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The Medieval and Early Modern World: Primary Sources and Reference Volume

by Bonnie G. Smith

Following in the footsteps of The World in Ancient Time, The Medieval & Early Modern World is a compelling series that links the ancient world with the more recent history of our own times. Accessible and enjoyable in its coverage of basic world events, each volume is authored by senior scholars and includes cutting-edge and reliable scholarship about each subject. This seven-volume set includes three volumes covering the major cultures -- the Middle East, Mali and Ghana; the Asian Steppes, China, Japan, India; Europe and Meso-America -- in medieval times. The fourth volume discusses the world renaissance in learning and religious belief and the fifth volume covers the world of science and revolutions. The six volume addresses the early modern empires of the Mughals, Spanish and Portuguese, Poles, Lithuanians, Russians, Habsburgs, Ottomans, and Manchus. A primary sources and reference volume is the perfect compliment to the series including a master series index and approximately 80 additional primary source documents. The Medieval and Early Modern World is a unique and engaging series and an essential for the classroom, library, and personal library.

Medieval Political Theory: A Reader: The Quest for the Body Politic, 1100-1400

by Cary J. Nederman Kate L. Forhan

A textbook anthology of important works of political thought revealing the development of ideas from the 12th to the 15th centuries. Includes new translations of both well-known and ignored writers, and an introductory overview.

The Medieval World and Beyond (History Alive!)

by Teachers' Curriculum Institute

History Alive The Medieval World and Beyond , students edition introducing and expounding Europe During Medieval Times, Islam in Medieval Times, The Culture and Kingdoms of West Africa, Imperial China, Japan During Medieval Times, Civilizations of the Americas, Europe's Renaissance and Reformation, and Europe Enters the Modern Age

Medium/Heavy Duty Truck Engines, Fuel And Computerized Management Systems

by Sean Bennett

The most comprehensive guide to highway diesel engines and their management systems available today, Medium/Heavy Duty Truck Engines, Fuel & Computerized Management Systems, 3E is a user-friendly resource for both entry-level and experienced technicians alike. Coverage includes the full range of truck diesels, from light duty to heavy duty, as well as the most current diesel engine management electronics used in the industry. The updated third edition features all-new discussions of series and parallel hybrid drive trains that use both electric and hydraulic hybrid technology, emerging battery and ultra capacitor technology popular in hybrid electric vehicles, expanded coverage of the new Delphi E3 injectors used in post-2007 Caterpillar, Detroit Diesel, Volvo and Mack engines, and more. With an emphasis on today's computer technology that sets it apart from any other book on the market, this is an ideal guide to working effectively in modern truck service facilities.

Meet Yo-Yo Ma [Grade 5]

by Meish Goldish

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Meeting a Challenge, Unit 8: Physical Feats

by Wright Group/McGraw-Hill

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Meeting Children's Psychosocial Needs Across the Healthcare Continuum

by Judy Rollins Rosemary Bolig Carmel Mahan

Meeting Children's Psychosocial Needs Across the Health-Care Continuum integrates current research and theory within the framework of the new and transitioning health-care environment. Despite the changes we experience now and in the future, children in health-care settings--in the home, child care center, school, community agency, ambulatory setting, or hospital--continue to need what they have always needed: the basics, such as nurturing, predictability, adequate stimulation, interaction, a sense of control, and mastery of their environments.

Meeting Jesus in the Sacraments

by Michael Amodei

"Meeting Jesus in the Sacraments" roots the sacraments as the definitive way Jesus remains present to the Church and the world today. It expresses concrete ways for understanding the sacraments, participating in their rites, and benefiting from their graces. The text is organized around the traditional definition of sacrament from the "Catechism of the Catholic Church". This definition is clarified by arranging the chapters around four dimensions of the sacrament: memorial, celebration, communion, and transformation. Through regular placement of "For Reflection" panels and assignments that focus on deeper research, developing a personal and communal prayer life, and active transformation of self and society, this text allows students to come to know Jesus through participation in the sacraments and the grace of their effects. Selections from Catholic blogs and profiles of saints offer a practical application of the sacrament to teenagers. (C. 2010) This text has been found in conformity with the "Catechism of the Catholic Church".

