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Seven Years

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Alex has spent the majority of his adult life between two very different women—and he can’t make up his mind. Sonia, his wife and business partner, is everything a man would want. Intelligent, gorgeous, charming, and ambitious, she worked tirelessly alongside him to open their architecture firm and to build a life of luxury. But when the seven-year itch sets in, their exhaustion at working long hours coupled with their failed attempts at starting a family get the best of them. Alex soon finds himself kindling an affair with his college lover, Ivona. The young Polish woman who worked in a Catholic mission is the polar opposite of Sonia: dull, passive, taciturn, and plain. Despite having little in common with Ivona, Alex is inexplicably drawn to her while despising himself for it. Torn between his highbrow marriage and his lowbrow affair, Alex is stuck within a spiraling threesome. But when Ivona becomes pregnant, life takes an unexpected turn, and Alex is puzzled more than ever by the mysteries of his heart. Peter Stamm, one of Switzerland’s most acclaimed writers, is at his best exploring the complexities of human relationships. Seven Years is a distinct, sobering, and bold novel about the impositions of happiness in the quest for love.

Seven Years (Seven Series #1)

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Author: Dannika Dark
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***BINGEABLE*** SERIES COMPLETE! Audie Awards Finalist USA TODAY BESTSELLING SERIES ★★★★★ "Fabulous Shifter fun, absolutely awesome from beginning to end." It's been seven years since Lexi Knight lost her brother in a tragic accident. On the anniversary of his death, her brother's best friend shows up unexpectedly - a man she hasn't seen since the funeral. He is no longer the boy Lexi once knew, but a dangerous-looking man with tattoos and dark secrets. He broke her trust and abandoned her family, yet what he reveals makes it impossible to stay angry. Lexi has been secretly infatuated with Austin since childhood, so finding out he's a Shifter just makes him sexier. Dammit. Austin Cole has returned to the city where he grew up, and just in time. He's lived a hard life these past seven years, and the shadows of his past are threatening to destroy Lexi's family. It's time that she learned the truth about her brother, but there is a shocking twist that Austin never saw coming. Now he must protect her family when her mother and sister wind up in mortal danger. Will Lexi learn to accept the truth about who he is, and can Austin salvage a relationship from the ruins of their past? + Cliffhanger-free + HEA SEVEN SERIES READING ORDER: Book 1 - Seven Years (Seven Series #1) Book 2 - Six Months (Seven Series #2) Book 3 - Five Weeks (Seven Series #3) Book 4 - Four Days (Seven Series #4) Book 5 - Three Hours (Seven Series #5) Book 6 - Two Minutes (Seven Series #6) USA TODAY BESTSELLER Book 7 - One Second (Seven Series #7) USA TODAY BESTSELLER Book 8 - Winter Moon (Bonus Novella) SEVEN WORLD Charming OTHER BOOKS: Closer: A Novella Keywords: shapeshifter, forbidden, interracial, happily ever after, alpha male, hero, paranormal romance, romantic comedy, urban fantasy, wolf, wolves, werewolf, shifter, pack, supernatural, alpha, biker, rocker, rock star, native american, love story, steamy, prisoner, exotic dancer, sweethearts, best friends, hea, no cliffhanger, series, family, brothers, romance, heroine, action, adventure, vampire, mage, fantasy, novel, series, mageri, sexy, brilliant, southern, texas, bestseller, lad, bloke, naughty, mage, vampire, realistic love story, tattoos, tatted, hot cars, fairy tale, thriller, new adult, interracial, coming of age, suspense, comedy, humor, bad boy, motorcycle, rock star, tattoos, protagonist, heroine, family, dangerous, action, unrequited, love hate relationships, prince, billionaire, bbw, magic, handsome, hero, pack, demons, angels, panther, jaguar, mortal enemies

Crucible of War

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Author: Fred Anderson
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In this engrossing narrative of the great military conflagration of the mid-eighteenth century, Fred Anderson transports us into the maelstrom of international rivalries. With the Seven Years' War, Great Britain decisively eliminated French power north of the Caribbean — and in the process destroyed an American diplomatic system in which Native Americans had long played a central, balancing role — permanently changing the political and cultural landscape of North America. Anderson skillfully reveals the clash of inherited perceptions the war created when it gave thousands of American colonists their first experience of real Englishmen and introduced them to the British cultural and class system. We see colonists who assumed that they were partners in the empire encountering British officers who regarded them as subordinates and who treated them accordingly. This laid the groundwork in shared experience for a common view of the world, of the empire, and of the men who had once been their masters. Thus, Anderson shows, the war taught George Washington and other provincials profound emotional lessons, as well as giving them practical instruction in how to be soldiers. Depicting the subsequent British efforts to reform the empire and American resistance — the riots of the Stamp Act crisis and the nearly simultaneous pan-Indian insurrection called Pontiac's Rebellion — as postwar developments rather than as an anticipation of the national independence that no one knew lay ahead (or even desired), Anderson re-creates the perspectives through which contemporaries saw events unfold while they tried to preserve imperial relationships. Interweaving stories of kings and imperial officers with those of Indians, traders, and the diverse colonial peoples, Anderson brings alive a chapter of our history that was shaped as much by individual choices and actions as by social, economic, and political forces.

