Land Of The Free

Author: Jeffry Hepple
Publisher: Jeffry S. Hepple
ISBN: 1452400369
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August 22, 1812 Michigan Territory Yank awoke to blinding sunlight. The woman
who had said her name was Annabelle was opening the curtains and the man
who had identified himself as a doctor was standing in the doorway. “How long
have I been here?” Yank mumbled. “A few days,” The man said. “Your fever's
broken and I think you're out of immediate danger.” Yank tried to sit up. “No, no.”
The man moved toward him. “You need to stay flat on your back until your ribs
knit.

Lessons From The Land Of Pork Scratchings

Author: Greg Gutfeld
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1847399517
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I never got arrested, mugged or beaten up. I did throw up once, but that was from
food poisoning. If anything, for me, the most remarkable thing about being in
England was how much didn't happen. The only thing I could point out for sure
that occurred was a significant transformation in my mental outlook. I became
happier. And so that's what this book is about: how a Yank finds the secret to
happiness in the land of blood pudding, scotch eggs and Jeremy Paxman. But
first there needs ...

No Man S Land

Author: Susan Campbell Bartoletti
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
ISBN: 9780590383714
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NOW THAT THE YANKEES were closer, Thrasher could make out their faces in
the moonlight. The taller Yank had a boyish face like Tims. The second Yank was
shorter and older. He had a beard that stuck out, reminding Thrasher of a picture
he'd seen of a lion. Lion Beard spoke first. "I know it must look awful crazy to
return this here Reb. But it didn't seem Christian to let him die among strangers or
alone in the woods where we found him." The tall Yank with the smart mouth
nodded ...

Wild Life In The Land Of The Giants A Tale Of Two Brothers

Author: Gordon Stables
Publisher: Litres
ISBN: 5040515405
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Yank! Yank! Yank!” they shouted a hundred times o'er. (Father! father! father!)
Had he possessed a score of hands they would have shaken them all, while the
pretty children who could not reach high enough must catch and kiss the border
of his guanaco robe. They took away his horse. He must walk the rest of the way.
He must be in their midst and tell them all his adventures. Their Yank must speak
to his children, and tell them too what he had brought them. The girls had culled
wild ...

The Tory Islanders

Author: Robin Fox
Publisher: CUP Archive
ISBN: 9780521292986
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There is much discussion and dispute about how exactly this would work out, but
the order of precedence, as far as inheritance is concerned, is clear. Similarly, it
is agreed that Jimmy the Yank's land should revert to the descendants of Roger
McClafferty and Grannia Doherty, should his daughters not want it. If we look to
the McClafferty genealogy (Genealogy 4) we will see that a number of offspring
did not receive a share of the original land. Of the children of Roger, neither
Biddy nor ...

No Man S Land

Author: John Toland
Publisher: Vintage
ISBN: 0525563261
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Drawing on new sources—diaries, memoirs, vivid personal experiences—here is a book that for sheer excitement, drama, vigor, and emotional impact rivals the greatest novels, history marvelously told by the incomparable John Toland.

Star Park

Author: Terry S. Goudy
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595388574
Size: 14.59 MB
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To land somewhere To fill The Tank again. YeT ScoTT saw no sighT of ground
To land on. Only more sea. ScoTT rapped on The side of The plane To gain
Mosaul's aTTenTion. Mosaul, in The seaT behind ScoTT, scooTed forward so
ThaT The wind wouldn'T yank away The words. He cupped a hand and spoke
inTo ScoTT's ear. “Yes, Prince." Fora momenT, ScoTT Turned sideways Toward
Mosaul. “I don'T see any sighT of land," he shouTed. “Yes," Mosaul agreed
glumly. “And we're ...

An Assessment Of Female Participation In Minor Irrigation Systems Of Sri Lanka

Author: Irna van der Molen
Publisher: IWMI
ISBN: 9290904305
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Tank rehabilitation projects have resulted in extension of the command area in
three villages. Allocation of paddy lands in the command area of a tank is highly
attractive to farmers: both for those who do not have any paddy land as yet, and
for those who would like to extend the size of their land under the tank. Land
allocation might be related to the consolidation of encroached land or to an
extension of the command area after tank rehabilitation. The formal selection
criteria, ...

Early India

Author: Romila Thapar
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520242258
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Groves of mangoes and plantains were a regular feature of the landscape. Oil
extracted from the seeds of cotton and gingelly were much in demand. A special
category of land, eripatti, or tank land, is mentioned. Donated by individuals, the
revenue from this land was set apart for the maintenance of the village tank. This
indicates the dependence of the village on tank irrigation, although irrigation with
water from wells was next in importance. Rainwater increased the volume stored
in ...

Progress In Scale Modeling Volume Ii

Author: Kozo Saito
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319103083
Size: 43.62 MB
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SPH element: 943,950 Rigid body or Elastic-plastic body model Total nodes:
316,400 Water column: 6.7m x 12m x 20m Small cylindrical tank (obstacle or
flotsam, oil inclusion): 4.0m dia. x 4.0m height Slope Large cylindrical tank (land
structure): 8.0m dia. x 8.0m height Rigid body model Fig. 6 Computational
geometry for small tank mixed tsunami impacting a land structure cylindrical tank
was fixed to the ground and was assumed to be hollow (empty) with a shell
thickness of 20 mm.