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Independent Review, 17(4), 541–559. Hope, 1998 Hope, K. R. (1998). Development policy and economic performance in Botswana: Lessons for the transition economies in sub-Saharan Africa. Journal of International Development, 10(4), ...
Author: Jarrett Blaustein
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
Category: Juvenile Fiction
This volume brings together a diverse collection of essays that critically examine issues relating to crime and justice in the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Chapters examine the issues that practitioners face in working to advance this agenda and the possibilities that exist to advance sustainable development outcomes.
Author: Sharon Graffius KuhlmanPublish On: 2011-01
But when the child finds a hidden emerald, hope is restored. Sleeping with the treasure under her pillow, the child learns through her visions to understand the truth behind heartbreak and broken bonds. Only in her Emerald Dreams can ...
Author: Sharon Graffius Kuhlman
Publisher: Tate Publishing
One mother's heart-wrenching decision to abandon her only child opens up a new life for a girl who never truly felt wanted. Living in the mountains with Mattie, An old friend of her mama's, and Orange, a displaced traveling salesman, The child finds the family she's always dreamed of in an unlikely group.Emerald Dreams, Sharon Graffius Kuhlman's bittersweet novel, pulls readers into the Depression era, taking them on a journey of joy and heartache. All too soon, tragic loss overtakes the family with grief. But when the child finds a hidden emerald, hope is restored. Sleeping with the treasure under her pillow, The child learns through her visions to Understand The truth behind heartbreak and broken bonds. Only in herEmerald Dreamscan the secrets of her life be revealed.
In color, the emerald varies from being almost colorless to the darkest shade of green, almost verging on black ... In j the Hope Collection at Amsterdam is a grxid specimen of the beryl, which weighs six ounces, and was bought for ...
Author: Henry Mills Alden
Category: American literature
Harper's informs a diverse body of readers of cultural, business, political, literary and scientific affairs.
“Don't give up hope - Emerald could still be a success. Don't write it offjust yet.” A thought seemed to occur to him and his expression became more serious. “Although it does pose a bit of a problem as regards your transfer, I suppose.
Author: James Baddock
Publisher: Andrews UK Limited
Second in the Cormack and Woodward series. Based on a true story, Emerald is the fast-moving sequel to The Dutch Caper, showing Cormack and Woodward being flown into Berlin in order to bring out ‘Emerald’, the mistress of a high-ranking member of Hitler’s staff in Berlin but also a long-standing British undercover agent. She has been passing on information from Hitler’s Berlin Bunker for several months now, but has now become the object of an intensive Gestapo search. Emerald’s real name is Marianne Kovacs, the Irish born wife of a Hungarian diplomat, who has been working for SIS for four years, but who knows that she stands little chance of survival if she remains in Berlin. (Her character is based on an actual British agent, whose fate in real life remains a mystery.) Cormack, Woodward and Marianne have to escape from a Berlin that is being systematically destroyed by the approaching Soviet Army, with the Gestapo hot on their heels. To add to their problems, the Soviet NKVD (the fore-runner of the KGB) starts to take an interest in them as well…
Emerald was her baby sister, and she had never given up hope that one day she would return to them. Hope had saved her life, keeping her alive when the desire to give in and die had been strong, and hope had led her to Elijah and the ...
Author: Jane Blythe
Publisher: Jane Blythe
Fifteen years is a long time to be missing. Emerald Hatcher was the baby of the Hatcher family. Sweet, kind, compassionate, a dreamer who would give the shirt off her back to someone who needed it more than her. But that was then. What have fifteen years away from her family, tortured and abused, done to her? The Hatcher sisters have been desperate to find the last sister and bring her home, but what they get is not what they bargained for. Is anyone really ready for Emerald Hatcher to return home? ↝ Trigger warning - mature content, issues of sexual assault/abuse, violence ↜ SPLINTERED EMERALD is the fifth book in the Broken Gems series by USA Today bestselling author Jane Blythe. Murder, mystery, suspense, and love in this thrilling romantic suspense! Each book in the series can be read as a standalone but reading in order is encouraged, a guaranteed HEA! Other books in the series Cracked Sapphire - Sapphire and Gideon's story Crushed Ruby - Ruby and Judah's story Fractured Diamond - Diamond and Elijah's story Shattered Amethyst - Amethyst and Zeb's story Splintered Emerald - Emerald and Noah's story Salvaging Marigold - Marigold and Jonah's story
Darra, I think it's our only hope. The demon says it will lead us to the Emerald Gate.” “Why?” “It wants to be rewarded with souls, with the spirits of demons we take on the journey there. And... it also mentioned Forsvar and Dromost.
