He walked alone

He could not divide his endeavors, at this stage of oil development, between active politics and business.” Unable to secure another oil strike to replenish his capital, which had diminished over the years because of liberal ...

Author: Bernard Bellush

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG

ISBN: 3111559424

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 246

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I Never Walked Alone

Deer have very sharp feet and he was trying very hard to get me, trying to shake me off his horns. ... Albert Arnold had been a good friend. He had no knee cap on one leg so he walked with one leg stiff. He had to ...

Author: Jerry Hale

Publisher: FriesenPress

ISBN: 1460200012

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 192

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I Never Walked Alone is the autobiography of my father, Jerry Hale. I feel very privileged to introduce you to his story. It is the story of some of his boyhood events in Texas during the days of corn and cotton. It tells of his move with his family to the Peace River country of Northern Alberta. As you read this book you will know what it is like to carve a farm and ranch out of bush land, raise a family of five children, of which I am the eldest, then ultimately lose his home to the Bank. The story then unfolds as Jerry and his wife, Rose move to Tatogga Lake, in Northern British Columbia where they bought and successfully operated a Resort. Tales of hard work, blood and tears, all woven together provide an entertaining, yet informative story of my Father with God as his partner. - Manny Hale

He was Walking Alone

Evidence markers wherever they had found anything that might have to do with the investigation. ... He walked back on the road, keeping a careful eye and ear on the occasional vehicles that approached to ensure that he ...

Author: P.D. Workman

Publisher: pd workman

ISBN: 1989080472

Category: Fiction

Page: 222

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He met with tragedy Richard Harding was walking alone when he was struck by a vehicle and died. A tragic accident that was no one’s fault. But if that was so, then why was his girlfriend so sure that it was intentional homicide? Zachary Goldman is on the case. With Christmas approaching, he is as determined to distract himself from his own troubles as he is to ferret out the truth of Harding’s death. The pieces of the puzzle start to fall into place and Zachary finds that there are more parallels between Harding’s life and his own than he would have guessed. If he doesn’t identify the sinister force behind Harding’s death in time, he could suffer the same fate.

I Shall Walk Alone

They reached him without attracting his attention . Fwamba immediately snatched the spear and threw it over the hedge . Fwamba and Wakwabubi pounced on Mwache even as he handed a devastating blow on Fwamba's nose .

Author: Paul Nakitare

Publisher: East African Publishers

ISBN: 9789966251183

Category: Fiction

Page: 139

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Nasha Bil Hoga He Who Walks Alone

When Jeff awoke, he went to his arrowheads and trimmed off any surplus pitch; he did the same for the tomahawk. Then he walked with his crutch over to select the branch for his bow. He picked one about one inch in diameter, ...

Author: Mike Wyant

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1479776262

Category: Fiction

Page: 200

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An eleven-year-old Navajo boy is taken by force from his Arizona reservation home and bussed to Fort Sill Indian School near Lawton and Fort Sill, Oklahoma, in 1949. The U.S. law requires the Navajo children to attend school in a federally operated boarding school. The boy is treated roughly at his capture and on the bus trip. He vows to escape from the school and walk/run back the eight hundred miles back to his home, realizing he has no money and does not trust the white man. He is forced to rely on his survival skills. He makes several friends at the school. However, in the spring, he leaves at night and starts his journey home. The challenges he faces at the school and also his journey and how he overcomes those challenges are detailed. When he finally reaches his home area, he hears crying from several people and creeps through the sagebrush to see what is happening. The same government agents who seized him are trying to wrestle an eight-year-old girl from her mother and grandmother and put her on the bus. But while that happens, the boy slips unnoticed on to the bus and invites all the children to follow him, and he will hide and protect them until the agents have gone and stopped looking for them. Twenty-one of the children come with him, and he hikes for two days, covering his trails, until he reaches an old unknown cliff dwelling that he and his family had stayed at many times. It is well hidden. For close to a year, the children survive in the cliff dwelling, learning Indian skills from the boy and school skills from a twelve-year-old girl. Meanwhile, a large political battle takes place for many months, and finally, the law is changed so the Navajo children can stay on the reservation to learn the white man's ways and education. When all the papers have been signed by the Congress and the president, the children's group is able to return home. A large dinner is planned by the tribal council for their return. At this dinner, the boy, Jeff White Cloud, has his name formally changed by the tribal leaders to Nasha Bi³ Hoga, He Who Walks Alone.

I ll Walk Alone

Bracing himself, he walked out the lobby door where, as he had expected, camera crews were waiting for him. A microphone was stuck in his face. “Please,” he said, “I want to make a statement but can't if you won't give me room.

