Il doit la former au combat… mais rêve de la former au plaisir. Quand Emma rejoint l’armée, elle ne s’attend pas à tomber sur celui qu’elle a tour à tour considéré comme un frère, comme un pur fantasme puis comme un parfait enfoiré ! Malheureusement, impossible de l’éviter : Jake est son instructeur, chargé de la former au combat. Forcée de cohabiter avec lui, Emma se promet au moins une chose : lui faire regretter de l’avoir abandonnée des années plus tôt. Mais Jake ne la regarde plus du tout comme quand elle était gamine, et la tension grimpe en flèche… Pourtant, ils ont un passé commun et des rapports hiérarchiques qui leur interdisent tout rapprochement. Vont-ils réussir à mener le combat le plus compliqué de tous pour réprimer l’attirance qui grandit entre eux ? *** – Je t’ai eue, me dit Jake avant de fondre sur ma bouche pour un baiser passionné. Bon sang que ça m’avait manqué. Jake me mord la lèvre inférieure puis il revient à la charge, invitant ma langue à danser avec la sienne. Un gémissement gronde dans ma gorge, mais il m’intime le silence. – Chuuuuuut, me murmure-t-il, faisant exploser le compteur de mon excitation. Une chaleur inattendue m’envahit alors qu’il ne doit pas faire plus de deux degrés. Il défait mon pantalon rapidement et retire mes chaussures d’un geste impatient. Je me retrouve nue au milieu de la forêt et je croise les doigts pour que personne ne nous surprenne. D’un mouvement, je déboutonne son pantalon et le baisse suffisamment pour avoir accès à ce qui m’intéresse. Malgré le froid, je découvre son érection et je souris. Une lueur brille dans ses yeux quand il me voit m’asseoir sur lui. Je le guide à l’entrée de mon sexe puis m’empale pleinement sur lui. Pas de préliminaire aujourd’hui. Nous n’avons pas le temps et il fait trop froid. Je rejette la tête en arrière et ondule mon bassin pour augmenter le plaisir. Jake attrape mes fesses et m’accompagne dans mes mouvements. Je le sens grossir en moi. C’est si bon. La nuit nous enveloppe et le froid n’a plus aucun effet sur nos corps à moitié dénudés. Seuls notre amour et notre désir ont de l’importance. J’accélère la cadence puis dans un ultime élan, l’orgasme me cueille et expose dans mon corps tout entier. Jake ne tarde pas à me rejoindre et je m’écroule sur son torse, comblée. – Ça ne comptait pas, n’est-ce pas ? demandé-je en relevant la tête après quelques secondes. – C’est-à-dire ? – Je suis toujours dans la course ? Jake sourit et m’embrasse. – Oui, plus que jamais. *** My Instructor, de Marion Laurent, histoire intégrale.

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Building on the measures included in the original 1994 volume and subsequent 2009 volume, Communication Research Measures III: A Sourcebook extends its coverage of measurement issues and trends across the entire communication discipline. Volume III features entirely new content and offers an assessment of new measures in mass, interpersonal, instructional, group, organizational, family, health, and intercultural communication and highlights work in emergent subdisciplines in communication, including social media and new communication technologies, sports communication, and public relations. The “best of the best” from 2009 through today, the profiled research measures in Volume III serve as models for future scale development and constitute the main tools that researchers can use for self-administered measurement of people’s attitudes, conceptions of themselves, and perceptions of others. This book is ideal for undergraduate and graduate courses that emphasize quantitative research methods, measurement, and/or survey design across communication studies disciplines.

Author Elizabeth E. Graham,Joseph P. Mazer
Isbn 1351397133
Genre Language Arts & Disciplines
Year 2019-10-10
Pages 528
Language English
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This book discusses pedagogical solutions that enable students to see how capitalist processes and economic inequalities intersect and shape our assumptions and behaviours. The contributors provide thoughtful reflections on the struggles and opportunities instructors face in teaching about these topics while competing against the invisibility of capitalist forces and prevalent social myths, such as “anyone who works hard can achieve”. This book will not only help instructors empower students to recognize economic injustice and its interaction with capitalist organization, but also develops and acts on transformative solutions. Through analysis of the classed dimensions of the current political, economics, and cultural climate, as well as presenting novel lesson plans and classroom activities, this book is of great value for college and university professors.

