Pharmacy.state.az.us Review:AZ Board of Pharmacy - The Arizona State Board of Pharmacy protects the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of Arizona by regulating the practice of pharmacy and the distribution, sale and storage of prescription medications and devices and non-prescription medications.
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- Donboy - Out of the box and into your heartThey had just arrived after waiting for the back order, but after reading so many good reviews for the A33's I was willing to wait. And then - just a week longer.
Within 2 minutes out of the box the speaker began filling the room (and my heart) with the sharp, clear, highs and lows of refreshing music!!
I agree with the others, I'm most impressed with these little black boxes and would highly recommend them to anyone!!
- B. Gentry - Most Informative Book So FarThis single book has been more informative than any doctor I've spoken with. The opening chapters outline underlying causes for these various illnesses and go into great detail. This gave me the tools to better approach my doctors and explain what was going on to family members. To top it off, the book concludes with recipes on how to get started with the Specific Carbohydrate Diet. It's a fairly good starter for recipes but I'd also highly recommend Recipes for the Specific Carbohydrate Diet: The Grain-Free, Lactose-Free, Sugar-Free Solution to IBD, Celiac Disease, Autism, Cystic Fibrosis, and Other Health Conditions (Healthy Living Cookbooks) as a good starter cookbook. I typically don't go to the trouble of reviewing products but this book has been as effective, if not more, than any medication.
- Nitty's Mom "Dog lover" - This unique novel is a must read!I cannot thank the Amazon Vine program for introducing me to the work of Jess Walter. "Beautiful Ruins" was truly a work of art. I loved this novel from the minute I read the opening paragraph.
"Beautiful Ruins" spans 50 years in time as the novel effortlessly floats from the past to the present, while Jess Walters painstakingly reveals the highs and lows, hurts and triumphs of a cast of characters who became like family to me. The novel begins in the past, in the year 1962, in the tiny village of Porto Vergogra, Italy, where Dee Moray is brought to the failing hotel owned by Pasquale Tursi. Dee, an actress on the set of the film "Cleopatra", thinks she is dying of stomach cancer. Just one look at this arresting American beauty and Pasquale, the inn-keeper is hooked for life. What Pasquale does not realize is that Dee is being set up by the swarthy Hollywood publicist Michael Deane and inadvertently the famous movie actor Richard Burton, who is filming Cleopatra. 50 years later, Pasquale comes to America in the hopes of finding this bewitching woman he knew as a young man. He has kept the business card of Michael Deane, who is now a famous producer and calls in his marker.
In the present day Hollywood we learn what has happened to Michael Deane, the publicist who thinks he has the gift of knowing what his clients want, even if they won't admit to it. He has an assistant Claire Silver, who is looking for a sign that she is in the right business and we are introduced to an aspiring screen-writer Shane Wheeler, who shows up at Michael Dean's office to pitch a movie. This unlikely group, for different reasons, set out on a roller-coaster of a road trip, where the past and present collide. Jess Walter weaves many elements in this unique story, fleshing out these characters rather complicated histories, by using flashbacks, a movie pitch and at one point an original play.
While it is difficult to adequately review this wonderful tale, I can say that "Beautiful Ruins" is joyful, sad, clever, full of oddity and most of all unique. I have never read anything quite like it. Obviously very highly recommended.
- Hecticharriet - FUN FUN FUNThis is a pretty cool game when it first came out I couldn't find much information about it but now that I have decided to give it a try my boys and I all like it alot. too bad it doesn't come with a scenery creator where the user could create and modify their own planets and landscapes to add to the spore universe.