Meeting the Other Crowd

Author: Eddie Lenihan

Publisher: Penguin


Category: Fiction

Page: 352

View: 640

"The Other Crowd," "The Good People," "The Wee Folk," and "Them" are a few of the names given to the fairies by the people of Ireland. Honored for their gifts and feared for their wrath, the fairies remind us to respect the world we live in and the forces we cannot see. In these tales of fairy forts, fairy trees, ancient histories, and modern true-life encounters with The Other Crowd, Eddie Lenihan opens our eyes to this invisible world with the passion and bluntness of a seanchai, a true Irish storyteller.

The Other Crowd

Author: Alex Archer

Publisher: Gold Eagle


Category: Fiction

Page: 320

View: 289

In a remote part of Ireland, two archaeological teams dig for the find of a lifetime—the legendary Spear of Lugh. Folklore claims the magical weapon was forged in the time of the ancient Tuatha de Danaan. But as the search intensifies, people begin disappearing from the dig. "Faeries," whisper the locals. The Other Crowd… Instructed to travel to Ireland and return with faerie footage, archaeologist Annja Creed figures it's a joke assignment. But people have vanished and she soon realizes there's more in play than mythical wee folk. With the unsettling notion that something otherworldly is in the air, Annja is torn between her roles as an archaeologist and a warrior. But can her powerful sword protect her from the threat of violence…or the Other Crowd?

Meeting the Dead

A Novel

Author: Andrew Geyer

Publisher: UNM Press


Category: Fiction

Page: 203

View: 455

Drama rises with the floodwaters as two friends struggle with feuds and romantic entanglements on a plantation in northern Peru.

Meeting the Energy Challenge

A White Paper on Nuclear Power, January 2008

Author: Great Britain: Department for Business, Enterprise & Regulatory Reform

Publisher: The Stationery Office


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 186

View: 482

The May 2007 White Paper "Meeting the energy challenge: a white paper on energy" (Cm. 7124, ISBN 9780101712422) set out the Government's international and domestic strategy to address the two main challenges: tackling climate change by reducing carbon dioxide emissions; and ensuring clean and affordable energy as the country becomes increasingly dependent on imported fuel. An online consultation on nuclear power and the role of the private sector: was produced at the same time. This White Paper sets out the Government's decision taken in response to the consultation. The Government believes it is in the public interest that new nuclear power stations should have a role to play in the country's future energy mix alongside other low-carbon sources; that energy companies should have the option of investing in them; and that the Government should take active steps to open up the way to the construction of new nuclear power stations. It will be for the energy companies to fund, develop and build the new stations, including meeting the full costs of decommissioning and their full share of waste management costs. Section 1 summarises the consultation process. Section 2 addresses the key issues that arose from the consultation and how they have been taken into account in shaping policy and reaching conclusions. Section 3 outlines the facilitative actions the Government will take to reduce the regulatory and planning risks associated with investing in new nuclear power stations. Finally there are three annexes: alternatives to nuclear power; justification and strategic siting assessment processes; regulatory and advisory structure for nuclear power.

Senior High School Core Collection

A Selection Guide

Author: Raymond W. Barber

Publisher: H. W. Wilson


Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 1456

View: 647

- More than 6,500 books in the initial clothbound volume, plus more than 2,400 new titles in four annual supplements. - New coverage of biographies, art, sports, Islam and the Middle East, and cultural diversity. - Special focus on graphic novels, primary source materials, nonbook materials, and periodicals. - Analytic entries for items in collections and anthologies.

Meeting the Minotaur

Author: Carol Dawson

Publisher: Algonquin Books


Category: Fiction

Page: 250

View: 369

An audacious modern-day retelling of an ancient Greek myth. "A sinister, slapstick thriller."--USA Today; "An abundant feat of imagination deftly executed."--The Dallas Morning News; "An exhilarating, self-assured novel with brains, muscle, and an eccentric beauty that keeps catching us by surprise."--The Boston Globe; "Scenes that are as taut, gritty, and violent as those in the best noir thrillers."--Publishers Weekly.

The Private Investigator's Handbook

Author: Chuck Chambers

Publisher: Penguin


Category: Self-Help

Page: 280

View: 152

Drawing on his more than two decades of experiences, a private detective shares insider advice on how to catch a cheating spouse, uncover hidden assets and monetary fraud, use the Internet to gain information, trail a subject, protect one's privacy, uncover and preserve legal evidence, and more. Original.

The Great Crowd

A Love Story About a Large Urban Parish

Author: Michael J. Tan Creti

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation


Category: Religion

Page: 572

View: 976

The Great Crowd is a social history of All Saints Episcopal Church of Omaha, Nebraska. Founded in 1885, precisely at the moment when Omaha was experiencing a spurt of rapid grown, the parish has continued to succeed as a religious community deeply enmeshed in the life of the city. It was from the beginning a distinctly urban parish and, as change came for the city, underwent its changes, including a major relocation of its facility. It also found itself navigating the changes in national culture and in the character of the larger Episcopal Church. Curiously, very different rectors—eight in all, with different configurations of lay leadership drawn from across the city—responded to these successive waves of change, and yet, they held on the conviction that they had maintained the unique identity of the parish that they had inherited from those who had gone before them. They did so in no small part by telling their story. Drawing from the parish archives, including its vestry minutes, correspondence, and publications the author, himself one of the eight rectors, has taken up a critical retelling the story bring up to 9/11, 2001. These pages contain a strange tapestry of names and faces, from Omaha’s cowboy mayor to its storied lawyers and devout bus drivers who melded themselves in that strange unity called a parish. In the author’s telling, the story becomes a critical tool for understanding how a Christian community works and for providing a basis for a critical assessment of the purpose and meaning of religious community in American life.

Meeting Jesus in Mark

Conversations with scripture

Author: Marcus Borg

Publisher: SPCK


Category: Religion

Page: 160

View: 732

Marcus Borg is an internationally respected expert on the Gospels. Here he offers the fruit of a lifetime's research and reflection on the Gospel of Mark. This book is ideal both for new Christians and for those who would like a fresh perspective on Mark's portrait of Jesus. It includes thoughtful questions for group study or private reflection.

The Crowd

A Study of the Popular Mind

Author: Gustave Le Bon

Publisher: Courier Corporation


Category: Social Science

Page: 160

View: 964

One of the most influential books on social psychology ever written, brilliantly instructive in the general characteristics and mental unity of a crowd. A must-read for students, politicians, and investors.