Uncommon Minds

Uncommon Minds Author P.K. Tyler
ISBN-10 9781537897172
Release 2017-05-02
Pages 440
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Enter into the hidden world of the mind, where the laws of nature don’t apply and nothing is as it seems. Straight from the minds of 20 UnCommon Authors come tales of tragedy, triumph, and bittersweet gratitude. You’ll find augmented realities and mental persuasion that force you to question everything. Stories of military suspense, psychological horror, dream walkers, and psychic mediums await their turn to crawl into your head.



Embedded Systems Handbook

Embedded Systems Handbook Author Richard Zurawski
ISBN-10 9781420038163
Release 2005-08-16
Pages 1160
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Embedded systems are nearly ubiquitous, and books on individual topics or components of embedded systems are equally abundant. Unfortunately, for those designers who thirst for knowledge of the big picture of embedded systems there is not a drop to drink. Until now. The Embedded Systems Handbook is an oasis of information, offering a mix of basic and advanced topics, new solutions and technologies arising from the most recent research efforts, and emerging trends to help you stay current in this ever-changing field. With preeminent contributors from leading industrial and academic institutions around the globe, this authoritative handbook presents timely tutorials, surveys, and technological overviews spanning the range of issues and technologies involved in embedded systems. Many of the technology developments, deployments, and trends are made available in this book for the first time. Six sections provide coherence to the presentation, detailing: A broad introduction to embedded systems System- and network-on-chip (SoC/NoC) design Testing of embedded core-based integrated circuits Networked embedded systems Sensor networks, and Automotive, industrial automation, and intelligent sensor applications With concise yet comprehensive coverage of the latest developments, solutions, tools, products, and research results, the Embedded Systems Handbook is ideal for both novices and seasoned engineers looking to enhance and expand embedded systems capabilities.



Simulations games

Simulations games Author Margret S. Wolf
ISBN-10 UOM:39015003209395
Release 1979
Pages 39
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Combined Membership List of the American Mathematical Society and the Mathematical Association of America

Combined Membership List of the American Mathematical Society and the Mathematical Association of America Author American Mathematical Society
ISBN-10 CORNELL:31924054621580
Release 1972
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Wolves and the Wolf Myth in American Literature

Wolves and the Wolf Myth in American Literature Author S. K. Robisch
ISBN-10 0874177731
Release 2009
Pages 494
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"Wolves and the Wolf Myth in American Literature examines the wolf's importance as a figure in literature from the perspectives of both the animal's physical reality and the ways writers imagine and portray it."--Inside jacket.



Die Feenj gerin

Die Feenj  gerin Author Elizabeth May
ISBN-10 9783641145613
Release 2015-02-09
Pages 400
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Schön, talentiert und tödlich – Aileana Kameron hat nur ein Ziel: die Feen, die ihre Mutter getötet haben, zur Strecke zu bringen Ballsaison im Edinburgh des Jahres 1844: Jeden Abend verschwindet die junge und bildschöne Aileana Kameron für ein paar Stunden vom Tanzparkett. Die bessere Gesellschaft zerreißt sich natürlich das Maul über sie, aber niemand ahnt, was die Tochter eines reichen Marquis während ihrer Abwesenheit wirklich tut: Nacht für Nacht jagt sie mithilfe des mysteriösen Kiaran die Kreaturen, die vor einem Jahr ihre Mutter getötet haben – die Feen. Doch deren Welt ist dunkel und tückisch, und schon bald gerät Aileana selbst in tödliche Gefahr ...



Richard II der Wolf im Schafspelz oder das Lamm unter W lfen

Richard II    der Wolf im Schafspelz oder das Lamm unter W  lfen Author Inga Menn
ISBN-10 9783643111982
Release 2011
Pages 288
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The Cook s Companion

The Cook s Companion Author Elizabeth Wolf-Cohen
ISBN-10 0764156187
Release 2003
Pages 224
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A step-by-step guide to 250 basic cooking and preparation techniques, this reference provides information that home chefs seldom find, even in the best cookbooks. More than 600 color photos illustrate the methods.



