Daggers Unsheathed

Author: Judi Tyabji Wilson
Publisher: Heritage House Publishing Co
ISBN: 9781894384476
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It is a thought-provoking analysis of what happened in the backrooms, the
newsrooms, and the courtrooms of the province and of the fallout, which raises
serious questions about democracy in Canada. Author Judi Tyabji Wilson has
had direct access to many of the political, media, and legal players and first-hand
experience on their battlefields. Daggers Unsheathed Is essential reading to help
understand the state of contemporary politics on Canada's West Coast. Glen
Clark after his ...

The Last Field Of Honor

Author: J. L. Ficks
Publisher: Mirror Images Publishing
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Other fire warriors unleashed powerful army. conflagrations thattore through
Sadora's scattered Lord Sadora unsheatheda daggerandthrew it atanother
waveof fire warriors,butit passedstraight through. He unsheathed more daggers,
ignoringhis axes,and threw theminembittered aggravation. 'How did that mirage
harm usifit is onlyan illusion?'he wondered. 'This mustbe some trickof the Fata'
morgana!' hewas certain, 'Which means the Fata'morgana canharm myarmy, but
wecanstrike ...

Canadian Book Review Annual

Author: Joyce M. Wilson
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ISBN: 9780968242193
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Daggers Unsheathed : The Political Assassination of Glen Clark. Surrey:
Heritage House Publishing, 2002. 335p. photos. biblio. index. $32.95. ISBN 1 -
894384-47- 4. CCIP. DDC 971.1'04'092. Judy Tyabji Wilson, a former British
Columbia MLA and wife ofNDP insider Gordon Wilson, is wel 1 positioned to
write about what she characterizes as the po I itical assassination of former
premier Glen Clark. In Daggers Unsheathed, she endeavors to explain how Clark
went from being the ...

All Night Awake

Author: Sarah A. Hoyt
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ISBN: 9780441011124
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Will stares in horror as the two men beside him advance toward the Queen,
daggers unsheathed. Marlowe steps forward, toward the Queen, in a slow walk,
like an ill- controlled puppet. For the oddest moment, for no more than a breath,
Will wished to kill the Queen. It was the voice of the elf, and whatever magical
compulsion he'd thrown from his lifted hand. But Will had been bespelled before,
and had endured the spells and lived through them. Will was a Sunday child,
who saw the ...

Passage To Stomio

Author: Rachel Econ
Publisher: Wheatmark, Inc.
ISBN: 1604941456
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The small group of Vampires unsheathed their blood red daggers and charged
Atlas. Atlas blocked their stabbing motions easily. Trip stabbed Atlas six times in
the arm; Otto got him in the back twice. Thresi watched as blood covered Atlas'
clothes. Thresi immediately unsheathed her sword and attacked Somari. Somari
took quick jabs at Thresi, but Thresi didn't let them pass the impenetrable barrier
that she made with her sword. She disarmed Somari with a swift movement and ...

Understanding Shakespeare Macbeth

Author: RUTH FRIEMAN
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I laid their daggers ready; He could not miss 'em. Had he not resembled My father
as he slept, I had done't. Lady Macbeth has just shown her first human feelings.
Up, to now, she has been undiluted evil. But now she says that she herself would
have killed Duncan when she went to make sure that the grooms were drugged
and their daggers unsheathed, if the sleeping King had not reminded her of her
own father. She is thinking of Macbeth, walking with him in her imagination. By
now ...

You And No Other

Author: Jo-Ann Power
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ISBN: 9781416503118
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She had her hands in the air as he pulled her summery gown down along her
arms, when she heard a rustling in the trees, the clanking of armor, and the
whistle of daggers unsheathed. "How intriguing," came a voice that made Lacy
shudder and yank at her gown to continue to pull it over her head when Matt, for
some reason, had stopped. "Two Fletchers for the effort of seizing one." Lacy
stared at Matt, who stood naked, eyes blazing hatred, teeth clenched — two
daggers held to his ...

The Acadian Diaspora

Author: Christopher Hodson
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199910812
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... from the king's regiment in Le Palais to “arrest anyone who attempted to pass
through his land.” At seven in the evening on March 15, 1767, six peasants from
Bangor did just that as they returned home from work at the nearby farm of the
sieur le Luc. “Seeing so many of them armed with pickaxes,” the soldier admitted
to Babin that “if they wanted to avenge themselves, he could not stop them.” As
the bellilois unsheathed daggers and “raised their pickaxes to strike,” Babin
brandished ...

Encounter

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And there was the courage of some, clear like the dawn, Leocritus and Evander
with their daggers unsheathed against the archers; who struck them, who drew
their short swords, who turned on the others like desperate wolves. Phemius
sang and wept, and mixed with the verses a flood of tears when those two were
laid low. After them, the massacre was almost over. But here he noticed the old
men — Pisander, Leodes, Ctesippus, surrounded on all sides by death yet so far
unharmed ...

Encounter

Author: Stephen Spender
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"Of Zeus the Father we know the justice" he began, his voice weak with the horror
of the unclean trap, for those innocent men, for Megippus, the youngest, a boy,
who before his eyes had reached one of the doors and slammed against it, and
stayed there, nailed to it, where a bronze spear had pierced him with terrible
force between the shoulder blades. And there was the courage of some, cleax
like the dawn, Leocritus and Evander with their daggers unsheathed against the
archers; ...