10 QUOTES WITH «DR.»
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Dr. King is so inspiring, so impressive, so moving as a human being.
Dr. Rice went well beyond offering a helping hand - she went so far as to shed tears and share hugs with those who, in a matter of just a few hours, had lost everything to the rising floodwaters.
Dr. King's leadership reaffirmed the promise of our democracy: that everyday people, working together, have the power to change our government and our institutions for the better.
Dr. Martin Luther King is not a black hero. He is an American hero.
Dr. Margaret Oda, a true trailblazer in education, served as Honolulu school district superintendent and was the driving force behind the middle-school concept and the first chairwoman of the Japanese American National Museum.
Dr. Flint had sworn that he would make me suffer, to my last day, for this new crime against him, as he called it; and as long as he had me in his power he kept his word.
Dr. Sun Yat-sen, Father of the Republic, made it his great aim in his revolutionary leadership to secure freedom and equality of status for China among the nations of the world.
Dr. Einstein was not successful in school, but he found something in the air from his own imagination and his own brain power, and look what he did.
Dr. Rice's record on Iraq gives me great concern. In her public statements she clearly overstated and exaggerated the intelligence concerning Iraq before the war in order to support the President's decision to initiate military action against Iraq.
Dr. Jasper didn't care if they got their checkups, their medications.
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «DR.»
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. Spock's Baby and Child Care: 9th Edition
A revised and updated edition of the standard guide to baby and child care includes new material on computers and the Internet, nontraditional families, physical and moral development, disabilities, first aid and injury prevention, ...
Benjamin Spock, Robert Needlman, 2012
. Seuss and Philosophy: Oh, the Thinks You Can Think!
Anyone who loves Dr. Seuss or is interested in philosophy will find this book to be intriguing and enlightening.
Presents the life of Dr, Dre, a musician and producer who was influential in the rise of hip-hop music as a important part of American popular culture.
John Borgmeyer, Holly Lang, 2007
. Phil: Self-Help Guru and TV Superstar
Presents a biography of the psychologist and television personality known for his blunt, practical advice.
. Fulford's Touch of Life: The Healing Power of the ...
A doctor known for his achievements in spontaneous healing explains the function of vital energy in human health and offers advice on natural healing methods
. Atkins' Vita-Nutrient Solution: Nature's Answer to Drugs
In this comprehensive guide, Dr. Atkins shares vital information on more than 120 supplements, including: The specific restorative powers of each nutrient How to determine the optimal dosage schedule How to obtain supplements that are new ...
. Susan Love's Breast Book
Discusses new developments in screening and diagnostic techniques, cancer treatment and research, genetics and diet, implants, hormone use, and many other topics.
. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde: A Kaplan SAT Score-Raising Classic
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde: A Kaplan SAT Score-Raising Classic features: *The complete tale of the classic novel, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde *More than 200 vocabulary words frequently tested on the SAT highlighted throughout the text *Definitions ...
Robert Louis Stevenson, 2006
. Vodder's Manual Lymph Drainage: A Practical Guide
Written by the world's leading authorities on Dr. Emil Vodder's techniques for Manual Lymph Drainage (MLD), this lavishly illustrated guide provides step-by-step descriptions of how to massage the lymph vessels to stimulate smooth lymphatic ...
Hildegard Wittlinger, Dieter Wittlinger, 2010
. Strangelove's America: Society and Culture in the Atomic Age
Did America really learn to "stop worrying and love the bomb," as the title of Stanley Kubrick's 1964 film, Dr. Strangelove, would have us believe?
Margot A. Henriksen, 1997