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Lost Stories in the Discovery of Antartctica John Harrison. Forgotten Footprints Lost Stories in the Discovery of Antarctica John Harrison For Celia, who found me there. Front Cover.

Author: John Harrison

Publisher: Parthian Books

ISBN: 9781908946218

Category: Travel

Page: 464

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Forgotten Footsteps won Creative Non-Fiction Wales Book of the Year 2013. Following Wales' Book of the Year Award 2011 winning Cloud Road, comes Forgotten Footprints, a history of the Antarctic Peninsula, South Shetland Islands and the Weddell Sea, the most visited places in Antarctica. In 12 years John has visited over 40 times and guides and lectures on adventure cruise ships. He delivers a selection of highly readable accounts of the merchantmen, navy men, sealers, whalers, and aviators who, with scientists and adventurers drew the first ghostly maps of the white continent.
2012-05-01 By John Harrison

Administration 51(3):73–89 Koops BJ (2011) Forgetting footprints, shunning shadows: a critical analysis of the “right to be forgotten” in big data practice. SCRIPTed 8:229–256 Lesaffer R (2019) Wiping the slate clean... for now: Amnesty ...

Author: Franz Werro

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030335120

Category: Law

Page: 318

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This book examines the right to be forgotten and finds that this right enjoys recognition mostly in jurisdictions where privacy interests impose limits on freedom of expression. According to its traditional understanding, this right gives individuals the possibility to preclude the media from revealing personal facts that are no longer newsworthy, at least where no other interest prevails. Cases sanctioning this understanding still abound in a number of countries. In today’s world, however, the right to be forgotten has evolved, and it appears in a more multi-faceted way. It can involve for instance also the right to access, control and even erase personal data. Of course, these prerogatives depend on various factors and competing interests, of both private and public nature, which again require careful balancing. Due to ongoing technological evolution, it is likely that the right to be forgotten in some of its new manifestations will become increasingly relevant in our societies.
2020-03-06 By Franz Werro

Forgotten. Footprints. “If we confess our sins, He is faithful and righteous to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness” (1 John 1:9 NASB). Transgressions that follow me down the road of life, Cause others ...

Author: Word Knitters

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 9781973683964

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 186

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In their book, Legacy . . . is what we leave in others, Word Knitters has provided an insightful view of the world through the eyes of seven Christian women. These down to earth accounts of individual journeys will expand your perspective in the various circumstances of life. Such times are those of transformation, expression, spiritual growth, and lessons learned. Join them as they share their discoveries with wit and diversity of style. Personal experiences, stories, and poetry are knitted together by these writers to amuse, inspire, and refresh your hearts. To balance the challenges of life one needs to enjoy some good quick reads, and here is one - just at the right time!
2020-02-19 By Word Knitters

At times, I was confident my footprints were worth following. Conversely, as other images came forth, I was hoping they would get washed away immediately, a footprint nobody would follow. That particular run will never be forgotten.

Author: Tommy Bresson

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 9781490885766

Category: Religion

Page: 176

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Though their names are never mentioned, the Gospels are filled with characters that left a footprint. Courage. Friendship. Worship. Explore the lives of the unnamed characters and be challenged to think about the footprint you are leaving behind.
2015-07-29 By Tommy Bresson

In the late twentieth century in Canada, for example, forgetting about the nation's longstanding residential school ... BertJaap Koops, “Forgetting Footprints, Shunning Shadows: A Critical Analysis of the 'Right to Be Forgotten' in Big ...

Author: Kate Eichhorn

Publisher: Harvard University Press

ISBN: 9780674976696

Category: Social Science

Page: 180

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Thanks to Facebook and Instagram, our younger selves have been captured and preserved online. But what happens, Kate Eichhorn asks, when we can’t leave our most embarrassing moments behind? Rather than a childhood cut short by a loss of innocence, the real crisis of the digital age may be the specter of a childhood that can never be forgotten.
2019-07-08 By Kate Eichhorn

Revista de internet, derecho y politica Koops B-J (2011) Forgetting footprints, shunning shadows. A critical analysis of the 'right to be forgotten' in big data practice. Legrand F, Bellamy A (2012) Touche pas à ma ...

Author: Simone van der Hof

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789462650053

Category: Law

Page: 299

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Ensuring online safety has become a topic on the regulatory agenda in many Western societies. However, regulating for online safety is far from easy, due to the wide variety of national and international, private and public actors and stakeholders that are involved. When regulating online risks for children it is important to strike the right balance between protection against harms on the one hand and safeguarding their fundamental freedoms and rights on the other. The authors in this book attempt to grapple with precisely this theme: striking the right balance between ensuring safety for children on the internet while at the same time enabling them to experiment, to learn, to enrich their lives, to acquire skills and to have fun using this global network. The authors come from various scientific disciplines, ranging from law to social science and from media studies to philosophy. This means that the book provides the reader with both empirical and theoretical/conceptual chapters and sheds a multi-disciplinary light on the complex topic of regulating online safety for children.
2014-03-11 By Simone van der Hof

From then on, he looked at the night sky in such a way that it seemed he was looking for footprints that were imprinted there. Forgotten footprints. Abbas' solitude was broken by the sound of approaching footsteps out in the alleyway.

Author: Mahmoud Dowlatabadi

Publisher: Melville House

ISBN: 9781612191805

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 375

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Perhaps the most important work in modern Iranian literature, this starkly beautiful novel examines the trials of an impoverished woman and her children living in a remote village in Iran, after the unexplained disappearance of her husband, Soluch. Lyrical yet unsparing, the novel examines her life as she contends with the political corruption, authoritarianism, and poverty of the village. It follows her vacillations between love for Soluch and anger at his absence, and her struggle to raise her children without their father. The novel critically evokes the unfulfilled aspirations of modern Iran, portraying a society caught between a past and a future that seem equally weighed down by injustice. This landmark novel -- the first ever written in the everyday language of the Iranian people -- revolutionized Persian literature in its beautiful and daring portrayal of the life of a marginal woman and her struggle to survive.
2012-04-10 By Mahmoud Dowlatabadi

Hatley, Allen G. “He Should Not Be Forgotten!” Footprints of Fayette. (accessed October 25, 2005). Robinson, Charles M. III. The Men Who Wear the Star: The Story of the Texas Rangers.

Author: Don Blevins

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781493026159

Category: History

Page: 200

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This unique collection of short biographies of the Lone Star State’s most colorful characters includes headliners Father Miguel Muldoon, the Irish-Spanish Catholic priest and diplomat who helped convert Protestants in order to settle Austin, and six-foot-two prostitute and hotelkeeper Sarah Bowman, who fought as bravely as a man among the Rangers and was buried with full military honors. These are just two of the pioneers who helped build the state amidst wars with Seminoles and Mexicans, gold rushes, and cavalry formations. These fourteen vivid accounts of extraordinary lives are like no other history of Texas and will reach a wide audience of readers who love to read about real people.
2016-09-01 By Don Blevins

They perish alone and forgotten, footprints and bones exposed on some foreign shore or jungle trail, beckoning brother adventurers to take that last aching step towards treasure beyond their wildest dreams. Ah! Dreams!... that word ...

Author: Stan Hall

Publisher: SCB Distributors

ISBN: 9781935487739

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 200

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In 1976, Scottish engineer Stan Hall organized a landmark expedition to the caves of the Tayos Indians in Ecuador, involving a dozen institutions, joint Special Forces and astronaut professor Neil Armstrong as Honorary President and participant. Hall was driven by curiosity about Erich von Däniken's report of a Metal Library allegedly found in the caves by investigator Juan Moricz in the mid-1960s (published in von Däniken's 1972 blockbuster Gold of the Gods). The story was considered unacceptable within an orthodox view of global history, especially in the absence of any ancient written script in South America. On this expedition, Hall began a personal odyssey into the heart of global enigmas: the origins of mankind, Atlantis, Ptolemy's lost city of Cattigara, and the sudden rise and fall of wonder civilizations... a journey that ended with his identification of Atlantis and Cattigara, and the entrance to the Metal Library along the Pastaza River in Ecuador. Chapters include: Juan Moricz-Magyar Extraordinary; Egyptian Tablets of the Mormons; Ecuador: Cradle of Civilization; The Triangle of the Shell, Tunnels Below the Andes; Discovery in the Caves; Neil Armstrong: Second Small Step; Into the Tayos Caves; Treasure of the Incas; Explorers Percy Fawcett and George M. Dyott; Valverde’s Treasure; Tayos Treasure: Analysis and Location; more.
2011-08-07 By Stan Hall

Ethereal Beach Walk He walks among saltwater sea tears skimming forgotten footprints eroding the shore. Translucent silver jewels reflect the sun forming crystalline memories. Child's play echoes off turquoise depths and thunderous ...

Author: Joanne Olivieri


ISBN: 9780359500642



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