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The Spread


Author : Lamont R. Chatman
language : en
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
Release Date : 2018-05-30

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In mankind’s fight for survival, our humanity will be tested. The carnage and destruction was apocalyptic. What changed the mountainous town of Ghostwood, West Virginia's life long neighbors, friends, and family into mindless killing creatures? Caleb, a mysterious figure with a depraved plan that plummets mankind down the freeway of Armageddon. Thomas Pratt, Ghostwood's sheriff has seen some dark and grisly things during his time in the military. Has his time with the Teams prepared him for the harrowing events that lay ahead? Thomas becomes the reluctant leader of a small group of survivors. The group must find a way to make it through against the horde of mindless infected monsters they once called family. With the infected's enhanced strength and abilities, it is now a question of which of the two species is dominant. A collision course of biblical proportions is set in motion, with the stakes being nothing less than humanity's existence!

Cheating The Spread


Author : Albert J. Figone
language : en
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
Release Date : 2012-10-30

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Delving into the history of gambling and corruption in intercollegiate sports, Cheating the Spread recounts all of the major gambling scandals in college football and basketball. Digging through court records, newspapers, government documents, and university archives and conducting private interviews, Albert J. Figone finds that game rigging has been pervasive and nationwide throughout most of the sports' history. The insidious practice has spread to implicate not only bookies and unscrupulous gamblers but also college administrators, athletic organizers, coaches, fellow students, and the athletes themselves. Naming the players, coaches, gamblers, and go-betweens involved, Figone discusses numerous college basketball and football games reported to have been fixed and describes the various methods used to gain unfair advantage, inside information, or undue profit. His survey of college football includes early years of gambling on games between established schools such as Yale, Princeton, and Harvard; Notre Dame's All-American halfback and skilled gambler George Gipp; and the 1962 allegations of insider information between Alabama coach Paul "Bear" Bryant and former Georgia coach James Wallace "Wally" Butts; and many other recent incidents. Notable events in basketball include the 1951 scandal involving City College of New York and six other schools throughout the East Coast and the Midwest; the 1961 point-shaving incident that put a permanent end to the Dixie Classic tournament; the 1978 scheme in which underworld figures recruited and bribed several Boston College players to ensure a favorable point spread; the 1994-95 Northwestern scandal in which players bet against their own team; and other recent examples of compromised gameplay and gambling.

The Spread Of Buddhism


Author : Ann Heirman
language : en
Publisher: BRILL
Release Date : 2007-05-11

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This book unravels some of the complex factors that allowed or hampered the presence of (certain aspects of) Buddhism in the regions to the north and the east of India, such as Central Asia, China, Tibet, Mongolia, or Korea.

Leg The Spread


Author : Cari Lynn
language : en
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Release Date : 2005

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'Leg The Spread' tells the story of one woman's experience of surviving the stereotyping, stress and sexism of the ultimate boys club - the commodities trading floor.

The Spread Of Novels


Author : Mary Helen McMurran
language : en
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Release Date : 2009-08-24

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Fiction has always been in a state of transformation and circulation: how does this history of mobility inform the emergence of the novel? The Spread of Novels explores the active movements of English and French fiction in the eighteenth century and argues that the new literary form of the novel was the result of a shift in translation. Demonstrating that translation was both the cause and means by which the novel attained success, Mary Helen McMurran shows how this period was a watershed in translation history, signaling the end of a premodern system of translation and the advent of modern literary exchange. McMurran illuminates aspects of prose fiction translation history, including the radical revision of fiction's origins from that of cross-cultural transfer to one rooted by nation; the contradictory pressures of the book trade, which relied on translators to energize the market, despite the increasing devaluation of their labor; and the dynamic role played by prose fiction translation in Anglo-French relations across the Channel and in the New World. McMurran examines French and British novels, as well as fiction that circulated in colonial North America, and she considers primary source materials by writers as varied as Frances Brooke, Daniel Defoe, Samuel Richardson, and Françoise Graffigny. The Spread of Novels reassesses the novel's embodiment of modernity and individualism, discloses the novel's surprisingly unmodern characteristics, and recasts the genre's rise as part of a burgeoning vernacular cosmopolitanism.

The Spread Of Islam


Author : Abul-Fazl Ezzati
language : en
Publisher: ICAS Press
Release Date : 2002

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Islam is one of the world's major religions. Its continued success, from the early days up to the present, during the course of 14 centuries, is due to a multitude of spiritual, religious, intellectual, moral and ethical factors. The course of its development, and the factors contributing to its spread took place in the full light of history and can be fully substantiated by authentic documents. Wee know as much about the prophet Muhammad, the Qur'an, Islam and its spread, as we do about any person, book or phenomenon in history. A scholar or reader does not therefore need to resort to assumptions, legend and mythology. This book helps the reader to understand the processes involved in the spread of a religion that numbers countless adherents, in different parts of the world and among various nations, peoples tribes and races. It is a fairly comprehensive introduction to the history of Islam, dealing mainly with the major factors contributing to its spread. This book has been translated into several languages including Turkish, Persian, Arabic and Hausa.

The Spread


Author : John O'Keefe
language : en
Publisher: John O'Keefe
Release Date : 2010-03-01

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Victor the virgin, Alexander the coward, Guinevere the lady, Aphrodite the slut and Keller the professor all have one thing in common. This Halloween weekend they are going to "Mares Rest," the house that's cursed. To survive, they must depend upon Madam Rue, whose powers extend beyond the spread of the tarot cards; Ezera the mortician, with a secret to hide; and Max the ex-cop, who hates Keller. Love, broken hearts, growing up and walking out of the mansion the morning after are just the beginning of their problems. The author weaves his tapestry carefully for surprise after surprise. Become one of "the three that protect the one in life, so the one may protect the four from Death!"