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Peterbilt Long Haul Legend

Author: J.E. Beach
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Long Haul

Author: Jeff Kinney
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The Diary of Wimpy Kid series of books, by best-selling author Jeff Kinney, charts the highs and lows of our middle school hero, Greg, as he stumbles and fumbles from childhood to teenhood via school-hood. Sometimes helped by his friends and family, often not helped by himself! Can't wait for more details about Book 9? Here's what we can tell you: Greg Heffley and his family hit the road in author-illustrator Jeff Kinney's latest instalment of the phenomenal bestselling Diary of a Wimpy Kid series. Not much to go on? You KNOW it's going to involve Greg being the daft idiot we all love, and his family driving him nuts, and his friend-issues... so buckle-up, it's going to be a side-splitting ride!


Farming for the Long Haul

Author: Michael Foley
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It's all but certain that the next fifty years will bring enormous, not to say cataclysmic, disruptions to our present way of life. World oil reserves will be exhausted within that time frame, as will the lithium that powers today's most sophisticated batteries, suggesting that transportation is equally imperiled. And there's another, even more dire limitation that is looming: at current rates of erosion, the world's topsoil will be gone in sixty years. Fresh water sources are in jeopardy, too. In short, the large-scale agricultural and food delivery system as we know it has at most a few decades before it exhausts itself and the planet with it. Farming for the Long Haul is about building a viable small farm economy that can withstand the economic, political, and climatic shock waves that the twenty-first century portends. It draws on the innovative work of contemporary farmers, but more than that, it shares the experiences of farming societies around the world that have maintained resilient agricultural systems over centuries of often-turbulent change. Indigenous agriculturalists, peasants, and traditional farmers have all created broad strategies for survival through good times and bad, and many of them prospered. They also developed particular techniques for managing soil, water, and other resources sustainably. Some of these techniques have been taken up by organic agriculture and permaculture, but many more of them are virtually unknown, even among alternative farmers. This book lays out some of these strategies and presents techniques and tools that might prove most useful to farmers today and in the uncertain future.


In It for the Long Haul

Author: Glenn E. Ludwig
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When pastors and congregations come together in ministry, they generally do so with the hope that the relationship will be long-lasting and dynamic. The reality, however, is that long-term pastorates are an increasingly rare phenomenon in congregations. White there are many reasons that most pastors can only sustain their ministries in a parish for a relatively limited number of years, Glenn Ludwig argues that this does not have to be the case if both pastors and congregations take deliberate steps toward an enduring friendship.


The Long Haul

Author: William Tellot
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Just as veteran truck driver Brandon Stevenson finds his life and marriage at a low point, he barely survives an accident in his eighteen-wheeler, skidding across a mountain slope on its side. Barely alive, he feels anything but lucky. His journey through the phases of his recovery gives him the opportunity to rebuild the broken pieces of his life. Highlighting the best and worst of human emotions during a crisis, Brandon comes to realize that if he is going to have any chance to fully rehabilitate his body and his marriage, he will need to be in it for the long haul.


Negotiating Work Family and Identity among Long Haul Christian Truck Drivers

Author: Rebecca L. Upton
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This book examines the significance of Christianity and constructions of masculinity in the lives of long-haul drivers and how truckers work to construct narratives of their lives as "good, moral" individuals. Using qualitative research, the narratives of evangelical truckers and their navigation of modern masculinity, work and family obligations, and identity are explored.


Ten Commandments for the Long Haul

Author: Daniel Berrigan
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I have a sense that the times themselves, apart from more or less deliberately created crises, render strong things fragile, and fragile things mortally endangered. The times themselves are a permanent crisis. So writes Daniel Berrigan in this journal of reflections and musings from the late 1970s. First published in 1981, this book traces Berrigan's work after his release from Danbury Prison in 1972 for his part in the Catonsville Nine antiwar demonstration--from his experiences in Palestine, Northern Ireland, and France (where he lived with Thich Nhat Hanh), to his experiences as a teacher in Manitoba and Berkeley. Throughout, Berrigan ponders the commands of Christ, the struggle to be faithful to these commands, and why so few take them seriously. With wit and wisdom, Berrigan shares his faith journey and encourages us to stay faithful to that journey, to be peacemakers for the long haul.


In for the Long Haul

Author: William B. Friedricks
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Reprint. Originally published in 2003 by Iowa State Press.


Reflections Over the Long Haul

Author: Robert McAfee Brown
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Robert McAfee Brown (d. 2001) was a renowned Presbyterian theologian, teacher, and social activist. This is his memoir, the story of a modest man who lived life according to his conscience and his faith, and who was a model for responsible social activism within and outside the church.


J B Hunt The Long Haul to Success

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