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1. The Face of Battle: The Colour
2. Healing Takes Time
3. Anesthesia Unplugged (Gallagher,
4. Keep of the Lich-lord (Puffin
5. Codex Blood Angels
6. MCQs for the FRCR, Part 1 (Pt.
7. Treating Late Life Depression:
8. Senior Adult Ministry in the 21st
9. The Magazine of Fantasy and Science
10. Blood on the Reik: A Journey Through
11. Warhammer Battle Book (Warhammer
12. Thomas Aquinas and His Legacy
13. Warhammer 40, 000 Codex (German
14. Abandon: Love and Communism in
15. Warhammer 40, 000 Codex: Dark
16. Cape Cod's big wind. (Currents).(wind
17. An Introduction to Fantasy Wargames
18. Warhammer Fantasy Battle (Warhammer
19. Warhammer 40, 000 Codex (Italian
20. Warhammer 40, 000 Codex (German

1. The Face of Battle: The Colour Art of David Gallagher
by David Gallagher, John Blanche
Paperback: 63 Pages (2005-12-13)
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Asin: 1841542121
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2. Healing Takes Time
by David P. Gallagher
Paperback: 128 Pages (2005-10)
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Asin: 0814615236
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Well done!
What a comforting and encouraging book for those who are in the process of healing from a painful experience!Dave Gallagher's experience of compassionately working with those who are hurting from the sting of grief shines through in this easy-to-read yet inspiring book.I highly recommend it as a source for healing as well as a encouraging devotional book.

4-0 out of 5 stars Helpful book for people who are hurting
This warmherated, uplifting book offers God's comfort and hope to anyone experiencing grief. Pastors and others will fid this a useful tool to put in the hands of sufferers, all of whom need help in realizing that healing does take time.

5-0 out of 5 stars Helpful Ministry Tool!
Dr. Dave has done it again!Practical and helpful, this resource will engage your soul and strengthen your ministry for those gripped by the pains of life...

5-0 out of 5 stars Spiritual companion and gentle guide
In his book, Healing Takes Time, Dr. David Gallagher gently takes the reader's hand and together they walk the tough journey towards spiritual wellness through scripture promises and quiet reflections. His support and guidance smooth the rough spots as his gentle voice quiets the restless and provides hope for those who need understanding. Above all, his faith in God's love and compassion for each of us brightly lights the way.

3-0 out of 5 stars Map for a Healing Journey
In his dedication, Gallagher mentions individuals who have lost babies, children, and spouses as well as those who will face any serious loss in the future. Throughout the book's 52 chapters he makes clear that the cause of grief is less an issue here than the journey to healing. Each two-page topic begins with an affirmation and reflection, often based on Gallagher's own experience. For example, the fourth chapter opens with"Today with God's help: I will remember that burden bearing means sharing." The reflection takes us to a hospital room where the author's father is dying. Gallagher is there, accompanied by a friend whose comfort comes in the form of total silence. Sometimes, Gallagher writes, burden bearing is about sharing things other than words."

The remainder of each chapter consists of a scripture passage and questions for meditation, suggested action, a brief prayer, and space for writing a brief journal entry.The author encourages readers to use the book in any way that works, be it weekly, monthly or otherwise; individually, with a friend, or with a group. ... Read more

3. Anesthesia Unplugged (Gallagher, Anesthesia Unplugged)
by Christopher Gallagher, Ricardo Martinez-Ruiz, David Lubarsky
Paperback: 368 Pages (2006-12-15)
list price: US$99.95 -- used & new: US$69.79
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Asin: 0071458166
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Sharpen the procedural skills necessary for the optimal care of the anesthetized patient

Featuring an easy-to-navigate, atlas-oriented format, Anesthesia Unplugged gives you lightning-fast access to the entire spectrum of perioperative, ambulatory, regional, and general procedures. More than any other text, Anesthesia Unplugged disarmingly demystifies anesthesiology, as the book's authors and contributors take you on a engaging, yet educational voyage to places like “Intravenous World” (Part I), “Arterial Land” (Part II), and “Efficiency-Ville” (Part V). What's more, the book's comprehensive coverage is supported every step of the way by a skill-building, profusely illustrated art program.