Author: Mary Higgins Clark

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1439186790

Category: Fiction

Page: 352

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Now in mass market, Mary Higgins Clark’s thirtieth and most spine-chilling novel—“so good that it might as well have come with a soundtrack” (The Columbus Dispatch)—includes identity theft, revenge, and murder... Alexandra “Zan” Moreland, a gifted, beautiful interior designer on the verge of a successful Manhattan career, is terrified to discover that somebody is not only using her credit cards, but may also be impersonating her in a scheme that involves the much more brutal crimes of kidnapping and murder. Already haunted by the disappearance of her own son, Matthew, kidnapped in broad daylight two years ago in Central Park, Zan has been left torn between hope and despair. Now, on what would be Matthew's fifth birthday, photos surface that seem to show Zan kidnapping her own child, followed by a chain of events that suggests somebody has stolen her identity. Hounded by the press, under investigation by the police, attacked by both her angry ex-husband and a vindictive business rival, Zan, wracked by fear and pain and sustained only by her belief that Matthew is still alive, sets out to discover who is behind this cruel hoax. What she does not realize is that with every step she takes toward the truth, she is putting herself—and those she loves most—in mortal danger from the person who has ingeniously plotted out her destruction.

The Woman Who Walked Alone

He winked and I felt my face grow warm. When he turned into my aunt and uncle's house, he walked me to the door. He didn't try to kiss me, which I found very respectable. He was a good man. No wonder he'd been married before.

Author: Christine Wilson

Publisher: Dorrance Publishing

ISBN: 1480948519

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 126

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The Woman Who Walked Alone By: Christine Wilson All I can do now is keep moving forward and keep finding ways to help others the best I can. Those were the moments when my life felt most fulfilled – the moments I could see the joy on someone’s face because of something I’d done for them. The moments where I showed God’s love. And in those moments, I didn’t feel so alone anymore. Christine Wilson grew up in a small town in the south during the 1940s. Growing up in a large poor family was difficult – but there was always enough love and support to go around. When she was eighteen, Christine left home to find her own way. She never imagined just how lonely that way would be. At first, Christine’s life was exciting: she was a popular waitress, in love with a handsome soldier, and soon a mother. But he had lied about his divorce and returned to his wife – leaving Christine a single mother to two young boys. Spirited and determined, Christine provided for her family and eventually owned and managed a successful café. She thought she had found love with two other men, but found her sacrifices and support always met with betrayal. In a life of struggle, Christine has had to walk away from failed relationships, dishonest men, and an abusive husband. In many trials, she has had to walk alone. But all has been worth it for her four treasured sons: Teddy, Ronald, Daniel, and Christopher. Loving them has given her life purpose and joy.

Walking Alone

She would spend some time there before joining Matt in Innsbruck where they would have a few days together before flying home. Mary's thoughts, as she walked across the airport tarmac responsible only for herself, were of freedom.

Author: Carolyn McCrae

Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 1905886519

Category: Domestic fiction

Page: 281

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Part II of The Iniquities Trilogy continues to examine the relationships in the Donaldson family. A love story is set against the gradual unravelling of one man's secrets, showing how his actions have shaped the destiny of all generations in the family.

Don t Walk Alone When You Have Friends Beside

But I want to think of Kanika's case " Vijay comes along with me," I said & we went to Amit's home. ... I observed him as he walked to the door. ... Vijay & I came in front 124 DON'T WALK ALONE, WHEN YOU HAVE FRIENDS BESIDE !

Author: Ishani Agarwal and Punit Singh

Publisher: Spectrum of Thoughts

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 168

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"Don't Walk Alone When You Have Friends Beside" is a collective anthology dedicated to the relation of friendship. It is flawlessly compiled and edited by Ms. Ishani Agarwal and Mr. Punit Singh Haihayvanshi, presenting you diverse voices of 25+ authors, who will take you to an amazing journey of emotions that make you embrace your friendship more than ever. Supported by FanatiXx publications, we present you talented writers who, in an attempt beautify your view of life, have put their heart out in their work.

Never Walk Alone

'I'm on my way now. Is Chris up?' 'He's up,' came her lusty reply. 'He has gone for his regular morning jog. I expect he will be gone for an hour at least. Would you like a cup of coffee?' she enquired, almost as an afterthought.

Author: P.J. Mihaljevich

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1462849717

Category: Fiction

Page: 323

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Placed in Pennsylvanian orphanage until the age of twelve, Steven had no knowledge of the world outside the walls that surrounded him. After his adoptive mother's untimely death, and with the crippling Depression sweeping America from the late 1920s, Steven began a griping journey of salvation that was both compelling and inspirational. Starved, homeless and imprisoned; Steve underwent a profound life changing experience that culminates in the most unexpected way imaginable. This is a powerful story of love, courage, hope and survival that will both captivate and stir your heart.