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In Case I Forget

Author : Patty Green
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In Case I Should Forget

Author : Brian Russell
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The detailed, almost cinematic prose crafts a vivid picture of these witty, glamorous and culturally significant experiences in show business which are at once touchingly funny and emotive

In Case I Forget to Tell You Later I Had a Really

Author : funny 2020 valentine day gift & love couple notebook
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Say Happy Valentines Day with this Valentines themed notebook photo album for your romantic moments. Write sweet-nothings to the one you love when you include this little treasure in your gift basket filled with champagne, chocolates and any other trinket you desire. This notebook is also a little treasure on its own. Each page has a heart with the words be mine printed in the lower right corner. Great for him or her/

SEX Positions for the Over 60 s my Notes in Case I Forget

Author : Robertson M K Shands
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Excellent 60th birthday gift for men or women sixty is a big number and celebration this is a handy pocket-size notebook to write down all things you may now forget at your age

Forget Me Not The Neuroethical Case Against Memory Manipulation

Author : Peter A. DePergola II
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The first philosophical monograph on the ethics of memory manipulation (MM), "Forget Me Not: The Neuroethical Case Against Memory Manipulation" contends that any attempt to directly and intentionally erase episodic memories poses a grave threat to the human condition that cannot be justified within a normative moral calculus. Grounding its thesis in four evidential effects – namely, (i) MM disintegrates autobiographical memory, (ii) the disintegration of autobiographical memory degenerates emotional rationality, (iii) the degeneration of emotional rationality decays narrative identity, and (iv) the decay of narrative identity disables one to seek, identify, and act on the good – DePergola argues that MM cannot be justified as a morally licit practice insofar as it disables one to seek, identify, and act on the good. A landmark achievement in the field of neuroethics, this book is a welcome addition to both the scholarly and professional community in philosophical and clinical bioethics.

Riding The Roller Coaster Lessons from financial market cycles we repeatedly forget

Author : Amit Trivedi
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Events spread over a period of five centuries and involving four continents; vehicles of investment or speculation ranging from equity to fixed income to derivatives to real estate to…hold your breath…tulip bulbs! The market prices of instruments fluctuate wildly during these events, giving rise to numerous theories on what could and should have been done to preempt them. But why do these events keep recurring from time to time? Is it possible to foretell such episodes? Can they really be preempted? When such market tsunamis occur, large and small investors, alike, burn their fingers. Governments and regulators try to intervene with measures that seem too little, too late. Great nations are brought to their knees while they seek out someone to blame in the aftermath. Against this backdrop, what should investors do? What are the lessons they can learn? A veritable page turner, Riding the roller coaster is packed with information and insights on the subject and yet extremely lucid to read. It talks to simple investors, narrating, cautioning and advising in its uniquely wise and witty tone. As a “seat-belt” for the next financial market roller-coaster ride, and all those that will follow, this book remains evergreen and begs revisiting from time to time to ensure that we refresh our memory of Lessons from financial market cycles we forget.

Forget Me Not

Author : Brenda Jackson
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Brenda Jackson welcomes you back to Catalina Cove, where love is waiting to be reclaimed… Ashley Ryan never doubted that her husband, Devon, was the love of her life. Even now, three years after Devon died in a car wreck while on a business trip, Ashley can’t bring herself to move on. But when her girlfriends surprise her with a getaway to beautiful Catalina Cove, Louisiana, she gets the shock of her life when she encounters a man—bearded, more rugged than before, but unmistakably her Devon. “Ray Sullivan” moved to this quiet coastal town after waking up in a hospital with amnesia. Haunted by a life he can’t remember, he’s built walls around his heart and a quiet life running boat tours—a life that includes no recollection of Ashley, a woman he suddenly finds himself irresistibly drawn to. Doctors warn Ashley of the danger in forcing her husband to remember the past. Though she longs to tell him the truth, she finds herself falling all over again for a man she knows may never truly come back to her. In this place where healing and second chances are just a heartbeat away, can love take root once more?

Canine Reproduction and Whelping

Author : Myra Savant-Harris
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The essential breeder's guide to canine reproduction problems, artificial insemination, diet, progesterone levels, C-sections, whelping help, removal of dew claws and much, much more. Whether you're a "first-timer" or an experienced breeder, you'll undoubtedly be able to learn something important from this book! If you've been having problems even getting a litter from that important bitch, you'll find some possible answers here. If you're just thinking about breeding your girl for the very first time, you'll want to read this book before you go any further. Down-to-earth and easy to understand!

