The Relentless Question Book

The Relentless Question


  • Author : John Beloff
  • Publisher : McFarland & Company Incorporated Pub
  • Date : 1990
  • Category : Body, Mind & Spirit
  • Pages : 221
  • ISBN : UOM:39015017003479

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Beloff, elder statesman of the international parapsychological community, presents the fruits of his life-long struggle to come to terms with the paranormal. These take the form of 16 selected essays in chronological order, spanning a period of more than twenty years. These essays deal with topics such as the nature of psi phenomena, their credibility and their diverse philosophical and scientific implications. No subject index. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

The Relentless Pursuit of Excellence Book

The Relentless Pursuit of Excellence


  • Author : Richard D. Sagor
  • Publisher : Corwin Press
  • Date : 2012-04-10
  • Category : Education
  • Pages : 169
  • ISBN : 9781412996457

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Based on the successful methods of Dealous Cox, this book describes a leadership philosophy based on the search for wisdom through personal reflection and community.

The Relentless Pursuit of Tone Book

The Relentless Pursuit of Tone


  • Author : Robert Fink
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Date : 2018-09-18
  • Category : Music
  • Pages : 400
  • ISBN : 9780199985258

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The Relentless Pursuit of Tone: Timbre in Popular Music assembles a broad spectrum of contemporary perspectives on how "sound" functions in an equally wide array of popular music. Ranging from the twang of country banjoes and the sheen of hip-hop strings to the crunch of amplified guitars and the thump of subwoofers on the dance floor, this volume bridges the gap between timbre, our name for the purely acoustic characteristics of sound waves, and tone, an emergent musical construct that straddles the borderline between the perceptual and the political. Essays engage with the entire history of popular music as recorded sound, from the 1930s to the present day, under four large categories. "Genre" asks how sonic signatures define musical identities and publics; "Voice" considers the most naturalized musical instrument, the human voice, as racial and gendered signifier, as property or likeness, and as raw material for algorithmic perfection through software; "Instrument" tells stories of the way some iconic pop music machines-guitars, strings, synthesizers-got (or lost) their distinctive sounds; "Production" then puts it all together, asking structural questions about what happens in a recording studio, what is produced (sonic cartoons? rockist authenticity? empty space?) and what it all might mean.

The Church and the Relentless Darkness Book

The Church and the Relentless Darkness


  • Author : Robert Thornton Henderson
  • Publisher : Wipf and Stock Publishers
  • Date : 2013-01-28
  • Category : Religion
  • Pages : 224
  • ISBN : 9781620325490

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In a period of tumultuous transition for the church as it moves out of the Christendom era and into the unknowns of the post-Christian era, it is strange that so little has been written about the church's calling out of the dominion of darkness (Satan) and into the kingdom of Light (or, God's dear Son). The very word ecclesia speaks of a people "called out." In the New Testament the theme of spiritual warfare is ubiquitous, and yet is relegated to the margins in our present cultural whitewater. In The Church and the Relentless Darkness, Robert Henderson approaches the topic of spiritual warfare directly, and focuses on its manifestation in local Christian communities. Using the Letter to the Ephesian Christians as his base, Henderson portrays the relentless darkness that comes with all satanic subtlety on unsuspecting communities, but he brings with this a message of hope and encouraging disciplines.

The Relentless Courage of a Scared Child Book

The Relentless Courage of a Scared Child


  • Author : Tana Amen
  • Publisher : Thomas Nelson
  • Date : 2021-01-05
  • Category : Biography & Autobiography
  • Pages : 256
  • ISBN : 9781400220779

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A shocking and hopeful account of one woman's extraordinary courage to face her past and embrace truth in order to help others find hope and healing In The Relentless Courage of a Scared Child, Tana Amen shares her incredible story of transformation—of growing up in poverty, a bullied latch-key kid raised on sugary cereal and junk food, to becoming a world-renowned food and fitness expert. Her challenging past of neglect, poverty, sexual abuse, thyroid cancer, and bouts of anxiety and depression set her on a path to find healing. Through her remarkable journey, we see more clearly the light that can shine through our own broken places and ultimately heal us: body, mind, and soul. At once tragic and heartwarming, Tana’s story integrates cutting-edge psychology and proven wellness techniques from the Amen Clinics in a moving exploration of the healing available to each one of us, no matter the pain in our past. “What a journey! With in-your-face honesty, Tana reveals how she was able to turn her pain into purpose. For anyone who has been faced with unspeakable loss, this message is so important.” —Jay Shetty, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Think Like a Monk, storyteller, purpose coach, and former monk

The Relentless Jew Book

The Relentless Jew


  • Author : Bill Manning
  • Publisher : Balboa Press
  • Date : 2014
  • Category : History
  • Pages : 124
  • ISBN : 9781452589206

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Learn how a modern-day world may benefit from an event that occurred more than 2000 years ago. How can all nations learn to trust each other in this world of no trust?

