Search Results (14 titles)

Searched over 7.2 Billion pages in 0.92 seconds

 
English Male Singers (X) Education (X)

       
1
Records: 1 - 14 of 14 - Pages: 
  • Cover Image

Kabbalah for the Student

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...builders and built palaces of pleasure. He gathered all the musicians and singers and built him concert halls, and called the finest bakers and chef... ...nd built palaces of pleasure for him, collected all the musicians and the singers and built him concert halls. He assembled the best chefs and baker... ... feel the beauty of the buildings; and he was deaf and could not hear the singers. Sadly, he was diabetic, and was permitted to eat only coarse-flou... ... its gender according to its functionality at that time: active/giving is male, and passive/receiving is female. 5 7 0 K a b b a ... ...hina that remained in each Masach, prompted the elicitation of two levels—male and female—in the heads of all the Partzufim: beginning in AB de AK, ... ...tkalelut (mingling/integration) is called Hitkalelut of the female in the male, since the Reshimo de Aviut from Behina Gimel is called “female,” as ... ... 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...

Read More
  • Cover Image

Information Technology Tales

By: Brad Bradford

...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 ... ...nformation technology. Mnemonics skills that once worked well for poet-singers‘ stories failed to meet the needs of an economic species that irri... ...tock and women from neighbor tribes on the grassier steppes. The Mongol male was perfectly attuned to a natural cycle of raiding other tribes and ... ... the level of violence low but perpetuated tribal conflict. Virtually all male Mongols became warriors Boys began riding before they could walk. T... ...that the pope permit him to divorce his wife, who had failed to produce a male heir, and let him marry his mistress, Anne Boleyn. Anne had strong...

...m the North Scandinavian tongues mingle with those of their Viking cousins, but the French language may exert even greater impact on the evolution of English. The Treasure of Our Tongue nourishes the rise of democracies. -- 13. He Unchained Books-The German goldsmith’s invention frees access to library books and breaks the chains of ignorance that held most of mankind in b...

Read More
  • Cover Image

Words to Wright By

By: Robin Bayne

...o the region and never moved back. She holds an interdisciplinary degree in English, history and drama and a law degree from the University of Richmo... ...arden, FL.. She also plans travel for the Lake Highland Prep School Academy Singers of Orlando and writes creative entertainment programs for Family ... ..., teaches piano on the side, and lives with her husband, three sons, and two male cats in Southeastern Lower Michigan. W ebsite: http://www.jilleileen...

Read More
  • Cover Image

Tokyo to Tijuana: Gabriele Departing America

By: Steven David Justin Sills

...to talk to him again." Yang Lin had told him that his father suspected all male callers and that Sang Huin would have to give a defense of his acqua... ... 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... ...lination for a central government for governments are only needed to control malevolent men. When the scattered men unified for monthly reproductive s... ...y and that boy hadn't slipped away from the influence of the mother toward a male role model, she would have been branded a homosexual by one impact o... ...t to him as to other foreigners, "Taxi cab! Border line, Mister!"; mariachi singers; zebra wagons for tourist photos; Burger King; stores with rectan...

...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...

Read More
  • Cover Image

Laws of Destiny Never Disappear : Culture of Thailand in the Postlocal World

By: Matti Sarmela

.... For this volume, has in turn translated the interviews from Finnish into English. In selecting villagers' accounts, I have attempted to include diff... ...sk and purposeful way has dealt with the task of translating the book into English. This book is dedicated to my wife, Leena. Helsinki, 15 December 20... ... houses, nor paintings - the walls are hung with pictures of the king, pop singers and film stars, and calendars, but some have acquired carved teak p... ...vely to men. Women have done sewing and handicrafts, but tailors are often male, as was the case in Finnish villages; today, young men are already see... ...one voice, the children learn the alphabet, the multiplication tables, the English language; children's happy choral singing and speech echoes from sc... ... Ordinary Thai faces are only seen occasionally on TV news. Neither do pop singers on TV sing like people in Thailand used to sing. Their voices do no... ...le is tending towards the Western. Pop stars sing in the same style as pop singers on all the world's televisions. In Thailand, lightening shampoos, l... ...ar, the groom on the bride's right. Each has their assistants, the groom a male best man, the bride one or two bridesmaids, who take charge of the mon... ...on, to deliver him a Songkran greeting. This ceremony was deemed to be too male-oriented, and a new celebratory tradition was created to better reflec...

