Modern Graphics Communication (5th Edition)

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Beginning Programming with Java, 5th Edition by Barry Burd

Beginning Programming with Java For Dummies, 5th Edition by Barry Burd
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 9 MB
Overview: Learn to speak the Java language like the pros
Are you new to programming and have decided that Java is your language of choice? Are you a wanna-be programmer looking to learn the hottest lingo around? Look no further! Beginning Programming with Java For Dummies, 5th Edition is the easy-to-follow guide you’ll want to keep in your back pocket as you work your way toward Java mastery! In plain English, it quickly and easily shows you what goes into creating a program, how to put the pieces together, ways to deal with standard programming challenges, and so much more.

Whether you’re just tooling around or embarking on a career, this is the ideal resource you’ll turn to again and again as you perfect your understanding of the nuances of this popular programming language. Packed with tons of step-by-step instruction, this is the only guide you need to start programming with Java like a pro.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Tech & Devices

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Anthropology , Books A La Carte Edition

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The Economist – Audio Edition, June 15 2019

The Economist – Audio Edition, June 15 2019
Requirements: .MP3 Reader, 173 MB
Overview: About The Economist
"It is not only The Economist’s name that people find baffling. Here are some other common questions.
First, why does it call itself a newspaper? Even when The Economist incorporated the Bankers’ Gazette and Railway Monitor from 1845 to 1932, it also described itself as "a political, literary and general newspaper".
It still does so because, in addition to offering analysis and opinion, it tries in each issue to cover the main events-business and political-of the week. It goes to press on Thursdays and, printed simultaneously in six countries, is available in most of the world’s main cities the following day or soon after. Readers everywhere get the same editorial matter. The advertisements differ. The running order of the sections, and sometimes the cover, also differ. But the words are the same, except that each week readers in Britain get a few extra pages devoted to British news.
Why is it anonymous? Many hands write The Economist, but it speaks with a collective voice. Leaders are discussed, often disputed, each week in meetings that are open to all members of the editorial staff. Journalists often co-operate on articles. And some articles are heavily edited. The main reason for anonymity, however, is a belief that what is written is more important than who writes it. As Geoffrey Crowther, editor from 1938 to 1956, put it, anonymity keeps the editor "not the master but the servant of something far greater than himself. You can call that ancestor-worship if you wish, but it gives to the paper an astonishing momentum of thought and principle."
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction

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The Economist – Audio Edition, June 15 2019

The Economist – Audio Edition, June 15 2019
Requirements: .MP3 Reader, 173 MB
Overview: About The Economist
"It is not only The Economist’s name that people find baffling. Here are some other common questions.
First, why does it call itself a newspaper? Even when The Economist incorporated the Bankers’ Gazette and Railway Monitor from 1845 to 1932, it also described itself as "a political, literary and general newspaper".
It still does so because, in addition to offering analysis and opinion, it tries in each issue to cover the main events-business and political-of the week. It goes to press on Thursdays and, printed simultaneously in six countries, is available in most of the world’s main cities the following day or soon after. Readers everywhere get the same editorial matter. The advertisements differ. The running order of the sections, and sometimes the cover, also differ. But the words are the same, except that each week readers in Britain get a few extra pages devoted to British news.
Why is it anonymous? Many hands write The Economist, but it speaks with a collective voice. Leaders are discussed, often disputed, each week in meetings that are open to all members of the editorial staff. Journalists often co-operate on articles. And some articles are heavily edited. The main reason for anonymity, however, is a belief that what is written is more important than who writes it. As Geoffrey Crowther, editor from 1938 to 1956, put it, anonymity keeps the editor "not the master but the servant of something far greater than himself. You can call that ancestor-worship if you wish, but it gives to the paper an astonishing momentum of thought and principle."
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction

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Optimization Modeling With Spreadsheets 3rd Edition

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Essentials Of Human Communication (9th Edition)

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Crisis Intervention Strategies 8th Edition

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On Cooking Update (5th Edition)


On Cooking Update (5th Edition)
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The Black Pathway – Special Edition

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Catch-22: 50th Anniversary Edition


Catch-22: 50th Anniversary Edition
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Time International Edition – June 24, 2019

Time International Edition – June 24, 2019
Requirements: .PDF Reader, 45.1 MB
Overview: TIME’s signature voice and trusted content make it one of the most recognized news brands in the world. Offering incisive reporting, lively writing and world-renowned photography, TIME has been credited with bringing journalism at its best into the fabric of American life. Every issue delivers a deeper understanding of the world we live in.
Genre: Magazines & Newspapers

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The Economist UK Edition – June 15, 2019

The Economist UK Edition – June 15, 2019
Requirements: .PDF reader, 21 MB
Overview: The Economist is a global weekly magazine written for those who share an uncommon interest in being well and broadly informed. Each issue explores the close links between domestic and international issues, business, politics, finance, current affairs, science, technology and the arts.
Genre: Magazines & Newspapers

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Mortgages For Dummies, 3rd Edition by Eric Tyson, Ray Brown

Mortgages For Dummies, 3rd Edition by Eric Tyson, Ray Brown
Requirements: .PDF reader, 3.5 Mb
Overview: Need a mortgage but worried about the market? In Mortgages For Dummies, 3rd Edition, bestselling authors Eric Tyson and Ray Brown give you proven solutions for obtaining a mortgage, whether you want to buy your first home, refinance, or tap into your equity. You get the latest on sub-prime and adjustable-rate mortgages, finding the best lender, avoiding fiscal pitfalls and foreclosure, and much, much, more!
This easy-to-understand, objective, and jargon-free guide helps you fine-tune your finances, figure out what you can afford, and improve your credit score before you go mortgage shopping. You’ll get familiar with the advantages and disadvantages of fixed- and adjustable-rate mortgages, 15- and 30-year loans, and conforming and jumbo packages. You also get help finding and working with reputable professionals, comparing programs, and securing terms you can live with.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational

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