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Kabbalah for the Student

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...a Bnei Baruch USA, 2009 85th street, #51, Brooklyn, NY 11214, USA Printed in Canada No part of this book may be used or reproduced in any manner with... ...roduced in any manner without written permission of the publisher, except in the case of brief quotations embodied in critical articles or reviews. ... ...T s Foreword (Bnei Baruch) 5 The Tree of Life – a Poem (Rav Isaac Luria) 7 Time for Spiritual Attainment 1 1 Time to Act (Rav Yehuda Ashlag) 1 3 Discl... ...e of One’s Work (Rav Yehuda Ashlag) 207 Lishma (Rav Yehuda Ashlag) 208 The Time of Ascent (Rav Yehuda Ashlag) 211 You Who Love the Lord Hate Evil (Rav... ...es it openly, without shame or restraints. He steals and murders in broad daylight wherever he finds it possible. The somewhat more developed, sense... ...thout faith are as bats. They cannot look at the Light of day because the daylight has been inverted for them to a more terrible darkness than the d... ... lie. This is not the view of Torah, since nothing is more important than saving lives (Yoma, 82a). 413 Pr e f a C e T o Th e b o o K o f Zo h a r I... ...or U.S. city, as well as in Toronto, Canada, London, England, and Sydney, Australia. It is printed in English, Hebrew, and Russian, and is also avai...

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Laws of Destiny Never Disappear : Culture of Thailand in the Postlocal World

By: Matti Sarmela

...Matti Sarmela LAWS OF DESTINY NEVER DISAPPEAR Culture of Thailand in the postlocal world Helsinki 2005 ... ...R DISAPPEAR Culture of Thailand in the Postlocal World ... ...te a book of the same title ( ), published in Finnish (1979; 1985). At the time, I was interested in the way the structures that had maintained the vi... ...ision of production - occupational differentiation - industrial concept of time, schedules Centralizing national culture - metropolitan structures - c... ...rice varieties were developed, hailed as bringing a 'green revolution' and saving the world's developing countries from famine.(9 Hierarchy of rice. ... ... offer their produce for sale. Young farmers in particular have no capital savings, thus they are forced to borrow in order to buy seed, fertilizers a... ...nally an angry phii would come and take a child. Although we played during daylight, the evil spirit would take someone every now and then. One boy hi... ...77. Thai Traditional Medicine. A preliminary investigation. Ph. D. thesis, Australian National University. Canberra. Murdock, George Peter (ed.) 1... ...k, T. H. (ed.) 1967. Thailand. Social and Economic Studies in Development. Australian National Univ. Press & Duke Univ. Press, Durham, N.C. — 1970. ...

...worldviews of peoples of Thailand and Finland, the past and future of local cultures. Matti Sarmela started collecting material on Northern Thailand in 1972. Based on a longitudinal field study, he wrote his description of three villages in Lampang Province, and the changes in villagers' lives over three decades. The book also speaks through the voices of villagers themse...

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Hawaii Business Magazine-Special Apec Edition

By: Apec Hawaii Host Committee

...COSYSTEM RESTORATION AND SUSTAINABLE FORESTRY & FOREST PRODUCTS “ The best time to plant a tree was twenty years ago. The second best time is now . ” ... ... and earth science and technology Our Ownership Hawaii Business is printed in Hawai‘i by Hagadone Printing Company on post-consumer recycled paper us... ...offset by carbon credits. is part of This special edition of was produced in cooperation with the APEC 2011 Hawai‘i Host Committee. PUBLISHER David ... ...on Hawaiian Electric Industries Hawaiian Electric Company and American Savings Bank Palapalai Alexander & Baldwin, Inc. First Hawaiian Bank Hawai... ... Tourism Authority Lockheed Martin Corporation Of fice of Hawaiian Affairs Time Warner Cable University of Hawai‘i System Hāpu‘u Kupukupu aio Ala Moa... ...echnology can be used anywhere. We’re looking at opportunities in Japan, Australia, the Pacifc Islands, you name it.” The Sopogy technology is idea... ...cially for people of Native Hawaiian ancestry, blends the latest energy- saving technology with traditional Hawaiian practices aimed at self-sufci... ...PACIFIC BIODIESEL AND ISTOCK 29 APEC 2011 · HAWAII BUSINESS Argentina • Australia • Austria • Azerbaijan • Belarus • Belgium • Bhutan • Bosnia-Herz... ...CO VANCOUVER CHICAGO HOUSTON Note: Times may vary by an hour depending on Daylight Saving Time, which Hawai‘i does not use. CALGARY, ALBERTA 6 hours,...

