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    epa03028345 A handout picture released by Syrian news agency SANA shows smoke rising behind residential buildings after the bombing of a pipeline transporting oil to the refinery in Homs, Syria 08 December 2011. According to Syrian police , an armed terrorist group targeted the pipeline. EPA/SANA / HANDOUT
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    epa03043886 A handout photo released by the official Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA), shows Syrians waving their national flags holding pictures depicting Syrian President Bashar Assad during a rally condemning ithe two terrorists blast of the 23 December, in Damascus, Syria 0n 27 December 2011. Arab League monitors on 27 December visited the Syrian city of Homs, which has been at the heart of anti-government protests and where according to activists around 60 people have been killed by shelling from the army in the past 24 hours. The visit is part of a deal between Damascus and the Arab League to end a ten month crackdown on anti-government protesters by the government, led by President Bashar al-Assad. Over 5,000 people have been killed in the clashes between the army, protesters and army defectors, according to UN estimate. EPA/SANA HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++
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    epa03043900 A handout photo released by the official Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA), shows Syrians waving their national flags holding pictures depicting Syrian President Bashar Assad during a rally condemning the two terrorists blast of the 23 December, in Damascus, Syria on 27 December 2011. Arab League monitors on 27 December visited the Syrian city of Homs, which has been at the heart of anti-government protests and where according to activists around 60 people have been killed by shelling from the army in the past 24 hours. The visit is part of a deal between Damascus and the Arab League to end a ten month crackdown on anti-government protesters by the government, led by President Bashar al-Assad. Over 5,000 people have been killed in the clashes between the army, protesters and army defectors, according to UN estimate. EPA/SANA HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++
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    epa03047468 A handout TV grab made available on 02 January 2012 by the official Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA), shows members of the Arab League observers (C, orange jackets) talking to Syrians in the Idlib province, northern Syria, 01 January 2012. Arab League chief Nabil al-Arabi said on 02 January that the military had withdrawn from several Syrian cities, while admitting that there were still gun attacks in the country. Al-Arabi said however that the Arab observers who arrived in the country last week had managed to help provide food to people in the flashpoint city of Homs. EPA/SANA/HANDOUT BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++
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    A sign saying in French "Gilles Jacquier, God Bless You and Shame on The One who Killed You" is seen (to the left) during a demonstration in Bab Amr area in Homs, Syria on January 13, 2012, ten months after the beginning of the Syrian Revolution in March 2011. The rebels rebuild a small "clock tower", similar to the one present on Homs main square, but where they cannot demonstrate as it is under the control of the Syrian regular army. Photo by N.Bitar/Balkis Press/ABACAPRESS.COM # 304611_002
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    SYMBOLBILD - Anhänger der Hizb al-Tahrir Islamic Bewegung demonstrieren gegen das syrische Regime (im Libanon am 22. April 2011). Seit Wochen protestieren viele Leute in Syrien. Sie fordern, dass das Land anders als bisher regiert wird. Dagegen wehren sich die Regierung und der Präsident. Deswegen gibt es heftige Kämpfe in dem Land. Auch außerhalb des Landes gibt es Proteste. Foto: EPA/NABIL MOUNZER ACHTUNG: Das Bild hat dpa auch im Bildfunk gesendet. +++(c) dpa - Nachrichten für Kinder+++
