Archive for January, 2009

How to Master Your Time

Product Description 6 Compact Discs Unlike many programs on time management, this program has no charts, no forms, no daily schedules. Tracy believes in them but knows you are quite capable of developing them for yourself. His purpose in this program is to teach you the philosophy of time management, to help you internalize it, and to help you develop a belief system that will make your every moment more efficient

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John Grisham - The Associate (2009) [AUDIOBOOK] [UNABRIDGED]

  Product Description If you thought Mitch McDeere was in trouble in The Firm, wait until you meet Kyle McAvoy, The Associate Kyle McAvoy grew up in his fatherrsquo;s small-town law office in York, Pennsylvania. He excelled in college, was elected editor-in-chief of The Yale Law Journal, and his future has limitless potential.  But Kyle has a secret, a dark one, an episode from college that he has tried to forget. The secret, though, falls into the hands of the wrong people, and Kyle is forced to take a job he doesnrsquo;t wantmdash;even though itrsquo;s a job most law students can only dream about. Three months after leaving Yale, Kyle becomes an associate at the largest law firm in the world, where, in addition to practicing law, he is expected to lie, steal, and take part in a scheme that could send him to prison, if not get him killed.

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John Grisham - The Appeal (2008) [AUDIOBOOK] [UNABRIDGED]

  A Mississippi jury returns a $41-million verdict against a chemical company accused of dumping carcinogenic waste into a small town's water supply. The company's ruthless billionaire CEO is thwarted and the good guys (a courageous young woman who lost her husband and child and her two lawyers who've gone half a million dollars in debt preparing her case) receives its just reward.

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I Am America (And So Can You!) [ABRIDGED] [AUDIOBOOK]

  Starred Review. As this audiobook opens with patriotic drums rolling, Colbert launches into his introduction, his delivery reminiscent of a sergeant firing up the troops before battle. America is under siege, he declares. And the enemy? The liberal media, Hollywood, heirloom tomatoes and, yes, even baby carrots, which he says are trying to turn me gay. That's the Truth as Colbert sees it, and this audio, as well-produced as an episode of The Colbert Report, is the perfect vehicle for his off-the-cuff (and off-the-wall) humor.

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Grammatical Relations (Oxford Surveys in Syntax and Morphology)

Product Description: Patrick Farrell shows how grammatical relations are characterized in competing theories of grammar and reveals the different theories' merits and limitations. He compares mainstream generative-transformational theory with formalist and functionalist approaches, showing points of convergence and divergence. This is an ideal introduction to the field for graduate students and will be a useful reference for theoretical syntacticians of all persuasions.

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Australian Humanities Review, Issue 45 2008

Essays Guy Redden From RAE to ERA: research evaluation at work in the corporate university Special Section: Rural Cultural Studies David Carter, Kate Darian-Smith and Andrew Gorman-Murray Introduction Andrew Gorman-Murray, Kate Darian-Smith and Chris Gibson Scaling the Rural: Reflections on Rural Cultural Studies     Phil McManus and John Connell Country Week: Bringing the City to the Country? Deb Anderson Drought, Endurance and lsquo;The Way Things Werersquo;: The Lived Experience of Climate and Climate Change in the Mallee Kate Bowles Rural Cultural Research: Notes from a Small Country Town Special Section: Marketing Asian-Australianness Olivia Khoo Introduction Tom Cho lsquo;No One Puts Baby in a Cornerrsquo;: Inserting My Self into the Text Simone Lazaroo Not Just Another Migrant Story Merlinda Bobis lsquo;Voice-Niche-Brandrsquo;: Marketing Asian-Australianness Book Reviews Reviewed by Aidan Davison     Patriots: Defending Australiarsquo;s Natural Heritage by William Lines Reviewed by Caroline Hamilton This Crazy Thing a Life: Australian Jewish Autobiography by Richard Freadman Reviewed by Melissa Harper     Being Australian: Narratives of National Identity by Catriona Elder Reviewed by Fiona Jenkins Judith Butler: Live Theory by Vicki Kirby The Ecological Humanities Deborah Rose Introduction Jessica Weir Connectivity     Jinki Trevillian Talking with Ghosts: A Meeting with Old Man Crocodile on Cape York Peninsula Mary Graham Some Thoughts about the Philosophical Underpinnings of Aboriginal Worldviews

