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In Plenty and in Time of Need by Lia T. Bascomb

Title In Plenty and in Time of Need
Author Lia T. Bascomb
Publisher Rutgers University Press
Release 2019-12-13
Category Art
Total Pages 307
ISBN 197880394X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

In Plenty and in Time of Need uses music and performance as sites of analysis for the competing ideals and realities of Barbadian national culture. The book demonstrates complex relations between national, gendered, and sexual identities in Barbados, and how these identities are represented and interpreted on a global stage.

Title BIM Barbados Island Memories
Author Khaidji
Publisher Lulu.com
Release 2016-07-29
Category Poetry
Total Pages 54
ISBN 1365066754
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

BIM- Barbados Island Memories is a collection of acrostic poems by Khaidji, each taken from the 24 lines of the National Anthem of Barbados. The first poem therefore is "In Plenty And In Time Of Need." The poems included here have been recorded and read on local radio, traditionally on Independence Day. Read the cleverly crafted poems that teach of Barbados and its people, Bajans.

Title The Complete Guide to National Symbols and Emblems 2 volumes
Author James B. Minahan
Publisher ABC-CLIO
Release 2009-12-23
Category Reference
Total Pages 977
ISBN 0313344973
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

These two volumes offer an unprecedented collection of flags, seals, and symbols used every day around the world. • Entries are organized by region and then alphabetically by country • An extensive print and nonprint bibliography directs students to sources for further research

Pan Africanism in Barbados by Rodney Worrell

Title Pan Africanism in Barbados
Author Rodney Worrell
Publisher New Academia Publishing, LLC
Release 2005
Category History
Total Pages 152
ISBN 9780974493466
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

This pioneering work traces the development of Pan-Africanism in Barbados during the 20th century by looking at the major sociopolitical Pan-African formations.

SongCite by William D. Goodfellow

Title SongCite
Author William D. Goodfellow
Publisher Routledge
Release 2014-02-04
Category Music
Total Pages 408
ISBN 1135681104
Language English, Spanish, and French
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First Published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Let s Get Together by Gabe Lett

Title Let s Get Together
Author Gabe Lett
Publisher Tate Publishing
Release 2008
Category
Total Pages 164
ISBN 1602478937
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Do you feel that you just go through the motions while you're at church? No one wants to feel this way, but sadly too many do. Let's Get Together is an insightful and helpful guide in connecting you into the community known as the Church. Author Gabe Lett provides a thorough understanding of the state of community in the Church today and offers sound biblical principles upon which to connect you to the family of God. Everyone needs a social network, a context in which to grow through the challenge and support of others. Whether you are a regular church attendee, a casual churchgoer, or never even stepped foot into a sanctuary, we all want to belong somewhere and feel connected to others. Let's Get Together and build a community where we all belong.

Words from Awaki by Bernetha George, MD

Title Words from Awaki
Author Bernetha George, MD
Publisher AuthorHouse
Release 2014-11-20
Category Religion
Total Pages 544
ISBN 1496953703
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Don’t believe the hype; believe what you see. Apocalypse, as we have come to fear, is not apocalypse as it truly is. We live today in the time of “apocalypse,” and for some, it is pure torment. For those around the world living with bombs raining down on them, yes, that is apocalyptic torture as we feared. For those thousands and millions, throughout the universe, visited and killed by the deadly flu and flu-like diseases (SARS, swine flu, bird flu, West Nile virus, etc.), Ebola, tuberculosis, measles, cholera, dengue fever, EV-D68, and HIV/AIDS, yes, those are apocalyptic diseases as we feared. For those ravished, killed, left homeless, and totally dispossessed by these record-breaking seemingly “wicked” weather events we are currently experiencing, yes, they would agree that these are for certain apocalyptic changes as we feared. However, given there are over seven billion of us on the planet and those apocalyptic events mentioned have only killed millions, not billions, of us, they don’t seem to rise to the level of chaos and destruction we have been conditioned to fear as being apocalyptic. Nevertheless, our over exaggerated, deep-seated, and conditioned fears notwithstanding, Armageddon is upon us, and the signs of it have been for almost twenty years that we know of. Those above mentioned apocalyptic occurrences are the signs we were all told would be by “John the Revelator” in Revelation. November 1995 to May 1996, no fewer than seventy of us were told by an angel, Awaki, and his Angels of God that the signs had already begun and that Armageddon would begin in the year 2000. Our story, no matter how far-fetched it may seem, is true. The evidentiary events of war, disease, and bizarre weather changes we witness daily provide for us the credibility of what we were told. The angel Shakardak told us, “Some will see and they will believe, some will not see and they will believe, some will hear and they will believe, and some will not hear and they will believe; and then there will be those who will see and they will not believe, and there will be those who will hear and they will not believe.”

Title Showtime On The Showboat
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Publisher Pioneer Drama Service, Inc.
Release
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Total Pages 28
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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