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  • While this is very useful and gives the city a competitive advantage, it turns out this andat is also capable of removing the seeds from people (and thus performing abortions.)

    REVIEW: A Shadow in Summer by Daniel Abraham

  • While their methodology was ordinary, the tools and techniques used by the cyberspieswho breachedGoogle andat least 20other companies were no amateurs.

    China-Google quarrel highlights world of cyber espionage

  • The 'magic system', if the relationship between the poets and the andat can be described as such, is vivid and interestingly depicted, but it's more of a means to an end than an end in itself.

    Archive 2010-03-01

  • That place looks dirty, smells dirty andat one time theyserved something called a “banana roll” in their pre-made sushi section.

    BAGELFELLER GOES DOH! | Midtown Lunch - Finding Lunch in the Food Wasteland of NYC's Midtown Manhattan

  • Twilight's sequel New Moonis all set to playa huge part at Comic-con in San Diego andat th...

    Twilight’s ‘Eclipse’ First New Cast Member

  • Pre-service teacher education programs in these places tend to include courses in content-specific pedagogy to develop teachers' knowledge of how their discipline works and empower them to help learners deal with certain types of conceptual issues unique to their field, research projects where teachers write theses on teaching practice and other issues in the schools, andat least one year of training within a school setting.

    Sabrina Stevens Shupe: How Do Successful School Systems Treat Teachers?

  • Both men become embroiled in a chilling conspiracy designed to destroy the power of the andat once and for all.

    A Shadow in Summer by Daniel Abraham

  • Whilst the empire was destroyed, the colony-states across the ocean survived and became the cities of the Khaiem, where the power of the andat continues to hold sway and hold rival nations, such as expansionist Galt, in check.

    A Shadow in Summer by Daniel Abraham

  • Centuries ago the Old Empire fell to an internecine civil war, destroyed by the sorcerers known as poets, wielding the powers of ideas given human form and volition, the andat.

    A Shadow in Summer by Daniel Abraham

  • However, the new Khaiem poets are haunted and traumatised by what happened to them and their families during the war, and placing the power of the andat in the hands of those burning for vengeance proves to be a decision with far-reaching consequences...

    The Price of Spring by Daniel Abraham

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