, "Union"). Mass demonstrations in the Turkish capital (in 1890 and 1895) a... ...claimed 200,000 Armenian lives. In 1909, in Adana, more than 23,000 Armenians were massacred as the warships of the Great Powers stood idly by. In ... ...tsawyer/barbie/barb.html http://www.barbiecollectibles.com/whatshot/barbiehistory/index.asp http://www.mattel.com/our_toys/ot_barb.asp Bathory... ...http://www.nlc-bnc.ca/2/18/h18-2005-e.html http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/index.cfm?PgNm=TCE&A rticleId=A0000230 Canada, Invasion of T... ...Arrago's Dictionnaire de la Conversation in 1834. http://humanityquest.com/topic/Index.asp?theme1=chauvinism Chicago (musical) The musical "Chic...

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Fuzzy and Neutrosophic Analysis of Women with Hiv/Aids

By: W. B. Vasantha Kandasamy and Florentin Smarandache

...re 255 2. Table of Statistics 279 3. Neutrosophy 285 REFERENCES 290 INDEX 312 ABOUT THE AUTHORS 316 5 Preface Fuzzy theo... ...mong rural uneducated women. Last month, Varamanagunda villagers organized a mass child marriage programme involving as many as 18 girls between 1... ...are feasted on by lice in their uncared hair and flies eat the sores on their body. Thus these women lead a life worse than animals and no one is by... ...we were not able to make out how many children she has. She was all alone; no body was around to take care of her. She had been in the hospital, as ... ...rtisements about HIV/AIDS in T.V. She said she had dots all over her face and body. She took treatment for the same from private doctors and has spe... ...h suffer from fever and could not walk or stand or talk. It was just an alive mass of flesh. She then took the child for treatment, in the hospital ... ...165. By whatever further steps the government can take the advts. to the masses to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS? : 166.* Now you regret... ...eh, L.A. (1965) Fuzzy Sets, Information and Control, 8, 338-353. 312 Index 3-linked FRM, 23 4-linked FRM, 23 A Acyclic FRM, 21...

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The Hitler File : A Novel of Fact

By: Sam Vaknin

...led Hitler and what was the dark secret in his past? • Why was the Holocaust, the mass extermination of Europe’s Jews, set in motion only so late ... ...ate, Ernst Frankenberg, are fictional characters. • Heinrich Mueller. Though his body was never found, he probably died in the bunker in besieged... ...file on Frankenberg’s computer. I just couldn’t open it.” The machine under Dan’s massive work area coughed and started and then hissed. Dan pa... ...in still squarely firm despite his years, lips pursed and bloodless, his nose more massive, hawkish, now twitching in palpable disdain. He is as men... ... They didn’t take us seriously. They laughed in our faces in our own country.” A body-shattering cough. I moved to offer him a glass of water - th... ...Jews?” He glared at me, uncertain whether I was mocking him or not. His smallish body tensed and he put on a pair of rimless glasses that he remov... ... trimmed line- thin moustache which he kept depressing with extended bony thumb and index finger. He stored his other palm under the table. The wh... ...ered for reasons we have yet to fathom.” “What’s this?” – I placed the tip of my index finger on an icon. “It’s a third document but it doesn’...

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Moby-Dick or the Whale

By: Herman Melville

...as a Dish . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 291 66 The Shark Massacre . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 294 67 Cutting In ... ...VE USHER TO A GRAMMAR SCHOOL.) The pale Usher — threadbare in coat, heart, body, and brain; I see him now. He was ever dusting his old lexicons and gr... ...Right Whale) “in possessing a formidable weapon at either extremity of its body, but also more frequently displays a disposition to employ those weapo... ... board of which they departed.” Cruise in a Whale Boat. “Suddenly a mighty mass emerged from the water, and shot up perpendicularly into the air. It w... ...d black letter, thou reasonest well. Yes, these eyes are windows, and this body of mine is the house. What a pity they didn’t stop up the chinks and t... ...ould any way arrive at an understanding of its purpose. Such unaccountable masses of shades and shadows, that at first you almost thought some ambitiou... ...has no solid basis to stand on. But what is a Gam? You might wear out your index finger running up and down the columns of dictionaries, and never find ... ...uman hand, minus only the thumb. This fin has four regular bone fingers, the index, middle, ring, and little finger. But all these are permanently lodged...

