Unbound by Neal Lozano

Genre : Religion
Editor : Chosen Books
Release : 2010-08-01
ISBN-13 : 9780800794125
Hardcover : 256 Pages

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A balanced, practical, thorough, and easy-to-follow guide to deliverance and freedom. From a well-respected pastor whose message is accepted by all denominations of the church.

Unbound by Heather Boushey

Genre : Business & Economics
Editor :
Release : 2019
ISBN-13 : 9780674919310
Hardcover : 272 Pages

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Many fear that efforts to address inequality will undermine the economy as a whole. But the opposite is true: rising inequality has become a drag on growth and an impediment to market competition. Heather Boushey breaks down the problem and argues that we can preserve our nation's economic traditions while promoting shared economic growth.

Pavements Unbound by Andrew Dawson

Genre : Technology & Engineering
Editor : CRC Press
Release : 2014-09-01
ISBN-13 : 143983380X
Hardcover : 369 Pages

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Nearly all highway, airport, dock and industrial pavements contain large quantities of untreated aggregate in the form of unbound pavement layers. In many pavements, which are lightly or moderately trafficked, crushed rock or gravel derived aggregates comprise the majority of the construction or, in the case of unsealed pavements, all of the structure. This book provides studies of the performance and description of this material that will help the reader to better understand its characteristics and behaviour both alone and as part of the pavement structure it forms. This work will be useful to practitioners, policy makers, researchers and students. It forms a sequel to the earlier book "Unbound Aggregates in Road Construction" also published by Balkema

Brecht Unbound by International Bertolt Brecht Symposium (1992 University of Delaware)

Genre : Literary Criticism
Editor : University of Delaware Press
Release : 1995
ISBN-13 : 0874135370
Hardcover : 316 Pages

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"Except for the annual Brecht Yearbook, Brecht Unbound represents the first broad critical study of Brecht's works to appear in the United States since before the fall of the Berlin Wall. Intended to move beyond the ideological considerations that have informed so much secondary literature about Brecht, the book is a cross-disciplinary reassessment of important aspects of his work. Included are essays on his poetry, drama, theoretical writings, Brecht's influence on American film techniques and music, his relationship to and borrowings from Japanese No theater, and a comparison between aesthetic techniques in his writings and Stravinsky's "The Little Soldier.""--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Unbound by Dorien Israel

Genre : Religion
Editor : Trafford Publishing
Release : 2005-12
ISBN-13 : 9781412061308
Hardcover : 205 Pages

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Unbound is an exhilarating journey. It is real. It is essential reading for self-development. After reading Unbound you will never want to be the same again.

The Unbound Prometheus by David S. Landes

Genre : Business & Economics
Editor : Cambridge University Press
Release : 2003-06-26
ISBN-13 : 052153402X
Hardcover : 576 Pages

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Second edition of David Landes's classic history of industrial revolution and economic development in Europe.

Ritual Unbound by Thomas Cousineau

Genre : Literary Criticism
Editor : University of Delaware Press
Release : 2004
ISBN-13 : 0874138515
Hardcover : 187 Pages

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This study explores the vestiges of primitive sacrificial rituals that emerge in a group of canonical modernist novels, including The Turn of the Screw, Heart of Darkness, The Good Soldier, The Great Gatsby, and To the Lighthouse. It argues that these novels reenact a process that achieved its seminal expression in the Genesis story of The Binding of Isaac, in which Abraham, having been prevented from sacrificing Isaac, offers up a ram in his place. Modernist reenactments of this pattern present narrators who, although vigorously protesting the victimization of certain characters, unfailingly seize upon others as their surrogates. Each novel is designed in such a way, however, as to resist the reconstruction of a sacrificial ritual to which its narrator is prone. The resulting tension between the binding and unbinding of ritual persecution dramatizes the paradox that we can neither believe convincingly in the guilt of our scapegoats nor imagine a society that has dispensed with them entirely. Thomas Cousineau is Professor of English at Washington College in Maryland.

Unbound Feet by Judy Yung

Genre : History
Editor : Univ of California Press
Release : 1995-11-15
ISBN-13 : 0520915356
Hardcover : 395 Pages

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The crippling custom of footbinding is the thematic touchstone for Judy Yung's engrossing study of Chinese American women during the first half of the twentieth century. Using this symbol of subjugation to examine social change in the lives of these women, she shows the stages of "unbinding" that occurred in the decades between the turn of the century and the end of World War II. The setting for this captivating history is San Francisco, which had the largest Chinese population in the United States. Yung, a second-generation Chinese American born and raised in San Francisco, uses an impressive range of sources to tell her story. Oral history interviews, previously unknown autobiographies, both English- and Chinese-language newspapers, government census records, and exceptional photographs from public archives and private collections combine to make this a richly human document as well as an illuminating treatise on race, gender, and class dynamics. While presenting larger social trends Yung highlights the many individual experiences of Chinese American women, and her skill as an oral history interviewer gives this work an immediacy that is poignant and effective. Her analysis of intraethnic class rifts—a major gap in ethnic history—sheds important light on the difficulties that Chinese American women faced in their own communities. Yung provides a more accurate view of their lives than has existed before, revealing the many ways that these women—rather than being passive victims of oppression—were active agents in the making of their own history.

Unbound by Kim Harrison

Genre : Fiction
Editor : Harper Collins
Release : 2009-08-25
ISBN-13 : 9780061904172
Hardcover : 368 Pages

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Not all hunters are bound by human laws . . . Revisiting the paranormal realms they've made famous in their wildly popular fiction, New York Times bestselling authors Kim Harrison, Jeaniene Frost, Vicki Pettersson, and Jocelynn Drake—plus New York Times bestselling YA author Melissa Marr with her first adult supernatural thriller—unleash their full arsenal of dark talents, plunging us into the shadows where the supernatural stalk the unsuspecting . . . and every soul is a target. Get ready for the ride of your life—because the wildest magic has just been unleashed . . . and evil is about to have its day.

Genre :
Editor :
Release : 1880
ISBN-13 : UOM:39015038701663
Hardcover : Pages

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