Read More
  • Cover Image

The Path of Splitness

By: Indrek Pringi

...e should he penetrate and split? Everythingness or Nothingness? He lost his male aggressiveness and confidence. As a result of his indecisiveness,... ...ch he could split all over again. In case you haven’t noticed; the Energy of male Impetus likes to penetrate things… and then go around and come ba... ... fast-slow, far-near, forward-back, degeneration, re-composition, life-death, male-female, in-out, positive polarity- negative polarity. The ... ...nce. The Universal symbols of Birth and Infinity are semantically correct in English, and in Mathematics, and in Gender. When you use logic organi... ...gration from the Portuguese to the Spanish to the Africans to the Dutch to the English is matched with a tectonic plate arriving in the exact same hi... ...ved in the exact same locations where the first Portuguese, Spanish Dutch and English colonies were founded. This is definitely not a coincidence… ... ...; that features ordinary people trying to mimic-duplicate famous entertainers-singers. The premises… the assumptions… the norms, the normality, the... ... is a competition. It assumes that entertainers and artists and composers and singers must compete against each other in order to gain popular recog... ...e to compete at all… no matter if they happen to be ten times better than the singers who do compete… then they automatically lose. And are conside...

Read More
  • Cover Image

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... ...re—the mix of earnest essays and saccharine greeting cards and scantily clad singers and poetic renditions of Norse myths—will be decentral- ized to t... ...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... ...east till he figures out how to get his own shit together. T oday I hear some singers who I think sound like me. Joe Cocker, for instance. Man, I know ... ...ms that there was a different source, a mysterious song by the Bailey Gospel Singers, or the Harold Bailey Gospel Singers, called “I’ve Got a Savior.”... ...-mockery, as it explores the concerns of the rich African-American celebrity male. My favorite line is “If you ain’t no punk, holler ‘We want prenup!!... ...l, who uses her sexuality for profit. Put them together and you have bookends—male fantasy and male nightmare. Was that Mr. West’s point? Perhaps. The ...

Read More
  • Cover Image

Voices from the Past

By: Paul Alexander Bartlett

...tion and an acuteness in the delineation of character.” FORD MADOX FORD, English novelist, about Bartlett: “...a writer of very considerable merit.... ...was our first excursion around the whole island, in years. We sailed past Malea Point to Eresos, to Antiss, then Methymn, and round our island, back ... ...lleviate my longing. Her perfume, kisses and caresses were not the crude, male love I wanted. However, I was half in my dreams and I remembered the ... ...haraxos...no, harshness is not in keeping with a wedding. I can hear the male chorus. I hear the surf... Below us, the ocean eats at its rocks, ab... ...the courtesy of the translator, Dr. Ray Rummers, Chairman, Department of English, Baylor University. LEONARDO DA VINCI... ... together...played cards, talked about my Anghiari...when she posed I had singers for her... I loaned her little sums; she lent me money; she sent m... ...ours in his cabin where I gave up to his booked walls: volumes in French, English, Italian, Greek, manuscripts in Latin and Hebrew, his literary wor... ...ness, out of the wilderness...” I turned in mighty late that night, yet singers were still singing, singing “Gen- tle Annie” and other favorites. ...