...Excerpt: Etymology (SUPPLIED BY A LATE CONSUMPTIVE USHER TO A GRAMMAR SCHOOL.); The pale Usher --threadbare in coat, heart, body, and brain; I see him now. He was ever dusting his old lexicons and grammars, with a queer handkerchief, mockingly embellished with all the gay flags of all the known nations of the world. He loved to dust his old gramma...

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Moby Dick; Or the Whale

By: Herman Melville

...ptive Usher to a Grammar School) The pale Usher—threadbare in coat, heart, body, and brain; I see him now. He was ever dusting his old lexicons and gr... ...ght Whale) “in pos- sessing a formidable weapon at either extremity of its body, but also more frequently displays a disposition to employ these weapo... ...board of which they departed.” —Cruise in a Whale Boat. “Suddenly a mighty mass emerged from the water, and shot up perpendicularly into the air. It w... ... black-letter, thou reasonest well. Y es, these eyes are windows, and this body of mine is the house. What a pity they didn’t stop up the chinks and t... ...ould any way arrive at an understanding of its purpose. Such unaccountable masses of shades and shadows, that at first you almost thought some ambitio... ...what most puzzled and confounded you was a long, limber, portentous, black mass of something hovering in the centre of the picture over three blue, di... ...as no solid basis to stand on. But what is a gam? Y ou might wear out your index-finger running up and down the columns of dictionaries, and never fin... ...an hand, minus only the thumb. This fin has four regular bone-fingers, the index, middle, ring, and little finger. But all these are permanently lodge...

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Redgauntlet

By: Sir Walter Scott

...been imputed by our historians to any of his ancestors, and is the certain index of a base and little mind. I know it may be urged in his vindication,... ...apartments in the Luckenbooths was to him like divorcing the soul from the body; yet Dr. R— did but hint that the better air of this new district was ... ...ewy frame, and a pair of trousers of a lighter colour, cut as close to the body as they are used by Highlandmen. His whole dress was of finer cloth th... ...And you were switching the water, I suppose,’ said I, ‘to discover my dead body?’ This observation produced a long ‘Na—a—a’ of acknowl- edged detectio... ...t more closely, the parlour chimney engaged my attention. It was a pile of massive stone, entirely out of proportion to the size of the apartment. On ... ... of them, I had nothing better to do than to watch the dial-plate till the index pointed to noon. Five minutes elapsed, which. I allowed for variation... ...the clerks of court, and the title, Peebles Against Plainstanes. This huge mass was deposited on the table, and my father, with no ordinary glee in hi... ...‘you will find it pretty strong.’ ‘If the kirk is ower muckle, we can sing mass in the quire,’ said Peter, helping himself in the goblet out of which ...

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Deviation : Covenant

By: Elissa Malcohn

...rary. For more about the author, go to http://home.earthlink.net/~emalcohn/index.html (Web search: “Malcohn's World”) Cover Design: Elissa Malcohn... ...y canvas and leggings and shoulder her rifle. She opened her eyes, bent her body to follow the outlines of the dead trunk, and barely breathed. Blue... ...the dirt floor and watched the sleeping boys snuggle, drawn to each other's body heat. She padded past another Yata woman and lit a small oil lamp f... ...t need to see. 6 Elissa Malcohn Deviations: Covenant Someone grasped her body. Someone else took the lamp from her bruised hand and placed it on ... ...r son Abri wielded a small, blunt knife. He poked his play-fish into bloody masses under his brother's watchful eyes. Evit reached for the knife, wh... ...ey shook to see the ruddy splendor of a majestic body turned to a twitching mass unable to remain upright, whose large bones cracked and splintered,... ...eau and lifted a softer, more stylish hairbrush. She piled her thick, fiery mass into a bun and fixed it in place with combs at the crown of her hea... ...k in her left hand wavered only a bit. She had learned to shoot with either index finger on the trigger. Never let a good limb go to waste. The bedr...

