Being a Collection of All the Important Cases (except Patent Cases) Decided in the State and Federal Courts of the United States ... on Subjects Relating to the Telegraph, the Telephone, Electric Light and Power, and Other Practical Uses of Electricity with Annotations
Abortion has been legal in American for well over four decades. During that time, nearly 60 million babies have been slaughtered. The church in America is always calling out for revival, but we believe we will not see revival until we first look after God's inheritance -- those pre-born babies who are not even given a chance to live. In All Hands on Deck: 4 Steps to End Abortion, we lay out a simple plan that, when executed, will finally put an end to abortion in a very short period of time. We pray that the church adopts this vision, because we need all hands on deck if we are going to win this fight.
'The story of Arthur Briscoe's life and work, including reproductions of all his etchings and dry-points, together with many of his oil and water-colour paintings, pages from his sketch books and several photographs, accompanied by comment on most of the pictures'. - In slip case.
The first Edition of the "Morris Dictionary of Word and Phrase Origins" detailed the fascinating and little known stories behind thousands of words and phrases that we use every day. In this new edition, William and Mary Morris update and expand their classic work to keep pace with our ever changing language. New entries include: "New trends"--crack, glitch, greenmail, Harrier attack airplanes "Foreign terms"--falafel, geisha, jihad, paparazzi "People"--batman, dead end kid, Dutch uncle, hatchet man, Young Turks "Given names"--Chester, Edith, Jennifer and others "Food"--Adam and Eve on a raft, alligator pear, grapefruit, Harriet Lane "Sports"--box score, cheese champions, full court press "and many more" Throughout the Morris' s present the histories of intriguing expressions in an eminently entertaining and readable fashion.