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Defying the Verdict by Charita Cole Brown

Title Defying the Verdict
Author Charita Cole Brown
Publisher
Release 2018
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 300
ISBN 9781945883071
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Against doctors' predictions, Charita Cole Brown has been able to manage her bipolar disorder for more than twenty-five years.

The Verdict of History by Virginia Lalli

Title The Verdict of History
Author Virginia Lalli
Publisher AuthorHouse
Release 2016-03-24
Category Law
Total Pages 120
ISBN 1504986776
Language English, Spanish, and French
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An injustice to one is a threat made to all (Montesquieu). This book seeks to document and analyse the great legal trials of history, from ancient times to our days. The protagonists include Socrates, Catiline, Sacco and Vanzetti, and Oscar Wilde. The careful reader will naturally wonder, how fair were these trials? This book narrates the trials and provides an original historical account of the evolution of human civilization from a range of perspectives. Indeed, the author posits that from the various charges, exchanges between prosecution and defence and intentions expressed in the cases. The great existential values of humanity are revealed. Our protagonists embodied ideals that remain current to this day. Each one of them has left us a specific message to reflect upon.

Defying the Fates by Henry H. Gleisner

Title Defying the Fates
Author Henry H. Gleisner
Publisher
Release 2000
Category Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)
Total Pages 298
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title LIM KIT SIANG Defying the Odds
Author Ooi Kee Beng
Publisher Marshall Cavendish International Asia Pte Ltd
Release 2015-05-15
Category Political Science
Total Pages 249
ISBN 981467737X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Lim Kit Siang has been fighting on the forefront of Malaysian politics since the late 1960s. Uncompromising in his mission to pull the country away from systemic race-based politics and all the ills that stem from the sustainment of these over five decades, he was jailed twice without trial. His persistence saw him and his followers well placed to participate in the surprising resurgence of political opposition over the last 15 years. Since 2008, his Democratic Action Party has grown greatly in strength, and together with its allies, has been able to seriously challenge the ruling coalition. This book captures the spirit of Lim’s life, and describes the grim yet gratifying journey that his refusal to compromise on his political convictions forced him to take. It is the tale of a man who felt he had no choice, and consequently, whose impact on his country’s history is great. In that sense, his story is also a narrative about a country that has yet to fulfil the great promise that it holds

50 Days of Hope by Lynn Eib

Title 50 Days of Hope
Author Lynn Eib
Publisher Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
Release 2012-05-18
Category Religion
Total Pages 256
ISBN 9781414374574
Language English, Spanish, and French
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You’ve just heard a diagnosis that shakes your world: It's cancer. And what you long for most is the hope that everything will be okay. You are not alone. As a longtime cancer survivor, Lynn Eib knows firsthand how that feels. And as a patient advocate helping thousands facing cancer, she also knows what gives people hope. In 50 Days of Hope, Lynn shares amazing, true stories of those who have been in your shoes and discovered that when God and cancer meet, hope is never far away. Whether you’re a cancer patient or walking with a loved one on a cancer journey, you’ll find 50 Days of Hope packed with the daily dose of encouragement you need.

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Release 2002
Category India
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Rescuers Defying the Nazis by Toby Axelrod

Title Rescuers Defying the Nazis
Author Toby Axelrod
Publisher The Rosen Publishing Group
Release 1999
Category Juvenile Nonfiction
Total Pages 64
ISBN 9780823928484
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Relates the stories of courageous non-Jewish teenagers who rescued Jews from the Nazis.

To Defy the Monster by Albert Arthur Allison

Title To Defy the Monster
Author Albert Arthur Allison
Publisher iUniverse
Release 2005-03
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 292
ISBN 0595332986
Language English, Spanish, and French
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July 8, 1932, 11 PM. East Austin, an African-American district in Jim Crow Texas. Sixty-year-old Charles Johnson is driving home from Bible study when a car full of young white men swerves in front of him. A brief altercation ensues. Convinced that his life is threatened, Johnson fires his pistol and drives away. Johnson's shot kills the unarmed, eighteen-year-old son of Albert Allison, a prominent cotton landlord, influential in politics and an advocate for racial justice. To Defy the Monster shows how the confluence of unique cultural and historical events determines Johnson fate and why Allison orders his family never to speak of the matter."A family's compelling racial truth has been unearthed for future generations with Al Allison eloquently redefining justice and healing"-Joyce F. King, author of Hate Crime-The story of a Dragging in Jasper, Texas

Defying The Verdict by Tamara Gurin

Title Defying The Verdict
Author Tamara Gurin
Publisher Independently Published
Release 2020-01-05
Category
Total Pages 162
ISBN 9781653507832
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book is an emotional, yet factual and detailed account of a successful recovery from an illness considered incurable by mainstream medicine.Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is a severe, chronic pain condition, often accompanied by inflammation, swelling, spasms, and irreversible changes in the musculoskeletal system. Only about 20% of patients achieve "successful outcomes," which often means a reduction, but not a complete elimination of symptoms. Chances of recovery decrease with age. Treatments are often invasive, result in serious side effects, and may have to be repeated for the rest of the patient's life.Crippled by neuropathic pain and uncontrollable muscle contraction (dystonia), the author refused to settle for anything less than a full recovery and return to a normal lifestyle. She objectively had poor prospects due to her age (58 at the onset of disease), yet her story has a happy ending: full remission without invasive treatments or drugs. As she overcame one challenge after another, Tamara promised herself that in case of a successful recovery she would write a book to help others defeat their chronic pain conditions.Her story begins, like many CRPS stories, with misdiagnosis. Incorrectly diagnosed with carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) due to the abnormal electromyography (EMG) test results, she kept searching for an accurate diagnosis and a path to recovery. Her journey started as a search for cure but ended as a story of self-discovery and personal triumph over adversity. There was no spontaneous miracle: the author worked with mainstream healthcare providers, but also used unorthodox psychosomatic approaches that are now slowly gaining acceptance. This book is full of practical advice for those with movement disorders, such as dystonia, and with chronic pain conditions in any part of the body. Those with a diagnosis of carpal tunnel syndrome may benefit from this book, especially if their symptoms developed without an obvious preceding injury or repetitive stress on the hands or wrists. Unlike many other books on chronic pain, this book sets the reader on the path of ultimately getting rid of symptoms rather than teaching you how to cope with pain for the rest of your life.

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