La Giara The Water Jug

Author: Patricia King Haddad
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 1543903231
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As he glanced down at the newspaper dated January 22, 1917, President
Woodrow Wilson's smile glared back at him. Nunzio detested the optimistic photo
. The early darkening of the winter sky weighed on him. “Am I kidding myself? Am
I going to be like this for the rest of my life? Really, how long can I endure on my
own? What I would do for a little warmth, some sun, and a hot breeze.” He felt
suspended between the elusive promise of America and the disturbing thought
that he ...

The Papers Of Woodrow Wilson

Author: Woodrow Wilson
Publisher:
ISBN:
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Woodrow Wilson, Arthur Stanley Link. Are not these great events to send across
the ocean? But now ... I had a nice little note from Mr. Bridges today thanking us
for "the pleasantest holiday of his life," and enclosing a dear little Kodax picture of
Jessie smiling. The letter I enclose12 is the only one of consequence for you. ...
Arthur Ralph Thomas Hillebrand '00, the pitcher, who struck out nine Yale batters
and got two hits himself. 10 Herman Milton Suter, a special student, 1895-98.

Woodrow Wilson

Author: William Barksdale Maynard
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 0300142706
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21 Princeton showed this vividly. When, for example, the Class of 1895 had
graduated, its 250 members had enjoyed a college experience that in many ways
had changed little since 1875 or even 1775. Ordinary Presbyterians still far
outnumbered rich Episcopalians. Everybody knew everybody in the compact
student body. Class solidarity remained ardent. Dormitories had no running water
except maybe a tap in the basement, and every room had a pitcher that froze on
January ...

Notebooks

Author: Tennessee Williams
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 9780300116823
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Later Drank half a pitcher of water to relieve my hunger. Found a few grapes left
in bottom of sack - two were eatable. When hunger drives a man to a crime it
should not be considered a crime - except against the man who committed it.
Later - Can't sleep. Empty stomach &c "crabs". Remember the New York days -
the plush days when I had a room at the Woodrow - that pleasant little penthouse
room that looked over Central Park. The portable victrola by my bed and always
money ...

How Baseball Explains America

Author: Hal Bodley
Publisher: Triumph Books
ISBN: 1623688078
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He was 12 years old when Little League teams were formed in his hometown of
Middletown. Joey was larger than most boys his age, but too old by rules to pitch.
So he played first base. But after graduating from Little League he became a
pitcher, dominating opponents in American Legion baseball and opponents of
Woodrow Wilson High School, where he threw three nohitters. The Milwaukee
Braves signed him after he graduated in 1953, and because he received a
$40,000 bonus ...

Hood Bonnet And Little Brown Jug

Author: Norman D. Brown
Publisher: TAMU Press
ISBN:
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vored soil conservation; a proper system of marketing farm products; reduction in
the tax rate by equalizing the burden of government; law enforcement; a
reduction in the number of state employees; "purity of the ballot box";
reforestation of cutover land; construction of storage reservoirs to conserve water
for irrigation; construction of water power plants for mills and factories along
Texas streams ("Factories," the candidate said, "should be encouraged to
operate in small towns where ...

When The Cheering Stopped

Author: Gene Smith
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1504039742
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The Last Years of Woodrow Wilson Gene Smith. sleeping. On the evening of
October 1 there was a movie in the East Room and afterward ... A little after he
went to his own room the First Lady noticed he had left the watch on the table and
took it in to him. “That worries me, to have left that watch there,” he said. “It is not
like me. ... She found him sitting on the side of his bed trying to reach for a water
bottle. As she gave it to him she noticed his left hand hung loosely. “I have no
feeling in ...

First Contact

Author: Patrick Woodrow
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1448136202
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Patrick Woodrow. Her tongue had swollen in the night and now felt like a crust of
bark. She tried propping herself up on her elbow only to collapse back. As she
did so, her hand rocked the water bottle. The canteen teetered but remained
upright, heavy enough to withstand the knock. Last night it had been lighter.
Water! The thought alone was enough to galvanise her. This time Melanie
managed to sit up. W'ithin seconds the canteen's lid was unscrewed, the tin cold
against her ...

Darkness Light

Author: Penn Puck
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
ISBN: 1426924461
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was a little nervous. She knew Gallen would be there any minute expecting some
food from supper. How can I get her to leave? Gia looked over at Marianna lying
on her bed reading a book and sipping juice from a straw out of her water bottle.
Woodrow just sat in the corner of the bed with its head tilting to one side. Gia felt
weird as if the bear was staring at her again. Shaking her head, she returned her
focus on Gallen and the vent. If Marianna saw Gallen in the vent she would tell on
 ...

English Story

Author: Woodrow Wyatt
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Woodrow Wyatt, Susan Wyatt. really interest her. She was immersed in defeat
and thoughts of revenge ; she had lost the keys of the cellar, she had lost Mr.
Farrance, she had lost her great secret— the buying and selling of land. Sleep
came with ... bottle, the fish was dead. She laid it between her sister's sheets.
With the spring, the sisters' spirits revived. The cold, clear air brought a little
colour to their cheeks, and a small but savoury incident provided an exciting topic
of conversation.