Seven Years

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Author: Peter Stamm
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Alex has spent the majority of his adult life between two very different women—and he can’t make up his mind. Sonia, his wife and business partner, is everything a man would want. Intelligent, gorgeous, charming, and ambitious, she worked tirelessly alongside him to open their architecture firm and to build a life of luxury. But when the seven-year itch sets in, their exhaustion at working long hours coupled with their failed attempts at starting a family get the best of them. Alex soon finds himself kindling an affair with his college lover, Ivona. The young Polish woman who worked in a Catholic mission is the polar opposite of Sonia: dull, passive, taciturn, and plain. Despite having little in common with Ivona, Alex is inexplicably drawn to her while despising himself for it. Torn between his highbrow marriage and his lowbrow affair, Alex is stuck within a spiraling threesome. But when Ivona becomes pregnant, life takes an unexpected turn, and Alex is puzzled more than ever by the mysteries of his heart. Peter Stamm, one of Switzerland’s most acclaimed writers, is at his best exploring the complexities of human relationships. Seven Years is a distinct, sobering, and bold novel about the impositions of happiness in the quest for love.

Seven Years

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Author: Phil Reynolds
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The notion that people are, at the root of their being, either good or evil serves as the main ingredient for many tales of fiction. Seven Years is an exploration of both the immeasurable deeds of valor and repulsive criminal acts of which any person is capable. The possibility of becoming an influential actor, a noble political leader, an adored professional athlete, a life-saving surgeon, a war hero, a renowned college professor, an honorable attorney, a drug dealer, a violent criminal, an unjust persecutor, or even a murderer lives within each of us. Enter a twisted world that examines the vast gray area which resides between the eternal goodness and the pure evil that dwells within the human spirit.

Every Seven Years

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Author: Denise Mina
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Elsa finds a book with strange powers and must face her tortured past. It’s been seven years since Else visited her tiny hometown on an isolated island off the coast of Scotland. After years of suffering bullying at the hands of the few other residents, she left to make a new life. But now that her mother has passed, Else has returned. And when her old tormentor Karen Little hands her the very book that sent her running all those years ago, the cruelties of her past have Else seeing red. The Bibliomysteries are a series of short tales about deadly books, by top mystery authors.

Seven Years to Seven Figures

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Author: Michael Masterson
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In Seven Years to Seven Figures, self-made millionaire and renowned wealth coach Michael Masterson reveals the steps you can take to accumulate seven-figure wealth within seven years—or less. Seven Years to Seven Figures will give you the tools to increase your income, get the highest possible returns on investments, save wisely—and secure your financial future faster than you may have ever dreamed.

Seven Years of Great Plenty

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Author: Prophet Fred Owens
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
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This book, Seven Years of Great Plenty, is an inspirational book to inspire and encourage God’s people to elevate their faith and believe God for his very best in this new season and to let them know that the heaven is open and opened wide. All they need to do is believe, love, honor and obey Him in this order.

Seven Years of Darkness

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Author: You-Jeong Jeong
Publisher: Penguin
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"You-Jeong Jeong is a certified international phenomenon . . . Genuinely surprising and ultimately satisfying . . . Seven Years of Darkness [bolsters] the case for Jeong as one among the best at writing psychological suspense." —Los Angeles Times NAMED A MOST ANTICIPATED BOOK OF SUMMER 2020 BY CRIMEREADS, BUSTLE, and AARP.org The truth always rises to the surface... When a young girl is found dead in Seryong Lake, a reservoir in a remote South Korean village, the police immediately begin their investigation. At the same time, three men--Yongje, the girl's father, and two security guards at the nearby dam, each of whom has something to hide about the night of her death--find themselves in an elaborate game of cat and mouse as they race to uncover what happened to her, without revealing their own closely guarded secrets. After a final showdown at the dam results in a mass tragedy, one of the guards is convicted of murder and sent to prison. For seven years, his son, Sowon, lives in the shadow of his father's shocking and inexplicable crime; everywhere he goes, a seemingly concerted effort to reveal his identity as the reviled mass murderer's son follows him. When he receives a package that promises to reveal at last what really happened at Seryong Lake, Sowon must confront a present danger he never knew existed. Dark, disturbing, and full of twists and turns, Seven Years of Darkness is the riveting new novel from the internationally celebrated author of The Good Son.

