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The Greatest Show on Earth

H.K. Bansal - 1995 - 160 pages
THE Story is billion years old, Created by the Greatest Show Master known as God..... GOD created the world for his own charm with atmosphere cold and warm..... YOU will find ...
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The Greatest Show on Earth

Rachael Phillips - Fiction - 2013 - 176 pages
“Welcome to our circus. . .” Lauren Pellegrino, the widow of a too-daring Hollywood stuntman, hopes for a quiet, safe life with her twin sons in Peru, Indiana—far away from ...
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Mahakumbh, the Greatest Show on Earth

J. S. Mishra - Allahabad (India) - 2004 - 120 pages
It Is About Mahakumbh-2001 At Allhabad. Presents Mahakumbh In Its Totality Details Of Management Aspects-Highlights The Lessons Learnt From The Successful Execution Of This ...
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Evolution or Creation?: A Comparison of the Arguments - Second Edition

Albert DeBenedictis - Science - 2011 - 392 pages
Have you ever wondered how the universe originated or whether the universe always existed? Have you ever wondered how life began on earth? Have you ever heard others discuss ...
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Paleontology: A Brief History of Life

Ian Tattersall - Religion - 2011 - 232 pages
"Endlessly absorbing and informative. It would be hard to imagine a better introduction to this most important and fascinating field.”—Bill Bryson, author of A Short History ...
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Why Evolution Is True

Jerry A. Coyne - Science - 2009 - 309 pages
Weaving together and explaining the latest discoveries and ideas from many disparate areas of modern science, this succinct and important book will leave no one with an open ...
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In the Beginning: A Scientist Shows Why the Creationists Are Wrong

Christopher McGowan - Religion
The creationists are eager to inflict their particular brand of 'science' upon our children, writes Chris McGowan, and this is where responsible scientists must draw the line ...
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