Clemson Through the Eyes of the Tiger

Clemson Through the Eyes of the Tiger

A compilation of first-hand stories of the antics and adventures of the Tiger and Tiger Cub of Clemson University, reported by the men and women who portrayed these mascots.

Author: John Seketa

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ISBN: 1495175413

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Through the Eyes of a Tiger

Through the Eyes of a Tiger

Tiger, the brown pup, had been patiently waiting outside the mess hall and fell in
behind. ... A receding hairline framed his broad face with an M. His eyes, in
constant motion, gave the impression he was a seeker of both information and ...

Author: Jay Hoyland

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781440133060

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 332

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In August of 1962, civilian medical doctor Jay Hoyland became an active-duty captain and medical officer in the U.S. Army Medical Corps during the Vietnam War. For the next twelve months, Hoyland provided medical support as a flight surgeon to the Ninety-Third Helicopter Company—the Soc Trang Tigers. It was a year that would prove to be pivotal for Vietnam, the United States, and Hoyland himself. Through the Eyes of a Tiger is the story of one man’s tour of duty in the Mekong Delta from November of 1962 through November of 1963. With the help of Hoyland’s wartime journals and letters sent home to his family, he recreates an unvarnished account of his life during this tumultuous time. Whether it is a heartbreaking visit to a Catholic orphanage, the adrenaline of combat, the unique relationship between brothers-in-arms, or the horrors of the hospital ward, Hoyland’s vivid imagery and thoughtful prose paint a realistic portrait of war. Set against the broader historical context of the Vietnam War, Through the Eyes of a Tiger is a worthy addition to the scholarship available on the Vietnam War. But more importantly, it reveals the dramatic impact of war, both present and future, on the soldier himself.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Through the Eye of the Tiger

Through the Eye of the Tiger

At 4 a.m. I am eyes open in the back lounge, iPad in hand, rummaging through
my weary head for the exact memory. ... I believe it may have actually been 1968,
after an Ides of March show at The Blue Village teen club in Westmont, Illinois, ...

Author: Jim Peterik

Publisher: BenBella Books, Inc.

ISBN: 9781940363561

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 352

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“Hey, yo, Jim . . . This is Sylvester Stallone. Give me a call . . .” It was these words that would set Jim Peterik on the road to rock ’n’ roll immortality. After he and his Survivor bandmates recorded “Eye of the Tiger” for the Rocky III soundtrack, the song would go on to earn a Grammy, an Oscar nomination, reach triple platinum status—and become one of the most recognizable tunes in music history. But there’s much more to the story of Survivor and its founding member, Jim Peterik, than meets the eye. As one of the most prolific songwriters of his generation, Peterik has cowritten songs with some of the most famous bands and artists of our time, including 38 Special (“Caught Up in You,” “Hold on Loosely”), Sammy Hagar (“Heavy Metal”), The Beach Boys, The Doobie Brothers, REO Speedwagon, Cheap Trick, and many more. Now, for the first time, Peterik is sharing his stories. Filled with tales from Peterik’s life in rock ’n’ roll, Through the Eye of the Tiger documents his early days of success with The Ides of March (“Vehicle”), through the often torturous power struggles within Survivor, and the giddy highs that accompany a trail of worldwide hits. From going to a party in Led Zeppelin’s hotel room (and turning right back out the door) to escorting a disoriented Janis Joplin back to her hotel room after opening her show in Calgary, Peterik’s accounts will surprise and delight. Through the Eye of the Tiger is more than just a memoir of a songwriting legend; it’s a classic rock ’n’ roll story told through the eyes of someone who has lived through it all—and through the Eye of the Tiger.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Who Am I Roar I Am a Tiger

Who Am I  Roar  I Am a Tiger

This ingenious little book doubles as a fun bath tub game.

Author: Tangerine Designs Ltd.

