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Dincolo Si Dincoace de Paradoxism

By: Florentin Smarandache

Mi-a sosit, de curand, cu po~ta aeriana, 0 carte din Amcrica. Era expcdiata de Florentin Smarandache, din Phoenix. Arizona. un valcean de-al nostru din Balce~ti, fugit Inainte de revolutic prin Turcia ~i "aclimatizat" In Statele Unite. Cinc e Florentin Smarandache: profesor de matematica, aut or a peste cincisprczece volume. poet. initiator al curentului paradoxise acum cercetator la Corporatia de computere Honeywell. Arizona. L-am cunoscut bine pe acest domn In ...

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Destin

By: Florentin Smarandache

Stadionul (Central) din Craiova ... Timp excelent ... Aproximativ 50000 de spectatori, veniti ~i din comunele inveeinate ... . Grupuri-grupuri de ehibiti se-ndreapta spre tribune Ie arhipline, eu table la subrat, earti de joe ~i cate-o sticla de yin aseunsa pe sub haine, prin saeo~e. Multimea s-a a~ezat pe seari, s-a ureat pe blocurile din apropiere, pe tabela de marcaj, pe sterna.

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Circles of Light

By: Florentin Smarandache

This book contains a collection of poems compiled by Florentin Smarandache.

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Encyclopedie

By: Denis Diderot

This book is a universal dictionary of arts and sciences. It contains the definitions of the terms in several arts, liberal and mechanical, and also several sciences. Encyclopedie is was a translation of "Cyclopaedia" into French. As Diderot translated the book, he came up with the idea that it should not be limited to just the arts and science but every branch of knowledge that should be learned by man. It was a project that was 20 years in the making before it was finally completed.

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On the Babylonian Captivity of the Church

By: Martin Luther

Martin Luther goes through the seven sacraments of the medieval Catholic Church with his interpretation of the Bible. He teaches his opinions on the different pratices taken place within the Catholic Church and what they should or do represent. The book is seemingly set in an "angry tone" as this was the first time he accused the pope of being the Antichrist. Luther's book was further published in German by his opponent Franciscan Thomas Murner, in hopes that he would...

“Rise up then, you popish flatterers, one and all! Get busy and defend yourselves against the charges of impiety, tyranny, and lèse-majesté against the gospel, and of the crime of slandering your brethren. You decry as heretics those who refuse to contravene such plain and powerful words of Scripture in order to acknowledge the mere dreams of your brains! If any are to be called heretics and schismatics, it is not the Bohemians or the Greeks,47 for they take their stand ...

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Ka Palapala Hoohalike I Ka Mooolelo Kahiko (A Publication Concerni...

By: Iosua Toulemina Kamika

He buke uuku keia, he maikai no nae i kou manao, ke huli mai na kamalii a me kanaka, me ka noonoo, a me ka makemake e lilo i poe naauao. Pela oukou e hana, e ka poe heluhelu. Mai hoomauna i ka manawa ma ka heluhelu wale. E imi ikaika i ke ano. A pau i ka heluhelu, alaila, e hoi hope, a heluhelu hou aku, a heluhelu hou aku, a paa ka naau. Ina pela ka hana, e lilo paha keia buke i mea e pono ai na kula, a me kanaka. A maopopo ka pono o keia huke, malama e kakau hou ia, mah...

Ua oi aku ka makemake o ke kanaka e huli i kekahi hana ke ikeia ka hope, a me ka uku o ia hana, mamua o kona makemake, ke ike ole ia ia mau mea. No ia mea, ua akakaia, e ao oluolu ia na mea i kakauia iloka o keia buke a me na mea like, ke ikeia ka uku pono i loaa mai ai, mamua o ka oluolu ke ike ole ia. Ua maikai kela mea keia mea e like me kona hoolilo ana ia kakou i poe noho malie, a me ka pomaikai. Oia wale no ka maikai o ka ike a pau loa. Nolaila, he pono e ninau, p...

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Na Mele O Hawaii Nei: 101 Hawaiian Songs

By: Samuel H. Elbert

These 101 songs are all postmissionary and owe their musical origin to missionary hymns. None of them are technically chants but some, such as " 'Alika," "Hole Wai-mea," and "Maika'i Kaua'i," are chants that have been edited and set to music. The songs date from the mid-1850's to 1968—the date of Mary Kawena Pukui's Christmas song translations. The majority are from the time of the monarchy and so are already somewhat venerable. Nearly all are sung often today and are we...

