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Line By Line

Author : Claire Kehrwald Cook
ISBN : 0395393914
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 32.17 MB
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The complete guide to self-editing, illustrating the most common problems with hundreds of before-and-after examples
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Line By Line

Author : Stephanie L. Standerfer
ISBN : 9780190909864
Genre : Music
File Size : 46.50 MB
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In Line by Line: Progressive Staff Method Arrangements for Elementary Music Literacy, author Stephanie L. Standerfer harnesses years of pedagogical expertise in a practical guide that promotes music learning by experience rather than imitation and memorization. Using well-known songs and instrumental accompaniments, this book contains a new practical method for teaching music literacy. The book's lesson plans first introduce concepts to the ear and body that allow students to internalize the sound and feeling before learning the symbol. Through this method, students learn and understand songs without the teacher modeling them and develop musicianship skills in the process. The arrangements include instrument parts for the typical complement of melodic instruments including glockenspiels, xylophones, and metallophones. Each arrangement includes at least one instrument part for more advanced learners, and one or more parts for students at lower skill levels. Music educators then complete individual lesson plans by teaching instrumental parts, again from notation instead of imitation. In this method, each song is taught over five to seven class periods as short segments of a regular class meeting, leaving time for other musical experiences such as listening lessons or folk dances. Taking every student into consideration, Line by Line also suggests ways to address specific student needs for those who need more time to process or who have specific diagnosed issues.
Category: Music

Line By Line Love Along The Wires Book 1

Author : Jennifer Delamere
ISBN : 9781493425143
Genre : Fiction
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Alice McNeil resolved at a young age to travel through life unencumbered by love or marriage, free to make her own decisions. A seasoned telegrapher, she's recently acquired a coveted position at an important trading firm, but when the company's ambitious junior director returns to London, things begin to change in ways Alice could never have imagined. For Douglas Shaw, years of hard work and ingenuity enabled him to escape a life of grinding poverty. He's also determined to marry into high society--a step that will ensure he never returns to the conditions of his past. He and Alice form a friendly relationship based on mutual respect, but anything deeper is not in their plans. However, when Alice accidentally raises the ire of a jealous and vindictive coworker who's intent on ruining her life, Alice and Douglas are forced to confront what is truly important in their lives. Will their growing bond give them the courage to risk finding a better way?
Category: Fiction

In Line On Line

Author : Raymond Greenlaw
ISBN : 0071131132
Genre :
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In its second edition, Inline/Online: Fundamentals of the Internet and the World Wide Web continues to offer students an entertaining and pedagogically superior introduction to the Internet, Web Design, and HTML coding in textbook format. This new edition features enhanced coverage of FTP, discussion of a wider array of search engines, new material on cascading style sheets, and an expanded and up-to-the-minute presentation of the current state of e-commerce. Outside of the classroom, this book remains an excellent resource for anyone who is interested in recent computing developments, online information, and the Internet as the new social and economic frontier. Inline/Online distinguishes itself as a text by offering an in-depth treatment of the Internet for non-computer specialists, thus making it accessible to students from all majors. E-mail, Newsgroups/Mailing Lists, web programming, electronic publishing, and search engines are among the topics authors Ray Greenlaw and Ellen Hepp cover with flair and a sense of their relationship to real-world applications. Students begin by learning the basics of e-mail and by the end of the course have the skills to publish their own well-designed web pages. In addition, the book contains over 500 exercises, many of them new to the second edition, which allow the reader test and refine their new skills online. An Online Learning Center accompanies the book and offers an array of supplementary materials such as HTML examples, useful links, and rendered code from the book. McGraw-Hill's Page Out allows professors to customize the site by including their own course syllabus, a list of students, grading information, assignments, projects, and more.
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Line By Line

Author : Randy Worthey
ISBN : 9781427633897
Genre : Reference
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Negotiating Telecommunications Agreements Line By Line

Author : Mike Dettorre
ISBN : 1596221127
Genre : Law
File Size : 30.11 MB
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In today's business environment, telecommunications is an essential component of any technology infrastructure. To leverage this critical technology to the maximum extent possible in your business, while controlling costs, you must have a thorough understanding of the key terms and provisions commonly found in agreements for telecommunications services. The authors break down the most commonly encountered business and legal issues that arise in these agreements, and detail why and how to modify common clauses to best promote your ability to successfully implement telecom technologies across your business. Businesses have long been at a disadvantage to the vendors in protecting their interests in these types of agreements. Negotiating Telecommunications Agreements Line By Line corrects this imbalance. Examining the most critical components of typical telecom agreements, explaining the business purposes inherent in each, and offering negotiating strategies and proposed contract language, industry expert Mike Dettorre and leading technology lawyers James Kalyvas and Kirk Sullivan present a detailed and strategic insight into the telecommunications contract. A first-ever handbook for the business executive to tackle the challenges presented in buying telecom services, Negotiating Telecommunications Agreements Line By Line illustrates the least understood yet most important clauses encountered in purchasing and implementing telecom systems and services. This book is a must-read for those seeking to become better informed, more empowered, and more successful telecom consumers.
Category: Law

