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Corpus of a Siam Mosquito

By: Steven David Justin Sills

...ain on one of his legs had their thoughts parted once more in the kinetic movements of linguistic moans. "What airline will you be flying out of... ... had proposed getting up early initially to compensate for his slow, pokey movements but not as early as this and he resented having lost sleep for su... .... It was the blind leading the blind, he thought. "You do know some English, don't you?" he asked. "No," she said. He could imagine the p... ...him as inconspicuously as the gait of the monk's orange robe in the subtle movements that philosopher made during their time of mourning. Carryin... ...oying the conversation. "What are they: these snowmen? Are they just Englishmen?" "That but also Americans who didn't want to fight against... ... pulled out of his book bag the Lao classic, "Thao Nok Kaba Phuak which in English meant "The White Nightjar." The back cover said that it depicted t... ...ble parents to become a private secretary for King Rama II because of his literary abilities. "Here I am," he said. He smiled glowingly. There ...

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The Hitler File : A Novel of Fact

By: Sam Vaknin

...fused to turn on the meter. “I will make you a special price” – he bawled in broken English. He kept his word. I climbed the winding stairs to the... ...! I don’t understand a word you are saying, even though it sounds suspiciously like English. You lost me back in 1941.” She smiled and it was like... ... I guess she ought to.” – I assured him – “Her German is bound to be better than my English.” Dan made a skeptical face and fired up one of his l... ...wing, anti-Communist civilians everywhere, sort of embryonic stay-behind resistance movements. If the NATO armies were to be defeated by the Warsaw... ...d these excerpts, please help me get the book published. Are you a publisher or a literary agent? Do you know a publisher or a literary agent to...

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The Devil‘S Legacy- to Earth Mortals. Being the Key Note to Black Arts!! Witchcraft, Devination , Omens, Forewarnings, Apparitions, Sorcery, Daemonology, Dreams, Predictions, Visions, And Compacts with the Devil!! with the Most Authentic History of Salem Witchcraft!

By: M. Young

...under discussion. Sir Matthew Hale and Sir Thomas Browne, men of high legal and literary rank and mark, each gave evidence at the trials which speedi... ...icacy of the various vegetable medicines used in Astrological Pharmacy. An English Astrologer who published a work on Chiromancy in 1671, insist... ...brought into action. A rat will die by being compelled to look at or be near an English ferret. If an ox is killed, and let lie in a tight house wit... ...pear are transpiring with friends far distant; in fact, it is asserted that the movements of any one can be known, whether husband, wife, lover or f...

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The Kabbalah Experience

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...nd for the first time in history, the system of the worlds was described in a literary tongue. Kabbalists use four languages to describe the Upper W... ...ys, which is why language itself has no meaning. Knowledge can be conveyed in English, Russian or any other language, even though the writers of the... ...ritten about in books of Kabbalah sold all over the world and translated into English, Russian and other languages. Anyone can learn the flavors of ... ...ting inside and only now surfaced? A: We are surprised when normally reserved Englishmen or Ger- mans suddenly turn into barbaric murderers. Here are... ...g us “bad” thoughts can be fooled. Since the body understands only mechanical movements, start dancing, even by yourself (as Rav Ba- ruch Ashlag used... ... filled with the entire Light, not just a small portion of it. Therefore, all movements that the creation makes, at all its lev- els, starting from t... ...nning in atoms and the combinations of organic molecules, and ending with the movements of the body and mind, are no more than a pleasure hunt. When...

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Kabbalah for the Student

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...se the will to receive generates needs, and the needs generate sufficient movements, enough to satisfy the need. And since there is only a small wil... ...sence is but an assortment of stolen concepts from our hidden, with added literary dainties. Once one sees that, he says and denies our practical la... ...devoting our hearts, our thoughts, our words, and our actions and all our movements and feelings, those that are known and those that are not known ... ...imply, without any burden. But I am chained with iron shackles, in all my movements, to the fancies and manners of others, which make up the society... ... v i a T i o n s (Because the acronyms are of Hebrew words, the letters in English may not match the words they represent) AA Arich Anpin AB HaVaYaH ... ...per produced and disseminated by Bnei Baruch in many languages, including English, Hebrew, Spanish, and Russian. It is apolitical, non-commercial, a... ...Toronto, Canada, London, England, and Sydney, Australia. It is printed in English, Hebrew, and Russian, and is also available on the Internet, at www...

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Tokyo to Tijuana: Gabriele Departing America

By: Steven David Justin Sills

... despised him and suspected his son was gay; and that Yang Lin felt that his English level was the same as his Korean. Abstract ideas must not have e... ...hing him the sounds of Korean letters were glad to get the youngest child an English teacher. Little did they know of the pleasurable respites from p... ...hool friend, took him to eat kimbop (a Korean version of sushi). He spoke in English the entire time neglecting his school friend from the conversatio... ...re him to a respite of ten minutes sitting on its edge and contemplating the movements of the people around him. Their forms transcribed into ideas co... ...early morning exercises in front of the television and he would emulate her movements. He remembered loving the thought of catching lightning bugs li... ...nized, wayward thoughts. It felt comfortable to bounce around in the similar movements of his circumambulatory personal life. He hoped that the bus ...

...omeland, feeling lost in Korean culture and that his own life is an outlier to this conservative society. As he lives there, making his living as an English teacher, he writes of Gabriele, a single parent in Ithaca New York who manifests a more open and less asphyxiating rebellion against society...

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The Unfettered Life of Kenyon of New Orleans

By: Steven David Justin Sills

...a greater expanse, that she should do so expeditiously, and that like the movements of a water monitor or water snake, it should be done with hardly ... ...ntal and physical celerity who also thought that by their own superfluous movements, no different than the universe itself, their existences would so... ...om her bag of laundry. She strapped the purse around her shoulder in slow movements that brought about the return of traces of humanity with a femini... ...." "You are an Indian?" "Yes." "Are you on the side of the English or the French settlers?" "Neither." "Chuckles has issued a...

...This experimental literary novel seeks to probe the mind of Kenyon, an isolated invalid in her home, as she goes through morphine induced sleep and lucid wakefulness, and in both seeking meaning for her life and to be reconciled to her estrang...

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An Apostate: Nawin of Thais

By: Steven David Justin Sills

...ontained bits of his flayed soles from the friction of his life's stumbled movements and were now the bacteria's banquet; but, smelling their rot, he ... ...h his magazine, "Revealing Babes," which lay at his side. The title was in English but the nude women and what little writing there was within it were... ...ttempt to project composure and went unnoticed. Indifferent in perfunctory movements, taking money and threading her flowers, the saleswoman was as pa... ...mulous cloud. Only the storms, the headlines of the masses that he read in English from the Bangkok Post, would get his attention. A female beggar on ... ...ow and where to move his legs so why should I worry about his other bodily movements and functions; and I couldn't be prouder of a husband who explore... ...yboy, was appealing enough to be referred to as "Naughty Nawin" with those English words in their headings proving that he had not turned into mushy a...

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A Unifying Field in Logics : Neutrosophic Logic. Neutrosophy, Neutrosophic Set, Neutrosophic Probability

By: Florentin Smarandache

...bability/statistics. It was known to me his setting up in 1980’s of a new literary and artistic avant-garde movement that he called “paradoxism”, be... ...aradoxism = paradox+ism, means the theory and school of using paradoxes in literary, artistic, philosophical, scientific creations. 2.3. History: ... ...ile I. Soare, I. Rotaru, M. Barbu, Gh. Niculescu studied paradoxism in my literary work. N. Manolescu asserted, about one of my manuscripts of non-p... ...specially a revolt of the emigrant to the United States who doesn't speak English, against the language - an anti- language book written in more than... ...gainst the language - an anti- language book written in more than a broken English (the American speech of Tomorrow?)... [From the book: NonPoems, ... ...e collective of researchers should pass through all philosophical schools/movements/theses/ideas and extract their positive, negative, and neuter fe... ... - proposes new philosophical theses, principles, laws, methods, formulas, movements; - reveals that world is full of indeterminacy; - interprets th... ...explores the differences between: . thinkers, . philosophical schools, movements, theories, principles and proves they are minimum; - reveals tha... ... being in there confirm the rule! A minor poet, for example, who wrote in English or French or German is better known than a genius like Eminescu wh...

...It was known to me his setting up in 1980’s of a new literary and artistic avant-garde movement that he called “paradoxism”, because I received some books and papers dealing with it in order to review them for the German journal “Zentralblatt fár Mathematik”. It was an inspired...

