The Sisters of Reckoning

The Sisters of Reckoning

The Sisters of Reckoning is the blockbuster sequel to Charlotte Nicole Davis's alternate Old West-set fantasy adventure.

Author: Charlotte Nicole Davis

Publisher: Tor Teen

ISBN: 9781250299734

Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 355

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The Sisters of Reckoning is the blockbuster sequel to Charlotte Nicole Davis's alternate Old West-set fantasy adventure. The Good Luck Girls are free. Aster's sister and friends have new lives across the border in Ferron, while Aster remains in Arketta, helping more girls escape. But news of a new welcome house opening fills Aster with a need to do more than just help individual girls. And an unexpected reunion gives her an idea of how to do it. From there, grows a wildly ambitious plan to free all dustbloods, who live as prisoners to Arketta's landmasters and debt slavery. When Clementine and the others return from Ferron, they become the heart of a vibrant group of fearless fighters, working to unite the various underclasses and convince them to join in the fight. Along the way, friendships will be forged, lives will be lost, and love will take root even in the harshest of circumstances, between the most unexpected of lovers. But will Arketta's dustbloods finally come into power and freedom, or will the resistance just open them up to a new sort of danger? At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Categories: Young Adult Fiction

Families in the U S

Families in the U S

Underneath this casual , almost sloppy reckoning of kinship , there are certain fixed ideas about family and relatedness . ... who their friends , neighbors , or colleagues will be in twenty years , but a sister is always a sister .

Author: Karen V. Hansen

Publisher: Temple University Press

ISBN: 1566395909

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 930

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Attempts to do justice to the complexity of contemporary families and to situate them in their economic, political, and cultural contexts. This book explores the ways in which family life is gendered and reflects on the work of maintaining family and kin relationships, especially as social and family power structures change over time.
Categories: Family & Relationships

Sister of Grendel A Novel

Sister of Grendel  A Novel

Yes, that would t well this story and my long age of reckoning. I battled the dragon, and now I have come to battle you, the creature who conjured it.” “Dragon? I conjured no such creature.” “I believe you lie. e dragon descended upon ...

Author: Susan Thurston

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781882699056

Category: Fiction

Page: 182

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Novel of Rehsotis, the fictional sister of Grendel from the Beowulf myth.
Categories: Fiction

The Railroad Trainman

The Railroad Trainman

With best wishes for the B. of R T. , and especially lodge 483 , I remain E. THE DAY OF RECKONING . Do you ever stop to think As you journey on life's way , Am I in the right direction As I travel day by day ? Am I in the narrow pathway ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015075042609

Category: Labor unions

Page: 1018

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Categories: Labor unions

The Evolution of Culture

The Evolution of Culture

Now a person need no longer depend upon genealogical reckoning alone. He need not know whether his mother's mother's mother was the uterine or collateral sister of my mother's mother's father or not; if both belonged to the same clan ...

Author: Leslie A White

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781315418568

Category: Social Science

Page: 401

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One of the major works of twentieth-century anthropological theory, written by one of the discipline’s most important, complex, and controversial figures, has not been in print for several years. Now Evolution of Culture is again available in paperback, allowing today’s generation of anthropologists new access to Leslie White’s crucial contribution to the theory of cultural evolution. A new, substantial introduction by Robert Carneiro and Burton J. Brown assess White’s historical importance and continuing influence in the discipline. White is credited with reintroducing evolution in a way that had a profound impact on our understanding of the relationship between technology, ecology, and culture in the development of civilizations. A materialist, he was particularly concerned with societies’ ability to harness energy as an indicator of progress, and his empirical analysis of this equation covers a vast historical span. Fearlessly tackling the most fundamental questions of culture and society during the cold war, White was frequently a lightning rod both inside and outside the academy. His book will provoke equally potent debates today, and is a key component of any course or reading list in anthropological or archaeological theory and cultural ecology.
Categories: Social Science

Forbidden Relatives

Forbidden Relatives

A parent and child are related in the first degree according to this method of reckoning . A brother and sister are related in the second degree . Counting up from the brother to the parent is one degree and counting up from the sister ...

Author: Martin Ottenheimer

Publisher: University of Illinois Press

ISBN: 0252065409

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 194

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CONTENIDO: Laws prohibiting the marriage of relatives -- The reasons for U.S. laws against first cousin marriage -- European laws prohibiting the marriage of relatives -- European views of cousin marriage -- The evolutionary factor -- Biogenetics and first cousin marriage -- Culture and cousin marriage.
Categories: Family & Relationships

Predatory Nuns

Predatory Nuns

Reckoning. She is sick and twisted, a fraud and a degenerate who, just like the Church, is not being held responsible for what she has done.1 —Linda Curran, victim of Eileen Rhoads, the former Sister Francis Therese, I.H.M. In February ...

Author: Brian Titley

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 9781476689579

Category: Religion

Page: 173

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Since the first scandals broke in the mid-1980s, the sexual misconducts of priests have cost the Catholic Church in America more than $4 billion in compensation settlements and incalculable damage to its reputation. Although their crimes have attracted far less attention, predatory nuns have also caused harm. The depredations of these nuns took place in convent novitiates, orphanages, boarding schools for Native Americans, and in Catholic schools, both elementary and secondary. Their victims, male and female, ranged in age from six-year-olds to young adults. This book focuses on the criminal behavior of North American nuns and the responses from church leadership. Mothers superior were outspoken in their refusal to accept responsibility for the crimes committed under their watch, and their inclination was to close ranks and protect the predators, endangering many children and young people in the process. The complainants, on the other hand, were considered nuisances to be pushed aside with the least amount of exposure and expense possible. Straightforward and informative, this text begins by exploring the nuns' vow of chastity and its relationship with human sexuality, followed by dozens of case studies detailing the sexual abuse that nuns committed in various settings.
Categories: Religion

Two Sisters in the Spirit

Two Sisters in the Spirit

65 Not penance, but the reckoning of it, is demolished with her. Not the deed, but the aspiring for merit. By eliminating all human reckoning, Thérèse makes room for grace. In the religion of the Old Law, one deed was set against ...

Author: Hans Urs von Balthasar

Publisher: Ignatius Press

ISBN: 9781681496092

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 499

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Balthasar's unique volume on Thérèse of Lisieux and Elizabeth of the Trinity presents a theological biography of each of these holy Carmelite sisters which gives profound insights into their spirituality, showing that their differences actually complement one another. Balthasar probes the depths of the contemplative mission of each of these young Carmelites who both died in their twenties, and gave powerful witness to the critical importance of contemplation as a means to holiness. Each woman is clearly shown as a daughter of her Carmelite heritage with her own emphasis: Thérèse's discovery of the "little way of love" and Elizabeth's focus on the indwelling of God in the soul.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Catholic World

Catholic World

The industrial school of the Sisters of Charity is a public bene- fit , and the city and the State would save money were all their hospitals and asylums placed under the charge of these good sisters , or of the kin- dred congregation of ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105007836161

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Page: 880

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