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Hungary 1956 Forty Years On

Autor: Terry Cox
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780714647661
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This collection of new articles offers a retrospective view of the events of the 1956 revolution in Hungary, the consequences they have had for Hungary's political development since, and the significance of 1956 in current Hungarian politics. Different articles draw on the findings of various kinds of research, including work in documentary and archival collections that have only recently been opened up, sociological survey research, and in some cases, on personal reminiscences as well.

Love That Waited Forty Years On The 321 Bus

Autor: Doctor Rosaleen Obrien
Publisher: Chipmunkapublishing ltd
ISBN: 1847477232
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DescriptionComing soon About the AuthorI have been in receipt of trauma counselling since 1999 on a daily basis, at times speaking till the early hours of the morning.Support from my trauma Counsellor helps me to come to terms with accepting that what has happened to me cannot now be changed. I cannot ever forgive those who had a vicarious liability to look after me and failed. As a result of being locked away for some years all because we were poor has brought certain limitations to my day to day life. Writing is a form of therapy and allows me to be free to be the person that I want to be, and should have been my birthright. Through writing I can reach out to others who may have had such an unfortunate experience as myself . Daily flashbacks can be upsetting and I fill my life with things to do so as to block them out. Day to day life can be exhausting and coping mechanisms that I learnt in order to survive have not helped me in the outside world. God help all fellow survivors and perhaps one day Ireland will accept the terrible price we paid. Shame on all you right thinking residents in Ireland to allow the government and Catholic Church to ignore harm done to me and many others who are either dead or too ill to tell their story. Thanks to Chipmunkapublishing I have been able to confront my demons and a Big Thank you to Reatha my trauma counsellor without her I would not be here today writing about my stolen life.

Interlanguage

Autor: ZhaoHong Han
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Company
ISBN: 902727049X
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Few works in the field of second language acquisition (SLA) can endure multiple reads, but Selinker's (1972) "Interlanguage" is a clear exception. Written at the inception of the field, this paper delineates a disciplinary scope; asks penetrating questions; advances daring hypotheses; and proposes a first-ever conceptual and empirical framework that continues to stimulate SLA research. Sparked by a heightened interest in this founding text on its 40th anniversary, 10 leaders in their respective fields of SLA research collectively examine extrapolations of the seminal text for the past, the present, and the future of SLA research. This book offers a rare resource for novices and experts alike in and beyond the field of SLA.

Fifty Years On The Old Frontier As Cowboy Hunter Guide Scout And Ranchman

Autor: James Henry Cook
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
ISBN: 9780806117614
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The keen-eyed, cool-headed, and fearless men (Kit Carson, Jim Bridger, Buffalo Bill Cody, Big Foot Wallace, and Captain Jim Cook, among others) who were pivotal personalities for more than half a century in the almost ceaseless task of clearing the way for and guarding the lives and properties of explorers, emigrants, and settlers in the West, are an extinct type of pioneer, Accounts of the heroic deeds of this handful of men, however, remain today as indelible records that dramatize the melting away of this country’s vast frontiers.

401k Forty Years Later

Autor: Ted Benna
Publisher: Xulon Press
ISBN: 9781545643273
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Compassion International I am often asked whether I tried to patent my unique 401k interpretation. The answer is, "Yes," but I was told that was not possible. I assume I would have received some type of royalty, otherwise, which ultimately would be paid by participants. If you have benefitted from 401k as a participant or are one of the many professionals engaged in the 401k business, you can express your thanks to me by contributing to Compassion International (Cl). You do this by supporting a child each month. Cl has been working tirelessly to improve the lives of children across the developing world since 1962. Their efforts have helped lift more than two million children out of poverty. Your gift of $45 per month can empower a child to overcome poverty and achieve his/her dreams. You can also support Cl by making a one-time gift or periodic gifts to one or more special projects. These include the following: - water and Sanitation -providing the essential basics of life - health and Nutrition -Defending a child's healthy future - youth Development -Unlocking a person's potential - survival -Securing a child's opportunity at life Go to www.compassion.org to learn more. On a side note, you are already supporting these projects if you bought a copy of this book because 50% of the net proceeds are contributed to these projects; however, please do not let that fact stop you from doing more. Cl is a great organization. More than 80% of all revenue goes to meeting these special needs. I have known one former board member and one current board member for many years. ABOUT TED BENNA Ted Benna is commonly referred to as the "father of 401(k)" because he created and gained IRS approval of the first 401(k) savings plan. Ted has received many citations for his accomplishments including: - 2001 National Jefferson Award recipient for Greatest Public Service by a Private Citizen - 2001 Player of the Year selected by Defined Contribution News - one of eight individuals selected by Money Magazine for its special 20th Anniversary Issue Hall of Fame - selected by Business Insurance as one the four People of the Century - one of ten selected by Mutual Fund Market News for its special 10th Anniversary Issue Legends in Our Own Time - lifetime Achievement Award by Defined Contribution News 2005 - investment News - 2017 Icon & Innovators Ted has also been profiled in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Institutional Investors, Pension & Investments, USA Today, Employee Benefit News, Human Resource Executive, Fortune, Plan Sponsor, Kiplinger, Politico and many other publications. Ted has authored four books including 401(k) for Dummies. Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all ways acknowledge him, and he will make your paths straight. Proverbs 3 verses 5 and 6 - The NIV Study Bible - New International Version

