The `-God `-Book of `-Numerology!~’

The `-God `-Book of `-Numerology!~’

Author: DWAYNE W. ANDERSON

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781663207784

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 242

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The `-GOD `-BOOK of `-NUMEROLOGY!~’ To be Certain there are Patterns in Life & Death!~’ Patterns so obvious that the Mind cannot Escape Them!~’ These Patterns lead down a Narrow Path to an Awakening of an Understanding that will Illuminate Mankind’s Existence for the Rest of GOD’s Current Creation’s Existence of Time!!!~’ From how We’re Born, Where We’re Born, Who We Marry, How Many Kids We will Have; and, Most Importantly; to How and When We are going to Die!!!~’ This Book Unlocks the PATTERNS and FORMULAS to All of these Eventualities along with the Help Aids of the Previous (`-2) / (`-3) Books in Series of the Prophet; and, the (`-PREVIOUS `-BOOK) of the `-PROPHET: “REAL MESSAGES of `-GOD”!!!~’ Enjoy the READS!!!~’

The Death of an Actress

The Death of an Actress

Author: Peter Jalesh

Publisher: BookRix

ISBN: 9783730965092

Category: Drama

Page: 43

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Dana: it's like her whole life is still swirling around. She was my dear ex-wife. A beautiful portrait was propped on the wall besides the hospital table. Everybody has reasons to see her walking and talking again. Kind of she is still alive. Everybody is waiting to see her waking up from her seizure. The doctor talked to my daughter yesterday and told her that the seizure didn't wipe out any additional spots of her brain besides what the first stroke did already. It is encouraging. I look at her as she is lying on her back with her beautiful head propped up on the raised pillows: she looks relaxed though there are lots of tubes and wires connecting her to devices that trace her body's work. "She may be able to see you and hear you but her mind would not be able to interpret... People who had seizures could get back sometimes to full consciousness unaffected. Not though people that had a stroke on each side of their brain. They'd linger on bed for a while and cling to a thin string of air before passing away. They'd slowly get breathing difficulties. Some would begin coughing and die. The diaphragm would press their heart. There is nothing to do about that. If you wish you could go and talk to her. Some pleasant words... It would sooth you". The unhappiness I gave her comes back into my mind. No forgiveness. I sit on her death bed watching her heavily breathing. That's the way she could live forever, I think. Her face and her forehead are reddish and hot. I am determined to ask her to live one more day. Sometimes her breathe seems to be lost. I panic; I squeeze her hand and urge her to breath. We are attached to our breathing or our breathing is attached to us? I tell her not to be afraid. What do I know? Nobody would understand that seeing her breathing makes me feel happy. I massage her toes. When I touch her sole it looks like she opens her eyes. "What are you trying to do?" my daughter asks. I'm still trying to revive her.

Death of an Actress

Death of an Actress

Author: Antony M. Brown

Publisher: Cold Case Jury

ISBN: 1910335827

Category:

Page: 268

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October, 1947: a luxury liner steams over the equator off the coast of West Africa and a beautiful actress disappears from her cabin. Suspicion falls on a dashing deck steward with a reputation for entering the cabins of female passengers. When the liner docks at Southampton, the steward is questioned by police. Protesting his innocence, he makes an astonishing admission that shocks everyone, and is charged with murder. His trial at the historic Great Hall in Winchester draws the world's media. He is found guilty and sentenced to hang. Was the verdict sound? Many believe not. Now for the first time, Antony M. Brown has secured unprecedented access to the police file, enabling the definitive story to be told. Included in the file are original court exhibits, including a hairbrush with strands of the actress's red hair. Could a personal effect left behind in her cabin provide clues to how she might have died? Take your seat on the Cold Case Jury.

They Died on My Watch

They Died on My Watch

Author: Noel Bailey

Publisher: Dorrance Publishing

ISBN: 9781644264706

Category: History

Page: 382

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They Died on my Watch By: Noel Bailey Who was the actress that died just before Christmas - she was the voice of... in...? How many actors died of cancer-related illness in 1996? Did Hitler commit suicide or was he shot by Russian troops? Hey, do you remember what year Princess Diana died in that French car crash? How many husbands did Elizabeth Taylor divorce in her lifetime? What well-known actor died just a few days after David Bowie? Questions you might hear at the next table at your regular eatery. Questions you may not know the answer to. They Died On My Watch can answer these and many more. It is a comprehensive reference work that should prove itself to be indispensible to any household. Most certainly a book to sustain interest while cruising at 35,000 feet between London and New York. The ultimate “umpire” you might say, to settle any argument that may arise with regards to discussion involving a deceased celebrity - recent or not.