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Transnational Ties - Australian Lives in the World

Australian lives are intricately enmeshed with the world, bound by ties of allegiance and affinity, intellect and imagination. In Transnational Ties: Australian Lives in the World, an eclectic mix of scholarsmdash;historians, literary critics, and museologistsmdash;trace the flow of people that helped shape Australiarsquo;s distinctive character and the flow of ideas that connected Australians to a global community of thought. It shows how biography, and the study of life stories, can contribute greatly to our understanding of such patterns of connection and explores how transnationalism can test biographyrsquo;s limits as an intellectual, professional and commercial practice.

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Australian Humanities Review, Issue 44 2008

Essays Shino Konishi lsquo;Inhabited by a race of formidable giantsrsquo;: French Explorers, Aborigines, and the Endurance of the Fantastic in the Great South Land, 1803 Kevin Murray Keys to the South Stephen Muecke Cultural Studiesrsquo; Networking Strategies in the South     Raewyn Connell Extracts from Southern Theory: The global dynamics of knowledge in social science     Margaret Jolly The South in Southern Theory: Antipodean Reflections on the Pacific     Reviews Reviewed by David Carter The Book is Dead (Long Live the Book), by Sherman Young     Reviewed by Paul Gillen The Ways of the Bushwalker: On Foot in Australia, by Melissa Harper     Reviewed by Anne Maxwell Speaking Truth to Power: Public Intellectuals Rethink New Zealand, edited by Laurence Simmons, and Edward Said: The Legacy of a Public Intellectual, edited by Ned Curthoys and Debjani Ganguly     Reviewed by Emily Potter Slicing the Silence: Voyaging to Antarctica, by Tom Griffiths     Eco-Humanities Corner Emily Potter and Paul Starr     Australia and the New Geographies of Climate Change     Val Plumwood Shadow Places and the Politics of Dwelling Val Plumwood (1939-2008) in memoriam

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Megaro Hotel (****) on Sun Feb 1, 2009 for €85.91

Standard Room. Excluding breakfast. With a superb location in the bustling heart of London’s St Pancras, opposite the spectacular Gothic façade of the train station, this 4-star hotel offers stylish, luxurious and contemporary accommodation. The hotel boasts 49 comfortable en suite rooms, many of which overlook the impressive exterior of St Pancras station. All of the stylish and contemporary rooms have unique furnishings and bespoke fittings offering simple, perfect comfort. Every room boasts a range of facilities as standard. It is in the details that the hotel’s quality really shows through and you will find a high-quality espresso machine and a key-coded safe for your valuables. When you have settled in you can enjoy music and movies at any time via the media system. The hotel offers sleek, well-equipped contemporary accommodation and great modern facilities and services in a prime location, opposite St Pancras train station and the new terminal area for Eurostar trains to continental Europe.

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The Darlington Hyde Park (****) on Sun Feb 1, 2009 for €100.05

Standard Double Room. Including breakfast. The Darlington Hyde Park is located on Sussex Gardens in the Paddington Hyde Park area of London, within a 5-minute walk of Paddington Station Heathrow Express Terminal. Once a stately Victorian terraced town house, The Darlington has high-standard accommodation with modern facilities to meet everyone's expectations. The comfort and safety of all guests is key to every member of staff, from attention to detail on cleanliness and hygiene, to high levels of professional customer service. The Darlington Hyde Park is always an enjoyable stay. It prides itself on being a strictly non-smoking establishment.

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