A feel good, bigger than life funny nostalgic Caribbean Stage play that is sure to uplift. Mavis, is magically transported back to her childhood home in St. Thomas, a small backwoods village on the southeastern end of Jamaica. The writer has taken memorable true incidents and formulated them into an entertaining story that is sure to evoke memories of yesteryear. The innocence of country folks will cause a smile or two. This heartfelt stage play is filled with colors, laughter and tears. If you listen as you read you will even hear the beats of the drums, and voices bellowing out old favorites such as "Kar Me Ackee Go A Linstead Market"
'There it was in big letters for all to see: ""Recommendation: Adopt."" He really was a nice, special male cat, and he knew soon he would be leaving this small cage for a large, comfortable house with his real name.' A cat temporarily named Linus is living in a cat adoption center dreaming of the day someone will take him home. When a man walks in the center, Linus is sure that he has spotted his new owner. He does everything he can to catch the man's attention: stays in the front of the cage, looks him in the eye, and even reaches his brown paw out to the man. But the man decides to think about his decision and heads out, leaving Linus to wonder when his magical day will come. Come along to see how Mr. Bo Finds a New Home and a New Name.
Freddie and his parents are moving to Melon Patch in south Florida. What his parents don't know is that Freddie has hidden his bullfrog friend Stumper in his ma's box of plants. Croak! But when they get to their new house, there's no swamp for Stumper to live in, only a small garden pond. What is Freddie going to do? Stumper needs a new home, too. Freddie begins to wonder if bringing Stumper to Florida was such a good idea after all.
Providing a comprehensive review of CT in the assessment, diagnosis, and monitoring of SAD, Computed Tomographic (CT) Imaging for Small Airways Disease illustrates the use of CT in correlating presenting signs with pulmonary pathology. This valuable tool covers all the principle small airways diseases and other conditions with small airway involvement. The seasoned author team offers a well-illustrated review of the clinical, radiological, and pathological features of small airways disease, concentrating on the imaging features and the CT signs used to categorize SAD.
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