Publisher: B.E.S. Publishing

ISBN: 1438075324

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 8

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This ingenious little book doubles as a fun bath tub game. Each 2-page spread features an adorable animal face with two eye holes for children to peek through. When toddlers hold the book up to their face, the illustrations act like miniature masks. Suddenly baby is gone, and instead a tiger, elephant, crocodile, or monkey is in their place! A fun activity for children and parents to play together, and a cute way for babies to learn to identify different animals and the sounds they make.
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

Through the Tiger s Eye

Through the Tiger s Eye

An exciting fantasy-adventure about twelve-year-old Lucy and her little brother Ricardo, who discover a secret tunnel that leads them to a group of children held prisoner in the jungle.

Author: Kerrie O'Connor

Publisher: Allen & Unwin

ISBN: 1865085383

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 280

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An exciting fantasy-adventure about twelve-year-old Lucy and her little brother Ricardo, who discover a secret tunnel that leads them to a group of children held prisoner in the jungle.
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Through the Eyes of Tiger Cubs

Through the Eyes of Tiger Cubs

Over the next four months, typhoid, dysentery, and small pox swept through the
camp decimating an already weak force. Washington and his medics decided to
act on a rumor that small pox could be prevented. They decided to rub the pus of
 ...

Author: Mark L. Clifford

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118094648

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 224

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What will Asia look like ten years from now? Find out by taking a look through the eyes of the Asia's next generation of leaders Following economic booms in Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea, and Taiwan—the four Asian Tigers—attention has shifted to success stories in other Asian economies. However, a number of challenges have also emerged that could threaten the region's development over the next decade. Through the Eyes of Tiger Cubs offers a unique glimpse into the younger generation's view of Asia's future. It draws on the perspective of more than 80 visionary young Asians, who have identified the key issues and who see innovative solutions for areas as diverse as education and labor markets, demographics and healthcare, energy and the environment, and governance and geopolitics. The book's insights are based on a collection of think-pieces from a broad range of young Asians—the result of a competition organized by the Asia Business Council, Time magazine, the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore, as well as additional research by the Council. The book is unique in that it: Provides a viewpoint in contrast to the usual perspective of businesses, governments, economists, and journalists Brings together the responses of almost a hundred young Asian thinkers to the questions "What is the biggest challenge facing Asia over the next ten years?" "Why?" and "What should be done about it?" Offers policy makers, business leaders, and others who are concerned about the future of Asia a unique glimpse into the younger generation's vision The next generation has a high stake in ensuring Asia's long-term growth. Gain a unique perspective on how the leaders of tomorrow see the future.
Categories: Business & Economics

Flashbacks Through a Tiger s Eyes

Flashbacks Through a Tiger s Eyes

Poetry and photographs by Vietnam infantry veteran Paul La Forest of Australian troop involvement in the Vietnam War covering training, combat and the lasting effects in the aftermath.

Author: Paul La Forest, Sr.

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ISBN: 0648487008

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Page: 274

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Poetry and photographs by Vietnam infantry veteran Paul La Forest of Australian troop involvement in the Vietnam War covering training, combat and the lasting effects in the aftermath.
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In the Eyes of a Tiger

In the Eyes of a Tiger

If you do not something may decide to come along and grab you. You know the
world is a dangerous place. Be careful! I don't want to lose you to some idiot
human, who would rather see your pelt on his floor than on you.” Both Saltin and
 ...

Author: Candi McBride

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1467057630

Category: Poetry

Page: 108

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White stars shine in the vastness of the night Such tiny little specks of hope such strength in such small light Peace wells within my heart & in my mind Just because those stars Ive left the world behind Left alone to find my peace & my inner being How can this world survive without the beauty I am seeing? When I look upon the stars at night all else starts to fade For such a perfect work of art what price have we paid?
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The Eye of the Tiger Hungry as the Sea

The Eye of the Tiger  Hungry as the Sea

no sign—though she crawled out through the entrance and clung precariously to
the side of the raft, scanning the wave-caps about her ... She searched and
searched until her eyes streamed with the cold and the wind and concentration.

