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Jim Lake. Jim Lake From The Pen Of The Poet To The Beat Of. From the Pen Poet to the □ Beat Heart Front Cover.

Author: Jim Lake

Publisher: Xulon Press

ISBN: 9781594670060

Category: Poetry

Page: 306

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2003-07 By Jim Lake

The Revolutionary Guide to Understanding Heart Disease and Reducing Cholesterol; Includes Herbal Remedies and Dietary Plans to Beat Heart Disease, Drug-free Robert M. Fleischer. How the Human Heart Functions The human heart isthe most ...

Author: Robert M. Fleischer

Publisher: NaturalWay Publishing

ISBN: 9781495978722

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 79

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Do you feel that you're not getting any better despite being on statins? Are you or is anyone in your family a patient of heart disease and are you paying so much on cholesterol lowering drugs? Do you want an alternative medication that actually works for heart disease? If you answered any of these questions with a yes, then "7 Ways to Naturally Beat Heart Disease" by Robert Fleischer is for you. You are not alone in your fight against high cholesterol; millions of Americans today are on statins, and although only very few realize it, these consumers are actually not achieving positive results. "7 Ways to Naturally Beat Heart Disease" is the perfect guidebook for disappointed heart disease patients and misled consumers. Robert Fleischer, a renowned health and nutrition researcher, imparts to us a revolutionary breakthrough on cholesterol and heart disease. Read on and discover how you have been a part of a blinded crowd and how you can get out of this deception. Fleischer's "7 Ways to Naturally Beat Heart Disease" provides a profound discussion on: Heart disease: signs and symptoms The real deal about cholesterol "Role" of cholesterol in heart disease Inflammation as the real enemy The great cholesterol conspiracy Statins: the greatest medical fraud The side-effects of statin drugs Complete list of statin drugs Natural ways of treating/preventing heart disease Herbal remedies for heart disease Diet and exercise ideas to help you through There's no better way to defeat heart disease than by understanding the reality behind the disease. Step out of the dark and abandon the deception pool! Stop spending so much on "medicine" that isn't really making your condition any better. Instead, start investing your time on changing your lifestyle. Embark on a new healing journey now! Let "7 Ways to Naturally Beat Heart Disease" help you through it all.
2014-03-18 By Robert M. Fleischer

Questions About Internal Organs Thomas Canavan. W Makes hat Your Makes W hat Beat Your Beat Heart Heart Faster? Faster? Questions About Internal Organs Thomas Canavan Cover.

Author: Thomas Canavan

Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc

ISBN: 9781499432022

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

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From learning about what an organ is, to how a body digests food, readers will discover the inner workings of the body in this book about organs and their functions. Readers will explore the brain, heart, and kidneys and examine their connections in the body’s processes. Colorful photographs and fun fact boxes enhance the lessons of each chapter. This book is certain to stimulate and educate curious young readers.
2016-12-15 By Thomas Canavan

My heart jumped. “Hello there,” she said. I turned around, and there she was, walking up to me. “I couldn't help it,” she said apologetically, rubbing the palm of her hand over her stomach. “I smelled the food the minute I walked in.

Author: Loubna Hassanieh PhD

Publisher: Archway Publishing

ISBN: 9781480870017

Category: Fiction

Page: 328

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Born into a prominent and affluent family, Adel Jacob eventually learns that wealth has no bearing on happiness. At age seventeen, he falls prey to his brother’s animosity and becomes forever handicapped. Betrayed by his parents’ shortcomings, Adel realizes he must leave home, abandoning his innocence and with it, his first love, Mona. Twenty-five years later, a painful yearning brings Adel back to his hometown where things are no longer the same. As he discovers how purposeful his journey will be, Adel’s insights slowly unravel realms of wonderment. When his path unexpectedly crosses with Mona’s again, their adoration for each other brings them back into each other’s arms in a circuitous way as Adel realizes his love for her transcends time and place and resides beyond the horizons of his consciousness. Although their second encounter is shorter than their first, Mona manages to crack open windows to his past and reveal demonic realities. Distraught about failing her twice, Adel must now strive to redeem himself and hold onto her memory until the end. In this poignant story of good and evil and loss and redemption, a man returns to his past where he reconnects with a former love and searches his soul for intuitive guidance.
2018-11-28 By Loubna Hassanieh PhD

A Tanganyika Police Notebook Ronald Callander. | - --- # * > | | | \s of a One Beat Heart Butterfly's A Tanganyika Police Notebook.

