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BRIDGE OVER TIME by New York Times & USA Today bestselling author Brenda HiattA switch in time! Busy socialite Kathryn Monroe visits her parents in South Carolina only to find herself transported to 1825. Forced to step into the shoes of a near-­identical ancestress, she is desperate to get back - until she falls for the very man her counterpart most wanted to avoid. Catherine Prescott wants nothing more than freedom-­from rules and from the prospect of an unwanted marriage. When she finds herself in 2013, it seems all of her dreams have come true, especially when she finds her soulmate in a man her counterpart never cared for.­THE TARTAN MP3 PLAYER by bestselling & award winning author C.­A. SzarekClaire McGowan gets sucked into 1672, naked and scared. Duncan MacLeod rescues her only to realize she'­s the key to finding his brother who was kidnapped by the Fae. Can they work together and both get what they want? Will sudden passion for each other change their goals?­A . . .

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REA’s Essentials provide quick and easy access to critical information in a variety of different fields, ranging from the most basic to the most advanced. As its name implies, these concise, comprehensive study guides summarize the essentials of the field covered. Essentials are helpful when preparing for exams, doing homework and will remain a lasting reference source for students, teachers, and professionals. Business Statistics I includes descriptive statistics, introduction to probability, probability distributions, sampling and sampling distributions, interval estimation, and hypothesis testing.

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Author: //www.­heraldextra.­com/ Subject V Louise Clarke 1 downloads in the last month Download Ebook: ( PDF ) ( EPUB )

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Diddie, Dumps, and Tot were the love names of three young sisters who grew up on a plantation in the nineteenth century prior to the Civil War. Written more than a hundred years ago and based upon the childhood experiences of the author, this volume has preserved for today's generation the legends, games, hymns, superstitions, and inspirational stories that bound black fam

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THEY were three little sisters, daughters of a Southern planter, and they lived in a big white house on a cotton plantation in Mississippi. The house stood in a grove of cedars and live-­oaks, and on one side was a flower-­garden, with two summer-­houses covered with climbing roses and honey-­suckles, where the little girls would often have tea-­parties in the pleasant spring and summer days. Back of the house was a long avenue of water-­oaks leading to the quarters where the negroes lived.

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Author: Louise Clarke PyrnellePublisher: Harper & Brothers, 1910Book contributor: University of VirginiaLanguage: English1 downloads in the last monthDownload Ebook: (PDF) (EPUB)

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Diddie, Dumps, and Tot: Or, Plantation Child-­Life was written by Louise Clarke Pyrnelle. Pyrnelle gives the reader a look at life from the slave owners perspective. Information customs, songs and etiquette are covered. The reader has a glimpse into the minds of the slave owners and learns their perspective on the issue of slave ownership. Pyrnelle says ""In writing this little volume, I had for my primary object the idea of keeping alive many of the old stories, legends, traditions, games, hymns, and superstitions of the Southern slaves, which, with this generation of negroes, will pass away. There are now no more dear old "Mammies" and "Aunties" in our nurseries, no more good old "Uncles" in the workshops, to tell the children those old tales that have been told to our mothers and grandmothers for generations--­the stories that kept our fathers and grandfathers quiet at night, and induced them to go early to bed that they might hear them the sooner".

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`This is an illuminating and topical study, which skilfully blends together theoretical and empirical analysis in search of the "citizen-­consumer". It should become a key text for all with an interest in public service reform and the "choice" agenda, as well as consumerism and citizenship' - Ruth Lister, Professor of Social Policy, University of Loughborough Political, popular and academic debates have swirled around the notion of the citizen as a consumer of public services, with public service reform increasingly geared towards a consumer society. This innovative book draws on original research with those people in the front-­line of the reforms - staff, managers and users of public services - to explore their responses to this turn to consumerism. Creating Citizen-­Consumers explores a range of theoretical, political, policy and practice issues that arise in the shift towards consumerism. It draws on recent controversies about choice to examine the tensions of modernising public . . .

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