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Clean Slate by Martha Stewart Living
Collects healthy recipes using whole, unprocessed foods as part of a primarily plant-based diet, including juices and smoothies, snacks, protein-packed main dishes, and desserts, with menus for a 3-day cleanse and a 21-day whole-body detox.
Clean Slate by Daisy Zamora
To be a woman in revolutionary Nicaragua meant to take an active role in reshaping a country. Daisy Zamora came out of that experience as a poet who found her own voice in the context of extraordinary popular struggle. Her Clean Slate: New & Selected Poems is a collection that embodies a spirit of personal and political liberation. These 110 poems include works written between the years 1968 and 1993.
Clean Slate by McKie Campbell
Clean Slate by Alyssa LaStella
Clean Slate by Preeti Rajput
There is a repercussion to every choice we make. Sometimes Immediate. Sometimes Gradual. "Clean Slate" offers you a collection of fiery stories, woven with characters in the vortex of their ordeals. Will they come out triumphant? ... A young kid appears in Rosie's dream recurrently every night. One day the kid confronted her in real life and disclosed the reason for coming in her dreams... Months of leaving school and several applications, Hari has not been able to secure a job. The constant nagging of his father is becoming unbearable, and he has become helpless on what to do until he receives an email... Anand, who is simply a college professor, gets insulted by one of his students who decide to take revenge on him for speaking the truth... After falling from a 9ft building, 8-year-old Urvi survives with only but a minor injury on her forehead. Everyone thinks it's a miracle, but when the wound is nursed, a mark is revealed. A mark that might change Urvi's destiny and that of her parents. Neighbours and eyewitnesses are bewildered. What could this mean?... Seven years ago, Vedant was faced with the dilemma of choosing love over his preferred career path. Did his decision lead him to a happy after ending?... Come aboard on their interesting journey!!
Clean Slate by Marcia Lieberman
Dogen was a prolific writer and poet. In the 13th Century he would have strolled among a variety of gardens in Japan. Throughout his work there are references to nature that stun the listener. These references made Marcia wonder. Wonder what he saw as a boy. Wonder what colors and fragrances he enjoyed as a young man. Wonder what branches and trees he sat under as an old monk. As with all artists, the experience of daily life makes its appearance in the work that is created. Clean Slate combines Dogen's poetry with images of plants he might have seen during his lifetime while living in Japan. With the support of Kyoto University and the San Francisco Botanical Garden Library Marcia was able to complete research that led to a list of plants that are recorded to have existed in Japan during the 13th century. She made it her intention to find and photograph these specimens. The gathering of these images is not to make a scientific analysis, rather to consider and imagine what beauty provoked his writing. Japanese literature is well populated with descriptions of beauty and imperfection. Marcia's pictures isolate and render the plant so that it no longer is a member of a garden, but rather an example, a cue, an object that invites the viewer. Alone in the garden. Throughout the history of literature there are inquiries as to where an author lived; what studio setting a painter worked in; what musical melodies influenced a composer's later work. Clean Slate brings the rhyme of Dogen together with the glance of things both he and Lieberman might have seen.
Clean Slate by Andrea Bramhall
After a vicious attack, Morgan Masters wakes up to find that nothing is how she remembers it. John Major isn't the prime minister anymore, the Millennium has been and gone, and it's been a very long time since she was in college.When Erin's worst fears become reality and her world crumbles around her, she has to pick up the pieces and start all over again. Can losing everything actually be the best thing that ever happened to Morgan? Can Erin learn to forgive the sins of the past and let her heart lead her head for a change? Or is happiness beyond their reach?
Clean Slate by Piper Rayne
Moving two thousand miles away wasn't my plan, but when family needs you, you come.Before I can head back to my hometown of Chicago though, I have two men to say good-bye to in Los Angeles. Neither one of them will be happy to hear the news. One is losing his assistant and the other his seven-year-old daughter. Neither will be an easy sell on my part, but I have no choice, and I'm not exactly thrilled with starting over with a Clean Slate.This is a PREQUEL to our Charity Case Series. Readers who enjoyed Chore Play (Dirty Truth #3) will want to see how Victoria went from living in Los Angeles to Chicago. If you haven't read Chore Play, feel free to skip right to enjoying Manic Monday (Charity Case #1). You do NOT need to read Clean Slate to fully understand/enjoy Manic Monday. This is bonus content for our readership.