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TableTalk Conversation Cards present 52 cards with fascinating facts and intriguing questions to get great conversations rolling at home, in school, at parties, camp, or while travelling.
Are you dating, engaged to, or married to someone from another country? You probably have tons of questions about the U.S. immigration process. The Green Card Guidebook covers all of the must-know details, including: Top green card myths What you should do RIGHT now even if you're not yet engaged How the government decides whether your relationship is legit Planning a wedding and honeymoon around tricky immigration timeframes, and Keeping sane during the sometimes challenging process. Start your immigration journey with the peace of mind that comes from learning the facts from a real immigration lawyer!
Write a real note on a real card from a package of Writer's Notecards from Galison Green! Go ahead and enclose a snapshot or a cartoon. Each set of 100% recycled paper cards includes 12 cards--either 6 each of two designs or 3 of four--plus 13 colour-coordinated decorative envelopes with square flaps. They are packaged in a 4-3/4 x 6 x 1" recycled paper window box. The cards themselves are tent-fold, measure 4-1/4 x 5-1/5", and have a blank interior. Coloured square-flap envelopes are decorated with an element from the card design. Writer's Notecards coordinate with Writer's Notebook titles
This book describes guidelines prepared by the U.S. Country Studies Program for the evaluation of options to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions. The U.S. Country Studies Program developed these guidelines in collaboration with Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory to provide developing countries and countries with economies in transition with reference materials for national mitigation assessments. Over 50 countries participating in the program have used the guidelines, which have been refined to reflect their comments. The guidelines delineate a step-wise methodology for evaluating greenhouse gas mitigation options for the energy and non-energy sectors and describe the applications of common analytical tools. The U.S. Country Studies Program uses these guidelines in conjunction with intensive training workshops and follow- up technical assistance during the lifetime of each country's study. The program uses similar reference materials to assist counties with their greenhouse gas emission inventories and evaluations of climate change vulnerability and adaptive responses. These guidelines serve three purposes: to assist countries in making decisions about the scope and methodology for mitigation assessments; to provide countries with guidance and step-by-step instructions on each element of a mitigation assessment; and to help countries determine which analytical tools are best suited to their needs and describe procedures for applying these tools. This book describes the application of the most common and readily available methods and analytical tools. Countries are encouraged, where appropriate, to use their own methods.
Third-Party Trump Card is the story of two Cuban Americans, Rick Torres and Vic Flores, who after rising to the highest levels of political power in the United States, believe they have the trump card to beat the Electoral College to win the American Presidency. As presidential candidates the two amigos consequently form a "survivor" pact in which they promise not to outvote each other in the Republican primaries. To further secure his presidential winning bid, Torres involves former New York mayor and business tycoon Steve Trumberg in a third-party scheme which he believes will guarantee him a surefire win against his Democratic opponent and hot favorite Jackie Sisano. Events take on many unexpected twists and turns, and Torres's third-party trump card plot gets lost in a number of ensuing card reshuffles. This leads to the most inconceivable and dramatic house of cards presidential election ever envisaged.
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