The Turning Point in China s Economic Development

turning. point. in. China's. development. Ross Garnaut and Yiping Huang China's
rapid economic growth continued strongly over the past year. Earlier concerns
about overheating and inflationary pressures have eased, despite some ...

Author: Ross Garnaut

Publisher: ANU E Press

ISBN: 1920942769

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 390

View: 409

Focuses on China's long-term pattern of growth and employment, demographic shifts, and rural-urban migration, its agricultural trade and local elections, China's banking sector reform and its fiscal sustainability, its environmental concerns, and much more.

Wittgenstein and the Turning Point in the Philosophy of Mathematics

The methods proceed from logic . Their beginnings were obscurely perceived by
Leibniz ; in recent decades important stretches have been opened up by Gottlob
Frege and Bertrand Russell ; but the decisive turning point was first reached by ...

Author: Stuart Shanker

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN: 9780887064821

Category: Philosophy

Page: 358

View: 478

Shanker exposes the confusions underlying the currently prevailing interpretations of Wittgenstein. He shows how such approaches and their underlying critical frameworks are incapable of coming to terms with Wittgenstein's arguments in the philosophy of mathematics. This book explains not only Wittgenstein's approach, which was justly heralded as causing a turning point in the philosophy of mathematics, but also the philosophy of mathematics in general.

The Turning

Dewey Canyon III ultimately became the turning point that VVAW leaders
predicted, but only after the veterans, through trial and error, discovered a means
of protesting the war that assuaged their rage and purified their souls. Unlike the
Winter ...

Author: Andrew E. Hunt

Publisher: NYU Press

ISBN: 0814773303

Category: History

Page: 296

View: 553

The anti-Vietnam War movement in the United States is perhaps best remembered for its young, counterculture student protesters. However, the Vietnam War was the first conflict in American history in which a substantial number of military personnel actively protested the war while it was in progress. In The Turning, Andrew Hunt reclaims the history of the Vietnam Veterans Against the War (VVAW), an organization that transformed the antiwar movement by placing Vietnam veterans in the forefront of the nationwide struggle to end the war. Misunderstood by both authorities and radicals alike, VVAW members were mostly young men who had served in Vietnam and returned profoundly disillusioned with the rationale for the war and with American conduct in Southeast Asia. Angry, impassioned, and uncompromisingly militant, the VVAW that Hunt chronicles in this first history of the organization posed a formidable threat to America's Vietnam policy and further contributed to the sense that the nation was under siege from within. Based on extensive interviews and in-depth primary research, including recently declassified government files, The Turning is a vivid history of the men who risked censures, stigma, even imprisonment for a cause they believed to be "an extended tour of duty."

The Turning

G. Peter Chriske. The Turning The Turning G. Peter Chriske iUniverse LLC
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Author: G. Peter Chriske

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 1491709820

Category: Fiction

Page: 280

View: 448

Micah Hartman and Damon Hall first meet in the frontier river town of Reed’s Landing, Wisconsin in the 1850’s. Micah, the son of one of the town’s leading lumbermen, embodies the West but seeks more from his life than the perpetual cycle of lumbering. Damon, educated at Harvard’s Divinity School, comes to “the Landing” an idealistic young cleric seeking to do God’s will. Despite what they may have planned for their lives, the Civil War gives them different paths to tread. The old friends are united as members of the Seventh Wisconsin—soon to become part of the famous “Iron Brigade”. Micah, an infantryman, and Damon, the Seventh’s chaplain, are forever changed inside the crucible of combat where they are forced to face war’s death, pain, and suffering. After the war, life continues. The men find wives and dream of children. Young men become older men; older men discover regret. It is only after forty years at each other’s side that the truth comes out. An aged ledger appears that casts a shadow of doubt on the integrity of one of these men, and that shadow could forever darken a lifelong friendship.

The Turning

A great deal of what might has been termed “science fiction” decades ago has, in
fact, become science fact today, and although the events described in “The
Turning” are fiction, the premise for such a scenario is not. Indeed, I have tried to
give ...

Author: Marissa Carter

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 0595005551

Category: Fiction

Page: 444

View: 463

p>As time runs out, both scientific and business interests are determined to stop Zoe and her band of scientists at all costs, even if it means wiping them out to prevent them from broadcasting the truth. Yet, only with hours to go, it becomes clear that 揟he Turning?is much more than Armageddon. It is the means by which a select group of individuals will start a New World, and the key is a female Unitarian Minister from Ohio who has lost her faith in God as she knows Him. Somehow, science and spirituality must be melded to bring salvation. And as if Zoe has enough problems with her credibility, she has a tightly-held secret that she doesn抰 want the world to know? Dr. Marissa Carter was born in London, England in 1952. She trained in both the chemical and biological sciences and holds a PH.D in organometallic chemistry. She worked in the chemical and plastic industries prior to writing full time. Her hobbies include aviation, travel and technological developments.

