Deliberate Harm
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Deliberate Harm

Holly Wilson Bennett

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    The original title of the book: Deliberate Harm
    By: Holly Wilson Bennett
    Page 211
    Genre: Literature Fiction
    Language: Unknown
    Publisher: PublishAmerica
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    A car crashes head-on into a motorcycle. Suddenly, the lives of the mother and children from the station wagon and the lone motorcycle driver are meshed together at the hospital where they are taken. As they recover, the threads of their lives become entwined with those who care for them. As he tries to awaken from unconsciousness, RL is faced with a terror he never thought possible. He cannot wake up. He feels pain, but he is totally paralyzed and he cannot even call out or scream. No one seems to know or notice, until he realizes the nurse does know. RL is totally defenseless.  


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    Proceedings and addresses (v. 22)
    Pennsylvania-German Society Excerpt from book: formal speech but simply to represent the City of Philadelphia. Philadelphia is a " no mean city." The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is so great in all its material prosperity that there is scarcely any one section of the world superior to it. She has the natural wealth that nature, in her prodigality, has given to the best of nations. She could produce the food to take care of twice her present population and she has the mineral resources and the capacity within her territory to develop all that is essential for the comfort of man, even in this progressive and extravagant age, without going outside her boundaries. William Penn's memorial for all time will be the great commonwealth he founded. Philadelphia sends greetings in the spirit of brotherly love to the great City of London, the acknowledged Metropolis of the world. What Rome was to ancient civilization, London is to modern civilization. With all her historic greatness, with all the honors that have through the centuries been given her, not amongst the least is the fact that here was the birthplace of William Penn. Election Of Officers. The election of officers for the coming year resulted as follows: President, Henry M. M. Richards, Litt.D., Lebanon, Pa.: Vice-Presidents, Hon. Frank M. Trexler, LL.D., Allentown, Pa., George A. Gorgas, Esq., Harris- burg, Pa.: Treasurer, Julius F. Sachse, Litt.D., Philadelphia, Pa.: Executive Committee, Naaman H. Keyser, D.D.S., Germantown, Pa., W. K. T. Sahm, M.D., Pittsburgh, Pa., Prof. Albert G. Rau, Ph.D., Bethlehem, Pa., Rev. A. Stapleton, Jersey Shore, Pa., Charles R. Roberts, Allentown, Pa., Rev. John Baer Stoudt, Northampton,Pa., Benjamin F. Fackenthal, Jr., Sc.D., Riegelsville, Pa. At 11:30 A.M. a recess was taken to enable the members to inspect the exhibit of Historica...