A Historical View of the Council of Nice:With a Translation of Documents (Classic Reprint) Isaac Boyle
The Primitive Doctrine of Christ´s Divinity, or a Specimen of a Full View of the Anti-Nicene Doctrine, in an Essay on Irenæus:Wherein All the Decisive Passages Are Collected and Methodiz´d, The Sense of Disputed Expressions Enquir´d Into, and Determ John Alexander
A New View of the Irish Language: Caoilfhionn Nic Pháidín, Seán Ó Cearnaigh
Letters From Italy, Containing a View of the Revolutions in That Country, From the Capture of Nice, by the French Republic, to the Expulsion of Pius Vi. From the Ecclesiastical State, Vol. 2 of 2:Likewise Pointing Out the Matchless Works of Art Which Sti Mariana Starke
Origin and Development of the Nicene Theology:With Some Reference to the Ritschlian View of Theology and History of Doctrine (Classic Reprint) Hugh M. Scott
Transcriptions des lignes de basses. Partitions en solfège et tablatures.Titres :Nice To Know You; Circle; Wish You Were Here; Just a Phase; 11am; Blood On The Ground; Warning; Echo; Have You Ever; are You In?; Under My Umbrella; Aqueous Transmission
Angela Brazil wrote school stories for girls throughout the first half of the 20th century. She was the first author to relate this experience from the girls´ perspective, offering a more sympathetic and intimate view of school life. Funny, touching, and wonderfully ´´jollyhockey sticks´´, The Nicest Girl in the School remains one of the most popular of her stories. It features Patty Hirst and her cousin Muriel Pearson, and tells of their turbulent times together at Morton Priory, even including a near-death experience! It is superbly read by Harriet Walter, one of Britain´s finest actresses. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Harriet Walter. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/csaw/000076/bk_csaw_000076_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
It begins on one of Rome´s least-known hills, the Aventino, in the public piazza fronting the mansion of the Knights of Malta. There, a curious keyhole to the knights´ estate reveals an astonishing view, a direct line across the Tiber to the dome of St. Peters in the distance. For seven-year-old Alessio Bramante the act of peeping through the keyhole on his way to school each day is a ritual, a way of establishing a bond with his difficult, distant father, one of Rome´s most famous archaeologists, Giorgio Bramante. Then one day, after an unexpected visit to one of Giorgio´s underground excavations, Alessio disappears. A group of students who had slipped into the site, an ancient Mithraic temple, attract the blame. A tragedy occurs. Alessio is never found, and it´s his father who goes to jail. Fourteen years later, in an arcane shrine by the Tiber known as the Little Museum of Purgatory, a tee-shirt belonging to Bramante´s son begins to show fresh bloodstains. No one can understand how the marks have appeared behind the glass. Soon it becomes apparent that the newly-released Giorgio Bramante is bent upon a vicious and terrifying revenge on all those he blames for the loss of his son, and numbers Inspector Leo Falcone, a member of the original investigating team, among his targets. In the depths of the labyrinth he knows better than any man, a distraught father seeks his vengeance against those he hates. Nic Costa, watching Falcone move relentlessly into the man´s deadly grip, realises the answer to the deadly present must lie in solving a cold case that, like the forgotten Alessio Bramante, has long been regarded as dead and buried for good. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Saul Reichlin. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/howe/000124/bk_howe_000124_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.