Dance with the Enemy

Dance with the Enemy Author Rob Sinclair
ISBN-10 0995693307
Release 2017-02-01
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Dance with the Enemy is the action-packed and gripping first chapter in the highly-acclaimed and bestselling Enemy series of espionage thrillers featuring Carl Logan.



Dancing with the Enemy

Dancing with the Enemy Author Paul Glaser
ISBN-10 9781780747545
Release 2015-05-07
Pages 999
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When Paul Glaser discovered his Aunt Rosie’s remarkable wartime diaries, photographs and letters he was shocked: he had been raised as a Catholic, and had no knowledge of his Jewish heritage. But the story he was to uncover and reconstruct was one far larger and more dramatic than he could have ever imagined. Rosie Glaser was a magnetic force – hopeful, exuberant and cunning. An emancipated woman who defied convention, she toured Western Europe teaching ballroom dancing to high acclaim, falling in love hard and often. By the age of twenty-five, she had lost the great love of her life, married the wrong man, and sought consolation in the arms of another. Then the Nazis seized power. After operating an illegal dance school in her parents’ attic, she was betrayed by both her ex-husband and her lover, taken prisoner by the SS and sent to a series of concentration camps. Of the twelve-hundred people who arrived with her at Auschwitz, only eight survived.



Dance with the Enemy

Dance with the Enemy Author Linda Boulanger
ISBN-10 1617521590
Release 2013-07-10
Pages 304
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The time has come for Elenya to meet the man she's belonged to since she was three, the man whose blood flows through her veins. In the midst of the maidens, the King's warriors are released; each forced to find the woman chosen for him through her scent, resulting in a half-mad frenzy that heightens already aroused animalistic needs. Elenya is terrified, especially when she realizes what the warrior searching for her does not - that she's been marked with the blood of her family's enemy. As the leader of the King's elite forces makes his way toward her, she ignores the pull of the marking and darts out into the night ... into his territory. She has to get to the Masters so they can right this wrong. A mistake must have been made. Surely fate would not force her to dance for a lifetime in the arms of her enemy. And if it did, would his blood flowing through her veins be enough to unite their hearts? "There are books that touch you so deep, make you dizzy with emotion, and stay with you long after you've read the last word to the point that you can't seem to get it out of your head. Dance with the Enemy is one of those books!!!" Author and Reader M.M. Roethig Note: This is a 2015 revised version of the original work.



Indian Dances of North America

Indian Dances of North America Author Reginald Laubin
ISBN-10 0806121726
Release 1989
Pages 538
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Descriptions of the dances, costumes, body decorations, and musical accompaniment supplement information on the cultural background of Indian dancing



Dance

Dance Author Ann Stevenson
ISBN-10 9780768499797
Release 2011-07-28
Pages 251
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Journey with Ann Stevenson as she leads you step by step through the mysteries of the divine beauty of dance as choreographed by the Creator Himself. Where does dance fit into worship, warfare, and wholeness? Learn the foundational biblical truths vital to the fullness of God's created purpose for dance. A dancer since the age of three, Ann now directs one of the nation's largest Christian dance ministries and wants to teach you how to release yourself into the worship that God has called for you. Learn how to reclaim and restore dance to its rightful place in the Kingdom of God. Oppose the enemy's efforts to keep dance in his worldly kingdom, and let discernment, wisdom, and maturity win the day against our ancient foe. Corporate worship in the church will never complete or accomplish its original purpose to the satisfaction of God's heart without the divine element of dance functioning in its proper place.Dance! sets a high standard for the education and restoration of dance according the Word of God.



Willa Cather and the Dance

Willa Cather and the Dance Author Wendy K. Perriman
ISBN-10 9780838642030
Release 2009
Pages 370
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Anna Pavlova's revolutionary debut in 1910 at the Metropolitan Opera House captivated the nation and introduced Americans to the charms of modern ballet. Willa Cather was among the first intellectuals to recognize that dance had suddenly been elevated into a new art form, and she quickly trained herself to become one of the leading balletomanes of her era. Willa Cather and the Dance: "A Most Satisfying Elegance" traces the writer's dance education, starting with the ten-page explication she wrote in 1913 for McClure's magazine called "Training for the Ballet." Cather's interest was sustained through her entire canon as she utilized characters, scenes, and images from almost all of the important dance productions that played in New York.



The Ojibwa Dance Drum

The Ojibwa Dance Drum Author Thomas Vennum
ISBN-10 0873517636
Release 2015-01-27
Pages 336
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Hiding in a lake under lily pads after fleeing U.S. soldiers, a Dakota woman was given a vision over the course of four days instructing her to build a large drum and teaching her the songs that would bring peace and end the killing of her people. From the Dakota, the "big drum" spread throughout the Algonquian-speaking tribes to the Ojibwe, becoming the centerpiece of their religious ceremonies. This edition of "The Ojibwe Dance Drum, "originally created through the collaboration of Ojibwe drum maker and singer William Bineshii Baker Sr. and folklorist Thomas Vennum, has a new introduction by history professor Rick St. Germaine that discusses the research behind this book and updates readers on the recent history of the Ojibwe Drum Dance.



