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Guide to Global Investing

By: Steven Kim

The markets of the world continue to merge into a single ball of complexity. The ties that bind stretch across national borders as well as asset classes. Amid the ferment, the opportunities in the marketplace can crop up in diverse forms in distant countries as well as nearby locales. The same is true of the threats, whether blatant or subtle, that lie in wait for the rash investor in a hurry. As an example, a crash of the stock market in the U.S. is sure to whomp the...

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Other People Can Smell You

By: Sam Starbuck

Other People Can Smell You is the college handbook you wish your school would give you. Where other handbooks talk about school spirit and the academic code of honor, this short pocket guide offers tips for navigating LIFE at school — sex, drugs, laundry, criminal roommates, difficult class registration, and the all-terrifying spectre of The Term Paper. Written by a recent combatant in higher education, this slim, inexpensive volume offers both a student’s and a te...

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Sui Generis

By: Sharon E. Cathcart

Author Sharon E. Cathcart ("In The Eye of The Beholder," "Les Pensees Dangereuses") presents a sampler of essays and short fiction. The collection features "Heart of Stone," a short story never previously published.

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YiJing (I Ching) Diccionario de caracteres chinos con concordancia...

By: Daniel Bernardo

Esta obra incluye una presentación bilingüe, español/chino, del texto original de los 64 hexagramas del Libro de los Cambios, mostrando los caracteres chinos junto al texto de la traducción en español. La traducción intenta ser tan literal como sea posible al texto chino original. La mayor parte del libro la ocupa un diccionario chino/español de caracteres chinos que comprende los 933 ideogramas utilizados en el texto de los 64 hexagramas. Asimismo tiene una concordancia...

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Salt Shackles

By: Robert K Wheeler

After an elongated period of economic deprivation; and human rights expropriation; by the reds; I accumulated enough strength; and courage to turn over the sandglass, and try to locate the relief valve from the autoclavic realm. Those were the times when humans lost the pecking order to the reds, and as such, over eight thousand tormented days followed.

There were no times for personal manners when it came to sustaining a life in which everything was rationed out like an army battalion heading to the battlefield. It was a battleground where survival fought hunger toothpick versus bayonet. At any rate, postulation that the reds’ autoclavic realm wouldn't embrace a certain future; wasn't a grueling discovery. Hence, everyone was plucking the reds-ruined enterprises; while the reds were displuming everyone as a token o...

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World Public Library Machine Translation Editions

By: World Public Library

58 Versions of 2,000,000 eBooks Producing 116,000,000 eBooks. World Public Library Literary Machine Translation System (LMTS), is an automated translation service that provides automated translations between 58 different languages. It produces translated editions of all of our 2,000,000 eBooks. Each eBooks will be available to be downloaded in any combinations of our supported languages. With World Public Library Machine Translation Editions, we hope to make informat...

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A-10s Over Kosovo : The Victory of Airpower Over a Fielded Army as...

By: Christopher E. Haave; Phil M. Haun
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Hawaiian Language Imprints

By: Bernice Judd

This bibliography includes all known titles published in the Hawaiian language anywhere in the world between 1822 and the end of the century. The only items not listed are one-page broadsides, government documents, serials, sheet music, and programs for events such as concerts, royal functions, and the like. The work was begun in 1938 by Bernice Judd of the Hawaiian Mission Children's Society Library at the suggestion of Dr. Clarence Brigham, director of the American Ant...

The first chapter in the history of Hawaiian printing becomes primarily a resumé of the linguistic efforts of the early missionaries to the Sandwich Islands. To a researcher perhaps the most remarkable feature of the story is that the missionaries began their printing activities even before they had settled on a standard alphabet and orthography for the hitherto unwritten Hawaiian language. The members of the Sandwich Islands Mission sent from Boston by the American Boar...

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Airmen and Air Theory : A Review of the Sources

By: Phillip S. Meilinger

My intent in this book is to help overloaded researchers get started in their quest for good sources on airpower.

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A Guide to Systematic Readings in the Encyclopaedia Britannica

By: James Baldwin, Ph.D.

The Britannica is a work of reference, and much more: it is a collection of all histories, all biographies, all arts, all litterateurs, and all scientific, professional, and mechanical knowledge; but on account of its comprehensiveness, extending as it does through so many large volumes, it presents such an "embarrassment of riches" that those who consult it fail sometimes to discover all that is suited to their individual needs. It is evident, therefore, that if each re...

