Group Flight Booking

group flight booking
  • An engagement for a performance by an entertainer
  • engagement: employment for performers or performing groups that lasts for a limited period of time; "the play had bookings throughout the summer"
  • the act of reserving (a place or passage) or engaging the services of (a person or group); "wondered who had made the booking"
  • (booked) reserved in advance
  • An act of reserving accommodations, travel, etc., or of buying a ticket in advance
  • Shoot (wildfowl) in flight
  • shoot a bird in flight
  • (in soccer, cricket, etc.) Deliver (a ball) with well-judged trajectory and pace
  • a formation of aircraft in flight
  • an instance of traveling by air; "flying was still an exciting adventure for him"
  • Put together or place in a group or groups
  • Put into categories; classify
  • arrange into a group or groups; "Can you group these shapes together?"
  • any number of entities (members) considered as a unit
  • (chemistry) two or more atoms bound together as a single unit and forming part of a molecule
  • Form a group or groups
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The L Word: Welcome to Our Planet
The L Word: Welcome to Our Planet
I've been a fan of The L Word since the first ep, but never obsessively enough to buy a fan book like this. I was sucked into the L Hole, as Catherine calls it, because a new character was introduced who wields power tools, wears a flight suit and makes sculpture. Plus she's deaf and is played by Marlee Matllin who both signs and speaks. This visual bilingualism intrigued me immensely, especially since she stands up for truth, artistic integrity and self-knowledge. I was smitten as was Bette, the show's lead, played by Jennifer Beal who is more beautiful, now, than she was as a kid in Flashdance. She also made her character biracial which is so rare in media especially when played by an actor who actually is biracial. It is—as Showtime boasts—groundbreaking. The show itself embodies lots of plot lines that are not represented anywhere else in television, not with such wit and humor, anyway, nor with such breadth. Not to mention that it feeds our insatiable appetite for intimate scenes between women. After the first season, the show's creators showed serious flaws in character continuation and development, plot choices and wardrobe design, rendering the show emotionally treacherous and prompting the formation of ad hoc support groups. Still it is the only show we can really call ours and has become extremely influential in setting the parameters for other queer media. This fan book, which only covers season one and two, is pretty lightweight, but shows how the show was developed and has evolved. Lots of pictures, trivia, complete episode recaps and lists of now famous lines, props, pivotal scenes and plot turning points. Some of the L Word Plots that I have lived: The sperm donor search was the opening plotline of season one. I did spend some time searching for a sperm donor during my wanna-baby window, but decided against the whole project. Catherine and I got to watch our married lesbian friends go through the process so this is pretty much the cornerstone plot of lesbian life today. The L Word made it funny and bearable. The Planet coffee house where the girls hang out and talk is key. The most vibrant queer/bohemian hang-out of my day was The New Varsity bar, restaurant and art-house, movie theatre. I was in love with a tall, attractive lesbian there who managed the theatre. Tall, sexy, Marina runs the Planet in the L Word and became the lesbian heartthrob of the opening season. The Varsity died of high rent trauma and was bought by Barnes & Noble for a bookstore, despite our valiant efforts to save it as a theatre. The Planet closes briefly, but is saved by a drag king with money. One of the characters, Jenny, writes and publishes her memoirs and receives scathing reviews fitting for her level of narcism. Sincerely hope this will not be my fate and am constantly reminded by Jenny of my own self-obsessed youth. Jenny is the pivotal character in season one, since she is lesbian-vampired by Marina. That is, she was straight until Marina snared her. This is familiar territory as reported in one of my essays, "Confessions Of A Lesbian Vampire" published in the anthology "Dyke Life" back in '95. Jenny and Shane search for a roommate in season two and screen an assortment of homophobic and inappropriate candidates. I was always in charge of the roommate search; it is one of the more onerous chores of being queer because inevitably someone is going to say they aren't comfortable living with homos or they come with their own freak baggage