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A Few Degrees South of Everywhere

Author : James Goodson
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This collection of poetry was begun after the author met a spiritual guide in the dream state. The guide began to help him find a direction in his artistic life, focus on it, and pursue it. "When I was young, I was so excited by the arts that I could never quite settle down and concentrate on one discipline. Even now, I do graphic work in acrylics and digital compositions on the computer. But the writings, both prose and poetry, have evoked the best response in the most people. They have taken first place in my creative priorities. After getting a guide, I began writing articles for a local metaphysical newsletter about my adventurers in higher consciousness. From the beginning most of my work was published locally. Later, when my best friend died, I began spontaneously writing poetry and have continued for the last ten years. My spiritual guide continues to inspire and urge me to be creative on this amazing path called life."

Annual Report Geological Survey of Canada

Author : Geological Survey of Canada
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Contents may be found in "List of publications of the Geological survey of Canada. 1906."

Annual Report

Author : Geological and Natural History Survey of Canada
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Annual Report

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First Magnitude

Author : James B. Kaler
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“First Magnitude” is an entry-level book for readers with brightly lit skies. Its purpose is to show them that all is not lost, that they can still enjoy personal astronomy and have an appreciation of the heavens no matter where they live. It concentrates on the Sun, Moon, the five bright planets, and on the 23 brightest stars, which are visible from just about anywhere. The book concludes with bright ephemeral phenomena: meteors, comets, and exploding stars. The concept is a platform for introducing the reader to the wonders of the nighttime and daytime skies and serves as an introduction to general astronomy.James Kaler takes delight in sharing with us his extensive knowledge and infectious enthusiasm for the study of the skies. He further discusses his thoughts on the evolving field of astronomy and expresses his surprise at having an asteroid named after him in honor of his outreach activities.

Annual Report new Series

Author : Geological Survey of Canada
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Bulletin

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Geological Survey Bulletin

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The Book Cliffs Coal Field in Emery and Grand Counties Utah

Author : Daniel Jerome Fisher
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Sailing Directions planning Guide for the Indian Ocean

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