Hawaii Business Magazine in tribute to the APEC meeting of 2011.

...cean and Earth sciences -- 48 Turning Science Into Practical Inventions -- 56 Winners of the Hawai‘i Business Innovation Showcase -- 60 Breakthroughs in Health and Medicine -- 68 Hawai‘I Diversity Ideal for Medical Research -- 74 Perfect Place for Global Meetings -- 78 Checklist for Your Next Conference -- 82 Sustainability, Harmony Built Into Hawaiian Culture -- 86 What A...

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A Courageous Battle

By: Susan Bracken

...ghts reserved. No part of this print publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electron... ..., is entirely coincidental and not intended by the author. The information in the Appendix of this book is offered on an “as is” basis, without warran... ...ets earlier and earlier. “Your mother’s not well,” her Daddy had said many times. “She has asthma and migraine headaches. You must be a good girl, and... ...ngly cleaned the house, but he never took Lacey with him to shop, or spent time with her at home. Nei- ther parent read to her, or taught her how to c... ... you must be dead,” she finally stammered. “No, but I’ve been far away, in Australia. Can I come in?” he 228 SUSAN BRACKEN asked, looking toward the ... ...nd I just knew I had to get away. I went as far as I could, all the way to Australia. All I had was the pack on my back with my documents and clothes ... ...me? Why do I hurt so much? What’s wrong with my mouth? As more of the life saving water dripped into her mouth she opened her eyes and tried to focus.... ...he tried to push them back, but black gradually faded to gray, and then to daylight. As con- sciousness returned, and the pure horror of being alive d...

...Lacey Wilson overcomes neglect in childhood and abuse in her first marriage to achieve fame and riches as a popular author, and finds true love and happiness with wealthy entrepreneur, Jake Edmonds. Then cancer strikes. Lacey is afraid of the pain and indi...

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The Path of Splitness

By: Indrek Pringi

... Canadian Copyright: 1072425 Nov 12 th 2009 Due to the ideas presented in this book, I have had to use various terms and words that are not f... ...ed in this book, I have had to use various terms and words that are not found in dictionaries: beginning with the title. The word: ‘Splitness’ is ... .......................................................... 35 Energy, Space, and Time...................................................................... ............................................................................. 48 Time...................................................................... ...se for them once they stood up on two feet and became the dominant species of Australia. But they did not lose their tails as we did. That kept th... ... also. It is doing the opposite. Technology; using tools, using fire is not saving us from complete extinction: on the contrary, it is feeding our... ... developed an instinctive blind-mindless addiction to accumulating-collecting-saving-preserving-perpetuating-hoarding-piling up-everything we possibl... ...patronage: armed thugs, gangsters. Illegal criminals, known killers in broad daylight not being arrested. While Holland exported her most rotten f... ...one. And mark each burrow with a long tall Pole that is easily visible in a daylight thundershower. Then going out to these burrows in a thunders...

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Aus Com

By: Christine Jones

...ll rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopy... ...g, or by any information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from the copyright owner. This is a work of fiction. Names, char... ...on from above. The teams patiently waited, a routine carried out numerous times before. "Definitely a Clan's bash," a veteran of the section uttered.... ...of what was once referred to as the suburbs. The eerie remnants of such a time littered the landscape. Surface dwellers had picked clean anything re... ...d him in the eyes. "Alex barley eats or sleeps. She’s bloody committed to saving lives. We have to force her to rest and every so often she goes do... ... lights embedded in the massive curved ceiling in plaster gave a sense of daylight. Coming from the cold tunnel, the warmth and fresh smell suggeste... ... the light tower." The man acknowledged Shaun with a nod of understanding. Australian Communications, Aus Com, the eyes and ears of the world. Floor ... ...otional attachment, Stephen broke the silence. He congratulated the man on saving the day and looked forward to gathering in his honour. "I did nothi... ...of individual panels, a massive solar screen automatically activated with daylight and lowered into the ground at dusk. The build up of earth around...

