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Sandstorm

Sandstorm
Author : Laurence Gough
Publisher : New York, N.Y. ; Toronto : Viking
Release Date : 1992
Category : Fiction
Total pages :289
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When a brilliant agent recruits a strange team of bodyguards, including a wanted murderer and the proprietress of an antique shop, the CIA begins to question his intentions

The Sandstorm ...

The Sandstorm ...
Author : Anonim
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1926
Category :
Total pages :129
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Libyan Sandstorm

Libyan Sandstorm
Author : John K. Cooley
Publisher : London : Sidgwick & Jackson
Release Date : 1983
Category : Libya
Total pages :320
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Verslag van de gebeurtenissen in Libië na de staatsgreep van Kolonel Kaddafi in 1969.

Sixties Sandstorm

Sixties Sandstorm
Author : Brian C. Kalt
Publisher : MSU Press
Release Date : 2001
Category : Biography & Autobiography
Total pages :151
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The Dunes park fight is a case study of the politics, the legislative process, citizen response to the expanded role of government in the 1960s, and the rise of the environmental movement in America during that decade.

Sandstorm

Sandstorm
Author : Daniel Pipes
Publisher : University Press of Amer
Release Date : 1993
Category : History
Total pages :411
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As one of the world's most volatile areas, the Middle East receives disproportionate media coverage. But this coverage almost invariably presents the events of the day without providing the context needed to understand the implications and meaning of those events. The eighteen articles in this volume, which originally appeared in Orbis: A Journal of World Affairs in 1990 and 1991, provide insight into the context of Middle Eastern events. Arab politics, the Arab-Israeli conflict, the Persian Gulf, and U.S. policy are examined in detail. The main themes covered are security issues such as wars, terrorism, and hostage-taking, and attitudes, including public opinion in Lebanon and the United States and the Israeli security dilemma. Co-published with the Foreign Policy Research Institute.

Circular

Circular
Author : United States. Weather Bureau
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1954
Category : Meteorology
Total pages :129
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U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper

U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper
Author : Anonim
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1909
Category : Geology
Total pages :129
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Special Scientific Report

Special Scientific Report
Author : Anonim
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1966
Category : Fisheries
Total pages :129
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Sandstorm

Sandstorm
Author : Francine Zapater
Publisher : Francinezapater.rocks
Release Date : 2021
Category :
Total pages :129
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A dark secret. A hidden purpose… Can love defeat destiny? Stella, a teenager about to graduate, experiences the magic of love for the first time by meeting the boy of her dreams, Erick, an attractive exchange student. A mysterious, cold and out of reach guy that hides a big secret. Both, he and his twin brother Luke, have a secret mission to achieve, where there is no room for feelings. That’s why, falling in love with Stella, his next victim, is not in his plans. But she has something, something that confuses them, something that stirs a strange fire that consumes them inside and they had never experienced before. They will both take their rivalry to the limit to win Stella’s love, risking her live not to reveal their dark secret. Double Moon is a tribute to first love. It talks about those feelings that give you goose bumps for the very first time, about that strength that pushes you to fight for what you want against everything and everyone. About the fear of losing and the disappointment that lying can cause. A story where nothing is what it seems, where looks can be deceiving. A romance fiction, but real as life itself. Francine's romance books for teens and young adults are written in spanish but soon available in english. Double Moon is her first book available in english.

Sandstorm

Sandstorm
Author : Megan Derr
Publisher : Less Than Three Press, LLC
Release Date : 2011
Category : Fiction
Total pages :348
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Stories are told of the wild Tribes who control the untamable Desert, the bloody battles that are waged there, but little is actually known. In a place where alliances are as shifting as the sands, one Tribe is universally regarded as the most dangerous: the Ghost Tribe, led by the bloodthirsty Sheik Hashim and his son Sahayl, called the Sandstorm. Sahayl is not his father, however, and would rather see the Tribes find a way to live peacefully. When a meeting to negotiate peace with the Falcon Tribe goes wrong, nobody is more disappointed than Sahayl, especially as it means he'll never come to better know the beautiful, blue-eyed Falcon who challenged him. Then the violence in the Desert abruptly worsens as Tribes believed long dead begin to appear, and sorting ally from enemy becomes impossible. To save his Tribe and the Desert, Sahayl must take drastic measures that will reshape the Desert in a way that only a Sandstorm can...

Sandstorm

Sandstorm
Author : Christopher Rowe
Publisher : Wizards of the Coast
Release Date : 2011-03-01
Category : Fiction
Total pages :304
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A hero rises from the ranks of slaves! The genasi control almost all of Calimshan for their djinn overlords—all but a few outposts like the floating Island of the Free, where escaped slaves from Calimport’s coliseum run their own brutal games. There, Cephas, a genasi with no memories of his past has spent his entire life fighting But one day a circus of misfits, lead by the crowlike Corvus Nightfeather appear and free Cephas—and for the first time Cephas can harness his inborn powers and control the stones and dirt beneath his feet. The newest Forgotten Realms® author brings his talents to an area that has changed dramatically with the fresh take of Dungeons & Dragons® 4th Edition. The powerful elemental race of the genasi and the xenophobic and ruthless cultures of Calimshan are revealed through the rise of the Forgotten Realms' newest hero. From the Paperback edition.

