Author: Roderick Grant
Publisher: Farnham, Surrey : Triple Cat Publishing, ©1989.
ISBNISSN: 1871936012, 9781871936018
Notes: 157 pages : illustrations
Responsibility: Strathalder : a Highland estate
Edition: Print book : English
Strathalder does not exist as a specific locality in Scotland but is portrayed in this book as a typical example of the Scottish country estate.
"Time for The Talk will help fathers walk their sons through one of the most important conversations of their lives. The Talk is much broader than just a talk about sexuality; it s a conversation about manhood, about right decisions, about Christ. With Time for The Talk you will give your son what he needs to steer through the moral and spiritual confusion of this world and make wise, godly, character-forming decisions. You will be equipping him to enter true manhood a passage that many young men today simply never make. This book provides a complete framework for discussing the key areas of manhood that every boy should learn from his father. Through the talk you will open a channel of communication based on truth and love that will endure for life. Your son will never have to say, I just didn t know, or I didn t have anyone to turn to for advice."--Publisher description. A biography of one of professional wrestling's unlikely heroes. Much more to talk about --
The culture clash --
Manhood as designed by god --
The virtues of manhood --
Planning "the talk" --
Beginning "the talk" --
Male and female anatomy --
How to treat women --
Sexual perversions --
What is safe sex? --
Abuse and abusers --
Work and career --
Considering a wife --
Three final truths. The Mammoth Cave region: where natural wonders offer fame and fortune --
The cave explorer: visions of rags to riches --
Great Crystal Cave: the discovery of a lifetime --
Trapped in Sand Cave: a nation becomes gripped in one man's struggle --
Recovery from Sand Cave: disorder, distrust, and death --
The funeral: a final resting place? --
Sand Cave aftermath: Floyd Collins becomes a tourist attraction --
Other Collins Caves: using the Collins name to profit --
Over 90 years later: the legend and story continue. A special adaptation for children of Marley and me. This recording contains program announcements from a broadcast of Minnesota Radio Talking Book. Catalog of the exhibition at Gagosian Gallery, Rome, Italy, June 4 to August 6, 2005.
Includes an essay, in English and Italian, by Mark Francis. Dedicated to documenting the compelling graphics, art projects, and cultural movements of international resistance and liberation struggles, this unique resource serves as an active discussion of the role of art in revolution. Introducing the artists and cultural workers who have been at the center of upheavals and revolts, this work expands beyond graphic arts and includes political posters, comics, murals, zines, and features works from both present and past?from political freight train graffiti to subversive photo montages in 1980s San Francisco. [V.] 1. Cheapside --
parishes of All Hallows Honey Lane, St. Martin Pomary, St. Mary le Bow, St. Mary Colechurch and St. Pancras Soper Lane / Derek Keen and Vanessa Harding. The founder of the Equal Justice Initiative in Montgomery, Alabama recounts his experiences as a lawyer working to assist those desperately in need, reflecting on his pursuit of the ideal of compassion in American justice.
"Bryan Stevenson was a young lawyer when he founded the Equal Justice Initiative, a legal practice dedicated to defending those most desperate and in need: the poor, the wrongly condemned, and women and children trapped in the farthest reaches of our criminal justice system. One of his first cases was that of Walter McMillian, a young man who was sentenced to die for a notorious murder he insisted he didn't commit. The case drew Bryan into a tangle of conspiracy, political machination, and legal brinksmanship--and transformed his understanding of mercy and justice forever. Just Mercy is at once an unforgettable account of an idealistic, gifted young lawyer's coming of age, a moving window into the lives of those he has defended, and an inspiring argument for compassion in the pursuit of true justice"--Amazon.com.
At head of title: University of London: Institute of Historical Research, social and economic study of medieval London.
Each volume consists of printed pages and microfiches in a loose-leaf binder. Includes indexes. "Defines an exhaustive list of terms typically used in prophetic ministry"--Provided by publisher. "100 years of photographs"--Cover. Introduction : higher ground --
Mockingbird players --
Trials and tribulation --
The old rugged cross --
Of the coming of John --
Surely doomed --
Justice denied --
All God's children --
I'm here --
I'll fly away --
Mother, mother --
Cruel and unusual --
The stonecatchers' song of sorrow --
Epilogue. Revolutionary War veterans buried in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania cemeteries. Title from container.
"My improbable journey to the main event of wrestling"--Container. "Collects Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor year three #5-8"--Page 4 of cover. Cover; Copyright; Contents; The Future of Xicana Printmaking: Alec Dunn and Josh MacPhee interview the Taller Tupac Amaru; The Adventures of Red Rat: Alec Dunn interviews Johannes van de Weert; Hard Travelin': A photo essay with IMPEACH; Early 20th-Century Anarchist Imprints; Mexico 68: The Graphic Production of a Movement: Santiago Armengod interviews Felipe Hernandez Moreno; Adventure Playgrounds: A photo essay; Designing Anarchy: Dan Poyner interviews Rufus Segar. Floyd Collins is perhaps the most famous person you have probably never heard of. Collins was a Kentucky cave explorer who was trapped for more than two weeks during the winter of 1925 in a cave located within the boundaries of what is now Mammoth Cave National Park. Collins had no fear of exploring the most difficult cave passages, and few people could match his persistence and endurance. The story of Floyd Collins becoming trapped, then buried alive, and ultimately dying alone in a cave held a powerful grip on the hearts and minds of people the world over. The resulting media coverage put Mammoth Cave on the map and helped usher the actual designation of Mammoth Cave as a national park. His explorations laid the foundation for others to later discover that Mammoth Cave was the longest cave in the world. Includes index. "Revised 1999"--Title page verso.