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📒Street Speak Three ✍ David Burke
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📒Three Way Street ✍ Jay H Geller
✏Three Way Street Book Summary : As German Jews emigrated in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries and as exiles from Nazi Germany, they carried the traditions, culture, and particular prejudices of their home with them. At the same time, Germany—and Berlin in particular—attracted both secular and religious Jewish scholars from eastern Europe. They engaged in vital intellectual exchange with German Jewry, although their cultural and religious practices differed greatly, and they absorbed many cultural practices that they brought back to Warsaw or took with them to New York and Tel Aviv. After the Holocaust, German Jews and non-German Jews educated in Germany were forced to reevaluate their essential relationship with Germany and Germanness as well as their notions of Jewish life outside of Germany. Among the first volumes to focus on German-Jewish transnationalism, this interdisciplinary collection spans the fields of history, literature, film, theater, architecture, philosophy, and theology as it examines the lives of significant emigrants. The individuals whose stories are reevaluated include German Jews Ernst Lubitsch, David Einhorn, and Gershom Scholem, the architect Fritz Nathan and filmmaker Helmar Lerski; and eastern European Jews David Bergelson, Der Nister, Jacob Katz, Joseph Soloveitchik, and Abraham Joshua Heschel—figures not normally associated with Germany. Three-Way Street addresses the gap in the scholarly literature as it opens up critical ways of approaching Jewish culture not only in Germany, but also in other locations, from the mid-nineteenth century to the present.
📒The Three Way Street ✍ Richard Timer
✏The Three Way Street Book Summary : At one point in everyone's life, he or she may face that three way street in which a decision has to be made. Whether it is right or wrong, we all have to make one. Indeed that one decision we make might turn out to be good or bad, sometimes it is out of our hands to judge. Though our future may lie within the decision we make today, but the outcome may have to lie within the way fate and destiny dictates itself. If one has no one else to help him judge, no one else will be better than God for him to get in touch. Richard Timer
📒The Slangman Guide To Street Speak 1 ✍ David Burke
✏The Slangman Guide to Street Speak 1 Book Summary : The Slangman Guide to STREET SPEAK 1 takes you through the colorful and popular world of everyday American slang and idioms used by all native speakers of English in the US. It has been featured on CNN, BBC, Voice of America, and several other international TV broadcasts.For ESL (English as a Second Language) students, this book equals years of living in the USA and will help you to quickly integrate into the American culture by learning not only the slang and idioms, but we'll also take you through the contractions and reductions used by everyone such as I dunno ("I do not know") and D'jeet jet? ("Did you eat yet?") and so many others.Entertaining dialogues, activities and games will make sure you have a blast ("have fun") and don't sweat it ("get tense") as you get up to speed ("become current") on all the typical slang and idioms used by virtually every native speaker! So chill out ("relax"), kick back ("get comfortable") as you learn the real language spoken by virtually all of us in the USA!NOTE: Audio CDs sold separately.The Slangman Guide to STREET SPEAK 1 contains popular chapters on slang and idioms associated with:PartiesShoppingMoviesAirportsRestaurantsHealthMarketsAt SchoolDating
📒Three Second Fighter ✍ Geoff Thompson
✏Three Second Fighter Book Summary : A self-defence book aimed to train you to read the body language and ritual of attack and so "stop" your attacker in his tracks by using various tactics. Also covered are "ambush attacks" and "match fighting", with guidelines on how to distinguish and train realistically for action.
📒Three Way Street ✍ Ben Gilbert
✏Three Way Street Book Summary : The 1960’s was a post-war peaceful decade of pyschedelia, op art, mini-skirts, The Beatles, and the notoriously publicised sex scandal of Government Minister, Lord Profumo/ . . . These extraordinary events all coincided in over 15 peaceful years after the 2nd World War in 1945, when both allied covert services of the U.S and the USSR were rendered almost static/ . . . Also, the famous onset of ‘flower-power’ contrasted sharply with first time Space exploration, when both Major Powers entered into a new emerging sub-world of licentious technology to claim the First Manned Lunar Landing, so commissioning both services back into action/ . . . Operatives abroad now faced a sudden domino effect of shifting loyalties and friendships, both within their own ranks and on opposing sides, since from such long assimilation, their families had shared BOTH side’s weddings, birthdays, and socials, in fact there was very little else . . . - BUT SUDDENLY YOU NO LONGER KNEW WHO WERE YOUR FRIENDS - AND WHO WERE NOT!
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📒Three Good Men ✍ Harold W. Nash
✏Three Good Men Book Summary : "So often in life, we don't realize how deeply someone has effected us until it is too late to thank them. Thus it is with Harry Nash, but he has done the next best thing. He has written a beautiful tribute to the men who, just by being themselves, influenced his understanding of the world and his place in it." Adele DelSAvio, Assistant Director, Resource and Community Development, Aurora of CNY, Inc. Syracuse, New York "Harrys gift to us in Three Good Men invites us to experience how such unique individuals continue to be . important in all our lives. Harold L. Nash, Harry's father, taught, "He who invented work should have finished it." Martin H Rogers Once a camp director always a camp director" Skills learned during summer camp can set the stage for the rest of your life. John J. Readling through his presence and actions shows us how to listen and ask the difficult questions that clarify life's challenges. "So teach us to number our days that we may apply our hearts to wisdom" Psalm 90:12. The Reverend Jeffrey D. Knox, Retired Episcopal Priest, All Saints Church; Fulton, NewYork. "This book was a joy to read. It makes you stop to think about all those people who helped shape your life." Deana Masuicca, SUNY Brockport'75, Director, YMCA, Oswego, New York "Harry Nash lovingly and respectfully recalls the personal and professional influence of three men in his life. We should all be so fortunate and grateful" Bill Reilly, Owner, the river's end bookstore, Oswego, New York
📒Money Jungle ✍ Benjamin Chesluk
✏Money Jungle Book Summary : For more than a century, Times Square has mesmerized the world with the spectacle of its dazzling supersigns, its theaters, and its often-seedy nightlife. New York City’s iconic crossroads has drawn crowds of revelers, thrill-seekers, and other urban denizens, not to mention lavish outpourings of advertising and development money. Many have hotly debated the recent transformation of this legendary intersection, with voices typically falling into two opposing camps. Some applaud a blighted red-light district becoming a big-budget, mainstream destination. Others lament an urban zone of lawless possibility being replaced by a Disneyfied, theme-park version of New York. In Money Jungle, Benjamin Chesluk shows that what is really at stake in Times Square are fundamental questions about city life—questions of power, pleasure, and what it means to be a citizen in contemporary urban space. Chesluk weaves together surprising stories of everyday life in and around the Times Square redevelopment, tracing the connections between people from every level of this grand project in social and spatial engineering: the developers, architects, and designers responsible for reshaping the urban public spaces of Times Square and Forty-second Street; the experimental Midtown Community Court and its Times Square Ink. job-training program for misdemeanor criminals; encounters between NYPD officers and residents of Hell’s Kitchen; and angry confrontations between city planners and neighborhood activists over the future of the area. With an eye for offbeat, telling details and a perspective that is at once sympathetic and critical, Chesluk documents how the redevelopment has tried, sometimes successfully and sometimes not, to reshape the people and places of Times Square. The result is a colorful and engaging portrait, illustrated by stunning photographs by long-time local photographer Maggie Hopp, of the street life, politics, economics, and cultural forces that mold America’s urban centers.