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Smoke

Author : Dan Vyleta
ISBN : 9783641201050
Genre : Fiction
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Wie sähe eine Welt aus, in der jede Sünde, jeder dunkle Gedanke sichtbar wäre? Smoke entführt den Leser in ein England vor hundert Jahren, in dem jede Verfehlung mit Rauch bestraft wird, der dem Körper entweicht. Auch Thomas und Charlie, Schüler eines Elite-Internats, werden immer wieder durch Rauch-Attacken gebrandmarkt, wenn sie den strengen Schulregeln nicht genügen. Doch dann finden sie – fast zufällig – heraus, dass die Gesetze des Rauchs längst nicht für alle gelten. Wieso gibt es böse Menschen, die nicht von Ruß befleckt sind? Und welche Rolle spielt der Rauch bei den sozialen und politischen Umbrüchen ihrer Zeit? Auf der Suche nach der Wahrheit begeben sich die Freunde auf eine dramatische Reise voller riskanter Abenteuer und düsterer Intrigen und rufen damit schon bald mächtige Feinde auf den Plan ... Smoke ist ein sprachmächtiger, überbordend einfallsreicher Roman und zugleich eine kluge Parabel, die facettenreich die existenziellen Fragen nach Macht und Moral, Wahrheit und Lüge, Gut und Böse beleuchtet.

Smoke Signals

Author : Martin A. Lee
ISBN : 9781439102619
Genre : History
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The best-selling co-author of Acid Dream traces the dramatic social history of marijuana from its origins and its emergence in the 1960s culture wars through the 1996 legalization of medicinal marijuana in California, profiling the multibillion-dollar marijuana industry and how it is reshaping health care. 35,000 first printing.

Smoke Signals For The Gods

Author : F. S. Naiden
ISBN : 9780199916405
Genre : History
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Animal sacrifice has been critical to the study of ancient Mediterranean religions since the eighteenth century. More recently, two leading views on sacrifice have dominated the subject: the psychological approach of Walter Burkert and the sociological one by Jean-Pierre Vernant and Marcel Detienne. These two perspectives have argued that the main feature of sacrifice is allaying feelings of guilt at the slaughter of sacrificial animals. However, both approaches leave little room for the role of the priests and the gods they hope to communicate with. Nor do they allow for comparison between animal sacrifice and other oblations offered to the gods. F. S. Naiden redresses the omission of these salient features to show that, far from being an attempt to assuage guilt or achieve solidarity, animal sacrifice is an attempt to make contact with a divine being, and that it is so important for—and perceived to be so risky for—the worshippers that it becomes subject to regulations of unequaled extent and complexity. Sacrificial priests are the most closely regulated of all Greek officials, and sacrifice itself is the most closely regulated public business. All this anxiety and effort invites some explanation, yet to date scholars have paid little attention to these regulations. Smoke Signals for the Gods addresses these, while drawing on recent work on Greek sacred law and Greek religious terminology. Furthermore, it seek to explain how mistaken views of sacrifice and animals arose, and traces them farther into the past, often back to early Christianity. Drawing on a wealth of sources, this book provides a complete picture of ancient animal sacrifice.

Smoke

Author : Sander L. Gilman
ISBN : 1861892004
Genre : History
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An incisive collection of essays and more than three hundred illustrations examines the global history and culture of smoking in various traditions and places, from opium dens in Victorian England to Havana cigars, documenting smokers of many substances, the changing role of smoking, tobacco advertising, the moral issues of smoking, and more.

Shoveling Smoke

Author : William Mazzarella
ISBN : 0822331454
Genre : Business & Economics
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DIVAn inside look at the creation of several ad campaigns in the major Bombay ad agency and what they say about Indian national identity./div

Muscle Smoke And Mirrors

Author : Randy Roach
ISBN : 9781467038409
Genre : Health & Fitness
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The research for this extensive, two volume project. represents a comprehensive effort to establish a complete context from which the sport of bodybuilding arose. "Muscle, Smoke and Mirrors" is the rise and fall of what was truly once an extraordinary discipline associated with a term known as "Physical Culture." Experience what bodybuilding was originally and learn just exactly what "Physical Culture" really is. See what growing philanthropic power flexed its financial and political muscles to foster its corporate agenda, compromising human health internationally. Read how the merger of technology and politics culminated in the industrialization, commercialization, federalization, internationalization and finally the STERILIZATION of a nation's food supply, rendering it suspect not only to the general public; but also to the most elite of athletes. Whether you are a novice, an elite bodybuilder or simply sports-nutrition minded, learn how the emerging forces of the Iron Game evolved. Ultimately, the factions of this industry would grow powerful and manipulative while fighting for control over the Game. It took the running of several parallel histories on bodybuilding, nutrition, supplements and the role of drugs to offer a complete, first-time unraveling of the web of confusion and politics that still permeates the sport into the 21st century! Volume I of "Muscle, Smoke and Mirrors" is truly the untold stories surrounding "Bodybuilding's Amazing Nutritional Origins."

Julie Smoke Und Die Pferdefl Sterin

Author : Silvia Christine Strauch
ISBN : 9783895143397
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Conducting Research In Psychology Measuring The Weight Of Smoke

Author : Brett Pelham
ISBN : 9780495598190
Genre : Psychology
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Featuring humor and interesting examples that students can understand and relate to, Brett W. Pelham and Hart Blanton’s informative and comprehensive research methods text is one that your students will actually enjoy reading. This brief book includes hands-on activities that involve learning by doing, methodology exercises that encourage students to use their intuition to understand research methods, and methodology problems that teach students to apply basic research principles to novel problems. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Tobacco Use By Native North Americans

Author : Joseph C. Winter
ISBN : 0806132620
Genre : Social Science
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Recently identified as a killer, tobacco has been the focus of health warnings, lawsuits, and political controversy. Yet many Native Americans continue to view tobacco-when used properly-as a life-affirming and sacramental substance that plays a significant role in Native creation myths and religious ceremonies. This definitive work presents the origins, history, and contemporary use (and misuse) of tobacco by Native Americans. It describes wild and domesticated tobacco species and how their cultivation and use may have led to the domestication of corn, potatoes, beans, and other food plants. It also analyzes many North American Indian practices and beliefs, including the concept that Tobacco is so powerful and sacred that the spirits themselves are addicted to it. The book presents medical data revealing the increasing rates of commercial tobacco use by Native youth and the rising rates of death among Native American elders from lung cancer, heart disease, and other tobacco-related illnesses. Finally, this volume argues for the preservation of traditional tobacco use in a limited, sacramental manner while criticizing the use of commercial tobacco. Contributors are: Mary J. Adair, Karen R. Adams, Carol B. Brandt, Linda Scott Cummings, Glenna Dean, Patricia Diaz-Romo, Jannifer W. Gish, Julia E. Hammett, Robert F. Hill, Richard G. Holloway, Christina M. Pego, Samuel Salinas Alvarez, Lawrence A Shorty, Glenn W. Solomon, Mollie Toll, Suzanne E. Victoria, Alexander von Garnet, Jonathan M. Samet, and Gail E. Wagner.

Beyond Smoke And Mirrors

Author : Douglas S. Massey
ISBN : 087154590X
Genre : Business & Economics
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Argues that U.S. immigration policies that were enacted between 1986 and 1996 are harmful to the interests of both the United States and Mexico.

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