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Report on Orphan Works

By: Library of Congress

............................................ 82 c. Approval by an Authorized Body (e.g., the Copyright Office)............................................. ...orks are not renewed, a life-plus-50 year term would tie up a substantial body of material that is probably of no commercial interest, but that woul... ...o the Office’s Orphan Works website at http://www.copyright.gov/orphan/. Indexes of the initial and reply comments accepted by the Office are inclu... ...Comment of Joe Lisuzzo, Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., Photomarketing Association Mass Merchants Council). 32 See, e.g., University of Washington Libraries... ...... ...orks are not renewed, a life-plus-50 year term would tie up a substantial body of material that is probably of no commercial interest but ... ... AAP (R85). 375 Even if the works are displayed, it is also difficult to index them in a way that is meaningful for users trying to locate an image... ... 22. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., Photo Marketing Joe Lisuzzo Association Mass Merchants Council * * * APPENDIX D INFORM...

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Bozo and the Storyteller

By: Matt Jones

...ened their clasp about his eyelids and he felt the warm blankets upon his body as though it belonged to someone else. His mind still whirled from th... ...dn’t see himself. While he could see and hear all that went on, he had no body of his own. It seemed as though he was f oating in the air above them... ...air above them like an invisible cloud. He was there in spirit but not in body, and the sensation of emptiness made him unbearably dizzy. The stars... ...d up at the sky. He couldn’t make out the clouds: it was just a shapeless mass of grey. Tiny raindrops sprayed across his face like a layer of despa... ...n away. Why you run, English boy?’ ‘They were mean to me,’ he told them. A mass of heads nodded in understanding. 71 A Trip to Paris ‘Do not worry,... ...ent before prancing off towards a vegetable patch where there squat- ted a mass of skirts and blouses that could only be described as enormous. The h... ...vellers in the desert make easy prey for them.’ Ali pointed with his long index f nger towards the western horizon, where the stars were fading from... ...k beyond the surface of things.’ Cynthia smiled, wagging her wrinkled old index f nger. ‘In his day, Simon was a mover and a shaker. Everywhere he w...

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Noi Functii in Teoria Numerelor

By: Florentin Smarandache

...orld problems 272 Chapter Five SUGGESTED PROBLEMS 279 Bibliography 283 Index 295 About the Authors 301 6 GM... ...) = r ik contains unknown p ij identified only by one particular value of the index i, that is, the unknown p ij distinguished by different value... ...P(X, Y), P j (X, Y), Q(Y, Z), Q j (Y, Z) and R(Z, V) where j takes values in an index set J, the following are basic properties of the Sup-i composi... ...tice researchers have has neglected density variations across each stream. The mass balance equations across each node at steady state can be writt... ...e equation (3), which is generated by applying the principle of conservation of mass to each unit. We assume F 1 , F 5 , F 6 and F 9 are experimen... ... (5) where, P, Q and R are explained. Using principle of conservation of mass balanced equation we estimate the flow rates of the five liquid... ...s or asthma, contributing to cancer or birth defects or perhaps by damaging the body’s immune system which makes people more susceptible to a variet...

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Narcissism Book of Quotes

By: Sam Vaknin

...s he. He has the advantage because of his over- developed inner sense." "They memorise body language and can spot a person who might feel a little ... ...eb site: http://samvak.tripod.master.com/texis/master/search/mysite.html Topical Site Index: http://www.narcissistic-abuse.com/siteindex.html ... ...s urge, the narcissist blindly stumbles from one relationship to another, from one warm body to the next, forever in search of that elusive creature... ...fidence)-men and villains. He is a convincing conjurer of words, signs, behaviours, and body language." The Narcissist's Victims – Sam Vaknin http:... ...nt (stress related) paranoid ideation." Object Relations – The Psychology of Serial and Mass Killers - Sam Vaknin http://samvak.tripod.com/objectre... ...upply. The main element is attention." Object Relations – The Psychology of Serial and Mass Killers - Sam Vaknin http://samvak.tripod.com/objectre... ...Vaknin http://samvak.tripod.com/objectrelations.html "Terrorists, serial killers, and mass murderers can be phenomenologically described as narcis...