The Turning

... on the telephone. Time doesn't click on and on at the stroke. It comes and goes
in waves and folds like water; it flutters and sifts like dust, rises, billows, falls back
on itself. When a wave breaks, the water is not moving. The 52 THE TURNING.

Author: Tim Winton

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN: 033052822X

Category: Fiction

Page: 320

View: 740

In these extraordinary tales about ordinary people from ordinary places, Tim Winton describes turnings of all kinds: second thoughts, changes of heart, nasty surprises, slow awakenings, abrupt transitions. The seventeen stories overlap to paint a convincing and cohesive picture of a world where people struggle against the terrible weight of their past and challenge the lives they have made for themselves. Tim Winton is indisputably one of the finest storytellers working in the English language. Now he gives us seventeen exquisite overlapping tales of second thoughts and mid-life regret – extraordinary stories of ordinary people from ordinary places. Here are turnings of all kinds – changes of heart, nasty surprises, slow awakenings, sudden detours – where people struggle against the terrible weight of the past and challenge the lives they’ve made for themselves.

The Turning

Author: Gloria Whelan

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN: 1497673852

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 215

View: 993

As the Soviet Union crumbles, one ballerina dreams of Paris It is 1991, and revolution is coming to the Soviet Union, but in Leningrad, life goes on as it always has. Food is scarce and luxuries are few, but for a young dancer named Tanya, life is a beautiful dream. She dances all day and all night, performing on the stage of the greatest theater in Russia. Her family has sacrificed everything for her dream, and their efforts are finally paying off. Soon the company will tour Europe, and Tanya will see Paris—a city so beautiful that she has begun to contemplate the unthinkable: leaving the Soviet Union forever. Paris offers a chance for defection, which would mean saying good-bye to her family. But as the group prepares for the trip, politics and romance tempt her to stay in Leningrad. Soon Tanya must choose her path. Does her future lie in Paris—or in a new Russia?

The Turning

Author: Davis Bunn

Publisher: Moody Publishers

ISBN: 0802490328

Category: Fiction

Page: 304

View: 912

Take the turning, and walk the unlikely road. A voice. And five dissimilar people knew they were summoned to obey. Against all earthly logic, it carried a divine command—and their unforeseen meeting would result in a challenge to the cultural direction of the nation and wage war against the most powerful and influential industry in North America. A message. One that asks for a single personal response—a response that can unveil a new realm of moral responsibility and hope. The media frenzy places a spotlight on knowing—and doing—the will of God. How will the group be able to stand against the swelling powers of darkness and greed vying to crush their message of hope? Can they really hear the voice of God? Prepare your heart to hear from God; download devotionals and audio teaching at www.TheTurningBook.com.

The Turning Point

If you have found yourself in either of these scenarios, then The Turning Point
Rebuilding Your Relationship With God is the book for you. The Turning Point-
Rebuilding Your Relationship with God addresses some of the enticing schemes
that ...

Author: Angela R. Camon

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 1490716130

Category: Religion

Page: 124

View: 128

Have you drift off course in relationship with God? Have you been enticed by Satan's schemes and fallen back into a lifestyle of sin? Do you have a longing in your heart to have close intimate fellowship with God once again? Maybe you are not the one who has turned away from God, but perhaps you know someone who was once in a loving relationship with God, devoted to living life for him, but now have turned their back on God. If you have found yourself in either of these scenarios, then The Turning Point Rebuilding Your Relationship With God is the book for you. The Turning Point- Rebuilding Your Relationship with God addresses some of the enticing schemes that Satan uses to cause believers to become disloyal to God and commit spiritual adultery. It expounds on the dangers of drifting off course and the devastating effects that it can have on one's life. Using biblical examples, it demonstrates the point that even the most devoted Christian can stray away if he or she falls prey to the temptations orchestrated by Satan. It also provides a strategic plan on how a Christian can remain anchored and techniques that they can use to prevent them from falling back into a lifestyle of sin. The Turning Point gives those who may have backslidden, a step by step approach to reaching a turning point and the guidance needed in rebuilding their relationship with God. Finally, this book stresses the role and responsibility that each Christian plays in helping an erring brother or sister return to God.

The Turning Point

TURNING. POINT. Armond did hire a person experienced in filming commercials.
His name was Clint and he proved to be very beneficial to the company. This
relieved Cliff of his filming duties, allowing him to take care of his clients. At the
end ...

