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Snowed In, Deep by A.D. Renaline

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English | [email protected] kbps | 19 min | 27.3 MB
I had a plan… It was bulletproof. Or so I thought. Get a degree, find a decent job… Not so much. Now two years into "adulting" I was a nanny AND an Uber driver with a massive student loan debt. I guess almost everyone else my age was in the same boat. So.. jobs are hard to find. But luck fell into my lap and I landed a gig at a small northern town TV Station reporting news. I would love to say I made it to North Slope but I didn’t. I’m not even entirely sure about what happened that night… did Beau protect me from the Wolves or was that all in my head?


Deep hiStories Gender and Colonialism in Southern Africa

Free Download Patricia Hayes, "Deep hiStories: Gender and Colonialism in Southern Africa "
English | ISBN: 9042012196 | 2002 | 356 pages | PDF | 91 MB
Deep hiStories represents the first substantial publication on gender and colonialism in Southern Africa in recent years, and suggests methodological ways forward for a post-apartheid and postcolonial generation of scholars. The volume’s theorizing, which is based on Southern African regional material, is certain to impact on international debates on gender – debates which have shifted from earlier feminisms towards theorizations which include sexual difference, subjectivities, colonial (and postcolonial) discourses and the politics of representation.


Beyond Deep Blue Chess in the Stratosphere

Free Download Beyond Deep Blue: Chess in the Stratosphere by Monty Newborn
English | PDF(True) | 2011 | 290 Pages | ISBN : 0857293400 | 23.07 MB
More than a decade has passed since IBM’s Deep Blue computer stunned the world by defeating Garry Kasparov, the world chess champion at that time. Following Deep Blue’s retirement, there has been a succession of better and better chess playing computers, or chess engines, and today there is little question that the world’s best engines are stronger at the game than the world’s best human players.


The Right to Pain Relief and Other Deep Roots of the Opioid Epidemic [Audiobook]

Free Download The Right to Pain Relief and Other Deep Roots of the Opioid Epidemic (Audiobook)
English | ASIN: B0BXFQT97G | 2023 | 10 hours and 12 minutes | [email protected] kbps | 281 MB
Author: Mark D. Sullivan, Jane C. Ballantyne
Narrator: Justin Price

The Right to Pain Relief and Other Deep Roots of the Opioid Epidemic offers a new lens through which to view the opioid epidemic as a consequence of serious misunderstandings of both opioids and pain. Based on their extensive research and experience with chronic pain care, science, ethics, and policy, the authors look beyond the usual villains-pharmaceutical companies and pharmacotherapy distributors-to examine the ethical and scientific concepts about pain that made the opioid epidemic possible.