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Information Technology Tales

By: Brad Bradford

...rope The illiterate warrior-king brings the scholarly monk Alcuin and his literary arts and sciences school system to France to create the Carolingi... ...but the French language may exert even greater impact on the evolution of English. The Treasure of Our Tongue nourishes the rise of democracies. ... ...lism‖ simply because they were capitalists themselves. 16. Shaping the English Language William Caxton’s print shop helps standardize The Treasu... ... Henry VIII’s first act as ―pope‖ orders and then funds the first printed English Bible. 17. Ottmar Mergenthaler Does It Again Inventors strived ... ... confined almost entirely to the clergy and spawned no wide ranging social movements, such as the one developed in the later Italian Renaissance. ... ...a wide variety of British dialects, grammars, and spellings into a single literary language—still flexible but widely recognized as English througho...

...nd passes China’s wasp secret to the West. -- 8. Charlemagne and Medieval Europe-The illiterate warrior-king brings the scholarly monk Alcuin and his literary arts and sciences school system to France to create the Carolingian renaissance. By changing the structure of words and sentences, the monk from York makes writing forever easier to read. -- 9. Largest Land Empire Ev...

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Paradoxism and Postmodernism in Florenitin Smarandache's Work

By: Ion Soare

...erican Research Press and the Author Rehoboth, Box 141 NM 87322, USA More literary books to download from this Digital Library: http://www.gallu... ... also in other art and scientific fields). I have attentively read the entire literary work of the writer (sporadically read, on “pieces” or “module... ...ubjectivism or exaltation in front of the unwonted - real, anyway- of the new literary movement. But same reactions have had before me a series of so... ...y postmodernism. But we also emphasized the features that distinguish the two movements. We insisted on the features which show paradoxism’s original... ...nd to understand its evolution, whence the lack of “adherence” to avant-garde movements 7) . (I have recently met, for instance, a 9 distinguishe... ...ention, in the worst case, if not to analyze at an equal level with the other movements from the so large and complex field of the letters: the parad... ...available the Romanian original at that time and he had to remake it after the English version, resulting here and there an English/Romanian-English ... ...Romanian-English version! For instance- Geoge Diabolicu ( George Devil in the english version), in place of Gheorghe Dracu, the original title. I ha... ...ations from different languages of the polyglot Smarandache (he knows French, English, Spanish, Portuguese).Affinities, volume of translations from ...

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Aesthetics

By: Florentin Smaradanche

...angled very strongly with them. It is precisely the case with the recent literary movement of Paradoxism, conceived in Romania and affirmed in the ... ...om Romania, who was desirous to make himself known in the advertising and literary life of the Romanians, but not only theirs, in the Occident. I ha... ...ul was absolutely incontestable -, the poet’s name took importance in the literary sphere, when he had succeeded in settling in the city of Phoenix,... ...the 19th century, Van Gogh, Rimbaud, Lautreamont, as the explorers of the movements Dada, surrealism, Isidor Isou’s lettrism or, still going back, t... ...imitations and habits, including even this “tradition” and the innovating movements of the 20th century, comprising futurism, the promoter of a new a... ...t with the dot under the i) at the trilinguist volume (Romanian, French, English) The Silence Bell, Florin Vasiliu notes that the author “has asser... ...niverse, there are many times into a time, many spaces into a space, many movements into a movement - all carried until small and big infinite levels... ...ranslations of poems of genre in Italian, Esperanto, Spanish, Portuguese, English, French, Arabian. The linguistic diversity gives an idea on the pa... ...a bilingv edition Exist impotriva mea/ I am against myself, translated in English by the author; 5. America, the paradise of devil/ emigrant journal...