Line By Line

Author : Steven J. Molinsky
ISBN : 0135370922
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Point And Line To Plane

Author : Wassily Kandinsky
ISBN : 0486238083
Genre : Art
File Size : 53.80 MB
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The Russian artist develops his theory of the function of form, color, rhythm, texture, and time in painting, and their relationship
Category: Art

Stepping Out Of Line

Author : Cheryl Hercus
ISBN : 0415930324
Genre : Social Science
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What does it mean to be a feminist today? Why do some women become feminists and others do not? Stepping Out of Line offers an insightful account of the struggle of becoming and being a feminist.
Category: Social Science

Beyond Poverty Line

Author : Samuel Ehikhamen
ISBN :
Genre : Self-Help
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The book Beyond Poverty Line is written to achieve one purpose and one purpose only, and that is to get you beyond poverty line and plant your feet there. This book is not a get rich quick scheme, but delivers to you the power to create wealth at your own pace and style. This book is written to help you understand: 1. That personality precedes accomplishment 2. That the rich personality is required in commanding wealth 3. The need for love, relationship, hope, patience, and thanksgiving in attracting and creating wealth 4. That the rich baby must be born and bred to command wealth These and many more are the secrets that await you in this book Beyond Poverty Line in getting you beyond poverty line.
Category: Self-Help

Hold On I Have God On The Line

Author : Margaret Garland
ISBN : 9780595272945
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Hold On…I Have God On The Line is a powerful true-life spiritual-adventure spanning several continents and the high-seas of the Atlantic. From Indian yogis and holymen to Caribbean smugglers and urban shamen, we are ultimately led to the World of Spirit, the reality of life after death and communication with the otherside. Expect to be thoroughly entranced by this life-transforming story, which takes us to the edge…and beyond.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Beyond The Line

Author : Stephen Blewett
ISBN : 9781449751975
Genre : Religion
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Beyond the Line is about transforming obstacles in life into opportunities for faith. Every person faces pivotal moments in life when they are confronted by a challenge and must choose if they will take the path of least resistance or put their faith into practice and move out beyond the line. Reward awaits those who step out in faith, and BTL encourages you to find the courage to follow where Jesus leads. BTL takes a very distinctive approach to the challenge of living our faith. The entire book is written as interviews featuring various guests who are Bible figures who went BTL. Through this interview process we gain insights from these inspirational figures. At the end of each chapter, we break out of the interview mode to deliver personal insights and interpretation with an interesting twist in the interview process in the final chapter. Ultimately, it is about challenging yourself to be a better father, mother, son, daughter, and Christian. It's about going BTL!
Category: Religion

Crossing Over The Line

Author : David J. Langum
ISBN : 9780226468709
Genre : History
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Crossing over the Line describes the folly of the Mann Act of 1910—a United States law which made travel from one state to another by a man and a woman with the intent of committing an immoral act a major crime. Spawned by a national wave of "white slave trade" hysteria, the Act was created by the Congress of the United States as a weapon against forced prostitution. This book is the first history of the Mann Act's often bizarre career, from its passage to the amendment that finally laid it low. In David J. Langum's hands, the story of the Act becomes an entertaining cautionary tale about the folly of legislating private morality. Langum recounts the colorful details of numerous court cases to show how enforcement of the Act mirrored changes in America's social attitudes. Federal prosecutors became masters in the selective use of the Act: against political opponents of the government, like Charlie Chaplin; against individuals who eluded other criminal charges, like the Capone mobster "Machine Gun" Jack McGurn; and against black men, like singer Chuck Berry and boxer Jack Johnson, who dared to consort with white women. The Act engendered a thriving blackmail industry and was used by women like Frank Lloyd Wright's wife to extort favorable divorce settlements. "Crossing over the Line is a work of scholarship as wrought by a civil libertarian, and the text . . . sizzles with the passion of an ardent believer in real liberty under reasonable laws."—Jonathan Kirsch, Los Angeles Times
Category: History

