barn's shade, and perhaps the farmer himself standing in the shade near the
barn. The reader is here invited to pause and reflect, to go over the problem, to
recapitulate the impasse and see if he can find a way out before proceeding.
Author: D. Ihde
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Phenomenology in the United States is in a state of ferment and change. Not all the changes are happy ones, however, for some of the most prominent philosophers of the first generation of phenomenologists have died: in 1959 Alfred Schutz, and within the past two years John \Vild, Dorion Cairns, and Aron Gur witsch. These thinkers, though often confronting a hostile intel lectual climate, were nevertheless persistent and profoundly influential-through their own works, and through their students. The two sources associated with their names, The Graduate Faculty of The New School for Social Research, and the circle around John Wild first at Harvard and later at Northwestern and Yale, produced a sizable portion of the now second gener ation American phenomenological philosophers. In a way, it was the very hostility of the American philo sophical milieu which became an important factor in the ferment now taking place. Although the older, first generation phenome nologists were deeply conversant with other philosophical move ments here and abroad, their efforts at meaningful dialogue were largely ignored. Determined not to remain isolated from the dominant currents of Anglo-American philosophy in par ticular, the second generation opened the way to a dialogue with analytic philosophers, especially through the efforts of the Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy, led by 2 INTRODUCTION such men as James M. Edie and Hubert Dreyfus and, in other respects, Herbert Spiegelberg and Maurice Natanson.
With shades it was all or nothing, and with little light back here as it was and no
overhead light built in, this room would ... But then he shone his light up at the trip
mechanism on the shade and saw that it had been bent such that the rope pull ...
Author: David Baldacci
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
In this extraordinary work, David Baldacci uses his unsurpassed storytelling skills to explore the essence of survival itself, as a conspiracy of violence surrounds an FBI agent whose fate was to be the . . . Last Man Standing. Seven seconds. That's all it took for Web London to lose everything: his friends, his team, his reputation. Point man of the FBI's super-elite Hostage Rescue Team, Web roared into a blind alley towards a drug leader's lair, only to meet a high-tech, custom-designed ambush that killed everyone around him. Coping with the blame-filled words of anguished widows and the suspicions of colleagues, Web tries to put his life back together. To do so, he must discover why he was the one man who lived through the ambush – and find the only other person who came out of the alley alive . . . a ten-year-old boy who has since disappeared. Acting on his instincts, Web believes he knows where the killer will strike next. Only this time, he may not survive the attack.
So, on a cloudy day, or if someone is in the shade, we use the reflector to redirect
some sunlight onto one side of their face ... SOFTER THE LIGHT Ifyour subject is standing in the shade and you want to bounce sunlight onto them, you'll want to ...
Author: Scott Kelby
Publisher: Peachpit Press
This attractive boxed set includes: The Digital Photography Book, Part 1, 2nd Edition (ISBN 0321934946), The Digital Photography Book, Part 2, 2nd Edition (ISBN 0321948548), The Digital Photography Book, Part 3 (ISBN 0321617657), The Digital Photography Book, Part 4 (ISBN 0321773020), and The Digital Photography Book, Part 5 (0133856887). Scott Kelby, the man who changed the "digital darkroom" forever, shows which buttons to push, which settings to use, when to use them, and hundreds of the most closely guarded photographic "tricks of the trade" to get budding photographers shooting dramatically better-looking, sharper, more colorful, more professional-looking photos with their digital camera every time they press the shutter button. Scott tackles the most important side of digital photography–how to take pro-quality shots using the same tricks today's top digital pros use (and it's easier than you'd think). Each chapter is packed with plain English tips on using flash, shooting close-up photography, travel photography, shooting people, and even how to build a studio from scratch, where he demystifies the process so anyone can start taking pro-quality portraits today! Plus, he's got full chapters on his most requested topics, including loads of tips for landscape photographers, wedding photographers, and sports photographers. Chapter after chapter, page after page, Scott shares all the pros' secrets for making your photos look more professional, no matter what you're shooting. This bundle has a value of US $125.
Stand tall, brethren, and stand firm against the oppressive British government.”
