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Eagle-Sage
Author: David B. Coe
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 0812566866
Pages: 640
Year: 2001-03-15
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Animosity runs deep between the people of Lon-Ser, a land where magic was surrendered in the wake of technology, and the Children of Amarid who still practice sorcery, and now Lon-Ser seeks to expand its territory. Reprint.
Sage Dreams, Eagle Visions
Author: Danielle M. Hornett
Publisher: MSU Press
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Pages: 230
Year: 2004
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Amanda Aaron, a woman of mixed Ojibwe and white heritage, spent twenty years living in Milwaukee, away from her home and family. After the deaths of her parents, a short-lived marriage to an abusive non-Indian, and finally a tragic accident in which her friends were killed, she is pushed into a state of depression. Acting on her doctor’s orders, she returns to her grandparents’ cabin on her home reservation in northern Wisconsin, seeking the solitude she needs to recover. Migizi, the Eagle, the Grandfather’s messenger, gifts Amanda with a feather, then visits her one night in her bedroom. Wanting to believe it was a dream, but knowing it was not, Amanda seeks the advice and counsel of Elders on the reservation who, in turn, introduce Amanda to Noah, a spiritual man who can guide and advise her as her life becomes complicated with unwanted responsibilities. Eventually, Amanda is forced to admit that the void she has been experiencing can only be filled by a return to the reservation—a life that has always enriched her and provided her with the needed strength to achieve her goals.
Marketing Ethics & Society
Author: Lynne Eagle, Stephan Dahl
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1473934036
Pages: 320
Year: 2015-09-15
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Marketing, while essential to organisational success, is arguably one of the most controversial aspects of business management. Criticisms of marketing’s impact range from fostering materialism and unsustainable consumption patterns through to the use of deception, stifling of innovation and lowering of quality, to name but a few. Taking a holistic and international perspective, this book critically examines the ethical challenges marketing faces and explores strategies marketers can use to respond to those challenges. The book examines specific aspects of marketing activities, such as ethical considerations in relation to young consumers, potentially harmful products and criticism of the societal impact of medical, arts and tourism marketing activities. It then combines these with wider discussions of frameworks that enable marketers to respond to ethical challenges, supplemented by discussions of cross-cultural and international perspectives, consumer responses and ethical consumption movements as well as shifting historical perceptions of marketing ethics. The book is accompanied by a companion website including: PowerPoint slides and teaching notes per chapter, links to free SAGE journal articles and online videos selected per chapter by the authors, quizzes per chapter and links to further reading online. Visit: https://study.sagepub.com/eagle
One Hundred Years of Old Man Sage
Author: Jeffrey D. Anderson
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 0803210612
Pages: 140
Year: 2003
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Sherman Sage (ca. 1844?1943) was an unforgettable Arapaho man who witnessed profound change in his community and was one of the last to see the Plains black with buffalo. As a young warrior, Sage defended his band many times, raided enemy camps, saw the first houses go up in Denver, was present at Fort Laramie for the signing of the 1868 treaty, and witnessed Crazy Horse?s surrender. Later, he visited the Ghost Dance prophet Wovoka and became a link in the spread of the Ghost Dance religion to other Plains Indian tribes. As an elder, Old Man Sage was a respected, vigorous leader, walking miles to visit friends and family even in his nineties. One of the most interviewed Native Americans in the Old West, Sage was a wellspring of information for both Arapahos and outsiders about older tribal customs.ø ø Anthropologist Jeffrey D. Anderson gathered information about Sage?s long life from archives, interviews, recollections, and published sources and has here woven it into a compelling biography. We see different sides of Sage?how he followed a traditional Arapaho life path; what he learned about the Rocky Mountains and Plains; what he saw and did as outsiders invaded the Arapahos? homeland in the nineteenth century; how he adjusted, survived, and guided other Arapahos during the early reservation years; and how his legacy lives on today. The remembrances of Old Man Sage?s relatives and descendants of friends make apparent that his vision and guidance were not limited to his lifetime but remain vital today in the Northern Arapaho tribe.
Run the Rockies
Author: Steven Bragg
Publisher: The Mountaineers Books
ISBN: 0972441352
Pages: 189
Year: 2004
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A comprehensive reference guide to the Colorado Front Range for any level of trail runner. *Contains many of the best outings in the state from the Colorado Mountain Club, the outdoor experts in the Rockies for nearly a century*Full-color guidebook, plus fully GPS enabled*The latest in a new series from the Colorado Mountain Club: CMC's Classics
Shaman, Healer, Sage
Author: Alberto Villoldo, Ph.D.
Publisher: Harmony
ISBN: 0307421619
Pages: 256
Year: 2007-12-18
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Alberto Villoldo, a classically trained medical anthropologist, has studied shamanic healing techniques among the descendants of the ancient Inkas for more than twenty years. In Shaman, Healer, Sage, he draws on his vast body of knowledge to create a practical and revolutionary program based on the traditional healing methods used by these shamans -- methods that, until now, have been inaccessible to most of the world. Villoldo explains that central to shamanic healing is the concept of the Luminous Energy Field that is believed to surround our material bodies. His book teaches us to see and influence the imprints that disease leaves on this field and thereby to heal ourselves and others, as well as prevent illness. Villoldo weaves wonderful teaching stories throughout about the healing power of the energy medicine of the Americas. In one story, Villoldo comes down with pneumonia while in Peru. When antibiotics fail to control the infection, his mentor, the shaman Don Antonio, uses the process of Illumination to remove the toxins that had invaded Villoldo's body. These same shamanic techniques later allowed Villoldo to remove stagnant energy from a young woman whose marriage was suffering due to her past experience with abandonment. With the aid of shamanic work, the woman regained her trust in others, and her marriage was revitalized. This book is rich with ancient wisdom and contemporary techniques we can use to help ourselves and others, as well as with the more advanced methods of master shamans, which are being brought to a wide audience for the first time. From the Hardcover edition.
