The Raisin Industry

The Raisin Industry

From seven to ten inches of rain are an average in Fresno ; south to Kern the rainfall decreases , five and a half inches ... The high average in summer time is one hundred and ten in the shade , and for three months of the year the ...

Author: Gustavus A. Eisen

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924073864773

Category: Raisins

Page: 223

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Borrowed Bride

Borrowed Bride

Combine all that flying rock with a daily temperature of one hundred ten in the shade, and you come as close to hell as I ever want to get.” “One hundred ten in the shade,” she echoed, shuddering. “That explains your great tan.

Author: Patricia Coughlin

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN: 9781459279469

Category: Fiction

Page: 256

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Bride on the run… THE UNINVITED GUEST He was goin' to the chapel, but getting married was the last thing on Connor DeWolfe's mind. He'd sworn to protect his best friend's widow—even if that meant riding up on his motorcycle and kidnapping bride-to-be Gaby Flanders right off the church steps. Somehow, he would convince her that she was marrying the wrong man…and that her life was in danger. THE KIDNAPPED BRIDE If her safety—and her young son's—was at stake, Gaby would trust Connor…for now. But she was more afraid of trusting herself. With danger just one step behind them, the biggest risk facing Gaby was surrendering her suddenly reckless, demanding heart to this lone wolf crusader….
Categories: Fiction

Til Death Undo Us

Til Death Undo Us

I also felt as hot as if I'd spent ten minutes baking in the one-hundredand-ten-plus outside temperature. One hundred ten in the shade, but low humidity. I'd come to prefer it to the moist heat of the mid-west.

Author: Morgan Q O'Reilly

Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corp.

ISBN: 9781616502928

Category: Fiction

Page: 131

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Open Window, #1 She never imagined love could happen twice—until her husband returned from the dead. Cassidy thinks she's getting on with her life just fine after her husband's fall to cancer. Life is quiet, which is just the way she likes it, half a continent away from her overbearing Irish family. Niall doesn't want to scare the fragile Irish rose, but her husband, supposedly two years in the grave, has been caught on security tapes at a secret government laboratory. Together, they unearth evidence of industrial espionage and identity theft. . .and frightening connections to the Irish Mob that will put more than just their own lives at risk. Sex, bullets, more sex, intimate body piercings and a few red roses. What more could a girl want? 99,000 Words
Categories: Fiction

Superior Court of the City and County of New York

Superior Court of the City and County of New York

Room Designated as Number One Hundred and Seventyfive . Two chairs , one stand , six pieces crockery , one table , one bedstead , one straw bed , one mattress , two pillows , one glass , ten yards carpet , one shade .

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ISBN: LLMC:NYAEG7C0KE00

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Laws of Missouri

Laws of Missouri

Sixth — For the support of Lincoln institute , at Jefferson City , eighteen thousand one hundred dollars ( $ 18,100 ) ; for library and ap . paratus , five hundred dollars ( $ 500 ) ; for repairs and furniture , one thousand and ten ...

Author: Missouri

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ISBN: UOM:39015073226386

Category: Law

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Vanity Bag

Vanity Bag

Author: Margaret Wheeler Ross

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ISBN: NYPL:33433044797862

Category: Poetry

Page: 172

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Categories: Poetry

SS Gorilla Master Race

SS Gorilla Master Race

Talk about a traitors stink what do you want folks I mean its one hundred ten degrees in the shade. There wasn't any shade or indoor plumbing. God it's hot in Delhi. “Please Mr. O'Banyan don't hit me!” “Gunda I don't want to hear any of ...

Author: Jerold N. Jolles

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9780595522781

Category: Fiction

Page: 192

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Reader, don't turn around. There's a SS Mutant Killer Gorilla standing behind you and reading my story. Keep very still, ok... What would happen if you transplanted the brains of German white-collar government workers into the bodies of gorillas? Read my story and find out.
Categories: Fiction

Broadway Sheet Music

Broadway Sheet Music

Author: Donald J. Stubblebine

Publisher: McFarland & Company Incorporated Pub

ISBN: UOM:39015037293795

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 449

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Stubblebine, also the author of Cinema Sheet Music (1991), provides a comprehensive listing of the published songs from every composer in all Broadway shows, 1918 through 1993. Each of the 2,562 entries include the show's title, year the show opened, a listing of all songs in the production with composers and lyricists, and the show's leading players. The sheet music cover is also described, along with a one-line synopsis of the show. A limited number of shows that closed before reaching Broadway are also included. Indexed by song and by composer/lyricist. c. Book News Inc.
Categories: Performing Arts

Spectacle de la Nature Or Nature Display d

Spectacle de la Nature  Or  Nature Display d

is by The Shade of the Tower does then likewise exceed the Height of the Tower by two Fathoms , and thence you are ... between a Gnomon one hundred Foot high and its Shade ; from the Difierence of these Proportions we are informd ...

Author: Noël Antoine Pluche

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ISBN: HARVARD:HWL4R4

Category: Natural history

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Categories: Natural history

Happenings of a Fellow from West Texas Who Married an Intriguing Lady from Lima Peru

Happenings of a Fellow from West Texas Who Married an Intriguing Lady from Lima  Peru

I'm talking about the A&W rootbeer stand on the west side of town—the one with the tin awning attached to the side of the stand for shade. The sun was bearing down at about one hundred ten degrees. We ordered rootbeer floats and sat on ...

Author: Bill Heard, Ph.D.

Publisher: Dorrance Publishing

ISBN: 9781480923881

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 180

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Happenings of a Fellow from West Texas Who Married an Intriguing Lady from Lima, Peru By Bill Heard, Ph.D. This colorful memoir follows Bill Heard, Ph.D. through various early and mid-life experiences throughout the American Southwest that have shaped him into the man he’s become. It sheds light on his struggle to grow up and finally cross cultural boundaries and enter into the intellectual community. Many of the early happenings occurred during the Great Depression and the dust storms of the Midwest in the 1930s. It was said that, on any day, one-fourth of the American people were on the road looking for work. To that extent, this memoir is historical, as seen through the eyes of a child. Dr. Heard’s storytelling is easy to get caught up in: at times humorous and other times sad, sometimes inspirational, and always interesting. He bares even the most awkward and teaching moments. His story is full of action, with a variety of life experiences with unexpected twists and turns. Dr. Heard aims to present one person’s struggle to grow up and manage his life in the context of such questions as who am I, and how do I become that person? Socrates has said, “The unexamined life is not worth living.” Dr. Heard hopes that others reading the book will find a companion in their own unique struggle to lead an examined life.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography