Warrior

Warrior Author Kristina Douglas
ISBN-10 9781451655940
Release 2012-04-24
Pages 400
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A born warrior, archangel Michael is dedicated to the Fallen’s survival. But only one woman understands the seductive hunger that he cannot forsake. There comes a time in every angel’s life . . . Every little girl imagines, now and then, that she’s a princess held captive in a tower. But Victoria Bellona is almost twenty-five. And that whole fairy-tale scenario? That’s her real life. The drop-dead gorgeous man who rescues her is no Prince Charming. He’s the gruff archangel Michael, and he insists that Tory is the Fallen’s only hope for ending Uriel’s vicious rule. She insists he’s crazy. . . . to show his brethren what he’s made of. According to the prophecy, Michael must marry this frustrating, fascinating creature, bed her, and drink her blood. But their fate is a double-edged sword. If they give in to their urgently growing desires, Tory will die in battle. If they refuse, she will die anyway, and with her, all of mankind. Michael is determined to find another solution when a traitorous kidnapper forces him into a deadly confrontation. Even if he can save Tory from Uriel’s ruthless clutches, will they ever really be together? Or is her fatal destiny—and the world’s—written in stone?



Fallen Warrior

Fallen Warrior Author Clover Autrey
ISBN-10
Release 2015-05-16
Pages 14
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Short Story Introduction to the Eaglekins As a fealinn, Eilwen has a natural affinty to nature, but when one of the tempermental eagles of Gaspar leads her to a hole the eagle's True-bonded Eaglekin has fallen into, Eilwen puts old animosity aside to try and save him.



Fallen Warrior

Fallen Warrior Author Michael M. Sharpe
ISBN-10 0986362247
Release 2015-05-01
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One man's true story about his triumphs and failures and the unforeseen realities of deceit, dirty politics and lead spineless leadership involving the charter school movement.



The Fallen

The Fallen Author Sean M. Bazaar
ISBN-10 9781475958997
Release 2012-11
Pages 224
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Armageddon has come. Angels and demons have erupted onto Earth's surface, battling for domination. Alisha Grace witnesses this battle, and she, like so many others, expects the angels to win. It soon becomes apparent, however, that the demon forces have powers beyond belief as Gabriel's angelic forces lose Armageddon. Rai is a fallen angel, leading the fight with his demon allies. Commander Krillion and Captain Zara are leaders in the Seraphim force, and although their armies have lost to Lucifer's demonic legions, they will not give up. But there is much more to this endgame battle than meets the eye. Even demons have history, and Rai will soon discover on which side he truly belongs. In the meantime, Israfil, the angel of judgement day, receives a new vision. As hell covers the Earth in its dark genesis, Israfil senses the building of a new team that will fight the evil ones. A demon, a girl from Earth, warriors of the Seraphim and a being brought forth from Purgatory will fight on the same side and only time will tell if they will be victorious, or if hope will be lost and darkness will rule the world for all eternity.



Chronicles of the Fallen

Chronicles of the Fallen Author A. S. Chambers
ISBN-10 9781503590670
Release 2015-07-31
Pages 80
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It was funny I started this book as therapy through counseling, but I found the more I wrote, the more people became interested. My wife began this journey for me into writing by just throwing it in front of people to just get their opinion on what seems long ago a simple short story, but to my surprise, they wanted more and more, and I was asked by many people when I was going to publish; well, here it is. Please enjoy. I look forward to creating my next one.



Between Victory and Defeat

Between Victory and Defeat Author Nathan Todd Arrington
ISBN-10 OCLC:810065002
Release 2010
Pages 634
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This dissertation examines the visual reception of military casualties in fifth-century Athens: the place of the war dead in the city's physical, artistic, and cognitive landscapes; the construction of a public visual rhetoric of struggle and sacrifice; and the refraction of this ideal in private art. To put it simply: Where were the fallen, how were they presented, and how were they viewed? To answer these questions, I examine the public cemetery ("demosion sema"), the monuments therein, the images of death and defeat on the Akropolis, and the relationship of this imagery to that found on private symposium vessels. I use the concept of "framing" to analyze and explicate the material culture surrounding the war dead in ancient Athens. By "frames" I refer to the physical settings of both objects (including ashes or bodies) and of images related to the fallen, together with other aspects of material culture that inhabit those settings and surround the objects and images under study. At the same time, I am interested in how these physical frames create referential frames: the mental structures that we use to understand the activity around us. Physical frame, referential frame, form, and content work together to produce meaning. In different places at different times, the fallen warrior could be viewed as belonging to a victory, to a defeat, or to the conceptual space between the two: the moments of intense struggle and effort when individuals strove to secure victory and avoid defeat. Following an introductory chapter, the second chapter presents the first comprehensive archaeological study of the "demosion sema," the public cemetery. Compiling and analyzing the findings from over three hundred urban rescue excavations, I demonstrate that the cemetery was established ca. 500 BC along the so-called Academy Road, and spread a short distance eastward. I trace the use of this space through time and show that the cemetery was not a delimited, organized, or controlled area. The war dead were removed from the center of the city into a setting with few visitors and interspersed among private graves, shrines, and workshops. By integrating the war dead into the landscape, the polis mitigated their potentially disruptive presence. I juxtapose the spatial arrangement at Athens with the layout of the Yasukuni shrine for Japanese war dead and suggest a model for understanding the organization of the "demosion sema." The third chapter addresses the artwork within the "demosion sema." The cemetery was not a place of lavish display in the early fifth century, and often the state burials dissociated themselves from the aristocratic monuments of the past. Moreover, they did not provide models for late fifth-century private funerary sculpture. The casualty lists, the defining visual aspect of the state burials, were potential monuments to defeat. The format and appearance of the lists, together with their epigrams and crowning figural reliefs, show how the Athenians mourned their losses while simultaneously creating defiant monuments of power and collective resilience. They historicized more than heroized the war dead, locating them in an extended narrative that blurred distinctions between victory and defeat. The casualty lists, particularly their friezes, did not passively honor the dead but created a viewer-oriented rhetoric focused on "agon." The fourth chapter turns to intra-mural sacred space. The Akropolis was not a stage for victory dedications alone but a place in which the Athenians repeatedly confronted the fallen warrior. Victory monuments and references to the fallen shared a concern to articulate, explain, and strengthen the relationship between mortals and immortals. Elaborating on C. Marconi's work on "kosmos" and T. Hölscher's study of "decor," and drawing on A. Gell's analysis of agency in art, I show that the representations of the fallen belonged to an imagery that actively invoked the gods through pleasing and appropriate depictions and that simultaneously confronted viewers and compelled them to contemplate the dead. They internalized death and the civic ideology of sacrifice for the city. Chapter five discusses the framing of the fallen on symposium vessels through a close study of the mythical Kaineus. This defeated Lapith could be framed to display heroic resistance, a victory in the face of death. However, a complete study of the images that accompany Kaineus on black-figure and red-figure pottery shows that in the fifth century artists sometimes framed Kaineus' defeat with scenes designed to elicit connotations to his earlier female gender. In the setting of the symposium, pervaded by sporting and play, the defeated Greek was not sacred. No sooner were martial ideals presented than they were subverted. The potential for Kaineus to be comic, either because of his posture or because of the surprise elicited through the framing devices, facilitated the viewer's gaze on death and defeat. This dissertation reaches the following five conclusions: 1) at Athens the war dead often were forgotten; 2) public intra-mural spaces could be used to portray the leadership and sacrifice of prominent individuals; 3) expanding the referential frame minimized the impact of defeat; 4) death on public monuments was not presented in the guise of victory, but embedded in a narrative of "agon"; and 5) images of the fallen on the Akropolis and in the symposium worked upon the viewer to internalize and accept death.



