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Author: Gina Ingoglia; Jose Cardona
Publisher: New York : Golden Pub. Co., 1998.
Genre: Legends, Electronic books
Notes: 1 online resource (24 unnumbered pages) : color illustrations.
Responsibility: Disney's Mulan
Other titles: Mulan
Mulan (Motion picture)
Edition: eBook : Document : Juvenile audience : English : First edition
All the things you are --
Among my souvenirs --
Angel eyes --
Bernie's tune --
The best things in life are free --
But beautiful --
Button up your overcoat --
Bye bye blackbird --
Can't help lovin' dat man --
Candy --
Chances are --
Crazy rhythm --
Darn that dream --
A day in the life of a fool --
Dearly beloved --
'Deed I do --
Easy to love --
The end of a love affair --
Falling in love with love --
A fine romance --
For you, for me, for evermore --
From this moment on --
(I don't stand) a ghost of a chance (with you) --
Hello, young lovers --
Honeysuckle Rose --
How insensitive --
I can't get started --
I can't give you anything but love --
I concentrate on you --
I cried for you --
I should care --
I will wait for you --
I'll be around --
I'll be seeing you --
I'll never smile again --
I'll take romance --
I'm old fashioned --
Imagination --
Indiana (Back home again in Indiana) --
It all depends on you --
It might as well be spring --
It never entered my mind --
It's only a paper moon --
It's the talk of the town --
Jersey bounce --
The last time I saw Paris --
Let's get away from it all --
Life is just a bowl of cherries --
Little girl blue --
Lollipops and roses --
Long ago (and far away) --
Love walked in --
A lovely way to spend an evening --
Lover man --
Mean to me --
Meditation --
Misty --
Moon over Miami --
My romance --
Nice work if you can get it --
Oh! what it seemed to be --
Ol' man river --
On a clear day (you can see forever) --
Once upon a summertime --
One note samba --
Our day will come --
Pick yourself up --
Poinciana --
Quiet nights of quiet stars --
Samba de Orfeu --
Seems like old times --
Smoke gets in your eyes --
The song is you --
A Sunday kind of love --
The surrey with the fringe on top --
Sweet Sue, just you --
That's life --
There are such things --
There is no greater love --
They didn't believe me --
The things we did last summer --
This could be the start of something --
This love of mine --
The thrill is gone --
The touch of your lips --
Tuxedo junction --
Undecided --
Under a blanket of blue --
Watch what happens --
'Way down yonder in New Orleans --
The way you look tonight --
What a diff'rence a day made --
What kind of fool am I? --
When my sugar walks down the street --
When you're smiling --
Where or when --
Who's sorry now --
Why do I love you? --
Yesterdays --
You're the cream in my coffee. pt. 1. 1096 --
pt. 2. 1096-1996. Cover title: Caligraphy, technique & uses.
"AL 10"--Cover. When Tony Dungy led the Indianapolis Colts to victory in Super Bowl XLI-- the first African American coach to win the big game--millions wondered, amazed by the success of his quiet, authoritative leadership style: how does he get it done? In this memoir, Dungy reveals the secrets to his success--principles, practices, and priorities that have kept him on track despite overwhelming personal and professional obstacles, including firings, stereotypes, and the tragic loss of a child. In the face of so much adversity, Tony has not only survived but risen to the top of his profession in a way that's won the respect of fans, players, and even his competitors. His thoughts on leading, succeeding, and attaining true significance may inspire you to take a long, hard look at the things that really matter in your own life.--From publisher description. Policy : what is it? how is it made? --
Political and ideological context of policy --
Strategic context of Policy : a look at UK Policy for the four nations --
Communicating and implementing policy and strategy to improve health and well being --
Developing a strategy for implementation of policy --
Tackling health and social inequalities --
Social determinants of health --
housing : a UK Perspective --
Social determinants of health --
Child poverty : a northern Ireland Perspective --
Development and implementation of policy --
Children and Young peeople : a Welsh Perspective --
Communities and Health : A Scottish Perspective --
Lifestyle factors --
Nutrition : An english perspective --
Lifestyle factors --
substance use and misuse : a UK Perspective. "For keyboards/guitar"--Cover. Tampa rain --
Growing up a Dungy --
A black quarterback --
Putting God first --
Leading to Lauren --
Learning to lead --
An unlikely opening --
Building the faculty --
Do what we do --
Filling the corners --
Defining success --
Hurricanes and tornados --
Tampa 2 and open hearts --
Walking the plank --
A soft landing --
A birthday blessing --
Death by inches --
An unforgettable season --
Staying the course --
Race to the Super Bowl. Paperback. In 1996 the world commemorated the 900th anniversary of the First Crusade or, more precisely, of the pogroms unleashed by the crusade upon the Jews of the Rhineland. In the Year 1096 ... presents a clear, highly readable chronicle of the events of 1096. Noted teacher and historian Robert Chazan brings readers to critical moments in Jewish history, illuminating the events themselves, their antecedents the significance of the events of 1096 within the larger framework of Jewish history, including both the scope of persecution and the record of Jewish resistance. Acknowledgements --
Introduction --
Earliest images --
The dreams of many cultures intertwined --
Icons of the Street of Dreams --
The renaissance of East Sixth Street --
An hour on Sixth Street today. Now listed in the National Register of Historic Places, Sixth Street began more than 170 years ago as the only level pathway into the town of Austin from the east. Originally called Pecan Street, throughout its history the street was also a level playing field for merchants and minorities, for moneyed dynasties and little mom-and-pop places. When Austin was a segregated society, Sixth Street was a standout exception where people of all races lived and worked. Loved by Austin residents and visitors alike, Sixth Street is Texas's most famous thoroughfare. Introduction --
Movies come to Milwaukee --
The first picture theaters --
Downtown's great white way --
The neighborhood theaters --
Pioneers and personalities --
After World War II --
Ghosts of theaters past.