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Tamar Pdf/ePub eBook Author: ,
Editor: Candlewick Press
ISBN: 0763686808
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From acclaimed British sensation Mal Peet comes a masterful story of adventure, love, secrets, and betrayal in time of war, both past and present. When her grandfather dies, Tamar inherits a box containing a series of clues and coded messages. Out of the past, another Tamar emerges, a man involved in the terrifying world of resistance fighters in Nazi-occupied Holland half a century before. His story is one of passionate love, jealousy, and tragedy set against the daily fear and casual horror of the Second World War -- and unraveling it is about to transform Tamar’s life forever.


Tamar Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Mal Peet
Editor: Candlewick Press
ISBN: 0763652148
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From acclaimed British sensation Mal Peet comes a masterful story of adventure, love, secrets, and betrayal in time of war, both past and present. When her grandfather dies, Tamar inherits a box containing a series of clues and coded messages. Out of the past, another Tamar emerges, a man involved in the terrifying world of resistance fighters in Nazi-occupied Holland half a century before. His story is one of passionate love, jealousy, and tragedy set against the daily fear and casual horror of the Second World War -- and unraveling it is about to transform Tamar’s life forever.

The Debt of Tamar

The Debt of Tamar Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Nicole Dweck
Editor: Macmillan
ISBN: 1466872691
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A USA TODAY Best seller! Bestselling author Nicole Dweck brings to life one of history's greatest yet overlooked stories of love and resilience. In 2002, thirty-two-year-old Selim Osman, the last descendant of Ottoman Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent, flees Istanbul for New York. In a twist of fate he meets Hannah, the daughter of a Holocaust survivor and an artist striving to understand a father she barely knows. Unaware that the connection they share goes back centuries, the two feel an immediate pull to one another. But as their story intertwines with that of their ancestors, the heroic but ultimately tragic decision that bound two families centuries ago ripples into the future, threatening to tear Hannah and Selim apart. From a 16th-century harem to a seaside village in the Holy Land, from Nazi-occupied Paris to modern-day Manhattan, Nicole Dweck's The Debt of Tamar weaves a spellbinding tapestry of love, history, and fate that will enchant readers from the very first page.


Unveiled Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Francine Rivers
Editor: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
ISBN: 9781414322728
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Book 1 in the 5-book biblical historical fiction series by the New York Times bestselling author of Redeeming Love and A Voice in the Wind. Betrayed by the men who controlled her future, she fought for her right to believe in a loving God. Meet Tamar, one of the five women in the lineage of Christ. She risked her life and her reputation to be the woman she was called to be. Her story serves as an example of how God uses our circumstances and our steps toward Him, however faltering, to fulfill His plan. Unveiled is book one in the popular Lineage of Grace series about five unlikely women who changed eternity. “Francine Rivers utilizes her expertise as master storyteller to unveil Tamar’s saga, a tale of deception, betrayal, and ultimately hope.” —Romantic Times This novella includes an in-depth Bible study perfect for personal reflection or group discussion.

A Convert’s Tale

A Convert’s Tale Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Tamar Herzig
Editor: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 0674242564
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Salomone da Sesso was a virtuoso goldsmith in Renaissance Italy. Brought down by a sex scandal, he saved his skin by converting to Catholicism. Tamar Herzig explores Salamone’s world—his Jewish upbringing, his craft and patrons, and homosexuality. In his struggle for rehabilitation, we see how precarious and contested was the meaning of conversion.


Tamar Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Deborah Challinor
Editor: HarperCollins Australia
ISBN: 174309728X
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Tamar by Deborah Challinor Summary

A dramatic saga of love, scandal and survival. When Tamar Deane is orphaned at 17 in a small Cornish village, she seizes her one chance for a new life and emigrates to New Zealand. Alone and frightened on the Plymouth quay she is befriended by an extraordinary woman. Myrna Mactaggart is also travelling to Auckland, with plans to establish the finest brothel in the Southern Hemisphere. Myrna's friendship is unconventional to say the least, but proves invaluable when tamar makes some disastrous choices in the new colony. Tamar is the first in a sweeping family saga covering several generations and encompassing the Boer War and the First and Second World Wars. Deborah Challinor successfully brings colonial New Zealand's complex social and racial interactions alive through a tight and exciting plot with compelling characters and a strong, dramatic story which will delight fans of this genre.

