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14ct Gold Fire Department Ring - Size N 1/2
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14ct Gold Fire Department Ring - Size N 1/2 - 6.1 Grams in 14ct Yellow Gold - JewelryWeb Style: CCR14917YH7 - FREE gift-ready jewelry box  read more
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Muster roll, Kit Carson Post No. 2, chartered March 27, 1867, Department of the Potomac, G.A.R. ..
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This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923. This book may have occasional imperfections....  read more
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The Department
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Megan, seventeen years old and a strong personality. She is too strong to submit to the rules set by the Department that, for past one hundred years, since the big war of 2019, has maintained a forced peace. Ten Detachments, each one specialized in a certain activity, with a set of laws that leave no room for personal choices or even to feelings that could undermine this false sense of serenity. Megan doesnt want to accept it, she wants to be able to choose even if it jeopardizes her future, and she makes her decision. Friendship, love, betrayal and passion become entwined in this novel about freedom and the exhausting struggle to regain it. Having a choice, a real choice, makes us all better. Following in the footsteps of bestsellers such as Divergent and The Hunger Games, this novel will transport you into a world where nothing is as it looks and where the future of the characters is entirely in their hands.ABOUT THE AUTHORSara M., whose complete name is Sara Monica, was born in 1981. She's an employee in a foreign office, her passion for reading and her unbridled fantasy lead her to write her first novel in 2014, then published in 2015. She likes books, loud music, cinema and pets. She spends her free time with her family and friends.  read more
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The Department
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Though, as a satire, it's meant to be funny, this book will give the average outsider a much better idea of what it's really like in graduate school. If you're thinking of getting a higher degree in biology, it's a MUST.  read more
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The Departed
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Departed, The
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From the national bestselling author of "The Missing" comes an all-new novel of romantic suspense about a man who's haunted by regret and consumed by desire...A LIFELONG OBSESSION FBI Special Agent Taylor Jones has made it his mission to save those in harm's way by any means necessary-including employing psychic agents like Desiree "Dez" Lincoln, who can communicate with the disembodied spirits of the dead. Taylor is haunted by his own ghost, his kid sister, gone missing at age six. For a quarter of a century he has been tortured by her loss and the mystery of her disappearance.A NIGHT'S INDISCRETION When Dez is seriously wounded, Taylor can no longer hide his feelings for her. Getting involved could spell disaster for both of them-not to mention those who rely on them for help-but once Dez lays her hands on him, he can't resist the fierce attraction. But after giving in to his desires, Taylor pulls back, and Dez strikes out on her own.AN INESCAPABLE PASSION Responding to the call of another anguished spirit, Dez is led to Taylor's old hometown. As the two are forced to come together to save a girl in peril, Dez may be able to help Taylor finally find the answers he's been looking for...  read more
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The Departed [Blu-ray]
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Martin Scorsese makes a welcomed return to the mean streets (of Boston, in this case) with The Departed, hailed by many as Scorsese's best film since Casino. Since this crackling crime thriller is essentially a Scorsese-stamped remake of the acclaimed 2002 Hong Kong thriller Infernal Affairs, the film was intensely scrutinized by devoted critics and cinephiles, and while Scorsese's intense filmmaking and all-star cast deserve ample acclaim, The Departed is also worthy of serious re-assessment, especially with regard to what some attentive viewers described as sloppy craftsmanship (!), notably in terms of mismatched shots and jagged continuity. But no matter where you fall on the Scorsese appreciation scale, there's no denying that The Departed is a signature piece of work from one of America's finest directors, designed for maximum impact with a breathtaking series of twists, turns, and violent surprises. It's an intricate cat-and-mouse game, but this time the cat and mouse are both moles: Colin Sullivan (Matt Damon) is an ambitious cop on the rise, planted in the Boston police force by criminal kingpin Frank Costello (Jack Nicholson). Billy Costigan (Leonardo DiCaprio) is a hot-tempered police cadet who's been artificially disgraced and then planted into Costigan's crime operation as a seemingly trustworthy soldier. As the multilayered plot unfolds (courtesy of a scorching adaptation by Kingdom of Heaven screenwriter William Monahan), Costigan and Sullivan conduct a volatile search for each other (they're essentially looking for "themselves") while simultaneously wooing the psychiatrist (Vera Farmiga) assigned to treat their crime-driven anxieties. Such convenient coincidences might sink a lesser film, but The Departed is so electrifying that you barely notice the plot-holes. And while Nicholson's profane swagger is too much "Jack" and not enough "Costello," he's still a joy to watch, especially in a film that's additionally energised by memorable (and frequently hilarious) supporting roles for Alec Baldwin, Mark Wahlberg, and a host of other big-name performers. The Departed also makes clever and plot-dependent use of mobile phones, to the extent that it couldn't exist without them. Powered by Scorsese's trademark use of well-chosen soundtrack songs (from vintage rock to Puccini's operas), The Departed may not be perfect, but it's one helluva ride for moviegoers, proving popular enough to become the biggest box-office hit of Scorsese's commercially rocky career. --Jeff Shannon  read more
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The Departed [DVD]
