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A commemorative volume to mark the 150th Anniversary of Rabindranath Tagore, great Indian poet, painter, and philosopher.

Author: Pratapaditya Pal

Publisher: Marg Publications

ISBN: 938058105X

Category: Literary Collections

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A commemorative volume to mark the 150th Anniversary of Rabindranath Tagore, great Indian poet, painter, and philosopher.

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When Peggy returns to Cedar River after giving her baby up for adoption, Lexi wonders if she and Peggy can still be friends and whether Peggy will really get a chance for a new start

Author: Judy Baer

Publisher: Bethany House Publishers

ISBN: 1556611838

Category: Religious fiction

Page: 142

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When Peggy returns to Cedar River after giving her baby up for adoption, Lexi wonders if she and Peggy can still be friends and whether Peggy will really get a chance for a new start

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A celebrity author visits Grace Chapel Inn to finish her novel ... and the whole town gets involved in the high-school genealogy project.

Author: Jane Orcutt

Publisher:

ISBN: 0786281588

Category: Fiction

Page: 373

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A celebrity author visits Grace Chapel Inn to finish her novel ... and the whole town gets involved in the high-school genealogy project.

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Something Old, Something New, award- winning For Better or For Worse cartoonist Lynn Johnston takes readers to a place where Dad makes mental notes because ...

Author: Lynn Johnston

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing

ISBN: 9780740791390

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 408

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Presents a selection of cartoons from the strip's earliest collections, as well as entirely new cartoons, accompanied by the author's commentary and photographs from her own life.

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The old religious elements significantly but quietly influenced the new antislavery advocacy.30 My approach in Something Old, Something New aligns with this ...

Author: Wayne Glausser

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780190864170

Category: Religion

Page: 206

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Something Old, Something New: Contemporary Entanglements of Religion and Secularity offers a fresh perspective on debates surrounding a significant if underappreciated relationship between religious and secular interests. In entanglement, secularity competes with religion, but neither sideachieves simple dominance by displacing the other. As secular ideas and practices entangle with their religious counterparts, they interact and alter each other in a contentious but oddly intimate relationship.In each chapter, Wayne Glausser focuses on a topic of contemporary relevance in which something old - e. g., the sacrament of extreme unction, Greek rhetorical tropes, scholastic theology - entangles with something new: psilocybin therapy for the dying, new atheism, cognitive science. As traditionalreligious knowledge and values come into conflict with their secular counterparts, the old ideas undergo stress and adaptation, but the influence works in both directions. Those with primary allegiance to secular interests find themselves entangled with aspects of religious thinking. Whether they doit intentionally or without knowing, entangled secularists engage with and sometimes borrow from older paradigms they believe they have surpassed. Glausser's approach offers a new perspective in the conversation between believers and secularists. Something Old, Something New is a book that theists,atheists, agnostics, and everyone still searching for the right label will find respectful but provocative.

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But most of all, I treasure Something Old, Something New for the writing, which is as suave and fun to read as M. F. K. Fisher.

Author: Tamar Adler

Publisher: Scribner

ISBN: 9781982113995

Category: Cooking

Page: 288

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The award-winning, bestselling author of An Everlasting Meal “revitalizes classics and long-forgotten dishes, bringing them into this century with verve and ease” (Bon Appetit) in this “lovely and literary” (Vogue.com) cookbook. Many dishes that once excited our palates—like oysters Rockefeller, steak Diane, cheese and walnut soufflés—have disappeared from our tables and, in some cases, from our memories. Creating a unique culinary history, Tamar Adler, a Vogue and New York Times writer and Chez Panisse alum, has collected more than a hundred recipes from old cookbooks and menus and enlivened, updated, and simplified them. Adler’s approach to these dishes involves ample use of acid and herbs, pared down techniques, and contemporary ways of serving. Seasonal menus, wine pairings suggested by sommelier Juliette Pope, gorgeous watercolor drawings by artist Mindy Dubin, and a foreword by influential food critic Mimi Sheraton add to this “personal, nostalgic journey…as much about the writing as it is about the cooking” (The New York Times Book Review). Adler has created a unique culinary history, filled with delicious recipes and smart, witty prose. It is destined to become a modern classic.

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Copyright © Jennifer Baum SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW All rights reserved. Except as permitted by US copyright act of 1976, no part of this publication may ...

Author: JB Lynn

Publisher: Jennifer Baum

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page:

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Love is in the salty, sea air of Sarasota, Florida. But so is murder. The Concordia sisters, owners of the One Woman's Junk consignment shop are up to their eyeballs in trouble as they try to help their friends, solve a murder and plan a wedding. All while managing not to kill each other, offend any of their wacky clientele, or wreck their own love lives.

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"I L-RIMMM ON THE CCCA-ION IMF THEIR: "H.I.I.I.A.Ø & & SOMETHING NEW ADAM JACK SON Something Old, Something New Adam Jackson.

