100 Days

He sends his staff off to figure out what went wrong but Barbara intercepts them and convinces them to join her side.As President Norman Wright's presidency crumbles, Barbara convinces her husband to attend a play with her that is based on ...

Author: Hope W.


ISBN: 1976723477


Page: 94

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BARBARA WRIGHT, 58, is the loving wife to the newly elected PRESIDENT NORMAN WRIGHT,61, an arrogant man who ran for President of the United States for his own personal gain and ego. After winning the election, President Norman Wright shows his true colors by issues a series of laws and government mandates that strip power and property from all citizens except for himself and his wife, starting with a law requiring all men and children to receive the GR81N vaccine, a vaccine containing a brainwashing chip.After learning about the vaccine, Barbara Wright reaches out to women in a local community to rally behind her to stop Norman Wright. Women are the only ones who are not to receive the vaccine because President Norman Wright doesn't perceive them as having power to do anything successful for or in opposition of his regime. But President Norman Wright discovers that his wife is working against her from a secret service agent. Before he leaves to meet with PRESIDENT ALEKSANDR AKIM of Russia, he and his secret service agents lead Barbara down a secret hallway and into a cell equipped with a guard. Unknowingly, she follows them and is locked up until President Norman Wright returns.NORA, 43, is a married woman with two kids, CAMERON, 12, and EMILIE, 15, and husband, ROB, 45, who is among thirteen women in her community to get a letter from Barbara Wright to join forces. She rallies the other twelve women and established her home as a meeting place for their writing club. When none of the women of the Writers' Club receive any more correspondence from Barbara Wright, Nora takes matters into her own hands and organizes trainings to help prepare the women for battle.When her cell guard addresses her as 'First Lady Barbara', Barbara remembers that all white house staff are brainwashed to do everything that she and President Norman Wright tell them to do. She convinces her guard to take her to her room. In her room, she knocks him out and escapes with a van. She drives to Nora's place and picks up the other women.Barbara drops all the women except Nora at different mind-control factories. She takes Nora with her to the White House. Barbara gives all of the women directions and they shut off the mind-control boxes. In the White House, Barbara and Nora shut down all mind-control controller bases. After their mission is complete, Nora and Barbara round up all the women and drop them off at Nora's house. Barbara returns to the white house to wait for Norman.When President Norman Wright returns, he announces that the US will enter into a world war with Russia and North Korea as its main allies. In addition, all me, and children over the age of 10 are drafted for the war. Shortly after this announcement, Russia and North Korea break off to form their own power alliance, leaving the US to fight alone in a war it cannot win. After facing protests and an assassination attempt, President Norman Wright realizes that the vaccine is no longer working. He sends his staff off to figure out what went wrong but Barbara intercepts them and convinces them to join her side.As President Norman Wright's presidency crumbles, Barbara convinces her husband to attend a play with her that is based on the story of Lincoln's presidency to take his mind off his troubles. He agrees without knowing that his secret service agents, at the cue of the assassination scene, will stand up and pull the trigger on him.Please Note: Purchasing this script on Kindle does not give your the right to use the script for commercial gain/projects. Please contact me for commercial rights at [email protected]

Maranatha A Nora Kelly Novel

“Please call me Barbara, Nora. And I'm more than happy to chat with you. You'd be amazed at how many requests I get for tidbits about Frank's life.

Author: Larry M. Rosen

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 9781304986603

Category: Fiction


View: 971


Born again Christian Nora Kelly is warned to stop matching real world events to Tribulation prophecies. After Nora turns to 3-M and Haley, she’s attacked, a colleague is murdered, then she’s kidnapped and brainwashed by Triantologists, who coerce her to renounce Christ. After Nora is rescued from an armed bastion, psychiatrist Marilyn Swiss helps her recover, and Nora learns she’s caught up in a conflict conflating an ancient Greek cult-the KOTT, with Moses, the Mormons, Doc Holliday, Frank Sinatra, Don Rickles, and Marilyn Monroe. Nora then uncloaks a plot to discredit Christianity and Judaism, using a false claim that Revelation’s prophecy of 144,000 Jews coming to Christ is untrue. Pursuing leads in Chicago and Atlanta, Nora’s team encounter assassins Flotilla and Duet, then deduce the deft hand of an old enemy-The Tracer. When Nora finally confronts a malevolence she deems Satanic, she must test her faith by deciding whether to turn the other cheek, or exact a violent retribution.

