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Crossing Lines

Crossing Lines
Author: Adrienne Giordano
Publisher: ALG Publishing
Total Pages: 365
Release: 2021-09-14
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 1942504667

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While protecting a dangerously attractive ex-agent, a former CIA operative must decide which asset is more important to him: his identity or his heart. She’s running out of friends—and out of time. CIA operative Elizabeth Aiken is on her own. After a rescue operation in Venezuela goes south and her cover is blown, Elizabeth barely escapes the country with her life. Set adrift by the agency and with a price on her head, she seeks out the only person who can help her disappear. Viper. Unfortunately, the devastatingly attractive former operative wants nothing to do with her or the cartel-backed Venezuelan president who wants her dead. Worse still, if Elizabeth’s not careful, she’ll end up losing her heart instead of watching her back…and there’s no room for mistakes with assassins hot on her trail. Helping her could destroy everything he’s worked for. Former Marine-turned-CIA operative. Current bar owner. All-around badass. Shane “Viper” Quinn has spent years constructing the perfect cover, and he’s not about to sacrifice it for a woman he barely knows. Even if she is strong and beautiful and makes him long for sultry nights that could destroy his carefully crafted life. Still, Shane is forced to fight his growing attraction to the fearsome ex-agent while keeping her in one piece. Elizabeth’s enemies are now his enemies—and they aren’t going to stop until everyone who stands against them is eliminated. Will having the deadly Viper by her side be enough to save her?

Crossing Lines

Crossing Lines
Author: Paul Volponi
Publisher: Penguin
Total Pages: 123
Release: 2011-06-09
Genre: Young Adult Fiction
ISBN: 1101529040

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Adonis is a jock. He's on the football team and he's dating one of the prettiest girls in school. Alan is the new kid. He wears lipstick and joins the Fashion Club. Soon enough the football team is out to get him. Adonis is glad to go along with his teammates . . . until they come up with a dangerous plan to humiliate Alan. Now Adonis must decide whether he wants to be a guy who follows the herd or a man who does what's right. From critically acclaimed author Paul Volponi comes this discussable and finely wrought story of bullies, victims, and the bystanders caught in between.

Crossing Lines

Crossing Lines
Author: Mia Ford
Publisher: Mia Ford
Total Pages: 48
Release: 2019-12-12
Genre: Family & Relationships

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Three handsome men. Three steamy HOT romances. Life isn’t easy for either Grant, Ethan or Kyle. Their club, “The Roughshod Rollers” is under threat, And the only help they get from others is discrimination. So they rely on each other and hope for the better, But it isn’t that easy. As they try to chase their own happiness, life gets more complicated… Allison would never want to commit herself to a biker. Jessica is already holding a kid in her arms. And circumstances are stopping Georgia to be the mother to Lily. Well, these men will use all the strength to walk forwards… Even if it means fighting against the world to give themselves a complete family!

Advances in Handwriting Recognition

Advances in Handwriting Recognition
Author: Seong-Whan Lee
Publisher: World Scientific
Total Pages: 604
Release: 1999
Genre: Computers
ISBN: 9789810237158

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Frontiers in Handwriting Recognition contains selected key papers from the 6th International Workshop on Frontiers in Handwriting Recognition (IWFHR '98), held in Taejon, Korea from 12 to 14, August 1998. Most of the papers have been expanded or extensively revised to include helpful discussions, suggestions or comments made during the workshop.