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Martin Scorsese makes a welcomed return to the mean streets (of Boston, in this case) with The Departed, hailed by many as Scorsese's best film since Casino. Since this crackling crime thriller is essentially a Scorsese-stamped remake of the acclaimed 2002 Hong Kong thriller Infernal Affairs, the film was intensely scrutinized by devoted critics and cinephiles, and while Scorsese's intense filmmaking and all-star cast deserve ample acclaim, The Departed is also worthy of serious re-assessment, especially with regard to what some attentive viewers described as sloppy craftsmanship (!), notably in terms of mismatched shots and jagged continuity. But no matter where you fall on the Scorsese appreciation scale, there's no denying that The Departed is a signature piece of work from one of America's finest directors, designed for maximum impact with a breathtaking series of twists, turns, and violent surprises. It's an intricate cat-and-mouse game, but this time the cat and mouse are both moles: Colin Sullivan (Matt Damon) is an ambitious cop on the rise, planted in the Boston police force by criminal kingpin Frank Costello (Jack Nicholson). Billy Costigan (Leonardo DiCaprio) is a hot-tempered police cadet who's been artificially disgraced and then planted into Costigan's crime operation as a seemingly trustworthy soldier. As the multilayered plot unfolds (courtesy of a scorching adaptation by Kingdom of Heaven screenwriter William Monahan), Costigan and Sullivan conduct a volatile search for each other (they're essentially looking for "themselves") while simultaneously wooing the psychiatrist (Vera Farmiga) assigned to treat their crime-driven anxieties. Such convenient coincidences might sink a lesser film, but The Departed is so electrifying that you barely notice the plot-holes. And while Nicholson's profane swagger is too much "Jack" and not enough "Costello," he's still a joy to watch, especially in a film that's additionally energised by memorable (and frequently hilarious) supporting roles for Alec Baldwin, Mark Wahlberg, and a host of other big-name performers. The Departed also makes clever and plot-dependent use of mobile phones, to the extent that it couldn't exist without them. Powered by Scorsese's trademark use of well-chosen soundtrack songs (from vintage rock to Puccini's operas), The Departed may not be perfect, but it's one helluva ride for moviegoers, proving popular enough to become the biggest box-office hit of Scorsese's commercially rocky career. --Jeff Shannon  read more
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The Silk Department
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Paperback, Wentworth Press  read more
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The Dear Departed
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Pages: 290, Paperback, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform  read more
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The silk department
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Pages: 266, Paperback, Leopold Classic Library  read more
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The Muse of the Department
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Pages: 148, Paperback, Hard Press  read more
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The Departed (2006) [DVD]
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The Departed (2006) (2007) Jack Nicholson; Leonardo Dicaprio  read more
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The Home Department
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This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was condu....  read more
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The Body Departed
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James Blakely is a good man who has done some bad things in his time. So when he's viciously gunned down in his sleep, he's faced with a choice: Proceed immediately to an afterlife of eternal damnation or haunt the world of the living in search of redemption - and one last shot at heaven. Now, little more than a flickering shade of the man he was, James spends his days seeking solace from the loved ones he left behind - even as he works furiously to unravel the mystery of his murder. Solving the crime and saving his soul will force James to confront the darkest secrets in his own past. With his memories fading and his ghost body disintegrating, time is running out for him to save himself and leave this earthly plane. The fires of hell are rising, but will they purify James Blakely's tormented soul - or consume it?   read more
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The Muse of The Department
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"The Muse of the Department" from Honore De Balzac. French novelist and playwright (1799-1850).  read more
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The Muse of the Department
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This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was condu....  read more
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Department of the Gulf
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This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowled....  read more
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The Skiing Department
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Skiing blog compiled by ski instructor & journalist Robert Stewart. Designed to provide advice on all things skiing from resort reviews, ski clothing & equipment advice and ski tips.Kindle blogs are fully downloaded onto your Kindle so you can read them even when you're not wirelessly connected. And unlike RSS readers which often only provide headlines, blogs on Kindle give you full text content and images, and are updated wirelessly throughout the day.  read more
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The Dear Departed
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The widows of Victorian era San Francisco are dying of decidedly unnatural causes, and to expose the culprit Virginia Paley must partner with the darkly mysterious Jonathan Bradshaw, entering a world of occult rituals and unexplainable phenomenaand magical love. BEYOND THE VEILYoung widow Virginia Paley has no interest in attending the sances at The Society for Eternal Love, but the women of the society are dying mysteriously in their sleep, leaving their fortunes to Professor Arthur Chadwick, its charismatic medium. As her aunt might very well become the next victim, Virginia will do whatever she must to ensure that doesnt happen. She will even join forces with the darkly mysterious Jonathan Bradshaw.From the moment he spies her, Jonathan is smitten. But romance is impossible. Mrs. Paley is a respectable woman, and he himself is outside of society, an orphan, an ex-thief and a true wizard, able to hypnotize with a word and even separate his spirit from his body. No, he must instead remain focused on his goal, avenging his mentors death. But, facing a foe with power over demonic forces and Virginias very life in the balance, love might indeed be the only salvation.  read more
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