Linux Command Line And Shell Scripting Bible

Author : Richard Blum
ISBN : 9781118984192
Genre : Computers
File Size : 62.89 MB
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Talk directly to your system for a faster workflow withautomation capability Linux Command Line and Shell Scripting Bible is youressential Linux guide. With detailed instruction and abundantexamples, this book teaches you how to bypass the graphicalinterface and communicate directly with your computer, saving timeand expanding capability. This third edition incorporates thirtypages of new functional examples that are fully updated to alignwith the latest Linux features. Beginning with command linefundamentals, the book moves into shell scripting and shows you thepractical application of commands in automating frequentlyperformed functions. This guide includes useful tutorials, and adesk reference value of numerous examples. The Linux command line allows you to type specific shellcommands directly into the system to manipulate files and querysystem resources. Command line statements can be combined intoshort programs called shell scripts, a practice increasing inpopularity due to its usefulness in automation. This book is acomplete guide providing detailed instruction and expert adviceworking within this aspect of Linux. Write simple script utilities to automate tasks Understand the shell, and create shell scripts Produce database, e-mail, and web scripts Study scripting examples ranging from basic to advanced Whether used as a tutorial or as a quick reference, this bookcontains information that every Linux user should know. Why notlearn to use the system to its utmost capability? Linux is a robustsystem with tremendous potential, and Linux Command Line andShell Scripting Bible opens the door to new possibilities.
Category: Computers

The Fateful Battle Line

Author : Michael Glover
ISBN : 9781473819276
Genre : History
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The diaries of front-line soldiers of the Great War are relatively commonplace; contemporary drawings and paintings, other than those by the official war artists, are less so. What is extraordinary, even unique, about The Fateful Battle Line is that it combines a journal of infantry service on the Western Front with sketches and finished work made at the time, often illustrating places, people and incident from the text. Henry Ogle was a trained artist, and one who, in his writing, fused the vividness of the painter's eye for detail with a writer's precision and awareness. Commissioned from the ranks, twice wounded, his gallantry rewarded with the Military Cross, he endured four years of war; if the experience seared him, it never took from him his humanity. Front-line, support and reserve trenches; raids, patrols and work details; outposts and piquets; hospitals and base areas; French and Belgian towns and villages; leave back home in England ; the tragic landscape of Flanders; weapons, artillery, transport, draft and riding animals; above all his fellow soldiers - Henry Ogle faithfully, and often wittily, recorded the day-to-day minutiae, as well as the sudden shattering moments, of vast industrial armies locked in the last of the great siege wars. In doing so, and in his accompanying text, he demonstrated that the enduring legacy of the Great War lay in the spirit of the men who fought it. Skillfully edited and annotated by the late Michael Glover, The Fateful Battle Line is perhaps the most remarkable and enduring original work to have come out of the First World War in the last fifty years.
Category: History

On Line Analysis Instrument

Author : E. B. Jones
ISBN : 9781483144726
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Instrument Technology, Volume 2: On-Line Analysis Instruments describes a variety of on-line analysis instruments used in measuring the quality of products, including sampling systems for gases and liquids; on-line instruments for ASTM procedures; and instruments for measuring density or specific gravity, humidity, chemical composition, and viscosity. Measurements employing nuclear techniques are also considered. This text is comprised of seven chapters. After giving an introduction that explains the importance of analysis instruments and their applications in a wide range of industries, the book turns to sampling systems for gases and liquids. The next chapter focuses on instruments for measuring density and specific gravity of liquid, such as static-pressure-operated mechanisms (for example, gas purge systems), weighing tube types, buoyancy types, recording hydrometers, totally immersed displacer types, and acoustic resonance types. Measurements employing nuclear techniques such as radio-isotopes are then described, along with instruments used to measure Reid vapor pressure, distillation characteristics, pour point, flash point, cloud point, and octane number. Finally, this book discusses instruments used to measure chemical composition and viscosity. The use of non-dispersive infrared analyzers in chemical plants is highlighted. This book will be useful not only for chemists and instrument and chemical engineers, but also for prospective instrument technicians.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Women On The Line

Author : Miriam Glucksmann aka Ruth Cavendish
ISBN : 9781134023844
Genre : Social Science
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Women on the Line is a pioneering ethnographic classic of the world of work in a British motor components factory. Miriam Glucksmann (aka Ruth Cavendish), a well-known contributor to the study of gender, work and employment, is for the first time revealed as the author, along with the identity of the company, product and factory. Recording the experience of migrant women from Ireland, the Caribbean, and the Indian subcontinent with the immediacy of a diary, this is a unique account from an observing participant of the daily routines of repetitive work, a strike led by women from below, and the temporalities of work, home, children and leisure. Glucksmann's vivid narrative of life on the assembly line is combined with an analysis of the intersections of gender, ethnicity and class that prefigures subsequent theoretical advances. This edition contains a new introduction situating the book in contemporary debates and developments and includes original photographs taken on the shop floor at the time.
Category: Social Science