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by William Alan Niehausen

  • Author: William Alan Niehausen
  • ISBN: 0738816051
  • ISBN13: 978-0738816050
  • ePub: 1630 kb | FB2: 1797 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Thrillers & Suspense
  • Publisher: Xlibris; 1st edition (September 13, 2000)
  • Pages: 436
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 645
  • Format: mobi docx mbr txt
A Bird In The Hand ePub download

A Bird in the Hand book. A betrayal to the family requires Louie to kill his best friend. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Bill Niehausen was born and raised in eastern Wisconsin.

A Bird in the Hand book. Twelve years of military service and college made temporary homes of other parts of his country and planet, but he is glad to be back where he started. This book is the first of several that have chosen him to be their author.

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is a side quest in Kingdom Come: Deliverance. After hearing a rumour from the Innkeeper of the Broken Wheel, Henry goes to see Berthold, who runs the hunting lodge of Rattay. Berthold asks him to find three nightingales that have flown west of the village of Rattay and then catch them. The birds can be tracked by their unique bird call, which is quite loud and distinctive.

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Bird-in-the-hand Theory is one of the major theories concerning dividend policy in an enterprise. This theory was developed by Myron Gordon (1963) and John Lintner (1964) as a response to Modigliani and Miller's dividend irrelevance theory.

This phrase ‘a bird in the hand’ means the person has received or already has something valuable. It has also been mentioned in A Hand-Book of Proverbs by John Ray published in 1670. It also means to have something little than the promised. In other words, if you have a bird in the hand, do not chase after the two birds in the bush, or you may lose the one you already have. It is because there may not be two in the bush, and the illusion of the two may deceive you. Origin of A Bird in the Hand. It is mentioned as, A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush. In yet another use by John Bunyan is found in his famous literary work, ‘Pilgrim’s Progress’. It was published in 1678.

William Alan Niehausen was born in Wisconsin, raised in Manitowoc County. The Army and Marine Corps made for him temporary homes of the East and West Coast, Hawaii, Japan, and Australia. Between these tours he managed a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington. Gravity has brought him back near his original home and family, to include his daughter, Darcy. He still hasn't been to Ireland. Or to Germany. Or to... well, nevermind. Bill finds himself continually fascinated by the world around him and the people in it who consider him strange. He is an avid collector of languages and a chameleon of accents, but is usually mindful of maintaining sufficiency in his own. He writes not only novels, but plays, comics, poems, screenplays and music as well. "Expression, by its very nature, is multifaceted," he says; well, "no," actually, "omnifaceted. The many and varied mediums through which it is communicated, therefore, are, well, unlimitable."...He does not know why this is strange.