Author: Ronald Callander

Publisher: 30 Degrees South Publishers

ISBN: 9781920143954

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 329

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In this book we are given a unique view of East Africa of the 1950s; not the stereotyped picture of wildlife safaris and leaping Masai, but the emerging independence struggle of a new African nation from the viewpoint of a white police office, in an exceptionally detailed, thoroughly readable, firsthand account of a rare period of recent history. It tells how an Australian veteran, fresh from the Korean War, became a colonial police officer in Tanganyika Territory (later Tanzania after federation with the offshore islands of Zanzibar in 1964). Ê The reader is taken on a journey which tourists in Africa never see: from back alleys and police cells in the polyglot city of Dar es Salaam, to snake-infested camps on UgandaÐRuanda border patrols, and on police field force emergency operations from barracks at the foot of Kilimanjaro. There is much here to discover about a mostly benign semi-colonial period in Africa which lasted less than fifty years, passing, in one AfricanÕs description, as briefly as a butterflyÕs heartbeat; where a few conscientious white administrators and their loyal African assistants managed vast regions of a desolate territory with remarkably selfless care and scarce resources; where things worked most of the time, but sometimes where chaos reigned. It is about the country itself, its ubiquitous animals and its people at close range, including villagers, criminals, hunters, witch doctors, and colonial officials, but most of all, the African askari policemen who were the authorÕs closeÑand often onlyÑcompanions.
2014-10-19 By Ronald Callander

beat rhythms. The Niya Bengi beat was manifested with the use of three drums. This rhythm, Niya Bingi, ... The drumming technique illustrated by each of the three drums, expresses various tempos and emotions of a beating heart.

Author: VK Ogilvie

Publisher: Balboa Press

ISBN: 9781982284053

Category: Music

Page: 300

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“Of all the various acts of inequity throughout time, none was more severe than the submission forced upon the indigenous peoples of the earth by their earthly demi-god counterparts. Robbing these peoples of their God given cultural and traditional knowledge of survival, void of cultural references and alienated from their traditional survival techniques and skills, the indigenous peoples had no other choice than to accept the ways of the earthly demi-gods, which was modernity and that came with many social disadvantages, worst of all, they would become second and third class citizens in a racially divided and dystopic world. The standard procedure was the implementation of acts that were intended to impart the greatest degree of fear, the fear of death and the fear of dying; whatever methods the noble savages thought would break the barbarian savages into submission. All manner of unthinkable acts of atrocity were employed against the indigenous peoples, because the objectives of the earthly demi-gods had to be met, which was to expropriate the lands and natural resources from these savages, these ‘uncivilized’ people.” The work of Niggers Sing Redemption Songs: Reggae, The heart-beat of a people takes aim at reaffirming the psyche and glory of the Black self as of utter importance in our efforts to make our world a better place. The unconscionable disregard for the glory of the Black self and by refusing to use it, has successfully stripped away Black humanity from the Black indigenous peoples’ collective consciousness; overall leading to a ‘niggerization’ process done for the benefits of the barbaric and ignobly self-acclaimed earthly demi-gods. The Black peoples of the world must bring back the ‘Black’ love of self and all things Black, that is your redemption and then, real life will be given to you. Additionally, what was most evidently conspicuous and surprising was a revelation that had emerged from the research of this study. The study has discovered evidences, which would indicate that because of social biases, for example, racial prejudices, and out-right arrogance, coupled with miss-education and deprecated mindsets, the attitudes of many Jamaican historians, the down trodden sectors of the Jamaican society were undermined and were not given meaningful historical documentations. The academics did not document, accurately, the accounts of Afro-Jamaican culture, for instance, the Rastafarians input into the cultural history of Jamaica. Although many academics of the time were themselves Afro- Jamaican, non-sympathizers to the Rasta movement, and, in most cases, just a generation or two removed from slavery, they were non-commiserated towards their people’s history and struggles. So much so, that they did not consider the documentation of their Afro-Jamaican culture as a priority, and as such, a deficit in proper documentation of historical material exists today. This becomes quite evident in the footnotes, where due to the lack of material, there is a redundancy in reference materials Therefore, in order to add further depth to the stock of the genre of Black Liberation Literature, this work advances a redemptive process which is aimed, primarily, at every individual that has been niggerized by White supremacy and their racist systems. Therein, that each nigger would cultivate an awareness that would be congruent with his/her Black redemption, as is outlined in this literary work. Thus, that he/her would be empowered sufficiently, to rise above the White supremacist world that had ungratefully grafted him/ her and had restrained him/her to oppressive states of meaningless existences. Black people must rise above their common bound, the social degradation of niggerization, a social construct of the White racist demi-gods and to accept the fundamental merits and opportunities that a Black redemption would have provided, which is, the reconstructed Black self, with all its social advantages, because White America will not change and they will not change for the sake of niggers or will they accept niggers as Whites. Sorry, but no skin bleaching formula will change Blacks into White. The Black experience is not the undoing of the White racist demi-gods; instead, it is the doings of the reconstructed niggers towards the redemption, freedom, of Black individuals.
2022-09-18 By VK Ogilvie

