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Say It Again by Highlights For Children
Collects hundreds of word puzzles featuring jokes, riddles, and cartoons from "Highlights."
Oooooh Say It Again by Alan Roger Currie
Oooooh ... Say it Again: Mastering the Fine Art of Verbal Seduction and Aural Sex can be described as 60% self-help and social commentary for men regarding their pursuit of short-term and/or non-monogamous (i.e., "casual") sexual companionship, and 40% detailed examples of erotically explicit dialogue that author Alan Roger Currie used in his real-life verbal seduction experiences with women. Readers will enjoy Currie's no-holds-barred writing style and entertaining, enlightening, and honest advice and wisdom.
Say It Again Sam by Grenville JR Kent JR
This book offers a synchronic exegesis of Saul's night visit to the witch of En-Dor (1 Sam 28:3-25), focussing on the web of repetitions of visual elements, of symbols, of sounds, of entire scenes, and of keywords. Kent shows how an artistry of repetition and non-repetition helps to build characterization, plot, and structure, as well as prophetic fulfilments, foreshadowing, and inter-textual warnings. In his argument Kent draws on theory from the study of narrative film and other areas of criticism to devise new tools for the practice of biblical exegesis. With new techniques, new questions arise that promise to keep the Hebrew Bible at the centre of contemporary theological study.
Say It Again Sam by Mary McBride
The strangest things are happening in Heart Lake, and Sheriff Sam Mendenhall is trying to keep the peace. The trouble really begins when his former sweetheart Beth Simon returns. Their undeniable attraction leads them to the little cabin in the woods where they fell in love years ago. Original.
Say It Again 1 500 Times by Margaret Swensen
Margaret Swensen loved to be outdoors, but she was not a hiker or an angler; she was first a mother and a quilter, but at 55 years old she did all the research, even hiked many of the trails, and wrote the Hiker's Guide to Alaska; and did all the research and wrote most of the Angler's Guide to Alaska. She compiled and published the poems of her grandfather, Willis Eugene Robison, in the book As Life Passes. Margaret loved words and she loved writing. Say It Again, 1,500 Times is the compilation of the expressions that governed her life. It’s the stuff she used to train her children, teach classes, and incorporated in life’s tales she enjoyed tellin--and others enjoyed hearing. Say It Again, 1,500 Times is truly Margaret's favorite thought and words of wisdom.
Say It Again In A Nice Voice by Meg Mason
“Mothers. Those women with purses the size of meat trays that hold an entire deck of school portrait photos and a chequebook, make a casserole without a recipe, make the tightest bed you'll ever sleep in and only swear under extreme duress. How, how, would I go from me to that?” At twenty-four, Meg Mason was newly married to a man “essentially indistinguishable from a young Matt Damon” after landing her dream job writing for The Times in London. Nothing, she told herself, could possibly go wrong. A holiday shortage of birth control and eight months later, she was heavily pregnant and sobbing on the side of a road over trading her career for something she knew zip about. But she soldiered on. One fine Sunday, she invented motherhood by Having a Baby. On Monday, she discovered that a bunch of women had already done that, but still they couldn't tell her how to do it. Thanks to a helpful neighbour, she learned that convincing a newborn to take a bottle by letting it lick a Dorito first to “get more thirsty” didn't always work, but not what to do when your child won't sleep for roughly two years, why making friends at the park is more difficult than meeting deadlines, or how to remove your hand from a stroller—after you've Super-Glued it to the handle. Hair-raising and hilarious, Say It Again in a Nice Voice is the story of Meg’s journey from parenting novice to . . . well . . . Meg With Kids. Along the way she discovers that being a mother, however disaster-prone, might just be the only thing that she is truly irreplaceable at.
See It Again Say It Again by Janneke Wesseling
This publication "sheds light on the phenomenon of research in the visual arts. In 'artistic research,' practical acts (the making) and theoretical reflection (the thinking) go hand in hand, in a manner similar to creating and thinking being inextricably linked with artistic practice. -- This volume has been written from the perspective of art as practice. The majority of the authors are artists, while several artists provided visual contributions that elucidate the phenomenon of research in art. There are also contributions form theoreticians, who analyse how artistic research works (and how it is productive)"--P. of cover.
Say It Again Say Something Else by Ayelet Tsabari
Newly arrived in Israel from Canada, Lily finds herself falling for her friend, experiencing her first real heartbreak. Confident, original and humane, the stories in The Best Place on Earth are peopled with characters at the crossroads of nationalities, religions and communities: expatriates, travellers, immigrants and locals. In illustrating the lives of those whose identities swing from fiercely patriotic to powerfully global, The Best Place on Earth explores Israeli history as it illuminates the tenuous connections—forged, frayed and occasionally destroyed—between cultures, between generations and across the gulf of transformation and loss. HarperCollins brings great works of literature to life in digital format, upholding the highest standards in ebook production and celebrating reading in all its forms. Look for more titles in the HarperCollins short stories collection to build your digital library.
Say It Again by Catherine Bybee
In the final First Wives novel by New York Times bestselling author Catherine Bybee, falling in love could become the most dangerous dare of one woman's life. Protector-for-hire Sasha Budanov is accustomed to life as a loner. Always on the move, she's now reached a crossroad. Looking for answers about her shadowy youth, she's returned to the strict boarding school in Germany where she was raised. It's also where she was trained in the stealthy, militarized art of survival. But behind its gleaming gates, Richter is a fortress of secrets, including those buried in Sasha's mysterious past. To uncover them, she's clinging to her first rule of defense: stay guarded. If anyone can challenge Sasha's rules, it's devilishly sexy stranger AJ Hofmann. He wants answers, too. And he needs Sasha's help. The recent deaths of several of Richter's former students--including AJ's own sister--have aroused his suspicions. He's arousing something more in Sasha. Never one to surrender to her emotions, she senses something tempting in AJ. She trusts him. He's fearless. And he kisses like a demon. Sasha's found her match. But treading Richter's dark halls--and following their hearts--has its risks. As the decades-old secrets of the past are mined, Sasha and AJ are falling deeper in love...and into danger.
You Can Say That Again by Bruce Rogers
You Can Say That Again is Bruce Rogers’ light-hearted look at the the English language. It examines the origins, history, and peculiarities of the language, and provides instruction on how to speak effectively. It sets the record straight on how to pronounce some of the most troublesome words and names. It examines the standards of the electronic media and finds them wanting. And it offers tips on preparation and presentation for platform speakers and broadcasters. You Can Say That Again has a language quiz in every chapter, along with lists of origins, political and business terms, sports and science bloopers, puns, limericks, and euphemisms. There’s a pronunciation guide for major languages. And there is help for those who want to join the battle against jargon, slang, and cliches. Vocal confidence is essential for personal success. You Can Say That Again can help you sound better when you open your mouth to speak.