Author: Adam Jackson

Publisher: Adam Jackson

ISBN: 9781310622830

Category: Fiction

Page: 126

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Since her boyfriend went down on one knee in Central Park two years before on their first visit to NYC, London-native Amelia has dreamed of returning to the city to get married there. Now the dream is about to become a reality and after a few bumps in the road along the way, she and Cody plan to get married in the beautiful Central Park Boathouse by night. Less Since her boyfriend went down on one knee in Central Park two years before on their first visit to NYC, London-native Amelia has dreamed of returning to the city to get married there. Now the dream is about to become a reality and after a few bumps in the road along the way, she and Cody plan to get married in the beautiful Central Park Boathouse by night. There, overlooking the lake lit up by floating lanterns, they will pledge their vows among a small gathering of family and friends. Amelia can’t wait; finally she gets the chance to be part of a real family again as her parents died when she was a teenager. After craving family laughter and love for so long, she can’t wait to share her happiness with all her friends, never mind get started on having a family of their own soon after. She’s sure that Cody feels the same way. But when they arrive in New York a few days ahead of the big event, she notices that Cody seems distracted and restless. Is he getting cold feet? Though she adores her best friend and business partner (they run an Italian restaurant in London together) Elizabeth is dreading Amelia's wedding. For one thing, she can’t stand Cody, who she thinks is an idiot and nowhere near good enough for kind-hearted Amelia, and she’s suspicious of the fact that he played little or no part in the wedding preparations, while Amelia threw herself into it with the kind of passion she gives everything, including her cooking. Elizabeth knows she can’t risk their friendship or business by voicing her honest feelings to Amelia; that she thinks her friend is making a big mistake, and that she has no use for the brash, bustling city of New York, Which she’s sure she’ll hate. Making matters worse, Elizabeth is also dreading the wedding because of another invited guest; her ex Flynt. They broke up almost a year before, when Flynt moved back to Dublin, Ireland; a move Elizabeth couldn’t handle due to the uncertainty of a long-distance relationship. It doesn't help matters that the proverbial ghost of Flynt's deceased wife Madeline seemed to be ever present between Elizabeth and Flynt, exacerbating her fear of letting him and his gorgeous nine year old daughter, Ellie, down. Flynt and Amelia are old friends and Elizabeth knows he and Ellie will be in New York City for the wedding. How will she be able to face him, not to mention see the hurt and disappointment in little Ellie's eyes? Though he is still hurt by her rejection, Flynt can’t help but feel happy about seeing Elizabeth again at the wedding. Ellie adored her and yes, there were some obstacles to overcome, but he truly felt they had something special together. He’s sure she loves him; can he use the romance and magic of NYC to convince her to give their relationship another chance? Ellie wants her dad to be happy more than anything. She adores Elizabeth and wants them to be a family. She’s concocted a clever, but unorthodox plan to bring them together again, but can she turn a short three days in The Big Apple, convince Elizabeth that they belong together? Will Amelia and Cody’s dream wedding go ahead as planned? And can the romance of the city bring Elizabeth, Flynt and Ellie back together for good?

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This month marks the welcome return of Catherine Leigh to Harlequin Romance, with her wonderful new romance, Something Old, Something New.

Author: Catherine Leigh

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN: 9781459277489

Category: Fiction

Page: 256

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HITCHED! Lily was a one-man woman… But that man had been missing—presumed dead—for seven long years. Lily had loved Saige Alexander with a passion and grieved for him in the same way. And yet just as she had almost given up hope, her cowboy husband had finally come home! The timing was awkward to say the least. For years Lily had waited for word of him—dreaming, hoping…praying. But she had finally decided to get on with her life. Her wedding to Randall Carver was imminent. And even if her former lawyer didn't make her heart race like Saige, marrying Randall had to be safer than staying hitched to a dangerous adventurer. And what was Saige offering her anyway—an uncertain future, a past he wouldn't—couldn't—reveal? Only there was just one problem…there was only one man for Lily. And he was determined to do all he could to stop his wife's wedding! Catherine Leigh's latest romance packs a mighty punch. This is one story you'll never forget! HITCHED!

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Connie Monk. SOMETHING OLD SOMETHING NEW Connie Monk Also by Connie Monk Season of Change Fortune's Daughter Jessica. Front Cover.

Author: Connie Monk

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9780349412719

Category: Fiction

Page: 320

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When Tim and Sue Marshall take in a local boarding school boy on their farm, they watch as the shy, bespectacled Quentin changes beyond recognition. As the years go by there are big changes for everyone, Sue sees her family growing up and realizes that things can never stay the same.

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Something Old/Something New Marriage and Family Ministry in a Postmodern Culture RAY S. ANDERSON SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW Marriage and Family Ministry ...

