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Mechanics of Materials - Roy R. Craig Jr.The revision of this successful mechanics of materials text continues to feature a strong emphasis on the basics - equilibrium, force-temperature-deformation behavior of materials and geometry of deformation
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Classic Chinese Brush Painting - Helen Tse, Rebecca YueClassic Chinese Brush Painting pairs dynamic art instruction with quality materials to provide a seamless creative experience for the aspiring fine artist. This kit contains a full-color 40-page project book that shares a wealth of information about this ancient art form, covering everything from the history of Chinese brush to using a traditional ink stick and ink stone. The book also guides artists stroke by stroke through 14 enchanting lessons that feature a variety of subjects, from a Chinese landscape to a lucky dragon. In addition, this set includes all the essential tools needed to embark
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AIDS: The Biological Basis: The Biological Basis - Benjamin S. Weeks, I. Edward AlcamoCompletely updated with the latest findings and data, the Fifth Edition of this award-winning text builds upon the foundation established by the late Edward Alcamo. Dr. Alcamo s accessible writing style is maintained with completely updated content and extended commentary on current developments. The text provides the necessary background information for students to understand the biology of HIV and AIDS while also providing information on critical epidemiological patterns and research developments.
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The Jacksonian Era - Robert V. ReminiThis new edition of one of our most popular publications is a fast-paced and colorful narrative of the social, cultural, and political climate that breathed life into "Jacksonian Democracy." In his inimitable style, Remini crafts a memorable portrait of Jackson: the young hellraiser and war hero; the stern judge; the determined campaigner; and, finally, the chief executive of the people. Other leading political figures, such as Henry Clay and Daniel Webster, are paid due attention and discussions of the vital issues of the day-the Bank War, Indian removal, the states' rights conflict, and