The Hyde Effect

Journalist Douglas Morgan, private eye Nick Grundel, and horror novelist Blake Corbett, however, have each theorized that the mangling, incredible though it seems, might be the work of a werewolf.

Author: Steve Vance

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 059514781X

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In the hills of Southern California, a series of violent and gruesome deaths occurs within the space of a few hours. The murders are attributed to some unknown, savage animal. Precisely one month later, college student Meg Talley is attacked in the same manner. Astonishingly, she survives, but when she insists that her assailant was a hideous monster-like creature, she is called hysterical. Journalist Douglas Morgan, private eye Nick Grundel, and horror novelist Blake Corbett, however, have each theorized that the mangling, incredible though it seems, might be the work of a werewolf. Now they team up with Meg to puruse an intensive investigation. When a suspect is apprehended and confined, the four are on hand. But neither skeptics nor believers are prepared for the bone-chilling terror and cataclysmic violence that will be unleashed in the night of the January full moon...

The Hyde Effect

Steve Vance. THE HYDE EFFECT Table of Contents PART ONE Prologue 1 2 3 4.

Author: Steve Vance

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In the hills of Southern California, a series of violent and gruesome deaths occurs within the space of a few hours. The murders are attributed to some unknown, savage animal.Precisely one month later, college student Meg Talley is attacked in the same manner. Astonishingly, she survives, but when she insists that her assailant was a hideous monster-like creature, she is called hysterical. Journalist Douglas Morgan, private eye Nick Grundel, and horror novelist Blake Corbett, however, have each theorized that the mangling, incredible though it seems, might be the work of a werewolf. Now they team up with Meg to peruse an intensive investigation. When a suspect is apprehended and confined, the four are on hand. But neither skeptics nor believers are prepared for the bone-chilling terror and cataclysmic violence that will be unleashed in the night of the January full moon…

The Hyde Gene Effect

He also suggests that aggressive or hostile behavior in subjects today may be caused by what he calls the “Hyde Effect”, Ivan affirmed. “This Hyde Effect is a genetic phenomenon?” Tom asked. “What I am trying to say, is that your client ...

Author: AJ DeLaura

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1796065366

Category: Fiction

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Tom Waller knows danger. As a highly trained agent for Tailfeather, the Nation’s most secret security organization, he has faced numerous perils throughout his service. This time, however, a seemingly innocent favor for Esme Barrows, his fiancé, may be his most explosive mission. Anton Kaszor, one of the world’s most brilliant and richest men and both a client and former lover of Esme, needs this favor. A favor which exposes Tom to unanticipated consequences. Meanwhile, John W. Harington, senior senator from the State of Delaware and popular chairmen of the United States Senate Arms Committee is about to announce his presidential candidacy for the Republican Party at a national event. Suddenly, the senator mysteriously disappears from the campaign hall and Anton, his closest friend and biggest collaborator, may be involved. Tom gets drawn into the vortex of Anton’s psychological maelstrom as the past envelops the present and threatens the lives of everyone important to him.

The Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Effect

ABSTRACT: This research examined the impact of managed care upon long term care facilities. My purpose was to describe how certain characteristics of long term care facilities were related to providers' attitudes towards managed care.

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ABSTRACT: This research examined the impact of managed care upon long term care facilities. My purpose was to describe how certain characteristics of long term care facilities were related to providers' attitudes towards managed care. In addition, I used this study to investigate whether the degree of managed care penetration was associated to providers' attitudes. The final purpose of the study was to describe long term care providers' perceptions on the access, quality and availability of services. The study revealed that providers harbor negative attitudes towards managed care. However, there was limited evidence of significant relationships between facility characteristics and providers' attitudes. Thus, in providers' experiences with managed care there may be other factors that influence attitudes, These factors may be (1) whether the provider takes an active or passive role when interacting with managed care organizations and (2) whether providers' attitudes are related to real or perceived experiences with managed care.

Pratiyogita Darpan

Hyde. Effect. The Hyde Act legislation was passed by the US Congress and is a Domestic Law of the US. This Act is named in the honour of the Chairman of the House Committee of International Relations, Henry J. Hyde. The Hyde Act allows ...

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Pratiyogita Darpan (monthly magazine) is India's largest read General Knowledge and Current Affairs Magazine. Pratiyogita Darpan (English monthly magazine) is known for quality content on General Knowledge and Current Affairs. Topics ranging from national and international news/ issues, personality development, interviews of examination toppers, articles/ write-up on topics like career, economy, history, public administration, geography, polity, social, environment, scientific, legal etc, solved papers of various examinations, Essay and debate contest, Quiz and knowledge testing features are covered every month in this magazine.

