A Few Good Men is a study and translation of The Inquiry of Ugra (Ugrapariprccha), one of the most influential Mahayana sutras on the bodhisattva path, but also one of the most neglected texts in Western treatments of Buddhism. To achieve a better understanding of the universe of ideas, activities, and institutional structures within which early self-proclaimed bodhisattvas lived, the author first considers the Ugra as a literary document, employing new methodological tools to examine the genre to which it belongs, the age of its extant versions, and their relationships to one another. She goes on to challenge the dominant notions that the Mahayana emerged as a "reform" of earlier Buddhism and offered lay people an "easier option." A Few Good Men will be compelling reading for scholars and practitioners alike and others interested in the history of Indian Buddhism and the formation of Mahayana.
The Bodhisattva Path According to the Inquiry of Ugra (Ugraparip?cch?) : a Study and Translation
Author: Jan Nattier
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
A fascinating history of Fighting Fifth Marines details every important Marine Corps activity of the twentieth century illustrating why the Marine Corps has earned its reputation as "the first to fight." Reprint.
The Story of the Fighting Fifth Marines
Author: Ronald J. Brown
Publisher: Presidio Press
The author recounts his experiences working in the computer industry, explains why projects fail or succeed, and discusses the future of the industry
Author: David E. Lundstrom
Plenty of womenand a few good menhave made Shirley Bathgate into the woman she is today. In this autobiography/memoir, she relives her childhood in Detroit, where she enjoyed exploring the alleys and playing at the big fire station at the end of her block with her brother and cousin. But life wasnt without hardships. After her father completed basic training, he was shipped overseas, where he spent almost a month going from unit to unit until he winded up at the last major battle of World War IIthe Battle of the Bulgewhere he died December 21, 1944, in his first real day of action. As an adult, she went on vacation to more than twenty countries in Eastern and Western Europe, South America, Asia, two former Soviet Central Asian republics, Africa, Australia, New Zealand, and Fiji. She shares her experiences as a missionary in ten countries with six different mission organizations, including her work helping missionary James Kilgore photograph and interview women from the Central Asian republics who converted from Islam to Christianity.
... and a Few Good Men
Author: Shirley Bathgate
Publisher: Archway Publishing
Category: Biography & Autobiography
A Few Good Men is a book about fathers and fatherhood. It gives you an in-depth look into the important role fathers play, especially their impact in a child's life. It shows you statistics and the impact inactive fathers have on their children. It also expresses many topics and issues fathers face from day to day. This book is considered a MUST READ by many people!!! A Few Good Men was written to applaud the fathers who are taking care of their responsibilities; to educate and challenge those who are not; for women to appreciate a child’s father who is fulﬁlling his role; and to give single women a way to identify the qualities of a potential future husband and/or father to present and/or future children. Plus, the book also includes several simple applications, encouragements, and tools for handling diﬀerent situations you may face in life.
A Path to Godly Fatherhood
Author: Brother Prater
Category: Family & Relationships
The Autobiography of Robert S. Gilliam III
Author: Robert Gilliam, III
The Son Also Rises . . . On a near future Earth, Good Man does not mean good at all. Instead, the term signifies a member of the ruling class, and what it takes to become a Good Man and to hold onto power is downright evil. Now a conspiracy hundreds of years in the making is about to be brought to light when the imprisoned son of the Good Man of Olympic Seacity escapes from his solitary confinement cell and returns to find his father assassinated. But when Luce Keeva attempts to take hold of the reins of power, he finds that not all is as it seems, that a plot for his own imminent murder is afoot¾and that a worldwide conflagration looms. It is a war of revolution, and a shadowy group known as the Sons of Liberty may prove to be Luce's only ally in a fight to throw off an evil from the past that has enslaved humanity for generations. Sequel to Sarah A. Hoyt's award-winning Darkship Thieves, and Darkship Renegades, this is Book One in the Earth's Revolution saga. At the publisher's request, this title is sold without DRM (DRM Rights Management).
Author: Sarah A. Hoyt
Publisher: Baen Publishing Enterprises
Red, Hot & Blue, Book 7—Deployed in the deadliest place on earth, Army Staff Sergeant John Blake relies on caffeine, adrenaline, years of training and sheer force of will to get through his days. He's okay with his crew passing around a sexy novel, but he's a fighter, not a lover. He'll pass. Winding up as the author's accidental pen pal wasn't in his plan, but there's something about her sweet, caring emails that has him looking forward to checking his inbox. Maureen Mullen, aka erotic romance writer Summer Winters, has dated one loser after another in a quest to find the last decent man on earth. Now it seems she's found him—halfway around the world. Gradually, the emails between the war-hardened warrior and the writer of passionate prose heat up to the point of keeping them up warm and wanting at night. Soon they're wondering if it's possible to build something solid out of cyberspace, or if it's just an emotional mirage that will dissolve in the heat of reality.
Author: Cat Johnson
Publisher: Samhain Pub Limited
Writer and supporter Spencer Vignes selects his all-time Brighton and Hove Albion 'dream team'. The chosen XI give their own take on what it was like to play for the 'Seagulls' through the promotions, the relegations, the 1983 FA Cup run, the decline of the '90s, and the back-to-back championships of 2001 and 2002.
Brighton and Hove Albion Dream Team
Author: Spencer Vignes
Publisher: Breedon Books Publishing
Category: Soccer players
Author: Tim Kimmel
Publisher: Family Matters
Through the eyes of William Baronne, a Marine Lt. Colonel bleeding in a foxhole in Vietnam, A Few Good Men, juxtaposes the immediacy of a savage battle with one man's memories of the early days of America's longest and most vicious war.
Author: Donald A. Gazzaniga
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
A Few Good Men, Too Many Chemicals is the story of the exposure of U.S. Marines at Marine Corps Air Station El Toro, CA, and Camp Lejeune, NC, to organic solvents, benzene, and other carcinogens ingested in their drinking water and through dermal contact and inhalation while working with toxic chemicals without protective clothing and face masks. Thousands of veterans and their families were once stationed at El Toro, an EPA Superfund site and the premier Marine Corps jet fighter base until it closed in July 1999. At Camp Lejeune, another EPA Superfund site, the base wells were contaminated with organic solvents from 1953 to 1987 with an estimated one million people exposed to trichloroethylene (TCE), tetrachloroethylene (PCE), benzene and other toxic chemicals. Legislation to provide health care for Camp Lejeune, an active military installation, was passed in the 112th Congress. In September 2016, Lejeune veterans were eligible for presumptive VA disability compensation for 8 health conditions that the VA agreed were linked to toxic chemicals in the base's wells. There is no presumptive health care and disability for El Toro Marines. El Toro veterans have to fight for health care and disability one veteran at a time. A Few Good Men, Too Many Chemicals documents the denial of responsibility and the cover-up by Marine Corps leadership of environmental contamination from veterans, their dependents, and the public at El Toro: no usage records on TCE and other organic solvents; El Toro's denial of ownership for 16 years of a major TCE plume spreading for miles into Orange County until a lawsuit forced the government to accept responsibility.
Toxic Exposure of US Marines and Government Lies
Author: Robert O'Dowd
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Driver's letters home offer a clear reckoning of the traumatic events of combat and the bravery of his young Marines. The book also features biographies of the many contributors.
Author: Robert Jett Driver
Publisher: Mariner Companies, Incorporated
Category: Biography & Autobiography