Maximum Ride

Author: James Patterson
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ISBN: 9789751025456
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Ravine Vol 2

Author: Ron Marz
Publisher: Image Comics
ISBN: 163215238X
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So he too came to the tree. Stein wasn't terribly interested in which weapon he
would pull. They were all heavy-looking swords and spears and axes. He looked
for the lightest ones he could see. Two light short swords were embedded right at
the top of the ... Last night, when he shared this tale around the campfire, he had
to repeat parts of it as more and more came to listen ... She shot him a dirty look
and whispered, "I would have no interest in seeing your puny rebellion
massacred.

Wildlife In Australia

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2 SEPTEMBER, 1964 SURVIVAL OF AUSTRALIAN FAUNA THE most urgent
and important question before all State Fauna Authorities is this — how can we
manage to ensure the survival of Australian fauna? Only those who ... There is
only one other country in the world where marsupials are found — that is South
America; and there are very few in that continent. ... With the dying species may
go one of our last chances to solve some of the outstanding riddles of life and of
evolution.

Rod And Gun In Canada

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The future seems all the more fearsome when one considers that perhaps in the
too near future Kenya may pass out of English control and on to the natives who
will then unleash every sense of brutality. Helen Dieschhourg, 148 East Fulton
Street, Long Beach, New York. EDITORS. Several members of our club have
read your article, "Last Chance for Africa's Wild Animals", with great interest.
Since our club's primary goal is the conservation of African wildlife, I would like to
get copies ...

People Of The Blue Water

Author: Flora Gregg Iliff
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Here too was a gap, narrower than the one that had just turned us back. The
torrent leaped over the bridge to the ground, a fall of thirty feet. It cut off our last
chance to escape by the trails. We had traveled in a circle, up to the Gap and
back, only to meet ... From this point, we watched the water plunging down the
canyon bed, striking tree trunks, boulders or angled walls and shooting long
streamers of spray high into the air. It surged against the buildings, ran up the
walls, then fell back ...

The New World

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ence of Bonaparte in France, could not survive the rupture of that peace filled my
heart, as I looked upon the armed ranks of the mailed curiassiers, I spoils of the
Italian and German wars, bristled on the lampart, not to recall | palace, and lit up
every window in golden splender as ... All the souvenirs of the former wars were
invoked to give spirit to the approaching struggle; and they were sufficiently
numerous to let no work pass over without at least one eventfus victory to
commemorate.

Tail End Charlies

Author: John Nichol
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 1429907363
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We headed home, aware that one of our squadron was no longer with us. We
landed back at Strubby at 12:48 P.M. after being in the air for eight and a half
hours. And that was it. It turned out to be the last major bombing operation carried
out by our squadron and one of the very last Bomber Command attacks of the
war. Headquarters must have thought Hitler was there, otherwise they wouldn't
have sent us in the first place, would they? Of course, Hitler and his henchmen
were not ...

The Spectator

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It's not really ours: three of us shoot there every other Saturday with the farmer
and his labrador, and this might well be our last season. ... but it is difficult to eat
one after it has been shot at ten yards range. One of us confessed. " Not too bad,"
he said defiantly, giving it a quick look and stuffing it into his game-bag. Our last
chance was the kale field. We moved up it in line, nervously tensed. "To hell with
it," said Dan. ... It is these despised trees which we look to foi December
decorations.