Author: Torgny Lindgren
Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic
ISBN: 9780715632642
Size: 57.40 MB
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Hash from the Author: Torgny Lindgren. In a small town where an epidemic of tuberculosis rages, Robert Maser, a travelling garment salesman arrives and persuades the local schoolteacher, Lars, to join him on a bizarre quest to find the world's best Swedish hash. Together they wander the Swedish countryside to sample the variety of humble family recipes.

Popular Mobilization And Empowerment In Georgia S Rose Revolution

Author: Kelli Hash-Gonzalez
Publisher: Lexington Books
ISBN: 0739173553
Size: 21.50 MB
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Popular Mobilization And Empowerment In Georgia S Rose Revolution from the Author: Kelli Hash-Gonzalez. While other studies explain the Rose Revolution in terms of the contribution of the “power players,” Popular Mobilization and Empowerment in Georgia’s Rose Revolution, by Kelli Hash-Gonzalez, adds to our understanding of the event by examining it from the perspective of ordinary citizens. Hash-Gonzalez shows how the movement frames targeted people’s emotions, as well as their beliefs and values to more effectively mobilize them for action. Using the election fraud as a focal point, movement leaders and activists amplified the emotions and beliefs incorporated in the themes of injustice, dignity, and duty, which supported movement participation. They also appealed to people’s emotions and beliefs in an effort to transform the common frame of political powerlessness, which worked against participation. The book also examines the role that emotional energy played in mobilization. The achievement of a critical mass of protestors was surprising, given the hopelessness, cynicism, and alienation in the region’s political culture. This level of participation was essential for movement emergence and success. Without the people, none of the other necessary factors—NGOs, civil society, financial resources, foreign support or interference, the media, government vulnerability, political elites, opposition unity—could have achieved a legitimate regime change. Popular Mobilization and Empowerment in Georgia’s Rose Revolution is an in-depth examination of a significant political moment from the perspective of the people who lived it.

Sas Hash Object Programming Made Easy

Author: Michele M. Burlew
Publisher: SAS Institute
ISBN: 1612900984
Size: 63.89 MB
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Sas Hash Object Programming Made Easy from the Author: Michele M. Burlew. Hash objects, an efficient look-up tool in the SAS DATA step, are object-oriented programming structures that function differently from traditional SAS language statements. Michele Burlew's SAS Hash Object Programming Made Easy shows readers how to use these powerful features, which they can program to quickly look up and manage data and to conserve computing resources. SAS provides various look-up techniques, and hash objects are among the newest, so therefore many users may not have yet used them. Because the examples presented vary in complexity, SAS Hash Object Programming Made Easy is useful to SAS users of all experience levels, from novice programmer to advanced programmer. Novice programmers can adapt some of the simpler hash programming techniques as they develop their SAS programming skills. This book helps more experienced programmers learn how to take advantage of hash object programming by comparing traditional processing techniques to those that use hash objects. Additionally, users from diverse fields with different requirements can adapt the examples in SAS Hash Object Programming Made Easy to fit their unique situations. This book is part of the SAS Press program.

Hash House Lingo

Author: Jack Smiley
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486481123
Size: 12.92 MB
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Hash House Lingo from the Author: Jack Smiley. Originally published in 1941, this pocket-sized volume preserves the language of diners and roadside restaurants during the '30s and '40s. From "all hot" (baked potato) to "dog soup" (water), the long-lost terms are part fascinating, part funny, and often politically incorrect by today's standards. Historic photos from the Library of Congress add nostalgic appeal.


Author: Robert Connell Clarke
Publisher: Red Eye Press
ISBN: 9780929349077
Size: 43.22 MB
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Hashish from the Author: Robert Connell Clarke. This lavishly illustrated compendium of all things hashish appeals to illicit substance consumers, medical users, and history buffs alike. Author Robert Connell Clarke traces hashish origins, history, consumption, production and chemistry, from earliest times to the present. Traditional methods of collecting cannabis resin and processing it into hashish are described in detail. The second edition of Hashish boasts more than 270 photographs, drawings, maps, graphs, and tables, including 63 updated color photographs. It also includes bibliographical references and a useful index.


Author: Wensley Clarkson
ISBN: 9781782061977
Size: 39.54 MB
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Hash from the Author: Wensley Clarkson. For millions of people across the world, lighting up a joint is no more controversial than having a cup of tea. But in Hash Wensley Clarkson explores the dark and sinister side of this multi-billion pound business: one fuelled by a brutal underworld network of dealers, drug barons, bent cops and even terrorists. Sex, intimidation, bribery and murder are all employed in a quest for vast profits. Travelling from the lawless Rif mountains in Morocco to darkened warehouses in Spain, protected by heavily armed gangsters, this is a revelatory roller-coaster ride through the secret world of Hash.

Pattaya Hash

Author: Avram Mednick
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 9781450277532
Size: 57.65 MB
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Pattaya Hash from the Author: Avram Mednick. This book, which takes place in the present, is about a family dealing with the challenges of modern life. Beyond that, however, it is a commentary about different ways, some healthy, some not, that people are choosing to network in the 21st century.


Author: Clark Haass
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 0985638028
Size: 28.71 MB
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Hashcapades from the Author: Clark Haass. Hashcapades: The Art of the Perfect Hash Adventure is your guide to unlimited hash escapades, adulation from family and friends, and reduced carbon footprint from your leftovers. Inside, you’ll realize that hash is more than just a can of corned beef hash. You’ll discover over 30 delicious recipes for hash such as: Smoked Salmon Hash, Short Rib Hash, Sweet Potato Hash, Chicken Chipotle Hash and more. Create exotic hashes inspired by India—Chicken Curry & Mustard Seed Potato Hash—or Oaxaca, Mexico—Chicken, Chayote Hash in Mole Sauce. If you are a vegetarian or vegan, hash is still your friend. Just skip the meat or use a meat substitute and chop up your favorite veggies! The adventurous cook should understand that the amount of effort can vary from simply hashing and then frying leftovers to creating the hash from scratch with fresh, wholesome ingredients. Visualize your final creation. With over 50 photos, you’ll be able to see what each recipe looks like and how to present it like an expert. Today, right now is the moment for hash to take its rightful place in your cooking repertoire without shame and most certainly with gusto and panache.