Someone in the crowd ... A minister was standing in the shade at the blacksmith
shop giving a fiery denunciation of any rebellion against royal authority. He
Author: Helen S. Owens
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Stand and Face the Morning tells a robust, romantic story of the Musick and Lewis families of Colonial Virginia, who followed the migration down the Great Wagon Road into the backcountry of the Carolinas. The narrative follows them through the trials of hewing homesteads from the wilderness, wrestling with the choices of allegiance at the onset of the Revolutionary War, and struggling for survival as they are caught up in the bitter civil war which engulfs their homeland. The central figures are the patriarch Abram Musick and his wife Sarah, whose abiding love undergirds the family. Tormented eldest son Lewis carries within himself the wrongs and hurts he encounters. He joins brothers, cousins, and neighbors in the Patriot cause in his unholy quest for vengeance. Strong women characters walk beside their men and, through artistry and grace, produce families worthy of a new nation: Sarahs daughters Terrell and Sally, neighbor Saro Tweddy whose husband travels with Daniel Boone into Kentucky, and Annie McKinney whose eyes look ever toward the western lands. In the end, the families remain strong and loyal to one another. We are bound by ties of blood and by a love which will neer die. Together as family we shll face with hope whateer the morrow brings. Reviews Adventure and romance, joy and loss fill these pages as Owens lively story carries us along the rough trails of these wilderness roads. Sit and enjoy. - Jim Minick, author of Finding a Clear Path, Burning Heaven, and Her Secret Song. The American Revolution tears apart a frontier community in this gripping historical novel. When Abram and Sarah Musick lead their clanseven children with assorted servants, nephews and inlaws in towto White Oak Mountain on the western margins of North Carolina, they think theyve found paradise. In this region of virgin timber and rich bottomland, nature showers its bounty on them even when it almost kills them. (Well, I daresay the good thing is we shll have a haunch of bear with our huckleberry dumplings tomorrow. [sic]) Alas, the escalating quarrel between Britain and the colonies disrupts their bliss in their corner of the South, the revolution becomes a savage civil war pitting Patriots against Tories, Indians against whites, coastal planters and merchants against backwoods farmers and neighbor against neighbor. Abram wants to sit out the storm, but his sons, led by the brooding, impetuous Lewis, rally to the Patriot cause. Life doesnt stop just because theres a war onfarmers have to fit in stints of militia service around the cycle of planting and harvestingbut it grows increasingly desperate as Patriot settlers face raids by loyalist irregulars and their Cherokee allies. After his sweetheart is murdered by Tory marauders, Lewis leads his guerrilla band on a brutal campaign of vengeance as Sarah agonizes over the hardening of her sons heart. The authors limpid prose, steeped in the pious, musical language of the era, brings this absorbing narrative to life with well-observed period detail that encompasses everything from log-cabin building techniques to Sarahs herbal medicine. (Slippery-elm bark and fried onions, it seems, are great for gunshot wounds.) Owens brings readers the grit and trauma of the battlefield, but also the quieter rhythms of farming and trading, cooking and childcareand hoping anxiously for loved ones to return from peril. The result is an indelible portrait of a family struggling to hold together as the world turns upside down. A richly textured tale that registers epic events on the most intimate scale. Kirkus Discoveries, Nielsen Business Media, 770 Broadway, New York, NY 10003
"I dream that I'm standing in the shade of a large tree. It must be about noon
because the sun is bright and shining straight down. It's a beautiful day. The
grass is green. A light breeze is blowing. For some reason, I'm holding an injured
Author: Dennis Glawe
Publisher: Author House
This sequel to Viola's Hammer finds Ben Tucker working for the Fayette County Sheriff's Department, being sued by the family of a drug dealer he accidentally killed, living in a chickenhouse with a messed up Viet Nam veteran because his wife kicked him out of his own house, and grooming a problem with alcohol that is pushing him closer to suicide every day. He sees his life falling apart with no way out. To the rescue--a high priced lawyer, his old 'nudist' friend Twila Liten, and the same messed up Viet Nam vet he lives with. With more twists and turns than an Iowa corn maze, Ben discovers he really isn't the failure he thought he was. Along the way he helps find an underground meth lab, thwarts a terrorist attack, and finds love again.
I ask, standing next to him. “Well, I'm getting married. It's just that the bride isn't
here yet,” he explains. “Where is she?” I wonder aloud. “I haven't met her yet. This
story can't happen without both of us here to experience it,” he goes on, watching
Author: Allysson Fugitt
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
Mary Shane comes home from school one day to find her mother beaten to unconsciousness, this leads her on a perilous journey to find her father, the man that has spent her entire life on the run, always nothing more than a shadow. She must play his deadly game, become the very darkness he hides in, if she ever wants to have a chance at the love she found and the normal life she used to take for granted. As Mary Shane makes her way into the deadly world her father lives in, a world where people have seemingly magical powers and always seem to be one step ahead of you, she discovers that maybe his frequent disappearances and constant paranoia were justified. She finds herself forced to make dangerous decisions and do things she never in her worst nightmare had to face. With the government chasing her every footstep, she must find her father before they do if she ever hopes to survive this wild ride and earn the right to live. She discovers that everything she\'s ever experienced is because of her father and as she begins to put the pieces together she wonders if there is more to this story than anyone else knows.