Author Kristin Haltinner,Leontina Hormel
Isbn 3319711415
Genre Social Science
Year 2018-01-02
Pages 380
Language English
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This memoir records Mr. Griffins life during his twenty years of military service. It begins when he was eighteen and joined the army and ends when he retired at thirty-eight. It describes his flaws, struggles, successes, failures, weaknesses, and insecurities as he faced the challenges of military service. At the same time, it examines the relationship between two kids who got married too young. It describes their struggles and failures during the turmoil of army life, including many overseas moves, raising kids, loneliness from frequent and long separations, and the results.

Author Neal Griffin
Isbn 1524625108
Genre Biography & Autobiography
Year 2016-08-19
Pages 736
Language English
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My Journey: from Horses and Iceboxes to Aero Planes and Refrigeration is the story of one man life. Edward Gehweiler tells stories of about his small town childhood in the early 1900s and the business that was owned and run by his extended family. He recounts the unexpected life that military service brought to everyday people during World War II. He chronicles his move back home and the struggle to find employment as the armed forces released an army into civilian life. He tells stories about his work experiences, his friendships, and raising a family. In his own words, Edward tells of his journey through the twentieth century. Edward

Author Edward Gehweiler
Isbn 9781453559246
Genre Biography & Autobiography
Year 2010-09-24
Pages 180
Language English
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This book highlights the latest in educational technology. Here are ideas that are not only intellectually intriguing but also practical and practice-building, inspiring educators to move beyond traditional teaching roles toward learning design.

Author Michael Orey,Stephanie A. Jones,Robert Maribe Branch
Isbn 9781441915160
Genre Education
Year 2010-03-10
Pages 468
Language English
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After eight years of short-service commission in the Royal Navy, flying the latest supersonic jet fighter from the deck of an aircraft carrier, the writer moved to a new challengethat of starting a farm in the wilds of the African bush in Northern Rhodesia, or the dreaded Black North. After nearly twenty years as a successful farmer growing crops of tobacco and maize while ranching cattle on an adjoining farm, he returned to the commercial-flying world as a charter pilot. His career ended as a training captain with an airline, flying BAC 1-11 aircraft around the sunny Mediterranean. This is the story of an ordinary individual named Richard Jenkins whose philosophy in life is this: With Gods help, anyone can do anything. This philosophy stood him in good stead throughout his life, whether being catapulted from aircraft carriers, bracing against the winds of change blowing over the farming area of Mkushi in the newly independent African state of Zambia, or trekking up to eighteen thousand feet in the Himalayas. This book, written in an easy, descriptive style, takes the reader on a long, unusual, and fascinating story of his experiences, which have not ended yet.

Author Richard Jenkins
Isbn 1514494043
Genre Biography & Autobiography
Year 2016-09-06
Pages 318
Language English
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On 6 August and 8 August 1945, the world changed forever with the release of two atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan. In January 1947, the United States informed the British Government that they would not provide technical data for the production of nuclear weapons. It was therefore decided that Britain would produce its own bombs. In July 1944, the first operational jet aircraft, the Meteor, entered service in the RAF and the Government decided to develop jet-powered aircraft capable of dropping nuclear weapons, resulting in the development of the ‘V’ bombers: Valiant, Vulcan and Victor. As a result of the deteriorating relationship with Russia, the United States, as part of NATO, worked with the UK and co-operated in nuclear operational planning with US bomber aircraft based in the UK. Later, as a result of the development of nuclear power, submarines were fitted with nuclear weapons which resulted in the deterrent role passing from the RAF to the Royal Navy. However, the Cold War provided a unique role and responsibility for the RAF. My Target was Leningrad – V Force: Preserving our Democracy is unique in that it is a human story, not just a list of technical facts and bomber data. With many previously unpublished photographs from the author’s private collection, this is the chilling story of what really happened and how close the world came to World War III and a nuclear apocalypse. Unlike other military historians, author Philip Goodall not only flew the mighty V bombers in action, but was also tasked to drop the bomb on Leningrad.