  • Authoritative, complete, and attention-getting coverage of all relevant anesthesia procedures, from the IV and laryngoscopy, to the combined spinal-epidural and transesophageal echocardiography
  • Streamlined, templated format breaks down critical information into manageable chunks and allows pin-point navigation-ideal for busy residents and clinicians who need to rapidly master complex anesthesia procedures
  • Amusing, engaging tone that helps simplify and spur interest in chapter content; chapters include “The Rodney Dangerfield of Lines, the IV,” “EEEEK! Do We Dare? The Brachial A-Line,” “The Mask of Zorro. Mask Ventilation,” and “The Lung's Not Down, You Idiot! Lung Isolation”
  • Distinguished roster of expert contributors who deliver the most commanding perspectives on modern anesthesia with wit and wisdom
  • 600 clear, content-clarifying illustrations that put key anesthesia procedures into proper clinical perspective
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Customer Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars excellent!
I bought this book during my first semester of nurse anesthesia, and put it on the shelf thinking I would probably only use it when I get to clinicals this summer.I was wrong.

This book has helped me in lab classes, where I've had minimal, vague, fast demonstration and instruction on how to insert central lines.I was even able to discuss things that had not been brought up in class, and people thought the info was valuable.

Worth every penny.Very different than all the other stuff on my shelf, and therefore, it fills a gap the other books leave.

5-0 out of 5 stars Dummies guide to anesthesia
Perfect for those interested in expanding their prior knowledge of the field. The pictures walk you through step-by-step and the humor keeps the boredom from setting in. Great book!

5-0 out of 5 stars Well worth the time and money
Somehow the authors have taken the very serious subjects near and dear to the heart of any anesthesia provider and made them dead-on funny -- but truly helpful and informative.I can't you how many times I've been saved by their tips and hints.This is a MUST HAVE reference for the anesthesia student.

5-0 out of 5 stars Anesthesia Unplugged
LOVE this book.It has practical information and tidbits with clearly defined illustrations.Very humerous as it brings it down to earth and does not create the "usual" anesthesia textbook.I recommend it especially to students and anesthesia providers to have as a reference.

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome
A book that has real pictures and humor makes learning fun. This has been a valuable assest in my library. ... Read more

4. Keep of the Lich-lord (Puffin Adventure Gamebooks)
by Steve Jackson, Ian Livingstone, Dave Morris, Jamie Thomson
Paperback: 256 Pages (1990-10-04)
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Asin: 0140341374
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Part of the Adventure Gamebook series, this book is part novel, part game. With its multi-option scenarios, it involves the reader in role-playing and deciding the course of the story. In this volume, the reader has been summoned to save the Varadian Empire from an evil force. ... Read more

5. Codex Blood Angels
by Gavin Thorpe
Paperback: 24 Pages (1998-05-31)
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Asin: 186989345X
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars awsome!!!
It took a longer time then I thought to get to me nothing I didnt expect. But when it came The condition of the item was mint and it was great to see the Blood angel codex for the first time.
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6. MCQs for the FRCR, Part 1 (Pt. 1)
by Monica Khanna, Leon Menezes, David Gallagher
Paperback: 156 Pages (2004-07-11)
list price: US$44.99 -- used & new: US$33.70
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Asin: 0521705657
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Multiple-choice questions (MCQs) are used by many examination boards as a way of testing a broad spectrum of knowledge in an easily administered and unbiased way. They form a critical part of the Royal College of Radiologists Fellowship examinations. In 2002, the structure of the FRCR examination changed, and in response to new EU laws, the Part 1 examination syllabus now comprises questions on the physics and legal regulations surrounding ionizing radiation. This book is the perfect revision tool for candidates sitting the FRCR Part 1 examination and will also prove useful for those who need to acquaint themselves with the new IRMER (Ionizing Radiation (Medical Exposure)) regulations such as radiologists, cardiologists and anyone using ionizing radiation in any form for medical purposes. The book provides 175 questions, in 7 individual examination papers of 25 questions, all with detailed explanatory model answers, checklists and some with diagrams to aid understanding. ... Read more

7. Treating Late Life Depression: A Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Approach, Workbook (Treatments That Work)
by Larry W. Thompson, Leah Dick-Siskin, David W. Coon, David V. Powers, Dolores Gallagher-Thompson
Paperback: 240 Pages (2009-09-04)
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Asin: 0195383702
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If you suffer from depression, a program based on the principles of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) can help. CBT can help you change what you think and what you do.The program described in this workbook teaches you how to change your thinking in order to improve your mood.

