Heaven s Gates Await

Heaven s Gates Await

We ride Life's Money Ride With... NIKE style ! NIKE style baby ! We like to make those Money piles and piles With style ! As we ride... Life's miles and miles ! Finding and making All kinds of ways To give that money a taste And invest ...

Author: Bo Gleave

Publisher: Dorrance Publishing

ISBN: 9781649133892

Category: Music

Page: 138

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Heaven’s Gates Await By: Bo Gleave Heaven’s Gates Await is an eclectic collection of songs to help people in all kinds of ways. Read this enjoyable collection that delves into the topics of money, family, cars, and hard work.
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Truth

Truth

This is the way when we do come out , That we give the people a chance to shout ; And this is the way that we ride about , All on a fine fair morning , Omnes . - Here we ride round the whirligig , & c . When all had passed , I followed ...

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Why We Fought

Why We Fought

Burns responded that “poetic license is that razor's edge between fraud and art that we ride all the time. You have to shorten, you have to take shortcuts, you have to abbreviate, you have to sort of make do with, you have to sometimes ...

Author: Peter C. Rollins

Publisher: University Press of Kentucky

ISBN: 9780813172972

Category: History

Page: 624

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Film moves audiences like no other medium; both documentaries and feature films are especially remarkable for their ability to influence viewers. Best-selling author James Brady remarked that he joined the Marines to fight in Korea after seeing a John Wayne film, demonstrating how a motion picture can change the course of a human life -- in this case, launching the career of a major historian and novelist. In Why We Fought: America's Wars in Film and History, editors Peter C. Rollins and John E. O'Connor explore the complexities of war films, describing the ways in which such productions interpret history and illuminate American values, politics, and culture. This comprehensive volume covers representations of war in film from the American Revolution in the 18th century to today's global War on Terror. The contributors examine iconic battle films such as The Big Parade (1925), All Quiet on the Western Front (1930), From Here to Eternity (1953), and Platoon (1986), considering them as historical artifacts. The authors explain how film shapes our cultural understanding of military conflicts, analyzing how war is depicted on television programs, through news media outlets, and in fictional and factual texts. With several essays examining the events of September 11, 2001, and their aftermath, the book has a timely relevance concerning the country's current military conflicts. Jeff Chown examines controversial documentary films about the Iraq War, while Stacy Takacs considers Jessica Lynch and American gender issues in a post-9/11 world, and James Kendrick explores the political messages and aesthetic implications of United 93. From filmmakers who reshaped our understanding of the history of the Alamo, to Ken Burns's popular series on the Civil War, to the uses of film and media in understanding the Vietnam conflict, Why We Fought offers a balanced outlook -- one of the book's editors was a combat officer in the United States Marines, the other an antiwar activist -- on the conflicts that have become touchstones of American history. As Air Force veteran and film scholar Robert Fyne notes in the foreword, American war films mirror a nation's past and offer tangible evidence of the ways millions of Americans have become devoted, as was General MacArthur, to "Duty, honor, and country." Why We Fought chronicles how, for more than half a century, war films have shaped our nation's consciousness.
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Why We re Not Emergent

Why We re Not Emergent

We ride on in silence and both ponder the sadness of that anecdote for a moment. I don't consider myself a Carson fan or admirer, like many in the young orthodox movement. I would like to think that I try to stay away from groupieism on ...

Author: Kevin L. DeYoung

Publisher: Moody Publishers

ISBN: 0802479839

Category: Religion

Page: 256

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"You can be young, passionate about Jesus Christ, surrounded by diversity, engaged in a postmodern world, reared in evangelicalism and not be an emergent Christian. In fact, I want to argue that it would be better if you weren't." The Emergent Church is a strong voice in today's Christian community. And they're talking about good things: caring for the poor, peace for all men, loving Jesus. They're doing church a new way, not content to fit the mold. Again, all good. But there's more to the movement than that. Much more. Kevin and Ted are two guys who, demographically, should be all over this movement. But they're not. And Why We're Not Emergent gives you the solid reasons why. From both a theological and an on-the-street perspective, Kevin and Ted diagnose the emerging church. They pull apart interviews, articles, books, and blogs, helping you see for yourself what it's all about.
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Remarks on Shooting

Remarks on Shooting

WE'RE a band of merry rangers , Bounding o'er the waters free ; Disregarding all the dangers That surround us on the sea : Storm may howl , and billow dash , Thunder roll , and lightning flash ; But still we ride , we ride , we ride ...

