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    By Kat Martin

    Krista Hart, writer of the weekly London girls' gazette middle to center, isn't afraid to talk her brain. Even on such unpopular matters as social reform--risking her recognition and her very safety--Krista usually are not intimidated, even though she is familiar with complete good she is the objective of offended competition for her outspoken perspectives. while she encounters a strong Viking descendant imprisoned as a neighborhood sideshow appeal, Krista angrily calls for his unlock. even if she tells herself that liberating Leif Draugr is just the fitting factor to do, she cannot deny being drawn to the fierce Nordic chieftain, specially after her father transforms him right into a "proper" English gentleman. yet as nameless threats opposed to Krista turn into a growing number of competitive, it's Leif who needs to face the unseen enemies wanting to silence her, whilst they push her nearer into the include of a warrior ready to do no matter what it takes to make her his.

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  • Download Chladni und die Entwicklung der Akustik von 1750–1860 by Dieter Ullmann PDF

    By Dieter Ullmann

    Um 1750 warfare die mathematische Behandlung von Schwingungsproblemen, die für die Lehre vom Schall wichtig waren, bereits weit fortgeschritten. Newtons Principia aus dem Jahre 1687 leitete auf dem Gebiet der Akustik eine Periode ausgesprochen theoretischer Forschung ein. Es fehlten jedoch systematische experimentelle Untersuchungen für dieses Gebiet. Chladnis Erstlingswerk Entdeckungen über die Theorie des Klanges (1787) brachte die Wende und seine bahnbrechende Monographie Die Akustik aus dem Jahre 1802 beeinflusste diese Wissenschaft bis in die Mitte des 19. Jahrhunderts. Beginnend mit einem Überblick über den Stand der akustischen Forschungen um 1750, bespricht das Buch neben der Biographie Chladnis vor allem seine wissenschaftliche Arbeiten und ihre epochale Wirkung, die bis zum Auftreten von Helmholtz dauerte. Dieses Buch ist die erste Beschreibung der Akustikgeschichte für den entscheidenden Zeitraum zwischen 1750 und 1860 und schliesst damit eine Lücke. Es dokumentiert in überzeugender Weise, used to be aus der Zusammenarbeit von Physikern, Mathematikern, Musikern, Musikinstrumentenbauern und auch Architekten im betrachteten Zeitraum entstanden ist.

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  • Download Thomas Jefferson: The Revolution of Ideas (Oxford Portraits) by R. B. Bernstein PDF

    By R. B. Bernstein

    During this new concise biography Thomas Jefferson historian R.B. Bernstein reveals the foremost to this enigmatic Founder now not as a very good political determine, yet as chief of a "revolution of principles that will make internationally again".Bernstein examines Jefferson's strengths and weaknesses, his achievements and screw ups, his triumphs, contradictions, and failings. Thomas Jefferson info his sumptuous (and debt-burdened) existence as a Virginia gentleman to his passionate trust in democracy, from his tortured security of slavery to his courting with Sally Hemings. An architect, inventor, author, diplomat, propagandist, planter, get together chief Jefferson was once multifaceted, and Bernstein explores those roles whilst he illuminates Jefferson's principal position in American enlightenment the "revolution of rules" that did loads to create the state we're this present day. Bernstein additionally examines the less-remembered issues in Jefferson's pondering the character of the Union, his imaginative and prescient of who used to be entitled to citizenship, his dread of debt (both own and national). Thomas Jefferson is the most recent identify within the Oxford photos sequence, which deals informative and insightful biographies of individuals whose lives formed their instances and proceed to persuade ours. each one quantity within the sequence is seriously in line with basic files, together with writings by way of and approximately each one topic. each Oxford Portrait is illustrated with a wealth of photos, unique letters, manuscripts, and memorabilia that body the character and achievements of its topic opposed to the backdrop of heritage. each quantity within the sequence may be integrated into the yankee heritage curriculum on the center and highschool degrees.

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  • Download Historical Atlas of Texas by A. Ray Stephens, William M. Holmes PDF

    By A. Ray Stephens, William M. Holmes

    Texas, a land with a special picture, has remained for the main half in the American mainstream. during this ancient atlas sixty-four maps, observed via short interpretive essays, illustrate the main major occasions and topic components in Texas heritage and geography.Since the coming of the 1st Europeans in 1528, six varied international locations have claimed sovereignty over the Lone celebrity state’s various areas. Readers and students in any respect degrees will take pleasure in studying from this atlas how Texas’s local population and later arrivals answered to one another and to the state’s assorted terrain.

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  • Download John Owen and English Puritanism : experiences of defeat by Gribben, Crawford PDF

    By Gribben, Crawford

    John Owen (1616-83) was once the main major theologian in seventeenth century England, and a key participant within the revolution that created the English republic (1649-60). emerging from humble origins, he grew to become preacher on the regicide of Charles I, chaplain to Oliver Cromwell within the invasions of eire and Scotland, vice chancellor of the college of Oxford, and the optimal spiritual statesman of the Interregnum. The Read more...


    John Owen used to be a number one theologian in 17th-century England. via his organization with Oliver Cromwell particularly, he exercised significant impact on primary executive, and have become the Read more...

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  • Download Wicked Loving Lies by Rosemary Rogers PDF

    By Rosemary Rogers

    Within the sweeping culture of candy Savage Love, big apple occasions bestselling writer Rosemary Rogers takes readers on an epic trip that spans continents and explores the depths of human passions. Born of scandal and denied his birthright, Dominic Challenger took to the ocean, charting his personal destiny. a real rogue, Dominic solutions to not anyone, trusting basically himself. till Marisa. Born of wealth and privilege, Marisa is a prisoner to her father's expectancies. while the sanctuary she has discovered in the back of the partitions of a convent is threatened through the scoop that her father has prepared for her to marry, Marisa flees . . . correct into the palms of a pirate. From the security of a sheltered convent to a sultan's harem, from the opulence of Napoleon's court docket to the wilds of the hot frontier, Marisa and Dominic courageous all that they come across during this exciting age: intrigue, captivity and threat. And specially, a permanent ardour that ignites into an unlimited love.

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  • Download Gliogenesis: Historical Perspectives, 1839–1985 by Henry deF. Webster, Karl E. Åström (auth.) PDF

    By Henry deF. Webster, Karl E. Åström (auth.)

    This historic evaluate of gliogenesis starts with the creation of the telephone doctrine by way of Theodor Schwann in 1839. a couple of investigators then confirmed that tissues and organs have been made from cells. despite the fact that, while Virchow tested the CNS, what separated nerve cells from one another and from blood vessels looked to be an unstructured floor substance. He known as this binding fabric "glia" (for glue) and concept it used to be relating to connective tissue. Deiters, a scholar of Virchow, chanced on that this flooring substance used to be composed of cells, which he defined and illustrated. next advancements in microscope lenses and the creation of metal impregnation equipment eventually authorized the visualization of glial cells and their procedures in toto. mild microscopic experiences resulted in the invention of other sorts of glial cellsastroglia, oligodendroglia, microglia, ependymal cells within the CNS, and Schwann cells within the PNS. next observations characterised the foundation and improvement of every form of glial phone. within the Fifties a brand new period all started with the advent of electron microscopy, tissue tradition, and immunocytochemistry. different strategies and versions have been built and exploited so that it will larger comprehend the origins of glia and the way they multiply, migrate, and differentiate. during this evaluation, morphology is emphasised. Findings on the topic of cytodifferentiation and the mobile interactions, capabilities, and legislation of constructing glia have additionally been included.

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