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Your Face Tells All

Author : Erik Kanto
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Featuring 52 Hollywood celebrity faces to illustrate the secrets of face reading, this intriguing book reveals all the basics of mysterious physiognomy. By looking at a person's facial features, the reader gets a lot of information: personality, qualities, sexuality, ­popularity, health, life expectancy, etc. It will answer the many questions we all have as to why certain things in life work and others do not, and why our relationships sometimes succeed, sometimes don't. Original.

Danger We All Face

Author : Raymond W. Bernard
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1960 Revised Edition. Suppressed truth about radioactive peril - radioactive fallout - is it injuring your health, shortening your life and harming your unborn children?

Questions We All Face in Life

Author : Earl G. Bell
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Life can often times be quite difficult. Just when things start to going well, somehow something comes along and changes that. In Questions We All Face in Life, author Earl G. Bell draws attention to how one may handle those high and low spirits, among other topics. In his book, Earl focuses on situations and questions everyone faces: Wouldn't it be nice to relive those fun memories that pop up from time to time, even if it were just a flash? Should people question those times when things happen such as the loss of a job or not being able to afford that planned weekend getaway? Are there any meanings to dreams? Is it important to set goals? Can getting out into nature really help free the mind? In this, his first book, Earl's goal is to bring attention to those subjects that people tend to not think about—but should. These are subjects that feed the mind and that can engage you in your own journey of discovery.

The Face That Changed It All

Author : Beverly Johnson
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In her revelatory and redemptive memoir, Beverly Johnson, the first African American supermodel to grace the cover of Vogue, recounts her career in her own passionate and deeply honest voice. She chronicles her childhood as a studious, and sometimes bullied, bookworm during the sixties. She left college to pursue modeling and a successful three-decade career followed. Amid glamorous tales of the hard partying of the 1970s and Hollywood during the eighties, she details her many encounters and friendships with the likes of Jackie Kennedy, Halston, Calvin Klein, Andy Warhol, Elizabeth Taylor, Michael Jackson, Eddie Murphy, Jack Nicholson, Keith Richards, and Warren Beatty. But she also reveals the demons she wrestled with--her struggles with racism, drug addiction, and an abusive marriage followed by divorce proceedings which tested her fortitude and sanity. She shares for the first time intimate details surrounding her love affair with the late tennis icon Arthur Ashe, and pays homage to her mentor, the late Naomi Sims, while lifting the veil off the complicated and often tense relationships among models. Familiar names from the catwalk, such as Pat Cleveland and Iman, illustrate how each had to fight not just the system, but each other, in order to survive. More than five hundred magazine covers later, Johnson is now a successful businesswoman, actress, women's advocate, and philanthropist. This no-holds-barred look at the lives of the rich, fabulous, and famous is also a story of failure and success in the upper echelons of the fashion world, and how Beverly Johnson emerged from her struggles smarter, happier, and stronger than ever.--Adapted from book jacket.

Mafatih al Jinan A Treasury of Islamic Piety

Author : Shaykh Abbas Qummi
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The is a book of prayers and devotional observances. Among the religious traditions of humanity the Imami Shi'ah tradition within Islam is unmatched in its rich corpus of devotional texts (du'a and ziyarah literature) handed down from the original leaders of the faith, the Prophet Muhammad and the Imams of his family, the Ahl al-Bayt.The Mafatih al-Jinan is the most popular manual of Islamic devotional observances and prayer-texts by Shaykh Abbas Qummi, which draws its contents from well-known, reliable sources. As a manual of devotional literature, the Mafatih al-Jinan follows a long tradition established by the Misbah al-Mutahajjid of Shaykh Tusi (d. 460/1067) and followed up in the works of Sayyid Ibn Tawus (d. 664/1265), Kaf'ami (d. 905/1499) and others. Most of the contents of the Mafatih are drawn from these earlier works. Since its publication, the Mafatih has enjoyed an uncontested popularity among Farsi-speaking Muslims, and its Arabic and Urdu versions are widely used by the devout in the Arab world and the Indian subcontinent.

Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh

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Face of a Church

Author : Antônio Batista Fragoso
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The Works of the British Dramatists

Author : Sir John Scott Keltie
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Elizabethan Drama

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Author : University of California, Berkeley. Archaeological Research Facility
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