Terror at the Talent Show

Terror at the Talent Show Author Marcus Emerson
ISBN-10 1760295590
Release 2017-01-25
Pages 256
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Continuing the havoc-meets-hilarious adventures of Chase Cooper, who is the leader of a secret society of ninjas at his school.



The Reinvention of Moxie Roosevelt

The Reinvention of Moxie Roosevelt Author Elizabeth Cody Kimmel
ISBN-10 9781101427507
Release 2010-06-10
Pages 256
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Moxie Roosevelt Kipper is an ordinary girl with an extraordinary name, but that is about to change. She's starting boarding school, and it's time to reinvent herselfÑto become worthy of a name like "Moxie." So she tries a bunch of personalities to try to figure out which one suits her best. But she quickly loses track of who she actually is and who she's supposed to be at any given moment! And as Moxie deals with new friendships and new situations, she comes to realize that boarding school is not what it seems and she's not the only one who isn't what she claims to be.



Philippine Security in the Age of Terror

Philippine Security in the Age of Terror Author Rommel Banlaoi
ISBN-10 9781439815519
Release 2009-10-13
Pages 376
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As the twelfth most populous nation, the Philippines’ diverse religious and ethnic population makes it an ideal example of the changing tenet of what is deemed national security—post 9/11. Issues previously considered social or public are now viewed as security issues. Food production is now analyzed in the context of food security and environmental degradation is now a part of environmental security. This broadened perspective is not unique to the Philippines, but—thanks to the island nation’s long struggle with issues of Muslim radicalism, democracy, and globalization—it serves as a model worth studying. And no one is better positioned to take on this study than Rommel C. Banlaoi, Chairman and Executive Director of the Philippine Institute for Peace, Violence, and Terrorism Research. In Philippine Security in the Age of Terror: National, Regional, and Global Challenges in the Post-9/11 World, Banlaoi illustrates the increasing complexity of the issues. Divided into three sections, the book explores why a nation’s security can no longer be just about its military or only about what is happening within its borders. Section I reviews issues specific to the Philippine people, including politics, national identity, globalization, and local and military security. Section II moves to bilateral security issues to report on security interests and collaborations with the United States, China, and Australia—as well as with India, Japan, and Russia. Section III examines selected global, regional, and multilateral issues such as maritime security, piracy, and the ASEAN Regional Forum. The comprehensive approach and coverage within the book reflects the author’s diverse interests as a scholar of politics, security, terrorism, and international relations. More importantly, it documents an intellectual journey that national policymakers across the world need to consider if they hope to achieve the shift in thinking that will promote the well-being of the world’s populations as the strategic centerpiece of any war on terrorism.



In the Wake of Terror

In the Wake of Terror Author Jonathan D. Moreno
ISBN-10 0262633027
Release 2004
Pages 229
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Timely and provocative essays on bioethical questions brought to the forefront by the bioterrorist threat.



The Teacher s Tales of Terror

The Teacher s Tales of Terror Author Chris Priestley
ISBN-10 9781408823026
Release 2011-03-07
Pages 64
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Chris Priestley has readers on the edge of their seats in this trio of terrifying stories as a teacher and his pupils share three spine-chilling tales. But, of course, with a very surprising ending that resounds like a slamming door on a quiet night!



Macdonald Hall 2 Go Jump in the Pool

Macdonald Hall  2  Go Jump in the Pool Author Gordon Korman
ISBN-10 9781443128025
Release 2013-09-01
Pages 176
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Gordon Korman's classic, bestselling series celebrates its 35th anniversary! Macdonald Hall's ivy-covered buildings have housed and educated many fine young Canadians. But Bruno Walton and Boots O'Neal are far from being fine young Canadians. The roommates and best friends are nothing but trouble! Together they've snuck out after lights-out, swapped flags, kidnapped mascots . . . and that's only the beginning. When Bruno and Boots learn that Macdonald Hall is about to lose some of its best students to its arch-rival, York Academy, because the Hall doesn't have a swimming pool, they go on the warpath, determined to save the school. But their fundraising schemes turn to hilarious chaos! Join two of Gordon Korman's most memorable characters in seven side-splitting, rip-roaring adventures! Macdonald Hall is the series that started it all, and thirty-five years later it remains a must-read for old fans and new, the young - and the young at heart.