Bader could hear him walking around outside, his shoes rustling the grass,
crackling through the leaves and sticks on the path, and he'd look out to see Lee standing in the shade of the trees, watching the cottage, studying it, with one
Didi my sister was standing beside him utterly distraught and in tears. My father
had died minutes before my arrival. If only, if only... The show, however, had to go
on... In an attempt to blot out a memory so full of guilt and remorse, I forced my ...
Author: Shanthee Manjoo
Publisher: Real African Publishers
Category: Biography & Autobiography
From the opening Sanskrit mantra to the final act of voting in South Africa's first democratic elections, this lyrical memoir provides a unique perspective on South Africa's modern history. The account shows how a young Hindu woman of Indian ancestry, living in South Africa in the 1940s, defied convention, married a Muslim man, and became an activist at time when Muslim women were seldom seen in such a role. As a teacher, she spoke up during the political strife of that highly segregated era, which included the relocation of Indians and angry student boycotts, and here shares her philosophies and insights into education. Filled with characters from both a personal and national context, the memoir captures the nuances of an important time and place.
... red rotten logs and a few bushes of tart red thimbleberries. At the forest edges
are the thickets of salal with their bland seedy berries, the yellow salmonberries,
and the tangles of vine-maples. Standing in the shade you look out into the burns
Author: Gary Snyder
Publisher: Counterpoint Press
The nine captivatingly meditative essays in The Practice of the Wild display the deep understanding and wide erudition of Gary Snyder in the ways of Buddhist belief, wildness, wildlife, and the world. These essays, first published in 1990, stand as the mature centerpiece of Snyder s work and thought, and this profound collection is widely accepted as one of the central texts on wilderness and the interaction of nature and culture."
“No Eddy you do not under stand. You are in danger right now! Swan is th—.”
The rest of what Alistair was trying to say was drowned out by the sudden
commotion of some one yelling about a llama being in the kitchen and how some
one had ...
Author: Steffan Becker
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Eddy Shade was your average police detective. That is until one evening he witnesses a mans bizarre murder. Despite the mans death being dismissed as natural causes Eddy decides to pursue the case anyways. A decision that will forever change his life. Eddy will learn that monsters and magic are not only real, but are everywhere, and that perhaps one of the most dangerous of all may be the very thing he is looking for.
It was a long-standing joke that Sana‟s father Tabari repeatedly beat him
despite his almost blindness. He studied the ... In the corner of his vegetable plot
was an ancient wicker beehive standing in the shade of a thicket of thorny
Author: Carl Nattrass
Publisher: Carl Nattrass
1930's Tunisia, and life for Leon is good. Sitting in his favourite bar, overlooking the sea, and drinking pastis, and getting paid for it, Leon contemplates if life could be any better; he has an easy job, his own apartment, a loving girlfriend, and great friends. But life is about to change forever. 12 hours later, he is on the run from the police, brutally chased, accused of spying and carrying a death sentence on his head. This book takes Leon, and the reader, on a fast-paced, weaving chase in which he must stay ahead of local and French police, as well as German and British intelligence. During an era of national distrust, global posturing, and improvised spying, Leon Afflelou must untangle the web to clear his name. Is he merely an unfortunate bystander in a deadly game?
... and Effect is impersonal, just like sunshine. If you are standing in the sun, you
receive the warmth and healing benefits of the sun's rays. If you are standing in the shade, it seems like the sun isn't shining on you, but who moved you into ...
Author: Robert Anthony
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
This commonsense approach to achieving success in one's life offers workable, step-by-step methods and positive visualization techniques to help readers personalize goals, trust creativity, transcend old beliefs and limitations, and transform positive thinking into positive action.,
Worksheet Questions: Where should I stand when it is hot outside? Where should
I stand when it is cold outside? How did I feel standing in the shade? How did I
feel standing in the sun? Where was I warmer? Where was I cooler? Where ...
To get there the walkers take a straight line across the grass, their route going
close to a knot of figures standing in the shade of a small group of trees. The
walkers come past in a thin line, in ones and twos, as if on a country amble. The
Author: Norman Harris
Publisher: Author House
Category: Sports & Recreation
It is London 1908, and the huge crowds will not be seen again until London 2012. But it has been a controversial and often unhappy Olympics, riven by American-British tensions. The marathon has promised to rise above the ill-feeling. It has taken on a life all of its own, and been hyped as “the greatest long-distance race in the history of the world”. And so it proves, as its climax goes beyond the hype, introducing quite unimaginable drama.... and yet greater controversy.
