Totally Automated Personnel System

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Der Hase Taps / Clumsy Bunny

Eine Liedergeschichte zum Mitsingen mit Noten und MP3 / A story to sing along with sheet music and MP3

Author: Johanna Kellerer

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 3750450226

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 24

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Der Hase Taps hat viel zu tun, denn Ostern steht vor der Tür. Das bedeutet jede Menge Arbeit für den kleinen Hasen, der seinen Namen nicht von ungefähr trägt. Bis alles fertig ist passieren ihm einige lustige Pannen und Missgeschicke. So schiebt er nicht nur die Schokoladen in den Backofen, er bringt leider auch noch den Farbtopf zum Explodieren. Ob es ihm gelingt, rechtzeitig bis Ostern alle Nester zu verstecken? Eine liebevoll illustrierte Liedergeschichte in Reimform inklusive Noten zum Mitsingen und Nachspielen und Downloadlink zum fetzigen Hasensong von Johanna Kellerer. Clumsy Bunny has a lot to do, because Easter is just around the corner. That means a lot of work for the little bunny, which does not bear his name by chance. Until everything is ready, he has to deal with a number of funny mishaps and misfortunes. So he not only puts the chocolates into the oven, but unfortunately he also makes the paint pot explode. Will he manage to hide all the nests in time for Easter? A lovingly illustrated song story in rhyme form, including sheet music to sing and play along with and a download link to Johanna Kellerer's groovy bunny song.


A Novel

Author: Willie Morris

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 9780618219025

Category: Fiction

Page: 352

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In a final work by the author of My Dog Skip, sixteen-year-old Mississippi boy Swayze Barksdale is called upon to play "Taps" at the funerals of his neighborhood's young Korean War casualties and comes into a more mature understanding of friendship, love, and patriotism. Reprint.

When God Taps You on the Shoulder

The Story of Clairvoyant Lillian Cosby

Author: Gloria S. Bush,Lillian Cosby

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 0595362044

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 168

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Many people dismiss the world of the paranormal as impossible. Others, based on their own unsatisfactory experiences, conclude that all claims of profound intuitiveness amount to fakery. Fictionalized images of sorcerers and soothsayers consorting with unholy forces linger among us, while media exposés of pseudo-psychics leave little room for the voices of genuinely gifted extrasensory consultants to be heard and fairly judged. When God Taps You On The Shoulder is a response to these common negative connotations. It is the testimony of Lillian Cosby, a woman whose supernatural gifts were evident from early childhood, but who did not accept her abilities until her early thirties. In service to those who seek her, Lillian Cosby's biography ranges from city neighbors, schoolchildren, and high national government officials, to the glitter of the entertainment world, corporate Tokyo, and beyond. Beneath the brilliance of her own star status, however, Lillian remains grounded in Spirit. When God Taps You On The Shoulder offers wisdom born of experience as well as concrete spiritual techniques to move us towards a deeper relationship with the Divine.

Taps For A Jim Crow Army

Letters from Black Soldiers in World War II

Author: Phillip McGuire

Publisher: University Press of Kentucky

ISBN: 0813148995

Category: History

Page: 320

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Many black soldiers serving in the U.S. Army during World War II hoped that they might make permanent gains as a result of their military service and their willingness to defend their country. They were soon disabused of such illusions. Taps for a Jim Crow Army is a powerful collection of letters written by black soldiers in the 1940s to various government and nongovernment officials. The soldiers expressed their disillusionment, rage, and anguish over the discrimination and segregation they experienced in the Army. Most black troops were denied entry into army specialist schools; black officers were not allowed to command white officers; black soldiers were served poorer food and were forced to ride Jim Crow military buses into town and to sit in Jim Crow base movie theaters. In the South, German POWs could use the same latrines as white American soldiers, but blacks could not. The original foreword by Benjamin Quarles, professor emeritus of history at Morgan State University, and a new foreword by Bernard C. Nalty, the chief historian in the Office of Air Force History, offer rich insights into the world of these soldiers.


Tactical Application of Practical Shooting: Recognize the Void in Your Tactical Training

Author: Patrick McNamara

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 1440109591

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 168

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Recognize the void in your tactical training Train like you fight Maintain safety at all times Choose targets that force accountability Develop a series of standards Patrick McNamara spent twenty-two years in the United States Army in a myriad of special operations units. When he worked in the premier special missions unit, he became an impeccable marksman, shooting with accurate, lethal results and tactical effectiveness. McNamara has trained tactical applications of shooting to people of all levels of marksmanship, from varsity level soldiers, U.S. Secret Service agents and police officers who work the streets to civilians with little to no time behind the trigger. His military experience quickly taught him that there is more to tactical marksmanship than merely squeezing the trigger. Utilizing his years of experience, McNamara developed a training methodology that is safe, effective and combat relevant and encourages a continuous thought process. This methodology teaches how to maintain safety at all times and choose targets that force accountability, as well as provides courses covering several categories, including individual, collective, on line and standards. TAPS: Tactical Application of Practical Shooting: Recognize the void in your tactical training will increase the confidence and efficiency in your shooting by providing training tips and courses of fire to help you significantly improve your marksmanship. Utilize his tips and techniques and reap the benefits as you shoot.


The Complete 1865 Edition

Author: Walt Whitman

Publisher: New York Review of Books

ISBN: 1590178637

Category: Poetry

Page: 200

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Walt Whitman worked as a nurse in an army hospital during the Civil War and published Drum-Taps, his war poems, as the war was coming to an end. Later, the book came out in an expanded form, including “When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd,” Whitman's passionate elegy for Lincoln. The most moving and enduring poetry to emerge from America’s most tragic conflict, Drum-Taps also helped to create a new, modern poetry of war, a poetry not just of patriotic exhortation but of somber witness. Drum-Taps is thus a central work not only of the Civil War but of our war-torn times. But Drum-Taps as readers know it from Leaves of Grass is different from the work of 1865. Whitman cut and reorganized the book, reducing its breadth of feeling and raw immediacy. This edition, the first to present the book in its original form since its initial publication 150 years ago, is a revelation, allowing one of Whitman’s greatest achievements to appear again in all its troubling glory.

Truths, Taps, and Time

Author: Pete Justus

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 0595216137

Category: Fiction

Page: 436

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What poets have said:With simple, unflinching honesty, Pete weaves history into poetry. He relives the horror of Vietnam, the wonder of the moonshot, and so many memories of his beloved Los Angeles growing and changing. He longs for all we have lost, yet somehow he finds hope in this puzzling world.-Franki Drayus Pete is one of the most powerful poets I have ever heard. His work spans a myriad of subjects and is presented in many different and engaging styles. His imagery and content will provide amazement and inspiration to readers of all ages.-Jack Shafer Whether recounting the fate of his friend, "The Magic Rat", in Vietnam, or expressing his bewilderment or gratitude at the turns his life has taken, Pete's voice is an honest one, aimed from his heart to ours through a jungle of nightmares, " paying interest on a debt that still accrues."-Donn Deedon Pete’s lyrics of remembrance evoke the nostalgia which lingers in all of us . But more, his verses not only recall the past, they examine how its events, both public and private, have created the world we now live in, and therefore reverberate so strongly in the present. —G. Murray Thomas