Author Philip Goodall
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Year 2017-04-21
Pages N.A
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This edited book reflects a much needed area of scholarship as the voices of African American (AA) or Black students defined by various labels such as learning disability, blindness/visual impairment, cognitive development, speech or language impairment, and hearing impairment are rare within the scholarly literature. Students tagged with those identifiers within the Pk-20 academic system have not only been ignored, and discounted, but have also had their learning framed from a deficit perspective rather than a strength-based perspective. Moreover, it was uncommon to hear first person narratives about how AA students have understood their positions within the general education and special education systems. Therefore, with a pervasive lack of knowledge when it comes to understanding the experiences of AA with disabilities, this book describes personal experiences, and challenges the idea that AA students with disabilities are substandard. While this book will emphasize successful narratives, it will also provide counter-narratives to demystify the myth that those with disabilities cannot succeed or obtain terminal degrees. Overall, this edited book is a much needed contribution to the scholarly literature and may help teachers across a wide array of academic disciplines in meeting the academic and social needs of AA students with disabilities. ENDORSEMENTS: Dr. Shawn Robinson’s collection of personal narratives raises critical questions about the U. S. public education system. Written by African Americans compartmentalized in special education programs because of actual or perceived disabilities, these stories will impel readers even tangentially affiliated with educational institutions to consider testing, placement, mainstreaming, retention and promotion, and other assessment policies that determine grade-level readiness. Thanks to Robinson, the perspectives of these graduates who surmounted barriers to more positive and accommodating learning environments now receive proper attention. ~ John Pruitt, University of Wisconsin-Rock County With a bold vision, Dr. Shawn Anthony Robinson enters the discussion of Special Education with a collection of narratives that highlight the struggles and triumphs of marginalized students. In America, we have a long, contested history of “inclusion” of students of color and difference in our public, mainstream institutions. When these students are invited to the education table, they still must overcome persistent and pernicious barriers to true and equal educational opportunities. Consequently, students are left to “sink or swim” in oceans disparity and inequity. This collection of narratives and counter-narratives, confront the absence of adequate research and other empirical evidence of pedagogy and practice that would be essential to 21st Century progress in educational praxis. This volume represents one, important step towards adding new voices to the continuing struggle of meaningful inclusion. How might students of color and difference succeed in an education system that provides “no room to bloom? The authors address this challenge by exploring topics such as Aspirational Capital, Linguistic Capital, Familial Capital, Social Capital, Navigational Capital and Resistance Capital. The reader will be exposed to ideas that will help students “make a way out of no way” by working both within and against educational systems full of barriers and opportunities. Congratulations to Dr. Robinson and his colleagues as the content of this volume represents an important contribution to the extant literature. ~ Gregory A. Diggs , Denver, Colorado

Author Shawn Anthony Robinson
Isbn 1641131861
Genre Education
Year 2018-02-01
Pages 149
Language English
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"AIRBORNE TO CHAIRBORNE" ´Chairborne´ is not commonly used as one word but as separated ´chair borne´, but Encarta Dictionary gives the meaning of this used as one word as: "holding sedentary military job" Work at a desk in an office job in the armed forces rather than having combat or field duties. Since, I started my lawyer´s career within the air force going into the Department of the Judge Advocate, I think it is appropriately used.

Author A.S. Ahluwalia
Isbn 1469196581
Genre Biography & Autobiography
Year 2012-06-28
Pages 699
Language English
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Discover the Life-Significant Choice! The words throughout this book re-emphasizes the life-principal that it is our everyday choices, not our major choices... that shapes the outcomes in our lives. This book will help you identify the reasons you are in the position you are in today, and offer you simple, but effective solutions to help you discover your potential. The Life-Significant Choice emphasizes that it is not our greater moments, but it is our daily activities that makes us who we are. Throughout this book, the author explains the reasoning behind the majority of our choices, the importance of making your own decisions, and how to maximize your 'everyday' while experiencing the benefits of discovering your Life-Significant Choice. Keywords: New, Inspiring, Informative, Motivational, Life Changing, Great, Smart, Challenging, Dynamic, Insightful.