Author: Ray S. Anderson

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781556354748

Category: Religion

Page: 242

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""No one has contributed more substantially to creative, orthodox Christian thinking about human nature, pastoral theology, and counseling over the past 30 years than Ray Anderson. His latest book is most welcomed, particularly given its focus on the family, a pivotal cultural institution of obvious developmental importance, which radical postmodernism has attempted to radically redefine, but which always warrants a fresh, practical, Christian approach and critique."" --Eric L. Johnson, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary ""Combining the wisdom accumulated in his years as a seminary professor and scholar, pastor, and counselor, Ray Anderson has given us an outstanding book on marriage and family ministry in contemporary culture. Even more than this, it is the best statement I know of on a theology of the family, including the place of family in the church and wider society. . . . [H]ard issues in family life such as violence and abuse, homosexuality, care for the elderly, and death are addressed with a combination of biblical truth and grace. Something Old, Something New is must reading for all persons involved in ministry today!"" --Jack Balswick, Fuller Graduate School of Psychology ""For a Church often despairing of biblically based resources in ministering to the family in our postmodern culture, Ray Anderson's twenty-fifth book focuses on recovering a theology of the family. His seminal volume (written with Dennis Guernsey), On Being Family: Toward a Social Theology of the Family (1985), virtually created the new genre of the 'theology of the family.' In Something Old, Something New: Marriage and Family Ministry in a Postmodern Culture, we find the fruit of Anderson's mature reflections that will give hope and guidance to the Church of the twenty-first century. He discusses marriage and parenting, divorce and remarriage, singleness and cohabitation, and other issues within the diversity and relativity characterized by our postmodern context. His decades of experience as a seminary professor and church pastor enable him to articulate a theology of family ministry that offers concrete help for families, churches, and pastors based on the healing ministry of Christ in today's society."" --Chris Kettler, Friends University, and Todd Speidell, Webb School of Knoxville RAY S. ANDERSON (1925-2009) was Senior Professor of Theology and Ministry at Fuller Theological Seminary where he has taught for more than thirty years. He is the author of more than twenty-five books, including, The Seasons of Hope, Marriage and Family Ministry in a Postmodern Culture, The Soul of Ministry, Ministry on the Fireline, and The Shape of Practical Theology.

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In essence, he argues that teachers never abandon any teaching practice; they simply validate new materials from their practical applications and go on; old ...

Author: Wendy Bishop

Publisher: SIU Press

ISBN: 9780809316014

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 166

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How do college writing teachers learn new ways to teach? Most current composition research focuses almost exclusively on student writers, ignoring the role the teacher plays in classroom development. Here is the first book to focus on college writing teachers and the ways in which they are affected by graduate rhetoric pedagogy courses. Wendy Bishop observed teachers enrolled in a doctoral seminar, titled "Teaching Basic Writing," and then conducted case studies of five of those teachers in their college writing classrooms to investigate how their teaching practices changed and how their previous professional and personal histories influenced their ability to make those changes.

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“Or something equally destructive. Show me a miserable human being, and I'll show you a victim of... emotional dependence.

Author: Donna Sterling

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN: 9781459278257

Category: Fiction

Page: 224

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A Remarriage of Convenience Sunny Alexander wants to move back to Windsong Place, but she can't do it without her ex-spouse. Ryan Alexander has the same problem. The people who now own his birthright will only give it over to a happily married couple. To get what they want, they'll have to live in the same house, sleep together in their old bedroom, and pretend they're still in love….

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The bride and groom were married in the best clothing they owned, or in new outfits that they planned to wear in the future. Most immigrants in the United ...

Author: Gail F. Stern

Publisher: DIANE Publishing

ISBN: 0937437026

Category: Social Science

Page: 35

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Something Old Something New Nothing Borrowed Don t Have the Blues

Something Old, Something New, Nothing Borrowed Don't Have the Blues Poetry, Then and Now ... Pamela Mercer SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW, NOTHING BORROWED ...

Author: Pamela Mercer

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781532044526

Category: Poetry

Page: 180

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Something Old, Something New, Nothing Borrowed Don’t Have the Blues is a timely poetry anthology that traces the history of portions of our culture and paints a portrait of rural black history over decades. With excerpts of life, truth, reality, and the social stigmas of Chicago’s ghettos, lifestyles, and how total devastation by drugs, race, and modern enslavement while battling history, integrity, and the historical economic growth and development of black America. A piece of the past, a piece of the present, a piece of the future, but above all, a sense of peace in sharing the pages of an anthology that relates to so many in so many diverse and positive ways. Neither blue nor dejected, Something Old, Something New, Nothing Borrowed Don’t Have the Blues is a now-time creation with historical value and will take even that part of non-black Americans to a place where so many truths can be seen and the passion of history development from third-world existence to great leadership can be worldly recognized.

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What You Didn't Know about Wedding Ceremonies, Celebrations & Customs Vera Lee. ستست omething old Comething New What You Didn ' t Know.

Author: Vera Lee

Publisher: Sourcebooks Incorporated

ISBN: PSU:000022994080

Category: Social Science

Page: 209

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Offers a look at the customs associated with weddings from around the world, discussing courtship, wedding plans, ceremonies, and polygamy.