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    Demonstration to support uprisings in the Muslim world.Muslims from across the UK demonstrate outside the Syrian embassy in Belgrave Square, central London, after a rally organised by Hizb ut-Tahrir, in solidarity with the people rising up across the Arab and Muslim world. Picture date: Saturday May 7, 2011. See PA story PROTEST Syria. Photo credit should read: Yui Mok/PA Wire URN:10668727
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    ARCHIV - Türkische und syrische Demonstranten protestieren am 10.06.2011 in Ankara (Türkei) gegen den syrischen Präsidenten Baschar al-Assad. Wegen der anhaltenden Proteste ist der syrische Präsident jetzt bereit, einen seiner engen Vertrauten zu opfern. Der Geschäftsmann Machluf hat nach Medienberichten seinen Rückzug angekündigt und will sich künftig wohltätigen Zwecken widmen. Foto: Hamza Sahin/epa ANATOLIAN AGENCY TURKEY OUT (Zu dpa vom 17.06.2011) +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++
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    SYMBOLBILD - Anhänger der Hizb al-Tahrir Islamic Bewegung demonstrieren gegen das syrische Regime (im Libanon am 22. April 2011). Seit Wochen protestieren viele Leute in Syrien. Sie fordern, dass das Land anders als bisher regiert wird. Dagegen wehren sich die Regierung und der Präsident. Deswegen gibt es heftige Kämpfe in dem Land. Auch außerhalb des Landes gibt es Proteste. Foto: EPA/NABIL MOUNZER ACHTUNG: Das Bild hat dpa auch im Bildfunk gesendet. +++(c) dpa - Nachrichten für Kinder+++
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    Mothers, wives, sisters and children of Syrian anti-government men who were arrested by the security forces hold banners and shout slogans during a protest demanding to release them in the twon of Nawa, Darra city, Syria, on May 4, 2011. UPI/Stringer.. Photo via Newscom picture alliance
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    ARCHIV - Junge Männer demonstrieren am 01.07.2011 in Barzeh, einem Vorort von Damaskus, gegen die syrische Regierung. Vor dem Hintergrund neuer Berichte über Massaker an Deserteuren und Zivilisten wird in Syrien am 22.12.20011 eine Delegation der Arabischen Liga erwartet. Das 14-köpfige Vorausteam soll den Weg für den Einsatz arabischer Beobachter in dem Land ebnen. EPA/SANA/HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++
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    Thousands of angry Syrian protestors at the burning Danish embassy in Damascus 04 February 2006. Hundreds of Syrian demonstrators set the Danish embassy on fire on Saturday to protest the printing by a Danish newspaper of cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad. EPA/YOUSSEF BADAWI +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++
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    Firefighters try to extinguish a fire at the Danish embassy in Damascus 04 February 2006. Hundreds of Syrian demonstrators set the Danish embassy on fire on Saturday to protest the printing by a Danish newspaper of cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad. EPA/YOUSSEF BADAWI +++(c) dpa - Report+++
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    Das Handout der syrischen offiziellen Nachrichtenagentur SANA zeigt Menschen bei einer Beerdingung von 15 syrischen Armeeoffizieren und Sicherheitsmännern in Damaskus (am 26. April 2011). Seit Wochen protestieren viele Leute in Syrien. Sie fordern, dass das Land anders als bisher regiert wird. Dagegen wehren sich die Regierung und der Präsident. Deswegen gibt es heftige Kämpfe in dem Land. EPA/SANA / HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES ACHTUNG: Das Bild hat dpa auch im Bildfunk gesendet. +++(c) dpa - Nachrichten für Kinder+++
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  • Splash Page | Author | Kindle