The Temple of Apollo Bassitas The sculpture

The Temple of Apollo Bassitas  The sculpture Author Frederick A. Cooper
ISBN-10 0876619472
Release 1992
Pages 158
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The definitive publication of the Temple of Apollo at Bassai, in the NW Peloponnese, this is one of four volumes representing the culmination of years of study by Professor Fred Cooper of the University of Minnesota and other scholars throughout the world. An identifiable work of Iktinos, the architect of the Parthenon, the building exhibits numerous unusual and uncanonical features that heralded a revolution in Greek architectural design. Volume II contains Brian Madigan's study of the sculptural program and Cooper's analysis of the relevant parts of the entablature.



Memoirs of a Fallen Political Warrior

Memoirs of a Fallen Political Warrior Author Ashley Mitchell
ISBN-10 NWU:35556002557023
Release 1974
Pages 82
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In the struggle between warring parents, who will protect the child? Garry Hartshorn and Softie Monaghan were never love's young dream. Not even on their wedding day. Softie was sophisticated, a career woman, who owned a nice apartment overlooking St Kilda Beach. Garry had a few rough edges, plus one failed marriage and an assortment of jobs under his belt. But Softie's body clock was ticking, and Garry wanted children... So they got married, and produced the only thing they ever had in common. Matilda. Now, two years later, their golden-haired child is at the centre of a bitter custody battle. Both parents insist that her well-being is the only thing they care about. Yet, in truth, Matilda was always the one most likely to become lost.



If Fallen Angels Could Fly

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ISBN-10 9782954500300
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Lords of the Fallen Strategy Guide

Lords of the Fallen   Strategy Guide Author GamerGuides.com
ISBN-10 9781631027277
Release 2015-11-07
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Lords of the Fallen takes us on a journey to a dark and mysterious world where the lands of Keystone are under attack from an interdimensional demonic army. Join Harkyn: a branded, outcast criminal who is freed to seek his redemption through a bid to bring the invaders to their knees. Lords of the Fallen takes many of its cues and gameplay mechanics from the notoriously difficult Dark Souls series (and can be a little tricky itself at times) but puts some new and interesting spins on From Software's winning formula. Let us guide you through Harkyn’s adventure every step of the way. Our comprehensive guide will provide you with: - Complete walkthrough from beginning to end. - Complete list of side-quests incorporated into the main walkthrough. - Winning strategies to take down the assortment of nasty bosses. - Strategies to fight each type of enemy. - Locations of every collectible, including those found only in New Game +. - Locations of all the unique/legendary items. - Locations of every Empty Bottle and Attribute/Spell Point Shard. - Achievement/trophy unlock guide.



Demon Warrior

Demon Warrior Author Jaymi Mozeak
ISBN-10 9781449780418
Release 2012-10-08
Pages 244
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"I act like a demon, I want things a demon wants, I even look like a demon ... I drank the blood of an angel ... How can You want me? I am nothing compared to your followers, the lowest of the particles of the dust at their feet.” Follow Silver Fox, a brave young wolf-dog, in her quest for a place for herself among the glories of heaven. She looks like a demon and is hampered, abused, and mistrusted because of it. She feels like no one will trust her. No one wants her around. No one will love her except Shepherd, the white lion. He alone invites her into the New Jerusalem. He asks her to join the army. He sees something in her that no one else sees. He knows she is something the armies of heaven need: a demon warrior.



Gideons Warrior s

Gideons Warrior s Author Douglas Mullis
ISBN-10 9781441481641
Release 2008-10-31
Pages 414
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Ride with Gunny Sargent Tom Harper as he does battle with the forces of evil to recover the Ark of the Covenant and finds love, true friendship and forgiveness along the way. Just back from his second tour in Iraq Tom decides to take a road trip on his '64 panhead and runs into trouble with an outlaw gang which leads him to discover that there is more to life than he ever imagined. He finds true love, with a woman, and with God as well as friends that truely are his family. One dollar of every sale will go to the Christian Motorcycle Asoc. Run for the Son where it will help to bring the Word to people all over the world. Thank you and God bless..