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G-Dimensional Theory & the Smarandache Quantum Paradoxes : Comparative Logic and Modern Quantum Theory

By: L. Stephen Young

...ion (G), as determined by kinetic vector v: (v ≡ v/c) The matter-containing body is modeled as a closed circle in the non-vector 2d plane and so in ... ...[Fig. 1a.] In kinetic reference frame k', the translated parameters of the body, S’, are determined from the angle θ, between the 2d k and k’ plane... ...tor defining the moment sum of inertial and gravitational vectors acting on body S'. Note from (4) that (5) and (5.1) have equivalent values in the S... ...justification in setting ϒ o as the locus of zero potential energy for the mass of S'. Assuming a uniform mass density, the body's center of mass (c... ...ell from the c.o.m. in S' indicates a force of attraction (-ϒ), compels the mass to the site of the potential well, (ϒ o ). -ϒ is thus proportionall... ...hypothesis to be tested within these parameters. In isolated system S’, the mass m, has an internal attractive force acting upon it's c.o.m. locus at... ...itted through a transparent matter field is in accordance to its refractive index (n): | (c n = 1/n); (n ≥ 1) |. Refraction has proportionality to m...

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A Guide To the Hidden Wisdom of Kabbalah

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...y centuries. Each Kabbalist added his unique experience and personality to this body of accumulated knowledge. Their spiritual achievements were des... ...as in the writings of the Ari. The Ari proclaimed the start of a period of open mass study of Kabbalah. The Ari was born in Jerusalem in 1534. A chi... ...teach incorrectly. For example, it is sometimes claimed that wherever the word “body” is written it refers to our physical body, that the right hand... ...it would have been possible to teach people to succeed in life, and to cure the body by physical means under the guise of spirituality. It is import... ...deavors. To help students avoid failure, a list of questions and answers and an index of words and expressions is provided. During study sessions, a...

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Typee a Romance of the South Seas

By: Herman Melville

...ated on the present site of Rome, N.Y.; and there Gansevoort, with a small body of men, held in check reinforcements on their way to join Burgoyne, un... ...s struggles with mathematics. The following year was passed at Pittsfield, Mass., where he engaged in work on his uncle’s farm, long known as the ‘Van... ...f ‘six dollars a quarter and board.’ He taught for one term at Pittsfield, Mass., ‘boarding around’ with the families of his pupils, in true American ... ...d had at last gone forth, and poor Pedro’s fate was sealed. His attenuated body will be laid out upon the captain’s table next Sunday, and long be- fo... ...l the year 1791, when they were discovered by Captain Ingraham, of Boston, Massachusetts, nearly two centuries after the discovery of the adjacent isl... ...helpless. Although he was utterly unable to stand erect or to navigate his body across the deck, he still magnanimously proffered his services to pilo... ...o that the measure of gew-gaw refinement attained by the chiefs is only an index to the actual state in which the greater portion of the population li...

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American Notes for General Circulation

By: Charles Dickens

... me. The gloom through American Notes – Dickens 13 which the great black mass holds its direct and certain course; the rushing water, plainly heard,... ...an inch. Imagine the ship herself, with every pulse and artery of her huge body swollen and bursting under this maltreatment, sworn to go on or die. I... ...ly believe that the public institu tions and charities of this capital of Massachusetts are as nearly perfect, as the most considerate wisdom, be ne... ...shion with governments to display any ex traordinary regard for the great mass of the people or to recognize their existence as improvable creatures,... ...n and Massachusetts Asylum for the Blind, at Boston, is superintended by a body of trustees who make an annual report to the corpora tion. The indige... ...wo pantomimes to paint their thoughts and feelings by the movements of the body, and the expression of the countenance, how much American Notes – Dic... ... of the prison has one copy, and the moral instructor another: this is the index of his history. Beyond these pages the prison has no record of his ex... ...ght moon by night; the vane pointing directly homeward, alike the truthful index to the favouring wind and to our cheerful hearts; until at sun rise,...

