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    recovery
  • The action of regaining or securing compensation or money lost or spent by means of a legal process or subsequent profits
  • the act of regaining or saving something lost (or in danger of becoming lost)
  • return to an original state; "the recovery of the forest after the fire was surprisingly rapid"
  • A return to a normal state of health, mind, or strength
  • The action or process of regaining possession or control of something stolen or lost
  • convalescence: gradual healing (through rest) after sickness or injury
    methods
  • Orderliness of thought or behavior; systematic planning or action
  • A particular form of procedure for accomplishing or approaching something, esp. a systematic or established one
  • (A Method) Return to Cookie Mountain is the third full-length album by the American rock group TV on the Radio.
  • (method) a way of doing something, especially a systematic way; implies an orderly logical arrangement (usually in steps)
  • method acting: an acting technique introduced by Stanislavsky in which the actor recalls emotions or reactions from his or her own life and uses them to identify with the character being portrayed
    silver
  • coat with a layer of silver or a silver amalgam; "silver the necklace"
  • Provide (mirror glass) with a backing of a silver-colored material in order to make it reflective
  • (esp. of the moon) Give a silvery appearance to
  • a soft white precious univalent metallic element having the highest electrical and thermal conductivity of any metal; occurs in argentite and in free form; used in coins and jewelry and tableware and photography
  • Coat or plate with silver
  • made from or largely consisting of silver; "silver bracelets"
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Bridges to Literacy: Learning from Reading Recovery
Bridges to Literacy: Learning from Reading Recovery
In 1984, Carol Lyons and Diane DeFord joined the team of Charlotte Huck and Gay Su Pinnell in a new venture: implementing Reading Recovery as a small pilot project in Columbus, Ohio. Ever since that time, they have been on a fascinating "transitional" journey, seeking to make connections between their previous beliefs and understandings about children and teachers as learners and readers, and new insights they were having through their work with teachers and children. This book is entitled Bridges to Literacy because it attempts to represent the routes, or bridges, the authors have formed between two adjacent ideas: one-on one instruction and classroom instruction.
One question they are often asked about Reading Recovery is "Why can't it be done in groups?" Reading Recovery was designed by Marie Clay and her colleagues to solve a problem they were having in excellent classroom environments. Some children were not engaging in the classroom demonstrations these teachers were devising; they needed finely tuned, one-on-one instruction from "noticing" teachers who could follow their every move to confirm and lead them into building a firm knowledge base about strategies in reading. However, many of the procedures and materials used in Reading Recovery are based on good instructional techniques that classroom teachers may use with groups of children.