Author: William Watt (of Islington.)

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ISBN: HARVARD:HWG1QC

Category: Game laws

Page: 288

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Hearings

Hearings

That does not hurt them to ride with the trades people . Mrs. HUNTER . Yes ; but it pulls down the standing of the house and they are paying for it . Mr. HAMMER . Well , we ride with colored people over in the Senate Office Building and ...

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the District of Columbia

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ISBN: UOM:39015030790433

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An Anthology of Russian Folk Epics

An Anthology of Russian Folk Epics

From the far, far away open field, Two daring youths were riding, They were riding steed to steed, saddle to saddle, And braided bridle to bridle. 5 They were talking to each other: “Where should we ride then, brother? Should we ride or ...

Author: James Bailey

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317476931

Category: Political Science

Page: 411

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An extensive introduction provides basic information about Russian epics, their historical background, their poetics, the history of their collection, their performance context, and their main interpretations. In addition, their is a short introduction to each song, explaining its plot, allusions, and interpretations. A glossary of common terms and a selected bibliography of studies about the Russian epic in English and Russian are also included in the volume.
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Tourism and Embodiment

Tourism and Embodiment

You know you can drive ten hours and get out of the car but riding, some of the roads that we do, they've got to concentrate. That's why we do so much planning. Like even me just planning the ride is huge because I make sure we do some ...

Author: Catherine Palmer

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351330824

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 226

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The role of the body and the concept of embodiment have largely been neglected in anthropological studies of tourism. This book explores the notion of the tourist body and develops understanding of how touristic practice is embodied practice, not only for tourists but also for those who work in tourism. This book provides a more holistic understanding of the role of the body in making and re-making self and world by engaging with tourism. This collection brings together scholars whose work intersects with the anthropology of tourism who each draw upon ethnographically informed research based on international case studies that include India, Turkey, Australia and Tasmania, Denmark, the United States, Nepal, France, Italy, South Africa and Spain. The case studies focus on a variety of themes including human and nonhuman ‘bodies’. The range of case studies gives the book an international appeal that makes it valuable to academic researchers and students in the disciplines of social anthropology, cultural geography, sociology, philosophy and the field of tourism studies itself.
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Coughing the Distance

Coughing the Distance

As soon as we get the go ahead we are moved off to the side, on the wide unpaved but firm and rideable unfinished new road surface. Why we did not get told to ride there immediately is a mystery. Perhaps it was a power thing.

Author: Jonas Jacob Walter Van Praag

Publisher: Coughing the Distance

ISBN: 9780980592016

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 196

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Walter's life is a struggle to survive, there are times when he has to fight for every breath. This book will impress, inspire and enlighten readers on how extreme obstacles can be overcome by sheer guts and determination in the face of a chronic illness. It is also an entertaining travelogue of parts of Eastern Europe that few of us would visit, and certainly not on a 4,000 Km journey by bicycle with a less than 50% lung capacity. The story covers the planning and execution of an amazing journey by a small band of people, some of whom had not met each other before and who are thrown together in funny, poignant, and sometimes almost unendurable and frustrating circumstances. Central is the author, Walter who is 42 and has cystic fibrosis, which as many will know is a chronic and debilitating condition from which most people are lucky to survive into their 30's.
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New Stories from the Southwest

New Stories from the Southwest

The old man has all of us ride, even in the heat and the dust. We take the horses out of the cool stalls they are stalled in and harness and lead them, otherwise they fight not to leave their water and their shade. We ride them ...

Author: D. Seth Horton

Publisher: Ohio University Press

ISBN: 9780804011068

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 285

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The beauty and barrenness of the southwestern landscape naturally lends itself to the art of storytellers. It is a land of heat and dryness, a land of spirits, a land that is misunderstood by those living along the coasts. New Stories from the Southwest presents nineteen short stories that appeared in North American periodicals between January and December 2006. Though many of these stories vary by aesthetics, tone, voice, and almost any other craft category one might wish to use, they are nevertheless bound together by at least one factor, which is that the landscape of the region plays a key role in their narratives. They each evoke and explore what it means to exist in this unique corner of the country. Selected by editor D. Seth Horton, the former fiction editor for the Sonora Review, from a wide cross-section of journals and magazines, and with a foreword by noted writer Ray Gonzalez, New Stories from the Southwest presents a generous sampling of the best of contemporary fiction situated in this often overlooked area of the country. Swallow Press is particularly pleased to publish this wide-ranging collection of stories from both new and established writers.
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