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The Rosicrucian Principles of Child Training

By: Max Heindel

CHAPTER I. EDUCATION OF CHILDREN: There is perhaps no subject of greater importance than the education of children. In the first place wise parents who are desirous of giving the child all advantages, commence BEFORE THE BIRTH, even before conception, to prayerfully turn their thoughts toward the task they are undertaking. They are careful to see that the union which is to bring about the germination takes place under the proper stellar influences, when the moon is passi...

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How-To Tutorials: Download eBooks to Your PC

By: World eBook Library

This is a step by step presentation on how to download PDF eBooks to your PC.

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Models for Project Management

By: Crowston, Wallace B. S
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Environmental Aspects of Microwave Radiation

By: Donald I. Mcree, Ph. D.

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Properties of Microwaves Microwaves are electromagnetic waves which fall in the frequency range of approximately 30-300,000 MHz. The location of the microwave band in the electromagnetic spectrum is shown in Fig. 1. From the relation h = c/v, (where h is the wavelength of the radiation, c is the speed of light, and v is the frequency) the range of the wavelength of the radiation in free space is determined to be 1000 centimeters-to 0.1 centimeter. Microwaves are...

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Time to Think : Eight Short Stories

By: Rigby Taylor

‘Time To Think’ is a collection of eight short tales about how to cope with such things as unwelcome evangelists, visitors, praise, sexual attention, living in a nursing home, relations, genetic modification and sexual urges.

Spreading the Word Sebastian gazed unseeing from the verandah into the sun filled garden. As usual a zillion thoughts jostled aside all attempts to attain a state of Zen-like relaxation. With an impatient sigh he sat up, dusted a few crumbs from the divan, rearranged the pillows then lay back with his hands at his side. Yogic breathing—that would do the trick. He managed to hold his mind still for at least three seconds before a large spider constructing an intricate we...

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Mathematics for Computer Scientists

By: Gareth J. Janacek; Mark Lemmon Close

Aim of this book is to present basic mathematics that is needed by computer scientists The reader is not expected to be a mathematician and we hope you will find what follows to be useful.

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The Future of the Internet : And How to Stop It

By: Jonathan Zittrain

This extraordinary book explains the engine that has catapulted the Internet from backwater to ubiquity?and reveals that it is sputtering precisely because of its runaway success. With the unwitting help of its users, the generative Internet is on a path to a lockdown, ending its cycle of innovation?and facilitating unsettling new kinds of control. (futureoftheinternet.org)

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Notes by F.G. Stephens on a Collection of Drawings and Woodcuts by...

By: Frederic George Stephens, David Croal Thomson, Fine Art Society, Fine Art Society

The catalogue of the published works of Thomas and John Bewick has been compiled by Mr. D. C. Thomson.

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Browning and His Century

By: Helen Archibald Clarke
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Belgium and Germany; A Dutch View (De Belgische Neutraliteit Gesch...

By: Labberton, Johan Hendrik; Leonard, William Ellery, 1876-1944
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The Borough: A Poem, In Twenty-Four Letters

By: George Crabbe
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The Bibliographer's Manual of English Literature : Containing an A...

By: William Thomas Lowndes
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The Bibliographer's Manual of English Literature : Containing an A...

By: William Thomas Lowndes
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Brook Farm : Historic and Personal Memoirs

By: Codman, John Thomas
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Belgium Neutral and Loyal : The War of 1914

By: Waxweiler, Emile, 1867-1916

Includes bibliographical references and index

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United States Environmental Protection Agency Region 8 Series

By: Alfred C. Smith

Excerpt: Pursuant to 40 C.F.R. ? 22.18, of EPA's Consolidated Rules of Practice, the Consent Agreement resolving this matter is hereby approved and incorporated by reference into this Final Order. The Respondents are hereby ORDERED to comply with all of the terms of the Consent Agreement, effective immediately upon receipt by Respondents of this Consent Agreement and Final Order.

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Little Bad Wolf

By: Peter Reynolds

LITTLE BAD WOLF is a novel aimed for children who like adventures where the hero faces huge even unfair challenges but will win in the end with humour and determination. More than anything Little Bad Wolf wanted to see her father again. He was in prison for nothing other than being a wolf. In order to get him released she would just have to convince the Judge he was not dangerous. That would be easy. The hard part was that she would have to learn to speak in human langu...

Memorable Quotes “The only effect of the two wolves was that afternoon Granny Hood had a dream Elvis Presley was trying to kiss her, and she was telling him that he should behave himself. Even that was not unusual, as Granny Hood had been having dreams about Elvis for the last fifty years. In most of these dreams he was trying to kiss her.”Narrator “The plan was simple, but putting it to work would not be.”Narrator “"Do you mind me asking you? Do you bite?"The two wo...

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The Big Pink

By: Erwan Atcheson

O Goddess sing of how the Pink House went From being fairly clean to state unkempt. A tale of debauchery, lies and television. A story about booze, drugs, sex, war, money, and burger boxes. A novel about a house. A Pink House that starts off structurally sound and then falls into millions of beautiful pieces.

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A Beautiful Day

By: Faisal Al-Bandar;

A short story about arrogance, ignorance and ultimately giving in to curiosity. The world is a wonderful place and discovering it could be the most delightful of experiences.

"And suddenly, a strange idea conquered his mind, his curiosity was focused on one thing; and he liked to ask the only question that no one knew the answer to: (Sheik, how shall I die?) The Sheik looked at him with tired, peaceful, kind eyes… then he looked away and informed him in low, but clear voice: (It will be a beautiful day.)"

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The writings of Oscar Wilde

By: Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900; Zick, Henry, tr; Wilde, Lady, 1826-1896; Barbey d'Aurevilly, J. (Jules), 1808-1889

Supplemental catalog subcollection information: American Libraries Collection; Historical Literature; University edition. The University edition is limited to eight hundred numbered copies. This set no. 392, 393; [v. 1] A house of pomegranates; The happy prince, and others. -[v. 2] Lady Windermere's fan; The importance of being earnest. -[v. 3] Lord Arthur Savile's crime; The portrait of Mr. W. H., and other stories. -[v. 4] Poems including Ravenna, The ballad of Reading...

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