A Publick Dispute Betwixt John Tombs, B. D. Respondent, John Cragge, and Henry Vaughan, M. An. Opponents:Touching Infant-Baptism, the Fifth of September, 1653, in the Church of St. Maries in Abergavenie in Monmothshire (Classic Reprint) John Tombs
In Aikido, one is not taught violence instead one is taught to be in harmony with the opponent to be able to defeat. This might seem odd but it actually works. In approaching an opponent, the aim of the Aikido practitioner is to be one with the opponent to be able to attack him where he is weakest and in doing so diver or immobilize him but never to kill.
Copperheads: The Rise and Fall of Lincolns Opponents in the North: Jennifer L. Weber
The Gospel of Paul of Tarsus, and of His Opponent, James the Just, From Our Current New Testament (Classic Reprint): Francis William Newman
Friedrich Gentz, an Opponent of the French Revolution and Napoleon (Classic Reprint): Paul F. Reiff
Record of Roblin Government and Its Opponents (Classic Reprint): Conservative Party of Manitoba
Thomas Jefferson and Slavery - Was He Really an Opponent of the Institution?: Franziska Massner
A Reply to Various Opponents:Particularly to Strictures on Colonel Napier´s History of the War in the Peninsula, Together With Observations Illustrating Sir John Moore´s Campaigns (Classic Reprint) William Francis Patrick Napier
An Examination of the Various Charges Exhibited Against Aaron Burr, Esq., Vice-President of the United States, and a Development of the Characters and Views of His Political Opponents (Classic Reprint): William Peter van Ness
Who Do My Opponents Say That I Am?:An Investigation of the Accusations Against the Historical Jesus
Renowned negotiation expert and coauthor of the classic GETTING TO YES argues that the greatest obstacle to successful negotiations and satisfying relationships is not the other side, but our natural tendency to react in ways that do not serve our true interests-and shows how to reach agreement with ourselves first to succeed at the negotiation table and beyond. GETTING TO YES WITH YOURSELF is the missing first half of GETTING TO YES.