The Sacrifice of Tamar

The Sacrifice of Tamar Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Naomi Ragen
Editor: St. Martin\'s Griffin
ISBN: 1429910844
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The Sacrifice of Tamar by Naomi Ragen Summary

Tamar Finegold is twenty-one years old, the happy, beautiful bride of a rising young Rabbi in one of Brooklyn's insulated, ultra-Orthodox Jewish communities. Having married the man of her dreams and taken her place as a wife—and hopefully soon-to-be mother—in her community, Tamar feels as though the world is at her feet. But her secure, predictable existence is brought to an abrupt end when she is raped by an intruder. Fearing the unbearable stigma and threat to her marriage that could result from telling the truth, Tamar makes a fateful decision that changes her life forever. Her feeling that she did the only thing she could under the circumstances explodes when years later a shocking, undreamed of turn of events finally forces her to confront her past, once and for all


Tamar Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Irene Elizabeth G. Williams
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1524600016
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Tamar, a beautiful young princess of Israel, Palestine, daughter of King David, was ruthlessly raped by her half-brother, Amnon, who was infatuated with her, ill-advised by his cousin Jonadab to rape her, knowing that she was a virgin. The rape destroyed many lives, including that of Amnon, who was murdered by his brother Absalom, later killed in the civil war, where thousands of lives were lost. The rape had one ripple effect after another on King Davids family and became a national disaster, destroying many innocent lives.


Tamar Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Mal Peet
Editor: Candlewick Press
ISBN: 0763686808
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Tamar by Mal Peet Summary

From acclaimed British sensation Mal Peet comes a masterful story of adventure, love, secrets, and betrayal in time of war, both past and present. When her grandfather dies, Tamar inherits a box containing a series of clues and coded messages. Out of the past, another Tamar emerges, a man involved in the terrifying world of resistance fighters in Nazi-occupied Holland half a century before. His story is one of passionate love, jealousy, and tragedy set against the daily fear and casual horror of the Second World War -- and unraveling it is about to transform Tamar’s life forever.

Tamar's Closet

Tamar's Closet Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Laurie A. Malliett
Editor: WestBowPress
ISBN: 1490810056
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Tamar's Closet by Laurie A. Malliett Summary

Laurie uses her love of fashion to take you on a journey of emotional healing. This journey takes you through your physical closet also. The journal pages allow you to sort your thoughts, while the closet purging pages assist you in removing clutter and add positive clothing choices to your closet. Do you love shoes like I do? Or shopping to fill a void in your wardrobe? Before we check out all the newest, latest and greatest, we need to remove the old stuff so we have room for the new things in our closets. Our closets reveal more than our best friend may ever know about us. We store emotional things as well as our physical clothes in them. What would your closet say about you? Don’t fret, there is a way to clean both the pain and the dust from your closet. Come take a journey with me, where there is a future bright and cheerful. A place where you become your best self. I’ll take you through the emotional and physical closets and introduce you to a new view of yourself. You’ll see how different choices can bring you different outcomes. Life can have meaning, and you can refocus. Know that you are greatly loved and never alone in your pain. There is a comforter and personal designer just for you!

An Everlasting Meal

An Everlasting Meal Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Tamar Adler
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1439181896
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Reviving the inspiring message of M. F. K. Fisher’s How to Cook a Wolf— written in 1942 during wartime shortages—An Everlasting Meal shows that cooking is the path to better eating. Through the insightful essays in An Everlasting Meal, Tamar Adler issues a rallying cry to home cooks. In chapters about boiling water, cooking eggs and beans, and summoning respectable meals from empty cupboards, Tamar weaves philosophy and instruction into approachable lessons on instinctive cooking. Tamar shows how to make the most of everything you buy, demonstrating what the world’s great chefs know: that great meals rely on the bones and peels and ends of meals before them. She explains how to smarten up simple food and gives advice for fixing dishes gone awry. She recommends turning to neglected onions, celery, and potatoes for inexpensive meals that taste full of fresh vegetables, and cooking meat and fish resourcefully. By wresting cooking from doctrine and doldrums, Tamar encourages readers to begin from wherever they are, with whatever they have. An Everlasting Meal is elegant testimony to the value of cooking and an empowering, indispensable tool for eaters today.