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He Malaai Ka'U

By: William H. Wilson

Ua hookumu ia na Punana Leo no ka hoomau ana i ka olelo Hawaii i olelo ola ma waena o na kamalii o Hawaii nei. O keia ka makamua loa o keia ano hooikaika olelo Hawaii ana ma ka "hooluu olelo," o ia hoi, ma ka malama ana i ka la kula holookoa o na kamalii ma ka olelo Hawaii wale no. I mea e loaa ai he mau puke olelo Hawaii no na kamalii, ke hoolaha aku nei ke Komike Hana Haawina o ka Aha Punana Leo i keia wahi puke nei me ka manaolana e mahuahua ka ike a me ke ao i ka olelo aloha o ka aina.

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He Lumi Hou Ko Ka Hale

By: William H. Wilson

The internationally known Aha Punana Leo, Inc. is a non-profit organization which was established in 1983 to revitalize the nearly extinct Hawaiian language and establish schools taught entirely through that language. The following year, the organization founded the first Punana Leo school which was also the first Native American language immersion school in the United States. After the Punana Leo families changed an 1896 law banning Hawaiian language schools, the Punana...

Ua nui ko Kimo hauoli i ka lohe ana e pili ana i ka pepe hou. O Kimo ke keiki hookahi o ka ohana Komohale, a kokoke e piha elima makahiki ia ia i keia wa. Aka nae, i nehinei no i hai mai ai kona mama a me kona papa ia ia e loaa ana he pepe hou ma ka ohana. Hookahi wale no nae pilikia o ka ohana Komohale. Ua liilii loa ko lakou hale, a makemake lakou e pakui i lumi moe hou no ka pepe.

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Life in Early Hawaii the Ahupuaa

By: Kamehameha Schools Press

The first edition of The Ahupuaa, published in 1979, was planned and developed by the Kamehameha Schools Hawaiian Studies Institute. It was the first publication undertaken by the institute, which was created in 1978 to consolidate the efforts of Hawaiian studies specialists from several Kamehameha programs. Kamehameha staff members Nuulani Atkins, Hooulu Cambra, Peter Galuteria, Donald D. Kilolani Mitchell, Gordon Piianaia, and Mahela Rosehill cooperated on research an...

In the time of umi, son of the great chief Liloa, the Hawaiian islands were divided into political regions. The four mokupuni (larger islands) of Kauai, Oahu, Maui, and Hawaii were divided into moku (districts). The smaller islands of Molokai, Lanai and Kahoolawe became moku of Maui and Niihau a moku of Kauai. For ease in collecting annual tribute the moku were subdivided into ahupuaa, land sections that usually extended from the mountain summits down through fertile val...

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He Kuhikuhi O Ke Kanaka Hawaii (A Guide for Hawaiians)

By: J. W. H. Kauwahi

O ka agreement, oia ka Olelo Ae like, i hanaia a i hoo-holoia mawaena o na kanaka elua, a he lehulehu paha, no na mea a pau a laua, a o lakou paha i ae pu ai e hana. I ka manawa e palapala ai i olelo ae like mawaena o na aoao elua, he mea pono e hooopaa ia maloko o ka palapala na kumu nui, a me na mea a pau i ae like ia, a e kakau inoa ia hoi e na aoao elua nana ia olelo, a me na hoike pu no hoi; a nolaila i kapaia?i kela, he olelo ae like. O na kuinu manao, a ine na me...

He olelo ae like keia no ka hana ana a me ke kukulu ana i ka hale, i hanaia i keia la umi o Ianuari, M. H. hookahi tausani ewalu haneri a me kanalima kumamaono, mawaena o Lola Haleakala no Kapalama, Oahu, ma ka aoao mua, a me Laakea no Honolulu, Oahu, ma ka aoao elua, a eia na olelo a laua i ae like ai; o ka mea nona ka aoao elua i hoikeia maluna, ke hoopaa nei oia, a ke ae aku nei me ka mea nona ka aoao mua i oleloia maluna, e hana no oia, a e kapili pono, a e hana a pa...

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Aia Ka Alakeka Ma Kaipapau (Is There an Alligator at Kaipapau)

By: Shawna Makala West

Na Kamalei-K. E. E. P. — Koolauloa Early Education Program is a Native Hawaiian nonprofit organization that includes Hoala Na Pua, a parent-child interaction and family education program that services the families of Koolauloa, Oahu, Hawaii. pictures for their books. Each book is published in the official languages of Hawai‘i: Hawaiian and English. Blends of ancient and modern Hawaiian words were included within the texts of our stories. The use and spelling o...

