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Crossed Lines

Author : Steve Burford
ISBN : 9781648904288
Genre : Fiction
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“Victor really was a very good man.” Why then did someone brutally murder Victor Whyte, an elderly man chiefly known for his dedication to helping the gay community? Inspector Claire Summerskill and Sergeant Dave Lyon investigate and are drawn into the world of the Hereford and Worcester Lesbian and Gay Switchboard, a telephone helpline for LGBQT+ people. Operatives and callers help piece together a picture of the murdered man, and gradually a surprising picture of Victor emerges with the possibility of a murderer in the very last place Summerskill and Lyon would have thought of. Even as they deal with this latest case, the two officers are forced to deal with turning points in their personal lives. Can Claire balance the demands of her position as an inspector with those of her husband and children? Is Dave ready to settle into a relationship with earnest young police officer Joe Jones or will he opt instead for the excitement of an almost certainly shorter fling with charismatic MP Sean Cullen? And what exactly is Sean’s real motivation? Crossing Lines is the fourth in the series of Summerskill and Lyon police procedural novels.

Crossed Lines Love Along The Wires Book 2

Author : Jennifer Delamere
ISBN : 9781493431526
Genre : Fiction
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When romance finally blossoms in her life, will it grow in the right direction? Emma Sutton knows she should be satisfied with her life. She has a position at London's Central Telegraph Office, and behind her rented rooms is a small plot where she can indulge her passion for gardening. But ever since she was orphaned as a child, she has longed for a family of her own and the stability and consistency it provides. Her deepest wish appears realized when a handsome engineer is thrown into her orbit and sends her a thrilling love note. Mitchell Harris's sharp wit and facility with a pen have enabled him to thrive despite serious obstacles. That the woman of his dreams works just two floors above his should make life perfect. But a childhood accident has left Mitchell convinced he'll never draw a woman's affection, especially from someone like Emma. When his best friend--who once saved his life--falls in love with Emma too and asks for help writing her love letters, Mitchell must choose between desire and loyalty.

Straight Roads And Crossed Lines

Author : Barrett Hodson
ISBN : IND:30000115731808
Genre : Culture in motion pictures
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Incisive and provocative, Barrett proposes a conception of film as opposed to just screen-based culture in this book.

Lines Crossed

Author : Cin Medley
ISBN : 9780998974866
Genre : Fiction
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Joe Blackshaw has spent the last twenty years protecting and helping others with the family security company. Now, he's ready to enjoy a peaceful retirement. It's his time to decompress and figure out who he is, to stop being the job. Disappearing into the wilderness to find some kind of calm, something to help him make sense of the life he's lived, he finds something else. Someone else. The line Joe crosses is a line he can never uncross. A line he can’t deny. A line he didn’t even see. Veronica Holloway is running from an abusive relationship and a cheating fiancé. As she runs to the family cabin in the wilderness to find the courage to stand up to her senator father, she finds something else. Someone else. Dragged into a fight to save her life, Joe thinks he's lost it all while finding the one thing he never knew he should ever have.

Grid Traveler Lines Crossed

Author : J Carrell Jones
Genre : Fiction
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Sean Blakemore, Commander of the GRID Battlecruiser Reginald L Johnson, wallowed in self-loathing. He drank too much, suffered from depression, and swam in self-pity. He figured life could not suck any worse when he received new orders. He had to hand the Johnson over to another commanding officer. God hated him he thought. Then . . . Dr. Loggar, head scientist in charge of this new mission, drew him into the semi-secret world of The Most High Goddess. She gave him hope. GRID Traveler Trinity is a story of Sean’s redemption, from rock bottom to discovering Humankind’s true origins and possibly its inevitable future. This is book three in the GRID Traveler Trinity

Crossing Lines

Author : Elley Arden
ISBN : 9781440582486
Genre : Fiction
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Party girl and standout wide receiver Jillian Bell sees no problem with her "no rules" lifestyle as long as she's scoring on the field. But her sexy new offensive coordinator doesn't see it that way. Former marine turned successful restaurateur Carter Howl agreed to whip his father's undisciplined women's full-tackle football team into shape out of guilt. But the job comes with more trouble than he bargained for thanks to one spitfire of a wide receiver who challenges his every play. When Jillian's little sister begs her to come back to their small-minded hometown and be on her best behavior at a family event, she unexpectedly enlists prim and proper Carter to help her keep her cool. But two days and one pretend engagement later, this straight-laced former soldier is doing all sorts of things he normally wouldn't. Is the wrong girl the right girl for him? Sensuality Level: Sensual

Leveled Texts Lines To Cross Or Not To Cross

Author : Lori Barker
ISBN : 9781425872427
Genre : Mathematics
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All students can learn about different types of lines through text written at four different reading levels. Symbols on the pages represent reading-level ranges to help differentiate instruction. Provided comprehension questions complement the text.

