The Eleventh Hour

Author: Michael R. Phillips
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
ISBN: 9780842339339
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Baron von Dortmann and his beautiful daughter, Sabina, face difficult choices when the Nazis invade neighboring Poland

Otolaryngology At The Eleventh Hour

Author: Anupam Mishra
Publisher: I. K. International Pvt Ltd
ISBN: 8190656694
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This book covers the relevant theory pertaining to the practical examination and hence facilitates a student to organize himself readily for the relevant theoretical sections of practical examination in consultation with a standard textbook. Following are the different aspects dealt with in the book. 1. Good theoretical knowledge as required for different cases (long and short cases) 2. Ability to recognize the instrument and to know its salient features, indications, methodology of usage, and the specific surgical procedure in which it can be used. The basic details of the main surgical procedures (tonsillectomy, mastoidectomy, septoplasty, adenoidectomy, direct laryngoscopy, oesophagoscopy and bronchoscopy). 3. Ability to recognize and read the X-ray plate. 4. Basic knowledge of the surgical specimen especially that of malignancy larynx, polypoidal mass, malignancy maxilla, sinus tract, etc. 5. Clinical case sheet assessment.

The Eleventh Hour Groom

Author: Kathryn Ross
Publisher: Harlequin / SB Creative
ISBN: 4596280908
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Beth always had a secret crush on Jay, but she was too proud to tell him how she felt. So, using her father’s will as an excuse, she proposed to him! Beth hoped the marriage of convenience would secure her inheritance and grow into a loving relationship. But one year later, Beth and Jay are estranged. Beth thought he was cheating on her, so when an envelope arrived from Jay, Beth was certain it contained divorce papers and would not open it. Impatient for her response, Jay comes to see her. And that’s when things get a little out of control.

At The Eleventh Hour

Author: Rajmani Tigunait
Publisher: Himalayan Institute Press
ISBN: 9780893892128
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On the surface, this book is a biography of a great sage of the Himalayas who mastered the practices of yoga and brought to the West a system for understanding the mysteries of body, mind, and spirit.But like the life of Swami Rama, these pages go much deeper than a mere sequence of astonishing events. Through stories of the authentic and fruitful guru-disciple relationships Swami Rama had with both his mysterious master Baba Dharam Das and his own students, you will see how the precious stream of spiritual tradition is transmitted through the generations. These pages also serve as a guide to the more esoteric and advanced practices of yoga and tantra not commonly taught or understood in the West. And they bring you to holy places in India, revealing why these sacred sites are important and how to go about visiting them.The wisdom in these stories penetrates beyond the power of words. As you read Pandit Tigunait's tales of life with his master and see how a committed student actually draws knowledge and nourishment from his teacher, you will feel a few drops from the timeless stream of the traditions of the Himalayas planting themselves in your own heart.

At The Eleventh Hour

Author: Manmohan Sehgal
Publisher: Partridge Publishing India
ISBN: 1482820021
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"AT THE ELEVENTH HOUR" plunges its readers into the deep sea of SELF -DISCOVERY, MENTAL AWAKENING, SOUL SEARCHING and REDEMPTION. The book has an aura of love, suspense, stabbing, entertainment, trust, misfortune and death. At the same time its different themes also grip one's mind with the redemptive power of love, friendship and infidelity. Its simple but flawless narration provides enough mental food for the readers to go for self-analysis and forced to think if he had been there what would have been his situation. How he would have reacted and retaliated in those breathstopping and chilling circumstances. And above all the readers vividly feel the heat of incredibility and wonders at the mysteries of life as the climax is highly unpredictable.

At The Eleventh Hour

Author: Hugh Cecil
Publisher: Pen and Sword
ISBN: 0850526442
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Following on from the highly acclaimed Facing Armageddon and Passchendaele in Perspective, At the Eleventh Hour recognises that a world was ending in November 1918, and by international collaboration on the 80th Anniversary we learn through this book, what it was like to experience the transition from war to peace. Distinguished historians brilliantly convey a sense of immediacy as the Armistice is recreated and analysed. The reader will not just acquire new areas of information, he will have some of the existing knowledge which he thought was soundly held, strikingly challenged in the pages of this superbly illustrated book.

The Eleventh Hour

Author: Wendy Etherington
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1460372719
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After a close friend dies on the job, former smoke jumper Steve Kimball returns to work to help out his buddies. With a wildfire threatening a small California town, the last thing he needs is to run into former love Laine Sheehan. He thought they were over, but the sparks are stronger than ever…. "Take a chance" is Laine's new mantra. Always the responsible one, she's decided it's time to be more aggressive—on the job and in the bedroom. On location to shoot photos of the wildfire, she has to get close to the smoke jumpers, and being around Steve is more than her body can handle….

The Eleventh Hour

Author: Michael Phillips
Publisher: RosettaBooks
ISBN: 0795326319
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In 1930’s pre-war Prussia, Baron von Dortmann lives an idyllic life with his daughter Sabina. A devoted gardener and father, the Baron teaches his daughter powerful lessons about life, creation, and God’s love during treasured walks in the estate’s beautiful gardens. But Sabina is growing up, and the Baron’s beloved Prussia is changing. Now a beautiful young woman, Sabina has caught the eye of a handsome young American, Matthew. Meanwhile, a cloud is gathering on the horizon as the Nazis seize power in neighboring Germany. As he strives to protect his family and follow his own moral compass, Baron von Dortmann will face heart-wrenching decisions—with only God’s guidance to light the way. ABOUT THE AUTHOR While studying at Humboldt State University in the early 70’s, Michael Phillips and his wife, Judy, established the One Way Bookshop—a small Christian bookstore catering mainly to other students. Now the bookstore is an important part of the Christian community in Humboldt County, and Phillips is one of the country’s most respected and prolific Christian authors. Phillips’ long publication history includes over twenty non-fiction books, including biographies of Victorian author George MacDonald and Olympic athlete-turned-Congressman Jim Ryun. But he’s best known for his fiction—and is considered one of the major founders of the Christian fiction genre. In the past two decades, Phillips has written more than sixty fiction titles, many of which have been best-sellers. Altogether, his fiction, nonfiction, and devotional writings have sold over seven million copies worldwide.