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4 Most : Vol. 1, Issue 2

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Un Horrible Assassinat Commis sur L'Ordre Special du Sultan Abdul-...

By: Comite Ottoman D'Union et de Progr├Ęs
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The Ottoman Power in Europe, Its Nature, Its Growth, And Its Decli...

By: Freeman, Edward Augustus, 1823-1892
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Nomination : Hearing of the Committee on Labor and Human Resources...

By: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Human Resources
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Whats New in Human Resources Programs

By: epartment of Commerce

Excerpt: Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Human Capital Management Audit The Department of Commerce will be the subject of an OPM human capital management audit during the last quarter of FY 2005 (July 1 to September 30, 2005). As in the past, OPM will examine the use of human resources authorities, but the focus will be on how the authorities are used to sustain three key drivers of human capital management: talent, leadership/knowledge management, and results-oriented performance culture.

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Shakespeare's First Folio

By: William Shakespeare
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The Mystery on the Snow

By: Tom Stephens

Excerpt: NEW YORK is a city where many people have unusual occupations. There are, for example, individuals who make their living snipping at newspapers with a pair of scissors. These persons operate newsclipping agencies. Pay them a fee, and they will deliver to you clippings concerning yourself from all over the world?providing you are important enough to have had your name appear in all those newspapers. Clippings can be had concerning others, as well.

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The Amazing Marriage

By: George Meredith

ENTER DAME GOSSIP AS CHORUS. Everybody has heard of the beautiful Countess of Cressett, who was one of the lights of this country at the time when crowned heads were running over Europe, crying out for charity?s sake to be amused after their tiresome work of slaughter: and you know what a dread they have of moping.

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A Visit from Santa Claus

Excerpt: Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house Not a creature was stirring not even a mouse, The stockings were hung by the chimney with care in hopes that...

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A Dog of Flanders

By: Maria Louise Rame Ouida

Excerpt: They were friends in a friendship closer than brotherhood. Nello was a little Ardennois. Patrasche was a big Fleming. They were both of the same age by length of years, yet one was still young, and the other was already old. They had dwelt together almost all their days: both were orphaned and destitute, and owed their lives to the same hand. It had been the beginning of the tie between them, their first bond of sympathy; and it had strengthened day by day, and ...

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A Child's Garden of Verses

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

Excerpt: For the long nights you lay awake and watched for my unworthy sake: for your most comfortable hand that led me through the uneven land: for all the story books you read: for all the pains you comforted: for all you pitied, all you bore, in sad and happy days of yore:- my second mother, my first wife, the angel of my infant life- from the sick child, now well and old, take, nurse, the little book you hold!

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A Child's Garden of Verses

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

Excerpt: For and watched for my unworthy sake: for your most comfortable hand that led me through the uneven land: for all the story books you read: for all the pains you comforted: for all you pitied, all you bore, in sad and happy days of yore: my second mother, my first wife, the angel of my infant life from the sick child, now well and old, take, nurse, the little book you hold!

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A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court

By: Mark Twain

Excerpt: THE ungentle laws and customs touched upon in this tale are historical, and the episodes which are used to illustrate them are also historical. It is not pretended that these laws and customs existed in England in the sixth century; no, it is only pretended that inasmuch as they existed in the English and other civilizations of far later times, it is safe to consider that it is no libel upon the sixth century to suppose them to have been in practice in that day ...

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A Little Princess

By: Frances Hodgson Burnett

Chapter 1: Sara Once on a dark winter's day, when the yellow fog hung so thick and heavy in the streets of London that the lamps were lighted and the shop windows blazed with gas as they do at night, an odd-looking little girl sat in a cab with her father and was driven rather slowly through the big thoroughfares. She sat with her feet tucked under her, and leaned against her father, who held her in his arm, as she stared out of the window at the passing people with a qu...

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A Great Joke on Jimmy Skunk

By: Thornton W. Burgess

Excerpt: Lipperty-lip away we go! Away we go! Away we go! Lipperty-lip away we go across the white and shining snow!

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A Christmas Carol

By: Charles Dickens

Chapter 1: Stave 1, MARLEY'S GHOST. Marley was dead, to begin with. There is no doubt whatever about that. The register of his burial was signed by the clergyman, the clerk, the undertaker, and the chief mourner. Scrooge signed it. And Scrooge's name was good upon 'Change, for anything he chose to put his hand to. Old Marley was as dead as a door-nail. Mind! I don't mean to say that I know, of my own knowledge, what there is particularly dead about a door-nail. I might h...

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Adventures of Captain Bonneville

By: Washington Irving

Excerpt: CAPTAIN BONNEVILLE, French-born American, was a ?rover-by instinct? but had to postpone his own free roving for a long time, going where the war department told him to go and staying where it told him to stay until he was thirty-five years old. After graduating from the Military Academy in 1815, he spent eight years at frontier army posts, four years at Fort Smith, Arkansas, and four years at Fort Gibson, Oklahoma. While at the latter place he slowly made up his...

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Community Action for Montana

By: Montana. Human Resources Division
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