...efective. Dictated by science and technology, the search for immortality near destroyed the human race. What remains of mankind, struggles to survive in barbaric clans suppressed by Masters and false doctrine. Known as Project Noah, an underground community seeks to restore civilization by rehabilitating those snatched from the surface. An enemy from the past is out to re-...

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Signature for Sunshine

By: Christine Jones

...ll rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopy... ...g, or by any information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from the copyright owner. This is a work of fiction. Names, cha... ...ring the front door shut, Chris sighed with relief, thinking it was about time the old coot got back. Bill O’Keith entered the large, timeworn kitche... ...r grasp Mitchell by the arm and haul him back onto the bus, which by this time had many vacant seats. Mr. Jago, the bus driver, turned in his seat. ... ... shed she’d built when they lived on the farm. The woman also believed in saving money wherever she could. Living on a sole parent’s pension was not... ...pushing her into the black hole; she could feel herself falling. 59 With daylight beyond the closed curtains, Chris abruptly sat up in bed. “Shit h... ..., referring to her as the super woman who got him out of the bathroom. If saving her dignity didn’t as least change her expression, he thought it ti... ...ny told you some whopper stories.” “No.” Chris shook her head. “Okay, so, Australia post has a reprieve and I’ll keep ordering comics and nuddy mags...

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Jockeys and Jewels

By: Bev Pettersen

...s reserved, including the right to reproduce this book, or a portion thereof, in any form. This book may not be resold or uploaded for distribution ... ...mud, blasted on his bugle, and the post parade began. Most fans sought refuge in the clubhouse, yet ten feet away two women in stylish raincoats als... ...ow're things at headquarters?” “The usual. How about you? Heard you’re a full-time trainer now, making bags of money.” “Everything’s good. Got a ra... .... “We need you to race in Calgary. I know it's a hick track, and you're a big-time trainer, but this is critical.” Despite the rain, Kurt’s mouth fe... ...the gelding’s form. Skippy usually broke well. Perhaps the seasoned horse was saving everything for the race. And maybe he was underestimating both ... ...d horse was ratable and had tons of courage. She’d given him a good trip too, saving ground on the rail and not bullying him down the stretch. Not s... ... It was easy to flirt in a dark bar, blame it on beer, but this was cold hard daylight. No alcohol in sight. And Kurt was not a good idea. He was a... ...“Julie found him when he was a pup. Probably part coyote with some heeler and Australian shepherd mixed in. He's great with the stock, tougher than ... ...s hip against the table, keeping his voice casual. “I think they're mined in Australia or Thailand, places like that. They come in brown and green ...

...ater track where his partner was last seen alive. Julie West, a dedicated but struggling jockey, pins her dreams of an elusive win on the new trainer in town, never suspecting she’s a person of interest—and not because of her riding skills.Kurt didn’t expect his contrary colt to flourish under Julie’s feminine touch nor for his own rusty heart to soften. However, his decei...

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The Williams Record

By: Student Media

...wns entirely suo- oessful, and despite its humorous side, tied a new itnot in tlie bond of ail Williams men. The parade, the fireworks, the transparen... ...parts of a cus- tom tliftt is no empty formalitj. The Parade 1910 gathered in front of the opera house shortly after 7 o'clock, clad in night-shirts, ... ...s, Hin- man. Palmer and Rediok, the senior committee, Towrisend and Wells, timers, the auxiliary com- mittee, composed of M. Brown, Bradley, Ford, Sou... ...e. At o signal the classes rushed together, and stayed to- gether with the time honored March 17th mud for two minutes. At the end of the time 'limit ... ...before yon are through with it you are sure that little Felipe will end by saving his benefac- tor's life or else will die—I confess I tiioiight it mo... ... and the lights were turn- ed out for the last three dnnoes in- nfimuch as daylight had by that time appeared. The Prom, committee, including the floo... ...s to Washington are: Great Britain, France, Russia, China, Japan, In- dia, Australia and the Philip- pines. Mr. R. Saeasin-Warnery, chairman of the Wo...

