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By Two and Two The Scandalous Story of Twin Sisters Accused of a Shocking Crime of Passion [Audiobook]

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English | February 20, 2024 | ASIN: B0CTJ47DJW | M4B@64 kbps | 11h 35m | 301 MB
Author: Jim Schutze | Narrator: Tom Parks
In "a solid account of what appears to be a shocking injustice" an award-winning journalist uncovers the bias that led to a woman’s conviction for murder (The New York Times).


Somacultural Liberation An Indigenous, Two-Spirit Somatic Guide to Integrating Cultural Experiences Toward Freedom [Audiobook]

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English | ASIN: B0CFG9RMRC | 2024 | 7 hours and 17 minutes | M4B@64 kbps | 203 MB
Author: Roger Kuhn
Narrator: Roger Kuhn

Two-Spirit Indigiqueer psychotherapist and cultural theorist Dr. Roger Kuhn illuminates the ways our bodies offer portals to our own liberation. Experience somacultural liberation: A revolutionary ideology to explore how our bodies offer portals to personal and collective freedom. What role does dominant culture play in how we experience the sensations, thoughts, feelings, and deeper existential mysteries of our bodies? Dr. Roger Kuhn, a Poarch Creek Two-Spirit Indigequeer activist, artist, sex therapist, and somacultural theorist, believes that Two-Spirit people hold a unique perspective-and that viewing our bodies through a somacultural lens can help us better understand how dominant culture informs and, all too often, misinforms our relationship to it. Somacultural liberation is an embodied practice that helps people connect with the intersections of their identity.


The Two But Rule [Audiobook]

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Author: John Wolpert
Narrator: Jonathan Todd Ross

English | 2024 | ASIN: B0CT62XLCX | MP3@64 kbps | Duration: 6h 18m | 519 MB
In The Two But Rule: Turn Negative Thinking Into Positive Solutions veteran tech innovator John Wolpert delivers an exciting, hands-on guide to using the principles of Momentum Thinking to get you-and your organization-unstuck. You’ll learn how to build unstoppable velocity for your big idea, product, or strategy as you blast through the endless objections and counterarguments that bedevil every innovator and changemaker.


Powers of Two The Information Universe – Information as the Building Block of Everything (2024)

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English | PDF (True) | 2021 | 189 Pages | ISBN : 3030583449 | 174.9 MB
Is everything Information? This is a tantalizing question which emerges in modern physics, life sciences, astronomy and in today’s information and technology-driven society. In Powers of Two expert authors undertake a unique expedition – in words and images – throughout the world (and scales) of information. The story resembles, in a way, the classic Powers of Ten journeys through space: from us to the macro and the micro worlds . However, by following Powers of Two through the world of information, a completely different and timely paradigm unfolds. Every power of two, 1, 2, 4, 8…. tells us a different story: starting from the creation of the very first bit at the Big Bang and the evolution of life, through 50 years of computational science, and finally into deep space, describing the information in black holes and even in the entire universe and beyond…. All this to address one question: Is our universe made of information? In this book, we experience the Information Universe in nature and in our society and how information lies at the very foundation of our understanding of the Universe.


159 The Sub-Two-Hour Marathon Is Within Reach-Here’s How It Will Go Down, and What It Can Teach All Runners about Training an

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2014 | 240 Pages | ISBN: 1629148377 | EPUB | 2 MB
What will it take to run a marathon in less than two hours? The worldOCOs fastest times for the marathon have been dropping since the distance of 26.2 miles was made official nearly one hundred years ago. But after a noticeable decline that occurred for a half century, the times, while still edging lower, have stalled several minutes north of two hours for the past decade. For the first time, "1:59" examines what it will take for an elite distance runner to go sub?two hours. It will require more than raw talent, optimal body size, and great athletic genes. In order to become marathonOCOs Roger Bannister and smash this elusive record, this runner must follow a healthy diet and an individualized training regimen that takes advantage of specific environmental factors (?live high, train lowOCO). Because precious seconds count over each mile run, other critical considerations include improved running form and economy, sharpened mental focus, and wearing the right type of racing flats (or even going barefoot). The athlete who finally breaks distance runningOCOs most tantalizing barrier will become a worldwide celebrity overnight. Will the runner be a Kenyan, an Ethiopian, an American, or a marathoner from another country? And how soon will it happen? By providing a unique window into the highly competitive world of elite marathon running, this book also allows running enthusiasts to have a thorough understanding of the true potential of endurance athletes. And in turn, they can apply the same training and racing principles discussed in "1:59" to their own running, whether itOCOs a 10K, half marathon, marathon, or ultramarathon. "


Women in Intelligence The Hidden History of Two World Wars [Audiobook]

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English | ASIN: B0CRSTH6NW | 2024 | MP3@64 kbps | ~17:06:00 | 484 MB
A groundbreaking history of women in British intelligence, revealing their pivotal role across the first half of the twentieth century
From the twentieth century onward, women took on an extraordinary range of roles in intelligence, defying the conventions of their time. Across both world wars, far from being a small part of covert operations, women ran spy networks and escape lines, parachuted behind enemy lines, and interrogated prisoners. And, back in Bletchley and Whitehall, women’s vital administrative work in MI offices kept the British war engine running.
In this major, panoramic history, Helen Fry looks at the rich and varied work women undertook as civilians and in uniform. From spies in the Belgian network "La Dame Blanche," knitting coded messages into jumpers, to those who interpreted aerial images and even ran entire sections, Fry shows just how crucial women were in the intelligence mission. Filled with hitherto unknown stories, Women in Intelligence places new research on record for the first time and showcases the inspirational contributions of these remarkable women.


Two-dimensional Hybrid Composites

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English | 2024 | ISBN: 9819980097 | 816 Pages | PDF EPUB (True) | 56 MB
This book highlights a comprehensive review of synthesis, properties, and strategies to improve the applicability of 2D materials like graphene, borophenes, metal nanosheets, phosphorene, and transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDs). It also highlights the synthesis of 2D-based hybrid composite materials and their effects on applicability, especially in energy, environment, and biomedical applications, by incorporating surface functional groups, metal/non-metal ions, and polymers. The advancement in innovative technology and use of 2D-based hybrid composite materials can improve the development of newer products/opening newer possibilities to fight existing issues related to environment, energy, and biomedical sciences. However, researchers continue to face numerous challenges in developing newer products/possibilities, large-scale production, with health and environmental impact being a challenge.


One Speaker, Two Languages Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives on Code-Switching

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1995 | 330 Pages | ISBN: 0521479126 | PDF | 25 MB
Code-switching–the alternating use of several languages by bilingual speakers–does not usually indicate lack of competence on the part of the speaker, but results from complex language skills. The reasons why people switch their codes are as varied as the directions from which linguists approach this issue. This volume of essays by leading scholars explores code-switching in particular social and institutional contexts, and brings together current research into the social, grammatical and psycholinguistic issues raised by this highly significant form of speech behavior.


Life between Two Deaths, 1989-2001 U.S. Culture in the Long Nineties

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2009 | 296 Pages | ISBN: 0822344580 | PDF | 3 MB
Through virtuoso readings of significant works of American film, television, and fiction, Phillip E. Wegner demonstrates that the period between the fall of the Berlin Wall in November 1989 and the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 fostered a unique consciousness and represented a moment of immense historical possibilities now at risk of being forgotten in the midst of the "war on terror." Wegner argues that 9/11 should be understood as a form of what Jacques Lacan called the "second death," an event that repeats an earlier "fall," in this instance the collapse of the Berlin Wall. By describing 9/11 as a repetition, Wegner does not deny its significance. Rather, he argues that it was only with the fall of the towers that the symbolic universe of the Cold War was finally destroyed and a true "new world order," in which the United States assumed disturbing new powers, was put into place.Wegner shows how phenomena including the debate on globalization, neoliberal notions of the end of history, the explosive growth of the Internet, the efflorescence of new architectural and urban planning projects, developments in literary and cultural production, new turns in theory and philosophy, and the rapid growth of the antiglobalization movement came to characterize the long nineties. He offers readings of some of the most interesting cultural texts of the era: Don DeLillo’s White Noise; Joe Haldeman’s Forever trilogy; Octavia Butler’s Parable novels; the Terminator films; the movies Fight Club, Independence Day, Cape Fear, and Ghost Dog; and the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. In so doing, he illuminates fundamental issues concerning narrative, such as how beginnings and endings are recognized and how relationships between events are constructed.