The rest of the ceremony drifted past her, dreamlike and harmonious. She didn't so much hear the words spoken as feel them sink into her. Her soul-mate had found her and linked his heart to hers.

Author: Janith Hooper

Publisher: Janith Hooper


Category: Fiction

Page: 460

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After four months on the job, twenty-four-year-old Rebecca Harper has become something of a jack-of-all-trades on the Cooper Bar-6 Ranch…except for her cooking. But the four strapping sons who run the ranch in their father’s absence need wise counsel more than unburnt bread, and Rebecca is perfect for the job. Whether dealing with the driven eldest, the belligerent youngest, or the personalities in between, she recognizes the source of each young man’s pain is a lifetime of a father’s indifference. As soon as the rogue returns, Rebecca aims to give “Mr. Cooper” a thick piece of her mind. Not that dishing out hard truth will make her feel any more alive. Past betrayal has taught her to live at arm’s length from anyone who might mean too much to her. So she cooks and cleans and counsels, at once harboring anger against a man she has never met and numbing herself against the life she has forgotten to desire. Until one night, one thunder storm, and one heroic stranger changes it all. In that fleeting moment, Rebecca Harper dares to hope her heart will beat again.
2020-09-01 By Janith Hooper

The heart of the frog , as we have just said , will continue to beat for hours after removal from the body even after the cavities have been cleared of blood , and indeed when they are almost empty of all fluid . The beats thus carried ...

Author: Sir Michael Foster


ISBN: UCAL:B2955273

Category: Animal mechanics


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No matter what language we speak, no matter where we live in the world, our hearts beat with the same rhythm. We may hear and say the sounds differently—like doki doki in Japanese, tu tump in Italian, bum bum bum in Spanish, du-dunk, ...

Author: Rina Singh

Publisher: Orca Book Publishers

ISBN: 9781459825703

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 25

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A beautiful photographic board book featuring babies from all over the world and the sounds their hearts make as they beat with love. No matter what language we speak, no matter where we live in the world, our hearts beat with the same rhythm. We may hear and say the sounds differently—doki doki in Japanese, tu tump tu tump in Italian, dugeun dugeun in Korean, dhak dhak in Urdu, boum boum in French and thump thump in English—but when our hearts beat, all the sounds mean the same thing: you are alive and you are loved.
2021-04-13 By Rina Singh

When the coupled beats were present , beard over the entire heart . As a rule the heart beat was no second sound followed the later of the two , so that the siogle , but from time to time there was a double beat . sounds ran 121-121 ...



ISBN: UOM:39015004442326

Category: Medicine


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