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Howard Johnson Inn Conway


Howard Johnson Inn Conway


$53.55


1090 SKYLINE P O BOX 998,CONWAY,AR,72032

Johnson


Johnson


$74.92


Situated on a lake, this hotel is 0.6 mi (0.9 km) from Clinica Pederzoli and 1.5 mi (2.3 km) from Gardaland. Sea Life Aquarium and Zenato Winery are also within 2 mi (3 km). High-speed InternetCourtesy breakfast

Mead Johnson 75020102 12.7 oz Enfamil AR Lipil Powder Can


Mead Johnson 75020102 12.7 oz Enfamil AR Lipil Powder Can


$48.6


Gourmet food is a term commonly associated with cuisine of high quality or presentation. Indulge your taste buds with some luxurious gourmet food. Our products are of exceptional quality prepared accurately and skillfully using careful and artistic presentation. Get access to a wide assortment of gourmet treats and treat yourself to the finest most sumptuous and healthy cuisines around the world.FeaturesThis for infants with fat malabsorption problemsIncreased level of choline for baby's brain developmentHypoallergenic and lactose-freeIncludes our blend of dha and araSpecificationsCapacity: 12.7 ozWeight: 0.85 lbs

J.J. Johnson: J.J. Johnson


J.J. Johnson: J.J. Johnson


$16.99


(Jazz Play-Along Volume 152). By J.J. Johnson. Jazz Play Along. Softcover with CD. 80 pages. Published by Hal Leonard

JOHNSON V. JOHNSON


JOHNSON V. JOHNSON


$4.99


With the extraordinary investigative acumen and sensitive narrative skills that informed her best-selling Little Gloria . . . Happy at Last, Barbara Goldsmith now gives us the most sensational case of a contested will in American historyweaving a hypnotic tale of vast wealth and moral corruption. When J. Seward Johnson, the pharmaceutical heir, died in 1983 at the age of eighty-seven, his six children (each of whom was already in possession of an immense fortune) were outraged to learn that he had willed his entire $500-million estate to their stepmother Basiaa woman forty-two years Seward’s junior, a Polish refugee who had once worked as a chambermaid in his household. They came to believe that Basia had used undue influence to enchant their father, prying his fortune away from him and turning him against his own children. They wanted justice. The legal battle that followed spawned a seventeen-week-long trial, the involvement of 210 lawyers (some of whose behavior was legally and ethically questionable), $24 million in legal fees, and public disclosures of the often scandalous details of the lives of many of the parties involved, including attempted suicide, drug addiction, and accusations of a murder plot. Going beyond the courtroom itself, Goldsmith delves into the family’s past and present, demonstrating that, from the start, the poisonous effects of overwhelming wealth were a tacit but powerfully felt subtext to the proceedings. From her insider’s position, she reveals the true Johnson legacyone of profound emotional damage. In their own voices Seward’s children, his first wife, relatives, friends, employees, and Basia herself express their thoughts and feelings with a startling degree of frankness, revealing a past of incest, malignant neglect, and betrayal. Through this deepening of the story, Goldsmith has been able to elucidate the profoundly complex reasons why each of the Johnsons believed that what was most emphatically at stake was not financial remuneration but emotional reparation. Throughout the four-month trial, Goldsmith (who researched the case for over a year and examined thousands of pages of documentation) was in constant attendance, and she tells the dramatic story of what occurred in spellbinding detail. We see the contesting parties, their innumerable lawyers, and the trial’s remarkable judge, Marie Lambert (part Portia, part Tugboat Annie), playing out their roles in a courtroom packed with press and spectators, and rife with animosity, mistrust, and uncontrolled emotions (which erupted into a near-riot and death threats against the judge). Goldsmith illuminates how and why, as the trial progressed, it was transmuted almost entirely into a battle among lawyers, about lawyers, and for lawyers. She provides a masterful and devastating indictment of American law and lawyers, seen here as an out-of-control juggernaut fueled by a seemingly inexhaustible supply of money. Family drama, courtroom drama, explo

Samuel Johnson


Samuel Johnson


$3.95


W. Jackson Bate’s Samuel Johnson has been hailed as a supreme example of the biographer’s art and the first great modern life of Johnson. Bate’s work is literary biography at its finest, delving into the character that formed Johnson’s awesome intellect and fueled his prodigious output. When first published, this magisterial biography won the Pulitzer Prize, the National Book Award, and the National Book Critics Circle Award.

