This book is full of the information that manufacturers don't want you to know.
It's a beginners guide to reducing your grocery bill. Learn how the pros are able to go into a store and leave with a... More > cart full of groceries for pennies on the dollar.
Here is a step by step guide to getting started shopping sales and using coupons. Implementing a few new habits will result in the reduction of your grocery expense by 40% or more.
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A scientific astrology classic. How will astrology look like in the future? Future is now with the experimental planetocentric scans. Discover Sun in Cygnus or Aquila as our board computer takes us... More > around the solar system and through the local zodiacs. Eris and the X zodiac inside! Advanced inspiring material for the scientific astrologer.< Less
Just as important as the exams is the interview panel (BA expect over 85% overall passing grade), and this is the book for those who want to deal with both - its purpose is to help you become a... More > professional, for which the exams are but a step on the way - doing the bare minimum to pass them makes you ill-prepared to be a pilot, which is not fair to future passengers and painfully obvious to employers (and interviewers) who certainly expect you to have more than a basic knowledge.
Based on the author's approved JAA ATPL(A) course, it is a reference book that follows the ATPL syllabus, so you can use it before, during and after your exams, for the whole of your career!< Less
Following the success of the flagship “Patients Beyond Borders Singapore Edition,” published in July 2007, the Second Edition has now been released. The 250-page guidebook features a... More > fully updated and revised in-depth overview of Singapore's hospitals and clinics serving international patients. Considered one of the world’s top medical travel destinations, Singapore attracts more than 410,000 international patients to its hospitals and treatment centers and the country boasts 15 JCI-accredited hospitals. In 2000, Singapore’s healthcare system was ranked the best in Asia and sixth best in the world by the World Health Organization (the U.S. was ranked thirty-sixth).
"With its unparalleled medical and accreditation infrastructure, I couldn't think of a better venue than Singapore for the launch of the Patients Beyond Borders Special Editions," said author Josef Woodman.< Less