    Learning First in Black and White introduces The Design Code Process ®, an idea-generating system developed by Northwest artist and educator, Fred Griffin. Griffin's approach makes it possible for professional graphic designers and illustrators - as well as students and lay artists - to turn out fresh ideas and great designs on deadline.

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    Tossing Around Ideas develops a creative process based on The Design Code Process ®, an idea-generating system developed by Northwest artist and educator, Fred Griffin. Griffin's approach makes it possible for professional graphic designers and illustrators - as well as students and lay artists - to turn out fresh ideas and great designs on deadline.

    The first book in the series (Learning First in Black & White) introduces The Design Code and the last book in the series (Putting It All Together) provides a review plus exercises, tips, and techniques that make it possible to consistently produce excellent graphic designs.

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    Tossing Around Ideas develops a creative process based on The Design Code Process ®, an idea-generating system developed by Northwest artist and educator, Fred Griffin. Griffin's approach makes it possible for professional graphic designers and illustrators - as well as students and lay artists - to turn out fresh ideas and great designs on deadline.

    The first book in the series (Learning First in Black & White) introduces The Design Code and the last book in the series (Putting It All Together) provides a review plus exercises, tips, and techniques that make it possible to consistently produce excellent graphic designs.

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    epa03028016 A handout photo made available by the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) shows black smoke rising from an oil pipeline blast, in Homs, Syria, 08 December 2011. The Syrian regime and opposition activists traded accusations on 08 December over the pipeline explosion. The state news agency SANA said the explosion was caused by unidentified gunmen. But activists in Homs claimed the attack had been engineered by pro-government forces _to give themselves an excuse_ to raid dissident areas in the province. The pipeline transports crude oil from eastern Syria to a refinery in Homs and passes near Baba Amr. EPA/SANA/HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++
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    epa03043901 A handout photo released by the official Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA), shows Syrians waving their national flags holding pictures depicting Syrian President Bashar Assad during a rally condemning the two terrorists blast of the 23 December, in Damascus, Syria on 27 December 2011. Arab League monitors on 27 December visited the Syrian city of Homs, which has been at the heart of anti-government protests and where according to activists around 60 people have been killed by shelling from the army in the past 24 hours. The visit is part of a deal between Damascus and the Arab League to end a ten month crackdown on anti-government protesters by the government, led by President Bashar al-Assad. Over 5,000 people have been killed in the clashes between the army, protesters and army defectors, according to UN estimate. EPA/SANA HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES
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    (111113) -- DAMASCUS, Nov. 13, 2011 () -- People attend a rally to support Syria's President Bashar al-Assad in downtown Damascus, Syria, Nov. 13, 2011. ()(xhn)
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    The Danish embassy in the Syrian captial Damascus on fire after hundreds of Syrian protestors stormed the building on Saturday 04 February 2006 and set fire it in protest over cartoons published in a Danish newspaper deemed insulting to Islam's Prophet Mohammed EPA/YOUSSEF BADAWI +++(c) dpa - Report+++
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    epa03029258 Syrians shout pro-government slogans during a rally at Sabe Bahrat square in downtown Damascus, Syria, 09 December 2011. Thousands rallied in Damascus to show their support to President Bashar Assad after he denied in an interview on 07 December that he had ordered his troops to kill or attack civilians protesting against his rule and insisted he did not feel guilty for the bloodshed. In the meantime, opposition said on 09 December that at least six people were killed by Syrian security forces in the restive province of Homs. EPA/YOUSSEF BADAWI +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++
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  • Ali Ferzat is the dean of Arab political cartoonists. His caricatures do not spare wealth, influence, or power. They give hope to the disenfranchised, the poor, and the hungry. Ferzat is an authentic Arab voice who nevertheless does not hesitate to buck the tide of majority oopinion. Ferzat's work is a ringing cry for justice that cuts across all cultures.
    Ferzat is head of the Arab Cartoonists' Union and has received the distinguished Prince Claus award (Holland).
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  • Splash Page | Author | Kindle

    Putting It All Together reviews The Design Code Process ®, an idea-generating system developed by northwest artist and educator, Fred Griffin. Griffin's approach makes it possible for professional graphic designers and illustrators - as well as students and lay artists - to turn out fresh ideas and great designs on deadline.

    This book is for two types of readers: those with an understanding of design and experience in the field—and those with interest and entry level skills who have never studied design. For experienced artists and designers, this book is a tool to lift oneself out of a creative dry spell. For those who are new to thinking to design, it also serves as a primer in the basics of composition. For either type of reader, these are books that you can return to again and again for inspiration and practical guidance.

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    Raff Ellis grew up in Carthage, New York, a city tucked away in the Adirondack Mountains. Carthage reached its maturity in the late Nineteenth Century. After World War Two, it’s industries moved south, the new freeways passed by, and its youth moved in search of work.
    In these years, America’s cities were growing more consolidated. The urban centers drew hordes of commuters every day and surrounded themselves with suburban housing and vast malls. Dwellers in the megalopolis turned prosperity into privacy, which could also be called disengagement and anonymity.
    Carthage was different. It remained quaint, even picturesque. No one had much money. Still, its people were known, interknit, and their lives together had an intensity that inspires the imagination many years later.
    Carthage was unique. Yet its story—as conveyed in the recollections and the tales of Raff Ellis—is emblematic of widely shared experience.
    Dam Foolishness sketches one place in the American land as a method of probing the American heart.

