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Hitchhiking from Vietnam - Richard H. Chamberlin
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1975, ISBN: 9780978909307

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RareBooksClub. Paperback. New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 30 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.1in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1830 Excerpt: . . . To Tov IwdvvTjv Krjpvai, fidirriafia. V. 38. --Explain also the construction of the first clause of this verse. Is avrbv redundant Does Kclto, add intensity to the meaning of KcnaSvvaarevofievovs. Has this word in connection with v7ro Tov SiafioXov the same sign, as Saifiovi6fievos V. 39. --Ov avelXov: What is the various reading V. 41. --What are the two significations of yjuporovkw Kal avveiriofiev: Does this contradict what is said in Matt. xxvi. 29 V. 42. --Krjpvai: Is this the first time that Peter understood clearly what was meant by his Saviours last charge in Matt, xxviii. 19 V. 44. --Since To irvevfia To ariov here denotes the influence of the Holy Spirit; account for the presence of article in this v. and in v. 47. See Gr. Art. p. 382. V. 45. --Oi Ik irepirofirjs: Give instances of similar expressions. Why was circumcision first enjoined What is it intended to denote and enforce Why were those, who accompanied Peter, so astonished at seeing Gentiles receive such marks of divine approbation V. 46. --Explain the phrase XaXelv yXwacnj or yXdoaaau. Does this imply that Cornelius and his friends spoke in a different language from the Latin V. 47. --Is it probable Peter would have offered Baptism to these Gentile converts, had they not first received the Holy Spirit To vSwp KoXvaai: Sim. Ovid. Met. vi. 349. Quid prohibetis aquas Usus communis aquarum. V. 4. 8. --rrpoaeral-e: Whom Why did the Apostles themselves baptise so seldom What is Baptism, and what its end Tit. iii. 5. Eph. v. 25, 26. Adduce arguments, from what is here said, to prove that it is indispensable, CHAPTER XI. A. D. 41. v. 1-21. A. D. 42. v. 22-24. A. D. 43. from v. 25 to the end. V. 1. --Kara rrjv IovSalav: in Judtea. Sim. Xen. Mem. iv. 4, 1. Kal Kara Ttoxiv Kal iv rals arpar. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN., RareBooksClub, RareBooksClub. Paperback. New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 30 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.1in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1875 edition. Excerpt: . . . short. The word NJfp has the Ohaldee feminine termination. The word TO is for the Hebrew m3. It is usually a verb, to give rest, and so used in No. 4 and No. 178; but it is used as a noun in Esther ix. 16, and 2 Chron. vi. 41. No. 11. cbrtf pan n up: pnp Mpa n A peace-offering for the afflicted, who is made to wander about, who is guiltless, cut short. We have the word pDO in No. 74; and judging from the way in which the a in No. 166, though the last letter in the word, is drawn back to be the first, I venture to read this imperfect character here as a Q. In Jerem. xxxi. 22, the Jews and Israelites who did not return home when Cyrus gave them leave to do so, are said to be wandering about, and this word is there used. The cross at the head of this inscription may be the Egyptian character for life, but it was more probably meant for the symbol of Christianity. The writer would not have used a pagan symbol. He was a Christian Jew. He does not contradict the Jewish opinion, that the nations misfortunes were a punishment for guilt; he probably means that the nation was guiltless towards its Roman masters. This may have been written in the second century, when the cross had already become a symbol of Christianity, and while there were yet Jews professing that religion. No. 13. : vibn ppi-ny abut: w w bi pm ap A peace-offering for her that is made bare, broken to pieces, cast off. Raise up the broken lest she die, 0 Jehovah. Or the first line might read as nbilp pi, as if the assembly were naked, broken to pieces. But the above is to be preferred. In Micah iv. 7 we have the verb Kbn, to cast off, to remove far off; or our word may be the adverb nNn, beyond. In pm the middle letter is not. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN., RareBooksClub, RareBooksClub. Paperback. New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 30 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.1in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1906 Excerpt: . . . influential resident in the district, who at this interview promised me his support, and this fact was accordingly publicly announced both by myself and by my committee. After all my polling cards were posted, at the end of the election my political opponent--whether under a misapprehension of the true facts or not it is impossible to say--the day before the poll issued with his polling cards a statement that this was not the case, and that our statements were knowingly false, and though the elector in question did all in his power to set the matter right by writing to the press that he had stated to me that he was one of my supporters, this statement only appeared as a short paragraph amidst a mass of election news on the day of the poll, and was in fact too late to meet the eye of any considerable number of the electors, and it was not as generally known as the original mis-statement. Of course if my election agent had had another spare set of envelopes ready addressed to all the electors, the contradiction could have been sent out at once, and in my three subsequent elections, fought in the same constituency, in all of which I was successful, instructions were always given to my election agent to keep a spare set of envelopes to be used if necessary for the last mis-statements. Fortunately, however, they were not required. And, in my opinion, even if the legal limit of expense has been reached, I should incur a further expense to pay to correct a similar incorrect statement, as it would appear certain that the courts, on application, would allow the expenditure of that additional sum for printing, postage, etc. , if it was pointed out it was solely incurred to contradict a false or malicious statement made at the last minute to affect the resu. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN., RareBooksClub, RareBooksClub. Paperback. New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 30 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.1in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1888 Excerpt: . . . hopelessly involved structure of its sentences. At times it is almost impossible to preserve the connection of thought from beginning to end of the period. The style alone is sufficient to expose it to discredit, it accuses the general of having encouraged Gustavus Adolphus to land in Pomerania, and of having facilitated his landing by weakening the garrisons on the coast. The siege of Nuremberg is made to appear a mere farce on Wallensteins part, and the retreat to Bohemia after the battle of Liitzen an act of cowardice. The Hericht even charges Wallenstein with proposing terms of peace and suspension of hostilities in 1633 without the emperors knowledge and consent; yet the author, whoever he was, must have known that the general was Authorized to treat for peace, and was in constant correspondence with the emperor on the subject. The Bericht, finally, states that the emperors orders were to the effect that Wallenstein, Trzka, and How should be arrested and conveyed tc some safe place where they might be properly tried, or be secured dead or alive. The two clauses contradict one another. We now know that the clause dead or alive was inserted at the suggestion of the King of Hungary, who observed that it would be advisable to publish against the traitors aententiam post mortem. The two patents of deposition contain no such order (F. W. B. in. 177, 200), and the emperor himself solemnly denied ever having given one (R. W. 490). The impression which the Jiericht creates, and which it was intended to create, is that Wallenstein was simply a traitor to the House of Austria from beginning to end of his second command. But the Sericht, bad as it is, is not the worst. It derived much of its malignity from an anonymous pamph. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN., RareBooksClub, RareBooksClub. Paperback. New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 30 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.1in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1824 Excerpt: . . . kept at the Negro village, and there certainly was a flock of fifteen or sixteen in the pastures about our house; but they, in part, belonged to slaves on other estates, and three or four of them to my little boy. Now let the reader judge, after taking from this flock what did not belong to Mr. Hibberts Affidavits. Remarks. slaves, of whom there were nearly four hundred upon the estate, whether a great many of them could be possessed of large supplies of goats!!! The Negroes on Georgia, were, when I was there, extremely badly off for fowls and hogs. A few that resided near our house, and a few in the village, possessed a little property in this way; but there is no foundation for the oath that a great many of them had large supplies of fowls and hogs. I repeat, that for the Negroes, whether as venders of the fruit or vegetables, or poultry, or other articles of food they may have to dispose of, or as purchasers of the little necessaries or comforts they may wish to buy in return, Sunday is the only marketday. If they happen to meet their acquaintance at the market, they are, no doubt, pleased; but the idea that pleasure is the principal object which the slaves have in view in attending the markets, is, though sworn to, too ridiculous to require an answer. When the slave-holders are called upon to abolish the Sunday markets, they say it is impossible; and yet we have it now on the oath Affidavits. (10. ) That in other parts of the Island, where clergymen and missionaries have been more zealous or moje successful than Mr. Cooper was, the Negroes have generally become less desirous of attending, and do less attend the Sunday markets than formerly. Edwards says ten thousand Remarks. of one of their own pa. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN., RareBooksClub, Spinoza Publishing. Paperback. New. Paperback. 248 pages. Dimensions: 8.4in. x 5.5in. x 0.7in.This is a funny and intelligently written memoir of a Vietnam veterans search for self. It is an account of Vietanm veteran Richard Chamberlins meandering journey to fulfillment during the 60s and 70s based on an actual cross-country hitchhiking trip the author took when he was 30 years old. The story starts in 1975 in the liberal enclave of Madison, Wisconsin. While the war in Vietnam has just ended and Chamberlin has been out of the service for five years, he is still trying to put his life back together. The first chapter begins in a run-down Madison laundromat where the author meets a mysterious character named Ken-Adi whom he hopes might be his guru. The two of them decide to take off on an adventure together and hitchhike to San Francisco. The trip becomes a spiritual quest and a window into the past. The central part of the book is a series of flashbacks of Chamberlins experiences with the Navys Seabees in Vietnam. While there he wrestles with the absurdities and paradoxes of that war just as todays veterans will have to deal with the contradictions inherent in the current war in Iraq. At the end of the book the author has a conversation with an old friend who inadvertantly helps him put the pieces of his life back together as they watch horses cavort in a corral at sunset on the outskirts of Ft. Collins, Colorado. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Spinoza Publishing