Power of Diversity

Power of Diversity
Author: Matthias Rettner
Publisher: Verlag Theater der Zeit
Total Pages: 262
Release: 2018-09-25
Genre: Performing Arts
ISBN: 3957491789

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Das in Freiburg ansässige Aktionstheater PAN.OPTIKUM entwickelt seit 30 Jahren Inszenierungen im öffentlichen Raum. Unter Leitung dieses freien Theaterkollektivs wurde 2015 das internationale Projekt "Power of Diversity" ins Leben gerufen, das Hip-Hop-Musik mit theatraler Praxis verbindet. 30 junge Darsteller spielen in verschiedenen Städten und bilden ein zeitgemäßes europäisches Ensemble. Dieses Buch dokumentiert in Bildern und Texten das außergewöhnliche europäische Projekt aus vielfältigen Blickwinkeln, gibt Einblicke in den Produktionsprozess und weist dabei auch auf die spezifischen Situationen in den verschiedenen Städten hin. The Freiburg-based action theatre ensemble PAN.OPTIKUM has been creating performances in the public space for thirty years. The international "Power of Diversity" project, which was started in 2015 under the direction of this free theatre collective, combines hip-hop music with theatrical practice. Thirty young performers play in various cities – from Great Britain to Russia and from Norway to Spain, forming a contemporary European ensemble. This book documents this extraordinary European project from many angles in images and words, provides insight into the production process and outlines the specific circumstances in the various cities.

Crossing the Thinnest Line

Crossing the Thinnest Line
Author: Lauren Leader-Chivee
Publisher: Hachette UK
Total Pages: 336
Release: 2016-09-20
Genre: Political Science
ISBN: 1455539066

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FROM THE VERY FOUNDING OF OUR NATION, diversity has been one of our greatest strengths but also the greatest source of conflict. In less than a generation, America will become "minority-majority," and the world economy, already interconnected, will be even more globalized. The stakes for how we handle this evolution couldn't be higher. Will diversity be a source of growth, prosperity, and progress-or perpetual division and strife? America has the potential to realize huge gains economically and socially by more fully capitalizing on diversity, but significant challenges remain and it's a problem that all Americans should be focused on solving. Despite tremendous progress, women and minorities still face barriers to accessing the full promise of the American dream. It doesn't have to be this way. Many of the solutions are right in front of us, and many exceptional, committed Americans are doing their part to make a difference. In the twenty-first century, nations will prosper only insofar as they embrace and celebrate the individuals, organizations, and collective efforts to advance every kind of diversity. Lauren Leader-Chivée believes America must lead the way. In CROSSING THE THINNEST LINE, she explores the state of our diverse union and shares important stories of progress and potential, highlighting those who are crossing dividing lines of race, gender, culture, and political party to build a more united and prosperous nation. Her revelations will transform the discussion and set the agenda for America's progress on these critical issues. A work of originality and ambition, CROSSING THE THINNEST LINE changes our understanding of diversity and offers lessons to change our lives and our country.

Crossing the Line

Crossing the Line
Author: Rosalie G. Riegle
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
Total Pages: 398
Release: 2013-01-01
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 1621895181

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"'Of course, let us have peace,' we cry, 'but at the same time let us have normalcy, let us lose nothing, let our lives stand intact, let us know neither prison nor ill repute nor disruption of ties . . .' There is no peace because there are no peacemakers. There are no makers of peace because the making of peace is at least as costly as the making of war--at least as exigent, at least as disruptive, at least as liable to bring disgrace and prison and death in its wake." Daniel Berrigan, No Bars to Manhood More than sixty-five peacemakers have contributed oral narratives to this compelling history of those who say no to war making in the strongest way possible: by engaging in civil disobedience and paying the consequences in jail or prison. Crossing the Line gives voice to often neglected social history and provides provocative stories of actions, trials, and imprisonment. This fascinating volume serves as an excellent supplement to conventional histories. Almost all the storytellers here are people of faith or are inspired by those who live by faith. Many work at conventional careers; some do full-time peacemaking by living in Catholic Worker houses or in the Jonah House community; several are priests and nuns who minister worldwide. Also featured are three resisters prominent in War Resisters League history. From World War II conscientious objectors to contemporary activists, these narrators have refused to be helpless in the face of a violent world, and have said with their bodies that they do not accept the status quo of permanent war and war preparation. In short, the voices illustrate hope at a time when it seems in short supply.