Author: Tony V. Pay

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1329488296

Category:

Page:

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the turning point

THE TURNING POINT 4.10 p.m., Zaderk knows the news has finished but Radio
1 is broadcasting something that seems like a news bulletin. The journalist is
talking about a plane that crashed against a skyscraper. Zaderk cannot
understand ...

Author: giulio credazzi

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1291934642

Category:

Page:

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The Turning Year

... on my parade, I wait for the answers to come by turd of mouth. But there's no
use in crying over spilt guilt, no use in swelling on the past. Wait, does any of this
even make sense? You decide. THE TURNING YEAR This one's for the records.

Author: Brian Lawson

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1477164081

Category: Poetry

Page: 101

View: 524

The Turning Year This ones for the records. 2009 has been a complex novel, from the prosaic Chapter One, all the way to Chapter Twelve, where I, the protagonist, is left wondering why it all went down the way it did. In the opening pages of January, how could I have ever known that in two months time Id meet the girl of my dreams, and feel her, touch her in ways I never thought possible? How could I have known that this connection would happen, fulfilling my urges, yet at the same time signing the order of execution on the heart of someone who had only committed the crime of trusting me? But soon I lost them both, left them hating me and wanting to be rid of me.

The Turning Point

he asked, having ignored completely the turn his wife wished to give to the
conversation. “No. I have my friends here and my school,” Meg said. “You're still
going there?” he asked raising his eyebrows with mock severity. “It's a very good..
.,” ...

Author: Irene Lape

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 0595344488

Category: Fiction

Page: 184

View: 726

In September 1862, General Robert E. Lee invades Maryland with the hope of obtaining diplomatic recognition of European nations for the Confederacy. The whirlwind of events that follows changes not only the destiny of the nation, but the destinies of two young people on a pilgrimage of self-discovery.Fifteen-year-old Meg Hamilton, orphaned after the deaths of her mother and grandfather is desperately unhappy living with an aunt and uncle who despise her. Meg's biological father, whom she has met only once, is a Virginian with Lee's invading army. Meg's miserable home life and complications involving the family of her oldest and dearest friend Daniel motivate her to search for her father, even though he may not acknowledge her existence. When Daniel discovers her plan, he is determined to help her-despite a deep revulsion he feels towards "the enemy". Daniel and Meg learn that her father is with a regiment led by "Stonewall" Jackson, and they begin a journey together to find his military unit. Their travels lead them not only to the father she never knew, but also to a relationship that becomes much more than a childhood friendship.The Turning Point will transport you back to a place and time when momentous historical events reshaped the future of a nation and the lives of those who were caught up in them.

The Turning Point

Turning. Point. I would loved to start this chapter off by saying that after spending
the day with Mother O, attending bible study that Tuesday night, life got better for
me. Well, the truth is, it did get better, but not at that very moment. Maybe I ...

Author: Katina S. Acker

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781438996790

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 160

View: 785

This manuscript, "The Turning Point -Whena Pleaser of Man Becomes a Servant of the Lord," is a call for believers to stand up to core values and teachings of Christianity in the face of challenges and not to submit to the ways of the world. In the book, I address the current state of affairs, where people have submitted to the demands and expectations of others to shape the way they live. Most often, they have chosen a path away from the virtues taught by Jesus Christ, paralleling the struggles of men and women of our biblical times. I address some of the issues we face on a daily basis such as stress, premarital sex, and the various life roles we must play. In the latter part of the manuscript, I share personal testimonies about my life struggles imparted by the work of the devil, and how I found peace and joy through the salvation of Jesus Christ.In closing, I exhort everyone to check their own lives and live up to the ways of righteousness.

The Turning Point

Turning. Point. All of his life Pastor Nyatuka had been yearning for change. He
wanted to see that the people to whom he preached were indeed different. He
wanted to know that what he was preaching had actually caused them to change.

Author: Rev. Sherry Kay Lietz-Zika

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 1475982100

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 272

View: 649

As a young African boy, Moroba, was called by God. He grew to adulthood, recognized the call from God on his life. Made several promises to serve God full time. Instead, he was content to work for the government of Kenya in the city of Kitale. But though Jefferson might have forgotten his promise, God did not. The Turning Point tells the remarkable story of Bishop Dr. Jefferson Nyatuka, a simple man who became God’s catalyst for change in Africa. After Jefferson finally accepted God’s call, he went to Bible college and became an ordained pastor. But his challenges didn’t stop there. He suddenly found himself homeless and had no way to provide for his family. Yet God did not abandon him. Pastor Nyatuka kept the faith and waited for God’s timing. Soon, he was able to build a church in Kayole, Calvary Covenant Centre. The church grew and Pastor Nyatuka witnessed several wonderful miracles. He traveled to the United States and preached in several churches, spreading the Gospel wherever he went. When he returned to Africa, he eventually became ordained as a bishop and continued to follow God, a calling he still follows to this day. Uplifting and full of hope, The Turning Point shares the intimate life of one of God’s most faithful followers.

