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By Any Means Necessary

By Any Means Necessary

  • Author: Malcolm X
  • Publisher: Pathfinder Press
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Literary Collections
  • Page: 191
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"Readers will follow the evolution of Malcolm's views on building political alliances, Black-white intermarriage, women's rights, capitalism and socialism and self-defense against racist terror gangs--all in his own words."--Back cover.

By Any Means Necessary

By Any Means Necessary

  • Author: Candice Montgomery
  • Publisher: Page Street Kids
  • ISBN: 162414800X
  • Category: Young Adult Fiction
  • Page: 320
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By Any Means

By Any Means

  • Author: Author Marvlous
  • Publisher: Marvlous
  • ISBN: 1438250207
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: 280
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By Any Means is an excellent work of fiction that takes you on an emotional roller coaster of the so called "street hustler". Two people bounded by loyalty, but divided by blood, form a formidable team that is a force to be reckoned with.

By Any Means

By Any Means

  • Author: Ben Sanders
  • Publisher: Zondervan
  • ISBN: 1743095244
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: 432
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The second novel from emerging talent, Ben Sanders, sees Detective Sergeant Sean Devereaux and private investigator John Hale at odds once again with Auckland city's criminal underbelly. '... a triumph of gritty, page-turning, good old crime writing ...' M2 MAGAZINE Friday rush hour, Auckland city. A lone shooter fires across a packed street and kills a man. Detective Sergeant Sean Devereaux is assigned the case. He's not complaining-his Friday nights are seldom better spent.But the inquiry is not straightforward. Witness accounts are conflicting. the dead man appears to be an unintended victim, with the true target unknown. that's the least of Devereaux's worries, though. His current case load includes an investigation into the deaths of the wife and daughter of a wealthy finance company director. His examination has revealed the situation is far more complex than anticipated, casting real doubt upon the division of innocence and guilt. Devereaux's former colleague, John Hale, is in no position to help. Hale is occupied with his own pursuit of darkness, made all the more sinister by a dogged senior police officer determined to engineer his ruin. together the two men hunt for the truth from those who pursue self-gain by any means.

By Any Means

By Any Means

His Brand New Adventure From Wicklow to Wollongong

  • Author: Charley Boorman
  • Publisher: Hachette UK
  • ISBN: 0748111050
  • Category: Travel
  • Page: 352
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Four million captivated viewers watched Charley Boorman complete his last adventure - LONG WAY DOWN - which took him from John O'Groats to Cape Town. Along with Ewan McGregor he achieved not only this amazing feat, but also circumnavigated the globe on the LONG WAY ROUND. In between these two incredible journeys, he found the time to compete in the Dakar Rally, telling his story in his bestselling book RACE TO DAKAR. Charley's passion for travel and adventure continues in his new challenge - BY ANY MEANS. Travelling from his home town in Co Wicklow all the way to Sydney, he will use any means he can to reach his destination, via transport as diverse as steam train, horse, boat, kayak, truck, and tuk-tuk. And of course his beloved motorbike! Whether crossing the Black Sea, trekking through Tibet, riding an elephant in India or hiking through the forests of Papua New Guinea, this will be a unique opportunity to meet fascinating people and explore extraordinary places. With trademark enthusiasm, dedication and good humour, Charley's new trip is set to be his most challenging yet.

By Any Means

By Any Means

  • Author: Chris Culver
  • Publisher: Hachette UK
  • ISBN: 1455525995
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: 416
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In this "smart and compelling crime novel," Muslim-American detective Ash Rashid is forced to confront a mastermind with a bloody vendetta -- and track down an abducted witness before it's too late (Jeff Abbott). Ash Rashid thought his days as a homicide detective were over. Now, with the police force's community relations department, he gives speeches at elementary schools instead of tracking criminals. But when he discovers two dead bodies during his evening commute, Ash finds himself back on active duty. As he races to identify the victims and track down an abducted witness, Ash realizes that nothing is what it seems. Every clue -- every suspect -- leads to new questions and new threats. Ash's quest for the truth soon leads him into the dark mind of a master criminal, and Ash has sacrificed too much to back down . . .

By Any Means Necessary

By Any Means Necessary

My Personal Struggles with Good and Evil

  • Author: Emivita
  • Publisher: iUniverse
  • ISBN: 1491722851
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Page: 440
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Everyone has a story. Some of these stories are good, some are bad, some are memorable, and some are best left forgotten. In By Any Means Necessary: My Personal Struggles with Good and Evil, Emivita—a baby born in Europe to Italian parents, a child who moved to America, and a woman who struggled to build a better life in her adopted country—shares a lifetime of her stories. She shares the confusion of beginning a new life in a new land, the thrill of first love, the pain of abuse at her mother’s hands, her fascination with testing traditional gender roles, vacations, college, lifelong battles with violent impulses against herself and others, a complicated marriage, motherhood, depression, and more. Emivita’s life has been one of struggle, pain, and growth, and her only concern is the footprint she leaves behind. But through it all, she has always felt deep compassion for animals. She cares about how her actions will impact the future of both man- and animal-kind alike. A vocal advocate for animal rights and welfare, she works to enhance our understanding of compassionate care for the creatures in our lives. Hers is a very human life lived By Any Means Necessary, and her story is still being written.