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    epa03028016 A handout photo made available by the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) shows black smoke rising from an oil pipeline blast, in Homs, Syria, 08 December 2011. The Syrian regime and opposition activists traded accusations on 08 December over the pipeline explosion. The state news agency SANA said the explosion was caused by unidentified gunmen. But activists in Homs claimed the attack had been engineered by pro-government forces _to give themselves an excuse_ to raid dissident areas in the province. The pipeline transports crude oil from eastern Syria to a refinery in Homs and passes near Baba Amr. EPA/SANA/HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++
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    epa03028345 A handout picture released by Syrian news agency SANA shows smoke rising behind residential buildings after the bombing of a pipeline transporting oil to the refinery in Homs, Syria 08 December 2011. According to Syrian police , an armed terrorist group targeted the pipeline. EPA/SANA / HANDOUT
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    epa03029258 Syrians shout pro-government slogans during a rally at Sabe Bahrat square in downtown Damascus, Syria, 09 December 2011. Thousands rallied in Damascus to show their support to President Bashar Assad after he denied in an interview on 07 December that he had ordered his troops to kill or attack civilians protesting against his rule and insisted he did not feel guilty for the bloodshed. In the meantime, opposition said on 09 December that at least six people were killed by Syrian security forces in the restive province of Homs. EPA/YOUSSEF BADAWI +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++
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    epa03043886 A handout photo released by the official Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA), shows Syrians waving their national flags holding pictures depicting Syrian President Bashar Assad during a rally condemning ithe two terrorists blast of the 23 December, in Damascus, Syria 0n 27 December 2011. Arab League monitors on 27 December visited the Syrian city of Homs, which has been at the heart of anti-government protests and where according to activists around 60 people have been killed by shelling from the army in the past 24 hours. The visit is part of a deal between Damascus and the Arab League to end a ten month crackdown on anti-government protesters by the government, led by President Bashar al-Assad. Over 5,000 people have been killed in the clashes between the army, protesters and army defectors, according to UN estimate. EPA/SANA HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++
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    epa03043900 A handout photo released by the official Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA), shows Syrians waving their national flags holding pictures depicting Syrian President Bashar Assad during a rally condemning the two terrorists blast of the 23 December, in Damascus, Syria on 27 December 2011. Arab League monitors on 27 December visited the Syrian city of Homs, which has been at the heart of anti-government protests and where according to activists around 60 people have been killed by shelling from the army in the past 24 hours. The visit is part of a deal between Damascus and the Arab League to end a ten month crackdown on anti-government protesters by the government, led by President Bashar al-Assad. Over 5,000 people have been killed in the clashes between the army, protesters and army defectors, according to UN estimate. EPA/SANA HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++
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    epa03043901 A handout photo released by the official Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA), shows Syrians waving their national flags holding pictures depicting Syrian President Bashar Assad during a rally condemning the two terrorists blast of the 23 December, in Damascus, Syria on 27 December 2011. Arab League monitors on 27 December visited the Syrian city of Homs, which has been at the heart of anti-government protests and where according to activists around 60 people have been killed by shelling from the army in the past 24 hours. The visit is part of a deal between Damascus and the Arab League to end a ten month crackdown on anti-government protesters by the government, led by President Bashar al-Assad. Over 5,000 people have been killed in the clashes between the army, protesters and army defectors, according to UN estimate. EPA/SANA HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES
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    epa03047468 A handout TV grab made available on 02 January 2012 by the official Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA), shows members of the Arab League observers (C, orange jackets) talking to Syrians in the Idlib province, northern Syria, 01 January 2012. Arab League chief Nabil al-Arabi said on 02 January that the military had withdrawn from several Syrian cities, while admitting that there were still gun attacks in the country. Al-Arabi said however that the Arab observers who arrived in the country last week had managed to help provide food to people in the flashpoint city of Homs. EPA/SANA/HANDOUT BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++