Neues vollst ndiges kritisches W rterbuch der englischen und deutschen Sprache

Neues vollst  ndiges kritisches W  rterbuch der englischen und deutschen Sprache Author Friedrich Wilhelm Thieme
ISBN-10 BSB:BSB10702805
Release 1864
Pages 1351
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Neues vollst ndiges kritisches W rterbuch der englischen und deutschen Sprache has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Neues vollst ndiges kritisches W rterbuch der englischen und deutschen Sprache also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Neues vollst ndiges kritisches W rterbuch der englischen und deutschen Sprache book for free.



Why Did Nobody Tell Me

Why Did Nobody Tell Me Author Natasha Joffe
ISBN-10 9781408822265
Release 2012
Pages 405
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WHY DID NOBODY TELL ME... ... that the gurus don't always know best ... that you don't have to 'get your figure back' six weeks after birth ... that you don't need to worry about the other parents at the school gates ... that it's okay to let them eat dirt ... that you don't have to have a naughty step And most importantly ... that you should never buy a guinea pig? Drawn from the message boards of mumsnet.com and based on the assumption that if thousands of parents have found a piece of advice to be helpful then you can be pretty sure it's worth knowing, this book shapes that collective wisdom into dozens of dos and don'ts that will lead you through the minefield that is twenty-first-century parenting.



The Joys of Barnyard Music

The Joys of Barnyard Music Author Jon Garate
ISBN-10 9781465332660
Release 2009-06-22
Pages 81
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So, what in thunder is Barnyard Music, anyway? Simply put, it is music for fun—music for amateurs—music for people who love music, but think they have no talent for singing or playing an instrument. Here comes Barnyard Music, to get you past the idea that because you think you have no talent, you cannot enjoy anything beyond listening. Within the pages of this little book, you will find at the very least, one inspiration to encourage you to go ahead and sing, or learn to play at the least, in some simple form, a musical instrument. This is not a book to teach you the mechanics of playing. It is not a book for those who wish to be rich and famous. It is not a book for those who wish to play refined, note perfect music. It is not a book about singing in perfect pitch, or even being able to carry a tune. What it is about, hopefully, is a book of inspirational stories, and Barnyard Music Theory that will encourage you to go ahead and enjoy music—your own personal, internal music—at whatever level of talent you possess. And it is my belief that anyone who can set aside any tendencies towards perfectionism, can enjoy making their own music, and just about everybody has a song inside. Hopefully you will find something in the pages of this book that will help you to set that song free.



Confident Communication

Confident Communication Author Douglas A. Parker
ISBN-10 0761946896
Release 2003
Pages 171
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A guide to educators provides advice on public speaking, covering such topics as using nervousness as an advantage, improving confidence, and evaluating written speeches.



Cinematic Terror

Cinematic Terror Author Tony Shaw
ISBN-10 9781441158093
Release 2014-11-20
Pages 328
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Cinematic Terror takes a uniquely long view of filmmakers' depiction of terrorism, examining how cinema has been a site of intense conflict between paramilitaries, state authorities and censors for well over a century. In the process, it takes us on a journey from the first Age of Terror that helped trigger World War One to the Global War on Terror that divides countries and families today. Tony Shaw looks beyond Hollywood to pinpoint important trends in the ways that film industries across Europe, North and South America, Asia, Africa and the Middle East have defined terrorism down the decades. Drawing on a vast array of studio archives, government documentation, personal interviews and box office records, Shaw examines the mechanics of cinematic terrorism and challenges assumptions about the links between political violence and propaganda.



