A water feature transforms a garden into a haven, giving movement and peace, as well as a focus.
Peter May is a landscaper and garden designer who specializes in water gardens. His career has involved designing and building a prize winning water garden at the Chelsea Flower Show and a water-saving garden that gained an award from the British Association of Landscape Industries. Peter writes regular articles for magazines and is the author of several books on water garden construction and maintenance.
Ebenezer Ajitena is the Senior Pastor of CLIWOM Sanctuary of Praise, a fast growing, dynamic destiny driven church in the heart of South East London. A former Muslim scholar, now ordained anointed and set aside as a voice to the nations. He is a man known for and built on integrity, humility and prayer, exercising extreme spiritual discipline and dedication to his call. He is a powerful preacher and teacher of "the Word," with unique revelations and insight into the practical application of Kingdom living, preaching the living Word to the dying world. Ebenezer is also the author of eleven other books: Breaking the Cycle of Pain, The Moment of Ultimate Breakthrough, It's Too Late to Fail, Life on the Platform of Success, The Utter Depravity of Human Nature, The Violent Takes it by force, When the Heavens Close, Secrets of the Tempter, Breaking the Barrier of Church Casualties 52 Enemies of Success that Must Die and Power for the Next Level. "If you would ride the storms of life, you need God's blueprints for your ark" Pastor Ajitena shares revelational insight from the ancient experiences of Noah. The truths he unveils are relevant for today's believer. Each chapter ends with valuable wisdom principles that will help in the building of your "ark." Wisdom principles include: God 'fashioned' you for success; Do not stay out of fashion Don't run out of patience; anxiety can capsize your ship of destiny The greater the problem, the bigger the victory Adapt to change. Life in the ark is different from on the ground And many more. As an obedient "ark-builder," get to work: YOU ARE DESIGNED FOR SUCCESS!"
Features, Categories and the Syntax of A-Positions investigates various aspects of the distribution of nominal arguments, and in particular the cross-linguistic variation that can be found among the Germanic languages in this domain of the syntax. The empirical topics that are discussed include variable vs. fixed argument order, the distribution of subjects with respect to adjuncts, expletive constructions and oblique subjecthood. These and many other phenomena are analyzed within a theoretical framework which is based on the Minimalist Program. The book argues that the traditional theoretical devices accounting for the distribution of arguments in generative syntax (abstract Case, the Extended Projection Principle) should be eliminated from the grammar and that their apparent effects can be derived from the feature specifications of syntactic categories. Furthermore, it is shown that several aspects of the cross-linguistic variation found in the syntax of arguments can be related to variation in the domain of inflectional morphology.