A descriptive bibliography of 11.622 uncommon books and pamphlets relating to the development of that section of the North American Continent now known as the United States of America.
Includes a few black and white illustrations. Chapter headings include: Self Defense and Lethal Force; The Dangerous Myth of Citizen's Arrest; Samaritans with Guns; Women and Guns; A Gun in Your Home; A Gun in Street; A Gun in Your Car; Deterrent Effect of Defense Handguns; Common Sense About Carrying Guns; High Price of Handgun Machismo; Choosing a Defense Gun; What Caliber for Self Defense; Basic Gunfighting Techniques; Gun Safety; and The Aftermath.
Surprising novelties, puzzles, tricks, jokegoods, useful, articles, etc.
An Etiquette Guide from Esquire Magazine.
There is a revolution coming. It will not be like revolutions of the past. It will originate with the individual and with culture, and it will change the political structure only as its final act. It will not require violence to succeed, and it cannot be successfully resisted by violence. This is the revolution of the new generation.
This supplement updates the principal text with recent developments in the law, extensive statutory excerpts, and court rules.
Off the edge of a busy freeway overpass, cruel fate claims the lives of former boxer Moriya and former yakuza Watase - but the end for these two is just the beginning. Rescued from "ground zero" by a mysterious alien woman with magical powers. Moriya and Watase find themselves trapped in a world almost like the one they left, yet completely different! Appeasing the whims of their alien overseer appears to be the only hope Moriya have of ever returning to their former lives. Will the time-traveling events Moriya and Watase find themselves in bring them closer together... or will they alter the past, dooming any hope for a relationship!?
The art of letting others see things your way.
This book cover the basics of electronics and will help you to fix a few things on.
An autobiographical coming-of-age novel by the the "only gay man" in Morocco.An autobiographical novel by turn naive and cunning, funny and moving, this most recent work by Moroccan expatriate Abdellah Taia is a major addition to the new French literature emerging from the North African Arabic diaspora. Salvation Army is a coming-of-age novel that tells the story of Taia's life with complete disclosure-from a childhood bound by family order and latent (homo)sexual tensions in the poor city of Sale, through an adolescence in Tangier charged by the young writer's attraction to his eldest brother, to a disappointing arrival in the Western world to study in Geneva in adulthood.
Years of War, moments of peace, and lessons in living from extraordinary people.
This book tells you the most efficient, cost-effective amd practical ways to clean all kinds of household.
From a death row cell in American's mushrooming prison archipelago, Mumia Abul-Jamal lets loose a word-river of justice to purge our land of its deadly mix of Christendom, corporate greed and government graft. Dare to wade in the waters of this book.
By one of the country's more diversified and succesful bridge professionals, highly recommended to players at all level.
How Clout and Community Built Chicago's Dearborn Park
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