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A Season in Time

Author: Todd Denault
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A celebration of the twentieth anniversary of one of the greatest seasons in hockey history Twenty years after the fact, the mere mention of the 1992-93 NHL season brings back vivid memories for hockey fans across North America. The last time that the Montreal Canadiens hoisted the Stanley Cup, Wayne Gretzky's last appearance in a playoff final, and Mario Lemieux's most inspirational season, these years are rightly considered some of the greatest in NHL history. Now, in A Season in Time: Super Mario, Killer, St. Patrick, the Great One, and the Unforgettable 1992-93 NHL Season, acclaimed hockey writer Todd Denault looks back to those heady days. The story of a truly magical age for hockey in North America, a time that came to be known as "the last great season," where hope reigned, where the unthinkable seemed possible, and some of the greatest legends the game has ever seen took to the ice, A Season in Time is a true trip down memory lane. Covering the stories of Mario Lemieux, Wayne Gretzky, Patrick Roy, and Doug Gilmour, and capturing the frenzy and excitement that hasn't been seen since, the book is essential reading for hockey lovers of all ages. Captures the passion, the glory, and the magic of one of the greatest NHL seasons of all time Celebrates the twentieth anniversary of the 1992-1993 season Covers everything from Patrick Roy's legendary goaltending exhibition to Wayne Gretzky's famous high stick on Doug Gilmour to Kerry Fraser's blown call Insightful and informative, A Season in Time is a loving look back at a season for the ages.


The Complete Rags of Time A Season in Prison

Author: Jack Cook
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The Complete Rags of Time: A Season in Prison (Parts 1 and 2) publishes for the first time all the prison narrative I wrote in the six-month period (January 1971–June 1971) after my release from Federal Prison in November 1970. Rags of Time: A Season in Prison (Beacon, 1972) was only part 1 of the narrative. It was published because it was complete in itself, and Beacon wanted it out as quickly as possible. Beacon had just published, in book form for the first time, The Pentagon Papers, and desired, I think, a more human face to put on their antiwar efforts. I think too they hoped I would promote both books on tour. I disappointed them in that effort. I was not ready for a book tour and would not participate in such a venture. The manuscript has gathered dust over the decades, for at the time, I held out hope that Beacon would publish it. But in the pre-Watergate days, when Rags was published, mainstream reviewers would not pick it up. It did receive some positive reviews in alternative press venues, had a wide library circulation, here and in Canada, and was taught in college and university courses on both coasts. Before I too turn to dust, I feel it necessary, not only to complete the record, but to complete the story of my friends, fellow prisoners of war, who took their stand against the war to prison. Now, for all the victims of our war without end, NSA surveillance, the fascist Homeland Security apparatus, and the unconscionable strip searches of the rights and bodies of old and young, I feel the need to throw yet another book to the barricade.


A Season in Time

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A Season in Time tells the true story of Donna Kirk s experience providing homecare for her aging father and his rapidly deteriorating house. A writer, insurance broker and part-time college instructor, Donna Kirk had to learn how to provide homecare to her eighty-eight year old after her mother s passing. As tensions arose amongst the siblings, Kirk s relationship with her father began to fall apart also. Kirk explores the pain, hope, exhaustion and devotion which families providing homecare experience, and lays bare the unexpected surprises awaiting these custodians of health and property. The end result is worth the sacrifice for homecare, and the author empowers readers with the knowledge necessary for the road ahead. A Season in Time outlines the need for creating healthy boundaries in homecare. Stocked with tips, tricks and worksheets for notes, Kirk s book is an excellent source of support and encouragement for Christian homecare.


For Everything There Is a Season in God s Time

Author: Stephanie Harms Smith
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This collection of stories reflect the message that in God's time there is a season for all things--a time for repentance, a time for celebration, a time for new birth, a time for seeking, a time for resurrection, a time for power living, and a time for ordinary living.


The Season and Time Or an Exposition of the Prophecies which Relate to the Two Periods of Daniel Subsequent to the 1260 Years Now Recently Expired With Remarks Upon the Revolutionary Anti christ Proposed by Bp Horsley and the Rev G S Faber

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A Season for Every Purpose

Author: Brad Williams
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"A Season for Every Purpose" will enable the reader to understand his current season and receive all that God desires to give in a bountiful harvest. (Practical Life)


A Season for Change

Author: Tuesday Gaylord
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A Season for Change brings you to that pinnacle point in your life where you are either going to change, or stay the same. It is a road to new beginnings, and a lighted path of good news. Its simplicity and poetic nature draws those unaware of their never-ending quest for life's purpose. People of all ages and backgrounds can benefit from this book. It uncovers the so-called "mystery" of the enemy we call Satan and his plan for world domination. Each chapter unlocks the tenderness and love that Jesus has for us and shows how much He is concerned about our daily affairs. The Spirit of God, using the Word of God, and my life experiences, inspired this book. It dismisses any scientific explanations and atheistic comments. Offering a personal relationship with God, who is hope, faith, and love, to a world who has forgotten. And to those who know the Lord, he is calling his children home. A Season for Change can meet you right where you are. In whatever need you have want for, there is a page for you. God already knows your heart, he is just waiting for you to cry out.


Autumn

Author: Peter J. Marchand
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An expert on winter now turns his talents to autumn, a season of beauty and change. Author of the award-winning Life in the Cold, Peter J. Marchand examines the natural and biological phenomena of fall. With Marchand as your guide, fall becomes much more than trees turning, killing frosts, birds migrating, and invigorating crisp weather. Dig under the fallen leaves and heavy mists with him to discover a vibrant world. Readers learn the whys and wherefores of these events, but much much more, as Marchand answers questions most non-specialists have about how and why such changes and adaptations occur. Though autumn may appear to be primarily a transitional season, he shows how many remarkable and essential natural processes happen routinely only during this period. He describes such topics as timekeeping in plants and animals, food hoarding, seed dispersal, and animal mating behavior among the large mammals of the North. The book is organized by theme rather than by species, so that similar adaptation mechanisms of different species can be compared and contrasted. Marchand has a demonstrated skill in making scientific facts easily understood, while also conveying the beauty and wonder of what he describes. Also an accomplished photographer, his many beautiful full-page photographs show unusual aspects of the season.


A Season in the Desert

Author: W. Paul Jones
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W. Paul Jones, priest, theologian, social activist, and hermit-monk, presents a richly imaginative approach to Christian spirituality.


A Time A Season and Always Love

Author: Doris Washington
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A Time, A Season and Always Love are poems and inspirational messages that encourage the reader to always hope- to have faith no matter your challenges in life. The author shares through her poems about her own personal challenges, a renewing of her faith through disappointments with the reassurance of God's Love. This is so expressed in the poems I Abide in You / I Can Always Began Again / His Amazing Love. And in the poem Could You Sing A Song For Them? the author shares a positive message about autism. Also in this collection, the author shares a poem For The Children that she dedicated to the children of Haiti Earthquake Relief I Pray and Light a Candle of Hope a poem she dedicated to the children and families of Newtown, Connecticut. In our vast changing world today- there's a need for inspiration. This collection gives you that and much more. Truly Inspiring!