Seven Years Awesome Luck

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Author: Shawna Canon
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Seven years ago, Trick’s mother made a deal with a witch. In exchange for saving his little brother’s life, the witch would turn Trick into a cat and he’d become her familiar. Now, the witch is dead and Trick is human again. And he hates it. Denneka isn’t looking forward to eighth grade. Of course, since she has no friends and gets bullied at school, she never looks forward to any new school year. But this time it’s different. This year, there’s a very strange new boy who keeps hanging around her for some reason. He’s super cute, and even though he doesn’t talk much, he seems to like her. But he also chases birds and sits in boxes and talks about seeing their missing teacher in a grave. But then Trick disappears, and a black kitten shows up on Denneka’s doorstep. She knows she should find its owner, but it reminds her of her missing maybe-friend, so she takes it in. As time passes with no sign of Trick, she fears she’ll never see him again—until she wakes up one morning to find him naked in her bed, claiming to have been there all along and confused about why she’s upset. It turns out there are other witches in the world, and some of them are pure trickster.

The Global Seven Years War 1754–1763

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Author: Daniel Baugh
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In this new edition of The Global Seven Years War, Daniel Baugh emphasizes the ways that sea power hindered French military preparations while also furnishing strategic opportunities. Special attention is paid to undertakings – always French – that failed to receive needed financial support. From analysis of original sources, the volume provides stronger evidence for the role and wishes of Louis XV in determining the main outline of strategy. By 1758, the French government experienced significant money shortage, and emphasis has been placed on the most important consequences: how this impacted war-making and why it was so worrying, debilitating and difficult to solve. This edition explains why the Battle of Rossbach in 1757 was a turning point in the Anglo-French War, suggesting that Prince Ferdinand of Brunswick’s winter campaign revitalized the British war effort which was, before that time, a record of failures. With comprehensive discussion of events outside of Europe, the volume sets the conflict on a world stage. One of the world’s leading naval historians, Baugh offers a detailed, evaluative and insightful narrative that makes this edition essential reading for students and scholars interested in military history, naval history, Anglo-French relations and the history of eighteenth-century Europe.

Seven Years in an Orange Hovercraft

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Author: Candace Anne
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Seven Years in an Orange Hovercraft is a story of one girl’s endurance to find the answers to her burning questions. Much of this decade-long journey took place in a lightweight peach-orange Chevy Spark on the busy motorways of South Africa.

The Last Seven Years

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Author: C.A. Hill
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With boundless energy and bubbly personality, author C.A. Hill’s mother stayed active with her friends and activities. It was a joy to see her live each day to the fullest with such a positive attitude. But the time came when her mother--always full of zest--began to change. Hill could no longer deny or ignore the signs. It was evident her mother wasn’t thinking rationally and could no longer make the right decisions for herself. In The Last Seven Years, Hill chronicles her firsthand experiences as she took the role of caregiver and responsible party and witnessed her mother’s transition from an independent, effervescent woman to an empty shell of her former self. Spanning the last seven years of her mother’s decline, this memoir offers an accurate account of the stages encountered through the aging process. Though it reads somewhat like a novel, this story presents a true documentation of how physical and mental behaviors changed the course of Hill’s mother’s life. The Last Seven Years points out how menacing the physical changes and behaviors can be for an aging parent. This narrative provides a unique perspective on how to get through the rough times and still keep your parent happy, healthy, comfortable, and safe.

The Seven Years War

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Author: Matt Schumann,Karl W. Schweizer
Publisher: Routledge
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The Seven Years War has been described as the first global conflict in history. It engulfed the Euro-Atlantic world from 1756 to 1763, and engaged the energies of European cabinets as never before. More than previous conflicts, the Seven Years War involved a variety of approaches to war, and taxed the military, material and moral resources of the powers involved. Drawing on a diverse array of archival, printed primary and secondary sources, The Seven Years War: A Transatlantic History covers the war’s origins, its conduct on land and at sea, its effects on logistics and finance, its interactions with domestic politics, its influence on international relations and its approach to peace. The book highlights the role of personality, alongside the enduring importance of communication, misperception and understanding. In so doing, it endeavours not merely to chronicle the war’s events, but to situate them in the context of mid-eighteenth century warfare, finance, politics and diplomacy. The Seven Years War will be of great interest to students of the European history, American history, maritime history, diplomatic and military history.

The Seven Years War in Europe

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Author: Franz A.J. Szabo
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In this pioneering new work, based on a thorough re-reading of primary sources and new research in the Austrian State Archives, Franz Szabo presents a fascinating reassessment of the continental war. Professor Szabo challenges the well-established myth that the Seven Years War was won through the military skill and tenacity of the King of Prussia, often styled Frederick “the Great”. Instead he argues that Prussia did not win, but merely survived the Seven Years War and did so despite and not because of the actions and decisions of its king. With balanced attention to all the major participants and to all conflict zones on the European continent, the book describes the strategies and tactics of the military leaders on all sides, analyzes the major battles of the war and illuminates the diplomatic, political and financial aspects of the conflict.

