Blood Feud

The Red Sox, the Yankees, and the Struggle of Good Versus Evil
Author: Bill Nowlin,Jim Prime
Publisher: Rounder Records
ISBN: 9781579401115
Category: Sports & Recreation
Page: 292
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A fresh look at the merciless Red Sox / Yankees rivalry, drawing on history, original interviews with players from both sides, and discussions with partisans of each team among the fans.

Tally's Blood


Author: Ann Marie Di Mambro
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1471808424
Category: Study Aids
Page: 192
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Exam Board: SQA Level: National 4 & 5 Subject: English First Teaching: September 2013 First Exam: June 2014 As well as being a highly popular play for National 5 English study, Tally's Blood paints a wonderful picture of life in wartime Scotland, as experienced by the Italian immigrant community. Exploring the themes of racism, love and family loyalties, it does so with humour and warmth through the eyes of an Italian family with close blood ties. When World War Two breaks out, friendships outwith the family are sorely tested by the difficulties of wartime prejudice. - One of the set drama texts for National 5 English - Written by a very successful playwright and television screenplay writer

Thrombosis and Hemorrhage


Author: Joseph Loscalzo,Andrew I. Schafer
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
ISBN: 078173066X
Category: Medical
Page: 1142
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Now in its Third Edition, this authoritative text continues to provide a comprehensive and systematic review of the biology, pathobiology, and clinical disorders of the hemostatic system. Its unique organization of the basic sciences coupled with clinical sections yields a user-friendly integrated text, and a reference tool that meets the needs of diverse investigators and clinicians of contemporary medicine for understanding the hemostatic system. New chapter topics covered in this edition include angiogenesis and vasculogenesis; hemorrhagic complications of antithrombotic therapy; interactions of coagulation and fibrinolytic proteins with the vessel wall; and less common thrombotic disorders.

Ugly – Pretty – Special 2: Pretty - Erkenne dein Gesicht


Author: Scott Westerfeld
Publisher: Carlsen
ISBN: 3646929413
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Page: 400
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*** Jetzt endlich als Ebook! Die spannende Serie rund um das Mädchen Tally und eine vermeintlich schöne Zukunft! *** Band 2 von UGLY PRETTY SPECIAL -- Tally ist von einer Ugly zur Pretty geworden. Sie sieht umwerfend aus, hat einen tollen Freund und ist wahnsinnig beliebt. Aber bei allem Spaß, den Partys, dem Luxus, spürt Tally, dass irgendetwas nicht stimmt. Dann erhält sie eine Botschaft aus ihrer Vergangenheit - und plötzlich wird ihr klar, was in der Pretty-Welt fehlt. Tally beginnt, umzudenken und begibt sich damit in tödliche Gefahr. Denn wer zu viel weiß, gerät schnell ins Visier der Behörden ...

Strangers in Blood

Fur Trade Company Families in Indian Country
Author: Jennifer S. H. Brown
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
ISBN: 9780806128139
Category: History
Page: 255
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For two centuries (1670-1870), English, Scottish, and Canadian fur traders voyaged the myriad waterways of Rupert's Land, the vast territory charted to the Hudson's Bay Company and later splintered among five Canadian provinces and four American states. The knowledge and support of northern Native peoples were critical to the newcomer's survival and success. With acquaintance and alliance came intermarriage, and the unions of European traders and Native women generated thousands of descendants. Jennifer Brown's Strangers in Blood is the first work to look systematically at these parents and their children. Brown focuses on Hudson's Bay Company officers and North West Company wintering partners and clerks-those whose relationships are best known from post journals, correspondence, accounts, and wills. The durability of such families varied greatly. Settlers, missionaries, European women, and sometimes the courts challenged fur trade marriages. Some officers' Scottish and Canadian relatives dismissed Native wives and "Indian" progeny as illegitimate. Traders who took these ties seriously were obliged to defend them, to leave wills recognizing their wives and children, and to secure their legal and social status-to prove that they were kin, not "strangers in blood." Brown illustrates that the lives and identities of these children were shaped by factors far more complex than "blood." Sons and daughters diverged along paths affected by gender. Some descendants became Métis and espoused Métis nationhood under Louis Riel. Others rejected or were never offered that course-they passed into white or Indian communities or, in some instances, identified themselves (without prejudice) as "half breeds." The fur trade did not coalesce into a single society. Rather, like Rupert's Land, it splintered, and the historical consequences have been with us ever since.

