Frayed

Frayed
Author: Laura Pavlov
Publsiher: Hea-Author Incorporated
Total Pages: 0
Release: 2021-03-18
Genre: Bildungsromans
ISBN: 1088287484

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My name is Adelaide Edington, and my life was mapped out for me before I even entered the world. Who I'd date, where I'd attend college, what I'd be when I grew up. But there comes a time in everyone's life when they face a fork in the road. Should I go left, or should I go right?It didn't matter as long as I didn't remain stagnant any longer. Jett Stone opened me up to a whole new world. Reminding me that it was okay to find my own way. I could have roots in Willow Springs and still spread my wings and fly. What I didn't expect was to fall in love with the broody football player. The boy I'd known since kindergarten. The boy who I wasn't supposed to be with--but had somehow become my everything,

Frayed Lifelines

Frayed Lifelines
Author: Frank Leighton
Publsiher: Trafford Publishing
Total Pages: 492
Release: 2003
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 9781553958413

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Through dangerous seas to life on besieged Malta, from war-torn Sicily to a love affair in post-war France, FRAYED LIFELINES grippingly relives pivotal WWII events and heartwarming episodes.

Frayed

Frayed
Author: Kara Terzis
Publsiher: Sourcebooks, Inc.
Total Pages: 304
Release: 2016-06-07
Genre: Young Adult Fiction
ISBN: 9781492631743

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Dear Kesley, My therapist tells me I should write you a letter. Like flushing all my thoughts and feelings out of my system and onto paper. I tell her it's a stupid idea. But here I am, writing a letter to a dead girl. Where do I start? Where did our story begin? From the moment you were born...or died? I'll start with the moment I found out the truth about you. Your lies and my pain. Because it always begins and ends with you. And that end began when Rafe Lawrence came back to town... Ava Hale will do anything to find her sister's killer...although she'll wish she hadn't. Because the harder Ava looks, the more secrets she uncovers about Kesley, and the more she begins to think that the girl she called sister was a liar. A sneak. A stranger. And Kesley's murderer could be much closer than she thought... A debut novel from Wattpad award-winner Kara Terzis, Frayed is a psychological whodunit that will keep you guessing!

Fury Frayed

Fury Frayed
Author: Melissa Haag
Publsiher: Shattered Glass Publishing
Total Pages: 268
Release: 2018-01-23
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781943051823

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Megan’s temper lands her in Girderon Academy, an exclusive school founded in a town of misfit supernatural creatures. It’s the one place she should be able to fit in, but she can’t. Instead, she itches to punch the smug sheriff in his face, pull the hair from a pack of territorial blondes, and kiss the smile off the shy boy’s face. Unfortunately, she can’t do any of that, either, because humans are dying and all clues point to her. With Megan’s temper flaring, time to find the real killer and clear her name is running out. As much as she wants to return to her own life, she needs to embrace who and what she is. It’s the only way to find and punish the creature responsible.

Transnational Belonging and Female Agency in the Arts

Transnational Belonging and Female Agency in the Arts
Author: Basia Sliwinska,Catherine Dormor
Publsiher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
Total Pages: 313
Release: 2022-10-20
Genre: Art
ISBN: 9781501358739

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Transnational Belonging and Female Agency in the Arts interrogates the politics of space expressed via womxn's artistic practices, which prioritise solidarity and collaboration across borders, imagining attentive geographies of difference. It considers belonging as a manifestation of processes of becoming that traverse borders and generate new spaces and forms of difference. In doing so, the book aims to catalyse mutual social relations founded upon responsibility and response-ability to each other. The transnational framework activates concerns around belonging at a time of intensified divisions, partitioning global narratives, unequal trajectories and increasing violence against bodies of the most vulnerable, largely founded on Eurocentric paradigms of political, economic and cultural superiority. The contributors engage in a conversation signalling transversal thinking and artmaking in order to articulate and activate 'in-between' spaces. This is to welcome co-affective models of belonging that question versatile embodiments of subjectivity as both agentic and as interrelational. Organised around the triangulation of modes of belonging: spatial, affective and collective, overarched by a transnational lens that acknowledges non-hierarchical, local and socially relevant genealogies against universalising politics of globalisation, these essays consider afresh ways in which female agency disrupts borders and activates concerns around different forms of belonging, citizenship and transnationalisms. Cover Image credit: Keren Anavy, Garden of Living Images (2018), general installation view (detail). Courtesy of the artist and Wave Hill. Photographer: Stefan Hagen

Developing Personal Oracle 7 for Windows 95 Applications

Developing Personal Oracle 7 for Windows 95 Applications
Author: David Lockman
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 802
Release: 1997
Genre: Computers
ISBN: 0672310252

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A tutorial which is intended to lead the reader step-by-step through the development process in Personal Oracle7, also demonstrating real world techniques with the example of the development of a database application for managing a repair store.

Fraying Fabric

Fraying Fabric
Author: James C. Benton
Publsiher: University of Illinois Press
Total Pages: 309
Release: 2022-11-22
Genre: Political Science
ISBN: 9780252053665

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The decline of the U.S. textile and apparel industries between the 1940s and 1970s helped lay the groundwork for the twenty-first century's potent economic populism in America. James C. Benton looks at how shortsighted trade and economic policy by labor, business, and government undermined an employment sector that once employed millions and supported countless communities. Starting in the 1930s, Benton examines how the New Deal combined promoting trade with weakening worker rights. He then moves to the ineffective attempts to aid textile and apparel workers even as imports surged, the 1974 pivot by policymakers and big business to institute lowered trade barriers, and the deindustrialization and economic devastation that followed. Throughout, Benton provides the often-overlooked views of workers, executives, and federal officials who instituted the United States’ policy framework in the 1930s and guided it through the ensuing decades. Compelling and comprehensive, Fraying Fabric explains what happened to textile and apparel manufacturing and how it played a role in today's politics of anger.

Fraying

Fraying
Author: Michele Gierck
Publsiher: NewSouth
Total Pages: 256
Release: 2015-03-01
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 9781742241913

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Being a carer is not unlike being an interpreter. The task is to listen intently, to catch not only the words but the spirit of the message, and then to immediately pass that on. So too the carer, who is required to listen, to catch the spirit of what is needed, and then to set about to have those needs met. Fraying chronicles a mother’s and a daughter’s journey through memory loss and the medical maze. Michele Gierck finds herself suddenly thrust into the role of primary carer, with no map to navigate the world of aged care and medical bureaucracy. The relationship between the spirited, determined 88-year-old protagonist – who refuses to passively accept medical pronouncements – and her daughter is at times difficult, yet always respectful and loving, warm and upbeat. Together they must develop practical coping strategies, draw on a lifetime with each other and hold onto their sense of humour. Authentic and evocative, Fraying will resonate with the tens of thousands of readers living through this experience themselves. Michele Gierck offers wisdom and very practical advice about two of the certainties of life – change and loss.