Read More
  • Cover Image

Hesiod the Homeric Hymns and Homerica

By: Hugh G. Evelyn White

...ing student publication project to bring classical works of literature, in English, to free and easy access of those wishing to make use of them, and ... ...the Boeotian poetry may be taken to have its germ in maxims similar to our English ‘Till May be out, ne’er cast a clout,’ or ‘A rainbow in the morning... ...sque, quasi-comic character, and it is also the best-known of the Hymns to English readers in consequence of Shelley’s translation. After a brief narr... ...he mid-month is very unfavourable for plants, but is good for the birth of males, though unfavourable for a girl either to be born at all or to be mar... ...d be born. Such an one is very sound-witted. The tenth is favourable for a male to be born; but, for a girl, the fourth day of the mid-month. On that ... ...mless for men. It is a good day on which to beget or to be born both for a male and a female: it is never an wholly evil day. (ll. 814-818) Again, few... ...to men. For it is through the Muses and far-shooting Apollo that there are singers and harpers upon the earth; but princes are of Zeus, and happy is h... ...the gathering, the Muses of Pieria were beginning a song like clear-voiced singers. (ll. 207-215) And on the shield was a harbour with a safe haven fr... ... 26: (1) ‘So Urania bare Linus, a very lovely son: and him all men who are singers and harpers do bewail at feasts and dances, and as they begin and a...

Read More
  • Cover Image

To Build a Fire : And Other Stories

By: Jack London

...y and pepper sauce and” — “Dump it in. Who ’s making this punch, anyway?” And Male mute Kid smiled benignantly through the clouds of steam. “By the ... ...e of a glori ous ferment of sugar and sour dough. That was before your time,” Malemute Kid said as he turned to Stanley Prince, a young mining expert... ... he had heard of this wild deed, when at Forty Mile the preceding winter. Then Malemute Kid, who was a born raconteur, told the unvar nished tale of ... ...nd the board. Aliens from a dozen lands, they toasted each and all. It was the Englishman, Prince, who pledged “Uncle Sam, the precocious infant of th... ... Smiling incredulously, the Kid glanced at his well stocked ar senal, and the Englishman, realizing his impotency, turned for the door. But the dog d... ...tion; but when she came to him with her wonderful smile and her straight clean English, and talked to the point, without pleading or persuad ing, he ... ...me to pass in the time when the fools are dead, and when there will be no more singers to stand still and sing the ‘Song of the Bees.’ Bees are not me... ...r women, with his priests and sorcerers, his dancers and flute players and hula singers, and fighting men and servants, and his high chiefs with their w...

...le too strong? Whiskey and alcohol?s bad enough; but when it comes to brandy and peppersauce and?--?Dump it in. Who?s making this punch, anyway?? And Malemute Kid smiled benignantly through the clouds of steam. ?By the time you?ve been in this country as long as I have, my son, and lived on rabbit tracks and salmon-belly, you?ll learn that Christmas comes only once per ann...

Read More
  • Cover Image

Magnum Bonum or Mother Careys Brood

By: Charlotte Mary Yonge

...ing student publication project to bring classical works of literature, in English, to free and easy access of those wishing to make use of them. Cove... ...aid Mr. Brownlow laughing—having just found her trying to make out the Old English of King Alfred’s 7 Yonge ‘Boethius’—”such as this?” “Just so! They... ... of the verb “to be” in five languages—Greek, Latin, French, Ger- man, and English. “And Allen—reposing on your honours? Eh, my boy?” Allen looked rat... ... Who would have thought of his getting the whole set to dress up as nigger singers, with black faces and banjoes, and coming to dance and sing in fron... ...in a still more curious way. So when, in terror of our aunt, the whole fe- male household have done their best to turn out Miss Janet respectable, bet... ... women.” “Not both together.” “Yes, I tell you, the whole boiling of them, male and female. There’ s a fat German Countess, who always calls Jock her ... ...ories as to his private character. These were as- cribed by Bobus to pious malevolence, and Janet had accepted the explanation, and cultivated a bowin...