Author Dee Brown
Isbn 1622877284
Genre Body, Mind & Spirit
Year 2014-10-09
Pages N.A
Language English
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James S. Oliver grew up on the southern Philippine Island of Mindanao—hiding from World War II aggressors with his Filipino mother and three siblings. He did not know it then, but war would become a constant in his life, even after he moved to the United States. He’d graduate from college and become an officer in the US Air Force, where he’d spend the next twenty-four years. During the Cold War with Soviet Russia, he specialized in intercontinental ballistic missile operations and maintenance, and was selected for Special Forces training at Fort Bragg. Then he joined a controversial, top secret Provincial Advisory Group Team for one year, operating out of Bao Trai, Hau Nghia, a former province in South Vietnam, where an all-new war was underway. He’d retire in 1984 as commander of the Ninetieth Organizational Missile Maintenance Squadron (90 OMMS), an ICBM maintenance squadron of the Strategic Air Command. Despite numerous challenges, the author maintained his faith in humanity, and you’ll be inspired by the years of devoted service he highlights in My Wars and In Between.

Author Lt Col James S. Oliver USAF (Ret.)
Isbn 1491786868
Genre Biography & Autobiography
Year 2016-02-20
Pages 214
Language English
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In response to national concerns a decade ago, driven by research that showed that higher education was making little impact on students’ development of broad competencies and critical thinking, the provost and president of Purdue University, a research university, instituted a program whose goals were to build on the accumulated knowledge on effective teaching to facilitate student learning, improve outcomes, and change the institutional culture around teaching and learning – objectives to which many institutions aspire, but which few consistently attain, or attain at scale. This book describes the development of Purdue’s IMPACT program (Instruction Matters: Purdue Academic Course Transformation), from its tentative beginning, when it struggled to recruit 35 faculty fellows, to the present, when 350 have been enrolled and the university has more applications than it can currently handle. Overall, more than 600 courses have been impacted, many of which have seen significantly reduced DFW rates. Chantal Levesque-Bristol, whose Center for Instructional Excellence is part of an institutional team that comprises the Provost’s Office, Teaching and Learning Technologies Unit, Institutional Assessment, the Purdue University Library and School of Information Studies, and the Evaluation and Learning Research Center, describes the evolution of IMPACT, lessons learned, and the central tenets that have led to its success. The purpose of this book is not only to describe the program, but also to highlight the importance and implications of the underlying motivational theoretical framework guiding the initiative. Having started as a course redesign program that faltered in achieving its objectives, the breakthrough came with the introduction of the fundamental motivational principles of self-determination theory (SDT) followed by the applications of these principles to the research in higher education leadership and pedagogy. Giving faculty fellows the autonomy to build on their disciplinary expertise, pursue their interests and predilections, within a guided framework, and leveraging interactions with colleagues through FLCs, stimulated faculty fellows’ motivation and creativity. This book describes the core and structure of the IMPACT program, presents details of faculty learning curriculum, explains how the focus on SDT principles shaped the program’s evolution and transformation from a course redesign to a professional faculty development program, and covers the considerations behind the formation of faculty fellow IMPACT teams. A concluding chapter addresses how the IMPACT program, having helped faculty pivot to emergency remote teaching when the campus closed owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, is being modified so it can be successfully sustained online if circumstances require, or as a means to expand its reach in the future. While the principles behind this initiative will be of compelling interest to its primary audience of faculty developers, several chapters will have appeal to instructors and administrators.

Author Chantal Levesque-Bristol
Isbn 1642671037
Genre Education
Year 2021-03-16
Pages 252
Language English
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The story is about how the author overcame the challenges in his life. Since he was a child he has already seen the cruelty and injustices of man. He has lived in poverty in the third world (Philippines) and he knows how it looks like to live under privileged and being suppressed. Many people who went through the hardship he experienced have just given up and made no attempt to improve their situation. He did not loss hope. Instead he strived to overcome all those challenges. He acquired his education on his own to improve his livelihood. And he overcame suppression by his own method. When he was young he would usually react violent each time someone shows disrespect of his rights or his friend’s or fellow-men’s rights. But he has developed a more constructive and effective way of correcting or improving the situation. He learned to communicate his likes and dislikes and he and many others have benefited from it.