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Airpower Leadership on the Front Line : Lt Gen George H. Brett and...

By: Lt Col Douglas A. Cox, USAF

Through a careful examination of primary and secondary sources, as well as his own acumen as a sharp officer, Cox uses Brett’s life to illuminate those factors that at first sped Brett through the ranks and then those variables that appeared to block his further advancement....As much as studies of commanders who grabbed the brass ring, this examination of George H. Brett adds insight into the makings of effective leadership and successful command.

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Informasi Kapuas

By: Jum'atil Fajar dan kawan-kawan

Provide a wide range information regarding Kapuas district in Central Kalimantan (Borneo), Indonesia

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Professional Military Education for Air Force Officers : Comments ...

By: Richard L. Davis; Frank P. Donnini

Caustic as well as complimentary valuations are presented here in the belief that they are ultimately beneficial to PME. If the aim of Air Force professional education is to produce capable officers, then it should be flexible enough to accommodate changes which pursue that goal. Readers of this book will discover that PME continues to serve the best interests of the Air Force because of-rather than in spite of-the steady gaze of critical eyes.

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A History of Amargosa Valley Nevada

By: Robert McCracken

Early explorers were followed by prospectors and miners. Settlers who saw the possibilities for agriculture and ranching in the region were not far behind them. The Ash Meadows area, a true desert oasis, was the home of many people, including early community builder "Dad" Fairbanks and some of dubious reputation, such as the legendary desert frontiersman Jack Longstreet. Discovery of borax, clay deposits, and marble and the arrival of the railroads brought new opportunit...

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Architects of American Air Supremacy : Gen. Hap Arnold and Dr. The...

By: Dik A. Daso

"The evolution of American science itself, from empiricism to a more German, theoretical approach to problem solution, is only indirectly addressed through the evolution of airpower. The biographical approach, emphasizing scientific and technological elements in Arnold’s and Kármán’s lives, is essential because the interaction of personalities, as well as their institutions, is inexorably linked to the development of American airpower. The importance of the personalities...

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Terrorists and Freedom Fighters

By: Sam Vaknin

The history of four terrorist organizations in the Balkans and a general introduction to terrorism and freedom fighting. Also includes essays about religious co-existence in the Balkans and about pathological narcissism as a precursor to terrorism.

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Trace

By: Sam Starbuck

Colin Byrne is a pickpocket, an artist, and an occasional consultant for the police. He’s also an ex-felon, an initiate into the feral, unspoken magic that only prisoners know: how to vanish, how to tell fortunes, how to steal souls. Now the man who put him in prison wants him to return to Railburg State Correctional Facility to help investigate a case. Some things at Railburg haven’t changed. His protégé Noel is still the best ink artist in the prison, and their ment...

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Velocity, Speed with Direction : The Professional Career of Gen Je...

By: Aloysius G. Casey; Patrick A. Casey

"The publication of this book puts to rest 35 years of false history. It also decisively concludes the erroneous dishonor suffered by Gen John Daniel Lavelle, the Seventh Air Force commander. General Lavelle, Colonel O’Malley, and personnel of the Seventh Air Force acted pursuant to presidential orders secretly issued on 3 February 1972 in the Oval Office. It is clear that they loyally and bravely served, protected, and defended the Constitution of the United States."

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Nameless

By: Sam Starbuck

Christopher, the only bookseller in the small farm town of Low Ferry, lives an uneventful life — until one day he encounters a shy newcomer named Lucas, and accidentally sells him the wrong book. What follows is a journey for both men, in vastly different ways, set against the strange, ritualistic, magic backdrop of a midwestern winter. A tale about the masks people wear and a meditation on the power of magic, Nameless revels in the simple pleasure of storytelling....

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The Art of Wing Leadership and Aircrew Morale in Combat

By: John J. Zentner

Lt Col John J. Zentner’s The Art of Wing Leadership and Aircrew Morale in Combat addresses the role that the air force wing commander plays in affecting the level of aircrew morale during combat. More specifically, Colonel Zentner’s study seeks to identify and define those unique characteristics associated with leading airmen that sustain aircrew morale in the face of significant losses.

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