Fate  The Relentless Hunter Book

Fate The Relentless Hunter


  • Author : John K. Sutherland
  • Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
  • Date : 2011-06-29
  • Category : Fiction
  • Pages : 435
  • ISBN : 1462881785

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Two lives, fated to interact in some violent way. That was the prediction that Richard Shawcross had been raised believing. He had learned that he and an unknown lady from a French Family would encounter each other in a violent situation in her twentieth year. That encounter would be the means of saving each other; but from what, had not been disclosed. Richard had forgotten all about the prophecy made at his birth, when he had briefly returned from the Continent and fighting Napoleon. That same night, on his way home for just the one night, he had blundered upon a robbery. Three men were striving to rob an older gentleman and his passenger; a young lady, until he had ridden out of the fog with his saber drawn and had summarily dealt with them. After the carriage and its passengers had gone, their rescuer discovered a strange talisman threaded on a green ribbon on the ground. The young lady had lost it. The coin matched one about his own neck, and exactly matched another that his older sister had also been given. They were all part of that same prophecy from many years earlier. Then, two years later, another fate intervenes. In an act of revenge upon one villainous family, for what has happened to his sister, he kidnaps the daughter of the family from her bed in the dead of night. When he confronts her with the reality of her circumstance and what is to be her fate at his hands, she responds in a way that astounds him. This was not the person he had expected to be faced with, but someone else altogether. He begins to recognize that he must rapidly re-evaluate what his options are to save her from the situation that now faces them both. However, the matter is taken from his hands when a knife wound she had inflicted upon him overcomes him and strands them both in a remote mansion; she, knowing little of what has happened to bring about her violent abduction, and he, lying unconscious on the floor and likely to die without her assistance.

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Relentless


  • Author : Tim S. Grover
  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • Date : 2014-03-11
  • Category : Business & Economics
  • Pages : 272
  • ISBN : 9781476714202

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An award-winning trainer draws on experience with such top athletes as Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant and Ken Griffey, Jr. to explain how to tap dark competitive reflexes in order to succeed regardless of circumstances, explaining the importance of finding internal resources and harnessing the power of personal fears and instincts.

Relentless Book

Relentless


  • Author : Michele Cushatt
  • Publisher : Zondervan
  • Date : 2019-11-12
  • Category : Religion
  • Pages : 240
  • ISBN : 9780310353027

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Where is God when life is filled with so much suffering? How can I be sure of God's presence and affection, even in my pain? Can you believe in God and still wrestle with questions and doubt? These are the questions honestly explored in Relentless. Whether in struggle, illness, death, or failure, the presence of pain causes us to question the presence of God. We pray and watch the sky, crossing our spiritual fingers for hardcore proof of God's nearness. And in the silence, we sense something more sinister: perceived abandonment. But what if we could collect evidence that God hasn't left us? What if we could be absolutely certain of God's presence and affection, strengthening our faith against any assault? Woven throughout Scripture sits a single, extraordinary theme: God is with us. Ours is a God who speaks through burning bushes and leads through pillars of fire, who responds to a broken world by giving himself. Like the Old Testament story of Joshua's altar of twelve stones, Relentless delivers twelve key biblical stories that demonstrate God's unfailing presence. Each chapter offers an invitation to identify a "stone" in your own life as tangible evidence of God's nearness. With the turn of the last page, you will have discovered twelve markers of your own, an altar of memory to carry you through questions and losses, even ones yet to come. For the truth-seekers, those drowning in impossible questions, and those who find themselves swallowed up by the dark, Relentless is an invitation to search for divine presence in our everyday stories. With Michele Cushatt's engaging narrative style, this transformational journey reassures us that God, indeed, is with us.

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Relentless


  • Author : Julian Edelman
  • Publisher : Hachette Books
  • Date : 2017-10-24
  • Category : Biography & Autobiography
  • Pages : 272
  • ISBN : 9780316479844