Meeting the Ethical Challenges of Leadership: Casting Light or Shadow

by Craig E. Johnson

Using the metaphor of light or shadow, Craig E. Johnson shows how leaders have the power to do significant good or harm. Taking an interdisciplinary approach to leadership ethics, and balancing theory and research with opportunities for application, the book provides self-assessments, cases and films to analyze, and exploration exercises.

Melvin and the Princess

by Sunita Apte Don Tate

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Memmler's The Human Body in Health and Disease (11th Edition)

by Barbara Janson Cohen Jason James Taylor

This widely read classic is an excellent primer on normal and abnormal anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology, basic microbiology, chemistry, and the human disease process. With a new design and a robust new multimedia electronic ancillary package, this Eleventh Edition will be even more engaging and understandable for students with diverse learning styles. This edition's new artwork includes real dissection photographs from Rohen's Color Atlas of Anatomy, Sixth Edition. New Disease in Context case scenarios integrated throughout each chapter show how content is applied to real-life situations. Icons direct students to relevant electronic materials.

Memmler's The Human Body in Health and Disease (12th Edition)

by Barbara Janson Cohen Kerry L. Hull Jason James Taylor

Memmler's The Human Body in Health and Disease is a textbook for introductory-level health professions and nursing students who need a basic understanding of anatomy and physiology, the interrelationships between structure and function, and the effects of disease on body systems.

Men in Arms: A History of Warfare and Its Interrelationships with Western Society

by Sydney F. Wise Richard A. Preston

Textbook in military history traces the development of warfare and relates it to the development of Western society. This edition (fourth, 1979) revises previous editions and updates the text to 1990.

Mentoring Matters: A Practical Guide to Learning-focused Relationships (2nd Edition)

by Carlette Humbard Bruce Wellman Laura Lipton

This guide is designed to support the initiation, development and maintenance of a fruitful, learning-focused experience for mentors and their proteges. It is filled with practical tips, specific strategies, and menus of ideas that correlate to the developing needs of the novice teacher.

Merrill Chemistry

by Jack Price Robert C. Smoot Richard G. Smith Tom Russo

Each chapter of Merrill CHEMISTRY is organized to keep you centered on the topic at hand. The next few pages describe the many features of this book that will help you understand the exciting world of chemistry.

Merrill Physical Science

by Marilyn Thompson Richard G. Smith Charles W. Mclaughlin

Merrill Physical Science will help you understand science principles and recognize their applications to everyday life.

Mesoamerican Voices: Native-Language Writings from Colonial Mexico, Oaxaca, Yucatan, and Guatemala

by Matthew Restall Lisa Sousa Kevin Terraciano

Translated into English, these texts were written from the sixteenth through the eighteenth centuries by Nahuas from central Mexico, Mixtecs from Oaxaca, Maya from Yucatan, and other groups from Mexico and Guatemala. This collection provides college teachers and students access to important new sources for the history of Latin America and Native Americans. It is the first to present the translated writings of so many native groups and to address such a variety of topics, including conquest, government, land, household, society, gender, religion, writing, law, crime, and morality.

A Message of Ancient Days

by Houghton Mifflin

This book covers many ancient civilizations and how they lived. It includes maps of what the cities might have looked like, and several geographical maps. It also has the wonders of the world in the back and what they might have looked like.

A Message of Ancient Days

by Christopher L. Salter Gary B. Nash J. Jorge Klor de Alva Beverly J. Armento

History textbook. The people of the past speak directly to you, through their actual words and the objects they used. You will walk inside their houses and look inside their cooking pots. You'll follow them as they go to school, build cities, fight wars, and work out settlements for peace.