Things Seen and Unseen

Whether writing about her brother's battle against cancer, talking to homeless men about the World Series, or questioning the afterlife ("One world at a time"), Gallagher draws us into a world of journeys and mysteries, yet grounded in a ...

Author: Nora Gallagher

Publisher: Vintage

ISBN: 9780307429711

Category: Religion

Page: 256

View: 339


"Gracefully written and moving ... Things Seen and Unseen starts with Nora Gallagher entering the labyrinth of her life ... and ultimately it leads to the center of her being."--The Boston Globe It started with an occasional Sunday, a "tourist's" visit to a local church. Eventually Nora Gallagher entered into a yearlong journey to discover her faith and a relationship with God, using the Christian calendar as her compass. Whether writing about her brother's battle against cancer, talking to homeless men about the World Series, or questioning the afterlife ("One world at a time"), Gallagher draws us into a world of journeys and mysteries, yet grounded in a gritty reality. She braids together the symbols of the Christian calendar, the events of a year in one church, and her own spiritual journey, each strand combed out with harrowing intimacy. Thought provoking and profoundly perceptive, Things Seen and Unseen is a remarkable demonstration that "the road to the sacred is paved with the ordinary." "Like Kathleen Norris in Amazing Grace, Gallagher is renewing the language of ultimate concerns."--San Francisco Chronicle "The deep serenity that suffuses Gallagher's work, the lyrical cadences in which she writes, do not blunt the sharp edges of what she discovered in her quest for meaning."--Los Angeles Times

Index of Unnumbered Persons in Rev Harvey Hostetler s Descendants of Barbara Hochstedler Christian Stutzman

Author: John Roland Showalter


ISBN: WISC:89081183246


Page: 316

View: 641


Jacob Hofstedler came to America from Holland in 1736, settling in Pennsylvania. Descendants are traced through his daughter, Barbara, who married Christian Stutzman. Indexes children and unmarried adults who were not numbered in the original work and, for the most part, were not included in the original book's indexes.

Nora and Me

Nora and Me by Ron Wood This is the true story of the special friendship between a boy and a woman eighty-four years his senior.

Author: Ron Wood

Publisher: Dorrance Publishing

ISBN: 9781480942820

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 108

View: 233


Nora and Me by Ron Wood This is the true story of the special friendship between a boy and a woman eighty-four years his senior. Nora and Me follows the two from the first moment they meet, when a four-year-old Ron spies eighty-eight-year-old Nora smoking cigarettes on her porch in the Santa Barbara sun. Over the next fifteen years, until Nora’s death, their friendship develops and deepens. Through injury and sickness, through the ups and downs of childhood and old age, Ron and Nora learn from one another, take care of one another, and love one another, building a “true friendship” as unique as it is heartwarming.

The Forgotten Girls

Nora had moved into Clive's room. Elaine wanted to be a good sister-in-law and a good aunty to Barbara, but Nora was not the easiest person to be around.

Author: Lizzie Page

Publisher: Bookouture

ISBN: 9781838881276

Category: Fiction

Page: 350

View: 422


It’s a photograph of two little girls, the camera catching the cold whiteness of their legs, the pretty lines of their dresses, the smooth surface of the lake. I know at once it’s my mother and Aunty Barbara, I’ve always known it somehow. But I also know that the camera doesn’t tell the whole story. It can’t. London, 1943. German bombs rain down on London, but Elaine Parker knows her job transcribing letters from far-away prisoners of war is more important than her own safety. But at home, Elaine’s life isn’t so simple – as the main breadwinner for her struggling family, she doesn’t have much time to consider her own future hopes and dreams. And then Elaine meets dark-haired and passionate Bobby – a wartime photographer on the dangerous front line – and her world shifts. Will Elaine be forced to choose between her family and her growing passion for Bobby? And how do you let yourself love someone with your whole heart when each moment could be their last? Present day. Even the kiss of warm sunshine and the musical call of birds at her family’s countryside villa can’t make Jen forget the heartbreak she’s left behind. That is, until she begins to investigate the origins of a tattered family photograph: two sweet little girls gazing out across a sparkling bay, their eyes clear and hopeful – looking for all the world as if England hadn’t just suffered the most terrible war imaginable. What is the story behind the picture, and could it finally be the key to mending the cracks in Jen’s own past? A heartbreaking World War Two novel – emotional and unforgettable. Perfect for fans of Orphan Train, Sold on a Monday and Before We Were Yours. What readers are saying about The Forgotten Girls… ‘Twists and turns that keep you turning the page… I must read one more chapter before I turn out the light for the night… fans who enjoyed The Nightingale or Sold on a Monday will love this book as much as me. Authentic, heart-tugging and soul-stirring. Be sure to have tissues nearby.’ Goodreads reviewer, 5 stars ‘A heartbreaking tale of life in 1943 living through the war… One of the best historical fiction books I have read in a long while.’ Sean’s Book Reviews, 5 stars ‘It not only brought tears to my eyes when the connection between the two women was revealed, but it pulled on my heartstrings all the way through the book. A story of love and loss, family and friendships, this book will keep you gripped until the very last page. Would definitely recommend.’ Stardust Book Reviews ‘I came to really love the blossoming romance between Robert and Elaine… A beautiful novel, and one I highly recommend.’ Emily Claire Writes ‘A captivating story.’ Goodreads reviewer, 5 stars ‘I absolutely loved The Forgotten Girls. It is a beautiful, compelling read… Lizzie Page writes like a dream… I will be recommending this book to everyone I know.’ Goodreads reviewer, 5 stars ‘I really fell in love with this book… Beautifully done, the imagery is well written and I found myself picturing the scenes and living them out in my mind's eye. Well done!’ Goodreads reviewer ‘Oh, how I loved this book! I smiled, cried, my heart raced and I marvelled at the storytelling… Wonderful!’ Angela Petch, author of The Tuscan Girl, 5 stars ‘I just love the deft and thrilling blend of fact and fiction, and the way Lizzie Page brings characters from the past back to life. I am such a huge fan of her work.’ Bestselling author Jill Mansell