Author: Matt Heppe
Publisher: Matt Heppe
The Emerald Gate is the fifth book in the epic fantasy series, The Orb. General Nidon, Lord Commander of the Army of Salador, leads his knights on a campaign to rid the East Teren of the remnants of Cragor’s shattered army. Soon, the Saladorans will assault Rigaria itself and by defeating them bring a lasting peace. When news arrives that Ayja has disappeared and a Summoner army threatens to conquer Belen, Nidon turns his attention south. He will fight his way across the world to save both an empire and a daughter he loves more than life. Trapped in the world of Dromost, a world where one either consumes or is consumed, Ayja is caught in a never-ending battle to survive. Even bearing the Shield of Forsvar and the Hammer of Dromost, she isn’t safe. The very items that make her a Power make her a target. When a demon offers her a bargain, she must weigh the terrible price he demands. How big a risk does she take… how many lives does she put in peril… for the sake of her own freedom?
"I certainly hope so. Sometimes, though, I wish Sylvia hadn't found us." "It is beyond us, Natasha. You are an emerald eye wizard, and the gods have set your destiny. We can only surmise why you have been sent back to us.
Author: Ross Richdale
Publisher: Ross Richdale
Cindy Meikin, a high school senior, has a strange experience that puts her in contact with Sylvia, a girl her own age from another world. After taking Sylvia home she discovers that her mother, Natasha and herself came from this world and not from Eastern Europe as she had always been told. Cindy, Natasha and Sylvia return to through a void to find themselves involved in an ongoing war against foreign invaders. They meet Archwizard Lightshield, who originally knew Natasha, in a castle under siege. Cindy also finds that she is an Emerald Eye Wizard and has strange magical powers in this new land that come to her without being called upon. The adventure continues with Cindy’s powers becoming stronger and seemingly being controlled by some unknown force. Other characters include dwarfs helping to defend Uronia, Prince Gerard from a northern country in the same world and some dragons they seek out to help in their battles. But why has this all happened to Cindy? What is her real connection with Sylvia and will the pair be able to drive off a ruthless enemy?
HOPE . Open me up into this world That I be flawless like a Diamond In hopes I have intangible rings like Saturn A wild idea: that you will love me for who I am I taste the wind and it is there I know of sorrow Like the back of my ...
Author: Susan Joyner-Stumpf
Puncture Beyond Emerald is a journey of the soul ... finding acceptance, seeking answers, admitting imperfections and acknowledging love and its alter ego hate. Just as it is realistic it is also a flirt with imagination. Come take a poetic ride in which you probably won't look back.
"Give them some hope for the future," smiled Oscar. "These people have lived through misery. Queen Marta came as a savior to them, only to be killed when their spirits had been raised. They want desperately to believe that things will ...
