An Act to Incorporate the Members of the New-York Institution for the Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb, Passed April 15, 1819:To Which Is Added, the by-Laws, and the Names and Residence of the Officers and Directors, Also, the Directors Arranged Into Com Ephraim Conrad
An Act to Incorporate Medical Societies, for the Purpose of Regulating the Practice of Physic and Surgery in This State, Passed the 4th of April, 1806:Together With the Bye-Laws of the Medical Society of the County of New-York, Incorporated on the 1st Da New York County Medical Society
An Act to Incorporate the City of Philadelphia:Passed January 31, 1854 (Classic Reprint) Unknown Author
An Act to Incorporate the City of Chicago:Passed March 4, 1837 (Classic Reprint) Chicago Illinois
An Act to Incorporate the Colonial Iron, Coal and Railway Co:Passed 5th March, 1895 (Classic Reprint) Colonial Iron Coal and Railway Company
Publications of the Onondaga Historical Association, Vol. 1:An Act to Incorporate the Village of Syracuse, Passed April 13, 1825 Also Papers Read and Historical Data Received at the Meeting to Commemorate the Seventy-Fifth Anniversary of the Organization Unknown Author
As the title suggests, a driving, rhythmic pulse permeates throughout this contemporary original selection by Richard Meyer. The piece incorporates two diverse moods ? a highly rhythmic first section in B Minor, built on rising and falling thirds, followed by a simple chorale in folk song style presented first in the violins and then passed throughout the ensemble. As this slow section winds down, the energy is once again established with the re-introduction of earlier material. The chorale is then heard again, this time coupled with the energetic figures that started the piece. A great choice for your next concert or contest, Momentum provides a wide variety of outstanding teaching opportunities while using a fresh new sound that your students will love! (5:30)
Nobel Prize recipient Muhammad Yunus profiles 20 Nobel Peace Prize laureates with Grammy-winning producer and New York Times best-selling author Kabir Sehgal, Monica Yunus, and Camille Zamora, teaching listeners to incorporate lessons from each laureate´s life into their own. When Swedish chemist and engineer Alfred B. Nobel passed in 1896, he left several millions in his will to establish the Nobel Peace Prize, awarded annually in six concentrations: peace, literature, physics, chemistry, physiology or medicine, and economic science. Since its establishment, there have been more than 130 Nobel Peace laureates selected, each bringing his/her own unique experiences and lessons forward as an example to others. In Legion of Peace, Nobel Prize winner Muhammad Yunus, Kabir Sehgal, Monica Yunus, and Camille Zamora profile 20 prize recipients in a narrative accompanied by songs inspired by these great leaders, composed by Grammy-nominated children´s artist Lori Henriques Quintet and three-time Grammy-nominated pianist Joey Alexander.Through this lyrical narrative, the authors share stories of these laureates´ seemingly ordinary actions that transformed their lives and communities. The authors assign a superpower to each laureate that exemplifies the one basic principle that guided their actions, demonstrating to listeners that all people from vastly different backgrounds can be connected by a common thread to come together to form a legion of peace. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Monica Yunus, Camille Zamora, Muhammad Yunus. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/hach/004945/bk_hach_004945_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
In this behind-the-scenes look at the making of a champion, the coach of the Villanova University men´s basketball team shares his competitive and cooperative philosophy along with lessons from his coaching career and the story of his personal road to success. When Kris Jenkins sank a three-pointer at the buzzer to win the 2016 NCAA Tournament, it was a victory not just for a team and its coach but for an entire program. In his 20th season with the Villanova program, including a five-year stint as an assistant to Coach Rollie Massimino, Coach Jay Wright had achieved his lifelong dream - and witnessed the culmination of a decades-long effort to build a culture of winning around a set of core values. In Attitude, Coach Wright shares some of the leadership secrets that have enabled Villanova, a private university with an undergraduate enrollment of less than 6,500, to thrive in the hypercompetitive world of college athletics. As he recounts the story of the 2015-2016 Wildcats, Coach Wright offers anecdotes from his own journey up the ladder of success, with lessons learned on the Little League playing fields of his youth and wisdom passed down from his coaches and mentors. Each step of Villanova´s journey to a national championship incorporates a signature term torn from Coach Wright´s own motivational playbook. Here are key principles that aspiring leaders can apply not only on the basketball court but in the boardroom, the classroom, and the living room. From learning to accept your role to remembering to honor those who came before you, Jay Wright´s core values provide a positive blueprint for transformational team building based on the idea that anyone - from the head coach to the last player on the bench - can be a leader when the moment demands it. The product of a lifetime´s worth of championship-level preparation, Attitude is perfect for anyone looking to build a team, achieve a goal, or nurture their own winning 1. Language: English. Narrator: Michael Sheridan. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/rand/004954/bk_rand_004954_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
For decades, fixing the United States´ broken immigration system has been one of the most urgent challenges facing our country, and time and time again, politicians have passed the buck. With anti-immigrant sentiment rising around the country, as evidenced by the passage of a controversial new law in Arizona, it is now more important than ever to remember the role immigrants play in enriching our economy and culture, and to find a way to incorporate the millions of productive, law-abiding workers who have been drawn to the United States by the inexorable pull of freedom and economic opportunity. No longer should they be forced to work in the shadows, with no hope for equal rights as American citizens.In this timely book, award-winning journalist Jorge Ramos makes the case for a practical and politically achievable solution to this emotional issue. Ramos argues that we have a simple choice: to take a pragmatic approach that deals with the reality of immigration, or to continue a cruel and capricious system that doesn´t work, wastes billions of dollars, and which stands in direct opposition to our national principles. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Ozzie Rodriguez. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/rand/002344/bk_rand_002344_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.