Viruses and Human Disease


Author: Ellen G. Strauss,James H. Strauss
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 9780080521688
Category: Science
Page: 383
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This is the first text to examine the connection between virology and human disease. It is also the first book to integrate basic virology with pathophysiological conditions. By contrast, most virology textbooks focus on the molecular biology involved without adequate reference to physiology. Viruses and Human Disease is four-color throughout and contains clearly labeled figures and tables. Key Features *Provides a concise overview of animal viruses, emphasizing those causing diseases in humans; * Integrates discussion of molecular biology, epidemiology, and the history of human viruses; * Presents treatment of prions, gene therapy, and vaccine development; * Illustrated in color by an expert virologist; * Includes world maps depicting the current distribution of existing and newly emerging viruses

War Letters

Extraordinary Correspondence from American Wars
Author: Andrew Carroll
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781439107317
Category: History
Page: 512
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In 1998, Andrew Carroll founded the Legacy Project, with the goal of remembering Americans who have served their nation and preserving their letters for posterity. Since then, over 50,000 letters have poured in from around the country. Nearly two hundred of them comprise this amazing collection -- including never-before-published letters that appear in the new afterword. Here are letters from the Civil War, World War I, World War II, Korea, the Cold War, Vietnam, the Persian Gulf war, Somalia, and Bosnia -- dramatic eyewitness accounts from the front lines, poignant expressions of love for family and country, insightful reflections on the nature of warfare. Amid the voices of common soldiers, marines, airmen, sailors, nurses, journalists, spies, and chaplains are letters by such legendary figures as Gen. William T. Sherman, Clara Barton, Theodore Roosevelt, Ernie Pyle, Gen. Douglas MacArthur, Julia Child, Gen. Norman Schwarzkopf, and Gen. Benjamin O. Davis Sr. Collected in War Letters, they are an astonishing historical record, a powerful tribute to those who fought, and a celebration of the enduring power of letters.

Guillain-Barre Syndrome

From Diagnosis to Recovery
Author: Dr Gareth J. Parry, MB, ChB, FRACP,Joel S. Steinberg, MD, PhD, FICA
Publisher: Demos Medical Publishing
ISBN: 9781934559574
Category: Health & Fitness
Page: 296
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Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS) is a disorder in which the body's immune system attacks part of the peripheral nervous system. Feelings of tingling and weakness increase in intensity until the muscles cannot be used at all and the patient is almost totally paralyzed. No one knows why Guillain-Barre strikes some people and not others, or what sets the disease in motion. What we do know is that GBS is now the most common cause of acute paralysis in Western countries since the virtual elimination of poliomyelitis with vaccination programs. Guillain-Barre Syndrome, co-authored by a survivor of this illness, addresses all aspects of this condition, including initial symptoms, diagnostic evaluation and criteria, general and illness specific treatments, and typical outcomes. Fortunately, most GBS patients have a good recovery, but the pathway to this goal can be slow and scary. This book covers a wide range of issues including: Features unique to GBS such as pain without injury and other abnormal sensations Workplace adjustment with incomplete recovery Intensive care unit management Practical caregivers guidelines The rehabilitation process Sexual dysfunction, and much more Guillain-Barre Syndrome is a comprehensive book, written in lay terms, covering everything from diagnosis to emotional issues. It is a book that stands alone. This latest volume in the American Academy of Neurology Press Quality of Life Guide series is an essential tool for all individuals, families, and caregivers coping with Guillain-Barre Syndrome.

Ugly

verlier nicht dein Gesicht
Author: Scott Westerfeld
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9783551310064
Category:
Page: 428
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Guide to Developing and Managing an Emergency Service

Infection Control Program
Author: DIANE Publishing Company
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
ISBN: 9780788128158
Category:
Page: 190
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Designed to assist emergency managers in establishing an effective infection control program within their organizations. Serves as a valuable resource to managers seeking a clear understanding of communicable disease issues. Will facilitate compliance with current laws, regulations, and standards related to infection control in the emergency services. Glossary of common terms. Bibliography. Sources of additional information. Over 100 charts and graphs.