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Tiny And Full

Author : Jorge Cruise
ISBN : 9781942952497
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Total health, natural weight loss, increased all-day energy . . . your breakfast holds the power! The vegan diet is more popular than ever, and people all over the world are touting its healthful benefits—longevity, energy, and even weight loss. For most of us, though, it’s a lifestyle change just too hard to maintain. More important, it can be deficient in crucial nutrients for optimal wellness, such as vitamins A, D, K2, and B12. With Tiny and Full™, you only have to wake up vegan™ to see the results of a plant-based diet. You’ll discover that eating vegan at just one meal—breakfast—is better for you than if you ate vegan all day long. By including yummy foods with animal protein, such as Greek yogurt, white fish, chicken, and so much more, in your lunch and dinner, you will get a complete, balanced diet that leaves you satisfied on the least amount of calories necessary and gives you a tiny waist in only 12 weeks! Tiny and Full™ gives you a straightforward meal plan and an energetic fitness program, plus 50 fun and delicious recipes—from a Tropical Mango Blast and Berry Blaster Bowl to Gorgonzola Pear Pizza and even Chocolate Avocado Mousse Cupcakes. This book provides all the guidelines you need to transform your body and improve your life—starting now!

The Tiny Fianc

Author : S. J. Lowe
ISBN : 9781386443452
Genre : Fiction
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Tiny Fiancé needs a job; Dean Indeedo needs a hit man; they need each other. Since his last surfing accident, all Tiny Fiancé can think about is becoming a professor of rainbow-sprinkle cupcakes. Does that job description even exist? Despite his hauntingly good looks, all of his needy ex-girlfriends have left him—and so has motivation. Cupcake dreams are eating him up, and his arteries seem clogged with frosting and sprinkles. Isn't there more to life than sitting on the locally-famous bra couch in front of the lingerie store at the mall? His Uncle Jennifer is threatening to evict him from her roach-infested apartment, so the job search is on like never before. His dreams apparently coming true, Tiny showcases his suspect online degrees to apply for a professorship at nearby Barfly College to teach undergraduate writing and literature. How will he make everything relate to cupcakes, though? Dean Indeedo, more interested in the oddly-alluring photo staple-gunned to his voluminous application than his shaky credentials annotated with crayon doodles, calls him in for an interview at Offal, the academic bat tower. The dean has a scholastic hot flash when she sees Tiny in person and offers him a follow-up "interview" that evening at a boutique hotel. Since Tiny can't take a hint, he eventually becomes the dean's unwitting accomplice in a dark plan to find Leida Crumpler, a gorgeous undergraduate trying to blackmail the dean for one of her previous crimes against students. After a series of crazy mishaps on and off campus, Tiny realizes that he is falling love with the mysterious and illusive Leida. Will lovely Leida, however, have room in her life for her rainbow-cupcake professor, even if he is still a virgin? And, will Dean Indeedo follow through on her threats to turn Tiny's dream position into a career gut-punch if he doesn't nab Leida before time runs out?

Tiny Tim Tiptoe Through A Lifetime

Author : Lowell Tarling
ISBN : 9781300978930
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A Tiny Home To Call Your Own

Author : Patricia Foreman
ISBN : 096246483X
Genre : Architecture
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Readers can live in an attractive, aesthetically appealing, upscale house--and do it so that it is quality-built, architecturally beautiful, highly marketable, and profitable. (Architecture)

This Book Is Full Of Spiders

Author : David Wong
ISBN : 9781250017901
Genre : Fiction
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From the writer of the cult sensation John Dies at the End comes another terrifying and hilarious tale of almost Armageddon at the hands of two hopeless heroes. WARNING: You may have a huge, invisible spider living in your skull. THIS IS NOT A METAPHOR. You will dismiss this as ridiculous fear-mongering. Dismissing things as ridiculous fear-mongering is, in fact, the first symptom of parasitic spider infection -- the creature secretes a chemical into the brain to stimulate skepticism, in order to prevent you from seeking a cure. That's just as well, since the "cure" involves learning what a chainsaw tastes like. You can't feel the spider, because it controls your nerve endings. You can't see it, because it decides what you see. You won't even feel it when it breeds. And it will breed. So what happens when your family, friends and neighbors get mind-controlling skull spiders? We're all about to find out. Just stay calm, and remember that telling you about the spider situation is not the same as having caused it. I'm just the messenger. Even if I did sort of cause it. Either way, I won't hold it against you if you're upset. I know that's just the spider talking.

Colditz

Author : P R Reid
ISBN : 9780330539197
Genre : History
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In Colditz: The Full Story, Major Pat Reid brings together the many dramatic discoveries resulting from researh that has covered the five continents. From all walks of life, Belgian, Czech, Dutch, French, German and Polish prisoners - as well as those from the British Commonwealth and USA - were incarcerated in suffocating intimacy for five years in an alien and hostile land. Under these conditions, they proved that men could live together and that loyalty and generosity could thrive, transcending the natural prejudices of race, creed, language and intellecual diversity. There were more than 300 escape attempts at Colditz and in this fascinating portrayal, Reid vividly describes this unique period in Second World War history. Furthermore, he reveals the code systems between the War Ofiice and Colditz; shows how he obtained information on Germany's secret weapons; and investigates the existence of traitors and the situation of non-collaborators in the castle. This is a true story, which nonetheless possesses the mythical qualities that cause a legend to live forever.