Divided into three phases, the program outlined is designed specifically with older adults in mind. Most effective when used in conjunction with visits to a qualified mental health professional, this workbook helps you put into practice the new skills you will be learning in therapy. Skills designed to help you problem solve, improve communication, challenge negative thinking, and manage feelings of frustration and anger.

Over the course of the program, which can take anywhere from 16 - 20 sessions, you will work together with your therapist to manage your depressed mood. In-session exercises, at-home assignment, and review questions help you consolidate what you've learned and keep you motivated to succeed. Worksheets and forms are provided throughout to assist you in monitoring your progress.

Depression can be difficult to overcome, but with hard work and dedication you can acquire the tools necessary for improving your mood as well as your quality of life.

TreatmentsThatWorkTM represents the gold standard of behavioral healthcare interventions!

·All programs have been rigorously tested in clinical trials and are backed by years of research

·A prestigious scientific advisory board, led by series Editor-In-Chief David H. Barlow, reviews and evaluates each intervention to ensure that it meets the highest standard of evidence so you can be confident that you are using the most effective treatment available to date

·Our books are reliable and effective and make it easy for you to provide your clients with the best care available

·Our corresponding workbooks contain psychoeducational information, forms and worksheets, and homework assignments to keep clients engaged and motivated

·A companion website (www.oup.com/us/ttw) offers downloadable clinical tools and helpful resources

·Continuing Education (CE) Credits are now available on select titles in collaboration with PsychoEducational Resources, Inc. (PER) ... Read more

8. Senior Adult Ministry in the 21st Century: Step-By-Step Strategies for Reaching People Over 50
by David P. Gallagher
Paperback: 148 Pages (2006-05)
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Asin: 1597526630
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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The Complete Guide for Senior Adult Ministry

Over one quarter of Americans are age fifty or older. This sizable group has unique needs and requires specialized ministry. In this resource, pastor to senior adults Dr. David Gallagher offers invaluable insights, practical ideas, and successful strategies for ministering effectively to people over 50. In this book you'll find:

- THE BIG PICTURE AND NUTS AND BOLTS OF SENIOR ADULT MINISTRY. This book offers a fresh framework of ministry goals and vision, as well as the practical insights to accomplish them. It includes steps for effective senior adult ministry, characteristics of senior adults, ways to involve senior adults in ministry, and more!

- 150 SOLID GOLD MINISTRY TIPS, TIME-SAVERS, AND LIFE-SAVERS. This priceless help will be useful to both those new and experienced at senior adult ministry.

- POWERFUL OUTREACH ACTIVITIES AND EVENTS. These tested and proven-effective ideas help meet the social, emotional and spiritual needs of seniors!

- REPRODUCIBLE WORKSHEETS AND HANDOUTS. Found in most chapters, you'll find these reproducible helps invaluable for sparking creativity for all areas of senior adult ministry.

A must-have, fresh, new resource for churches who truly desire to effectively reach everyone in their community. ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Senior Adult Ministry in the 21st Century: Step-by-Step
Chapter 1 Getting to Know Senior Adults
One thing that I found particularly interesting about the book Senior Adult Ministry in the 21st Century was the idea that today's seniors have more friends than ever before. Senior adults are becoming much more sociable these days. They are generally healthier and emphatically happier. In a way, they have followed our cultural and social trends. Case in point: seniors are described in this book as loving predictability (pg 16). I've heard it said that "McDonalds is the most popular hamburger restaurant in the world; not because people expect to get the best burger but because people know what there going to get". It's true. Whenever you enter into a McDonalds (with a few possible exceptions) you find the washrooms in the same place as in any other McDonalds, the registers in the same place, the same art on the walls and the same exact food. Seniors, like all of us love predictability. We love to know what's coming our way. The main thing I have taken from this chapter is that senior's ministry (like youth ministry) thrives on repetition and predictability.
Chapter 2 Getting Started in Senior Adult Ministry
Probably the most impacting thing that I took from this chapter was the idea of a holistic community. In earlier times, the churches were the social centers for most communities. The clergy were generally the most educated people in the area and so often represented the people and counseled them. The church also functioned as an activities center for many groups and whole families remained in the same church for their entire lives. Though today people have many opportunities that previous generations did not; though today people have more social centers and more choices in general, the Church can and should still function as a community center. Certainly the benefits of a senior adult ministry can help with this. Firstly a seniors group helps to reach the community. Second a seniors group could have the potential to affect the larger family unit and could help the church to reach whole families across generational lines (pg 37).As this chapter points out, it is wildly important that seniors be encouraged to help meet the needs of other seniors (pg 38).
Chapter 3 Involving Senior Adults in Ministry
The third chapter of this book as well has a great emphasis on the involvement of seniors in ministry. There is even a great list of ways that this can be done. In my mind, there are two points on the list that deserve extra attention. The first is a suggestion that seniors be encouraged to host local international students at their homes for dinners (pg 67). This is a great idea. It is community oriented, it has wonderful benefits for both the student and for older adults and it has even greater potential for evangelism. The second suggestion that struck me as being particularly good was the proposal to offer a first aid course (pg 68). I myself can testify to this. Just last week, I set up a class for Second Chance CPR and First Aid, and it was a wonderful experience for all ages. Yet for seniors in particular it was especially informative. Most seniors can benefit greatly from learning these kinds of life saving procedures and many have grandchildren to look after as well (grandchildren love to choke on pennies and dog food and all kinds of things).This type of class can help to make people feel more in control.

