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Exposed: Inexcusable Me...Irreplaceable Him

Shannon M. Deitz - Religion - 2010 - 300 pages
"My job is just to give you the message; it is up to you whether you believe it or not." -Saint Bernadette of Lourdes Shannon Deitz spent nearly two decades of her life in the ...
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The Body in the Vestibule

Katherine Hall Page - Fiction - 1992 - 211 pages
On a two-month stay in Lyon with her minister husband and son, Ben, Faith Fairchild, pregnant with her second child, works on a cookbook and discovers the body of a local ...
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Unbalanced: A View from the Vestibule - Schizophrenia and Hyperattention

Simeon Locke - Medical - 2011 - 127 pages
The symptoms of schizophrenia have generated interest more than two centuries. How are they produced? Where do they come from? In this book, Dr Locke proposes a new basic ...
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The Vestibule of Hell: Why Left and Right Have Never Made Sense in Politics ...

Hugh Graham - Political Science - 2001 - 372 pages
The terms "left" and "right" have become ingrained in our minds -- in politics, economics, and social theory. But, as Hugh Graham argues in this absorbing book, these concepts ...
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Training the vestibule for aerospace operations: central control of ...

Kent K. Gillingham, USAF School of Aerospace Medicine - Medical - 1965 - 32 pages
Emphasis is placed on the evidence that the vestibular system is capable of being trained. One aspect of the mechanism by which training can be wrought, the vestibular efferent ...
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