The Turning Word

Just before his untimely death in 1991 , Riddel organized one line of
interrogation into a book , with the essays positioned as follows under the title
The Turning Word . Riddel's titular epithet signifies language's tropic capacity , its
deflection ...

Author: Joseph N. Riddel

Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press

ISBN: 9780812216004

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 172

View: 460

Joseph N. Riddel, distinguished critic and theorist, was a leading early proponent of poststructuralism and its application to American literary texts. The essays presented here, chosen by the author for book publication before his death, embody Riddel's culminating meditations upon literary theory and modern American literature.

The Turning Point

... as though you could not hold on a minute longer, never give up then, for that is
just the place and time that the tide will turn.” CHAPTER 5 Starbucks was fully
packed. It's amazing how many 66 The Turning Point.

Author: Chris Curtis

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 0595492169

Category: Fiction

Page: 252

View: 165

Following the brutal murder of his parents when he was only five years old, Jadon West is sent to live with his uncle in Redding, California, a far cry from England, the place of his birth. Living in the land of celebrities and motion pictures makes him yearn to become a Hollywood director. After graduating from high school, Jadon hopes to land a job allowing him to save enough money to attend UCLA. Jadon is soon hired as a butler at a beautiful Californian estate, in town called Diamond Lake. On his first day of the job, he is delighted with the elegant mansion, the servants, and Mrs. Eden, the owner of the house. But to his surprise, there is one facet of this seemingly normal life that doesn't make sense. One room in the house must remain locked at all times-and Jadon is forbidden to enter it. Curiosity gets the best of him, however, and Jadon sneaks into the room only to unearth suspicious clues as to Mrs. Eden's true identity-along with some mysterious objects that appear to be used for magic rituals. Just what has he gotten himself into? He's about to find out…

The Turning World

Latin American countries developed political systems with a populist bias , based
on State intervention in many aspects of social life that in turn led to the creation
of popular national States rather than true benefactor States . In these popular ...

Author: International Institute of Administrative Sciences

Publisher: IOS Press

ISBN: 9781586033095

Category: Political Science

Page: 119

View: 616

It is the task of the IIAS and the UNDESA to track and focus on changes in the atmosphere of world governance and public administration. This work shows that a new prestige has been earned by public servants, who are performing a public good, and who are in the centre of the turning world.

The Turning Wheel

The castle is grey, cold, lifeless. But the castle is also solid, as solid in its own
way as the present status of the institution of contracts itself. At the opposite
extreme, there is 40 The Turning Wheel Contracts and the Preservation of Power
Wotan ...

Author: David A. White

Publisher: Susquehanna University Press

ISBN: 9780941664899

Category: Music

Page: 135

View: 109

This reflective analysis of Wagner's Der Ring des Nibelungen demonstrates that even from a purely aesthetic perspective the contract as an institution is just as vital to the Ring as are the characters linked to each other by this institution.

The Turning Point That Changed Everything

the terms peripeteia, which is "a sudden turn of events or an unexpected reversal
" and anagnorisis, " which is "the learning of something previously unknown." A
peripeteia coupled with anagnorsis can be negative or positive, captivating or ...

Author: Wallace R. Pratt

Publisher: Xulon Press

ISBN: 1615795219

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 240

View: 618

In every person's life, there comes a moment in time when circumstances or events require decisions and responses that greatly determine the future. This book has no design to be another volume on leadership techniques. Rather, it is a candid exploration of those unexpected turns birthed out of the experience of being confronted with a reversal of circumstances in the life of an individual. Frankly, it is a study about the drama of life. The intention of the author is to give a sincere and straightforward examination of why turnabouts often get high-jacked and fail to live up to people's expectations. Even more, individuals will find a plea for courage and faith when things do not occur as they once envisioned they would. Consequently, it is a clarion call for courage to go further than some would desire, but also a caution to impatient leaders to be watchful of their own intentions to push a change further than would be wise. In the end, some leaders must be willing to consider a more contemplative life built on valuing people above their own ideological mindset. Dr. Wallace R. Pratt is an administrator, minister, teacher, and writer. He lives in Salem, Oregon and has been married thirty-eight years to his wonderful wife Judy. They are blessed with two daughters, two great son-in-laws and five grandchildren. Dr. Pratt serves as a regional supervisor in the Northwest for his church organization, while also serving as an adjunct professor for Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. His leadership experience has included thirty-three years of pastoral ministry and approximately eighteen years of teaching in sixteen nations. He has been serving on the Doctrine and Polity Committee of his church organization for fourteen years and presently holds the position of chairman for this international body.