Forty Years On The Spiritual Rostrum

Autor: Warren Chase
Publisher: Sagwan Press
ISBN: 9781377083780
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This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible. Therefore, you will see the original copyright references, library stamps (as most of these works have been housed in our most important libraries around the world), and other notations in the work. This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations. Within the United States, you may freely copy and distribute this work, as no entity (individual or corporate) has a copyright on the body of the work. As a reproduction of a historical artifact, this work may contain missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. Scholars believe, and we concur, that this work is important enough to be preserved, reproduced, and made generally available to the public. We appreciate your support of the preservation process, and thank you for being an important part of keeping this knowledge alive and relevant.

Forty Years Later

Autor: Mary L. Lyon
Publisher: Inspiring Voices
ISBN: 1462410901
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When we struggle isn’t it nice to know that someone understands? God has given us a cloud of witnesses who understand. Biblical characters struggled with their faith; demanding bosses; unfairness; loss of jobs, family, and friends; and even loss of life, but they also found God faithful. Forty Years Later: God’s Faithfulness Across Generations looks at the stories of biblical characters and, more importantly, at their wilderness journeys as they struggled and grew in faith. God has a plan for His children. God is committed to building faith in His children. God uses struggles in the wilderness to train His children. The Israeli nation refused to enter the Promised Land the first time. Forty years later in the wilderness, they were ready to trust God. Joseph spent years as a slave and prisoner and saved his family from famine. Moses, one of the greatest leaders in history, suggested that God use someone other than himself to lead the nation out of Egypt. God leads, guides, provides, wins the battles, and is ever present with His chosen ones. In the struggles in the wilderness, we learn to know God as our leader, provider, and protector. When everyone else fails us, God remains faithful. God also teaches us, as His chosen, to help others on the journey He has for them. God chose us. God uses us. Forty Years Later will inspire you to see God in your struggles and find hope that He who is faithful has a plan.

Forty Years At Saquish Beach

Autor: Connie Matuzek
Publisher: Author House
ISBN: 1481756338
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Have you ever built, owned, rented or visited someone at a cottage on an ocean beach, a lake or somewhere off the beaten path? If you have, this story should let you relive many fond memories. If not, but if you have thought or dreamed about doing it, you have the chance to live some of the adventures. Building a cottage with no power tools or electricity was quite an experience. If you have done any casual or serious fishing, you should enjoy the two chapters that cover striped bass, bluefish, cod, flounder and other fish. These are based on forty years of personal experience and first-hand knowledge. They tell of how it was done, including the related what, when, where and why. The resulting fishing successes and dilemmas encountered are enlightening. Many of you have eaten shellfish and devoured lobsters. Few however have experienced how they are harvested. Some interesting encounters are discussed. Our pets have a chapter all to themselves. It covers their uniqueness and idiosyncrasies during their beach adventures. People that enjoy pets will relate to these encounters. If you enjoy nature or wildlife, there are chapters about each of these covering our many experiences and interactions with both. The chapter on GROWING UP relates to the beach activities and stories of our two daughters and four grandchildren. This is a chance to look back and enjoy some memories, or a chance to look ahead and anticipate what's in front of you. There are other interesting chapters relating to activities with our friends and the total Saquish environment. In all the chapters there are stories about specific instances that took place. A couple were life-threatening, most are positive, some are humorous and a few are out-and-out funny. Good reading!

