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At Peril


"At Peril" is a book by Thomas J. Cottle.

  • also known as "At peril: stories of injustice"

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Google previewThe New Biographical Dictionary Of Film 5Th Ed (2010)

by David Thomson

It should also be said that Rebecca is a disguised horror film, with Fontaine at peril in an ...

Google previewEnvironment : Problems And Policies : (encyclopaedia Of Environment), (2005)

by K.R. Gupta

social and environmental objectives; • No discernible changes in the unsustainable consumption and production patterns, which are putting the natural life-support system at peril; • Lack of mutually coherent policies or approaches in the areas of finance, trade, investment, technology and sustainable development, particularly in the context of a globalising world; • The financial resources required for implementing Agenda-21 have not been forthcoming and mechanisms for transfer of ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Global Warming Science and Technology (2009)

by Bruce E. Johansen

additional temperature rise will place the atmosphere at peril of crossing this line. According to James Hansen, director of GISS, If global emissions of carbon dioxide continue to rise at the rate of the past decade, this research shows that there will be disastrous effects, including increasingly rapid sea level rise, increased frequency of droughts and floods, and increased stress on wildlife and plants due to rapidly shifting climate zones. ('' Research ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Diasporas (2005)

Immigrant and Refugee Cultures Around the World. Volume I: Overviews and Topics; Volume II: Diaspora Communities by Melvin Ember, Carol R. Ember, Ian Skoggard

There is little doubt that many of the emigrants were relatively prosperous people who were attracted by the prospect of obtaining land and religious freedoms then at peril in England. Nevertheless it is equally evident that a high proportion of all emigrants from the British Isles (down to the 1780s) were bonded servants. Indenturing was the main vehicle of British emigration for 150 years. By this means a person effectively mortgaged himself or herself to a ship captain or a future ...

Google previewSimiles Dictionary (2013)

by Elyse Sommer

marriage was like breathing, as soon as you noticed the process, you topped it at peril of your life —Laura Furman A married man forms married habits and be— comes dependent on marriage just as a sailor becomes dependent ...

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The animals of the planet are in desperate peril... Without free animal life I believe we will lose the spiritual equivalent of oxygen. (Alice Walker)
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