Author Marino de Jesus
Isbn 1479783277
Genre Biography & Autobiography
Year 2013-01-28
Pages 85
Language English
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MALIBU MAN is the autobiography of the legendary first young virtuoso of the violaAlan de Veritch. Making his first of many solo appearances with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra at the age of 13, by the age seventeen he had already collaborated in chamber music performances with such artists as: Jascha Heifetz, Gregor Piatigorsky, Josef Gingold, Pinchas Zukerman, and Itzhak Perlman to name but a few. By age 32, Alan de Veritch had exchanged his life as an internationally known concert and recording artist for what was to become that of an extremely successful businessman, community leader, guest speaker, author and world-renowned musical pedagogue. This autobiography clearly describes the background and many aspects of his amazingly unique existence from age 5 to present times while it comfortably guides its readers on a most enjoyable and informative journey through the highly eventful life of this truly extraordinary individual.

Author Alan de Veritch
Isbn 1524660248
Genre Biography & Autobiography
Year 2017-01-28
Pages 452
Language English
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The working world of air traffic controllers is filled with extreme pressure and stress, and for women controllers, sexual harassment. It is an atmosphere author Samantha Sims was caught in during her more than twenty years as an air traffic controller at an air route traffic control center in Miami, Florida, from 1990 to 2014. In “CQ, CQ” ... My Last Transmission, she tells her story. From her growing up years being bullied, to serving in the Navy, to her twenty-year career with the FAA, this memoir narrates Sims’ life story. She tells how she could no longer endure the pervasive abuse handed out by male controllers and how she decided to stand up to the bullies and blow the whistle about what was happening on the job. “CQ, CQ” ... My Last Transmission discusses how Sims survived the toxic environment to get her story out in the open. When the nondisclosure clause was missing from her out-of-court settlement with the FAA, she forced the secrets to be divulged. She shares her journal so others still caught in the system can get the relief they deserve.

Author Samantha Sims
Isbn 1504925416
Genre Biography & Autobiography
Year 2015-08-31
Pages 322
Language English
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William Schumacher was a big man, robust and handsome, square jawed, with blue eyes and wavy, blond hair. His smile was boundless, his laughter infectious. He was kind, compassionate, and ethical. Most of all, he was a role model to his family, friends, colleagues, students, and anyone else who crossed his path. In a fascinating biography, his daughter Janet Flaugher posthumously chronicles his life through his own stories left to her in a folder after his death. The child of immigrants, William grew up in Denver, Colorado, during the Great Depression. He never owned a bike or a ball, and rarely had a penny to his name. As Janet continues his story through the years, she reveals a glimpse into a life well lived as Bill transformed into a United States Air Force bombardier during the Second World War and became a celebrated Denver public schools administrator, a devoted husband to his wife of sixty-three years, a dedicated father to two children who adored him, and a loving grandfather to five. My Father’s Voice is the biography of a war veteran and public school administrator who led by example that kindness is never out of style, that integrity is paramount, and that every life has value.

Author Janet Flaugher
Isbn 1665701617
Genre Biography & Autobiography
Year 2021-02-11
Pages 92
Language English
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Attention Online Instructors--this one is for you! Have you ever felt alone as an online instructor? Have you ever wondered why students email you with excuses about their late assignments and expect pardon? Have you ever doubted whether anyone understands the challenges you face with online students? Have you ever questioned your class setup or simply needed some direction? If your answers are an emphatic yes, then this book is for you! Who Let this Disaster in My Classroom? provides you the long overdue answers to your questions as an online instructor. It provides skills, strength, and the gift of laughter as I chronicle my own experiences as an online instructor. This book will help you make it through your classes and reaffirm that you are not alone in cyberspace. It is a must have for online instructors, as it provides real-life examples and practical tips to help you through this innovative, wonderful, virtual platform called distance education.

Author Cassandra Smith
Isbn 1606085778
Genre Self-Help
Year 2009-06-01
Pages 130
Language English
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Silent Songs of Nursing, through short stories about the nurse-patient relationship, depict an authentic compassion for patients through the simple art of caring. These simple and heartfelt stories depict the vulnerability of patients in a healthcare institution and a nurse's journey to reach out and touch humanity. While carrying out her life's purpose, the author connected with her own spirituality. The stories are written without a focus on the science or technological side of nursing, they reveal what holistic care can be and capture the way Florence Nightingale (1868) saw and wrote about nursing: "Nursing is an art: and if it is to be made an art, it requires an exclusive devotion as hard a preparation as any painter's or sculptor's work."

Author Sandra Anaya
Isbn 1644710455
Genre Fiction
Year 2019-07-26
Pages 92
Language English
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