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Cleopatra VII, the last pharaoh of Ancient Egypt, the reincarnation of the Egyptian God Isis, remains a popular traditional figure in the Western culture. Her legacy survives in numerous works of art and literature including William Shakespeare's tragedy Antony and Cleopatra and the 1963 film Cleopatra. Schiff has portrayed Cleopatra's character in a contemporary way, most relevant to this 21st century. Schiff's writing style is very subtle, meaningful and full of insight that makes the book a compelling read.
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An overview of books on modern British art that have been published this year. There are new books out on the artists John Piper, Ravilious, and John Craxton, and on designer duo Robin and Lucienne Day, and Abram Games. It has already been a fantastic year for Modern British Art publications ranging from the very best in British Design to long awaited monographs on renowned masters of modern art in Britain.
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At one time or another I think we all have actions we are repeating or addictions we are indulging in that, if we don't stop, it will kill us. At the very least, these actions will keep us from living the life that would really make us happy. I also believe that breaking through these issues can be nearly impossible until we're armed with the right information and tools to help us break through. Change has often been a frustrating and elusive thing for me.
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Driving theory test CD contains ALL official DSA driving theory test multiple choice questions and hazard perception demo clipsfor car drivers and motorcyclists. This is latest 2010 DSA Driving theory, hazard perception test - Car and motorcycle (PC CD-ROM, which includes entire latest 2010 DSA official driving theory test questions and answers for car and bike and over 70+ interactive hazard perception practice clips.
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While O'Connor explicitly states that this book is about Indigenous women and their position in nineteenth-century Ecuadorian history, she argues that it is not women's history. Rather, she tells us that gender analysis is the central feature of the book. This is a claim often made by authors exploring gender issues, but seldom accomplished. Using court records, O'Connor argues that the close association of men with agriculture gave them higher social status than women. The difference in the economic and social meaning of marriage on the haciendas illustrates her point. Marriage provided men with increased status and power over their wives.
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General James Longstreet has not only been misjudged by history, but actually was one of the most successful generals of the Civil War. Knudsen makes the case that General Longstreet has not only been misjudged by history, but actually was one of the most successful generals of the war.
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Dr. Simeon, the first person make use of and market hcg for losing weight, gives a detailed diet routine you are supposed to closely follow to eradicate unwanted weight at a rate of one to 2 pounds on a daily basis. The very first diet guide can be found in his book titled "Pounds and Inches".
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A zombie is often a reanimated dead or a mindless human being. In the middle ages it was commonly believed that the souls of the dead will return to the earth and haunt the living. The zombies appear in several other cultures worldwide like China, India, Japan, the Pacific and the Native Americans. Haitian Vodou is a religion from the Caribbean country of Haiti. As a part of the Vodou religion they belive that magician called bokors can revive the recently dead. According to the tenets of Vodou, a dead person can be revived by a sorcerer and the zombie remains under his control because they have no will on their own.
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A book review of Textile League Baseball: South Carolina's Mill Teams, 1880-1955 by Thomas K. Perry. I accidently stumbled upon Thomas Perry's book, "Textile League Baseball," while conducting some research on a bit of hometown trivia. Oddly, in the 1950's and 60's you could hear the Chicago White Sox broadcasts in my hometown of Greenville, SC on radio station, WMRB-1490 AM.
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Do you ever feel like you're being lied to? I feel that way most of the time. I don't watch the news anymore for this reason. There's an old expression in Journalism that says, "If it leads, it's bleeds." I feel that the more I watch the news, the more negative I become, but it's not just the news that does this to me, it's also being surrounded by negative people.

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