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Author: Pétrus Borel
Publisher: Éditions du Boucher
Keywords: immoraux, contes, champavert
Number of Pages: 240
Published: 2002
ISBN-10: 2848240067
ISBN-13: 9782848240060

Il y a des noms qui deviennent proverbes & adjectifs. Quand un petit journal veut en 1859 exprimer tout le dégoût & le mépris que lui inspire une poésie ou un roman d'un caractère sombre & outré, il lance le mot : Pétrus Borel ! & tout est dit. Le jugement est prononcé, l'auteur est foudroyé

Author: Nikolai Gogol
Publisher: Mundus Publishing
Keywords: souls, dead
Number of Pages: 206
Published: 1937

A stranger arrives in a Russian backwater community with a bizarre proposition for the local landowners: cash for their "dead souls," the serfs who have died in their service. Gogol's comic masterpiece offers a vast and satirical painting of 19th-century Russia. A work of great symbolism, it continues to inspire 21st-century authors and readers.

Author: Krystyna Kersten
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: poland, rule, communist, establishment
Number of Pages: 580
Published: 1991
ISBN-10: 0520062191
ISBN-13: 9780520062191

First published underground in Poland in 1984, this inside look at Communist subjugation is now available to the English reader. Nowhere has the takeover of any East-Central European country been so searchingly documented by a writer who was living at the time under the imposed Communist regime. Kersten's political analysis and bright narrative will inspire anyone interested in contemporary European history.The author assiduously details the Communist Party's manipulation of Polish society, media, and politics. With remarkable objectivity she depicts the political scene during the critical per

Author: C. J. Mahaney
Publisher: Sovereign Grace Ministries
Keywords: maturity, together, groups, small
Number of Pages: 130
Published: 1996-10
ISBN-10: 1881039064
ISBN-13: 9781881039068

Do you want to get on the fast track to Christian maturity? Small groups provide the ideal context for "working out our salvation" together. Whether you attend a small group or lead one, this book will raise your vision and inspire you to excel in the areas of service to which God has called you. And if you don't attend a small group? All the more reason you may want to read Why Small Groups? and let it change your life. The authors are all pastors from various Sovereign Grace Ministries churches.

Author: Raymond Sturgis
Publisher: Raymond Sturgis
Keywords: changers, world
Number of Pages: 353
Published: 2010-05-28
ISBN-10: 1450564690
ISBN-13: 9781450564694

Everyday, events and people inspire others indirectly that chart that course into history. The WALL STREET PROTESTERS are exercising their Constitutional Rights as the Republicans criticize and insult them. The political atmosphere has change, the republicans controlled by the Tea Party refuse to do what is best for the American people. Sometime in our lives we will change the world and developing that courage is the essential part of this book. Whether the change we create is in our relationships, marriages, or communities, negatively or positively, change will happen. In order for us to impl

Authors: Joep Crompvoets, Abbas Rajabifard, Bastiaan van Lo
Publisher: Space for Geo-Information (RGI), Wageningen Univer
Keywords: data, infrastructures, spatial, assess, view, framework, multi
Number of Pages: 403
Published: 2008-12-31
ISBN-10: 0732516234
ISBN-13: 9780732516239

Table of contentsAcknowledgmentsContentsContributorsForewordsIntroductionNotes on Editors       PART ONE -     Theoretical Background and Framework to Assess SDIsChapter 1     Spatial Data Infrastructure for a Spatially Enabled Government and Society.Chapter 2     The multi-faceted nature of SDIs and their assessment - dealing with dilemmas.Chapter 3     SDI for public governance - implications for evaluation research.Chapter 4     SDI evaluation and budgeting processes: linkages and lessons.Cha

Author: OECD
Publisher: OECD Publishing
Keywords: practices, research, public, governance
Number of Pages: 164
Published: 2003-09-25
ISBN-10: 9264103767
ISBN-13: 9789264103764

This report deals with public sector research. It provides a comprehensive review of the challenges that call for changes in the governance of OECD countries’ science systems. It highlights emerging policy responses developed in these countries indicating better practices to deal with the challenges, and draws policy lessons that can inspire the reform process. Supporting chapters provide detailed descriptions and analyses of the structures of science systems, the procedures for priority setting, the changes to funding, and the management of human resources in R&D.
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