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Chicago Manual of Style

By: University of Chicago

...org Title: Chicago Style Manal Author: University of Chicago Language: English Subject: NonFiction, Reference Publisher: World Public Library A... ...not bodily be carried over into the field of others. Thus, in the matter of literary references, for instance, general practice has established cer... ...PITALIZATION CAPITALIZE- I. Proper nouns and adjectives: George, America, Englishman; Elizabethan, French (see 46). 2. Generic terms forming a par... ...f political parties, religious denomina- tions or sects, and philosophical, literary, and artistic schools, and their adherents : Republican, Conse... ...eforma- tion, Inquisition, Commonwealth (Cromwell's), Commune (Paris); Old English (OE-see IIO), Middle High German (MHG), the Age of Elizabeth; Pl... ... tions, acquired special significance as designations for parties, classes, movements, etc. (see 7) : Protestant League, Holy Alliance, Dreibund; th... ...tution (of the United States, when standing alone, or when referred to as a literary document), Declaration of Independence, Act of Emancipa- tion,... ...al wwds in, 37; to be roman-quoted, 72. "Mount," to be spelled out, 94. ' Movements, historical, capitalization of names of, 14. " Nzynely," use ...

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Information Technology Tales

By: Brad Bradford

...rope The illiterate warrior-king brings the scholarly monk Alcuin and his literary arts and sciences school system to France to create the Carolingi... ...but the French language may exert even greater impact on the evolution of English. The Treasure of Our Tongue nourishes the rise of democracies. ... ...lism‖ simply because they were capitalists themselves. 16. Shaping the English Language William Caxton’s print shop helps standardize The Treasu... ... Henry VIII’s first act as ―pope‖ orders and then funds the first printed English Bible. 17. Ottmar Mergenthaler Does It Again Inventors strived ... ... confined almost entirely to the clergy and spawned no wide ranging social movements, such as the one developed in the later Italian Renaissance. In... ...a wide variety of British dialects, grammars, and spellings into a single literary language—still flexible but widely recognized as English througho...

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The Williams Record

By: Student Media

...ssing dishonesty and vice in I)oliticB. Future niuiiioipal good government movements will turn upon the positive oonstructive policy of acooniplishing... ...on of child labor. This, until five years ago, was considered a distinctly English problem, with which the citizens of this country had nothing to do ... ...- - - - Mass College Barber Shop First class Work Guaranteed.New hand-made English Razors and Strops. J. V. AZIER Next to Morgan Hall Williamstown Col... ... RICH New Members Chosen—Editor and Manag;er Elected At n nieoting of tiie Literary Monthly hoiird, held 'I'liesday evoiiiijg. G(!rald Mygatt 1908 of ... ...ociation—Preiident, K. S. Dotnett '07; captain, J. A. Linen, Jr., Williams Literary Monthly—Buiiness manager, J. K. Byard '08; editor-in- chief, Geral... ...RSPROOF Mass, College Barber Shop First classWork Guaranteed.New hand-made English Razors and Strops. J. V. AZIER Next to Morgan Hall Williamstown Col... ...J. P. Sutherland, 303 Beacon Street. Oradualo DoparfmonI Philosophical and Literary Courses. For pradiuTtes onty. Address Dean B. P. Bowne, 13 Somerse... ...s in need of men of chivalry, who, believing in peace conferences and such movements, are still unwill- ing to sacrifice the sijirit of strug- gle and... ...e took up his residence in Cleveland where ho was keenly interested in all movements for the political betterment of tho city and the state. Mr. Garfi...

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The Public Domain : Enclosing the Commons of the Mind

By: James Boyle

...s also inspired and informed by colleagues and students in computer science, English, history, and political science. But the work I am describing her... ...,004,596 for a “Sealed Crustless Sandwich.” In the curiously mangled form of English that patent law produces, it was described this way: A sealed cru... ...y products for us? Why do we have trademark law, this “homestead law for the English language”? 4 Why not simply allow anyone to use any name or attra... ... the same thing. Think of the people who would work on Buster Keaton, or the literary classics of the 1930s, or the films of the Second World War, or f... ...y of valuable books to be maintained, authors “must be remunerated for their literary labour. And there are only two ways in which they can be remu- n... ...d. “I can conceive no system more fatal to the integrity and independence of literary men than one under which they should be taught to look for their... ...motivations, skills, and reserve prices. 5 The free and open source software movements have produced software that rivals or, some claim, exceeds the ... ...ulating innova- tion. 13 His work has touched almost every single one of the movements discussed here. The Access to Knowledge movement has many insti... ...thoughtful and careful development of the parallel between the two enclosure movements, see T ravis, “Pirates of the Information Infrastructure.” 11. ...

