Out Of The Blue

Author: John Naylor
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521809252
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A 24-hour practical guide to skywatching.

Out Of The Blue

Author: James A. Huston
Publisher: Purdue University Press
ISBN: 155753148X
Size: 49.32 MB
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Beginning with a case study of the greatest airborne operation of the war, the 1944 invasion of Holland, Huston examines the inception, organization, training, equipment, strategies, Allied cooperation, and overall effectiveness of the airborne in the total war effort. Operations in North Africa, Sicily, Italy, Southern France, the Pacific, and the Far East are discussed.

Out Of The Blue

Author: Sue Welford
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 9780192751720
Size: 70.72 MB
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Kegan is a lonely boy, who finds making friends hard. His family life is complicated and difficult.But Kegan is a gifted artist, and his one pleasure is to watch and draw a family of foxes which lives in the local scrapyard. When developers show an interest in the scrapyard, the foxes' lives are put in danger.Will Kegan be able to save them? Will fighting for them restore his faith in the future?

Out Of The Blue

Author: JR Carroll
Publisher: Momentum
ISBN: 1760080268
Size: 43.95 MB
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The shockingly violent death of his wife was no accident. And Dennis Gatz knows it. But the cops aren't interested. Gatz is a loose cannon who couldn't handle the force. No longer one of them. No longer worth the trouble. But trouble's on the way. Someone's out to get Dennis Gatz and he can't wait to meet them. Head on. This time it's personal. This time he'll do anything for revenge. And the best revenge comes out of the blue.

Out Of The Blue

Author: Margaret Ingham
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 9781456807467
Size: 30.75 MB
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This compilation includes an extract from a group of poems written for a master's degree. Originally, there were 55,000 words. The scenario was a village and various characters in it interlinking with some modern issues such as organic farming, and each other. I have interwoven other poems which link in to the subject. I hope you will enjoy meeting some of my village personalities!

Out Of The Blue

Author: A. Green
Publisher: Paragon Publishing
ISBN: 1899820183
Size: 38.69 MB
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Out of The Blue is, just as the title describes, a practical guide. In a highly readable and accessible style it provides strategies and techniques to enable people to overcome depression, and also to inspire, to encourage and to give people hope. There is a wide range of ideas and exercises which are tried and tested and are effective. Some of these are drawn from traditional approaches to tackling depression e.g. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, but there are also ideas from Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Mindfulness and Neurogenesis. Stories, examples and metaphors throughout make Out of The Blue a compassionate, lively and friendly guide. "There is a lot to be gained for patients who choose this book as it offers both an understanding of the illness and suggestions of positive action for people to take. I think this book will become 'The Handbook' which professionals will place top of their recommended reading list for their clients." Pauline Wright Hospital Director, Priory Hospital Lancashire "This will bring a good deal of hope to the many sufferers of depression. Adrienne skilfully enables us to discover that recovery is possible and the chapters build upon each other to provide a range of beneficial tools to help the service user construct their own recovery from depression." Angus Forsyth Nurse Consultant in Adult Acute In-patient Care and Cognitive Behaviour Therapist "Adrienne Green has direct experience of her subject. This is not just as a psychologist and therapist, but also as a victim of depression. As a result her book is packed with anecdotes and observations that always carry conviction. She is an expert and trustworthy guide and her book is a pleasure. Good humoured, optimistic and, above all, realistic. Whatever your reason for reading, it will enrich your life." John Humphrey Consultant in Occupational Health and Senior Vice President with Marsh Risk Consulting

Out Of The Blue

Author: John Friedman
Publisher: Delacorte Press
ISBN: 9780440337829
Size: 27.23 MB
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The odds of being hit by lightning each year are only about 1 in 750,000 in the U.S. And yet this rare phenomenon has inspired both fear and fascination for thousands of years. In this groundbreaking, brilliantly researched book, journalist John S. Friedman probes lightning’s scientific, spiritual, and cultural roots. Blending vibrant history with riveting first-hand accounts of those who have clashed with lightning and lived to tell about it, Out of the Blue charts an extraordinary journey across the ages that explores our awe and dread in the face of one of nature’s most fearsome spectacles. Herman Melville called it “God’s burning finger.” The ancient Romans feared it as the wrath of God. Today we have a more scientific understanding, so why our eternal fascination with lightning? Out of the Blue attempts to understand this towering force of nature, exploring the changing perceptions of lightning from the earliest civilizations through Ben Franklin’s revolutionary experiments to the hair-raising adventures of storm chasers like David Hoadley, who’s been chronicling extreme weather for half a century. And Friedman describes one of the most treacherous rescues ever attempted in American mountain climbing. Friedman profiles a Virginia ranger who was struck by lightning seven times—and dubbed the human lightning rod—along with scores of others who tell astonishing tales of rescue and survival. And he charts lightning’s profound, life-altering effects on the emotional and spiritual lives of its victims. Combining captivating fact with thrilling personal stories, Out of the Blue tells a remarkable true tale of fate and coincidence, discovery and divine retribution, science and superstition. As entertaining as it is informative, it is a book for outdoor adventurers, sports enthusiasts, science and weather buffs, nature lovers, and anyone who has ever been awed or frightened by the sight of lightning. From the Hardcover edition.

Out Of The Blue

Author: Matt Fulks
Publisher: Triumph Books
ISBN: 1633192342
Size: 72.88 MB
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The Kansas City Royals' Historic 2014 Season

Out Of The Blue

Author: Zoë Brickel
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0955978610
Size: 50.90 MB
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Out Of The Blue

Author: JoAnn Ross
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0743489144
Size: 71.42 MB
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Continuing her sparkling, sexy Stewart Sisters trilogy, bestselling author JoAnn Ross pens a romantic suspense story set in the glorious Great Smoky Mountains, where a tough man and a passionate woman find love amid danger. Lark Stewart is on the run from a singing career that skyrocketed out of control...and from someone who's bent on murder. When one of her band members is killed in New Orleans, Lucas McCloud -- her first love and a former FBI agent -- takes Lark home. But the remote Stewart family resort offers no protection from the madman who's working his way across the mountains. A Desert Storm hero and FBI sniper, Lucas is haunted by a tragic mission in his past. But with the mysterious killer stalking Lark, Lucas is forced back into the life he left behind. For Lark is the only woman he's ever loved, and the only person who can save his soul...provided he saves her first.