The Lines We Cross

Author : Randa Abdel-Fattah
ISBN : 9781407173481
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Michael is drawn to his new classmate Mina, but they're on opposite sides of an issue that's tearing their town apart. His parents are part of an anti-immigration group, while her family have fled their besieged home in Afghanistan. As tensions rise, lines are drawn and both must decide what they want their world to look like, no matter the cost.

Crossing Lines The Complete Series

Author : A.D. Justice
Genre : Fiction
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This set contains the complete romantic suspense CROSSING LINES collection. FINE LINE Two years undercover in a motorcycle club changes a man. Case closed, but Nick Tucker isn't sure who he is anymore--DEA agent or criminal. When he's the only one who will stand up to the bully, Savannah looks at him as though he's her hero. Can he find his way back to being a good guy for her? There's a fine line between right and wrong. BLURRED LINE As a CIA officer, Silas Steele had no problem crossing lines others wouldn’t…except for treason. Then he met Kira Petrova, a Russian spy on American soil. That clear line between good and evil blurred, and he realized in order to protect his country, he’d have to betray it first. HARD LINE When she left me, I didn’t try to stop her. But I never let her go. Now she’s in trouble, and I’ll do whatever it takes to prove she needs me again. This time around, she won’t be the one who got away.

Intersecting Lines

Author : Ian Milner
ISBN : 0864732511
Genre : Authors, New Zealand
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Crossing Lines

Author : Marc Coronado
ISBN : 0970038410
Genre : Social Science
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Crossing Lines addresses the issues of race and mixed race at the turn of the 21st century. Representing multiple academic disciplines, the volume invites readers to consider the many ways that identity, community, and collectivity are formed, while addressing the challenges that multiracial identity poses to our understanding of race and ethnicity.

Crossing Bar Lines

Author : James Gordon Williams
ISBN : 9781496832122
Genre : Music
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In Crossing Bar Lines: The Politics and Practices of Black Musical Space James Gordon Williams reframes the nature and purpose of jazz improvisation to illuminate the cultural work being done by five creative musicians between 2005 and 2019. The political thought of five African American improvisers—trumpeters Terence Blanchard and Ambrose Akinmusire, drummers Billy Higgins and Terri Lyne Carrington, and pianist Andrew Hill—is documented through insightful, multilayered case studies that make explicit how these musicians articulate their positionality in broader society. Informed by Black feminist thought, these case studies unite around the theory of Black musical space that comes from the lived experiences of African Americans as they improvise through daily life. The central argument builds upon the idea of space-making and the geographic imagination in Black Geographies theory. Williams considers how these musicians interface with contemporary social movements like Black Lives Matter, build alternative institutional models that challenge gender imbalance in improvisation culture, and practice improvisation as joyful affirmation of Black value and mobility. Both Terence Blanchard and Ambrose Akinmusire innovate musical strategies to address systemic violence. Billy Higgins’s performance is discussed through the framework of breath to understand his politics of inclusive space. Terri Lyne Carrington confronts patriarchy in jazz culture through her Social Science music project. The work of Andrew Hill is examined through the context of his street theory, revealing his political stance on performance and pedagogy. All readers will be elevated by this innovative and timely book that speaks to issues that continue to shape the lives of African Americans today.

