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Raising the Bar By OluBunmi Olarinde
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The best thing a man can do for himself is to know God. God has made His word available to us as a channel of revealing Himself to us; therefore, you know God through His Words. When you know God's... More > word and declare His Word, this Word will become flesh and make His dwelling among you. Another tool is prayer. Prayer is the master key into His presence that is driven by the Holy Spirit to bring all our kingdom agenda to practical proofs that become undeniable to the world.< Less
Raising the Bar By Kevin Hightower
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This 203-page book with over 100 never-before seen photographs and every Banner-Press article by Kevin Hightower from the hiring of Clinton Smith to the Panthers historic playoff run, chronicles the... More > most successful football season in Burton history. This keepsake is a must-have for players, coaches, teachers family and friends.< Less
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Raising the Bar (with Bar Refaeli) By T.E. Priemon
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This is a rare over the shoulder view of the artist working in a rare 2000 year old portrait painting medium. The subject is the beautiful international super model Bar Refaeli.
AP Stats and Business Stats: Raising the Bar By Kairat Mynbaev
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The theory underlying AP Statistics and Business Statistics courses is given with most formula derivations and proofs. The difficulty level gradually increases from graphical and numerical examples... More > to full proofs supporting the one-way and two-way ANOVA. The material is carefully selected to provide statistical prerequisites to Econometrics taught at the University of London. The exposition is illustrated with more than 40 tables and more than 30 figures. The book has several innovative features: a) methodical recommendations to students, b) Monte Carlo simulations in Excel, c) the Markovitz portfolio theory, d) a separate chapter on links to Econometrics, and e) usage of statistical functions in Excel and Mathematica instead of statistical tables.< Less
AP Stats and Business Stats: Raising the bar By Kairat Mynbaev
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The theory underlying AP Statistics and Business Statistics courses is given with most formula derivations and proofs. The difficulty level gradually increases from graphical and numerical examples... More > to full proofs supporting the one-way and two-way ANOVA. The material is carefully selected to provide statistical prerequisites to Econometrics taught at the University of London. The exposition is illustrated with more than 40 tables and more than 30 figures. The book has several innovative features: a) methodical recommendations to students, b) Monte Carlo simulations in Excel, c) the Markovitz portfolio theory, d) a separate chapter on links to Econometrics, and e) usage of statistical functions in Excel and Mathematica instead of statistical tables.< Less
Recoding Scientific Publishing: Raising the Bar In an Era of Transformation By Bhakti Kshatriya, PharmD
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Scientific publishing has undergone major cultural and positive transformations over the last decade, particularly in the areas of transparency and access to scientific information. In essence,... More > through incremental changes in our thinking and approach, we are recoding the process and culture of scientific publishing and information exchange. In this book, we will take a look at the current landscape of publishing life sciences research—who is involved, the process of publication planning, and how publications are developed and eventually published—along with presenting helpful tips and suggestions to optimize the publication process within the current infrastructure and landscape. The book also gives a vision for a path forward for further transformation and recoding the publishing culture based on four critical elements: scientific integrity, transparency, access, and speed.< Less
Recoding Scientific Publishing: Raising the Bar In an Era of Transformation By Bhakti Kshatriya, PharmD
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Scientific publishing has undergone major cultural and positive transformations over the last decade, particularly in the areas of transparency and access to scientific information. In essence,... More > through incremental changes in our thinking and approach, we are recoding the process and culture of scientific publishing and information exchange. In this book, we will take a look at the current landscape of publishing life sciences research—who is involved, the process of publication planning, and how publications are developed and eventually published—along with presenting helpful tips and suggestions to optimize the publication process within the current infrastructure and landscape. The book also gives a vision for a path forward for further transformation and recoding the publishing culture based on four critical elements: scientific integrity, transparency, access, and speed.< Less
Raising Missouri By Chuck Veit
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On a late summer’s night in 1843, U.S.S. Missouri lay anchored in Gibraltar Bay. She and her sister ship, Mississippi, were the most advanced steam frigates on the planet—and the first... More > two such warships in the U. S. Navy. Missouri’s mission was to show herself off to the European powers, and there was no better place to begin than the British bastion at the gateway to the Mediterranean. But a simple accident led to the destruction of the ship before the sun rose again. Burnt to the waterline, Missouri settled to the bottom. For eight and a half years, she defied all attempts to raise or remove her, and began to form a massive sand bar that threatened to ruin the most strategic harbor in the world. Professional divers pronounced the project impossible—until an unknown, self-taught Yankee from Massachusetts took up the contract to raise Missouri . . .< Less
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