Approaches to Wolf

Approaches to Wolf Author Elizabeth Paige Sayrs
ISBN-10 OCLC:229196409
Release 1997
Pages 416
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This dissertation examines the uses of these theories, using selected songs of Hugo Wolf as analytical fodder for its theoretical development. With the focus in many fields turning to cross-disciplinary work, it is important for the aims of this dissertation to preserve the distinction between "multidisciplinary" and "interdisciplinary" research. A multidisciplinary approach simply applies (a) theoretical tool(s) from a different (or many different) field(s). By contrast, an interdisciplinary approach uses the theoretical tools of another discipline to interrogate the existing tools within the discipline. I am proposing a type akin to interdisciplinary research that is perhaps best termed intradisciplinary. Instead of merely applying the many music theoretic tools discussed above (a multidisciplinary approach), these theoretical tools are used to interrogate each other. Chapter 1 presents an introduction and an overview of the theories used. Chapter 2 presents the methodological issues raised by the intersections of these different theories, as seen through the lens of an analysis of Wolf's Wir haben beide lange Zeit geschwiegen. Chapters 3 and 4 examine the effect this analysis has on Schenkerian theory, both in relation to "problem" pieces and in general, ultimately leading to a reconsideration of the nature of the Ursatz. Chapter 5 examines the analytic fallout for function theory, as well as examines several other instances of diatonic and chromatic cycles in Wolf songs. Chapter 6 includes a conclusion, and discusses the pedagogical implications and directions for future research.



Landmarks in the German Novel

Landmarks in the German Novel Author Peter Hutchinson
ISBN-10 3039115669
Release 2009-12-17
Pages 164
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The nine essays in this volume deal with major achievements in the German novel since 1959. They range from the very well known, such as Brussig's "Helden wie wir," an extravagant treatment of life under the "Stasi" and the fall of the Berlin Wall, to the much more recondite, such as Hubert Fichte's "Detlevs Imitationen -Grunspan-," one of the first, and most important, products of the abolition of the discrimination against gays in 1969. What is most surprising about this collection is that, in contrast to the majority of successful novels written in German before 1959, only one of these is by a clearly 'West' German author: Hubert Fichte. There is, by contrast, a surprising number who have their roots in the GDR (Plenzdorf, Wolf, Brussig, Schulze), or in Austria (Bachmann, Bernhard). This is also a period in which women writers emerge powerfully (Bachmann, Wolf, and Ozdamar). Virtually all these novels aroused controversy in some quarters at the time of their publication, often for their treatment of semi-taboo, or at least uncomfortable, subject-matter. These essays, all by specialists in the relevant field, were originally delivered as lectures in the University of Cambridge."



St Elizabeths Hospital

St  Elizabeths Hospital Author United States. Congress. House. Committee on the District of Columbia
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105110708505
Release 1975
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A Curse on Elizabeth

A Curse on Elizabeth Author Molly Mia Stewart
ISBN-10 055348284X
Release 1995
Pages 102
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During a class trip to a special Egyptian exhibit at the museum, Jessica and Elizabeth are separated from the group during a thunder storm and are chased by someone, or something, through the dark museum. Original.



Montgomery County Ohio marriages

Montgomery County  Ohio  marriages Author L.M. Brien
ISBN-10 9785871557372
Release 1970
Pages 544
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Has all the marriages in Montgomery from 1803-1851.



Darkest Wolf

Darkest Wolf Author Rebecca Royce
ISBN-10 9781947672079
Release 2017-09-30
Pages 200
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Rex Kane has always known he was different than his brothers, down to the fact that when he shifts into his wolf form, his coat is completely black. Always in trouble, he is given one more chance by his brother Tristan, the alpha of the Westervelt pack, to bring back to their island a witch who can stop some of the magical assault that has plagued their war-torn home. Rex knows he has one last chance to set things right. Everything depends on him and he cannot fail. Elizabeth Willow has been cursed to look so repulsive no human eyes can bear to view her. Raised in a gentle coven of witches, she is ill prepared for the realities of the harsh world she now lives in. Raised to mistrust wolf-shifters as witch-killers, she cannot seem to help being drawn to Rex. Even if she doesn't believe she is his so-called mate. He can see her as she really is and is the first person to look her in the eyes in years. Although she is not naturally devious, she sees no choice but to use Rex to gain her own freedom and her family’s safety. Together, Rex and Elizabeth will see just how evil the people around them can be. If they can trust their hearts, perhaps they will survive another night. If not, both of their battles will never be won.