Author: Richard S. Tuttle
Publisher: KBS Publishing
Although Queen Marta has secured the throne in Tagaret, the city is still not safe for Prince Arik. Remnants of the Council still seek to end the monarchy, and the city is riddled with agents of the Dark One. Even though it has long been expected, the march northward of the army of Lanoir sends shivers down the spines of everyone paying attention. As the forces of Abuud, Sarac, and Emperor Hanchi begin to converge on Tagaret, Prince Arik is forced to make a giant step towards his destiny to rule Alcea. Sarac's Ravens continue to track the Alcea Rangers and battle with them becomes assured. The search for the Emerald of the Elves is complicated by an elven queen who does not wish the Ancient Prophecy to be completed, and a failure of the Sword of Heavens to locate the gem. The quest to fulfill the Ancient Prophecy becomes more dangerous than ever as the battles begin to take their toll on the Alcea Rangers. Meanwhile, the Mage discovers the shocking truth about the Darkness, a truth so unthinkable that it makes the rule of Sarac almost desirable. Delve into an adventure that it rife with danger, magic, deceit, and betrayal.
By dawn the next day his hope had mixed with doubt and pessimism and so he did not initially see a difference in the guard's manner when he entered the cell. His commands to march into the prison courtyard stunned Karlton, ...
Author: Kelly Savage
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
EMERALD EARTH, EMERALD ICE Bart finally finds his son, who was abducted as an infant in Book One. However, the shocking truth almost destroys him and his children. One goes to Vietnam in hopes of dying. John Jean and Karensa’s twin sons in Venezuela take different paths, one becoming an activist Catholic priest while the other undertakes a perilous rescue mission in the Amazonian jungle. The youngest son returns to confront the father who sent him away when he was a small boy. The four sons and daughter from Book One’s love triangle enter adulthood facing difficult trials and painful truths... EMERALD MISTS Kara is back. She finishes college and goes forth to claim her beloved ranch in Aspen, Colorado. She takes part in a wild mustang Gather and goes on an action-filled Amazon river adventure with two men, both related through to her through her grandparents, Bart and Karensa. One holds the secret of the lost Cherokee “Karensa Emerald”.
They had given them a small gift of hope for the survival against the world outside their ocean village. The beach was grey and empty and cold, colourful sun chairs of roaring red and blissful blues were locked away from the beach, ...
Author: Francesca Fratamico
Publisher: Book Guild Publishing
Set in a small fishing town in southern Italy called Termoli and centred around, and narrated by, the ancient castle at the heart of the town that views the stories and lives of the towns’ inhabitants. The novel revolves around Thomas (an English fisherman), his flatmate Roderigo and a mysterious woman, Mariella. Thomas and Roderigo both fall under Mariella’s spell, but as their relationships strengthen, friendships are destroyed, falsehoods are told, and dark pasts are revealed. Emeralds Among the Sand considers the subject of love in many forms, from conditional to unrequited love and shows how love can both trap us and set us free. Francesca Fratamico takes us to the heart of an Italian town full of intriguing characters and complex stories.
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I hope you keep on reading and enjoying them. I would also like to thank Maxine McArthur for being so supportive of the Cry Havoc series and for encouraging me to keep writing, more and more. It was great to work with you Max.
Author: Donna Maree Hanson
Publisher: Donna Maree Hanson
A book of manners, magic and mayhem! After Edward and Jemima's honeymoon is cut short by a severed head landing in their marriage bed, they must away to London to devise a way to defeat the ravenous beast, Geneck, and Jemima must be the bait. Newspaper headlines reveal carnage in London streets and the police and the secret brotherhood of magicians are pounding at the door, demanding answers from Edward. Joined by Fulton, Edward and Jemima begin to scour the dark places of London: sewers and newly-constructed underground railway tunnels. Their only chance is to find Geneck's lair and end him in daylight, when he is weak. But the monster's minions protect him and the road to safety is not clear. When Jemima is taken, Edward is beside himself. Who has taken her and how is he going to get her back? Deeper into magic he must go, and Milly and Aunt Prudence join in the fight to rid the world of Geneck. But will that be enough?
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My emeralds are in there ! Open the door , or he will make off with my - my emeralds ! ' ' Safe , my child ? Don't stand before that door , ' cried Miss Fennimore , pulling Phoebe back with a fond , eager grasp .
Author: Jürgen SchaarwächterPublish On: 2015-02-27
Fourth Movement: Green – the colour of Emeralds, Hope, Youth, Joy, Spring, and Victory The finale can roughly be described as a double fugue. The first subject is given at the outset to the violas, and the exposition is mainly on the ...