Together Forever

Nora's friend Barbara knew of a place we could get drinks and dance to a Juke box, so we headed there by following Barbara and the Col. in Barbara's car and ...

Author: Charlie Mighton

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 9781466951174

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 110

View: 555


The United States was a great nation in the 1920s. We had finished winning the great war to end all wars in 1918. England and France wrote the surrender papers for Germany to sign. Sorry to say, but the restriction placed on Germany was more than any nation could live with. But Germany was under the thumb of England and France. I think this is what started World War II. I know it was. In 1929 the world went into the Depression years, lasting till World War II started in Europe. In 1939 war started again in Europe between France, England, and Germany when Germany invaded Poland. The United States, with its large manufacturing ability and can-do attitude, was able to come out of the Depression by supplying Europe with arms and other things. President Franklin D. Roosevelt started the WPA, PWA, the CCC, and other federal programs to kick-start the economy before the war in Europe. I grew up during the Depression years, having been born in 1924. We were poor like everyone else, but I did not realize we were poor because everyone else was in the same condition. One news reporter wrote a book and called us the greatest generation. History proved that as we grew, we became the most powerful nation in the world. Today as I write this, I can say we may not be the greatest. We could be if we open our eyes and change things back like they were before, a small group that thinks the government is the answer to all problems. Then too we must think we are responsible for ourselves. I hope the generation that follows my generation will wake up and do something about the sad shape we are in. This book tells a little about what I did as a member of the greatest generation and World War II. One of the greatest love stories was started and, like all good things, ended in disappointment due to nature.

A Life of Barbara Stanwyck

Barbara insisted on doing her own stunts. ... Barbara may have had only a few lines, but Nora Clitheroe was a strenu- ous part; the emotion, the movement, ...

Author: Victoria Wilson

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9780684831688

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 1044

View: 591


A first volume of a full-scale portrait of the acclaimed screen actress includes coverage of her years as a dancer in New York, her fraught marriage to Broadway figure Frank Fay, her partnership with Zeppo Marx and her marriage to Robert Taylor. 35,000 first printing. (This book was listed in a previous Forecast.)

Vengeance Is Mine

Barbara stared down into her empty teacup. ... “I can't do that,” said Nora, and ignoring Barbara as she quickly passed the sofa, she headed straight for ...

