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The revelatory memoir by former "poster girl for Scientology" Michelle LeClair about her defection from the Church, her newly accepted sexual identity, and the lengths to which Scientology went to silence it. For years, Michelle LeClair, former President of Scientology's international humanitarian organization, tried to reconcile her sexual orientation with the anti-gay ideology of the church. Michelle finally ends her horrific marriage, finds the love of her life, a woman, and ultimately leaves the Church. But the split comes at a terrible price. Her once pristine reputation is publicly dragged through the mud, the police raid her home, her ex-husband tries to gain full custody of their children, and the multi-million dollar business she built from scratch is utterly destroyed. In this tell-all memoir, Michelle offers an insider's perspective on Scientology's pervasive influence, secret rituals, and ruthless practices for keeping members in line. It's a story of self-acceptance, of finding the strength and courage to stand up for your emotional freedom, and of love prevailing.
Banish acne, spots and blemishes! 80% of the population have suffered from acne at some stage of their lives. Acne can be a frustrating, embarrassing, disfiguring and often painful condition. As one of the most common and widespread conditions, it affects children, teenagers and adults alike. Any condition that alters the physical appearance has far-reaching, debilitating consequences, including low self-esteem, isolation and helplessness. But today, thanks to extensive research and a wealth of information, it doesn’t have to. Perfectly Clear: The Perfect Guide to Clear Skin is a concise, reliable and accurate guide that deals with all aspects of living with acne. From how it develops and how it can be treated, to what products to avoid and what lifestyle changes to make, respected experts Dr Nick Lowe and Dr Philippa Lowe share invaluable information to get perfectly clear skin. Acne can be seen as a trivial condition and, because of this, sufferers often don’t get the care and treatment they need. With a vast range of treatments available, sometimes only a small change is required to make a significant difference to the condition. This book, quasi-manual, is a helpful, go-to reference book and troubleshooting guide for any acne sufferer. It explains the facts and debunks many of the commonly held theories about acne and affirms that, with the correct treatment, it need not be a long-term problem. Perfectly Clear: The Perfect Guide to Clear Skin is the ideal read for sufferers of this condition, as well as their family and friends.
Let Us Be Perfectly Clear is a collection of Paul Hornschemeier's full-color short stories and shows off his playful experimental side and his protean stylistic verve. Perfectly Clear brings back into print stories that Hornschemeier published prior to his Three Paradoxes Fantagraphics debut from a variety of sources―his own self-published Forlorn Funnies, as well as strips that originally appeared in independent magazines and papers―none of which has been available to the book trade.
Learn how to enhance your images with Perfectly Clear. This plugin for Photoshop and Lightroom analyzes photos and makes corrections by combining image analysis and customized user settings. In this course, Rich Harrington shows how to enhance photos and fix common problems for a wide range of images using Perfectly Clear's presets and manual adjustment tools. Start watching to learn how to correct exposure, enhance color, sharpen details, retouch portraits, and develop raw files. Plus, get an inside look at the Lucid standalone apps, which harness the power of Perfectly Clear's one-click image adjustments for iOS devices and Windows and Mac computers.
Instructors often desire to be clear in their teaching. However, a new area of research raises the possibility that instructors can use ambiguity strategically in courses and assignments to foster improved learning outcomes in students. This study uses quantitative research methods to explore how student characteristics affect learning outcomes when presented with varying levels of instructor messaging regarding clear and ambiguous assignments. Specifically, the measured student's tolerance for ambiguity, mindset, as well as learning orientation and grade orientation as well as the impact instructor messaging regarding assignments has on student's learner empowerment and affective learning. Findings suggest that instructor messaging does impact student learning. Specifically, ambiguous assignments were more impactful than clear or strategically ambiguous assignments in most cases. Additionally, tolerance for ambiguity and learning orientation did relate to student learning, but mindset and grade orientation did not. Results of this study have implications for how and when instructors provide information regarding classroom assessments.
Published in 1874 in Leavenworth, Kansas, during the post-Civil War charity cookbook boom, The Kansas Home Cook-Book is a fascinating, genuine example of how women during this time were able to express their political influence through sales of cookbook collections. Besides the fund-raising that the cookbook provided, this culinary collection showcases the cooking talents of local women, what was common fare during the time period, and the local community opinions and prejudices. Each recipe is individually attributed and adds to the personal tone of the collection, which includes recipes with a Midwestern influence, such as Mrs. Elvira Burr’s Strawberry Short Cake, Prairie Chicken and Buckwheat Griddle Cakes, and Mrs. C. Foster’s Breakfast Rolls. With its special historical context and authentic local recipes, The Kansas Home Cook-Book is regional book in its origins, but it has modern-day appeal throughout the country. This edition of The Kansas Home Cook-Book was reproduced by permission from the volume in the collection of the American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, Massachusetts. Founded in 1812 by Isaiah Thomas, a Revolutionary War patriot and successful printer and publisher, the society is a research library documenting the lives of Americans from the colonial era through 1876. The society collects, preserves, and makes available as complete a record as possible of the printed materials from the early American experience. The cookbook collection comprises approximately 1,100 volumes.
A sequel to The Honeywood File (originally published in 1929, and reissued by Academy Chicago in 2000), it takes the form of an epistolary novel. Some of the great comic characters inhabit the pages of this book, and like all comedy, they contain more than a grain of truth. The book tells, in the form of letters gleaned from an architect's files, the excitments and and disasters of designing and building a large country house, with the painful aftermath of clearing up the defects and haggling over the bill. What makes this book so enjoyable and instructive is the clever interplay of all the diverse characters in the drama, and the author's sagacious and witty running commentary on their performance. The main protagonists are the hapless young architect James Spinlove; Sir Leslie Brash, his peppery and pompous client; the honest John Grigblay, the builder whose down-to-earth common sense gets the job done despite difficulties. Plus a cast of glorious inventions as Hoochcraft, Potch, Nibnose & Rasper, and Beddy & Tinge, quantity surveyors.