...ongest running independent newspaper at Williams is the Williams Record, a weekly broadsheet paper published on Wednesdays. The newspaper was founded in 1885, and now has a weekly circulation of 3,000 copies distributed in Williamstown, in addition to more than 600 subscribers across the country. The newspaper does not receive financial support from the college or from the...

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Life of John Coleridge Patteson : Missionary Bishop of the Melanesian Islands

By: Charlotte Mary Yonge

...rge of any kind. Any person using this document file, for any purpose, and in any way does so at his or her own risk. Neither the Pennsylvania State U... ...ntained within the document or for the file as an electronic transmission, in any way. Life of John Coleridge Patteson: Missionary Bishop of the Melan... ...heir comparative importance, so clearly discernible as when there has been time to ripen the fruit. These latter drawbacks are doubled when the subjec... ...mmand confidence and re- spect. The middle of the nineteenth century was a time when England might well be proud of her Judges. There was much in the ... ...ten employing the willing services of his pupils in copying let- ters from Australia, Newfoundland, &c. 21 Yo n g e When the Bishop of New Zealand ca... ...rk of teach- 83 Yo n g e ing them that the Church alone gives security of saving union with Christ, was yet to come when his inward call led him else... ...mployed, which of course made up eight or ten out of the thirteen hours of daylight. When I went ashore (which I did when- ever the boat went), then I... ...eep, though tired. They were running all about me. 189 Yo n g e ‘Well, at daylight I sent Gariri to fetch some water, and shaved and washed, to the g... ...ught out the meaning of some of our Saviour’s names. ‘“The Saviour?” ‘“The saving His people.” ‘“Not all men? And why not all men? And from what pov- ...

...Preface: There are of course peculiar advantages as well as disadvantages in endeavouring to write the life of one recently departed. On the one hand, the remembrances connected with him are far fresher; his contemporaries can he consulted, and much can be made matter of certainty, for which a few ...

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David Copperfield Volume Two

By: Charles Dickens

...rge of any kind. Any person using this document file, for any purpose, and in any way does so at his or her own risk. Neither the Pennsylvania State U... ...ntained within the document or for the file as an electronic transmission, in any way. David Copperfield, Volume Two, Containing chapters twenty-nine ... ... TO Mr. Spenlow in the morning, that I wanted leave of absence for a short time; and as I was not in the receipt of any salary, and consequently was n... ...eated with so much con- sideration, that I was almost my own master at all times. As I did not care, however, to get to Highgate before one or two o c... ...heir last journey to Blunderstone. She had long ago bought, out of her own savings, a little piece of ground in our old churchyard near David Copperf... ...ested an im- mediate settlement of the same, with the be- nevolent view of saving trouble and an ill- conwenience to all parties. After this, Mrs. C... ...d Mr. Peggotty, with a hopeful smile. No one can t reproach my darling in Australia. We will begin a new life over theer! I asked him if he yet prop... ...k of this now, both of you. Here are some people David knows, going out to Australia shortly. If you decide to go, why shouldn t you go in the same sh... ...hted up, here and there, by dangling lanterns; and elsewhere by the yellow daylight straying down a windsail or a hatchway were crowded groups of peop...

...Excerpt: I mentioned to Mr. Spenlow in the morning, that I wanted leave of absence for a short time; and as I was not in the receipt of any salary, and consequently was not obnoxious to the implacable Jorkins, there was no difficulty about it. I took that oppor...

