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Breaking Connections

Author : Albert Wendt
ISBN : 9781775502678
Genre : Fiction
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A dynamic group has emerged in Auckland whose members refer to themselves as the Tribe. Mainly Polynesian, they grow up together, rise from poverty and become successful professionals, bound by love and fierce loyalty. At the centre, is Aaron, who lives at the edge of danger, shady dealings and self-destruction. When Daniel, receives a call in Hawaii telling him that Aaron has been killed, he returns to New Zealand, and steps into the most dangerous crisis the Tribe has faced. They must confront the truth about who Aaron is and what they, as the Tribe, have become, while facing the infidelity and greed that threatens to tear the group apart.
Category: Fiction

Breaking Bread Nourishing Connections

Author : Karin Melberg Schwier
ISBN : UOM:39015060871004
Genre : Education
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With this easy-to-use book, enhanced with personal stories and photographs from individuals and families around the world, you'll enjoy meaningful and inclusive mealtimes with people who have disabilities.
Category: Education

Fly Fishing For Bonefish

Author : Chico Fernandez
ISBN : 081170095X
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Essential background on the bonefish's environment and food. Learn what tackle and flies to take and how to cast efficiently in the flats.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Broken Connections Alzheimer S Disease

Author : Emile Franssen
ISBN : 9780203330227
Genre : Science
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A manual to providing nursing care during the functional decline of Alzheimer's patients, emphasizing how to evaluate the patients' competence at each stage and allow them to take as much care of themselves as possible. Part I describes the now predictable course of the decline.
Category: Science

Breaking The Boundaries

Author : B. Sanyal
ISBN : 9781468457810
Genre : Science
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Exploring the complex arena of international planning for development has until now been uniquely the privilege of influential senior western planners. This book calls into question many of their hallowed principles and much of the conventional wisdom still evident in the halls of academe. At a time of increasing enrollment of foreign students in North American planning programs, the emergence of a new voice has coincided with a growing skepticism, worldwide, about old notions of planning and development in poorer and ex-colonial countries. Now there is a need for brave innovations to reshape our understanding of the global crisis and the potential for progressive and democratic local solutions in both rich and poor nations alike. This new voice is given expression by academics and professionals from Third World nations who received their planning education in the west and who now hold posts in major western planning schools. Breaking the Boundaries presents their views, and those of concerned colleagues, about the need for a radically changed curriculum based on a comparative, one-world approach to planning education. Their personal experiences as young expatriate scholars, and later as teachers of both Third World and First World students in western planning schools are seen as crucial to this need for change. Through candid reflections and perceptive critiques of their own field- the spatial, environmental, social, design and communications disciplines - the contributors explore crucial issues in development planning from theoretical and professional practice perspectives.
Category: Science

Transactions On Edutainment V

Author : Zhigeng Pan
ISBN : 9783642184512
Genre : Computers
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This journal sub-line is a forum both for stimulating and disseminating cutting-edge material on the full spectrum of edutainment genres including game-based learning and VR-based education. It covers technical aspects from graphics and AI to systems design.
Category: Computers

Dependencies Connections And Other Relations

Author : Wim de Muijnck
ISBN : 9789401701211
Genre : Philosophy
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This work covers, in its subsequent parts, ontology, the metaphysics of causation, and the philosophy of mind. It provides a firm theoretical basis for believing that in our all-physical world mental causation is perfectly real, and that it can be understood.
Category: Philosophy

High Performance Liquid Chromatography In Phytochemical Analysis

Author : Monika Waksmundzka-Hajnos
ISBN : 1420092618
Genre : Health & Fitness
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The powerful, efficient technique of high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) is essential to the standardization of plant-based drugs, identification of plant material, and creation of new herbal medicines. Filling the void in this critical area, High Performance Liquid Chromatography in Phytochemical Analysis is the first book to give a comp
Category: Health & Fitness

The Poison In The Gift

Author : Gloria Goodwin Raheja
ISBN : 0226707296
Genre : Social Science
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The Poison in the Gift is a detailed ethnography of gift-giving in a North Indian village that powerfully demonstrates a new theoretical interpretation of caste. Introducing the concept of ritual centrality, Raheja shows that the position of the dominant landholding caste in the village is grounded in a central-peripheral configuration of castes rather than a hierarchical ordering. She advances a view of caste as semiotically constituted of contextually shifting sets of meanings, rather than one overarching ideological feature. This new understanding undermines the controversial interpretation advanced by Louis Dumont in his 1966 book, Homo Hierarchicus, in which he proposed a disjunction between the ideology of hierarchy based on the "purity" of the Brahman priest and the "temporal power" of the dominant caste or the king.
Category: Social Science

The Sociology Of Community Connections

Author : John G. Bruhn
ISBN : 9780306486173
Genre : Social Science
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This book discusses the rationale for community, the varieties of communities, the effect of social change on communities and many other factors, tying the concept to the various levels of human interaction, from the global to the individual.
Category: Social Science