Transits

Author : Betty Lundsted
ISBN : 0877285039
Genre : Astrology
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Category: Astrology

The Transits Of Venus

Author : William Sheehan
ISBN : UOM:39015060102434
Genre : Science
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In this unique and fascinating history of science, acclaimed popular science writer Sheehan and award-winning geographer Westfall take readers back through the centuries to chronicle the intrepid explorations of scientists and adventurers who studied the transits of Venus in the quest for scientific understanding. Maps & tables.
Category: Science

Transits

Author : Jaime Forsythe
ISBN : 9780978218515
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 74.41 MB
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Ten emerging Canadian writers explore pace and place in stories where movement is central. Transits is about people who are mobile and things which are transient, (im)migrating, running away, coming home, waiting.
Category: Fiction

Transits Of Venus

Author : Richard Anthony Proctor
ISBN : NYPL:33433057754792
Genre : Venus (Planet)
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Category: Venus (Planet)

Transits

Author : Giovanni Cianci
ISBN : 3039119494
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The intersection between space and narrative has often aroused critical interest, especially in the cross-fertilization of language and imagination. In Modernist avant-garde culture this activity was particularly intense and turbulent. Not only did science and technology undergo sudden and rapid developments in the early twentieth century, but the powerful geopolitical movements of the time effectively redrew the maps of the Western world. The essays in this collection address the ways in which three generations of British and American artists responded to these ontological changes, as they were both literally and metaphorically 'thrown' on the roads. Drawing upon a new geographical awareness in the work of critics such as Michel de Certeau, Henri Lefebvre, Arjun Appadurai, Edward Soja and Doreen Massey, this book invites the reader to explore the disrupted territories of Modernism. It offers readings of places as diverse as William Faulkner's Mississippi, Virginia Woolf's Thames, Ford Madox Ford's Romney Marsh, W.H. Auden's islands, Christopher Isherwood's alternative Berlin and Ruben Martinez's "transfrontera." The writers in the volume explore a geography of edges, borders and trails and investigate the aesthetic modes fashioned by nomadic practices."
Category: Literary Criticism

Pluto

Author : Jeff Green
ISBN : 0875422969
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
File Size : 74.4 MB
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Now you can learn all the details about the influence of the most distant planet of the solar system on your astrological chart and discover more about yourself, when you read Pluto Volume I by Jeff Green. In Pluto Volume I, you will discover virtually every important feature of that planet: ·Pluto's House, Sign, and Polarity Point ·A complete description of the meaning of Pluto in each House and Sign ·Pluto in Aspect to other planets ·Pluto in Transits, Progressions, and Solar Returns ·Pluto and the four natural evolutionary conditions ·Pluto Retrograde ·The four ways Pluto affects evolution in your life Pluto Volume I does more than just look at the planet in your chart. In truth, it represents nothing less than the evolutionary journey of your Soul. If you have ever asked, "Why am I here?" or "What are the lessons I need to learn in this lifetime?" then this book will help you to objectively discover the answers from an astrological point of view. If you are a professional counselor whose clients come to you with these types of questions, Pluto Volume I will serve as an aid in helping you objectively answer the questions for your clients. Beyond presenting key principles and ideas about the nature of the evolutionary journey of the Soul, Pluto Volume I supplies practical, concise, and specific astrological methods and techniques that pinpoint the answers to the above questions. Green spent a decade developing the methods and techniques given in this book, and he has worked with thousands of clients who have asked these very questions. If you study the material in Pluto Volume I carefully and then apply it to your own chart, you will discover an objective vehicle to uncover the essence of your own state of being. The understanding that this promotes can help you cooperate with, instead of resist, the evolutionary and karmic lessons of your life. If you wish to learn more about yourself and your development, while expanding your knowledge of astrology, get Pluto Volume I. This is a Print-on-Demand title. Please allow an additional 2-3 days for delivery.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Transits Of Venus Iau C196

Author : D. W. Kurtz
ISBN : 0521849071
Genre : Science
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Proceedings of the IAU C196 meeting, which coincided with the 8 June 2004 transit of Venus.
Category: Science

Border Transits

Author : Ana María Manzanas Calvo
ISBN : 9789042022492
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 44.62 MB
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"What Constitutes A Border Situation? How translatable and "portable" is the border? What are the borders of words surrounding the border? In its five sections, Border Transits: Literature and Culture across the Line intends to address these issues as it brings together visions of border dynamics from both sides of the Atlantic Ocean. The volume is of interest for scholars and researchers in the field of Border studies, Chicano studies, "Ethnic Studies," as well as American Literature and Culture."--BOOK JACKET.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Transits In Reverse

Author : Edna Copeland Ryneveld
ISBN : 0875426743
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Category: Body, Mind & Spirit