From the Enemy s Point of View

From the Enemy s Point of View Author Eduardo Viveiros de Castro
ISBN-10 0226858014
Release 1992-07-15
Pages 407
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"Translated and revised version of author's 1986 doctoral thesis, one of the most influential monographs in Brazilian ethnology of the last decade. Describes and interprets cosmology and social philosophy of the Arawete, a Tupi-Guarani people of easternA



The Enemy Among Us

The Enemy Among Us Author David Fiedler
ISBN-10 1883982499
Release 2003
Pages 466
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"Life as a POW in the thirty camps scattered across Missouri was a surprisingly pleasant experience. The men ate well and were quartered under the same conditions as the Americans assigned to guard them, and the prisoners often enjoyed a great deal of freedom. The internees worked on local farms, often "guarded" only by a bored GI snoozing under a shade tree. They organized camp theater troupes, sports leagues, and orchestras, and some prisoners studied at the camp library for classes at the POW "university.""



Birthing His Glory Through Dance Part 1

Birthing His Glory Through Dance Part 1 Author Erica Michael
ISBN-10 9781304966469
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Birthing His Glory Through Dance Part 1 has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Birthing His Glory Through Dance Part 1 also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Birthing His Glory Through Dance Part 1 book for free.



War Dance A Monarch s Guide to Attaining and Retaining Power

War Dance  A Monarch s Guide to Attaining and Retaining Power Author Ed Hillerich
ISBN-10 9781105332135
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War Dance A Monarch s Guide to Attaining and Retaining Power has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from War Dance A Monarch s Guide to Attaining and Retaining Power also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full War Dance A Monarch s Guide to Attaining and Retaining Power book for free.



Dance for a Harvest

Dance for a Harvest Author Minister Lucie Poirier
ISBN-10 9781619964051
Release 2012-02-01
Pages 224
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DANCE FOR A HARVEST is a book that instructs those laborers wanting to go deeper into the things of God and to be used more mightily in these last days. Written by dance veteran Lucie Poirier, you ll read how she went from exotic dancer to dancing before God Himself. She provides candid and valuable insight into not just the dance, but how to become a weapon in the hands of the Living God, regardless of your calling and ministry. This book offers the reader: A description of what the dance communicates in the spirit realm; A reference guide for dancers that provides details on how to empower your dance; Biblically-sound teaching and advice on recognizing your authority, identity and place in Jesus Christ and how to use this knowledge to properly and effectively wield your weapon of warfare; The what, when, where, why and how-to that s needed for these end times, not just for dancers, but for anyone in ministry; Lucie helped me find the dancer inside of me and built my confidence in the dance. Melody Bolduc Worship Leader This is a must-read book. It's full of wisdom and "aha!" moments that intensifies your spiritual walk with the Lord. I was truly blessed by this book and would highly recommend putting it at the top of your list of reading material, regardless of your area of ministry or your calling. Sherrie Clark Writer & Editor



Mine Enemy My Love

Mine Enemy  My Love Author Gigi Wells
ISBN-10 9780759688223
Release 2002-04-01
Pages 132
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The Taste Of Paradise is the story of a young man who moves with his parents to a small town in South Georgia in the summer of 1956, where his father becomes the Superintendent of Schools. At a young age Canaan Cross witnessed the tragic death of a friend. He supressed the pain and sorrow he felt, and buried it somewhere deep within. But the summer of his arrival in a new setting is filled with sorrow, tragedy, death, and murder, including the most shattering event, the death of his grandfather. In the process he takes a job picking cotton on a local farm, becomes friends with migrant workers from Mexico, a strong African-American woman, and a boy who lives next door to him. But can his association with them enable him to make peace with life during that fateful summer?



A Dance With Death

A Dance With Death Author Anne Noggle
ISBN-10 1585441775
Release 2001
Pages 318
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For their heroism and success against the enemy, two of the women's regiments were honored by designation as "Guard" regiments. At least thirty women were decorated with the gold star of Hero of the Soviet Union, their nation's highest award.



Company Keepers Dance Ministry Daily

Company Keepers  Dance Ministry Daily Author
ISBN-10 9780982015834
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Company Keepers Dance Ministry Daily has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Company Keepers Dance Ministry Daily also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Company Keepers Dance Ministry Daily book for free.



The Shoshoni Crow Sun Dance

The Shoshoni Crow Sun Dance Author Fred W. Voget
ISBN-10 0806130865
Release 1998-09-01
Pages 368
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About 1875 the Crows abandoned their own Sun Dance, but they continued to carry out other traditional rites despite opposition from missionaries and the federal government. In 1941, Crow Indians from Montana sought out leaders of the Sun Dance among the Wind River Shoshonis in Wyoming and under the direction of John Truhujo, made the ceremony a part of their lives. In The Shoshoni-Crow Sun Dance, Fred W. Voget draws on forty years of fieldwork to describe the people and circumstances leading to this singular event, the nature of the ceremony, the reconciliation’s with Christianity and peyotism, the role of the Sun Dance as a catalyst for the reassertion of Crow cultural identity, and the place the Sun Dance now holds in Crow life and culture. Voget’s description includes photographs and diagrams of the Sun Dance.



Dance of War

Dance of War Author Peter Bates
ISBN-10 9780850524536
Release 1992-09-11
Pages 288
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Based on research in England, Australia, South Africa and New Zealand, this is a detailed account and analysis of Rommel's attempt in July 1942 to break through to Cairo and Alexandria, and the 8th Army's successful defence and unsuccessful attempts to destroy the Panzerarmee. The author, a participant in the events described, supports the view of some historians that the Battle of Egypt, rather than the Battle of Alamein three months later, was the turning point of the war in North Africa. The battle is set against the background of the many nationalities involved, as well as the physical conditions on the battlefield and the urgency of the political context. Particular attention is given to the controversy of the armour's failure to support the infantry, and reasons for this are canvassed.