The Sultan s Renegades

Consequently, renegades were not only found—and made, for that matter—in the Mediterranean, but also in Asia and the New World.6 In popular understanding today, the term renegade has all but lost its religious connotations.

Author: Tobias P. Graf

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780198791430

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The figure of the renegade - a European Christian or Jew who had converted to Islam and was now serving the Ottoman sultan - is omnipresent in all genres produced by those early modern Christian Europeans who wrote about the Ottoman Empire.0"The sultan's renegades" inserts these 'foreign' converts into the context of Ottoman elite life to reorient the discussion of these individuals away from the present focus on their exceptionality, towards a qualified appreciation of their place in the Ottoman imperial enterprise and the Empire's relations with its neighbours in Christian Europe. Drawing heavily on Central European sources, this study highlights the deep political, religious, and cultural entanglements between the Ottoman Empire and Christian Europe beyond the Mediterranean Basin as the 'shared world' par excellence.
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Renegades Write the Rules

Praise for Renegades Write the Rules “Ever wonder what the early Western settlers were thinking? They were trailblazers willing to risk everything to explore the new world. Social media is the new frontier, and Amy Jo Martin is handing ...

Author: Amy Jo Martin

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118340516

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 224

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Learn the rules to building loyal (and lucrative) digital followings Renegades Write the Rules reveals the innovative strategies behind the social media success of today’s top celebrities, brands, and sports icons, and how you can follow their lead. Author Amy Jo Martin is the founder of Digital Royalty and the woman who pioneered how professional sports integrate social media. In this book she shows how to build a faithful following and beat the competition clamoring for people's attention by continually delivering value - when, where, and how people want it. People want to be heard, to be involved, to be entertained, to be adventurous, to be informed. Reveals the winning strategies for using social media to achieve dramatic results Shows how to gain influence with social media that requires an unprecedented (and potentially uncomfortable) level of accessibility and ongoing affinity Filled with illustrative examples of social media successes (including Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, Shaquille O'Neal, and Nike) that show how humanizing a brand through social media leads to monetization Explores how Amy Jo Martin and other successful entrepreneurs are becoming renegades by using social media to innovate their personal and professional lives The book reveals one of the basic rules of digital media success: Humans connect with humans, not logos and creative taglines.
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The Renegades

When the meeting was over, the Renegades were allowed to continue on with the membership and the tats. That went for all the clicks. The sheriff washed his hands, said he didn't approve of them, but the deputies had a constitutional ...

Author: T. Jefferson Parker

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9781101502693

Category: Fiction

Page: 416

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For fans of Michael Connelly and CJ Box, the second thrilling novel in the Charlie Hood series from New York Times bestseller and Edgar-award winner T. Jefferson Parker, now featuring an excerpt from his upcoming novel The Room of White Fire. Deputy Sheriff Charlie Hood cruises the dusty backroads of the new American West. But when his partner is shot dead and Hood is drafted to find the killer, the investigation takes him to places he never wanted to go-where there's no clear line between good and evil.
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Questors Jesters and Renegades

'Myra has been to a psalmist,' wrote another founder Renegade, Gladys Lee, in her diary, 'who told her the company will be a big success; she has much faith in things psychic being mildly mediumistic herself,' and she would, of course, ...

Author: Michael Coveney

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781350128361

Category: Drama

Page: 216

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Shortlisted for the Theatre Book Prize 2021 This is the vital story of the amateur theatre as it developed from the medieval guilds to the modern theatre of Ayckbourn and Pinter, with a few mishaps and missed cues along the way. Michael Coveney – a former member of Ilford's Renegades - tells this tale with a charm and wit that will have you shouting out for an encore. This is the first account of its kind, packed with anecdote and previously unheard stories, and it shows how amateur theatre is more than a popular pastime: it has been endemic to the birth of the National Theatre, as well as a seedbed of talent and a fascinating barometer and product of the times in which we live. Some of the companies Coveney delves into – all taking centre stage in this entertaining and lively book - include the Questors and Tower Theatre in London; Birmingham's Crescent Theatre; The Little Theatre in Bolton, where Ian McKellen was a schoolboy participant; Lincolnshire's Broadbent Theatre, co-founded by Jim Broadbent's father and other conscientious objectors at the end of World War II; and Cornwall's stunning cliff-top Minack.
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Marines and Renegades

Corporal Paul and three privates were sent out to see if they could find the Japanese renegades that stole a number of hams and a sack of dried corn from one of the outlying villages. It wasn't the stealing that disturbed the villagers; ...

Author: Gene Rackovitch

Publisher: Warriors Publishing Group

ISBN: PKEY:6610000245222

Category: Fiction

Page: 272

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In December of 1945 on Guam, two Japanese soldiers attempted to surrender to a patrol of Marines. The Marines, assuming them to be armed, shot and killed them. Another Japanese soldier witnessed the incident from the jungle. He fled, and his previous assessment of the treacherous Americans was enhanced. His zeal for retribution became ingrained in his psyche. In September of 1946, four Marines on a routine patrol seeking renegade Japanese who had been stealing from the outlying villages on Guam are ambushed by the renegades. One of them was the zealous Japanese soldier. The incident brings about a chain of events that leaves the reader wondering...who are the true renegades? The Marines or the Japanese?
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Renegades among the Tumbleweeds

“You've always been a renegade. God, I triedto tell someone how your friend would bring mammal specimens back from Mexicoin her bra...he didn't believe me.” “Theywere small mammals. She used two small strainers inside; she couldn't ...