Fallen

Fallen Author K L Jones
ISBN-10
Release 2015-01-16
Pages 745
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When is it right to want what is wrong? When morality and emotion collide, which will be the victor? Angel De Winter has her life planned out. She will Qualify and marry the boy she loves. When greed and fate converge, forever altering the course of her life, Angel finds out what it is to fall, and not care whether she survives. A figure from the Isle’s past returns, causing a disruption in the De Winter family that quickly extends far beyond the walls of their home. An unthinkable betrayal forces everyone to make brutal and devastating sacrifices, culminating in a violent battle that will decide the fate of the Isle.



Catalogue of the bronzes Greek Roman and Etruscan

Catalogue of the bronzes  Greek  Roman  and Etruscan Author Henry Beauchamp Walters
ISBN-10 HARVARD:32044108357351
Release 1899
Pages 394
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The Crucifixion of the Warrior God

The Crucifixion of the Warrior God Author Gregory A. Boyd
ISBN-10 9781506420769
Release 2017-04-17
Pages 1492
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A dramatic tension confronts every Christian believer and interpreter of Scripture: on the one hand, we encounter images of God commanding and engaging in horrendous violence: one the other hand, we encounter the non-violent teachings and example of Jesus, whose loving, self-sacrificial death and resurrection is held up as the supreme revelation of God’s character in the New Testament. How do we reconcile the tension between these seemingly disparate depictions? Are they even capable of reconciliation? Throughout Christian history, many different answers have been proposed, ranging from the long-rejected explanation that these contrasting depictions are of two entirely different ‘gods’ to recent social and cultural theories of metaphor and narrative representation. The Crucifixion of the Warrior God takes up this dramatic tension and the range of proposed answers in an epic constructive investigation. Over two volumes, renowned theologian and biblical scholar Gregory A. Boyd argues that we must take seriously the full range of Scripture as inspired, including its violent depictions of God. At the same time, we must take just as seriously the absolute centrality of the crucified and risen Christ as the supreme revelation of God. Developing a theological interpretation of Scripture that he labels a “cruciform hermeneutic,” Boyd demonstrates how Scripture’s violent images of God are completely reframed and their violence subverted when they are interpreted through the lens of the cross and resurrection. Indeed, when read through this lens, Boyd argues that these violent depictions can be shown to bear witness to the same self-sacrificial character of God that was supremely revealed on the cross.



When Warriors Fall

When Warriors Fall Author Carolyn Marie Hudler
ISBN-10 9781449754853
Release 2012-06
Pages 320
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Travel inside the mind of the man and woman of God who have fallen on the battlefield of sin. Realize the struggles and heartache of each one who has confronted elements of loss, defeat, and death. Delve into the heartbeat of many who loved God, yet found themselves steeped in sin, fighting an unseen warrior and struggling to find their way back into fellowship with the Lord. Discover God’s redemptive power and transforming grace that encamps around the fallen, who will once again believe that God loves them, and has a plan for their lives. Learn from Roni Simone about the confusion and social pressures that lead a woman to choose abortion, and walk with her through the trials she endures, in her fight to overcome and choose life. Struggle with Amos, who is enslaved by the temptation of pornography, and watch carefully as the forces of evil horde in to steal, kill, and destroy. Walk through the maze of disillusionment that is spun in Mara’s life by the spirit of bitterness. Prepare to change. You may in some way see yourself in the life of one of these characters, and discover there is hope. Steady your heart for the doors that will open as you realize Jesus can set you free. Armor up, as the Holy Spirit prepares you to go in to the battlefield to rescue a fallen warrior, and know that He will bring to mind the need for restoration in your life, or in the life of someone near you.



A Catalogue of the Greek and Etruscan Vases in the British Museum

A Catalogue of the Greek and Etruscan Vases in the British Museum Author British Museum. Dept. of Greek and Roman Antiquities
ISBN-10 WISC:89057256612
Release 1896
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