Search results for: beyond-the-fray

Beyond The Fray Bigfoot

Author : Shannon Legro
File Size : 39.11 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Download : 258
Read : 176
Download »
"Be mindful of what lies beyond the wood line." It's argued that the recent search for Bigfoot officially began on September 21, 1958, when journalist, Andrew Genzoli of the Humboldt Times, featured a letter from a reader about loggers in Northern California concerning large footprints they'd found at a work site. What began as a fun article turned into an almost instant national sensation and since stories of the elusive creature have poured in, not just from California and the Pacific Northwest, but from around the world. BEYOND THE FRAY: BIGFOOT features some of these personal eyewitness accounts and terrifying encounters, most taken from the transcripts of the popular podcast, iNTO THE FRAY. These stories are unique and scary. They will leave you wondering what this creature is and will no doubt give you pause before you cross the wood line and enter the woods.

Beyond The Fray

Author : Shannon Legro
File Size : 22.73 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 764
Read : 1027
Download »
From sinister goblins to the utterly terrifying Wendigo, Beyond The Fray: Paramalgamation has it all and then some. First you might be asking, what is paramalgamation? Simply, it is the melding together of inexplicable paranormal experiences, which can and should by all rights be wholly separate. In this second book by renowned paranormal researcher, Shannon LeGro and bestselling author, G. Michael Hopf; comes a collection of unexplained, nearly impossible to classify encounters with the strange, terrifying, and life-changing. Run-ins with goblins, creatures, and human-looking copies that don't fit into a neat little box like Bigfoot or ghosts. This is a collection of some of the strangest and scariest stories ever told by the people who experienced them. Sit back, relax and we suggest you keep a light on.

Beyond the Fray

Author : Daniel D. Chiras
File Size : 24.19 MB
Format : PDF, Docs
Download : 643
Read : 556
Download »

God in the Fray

Author : Walter Brueggemann
File Size : 65.22 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 986
Read : 529
Download »
This volume engages the work of Walter Brueggemann, most of which has been published by Fortress Press. The volume centers on the character of God in the text of the Old Testament as a site of theological tension and even ambivalence. Biblical faith never experiences God as entirely above the fray but rather as entangled in history, astonishingly transformative, and impinged upon by the voices of the suffering. Brueggemann's monumental Theology of the Old Testament addresses this fact with great theological insight and rigor, and the internationally renowned biblical scholars writing here engage and extend his insights into the "unsettled Character . . . at the center of the text."

Above the Fray

Author : Shai M. Dromi
File Size : 54.31 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Download : 280
Read : 201
Download »
"We now take humanitarian nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) such as the Red Cross or Oxfam for granted, but as sociologist Shai Dromi shows us, these social organizations are a relatively recent invention. In fact, when the Red Cross movement, which arose from the efforts of orthodox Calvinists, first began to advocate for impartial humanitarian work in the mid-1800s, it was met with incredulity, suspicion, and ethical objections. But within two decades the idea that humanitarian organizations are an absolute social necessity swept North Atlantic civil societies, giving rise to a growing humanitarian sector that spanned three continents and appealed to aristocrats, professionals, clergy, and working classes alike. The genesis of the humanitarian field from the religious convictions of its founders provides an exceptionally revealing historical case that demonstrates how abstract moral beliefs create new social institutions that, in turn, preserve and replicate them through history"--

Entering the Fray

Author : Jonathan Daniel Wells
File Size : 44.4 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 190
Read : 1138
Download »
The study of the New South has in recent decades been greatly enriched by research into gender, reshaping our understanding of the struggle for woman suffrage, the conflicted nature of race and class in the South, the complex story of politics, and the role of family and motherhood in black and white society. This book brings together nine essays that examine the importance of gender, race, and culture in the New South, offering a rich and varied analysis of the multifaceted role of gender in the lives of black and white southerners in the troubled decades of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Ranging widely from conservative activism by white women in 1920s Georgia to political involvement by black women in 1950s Memphis, many of these essays focus on southern women’s increasing public activities and high-profile images in the twentieth century. They tell how women shouldered responsibilities for local, national, and international interests; but just as nineteenth-century women’s status could be at risk from too much public presence, women of the New South stepped gingerly into the public arena, taking care to work within what they considered their current gender limitations. The authors—both established and up-and-coming scholars—take on subjects that reflect wide-ranging, sophisticated, and diverse scholarship on black and white women in the New South. They include the efforts of female Home Demonstration Agents to defeat debilitating diseases in rural Florida and the increasing participation of women in historic preservation at Monticello. They also reflect unique personal stories as diverse as lobbyist Kathryn Dunaway’s efforts to defeat the Equal Rights Amendment in Georgia and Susan Smith’s depiction by the national media as a racist southerner during coverage of her children’s deaths. Taken together, these nine essays contribute to the picture of women increasing their movement into political and economic life while all too often still maintaining their gendered place as determined by society. Their rich insights provide new ways to consider the meaning and role of gender in the post–Civil War South.

Above the Fray

Author : Larry Parman
File Size : 86.69 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Download : 208
Read : 178
Download »
The premise of "Above the Fray" is that the Information Age is creating a turbulence most business owners fail to acknowledge or take steps to profitably manage. "Above the Fray" offers a method of creating a vision that produces clarity. It teaches how to create plans with a bias toward action and speed of implementation. It suggests a systems approach to hiring the right team members who can handle today’s fast-paced environment. Readers will discover how to create a management methodology that ensures alignment and commitment to their vision. Revealed are marketing systems and strategies that set their companies apart from competition along with metrics that measure real-time performance. Collectively, these concepts create more effective business leaders, all better prepared to thrive in today’s turbulent business word.