Author: Wilbur Smith

Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin

ISBN: 1429962062

Category: Fiction

Page: 720

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THE EYE OF THE TIGER The deep. The deadly. The damned... For a thousand years, an unimaginable treasure has rested on the bottom of the Indian Ocean, hidden by swift blue currents, guarded by deadly coral reefs, and even deadlier school of man-eating great white sharks. Harry Fletcher, a former soldier turned fisherman, is now being pulled into a murderous mystery by men willing to kill and a beautiful woman willing to lie for what rests far beneath the sea. Now, Harry has no choice but to enter full bore into an international battle to raise an extraordinary object from the deep. Because possessing this treasure isn't just about getting rich--it's about staying alive... HUNGRY AS THE SEA Wilbur Smith sets his vividly realistic novels on the razor's edge between human courage and nature's wrath. In Hungry As The Sea, this master storyteller takes us to the frigid South Atlantic, where one man fights for his life-- and for redemption. Nicholas Berg is steaming out of Cape Town aboard the salvage tug Warlock. Once Berg ruled an ocean-going empire. Now, his future has come down to a powerful boat and a daring rescue mission. One of his former ships is being lashed against the cliffs of Cape Alarm, surrounded by deadly icebergs and survivors clinging to their boats. Berg has gambled everything on reaching the Golden Adventurer before a competitor and a violent storm-- to win a fortune in salvage fees. But if Nick Berg succeeds, and climbs back into the international shipping game, that's when the real danger will begin... From the power of a relentless ocean to the hunger of men to survive upon her, this is a towering novel of adventure, love and the daring of the human soul.
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Eerie Comics Number 1 Eyes of the Tiger

Eerie Comics  Number 1  Eyes of the Tiger

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Author: Yojimbo Press LLC

Publisher: Yojimbo Press LLC

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Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 54

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This haunting debut of Eerie comics contains the following stories... This man loves felines to death in "The Eyes of the Tiger". A man's wealth depends on a strange elixir in "Dead Man's Tale". Two explorers find themselves on the menu in "Man-Eating Lizards". A freak haunting in "Mystery of Murder Manor". A man takes solving marital issues into his own hands in "The Strange Case of Henpecked Harry" plus vintage advertisements. First published in the 40's, Eerie explores mysterious tales of gruesome monsters, fantasy and science fiction. Many popular comics and movies draw their roots from these mysterious, creepy and sometimes cheesy stories of terror. Enjoy a nostalgic trip down memory lane with the best titles from the golden age of comics. Yojimbo Press has lovingly remastered these timeless classics with vivid color correction and image restoration.
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Through the Tiger s Eyes

Through the Tiger s Eyes

Describes the authors' efforts to save the tigers of India from extinction amidst widespread poaching and seemingly indifferent governments

Author: Stanley Breeden

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780898158472

Category: Nature

Page: 193

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Describes the authors' efforts to save the tigers of India from extinction amidst widespread poaching and seemingly indifferent governments
Categories: Nature

The Eye of the Tiger

The Eye of the Tiger

Taita led Nefer through the narrow lanes, past temples and palaces now
inhabited only by the lizard and the scorpion, until they reached the deserted
central square. In its centre stood the monument to Lord Tanus and his triumph
over the ...

Author: Wilbur Smith

Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks

ISBN: 9781429907842

Category: Fiction

Page: 403

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The deep. The deadly. The damned... For a thousand years, an unimaginable treasure has rested on the bottom of the Indian Ocean, hidden by swift blue currents, guarded by deadly coral reefs, and even deadlier school of man-eating great white sharks. Harry Fletcher, a former soldier turned fisherman, is now being pulled into a murderous mystery by men willing to kill and a beautiful woman willing to lie for what rests far beneath the sea. Now, Harry has no choice but to enter full bore into an international battle to raise an extraordinary object from the deep. Because possessing this treasure isn't just about getting rich--it's about staying alive... in Wilbur Smith's The Eye of the Tiger.
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George Oppen

George Oppen

SEVEN. Into. the. Eyes. of. the. Tiger. Oppen's penultimate collection of poems,
Myth of the Blaze, gathers up the themes of previous works—stark landscapes, a
railing against social injustices, and the deep-rooted human fear of loneliness ...