I did the only thing Icould think of, which was to grab up Sonja D'Amico's shades
andtrot backdown totheelevator with them, ... Four floorsdown, Pedrothe doorman
was standing in the shade of the awning and talking with Rafe the FedEx man.
Author: Stephen King
Publisher: Hachette UK
Just after sunset, as darkness grips the imagination, is the time when you feel the unexpected creep into the every day. As familiar journeys take a different turn, ordinary objects assume extraordinary powers. A blind intruder visits a dying man - and saves his life, with a kiss. A woman receives a phone call from her husband. Her late husband. In the emotional aftermath of her baby's sudden death, Emily starts running. And running. Her curiosity leads her right into the hands of a murderer . . . and soon her legs are her only hope for survival. Enter a world of masterful suspense, dark comedy and thrilling twists which will keep you riveted from the first page. Enter the world of No. 1 bestseller Stephen King.
They sit in a car or stand behind or lean against cars because they lost their ways
or they don ' t want to be identified with what ... Next we have the people who sit
under the shade in their lawn chairs or metal folding chairs or are sitting in the ...
Author: Severt Young Bear
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
Category: Social Science
"An inside view of the Lakota world-of the meaning of Lakota song and dance, of their history, of what it is to be Lakota in America today. . . . A lasting personal tribute to the Lakota way of living."-Whole Earth Review. "A unique, in-depth presentation on Lakota music and the profession of singer, a useful contemporary Oglala representation of the core of their culture, and a version of the involvement of the American Indian Movement on Pine Ridge Reservation, told by a man who was affiliated but not a principal leader. . . . This is a subjective statement, well and persuasively written."-Choice. Severt Young Bear stood in the light-in the center ring at powwows and other gatherings of Lakota people. As founder and, for many years, lead singer of the Porcupine Singers, a traditional singing and drumming group, he also stood, figuratively, in the light of understanding the cherished Lakota heritage. Young Bear's own life in Brotherhood Community, Porcupine District of the Pine Ridge Sioux Reservation, is the linchpin of this narrative, which ranges across the landscape of Dakota culture, from the significance of names to the search for modern Lakota identity, from Lakota oral traditions to powwows and giveaways, from child-rearing practices to humor and leadership. "Music is at the center of Lakota life, " says Young Bear; he describes in rich detail the origins and varieties of Lakota song and dance. Severt Young Bear performed with the Porcupine Singers throughout North America, taught at Oglala Lakota College, and served on the Oglala Sioux tribal council. He was music and dance consultant for the films Dances with Wolves and Thunder Heart. This book is the fruit of his longfriendship and collaboration with R. D. Theisz, a fellow Porcupine Singer and professor of communications and education at Black Hills State University.
Slash 8 inches in diameter or larger provides a habitat for spruce beetles ; it
provides beneficial shade for germination ... the shelterwood method ) , the new stand regenerates in small openings that leave standing trees around the
margins as ...
Jonah, watching them go, caught sight ofthe shadowy, cloaked figure standing in the shade ofatree. He scrambled to hisfeet but when he looked again, there was
nothing beneaththe branches after all.He screwed hiseyes up, blinking, but he ...
Author: M E. Holley
Publisher: John Hunt Publishing
Category: Juvenile Fiction
On the first morning of Jonah Drake’s summer holiday on the Welsh Borders, an enormous dog attacks him, and then weird creatures appear. An old legend of the area comes true and the last Great Dragon of Wales wakes from beneath the Radnor Forest. The people of the valley discover that terrifying Night Creatures want to take over the modern world. Only dragon-fire can destroy them – and Jonah finds that he is the only person who can control the Great Dragon.
During the day it is largely inactive, but does not seek shade until TA exceeds 40
°C. At TA 46 °C all the birds seek shade (standing or crouching, depending on
the height of the vegetation), pant and are reluctant to move into the sun, even ...
Author: Gordon L. Maclean
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
The scientific study of birds in arid regions has been conducted more or less intensively for about 40 years. This is an appropriate time to draw together the threads of the diverse research on birds living in such an extreme environment. Topics include: Desert Avifaunas; Food and Energy; Water - Drinking; Water Regulation; Thermoregulation; Timing of Breeding; Ecology of Breeding.