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Nothing Left To Lose

Author : Kirsty Moseley
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With Ashton at her side, Anna begins to feel more like her old self again. Together, they're rebuilding her life and attempting to heal old wounds. The more time they spend together, the closer they become, but unfortunately this only serves to complicate matters further. The undercover pretence of being boyfriend and girlfriend slowly ceases to be a game as both find themselves increasingly blurring the lines between the act and the reality.With her father now President-Elect, Anna and Ashton are finding it increasingly difficult to maintain some semblance of privacy. With the world's press obsessing over the future First Daughter, Ashton's job of protecting her has just become a whole lot harder.All the while the trial grows ever closer, looming over them both, taunting them, reminding them that it isn't over yet. After all, Carter Thomas will stop at nothing to be reunited with his 'Princess'.

Blurring The Lines

Author : Maria Edström
ISBN : 9187957361
Genre : Business ethics
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Blurring The Lines

Author : André Chaszar
ISBN : UOM:39015064721395
Genre : Architecture
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In architecture, the interface between CAD (computer-aided drawing tools) and CAM (computer-aided manufacturing tools) is a hot topic. For architects, it offers the opportunity to work in a totally new way and regain full control of the construction and manufacture of their buildings. This book consists primarily of essays and case studies explaining and demonstrating the state-of-the-art in CAD/CAM applications for buildings. It aims to highlight critical questions and assumptions underlying the use of computers in the design and production of buildings as well as provide practical advice to practitioners interested in realising such projects. Includes case studies to demonstrate how CAD/ CAM applications have been used in completed buildings A ???resource and reference??? section at the back of the book provides additional information and expertise Highlights critical questions and assumptions underlying the use of computers in the design and production of buildings Provides practical advice to practitioners

The Psychology Of Entertainment Media

Author : L. J. Shrum
ISBN : 9781136809347
Genre : Psychology
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In this volume, psychologists and communication experts present theory on understanding and predicting how learning occurs through media consumption. As the impact of traditional advertising has declined over the last couple of decades, marketers have scrambled to find other ways to effectively communicate with consumers. Among other approaches, marketers have utilized various forms of product integration. Product integration is mixing a commercial message in with the non-commercial message via TV, movie, video, and other entertainment venues. This book will be of interest to students and researchers in psychology, marketing, communication, advertising, and consumer behavior.

Disability And Passing

Author : Jeffrey A Brune
ISBN : 1439909792
Genre : Social Science
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Passing—an act usually associated with disguising race—also relates to disability. Whether a person classified as mentally ill struggles to suppress aberrant behavior to appear "normal" or a person falsely claims a disability to gain some advantage, passing is a pervasive and much discussed phenomenon. Nevertheless, Disability and Passing is the first anthology to examine this issue. The editors and contributors to this volume explore the intersections of disability, race, gender, and sexuality as these various aspects of identity influence each other and make identity fluid. They argue that the line between disability and normality is blurred, discussing disability as an individual identity and as a social category. And they discuss the role of stigma in decisions about whether or not to pass. Focusing on the United States from the nineteenth century to the present, the essays in Disability and Passing speak to the complexity of individual decisions about passing and open the conversation for broader discussion. Contributors include: Dea Boster, Allison Carey, Peta Cox, Kristen Harmon, David Linton, Michael Rembis, and the editors.

Blurring The Lines

Author : Bruce S. Cooper
ISBN : 9781617351464
Genre : Education
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This book, Blurring the Lines, has immediate appeal to policymakers, and analysis in public and private sectors, as well as legal scholars and practitioners. It will be of interest, too, to university teachers working in the areas of "School Law," "School Policy and Politics," and "New Trends in American K12 Education." The book treats the complex and interesting issues of ChurchState and PublicPrivate education, the two great changing crossroad in US education.

Blurring The Lines

Author : Kirsty Moseley
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Blurring the Lines is a direct continuation of Guarding the Broken. To enjoy this novel, you need to have read the FREE Part 1. With Ashton at her side, Anna begins to feel more like her old self again. Together, they’re rebuilding her life and attempting to heal old wounds. The more time they spend together, the closer they become, but unfortunately this only serves to complicate matters further. The undercover pretence of being boyfriend and girlfriend slowly ceases to be a game as both find themselves increasingly blurring the lines between the act and the reality. With her father now President-Elect, Anna and Ashton are finding it increasingly difficult to maintain some semblance of privacy. With the world’s press obsessing over the future First Daughter, Ashton’s job of protecting her has just become a whole lot harder. All the while the trial grows ever closer, looming over them both, taunting them, reminding them that it isn’t over yet. After all, Carter Thomas will stop at nothing to be reunited with his ‘Princess’… Author's note: Part 1 (Guarding the Broken) and part 2 (Blurring the Lines) were previously published in 2013 as one novel of epic proportion. Nothing Left to Lose was a runaway bestseller that has people all over the world falling in love with Agent Ashton Taylor.

Blurring The Lines

Author : Jerry Zehr
ISBN : 9781470019129
Genre : Fiction
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"...tells the story of Thomas, a driven young actor struggling to break into the entertainment industry in LA. Thomas' conservative Amish heritage and his overwhelming desire to succeed continuously collide"--Page 4 of cover.

Blurring The Lines

Author : Marisa Cleveland
ISBN : 1682810356
Genre : Fiction
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He broke all his rules... for her. Real estate development CEO Blake Whitman is an Aquarius with a philanthropic nature, but when it comes to work, he's driven and focused, and he would never, ever mix business with pleasure. As far as he's concerned, office romance is off the table. He also never backs down from a challenge, and Kira Layton just accused him of ruining the community. What better way to get her on his side than to hire her? But the more he tells himself to keep his hands off his new, sexy secretary, the harder it is for him to come up with reasons why office romances never work and why it's a bad idea to cross the line...

Blurred Lines

Author : Vanessa Grigoriadis
ISBN : 1328511936
Genre : Social Science
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An authoritative, you-are-there account of the current state of sex on college campuses and its dramatic impact on gender issues throughout America

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