Author: Elizabeth Baroody

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 9781466929142

Category: Fiction

Page: 336

View: 429


Nora Costain, a widow, half owner of a successful real estate company, is on vacation on a small island off the North Carolina coast, where she meets two elderly neighbors and finds a sawdust hill infested with rattlesnakes. She also finds that she likes to be around the captain of the mail boat that takes passengers to the different islands out in the bay. While she is away, her thirteen-year-old granddaughter, Holly, is caught and raped by two high school boys after a school dance. These two boys are from another nearby school. Holly refuses to allow her mother to go to the authorities about the rape, and two months later, she unexpectedly dies of an ectopic pregnancy. Nora is finally told of the rape and realizes that at this late date, nothing can be done to the unknown perpetrators. Nora comes across Holly's diary after the funeral and reads about the rape. Holly names the boys Guy and Bill, and from the details in the diary, Nora is able to identify them. She tries to blow them up in their car, but no one is injured. Guy and Bill find out who blew up their car and decide to kidnap Nora's grandson, Todd, to get even. The plan is thwarted by the school Todd attends, and Nora, afraid for Todd, decides to take him to the island to get him far away from the area. Guy and Bill learn of her plans, follow them to the island, and that night, attempt to dispose of them. As it happens, Nora and Todd were not in the cottage and ran to one of the neighbor's house. For protection, the neighbor lets his wild boar loose, and the next morning, one of the boys is found gored to death by the boar. Nora manages to contact the captain and notifies the authorities. Although a search is made, the other boy could not be found.

Stress Busting Strategies for Teachers

Learn how to * Employ healthy practices that positively affect your mindset * React, generalize, and maintain to create a positive environment * Identify and use your ideal professional pace * Exploit your intrinsic preferences for how to ...

Author: M. Nora Mazzone

Publisher: ASCD

ISBN: 9781416619420

Category: Education

Page: 50

View: 644


Does stress keep you up at night? Is there never enough time to do what you want and need to do at school and at home? Veteran educators Nora Mazzone and Barbara Miglionico have been there, too. Here, they offer simple, proven tactics to help you manage the stresses of being a classroom teacher. Learn how to * Employ healthy practices that positively affect your mindset * React, generalize, and maintain to create a positive environment * Identify and use your ideal professional pace * Exploit your intrinsic preferences for how to get the work done * Make food and exercise choices that will better fuel your mind and body Choose to act now so that you can look forward to entering the classroom every day for many years and finding and keeping a healthy balance between work and home.

Jewish Book World

A CHAT WITH NORA RALEIGH BASKIN By Barbara Bietz my boys ' Bar Mitzvah
services . I used those memories , too , while writing the book . But mostly I used
my true “ lived " experiences for this story . I really did break my Nana ' s Star of ...



ISBN: STANFORD:36105213166676

Category: Jews


View: 944


A Summons to New Orleans

Drawn from the author’s own experience, A Summons to New Orleans is a wonderfully written and beautifully crafted novel of three women and their fateful reunion that propels each one to search her past— and, together, their shocking ...

Author: Barbara Hall

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN: 9781497638709

Category: Fiction

Page: 207

View: 622


Nora Braxton’s life is falling apart. Her husband has run off with a waitress almost young enough to be his daughter, leaving behind unpaid taxes amounting to thousands of dollars. In addition, her vindictive mother continues to criticize her, telling her how to run her life, constantly berating her with shrill choruses of “I-told-you-so.” To make matters worse, Nora’s thirteen-year-old son wants to run off to Miami to live with his freethinking, free-spending dad. So when Simone Gray, Nora’s old college friend from the University of Virginia, invites her to New Orleans for a week’s vacation, Nora jumps at the chance to get away from it all and get a fresh perspective. Once in this exotic, almost foreign city, Nora finds that she is not the only friend to be summoned by Simone. Poppy Marchand, another former schoolmate, is there as well. Almost immediately after the initial reunion, Nora and Poppy learn that Simone's invitation is not a purely social one and that she has much more in mind than a week of fun and relaxation. Simone, a prominent Los Angeles–based food critic, is a rape victim, and she has asked these old friends to be with her for moral support during the trial of the man she has charged with attacking her. A year earlier, while on assignment in New Orleans, Simone was raped after leaving a nightclub. Once model-beautiful, she is now shockingly thin—in fact, she’s anorexic. Nora, already emotionally at sea and diminished by heartache, resolves nonetheless to stand by her friend. And Poppy Marchand, a blisteringly plainspoken woman who has recently found religion and left her husband, also vows to be there for Simone, but not without her own bitter reservations. What follows—before, during, and after the trial—is an unraveling of the precepts upon which these three women have built their relationship, each struggling to come to terms with lives that haven’t worked out the way they planned. Pasts are explored, secrets are shared, and the truth of what really happened to Simone is put into question. Drawn from the author’s own experience, A Summons to New Orleans is a wonderfully written and beautifully crafted novel of three women and their fateful reunion that propels each one to search her past— and, together, their shocking revelations test the true limits of loyalty, friendship, and trust.

Finishing Touches

Nora, Barbara and Aunt Elsie could just take a back seat for once. Cassie had only one life to lead and if she didn't take her chances ...