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Terrorists and Freedom Fighters

By: Sam Vaknin

...Gorgija Pulevski published a poem "Macedonian Fairy" in 1878. The Young Macedonian Literary Society was established in 1891 and started publishing ... ...ardar Society and the Macedonian Club in Belgrade founded the Macedonian Scholarly-Literary Society in 1902 (in Russia). Their "Macedonian National... ...In a 1904 book called 'Macedonia: Its Races and Their Future', H. N. Brailsford, an English relief worker, describes lawless conditions in Macedonia... ...and so were the Jews. Indeed, Croatia's Serbs wasted no time in joining resistance movements against the Nazis and the NDH. Anyhow, the vacuum crea... ...enocidal activities - is alienating the Serbs and adding to the ranks of resistance movements throughout Yugoslavia, there was precious little the G... ... another venerable political prisoner. The PPK was co-founded by Veton Surroi, the English-speaking, US-educated, son of a Yugoslav diplomat and ed... ...ations from drug lords. In this, it is no different from all major modern guerilla movements. But it did not peddle drugs - not because of moral sc... ...eja Matejic and Dragan Milivojevic, "An Anthology of Medieval Serbian Literature in English", Columbus, Ohio: Slavica, 1978 Any effort to understa...

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Heroes of Unknown Seas and Savage Lands

By: J. W. Buel

...England and France give license to prey on Spanish commerce -- A defeat of the English -- Capture of colonists -- They are freed and re-establish them... ...blish themselves -- Formation of a communistic settlement -- Occupation by the English and French of many islands -- A fort built at Tortuga -- Captur... ...by Spaniards and massacre of the people -- A few survivors turn freebooters -- English and French sailors and Colonists become pirates against Spanish... ... in the sky, the mountain waves crashing on the deck in watery avalanches, the movements of the tides, astounding from their immensity, marvellous fro... ... tales, the poet matter for a score of epics. It is impossible to overrate the literary value of material which had its origin in the sailor's fancy. ... ...rtars, who had concealed themselves behind a high land, and who, observing the movements of their enemies, retreated around the protecting hills, as t... ...same discipline that had distinguished their advance characterized the present movements of the natives, who left the Spaniards with little more glory...

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Empire and Wars

By: Sam Vaknin

...(multiply, in some cases), have fallen prey to enraged and vigorous "people power" movements in their countries. And these breaches of the democra... ...n. Many of these share the same old background in Marxist- inspired revolutionary movements in the Middle East. Ideology and facade have changed w... ...est and pro-Western Muslim regimes than in supporting any true national liberation movements. Even if they try to infiltrate and influence conflict... ...with Turkey is, plausibly, anti-Arab. Turkish security officials confirmed to the English- language daily, Turkish Daily News, in March last year, ... ...e different: the operations and processes of universal necessity" (Guide to Modern Literary and Cultural Theorists, ed. Stuart Sim, Prentice-Hall, ... ...ench. Certified Financial Analyst by Brainbench. Full proficiency in Hebrew and in English. Business Experience 1980 to 1983 Founder and co-own... ...onot, Tel-Aviv, 1997 "The Suffering of Being Kafka" (electronic book of Hebrew and English Short Fiction), Prague and Skopje, 1998-2004 "The Maced...

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Trendsiters Digital Content and Web Technologies

By: Sam Vaknin

... Latin kidnapped the word "plagion" from ancient Greek and it ended up in English as "plagiarism". It literally means "to kidnap" - most commonly, t... ...positioning are already fierce - a good sign. The Internet used to be an English, affluent middle-class, white collar, male phenomenon. It has long... ...business - are narrowing. Already there are more women than men users and English is the language of less than half of all web sites. The wireless Ne... ...ombs spares only quality content providers. Consider Ploughshares, the Literary Journal. It is a venerable, not for profit, print journal publis... ... generated by the authors will thus transform Ploughshares into a leading literary portal. But Ploughshares did not stop at this standard features... ...online publishing permissions for their work to third parties. No print literary magazine can beat this one stop shop. So, how can print publicatio... ... public institutions (such as the Library of Congress)? Should open source movements gain access to Deja's source code in order to launch Deja II? An... ...law, of its very being, is slow (compared to the speed of light financial movements). From another angle, we should study not only the legal questi... ...tation to any place and any time). "Umheilicht" must be overcome with two movements of extreme tension: a deep study in history (natural, universal...

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