Phoenix Rising

The Rise and Fall of the American Republic

Author: Donald G. Lett Jr

Publisher: Phoenix Rising

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 600

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In an age when the supply of gasoline to feed this modern American society has become both more expensive and more scarce questions are being pondered. Inquires like, How can a modern society scale back its dependence on gasoline as a motive source?' Are there genuine alternative power sources?' Are they the answer to a growing crisis?' Recent announcements of hybrids like those from Honda, Toyota, and Ford have really brought attention to this issue. Hybrids that use both gasoline engines and electric motors. Really, though, alternative power sources have been around for as long as the automobile has been. The battle between and among the steam car, the electric and the gas car was fought out in the first couple of decades of the twentieth century. This book explores the ins and outs of that battle. A struggle from which the gasoline car emerged completely victorious. To such an extent that steam cars and electric cars virtually disappeared from the scene for many decades. We will look over all three alternatives, exploring their advantages and disadvantages. We will also look over the obstacles to the steamers and the electrics. Barriers that still exist to a certain extent. Handicaps that caused their disappearance in the first place.

Phoenix Rising

Author: Felon Smith

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 24

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This book is about overcoming the struggles that we all face in our lifetime with people, places, and things. Life can be very difficult yet also very beautiful. I feel we can let people or circumstances in life make us someone we are not. The pain, betrayal, lies, jealousy, and deceit we sometimes face can be Gods way of redirecting you to the bigger picture he has for your life and to the hidden strength and potential we all have inside of us. We all must find our purpose in life and let no love or hate deter us from that path. So like the phoenix, we must die to our old self so that we can be reborn as our higher and stronger self through lifes hardships, which can feel like a fire that we are walking through. The experience makes us have more strength, energy, and love. It brings a greater appreciation for life. It gives us faith to know that the things we dont understand today will make perfect sense tomorrow and will be crystal clear. We must have faith and use the trials we have gone through to understand that things will get better for us, and we will all eventually rise from the ashes to become new again.

Phoenix Rising

Author: Karen Hesse

Publisher: Henry Holt and Company (BYR)

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 192

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Nyle's life with her grandmother on their Vermont sheep farm advances rhythmically through the seasons until the night of the accident at the Cookshire nuclear power plant. Without warning, Nyle's modest world fills with protective masks, evacuations, contaminated food, disruptions, and mistrust. Nyle adjusts to the changes. As long as the fallout continues blowing to the East, Nyle, Gran, and the farm can go on. But into this uncertain haven stumble Ezra Trent and his mother, "refugees" from the heart of the accident, who take temporary shelter in the back bedroom of Nyle's house. The back bedroom is the dying room: It took her mother when Nyle was six; it stole away her grandfather just two years ago. Now Ezra is back there and Nyle doesn't want to open her heart to him. Too many times she's let people in, only to have them desert her. Karen Hesse's voice and vision are grounded in truth; she takes on a nearly unharnessable subject, contains it, and makes it resonate with honesty. Part love story, part coming of age, Phoenix Rising is a tour de force by a gifted writer.

Phoenix Rising

Author: John J. Nance

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 384

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A female investment banker starts up a visionary airline, taking on Wall Street, the airline industry, and an international terrorist syndicate in this electrifying thriller from New York Times–bestselling author John J. Nance The bed is so comfortable that Elizabeth Sterling sleeps through her alarm, high above the Pacific, reveling in the comforts of the most luxurious airliner ever built. It’s the flagship of the newly revived Pan Am, the most audacious experiment in aviation history. The airline’s backers believe they can redefine commercial air travel by providing luxury at forty thousand feet—and they need Sterling to get them off the ground. A Wall Street titan with a love of flying, Sterling is up to the challenge. But when the venture comes under attack by its lenders, competitors, and a shadowy cabal of international terrorists, she needs more than a new business strategy. With help from chief pilot Brian Murphy and investigator Creighton MacRae, Sterling masterminds a risky plan to defeat the sinister forces that are sabotaging her new airline and threatening her life.

Phoenix Rising

No-Eyes' Vision of the Changes to Come

Author: Mary Summer Rain

Publisher: Hampton Roads Publishing Company Incorporated

ISBN:

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 174

View: 153

Mary Summer Rain's relationship with the old and wise Indian shaman No-Eyes, introduced in Spirit Song, continues, as she reveals to Mary her compelling visions of the future. From the setting in the simple mountain cabin, No-Eyes takes her on a sometimes frightening journey through time, viewing the upheavals to come through a unique perspective, on timeless paths that few have ever traveled. Second in a celebrated and best-selling series, which includes Spirit Song, Dreamwalker, Phantoms Afoot, Daybreak, Soul Sounds, Mountains, Meadows, and Moonbeams(Young Spirit), and Whispered Wisdom, Phoenix Rising gives the reader an understanding of the relationship between the Earth Mother and the creatures who inhabit her domain. It's a book that is already a classic for its philosophical insight and the powerful lyricism of the author's portrayal of the beautiful mountains of Colorado. And, as always, the unique relationship between teacher and student is delightfully rendered.

A Phoenix Rising and Other Gay Plays

Author: Hiram Ed Taylor

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 277

View: 656

A PHOENIX RISING is a play written in 1987 about a fictional Broadway director dealing with his lovers death, his own illness and his up and down career while writing his autobiography. He must confront his past to find courage for his future. MEMBERS is a Bultman Playwriting Award winner from 1972 about four college Freshmen dealing with their homosexuality. Finally, MAN OF MY DREAMS is the Los Angeles hit comedy about three gay teachers on vacation in Orange Beach, Alabama. When one discovers his best friend having sex with his lover all hell breaks loose.

Phoenix Rising

Author: Sheila Dunn

Publisher: Dorrance Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Poetry

Page: 44

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Phoenix Rising by Sheila Dunn Souls come together Thoughts well met Dreams are for the better Hopes are for the best Phoenix Rising was written to get a rise in emotion from all who read it. Whether the emotion is sadness, happiness, fear, or exultation, the rise will be there just like the phoenix rises. Dreams cause a rise in passion, lessons a rise in knowledge. Each person will get a rise in some sort of emotion. Make it like a Phoenix Rising.

Phoenix Rising

Stories of Remarkable Women Walking Through Fire

Author: Kristen Moeller

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Nature

Page: 172

View: 210

How do you go on after you’ve lost everything? True stories of surviving the Colorado wildfires and finding hope for the future. Over several terrifying summers, deadly wildfires raged across Colorado. Lives were lost, and the flames destroyed thousands of homes. When the smoke cleared and only rubble remained, survivors were left trying to find a way forward against devastating loss. The aftermath of that destruction would span many years, and its effects are still felt today. In Phoenix Rising, twenty women share their stories of fire, the terror they felt as flames engulfed their communities, and the dark desperation that followed. And how—in the ensuing weeks and months—they worked to recreate a life from the ashes. Their tales of fear and bravery, of deep compassion and heart-rending grief, offer an uplifting chronicle of human courage and resilience. “[A] gem of a book . . . When it comes to withstanding and making meaning of the most painful twists of this mysterious life, or enjoying its surprising rewards, nothing compares to the company of other women and their stories.” —Megan Feldman Bettencourt, author of Triumph of the Heart: Forgiveness in an Unforgiving World

Phoenix Rising

Author: Hank

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 206

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The phoenix rising

Author: Jean Evans

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 205

View: 136

Based on the life of Charles II.