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City Of Truth

Author : James Morrow
ISBN : 9780575081949
Genre : Fiction
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In Veritas, people have been conditioned to always tell the truth, no matter how unnerving the truth may be. Jack Sperry must learn to lie in order to save his son in this witty science fiction novella. Recipient of a 1992 Nebula Award.

Calicut

Author : M. G. S. Narayanan
ISBN : UOM:39015055945011
Genre : Calicut (India)
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History of Calicut a city in India.

Stadt Der L Gen

Author : Ramita Navai
ISBN : 9783036993409
Genre : Political Science
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Um in Teheran zu überleben, muss man lügen. Denn im »Gottesstaat« Iran spielt sich das Leben im Verborgenen ab. Schulmädchen tragen unter dem Tschador Jeans und Turnschuhe, untreue Ehemänner pilgern nicht nach Mekka, sondern nach Thailand, brave Hausfrauen drehen Pornofilme, Mul- lahs sagen per Handy die Zukunft voraus, und beim Schönheitschirurgen werden nicht nur Nasen gerichtet, sondern auch Jungfernhäutchen wiederhergestellt. Ramita Navai erzählt von den abenteuerlichen Doppelleben der Menschen und entwirft ein faszinierendes Porträt einer Stadt, die ihren Schleier nur ungern lüftet.

The Apocalypse Explained According To The Spiritual Sense In Which Are Revealed The Arcana Which Are There Predicted And Have Been Hitherto Deeply Concealed Translated From A Latin Work Of Emanuel Swedenborg

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ISBN : IBNF:CF990936059
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Truth Vs Inner City

Author : Ralph Federico
ISBN : 9781468970197
Genre : Family & Relationships
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God bless America! The greatest country in the world. Let’s get ready to rumble! It’s the fourth round and it’s not looking good for the Truthu. He has a busted lower lip and a black eye. The right side of his face is red. Currently in America, there is a fight between Truth and the Inner City. The question is: who is going to win?

Truth City

Author : Nick Sapien
ISBN : 1463440898
Genre : Fiction
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Truth City epitomizes man's greatest achievement; it is a special place on Earth, the birthplace of the Truth Machine. The Truth Machine in turn allows human beings the chance to shed their former iniquity and barbaric tendency and make Earth into a Utopia, where human beings live in freedom, and happiness. But for Peter Savante all is not well; he makes a living as a geneticist, enhancing genes of parents who desire genetically enhanced children. He uncovered a foul lie underneath the surface of societal civility and prosperity, which launched him on a quest to uncover the origin of the Truth Machine. As he searches for the truth, he would evade the all powerful Consortium, find love, and join the Revolution in a final battle for the soul of mankind.

City Of Evil

Author : Sean Fewster
ISBN : 9781459623705
Genre : Crime
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They call Adelaide the City of Churches. What they forget is that every church has a graveyard and every graveyard is full of skeletons. Welcome to Adelaide, a city where transvestite, pro-wrestling truck drivers are beheaded and dismembered by lesbian prostitutes; where husbands stab and mutilate their wives and are forgiven; where former psychiatrists transform into delusional assassins and murder their co-workers in cold blood. We trust you'll enjoy your stay. In this compelling collection of true-crime stories, award-winning journalist Sean Fewster guides the reader through the darkest excesses of the City of Churches. He goes beyond the high-profile cases you know already. These are the crimes that happen in Adelaide every week - the bizarre, the unbalanced, the warped. No crime is committed in the southern capital without a macabre twist, an uncomfortable and disconcerting surprise worthy of a splatter film or suspense thriller. Truth is stranger than fiction and these are the everyday horror stories of South Australia.

City Of Lies

Author : Ramita Navai
ISBN : 9780297869504
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Lying in Tehran is about survival. Welcome to Tehran, a city where survival depends on a network of subterfuge. Here is a place where mullahs visit prostitutes, drug kingpins run crystal meth kitchens, surgeons restore girls' virginity and homemade porn is sold in the sprawling bazaars; a place where ordinary people are forced to lead extraordinary lives. Based on extensive interviews, CITY OF LIES chronicles the lives of eight men and women drawn from across the spectrum of Iranian society and reveals what it is to live, love and survive in one of the world's most repressive regimes.

The Holy Bible

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Four Steeples Over The City Streets

Author : Kyle T. Bulthuis
ISBN : 9781479807932
Genre : History
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Tells the diverse story of four congregations in New York City as they navigated the social and political changes of the late eighteenth and mid-nineteenth centuries. In the fifty years after the Constitution was signed in 1787, New York City grew from a port town of 30,000 to a metropolis of over half a million residents. This rapid development transformed a once tightknit community and its religious experience. Including four churches belonging in various forms to the Church of England, that in some form still thrive today. Rapid urban and social change connected these believers in unity in the late colonial era. As the city grew larger, more impersonal, and socially divided, churches reformed around race and class-based neighborhoods. In Four Steeples over the City Streets, Kyle T. Bulthuis examines the intertwining of these four famous institutions—Trinity Episcopal, John Street Methodist, Mother Zion African Methodist, and St. Philip’s (African) Episcopal—to uncover the lived experience of these historical subjects, and just how religious experience and social change connected in the dynamic setting of early Republic New York. Drawing on a wide range of sources including congregational records and the unique histories of some of the churches leaders, Four Steeples over the City Streets reveals how these city churches responded to these transformations from colonial times to the mid-nineteenth century. Bulthuis also adds new dynamics to the stories of well-known New Yorkers such as John Jay, James Harper, and Sojourner Truth. More importantly, Four Steeples over the City Streets connects issues of race, class, and gender, urban studies, and religious experience, revealing how the city shaped these churches, and how their respective religious traditions shaped the way they reacted to the city. This book is a critical addition to the study and history of African American activism and life in the ever-changing metropolis of New York City.

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