Holding Back the Tide

Holding Back the Tide

Richard Kahn reported that an aide to Congressman Michael Forbes had turned up at a meeting between NMFS and the Army Corps of Engineers to argue in favor of the dock, back when the two agencies were in discussions about required ...

Author: Joan Powers Porco

Publisher: UNET 2 Corporation

ISBN: 9781932916058

Category: Nature

Page: 211

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Concerned Citizens of Montauk was formed in 1970 as an organized response to block plans by developers to build 1,400 houses near Big Reed Pond. As a direct result, Theodore Roosevelt County Park was created. Building on successes such as this first one, CCM evolved to become one of the most effective citizens' groups on the East End over the next 35 years, working to preserve the unique and fragile environment and ecology of Montauk. Today it boasts a membership of over 800 residents. In celebration of the 35th anniversary of the organization, this book tells the story of Concerned Citizens of Montauk, its evolution, history, and struggles to preserve the natural beauty of the town on the very east end of the East End.
Categories: Nature

No Holding Back

No Holding Back

A glance at the map revealed that so long as he held Caen in spite of his weakening position on the American front he was still able to swing back northeastwards and later, if need be, commence a gradual withdrawal to the North [sic] ...

Author: Brian A. Reid

Publisher: Stackpole Books

ISBN: 9781461751397

Category: History

Page: 528

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Landmark study of the Canadians' first major operation in Normandy New revelations on the death of German panzer ace Michael Wittmann Handsomely illustrated with maps, photos, and diagrams On August 8, 1944, the Canadian Army launched Operation Totalize, a massive armored and mechanized infantry attack that aimed to break through enemy defenses south of Caen and trap the German Army in Normandy by linking up with Patton's Third Army.
Categories: History

Holding Back the Day

Holding Back the Day

The storm that held back for so long finally arrived, calling up wind and rain and blazing streaks of lightning across the sky. She couldn't hold on for much longer. She knew that. So she wrapped the rope around her wrist.

Author: Jamie Wasserman

Publisher: Jamie Wasserman

ISBN: 9781935563815


Page: 270

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Claire Vincent is a misunderstood and confused girl who has no friends her own age. The kids at school think she's weird, and she'd rather be left alone than have to deal with their rude stares and hurtful comments. Her only friend is her bold and adventurous grandmother Millie, who's traveled the world and done everything from going on safaris to flying planes. Claire wants to be just like her, but that's much harder for her than anyone realizes. She's not courageous enough to even try - and so she remains a loner, burying her nose in books and escaping into the imaginative magical worlds she reads about. But when a new kid, Matt, moves next door, she finds herself slowly drawn into the world of the living, despite her misgivings. Matt would do anything to please her, and she finds herself depending on him for everything - friends, social life, and recognition. But it's a dependence she eventually grows to despise because it just makes her own weakness that much more apparent. She yearns for more - real magic in her life, to sweep her away from the land of the boring. When Claire's father decides to throw her grandmother a surprise seventy-fifth birthday party despite her grandmother's vehement aversion to celebrating birthdays, Claire finds out that a magical life might not be as desirable as she naively believed. An unexpected guest at her grandmother's party - Jack, a handsome boy new to town - seems to know Gran very well. Claire soon discovers her grandmother has been keeping a very big secret - and that secret might just be the perennially mysterious Jack.

No More Holding Back Study Guide

No More Holding Back Study Guide

Some of the messages we hear in church hold women back from loving God with our all. Group Discussion (25 minutes) If your group is larger than 14 / No More Holding Back Study Guide.