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The Country of the Blind and Other Stories

By: H. G. Wells

...rge of any kind. Any person using this document file, for any purpose, and in any way does so at his or her own risk. Neither the Pennsylvania State U... ...ntained within the document or for the file as an electronic transmission, in any way. The Country of the Blind, and Other Stories by H.G. Wells, the ... ...ked incidents that make up the bulk of the book called T ales of Space and Time, no short story of mine of the slight- est merit is excluded from this... ...o longer anything of the kind. I have not written one now for quite a long time, and in the past five or six years I have made scarcely one a year. Th... ...hen you are engaged to him?” asked my wife. “Not engaged, ma’am; but he is saving money to buy a ring—hammyfist.” “Well, Jane, when you are properly e... ...continued, looking upward; “the moon is still smothered by the vestiges of daylight.” Horrocks stared at him with the expression of a man who has sudd... ...t him with the expression of a man who has suddenly awakened. “Vestiges of daylight? … Of course, 21 H.G . Wells of course.” He too looked up at the ... ...esday his chicks all had the staggers, on Friday his cousin came home from Australia, and on Saturday he broke his ankle. What a whirl of excitement!—... ...edifices had a singular resemblance to tombs and mausoleums and monuments, saving only that they were all uniformly black instead of being white, as m...

...Introduction: The enterprise of messrs. T. Nelson & Sons and the friendly accommodation of Messrs. Macmillan render possible this collection in one cover of all the short stories by me that I care for any one to read again. Except for the two series of linked incidents that make up the bulk of the book called Tales of Space and Time, no short story of mine of the ...

..........................................................................27 THE FLOWERING OF THE STRANGE ORCHID .....................................34 IN THE AVU OBSERVATORY .....................................................................42 ’PYORNIS ISLAND ....................................................................................48 THE REMARKABLE CASE OF DAVI...

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Life on the Mississippi

By: Mark Twain

...arge of any kind. Any person using this document file, for any purpose, and in any way does so at his or her own risk. Nei ther the Pennsylvania St... ...contained within the document or for the file as an electronic transmission, in any way. Life on the Mississippi by Mark T wain (Samuel L. Clemens) ,... ...e, exclusive of Rus sia, Norway, and Sweden. It would contain Autria four times, Germany or Spain five times, France six times, the British Is lan... ...ny or Spain five times, France six times, the British Is lands or Italy ten times. Conceptions formed from the river basins of Western Europe are r... ... a hymn. The priest explained the mysteries of the faith “by signs,” for the saving of the sav ages; thus compensating them with possible possessions... ...made for the shore and soon was scraping it, just the same as if it had been daylight. And not only that, but singing— “Father in heaven, the day is d... ...up the river, I had learned to be a tolerably plucky up stream steersman, in daylight, and before we reached St. Louis I had made a trifle of progress... ...re so long absent on voy ages. However, the repentant sinners scraped their savings together, and one by one, by our tedious voting process, they wer... ... 5 47 Greenville 1 10 55 Napoleon 1 16 22 White River 1 16 56 Australia 1 19 Helena 1 23 25 Half Mile Below St. Francis 2 Memphi...

...Excerpt: The ?Body Of The Nation? But the basin of the Mississippi is the body of the nation. All the other parts are but members, important in themselves, yet more important in their relations to this. Exclusive of the Lake basin and of 300,000 square miles in Texas and New Mexico, which in many aspects form a part of it, this basin contains about 1,250,000 squar...

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The Collection of Antiquities

By: Honoré de Balzac

...rge of any kind. Any person using this document file, for any purpose, and in any way does so at his or her own risk. Neither the Pennsylvania State U... ...ntained within the document or for the file as an electronic transmission, in any way. The Collection of Antiquities by Honoré de Balzac, trans. Ellen... ...tion; for if a writer takes upon himself the office of annalist of his own time, he is bound to touch on many sore subjects. The house was called the ... ... he told the Constable de Luynes, a very paltry fellow in his eyes at that time. You may be sure that d’Esgrignons lost their heads on the scaffold du... ...utting myself so that I could see the out- lines of her face lit up by the daylight, and feel the fascination of those dreamy emerald eyes, which sent... ... inexhaustible. The eighty thousand francs thus squandered represented his savings, accumulated for the day when the Marquis should send his son to Pa... ...n has debts. Perhaps you would rather that Victurnien should bring you his savings?—Do you know that our great Richelieu (not the Cardinal, a pitiful ... ...you do not bear us such a grudge that you will not listen to terms. Before daylight the young man ought to be at liberty.” “The whole town knows that ... ...pot which appeared to con- tain a piece of mildewed rattan; “it comes from Australia. You are very young, sir, to be a horticulturist.” “Dear M. Blond...