Freedom by Any Means

Freedom by Any Means

Con Games, Voodoo Schemes, True Love and Lawsuits on the Underground Railroad

  • Author: Betty DeRamus
  • Publisher: Simon and Schuster
  • ISBN: 1439156484
  • Category: History
  • Page: 320
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In this powerful follow-up to her Essence bestseller Forbidden Fruit, Betty DeRamus explores the ingenious ways slaves wrestled freedom for themselves and their loved ones. In Forbidden Fruit DeRamus told the real-life love stories of enslaved African Americans whose relationships with each other and whites flourished in spite of the horrendous circumstances of the antebellum period. With the same lyrical style and attention to detail, Freedom By Any Means explains how African Americans resorted to using extraordinary methods to maintain their seemingly impossible personal relationships during this time of terror. Besides the tactics of running away together or raising money to buy their freedom, loved ones filed successful lawsuits, became military spies or counterspies, and used rumors of voodoo to create bluffs and tricks. Riveting and surprising, Betty DeRamus captures the tumultuous lives of the humans in inhumane situations who were able to salvage their families and marriages and achieve freedom together in spite of tremendous odds. Freedom By Any Means also features the return of many of the beloved figures from her previous book Forbidden Fruit, including Lucy Nichols, Al and Margaret Wood, and Sylvia and Louis Stark. This inspiring account steeped in rich historical research attests to the resolve of the human spirit and is a welcome addition to the library of American historical texts on this period.

Escape by any means possible...

Escape by any means possible...

  • Author: Pierre Gabus,Romuald Reutimann
  • Publisher: Humanoids Inc
  • ISBN: 1594655294
  • Category: Comics & Graphic Novels
  • Page: 33
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A unique and addictive anthropomorphic mystery with an intricate plot and a fantastic cast of characters.

Not a Child by Any Means

Not a Child by Any Means

The Secret Pain of Infertility

  • Author: Tim Oluminu
  • Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
  • ISBN: 1477142843
  • Category: Family & Relationships
  • Page: 140
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ABOUT THE BOOK The aim of this book is to share our experience and also encourage all couples who are still faithfully waiting on God for the gift of the fruit of the womb by encouraging them to continue to rely completely on God who is able to give joy and bring them (children), at a time when His name alone will be glorified. The author expresses the uneasiness and seriousness of childlessness, especially when you have given your life and your all to and have accepted Jesus as your Lord and Savior. There is no way there would not be some kind of decline from "faith" to doubt; and, from doubt to giving up completely. The encouragement that this book gives is that God is able, and abundantly able to do exceedingly above our imagination and thinking. This is the crux of the matter, especially to those who are believers in Christ. Faith in Jesus Christ is the ultimate as touching our expectation and contemplation. In Genesis Chapter One, God created the earth and all the things thereof [including human beings] and He was delighted in the work of His hands. Consequently, He pronounced the blessing of fruitfulness. However, despite this God people like Abraham and Sarah, Hannah and Elizabeth at one time or the other experiences delay in having children. However, history has shown that God allowed their delays for different reasons. We knew, for example, that in the Book of 1st Samuel, God allowed Hannah to pass through a period of delay before giving her baby Samuel. In fact, He allowed her to be subjected to ridicule by her mate Peninnah. But what we often fail to understand was the fact that while Hannah was passing through her childless period, God was at the same time giving the family of Prophet Eli time to amend their ways and repent and at the same time He was also watching to see whether Hannah will continue to be faithful in her coming for the yearly pilgrim to Shiloh to offer sacrifice despite her unanswered prayers and humiliations from her rival. He was observing whether because she had not seen any result from her previous comings to Shiloh, she will be discouraged and refuse to attend. In addition to the above, may be in God's judgment, the Israelites were not yet ready to receive another prophet that would change the course of their nation. But when the time for all these came and the cup of the family of Eli was full, He sent Samuel to Hannah. One can, therefore, infer that Hannah's period of delay serves as a way of filling a vacuum that existed as a result of God giving room for Eli and his sons to repent from their sinful activities. Also in a reverse of fortune, when Samuel was eventually released to Hannah and he became the prophet at Shiloh, in place of Eli and his children; part of the people who might have been coming to him at Shiloh with their sacrifices and for consultations were Elikanah, Peninnah and her children. Maybe this door of opportunity might not have open for Hannah and her son if Samuel had been born earlier. In the New Testaments, God allowed Elizabeth to experience delay and shame before He gave her John the Baptist. God must have looked at the continued faithful service of Zachariah, Elizabeth's husband, as priests despite the fact that his wife was not only barren but she had one with trumpet. The fact that the angel of God met Zachariah while he was performing his priestly duty is an indication that he did not allow his personal family challenge to hinder his services to God. The fact that the angel of God linked the birth of John the Baptist with the coming of Jesus Christ [see Luke 1: 17] can be taken as a pointer to the fact that God allowed the delay of childbearing in the life of Zachariah and Elizabeth because He knew that the time was not yet ripe for the birth and manifestation of Jesus Christ on earth. But at