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    A sign saying in French "Gilles Jacquier, God Bless You and Shame on The One who Killed You" is seen (to the left) during a demonstration in Bab Amr area in Homs, Syria on January 13, 2012, ten months after the beginning of the Syrian Revolution in March 2011. The rebels rebuild a small "clock tower", similar to the one present on Homs main square, but where they cannot demonstrate as it is under the control of the Syrian regular army. Photo by N.Bitar/Balkis Press/ABACAPRESS.COM # 304611_002
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    A demonstration takes place in Bab Amr area in Homs, Syria on January 13, 2012, ten months after the beginning of the Syrian Revolution in March 2011. The rebels rebuild a small "clock tower", similar to the one present on Homs main square, but where they cannot demonstrate as it is under the control of the Syrian regular army. Photo by N.Bitar/Balkis Press/ABACAPRESS.COM # 304611_001
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    SYMBOLBILD - Anhänger der Hizb al-Tahrir Islamic Bewegung demonstrieren gegen das syrische Regime (im Libanon am 22. April 2011). Seit Wochen protestieren viele Leute in Syrien. Sie fordern, dass das Land anders als bisher regiert wird. Dagegen wehren sich die Regierung und der Präsident. Deswegen gibt es heftige Kämpfe in dem Land. Auch außerhalb des Landes gibt es Proteste. Foto: EPA/NABIL MOUNZER ACHTUNG: Das Bild hat dpa auch im Bildfunk gesendet. +++(c) dpa - Nachrichten für Kinder+++
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    Image #: 16088993 Pro-reform supporters protest outside the Arab League headquarters in the Egyptian capital Cairo, where a ministerial meeting on Syria was held on November 24, 2011. Arab foreign ministers have invited Syria to sign an agreement by November 25 allowing observers into the country to monitor the situation on the ground, Arab League chief Nabil al-Arabi said. APA /Landov
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    (111113) -- DAMASCUS, Nov. 13, 2011 () -- People attend a rally to support Syria's President Bashar al-Assad in downtown Damascus, Syria, Nov. 13, 2011. ()(xhn)
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    Pro-Syrian President Bashar Assad protesters, waving Syrian flag chanting to show their support for their president, after announcement of the Syrian Government resigns in Damascus, Syria, on March 29, 2011. Syria's Cabinet resigned Tuesday to help quell a wave of popular fury that erupted more than a week ago and is now threatening President Bashar Assad's 11-year rule in one of the most authoritarian and closed-off nations in the Middle East. The announcement came hours after hundreds of thousands of supporters of Syria's hard-line regime poured into the streets Tuesday as the government tried to show it has mass support. Photo by Hediye Levent/AA/ABACAPRESS.COM
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    Demonstration to support uprisings in the Muslim world.Muslims from across the UK demonstrate outside the Syrian embassy in Belgrave Square, central London, after a rally organised by Hizb ut-Tahrir, in solidarity with the people rising up across the Arab and Muslim world. Picture date: Saturday May 7, 2011. See PA story PROTEST Syria. Photo credit should read: Yui Mok/PA Wire URN:10668727
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    ARCHIV - Türkische und syrische Demonstranten protestieren am 10.06.2011 in Ankara (Türkei) gegen den syrischen Präsidenten Baschar al-Assad. Wegen der anhaltenden Proteste ist der syrische Präsident jetzt bereit, einen seiner engen Vertrauten zu opfern. Der Geschäftsmann Machluf hat nach Medienberichten seinen Rückzug angekündigt und will sich künftig wohltätigen Zwecken widmen. Foto: Hamza Sahin/epa ANATOLIAN AGENCY TURKEY OUT (Zu dpa vom 17.06.2011) +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++
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    SYMBOLBILD - Anhänger der Hizb al-Tahrir Islamic Bewegung demonstrieren gegen das syrische Regime (im Libanon am 22. April 2011). Seit Wochen protestieren viele Leute in Syrien. Sie fordern, dass das Land anders als bisher regiert wird. Dagegen wehren sich die Regierung und der Präsident. Deswegen gibt es heftige Kämpfe in dem Land. Auch außerhalb des Landes gibt es Proteste. Foto: EPA/NABIL MOUNZER ACHTUNG: Das Bild hat dpa auch im Bildfunk gesendet. +++(c) dpa - Nachrichten für Kinder+++
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    (111113) -- DAMASCUS, Nov. 13, 2011 () -- People attend a rally to support Syria's President Bashar al-Assad in downtown Damascus, Syria, Nov. 13, 2011. ()(xhn)
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    The Danish embassy in the Syrian captial Damascus on fire after hundreds of Syrian protestors stormed the building on Saturday 04 February 2006 and set fire it in protest over cartoons published in a Danish newspaper deemed insulting to Islam's Prophet Mohammed EPA/YOUSSEF BADAWI +++(c) dpa - Report+++
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    Mothers, wives, sisters and children of Syrian anti-government men who were arrested by the security forces hold banners and shout slogans during a protest demanding to release them in the twon of Nawa, Darra city, Syria, on May 4, 2011. UPI/Stringer.. Photo via Newscom picture alliance
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    Do Americans live in a land of freedom and equality where people with vision, brains, and a strong work ethic can have rewarding lives? Or is ours a society where well-being, dignity, and independence are reserved for a narrow elite?