Mapping It Out

Author : Mark Monmonier
ISBN : 9780226217857
Genre : Science
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Writers know only too well how long it can take—and how awkward it can be—to describe spatial relationships with words alone. And while a map might not always be worth a thousand words, a good one can help writers communicate an argument or explanation clearly, succinctly, and effectively. In his acclaimed How to Lie with Maps, Mark Monmonier showed how maps can distort facts. In Mapping it Out: Expository Cartography for the Humanities and Social Sciences, he shows authors and scholars how they can use expository cartography—the visual, two-dimensional organization of information—to heighten the impact of their books and articles. This concise, practical book is an introduction to the fundamental principles of graphic logic and design, from the basics of scale to the complex mapping of movement or change. Monmonier helps writers and researchers decide when maps are most useful and what formats work best in a wide range of subject areas, from literary criticism to sociology. He demonstrates, for example, various techniques for representing changes and patterns; different typefaces and how they can either clarify or confuse information; and the effectiveness of less traditional map forms, such as visibility base maps, frame-rectangle symbols, and complementary scatterplot designs for conveying complex spatial relationships. There is also a wealth of practical information on map compilation, cartobibliographies, copyright and permissions, facsimile reproduction, and the evaluation of source materials. Appendixes discuss the benefits and limitations of electronic graphics and pen-and-ink drafting, and how to work with a cartographic illustrator. Clearly written, and filled with real-world examples, Mapping it Out demystifies mapmaking for anyone writing in the humanities and social sciences. "A useful guide to a subject most people probably take too much for granted. It shows how map makers translate abstract data into eye-catching cartograms, as they are called. It combats cartographic illiteracy. It fights cartophobia. It may even teach you to find your way."—Christopher Lehmann-Haupt, The New York Times

Myelin Repair At The Crossing Lines Of Myelin Biology And Gene Therapy

Author : Matthias Klugmann
ISBN : 9782889746187
Genre : Science
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Crossing The Class And Color Lines

Author : Leonard S. Rubinowitz
ISBN : 0226730905
Genre : Social Science
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"Thousands of low-income African-Americans, mostly women and children, began in 1976 to move out of Chicago's notorious public housing developments to its mostly white, middle-class suburbs." "They were part of the Gautreaux program, one of the largest court-ordered desegregation efforts in the country's history. Named for the Chicago activist Dorothy Gautreaux, the program formally ended in 1998, but is destined to play a vital role in national housing policy in years to come. In this book, Leonard Rubinowitz and James Rosenbaum tell the story of this unique experiment in racial, social, and economic integration, and examine the factors involved in implementing and sustaining mobility-based programs." "Today, with vouchers replacing public housing, the Gautreaux success story with its strong legacy is the most valuable record of the possibilities for poor people to enhance their life chances by relocating to places where opportunities are greater." --Book Jacket.

Crossing The Lines Of Caste

Author : Adheesh A. Sathaye
ISBN : 9780199341108
Genre : History
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"Exploring the connections between Hindu mythology and caste in India through Sanskrit and vernacular texts, performances, and visual media, Crossing the Lines of Caste offers a cultural-historical analysis of the legends of Visvamitra. It reveals how and why mythological culture has played an active, dialogical role in the construction of Brahmin social power for more than three thousand years"--

Proceedings Of The Academy Of Natural Sciences Of Philadelphia

Author : Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia
ISBN : UFL:31262041030445
Genre : Natural history
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"Publications of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia": v. 53, 1901, p. 788-794.

The Stamped Envelopes Wrappers And Sheets Of The United States

Author : John Kerr Tiffany
ISBN : UBBE:UBBE-00171424
Genre : Postage stamps
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Power Of Diversity

Author : Matthias Rettner
ISBN : 9783957491787
Genre : Performing Arts
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Das in Freiburg ansässige Aktionstheater PAN.OPTIKUM entwickelt seit 30 Jahren Inszenierungen im öffentlichen Raum. Unter Leitung dieses freien Theaterkollektivs wurde 2015 das internationale Projekt "Power of Diversity" ins Leben gerufen, das Hip-Hop-Musik mit theatraler Praxis verbindet. 30 junge Darsteller spielen in verschiedenen Städten und bilden ein zeitgemäßes europäisches Ensemble. Dieses Buch dokumentiert in Bildern und Texten das außergewöhnliche europäische Projekt aus vielfältigen Blickwinkeln, gibt Einblicke in den Produktionsprozess und weist dabei auch auf die spezifischen Situationen in den verschiedenen Städten hin. The Freiburg-based action theatre ensemble PAN.OPTIKUM has been creating performances in the public space for thirty years. The international "Power of Diversity" project, which was started in 2015 under the direction of this free theatre collective, combines hip-hop music with theatrical practice. Thirty young performers play in various cities – from Great Britain to Russia and from Norway to Spain, forming a contemporary European ensemble. This book documents this extraordinary European project from many angles in images and words, provides insight into the production process and outlines the specific circumstances in the various cities.

Lapidarium Walliae

Author : John Obadiah Westwood
ISBN : HARVARD:32044081020232
Genre : Inscriptions, Latin
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