Teardrops And Tiny Trailers

Author : Douglas Keister
ISBN : 9781423611103
Genre : Transportation
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Buckle up as Douglas Keister takes you for a decidedly retro ride in the world of diminutive travel trailers in Teardrops and Tiny Trailers. The demand for vintage trailers-the smaller the better-has risen dramatically in recent years, with the most in-demand trailers being "teardrops," first manufactured in the 1930s and containing just indoor sleeping space and an outdoor exterior kitchen. Also profiled in the book are "canned ham" trailers, whose shape resembles the profile of a can of ham; small-size examples of America's most beloved vintage trailer, the Airstream; miniscule gypsy caravans in Europe; and fiberglass trailers made in Canada. Two hundred color photographs showcase these trailers' sleek exteriors, retro-styled interiors, and, in many cases, the restored classic cars that tow them. Teardrops and Tiny Trailers includes a resource section chock-full of places to locate vintage trailers, clubs to join, and rallies to attend. Photographer/writer Douglas Keister has authored thirty-six critically acclaimed books. His books on classic recreational vehicles include Ready to Roll, Silver Palaces, and Mobile Mansions. In addition, he has authored twenty-five books on architecture, including Inside the Bungalow, Storybook Style, Red Tile Style, Classic Cottages, and Cottages. Keister also writes and illustrates magazine articles and contributes photographs and essays to dozens of magazines, newspapers, books, calendars, posters, and greeting cards worldwide. He lives in Chico, California.

How To Invest On A Tiny Budget

Author : John Roberts
ISBN : 9781465781055
Genre : Business & Economics
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Tiny Publics

Author : Gary Alan Fine
ISBN : 9781610447744
Genre : Social Science
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If all politics is local, then so is almost everything else, argues sociologist Gary Alan Fine. We organize our lives by relying on those closest to us—family members, friends, work colleagues, team mates, and other intimates—to create meaning and order. In this thoughtful and wide-ranging book, Fine argues that the basic building blocks of society itself are forged within the boundaries of such small groups, the "tiny publics" necessary for a robust, functioning social order at all levels. Action, meaning, authority, inequality, organization, and institutions all have their roots in small groups. Yet for the past twenty-five years social scientists have tended to ignore the power of groups in favor of an emphasis on organizations, societies, or individuals. Based on over thirty-five years of Fine's own ethnographic research across an array of small groups, Tiny Publics presents a compelling new theory of the pivotal role of small groups in organizing social life. No social system can thrive without flourishing small groups. They provide havens in an impersonal world, where faceless organizations become humanized. Taking examples from such diverse worlds as Little League baseball teams, restaurant workers, high school debate teams, weather forecasters, and political volunteers, Fine demonstrates how each group has its own unique culture, or idioculture—the system of knowledge, beliefs, behavior, and customs that define and hold a group together. With their dense network of relationships, groups serve as important sources of social and cultural capital for their members. The apparently innocuous jokes, rituals, and nicknames prevalent within Little League baseball teams help establish how teams function internally and how they compete with other teams. Small groups also provide a platform for their members to engage in broader social discourse and a supportive environment to begin effecting change in larger institutions. In his studies of mushroom collectors and high school debate teams, Fine demonstrates the importance of stories that group members tell each other about their successes and frustrations in fostering a strong sense of social cohesion. And Fine shows how the personal commitment political volunteers bring to their efforts is reinforced by the close-knit nature of their work, which in turn has the power to change larger groups and institutions. In this way, the actions and debates begun in small groups can eventually radiate outward to affect every level of society. Fine convincingly demonstrates how small groups provide fertile ground for the seeds of civic engagement. Outcomes often attributed to large-scale social forces originate within such small-scale domains. Employing rich insights from both sociology and social psychology, as well as vivid examples from a revealing array of real-work groups, Tiny Publics provides a compelling examination of the importance of small groups and of the rich vitality they bring to social life. A Volume in the Russell Sage Foundation Series on Trust

Tiny Town

Author : Kay Kile
ISBN : 9780595399178
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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I knew Miss Meads filled her stories with half-truths twisted to entice the listener. But another part of me wanted to believe the stories because that would mean there was some other person out there who was a bigger misfit than I was. I needed Karen Anderson to be horrible. It is 1974 in Tiny Town, Kansas, and twelve-year-old Katie is fed up with being an outcast. Overweight and unattractive, she has been nicknamed Queen Kong by her classmates. As summer begins, Katie starts a journey of self-discovery and befriends the town hermit, Karen Anderson. Through her father's ministry and her mother's wisdom, Katie comes to respect the individuality of others and herself. But Katie soon finds herself involved in events surrounding the mysterious death of the town's pretty boy, Pebble Hudson. Pebble's burial splits Tiny Town and leads to an epic event that will change the town-and Katie-forever. Filled with colorful characters and the heartwarming details of everyday life, Tiny Town: Summer's Song takes you back to a simpler time and shares the coming-of-age story of one courageous little girl.

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