Author: Kat Armstrong

Publisher: HarperChristian Resources

ISBN: 9780310098966

Category: Religion

Page: 128

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“Don’t be afraid. Just give me your everything.” When Jesus told us to love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul, mind, strength (Mark 12:30), did he mean it one way for men and another way for women? Through heartfelt biblical teaching, Kat Armstrong challenges the way our church culture has limited the terms of Jesus’ command to the perceived strengths of each gender. She dares to ask and explore what faith and life in general would look like if we broke through the barriers holding us back and lived giving Jesus our ALL. In this six-session video Bible study, Kat offers a fresh perspective of encouragement that aligns with Scripture from beginning to end: “Don’t be afraid. Give me your everything.” She urges women to wholeheartedly love the lord beyond our heart and soul, as well as with our mind and strength. If you have ever felt challenged or insecure following your dreams, or in your career, or in your personal pursuit of God, this is your study. Dare to answer his invitation to show up daily, holding nothing back. Designed specifically for busy women with limited time, the No More Holding Back Study Guide includes Scripture reading, video notes, and group discussion questions with simple, short-but-focused personal study and Bible exploration materials for in-between sessions. Sessions include: Why Are You Even Here? Stay in Your Place All Your Heart All Your Soul All Your Mind All Your Strength Designed for use with No More Holding Back Video Study (9780310098980), sold separately. Streaming video also available.
Categories: Religion

Holding On and Holding Out

Holding On and Holding Out

Mothers are screaming in despair, and no-one can hold back tears. (138) Holding back the parents, holding back their own tears, their 'action' has come to this: 'I am ashamed of our powerlessness' (139) Yet he 'hope[s] against hope'and ...

Author: Anne Freadman

Publisher: University of Toronto Press

ISBN: 9781487525194

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 280

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Studying the diary as a genre, this book examines Jewish diary entries written in Occupied France.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Tyronis thesaurus or Entick s new Latin English dictionary

Tyronis thesaurus  or  Entick s new Latin English dictionary

Rětinentia , æ . f . 1 a holding toge- back , to decline . to repeal . Rětentio , õnis.f.3.retention , a with , ther , a retaining in memory . Retractor , āri . pass . to be revised . holding , or keeping back .

Author: John Entick


ISBN: NYPL:33433075918619

Category: English language

Page: 586

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Categories: English language

Holding Forth the Word of Life

Holding Forth the Word of Life

Background Usages In LXX uses, ἐπέχω can mean holding or holding onto. Examples of this are “wait, stay” in a geographical setting (Gen 8:10, 12; 2 Macc 9:25); “to stop” (Job 18:2); to wait, refrain, or hold back from a military ...

Author: John de Jong

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781725258761

Category: Religion

Page: 364

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Holding Forth the Word of Life is a collection of essays offered to honor Tim Meadowcroft on his retirement from Laidlaw College. An international authority on Daniel, over the last twenty-five years Tim has established himself as one of New Zealand’s leading biblical scholars. While specializing in Old Testament, Tim has taught and published in New Testament as well as hermeneutics and theological interpretation of Scripture. Beyond academic work he has also remained committed to the church and its voice in wider society. This collection of essays, written by leading scholars from New Zealand and beyond, covers all of these areas—Old Testament, New Testament, intertestamental texts, hermeneutics, theological interpretation of Scripture, reception history, and theological reflection on pressing issues facing society.
Categories: Religion

Holding onto Nothing

Holding onto Nothing

“That's all you can do in this dump anyway,” Ned barked back provokingly. “Quit yer belly achin,” a singular ... The cold bars pressed against my chest, holding back the anxiety, the desire to reach and hold onto one secure moment.

Author: Gordon Bishop

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781463406523

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 189

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HOLDING ONTO NOTHING is Gordon Bishop's first book, begun when he was 19 at the Iroquois Hotel in Manhattan and completed when he was 20 and working as a copywriter for a catalog house in Passaic, New Jersey. In 1959, Mr. Bishop walked into THE HERALD-NEWS, Passaic, and got a job as a reporter. Soon after, he was writing his own general-interest column and winning awards: The New Jersey Press Association's Award for "Best Column" in 1965 and the NJPA's Award for "Best Reporting Against Deadlilne" in 1966. A graduate of Rutgers University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English, Mr. Bishop, as a student, became a good friend of his teacher, Paterson Poet Louis Ginsberg, father of the famous avant-garde poet Allen Ginsberg. As a result of their decade-long friendship, Mr. Bishop wrote two books on the Ginsbergs, the first a collection of essays (with pictures) entitled THE FIVE WORLDS OF ALLEN GINSBERG, and a biography, THE GINSBERGS: A FAMILY OF POETS, both of which are scheduled for publication later this year. Mr. Bishop also co-authored a three-act play, THE PURPLE CANARY, dealing with corruption in public school systems and which was presented at the off-Broadway Midway Theater in Manhattan in 1963.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Derrida on Exile and the Nation

Derrida on Exile and the Nation

Not just a matter of lateness, one is to think of delay or belatedness in the sense of a holding back (Verhaltenheit).14 The land or place is belated, tardy, held back. The country (le pays) in which the young deceased declines is that ...

