Indonesian edition of: Kaze no Sylphid 11 by Yukihisa Motojima ISBN 4-06-311729-4 @ 1991 Yukihisa Motojima First published in Japan 1991 by Kodansha Ltd. - Tokyo Setelah pacuan Kitsuka, Sylphid dan Maximum dipersiapkan kembali untuk mengikuti pacuan Arima, pacuan untuk kuda berusia 5 tahun. Sylphid melakukan latihan pacu dengan Idaten Arrow, kuda peraih juara 2 pada pacuan Tenno. Sedangkan saingannya, Maximum, melakukan latihan pacu dengan Hinuma Bork, si juara pacuan Tenno. Bagaimanakah persiapan kedua kuda berusia 4 tahun itu dalam menghadapi pacuan berikutnya...?
Een pijp langs de Antwerpse Scheldekade: het enige aanknopingspunt bij de verdwijning van Albrecht Stuyt, een missiepriester aan wie een geurtje van pedofilie kleeft. Bizar genoeg vinden duikers bij het dreggen niet het lijk van de geestelijke, maar wel dat van Pina Gonzalez, een voormalig hoertje uit het Schipperskwartier. Commissaris Liese Meerhout van de Antwerpse moordbrigade krijgt kop noch staart aan het verhaal. Het parket beschouwt de zaak van de verdrinkingsdood van de prostituee als afgedaan, maar Liese zoekt koppig verder.
Wanneer uiteindelijk ook het verminkte lijk van de gewurgde missionaris aanspoelt, stapelen de vragen zich op. Want wie zit achter de moord? De hebberige neef van Stuyt? Een Afrikaanse smokkelbende? Corrupte pooiers en genadeloze smokkelaars.
Algauw raakt Liese Meerhout verstrikt in een kluwen van intriges, doodsbedreigingen, rauwe seks en gewetenswroeging. Niets blijkt moeilijker dan zoeken naar de waarheid in dood water.
The complete script of the five-time Academy Award(r) nominated film, with a lengthy introduction with details on the behind-the-scenes production, photos, and a special section in which the authors discuss the 22 films that influenced them. 24 b/w photos. The Newmarket Shooting Script(tm) Series features an attractive 7 x 9 1/4 inch format that includes a facsimile of the film's shooting script, as chosen by the writer and/or director, exclusive notes on the film's production and history, stills, and credits.
Shame on Me....I thought we were friends? Fool me once shame on you, fool me twice, shame on me! Divorce----Ex's----Should we befriend them? I had been told he would always be my friend. I had believed that. If that is so then why do I now feel so differently? What did I do to change things? Nothing, absolutely nothing. Nothing previously...nothing recently....no good reason to be ignored ....except for the fact that I am the ex wife.
He changed...he made choices...
someday he will know if they were the right choices....perhaps he already does know. Maybe it should be "shame on him" in the very end.
There are no 12 steps to follow.
I won't lead you in that direction. But I will tell you my story and let you make your own choices as to did I do the right thing or not along the way. This is my story and it needs to be heard. I have kept things quiet for way to long. It all started to end back in 1997. I suppose you could say it started ending way before that, but I could write that in a different book. I am a woman of strong faith & never gave up on our marriage. I fasted, I prayed, I was a submissive wife, I loved unconditionally, I forgave...
I believe where is says in the Bible that God hates divorce...
I hate divorce...but I also believe strongly that there is no room for abuse in any form in a marriage, especially a Christian marriage. And God also feels that way. When I decided to leave it was as if I had all of a sudden awakened & saw my life from a different perspective than I had prior.
I would rather be alone & happy than live in a marriage without a partner. Being alone while living with someone is far more alone than actually living your life alone. So I left a marriage to a man I had been with since 1973. This was very hard for me to do, but I had Gods arms around me as I did this. I had moved into an unfurnished efficiency apartment, within 5 days of leaving I started dating my hubby again. I guess you could say that I was afraid to upset his world, so it was easier to just keep things as peaceful as I could. I never stopped loving my husband, to this day I will always love him, it is just that I grew in areas that he did not & over time I could say that I was not in love with him anymore. I did not leave him because I did not love him anymore, there was no one else in my life...I take pride in the fact I was a faithful wife. I left because of verbal abuse & hostility towards me and a strong feeling of not being loved. The first few years after I left were tough, working 3 jobs at one point to make ends meet. But all during this time I dated hubby. We shared every holiday of importance with our son. I was ready to move back after 2 and a half years of living on my own because I had thought he loved me. I believe he did ...... Keep your heart open to love. For the forgiving word of a loved one, the compassion, the zest in life. Always be open to receive these from others. Because when you close your heart to another when these are offered that is when you start to allow bitterness, unforgiving, rage and anger to get a foot in the door and begin building that wall that could keep you from the biggest bing yet to come in your life. I am not perfect by no means, He is still working on me. Choices we all make them, some bad, some good. But we also have a choice in how we handle the choices we make. Allow your self room for failure because it is how we handle these situations we can then see growth in ourselves and begin to like ourselves. And perhaps maybe the only person you have to forgive is yourself for not forgiving yourself for making bad choices. A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO: Pat Casella, Sewickley, PA Artist ....Pat, Thank you for the wonderfully designed cover.
You have captured what we were after so beautifully.
God B you for your help!
After her return from a few days off-world, Jane finds that things are not quite the way she left them.
Corporate managers have hired zombies to fill open positions (They work for nearly nothing and they don't need healthcare, because they're dead.) But zombies are the least of Jane's problems! Dorrie signs her up for a lesbian soccer league, Jane's vintage VW van is haunted by her dead uncle, Dorothy has a near death experience and Jill gets waylaid by a psychoactive toad!
"No matter how hard I rattle this maraca, I can't seem to shake a new ship out of it." Tagon's Toughs are on shore leave: No ship, no payroll, and no prospects. Then a ship becomes available at a price that's just too low to pass up, even if it does mean that there might possibly be some strings attached--long invisible ones trailing straight back to the Galactic Core... This is the seventh print collection of Schlock Mercenary, the epic space opera delivered four panels at a time. It features 176 pages of comics in full color along with margin art and a never-seen-on-the-web bonus story.