Forward-Focused Learning

Forward-Focused Learning Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Tamar Elkeles
Editor: American Society for Training and Development
ISBN: 1950496686
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Shape What’s Next for Learning in Your Organization Our era of dynamic change and its profound impact on personal lives and businesses throughout the world represents a new normal. How organizations learn will determine whether they rise to the occasion and adapt or struggle behind outdated practices and processes. New or aspiring talent development executives can learn a lot from the best of the best—the high-performing, award-winning companies responding to increased pressure to deliver business value. Forward-Focused Learning features organizations that are proactive about looking for ways to grow, build, and learn. They offer lessons for being the most innovative, the most aligned to business needs, and the most strategic. Peek behind the curtain and see how other companies use learning to develop their employees and their businesses. Rich in examples of what’s worked, this book is a must-read for anyone setting learning strategy or managing the learning function. Organized around themes of vision, people, and process, it covers how to: • Become a strategic business driver • Apply a systems mindset to the learning organization • Gain support from organizational stakeholders • Build a learning team capable of serving the business • Do more with the resources you have Written by talent development practitioners and consultants at the top of the field, from brand-name companies such as Comcast, Hewlett-Packard, Nike, General Mills, Ford, GE, and Booz Allen Hamilton, this book is your key to gaining a seat at the table.

Molecular Modeling and Simulation

Molecular Modeling and Simulation Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Tamar Schlick
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 0387224645
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Molecular Modeling and Simulation by Tamar Schlick Summary

Very broad overview of the field intended for an interdisciplinary audience; Lively discussion of current challenges written in a colloquial style; Author is a rising star in this discipline; Suitably accessible for beginners and suitably rigorous for experts; Features extensive four-color illustrations; Appendices featuring homework assignments and reading lists complement the material in the main text

Freeing Your Child from Negative Thinking

Freeing Your Child from Negative Thinking Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Tamar E. Chansky
Editor: Da Capo Lifelong Books
ISBN: 0786726059
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A leading clinical expert in the fields of child cognitive behavior therapy and anxiety disorders, Dr. Tamar Chansky frequently counsels children (and their parents) whose negative thinking creates chronic or occasional emotional hurdles and impedes optimism, flexibility, and happiness. Now, in the first book that specifically focuses on negative thinking in kids, Freeing Your Child from Negative Thinking provides parents, caregivers, and clinicians the same clear, concise, and compassionate guidance that Dr. Chansky employed in her previous guides to relieving children from anxiety and obsessive compulsive symptoms. Here she thoroughly covers the underlying causes of children's negative attitudes, as well as providing multiple strategies for managing negative thoughts, building optimism, and establishing emotional resilience.

Feeling Like It

Feeling Like It Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Tamar Schapiro
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0192607898
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Feeling like doing something is not the same as deciding to do it. You may have an inclination to do it, but there is still a moment where you can decide to do it or not. This moment of decision presents a puzzle: if being inclined to do something is a form of motivation, or self-movement, how can we be passive in relation to our own self-movement? Is our relationship to our inclinations like that of a rider to a horse, or is it rather like our relationship to spontaneous judgments or perceptions? Schapiro shows that familiar theories of inclination fail to provide compelling answers to these questions, as they make being inclined to perform an action either too similar or too dissimilar to the action itself. Schapiro puts forward a Kant-inspired "inner animal" view, which holds that when you are merely inclined to act, the instinctive part of yourself is already active, while the rest of you is not. The moment of decision is your will at a crossroads. Feeling Like It provides a concise and accessible investigation of a new problem at the intersection of ethics, philosophy of action, and philosophy of mind.

Disability Through the Life Course

Disability Through the Life Course Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Tamar Heller,Sarah Parker Harris
Editor: SAGE Publications
ISBN: 1483305856
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Disability Through the Life Course by Tamar Heller,Sarah Parker Harris Summary

This volume in The SAGE Reference Series on Disability explores issues involving disability through the life courses, and is one of eight volumes in the cross-disciplinary and issues-based series, which examines topics central to the lives of individuals with disabilities and their families. With a balance of history, theory, research, and application, specialists set out the findings and implications of research and practice for others whose current or future work involves the care and/or study of those with disabilities, as well as for the disabled themselves. The concise, engaging presentational style emphasizes accessibility. Taken individually, each volume sets out the fundamentals of the topic it addresses, accompanied by compiled data and statistics, recommended further readings, a guide to organizations and associations, and other annotated resources, thus providing the ideal introductory platform and gateway for further study. Taken together, the series represents both a survey of major disability issues and a guide to new directions and trends and contemporary resources in the field as a whole.