...Excerpt: Dear Baron, you have taken so warm an interest in my long, vast ?History of French Manners in the Nineteenth Century,? you have given me so much encouragement to persevere with my work, that you have given me a right to associate your name with some portion of it. Are you...

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A Tramp Abroad

By: Mark Twain

...tate University. This Portable Document file is furnished free and without any charge of any kind. Any person using this document file, for any purpos... ...h the Pennsylvania State University assumes any responsibility for the material contained within the document or for the file as an electronic transmi... ...eir finest swallow-tails, grouped themselves about these chiefs, but leaving the carpetway clear. Nobody moved or spoke any more but only waited. In a... ...of the beautiful; but when he sees Heidel- berg by night, a fallen Milky Way, with that glittering rail- way constellation pinned to the border, he re... ...ttle time for the student to get out of one hall and into the next; but the industrious ones manage it by going on a trot. The professors assist them ... ...but we don’t get the sugar in the bottom of the glass. Our way of scattering applause along through an act seems to me to be better than the Mannheim ... .... The snow which had collected upon La Fenêtre had increased the finsterniss oder der dunkelheit, so that when I looked out I was surprised to find th... ...ngly, very leisurely. Before twelve o’clock we had found a good position for the tent, at a height of eleven thousand feet. We passed the remaining ho... ...irst sod,” alluding to the Maryborough-Gympic Railway in course of construction. The words in italics were mutilated by the telegraph in transmis- sio...

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Youth

By: Joseph Conrad

...e of any kind. Any per- son using this document file, for any purpose, and in any way does so at his or her own risk. Neither the Pennsylvania State U... ...ntained within the document or for the file as an electronic transmission, in any way. Youth, A Narrative by Joseph Conrad, the Pennsylvania State Uni... ... second mate; it was also my skipper’s first command. Y ou’ll admit it was time. He was sixty if a day; a little man, with a broad, not very straight ... ... joined to-morrow. It was twenty-two years ago; and I was just twenty. How time passes! It was one of the happiest days of my life. Fancy! Second mate... ... to the ladder. Not bad for a sixty-year-old. Just imagine that old fellow saving heroically in his arms that old woman— the woman of his life. He set... ...chart spread on the table, and looked unhappy. He said, ‘The coast of West Australia is near, but I mean to proceed to our destination. It is the hurr... ...k we learned that the steamer was the Sommerville, Captain Nash, from West Australia to Singapore via Batavia with mails, and that the agreement was s... ...e night patient and watchful, the vast night lying silent upon the sea. At daylight she was only a charred shell, floating still under a cloud of smok...

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What Is Coming a Forecast of Things after the War

By: H. G. Wells

...rge of any kind. Any person using this document file, for any purpose, and in any way does so at his or her own risk. Neither the Pennsylvania State U... ...ntained within the document or for the file as an electronic transmission, in any way. What Is Coming? A Forecast of Things after the War by H. G. Wel... ... the next twenty years,” he was generally pretty widely wrong; most of his time estimates are too short; he foretold, for ex- ample, a special motor t... ...e are neglected; there is a vast destruction of capital and a waste of the savings that are needed to finance new experiments. Moreover, we are killin... ... very little new furniture on the stage of the world for some considerable time; that if there is much difference in the roads and rail- ways and ship... ...sm will postpone until the last hope of some breach among the Allies, some saving miracle in the old Eastern Empire, some dramatically-snatched victor... ...t moment of writing this, are still carrying cheap American automobiles to Australia. They would carry mu- nitions to Germany if their owners thought ... ... peace under a polyglot and impartial common government. It is as plain as daylight to anyone who is not blinded by patriotic or private interests tha... ... and Belgium. The busi- ness of Great Britain in the matter is as plain as daylight. It is 108 What Is Coming? to support to her last man and her las...