The Five Continents of Theatre

The Five Continents of Theatre

Author: Eugenio Barba

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004392939

Category: Drama

Page: 420

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The Five Continents of Theatre undertakes the exploration of the material culture of the actor, which involves the actors’ pragmatic relations and technical functionality, their behaviour, the norms and conventions that interact with those of the audience and the society in which actors and spectators equally take part.

Death of a Blue Movie Star

Death of a Blue Movie Star

Author: Jeffery Deaver

Publisher: Bantam

ISBN: 9780307569400

Category: Fiction

Page: 336

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From the bestselling author of the Bone Collector novels, soon to be an NBC series Twenty-one-year-old Rune is an aspiring filmmaker, but so far her only break has been scoring a job as an underpaid production assistant in Manhattan. Still, she's always on the lookout for the perfect topic for her own film—and she thinks she's found it when she witnesses the bombing of a triple-X movie theater in Times Square. Rune's got a great hook for her documentary: She plans to film it through the eyes of Shelly Lowe, the porn star whose movie was playing at the theater when it exploded. But just hours after Rune films a poignant Shelly reflecting on her dreams of becoming a serious actress, a second bomb silences the beautiful film star forever. Was Shelly in the wrong place at the wrong time—or was she the bomber's target all along? Rune vows to find out the truth behind the death of this blue movie star. But as she struggles to finish shooting her film, Rune's labor of love may be her final masterpiece—as a shooting of a more lethal kind threatens to write an ending to this story that no one wants to see. . . .

Screen Culture in the Global South

Screen Culture in the Global South

Author: Antonio Traverso

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000075885

Category: Social Science

Page: 226

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This volume adopts a transversal South-South approach to the study of visual culture in transnational, transcultural, and geopolitical contexts. Every day hundreds of people travel back and forth between southern countries, including Australia, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, New Zealand, Indonesia, Timor-Leste, and South Africa. With these people travel cultures, experiences, memories, and images. This creates the conditions for the generation, sharing, and circulation of new knowledge that is both southern and about the South as a specific kind of material and imaginary territory (or territories). It does so through the study of the southern hemisphere’s screen cultures, addressing the broad spectrum of cultural expression in both traditional and new screen media, including film, television, video, digital, interactive, and online and portable technologies. This book was originally published as a special issue of Critical Arts.

Death of the Actor

Death of the Actor

Author: Julie Rumbarger

Publisher:

ISBN: 0578339854

Category:

Page: 119

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In this provocative book by actor Kyle Secor (Homicide: Life on the Street, The Flash, Veronica Mars), you're invited on a wild ride into the unknown where the 'me' and the 'actor' are not all they appear to be. Where the freedom of acting without an actor and doing with a doer may be the unavoidable expression of Love. Not only for actors, but a book anyone might keep nearby as a reminder of just what is.

The Enduring Legacy

The Enduring Legacy

Author: G. S. Rousseau

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521305815

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 328

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This comprehensive 1988 survey of the poet's life and work appeared during the 300th anniversary of Alexander Pope's birth in 1688.

The Death of the Actor

The Death of the Actor

Author: Martin Buzacott

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 0415061482

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 188

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An all-out attack on the contemporary theatrical practice and performance theory that identifies the actor, rather than the director, as the key creative force in the performance of Shakespeare.In The Death of the Actor Martin Buzacott launches an all-out attack on contemporary theatrical practice and performance theory which identifies the actor, rather than the director, as the key creative force in the performance of Shakespeare. Because actors are absent from the site of Shakespearean meaning, he argues, the illusion of their centrality is sustained only by a rhetoric of heroism, violence and imperialism.

"Ces forces obscures de l’âme"

Author: Christine Margerrison

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789401205696

Category: Social Science

Page: 356

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This is the first major investigation of Camus’s prose fiction to explore the developing presentation of women, from the author’s earliest writings to his last, unfinished novel. Avoiding the traditional relegation of this subject to an emotional or private sphere, it traces Camus’s intellectual development in order to demonstrate the centrality of this subject to Camus’s work as a whole. If the Absurd, constructed over the body of the “real” woman, liberates the writer to follow a “true path” of literary creation, the impending loss of his Algerian homeland impells a return to “all that he had not been free to choose”, the ties of blood. These conflictual and unresolved ties are here investigated, in conjunction with the presentation of mythical female figures expressing Camus’s darkest fears, partly voiced in other writings, concerning that “other” Algeria for which he would never fight. Exploring complex interconnections between sexuality, “race” and colonialism, this volume is pertinent to all who are interested in the writings of Camus, particularly those seeking relevant new ways of approaching his work.