Unwrapping Your Real Gift

Author : Rob McIntyre
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Brown paper has been used to package a multitude of things since the beginning of time it seems. Ever since I can remember, there have always been brown paper bags. Brown paper bags have been a source of fascination to me because there is a certain mystique about them. They beckon me to peek inside and discover the secret they hold. In my recollection, things that have been packaged in brown paper, more often than not have been beautiful or precious things. Unlike the modern, transparent and impersonal plastics of today, the good old-fashioned brown paper, tough and resilient, still remains the wrapping of choice when it comes to special gifts. We can, of course, dress the present up with coloured string and ribbons if we wish but, let's face it, when we are handed a gift, no matter what it is wrapped in, we just can't wait to find out what's inside, can we? This book, bound in brown paper, contains the greatest of all gifts. As you read the pages; as you discover what's inside; as the truth of the words begin to effect you... you will be led to an amazing revelation. The gift you are seeking is not in any of the chapters - is not on any of the pages. The gift is, in fact, you! Wow! What a promise! You are the gift - all bound up, just waiting to be to be unwrapped. Don't keep yourself from the rest of the world. Go and find out what is inside!

How Institutions Think

Author : Mary Douglas
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"Douglas forewarns us that institutions do not think independently, nor do they have purposes, nor do they build themselves. As we construct our institutions, we are squeezing each other's ideas into a common shape in order to prove their legitimacy by sheer numbers. She admonishes us not to take comfort in the thought that primitives may think through institutions, but moderns decide on important issues individually. Our legitimated institutions make major decisions, and these decisions always involve ethical principles."--Publisher description.

Forget Me Not

Author : Geoffrey Batchen
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'Forget Me Not' explores the relationship between photography and memory and shows how ordinary people have sought to strengthen the emotional appeal of photographs, primarily by embellishing them to create strange and often beautiful hybrid objects.

God Didn t Do It He Only Signed Off On It

Author : Christiana I. Chineme
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As humans, things happen to us sometimes that we cannot fully understand. We desire to explain them when from human perspective there's no explanation that really exists. Our perplexion at things of that nature are not just about when they happen to us but also the things we witness in the world around us. They oftentimes shake the foundations of our faith in God to the core. But as much as not knowing hurts, at no time should our reaction be to accuse God for things we don't understand. Rather, we should know that God is not always the architect of all our problems and that He might not always save us from people that live to harm us or bless us the way we want because we take a stand with Him. His promise however is one thing and that is that He'll work it all out for HIS OWN ENDS even the wicked for a day of disaster Proverbs 16:4b. However your pain occurred, God's declared intentions are that He'll use all of your problems any which way they present to work out His will for your life. The deaths of some of the people that went before us is proof that for reasons best known to Him, God at times chooses not to deliver people that take a stand with Him. And it's not because He hated such people but because of what He already planned to use the situation for.

The Soldier She Could Never Forget

Author : Tina Beckett
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Some things you never forget… Your first time. Your first love. Your first broken heart. Or, in Jessi Riley's case, all three combined in one…as Clinton Marks. Bad boy extraordinaire, Clint left town the night of Jessi's graduation, after sharing one unforgettable night together. Now, two decades later, he's back in her life as the military doctor looking after her daughter! As shared memories float to the surface, Jessi and Clint can no longer deny their longing for each other. Could it be that second time around, one night will become forever?

Don t Forget Your Umbrella

Author : Carlene Ness
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Walking Backward

Author : Catherine Austen
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When Josh's mother dies in a phobia-induced car crash, she leaves two questions for her grieving family: how did a snake get into her car and how do you mourn with no faith to guide you? Twelve-year-old Josh is left alone to find the answers. His father is building a time machine. His four-year-old brother's closest friend is a plastic Power Ranger. His psychiatrist offers nothing more than a blank journal and platitudes. Isolated by grief in a home where every day is pajama day, Josh makes death his research project. He tests the mourning practices of religions he doesn't believe in. He tries to mend his little brother's shattered heart. He observes, records and waits—for his life to feel normal, for his mother's death to make sense, for his father to come out of the basement. His observations, recorded in a series of journal entries, are funny, smart, insightful—and heartbreaking. His conclusions about the nature of love, loss, grief and the space-time continuum are nothing less than life-changing.