Gifts of an Eagle
Author: Kent Durden
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1453271716
Pages: 152
Year: 2012-09-11
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New York Times Bestseller: The “extraordinary” true story of a golden eagle adopted by a California ranching family, and how she changed their lives (Delia Ephron). In 1955, Ed Durden brought a baby golden eagle home to his ranch in California, where she would stay for the next sixteen years. As her bond with Ed and the Durden family grew, the eagle, named Lady, displayed a fierce intelligence and strong personality. She learned quickly, had a strong mothering instinct (even for other species), and never stopped surprising those who cared for her. An eight-week New York Times bestseller, Gifts of an Eagle is a fascinating up-close look at one of the most majestic creatures in nature, as well as a heartwarming family story and “an affectionate, unsentimental tribute” (Kirkus Reviews).
Savoring Sage Time
Author: I. Leahanna Young
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1475957572
Pages: 162
Year: 2012-11
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The media's focus on the assumption that we should avoid growing old at all costs creates a fear of approaching these aging years. But in Savoring Sage Time, author I. Leahanna Young provides a road map for growing old and wise and appreciating the mature years of life's journey. Young offers insights into the value of the role of the wise sage in today's world and shares vignettes from real people whose experiences provide evidence that aging can be a rich adventure and that there is value in years lived. Savoring Sage Time tells the humorous, courageous, and colorful stories of Smokey the motorcycle sage, a sage in disguise, Nancylee the range boss sage, and the bounce-back sage. Savoring Sage Time discusses the ABCs of becoming wise and shows you how to appreciate life's gifts of taste, smell, hearing, touch, and sight by being awake and open in each moment. It reveals the ways to live a life of learning, to be fully alive, and to leave a legacy of wisdom.
SAGE of the ANASAZI
Author: Timothy A. Buzzard
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1493190016
Pages: 152
Year: 2014-05-02
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A few years ago, my wife Mary and I found ourselves exploring a vast and remote archaeological area of Northern New Mexico called Chaco Canyon. We were fortunate enough to stumble upon a tour, guided by a National Park archaeologist who, in his midsixties, spent his entire PhD career studying ruins in and around Chaco. He told us, “We know there were people living here and when they lived here. We know there were buildings here.” He gestured around at the obvious. “Everything else is just speculation.” He paused to allow time for this naked and refreshing honesty to sink in. Then he said, “Archaeology is informed speculation—but it is speculation nonetheless.”
The Buffalo Directory
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Children of Amarid
Author: David B. Coe
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 1429911018
Pages: 608
Year: 2007-04-01
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A thousand years ago in Tobyn-Ser, Amarid and Theron discovered magical crystals that enabled them to bond with hawks to produce powerful magic. together, they started an order, dedicating themselves to using their powers to help their people. Theron was expelled from the Order for abusing his power, but ever since, the Children of Amarid have faithfully upheld their vow using their power selflessly to protect the land and its people. Now the idyllic peace of Tobyn-Ser has been shattered by news of mages destroying crops, burning villages, and murdering innocents. Rumor even say that Theron may have returned from the dead to wreak vengeance on Tobyn-Ser an the Order that spurned him. uncovering the truth about the renegade mages and restoring peace to the sundered land will take a young but powerful Hawk-Mage named Jaryd across the length and breadth of Tobyn-Ser, a journey he must complete before it's too late to save the Order...and the world. At the publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management software (DRM) applied.
The Commercial Advertiser Directory for the City of Buffalo
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Reflections on Sage Lake
Author: Joy Rick Atkins
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1469100657
Pages: 131
Year: 2006-02-20
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Reflections on Sage Lake is a memoir of a half century of summers spent at a cottage in northern Michigan originally purchased by the authors in-laws. Having always dreamed of someday owning a cottage, she and her husband and their young family spend as much time as possible at a place that became a much loved home away from home. Sometimes humorous with stories about their children, then their grandchildren, the book is often nostalgic over the passage of time and dread the author feels as age and failing health prove a threat to their Sage Lake summers.
Sage for Undergraduates
Author: Gregory V. Bard
Publisher: American Mathematical Soc.
ISBN: 1470411113
Pages: 3520
Year: 2015-02-16
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As the open-source and free competitor to expensive software like MapleTM, Mathematica®, Magma, and MATLAB®, Sage offers anyone with access to a web browser the ability to use cutting-edge mathematical software and display his or her results for others, often with stunning graphics. This book is a gentle introduction to Sage for undergraduate students toward the end of Calculus II (single-variable integral calculus) or higher-level course work such as Multivariate Calculus, Differential Equations, Linear Algebra, or Math Modeling. The book assumes no background in computer science, but the reader who finishes the book will have learned about half of a first semester Computer Science I course, including large parts of the Python programming language. The audience of the book is not only math majors, but also physics, engineering, finance, statistics, chemistry, and computer science majors.