Contemporary Just War

Contemporary Just War Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Tamar Meisels
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1351699466
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Contemporary Just War by Tamar Meisels Summary

This book offers a renewed defense of traditional just war theory and considers its application to certain contemporary cases, particularly in the Middle East. The first part of the book addresses and responds to the central theoretical criticisms levelled at traditional just war theory. It offers a detailed defense of civilian immunity, the moral equality of soldiers and the related dichotomy between jus ad bellum and jus in bello, and argues that these principles taken together amount to a morally coherent ethics of war. In this sense this project is traditional (or "orthodox"). In another sense, however, it is highly relevant to the modern world. While the first part of the book defends the just war tradition against its revisionist critics, the second part applies it to an array of timely issues: civil war, economic warfare, excessive harm to civilians, pre-emptive military strikes, and state-sponsored assassination, which require applying just war theory in practice. This book sets out to reaffirm the basic tenets of the traditional ethics of war and to lend them further moral support, subsequently applying them to a variety of practical issues. This book will be of great interest to students of just war theory, ethics, security studies, war and conflict studies, and IR in general.

The Key to Happiness

The Key to Happiness Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Tamar Salas
Editor: Balboa Press
ISBN: 1504320220
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From a young age, author Tamar Salas realized that the acceptance of the pain of adults around her was far greater than the acceptance of living a life of abundance and lasting happiness. And in growing up, she’s learned that just as we are creators of our own happiness, we are also the perpetrators and prolonging creators of our own pain and suffering. In The Key to Happiness, she describes common presenting issues and frames of mind that prevent us from achieving internal lasting happiness and personal fulfillment: • belief there is a shortcut to happiness; • why being busy is stealing our happiness; • the “time will heal” frame of mind; and • the “not now—I’m going through something” way of thinking. Salas answers the questions of why we leave happiness unattended until we find ourselves in trouble again, and how do we make happiness last. In this guide, she shows the key to happiness revolves around learning to share unconditionally, learning to love ourselves, coming to understand love, and learning to nurture one another and walk side by side without prolonging our personal suffering.

Something Old, Something New

Something Old, Something New Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Tamar Adler
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1476799644
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The award-winning, bestselling author of An Everlasting Meal revives and improves classic recipes in a gorgeously illustrated cookbook. With An Everlasting Meal, Tamar Adler advocated for the pleasures of leftovers and the myriad uses of flavorful scraps, providing culinary tips for using food you might ordinarily throw away. In her new cookbook, Something Old, Something New, Adler continues her preservative quest by rekindling classic recipes. There were times past when cooking was careful, important, economical, inspired. Other than occasional kitschy throwbacks, however, like Deviled Eggs or Oysters Rockefeller, many dishes that first excited our palates have disappeared. Beneath their fussy garnishes, gratuitous sauces, and outmoded techniques, Adler unearthed great recipes worth reviving. In Something Old, Something New she presents over 100 she loves best. From Steak Diane to Peach Melba, Adler enlivens culinary classics with ample use of acid and herbs, simplified techniques, and contemporary ways of serving. Seasonal menus, complete with wine pairings suggested by sommelier Juliette Pope and gorgeous watercolor drawings by artist Mindy Dubin round out the beautiful package. Something Old, Something New is a unique culinary history, filled with delicious recipes and Adler’s smart, witty prose, a perfect present or aptly titled wedding gift; a book worth keeping.

The Heart Is a Mirror

The Heart Is a Mirror Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Tamar Alexander-Frizer
Editor: Wayne State University Press
ISBN: 0814340059
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Since their expulsion from Spain in 1492, Sephardic Jews have managed to maintain their Jewish faith and Spanish group identity and have developed a uniquely Judeo-Spanish culture wherever they settled. Among the important cultural ties within these Sephardic groups are Judeo-Spanish folktales, stories that have been passed down from generation to generation, either in the distinct language of the group, Judeo-Spanish (Ladino), or in other languages, such as Hebrew. In The Heart Is a Mirror, Tamar Alexander-Frizer examines the folk narratives of Sephardic Jews to view them both in relation to universal narrative traditions and the traditions of Jewish culture. In part 1, Alexander-Frizer investigates the relationship between folk literature and group identity via the stories’ connection to Hebrew canonical sources, their historical connection to the land of origin, their treatment of prominent family members and historical events, and their connection to the surrounding culture in the lands of the Spanish Diaspora. Part 2 contains an analysis of several important genres and subgenres present in the folktales, including legends, ethical tales, fairy tales, novellas, and humorous tales. Finally, in part 3, Alexander-Frizer discusses the art of storytelling, introducing the theatrical and rhetorical aspects tied up in the Sephardic folktales, such as the storyteller, the audience, and the circumstances of time and place. This thorough and thought-provoking study is based on a corpus of over four thousand stories told by descendents of the Spanish Diaspora. An introduction addresses methodological problems that arise from the need to define the stories as Judeo-Spanish in character, as well as from methods used to record and anthologize them. Jewish studies scholars, as well as those interested in folktale studies, will gain much from this fascinating and readable volume.