The Necessity Of Strangers

Author: Alan Gregerman
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118534557
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The Necessity of Strangers bothered me in a good way, making me realize how
much time I spend with people who are, quite frankly, a lot like me. Dr.
Gregerman's book is not only thought-provoking, but very logical. After reading it I
made deliberate changes to meet and learn from strangers.” —Joseph (Jody)
Giles, chief information officer, Under Armour “The Necessity of Strangers
provides compelling examples and tools to look, listen, and learn from the world
around us in order to ...

An Anthology Of Seventeenth Century Fiction

Author: Paul Salzman
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 9780192839558
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But the youth, beholding a stranger of a seeming quality in that posture, not only
stopped the speedy course of his appearing well-breathed horse, but when he
came at a nearer distance, in a gende trot advanced towards him with intention to
offer all courteous civilities, since he perceived the open heavens had only given
him welcome, and to thal purpose saluted him with this language. 'Sir,' said he, 'it
hath been still the custom of Lydia* to comply with the necessity of strangers, ...

Memoirs Of India

Author: Robert Grenville Wallace
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Upon landing at any of the presidencies, crowds of natives, who speak tolerable
English, press upon strangers, and it requires no small share of prudence to
guard against imposition. They approach with the most insinuating address, and
produce characters which are calculated to remove suspicion. The necessity a
stranger is under of placing himself in the power of some interested person, as
well from want of information as for the supply of his absolute wants, ensures
employment ...

The Necessity Of Informal Learning

Author: Frank Coffield
Publisher: Policy Press
ISBN: 1861341520
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... for tasks of the job to questions of social and work culture for any job under
consideration. (Beyer and Hill-Tout, 1996, pp 17-18) Two major implications for
our understanding of 'what' is learned formally or informally may thus be drawn
from a decade's experience of introducing 'strangers' into mainstream
employment: the skills necessary for competent membership of the workforce
extend far beyond those which are traditionally discussed in 48 The necessity of
informal learning.

The Solidarities Of Strangers

Author: Lynn Hollen Lees
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521572613
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They therefore had to present a good case and had to appear in the most
favorable light. Most letters struck a deferential tone, although insisting at the
same time on undeniable need. Writer after writer began appeals with the
phrases, "I am sorry to be under the necessity of troubling you. . . ." Again and
again, applicants apologized for troubling the overseer, for forcing him to deal
with their problems. Self-support was "no longer in their power," and they cited
long strings of economic ...

Beyond Homelessness

Author: Steven Bouma-Prediger
Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
ISBN: 0802846920
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Walter Brueggemann, “Welcoming the Stranger,” in Interpretation and Obedience
: From Faithful Reading to Faithful Living (Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1991), p.
294. 18. This is why Ed Loring argues that housing, i.e., bounded and secure
space for living in, is foundational to life. Reflecting on years of ministry among
the homeless, Loring argues that housing is a basic necessity of life and thus
precedes employment, sobriety, education, health, evangelization, and even the
struggle ...

The Necessity Of Politics

Author: Christopher Beem
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 0226041468
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Associations, that is, individuals (otherwise strangers) freely coming together to
pursue a common interest, do both. Though he does not always make note of it in
his discussion, Tocqueville distinguishes between two kinds of associations:
political and civil.10 The difference between civic and political associations
centers on their object. There is obviously overlap, but civil associations are not
directly concerned with matters of law, while the effort to develop political power
and effect ...

Sacerdotal Powers Or The Necessity Of Confession Penance And Absolution

Author: Roger Laurence
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... but to shew, that notwithstanding the strict Sense which the most Primitive
Fathers had of the Necessity of Baptism, They discover to us no other Baptism,
than what must be administered by Authoriz'd Jpojlles, Doctors and Teub- trs\ for,
notwithstanding the Necessity which the ancient Prophets are here represented
to have for Christian Baptism, yet none is found to give it them,but thost who were
Commission'd for that purpose , such great Strangers were the most Primitive
Fathers of ...

The Needs Of Strangers

Author: Michael Ignatieff
Publisher: Picador
ISBN: 1466889063
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... and Plan', he remarked that in the “savage nations of hunters and fishers, every
individual who is able to work, is more or less employed in useful labour', while in
civilized and thriving nations, a great number of people do not labour at all'; yet
the former are frequently so miserably poor, that, from mere want, they are
frequently reduced . . . to the necessity sometimes of directly destroying their
infants, their old people and those afflicted with II 2 . NEEDS OF STRANGERS
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A Discourse On The Necessity And The Means Of Making Our National Literature Independent Of That Of Great Britain

Author: Peter Stephen Du Ponceau
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They prove that there are those among us, and not a few of those, who have
minds to understand and hearts to feel the beauties of Corneille and of Racine; of
Petrarch and of Dante; of Schiller and Goethe, and of Cervantes and Calderon.
And mind, that it is not in the great commercial city of New York, where foreigners
abound, that this society is established; but here, in Philadelphia, in the Quaker
city, as it has been called, where it is well known that strangers are comparatively
few, ...