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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER Bill Belichick: "Julian is the epitome of competitiveness, toughness, and the great things that are possible when someone is determined to achieve their goals." Tom Brady: "It's a privilege for me to play with someone as special as Julian." The Super Bowl champion wide receiver for the New England Patriots shares his inspiring story of an underdog kid who was always doubted to becoming one of the most reliable and inspiring players in the NFL. When the Patriots were down 28-3 in Super Bowl LI, there was at least one player who refused to believe they would lose: Julian Edelman. And he said so. It wasn't only because of his belief in his teammates, led by the master of the comeback, his friend and quarterback Tom Brady-or the coaching staff run by the legendary Bill Belichick. It was also because he had been counted out in most of his life and career, and he had proved them all wrong. Whether it was in Pop Warner football, where his Redwood City, California, team won a national championship; in high school where he went from a 4'10", 95-pound freshman running back to quarterback for an undefeated Woodside High team; or college, where he rewrote records at Kent State as a dual-threat quarterback, Edelman far exceeded everyone's expectations. Everyone's expectations, that is, except his own and those of his father, who took extreme and unorthodox measures to drive Edelman to quiet the doubters with ferocious competitiveness. When he was drafted by the Patriots in the seventh round, the 5'10" college quarterback was asked to field punts and play wide receiver, though he'd never done either. But gradually, under the tutelage of a demanding coaching staff and countless hours of off-season training with Tom Brady, he became one of the NFL's most dynamic punt returners and top receivers who can deliver in the biggest games. Relentless is the story of Edelman's rise, and the continuing dominance of the Patriot dynasty, filled with memories of growin

Hot Summer School Nights Book

Hot Summer School Nights


  • Author : Michelle Mankin
  • Publisher : Michelle Mankin
  • Date :
  • Category : Fiction
  • Pages : 499
  • ISBN :

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All new and exclusive enemies to lovers and bully romance short stories and previews by Michelle Mankin L A Cotton Siobhan Davis Ashley Jade Piper Lawson Tracy Lorraine Daniela Romero Ginger Scott Ivy Smoak Becca Steele Shantel Tessier *This is a limited release anthology with all digital profits benefiting a national, independent Australian children's charity.

Relentless Solution Focus  Train Your Mind to Conquer Stress  Pressure  and Underperformance Book

Relentless Solution Focus Train Your Mind to Conquer Stress Pressure and Underperformance


  • Author : Jason Selk
  • Publisher : McGraw Hill Professional
  • Date : 2021-01-05
  • Category : Business & Economics
  • Pages : 240
  • ISBN : 9781260460124

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From bestselling author and mental toughness expert Jason Selk comes a mind-training regimen for reframing every problem into an opportunity for productive action. The most common cause of failing to reach our professional and personal goals is hardwired in us: Humans instinctively focus on problems. Over millennia, our very survival relied on our ability to be alert to any potential dangers that could threaten our existence. But today this negativity bias significantly limits our potential and increases stress, pressure, and underperformance. The one characteristic all phenomenally successful people share is mental toughness. Mentally tough people are better at making decisions more quickly and with better results. They possess the uncanny ability to control what goes on between their ears. Instead of allowing their minds to focus on their problems when adversity strikes, the most successful people have learned to direct their thoughts in a systematic manner that produces positive emotions and productive actions: they have a Relentless Solution Focus. In this book, top performance coach Dr. Jason Selk—former Director of Mental Training for the World Series champions St. Louis Cardinals—and his colleague Dr. Ellen Reed provide the insight, tools, and proven step-by-step framework for you to do the same. When you have Relentless Solution Focus, you think better. Your decisions garner positive results. You take action and follow through—every time. And when you do get off track, you get back on with less effort and less drama. Weakness shrinks and strength grows, creating confidence and momentum, taking you and your team to higher levels of performance and achievement.

Science and the Construction of Women  RLE Feminist Theory  Book

Science and the Construction of Women RLE Feminist Theory


  • Author : Mary Maynard
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Date : 2012-11-12
  • Category : Political Science
  • Pages : 204
  • ISBN : 9781136194559

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Science and the Construction of Women is a multi-disciplinary exploration of the major questions currently challenging feminist scholars of science. The authors ask key questions: What constitutes science? How have feminists investigated it? How does science ‘construct’ women? How can we create a feminist discourse of science? Are the current developments to women’s advantage or disadvantage? Their answers draw on material from a wide range of natural scientific, humanities and social science sources, critically examining theoretical approaches from the postmodern to the materialist to the cyborgian. A key argument of the book is that there are strong intellectual and pragmatic reasons – the rapid development of information technology, advances in fertility treatment and genetic engineering, feminist concern for environmental issues – why feminism must rigorously engage with issues of a scientific and technological nature. Science and the Construction of Women provides an important contribution to the opening-up and broadening of debate in the field. This book will be an important text for students of gender and women’s studies, and science studies. It is also designed to be read by feminists both inside and outside the academy and to appeal to all those with interests in the sociology of knowledge and the history of ideas.

The Art of Disappearing Book

The Art of Disappearing


  • Author : John Talbot Smith
  • Publisher :
  • Date : 1902
  • Category : American fiction
  • Pages : 367
  • ISBN : NYPL:33433076025950

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