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The Veritas League and the Quest for the Tome of Tangiers: Epilogue
The Veritas League and the Quest for the Tome of Tangiers: Epilogue
Report of Rev. Allon Oryza, CSP To: Ignatius Cardinal Murphy, Prefect of the Sacred Congregation for the Defense of the Faith, Rome My Dear Cardinal: This is my final report on the Quest for the Tome of Tangiers. I am pleased-- and not a little relieved-- to report to you that the John Dees copy of the Necronomicon of Abdul Al'Hazred has been destroyed, and the threatened release of the fiend Cthulhu has been averted. Attached you will find what documentary recollections we have been able to assemble, providing incontrovertible testimony to the existence of dark beings of inconceivable power who seek the subjugation and destruction of the entire human race. Through God's manifold grace, and the courage and sacrifice of my companions in the Veritas League, Cthulhu rests again in the deathless sleep of the interdimensional Limbo of R'lehy. In the course of our travels, we have encountered a rare form of desert wraith whose touch appears to drain from living victims the very essence of life, the energy that sustains us on the most cellular level. These aggressive spirits were successfully repulsed by means of improvised technology, as well as the centuries-tested methods of exorcism we have long employed. This experience suggests we further research the use of electro-mechanical technology to both defend against and dispel those agents of Darkness that still roam our world unchallenged. With regard to my childhood friend and later enemy Emil Reynard, the Silver Talon, I am wracked with regret that our conflict resulted in his demise rather than his conversion and redemption. I must confess to you, Excellency, that seeing the abomination he had become, I felt only disgust and horror. In those last moments of his life my heart was filled not with pity or compassion, but with a hatred I have rarely experienced. On a deep spiritual level, I was wounded by the beast he became. On my next visit to the Eternal City I will seek out the help of my confessor, Fr. Albertus, to try to recover some willingness to forgive Emil for his betrayal and his mad rejection of his very humanity. I struggle to pray for God's mercy on him, while fearing that he deserves an eternity in the hell he has chosen. My mind knows that such judgment belongs properly only to God Almighty, but my heart still seethes with hatred. While Emil Reynard is dead and gone, our other opponent in this conflagration, Belladonna Aconite, is still at large. Apparently she managed to slip away from the Hoever Carriage after planting the explosives that nearly blew us all to Kingdom Come. Although she acted in concert with Reynard, her self-interest was unclear in his plans to construct armies of man-machine chimeras. While Emil was acting out of his own madness and the seductions of the Necronomicon; I am convinced that Aconite was serving another master. Although she may have been in the open desert when Professor Fumolato's molecular explosive detonated, I would not presume her dead. My intuition tells me that many of the marionette strings on Reynard and Aconite were being manipulated by a man whose ultimate agenda has yet to be revealed: the Gearmaster. I would be remiss if I failed to point out the terrible price that has been paid by the members of the Veritas League for the continued security of an unsuspecting public. To a man (and woman!) they have acted selflessly and courageously in the face of evil that would paralyze lesser men. Perhaps the most damaged by these events is our mentor, Professor Gunther Wasserstrom. Overcome by grief following the death of his wife, Helena, he sought a means to mitigate his loss by bringing her back to this life. Long experience has shown us that such follies always end in terror and tragedy, as they certainly did in this instance. We are hopeful that with successful treatment Wasserstrom may be healed enough to resume a normal life. We are doubtful that he will ever return to active participation in the work of the Veritas League. Professor Fumolatro has spoken to me of some research in which Wasserstrom may play a part. We plan to take him to the League's Chicago facility to begin his recuperation. Regrettably, Wasserstrom's two assistants were lost to the dark forces of the North African desert. May God have mercy on their souls. Karl Eckhardt, for many years a valuable agent of the League, as well as talented barrister and explorer, has literally paid with his life for our success. Although he remains among the living, he is in many ways a changed man. His eyes hold a coldness of gaze which hints that a vital part of him is somewhere else, somewhere not on this Earth. As we traveled from Col du Zegotta to Tangiers, he was forced to walk, as any approach he made to the camels caused them to spit and back away. In moments of camaraderie his humor and vitality appear unchanged, but he often spends more time alone, in the silence and darkness, listening for he knows not what.
DeBeque Phacelia
DeBeque Phacelia
Though DeBeque phacelia seldom grow larger than a silver dollar, this plant is particularly small. Photo credit: USFWS ........................................................................... BACKGROUND: DeBeque phacelia (Phacelia submutica) DeBeque phacelia is a very small, low-growing plant with cream colored flowers and dark-green to purplish leaves. This member of the waterleaf family (Hydrophyllaceae) is an annual, emerging in early April and completing its one-year life cycle by mid-June. The plant is only found in a twelve-mile radius around the town of DeBeque, in Mesa and Garfield Counties, Colorado and is restricted to colorful exposures of chocolate to gray shades of alkaline clay soils within the Wasatch geologic formation. On these island-like barren exposures, it grows in small patches with few individuals. Individuals are known from 9 separate populations and numbers dramatically fluctuate from year-to-year, depending on climatic conditions. DeBeque phacelia was first discovered in 1911 by naturalist George E. Osterhout, but extensive survey efforts to map the range of the species were not made until the 1980’s. Because of DeBeque phacelia’s limited range, small population size, and numerous threats to the species, it was proposed for listing as threatened under the Endangered Species Act in 2010 with a final listing expected in 2011. Threats to the species today include: oil and gas development, off-road vehicle traffic, heavy livestock use, proposed water projects, and potential effects from climate change. To help manage and conserve DeBeque phacelia, research is underway to study the effects of dispersed development from oil and gas, off road vehicles, and grazing on the species. Another research project underway looks at the species’ reproductive strategy and collects information about its seed bank. In addition, this research is working to develop a method to survey for DeBeque phacelia year-round, using the seeds in the soil. Together, these projects will help land managers find ways to balance development with species conservation. Eighty-seven percent of DeBeque phacelia populations are on public lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management and the U.S. Forest Service. The remaining twelve percent are on private lands. The Endangered Species Act does not protect plants on private lands and therefore, all conservation actions on private land are voluntary. Funding is available to landowners wanting to conserve the species. Please contact Gina Glenne or Ellen Mayo at 970-243-2778 for further information on this species and ways that you can help with conservation and recovery.

silver recovery methods
silver recovery methods
The Easy Way to Stop Smoking: Join the Millions Who Have Become Non-Smokers Using Allen Carr's Easyway Method
A new edition of the revolutionary bestseller, with four million copies in print. Allen Carr’s innovative Easyway method—which he discovered after his own 100-cigarette-a-day habit nearly drove him to despair—has helped millions kick smoking without feeling anxious and deprived. That’s because he helps smokers discover the psychological reasons behind their dependency, explains in detail how to handle the withdrawal symptoms, shows them how to avoid situations when temptation might become too strong, and enables them to stay smoke-free. Carr discusses such issues as nicotine addiction; the social “brainwashing” that encourages smoking; the false belief that a cigarette relieves stress; the role boredom plays in sabotaging efforts to stop; and the main reasons for failure. With this proven program, smokers will be throwing away their packs for good.

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