Author: Hewitt Freiburg

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781496928764

Category: Fiction

Page: 516

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The archaeologist couldn’t be happier. He finally has permission to return to his old site; he can complete his research before he retires. But then he finds a box with a date that is 300 years too old for where he is digging. Worse yet, the box contains documents that one would only expect to have come from Constantine’s Library. If they are authentic, it could mean that 2000 years of history need to be rewritten. He solicits the aid of two friends, who discover that a strange map from a London gallery and murders in Boston, London, Paris and New York are tied to this box.
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Renegades and Rats

He comes across a working-class renegade, the man with the scarred face, who had been hit on the head by a stone when speaking up for socialism earlier in the year. The renegade claims that he is still a socialist—'no man who has been a ...

Author: Jacqueline Dickenson

Publisher: Academic Monographs

ISBN: 9780522853094

Category: Australia

Page: 269

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Accusations of betrayal played a significant role in the shaping and maintenance of solidarity in socialist and other modern radical political organisations in Australia and Britain. This fascinating study of trust and betrayal focuses on case studies of 6 'rats' or renegades: H.H. Champion; William Trenwith; John Burns; Albert Victor Grayson; Adela Pankhurst Walsh; and Ada Holman. Renegades and Rats will appeal to scholars of history and sociology alike, and to anyone intersted in the subject of trust: what it is, and how it is lost.
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Union of Renegades

The renegade Shan has put a spell of madness on him. The only reason the Temu still live is because Onja must think of a special punishment for their heinous actions.” Taischek laughed at the Prime Rysmavda.

Author: Tracy Falbe

Publisher: Falbe Publishing

ISBN: 9780976223528

Category: Fiction

Page: 325

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The Rys Chronicles begin with this character-rich adventure that follows the travels of Dreibrand Veta, an ambitious warrior who seeks to rebuild his noble familys fortune. He is the first to join the powerful rys spellcaster Shan, whose race possesses magical powers and whose Queen rules many human kingdoms as their Goddess. The wickedness and tyranny of Onja disgust Shan and he desires to seize the rys throne from her. The third renegade is Miranda. After escaping from her abusive slave master, she becomes a crucial player in Shans bid for power. To weaken Onja, Shan raises rebellion among her human subjects and gathers allies to his cause. Shan demonstrates his magic in battle and convinces his followers that the fearsome rys Queen can be overthrown. For over two thousand years Onja has ruled, but now, not even fear of her ability to enslave souls will stop her ambitious enemies.
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Three Renegades and a Baby

THREE RENEGADES AND A BABY A Renegade Royals short story Vanessa Kelly Also featuring Jack Easton, the hero of THREE WEEKS WITH A PRINCESS, book 2 in the Improper Princesses Series The events in this story take place during the period ...

Author: Vanessa Kelly

Publisher: V.K. Sykes

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Category: Fiction

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An imperious summons from former spymaster Dominic Hunter is always cause for concern, as Jack Easton, Marquess of Lendale, well knows. When Jack discovers that some of the Renegade Royals, the most dangerous men in England, are also guests at Dominic’s country house party, he’s even more suspicious. But before Jack can get to the bottom of things, a mysterious baby girl is found abandoned in the stables. The tyke is in desperate need of a new family, and each of the wives of the Renegade Royals wants to adopt her. Griffin Steele, Alasdair Gilbride, and Aden St. George will do anything to please their ladies, and that means an all-out competition to prove which of them would make the best father. When a former crime lord and two lethal spies take on the task of caring for the baby, it’s up to Jack to decide who does the best job. But none of the men have any idea how much mayhem one little girl can create! THREE RENEGADES AND A BABY is 16,000 word, crossover short story between The Renegade Royals and The Improper Princesses Series. Praise for The Renegade Royals Series: “Kelly combines diverting dialogue, delightful surprises and finely tuned pacing to make this a winner.” ~Publishers Weekly (starred review) Praise for The Improper Princesses Series: “Kelly launches her new Improper Princesses series with another superbly crafted Regency historical romance that puts a clever spin on My Fair Lady while at the same time delivering the usual elegant writing, tempered with a deliciously dry wit and artfully nuanced characters readers have come to expect from her.” ~Booklist
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Renegade Regimes

Primary and Secondary Renegades: Patterns and Mechanisms To appreciate stakes in deviance and compliance, ... Primary Renegades: The Genesis of Renegade Regimes At the primary stage, a regime emerges whose objectionable policies may ...

Author: Miroslav Nincic

Publisher: Columbia University Press

ISBN: 9780231137034

Category: Political Science

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Rogue states pursue weapons of mass destruction, support terrorism, violate human rights, engage in acts of territorial aggression, and pose a threat to the international community. In this timely book, Miroslav Nincic unravels the complex issues and policy choices regarding states that challenge international society's espoused interests and values. Nincic offers a systematic account of the genesis, trajectory, and motivations of renegade regimes. He assesses the effectiveness of sanctions and military responses and discusses how the pursuit of policies that defy international norms is often motivated by a regime's desire for greater domestic control. He provocatively argues that comprehensive economic sanctions can ultimately help a renegade regime strengthen its grip on power. Nincic also argues that force or the threat of force against a rogue state can trigger a protective reflex among its citizens, inspiring them to rally around the government's goals and values. As conventional approaches to international relations become obsolete, Renegade Regimes provides new and necessary frameworks and perspectives.
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