Message of the Prophets: A Survey of the Prophetic and Apocalyptic Books of the Old Testament

by J. Daniel Hays Tremper Longman

Christians sometimes approach the Old Testament with a mixture of awe and bewilderment, knowing that it contains pearls of wisdom, but unsure how to dive for them . . . especially when it comes to the Prophets. In The Message of the Prophets, author J. Daniel Hays offers a scholarly, yet readable and student-friendly survey of the Old Testament prophetic literature that presents the message of each prophet in its historical and its biblical context and then tracks that message through the New Testament to challenge readers with what it means for them today. Hays focuses on synthesizing the message of the prophets, which enables students to grasp the major contours of the prophetic books clearly and concisely. Hundreds of colorful pictures help to illustrate the historical and cultural background of the prophets. After identifying what the message meant for ancient Israel, Hays helps the readers to move toward theological application today, helping readers to gain a better understanding of God and the relationship between God and his people. The Message of the Prophets is essential for professors, students, and others seeking to understand the role that the OT prophets play in the Christian faith.

Metal Fabrication Technology for Agriculture (1st Edition)

by Larry Jeffus

The book presents a fast-paced, easy-to-understand introduction to welding processes and techniques. Focusing on agricultural welding applications, each section begins by introducing readers to the equipment and materials to be used in the process. Complete instructions for setup in preparation for welding are also included. This how-to and reference manual is a key resource for today's farmers, ranchers, and students participating in agriculture education programs throughout the country.

Metalwork: Technology and Practice (8th edition)

by Victor E. Repp Willard J. Mccarthy

Metalwork Technology and Practice provides a comprehensive introduction to metal fabrication technology, It is intended as a textbook for entry level courses that provide laboratory experiences in metal fabrication. It also may be used as a reference book in metal product manufacturing courses or exercises. For the Eighth Edition, each unit has been revised as needed to reflect current practice, The application of mathematics and science to metal processing has been emphasized, and a new Section on Metal Product Manufacturing has been added, The product section has also been revised and expanded, and now includes several new products designed for production on numerically controlled machine tools. The traditional features of the book have been retained. The reading level is as low as practicable for a metalworking technical book of this level. Tech¬nical terms are in boldface type, and a list of them is provided at the end of each unit. A glossary of technical terms is also provided at the end of the text to aid student development of technical vocabulary. The review questions at the end of each unit also provides students with a convenient way to check their knowledge of each topic.

Metalwork: Technology and Practice (9th edition)

by Victor E. Repp

This book provides a comprehensive introduction to metal fabrication technology. It is intended as a textbook for entry level courses that provide laboratory experiences in metal fabrication.

Metamodeling for Method Engineering

by Manfred Jeusfeld Matthias Jarke John Mylopoulos

This text is a guide to the foundations of method engineering, a developing field concerned with the definition of techniques for designing software systems. The approach is based on metamodeling, the construction of a model about a collection of other models. The book applies the metamodeling approach in five case studies, each describing a solution to a problem in a specific domain. Suitable for classroom use, the book is also useful as a reference for practitioners. The book first presents the theoretical basis of metamodeling for method engineering, discussing information modeling, the potential of metamodeling for software systems development, and the introduction of the metamodeling tool ConceptBase. The second, and larger, portion of the book reports on applications of the metamodeling approach to method engineering. These detailed case studies range from telecommunication service specification, hypermedia design, and data warehousing to cooperative requirements engineering, chemical device modeling, and design of new abstraction principles of modeling languages. Although these chapters can stand alone as case studies, they also relate to the earlier theoretical chapters. The metamodeling approach described in the book is based on the Telos metamodeling language implemented by the ConceptBase system. An accompanying CD-ROM contains the ConceptBase system and a large collection of Telos metamodels discussed in the text. The CD-ROM enables readers to start directly with method engineering, from small method chunks up to complete method definitions. The complete definition of Ed Yourdon's structured analysis method is included as an instructional example.

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