• My Right Hand - In his book Blood Brothers, TIME senior correspondent Michael Weisskopf weaves his own tale of losing a hand in Iraq with the stories of three soldiers who also spent time at Amputee Alley, Ward 57 of Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington • What Makes Us Different? - Not very much, when you look at our DNA. But those few tiny changes made all the difference in the world • The End of a Revolution - Sex, lies and power games are just the latest symptoms of a Republican Party that has strayed from its ideals REUPLOAD NEEDED
This book takes a novel look at the topics of school mathematics--arithmetic, geometry, algebra, and calculus. In this stroll on the mathematical seashore we hope to find, quoting Newton, "...a smoother pebble or a prettier shell than ordinary..." This book assembles a collection of mathematical pebbles that are important as well as beautiful.
Continuing with his life's work of helping people discover their destinies--the author takes the indirect route here by sharing the writings of leaders who have influenced him. Like Dyer, his role models reached ahead of their times to make a difference and lived lives that unfolded "independent of the good opinion of others." One of the most informed spiritual teachers of our time, Dyer reads unobtrusively and with great reverence for these works. As a collection, they are powerful medicine for the estrangement that pervades so much of Western life.
Research Methods for Business: A Skill Building Approach
Ethical issues relating to research and the aspects of business, data collection, and data analysis are integrated throughout the book. * The issues in cross-national research in sampling and data collection are thoroughly discussed. * The qualitative-quantitative aspects of research are brought together through a case study on the final chapter.
The author, in the magnificent book, takes up with emphasizing the importance that the rivalry between the Siennese and Florentine shools played, for the evolution of art history. And the reader, in the course of these forgotten masterworks, will discover how, little by little, the sacred became incarnate and more human… opening a discrete but definitive door through the anthropomorphism, cherished by the Renaissance.
The BBC TV Shakespeare Collection 11. THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR with embedded subtitles The BBC Television Shakespeare was a set of television adaptations of the plays of Shakespeare, produced by the the BBC between 1978 and 1985.