Author: Patricia Scanlan

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781471141089

Category: Fiction

Page: 656

View: 329


Delivering stories that span generations, and offering warmth, wisdom and love on every page - if you treasured Maeve Binchy, read Patricia Scanlan. Three school friends, Cassie, Laura and Aileen, shared their secrets and dreams as young girls. Now they are together again, sharing their aspirations, as Cassie launches her interior design business, with a legacy that is to bring out the worst and the best in her family and friends. Finishing Touchesis an engrossing story of schoolmates and soulmates, of shared secrets and desires - and how one young woman dared to make her impossible dream come true.

Helen MacGregor

Nora's important news was , that Monday was Barbara's birth - day , and they
would have a teaparty as they always had on their birth - days . 66 And doesn't it
happen well ? ” said Nora ; “ Barbara's birth - day comes in August , and mine in ...

Author: Mrs. C. Y. Barlow


ISBN: NYPL:33433066604426


Page: 328

View: 720


Global Nomads

Infact,several of my main informants (Nora, Rochelle, Barbara) were known as regulars in the alternative scenesof the island. Duringthe late 1980s Nora sold ...

Author: Anthony D'Andrea

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134110490

Category: Social Science

Page: 264

View: 303


Global Nomads provides a unique introduction to the globalization of countercultures, a topic largely unknown in and outside academia. Anthony D’Andrea examines the social life of mobile expatriates who live within a global circuit of countercultural practice in paradoxical paradises. Based on nomadic fieldwork across Spain and India, the study analyzes how and why these post-metropolitan subjects reject the homeland in order to shape an alternative lifestyle. They become artists, therapists, exotic traders and bohemian workers seeking to integrate labor, mobility and spirituality within a cosmopolitan culture of expressive individualism. These countercultural formations, however, unfold under neo-liberal regimes that appropriate utopian spaces, practices and imaginaries as commodities for tourism, entertainment and media consumption. In order to understand the paradoxical globalization of countercultures, Global Nomads develops a dialogue between global and critical studies by introducing the concept of 'neo-nomadism' which seeks to overcome some of the shortcomings in studies of globalization. This book is an essential aide for undergraduate, postgraduate and research students of Sociology, Anthropology of Globalization, Cultural Studies and Tourism Studies.

Tombs of the Ancient Poets

Between Literary Reception and Material Culture Nora Goldschmidt, Barbara Graziosi. wax tablet of the mind) to Cicero's model of spatial mnemotechnics ...

Author: Nora Goldschmidt

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780192561039

Category: Poetry

Page: 384

View: 322


This volume explores the ways in which the tombs of the ancient poets - real or imagined - act as crucial sites for the reception of Greek and Latin poetry. Drawing together a range of examples, the collection makes a distinctive contribution to the study of literary reception by focusing on the materiality of the body and the tomb, and the ways in which they mediate the relationship between classical poetry and its readers. From the tomb of the boy poet Quintus Sulpicius Maximus, which preserves his prize-winning poetry carved on the tombstone itself, to the modern votive offerings left at the so-called 'Tomb of Virgil'; from the doomed tomb-hunting of long-lost poets' graves, to the 'graveyard of the imagination' constructed in Hellenistic poetry collections, the essays collected here explore the position of ancient poets' tombs in the cultural imagination and demonstrate the rich variety of ways in which they exemplify an essential mode of the reception of ancient poetry, poised as they are between literary reception and material culture.

International State of the Science Congress

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Isaeff * Barbara Tatiana 79 Lange * Lappe * La Rochelle * Lash * Lauwers *
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Lethbridge ...



ISBN: UOM:39015038624840

Category: Nursing

Page: 292

View: 188


A Critical Woman

Barbara Wootton, Social Science and Public Policy in the Twentieth Century Ann Oakley ... end of a relationship between Geoffrey and his woman friend, Nora.

Author: Ann Oakley

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781849664691

Category: History

Page: 464

View: 981


This book is available as open access through the Bloomsbury Open Access programme and is available on www.bloomsburycollections.com. Barbara Wootton was one of the extraordinary public figures of the twentieth century. She was an outstanding social scientist, an architect of the welfare state, an iconoclast who challenged conventional wisdoms and the first woman to sit on the Woolsack in the House of Lords. Ann Oakley has written a fascinating and highly readable account of the life and work of this singular woman, but the book goes much further. It is an engaged account of the making of British social policy at a critical period seen through the lens of the life and work of a pivotal figure. Oakley tells a story about the intersections of the public and the private and about the way her subject's life unfolded within, was shaped by, and helped to shape a particular social and intellectual context.