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Top Professors By Kevin Strongmind
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The world is changing rapidly, as well as the way we think and live. Meanwhile, while changes occur in the way we read, communicate and interact, absolutely nothing evolved regarding the educational... More > system. A Teacher is a leader of future leaders, so he must give the example through a performance that we see as ideal to a new world, not the world we want or believe, but the world that should exist, a world reigned by mutual-respect, human rights and peace; a world where humanity is the basic and ultimate law and no single government can be above individual rights. That world desperately needs people that think efficiently, know how to analyze information they receive and are creative, with a positive and humanitarian approach that recognizes the whole human race as one interdependent synergy above borders and nationalities, or even cultures.< Less
Professor of Power By Ben Herring
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'In quiet corners, mice began to talk of the old times, when there was disease, starvation, sword-fights, dying in battle, fleas, martyrdom and a general sense of chivalry and pride about everything... More > – a time when the name of Du-Paucy meant something.' The House of Commons is where Britain's elected politicians go to make laws for us. All of those politicians, at least the good ones, are allowed a room of their own in the Palace of Westminster, which is where the House of Commons is. Not many people know that one of those rooms isn't run by a politician anymore... It's run by MICE! And the big, honcho mouse is Gladstone McWhiskers, known as the 'Mouse of Commons'. But there are people who want to seize power away from him. Our Professor is caught up in the middle of all of this, trying to work out the meaning of life, right and wrong, the best thing to do… How will it all end? Things are happening fast. READ this story to find out!< Less
Professor of Power By Ben Herring
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'In quiet corners, mice began to talk of the old times, when there was disease, starvation, sword-fights, dying in battle, fleas, martyrdom and a general sense of chivalry and pride about everything... More > – a time when the name of Du-Paucy meant something.' The House of Commons is where Britain's elected politicians go to make laws for us. All of those politicians, at least the good ones, are allowed a room of their own in the Palace of Westminster, which is where the House of Commons is. Not many people know that one of those rooms isn't run by a politician anymore... It's run by MICE! And the big, honcho mouse is Gladstone McWhiskers, known as the 'Mouse of Commons'. But there are people who want to seize power away from him. Our Professor is caught up in the middle of all of this, trying to work out the meaning of life, right and wrong, the best thing to do… How will it all end? Things are happening fast. READ this story to find out!< Less
Quick Guide: The Professor's House By College Guide World
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The novel initially addresses the Professor's interactions with his new sons-in-law and his family, while continually alluding to the pain they all feel over the death of Tom Outland in the Great... More > War. Outland was not only the Professor's student and friend, but the fiancé of his elder daughter, who is now living off the wealth created by the "Outland vacuum." The novel's central section turns to Outland, and recounts in first-person the story of his exploration of an ancient cliff city in New Mexico. The section is a retrospective narrative remembered by the professor.< Less
The Professor at the Breakfast-Table By Charles W. (Charles William) Colby
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr. (August 29, 1809 – October 7,... More > 1894) was an American physician, poet, professor, lecturer, and author based in Boston. A member of the Fireside Poets, his peers acclaimed him as one of the best writers of the day. His most famous prose works are the "Breakfast-Table" series, which began with The Autocrat of the Breakfast-Table (1858). He was also an important medical reformer.Born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Holmes was educated at Phillips Academy and Harvard College. After graduating from Harvard in 1829, he briefly studied law before turning to the medical profession. He began writing poetry at an early age; one of his most famous works, "Old Ironsides", was published in 1830 and was influential in the eventual preservation of the USS Constitution. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oliver_Wendell_Holmes_Sr.< Less
Law of Contract:Power Point Prsentations By Professor Amar Singh
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Structural exposition of general principles of Law of Contract in the form of powerpoint presentations.
Law of Contract:Power Point Presentations. By Professor Amar Singh
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This book is useful to the teachers of buisness laws and students of LL.B,LL.M,and MBA and Company Secretary.
Law of Contract:Power Point Presentations. By Professor Amar Singh
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Ready Reference Treatise: The Professor's House By Raja Sharma
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Professor Godfrey St. Peter and his wife leave their old house and move to a new house. After this shift to the new house, the professor begins to feel quite uncomfortable owing to the route his life... More > is following. It is revealed that he has kept his dusty study in the old house because it is his attempt to keep on trying to hang on to his old life. It transpires that they have been removed from their home because of the marriages of their two daughters. Now two new sons-in-law have been added to the family. After their marriages, the professor begins to feel a mid-life crisis. He feels as if he has lost the will to live because there is nothing he can look forward to. Ready Reference Treatise: The Professor's House Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Major Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Section One Section Two Section Three Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
Adoption, Enactment And Enforcement Of 21st Century Law Reforms By Her Knowledgeable Professor Alexia Thomas
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Manifesto Mandate of the 21st Century is a Governing Policies of the Reforms on Politics and Governance for all Countries of the Commonwealth and Non-Commonwealth and the World at large to adopt as... More > governing principles of Law Antecedents.< Less