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📒Wolverine The Nature Of The Beast ✍ Dave Stern
✏Wolverine The Nature of the Beast Book Summary : Stripped of his indestructible skeleton and the power that defined him as a mutant, Wolverine suddenly discovers that he no longer knows who he really is or if his life has any value if he cannot be a member of the X-Men. Original.
📒The Nature Of The Beast ✍ Louise Penny
✏The Nature of the Beast Book Summary : The award-winning novel from worldwide phenomenon and number one New York Times bestseller Louise Penny Hardly a day goes by when nine-year-old Laurent Lepage doesn't cry wolf. His boundless sense of adventure and vivid imagination mean he has a tendency to concoct stories so extraordinary and so far-fetched that no one can possibly believe him. But when Laurent disappears, former Chief Inspector Armand Gamache is faced with the possibility that one of his tall tales might have been true. So begins a frantic search for the boy and the truth. And what Gamache uncovers deep in the forest leads back to crimes of the past, betrayal and murder, with more sinister consequences than anyone could have possibly imagined . . .
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📒The Nature Of The Beast ✍ Bryan Sykes
✏The Nature of the Beast Book Summary : Professor Bryan Sykes, the world's leading expert on human genetics, set a goal to locate and analyse as many DNA samples as possible with links to the yeti. In doing so, he found himself entering a strange world of mystery and sensationalism, fraud and obsession and even the supernatural. Protected by the ruthless vigour of genetic analysis he was able to listen to the stories of the yeti without having to form an opinion. The only opinion that mattered was the DNA. Three hair samples from the miogi, the Bhutanese yeti are the cause of the investigation. The hairs did not surrender their secrets easily, but eventually two were identified as known species of bear. The third remained a mystery. One of the many theories to account for the yeti legend is that there were small groups of Neanderthals that had managed to survive until recent times. If so, would it be possible to detect recent interbreeding between our own species and Neanderthals in the genomes of indigenous people living in remote regions? Professor Sykes has made some surprising and significant discoveries. Discoveries that could change our understanding of human origins.
📒The Nature Of The Beast ✍ Milton Sanford Mayer
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📒Nature Of The Beast ✍ Chuck Ketterman
✏Nature of the Beast Book Summary : The author begins by taking you into that period of time when America was struggling with its own social consciousness while trying to support a war in Southeast Asia. By reading the introduction, you become "briefed" on the events leading up to the Vietnam War. The following chapters take you on an incredible journey that describes the growth and determination needed to survive the ordeals of combat. These stories begin to tell of the authors' own account, while serving with the 2nd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment. Assigned as Special Landing Force Bravo, the amphibious and helicopter assault group joins with other Marine battalions to make up the "Thin green line" facing the North Vietnamese Army along the DMZ. Traveling with these guardians of "Eye Corps" (1st Corps), you will become familiar with Quang Tri, Thua Thien and Quang Nam provinces. Their opponents in these territories were not only the Vietcong, but the hard corps divisions of the NVA. Together, these forces became the nemesis for the Tet Offensive during the high water mark of the Vietnam War. The men of 2/3 would serve most of their time fighting on these battlefields. This is their story of their purpose, their motivation and their challenge to defeat a relentless enemy that had sought a victory by declaring the Vietnamese Revolution in 1968. A story that must be told, one that has been recorded in the authors' book, "The Nature of the Beast." A book that is dedicated to all those who have made that sacrifice to help others to be free.
📒The Nature Of The Beast ✍ Ryan Josey
✏The Nature of the Beast Book Summary : Too often, our servicemen return with more than scars and invisible wounds. They become something often considered monstrous for our military in order to defend our homeland. But what happens when their work is done and their respected units have no further use for them? Trained killers now told to be normal members of society and forget about what they were programmed to do. For most, it isn't that easy to just revert back. Once killing is in your blood, you return to your primal roots and never again will you ever be the same. On the south coast of Texas, five fishermen, grown disenfranchised by hard work and low wages, find themselves in over their heads in the seedy world of international drug trafficking and in a crossfire between feuding cartels. When two border patrol agents find a dead man and a large sum of money on the banks of the Rio Grande, they are faced with the age-old decision between right and wrong. Alas, the distinction is not always so clear. A cartel enforcer is tasked with enforcing smuggling routes, but the former Mexican soldier has his own fanatical agenda as well. They are all lost souls on a collision course with one another that can only end with violence, an all-too-familiar outcome on the troubled Texas-Mexico border.
