Mastered space

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  • . Don't rush right out to buy one to stash in your bookcase, however, because the OED now contains about 60 million words in 20 volumes. If shelf space is an issue and you simply cant live without an OED, however, online and CD-ROM versions are available

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  • THIS is a story I never intended to tell. I would not even tell it now if it were not for the Zenians. Understand that I do not dislike the Zenians. One of the best officers I ever had was a Zenian. His name was Eitel, and he served under me on the old Tamon, my first command. But lately the Zenians have made rather too much of the exploits of Ame Baove. The history of the Universe gives him credit, and justly, for making the first successful exploration in space. Baove's log of that trip is a classic that...

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  • organizational and investment issues related to the national military space effort, the overall weight of effort that should be directed to space mission support, and the appropriate trade-offs between space and other mission needs in all mediums across service lines. Research in support of the study was completed in November 2002.

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  • Research objective: The thesis is devoted to extend some results on the existence of fixed points in metric spaces to spaces with uniform structure. We also considered the existence of solutions of some classes of integral equations with unbounded deviation, which we can not apply fixed point theorems in metric spaces. The thesis can be a reference for under graduated students, master students and Ph.D students in analysis major in general, and the fixed point theory and applications in particular.

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  • The announcement in January of the merger between America Online and Time Warner marked the convergence of the two most important business trends of the last five years: the rise of the Internet and the resurgence of mergers and acquisitions. M&A activity has been at a fever pitch recently, and all signs point to an even further acceleration of deal making, spurred in large part by the breathtaking influx of capital into the Internet space. Many executives will be placing bets on M&A that will put their companies’ futures at stake....

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  • The space program’s missions to Mars have confirmed that the soil composition on that planet is similar to that on our planet. (A) (B) (C) (D) to that on our planet to our planet with the soil on our planet to this composition on our planet (E) to our planet’s soil’s composition 4. According to life-insurance company statistics, nine out of ten alcoholics die before the age of seventy-five, as opposed to seven out of ten nonalcoholics.

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  • In Unix there are many ways to accomplish a given task. Given a problem to solve, we may be able to get to a solution in any number of ways. Of course, some will be more efficient, be more readable, use less disk space or memory, may or may not give the user feedback on what is going on or give more accurate details and more precision to the result. In this book we are going to step through every detail of writing a shell script to solve real-world Unix problems and tasks. The shell scripts range from using a pseudorandom number generator to create pseudo-random...

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  • Proper space to keep all the materials you will need when studying, such as books, paper, pens, pencils, a tape recorder or other recording device, and if possible, a computer with the Internet access. Study regularly over a long period of time. Do not study to the point of exhaustion, as this has been shown to be ineffective in retaining information.

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  • Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs), understood here as online systems supporting interactions between and amongst learners and teachers as well as access to resources and activities, have long been held to provide a range of benefits in further and higher education. For 2008, UK Government policy is far all pupils to have access to an online learning space, for many provided through a learning platform such as a VLE.

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  • PDS, food price policies, food subsidies, food safety net, food for work programme. Food quality. Measurement of poverty. Poverty alleviation and development strategies.

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  • Proper space to keep all the materials you will need when studying, such as books, paper, pens, pencils, a tape recorder or other recording device, and if possible, a computer with the Internet access.

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  • Isaac Asimov, was an American author and professor of biochemistry at Boston University, best known for his works of science fiction and for his popular science books. Asimov was one of the most prolific writers of all time, having written or edited about 500 books and over 9,000 letters and postcards. His works have been published in nine of the ten major categories of the Dewey Decimal System (the sole exception being the 100s: philosophy and psychology). Isaac Asimov is widely considered a master of the science-fiction genre and, along with Robert A....

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  • Jarvis Hilton of Terra, the youngest man yet to be assigned to direct any such tremendous deep-space undertaking as Project Theta Orionis, sat in conference with his two seconds-in-command. Assistant Director Sandra Cummings, analyst-synthesist and semantician, was tall, blonde and svelte. Planetographer William Karns—a black-haired, blackbrowed, black-eyed man of thirty—was third in rank of the scientific group. "I'm telling you, Jarve, you can't have it both ways," Karns declared. "Captain Sawtelle is old-school Navy brass. He goes strictly by the book.

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  • CAS theory informs us of non-material fields that exert real force on material objects in the universe. For example, Gravity – a field familiar to us – is a force of attraction exerted by a celestial body, such as the earth, upon objects near or upon its surface that draws them closer to its center. These fields are thus understood to be forces with both magnitude and direction that permeate and influence the space and objects around them. As articulated by Margaret Wheatley [1], when a project vision is translated into a statement of the greater purpose and dreams of...

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  • When it comes to picking locks and cracking safes I admit to no master. The door to Inskipp's private quarters had an old-fashioned tumbler drum that was easier to pick than my teeth. I must have gone through that door without breaking step. Quiet as I was though, Inskipp still heard me. The light came on and there he was sitting up in bed pointing a .75 caliber recoilless at my sternum. "You should have more brains than that, diGriz," he snarled. "Creeping into my room at night! You could have been shot." "No I couldn't," I told him, as he stowed the cannon back under his pillow. "A...

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  • This is a wide-ranging and ambiguous condition, which actually refers to the need to retain some scope for manoeuvre, or policy space, so that every developing country can choose the most appropriate international trade integration policy or strategy on the basis of its social and economic characteristics and its historical evolution. These characteristics will therefore condition the rhythm, scope and phases of trade liberalisation.

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  • Based on common interests in the potential appli- cation of these technological goals, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York, and the MIT Me- dia Laboratory agreed to a collaboration driven by the desire to increasingly use technology in their ex- hibits without making aesthetic concessions. Their mainmotivation was to use smart spaces 3 inmuseum exhibits, without the obvious elements of the asso- ciated computing. They offered a very useful error metric that is lacking in a laboratory: a very high aes- thetic sensibility.

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  • To Jason Gridley of Tarzana, discoverer of the Gridley Wave, belonged the credit of establishing radio communication between Pellucidar and the outer world.

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  • The four-year period (1095-1099) between the call for crusade by Pope Urban II at the Council of Claremont and the capture of Jerusalem produced a remarkable amount of historiography, both in Western Europe and in Asia Minor.

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  • Written by: Constance M. Burge Transcribed by: Shay Fitzpatrick Season 1, Episode 01 Episode Number: 01 [Scene: Serena Fredrick's apartment. She puts down a bowl of food for her cat. (Later known as Kit.)] Serena Fredrick: Come on, baby. Good girl. (She walks over to her altar and lights the candles with just a touch of her finger. You see someone standing outside her window. She starts saying a spell.) Ancient one of the earth so deep, master of moon and sun. I shield you in my wiccan way, here in my circle round, asking you to protect this space, and...

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