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The Secrets of Mentalism
Author: Pascal Imbert
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 1503197379
Pages: 72
Year: 2014-11-11
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Reading minds, making calculations faster than a computer, and predicting the future are skills that will blow more than a few people's minds. Such skills are those of mentalists, those individuals that are in vogue in stage shows and TV series. Do those modern illusionists blow your mind? Would you like to impress the people around you and even some perfect strangers with your own tricks? Would you like to be looked upon with admiration and be the focus of attention? All of that is possible thanks to the performances of the mentalists who are presented in this work. No matter your age, your knowledge, or your level of study, you will be able to quickly captivate and stir up the admiration of an audience, thanks to the collection of secrets, each one more stunning than the last, contained in this book.
The Secrets of Mental Math
Author: Pascal Imbert
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 1500662437
Pages: 122
Year: 2014-07-27
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Prepare yourself to change the way you look at numbers. Tricks in this book will teach you to think like a math genius in a short time. Prepare yourself to be surprised and surprise your friends with incredible calculations that you never thought you could master. This book will teach you how to mentally solve operations faster than you ever imagined. It will teach you to considerably improve your numerical memory and to make mathematics fun. You will learn to mentally solve complex, by all appearances, operations; all you need is in this book, focused on some very simple techniques to master them. You will be able to solve diverse additions and subtractions, to multiply and divide three digit numbers quickly, and to determine squares - all of that in the twinkling of an eye. No matter your age or your current capacity of calculating, this book, written in a simple and accessible language, will allow you to do mental feats effortlessly. Get ready to discover mathematics and to become a human calculator.
The Skull of the World
Author: Kate Forsyth
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101659947
Pages: 400
Year: 2002-02-01
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In the land of Eileanan, the Pact of Peace has not meant the end of unrest. Isault and Lachlan must continue to deal with their military position in Tirsoilleir—where a spy has compromised their tactical secrets, leaving them at a tremendous loss. Isabeau the witch longs to rejoin her sister and her home in these uncertain times, but she must first complete one last task for her teachers. To find her true purpose in life, she must reach the Skull of the World and listen to the silent words of the White Gods. Few survive. But those who do are changed forever. Now, when she does return home, she does so with an extraordinary gift. But when Margrit of Arran decides to take advantage of Lachlan’s absence by kidnapping his son and heir to the throne, Isabeau must learn to use her gifts in the face of evil—and overcome her enemy once and for all.
What Chinese Want
Author: Tom Doctoroff
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 023034030X
Pages: 258
Year: 2012-05-22
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A sweeping examination of contemporary Chinese consumer behavior explains the complex differences between Chinese and Western culture while revealing how marketers and businesses can take advantage of current opportunities.
Distance Psychoanalysis
Author: Ricardo Carlino
Publisher: Karnac Books
ISBN: 1780498594
Pages: 240
Year: 2011-07-12
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'Many analysts around the world have found themselves in a situation of continuing (or even beginning) psychoanalytic treatment from a distance - either by telephone or other means of communication. No one has found the courage, however, to recognize this as a formal method, as Ricardo Carlino does in this brave, honest, and rigorous book.'Freud's ingenious structure of the couch and chair was considered to be the only suitable format for more than one hundred years. Carlino's lucid book takes into account the changes that have taken place in our daily lives, as the result of the resounding technological changes that have influenced our means of communication.'Carlino has had the courage to assimilate the changes that have come about in the modern world and argues that Freud's psychoanalytic method can continue to be applied in this new setting. The analytic system, with a patient freely associating his/her occurrences, together with an analyst who listens in silence and communicates his/her interpretation, has remained unaltered. This is precisely what Carlino develops so thoroughly in this book. Although the modus operandi has changed, the spirit of the analysis remains the same as always.'This is an interesting and thoughtful text that will allow for the spread of analysis to other areas, whenever circumstances force us to reformulate our task. It is a book worth reading and will, no doubt, bring about reflection, debate, and a fruitful exchange of ideas.'- R. Horacio Etchegoyen
Donald Davidson
Author: Urszula M. Zeglen
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134658877
Pages: 208
Year: 1999-02-25
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Donald Davidson has made enormous contributions to the philosophy of action, epistemology, semantics and philosophy of mind and today is recognized as one of the most important analytical philosophers of the late twentieth century. Donald Davidson: Truth, Meaning and Knowledge addresses * Davidson's writings on epistemology and theory of language with their implications of ontology and philosophy of mind * the central issue of whether truth is the ultimate goal of enquiry, challenged by contributions from Richard Rorty and Paul Horwich * Davidson's approach to semantics and applied linguistics as addressed by Kirk Ludwig, Gabriel Segal, Peter Pagin, Stephen Neale, Herman Cappelen and Ernie Lepore and Reinaldo Elugardo * Davidson's advances in the philosophy of mind in relation to the views of Williard V. Quine, John McDowell and Peter F. Strawson, in essays by Roger Gibson and Anita Avramides
Making in America
Author: Suzanne Berger, MIT Task Force on Production in the Innovation Economy
Publisher: MIT Press
ISBN: 0262316846
Pages: 264
Year: 2013-08-23
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America is the world leader in innovation, but many of the innovative ideas that are hatched in American start-ups, labs, and companies end up going abroad to reach commercial scale. Apple, the superstar of innovation, locates its production in China (yet still reaps most of its profits in the United States). When innovation does not find the capital, skills, and expertise it needs to come to market in the United States, what does it mean for economic growth and job creation? Inspired by the MIT Made in America project of the 1980s, Making in America brings experts from across MIT to focus on a critical problem for the country.MIT scientists, engineers, social scientists, and management experts visited more than 250 firms in the United States, Germany, and China. In companies across America -- from big defense contractors to small machine shops and new technology start-ups -- these experts tried to learn how we can rebuild the industrial landscape to sustain an innovative economy. At each stop, they asked this basic question: "When you have a new idea, how do you get it into the market?" They found gaping holes and missing pieces in the industrial ecosystem. Even in an Internet-connected world, proximity to innovation and users matters for industry. Making in America describes ways to strengthen this connection, including public-private collaborations, new government-initiated manufacturing innovation institutes, and industry/community college projects. If we can learn from these ongoing experiments in linking innovation to production, American manufacturing could have a renaissance.