because they think that since you're queer you'll be okay with it. Two L Word characters do a teach-in on tolerance and gay people for a classroom of 5th graders. I did a handful of these in my career, but only at high schools. I got the same question—"How do girls do it?" but from a sincerely confused girl not a snarky boy. In season three the L Word killed off one of it's most popular characters with breast cancer because the creators wanted to raise awareness of breast cancer. Fans agree that this was possibly the biggest mistake in lesbian television history (which is basically 85% The L Word). Both Catherine and I were videographers for a metastatic breast cancer support group study, so are very familiar with this journey to death. Our professional opinion is that a young, fit woman would not have been taken so quickly by a mere infection. Catherine watched her best friend die, as did many in the decade of AIDS; breast cancer was the disease celebre of the lesbian community. In season one, Christian Fundamentalists picket our heroine Bette at home and at the art gallery where she works because of a controversial art exhibit. It doesn't take much to set these people off. I received bible-quoting hate mail for my appearance as an out lesbian columnist in the Palo Alto Weekly, a free newspaper. It sent chills down my spine and every time someone self-identifies as a Christian, the hair stands up on the back of my neck. So it was v
Sci-Fi Masterworks Books (complete)
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The complete SF Masterworks series published by Gollancz (part of the Orion Group). The first 73 books are numbered, the latest seven are not of the same cover design. From top left the books are: The Forever War by Haldeman, Joe I am Legend by Matheson, Richard Cities in Flight by Blish, James Do Androids Dream of Electirc Sheep by Dick, Philip K. Stars My Destination by Bester, Alfred Babel-17 by Delany, Samual R. Lord of Light by Zelazny, Roger Fifth Head of Cerberus by Wolfe, Gene Gateway by Pohl, Frederik Rediscovery of Man by Smith, Cordwainer Last and First Men by Stapledon, Olaf Earth Abides by Stewart, George Rippey Martian Time-Slip by Dick, Philip K. Demolished Man by Bester, Alfred Stand on Zanzibar by Brunner, John Dispossessed by Le Guin, Ursula Drowned World by Ballard, J. G. Sirens of Titan by Vonnegut, Kurt Emphyrio by Vance, Jack Scanner Darkly by Dick, Philip K. Star Maker by Stapledon, Olaf Behold the Man by Moorcock, Michael Book of Skulls by Silverberg, Robert Time Machine & War of the Worlds by Wells, H. G. Flowers of Algernon by Keyes, Daniel UBIK by Dick, Philip K. Timescape by Benford, Gregory More than Human by Sturgeon, Theodore Man Plus by Pohl, Frederik Case of Conscience by Blish, James Centauri Device by Harrison, M. John Dr. Bloodmoney by Dick, Philip K. Non-StopAldiss by Brian W. Fountains of Paradise by Clarke, Arthur C. Pavane by Roberts, Keith Now Wait For Last Year by Dick, Philip K. Nova by Delany, Samual R. First Men in the Moon by Wells, H. G. City and the Stars by Clarke, Arthur C. Blood Music by Bear, Greg Jem by Pohl, Frederik Bring the Jubilee by Moore, Ward Valis by Dick, Philip K. Lathe of Heaven by Le Guin, Ursula Complete Roderick by Sladek, John Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said by Dick, Philip K. Invisible Man by Wells, H. G. Grass by Tepper, Sheri S. Fall of Moondust by Clarke, Arthur C. Eon by Bear, Greg Shrinking Man by Matheson, Richard Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch by Dick, Philip K. Dancers at the End of Time by Moorcock, Michael Space Merchants by Kornbluth, Cyril M. & Pohl, Frederik Time Out Of Joint by Dick, Philip K. Downward to the Earth by Silverberg, Robert Simulacra by Dick, Philip K. Penultimate Truth by Dick, Philip K. Dying Inside by Silverberg, Robert Ringworld by Niven, Larry Child Garden by Ryman, Geoff Mission of Gravity by Clement, Hal Maze of Death by Dick, Philip K. Tau Zero by Anderson, Poul Rendevous With Rama by Clarke, Arthur C. Life During Wartime by Shepard, Lucius Where Late The Sweet Birds Sang by Wilhelm, Kate Roadside Picnic by Strugatsky, Boris Dark Benediction by Miller Jr., Walter M. Mockingbird by Tevis, Walter Dune by Herbert, Frank Moon is a Harsh Mistress by Heinlein, Robert A. Man in the High Castle by Dick, Philip K. Inverted World by Priest, Christopher Cat's Cradle by Vonnegut, Kurt Childhood's End by Clarke, Arthur C. Island Of Doctor Moreau by Wells, H. G. Dhalgren by Delany, Samual R. Time Machine by Wells, H. G. Helliconia: Hellonica Spring, Helliconia Summer, Helliconia Winter by Aldiss, Brian W.

group flight booking
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