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This is a funny and intelligently written memoir of a Vietnam veteran's search for self. It is an account of Vietanm veteran Richard Chamberlin's meandering journey to fulfillment during the 60's and 70's based on an actual cross-country hitchhiking trip the author took when he was 30 years old. The story starts in 1975 in the liberal enclave of Madison, Wisconsin. While the war in Vietnam has just ended and Chamberlin has been out of the service for five years, he is still trying to put his This is a funny and intelligently written memoir of a Vietnam veteran's search for self. It is an account of Vietanm veteran Richard Chamberlin's meandering journey to fulfillment during the 60's and 70's based on an actual cross-country hitchhiking trip the author took when he was 30 years old. The story starts in 1975 in the liberal enclave of Madison, Wisconsin. While the war in Vietnam has just ended and Chamberlin has been out of the service for five years, he is still trying to put his life back together. The first chapter begins in a run-down Madison laundromat where the author meets a mysterious character named Ken-Adi whom he hopes might be his guru. The two of them decide to take off on an adventure together and hitchhike to San Francisco. The trip becomes a spiritual quest and a window into the past. The central part of the book is a series of flashbacks of Chamberlin's experiences with the Navy's Seabees in Vietnam. While there he wrestles with the absurdities and paradoxes of that war just as today's veterans will have to deal with the contradictions inherent in the current war in Iraq. At the end of the book the author has a conversation with an old friend who inadvertantly helps him put the pieces of his life back together as they watch horses cavort in a corral at sunset on the outskirts of Ft. Collins, Colorado. Books, Biography & Autobiography~~Personal Memoirs, Hitchhiking-from-Vietnam~~Richard-H-Chamberlin, 999999999, Hitchhiking From Vietnam, Richard H Chamberlin, 0978909305, Spinoza Publishing, , , , , Spinoza Publishing

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Hitchhiking from Vietnam: Seeking the Ox is the intimate account of Vietnam veteran Richard Chamberlin's meandering journey to fulfillment during the 1960's and 1970's.The story begins in 1975 in the liberal enclave of Madison, Wisconsin. The war in Vietnam has just ended and even though Chamberlin has been out of the service for five years, he is still struggling to find his place in society. The first chapter begins in a run-down laundromat on Madson's east side where the author meets a myster Hitchhiking from Vietnam: Seeking the Ox is the intimate account of Vietnam veteran Richard Chamberlin's meandering journey to fulfillment during the 1960's and 1970's.The story begins in 1975 in the liberal enclave of Madison, Wisconsin. The war in Vietnam has just ended and even though Chamberlin has been out of the service for five years, he is still struggling to find his place in society. The first chapter begins in a run-down laundromat on Madson's east side where the author meets a mysterious character named Ken-Adi, whom he hopes might become his guru. The two of them decided to take off on an adventure together and hitchhike to San Francisco. The trip becomes a spiritual quest and a window into the past. The central part of the book is a series of flashbacks of Chamberlin's experiences with the Navy's Seabees in Vietnam. At the end of the story, on the outskirts of Fort Collins, Colorado, a conversation with an old friend helps him put the pieces of his life back together. Biography & Memoir, , Hitchhiking from Vietnam: Seeking the Ox~~ Richard Chamberlin~~Biography & Memoir~~9780978909307, en, Hitchhiking from Vietnam: Seeking the Ox, Richard Chamberlin, 9780978909307, Smashwords Edition, 02/07/2014, , , , Smashwords Edition, 02/07/2014

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Chamberlin, Richard H.

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Hitchhiking from Vietnam

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9780978909307

This funny and intelligently written memoir of a Vietnam veterans search for self is based on the actual cross-country hitchhiking trip the author took when he was 30 and living in Madison, Wisconsin. At the end of the book, the author has a conversation with an old friend who inadvertently helps him put the pieces of his life back together as they watch horses cavort in a corral at sunset on the outskirts of Ft. Collins, Colorado.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780978909307
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0978909305
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2007
Herausgeber: Spinoza Publishing
248 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,318 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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