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Theological Essays and Other Papers

By: Thomas de Quincey

...rd Aberdeen’s Act is well qualified to tranquillize the agitations of that body; and at an earlier stage, if not intercepted by Lord Melbourne, might ... ...fies the fact of his having conferred the ben- efice upon A B, to a public body which officially takes cog- nizance of this act; and that body is, not... ...verage of £299 to each beneficiary; Scotland gave an average of £303. That body, therefore, which wields patron- age in Scotland, wields a greater rel... ...nism—of divinity becoming the handmaid to insurrection—and of clergymen in masses offering themselves as promoters of anarchy, we go back in thought t... ...ini describes the practice among the Mussulman women at present, the whole mass thus com- pounded was dried and again reduced to an impalpable pow- de... ...roach of a stranger. This beautiful piece of drapery, which flowed back in massy folds over the shoulders, is particularly noticed by Isaiah, as holdi... ...f books wholesale and retail, for introducing Milton’s name into a certain index thus—‘Milton, Mr. John.’ That Mister, undoubtedly, was hard to digest...

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Night and Day

By: Virginia Woolf

... firelight. With the omnibuses and cabs still running in his head, and his body still tingling with his quick walk along the streets and in and out of... ...ry quickly without altering the position of his large and rather corpulent body, so that he seemed to be providing himself incessantly with food for a... ...uched different spots, lights sprang here and there, and revealed a square mass of red-and-gold books, and then a long skirt in blue-and-white paint l... ...ad a singular face—a face built for swiftness and decision rather than for massive contemplation; the forehead broad, the nose long and formidable, th... ...pells of inspiration never burnt steadily, but flickered over the gigantic mass of the sub- ject as capriciously as a will-o’-the-wisp, lighting now o... ...o set her fingers to work; while her mind, reflecting the lassitude of her body, went on perversely, conjuring up visions of solitude and quiet, and s... ...is room for a private confer- ence, upon a systematic revision of the card-index, upon the issue of certain new lemon-colored leaflets, in which the f... ... much pride, and marveled to think that once the copying-presses, the card-index, the files of documents, had all been shrouded, wrapped in some mist ... ...asting time wasted also high private hopes of his own. His face was no bad index to what went on within him. He was in a condition of mind rather too ...

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The Old Curiosity Shop

By: Charles Dickens

...opped short in his op erations on being thus appealed to, and bawled ‘No body isn’t such a fool as to say he doosn’t, ’ after which he incapacitated... ...ly induced the idea that he had gone to bed in it. It consisted of a brown body coat with a great many brass buttons up the front and only one behind,... ...as to be quite a dwarf, though his head and face were large enough for the body of a giant. His black eyes were restless, sly, and cunning; his mouth ... ... was dark and lowering, save where the glory of the departing sun piled up masses of gold and burning fire, decaying embers of which gleamed here and ... ...ng at the throat, where it was fastened behind by a pecu liarly large and massive button. Feeling, no doubt, that simplicity and plainness are the so... ...rom which all domestic virtues spring, when they live in dense and squalid masses where so cial decency is lost, or rather never found—if they would ... ...ll expres sion from his face, and rendering it, as far as it afforded any index to his mood or meaning, a perfect blank. ‘Mr Quilp,’ said the single ...

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Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit

By: Charles Dickens

...sted. I will not offer any plea on his behalf to so powerful and genteel a body, but will make a remark on the character of Jonas Chuzzlewit. I concei... ...ed her father, ‘I mean mankind in general; the human race, considered as a body, and not as indi- viduals. There is nothing personal in morality, my l... ...assed than before; ‘how could I be so very much mistaken; knowing, as any- body in their proper senses might that when a gentleman is ill, he looks so... ...esently; and pulling off his hat, began to search inside the crown among a mass of crumpled documents and small pieces of what may be called the bark ... ... certain filmy bits of oranges, some mummied sandwiches, various disrupted masses of the geo- logical cake, and several entire captain’s biscuits. Tha... ... features in the midst of this crowd of objects, which sprung out from the mass without any reason, as it were, and took hold of the attention whether... ...y humble roof!” I find some echo in her own sentiments. If features are an index to the heart, I have no fears of that. An extremely engaging expressi... ...ior; but they had weighty purpose in them, if the chairman’s face were any index to the character of their contents. The progress of Mr Nadgett’s secr...

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