Alzheimer s What They Forget to Tell You

Author : Caron Leid
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Although more and more people are being affected by Alzheimer’s disease, there is not enough information surrounding the true daily struggle of the disease. Although parts of this story were extremely difficult to write, and worse to ensure that the moments were captured exactly as they were it really is a personal journey. This is a story to inspire people not to take any moment for granted. This disease does not only rob a person of their memory, it takes their dignity and independence with it. It is a story of testing someone’s resolve, and realizing that life is truly what you make of it. This story is dedicated to my mother, I love her and I know there are still pieces of her still with me, and that is what I hold on to. I wish I had the information in this book, when my mother was fi rst diagnosed with this horrible disease, but a long with my story, I have put in a lot of resources that are available to others. It also shows that even though you don’t think that you have strength, you fi nd a way and you don’t give up. I hope my story inspires you, and at least you can use something in this book, whether the disease affects someone you know, or for preventative care.

Never Forget

Author : Lisa Cutts
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Few kidnap victims grow up to become police officers - but this is exactly what Nina Foster did. Following a frenzied stabbing she is drafted into her first murder investigation. With former rescuer DCI Stan McGuire as her mentor and John ('Wingsy') Wing as her partner, she thrives on the pace and banter that go with the job. As the body count increases and the force's biggest-ever manhunt gets underway, Nina is determinded to find the murderer. But when the story of her own traumatic childhood comes to light - a past she's worked hard to hide - her role on the team is threatened. Suddenly her job, her peace of mind and her safety are all in danger. And this time DCI Stan McGuire won't be there to save her. Fast-paced, and with a shocking twist, this compelling crime debut by police insider Lisa Cutts takes us to the heart of the Major Incident Room - introducing a gutsy new heroine to the crime scene.

Forget Perfect

Author : Lisa Earle McLeod
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Millions of women across America have had it up to here with trying to have it all-while never finding the time to appreciate what is right in front of them. This engaging new book from a fresh new voice reminds women of the wonderful life choices they have already made, and helps them to figure out where they want to go from here. It offers all women, of all ages, a chance to rewrite their "to-do" list, and put themselves at the top. Forget Perfect is a smart and funny look at how trying to be perfect actually gets in the way of happiness, and how letting go of being perfect means raising standards to live life to the fullest and appreciate the things that really matter.

Lest I Forget

Author : Rafe Bates
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Lest I Forget could be described as a very different sort of memoir. Rafe Bates has lived a full, adventurous and varied life in widely divergent countries and circumstances and he brings his extraordinary experiences vividly to life in his straightforward, readable and intimate style so that the reader is able to share his understanding and experiences. The first section covers his childhood before (and into) the traumatic experiences as a boy in wartime southern England. Written with vividness and accuracy we learn of a youth obsessed with aircraft, watching his fighter-pilot friends and heroes fighting and dying to save their country in the Battle of Britain as seen from his front lawn in Sussex. He often went off on his bicycle to reach crashes before anyone else. This part is a penetrating and uniquely accurate account of the air war as observed by an independent and adventurous youngster who was in the thick of it. Partly to evade the risks of total war in which peaceable people were attacked, Rafe was taken on a six-week voyage to Cape Town. The journey was made at the height of the U-boat campaign to sink all shipping in the Atlantic, and the risk of being torpedoed that year was about 50%. His ability to survive eventually allowed him, after spells back in England, Switzerland and Ireland, to lead an enterprising and adventurous life as a ‘bushwacker’ farmer in the thriving former colony of Rhodesia, which leads him to make some forthright comments on the behaviour of successive British governments. Later, in South Africa, Rafe designed and built houses in the beautiful Drakensberg Mountains, before designing and building the remarkable ‘Batesmobile’ in which he won the incredibly tough long-distance mountain road race – the ‘Roof of Africa’. After this achievement he moved to Cape Town with his family, where he conceived and built the 16M aluminium alloy schooner ‘Long John Silver’ in which they sailed away from Africa for good. This period of his life changed when he sold his beloved yacht and engaged in forestry and other works in Scotland. Having exceeded retirement age, he eventually settled on one of the volcanic Azores islands in mid-Atlantic, where he now lives and writes and, as he says, ‘savours his memories’. Although this unique book relates the author’s adventures and enterprises, it is also a personal and candid account, laced with humour and sometimes with great sadness. Rafe’s deep instinctive affinity with our natural world, his life-long love of remote places and the logical conclusions he forms as a result of his wide experiences come through, and might be said to be the real strong point of Lest I Forget, which puts this work into a class of its own. You shouldn’t skim this book; read it carefully.

Refuse to Forget

Author : John Bishop
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In August 1914, the War Office dismissed Lady Hester Dunranald's offer to ‘do her bit.’ And if it hadn’t been for 14 year-old Harry Butler’s love of cars – and his desperation to ‘see action’ that made him lie about his age – at home she would have stayed.