Chapter 4 Reaching Out to Senior Adults
I think the most impacting idea offered in this chapter is mentioned only in passing on page 90. It is given as one of many possible outreach opportunities for seniors. In it seniors are described as "muggers", a somewhat unfortunate title for seniors who "take a simple gift to our first-time visitors". I found this to be a great idea. Not only could the seniors get together as a craft group to make something or design something, but they could also help to keep track of new peoples names and numbers. The idea could also help the ministerial staff as the seniors keep track of new visitors. In addition, it is always nice to see a safe, older, friendly face when visiting a new church. For many people this would set them at ease and without sounding to blunt - I believe that few people would respond negatively to an elderly woman with a gift standing on their front porch the way they might to a younger person. I find this to be a very good idea, and great opportunity for community involvement and for evangelism.
Chapter 5 The Serious Side of Senior Adult Ministry
There is a story on page 124 about a senior who was unsatisfied with the care of one church who had moved on to another. In the story the pastor of the first church refers to the elderly man as a "crybaby". This story struck me perhaps more than anything else in this book. It did not strike me because the story is particularly well told; in fact it is not well told at all. It did not strike me because the picture of the elderly man is of a suffering man and the picture drawn of his pastor is of an insensitive brute. Instead I was drawn to this story because of something I learned long ago in my first ever psychology course. What I learned back then was this quote, "the things that drive us crazy about people, are the very things that are keeping them sane". The reality is that people employ all kinds of coping mechanisms and the more quirks we find in them, the more traumas they have most likely experienced. Whether the man in the story or whether the pastor in the story are actual people or whether this story describes a historical event is unimportant to me. What is important is the idea that the Church has been called to care especially for the outcasts of society. In a world of ever increasing selfishness, our seniors are quickly becoming a mission ground and a place for the Church to minister. God has given us a gift and we need to be taking advantage of that.

5-0 out of 5 stars Equip your Church Today to Reach Tomorrow
Dr. Gallagher knows about what he writes about!Dr. Gallagher is a long-time Christian Education expert who has, in his later years of ministry, addressed the key need of Senior Adults.

Dr. Gallagher works in a church that reaches his target population in an effective way.Learning how to reach this target group "step by step" is exactly what this book teaches.

Demographic studies suggest that the "age wave" is something that will become a larger and larger aspect of local church ministry.Dr. Gallagher helps us catch that wave right now!

4-0 out of 5 stars Clear and Consise
This is a great book. Clear and consise.It gives wonderful ideas about how to do what many other just talk about.

5-0 out of 5 stars WELL WRITTEN AND PRACTICAL!
This is a very well written book by a pastor with a strong ministry to senior adults.

I especially like it because it is full of practical and helpful ideas.

Dr. Dave gives great insight into all areas of ministry.