    Bitter Is The Wind is a coming of age novel that traces the lives of George Johnson, Jr and his father from the rural blue collar landscape of upstate New York in the 1970s to the halls of Wharton Business School and the heights of Wall Street. 

    First-time novelist Jim McDermott opens a window on the American working class and its aching desire for financial security, recognition, and respect. His characters confront a modern world with limited possibilities, ambiguous mores, and authorities who seem devoted to keeping the brightest and most talented members of the underclass on the other side of town. Bitter Is The Wind deconstructs the American dream.

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    Do Americans live in a land of freedom and equality where people with vision, brains, and a strong work ethic can have rewarding lives? Or is ours a society where well-being, dignity, and independence are reserved for a narrow elite?

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    First-time novelist Jim McDermott opens a window on the American working class and its aching desire for financial security, recognition, and respect. His characters confront a modern world with limited possibilities, ambiguous mores, and authorities who seem devoted to keeping the brightest and most talented members of the underclass on the other side of town. Bitter Is The Wind deconstructs the American dream.

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    Do Americans live in a land of freedom and equality where people with vision, brains, and a strong work ethic can have rewarding lives? Or is ours a society where well-being, dignity, and independence are reserved for a narrow elite?

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    First-time novelist Jim McDermott opens a window on the American working class and its aching desire for financial security, recognition, and respect. His characters confront a modern world with limited possibilities, ambiguous mores, and authorities who seem devoted to keeping the brightest and most talented members of the underclass on the other side of town. Bitter Is The Wind deconstructs the American dream.

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    Kisses From A Distance begins in 1895 at a Lebanese mountain convent where a young girl was abducted and given into a marriage that she neither anticipated nor desired. The story exquisitely details the resulting consequences of this event.

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    Elizabeth Jenkins, 17, raised on a Congo mission station, is under intense pressure to marry the station doctor, twenty years her senior. Hours before the wedding, Elizabeth flees. She runs toward the wider world beyond the station. She reaches Nairobi, a place of danger for a single woman without a protecting clan. Can she survive? The Girl Ran Away chronicles the journey of Liz across two continents, in and out of the arms of three lovers, to find a life she can call her own.

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    In The Other Side of the Wall the author recounts his experiences in Palestine as a member of a prominent organization of peace activists called the International Solidarity Movement (ISM). This controversial group, which works on the front lines of the conflict in both the West Bank and Gaza, has been accused of supporting Palestinian terrorism, but it has also been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. The author witnesses the brutality of the Occupation and the countless forms of humiliations the Palestinians face on a daily basis, such as violence meted out by both soldiers and settlers, long waits at checkpoints, home demolitions, travel restrictions, unfair economic practices, arbitrary detention and arrest, and long prison sentences.

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    Fred Hunter arrives in the Congo in 1963, three years after its chaotic independence. He expects heat, jungle, hardship, even violence. Instead he finds the Kivu, a kind of paradise. It lay nestled among Rift Valley lakes. The climate was benign, the beauty extraordinary. It was peaceful, people got along, and an African king lived atop the nearby mountains. Enchanted, his senses alert, he writes about the people and his adventures: the Congolese employee, a womanizing rogue, with whom travels; a Foreign Service family with whom he lodges; an American academic intoxicated by Africa; a lady missionary lost in time; a visit to that African king; mud-trapped, hippos-surrounded, in a deserted game park at nightfall; a Kivu girl with whom he falls in love. The memoir takes you along on these Kivu adventures. It offers glimpses of an Africa that circumstance and conflict keep alive only in memory and memoir.

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