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Grumpy Geezer or Observant Elder? By Ken Bobrosky
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As we continue to age, our senses of observation become sharper, not diminished. We can use our life's experiences and compare the past and present in order to make some unique observations. In all... More > areas of life, the seniors have witnessed and experienced immense changes. With the advantage of their years they can truly become Observant Elders and not just Grumpy Old Geezers! Some of the intriguing titles include: Why Does Anyone Need Clothes? We Are All Liars - Including You! Hey Kids, Daddy's Got an AK-47! If We Have It, Why Not Use It? The Terror That Is IKEA! Let's Go To Transnistria! Conversation With A Snowflake God's One Mistake< Less
Observation One: Singing of Promises By Michael E. Lloyd
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Europe, March 2003: In an unseen sphere, a Radimote is born and glides to land, invisible still, but watching and listening and ready to roll. Its undetectable Handlers have travelled far from... More > “Dome” to study this newly-identified world. They soon endow their virtual missionary with an elegant human form. Her first target is music student Toni Murano, who haplessly follows the siren’s call, gets entangled in the resultant security alert, but manages to slip through its dragnet. “Carla” can at last use Toni’s favourite music to hook him securely, and her senior officer Quo then press-gangs him into service as the Illuminator for their early observations. Forced to take on a crisp new identity, Toni is led on a hurdle-strewn chase round the cities of ever-expanding Europe, as the Domans build their initial model of the Earth and search in vain for a political leader with flawless integrity. And then they receive their orders for Observation Two...< Less
Navy Aerographer’s Mate: Module 1 - Surface Weather Observations - NAVEDTRA 14269 (Nonresident Training Course) By Naval Education & Training Center
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By enrolling in this self-study course, you have demonstrated a desire to improve yourself and the Navy. Remember, however, this self-study course is only one part of the total Navy training program.... More > Practical experience, schools, selected reading, and your desire to succeed are also necessary to successfully round out a fully meaningful training program. THE COURSE: This self-study course is organized into subject matter areas, each containing learning objectives to help you determine what you should learn along with text and illustrations to help you understand the information. The subject matter reflects day-to-day requirements and experiences of personnel in the rating or skill area. It also reflects guidance provided by Enlisted Community Managers (ECMs) and other senior personnel, technical references, instructions, etc., and either the occupational or naval standards, which are listed in the Manual of Navy Enlisted Manpower Personnel Classifications and Occupational Standards, NAVPERS 18068.< Less
Love Lines Through Time By Buster Hays
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Poems about Life and Love, living alone after my wife's death and my views of life in an empty house, remembering the joys of young love and how everyday life can show you love in many different... More > ways. I write about how life feels now, how my days go, and some of the experiences I've had in 90 years.< Less
True Christianity at All Levels of Life By Aaron J. Smith
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True Christianity is more than an avocation. It is a consuming life’s work that demands much from its adherents. Christianity is not merely to acknowledge God as Lord on Sunday and then live... More > like the devil the rest of the week. Just as God is no respecter of persons, so He is not a respecter of days in this the New Testament age. He demands holiness, a holiness that springs from the heart and colors all a person’s outward actions every waking moment of the day and week. Of course such a description goes well beyond a mere observance, or lack thereof, of days; it involves all of the believer’s life and being.< Less
Eighty Years and Still Counting By Doris Luster Turner
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From the back cover (written by Thomas Nowlin Harrison, editor): A fascinating storyteller, Doris Turner shares her observations about life as an octogenarian (a person in their eighties, in case you... More > didn’t know). Her keen wit and wisdom make this book a fun ride, and an informative one, too. Subjects include: Talking; Listening; Aches and Pains; Bathing; Hair; Eating; Cooking; Housework; Our House; “Plumbing” Problems; Yard Work; Sleep; Wrinkles; Eyes; Teeth; Posture; Laundry; Walking; Shoes; Clothes; Jewelry; TV; Computers; Teaching; Neighbors; Cell Phones; Doctors and Pills; Reading; Story Telling; Cokes and Etc.; Friends; Family; The Lusters; Sons; Daughters-in-law; Grandsons and Granddaughters; God, Christ and Church. Doris writes, "I am now 80! That means many things... My health is amazingly good – I only have two problems – getting down and getting up – I guess the answer to that is simple – either sit or stand – then there’s no problem."< Less
Eighty Years and Still Counting By Doris Luster Turner
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From the back cover (written by Thomas Nowlin Harrison, editor): A fascinating storyteller, Doris Turner shares her observations about life as an octogenarian (a person in their eighties, in case you... More > didn’t know). Her keen wit and wisdom make this book a fun ride, and an informative one, too. Subjects include: Talking; Listening; Aches and Pains; Bathing; Hair; Eating; Cooking; Housework; Our House; “Plumbing” Problems; Yard Work; Sleep; Wrinkles; Eyes; Teeth; Posture; Laundry; Walking; Shoes; Clothes; Jewelry; TV; Computers; Teaching; Neighbors; Cell Phones; Doctors and Pills; Reading; Story Telling; Cokes and Etc.; Friends; Family; The Lusters; Sons; Daughters-in-law; Grandsons and Granddaughters; God, Christ and Church. Doris writes, "I am now 80! That means many things... My health is amazingly good – I only have two problems – getting down and getting up – I guess the answer to that is simple – either sit or stand – then there’s no problem."< Less
Regression Least Square Line By Homework Help Classof1
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"Thirty seniors at Council High School were randomly selected and are asked to report age (in years) and mileage of their primary vehicles. Here are the data that were collected: R denotes an... More > observation with a large standardized residual X denotes an observation whose X value gives it large influence. (a) Describe the relationship between vehicle age and mileage. Include a comment on the strength of association. (b) Determine the slope of the least-square line. Interpret the slope in the context of this problem. (c) Determine the intercept of the least-square line. Interpret the intercept in the context of this problem. (d) Minitab reports that R-sq = 77.0% for these data. Write a sentence that explains the significance of this number "< Less
Last Day Confessions of the Ordinary By JOHN RAY
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It is the last month of senior year. The main character has put off the constant reminders of his councilor to turn in his \221Future Plan\222, an assignment required by all seniors in the high... More > school that outlines their goals and career choices for the future. When the constant neglect and loneliness of his home life begin to wear him down, the young man decides to write the report, but not the outline for his future the councilor is looking for. The plan lays out in detail a series of assignments that play out one a day for the next week. The goal is to show the failed observations of parents in society to notice the poor choices of their children, until it is too late. The story that unfolds with each day will lead to a culmination of hard lessons learned, unfortunate deaths, and one boys change into a man on the brink of psychosis.< Less
Last Day Confessions of the Ordinary By JOHN RAY
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It is the last month of senior year. The main character has put off the constant reminders of his councilor to turn in his \221Future Plan\222, an assignment required by all seniors in the high... More > school that outlines their goals and career choices for the future. When the constant neglect and loneliness of his home life begin to wear him down, the young man decides to write the report, but not the outline for his future the councilor is looking for. The plan lays out in detail a series of assignments that play out one a day for the next week. The goal is to show the failed observations of parents in society to notice the poor choices of their children, until it is too late. The story that unfolds with each day will lead to a culmination of hard lessons learned, unfortunate deaths, and one boys change into a man on the brink of psychosis.< Less