turtledove


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He does not seem to have noticed the unfortunate turtledove, for example.
has an individualistic, anti authoritarian trend to it not least because so many of the people who read and write it (not all by any means, but quite a few) are inner-directed introverts who make neither good leaders nor good followers," emails Harry Turtledove, a best-selling author whose most famous novels pose questions about contingency in history and the importance of individual action.
The Palestinians and the Middle East conflict (215-224) London: Turtledove Publishing.
Authors such as Harry Turtledove may range across a hundred times the possibilities of any "believer" author.
A3) warns that 'If a turtledove lets a cuckoo's bird ['cuculus' with one 'l'] into her nest, it will eventually kill the dove's family.
Hunting on turtledove and quail in spring is the only substantive hunting which can be done in the Maltese islands.
Other well-known writers included in the anthology are Harry Harrison, Spider Robinson, Gardner Dozois, David Brin, and Harry Turtledove, to name just a few.
They fooled me until I read the afterword where Turtledove admits they are not his own work, but cobbled together from Elizabethan-era works.
Turtledove specializes in alternative history scenarios and END OF THE BEGINNING is one of his best: it's set during WWII, with the Japanese following up on a successful occupation of Hawaii.
The quotation reads: "I long ago lost a hound, a bay horse, and a turtledove, and am still on their trail.
Jeremiah 8:7 states: "Even the stork in the sky knows her season: and the turtledove and the swift observe the time of their migration.
Those most at risk include quail and turtledove and seven species of finch, especially goldfinch, chaffinch, greenfinch and linnet The RSPB is also rightly concerned that any concession granted to Malta could result in other southern European countries using this as a precedent to return to the mass slaying of migratory birds that the Directive was designed to stop.
It is written by Harry Turtledove and, although good, I feel a knowledge of the time is essential to enjoy the story to the fullest.
Even the stock in the heavens knows its times; and the turtledove, swallow, and crane observe the time of their coming; but my people do not know the ordinance [mispat] of the LORD.
We labor in good company: Orpheus, a fig tree, a turtledove.