The Global Seven Years War 1754-1763

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Author: Daniel Baugh,Daniel A. Baugh
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The Global Seven Years War 1754-1763 by Daniel Baugh,Daniel A. Baugh Book Resume:

The Seven Years War was a global contest between the two superpowers of eighteenth century Europe, France and Britain. Winston Churchill called it “the first World War”. Neither side could afford to lose advantage in any part of the world, and the decisive battles of the war ranged from Fort Duquesne in what is now Pittsburgh to Minorca in the Mediterranean, from Bengal to Quèbec. By its end British power in North America and India had been consolidated and the foundations of Empire laid, yet at the time both sides saw it primarily as a struggle for security, power and influence within Europe. In this eagerly awaited study, Daniel Baugh, the world’s leading authority on eighteenth century maritime history looks at the war as it unfolded from the failure of Anglo-French negotiations over the Ohio territories in 1784 through the official declaration of war in 1756 to the treaty of Paris which formally ended hostilities between England and France in 1763. At each stage he examines the processes of decision-making on each side for what they can show us about the capabilities and efficiency of the two national governments and looks at what was involved not just in the military engagements themselves but in the complexities of sustaining campaigns so far from home. With its panoramic scope and use of telling detail this definitive account will be essential reading for anyone with an interest in military history or the history of eighteenth century Europe.

The Culture of the Seven Years' War

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Author: Frans de Bruyn,Shaun Regan
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
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The Culture of the Seven Years' War by Frans de Bruyn,Shaun Regan Book Resume:

The Seven Years’ War (1756–1763) was the decisive conflict of the eighteenth century – Winston Churchill called it the first “world war” – and the clash which forever changed the course of North American history. Yet compared with other momentous conflicts like the Napoleonic Wars or the First World War, the cultural impact of the Seven Years’ War remains woefully understudied. The Culture of the Seven Years’ War is the first collection of essays to take a broad interdisciplinary and multinational approach to this important global conflict. Rather than focusing exclusively on political, diplomatic, or military issues, this collection examines the impact of representation, identity, and conceptions and experiences of empire. With essays by notable scholars that address the war’s impact in Europe and the Atlantic world, this volume is sure to become essential reading for those interested in the relationship between war, culture, and the arts.

China After Seven Years Of War

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Author: Hollington K. Tong
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This classic book was written by Hollington K. Tong whilst China was still in the clutches of war, and contains an affective account of what life was like within the country at that time. Extract : 'The Chinese believe that all things under heaven work together for good. An evil comes but will not long stay. No matter how a story begins, it has a happy ending. During seven years of war, the Chinese have suffered misery. There have been broken homes and broken hearts. There have been separations and dislocations. There have been worries about food and about clothes and about innumerable things. The war years are not the first in which the Chinese have suffered. In their best times, they were afflicted with poverty. The majority of them are poor by birth. On top of poverty there have been floods, droughts, civil wars, each bringing untold suffering. All these calamities soon passed. The Chinese rose after each, not only unbeaten but stronger through the discipline of hardships which, down the centuries, they have learned to endure and overcome. The present war has brought the worst of the worst to the Chinese people. Seven years is the longest that any evil has remained with them, but it has not been long enough to wear out people who, for thousands of years, have suffered hardships and privations, and have survived. This long war will end as all other evils have ended, and there will come a better day. Until it comes, the Chinese have the spirit to smile in the face of hardships and to carry on a spirit which has sustained them through the calamities of the seven years of this war as it sustained them through calamities of the past. It is the spirit of her teeming millions of farmers, from whom most of the five million men of China's army were drawn, and from whose fields comes the food for the army. It is the spirit of her laborers, her mechanics and engineers who have built China's wartime railways, highways, water ways, and other arteries of communication, and who work in China's arsenals to keep the guns supplied with ammunition. It is the spirit of China's women as well as her men. The people of China, despite the stress and strain of war, have carried on. They continue to make love, to get married, to give birth to babies and to support growing families on meager incomes. Seven years is a long time, during which many things can happen and many things have happened to Teng Chan.'

The Canadian Iroquois and the Seven Years' War

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Author: D. Peter MacLeod,Canadian War Museum
Publisher: Dundurn
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The Canadian Iroquois and the Seven Years' War by D. Peter MacLeod,Canadian War Museum Book Resume:

The participation of the Iroquois of Akwasasne, Kanesetake (Oka), Kahnawake and Oswegatchie in the Seven Years’ War is a long neglected topic. The consequences of this struggle still shape Canadian history. The book looks at the social and economic impact of the war on both men and women in Canadian Iroquois communities. The Canadian Iroquois provides an enhanced appreciation both of the role of Amerindians in the war itself and of their difficult struggle to lead their lives within the unstable geopolitical environment created by European invasion and settlement.