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The Uncommercial Traveller

By: Charles Dickens

... Pennsylvania State Univer- sity. This Portable Document file is furnished free and without any charge of any kind. Any person using this document fil... ...ssoci- ated with the Pennsylvania State University assumes any responsibility for the material con- tained within the document or for the file as an e... ...ng this page by the fireside at Home, and hearing the night wind rumble in the chimney, that slight obstruction was the uppermost fragment of the Wrec... ...esterday—some five-and-twenty thousand pounds. Of three hundred and fifty thousand pounds’ worth of gold, three hundred thousand pounds’ worth, in rou... ...church, hundreds of years hence, when the digging for gold in Australia shall have long and long ceased out of the land. Forty-four shipwrecked men an... ...g a world of fits. For everybody else in the room had fits, ex- cept the wards-woman; an elderly, able-bodied pauperess, with a large upper lip, and a... ...s a terminus in London. It is the railway for a large military depot, and for other large barracks. T o the best of my serious belief, I have never be... ...es and every devoted creature associated with them a most extraordinary amount of unnecessary trouble. Now, too, the conscious gas began to grow pale ... ... 144 something in writing his record? Round hundreds of such objects, hidden in the dense tropical foliage, the tropical sea breaks evermore; and over...

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In the Days of the Comet

By: H. G. Wells

... COMET BY H. G. WELLS A Penn State Electronic Classics Series Publication In the Days of the Comet by H. G. Wells is a publication of the Pennsylvani... ...e of any kind. Any person using this docu- ment file, for any purpose, and in any way does so at his or her own risk. Neither the Pennsylvania State U... ... life seems so cut off from the new, so alien and so unreasonable, that at times I find it bordering upon the in- credible. The data have gone, the bu... ...as caught midway in a gust of passion; and a curious accident put me for a time in the very nucleus of the new order. My memory takes me back across t... ...cketed “As used in the American army.” I had drawn out my balance from the savings bank, matter of two pounds and more, to make this purchase, and I f... ...eaks in our roof. We held our little house on lease; the owner was a mean, saving old man named Pettigrew, who lived in a villa adorned with plaster i... ...ys was with- drawn. As it ascended toward the zenith, as the last trailing daylight went after the abdicating sun, its greenish white il- lumination b... ...ions any more. A great desire had come to me to escape from life, from the daylight which is heat and conflict and desire, into that cool night of ete... ...es,” as we called them then—the United States of America, the Cape Colony, Australia, and New Zealand—spent much of the nineteenth century in the fran...

...Excerpt: I saw a gray-haired man, a figure of hale age, sitting at a desk and writing: He seemed to be in a room in a tower, very high, so that through the tall window on his left one perceived only distances, a remote horizon of sea, a headland and that vague haze and glitter in the sunset that many miles away marks a city. A...

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Rhoda Fleming

By: George Meredith

...rge of any kind. Any person using this document file, for any purpose, and in any way does so at his or her own risk. Neither the Pennsylvania State U... ...ntained within the document or for the file as an electronic transmission, in any way. Rhoda Fleming by George Meredith, the Pennsylvania State Univer... ... was compelled to have recourse to se- cret discontent. The attention, the time, and the trifles of money shed upon the flower garden, were hardships ... ...th queen of May: a sight that revived in Mrs. Fleming’s recol- lection the time of her own eldest and fairest taking homage, shy in her white smock an... ...s as much as possible; thought over what his wife used to say of Anthony’s saving ways from boyhood, thought of the dark hints of the Funds, of many b... ...No wonder, then, that his dream was of prairies, and primeval forests, and Australian wilds. He believed in his heart that he would be a man new made ... ...an do more for us than a dark disguise. Mrs. Lovell’s complexion was worth saving from the rav- ages of an Indian climate, and the persecution of clai... ...eing himself very distinctly reflected in one of the many facets of folly. Daylight became undesireable to him. He went to bed. A man who can, in such... ...he window-blind aside, to look out once more upon the vacant, inexplicable daylight, and looked, and then her head bent like the first 300 Rhoda Flem...

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