Atlantic Reporter

to the plaintiff , and a promise to pay it , | facturing lumber , bark , etc. , under the followed by its payment , could have no general law , and located at Hyde Park . greater effect than to discharge Henry from In April , 1890 , it ...

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Design and Development Proceedings of Technical Conference

THE JEKYLL AND HYDE EFFECT Fig . ( 2 ) shows how a maker , in this case a pump maker , is gradually ' transposed from the ' Jekyll Standard organisation ' to the ' Hyde pump producer ' . A chain of recurring ' Jekyll and Hyde effects is ...

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Establishing Rules of Interpretation Governing Questions of the Effect of Acts of Congress on State Laws

Mr. HYDE . On the one subject of treason which gave rights to the Congress . I am sure your attention has been called to this difficulty for a long time ... Mr. HYDE . A question , not by way of 20 EFFECT OF ACTS OF CONGRESS ON STATE LAWS.

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How the Republicans captured the House

7 We also examined the effects of votes taken on several other prominent issues — gays in the military , the Hyde amendment to prohibit federal funding for abortions except in cases involving incest and when the life of the mother is in ...

Author: David W. Brady

Publisher: Hoover Press

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Hearings

It is my understanding , again speaking very generally , that the agreement or working understanding which was reached back in October of last year between the Canadian Government and ours , which was an extension in effect of the Hyde ...

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The Appearance of the Fantastic and its Effects in R L Stevenson s The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

Seminar paper from the year 2013 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 1,0, University of Frankfurt (Main), course: Romance – Realism – Fantastic: Modes of Writing in the 19th Century, language: ...

Author: Nhung Phan

Publisher: GRIN Verlag

ISBN: 3668699399

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Seminar paper from the year 2013 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 1,0, University of Frankfurt (Main), course: Romance – Realism – Fantastic: Modes of Writing in the 19th Century, language: English, abstract: In her work The Fear of the Other, Schmidt analyses, inter alia, the motif of the Double as well as its appearance in 19th Century literature in the Gothic tradition. The quotation above expresses the definition of the double-ganger, also described as the wrong self, which is connected with antithetic values opposed to the prototype. Schmidt utilises the expressions such as ‘First Self’ for demonstrating the protagonist and ‘Second Self’ which designates the definition of the dark half or rather the alter ego. While describing the divided self and explaining the relationship between good and evil of the double-ganger, Schmidt rather focuses on the ‘Second Self” and its multiple denotation, as “the Second Selves make their appearances either as instinct shadowlike figures, coming alive in the form of pictures or reversed as mirror images” (Schmid The Fear of the Other). These aforementioned double-ganger motifs are literary represented in a plethora of English narrations in both English Romanticism and in early 20th Century literature in the Gothic tradition. As social and personal identity crises were augmentative during the Romantic epoch, the literary double “serves to express an epoch’s fear of the collapse of social values”, therefore authors used the double motif in literature in order to “illustrate the issue of the fragmentability of the human soul” (36). While split personality was a feature of the prototype of a double-ganger in the Gothic genre, “the Second Self mostly contains aspects of the demonic, (...), the monstrous, (...) and is bound into a context of moral ambiguity” (ebda). These features demonstrate the “Second Self” as a diabolical alter ego, who always appears as a self-divided villain, marked by the uncanny and the evil.

Medicare and Medicaid Guide

Whether the Hyde Amendment in fact ended HHS's power to finance abortions during the notice period depends on when Congress intended the restriction to take effect . Since the Amendment is ambiguous in this regard , an inquiry of ...

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Department of Defense appropriations for fiscal year 1980

Although no national figures on illegal abortions exist , we do know of several situations when women have resorted to these methods since the Hyde restriction has been in effect . Many of the more populous States ...

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Parliamentary Debates0

... during certain the difficulties which have to be enhours of the day during several seasons countered successfully before that plan caused such a highly inconvenient block can be carried into effect are considerof vehicles at Hyde ...

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Ruins and Rivals

The fact that the Hyde brothers seem to have had only vague plans for their Cliff Dweller finds after they had been ... the more overtly scientific strategy Wetherill adopted for the Hyde Expedition did not have the desired effect of ...