Bulletin of the Proceedings of the Wisconsin Legislature

Bulletin of the Proceedings of the Wisconsin Legislature Author Wisconsin. Legislature
ISBN-10 WISC:89119404689
Release 2010
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Report contains 3 parts, 19 -1979: pt. 1. Senate -- pt. 2. Assembly -- pt. 3. Subject index; contains 4 parts, 1981: pt. 1 Senate -- pt. 2. Administrative rules -- pt. 3. Assembly -- pt. 4. Index; contains 5 parts, 1983-1995: pt. 1 Senate -- pt. 2. Administrative rules -- pt. 3. Assembly -- pt. 4. Index -- pt. 5. Index to Wisconsin acts; contains 6 parts, 1997-2007/2008:pt. 1 Senate -- pt. 2. Administrative rules -- pt. 3. Directories of registered lobbying organizations, licensed lobbyists, state agencies legislative liaisons -- pt. 4. Assembly -- pt. 5. Index -- pt. 6. Index to Wisconsin acts; 2009/2010- :pt. 1 Senate -- pt. 2. Administrative rules -- pt. 3. Assembly -- pt. 4. Index -- pt. 6. Index to Wisconsin acts -- pt. 6. Registered lobbying organizations, licensed lobbyists, state agencies legislative liaisons.



W lfe

W  lfe Author Hilary Mantel
ISBN-10 9783832185398
Release 2010-10-01
Pages 768
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England im Jahr 1520: Das Königreich ist nur einen Pulsschlag von der Katastrophe entfernt. Sollte der König ohne männlichen Erben sterben, würde das Land durch einen Bürgerkrieg verwüstet. Henry VIII. möchte seine Ehe annullieren lassen und Anne Boleyn heiraten. Der Papst und ganz Europa sind dagegen. Die Scheidungsabsichten des Königs schaffen ein Machtvakuum, in das Thomas Cromwell tritt: Die Werkzeuge dieses politischen Genies sind Bestechung, Einschüchterung und Charme. Aus der Asche persönlichen Unglücks steigt er auf und bahnt sich seinen Weg durch die Fallstricke des Hofes, an dem »der Mensch des Menschen Wolf« ist. Hilary Mantel hat mit ›Wölfe‹ etwas sehr Rares geschaffen: einen wahrhaft großen Roman, der seinem historischen Gewand zum Trotz höchst zeitgemäß ist. Auf einzigartige Weise erforscht er die Choreografie der Macht. »Hieb- und stichfest ausgedacht und doch voll schauriger Anklänge, stellenweise auch sehr witzig – sobald der Leser dieses 780-Seiten-Buch fertig gelesen hat, will er mehr.« The Guardian



Wolf Women and Phantom Ladies

Wolf Women and Phantom Ladies Author Steven Dillon
ISBN-10 9781438455815
Release 2015-03-17
Pages 332
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Provides encyclopedic coverage of female sexuality in 1940s popular culture. Popular culture in the 1940s is organized as patriarchal theater. Men gaze upon, evaluate, and coerce women, who are obliged in their turn to put themselves on sexual display. In such a thoroughly patriarchal society, what happens to female sexual desire? Wolf-Women and Phantom Ladies unearths this female desire by conducting a panoramic survey of 1940s culture that analyzes popular novels, daytime radio serials, magazines and magazine fiction, marital textbooks, Hollywood and educational films, jungle comics, and popular music. In addition to popular works, Steven Dillon discusses many lesser-known texts and artists, including Ella Mae Morse, a key figure in the founding of Capitol Records, and Lisa Ben, creator of the first lesbian magazine in the United States. “This exciting book presents a truly capacious understanding of US culture and offers a spectacular array of analyses of how the decade’s cultural discourse struggled to define female desire and how so much male literature and filmmaking sought to constrain it. Dillon’s study will teach scholars of modern American literature and culture a great deal more about the 1940s than they already know or think they know. It is a brilliant addition to the field.” — Gordon Hutner, author of What America Read: Taste, Class, and the Novel, 1920–1960