Fluffy to Fit

Fluffy to Fit
Author: Clare Morrow
Publsiher: Independently Published
Total Pages: 0
Release: 2022-12-16
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 9798368043012

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Fluffy to Fit is a book by Clare Morrow IFBB (International Federation of Bodybuilding) Pro. What makes the information in this book unique is that the author didn't get started on her fitness journey until age 42. She received her pro card in the women's bikini division at age 45. Because the author is a nutritionist, along with a wellness and fitness coach, she understands and talks about the challenges many people face when it comes to maintaining a healthy diet and staying in shape as we age. The material in the book covers a wide range of subjects such as: how to meal prep for success how to choose a gym how to know how much to lift how hormone imbalances can affect fat loss how to calculate calories and macros Some helpful details in the book include, a macro cheat sheet, an example meal prep menu, healthy food swaps, and workout illustrations. This book is for anyone of any age that has the desire to take steps towards making changes to their health and fitness but has no idea where to start. The book also includes many of the author's real-life experiences. From her early years where she was raised on a farm in England, to more recently where she helps people learn about fat loss and strength training on her social media platforms. Fluffy to Fit takes you along on a funny and motivating fitness journey with the intent that you can do this too!


Author: Daniel Leidke
Publsiher: Covenant Books, Inc.
Total Pages: 362
Release: 2018-05-29
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781640036482

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An indestructible ship with unlimited power, able to travel anyplace in the universe instantly-a genetically constructed being paired with the most powerful computer in the universe were the only crew on the ship. The captain is sent to explore the universe, and on the first attempt, something goes terribly wrong. The adventures of Captain Fluffy begin with the impossible happening. He finds himself stranded at the edge of the universe, lost and with minimal abilities to navigate. To get home will take hundreds of years, and that is assuming nothing else goes wrong. A talk with the computer results in the decision to search the closest galaxy for an intelligent and highly innovative civilization in the hopes that they will be able to help repair their ship. Things could not get any worse, or could they?

Teaching the Classics Grade K 1

Teaching the Classics  Grade K 1
Author: Instructional Fair
Publsiher: Instructional Fair
Total Pages: 52
Release: 2001
Genre: Bible games and puzzles
ISBN: 0742400468

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Get your students excited about reading -- and the Bible -- with this series! Besides vocabulary, critical thinking questions, and skill-oriented worksheets, each book contains curriculum-related activities and projects to make reading come alive in your classroom. Plus, you will find a Bible application section that relates each book to relevant Bible passages and teachings. Whether you home school or have a class of 30 students, this is the literature-based book for you!

Easy Cupcakes by Colour

Easy Cupcakes by Colour
Author: Octopus
Publsiher: Australian Women's Weekly
Total Pages: 277
Release: 2011-12-03
Genre: Cooking
ISBN: 9781907428555

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Pink, white, yellow, blue, green or chocolate - choose the colour that suits your taste, your theme or your china - and then charm and delight your friends with these divine little cakes. Quirky and witty and incredibly simple, you can make a selection for a birthday party or arrange them in tiers for a stunning cake for a wedding or other celebration.

Yip Tuck

Yip Tuck
Author: Sparkle Abbey
Publsiher: Bell Bridge Books
Total Pages: 151
Release: 2013-05-29
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781611943139

