Man Of Supremacy

Author by : Ronald Guadamuz
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Publisher by : Author House
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Description : Aleus Stevenson fights daily to survive Folsom sState pPrison. For long months of suffering and brawling for a twenty five year sentence, he thought life was truly over. Until one day, a holy man arrives in solitary to visit him;, giving a special offer to accept and gain his freedom. Giving suspicion and doubt for the moment, Aleus accepts the offer, not knowing that his life would change forever, for he is now revealed to be the chosen deliverer of the kingdom of Hheaven, the Arbiter. A—a sole warrior that’s gifted with extraordinary abilities from seven powerful angels of Hheaven. Now the time of the prophecy has begun. Different world's will he discover, allies will he meet, dark enemies will he face, saving humanity from annihilation is his main priority. Yet, can he survive the gruesome challenges that await him.?


Morgenr The A Suppl To The Supremacy Of Man

Author by : John Pulsford
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The Supremacy Of Man A Suggestive Inquiry Respecting The Philosophy And Theology Of The Future By J Pulsford

Author by : John Pulsford
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Supremacy Of Scripture

Author by : William Edward Jelf
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Secrets Of Mental Supremacy

Author by : W. R. C. Latson
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Publisher by : The Floating Press
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Description : Imagine the strides you could make in your personal and professional life if your powers of sensory perception, recall, and critical analysis were vastly improved. In Secrets of Mental Supremacy, famed mentalist W.R.C. Latson offers readers plenty of practical tips, tools, and exercises designed to boost brain power. A must-read for anyone who could use a little extra help to gain an edge over the competition.


Supremacy

Author by : Chase Burris
Languange : en
Publisher by : Supremacy Publishing
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Description : Growing up in Nile was always a good time. Children played in their cul-de-sac's as their parents sat on the porch watching. Birds were chirping, cold drinks were being passed around. Everyone knew of the upcoming technology that was to replace the security systems of the town. It was all part of GVC's new technological researching to help better the city. Of course, with new advances comes new dangers. New issues that will need to be solved. The Global Values Company was a huge corporation with all the fancy new gadgets and gizmo's that everyone wanted. All of that changed when the head of the company decided to take over. He was a ruthless tyrant. With no mercy on anyone he came in contact with. He knew he had the power to take over the world and that's exactly what he planned to do. He wanted power, respect, and Supremacy.


White Man Falling

Author by : Abby L. Ferber
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Publisher by : Rowman & Littlefield
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Description : Ferber's provocative critique examines white supremacists' firm belief that white men are becoming victims and the repercussions of their attempts to assert white male power.


The Spartan Supremacy 412 371 Bc

Author by : Bob Bennett
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Publisher by : Pen and Sword
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Description : Sparta was a small city which consistently punched above its weight in the affairs of classical Greece, happily meddling in the affairs of the other cities. For two centuries her warriors were acknowledged as second to none. Yet at only one period in its long history, in the late fourth and early third century BC, did the home of these grim warriors seem set to entrench itself as the dominant power in the Greek world. This period includes the latter stages of the Peloponnesian War from 412 BC to the Spartan victory in 402, and then down to the Spartan defeat by the Thebans at Leuctra in 371 BC, where it all began to unravel for the Spartan Empirern Surprisingly few previous books have covered the tumultuous first decades of the fourth century BC, particularly when compared to the ample coverage of the Peloponnesian War. As the authors explain, although the earlier period has the benefit of Thucydides' magisterial history, the period covered here is actually well served by sources and well worthy of study. There are many interesting characters here, including Alcibiades, Lysander, Agesilaus, Pelopidas and Epaminondas, to name but a few. In addition there are several campaigns and battles that are reported in enough detail to make them interesting and comprehensible to the reader. Bob Bennett and Mike Roberts untangle the complexities of this important but unduly neglected period for the modern reader.


Entangled By White Supremacy

Author by : Janet G. Hudson
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Publisher by : University Press of Kentucky
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Description : Despite its significance in world and American history, the World War I era is seldom identified as a turning point in southern history, as it failed to trigger substantial economic, political, or social change in the South. Yet in 1917, black and white reformers in South Carolina saw their world on the brink of momentous change. In a state politically controlled by a white minority, the war era incited oppositional movements. As South Carolina's economy benefited from the war, white reformers sought to use their newfound prosperity to better the state's education system and economy and to provide white citizens with a better standard of living. Black reformers, however, channeled the feelings of hope instilled by a war that would "make the world safe for democracy" into efforts that challenged the structures of the status quo. In Entangled by White Supremacy: Reform in World War I--era South Carolina, historian Janet G. Hudson examines the complex racial and social dynamics at play during this pivotal period of U.S. history. With critical study of the early war mobilization efforts, public policy debates, and the state's political culture, Hudson illustrates how the politics of white supremacy hindered the reform efforts of both white and black activists. The World War I period was a complicated time in South Carolina -- an era of prosperity and hope as well as fear and anxiety. As African Americans sought to change the social order, white reformers confronted the realization that their newfound economic opportunities could also erode their control. Hudson details how white supremacy formed an impenetrable barrier to progress in the region. Entangled by White Supremacy explains why white southerners failed to construct a progressive society by revealing the incompatibility of white reformers' twin goals of maintaining white supremacy and achieving progressive reform. In addition, Hudson offers insight into the social history of South Carolina and the development of the state's crucial role in the civil rights era to come.


A Man Of Honor

Author by : Tina Leonard
Languange : en
Publisher by : Harlequin
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Description : A man of honor always protects the woman he loves Cord Greer was one such man. Tessa Draper had been his brother's woman, but no matter how it broke his heart, Cord would do whatever it took to keep her safe. Even marry her in name only. Tessa was pregnant and alone, and her life—as well as Cord's—was threatened. Marriage provided them temporary security—and the ultimate temptation. As danger closed in, was it fear that drove Tessa into Cord's arms—or something more than Cord had dared to hope for? A Crookseye Canyon Story: A small town full of strong men and women—and love as everlasting as the wide Texas sky.