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"Becoming" Riley Parker Miller
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110 Messier Objects - Observed and Catalogued - Verified by Astronomical League - March 2008 Stan Peck
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ISBN: 9781633182493
Collection of Messier objects catalogued 1985-2008 in order to gain honorary messier certificate from the Astronomical league
A comparative analysis of geometric morphometrics across two Pseudemys turtle species in east central Virginia Kristin Dillard
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The phylogeny of the turtle genus Pseudemys is poorly understood. In Virginia, many turtles have been found with indicator traits of both eastern river cooters (Pseudemys concinna concinna) and northern red bellied cooters (Pseudemys rubriventris). This study explores morphological evidence for hybridization between the two species across three riverine sites in east central Virginia.
A Deep Dive Into Zodiac Signs: An Astrological WebQuest Notebook for a Deeper Look into Life Under the Stars Jean Lee
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A Deep Dive Into Zodiac Signs is a notebook that provides you with both focus and freedom to drive your study of zodiac signs in the direction you wish. The layout of A Deep Dive into the Zodiac will guide new astrology students through each sign from personality and planets to herbs and anatomy, while also allowing the expert astrologer the freedom to add their interpretations, understandings, and experiences with each sign. For students of tarot, you will find this book allows you to build a more detailed links to the astrology within each card. Whether you are just learning tarot or you are on the path to creating your own deck, this book provides structure for both endeavors. Where e ...
A PATH OF ANGELS Keya Coppage
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ISBN: 9481648585081
Many people do not believe in angels, yet this book brings an irresistible-convincing belief in angel activity. It is an angelic journey of 13 chapters that includes the most realistic angelic moments of my life. It discusses the biblical origin of angel activity appearing through many facets of our lives that also includes our dreams. Angels can show up in ours dreams to caution or comfort us. A prophetic testimony is told in here an all details are of real live events. The combination of knowledge listed in here added with your own ability to recognize your intuition gives freely to you, the richest secrets to successing your enemies. The emotional content in here is also entertaining ...
Arizona Selfies Maurice Deats
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A collection of candid shots of the Copper State wherein Arizona is allowed to express herself in her own way and on her own terms. If Arizona had a social media account, this would be it.
At Home in Wild Places Richard P. Hanlon Jr.
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Sauntering is a way of being and moving about in wild places through which a person recognizes the land as holy and discovers themselves as part of it. In the wild places they frequented, American Nature Writers Henry David Thoreau, John Muir, Enos Mills, Edward Abbey, and Jane Goodall encountered mystery, connection to something bigger than themselves, peace they could not fully articulate, and experiences that transformed them. This book presents their sauntering methods in an organized fashion so that hikers, adventurers, birders, and other outdoor enthusiasts of every kind who are hungry for deeper connection with nature can, with greater regularity, discover themselves as part and p ...
Babaru of The South Seas an ethnographic novel by john olin
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ISBN: 9781620309971
Mentored by anthropologist George Beal, a sixteen-year old redhead, Davy Match of Baltimore, USA, goes to the South Pacific in search of the endangered leatherback sea turtle (Babaru) and the Mota people who protect it as their clan animal. He joins a local boy named Abraham. They trek through noisy rainforests, paddle an outrigger dugout over clear lagoons, and have a wild ride on the tail of a typhoon off a taboo headland. Their journey brings them face to face with a forest girl, a wild man, a sorcerer, as well as giant turtles and crocodiles. A girl, Niki, from the village of Shell Money Reef, and many other children join the boys, and they make a courageous effort to protect Mother ...
Chabot College Human Anatomy Jennifer Lange
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Changing Climate and the Gospel Kenneth Petersen
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Changing Climate and the Gospel in North America is a personal view on the role that climate played in the early history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the Mormons).

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