📒The Nature Of The Beast ✍ Frances Fyfield
✏The Nature Of The Beast Book Summary : Douglas Petty is a man who enjoys his reputation as an unreconstructed male with a penchant for too much wine and too many women. Inheriting his father's eccentric estate and dog sanctuary quietened him a little, and marriage to Amy a little more. Even so, it seemed out of character for him a sue a tabloid newspaper for libel when it printed a scurrilous story about him. His lawyers told him he had a good chance of winning the case, mainly because Amy's testimony would clearly refute the story. But then Amy is involved in a horrendous train crash and while the authorities assume she died in the resulting fire, there is no body to prove it. And if she wasn't killed why has she disappeared and, with no money and no other family, where is she? In a story of mesmerising suspense, Amy slowly reveals why she cannot return to her beloved home, and why she can never escape from the lies she was told as a child.
📒Nature Of The Beast ✍ Amylea Lyn
✏Nature of the Beast Book Summary : The City is a cold, sterile place. What lies Outside it? Raine O'Kelly has a gift. The very power of nature is his to command. When his gift lands him in trouble with the government, Raine find himself thrown into The Prison; one of the most feared punishment for those citizens who wont conform to The City's ideals. Abused, scared, and slowly dying of deprivation from the one thing his body truly needs, an accident lands him in the infirmary, which leads him to be given to The Prison's most feared inmate... The Beast. When The Beast defends him from the guards, Raine finds himself inexplicably drawn to the misunderstood man. A man with unique abilities of his own, the Beast's animalistic desires forms a connection between them that cannot be denied. When he learns The Beast comes from Outside the City, is Raine willing to take the chance on escape with the mysterious man? Escape wont be easy, and there are dangers waiting for them on The Outside, ready to strike at the fragile relationship between the two men. When The Beast's past come's to light, will Raine be able to put aside his own fears in order to fight for the life the two of them could have together? Or will he fold under the pressure? Will he get his happily ever after? Or will he become just another victim of the Nature of the Beast.
✏The Nature of the Beast Examining Climate Adaptation Options in Forests with Stand replacing Fire Regimes Book Summary : Abstract: Building resilience to natural disturbances is a key to managing forests for adaptation to climate change. To date, most climate adaptation guidance has focused on recommendations for frequent‐fire forests, leaving few published guidelines for forests that naturally experience infrequent, stand‐replacing wildfires. Because most such forests are inherently resilient to stand‐replacing disturbances, and burn severity mosaics are largely indifferent to manipulations of stand structure (i.e., weather‐driven, rather than fuel‐driven fire regimes), we posit that pre‐fire climate adaptation options are generally fewer in these regimes relative to others. Outside of areas of high human value, stand‐scale fuel treatments commonly emphasized for other forest types would undermine many of the functions, ecosystem services, and other values for which these forests are known. For stand‐replacing disturbance regimes, we propose that (1) managed wildfire use (e.g., allowing natural fires to burn under moderate conditions) can be a useful strategy as in other forest types, but likely confers fewer benefits to long‐term forest resilience and climate adaptation, while carrying greater socio‐ecological risks; (2) reasoned fire exclusion (i.e., the suppression component of a managed wildfire program) can be an appropriate strategy to maintain certain ecosystem conditions and services in the face of change, being more ecologically justifiable in long‐interval fire regimes and producing fewer of the negative consequences than in frequent‐fire regimes; (3) low‐risk pre‐disturbance adaptation options are few, but the most promising approaches emphasize fundamental conservation biology principles to create a safe operating space for the system to respond to change (e.g., maintaining heterogeneity across scales and minimizing stressors); and (4) post‐disturbance conditions are the primary opportunity to implement adaptation strategies (such as protecting live tree legacies and testing new regeneration methods), providing crucial learning opportunities. This approach will provide greater context and understanding of these systems for ecologists and resource managers, stimulate future development of adaptation strategies, and illustrate why public expectations for climate adaptation in these forests will differ from those for frequent‐fire forests.