I highly recommend this book! ... Read more

9. The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction : November 1983 Volume 65 No. 5 Whole Number 390 Including Venture Science Fiction
by Joseph W. (Ed.); Ian Watson; David Weiner; Stephen Gallagher; M. Coleman Ferman
 Paperback: Pages (1983)

Asin: B003TXV3DS
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10. Blood on the Reik: A Journey Through the Old World
by David Gallagher
Paperback: 144 Pages (2005-03-01)
list price: US$29.99 -- used & new: US$49.99
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Asin: 1844160971
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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An artbook packed with David Gallagher's concept sketches of the many denizens of the Warhammer Online RPG, demonstrating how they were used in the realization of the game.Warhammer Online is a new massively multiplayer online game set against the backdrop of Games Workshop's grim and gritty Warhammer fantasy world. Within the game, players take on the roles of desperate outlaws and mercenary adventurers, struggling to survive in a perilous world and against the ever-present corruption of Chaos. Alongside thousands of other players, immerse yourself in a massive world and explore, fight, trade and die, as you drag yourself from the gutter and build your reputation as a deadly warrior, dark magician or cunning and treacherous rogue. ... Read more

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2-0 out of 5 stars Failed not by its vision but by its visage.
Dark, mature, gritty, desperate, sinister, Machiavellian, detailed. All of these words do not describe Blood on the Reik. They do however apply to the world that we were told Blood on the Reik would reveal to us: the world of Warhammer Fantasy. Many of us who are aware of this setting with its rabid fans spread throughoutEurope, its dozens of well written novels, its own miniature based fantastically popular war game, and its unique but recognizable world have long searched for a way to introduce our friends to the setting. We have searched for a way to grant them, with but a glance, the same fascination that we have.

Blood on the Reik promised to give us this. It is surely cleverly conceived. It was pitched as a work that will give us the sweeping visuals that have so inspired fans of the Warhammer world, focused on the largest nation of humanity, the glorious Empire. Blood on the Reik is presented not as a work of fiction but as work that might be found within the world of Warhammer. Reik's exterior appears as if it was a folio produced in the halls of Altdorf, capital city of the Empire.Every facet of its exterior oozes the setting. From the exterior inscriptions, comments from the "author" and its claim of having "12 Color Plates and 260 Representations this work is, one the surface, an immersive experience.

Presented as a work by Altdorf resident Tobias Helmgart, an author and traveler who compiled this book during his crossings and experiences throughout the Old World, Blood on the Reik fails to live up to its exterior. This is principally due to the artwork of John Blanche.The aforementioned color "plates" (an anachronistic term for full-color photo) are all his work and are truly vile to behold. The sketches are done, alternatively, by Blanche and long-time Games-Workshop artist David Gallagher. Where we have Gallagher (who to be fair comprises most of them) we have success, where we find Blanche's drawings we find little more than the etchings you might expect on a cave man's wall.

The text, what little there is does pass muster and should be applauded save for the fact that there isn't enough of it.

It's a shame that for many months this was the sole art-book for the Warhammer Fantasy world. Thankfully the recently released Darkness Rising: A Complete History of the Storm of Chaos learned from the mistakes of Blood on the Reik. It has the flavor, the immersive setting, detail, and beautiful artwork. Unless you are a true collector buy it and not this.,

3-0 out of 5 stars Art book for a cancelled game
I'm not sure about the quality of the art book, but the online game was cancelled. The link provided above goes to a page providing that information. The art book, then, is an interesting curio, an "almost was" snapshot of a game killed due to publisher disinterest. ... Read more

11. Warhammer Battle Book (Warhammer Fantasy) (Italian Edition)
by Rick Priestley
 Paperback: 152 Pages (1996-10-01)

Isbn: 186989393X
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12. Thomas Aquinas and His Legacy (Studies in Philosophy and the History of Philosophy)
 Hardcover: 230 Pages (1994-04)
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Isbn: 0813207908
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The ten essays in this collection approach the philosophy of Thomas Aquinas, not merely as an object of scholarly interest, but also as a framework for addressing perennial philosophical questions. The first five articles are expositions of important philosophical themes, as developed in Aquinas's own works. In the last five, Aquinas's thought is brought to bear on contemporary philosophical discussions of metaphysical, ethical and social issues. In the first essay, Kenneth L. Schmitz explores the centrality of "esse" in Aquinas's thought and chronicles the changing currents in its study over the course of this century. Next, Jorge J.E. Gracia describes Aquinas's distinctive solution to the old problem of the ontological status of universals. Turning to ethical themes, David M. Gallagher outlines the precise nature of moral goodness and how Aquinas relates it to his larger metaphysical understanding of the good. Gregory Martin Reichberg takes up the more specific issues of the possibility and nature of moral responsibility within the activity of theoretical or speculative thought. In the final essay of the first part, Edward P.Mahoney examines Aquinas's arguments against Averroes's doctrine of the unity of the intellect in order to show the consistency of Aquinas's teaching. In the second set of articles, Oliva Blanchette contrasts Aquinas's notion of perfection with that of Charles Hartshorne, demonstrating how Hartshorne arrives at his particular understanding of the divine perfection. Alejandro Llano argues that the understanding of possibility, employed by Jaako Hintikka and Simo Knuuttila, is much narrower than Aquinas's analogical understanding, and that consequently they do not distinguish between logical and ontological possibilities. Turning to political philosophy, John P. Hittinger examines Yves Simon's and Jacques Maritain's Thomistically-inspired arguments for the desirability of modern liberal democracies, while questioning their consistency with Thomas's own political thought. Arguments which would have a direct bearing on questions in medical ethics are examined in William A. Wallace's essay, in which he appeals to principles of Thomistic natural philosophy to argue that personal death may well precede the biological death of the human body.In the final article, Stephen Brown shows how Henry of Ghent rejected Thomas Aquinas's understanding of theology's relationship to all lower sciences. ... Read more