Prussian Army Soldiers and the Seven Years' War

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Author: Katrin Möbius,Sascha Möbius
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
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Prussian Army Soldiers and the Seven Years' War by Katrin Möbius,Sascha Möbius Book Resume:

The army of Frederick the Great of Prussia is generally known as an efficient fighting machine based on brutal and strict drill procedures that led to broken but fearless soldiers as well as glorious battle victories. In analysing the mentalities of the men who established Prussia's great power status, Prussian Army Soldiers and the Seven Years' War fundamentally challenges this interpretation. Drawing on a vast array of primary sources (including the writing of regimental chaplain Küster, who could probably be called the first modern military psychologist) and presenting the first English translation of 12 letters of common Prussian soldiers from the Seven Years' War, this book shows that the soldiers were feeling individuals. They were loving husbands, vulnerable little brothers, deeply religious preachers, and sometimes even bold adventurers. All these individuals, however, were united by one idea which made them fight efficiently: honour. In Prussian Army Soldiers and the Seven Years' War, the different elements of the Prussian soldiers' concept of such honour are expertly analysed. The result is a nuanced, sophisticated, and much-needed psychological history of Frederick the Great's army.

Russian Army of the Seven Years War (1)

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Author: Angus Konstam
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During the long and costly conflict known as the Great Northern War [1700-1721], Peter the Great and his newly formed Russian army, which was modelled on western European lines, defeated their Swedish counterparts, who were generally regarded as being the finest troops in Europe. Angus Konstam examines the development, equipment and organisation of the Russian army following the death of Peter the Great, and describes its emergence from three decades of experimentation and political involvement as a major military power during the Seven Years War. This first of two volumes covers the Russian infantry, with its companion, Men-at-Arms 298, focusing on the cavalry.

Seven Years a Teacher: An Engineer’s Perspective On Public Schools

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Author: Charles J Yates, PE
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
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Seven Years a Teacher: An Engineer’s Perspective On Public Schools by Charles J Yates, PE Book Resume:

A concise analysis of the basic problems with our Public Schools, and a succinct guide to fixing them! Once in the classroom I learned the limitations of the current platform that dictates the operation of Public Schools in the United States. This book addresses 25 primary and secondary topics that should be addressed if we are serious about Public School reform in the United States. Each chapter is easily read and digested in 20 minutes. The reader should find each chapter entertaining as each contains at least one story that showcases the problem and the ensuing discussion is brief and to the point. The author grew up in Wyoming, attended an exploratory high school attached to the University of Wyoming, earned a Bachelor of Science with honors in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Wyoming, worked in the mining and chemical processing industry in Wyoming and Colorado, taught high school math for seven years, and is now retired in Jackson, Wyoming.

Seven Years that Changed the World

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Author: Archie Brown
Publisher: OUP Oxford
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Seven Years that Changed the World by Archie Brown Book Resume:

A rigorously argued and lively interpretation of the transformation of the Soviet system, the disintegration of the Soviet state, the end of the Cold War, and the role of Mikhail Gorbachev. Written by a leading authority on Soviet politics, this thoroughly researched book draws on new archival sources and puts perestroika in fresh perspective. Perestroika began as an attempt by a minority within the leadership of the Communist Party to reform the Soviet system. The decisive role was played by the new General Secretary, Mikhail Gorbachev. Perestroika (reconstruction) developed into an attempt to move from Communism to competitive elections and a market economy of a social democratic type. This 'revolution from above' had profound consequences, both intended and unintended. The latter included the dissolution of the Soviet state. Four of the ten chapters were written in 'real time' - in the second half of the 1980s while perestroika was still underway. The other six chapters provide an up-to-date discussion of such important issues as the stimuli to perestroika, its intellectual origins and development, its influence on other countries and their influence on developments in the Soviet Union, and the ending of the Cold War. Archie Brown takes issue with a number of popular interpretations of perestroika - and of the end of the Cold War - and draws on new archival sources in a book which is both clearly and vigorously argued and well documented.

Does It Really Take Seven Years to Digest Swallowed Gum?

Does It Really Take Seven Years to Digest Swallowed Gum? [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10:
Author: Sandy Donovan
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Does It Really Take Seven Years to Digest Swallowed Gum? by Sandy Donovan Book Resume:

It takes seven years to digest swallowed gum. A penny placed on a train track can cause a train to derail. The average human consumes four spiders per year while sleeping. You may have heard some of these common sayings or beliefs before. But are they really true? Can they be proven using science? Let’s investigate seventeen statements about familiar items and everyday events and find out which ones are right, which ones are wrong, and which ones still stump scientists! Find out whether eggs will really stand on their ends during the vernal equinox! Discover whether it’s true that you can swing 360 degrees on a swing set! See if you can tell the difference between fact and fiction with Is That a Fact?

