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A Taste For Life

Author : Marcia Grad
ISBN : UOM:39015003228783
Genre : Diabetes
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A Taste For Life

Author : Thomas Marconi
ISBN : OCLC:1124798135
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A Taste For Speed

Author : Dorien Kelly
ISBN : 9781426840715
Genre : Fiction
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Retired NASCAR champion Steve Clayton is no stranger to risk. Still at the top of his game, the world-renowned wine grower is willing to take chances—in everything but love. Then he meets Sarah Stanton. The fiercely independent college professor is totally different from the women he usually dates. Yet he can't get her out of his mind…. Sarah has given up on finding the right man to share her life and give her the child she yearns for. The former racecar driver and paparazzi-loving playboy is wrong for her in every way. So why is Steve pursuing her as if this were the most important race of his life?

A Taste For Freedom

Author : Anka Muhlstein
ISBN : 1885983417
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Ambassador George Kennan once called Astolphe de Custine's Russia in 1839 'The Best guide to Russia ever written.' It was essential, in his view, to understanding Stalin and the Soviet Union. Its author was a cosmopolitain son of the French Revolution, whose father and granfather had been guillotined and whose mother had been imprisoned. Muhlstein's lively biography, translated by Teresa Waugh, introduces readers to Astolphe de Custine, a passionate literary figure, a poet, playwright, essayist, traveler, aristocrat, and homosexual adventurer.

The Taste For The Other

Author : Gilbert Meilaender
ISBN : 1573832685
Genre : Philosophy
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"A deeply meditated study of C.S. Lewis as a social philosopher. It does him good service. Avoiding unnecesaary biographical data, Meilaender concentrates rigoursly on Lewis' writings in an attempt to 'get at the heart of [his] vision of human community and his understanding of morality' . . . A discriminating work with an intricate structure well suited to the subject." -Modern Language Review "Meilaender's first-class scholarly study of Lewis's social and ethical thought is also a fine commentary on his anthropology . . . A well-written interpretation of the man who has probably had more influence on the theology of thoughtful Christians in the twentieth century than all the church's professional theologians." -Choice "Meilaender is a master exegete and critic of Lewis' dialectical vision in all its rich concreteness . . . This work must now stand as our best guide to Lewis's thought." -Christian Century "A remarkably complete look at Lewis's thought." -New Oxford Review "Combining solid scholarship with literary imagination, Meilaender does what Lewis himself does: he fascinates readers and draws them unawares into serious thought and into reflection requiring a response. . . . A first-rate study of Lewis that can serve also as an introduction to a serious study of all of Lewis's works." -Religious Studies Review "A book that has been needed for a long time. Meilaender brings to his study not only an in-depth knowledge of philosophy and theology but also a keen literary awareness. . . . A gracefully readable, luminously clear book." -Christianity and Literature GILBERT MEILAENDER is the Phyllis and Richard Duesenberg Professor of Christian Ethics at Valparaiso University. His most recent book is Bioethics: A Primer for Christians (Eerdmans).

The Taste For Ethics

Author : Christian Coff
ISBN : 9781402045547
Genre : Philosophy
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This book marks a new departure in ethics, which has up to now been a question of ‘the good life’ in relation to other people, based on Greek concepts of friendship and the Judaeo-Christian ‚caritas.’ No early moral teaching discussed man’s relation to the origin of foodstuffs and the system that produced them; doubtless the question was of little interest since the production path was so short.

New York Magazine

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New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.

Healthy Happy Sexy

Author : Katie Silcox
ISBN : 9781476757384
Genre : Health & Fitness
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A hip, sensual Ayurveda bible for the modern woman, this life-changing guide distills ancient teachings into a spirit-infused yet pragmatic approach to your physical, mental, and spiritual health. Teacher and yoga instructor Katie Silcox is a leading expert on Ayurveda. She knows that bringing ancient wisdom into our modern lives does not mean sacrificing the occasional rendezvous with red wine, fashion magazines, and other sensual pleasures. In Healthy Happy Sexy, Katie offers not only a philosophy of life but a time-tested (we’re talking thousands of years!) method for living your most radiant, healthy, and sexually vital life possible. Covering everything from how to get the perfect poo to glowing skin to deeper sexual fulfillment, here is a complete guide to women’s health. It offers evocative questions, journaling exercises, simple but deep meditations, and natural recipes and remedies for common health and beauty needs. By engaging in these lifestyle choices, you will experience ancient practices that resonate with the way we live our lives now. Combining Ayurvedic wisdom with practical tools and her lively, playful, and down-to-earth voice, Katie provides a method to heal, entertain, inspire, and remind you that you are one sexy goddess.

A Life Apart

Author : L. Y. Marlow
ISBN : 9780307719409
Genre : Fiction
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From the author of Color Me Butterfly, a poignant novel about a decades-long love affair and the complicated and unbreakable ties between two families that live worlds apart. Morris Sullivan joins the navy in 1940 with a love of ships and high hopes. Though he leaves behind his new wife, Agnes, and their baby daughter, he is thrilled to be pursuing his lifelong dream—but things change when he is shipped off to Pearl Harbor when the war begins. When he narrowly survives the 1941 attack thanks to the courage of a black sailor he doesn't know, Morris is determined to seek out the man's family and express his gratitude and respect. On leave, he tracks down the man's sister in his own hometown of Boston—and finds an immediate and undeniable connection with the nurturing yet fiercely independent Beatrice, who has left the stifling South of her upbringing for the more liberal, integrated north. Though both try to deny their growing bond, their connection and understanding is everything missing from Morris's hasty marriage to his high school sweetheart and from Beatrice's plodding life as she grieves the brother she has lost. At once a family epic and a historical drama that brings the streets and neighborhoods of Boston vividly to life from World War II through the civil rights era to the present day, A Life Apart takes readers along for the emotional journey as Morris and Beatrice's relationship is tested by time, family loyalties, unending guilt, racial tensions, death, and the profound effects of war. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Taste For Temptation

Author : Phyllis Bourne
ISBN : 9780373862832
Genre : Fiction
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After being left at the altar, Brandi Collins plans to get back at her ex by undergoing a major transformation. But how is she supposed to shed those extra pounds with that intoxicating aroma wafting into her condo? It's handsome hunk Adam Ellison who's creating the irresistible confections. Original.

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