Author: James E. Snead

Publisher: University of Arizona Press

ISBN: 9780816523979

Category: Social Science

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Published in cooperation with the William P. Clements Center for Southwest Studies, Southern Methodist University Ruins are as central to the image of the American Southwest as are its mountains and deserts, and antiquity is a key element of modern southwestern heritage. Yet prior to the mid-nineteenth century this rich legacy was largely unknown to the outside world. While military expeditions first brought word of enigmatic relics to the eastern United States, the new intellectual frontier was seized by archaeologists, who used the results of their southwestern explorations to build a foundation for the scientific study of the American past. In Ruins and Rivals, James Snead helps us understand the historical development of archaeology in the Southwest from the 1890s to the 1920s and its relationship with the popular conception of the region. He examines two major research traditions: expeditions dispatched from the major eastern museums and those supported by archaeological societies based in the Southwest itself. By comparing the projects of New York's American Museum of Natural History with those of the Southwest Museum in Los Angeles and the Santa Fe-based School of American Archaeology, he illustrates the way that competition for status and prestige shaped the way that archaeological remains were explored and interpreted. The decades-long competition between institutions and their advocates ultimately created an agenda for Southwest archaeology that has survived into modern times. Snead takes us back to the days when the field was populated by relic hunters and eastern "museum men" who formed uneasy alliances among themselves and with western boosters who used archaeology to advance their own causes. Richard Wetherill, Frederic Ward Putnam, Charles Lummis, and other colorful characters all promoted their own archaeological endeavors before an audience that included wealthy patrons, museum administrators, and other cultural figures. The resulting competition between scholarly and public interests shifted among museum halls, legislative chambers, and the drawing rooms of Victorian America but always returned to the enigmatic ruins of Chaco Canyon, Bandelier, and Mesa Verde. Ruins and Rivals contains a wealth of anecdotal material that conveys the flavor of digs and discoveries, scholars and scoundrels, tracing the origins of everything from national monuments to "Santa Fe Style." It rekindles the excitement of discovery, illustrating the role that archaeology played in creating the southwestern "past" and how that image of antiquity continues to exert its influence today.

The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

The book is a gothic novella through Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson, first published in 1886. The work is also called The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, or simply Jekyll & Hyde.

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The book is a gothic novella through Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson, first published in 1886. The work is also called The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, or simply Jekyll & Hyde. It is about a London legal professional named Gabriel John Utterson who investigates extraordinary occurrences among his vintage friend, Dr Henry Jekyll, and the evil Edward Hyde. The novella's effect is such that it has end up part of the language, with the very word "Jekyll and Hyde" getting into the vernacular to consult human beings with an unpredictably twin nature: commonly very good, but every so often shockingly evil.

Senate Record Votes

Despite the fact that the Hyde amendment remains in effect for all Federal funding , proponents argued that legislation prohibiting the use of Federal funds for abortions should be attached to the bill in order to clarify that the ...

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The Art of Theatrical Sound Design

For example, in Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde, the effect of reverberation can add to the ghostly inner mind dialogue that Mr. Hyde embodies within Dr. Jekyll. Placing microphones in the space that then can add additional reverberation for when ...

Author: Victoria Deiorio

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 147425781X

Category: Performing Arts

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Emphasising the artistry behind the decisions made by theatrical sound designers, this guide is for anyone seeking to understand the nature of sound and how to apply it to the stage. Through tried-and-tested advice and lessons in practical application, The Art of Theatrical Sound Design allows developing artists to apply psychology, physiology, sociology, anthropology and all aspects of sound phenomenology to theatrical sound design. Structured in three parts, the book explores, theoretically, how human beings perceive the vibration of sound; offers exercises to develop support for storytelling by creating an emotional journey for the audience; considers how to collaborate and communicate as a theatre artist; and discusses how to create a cohesive sound design for the stage.

Readings in Christian Ethics

Already, because of the 1977 Hyde Amendment that cut off most federal funds for abortion services, victims of incest ... to save the physical life of the woman involved.5 Not surprisingly, as soon as the Hyde Amendment went into effect ...

Author: David K. Clark

Publisher: Baker Academic

ISBN: 0801020565

Category: Religion

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Ethical interpretations meet real life. Case studies and readings explore divergent views on morals in action.

The London Gazette

A copy of the proposed Order and map relating thereto may be inspected at the Town Hall , Hyde during normal ... the effect of which will be ( a ) to revoke the Borough of Hyde ( John Street ) ( Prohibition of Waiting ) Order 1968 ...

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