Jack Johnson


Jack Johnson


$3.46


These biographies, split between the Harlem Renaissance and the Civil Rights movement, allow readers to get a sense of the time period each subject lived in, by telling the stories of musicians, writers, and actors whose perseverance and unique qualities continue to set examples today. Readers will be inspired to learn about the lives of sixteen well-known African-Americans who overcame adversity and hardships, while making their marks in the world of art and entertainment.

Andrew Johnson


Andrew Johnson


$24.91


The unwanted president who ran afoul of Congress over Reconstruction and was nearly removed from office Andrew Johnson never expected to be president. But just six weeks after becoming Abraham Lincoln’s vice president, the events at Ford’s Theatre thrust him into the nation’s highest office. Johnson faced a nearly impossible task–to succeed America’s greatest chief executive, to bind the nation’s wounds after the Civil War, and to work with a Congress controlled by the so-called Radical Republicans. Annette Gordon-Reed, one of America’s leading historians of slavery, shows how ill-suited Johnson was for this daunting task. His vision of reconciliation abandoned the millions of former slaves (for whom he felt undisguised contempt) and antagonized congressional leaders, who tried to limit his powers and eventually impeached him. The climax of Johnson’s presidency was his trial in the Senate and his acquittal by a single vote, which Gordon-Reed recounts with drama and palpable tension. Despite his victory, Johnson’s term in office was a crucial missed opportunity; he failed the country at a pivotal moment, leaving America with problems that we are still trying to solve.

Magic Johnson


Magic Johnson


$3.46


– Covers the personal lives and careers of basketball’s superstars — Features colorful details about key games — Filled with action-packed photographs and statistics — A delight for all basketball lovers

Bad Johnson


Bad Johnson


$12.99


With women practically throwing themselves at him, Rich (Cam Gigandet, Twilight, Easy A) can’t control himself. But he continually blames his penis, which seems to have a mind of its own. After ruining yet another promising relationship with Jamie (Jamie Chung, The Hangover II & III) Rich has finally had enough and wishes his penis would just leave him alone. The next morning, Rich wakes up to find his wish has come true and his johnson is no longer on his body. Even worse, Rich is shocked to discover that his penis has taken human form. Selfish, oversexed and irresponsible, his penis is now on the loose with no desire to return. Pitted against his alter ego, Rich must figure out how to reign in his penis, both literally and figuratively, in order to finally learn what separates the men from their boys.

Johnson County


Johnson County


$3.99


Wyoming, 1890s. In the last days of the frontier, grass is growing scarce. As Johnson County’s settlers defy the hired guns of Cattle-land, a girl from Massachusetts must face truths about the West. The Indian Wars are over, but peace is a long way off. Through the freezing sleet of a stretched-out winter, fifty hired-guns ride into Johnson County, hell-bent on a killing spree. Based on true events, Johnson County brings to life the old, wild West as it really was. The Powder River war’ of 1892 was the only range conflict in which a U.S. President became personally involved. It sparked-off a decade in which Northern Wyoming was off-limits to formal law, and provided a home to Butch Cassidy, the Sundance Kid and others of the long-riding breed.

Harry Johnson


Harry Johnson


$48.5


This book chronicles eminent economist Harry Johnson’s intellectual development and contributions to economic research and policy.

Pauline Johnson


Pauline Johnson


$8.99


Canada’s first Native writer, Pauline Johnson, exemplified the duality of culture in early Canada through her half-Mohawk, half-English heritage. Her unique poetry and presention style remain a legend in Canadian literary history.

Betsey Johnson


Betsey Johnson


$22.99


Women’s 1.0 oz EDP Spray. Betsey Johnson perfume is a rare combination of bright enthusiasm in juicy top notes like grapefruit tangerine pear and the creamy addiction that is created in notes of praline amber and musk this sensual fragrance of a modern pin up is a feminine mix of boudoir and extravagant pop art. Notes include Grapefruit Tangerine Blackcurrant Berries Pear Freesia Muguet Lily of the Valley Apple Cedarwood Sandalwood Amber Musk Praline.

Calvin Johnson


Calvin Johnson


$7.95


Buy Calvin Johnson by Jeff Savage in Paperback for the low price of 7.95. Find this product in Juvenile Nonfiction > Biography & Autobiography – Sports & Recreation.

Elizabeth Johnson


Elizabeth Johnson


$11.68


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Hall Johnson


Hall Johnson


$103.5


This definitive biography of the choral conductor and arranger Hall Johnson includes detailed information on his life and work in concert, on Broadway, and in the cinema, and examines Johnson’s literary works, his poetry, and his music.

Favor Johnson


Favor Johnson


$14.34


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