Ka Hui Makua O Ke Kula Kaiapuni O Hau‘ula participated in this project because of love and passion for our mother tongue, and to encourage and support our keiki (children) in the creative process of expressing their mana‘o (thoughts, ideas) through writing. The name Alligator Pond is celebrated by the imagination of the children of Hau‘ula: that this rock formation resembles the body of an alligator. No one knows where the name originated. This beach area has been kno...

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I Mea Aha Ke Kai

By: Lilinoe Andrews

The internationally known ?Aha Punana Leo, Inc. is a non-profit organization which was established in 1983 to revitalize the nearly extinct Hawaiian language and establish schools taught entirely through that language. The following year, the organization founded the first Punana Leo school which was also the first Native American language immersion school in the United States. After the Punana Leo families changed an 1896 law banning Hawaiian language schools, the Punan...

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A’Ohe Inoa Komo ‘Ole O Ke ‘Ai

By: William H. Wilson

The internationally known ‘Aha Punana Leo, Inc. is a non-profit organization which was established in 1983 to revitalize the nearly extinct Hawaiian language and establish schools taught entirely through that language. The following year, the organization founded the first Punana Leo school which was also the first Native American language immersion school in the United States. After the Punana Leo families changed an 1896 law banning Hawaiian language schools, the Punan...

Kula Kaiapuni Hawai’i is usually a stream of classes within an English medium school. While children in the English medium classes often admire the ability to speak Hawaiian, they also sometimes tease Kula Kaiapuni Hawai’i students for being different. Although all children tease each other, being teased while in a minority position requires some positive support. This book was written in response to parents' requests for help in dealing with a true-life situation: the d...

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Aia He Kaheka

By: Wíllíam H. Wílson

Aha Punana LeoHe ahahui auhau ole ka Aha Punana Leo i ho okumu ia i ka makahiki 1983 no ka ho ola ana i ka olelo Hawai i a me ka ho okumu ana i na kula e a o ia i loko wale no o ia olelo. I ia makahiki aku, ua ku ke kula Punana Leo mua loa, ke kula ho olu u olelo oiwi mua loa ho i o Amelika Hui Pu la. Ma hope o ka ho ololi ia ana e ka ohana Punana Leo o kekahi kanawai o ka makahiki 1896 e papa ana i na kula olelo Hawai i, ua lawe ia ke ki ina ho ona aua...

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La Perdita Princino de Oz

By: L. Frank Baum

Kelkaj el miaj junaj legantoj produktas mirindajnb imagajojn. Tio placas al mi. Imago portis la homaron tra la Malluman Epokon al gia aktuala nivelo de civilizacio. Imago instigis Kolumbon trovi Amerikon. Imago instigis Franklinon trovi elektron. Imago donisal ni la vapormotoron, la telefonon, la parolmasinon kaj la automobilon, car necesis revi pri ili antau ol realigi ilin. Do mi kredas ke revoj-kiujn oni spertas dum la tago kun malfermaj okuloj kaj plene funkcianta ce...

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The Suffering of Being Kafka

By: Sam Vaknin

A second volume of short stories and poetry translated from the Hebrew.

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Fourier, Mechanical Engineering, August, 2005, Pp 30-31 (A Condens...

By: Eugene F. Adiutori

Fourier, Mechanical Engineering, August, 2005, pp 30-31 (a condensation of ?Fourier?the Father of Modern Engineering?)

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Frate Cu Meridianele Si Paralelele, Vol. 1

By: Florentin Smarandache

L-am cunoscut în 4 ianuarie 2003 pe paradoxalul paradoxist Florentin Smarandache (nascut în Balcesti, Vâlcea, la 10 decembrie 1954) la întâlnirea organizata de colegii sai de la Liceul Pedagogic Râmnicu Vâlcea si desfasurata în mod mai mult sau mai putin paradoxal la Liceul de Arta Râmnicu Vâlcea. Venise în vacanta de Craciun acasa, la Balcesti. Facuse o calatorie lunga, tocmai de dincolo de Ocean, din SUA, de la Universitatea “New Mexico” din orasul Gallup, statul New M...

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Emigrant la Infinit

By: Florentin Smarandache

fI cunosc de mai bine de un deceniu $i Ii cunosc $i carJile sale, fn manuscris, sau publicate $i cred ca aceasta noua carte, "Emigrant la infinit", versuri americane, consolideaza 0 opera Iiterara $i un destin, Evoluand Intr-o literatura care, pe langa Eminescu $i 8laga, a dat lumii $i pe Urmuz, Tristan Tzara, Isidore fsou sau Eugen lonescu, Florentin Smarandache I$i revendica 0 tradijie moderna pe care 0 continua $i 0 Itnbogaje$te pe masura talentului sau.

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