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Digging Out

Author : Michael A. Tompkins
ISBN : 9781572245945
Genre : Psychology
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Discusses preventive measures and treatments for compulsive hoarding, in a book designed to help loved ones of hoarders use harm reduction to aid hoarders in living a safe and comfortable life.

Digging Out

Author : Katherine Leiner
ISBN : 9781101573686
Genre : Fiction
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More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA.

Digging Out

Author : Charles Clark and Steve Clark
ISBN : 9781462019854
Genre : Political Science
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In hard times, dissension mounts. The old social contract flounders and cannot be revived. Forces of reaction assert themselves. Danger intensifies. In dark times, opportunity appears. Such is our time. It is time to debate and define the next social contract, to articulate its political aims and action plan. It is time to change the world. In Digging Out: Global Crisis and the Search for a New Social Contract, two brothers from the social and environmental justice movements engage this debate with a revolutionary proposal rooted in the power dynamics of the world’s rising service-based economy. They provide a theoretical framework to reinterpret and address festering world problems through local and global initiatives. They urge cultural reinvigoration to deploy our social skills and innovation in service of others. Their proposal confirms the leading role of civil society, and it calls for a worldwide commercial transaction fee to curb financial speculation while adequately and permanently funding a sustainable future. Digging Out proposes a new social contract to advance economic security, social justice, and ecological restoration worldwide. It is a clarion call, urging us to unite and demand the changes necessary for a better tomorrow.

Digging Out The Wells My All I Give To You

Author : Tamma M. Jones
ISBN : 9781483412313
Genre : Poetry
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A Woman In Travail I was first conceived in the mind of God, Then He chose His parents for me, He took His thought and placed me inside her womb. I lay inside dormant to her existence, but alive to my purpose, When the time was right He allowed the conception to be, Now I lay alive to my destiny and I begin to formalize all the possibilities. I grow and grow until my vessel can’t contain me, She births me to release the human that holds all this potential, I’m now left to follow the path that God has laid out before me. TAMMA M. JONES, holds a Bachelor’s of Business Administration from Bernard M. Baruch College in NYC. She currently resides in New York.

Digging Out

Author : Jodee Brydges
ISBN : 1631320491
Genre : Budgets, Personal
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Digging Out is an easy to follow, no nonsense, practical, step-by-step guide to getting out of debt by financial coach and national speaker, Jodee Brydges.

Annie Wandering

Author : Ana Marie Mowrer
ISBN : 1496068033
Genre : Family & Relationships
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The first book I remember reading was The Pokey Little Puppy. My mom read that to me. I liked the pictures of the puppy and I liked the repetition of words in the story about how the Pokey Little Puppy and his brothers and sisters crawled under the fence and "went for a walk in the wide, wide world." Digging Out is my attempt to record some of the memories from my childhood and my reflections on them looking back as an adult. Writing these thoughts down helped me to deal with the problems I faced growing up in lower-middle class middle America in the 1950s in a dysfunctional home. It also gave me a chance to record for my grandchildren what life was like B.T. (before technology). The book is also a commentary on events that occur in and around my community and out there in "the wide, wide world."

Digging Out

Author : K. A. Jordan
ISBN : 1731062052
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Divorced mother of two, Abby lives with her grandmother and twins, Jed and Jill, on a farm so cluttered there is hardly room to move. One day she snaps, and decides to clean up decades of mess. To her surprise, people will pay good money for old junk. Even more surprising is someone is after the one thing she values more anything else, her grandmother. Octogenarian I. C. Talbot wrote pulp fiction from her hill-top home deep in the Kentucky bluegrass region. She published her collection of short stories with the help of her daughter K. A. Jordan. This short story is 6.5k words.

Digging Out Of Deadlock In Nagorno Karabakh

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ISBN : OCLC:1134768376
Genre : Armenia
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If they move quickly, Armenia and Azerbaijan could break out of their long impasse over the disputed territory of Nagorno-Karabakh. They could pursue quiet talks on thorny issues – settlements, peacekeepers and final status – but along separate tracks rather than in a single package.

Writing Lesson Level 4 Digging Into Editing

Author : Richard Gentry, Ph.D.
ISBN : 9781480777460
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Incorporate writing instruction in your classroom as an essential element of literacy development while implementing best practices. Simplify the planning of writing instruction and become familiar with the Common Core State Standards of Writing.

Digging For Treasure

Author : Ron Dale
ISBN : 9781479714773
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
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Digging for Treasure could possibly have been titled Memoirs of a Dump Digger, as although it is a practical book packed with know-how gained by the author over a number of years, all the information passed on through the book is from the authors own real-life experiences. Digging into Victorian and Edwardian rubbish dumps may seem a crazy way to earn a living, but many thousands of people in Britain alone have been involved in such a hobby part-time since the 1970s. It all started in the U.S.A. in the 1950s when old frontier towns were searched for their throwaway bottles. The patent quack medicine bottles of the 19th century proved a fascinating subject of research. Dump- digging soon spread to Canada and the U.K. and is also particularly strong in Australia. The finds in old refuse are not just bottles. In a century when local chemists made their own toothpaste in the back of the shop, it was sold in small ceramic pots with lids which had printed advertising on them under the glaze. Chemists could design their own advertising lids and the individuality and naivety of these is part of their charm. This was a time before the invention of the squeezable tube which we use today for toothpaste, creams and ointments. Ointments claiming to cure a wide variety of illnesses were sold in these pots, something which is illegal today. Ointments can alleviate or soothe problems, but they cannot claim to cure! In Digging for Treasure the author points out that once a dump has been emptied of its finds by hordes of collector-diggers, they have to constantly be searching for other sites. This has become a problem today as gradually more and more old rubbish dumps disappear under the building of trading estates, car parks and housing estates. Whilst this is admittedly true, the author believes there are still some town dumps yet to be found, although fast disappearing. Also he advocates the re-digging of sites which were inefficiently dug by zealous collectors the first time around. Victorian refuse dumps yield a wide variety of glass bottles, printed stoneware and ceramic pots and advertising lids, clay pipes with decorated bowls, china dolls heads, brown salt-glazed stoneware bottles and jars. Some of the rarer bottles and pot-lids are now selling for several hundreds of pounds and the very rare up to 5,000. As sites become even more difficult to find, this trend for higher prices must continue. The author points the way to the future in what he describes as the forgotten dumps. In the book he describes the research he has done on the collection of refuse in the U.K. which is a subject most of us pay scant attention to. Many would believe that there has always been a collection of our waste, but this is not so. In many towns and villages, the collection of household waste was not organised until after 1900. The smaller the village, the later was collection introduced. Although in London and a few other large cities, refuse collection began from about the 1880s, some small villages did not have this facility until about 1920. As town dumps gradually disappear under buildings, the author points the way forward for dump-diggers of the future what he calls the forgotten dumps and he claims there are tens of thousands of them to be found. The hobby of bottle-collecting also covers the collecting of pot-lids and other finds and in all English-speaking countries there are clubs, magazines and auctions to cater for collectors. Online auctions on e-bay for antique bottles and pot-lids receive bids from all over the world. Bottles and pot-lids are big business and for anyone wishing to dig up their own antiques, this book is indispensable.

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