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Sand Land by Akira Toriyama

Title Sand Land
Author Akira Toriyama
Publisher VIZ Media LLC
Release 2003-12-24
Category Comics & Graphic Novels
Total Pages 224
ISBN 9781591161813
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Land of Lava Ash and Sand by Ronald L. Ives

Title Land of Lava Ash and Sand
Author Ronald L. Ives
Publisher
Release 1989
Category Travel
Total Pages 239
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Land Conveyance Sand Mountain Wilderness Study Area Idaho by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Resources

Title Land Conveyance Sand Mountain Wilderness Study Area Idaho
Author United States. Congress. House. Committee on Resources
Publisher
Release 2002
Category Land titles
Total Pages 4
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Sand Part 2 Out of No Man s Land
Author Hugh Howey
Publisher Random House
Release 2014-02-27
Category Fiction
Total Pages
ISBN 1473507421
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The new novel from the international bestselling author of the Wool trilogy. Part two of Sand by Hugh Howey. The old world is buried. A new one has been forged atop the shifting dunes. Here in this land of howling wind and infernal sand, four siblings find themselves scattered and lost.

Title Kicking Bombs in the Land of Sand
Author Barry Stevens
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release 2013-10-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 224
ISBN 1922132454
Language English, Spanish, and French
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After 22 years in the Army, there was nothing Craig Jackson (CJ) didn’t know about the deadly craft of bomb detection and disposal. He was the go-to guy for clearing an area of explosives. So when he left the military, there was really no choice: his expertise was rare, sought after, and potentially very lucrative. He’d long ago learnt to put the danger to one side; now he loved the adrenaline rush – the exhilaration – of the job, staying cool in the face of death, outsmarting the murderous and wily bomb-makers. Craig establishes his own landmine-clearance company, and is soon catapulted into the thick of the war in Iraq, tasked with disposing of Saddam Hussein’s massive array of bombs, ammunition and weapons. This is Craig’s dream job: getting to play with hundreds of thousands of tons of explosive ordnance, while also doing a bit of good on the side. Everything is going smoothly until a typical convoy sortie in the Iraqi desert turns Craig’s world into a nightmare. Ambushed by a large, well-armed and organised enemy force, Craig and his colleagues are taken prisoner by Saddam’s henchmen. Thrust into a nether world of pain and brutality, all of his thoughts and efforts become focussed on one thing: staying alive. Disarming a bomb would soon come to seem like child’s play, as Craig has to draw on every shred of his mental and physical strength to endure the horrific daily torture at the hands of his captors. He constantly dreams of escape, but will they break him first?

Title Flying in the Land of Sand and Sun
Author James D. Fox
Publisher Xlibris Corporation
Release 2013-02
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 556
ISBN 1479785067
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A pilot retires after 38 years from the world's largest oil company. He accepts a job in another country halfway around the world. His experience flying the cream of business jets is just what his new employer is looking for. He finds it necessary to adapt to his new environment and new associates. The new employer is General Arab Medical Service who supplies workers for the Saudi Arabian Military service. The job entails flying not only high ranking military, medical evacuation, but also members of the Royal Family. The missions are with a mixed crew of copilots, nurses/hostess, doctors, and engineers. Their nationalities are from all over the world. You need to know that in aviation, the world language is English. The mixup due to language difficulties are mostly humorous, but in at least one case almost deadly. A young man from Texas can be surprised from what he finds the people and customs are in New York on his first visit. A young man from New York can find the people and customs in Texas as surprising. A friend and I were standing on a sidewalk looking in a show window in Wichita Falls, Texas when a lady got out of her car and approached us. "Young man can I ask you a question?" "Why yes Mam, what is it." She pointed at my feet, "Don't those things hurt you're feet?" She was asking about the boots I was wearing. "Why no Mam they don't" She turned with look of not understanding and went back to her car which I noticed was wearing Ohio license plates. That was in 1942 and I still remember what my friend and I talked about later. "You reckon that lady never saw cowboy boots before?" "I don't know. Maybe she never saw a horse before." So many years later the same fellow sees people and customs that are completely strange. They speak English, and eat with a knife and fork (most do) and they want to imitate the western world very much. Of course I'm speaking of those that I came in personal contact with. As a reader you must remember their country was only born in 1932. It had no means of entering seriously into world commerce until oil was discovered. Then suddenly they as a country became very rich almost over night. The King made decisions without the help of a Legislature. So, he decided where the money went. The Royal Family got an early cut and infrastructure was on the early list as well. If there was a need for a road, he just told some contractor to build the road, "And make it out of concrete. That asphalt stuff just melts and runs away over here in the desert." Well, if you have roads then you need cars, so the King calls Japan and says, "Send me over a boat load of those little pickups you make." "Well, ok your Highness. What color do you want." "I don't know, just mix them up, Ok?" The Japanese boat arrived and the King tried to give them to the Bedouins from the desert. The nomads only accepted the white ones, all other colors were sent back to Japan. Everyone know that dark colors are no good in the heat. Do you find that humorous? Well, I do. But what do you expect? A tall apartment building in downtown Riyadh is standing empty on the day of my arrival and on the day of my departure. The King had it built for the Bedouins to use . . . for free. The occasion of celebrating the gift from the King, the Bedouins asked, "Where do we put our camels and goats?" "Well, you won't need them here." The gift was rejected straight-away (as the Brits say). Do you find that interesting? Well, I do. How about this. I asked one of my Saudi copilots, "What is your goal?" "What do you mean?" "I mean what are you working for. What do you hope for in the future?" "Oh, I see what you mean. Well, I'm saving my money to buy a camel and move out on the desert." "You mean you would leave your job in aviation, living in a house with indoor plumbing, electricity, and air conditioning to move into a tent in the desert?" "Sure, what's wrong with that?" Well, the time

Land s Edge by Michael L. Hoel

Title Land s Edge
Author Michael L. Hoel
Publisher Globe Pequot Press
Release 1986
Category Science
Total Pages 141
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Traces the history of barrier beaches along the east coast of the U.S., explains how dunes form, and describes the plants and animals that flourish in coastal areas

Title Background Studies Prepared for the Public Land Law Review Commission State land resources and policies Federal legislative jurisdiction Land grants to states Federal public land laws and policies relating to multiple use of public Administrative procedures and the public lands
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Release 1970
Category Public lands
Total Pages
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Land use Geology of Western Curry County Oregon
Author John D. Beaulieu
Publisher
Release 1976
Category Engineering geology
Total Pages 148
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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