Author: Lyn Graham Barzilai

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 9781476614830

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 231

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This book offers a detailed look into the life and works of Pulitzer Prize-winning Jewish American poet George Oppen. Born in 1908 in New York State, Oppen spent parts of his life working as a die cutter and carpenter and later running a furniture factory. Like the work he did with his hands during those years, his poetry used basic materials; he favored short, simple nouns and focused on concrete objects rather than abstractions. This book examines the characteristics of Oppen's work, particularly his use of small and often odd phrasings and unusual line formations to express the ultimately inexpressible. The first three chapters delve into his primitive modes, language and materials. Subsequent chapters tackle his subjects: cityscapes, light and water, and then animals and their relation to human history and struggles. His final collection of poems, Primitive, is examined in its own chapter, which is followed by an exploration of recurring specific phrases and concrete images. The author demonstrates how Oppen's poetry restores to readers an essential dimension of communication and experience that has been ignored or forgotten.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Tiger s Eye

Tiger s Eye

And in drastic and dangerous moments—like with Amber—you will be able to go
through what they go through. This can be a good ... The next thing I knew I was
looking into your eyes and feeling your breathing pick back up. After a second ...

Author: E. L. Waggoner

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781477135174

Category: Fiction

Page: 234

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Ava Rose Wibbell is a girl who has never felt like she fits in. She has a large number of close friends, a father, who loves her, and a small community that has watched her grow from infancy to adulthood. And that close-knit, small-town community adores both Ava and her father. But even with the seemingly perfect surroundings, Ava can t help but notice the odd things that happen around her. For instance, the way people fall in love with her without knowing a single thing about who she is. She starts to recognize the peculiar reactions everyone has when she s in their vicinity reactions that aren t exactly normal human behavior. And then there is the way her father always seems to be waiting for something, waiting for Ava to do something, or be something other than what she is. She can feel his eyes searching her for some change, but she has no idea what he is expecting to happen. She begins to piece together the puzzle of who she is, and when the picture finally becomes clear, the truth will change her life forever.
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Through My Eyes

Through My Eyes

I couldn't believe my eyes and ears when every teacher stood up and clapped!
Mr. Thomas, the headmaster, explained to everyone why he asked me about
Tiger. Tiger, apparently, hadn't been sent to him for misbehavior for over three ...

Author: John Paull

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781469125671

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 312

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Through My Eyes, the first of three memoirs, describes Johns childhood in a working class community in SW England, , and its impact on his lifetime work as a teacher of children and teacher of teachers. John began his career in the swinging 60s, teaching in Leicestershire, then the leading light in progressive education. Perceived to be a successful and effective teacher, he quickly moved out of the classroom, joining the Leicestershire Advisory team, with a brief to support the classroom development of hands-on science activity. Converting an old one-teacher village school, John created Foxton Field Study Center, inviting teachers and students to visit for hands-on activity. In the mid 1960s, his work in the field of science soon came to the notice of American educators, and John was invited to run several science workshops for teachers in various parts of the U.S. In 1970, he joined Professor David Hawkins at CU Boulder, when David opened the Mountain View Center for Environmental Education, a base for teachers wanting to do more and more hands-on science with their students.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Through the Eyes of the Pack

Through the Eyes of the Pack

For example, women could inherit property through their mother's line and
become political leaders,judges, traders, and ... the Trung sisters committed acts
of bravery such as killing a fearful people-eating tiger, and they used the tiger's
skin as ...

