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All With Smiling Faces


Author : Paul Brown
language : en
Publisher: Superelastic
Release Date : 2014-09-29

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An early history of Newcastle United, investigating how the football club came to mean so much to so many supporters. How did Newcastle become United? When was the club formed, and where did it play before moving to St James' Park? Who were the men who built the club, and how did they turn it into the most successful club in the country? What was it like to support Newcastle in the Victorian and Edwardian eras, and why has the bond between the club and its fans remained so strong? All With Smiling Faces takes a wander through the early history of Newcastle United to discover how the club came to mean so much to so many. Covering the club's first 30 years, from its foundation as Stanley FC in 1881 to its triumphant FA Cup win in 1910, the book visits the grounds, meets the players, mingles with the fans, and relives the matches that helped make Newcastle United.

Enemies With Smiling Faces


Author : Donald C. Posterski
language : en
Publisher: ReadHowYouWant.com
Release Date : 2009-11-11

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The world is a dangerous place. Enemies lurk in all corners-in our churches and in the world. Their faces are different, but they are equally deceptive. We must learn to recognize the enemies before our minds are twisted by their ungodly concepts. Some enemies come in the form of popular Christian concepts that are not truly biblical, such as QUICK-FIX FAITH FEELING-ONLY FAITH ONE-SIDED FAITH SPIRITUAL SUPERIORITY Other enemies are the common notions we absorb from our world, such as SELF-RELIANCE AFFLUENZA SHALLOW CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT PRIVATIZED FAITH In this book Don Posterski offers sound counsel in learning to be ''wise as serpents and innocent as doves.'' Ultimately, we need not simply to resist but to love our enemies, and Posterski helps us find strategies for relating to and living among enemies with smiling faces.

Beware Of Smiling Faces


Author : D. Michael Werts
language : en
Publisher: D. Micheal Werts
Release Date : 2013-10-08

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A zombie apoyclypse with a twist. Prepare yourself, for a slight human trait makes the already bone chilling effect of the undead even worse. Along with a bit of humor, follow this short introduction to Beware of Smiling Faces.

Savage Enthusiasm


Author : Paul Brown
language : en
Publisher: Goal Post
Release Date : 2017-09-07

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How did we become football fans? Savage Enthusiasm traces the evolution of the football fan from the sport's earliest origins right up to the present day, exploring how football became the world's most popular spectator sport, and why it became the undisputed game of the people.

Mrs Mustard S Baby Faces


Author : Jane Wattenberg
language : en
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Release Date : 1989-09-01

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Nothing is more enticing to a baby than another baby. This vibrantly colored folding board book contains twelve pictures of darling baby faces against a variety of backgrounds--on one side there are six happy, smiling babies and on the other, six cranky, crying babies. The book folds open accordion style, so it can stand up in a crib or on the floor to amuse even the youngest infant. The sturdy board construction is designed to withstand baby's curiosity and provide some lasting power to baby's first book. Parents, teachers, and caregivers can use Mrs. Mustard's Baby Faces to entertain infants and to help toddlers examine the complicated range of emotions falling under the general labels "happy" and "sad."

Dogs Who Smile


Author : Virginia Woof
language : en
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Release Date : 2013-07-02

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Can dogs really smile? It's a bone of contention, but yes, they can! Dogs Who Smile is jam-packed with ludicrously funny photos of the happiest hounds around. From beaming Border Collies and delighted Dachshunds, to laughing Labradors and cheerful Chihuahuas, some pooches love their dog's life so much they've got to smile about it. Filled with uproarious captions like: - "Quick! Dude! YouTube this!" - My bite is worse than my bark. Mwah-ha-ha! - Well somebody's gotta use mum's fitness DVD... - Just smile and it'll soon be over... - I call this my 'pug shot' - Who. Are. You. Calling. A. Sausage?! Guaranteed to make you howl with laughter, this is a must for any dog lover. A laugh-out-loud funny collection of photographs of dogs that have the ability to smile

Flying Over An Olive Grove


Author : Mark Metcalf
language : en
Publisher: epubli
Release Date : 2016-10-31

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Flying Over An Olive Grove is the first great working-class football story. Born at a unique moment in the history of the beautiful game, Fred Spiksley was amongst a new wave of teenagers who from 1885 onwards could aspire to be a professional footballer and dodge the inevitability of industrial labour. He became the first player to score a hat-trick against Scotland and in 1896 he guided Sheffield Wednesday to FA Cup glory with 4 goals and 8 assists during the cup run. His first goal in the final is considered by some to be the fastest ever goal in FA Cup final history. At his peak he was the fastest winger in England and possessed total ball control. He was a player with such ability that he was able to take his club and country to the pinnacle of football during an era where his slender frame did not suit the rough treatment that was often meted out to him. With Fred Spiksley on the field no match was ever lost. Even with two broken ribs, he had the pluck and tenacity to remain on the field and score the winning goal in an epic FA Cup tie at Olive Grove, the ground where he made his name; 'the Olive Grove Flyer'. He scored over 300 career goals and won every major honour in the game, and holds the record for the highest goals-to-game ratio of any winger in the history of English football. His fame extended around the World as he became the first professional footballer to coach across three continents. In Europe he managed the Swedish national team and guided 1FC Nuremberg to the German Championship in 1927.