While on this short Murchison falls tour, you won’t miss to encounter the Nile Crocodile, elephants, buffaloes, giraffes and a variety of antelopes regularly encountered on game drives, while lions are seen with increasing frequency. The Nile itself hosts one of Africa’s densest hippos and crocodile populations & a dazzling variety of water birds including the world’s most accessible wild population of the rare shoe-bill. The Stretch of the Victoria Nile provides one of Uganda’s most remarkable wildlife spectacles. You get to see the Nile squeeze through a 7 – 8 meter wide gorge plunging with a thunderous roar into the “Devil’s Cauldron” creating a trademark rainbow. There is a chance to land a massive catch of the Nile perch which lives within strong currents and highly oxygenated water. En-route to this park before Masindi town, there is a chance to go track Rhinos at the Ziwa Sanctuary which will be re-introduced back into the wild soon.
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Short stories and excerpts of hilarious, mind-boggling, heart-wrenching moments of unfortunate events that led up to seeking the truths of life. It not only makes you think twice about life itself but takes you down your own memory lane of your vices and choices you've come to make so far.The incredible thing about the truth is that it waits to be revealed in small pieces and fractions at different stages of our lives and presents itself to you when that time is ready. You will come to have the profound capacity of fully comprehending the meaning that comes with it. We may be occupied with the diverse roles and challenges of life in our daily activities, but the recurring questions never fail to circle back and begin to arise stronger than before. What’s the actual meaning and purpose of life? What is the heart of the truth behind all that is? What is your truth? So when life hands you cranberries, you better run toward it and grab a large chockful of it, then squeeze every drop of it to make yourself something good - like Popsicles. Instead of getting your knickers scrunched up in a ball. Because you get to choose or you get to lose. Every single time without exceptions. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Carl H Martens. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/139508/bk_acx0_139508_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
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From Face the Nation moderator and Slate columnist John Dickerson come the stories behind the stories of the most memorable moments in American presidential campaign history. The stakes are high. The characters full of striving and ego. Presidential campaigns are a contest for control of power in the most powerful country on earth. The battle of ideas has a clear end, with winners and losers, and along the way there are sharp turning points-primaries, debates, conventions, and scandals that squeeze candidates into emergency action, frantic grasping, and heroic gambles. As Mike Murphy the political strategist put it, "Campaigns are like war without bullets." Whistlestop tells the human story of nervous gambits hatched in first-floor hotel rooms, failures of will before the microphone, and the cross-country crack-ups of long-planned stratagems. At the bar at the end of a campaign day, these are the stories reporters rehash for themselves and embellish for newcomers. In addition to the familiar tales, Whistlestop also remembers the forgotten stories about the bruising and reckless campaigns of the 19th century when the combatants believed the consequences included the fate of the republic itself. Some of the most modern-feeling elements of the American presidential campaign were born before the roads were paved and electric lights lit the convention halls - if there were convention halls at all. Whistlestop is a ride through the American campaign history with one of its most enthusiastic conductors guiding you through the landmarks along the way. PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your Library section along with the audio. 1. Language: English. Narrator: John Dickerson. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/hach/002685/bk_hach_002685_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Transdermal drug delivery is hardly an old technology, since 1800's and the technology is no longer just adhesive patches. Due to recent advances in technology and the ability to apply the drug to the site of action without rupturing the skin membrane, transdermal route is becoming a widely accepted route of drug administration. Recently, various strategies have been used to augment the transdermal delivery of bioactives. Mainly, they include iontophoresis, electrophoresis, sonophoresis, chemical permeation enhancers, micro needles, and vesicular system. Among these strategies elastic liposomes appear promising. Elastic liposomes possess an infrastructure consisting of hydrophobic and hydrophilic moieties together and as a result can accommodate drug molecules with wide range of solubility. It is an ultra deformable vesicle, elastic in nature which can squeeze itself through a pore which is many times smaller than its size owing to its elasticity. They can deform and pass through narrow constriction (from 5 to 10 times less than their own diameter) without measurable loss. This high deformability gives better penetration of intact vesicles.