Author: Lorenzo Currie

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781493145188

Category: Self-Help

Page: 331

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This is the real deal nowI am not trying to persuade anyone or change their minds. I am simply telling the truth! This is... The inside on the forgotten and taboo cultural history and the forgotten art of respect for one another and the inside views and explanations of people of mixed heritages and their life encounters, how other ethnic groups treat one another, and how they think of other groups in society. The ugly truth about man and prejudice as well as how to love and accept other cultures, what to do with your mixed childs hair and skin care products, as well as important people in each of the main cultures of whites, blacks, Asians, Native Americans, and Hispanics. People you never heard of that made great contributions to our present day world, as well as women who, against the odds of man, contributed greatly to our present-day society. Women who were told not to do so, but they did it with determination and courage! Experience the hidden secret of each culture that can only be shared and protected by that culture as a group. A glossary of the meanings of words in the book, as well as every ethnic derogatory word from A to Z.
Categories: Self-Help

Tiger s Eye

Tiger s Eye

And we, you and I, reading over his shoulder. ... negligently negotiating 'the van'
through a pass, 'chanting over a doleful ditty peculiar to his class... his hat over
his eyes as he generally wore it. ..occasionally runfning] against stumps and then
 ...

Author: Inga Clendinnen

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9780743206006

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 289

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A prize-winning Australian historian chronicles her long struggle with an incurable liver disease and offers a detailed examination into the workings of the human memory and the construction of the self under the challenges of a disability. 30,000 first printing.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Through the Eyes of Iris

Through the Eyes of Iris

They cannot look down and know they are a bird, a tiger, a whale, an antelope, a
fox, a heron. Nature imperils both the Earth and all inhabitants upon it, except
one, to act according to a pre-programmed tapestry of cause and effect - of want ...

Author: Thomas Henry Bennett

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9780955854408

Category: Fiction

Page: 250

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With growth forced upon her by the gestation of an unwanted child in her womb, Iris Silkin recollects enduring physical and emotional change and the moral questions she must answer to protect herself, her friends and her child from the threat of man, of peoples and of humanity. Depicting mere existence in the City of London, crime, London's twisted value systems and the spirit's ability to overcome, Iris Silkin's memoir is a testament to one woman's triumph over male greed, institutional arrogance and criminal deceit
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Through the Eyes of A Frog

Through the Eyes of A Frog

... Western Banjo Frog Moaning Frog Western Blue-spotGoby WaterMite
Southern Brown Bandicoot Tiger Snake Woma Python Bobtail Plants
PaperBarkTree JarrahTree Great Egret Black-shouldered Kite Yelloweye Mullet
Freshwater Mussel ...

Author: Sandy Barber

Publisher: Western Australian Museum

ISBN: 9781925040012

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 16

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Discover the wonder of a natural wetlands habitat — through the eyes of a frog. A colourful picture book which introduces young readers to the natural environment of frogs, to the range of flora and other fauna to be found there, and to how all these things are necessary for a healthy environment. The book is a perfect introduction for young children to a wide range of Australian plants and animals, to environmental and conservation issues, and to the need to care for the environment.
Categories: Juvenile Nonfiction

Little Tigers

Little Tigers

Perfect for fans of the BBC's Planet Earth, this beautiful book will inspire young nature lovers. Also by Jo Weaver: Little One, Little Whale

Author: Jo Weaver

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781444937541

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

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Told through the eyes of a tiger and her two cubs, this beautiful book is a celebration of the love between parent and child, and the wonders of the natural world. There are humans in the jungle... So Mother Tiger and her cubs need to leave their den. Follow them on their journey through the deepest parts of the jungle, exploring its secret places, in search of somewhere warm and dry to lay their heads. A safe place. A new home. With evocative charcoal drawings and gentle, lyrical storytelling, Little Tigers has the feel of an instant classic. Perfect for fans of the BBC's Planet Earth, this beautiful book will inspire young nature lovers. Also by Jo Weaver: Little One, Little Whale
Categories: Juvenile Fiction