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January
The Westminster Handbook to Medieval Theology - James GintherThis accessible reference work provides an extensive guide to the main theological features of medieval theology. Author James Ginther provides clear and compelling discussions of major Christian thinkers, socio-cultural developments, and key terms and concepts related to the period. Both students and scholars will find this an eminently useful resource for the study of medieval theology. The Westminster Handbook to Christian Theology series provides a set of resources for the study of historic and contemporary theological movements and Christian theologians. These books are intended to help
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January
The Cambridge Ancient History, Volume 1, Part 1: Prolegomena and Prehistory - I.E.S. Edwards, C.J. Gadd, Nicholas Geoffrey Lemprière HammondThis first part of the first volume of the Cambridge Ancient History series examines the prehistory of the Near East, beginning with an overview of the geological ages and continues through the early human settlements, and then the lithic and chalcolithic periods. The regions examined are: Anatolia, Mesopotamia, the Aegean, Cyprus, and predynastic Egypt. This volume describes in detail the basis for the later development of city based societies in this region.
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January
Fundamental Concepts and Skills for Nursing, 3e - Susan C. deWitThis market-leading textbook offers an engaging format and clear writing style that make it easy to master the basic nursing concepts and skills you need to practice in a variety of care settings. Its nursing process framework, health promotion focus, emphasis on critical thinking, and thorough coverage of communication and patient teaching provide a strong foundation for your nursing education.
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January
Violin-Making: A Historical and Practical Guide - Edward Heron-AllenThis classic guide offers an accessible initiation into the mysteries of violin-making. Charming in its style and cultivated in its research, it covers every detail of the process, from wood selection to varnish. A fascinating history of the instrument precedes discussions of materials and construction techniques. More than 200 diagrams, engravings, and photographs complement the text. Author Edward Heron-Allen served an apprenticeship with Georges Chanot, a preeminent nineteenth-century violin maker. The knowledge, skill, and experience Heron-Allen acquired in the master's shop are reflected in
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January
Bears: Without Fear - Kevin Van TighemFear of bears seems almost to be part of what it is to be human. Our species emerged out of the depths of time into a world already populated by these great carnivores. Before we mastered iron and later developed firearms, we had few defences against bears--only watchful caution and elaborate ceremonies and sacrifices to ward off fear.Where human populations grow, bears have traditionally dwindled or disappeared. But when we return to the wild, to places where bears still survive, all our primeval fears awaken again. The risk of an automobile accident on the way to bear country far outstrips the
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January
Assistive Technology for Young Children: Creating Inclusive Learning Environments - Kathleen Sadao, Nancy B. RobinsonAssistive technology (AT) can help young children with disabilities fully participate in natural, inclusive learning environments—but many early childhood professionals don't get the training they need to harness the power of AT. Fill that gap with this unintimidating, reader-friendly resource, the go-to guide to recommended AT practice for children birth to 5. Developed by two leading early childhood specialists with in-depth expertise in assistive technology, this book demystifies AT and gives readers solutions they can implement right away, regardless of their technical experience. Early
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January
In Vivo NMR Spectroscopy: Principles and Techniques - Robin de GraafIn vivo NMR is a powerful tool for the study of cellular metabolism in isolated cells, tissues and organs in animal models and humans. It is a non-invasive technique which allows the study of biological reactions and processes inside cells. This is the first authored book, presenting unified approach to in vivo NMR.* It is a practical reference guide that allow operators to match NMR parameters and conditions to particular experiments.
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January
Museums and American Intellectual Life, 1876-1926 - Steven ConnDuring the last half of the nineteenth century, many of the country's most celebrated museums were built. In this original and daring study, Steven Conn argues that Americans, endowed with the belief that knowledge resided in objects themselves, built these institutions with the confidence that they could collect, organize, and display the sum of the world's knowledge. Conn discovers how museums gave definition to different bodies of knowledge and how these various museums helped to shape America's intellectual history.
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January
Programming World of Warcraft Addons - James Whitehead IIP"WoW" is what you#8217;ll say when you see how many ways you can tweak the World of Warcraft interface after you read this book! If you're new to programming, we'll teach you the basics of Lua and XML and walk you through writing your first addon. If you already have some original addons in your arsenal, jump right into Parts III and IV and work with templates, function hooking, custom graphics, state headers, and more. We'll even help you distribute your addons, making WoW better for everybody. ul liRespond to events, creates frames, and use the WoW API to interact with the game liLearn the
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January
University of Minnesota, 1945-2000 - Stanford E. Lehmberg, Ann M. PflaumRegional/History An engaging look at the University's past fifty years, in celebration of its sesquicentennial. The University of Minnesota is unique for its combination of land grant mission and research focus, urban and rural campuses, the size of its student body, and the breadth of its programs, from agricultural extension through organ transplants. This history of the University's past fifty years is a narrative account of the challenges and triumphs that have faced Minnesota's premier institution of higher learning. Through recollections by celebrated alumni such as Garrison Keillor, Walter