Become a Millionaire in Less Than Seven Years

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Author: Ishmael Bartimeus
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Become a Millionaire in Less Than Seven Years by Ishmael Bartimeus Book Resume:

Money allows you to have freedom of location, freedom of time, and, above all, freedom to do good. Money with wisdom gives you a sound life and a sound way of living. Most people desire to be wealthy. However, for many, the path to wealth can be elusive. In Become a Millionaire in Less Than Seven Years, author Ishmael Bartimeus (Yi Si Mai Er- Ba Ti Mao Si) presents powerful and practical steps to follow to create wealth. Using his personal experiences and knowledge, he offers a look at a range of topics revolving around money and wealth, including: the main causes of poverty; traits of the wealthy; a need for actionable plans; three, uncompromising money-management principles; the importance of a budget; how to reduce your expenses and create more income; and different investment opportunities. Outlining a successful formula, Become a Millionaire in Less Than Seven Years employs a host of philosophies from various backgrounds, as well as stories and poems, to share a road map to wealth creation. The tactics enable even the most financially disadvantaged individuals to rise from mediocrity to financial liberty.

Fifty-Seven Years of Russian Madness

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Author: Joseph Howard Tyson
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Fifty-Seven Years of Russian Madness by Joseph Howard Tyson Book Resume:

Few nations have undergone such agony as Russia experienced between 1896 and 1953. The Khodynka Meadow Disaster of May 30, 1896 killed 1,389 people, and ominously marred Tsar Nicholas II’s coronation. Eight years later the Russo-Japanese War (1904 - 1905) claimed 71,453 military servicemen’s lives, without bringing any benefit to Russia. Over 13,000 people died in the consequent Revolution of 1905. Roughly two million Russian soldiers and sailors, plus 400,000 civilians perished in the slaughter of World War I (1914 - 1918.) Lenin kicked off his Bolshevik regime with a bloody civil war against the tsarist “Whites,” in which one million combatants lost their lives. During this same chaotic period at least three million people succumbed to the Spanish Influenza and typhus pandemics. Shoddy record-keeping obscured the death toll wrought by Lenin’s Red Terror (1918 - 1923). Estimates range from 250,000 to 1,000,000, with 400,000 probably being more accurate than the lowball guess. Historians still debate the severity of Stalin’s purges (1928 - 1953.) The actual number of dead most likely falls somewhere between twenty and thirty million. By a very conservative count, Adolf Hitler’s Nazi war machine slew 15,700,000 Soviet subjects during World War II (8,700,000 military personnel and 7,000,000 civilians.) Another study has calculated the total at 25,850,000. This book examines a fifty-seven year time frame of our “enlightened modern age,” during which at least forty million Russians were exterminated due to misgovernment.

A Study Guide for Bernard Malamud's "First Seven Years"

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Author: Gale, Cengage Learning
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A Study Guide for Bernard Malamud's "First Seven Years" by Gale, Cengage Learning Book Resume:

A Study Guide for Bernard Malamud's "First Seven Years," excerpted from Gale's acclaimed Short Stories for Students. This concise study guide includes plot summary; character analysis; author biography; study questions; historical context; suggestions for further reading; and much more. For any literature project, trust Short Stories for Students for all of your research needs.

My Life Before My Death at Seven Years Old

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Author: Thomas Green
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My Life Before My Death at Seven Years Old by Thomas Green Book Resume:

This story is about a seven-year-old boy. His father, who loved him so much, wrote this. It tells the story of my life. My name is Tommy J. I could not write this story because of my death. It is a loving story, and I hope that everyone will buy and read this very touching story—not only to yourselves but read it to your kids also. This is a story that everyone can and will enjoy. I know it wasn’t easy for my father to write this book, so let’s help make it a success.

The Watchman's Handbook For The Last Seven Years On Earth

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Author: Jack Binner
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The Watchman's Handbook For The Last Seven Years On Earth by Jack Binner Book Resume:

Dear reader, Over the years, I have spent considerable time studying the language and the manuscripts of the New Testament. I also have been blessed with multiple opportunities to teach adult Sunday school. The one subject that was constantly in demand was the Lord's return. Adult believers have an insatiable appetite for an understanding of how this world age will end and any information about our Lord's return. The Bible books that we mostly studied were the book written by Daniel the prophet and the Apostle John's book called Revelation. One of my philosophies regarding the scriptures is that we must allow the scriptures to speak. We often come to the Bible with preconceived ideas and try to force the scriptures to say what we think they should say. This is unacceptable! The Watchman's Handbook was written after years of personal study and prayerful reflection for greater spiritual understanding. May the words of the handbook stir your heart and help you to gain a closer relationship with our loving God. When I was about five years old, my mother told me, "Someday, God is coming back. When He comes, He is going to take us up into the air to meet Him in the sky." Wow! That was quite a declaration to a small child. When I was out of doors, I would look up into the sky and think to myself, When is God coming back for us? I am almost seventy years old and I am still looking up. I hope you are watching for our Lord's return as well. Your old friend in Christ, Jack Binner