Is it possible for law to squeeze out values, since the nihilism towards values leads towards the rejection of the major role of the law, which is the protection and realization of values? Does the legal norm, as the part of law turned into the command, really have for its goal to establish the behavior which carries out the values it contains? As opposed to the law, there is a man able to ponder and wonder: Does he live in accordance with the legal norms only out of fear of punishment? Would it be possible for the government to establish the legal system which would be totally based on the fear of sanctions? Can that kind of legal system ever become a stable whole, or might it be destroyed by itself? The answer to the question posed by St. Thomas Aquinas depends on the answers to the previously posed questions. The question posed by St. Thomas Aquinas is: Is the law made only for the evil and the wicked?
&#8220;Greenhouse probably knows more about what is happening in the American workplace than anybody else in the country. . . He achieves a near-impossible task, producing a page-turning book that spans a century of worker strikes, without overcondensing or oversimplifying, and with plausible suggestions for the future. . . Great nonfiction requires great characters, and Greenhouse has the gift of portraiture. He is able to draw a complex, human portrait of a worker with a minimum of words, making the reader greedy for more details, not just about the policies but about the people. And he has both the newspaper writer&#8217;s ability to find the one or two individuals whose personal stories exemplify a larger point, and the historian&#8217;s ability to make what has already happened seem unlikely. He is skilled at homing in on the moments of the highest uncertainty, and transforming them into stories with quick and destabilizing twists and turns. . . Engrossing, character-driven, panoramic.&#8221; &#8212;Zephyr Teachout, The New York Times Book Review 'What I fear is that the there is a systematiceffort to wipe clean our national memory of the capacity and benefits ofworkers acting collectively and buildingstrong unions. Greenhouse&#8217;s book helps us remember that labor unions really did build the middle class, raise the dignity of workers, and civilize workplaces. It also gives us reason to believe that, as labor activist Rose Schneiderman poetically framed it, workers still &#8220;must have bread&#8221; but &#8220;must have roses, too.&#8221; &#8212;Robert Bruno, Perspectives on Work &#8220;[A] comprehensive primer on a subject that is intimately intertwined with our collective history. . . It is obvious that &#8220; Beaten Down, Worked Up&#8221; represents a monumental&#8211;and mostly successful&#8211;attempt to connect all the dots and thus provide a clear context for the ongoing societal debate about the efficacy of the labor movement and its place in contemporary culture. . . If you are concerned about the future, and especially our economic prospects, this is one you&#8217;ll definitely want to add to your reading list. Highly recommended.&#8221; &#8212;Aaron Hughey, Bowling Green Daily News &#8220;Bold. . . Greenhouse equates strong unions, or at least worker power, with democracy itself, and he sees very few limits on what a successful and healthy labor movement could achieve.&#8221; &#8212;Shelia McClear, The New Republic &#8220;Powerful . . . A combination of labor union history in America, investigative reporting about how rapacious employers and Republican governance have diminished labor unions, and an agenda for the revitalization of unions across the country. . . A clearly written, impressively researched, and accomplished follow-up to The Big Squeeze.&#8221; &#8212;Kirkus (starred review) &#8220;An invaluable read for anyone interested in understanding one of the more shameful aspects of America&#8217;s status quo: the persistence of a working poor who, for the most part, work far harder than the rest of us yet live in a state of perpetual economic uncertainty, if not outright destitution.&#8221; &#8212;Sarah Carr, The Washington Post &#8220;Superb, important and eminently readable. . . a searing indictment of how labor&#8217;s decline magnified inequality and injustice in the U.S. Much recommended.&#8221; &#8212;Nicholas D. Kristof, op-ed columnist, The New York Times, and author of Tightrope &#8220;Greenhouse presents a sympathetic but critical survey of American labor . . . this lively and informative read will appeal to those interested in the current challenges facing American workers.&#8221; &#8212;Charles K. Piehl, Library Journal &#8220;Inspirational. . . This collection will satisfy readers who seek an introduction to labor history or ideas about how American workers can regain some power.&#8221; &#8212;Publisher&#8217;s Weekly &#8220;Compelling. . . Greenhouse [has]. . . a journalistic flair for personal stories often absent from academic accounts. An inspired