Author: Jürgen Schaarwächter
Publisher: Georg Olms Verlag
Die britische Sinfonik ist erst in jüngster Zeit ins allgemeine Interesse gerückt. Ein Überblick über die sinfonische Entwicklung im Vereinigten Königreich seit den Anfängen im 18. Jahrhundert bis ins 20. Jahrhundert blieb aber bis heute ein Desideratum. Der hier vorgelegte Überblick zeigt, wie sich die Identität einer britischen Sinfonik über mehr als hundert Jahre entwickelte, geprägt durch Einflüsse vom europäischen Kontinent und von dem Bedürfnis, eigene Wege zu finden. Gegen Ende des 19. Jahrhunderts nahm das sinfonische Schaffen in Großbritannien stark zu, brachte jedoch erst mit Edward Elgar einen prominenten Vertreter von internationalem Rang hervor. Ein besonderer Schwerpunkt dieser Publikation liegt auf jenen Werken, die zu einem gewissen Grade von anderen überschattet wurden, unveröffentlicht oder unaufgeführt blieben. Das Ergebnis ist das Bild einer vielgestaltigen sinfonischen Landschaft Großbritanniens, das die ästhetischen Perspektiven der einzelnen Komponisten wie auch ihre soziokulturellen Kontexte erhellt. Ein umfangreiches Verzeichnis aller bekannten Werke und eine ausführliche Bibliographie laden zu weiterer Erkundung des Sujets ein. Only in relatively recent times has any real attention been given to British symphonies. So a comprehensive survey, showing what exists and how the situation in the United Kingdom developed, from the beginnings in the 18th century until well into the 20th century, is long overdue. The preliminary survey presented here shows how a British symphonic identity gradually took shape over more than a century, through influences from abroad and, at home, enterprising attempts to find new ways of expression. By the end of the 19th century, British symphonists had produced an impressive body of work, yet only with the appearance of Elgar’s two symphonies in the following decade did this flourishing school find a champion of international renown. In this publication, light is shone on those works that have to some extent been overshadowed, as well as on those that have remained unpublished or unperformed. The result is a multi-faceted panorama of British symphonism, offering many insights into the composers’ thinking and their socio-cultural contexts. A comprehensive catalogue of all known works and an extensive bibliography invite readers to delve further into the subject.
My sister Hope, Brother Cain, and Cousin Joy rushed her into the emergency room; the doctors told them she was okay and just had a panic attack. My sister Hope told me Emerald shook like she had been frostbite, but Emerald was not a ...
Author: Michael Miller
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
This is a novel about a young African American brother and his family who experienced many problems in life. This novel is fiction, and it is not factual in any way form or fashion. I had a hard life growing up as an African American male, but this novel does not tell any true story. It is fictional—for entertainment purposes only. I am writing this book so people could have hope. I truly believe sometimes in this life many of us are doomed by bad fate. Because of trials and tribulations, we lose our faith in God. We end up believing a change will never come. I hope this novel will inspire you to never give up on your dreams or anything you want in life. This novel is dedicated to my dear and departed mother, Catherine Miller. She was my hero. I have been inspired by many people, such as the Jackson singing family, John H. Johnson, Tyler Perry, E. Lynn Harris, Langston Hughes, Paul Robeson, Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X., Les Brown, and Denzel Washington. A special thanks to Lois Britton and Devell Porter, who are dear friends of mine. I hope you will enjoy When My Season Comes.
Author: Richard NEWTON (D.D., Rector of St. Paul's Church, Philadelphia.)Publish On: 1868
He had seen the emerald rainbow . He had heard what Jesus said about those who love Him , how they shall be made “ equal to the angels . ” He had that blessed hope in his heart . It was like a precious jewel , like a beautiful emerald ...
Author: Richard NEWTON (D.D., Rector of St. Paul's Church, Philadelphia.)