eBooks and Manuals Collection (656 Books)


eBooks and Manuals Collection is a collection of commercially popular publication a variety of genres.

 
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Memories of My Dream

By: Glenn C. Reid

Excerpt: The Baltzleys moved from the Rhine Valley of Switzerland and Germany and settled in Pennsylvania in the 1800?s. The exact locations in Pennsylvania are lost to memory because they represented my family?s temporary homes before they began moving west.

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102 Things You Need to Know before You File Bankruptcy

By: Victoria Ring

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The Ecookbooks Library

Excerpt: We'll inscribe two lines of YOUR text in a variety of colors YOU choose. You can be like a professional chef with a name and title! Create a personalized cooking apron for yourself or as a great gift idea for anyone that cooks.

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The Beast in the Jungle

By: Henry James

Excerpt: What determined the speech that startled him in the course of their encounter scarcely matters, being probably but some words spoken by himself quite without intention ? spoken as they lingered and slowly moved together after their renewal of acquaintance. He had been conveyed by friends an hour or two before to the house at which she was staying; the party of visitors at the other house, of whom he was one, and thanks to whom it was his theory, as always, that ...

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Beauty in the Sanctuary

By: Elinor B. Amstutz

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Bee Pollen.

Excerpt: Referred to as the 'Food of the Gods', bee pollen is a superbly nutritious product and is used world-wide as an energy boosting supplement. Bee Pollen is the male seed of flowers, created in the stamen within the blossom of the plant. Honeybees collect the pollen and during the collection process it is combined with secretions from the bee, as it is worked from the stamen of the plant. The bee uses it?s tongue and mandibles to collect the pollen, it then brushes...

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The Absolute Beginners Guide to Starting a Web Site

By: Milana Nastetskaya

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Shoot First and Ask Questions Later

By: Dr. James M. Hughes

Excerpt: In Business School, (Organizational Behavior) we studied what can happen to organizations that suffer ethical management breakdowns (such as Johns Manville with asbestos, Owens Corning breast implants, etc.). Nothing illustrates the syndrome of management ethical failure more clearly than the current scandal faced by Firestone and Ford. Those companies denied and concealed deaths and injuries caused by tread separation and a high center of gravity in the Ford Ex...

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Bell Canada

By: Bruce Derraugh

Excerpt: In the increasingly competitive telecommunications industry, outstanding service is key to attracting and retaining customers. Yet delivering that level of service requires creativity because the primary interaction with the customer is the monthly bill. Now Bell Canada is making the customer billing experience more convenient and efficient with an innovative electronic bill presentment service based on Adobe Acrobat software, Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF...

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Best Practices for Web Accessibility Design and Implementation

By: Dr. Alan Foley

Excerpt: Our lives are intricately tied to Internet technology. We use it to work. We use it to communicate. We use it to entertain. As the Internet becomes a part of our daily lives, it is important for Web site developers to consider the many obstacles individuals with disabilities face when accessing the Internet. An essential part of Web design today is designing for people with disabilities. Many U.S. government and educational institutions are required by law to pr...

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Best Practices in Personalized Print

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Martin Rundkvist Barshalder 1

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Martin Rundkvist Barshalder 2

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Big Fat Lies!

By: Tom Venuto

Introduction: If you've ever walked into a health food store and asked for information about supplements, If you?ve ever read any one of the many popular bodybuilding or fitness magazines, If you've ever bought the latest best-selling diet book, If you?ve ever watched late night TV and listened to a diet or fitness guru preach about an amazing new diet, exercise machine or supplement, If you?ve ever surfed the web for information about diet, nutrition or training, If you...

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Issues in Population and Bioethics

By: Sam Vaknin, Ph.D.

Description: This document contains information on topics such as Eugenics and the Future of the Human Species, The Myth of the Right to Life, and The Aborted Contract.

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Responding to a Biological or Chemical Threat : A Practical Guide

Excerpt: This pamphlet provides a broad over view of the chemical and biological terrorist threat and, drawing on the lessons learned from the few chemical and biological incidents to date, suggests some basic means of detection, defense, and decontamination. The intention is not to alarm people but to enable employees and their family members to recognize and properly react to a chemical or biological situation in the even they encounter one.

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Captured Once Read by Many

Excerpt: As the UK?s second largest city Birmingham not surprisingly needs a large city council to manage its affairs. The city?s Transportation Department employs nearly 1400 staff and has responsibility for everything from school crossing patrols to highway infrastructure management, road naming to transport planning. With a daily influx of quarter of a million cars to the city centre, over 9100 roads to maintain, and 95,000 streetlights, there?s plenty to do to meet t...

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Bizdev 101

By: Jim Stroud

Excerpt: Imagine you are an unemployed recruiter! Being laid off sucks and being an unemployed recruiter during a recession is especially sucky. If you will, consider the redundancy of not having a job to hire talent in an economy in which expertise is abundantly available as so many people are already out of work yet companies aren't hiring. You fruitlessly look for a Recruiter gig knowing that companies are downsizing by the thousands (which explain the excess talent) ...

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New Directions from the Field : Victims Rights and Services for th...

By: Dean G. Kilpatrick

Excerpt: Millions of Americans of all ages suffer from crime-related mental health problems. Although there have been improvements in providing effective mental health counseling for victims, more needs to be done. Mental health professionals must join with victim assistance professionals to ensure that every crime victim has access to effective mental health services at every stage of the criminal justice system process.

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The Blue Bird, A Fairy Play in Five Acts and Eleven Scenes

By: Maurice Maeterlinck

Excerpt: TYLTYL wears the dress of Hop-o'-my-Thumb in Perrault's Tales. Scarlet knickerbockers, pale-blue jacket, white stockings, tan shoes. MYTYL is dressed like Gretel or Little Red Riding-hood. LIGHT The moon-coloured dress in Perrault's Peau d?ane; that is to say, pale gold shot with silver, shimmering gauzes, forming a sort of rays, etc. Neo-Grecian or Anglo- Grecian (a la Walter Crane) or even more or less Empire style: a high waist, bare arms, etc. Head-dress: a ...

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