Author: Herman Rapaport

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781350169807

Category: Philosophy

Page: 248

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Providing crucial scholarship on Derrida's first series of lectures from the Nationality and Philosophical Nationalism cycle, Herman Rapaport brings all 13 parts of the Fantom of the Other series (1984-85) to our critical attention. The series, Rapaport argues, was seminal in laying the foundations for the courses given, and ideas explored, by Derrida over the next twenty years. It is in this vein that the full explication of Derrida's lectures is done, breathing life into the foundational lecture series which has not yet been published in its entirety in English. Derrida's examination of a master signifier of the social relation, Geschlecht, acts as the critical entry point of the series into wide-ranging meditations on the social construction and deconstruction of all possible relations denoted by the core concept, including race, gender, sex, and family. The lecture series' vast engagement with a range of major thinkers, including philosophers and poets alike – Arendt, Adorno, Heidegger, Wittgenstein, Trakl, and Adonis – tackles core themes and debates about philosophical nationalism. Presenting Derrida's lectures on the implications of key 20th century philosopher's understandings of nationalism as they relate to concerns over idiomatic language, notions of race, exile, return, and social relations, adds richly to the literature on Derrida and reveals the potential for further application of his work to current polarising debates between universalism and tribalism.
Categories: Philosophy

Holding Out

Holding Out

s soon as Becca stepped into her sister's kitchen, the tears she'd been holding back clogged up her throat and threatened to fall, and she knew she'd been dumb to think she'd be able to pretend nothing was wrong. “What's wrong?

Author: Serena Bell

Publisher: Jelsba Media Group

ISBN: 9781732894839

Category: Fiction

Page: 267

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She wants him to be her first. He’s willing to help her out. Only now he can’t stop wanting more. The answer has to be no, of course. No way Griff Ambrose is going to help Becca Drake lose her virginity. Sure, she’s beautiful and hot as hell, but she’s his friend’s little sister. And Griff won’t ever risk being hurt again the way he was the day he came home from war to find his house empty and his wife gone. But he can’t get Becca’s request—or pretty much anything else about her—out of his head. Becca has turned her life around, and she’s proud of how much butt she’s kicking. There’s just one more demon she has to exorcise: her virginity. Griff is the perfect candidate to do the deed: He’s her friend, he knows how to get her going with a glance, and neither of them wants anything serious. Until Becca takes a job at the veterans’ retreat where Griff works. Now she and Griff can’t stay out of each other’s way. Worst of all, it’s getting harder and harder for Becca and Griff to lie to themselves about what they really want... “I loved this book. A friends-to-friends-with-benefits-to-lovers romance that is fun, sweet and heartfelt with fantastic characters and a sexy and emotional love story, I was completely hooked!” —Escapist Book Blog “Wow. This was such a great book! I loved that both Griff & Becca had to work on themselves before they could find their HEA. I also loved that they both saw the best in each other, and had more faith in the other person than themselves. I didn’t want to put the book down!!” —Messy Bun Book Blog “A wonderfully emotional and captivating romance, Holding Out by Serena Bell is truly a lovely read. It’s well-written, absolutely charming, incredibly touching, and so beautiful in many ways.” —Sincerely Karen Jo “This was a great story. I loved the banter. These characters so obviously should be together. The pace was good, the heat was such a good build, and goes great with the series.” —Kitty’s Book Spot “5 Steamy Stars! <3 If you are looking for a great book full of romance and good background stories then I would highly recommend reading this book and any other by the author!” —Jackie’s Book World “I absolutely loved Holding Out! Griff and Becca’s story was just wonderful. It was sexy, funny, and fun.” —Becky on Books and Quilts
Categories: Fiction