Forty Years At Aggieland

Autor: EDWIN H. COOPER
Publisher: Author House
ISBN: 1481740512
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He tells humorous stories about his life. They include the love of fishing in the San Marcos River, student life at A&M, serving his country as a tank platoon leader in the Second Armored Division in Germany. Description of seven jobs at Texas A&M on the staff, while making speeches, serving as special coordinator of events, plus many pranks pulled on friends. The last part is about his retirement at a lake in the east central Texas 45 minutes from his grandchildren and his beloved Texas A&M.

My Forty Years With Ford

Autor: Charles E. Sorensen
Publisher: Wayne State University Press
ISBN: 9780814332795
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An unflinching eyewitness account of the Ford story as told by one of Henry Ford's closest associates.

Mary And I Forty Years With The Sioux

Autor: Stephen Return Riggs
Publisher: Congregational S. S. and Publishing Society
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Mary and I : Forty Years with the Sioux Some narratives are valuable chiefly for their interest of style and manner, while the facts themselves are of minor account. Other narratives secure attention by the weight of their facts alone. The author of “Mary and I; Forty Years with the Sioux” has our thanks for giving us a story attractive alike from the present significance of its theme and from the frank and fresh simplicity of its method. It is a timely contribution. Thank God, the attention of the whole nation is at length beginning to be turned in good earnest to the chronic wrongs inflicted on the Indian race, and is, though slowly and with difficulty, comprehending the fact, long known to the friends of missions, that these tribes, when properly approached, are singularly accessible and responsive to all the influences of Christianity and its resultant civilization. Slowest of all to apprehend this truth, though with honorable exceptions, are our military men. The officer who uttered that frightful maxim, “No good Indian but a dead Indian,”—if indeed it ever fell from his lips,—needs all the support of a brilliant and gallant career in defence of his country to save him from a judgment as merciless as his maxim. Such principles, let us believe, have had their day. They and their defenders are assuredly to be swept away by the rising tide of a better sentiment slowly and steadily pervading the country. The wrongs of the African have been, in part, redressed, and now comes the turn of the Indian. He must be permitted to have a home in fee-simple, a recognized citizenship, and complete protection under a settled system of law. The gospel will then do for him its thorough work, and show once more that God has made all nations of one blood. He is yet to have them. It is but a question of time. And the Indian tribes are doubtless not to fade away, but to be rescued from extinction by the gospel of Christ working in them and for them. The reader who takes up this volume will not fail to read it through. He will easily believe that Anna Baird Riggs was “a model Christian woman,”—the mother who could bring up her boy in a log cabin where once the bear looked in at the door, or in the log school-house with its newspaper windows, “slab benches,” and drunken teacher, and could train him for his work of faith and perseverance in that dreary and forbidding missionary region, and in what men thought that forlorn hope. And he will learn—unless he knew it already—that a lad who in early life hammered on the anvil can strike a strong and steady stroke for God and man. The reader will also recognize in the “Mary” of this story, now gone to her rest, a worthy pupil of Mary Lyon and Miss Z. P. Grant. With her excellent education, culture, and character, how cheerfully she left her home in Massachusetts to enter almost alone on a field of labor which she knew perfectly to be most fraught with self-sacrifice, least attractive, not to say most repulsive, of them all. How hopefully she journeyed on thirteen days, from the shores of Lake Harriet, to plunge still farther into the wilderness of Lac-qui-parle. How happily she found a “home” for five years in the upper story of Dr. Williamson’s log house, in a room eighteen feet by ten, occupied in due time by three children also. How quietly she glided into all the details and solved all the difficulties of that primitive life, bore with the often revolting habits of the aborigines, taught their boys English, and persevered and persisted till she had taught their women “the gospel of soap.” How bravely she bore up in that terrible midnight flight from Hazelwood, and the long exhausting journey to St. Paul, through the pelting rains and wet swamp-grass, and with murderous savages upon the trail. But it was the chief test and glory of her character to have brought up a family of children, among all the surroundings of Indian life, as though amid the homes of civilization and refinement. All honor to such a woman, wife, and mother. Her children rise up and call her blessed. Forty-one years after her departure from the station at Lake Harriet, the present writer stood upon the pleasant shore where the tamarack mission houses had long disappeared, and felt that this was consecrated ground.