Sandstorm: Policy Failure in the Middle East

Sandstorm: Policy Failure in the Middle East
Author : Leon Hadar
Publisher : St. Martin's Press
Release Date : 2015-03-31
Category : Political Science
Total pages :224
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The time has come for a serious debate on the future involvement of the United States in the Middle East and this original and provocative analysis challenges the prevailing wisdom of the Washington foreign policy establishment. Hadar provides a sweeping reexamination of the conceptual bases of American policy and proposes a strategy of "constructive disengagement" from the region, a policy of benign neglect as a way of promoting the interests of the United States as well as those of the people of the Middle East. In Sandstorm, Hadar calls for regional states and the European Union to take increased responsibility for security, economic growth, and political stability. This bold and innovative critique will inject new energy into the policy debate.

Sandstorm

Sandstorm
Author : Henry Shukman
Publisher : Random House
Release Date : 2012-02-29
Category : Fiction
Total pages :256
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Former foreign correspondent Charles Mortimer is all washed up, living a hand-to-mouth existence in Manhattan, wondering how things could have gone so wrong for him. A chance discovery of a newspaper obituary takes him back to the beginning of his career, when he was a young, hopeful man reporting from the Sahara Desert in the company of beautiful French photographer Celeste Dumas. The two narrowly escape death by bullet, grenade, thirst and heatstroke and, ultimately, drowning. By the end of their adventure, Mortimer has begun his life as a successful, cynical journalist. Fifteen years roll by, and Mortimer finds himself again in Algeria, where he perpetrates the great error of his professional life and realizes, finally, what it was he lost so long ago in the desert wastes. By the winner of the Author's Club First Novel Award, Guardian First Book Award and The Times First Book Award.

The Adventures of Ori and Kipi

The Adventures of Ori and Kipi
Author : Verónica Asensio Arjona
Publisher : Mr momo
Release Date : 2020-05-19
Category : Juvenile Fiction
Total pages :62
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"The Adventures of Ori and Kipi: The Sandstorm" is a story that will take you, Ori and his best friend Kipi on a journey through the deserts and forests of Australia. Ori and Kipi meet a new friend, Koli the koala, and help him find his family. The three friends will have to face the great sandstorm that is coming to the forest. Will they be able to overcome it? How will they manage? This story will take you to fantastic places. This story is intended for readers from 6 to 11 years old. It is an educational story with values in teamwork, friendship and conflict resolution. In addition, it it promotes caring for the environment. There is a didactic section at the end of the book containing games, songs and activities that focus on reading, mathematics, geography, music and Spanish-English.

In Your Eyes a Sandstorm

In Your Eyes a Sandstorm
Author : Arthur Neslen
Publisher : Univ of California Press
Release Date : 2011-09
Category : History
Total pages :306
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"In this impossible task of representation, Arthur Neslen writes a book that is impossible to put down. In Your Eyes a Sandstorm is where Joyce's The Dubliners meets Howard Zinn's A People’s History. Thrilling, compassionate, and unflinching narratives and dialogues converge the critical events of contemporary Palestinian being into the present. Palestinians are field negroes, house negroes, ghettoized schlemiels and pariahs, ethnically cleansed, colonized, occupied, militant, pacifist, doctors, zookeepers, rappers, journalists, teachers, etc. They are also an original people who will continue to write a new story in the book of survival and hope, of overcoming suffering and, hopefully, of going beyond power." —Fady Joudah, author of The Earth in the Attic and translator of Mahmoud Darwish’s If I Were Another “In this wonderful collection, one can hear the Palestinians speaking for themselves and not through others who may distort or dim their messages. Very few collections have brought home to us so vividly and authentically what it means to be a Palestinian today.” —Ilan Pappe, author of The Rise and Fall of a Palestinian Dynasty "This highly original work is an important contribution to Palestine literature, especially in the way that personal narrative interacts with and enriches collective-national and public memory." —Nur Masalha, author of Expulsion of the Palestinians: The Concept of "Transfer" in Zionist Political Thought "Neslen powerfully gives voice to Palestinians, humanizes them, and reveals the complexities of Palestinian society." —Sara Roy, author of Hamas and Civil Society in Gaza “A remarkable achievement at the junction of Middle East politics and anthropology, this collection of interviews with Palestinians from eight successive generations—defined according to historical watersheds—is a necessary complement to treatise-like readings on the Palestinians and the Israel-Palestine conflict. It offers the means for a reasoned empathy with the Palestinian people, and provides a perfect counterpoint to the ‘journey through the Israeli psyche’ which Arthur Neslen took his readers on in his previous book.” —Gilbert Achcar, author of The Arabs and the Holocaust: The Arab-Israeli War of Narratives