An unassuming book, still one of those which grip the reader from beginning to end. When the author started
to write his daily impressions and adventures, it was to keep in touch with his people, to quiet those who
feared for his safety every moment, and at the same time to give them a clear idea of his life. Without
boasting, modestly and naturally, he describes the adventures of an aviator in the great World War. It could
well serve as a guide to those who are studying aviation. Although he has avoided the stilted tone of the
school-master, still his accomplishments as a knight...
One thing that hasn’t changed is that retail is still physically and mentally
hard work. The pressure’s always on; we’re only ever as good as our last
trading day. Every time we open the store, what follows could be a disaster
or a triumph.
And that’s the thrill of the thing, that’s why we do
it—get things right, get the team pulling together,
make customers happy, and take some money . . . well,
those are the days that keep us coming back for more.
Getting retail right is thrilling—magic, even...
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The history of the life of every individual who has, for any reason, attracted extensively the attention of
mankind, has been written in a great variety of ways by a multitude of authors, and persons sometimes wonder
why we should have so many different accounts of the same thing. The reason is, that each one of these
accounts is intended for a different set of readers, who read with ideas and purposes widely dissimilar from
About five or six hundred years before Christ, almost the whole of the interior of Asia was united in one vast
empire. The founder of this empire was Cyrus the Great. He was originally a Persian; and the whole empire is
often called the Persian monarchy, taking its name from its founder's native land.
Cyrus was not contented with having annexed to his dominion all the civilized states of Asia.
Anyone with programming experience can learn how to write an iPhone app. But if you want to build a great app, there's a lot more to it than simple coding: you also need to know how design and market your creation. This easy-to-follow guide walks you through the entire process, from sketching out your idea to promoting the finished product.
Our modern civilization is built up on three great corner-stones, three inestimably valuable heritages from the
past. The Græco-Roman civilization gave us our arts and our philosophies, the bases of intellectual power.
The Hebrews bequeathed to us the religious idea, which has saved man from despair, has been the potent
stimulus to two thousand years of endurance and hope. The Teutons gave us a healthy, sturdy,
uncontaminated physique, honest bodies and clean minds, the lack of which had made further progress impossible to the ancient world.
A well-deﬁned collection of objects is known as a set. This concept, in
its complete generality, is of great importance in mathematics since all
of mathematics can be developed by starting from it.
The various pieces of furniture in a given room form a set. So do
the books in a given library, or the integers between 1 and 1,000,000, or
all the ideas that mankind has had, or the human beings alive between
one billion B.C. and ten billion A.D. These examples are all examples
of ﬁnite sets, that is, sets having a ﬁnite number of elements.
This book project began in the summer of 1998. I spent two weeks of that summer at Radi, a small village outside Siena,
discussing the contents of the MS with a sociologist and fellow doctoral student from the Zentrum für Höhere Studien
(ZHS) at the University of Leipzig, Andreas Westerwinter1. Our discussions were mostly about the value, if any, of the
discipline of geopolitics and the limited usefulness of neoclassical economics and modern political science for trying
to explain current economic events, in particular the emergence of China as an economic superpower.
Climate change presents a unique challenge for economics: it is the greatest and
widest-ranging market failure ever seen. The economic analysis must therefore be
global, deal with long time horizons, have the economics of risk and uncertainty at
centre stage, and examine the possibility of major, non-marginal change. To meet
these requirements, the Review draws on ideas and techniques from most of the
important areas of economics, including many recent advances.
The idea of the role of various ICTs to communicate information was further developed in
the follow-up research (R8347), in which respondents were asked to rank the importance
of types of information pertinent to rural livelihoods. It can be seen from Table 7 and
Table 8 that there is a great deal of similarity in the types of information regarded as most
important in both countries. Note that priority information needs tend to relate to social
Part: Asterix and the Great Divide. "Asterix, the hero of these adventures . A shrewd, cunning little warrior; all
perilous missions are immediately entrusted to him. Asterix gets his
superhuman strength from the magic potion brewed by the druid Getafix..."
In the front of every Asterix book, Asterix is described as a hero. But is he one? He certainly
doesn't look like it - he's tiny, not a muscle on him. Uderzo's original drawings depicted him
as a traditional hero type - large and strong, but Goscinny came up with the idea of making
him an anti-hero - who relied not...
“The bagwan of Marketing strikes again. Leave it to Phil Kotler to revisit all of our blocking and tackling at just the right time . . . and as all great marketers know: ‘timing is everything.’” —Watts Wacker Founder and CEO, FirstMatter Author, The Deviant Advantage: How Fringe Ideas Create Mass Markets “Wide-ranging, readable, pithy, and right on target, these insights not only are a great refresher for marketing managers but should be required reading for all nonmarketing executives.
The main ideas in this book trace their intellectual lineage to
Benjamin Graham, whom I never knew but must thank posthumously,
and Warren Buffett, whom I have the great fortune to
know and from whose writings, talks, and conversations I have
gained knowledge and insight. Neither of these men, of course, has
any responsibility for this book’s content and no doubt would disagree
with some of what it says, though it is written as a narrative
interpretation of principles they developed, to which it tries to be
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So you have a great idea for an iPhone or iPad game, but you've never programmed before. Where to start? Here! With GameSalad, you can design, build, and publish a 2D game in the App Store using an easy-to-use, no-programming-required game creation tool. Learn GameSalad for iOS shows you how to set up your development environment and how to create a variety of simple 2D games from a breakout-style game to an arcade shooter to a maze game. You'll also learn how to use GameSalad to create a non-game app as well. This book also takes you beyond game development...
Because of their apparent “simplicity” simple atoms present a great challenge
and temptation to experts in various branches of physics from fundamental problems
of particle physics to astrophysics, applied physics and metrology. This
book is based on the presentations at the International Conference on Precision
Physics of Simple Atomic Systems (PSAS 2002) whose primary target was to
provide an effective exchange between physicists from different fields.
Research in starch biosynthesis is likely to have a great impact on agriculture
and industry in coming years. Although the original purpose of research
into starch synthesis was not industrial application, it is an example of how
science, while trying to answer fundamental questions, may lead to the
manipulation of nature for beneficial purposes.
Although the basic studies of starch synthesis were carried out in England
during the 1940s, and led to the discovery of phosphorylase and Q-enzyme
(branching enzyme), the basis of our modern ideas originated in Argentina
from the work of Luis F.
The idea for this book stems from a meeting sponsored by the European Union,
organized by N. van Breemen, and held in Doorweerth at the end of 1991. At this
meeting a large number of European scientists discussed the different issues
related to the accumulation and decomposition of organic matter in terrestrial
ecosystems. One of the objectives was to gather scientists from various disciplines
(biologists, chemists, ecologists, agriculturalists) to pool their different disciplinary
approaches and come up with a common perspective for future research on
soil organic matter.
Your lordship can give great and convincing instances of this, whenever you please to oblige the public with
some of those large and comprehensive discoveries you have made of truths hitherto unknown, unless to some
few, from whom your lordship has been pleased not wholly to conceal them.