Read More
  • Cover Image

The Kalevala the Epic Poem of Finland Translated into English

By: John Martin Crawford

...THE KALEVALA The Epic Poem of Finland T ranslated into English By John Martin Crawford 1888 1888 1888 1888 1888 A P ENN S TATE E L... ...ing student publication project to bring classical works of literature, in English, to free and easy access of those wishing to make use of them. Cove... ....462 5 The Kalevala THE KALEVALA The Epic Poem of Finland Translated into English By John Martin Crawford 1888 1888 1888 1888 1888 To Dr. J.D. Buck, ... ...on, Gout, Sterility, and Cancer.” The third daughter of Tuoni combines the malevolent and repugnant attributes of her two sisters, and is represented ... ...aracters of the Kalevala are mostly superhuman, magic beings. Even the fe male actors are powerful sorceresses, and the hostess of Pohyola, especiall... ...oldest legends, Chant to him my garnered wisdom, That this best of boasted singers, That this famous bard of Suomi, Shall be worsted in the contest, S... ...be as flint stone, And as oak his nether raiment; And this famous, best of singers, Thus bewitched, shall carry ever, In his heart a stony burden, On ... ...kahainen thus beseeches: “O thou ancient Wainamoinen, Wisest of the wisdom singers, Cease at last thine incantations, Only turn away thy magic, And my... ...than the pike of Suomi, Has less fins than any female, Not the fins of any male fish, 71 The Kalevala Not the stripes of sea born maidens, Not the be...

...Preface: The following translation was undertaken from a desire to lay before the English-speaking people the full treasury of epical beauty, folklore, and mythology comprised in The Kalevala, the national epic of the Finns. A brief description of this peculiar people, and of their ethical, linguistic, soc...

Read More
  • Cover Image

The Witch and Other Stories

By: Anton Chekhov

...ing student publication project to bring classical works of literature, in English, to free and easy access of those wishing to make use of them. Cove... ....................................................................... 139 A MALEFACTOR ................................................................... ...eemed as though the whole house were smiling, too. Beggars and pil- grims, male and female, began to come into the yard, a thing which had never happe... ...ights and the bright coloured dresses dazzled Lipa; she felt as though the singers with their loud voices were hitting her on the head with a hammer. ... ...rd instead of a tie, stared at the same spot lost in thought, and when the singers shouted loudly he hurriedly crossed himself. He felt touched and di... ...tion to them. The young couple had scarcely crossed the threshold when the singers, who were already standing in the outer room with their music books... ...r little axes… .” He drank little and was now only drunk from one glass of English bitters. The revolting bitters, made from nobody knows what, intoxi... ...wn life. The sheep were pondering, too. 149 The Witch and other stories A MALEFACTOR AN EXCEEDINGLY LEAN little peasant, in a striped hempen shirt an...

...135 HAPPINESS ................................................................................................................................. 139 A MALEFACTOR ........................................................................................................................ 149 PEASANTS....................................................................................

Read More
  • Cover Image

Thus Spake Zarathustra

By: Friedrich Nietzsche

...going student publication project to bring classical works of literature, in English, to free and easy access of those wishing to make use of them. Co... ...hee; and they repay thy benefi- 58 Thus Spake Zarathustra cence with secret maleficence. Thy silent pride is always counter to their taste; they rejo... ...snow. In all their lamentations soundeth vengeance, in all their eulogies is maleficence; and being judge seemeth to them bliss. But thus do I counsel... ...hough I be alone in an empty house, and must sing it to mine own ears. Other singers are there, to be sure, to whom only the full house maketh the voi... ...it happened that the ass also found ut- terance: it said distinctly and with malevolence, Y-E-A.) ’Twas once—methinks year one of our blessed Lord,— D... ...t terrifies the modern soul; it is his one anxi- ety, his one ghastly fear” (English Edition, page 141). In his feverish scurry to find entertainment ... ...which, at first sight, seems to be merely “le manoir a l’envers,” indeed one English critic has actually said of Nietzsche, that “Thus Spake Zarathust...

Read More
       
1
Records: 1 - 14 of 14 - Pages: 
 
 





Copyright © World Library Foundation. All rights reserved. eBooks from Project Gutenberg are sponsored by the World Library Foundation,
a 501c(4) Member's Support Non-Profit Organization, and is NOT affiliated with any governmental agency or department.