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One of Laguna Beach's best-known plastic surgeons may need a new leash on life. Unless he's just taking a very long nap on the bench outside Melinda Langston's Bow Wow Boutique . . . Dr. O'Doggle continued to give us the silent treatment. Fluffy eyed him intently. I studied him too. Tova Randall wasn't my BFF, to say the least, but I didn't wish her boyfriend any bad luck. My neighbor, Darby, relaxed her grip on Fluffy's leash. The big Afghan lunged toward Dr. O and knocked him over. Tova's handsome hunk rolled off the bench and dropped with a thud at our feet. Darby gasped. My stomach knotted. "No, no, no." I shook my head. "Not again." I knelt down and shook his shoulders. "Dr. O'Doggle?" I grabbed his suit lapels and yelled, "Jack?" No response. No, "I'm fine." No, "Stop yelling in my face." No, "Get your hands off me." No, no, no. I checked his throat for a pulse. Nothing. But he was still warm. My fingers brushed against something knotted around his throat, and I'm not talking about his tie. I pulled back his shirt for a better look. I sucked in a breath, my nose filled with a light female perfume I didn't recognize. A thin dog leash was wound tightly around his neck. Identical to the kind I sold at the shop. This was not an accident. "Is he . . .?" Darby asked softly. I looked up at her. "Dead. No more late night walks for him."

Small Animal Medical Diagnosis

Small Animal Medical Diagnosis
Author: Michael D. Lorenz,T. Mark Neer,Paul DeMars
Publsiher: John Wiley & Sons
Total Pages: 504
Release: 2013-03-28
Genre: Medical
ISBN: 9781118696996

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Small Animal Medical Diagnosis, Third Edition takes a problem-oriented approach to clinical diagnosis and outlines core information necessary to effectively evaluate the major medical problems in dogs and cats. The text starts by defining problems caused by disease and proceeds to integrate the history, physical examination, and diagnostic modalities into a logical approach designed to assist with the medical management of patients. The new edition continues to serve as a vital tool in accurate and appropriate diagnosis for small animal veterinarians, emergency and critical care veterinarians, and veterinary students.

Modality Across Syntactic Categories

Modality Across Syntactic Categories
Author: Ana Arregui,María Luisa Rivero,Andrés Salanova
Publsiher: Oxford University Press
Total Pages: 363
Release: 2017
Genre: Language Arts & Disciplines
ISBN: 9780198718208

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This volume explores the linguistic expression of modality in natural language from a cross-linguistic perspective. Modal expressions provide the basic tools that allow us to dissociate what we say from what is actually going on, allowing us to talk about what might happen or might have happened, as well as what is required, desirable, or permitted. Chapters in the book demonstrate that modality involves many more syntactic categories and levels of syntactic structure than traditionally assumed. The volume distinguishes between three types of modality: 'low modality', which concerns modal interpretations associated with the verbal and nominal cartographies in syntax; 'middle modality', or modal interpretation associated with the syntactic cartography internal to the clause; and 'high modality', relating to the left periphery. It combines cross-linguistic discussions of the more widely studied sources of modality with analyses of novel or unexpected sources, and shows how the meanings associated with the three types of modality are realized across a wide range of languages.

Volunteer Vacations

Volunteer Vacations
Author: Bill McMillon,Doug Cutchins,Anne Geissinger
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 468
Release: 2006
Genre: Associations, institutions, etc
ISBN: STANFORD:36105123150406

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For those looking for a way to make a difference while on vacation--simultaneously getting away and using their talents to improve the world--this guide shows you how a short-term volunteer stint can transform your life as much as the people, animals, and ecology you choose to help. This fully updated edition is filled with in-depth information and profiles of more than 150 select organizations running thousands of quality programs in the United States and around the world. Inside, you’ll discover ways to Map rock art in South Africa Tutor children in the Navajo Nation in Arizona Build houses in Honduras Teach art lessons in Ghana's only children's gallery Restore wetlands in Colorado Rehabilitate wounded elephants in India Each listing includes complete contact information with locations, costs, dates, and project details you won’t find anywhere else. In addition, it features some of the better established long-term projects as well as organizations specifically tailored for families, seniors, and people with disabilities. Stories from recent volunteers and a host of photographs help you further imagine your volunteer adventure. Bill McMillon is a high school teacher. Doug Cutchins is the director of social commitment at Grinnell College. Anne Geissinger is a part-time photographer. Ed Asner is a professional actor. He appeared on The Mary Tyler Moore Show, for which he won an Emmy, and the series Lou Grant. He also appeared on the television series Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip.