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Good Vibrations First Timers 15 (Virgin Erotica) by Kimmy Welsh


Good Vibrations : First Timers 15 (Virgin Erotica) by Kimmy Welsh
English | [email protected] kbps | 24 min | 34.2 MB
When I press my body against the spinning washing machine it really starts to excite me, and with no-one home I decide to get a little frisky in the laundry room.Little do I know, Michael’s just got back and he’s about to find me with my body pressed on the vibrating metal as I moan out my climax. His reaction wasn’t what I expected. Listen as he treats me to my first-time session.

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Orthodox Feasts of Jesus Christ & the Virgin Mary Liturgical Texts With Commentary


Hugh Wybrew, "Orthodox Feasts of Jesus Christ & the Virgin Mary: Liturgical Texts With Commentary"
English | 2000 | ISBN: 0881412031 | PDF | pages: 148 | 27.3 mb
Christian faith in Jesus Christ as both divine and human was formulated as doctrine by the ecumenical councils of the Church in the fourth and fifth centuries. That doctrine was given liturgical expression in the feasts of Christmas and other festivals celebrating events in the life of Christ and Mary. These honor the Christian belief that, in Jesus, the Son of God became human so that human beings might share in the life of God. This book presents selected Orthodox liturgical texts for these feasts of the incarnation. Freshly translated into modern English, each day’s material is introduced by a short account of its thematic sources, and accompanied by a brief spiritual and theological commentary. An opening section gives a concise account of the development of the liturgical calendar and the origins of these feasts in the Orthodox Church. Orthodox Feasts of Jesus Christ and the Virgin Mary introduces Western Christians to the doctrinal richness of Orthodox liturgical celebrations of the Word become flesh. A companion volume to Orthodox Lent, Holy Week and Easter, by the same author (SVS Press, 1997), it provides Christians of all traditions with material for meditation and personal prayer.

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Virgin Capital Race, Gender, and Financialization in the Us Virgin Islands


Tami Navarro, "Virgin Capital: Race, Gender, and Financialization in the Us Virgin Islands"
English | ISBN: 1438486022 | 2022 | 254 pages | EPUB | 640 KB
Virgin Capital examines the cultural impact and historical significance of the Economic Development Commission (EDC) in the United States Virgin Islands. A tax holiday program, the EDC encourages financial services companies to relocate to these American-owned islands in exchange for an exemption from 90% of income taxes, and to stimulate the economy by hiring local workers and donating to local charitable causes. As a result of this program, the largest and poorest of these islands-St. Croix-has played host to primarily US financial firms and their white managers, leading to reinvigorated anxieties around the costs of racial capitalism and a feared return to the racial and gender order that ruled the islands during slavery. Drawing on fieldwork conducted during the boom years leading up to the 2008-2009 financial crisis,

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Virgin Trains A Pictorial Tribute


English | 2022 | ISBN: 1526793318 | 130 pages | True PDF EPUB | 159.94 MB
About the Author: Fred Kerr was born in Edinburgh in 1948 where he gained an interest in railway locomotives from both the LMSR and LNER companies whose services permeated the local network. When his parents moved to Corby in 1956 the local steelworks provided further interest from its mix of freight services, including seeing the last of the Beyer Garrets and the replacement Standard Class 9Fs whilst the industrial locomotives of the internal steelworks network offered further insight into the variety of steam locomotives. This was a time of change and during the 1960s the interest in locomotives included the new order of diesel and electric traction without reducing the interest in steam traction. While his interest in Diesel Traction led to his early involvement with the Diesel & Electric Group and its preservation activities during the 1970s, his move to Southport in 1982 restored his opportunities to return to his first love of viewing steam locomotives at work and this album records some of the locations that he chose to visit and the locomotives that he was able to photograph. Today his interest continues as a life member of the A4 Locomotive Society, Keighley & Worth Valley Railway and Ribble Steam Railway whilst he also support bodies concerned with preserving steam locomotives, diesel locomotives and infrastructure extensions.

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