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This book contains a brainstorming game for groups or classrooms. The game was designed by a professor of entrepreneurship, who has taught the subject for more than a decade in the USA, Europe, and Asia. The game involves combining current and future social trends to stimulate the identification of interesting valuable venture ideas. Over a hundred trends are included in this booklet in bite-sized paragraphs. While the book can be used fruitfully by most audiences, it is designed especially for those who have some familiarity with different business models (i.e. industry professionals and business school students). The 2015 edition is designed for the Korean market, but can be useful in most regional contexts.
"A Father for Her Triplets: " An uplifting new tale celebrating Mothers in a Million.
Single mom Missy Johnson has worked hard to provide her adorable triplets with the secure childhood she never had. But now that her baking business has taken off, Missy's left struggling to juggle cupcakes and kids!
That is until gorgeous Wyatt McKenzie comes back to town, bringing memories she'd prefer stayed locked away... But when she sees him bonding with her mischievous trio, Missy realizes five might just be the perfect number!
Reader Favorite--"Her Pregnancy Surprise"
Grace would do anything for her daughter--even if it means seeing Danny again. He broke her heart once, and he doesn't even know he has a child....
Jean Louis De Esque wrote this lyric poem in 1908. The work begins with a short poem entitled When I am Gone. oWHEN I AM GONE What good is Fame when I am dead and gone, When in immarcescible regions My temple rots and soul doth storm and mourn As bones of mine adorn an early grave? Who'll hear and know that I worked hard and long, That twin sighs and tears storm'd me by legions, My life, a sunless one bleak and forlorn. No ray of light whilst I in thralldom slave? What good is Fame when I am dead and gone, When in fenowed abyss', stark and cold, I wend my solemn footsteps and atone, Whilst Fame my brow doth crown with its renown? Who know that heart and soul bled on and on, That storm-swept aches and woes were mine untold, My life a waste, from which there stole a moan, No Aureole whilst I in sorrow drown? What good is Fame when I am dead and gone, When far and wide my praise is heard and sung, WHEN I AM GONE And busts and marble-heads my deeds unfurl To multitudes that knew me not in flesh? Not when I'm gone care I for Renown's dawn, Now, whilst I labour at Fame's lowest rung, Let me reap dame Approval's brightest pearl And sip its olpe as I my battles thresh.o"
Sonya, a succubus, struggles with her affliction. She can have any man she wants, until she screws them to death. That's why she's tried a girlfriend on for size, but a girl's still got to eat. The trail of bodies have led Detective Anderson to Seattle. He's determined to find hard evidence and put Sonya away for good. Normally a man would be no match for a succubus, yet Sonya's powers seem to have no effect on the determined detective. Dubbed the "Black Widow," Sonya must evade the law until she can find a way to overcome her curse, which means finding the Blood Stone, the relic that killed her mother.
Mark arrives in Rome to take down an exhibition of his paintings but they have all been stolen. Is it simple theft or a scam, and why are Christian fundamentalists, a mysterious old hermit, and suddenly a special division of Europol so interested? Above all, will the divine Angelina become more interested in him than in his art...? Film-texts are in the format of a film-script, but are not designed for actual film production. They are intended to be read and imagined, and play with a variety of familiar film genres, including romantic comedy, political thriller, and tourist guide: a kind of fantasy travel souvenir. Other NCQ film-texts are set in Athens, Prague, Rome, Venice, and fourth-century Egypt.
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