Cities in a Time of Terror

Cities in a Time of Terror Author H.V. Savitch
ISBN-10 9781317474562
Release 2014-12-18
Pages 296
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This book is about urban terror - its meaning, its ramifications, and its impact on city life. Written by a well-known expert in the field, "Cities in a Time of Terror" draws on data from more than a thousand cities across the globe and traces the evolution of urban terrorism between 1968 and 2006. It explains what kinds of cities have become prime targets, why terrorism has become increasingly lethal, and how its inspiration has changed from secular to religious. The author describes urban terrorism as an attempt to use the city's own strength against itself, forcing it to implode, and delineates three basic logics of terrorist choices for targeting cities. The book also includes a discussion of local resilience - the city's capacity to bounce back from attack - and suggests how that can be sustained. Examples from New York, London, Jerusalem, Istanbul, Moscow, Paris, and Madrid illustrate the book's central themes.



Billboard

Billboard Author
ISBN-10
Release 1951-12-08
Pages 92
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In its 114th year, Billboard remains the world's premier weekly music publication and a diverse digital, events, brand, content and data licensing platform. Billboard publishes the most trusted charts and offers unrivaled reporting about the latest music, video, gaming, media, digital and mobile entertainment issues and trends.



Horror after 9 11

Horror after 9 11 Author Aviva Briefel
ISBN-10 9780292742420
Release 2012-08-24
Pages 273
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Horror films have exploded in popularity since the tragic events of September 11, 2001, many of them breaking box-office records and generating broad public discourse. These films have attracted A-list talent and earned award nods, while at the same time becoming darker, more disturbing, and increasingly apocalyptic. Why has horror suddenly become more popular, and what does this say about us? What do specific horror films and trends convey about American society in the wake of events so horrific that many pundits initially predicted the death of the genre? How could American audiences, after tasting real horror, want to consume images of violence on screen? Horror after 9/11 represents the first major exploration of the horror genre through the lens of 9/11 and the subsequent transformation of American and global society. Films discussed include the Twilight saga; the Saw series; Hostel; Cloverfield; 28 Days Later; remakes of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Dawn of the Dead, and The Hills Have Eyes; and many more. The contributors analyze recent trends in the horror genre, including the rise of 'torture porn,' the big-budget remakes of classic horror films, the reinvention of traditional monsters such as vampires and zombies, and a new awareness of visual technologies as sites of horror in themselves. The essays examine the allegorical role that the horror film has held in the last ten years, and the ways that it has been translating and reinterpreting the discourses and images of terror into its own cinematic language.



Terror at Dark Harbor

Terror at Dark Harbor Author Ross, W. E. D. (William Edward Daniel)
ISBN-10 0380003686
Release 1975
Pages 189
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Englisch Deutsch

Englisch Deutsch Author
ISBN-10 ONB:+Z229287007
Release 1859
Pages
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Terror Security and Money

Terror  Security  and Money Author John Mueller
ISBN-10 9780199912285
Release 2011-10-11
Pages 280
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In seeking to evaluate the efficacy of post-9/11 homeland security expenses--which have risen by more than a trillion dollars, not including war costs--the common query has been, "Are we safer?" This, however, is the wrong question. Of course we are "safer"--the posting of a single security guard at one building's entrance enhances safety. The correct question is, "Are any gains in security worth the funds expended?" In this engaging, readable book, John Mueller and Mark Stewart apply risk and cost-benefit evaluation techniques to answer this very question. This analytical approach has been used throughout the world for decades by regulators, academics, and businesses--but, as a recent National Academy of Science study suggests, it has never been capably applied by the people administering homeland security funds. Given the limited risk terrorism presents, expenses meant to lower it have for the most part simply not been worth it. For example, to be considered cost-effective, increased American homeland security expenditures would have had each year to have foiled up to 1,667 attacks roughly like the one intended on Times Square in 2010--more than four a day. Cataloging the mistakes that the US has made--and continues to make--in managing homeland security programs, Terror, Security, and Money has the potential to redirect our efforts toward a more productive and far more cost-effective course.