Perspectives on School at Seven Years Old

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Author: John Newson,Elizabeth Newson
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Perspectives on School at Seven Years Old by John Newson,Elizabeth Newson Book Resume:

This volume looks at the social and intellectual forces which the child encounters in class-room and playground from the parent’s point of view. School and home are seen as the separate yet overlapping worlds of childhood – for some children more uncompromisingly separated than for others. In the social development of the child, school functions as a link between the kinds of demands (and immunities) which are characteristic of family life, and those which the child will discover in the wider society of adulthood. The authors provide a meeting-point for developmental psychology, sociology and education, to the illumination of all three. There is a concern with the daily life of ‘ordinary’children in ‘ordinary’ families. School reluctance – rather than the more clinical school phobia or truancy – is delicately probed. The back-up that parents provide at home, directly or indirectly, is objectively evaluated, yet with empathy for parents’ and teachers’ anxieties about their roles.

John Forbes: Scotland, Flanders and the Seven Years' War, 1707-1759

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Author: John Oliphant
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John Forbes: Scotland, Flanders and the Seven Years' War, 1707-1759 by John Oliphant Book Resume:

In November 1758 Brigadier General John Forbes's army expelled the French army from Fort Duquesne at the forks of the Ohio River. Over seven months Forbes had co-ordinated three obstructive and competitive colonies, managed Indian diplomacy, and cut a road through over a hundred miles of mountain and forest. This is the first full biography of Forbes, which traces his rise from surgeon in the Scots Greys to distinguished service in War of the Austrian Succession before his 1757 posting to North America. John Oliphant puts Forbes' life and career in the wider context of the social and military world of the 18th century and offers important insights into the Seven Years' War in North America.

Seven Years in China in the 1930s

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Author: Jean Wemyss-Gorman
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Seven Years in China in the 1930s by Jean Wemyss-Gorman Book Resume:

Engaged to be married, John and Ruth Carpenter were aged 26 and 21 years respectively when they left their sheltered backgrounds in 1931 and set sail for China to fulfil their missionary calling. They could never have imagined what lay in store for them over the next seven years, a time of great turmoil in China's history, but they faced each challenge with remarkable courage and sense of purpose, confident that God would guide, protect and provide for them. That assurance would be put to the test as they had to adapt to a different culture and difficult climate, often living in primitive conditions and having to face danger, illness, disease and discouragement. However, they remained steadfast throughout, sustained by their strong unwavering faith and sense of mission. This is a unique collection of over 500 letters written by John and Ruth to their families in England 7,000 miles away and long before the days of modern forms of communication. The letters give an enthralling first-hand, day-to-day account of their life as it unfolded and are beautifully written, informative and interesting both historically and culturally. They are frank, amusing, poignant and at times heart-rending and paint vivid pictures of the world around them. The reader travels with them along a truly emotional journey, sharing their pleasures, anguish, fun and laughter, uncertainties, dangers and joys, and cannot fail to become totally immersed in the world they inhabit. The journal is compiled and edited by Jean Wemyss-Gorman, daughter of John and Ruth, on the 90th anniversary of their sailing to China.

Andrew Mitchell and Anglo-Prussian Diplomatic Relations During the Seven Years War

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Author: Patrick F. Doran
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Andrew Mitchell and Anglo-Prussian Diplomatic Relations During the Seven Years War by Patrick F. Doran Book Resume:

Originally published in 1986, this book charts the significance of one of the most important eighteenth-century diplomats serving at the Prussian court. It discusses his role in establishing a harmonious relationship with Frederick The Great and the formulation and implementation of Britain’s continental policy during and after the Seven Years War.

Seven Years' Campaigning In The Peninsula And The Netherlands; From 1808 To 1815.—Vol. II

Seven Years' Campaigning In The Peninsula And The Netherlands; From 1808 To 1815.—Vol. II [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10:
Author: Sir Richard D. Henegan
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Seven Years' Campaigning In The Peninsula And The Netherlands; From 1808 To 1815.—Vol. II by Sir Richard D. Henegan Book Resume:

The guns that boomed over the Napoleonic battlefield could be fired at a rate of two rounds a minute, blasting all and sundry in range to tiny pieces. No small wonder that the artillery of the period was so feared. However, supplying the guns was a tricky proposition, as the ammunition for the guns was bulky, difficult to move and dangerous to handle. Over train as wild as Portugal and Spain, command of Wellington’s field train was bound to be an arduous and trying job. Sir Richard Hennegan was the man to whom this post fell. His seven years’ campaigning with Wellington were filled with adventure and dash, and he was often at the front during movements of the army, assessing the best routes for his valuable cargo. This led to frequent meetings with the enemy and his allies, the Spanish Guerillas, who almost executed him twice due to mistaken identity. During engagements, the need to bring up ammunition to replenish the guns and muskets led him to be often near the commander and in the middle of the firing line. His memoirs are filled with memorable scenes and soldiers whom he met in and out of the line. Highly recommended. Author — Sir Richard D. Hennegan Text taken, whole and complete, from the edition published in London : Colburn, 1846. Original Page Count – xii and 352 pages.

