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Author: VIckie McDonough; Kelly Eileen Hake; Therese Stenzel; Linda Goodnight
Publisher: Ulrichsville, OH : Barbour Publishing, ©2008.
ISBNISSN: 9781602601192, 1602601194
Genre: Romance fiction, Fiction
Notes: 285 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 21 cm
Responsibility: A bride by Christmas : four stories of expedient marriage on the Great Plains
Other titles: Irish bride by Christmas
Little Dutch bride
English bride
Cossack bride

An Irish bride for Christmas / by Vickie McDonough --
Little Dutch bride / by Kelly Eileen Hake --
An English bride goes West / by Therese Stenzel --
The Cossack bride / by Linda Goodnight.

Volume 1List of MapsList of TablesPrefaceIntroduction1. Afroasiatic LanguagesSemitic LanguagesAncient and MedievalEast Semitic1. Akkadian and Amorite Phonology - Giorgio Buccellati2. Eblaite Phonology - Cyrus H. GordonCentral Semitic3. Ugaritic Phonology - Cyrus H. GordonNorthwest Semitic4. Phoenician and Punic Phonology - Stanislav Segert5. Ancient Hebrew Phonology - Gary A. Rendsburg6. Tiberian Hebrew Phonology - Geoffrey Khan7. Jewish Palestinian Aramaic Phonology - Geoffrey Khan8. Old Aramaic Phonology - Stanislav Segert9. Classical Syriac Phonology - Peter T. Daniels10. Modern and Classical Mandaic Phonology - Joseph L. MaloneSouth Semitic11. Old South Arabian Phonology - Gene Gragg12. Ge'ez Phonology - Gene GraggModern Central Semitic13. Arabic Phonology - Alan S. Kaye14. Moroccan Arabic Phonology - Jeffrey Heath15. Cypriot Arabic Phonology - Alexander Borg16. Maltese Phonology - Alexander BorgNorthwest Semitic17. Israeli Hebrew Phonology - Shmuel Bolozky18. Modern Aramaic Phonology - Robert D. HobermanSouth Semitic19. La phonologie des langues sudarabiques modernes - Antoine Lonnet et Marie-Claude Simeone-Senelle20. Chaha (Gurage) Phonology - Wolf Leslau21. Amharic Phonology - Wolf LeslauEgyptian Sub-branch22. Egyptian and Coptic Phonology - Antonio LoprienoBerber Languages23. Berber Phonology - Maarten G. Kossman and Harry J. StroomerCushitic Languages24. Awngi Phonology - Robert Hetzron25. Oromo Phonology - Maria-Rosa Lloret26. Somali Phonology - Annarita PuglielliChadic Languages27. Hausa Phonology - Paul NewmanVolume 22. Indo-European LanguagesAncient and MedievalAnatolian Languages28 Hittite Phonology - H. Craig MelchertIranian Languages29. Old Persian and Avestan Phonology - David Testen30. Pahlavi Phonology - Dieter WeberModern Indo-Aryan Languages31. Hindi-Urdu Phonology - Alan S. Kaye32. Gujarati Phonology - P. J. MistryIranian Languages33. Persian Phonology - Gernot L. Windfuhr34. Kurdish Phonology - Ernest N. McCarus35. Ossetic Phonology - David Testen36. Pashto Phonology - Josef Elfenbein37. Balochi Phonology - Josef ElfenbeinArmenian Sub-branch38. Armenian Phonology - John A.C. Greppin3. Dravidian Languages39. Brahui Phonology - Josef Elfenbein4. Nilo-Saharan Languages40. Nilo-Saharan Phonology - M. Lionel Bender5. Niger-Congo Languages41. Swahili Phonology - Ellen Contini-Morava42. Sango Phonology - James A. Walker and William J. Samarin6. Altaic LanguagesTurkic Languages43. Turkish Phonology - Bernard Comrie44. Tatar (Volga Tatar, Kazan Tatar) Phonology - Bernard Comrie45. Uyghur Phonology - Bernard Comrie7. Caucasian Languages46. Georgian Phonology - Howard I. Aronson47. Chechen Phonology - Johanna Nichols48. Lak Phonology - Gregory D. S. Anderson8. Unaffiliated Languages (Language Isolates)49. Sumerian Phonology - John Hayes50. Burushaski Phonology - Gregory D. S. Anderson Introduction PART ONE 1 Why make compost? 2 How does it work? 3 Making successful compost 4 Choosing the right composting system 5 Composting with worms 6 Using your compost 7 Community composting PART TWO8 A-Z Guide PART THREE9 Composting food waste on a large scale 10 Composting in schools Resources "Master writing skills and be prepared for the state tests!"--Cover. Undertaking a building or renovation project can be a bit daunting. But with this book you will be in control at all times, confident in your decision making, and sure of getting the job done on time and to a high standard. Includes index. Introduction; About the author; 1. Getting started; 2. Know your requirements; 3. Contacting contractors; 4. Establishing credibility; 5. Obtaining and agreeing quotes; 6. Starting the work; 7. Financial arrangements; 8. Operation and maintenance manuals; 9. Good working relations; 10. Record-keeping; 11. Professional and site teams; Index Previous edition: published as Getting the builders in. 2008.
Includes index. A treasure bewitched --
Outlaw gold on the San Gabriel --
Comanche jewels --
Seven haunted jack loads --
The golden hoard of Joseph Simpkins --
The gold of the besieged --
The golden calf --
A ball of silver --
Blood money on the South Plains --
The Santiago Peak cache --
Where I dug for buried treasure. From the team's meager beginning as the Dallas Texans in the fledgling American Football League in the sixties, through the ups and downs of the seventies and eighties, to the rebirth of their winning ways in the nineties, Warpaths: The Illustrated History of the Kansas City Chiefs follows one of the NFL's most popular teams through victories, setbacks, and struggles for respect. Chapter 1 Impossible Dream: 1959-1960 1 --
Chapter 2 Deep in the Heart: 1960-1962 8 --
Chapter 3 Going to Kansas City: 1963-1968 16 --
Chapter 4 Champion Chiefs: 1969-1970 34 --
Chapter 5 A Team in Transition: 1970-1974 50 --
Chapter 6 The Dark Ages: 1975-1988 62 --
Chapter 7 Returning to Glory: 1989-1998 82 --
Chapter 8 Stram and Company: The Offense 114 --
Chapter 9 Linebacker Legacy: The Defense 133 --
Chapter 10 Supreme Specialists: Special Teams 154 --
Chapter 11 Wild West Shootouts: The Rivalries 164 --
Chapter 12 Assorted Characters: Personalities 176 --
Chiefs Hall of Fame 184 --
Records & Statistics 201. The Montana gold camps attracted thousands. But while many were miners and merchants, it was none-the-less a haven for gamblers, thieves, and murderous cutthroats as well. The leader of these evildoers was a soft-spoken, charming man named Henry Plummer. With a gift for organization and personality that appealed to men and women alike, Plummer got himself elected Sheriff and organized the outlaws into a band called the Innocents. Unabridged.
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