All We Had

Author: Annie Weatherwax
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1476755221
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Starting over in a small town after a series of poverty-induced hardships, 13-year-old Ruthie and her waitress mother, Rita, forge family-like bonds with the locals, only to fall for a subprime mortgage loan scheme that compels Rita to make ...

Words Were All We Had

Author: María de la Luz Reyes
Publisher: Teachers College Press
ISBN: 9780807770764
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This engaging collection examines the personal narratives of a select group of well-respected educators who attained biliteracy when they were young students, and in the era before bilingual education.

All We Had Was Each Other

Author: Don Wallis
Publisher: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 9780253334282
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African Americans in a segregated Midwestern town describe their exclusion and their own community

All We Had In Common

Author: Eva Elle Rose
ISBN: 9781848977938
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The closeness which can develop between two people who, on the surface, appear too different or too distant can turn into something which defines us as a human being. Such is the relationship between Dodi and her daughter-in-law, Eva.

Well Of Time

Author: steven ross keith
ISBN: 0557329396
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Really way back then we had to get up and change channels. Out there. Out
where we lived were there even three channels? If there were, they were fuzzy
and not on all day and all night. This was way before MTV. When Laurence Welk,
when Ed Sullivan ruled the airways. And we, we were captive. We were held
subject to what we were offered. And I swear I know we were at that, at that time
twenty, thirty years behind the world. I was digging, digging potatoes. Shoveling
sidewalks ...

Five Years That S All We Got

Author: Sandra Borchert
Publisher: neobooks
ISBN: 3847676482
Size: 74.54 MB
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As for my work we got more and more employees. Mostly women were hired so
the bullying gradually stopped. Honored I noticed that now I had to take care of
several trainees, which made me very proud. By autumn I was incredibly busy.
But when the leaves began to fall I also became very moody. First I wondered
why, but actually I knew very well. Someone was missing. I tried to repress my
thoughts of Philip, because he surely had found someone else. And for me it was
time too.

Die Versorgung Des Brandverletzten Im Katastrophenfall

Author: P.R. Zellner
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
ISBN: 3642724442
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many of them would have had stiff hands at 3 weeks before we grafted them.
Over half of the patients had actually left hospital at that time because of early
grafting. The scalps were not successful at all. We had some failures, but we must
truly acknowledge the part the physiotherapist's played in maintaining good hand
function. It is particularly sad that a paper was published very shortly after the
Bradford fire in the British Medical Journal and no acknowledgement was made
to the ...

Farthest North

Author: Fridtjof Nansen
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 1626369615
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We had to keep the boat outside the surf, and haul both skins and flesh on board
with a line; a good deal of water came with them, but there was no help for it. And
then we had to row north along the shore against the wind and sea as hard as we
could. It was very tough work. The wind had increased, and it was all we could do
to make headway against it. Seals were diving round us, white whales coming
and going, but we had no eyes for them now. Suddenly Henriksen called out that

The Master Of The Dream World

Author: Sandra Chandler
Publisher: WestBow Press
ISBN: 1449715621
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Even as we were shoved into the huts along with the others, the two unfortunate
souls were ...” Marcus paused, gave a violent shake of his head. “... torn apart
before our very eyes; their limbs carted off for the natives to gnaw upon. Imagine
our horror when we realized that we had stumbled upon an island inhabited by
cannibals. I had heard of such places but had been fortunate enough to avoid
them in my many travels. All we could think and talk about was how to escape,
get back to ...