My Story -Seven Years of Bondage

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Author: Koko Danielles
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My Story -Seven Years of Bondage by Koko Danielles Book Resume:

My Story -Seven years of Bondage it is a Faith and Empowerment novel (Non Fiction) with a religious twist. It all happened in East London. A seven year friendship that which began in 2007 and turned very sour that led to destruction hatred love and jealousy. This leads to financial abuse, emotional abuse, psychological abuse, sexual abuse and some physical abuse to mention but the least. It is a journey of someone trying to find out who her Manager/ friend really is without realizing it? The book has a twist towards the end that connects with the spiritual world of religion. Isua Dunkirk is a successful Manager in Social care has a commendable reputation in her field of business and is very protective of her name reputation and career. She hires an Agency worker whom she falls in love with without the Agency realizing this. This developed into a seven year bondage that involved a lot of abuse or hatred and this went deeper to affect other family members. The friendship became complicated tangled twisted and moved to the point of destruction. Camilla Johnson who is very instrumental in my career progressing while I worked under Isua and also would seem to be a victim herself now as she is being groomed herself without realizing it. She seemed to have stepped into my shoes: is why Isua did not support our closeness at work so she can cover her tracks. Other victims might be Gabriella and Rachel Lowe whom she travelled to Trinidad with in November 2015. It is a journey that started off as a Manager, to a colleague, friendship, best friend and subsequently a lover and it went on many highs and low a lot of connections and twists. The Irony of the story is that I was on a journey in quest to help this person I thought of as a friend but on the other hand she was on the path of destruction trying to destroy someone she calls a friend and her family members. She bought me a book Best Friends Forever when I asked her to sign her name on the book she declined.. The story goes deeper to a different level as it went on for a very long time without being caught out. The book is full of Action and you hardly want to stop reading till you get to end of the page .I guess you become uncomfortable if you think you are going to be found out but this person was not backing down and I had to remove myself from the bondage so called Friendship! She did not want to be found out..

The Seven-Year-Old Wonder Book

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Author: Isabel Wyatt
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The Seven-Year-Old Wonder Book by Isabel Wyatt Book Resume:

Every night, before Sylvia goes to sleep, she whispers a magic spell to the rhyme-elves. In the morning her Wonder Book is filled with beautiful pictures and poems of her adventures and the extraordinary stories she has heard. There is nothing Sylvia loves more than stories; so every day she asks her mother, the old woodsman and even her fairy friend Sister-in-the-Bushes to tell them to her. They weave magical stories of clever princesses, far-away kingdoms, courageous knights, kind children and graceful fairies. During the day, Sylvia also has her own adventures: planting a fairy tree, meeting St Nicholas and venturing into the deep woods. But as she comes closer to her special seventh birthday, there is one extraordinary adventure left. This enchanting collection of tales, charmingly told by Isabel Wyatt, takes us through the highlights of the year as Sylvia and her friends celebrate festivals and birthdays.

Seven Years

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Author: Peter Robinson
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Seven Years by Peter Robinson Book Resume:

A gripping novella from the New York Times–bestselling author of the Inspector Banks Mysteries and a “master of the art” (TheBoston Globe). Retired Cambridge professor Donald Aitcheson loves scouring antiquarian bookshops for secondhand treasures—as much as he loathes the scribbled marginalia from their previous owners. But when he comes upon an inscription in a volume of Robert Browning’s poetry, he’s less irritated than disturbed. This wasn’t once a gift to an unwitting woman. It was a threat—insidious, suggestively sick, and terribly intriguing. Now Aitcheson’s imagination is running wild. Was it a sordid teacher-pupil affair that ended in betrayal? A scorned lover’s first salvo in a campaign of terror? The taunt of an obsessive psychopath? Then again, it could be nothing more than a tasteless joke between friends. As his curiosity gets the better of him, Aitcheson can’t resist playing detective. But when his investigation leads to a remote girls’ boarding school in the Lincolnshire flatlands, and into the confidence of its headmistress, he soon discovers the consequences of reading between the lines. Praise for Peter Robinson “Robinson is equally skilled at reflecting procedural details and treating his flesh-and-blood characters—despite their flaws—with compassion and humor.” —The Miami Herald “Robinson is good at producing ingenious mysteries and this one doesn’t disappoint.” —The Sunday Telegraph on Friend of the Devil

Seven Years in Tibet

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Author: Heinrich Harrer
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Seven Years in Tibet by Heinrich Harrer Book Resume:

A landmark in travel writing, this is the incredible true story of Heinrich Harrer’s escape across the Himalayas to Tibet, set against the backdrop of the Second World War.