Release on 2004 | by Jeffrey I. Barke,Godfrey Harris
What Really Works, What Usually Doesn't, and Why It Matters
Author: Jeffrey I. Barke,Godfrey Harris
Pubpsher: The Americas Group
Category: Food habits
Practical ways to achieve weight control by developing new habits, new techniques, and a new outlook involving food intake that recognises the difficulties of counting calories or calculating carbohydrate consumption, that shows how adopting simple lifestyle changes can help control weight and improve health, and that accounts for the imperatives of personal taste and the inevitable changes wrought by ageing, all the while advocating a relaxed, more casual approach to dieting to achieve the best results for the most people over the longest period of time.
Release on 1990 | by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Operations. Human Resources and Intergovernmental Relations Subcommittee
Hearings Before the Human Resources and Intergovernmental Relations Subcommittee of the Committee on Government Operations, House of Representatives, One Hundred First Congress, First Session, October 31 and November 9, 1989
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Operations. Human Resources and Intergovernmental Relations Subcommittee
A twenty-two acre strip of land—known as Puvungna—lies at the edge of California State University’s Long Beach campus. The land, indisputably owned by California, is also sacred to several Native American tribes. And these twenty-two acres have been the nexus for an acrimonious and costly conflict over control of the land. Of Sacred Lands and Strip Malls tells the story of Puvungna, from the region’s deep history, through years of struggle between activists and campus administration, and ongoing reverberations from the conflict. As Loewe makes clear, this is a case study with implications beyond a single controversy; at stake in the legal battle is the constitutionality of state codes meant to protect sacred sites from commercial development, and the right of individuals to participate in public hearings. The case also raises questions about the nature of contract archaeology, applied anthropology, and the relative status of ethnography and ethnohistorical research. It is a compelling snapshot of issues surrounding contemporary Native American landscapes.
This well-illustrated, comprehensive book summarizes what is known about the history, biology, and management of the California Quail. "The California Quail" is the definitive work on this beautiful bird.