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June
Internet & World Wide Web: How to Program - Paul J. Deitel, Harvey M. DeitelFor a wide variety of Web Programming, XHTML, and JavaScript courses found in Computer Science, CIS, MIS, IT, Business, Engineering, and Continuing Education departments. Internet and World Wide Web How to Program, 4e introduces students with little or no programming experience to the exciting world of Web-Based applications. The book has been substantially revised to reflect today's Web 2.0 rich Internet application-development methodologies. A comprehensive book that teaches the fundamentals needed to program on the Internet, this text provides in-depth coverage of introductory programmming
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June
Colonial Habits: Convents and the Spiritual Economy of Cuzco, Peru - Kathryn BurnsIn Colonial Habits Kathryn Burns transforms our view of nuns as marginal recluses, making them central actors on the colonial stage. Beginning with the 1558 founding of South America’s first convent, Burns shows that nuns in Cuzco played a vital part in subjugating Incas, creating a creole elite, and reproducing an Andean colonial order in which economic and spiritual interests were inextricably fused. Based on unprecedented archival research, Colonial Habits demonstrates how nuns became leading guarantors of their city’s social order by making loans, managing property, containing “unruly” women,
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June
Seeking Meaning: A Process Approach to Library and Information Services - Carol Collier KuhlthauFirst published in 1993, this book presents a new process approach to library and information services. It gives a detailed description of the model of the information search process (ISP) and a framework for a process approach to library and information services. The author has completed substantial new work that expands the concepts and applications of the user-centered process approach presented in the first edition.Seeking Meaning was first published in 1993. It has since become a widely used professional resource and required reading in library and information science schools in the United
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June
An Old English Grammar - Randolph Quirk, C.L. WrennOnce again available in paperback, Quirk and Wrenn's Old English Grammar is a convenient reference tool to complement readings in Old English. Appropriate for basic or advanced study of Old English language and literature, this brief modern grammar covers orthography, pronunciation, inflection, syntax, word formation, and phonology. The authors provide a clear overview of Late West Saxon, with notes that open up the complexities of the language for those who wish to pursue them. The supplemental bibliography added to this edition by Susan Deskis reflects the most relevant recent contributions to
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June
The Roy Adaptation Model - Callista RoyA thoroughly revised and updated text, this definitive new edition reflects the latest advances in the popular Roy Adaptation Model, one of the most widely implemented nursing theories. Compact and consistent, the second edition of THE ROY ADAPTATION MODEL focuses on the essentials of nursing practice and theory while integrating the conceptual framework of the Model into contemporary practice.FEATURES: Standardized, NANDA nursing diagnoses used consistentlyRelates developments in the Roy Model to recent changes in health care deliveryIncludes new case studies in all adaptive mode
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June
The Writer's Presence: A Pool of Readings - Donald McQuade, Robert Atwan, Jane Eaton Hamilton"The Writer's Presence" combines great writing with a simple organization and uncluttered presentation to give instructors the widest range of options. Each selection showcases a writer's unique voice to demonstrate how writers present themselves through their work and to provide students with models they can use to develop their own voices. Arranged alphabetically by author and by five types of writing (informal, personal, expository, and argumentative writing, as well as short fiction) and with minimal apparatus, the readings allow instructors to be flexible and allow the writing to speak for
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June
Egil's Saga - Anonymous, Bernard Scudder, Svanhildur ÓskarsdóttirEgil's Saga tells the story of the long and brutal life of tenth-century warrior-poet and farmer Egil Skallagrimsson: a morally ambiguous character who was at once the composer of intricately beautiful poetry, and a physical grotesque capable of staggering brutality. The saga recounts Egil's progression from youthful savagery to mature wisdom as he struggles to avenge his father's exile from Norway, defend his honour against the Norwegian King Erik Bloodaxe, and fight for the English King Athelstan in his battles against Scotland. Exploring issues as diverse as the question of loyalty, the power
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June
Introduction to Animal Science: Global, Biological, Social, and Industry Perspectives - W. Stephen DamronUnique in focus and cutting-edge in content, this lavishly illustrated introduction to animal science covers the "full range" of topics--traditional and non-traditional--that reflect the way agriculture is changing "today." By exploring animal science from a "variety" of integrated" perspectives--biological, species, industry, society, and global--it reveals the "dynamic" nature of animal science and the many ways in which it is a piece of a much larger whole of agriculture and agriculture within society (e.g., how animals fit into all of society and how animals contribute to the well-being of man