13. Warhammer 40, 000 Codex (German Edition)
by Jervis Johnson, Gavin Thorpe, G. Thorpe
 Paperback: 48 Pages (1998-10-31)

Isbn: 1869893425
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14. Abandon: Love and Communism in Central Asia
by David Gallagher
Paperback: 120 Pages (2002-03-07)
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Asin: 0595218687
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Kyrgyzstan is a land of glaring contrasts.Its rich history tells both of nomads on the ancient Silk Road and laborers in the Soviet Union.This fictional account written by a former Kyrgyzstan Peace Corps volunteer tells of the history and traditions of this exotic land, and how they affect the forbidden love of two Kyrgyz people. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Oustanding!!
This is a griping story from a part of the world that thus far has been overlooked.Not only is the story great but you also get a chance to learn about this fascinating part of the world. ... Read more

15. Warhammer 40, 000 Codex: Dark Angels (Warhammer 40, 000 Codex)
by Jervis Johnson
 Paperback: 24 Pages (1999-05-04)

Isbn: 1869893689
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16. Cape Cod's big wind. (Currents).(wind park proposal draws criticism)(Brief Article): An article from: E
by David Gallagher
 Digital: 2 Pages (2002-03-01)
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This digital document is an article from E, published by Earth Action Network, Inc. on March 1, 2002. The length of the article is 427 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.

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Title: Cape Cod's big wind. (Currents).(wind park proposal draws criticism)(Brief Article)
Author: David Gallagher
Publication: E (Magazine/Journal)
Date: March 1, 2002
Publisher: Earth Action Network, Inc.
Volume: 13Issue: 2Page: 22(1)

Article Type: Brief Article

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17. An Introduction to Fantasy Wargames (The hobby series)
by Rick Priestley
 Paperback: 80 Pages (2001-08-30)
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Asin: 1872372333
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18. Warhammer Fantasy Battle (Warhammer 40, 000 Codex)
by Andy Chambers
 Hardcover: 48 Pages (1998-10-12)

Isbn: 1869893298
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars A nice alternative to the new rules
Gamesworkshop is notorious for revamping their product lines every year to sell more figures and more books. The end result is lots of conflicting and confusing rules, and a large dent in your pocket book if you try to keep up. This hardbound book is one of the original versions of the game and offers a great alternative to shelling out more cash for an updated game that really doesn't get any better. The color photos are enough to make you drool over the table top battles, and there is enough in this one single book for anyone to get started with the hobby. Yes, the rules are complex and the game requires hours of rules delving, setup and play time. But has this changed with new versions of WFB? This book allows you to at least disregard the more complex rules, or not, and play YOUR level of detail. Also, the magic system is far less "game deciding" in this version, and heroes don't rule the entire board.

I recommend this to either nostalgic gamers, like myself, or someone who wants to dabble in the hobby just to see what it's all about.

3-0 out of 5 stars AAAaarrrggg
This is one of the many editions of Games Workshop's Warhammer Fantasy Battle. It features color art and photographs. All the rules you need to play are included in a single book. ... Read more

19. Warhammer 40, 000 Codex (Italian Edition)
by Jervis Johnson, Gavin Thorpe
 Paperback: 48 Pages (1998-11-09)
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Asin: 1869893433
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20. Warhammer 40, 000 Codex (German Edition)
by Gavin Thorpe
Paperback: 24 Pages (1998-11-01)

Isbn: 1869893476
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