Sarah Waters
Author: Kaye Mitchell
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1441199411
Pages: 162
Year: 2013-09-12
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Leading scholars explore the work of Sarah Waters from a full range of critical perspectives. Includes a new interview with the author.
Modern Poetry After Modernism
Author: James Longenbach
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
ISBN: 0195101782
Pages: 209
Year: 1997
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In this book, James Longenbach develops a fresh approach to major American poetry after modernism. Rethinking the influential "breakthrough" narrative, the oft-told story of post-modern poets throwing off their modernist shackles in the 1950s, Longenbach offers a more nuanced perspective. Reading a diverse range of poets - John Ashbery, Elizabeth Bishop, Amy Clampitt, Jorie Graham, Richard Howard, Randall Jarrell, Robert Lowell, Robert Pinsky, and Richard Wilbur - Longenbach reveals that American poets since mid-century have not so much disowned their modernist past as extended elements of modernism that other readers have suppressed or neglected to see. In the process, Longenbach allows readers to experience the wide variety of poetries written in our time - without asking us to choose between them.
All the Colours of the Town
Author: Liam McIlvanney
Publisher: Faber & Faber
ISBN: 0571278515
Pages: 336
Year: 2011-03-17
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When Glasgow journalist Gerry Conway receives a phone call promising unsavoury information about Scottish Justice Minister Peter Lyons, his instinct is that this apparent scoop won't warrant space in The Tribune. But as Conway's curiosity grows and his leads proliferate, his investigation takes him from Scotland to Belfast. Shocked by the sectarian violence of the past, and by the prejudice and hatred he encounters even now, Conway soon grows obsessed with the story of Lyons and all he represents. And as he digs deeper, he comes to understand that there is indeed a story to be uncovered; and that there are people who will go to great lengths to ensure that it remains hidden. Compelling, vividly written and shocking, ALL THE COLOURS OF THE TOWN is not only the story of an individual and his community - it is also a complex and thrilling inquiry into loyalty, betrayal and duty.
Ethiopia
Author: Yohanis Gebreyesus
Publisher: Kyle Books
ISBN: 0857835629
Pages: 224
Year: 2018-10-25
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The national borders contain one of the most fertile swathes of land on the continent. All this makes for a food culture as fascinatingly distinct as it is startlingly delicious. Chef Yohanis takes the reader on a journey through all the essential dishes of his native country, along the way telling wondrous stories. There are recipes for Doro Wat, chicken slowly stewed with berbere spice; Yeassa Alichia, curried fish stew; and Siga Tibs, flashfried beef cubes. The cuisine also boasts a wealth of vegetarian dishes. Among these are Gomen, minced collard greens with ginger and garlic; Azifa, green lentil salad; and Key Shir, marinated beet and potato salad. Then the book explains the intricacies and variations of Injera, the foundational sourdough flatbread made from the teff grain (which is gluten free and more nutritious than wheat). Complete with photography of the country's stunning landscapes and vibrant artisans, this volume demonstrates why Ethiopian food should be considered as one of the world's greatest, most singular and most enchanting cuisines.
Sail and Rig Tuning
Author: Ivar Dedekam
Publisher: *Wiley Nautical
ISBN: 1898660670
Pages: 80
Year: 2000-04-07
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A guide to tuning the sails and rigs of yachts and small keelboats, featuring step-by-step instructions and more than 150 illustrations.
The Writings of Salvian, the Presbyter
Author: The Presbyter Salvian, The Presbyter
Publisher: CUA Press
ISBN: 0813211034
Pages: 398
Year: 2010-04-01
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The Surrealists
Author: Jemima Montagu
Publisher: Tate
ISBN: 0810962667
Pages: 120
Year: 2002-10-01
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This new volume investigates how Surrealism developed from a primarily literary movement to one that fused painting, collage, photography, film, and poetry. Beautifully illustrated, the book depicts the work of the artists and writers at the heart of the Surrealist movement in an accessible manner, providing all fans of Surrealism a fresh and intriguing angle.
Thunderbird Falls
Author: C.E. Murphy
Publisher: LUNA
ISBN: 1426834012
Pages: 416
Year: 2009-06-01
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It's the end of the world… Again. For all the bodies she's encountering, you'd think beat cop Joanne Walker works in Homicide. But no, Joanne's a reluctant shaman who last saved mankind three months ago—surely she deserves more of a break! Yet, incredibly, "Armageddon, Take Two" is mere days away. There's not a minute to waste. Yet when her spirit guide inexplicably disappears, Joanne needs help from other sources. Especially after she accidentally unleashes Lower World demons on Seattle. Damn. With the mother of all showdowns gathering force, it's the worst possible moment for Joanne to realize she should have learned more about controlling her powers. Or to discover she's being lied to…

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