Joining the Fray

Author : Assoc Prof Zachary C Shirkey
File Size : 66.10 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Docs
Download : 573
Read : 774
Download »
National leaders often worry that civil wars might spread, but also seem to have little grasp on which civil wars will in fact draw in other states. An ability to understand which civil wars are most likely to draw in outside powers and when this is likely to happen has important policy implications as well as simply answering a scholarly question. Joining the Fray takes existing explanations about which outside states are likely to intervene militarily in civil wars and adds to them explanations about when states join and why. Building on his earlier volume, Is this a Private Fight or Can Anybody Join?, Zachary C. Shirkey looks at how the decision to join a civil war can be intuitively understood as follows: given that remaining neutral was wise when a war began something must change in order for a country to change its beliefs about the benefits of fighting and join the war. This book studies what these changes are, focusing in particular on revealed information and commitment problems.

Through the Fray

Author : George Alfred Henty
File Size : 76.93 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 785
Read : 985
Download »

Outre mer a pilgrimage beyond the sea To which are added the latest poems of the author

Author : Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
File Size : 48.77 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Download : 610
Read : 376
Download »

European Constitutionalism Beyond the State

File Size : 51.32 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 275
Read : 1230
Download »
Leading scholars of European constitutionalism highlight different facets of the constitutional discussion.

Beyond the Lines Or A Yankee Prisoner Loose in Dixie

Author : John James Geer
File Size : 20.33 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 318
Read : 947
Download »

Beyond the Himalayas

Author : John Geddie
File Size : 84.13 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 596
Read : 1002
Download »
This book contains travelogues on formerly unexplored regions of the Himalayas interposed between the Assam frontier and China.

Beyond the River

Author : Ann Hagedorn
File Size : 81.24 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Download : 311
Read : 1304
Download »
Beyond the River brings to brilliant life the dramatic story of the forgotten heroes of the Ripley, Ohio, line of the Underground Railroad. From the highest hill above the town of Ripley, Ohio, you can see five bends in the Ohio River. You can see the hills of northern Kentucky and the rooftops of Ripley’s riverfront houses. And you can see what the abolitionist John Rankin saw from his house at the top of that hill, where for nearly forty years he placed a lantern each night to guide fugitive slaves to freedom beyond the river. In Beyond the River, Ann Hagedorn tells the remarkable story of the participants in the Ripley line of the Underground Railroad, bringing to life the struggles of the men and women, black and white, who fought “the war before the war” along the Ohio River. Determined in their cause, Rankin, his family, and his fellow abolitionists—some of them former slaves themselves—risked their lives to guide thousands of runaways safely across the river into the free state of Ohio, even when a sensational trial in Kentucky threatened to expose the Ripley “conductors.” Rankin, the leader of the Ripley line and one of the early leaders of the antislavery movement, became nationally renowned after the publication of his Letters on American Slavery, a collection of letters he wrote to persuade his brother in Virginia to renounce slavery. A vivid narrative about memorable people, Beyond the River is an inspiring story of courage and heroism that transports us to another era and deepens our understanding of the great social movement known as the Underground Railroad.

Beyond the Looking Glass

Author : Robert N. Quinn
File Size : 88.81 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 728
Read : 337
Download »
Beyond the Looking Glass is the story of a young boy who dared to venture outside the boundaries of his small world by stepping through a looking glass that promised not only escape from his rural surroundings, but adventure beyond his limited horizon. Unlike Alice who found a Wonderland when she passed through her looking glass, the author found looking glasses at each turn in the road; mirrors that did not reflect the wonders that lay beyond or the Mad-Hatter characters he was to encounter along the way. Beyond the Looking Glass provides an unique tale of the author's journey through the Rite of Passage toward manhood during the difficult times so many suffered from the Great Depression and World War II. The reader experiences the author's immaturity, then his gradual maturation, as he overcomes many obstacles in his quest to join the navy. At the age of sixteen he succeeds in his quest and spends the war years in the Pacific Theater where he participates in the Saipan and Guam amphibious landings and later the re-taking of the Philippine Islands where his aircraft carrier suffers a kamikase attack. At age fourteen, Bob Quinn's travels begin with the encounter of his first looking glass; a slow moving freight train....

Beyond the Science Wars

Author : Ullica Christina Olofsdotter Segerstråle
File Size : 39.92 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Download : 491
Read : 366
Download »
Contextualizes the "Science Wars" from interdisciplinary sociological, historical, scientific, political, and cultural perspectives.

Gypsying Beyond the Sea

Author : William Bement Lent
File Size : 43.60 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 913
Read : 679
Download »

Beyond the Persecuting Society

Author : John Laursen
File Size : 38.41 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 565
Read : 596
Download »
Beyond the Persecuting Society constructs a history of toleration from the Middle Ages through the seventeenth century.

Beyond the Palaeocrystic Sea

Author : A. S. Morton
File Size : 87.72 MB
Format : PDF, Docs
Download : 169
Read : 773
Download »

Beyond the Tps Tools

Author : Jon DeLong
File Size : 40.31 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Docs
Download : 829
Read : 998
Download »
Since leaving Toyota I have discovered that many other companies are missing what I believe to be the most crucial ingredient to ensure a successful and a sustainable Lean transformation creating the right culture. Beyond The TPS Tools describes from firsthand experience why Toyotas culture provides the good soil required to deploy Lean strategies. From the green field startup of Toyotas Indiana Assembly plant to the struggles of managing at Toyotas most seasoned plant in Kentucky, discover how my leadership style has evolved into a practical approach for leading Lean with a North American workforce.