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Attributes of God

by Rose Publishing

5 Ways Knowing God's Traits Will Improve Your Life PerspectiveHave you ever questioned God's goodness during tough seasons? It's easy to accept that God is loving when you receive a promotion and that he's merciful when someone forgives you.But, God's characteristics during troubling times can appear so abstract that applying his identity to our life circumstances can seem like a theological puzzle: we possess all the pieces but don't know how they fit together. How can God be good and my life remain troubled, uncertain, and instable?Let's face the truth. Logically knowing God's traits is not enough to change our perspectives. We need an overview that allows us to meditate on his traits and that suggests practical ways to apply his identity to our everyday lives. Rose Publishing's Attributes of God, a full color, 14-page pamphlet, explains 20 traits of God in an easy-to-reference chart. This easy-to-understand pamphlet explains each attribute, and provides probing questions and devotion-based activities to help you apply the insights to your personal walk. Experience the relief, joy, and hope that comes from deepening your understanding of God's identity with Rose publishing's Attributes of God. Knowing God's attributes will affect your--*Worship by deepening your understanding of God's praiseworthy attributes. *Life Perspective by enabling you to discover the hope that comes from realizing that his very nature meets your every need. *Relationship with God by fostering a more intimate awareness of His traits. *Relationship with Others by revealing the traits you can develop as you seek after him, such as patience, faithfulness, and love. *Identity by revealing to you your worth, as you focus on the astounding attributes of the God who loves you.

Informal Governance in the European Union: How Governments Make International Organizations Work

by Mareike Kleine

The European Union is the world’s most advanced international organization, presiding over a level of legal and economic integration unmatched in global politics. To explain this achievement, many observers point to its formal rules that entail strong obligations and delegate substantial power to supranational actors such as the European Commission. This legalistic view, Mareike Kleine contends, is misleading. More often than not, governments and bureaucrats informally depart from the formal rules and thereby contradict their very purpose. Behind the EU’s front of formal rules lies a thick network of informal governance practices.If not the EU’s rules, what accounts for the high level of economic integration among its members? How does the EU really work? In answering these questions, Kleine proposes a new way of thinking about international organizations. Informal governance affords governments the flexibility to resolve conflicts that adherence to EU rules may generate at the domestic level. By dispersing the costs that integration may impose on individual groups, it allows governments to keep domestic interests aligned in favor of European integration. The combination of formal rules and informal governance therefore sustains a level of cooperation that neither regime alone permits, and it reduces the EU’s democratic deficit by including those interests into deliberations that are most immediately affected by its decisions. In illustrating informal norms and testing how they work, Kleine provides the first systematic analysis, based on new material from national and European archives and other primary data, of the parallel development of the formal rules and informal norms that have governed the EU from the 1958 Treaty of Rome until today.

Glencoe Introduction To Business: Student Edition (Brown: Intro To Business)

by McGraw-Hill Education Staff

McGraw-Hill's Introduction to Business provides an overview of the world of business covering basic economic concepts, owning and operating a business, globalization, personal financial planning, and more. Introduction to Business provides your students with research-based reading strategies and integrated academic activities to build comprehension and reinforce key academic concepts, all within the context of business topics. Includes print Student Edition

Introduction to Psychology

by Charles Stangor Jennifer Walinga

"This textbook includes learning objectives, key takeaways, exercises and critical thinking activities, and a marginal glossary of key terms. In short, I [i.e. Charles Stangor] think that this book will provide a useful and productive synthesis between your goals and the goals of your students. I [i.e. Charles Stangor] have tried to focus on the forest rather than the trees and to bring psychology to life in ways that really matter for the students. At the same time, the book maintains content and conceptual rigor, with a strong focus on the fundamental principles of empiricism and the scientific method."--BC Campus website.

Thinking Like a Computer: An Introduction to Digital Reality

by George Towner

Thinking Like a Computer is the result of a detailed 30-year study of how computers imitate life.Although they are machines, computers are designed to act like human beings. Software is specifically created to help accomplish human-like tasks and to be understood in human terms. Yet unlike human life, computer operations can be analyzed in detail because we build the machines that accomplish them and we know the design decisions that make them work.With every choice made during the evolution of digital technology, computer architects have intuitively or consciously incorporated truths of human functioning into their designs.Thinking Like a Computer is based on these truths, assembling them into a new explanation of human knowledge. In addition, it provides insights into the foundations of theoretical science because much of digital technology is dedicated to creating new realities.

The Living Earth: Student Edition

by Tracey Greenwood

BIOZONE's new integrated titles for the Next Generation Science Standards for California Public Schools (CA NGSS) have been designed and written following the High School Three- Course Model. Each of these phenomena-based titles integrates a three-dimensional approach to provide an engaging, relevant, and rigorous program of instruction. Departing from the more traditional approach of BIOZONE's Non-Integrated Series, the Integrated Series offers a learning experience anchored in student-relevant phenomena and problems.

Look-Alike Animals

by Robin Bernard

Explains the differences between such animal look-alikes as cheetahs and leopards, frogs and toads, crocodiles and alligators, seals and sea lions, and rabbits and hares.

George Washington: Our First President (Scholastic Reader Level 2)

by Garnet Jackson

A lively and informative Level 2 non-fiction Hello Reader about the life of George Washington, the first president of the United States. Born in a Virginia farmhouse, and proving himself early on to be an honest, intelligent, natural leader, George Washington grew up to become the very first president of the United States of America. What was George's life like from his farm boy beginnings to his rise to the presidency? With engaging text, this book gives an in-depth look at the growing-up years of a famous American figure. Illustrators Cornelius Van Wright and Ying-Hwa Hu provide lush, realistic drawings that capture the life and times of George Washington.

Fitness for Life: Middle School

by Charles B. Corbin Dolly D. Lambdin Guy C. Le Masurier

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Collections, Grade 10

by Kylene Beers Carol Jago Martha Hougen

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Animals Invade! [Above Level, SS] (National Geographic Ladders, Common Core Readers)

by National Geographic Learning Staff

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Wardlaw's Contemporary Nutrition: A Functional Approach

by Anne M. Smith Angela L. Collene Colleen Spees

Contemporary Nutrition: A Functional Approach is an alternate version of Smith, Collene, Spees Contemporary Nutrition, offering a unique approach by organizing vitamins and minerals within the context of physiological functions and the health conditions they influence. Current research is at the core of the fifth edition, with revised statistics, incorporation of new results of clinical trials, and updated recommendations. The text provides students who lack a strong science background the ideal balance of reliable nutrition information and practical consumer-oriented knowledge. Always looking to make the content relevant to learners, the authors highlight health conditions, medications, food products, and supplements students or members of their families may be using. With their friendly writing style, the authors act as the student’s personal guide to dispelling common misconceptions and to gaining a solid foundation for making informed nutrition choices.

All The Forgivenesses

by Elizabeth Hardinger

Set in Appalachia and the Midwest at the turn of the twentieth century, this exquisite debut novel paints an intimately rendered portrait of one resilient farm family's challenges and hard-won triumphs--helmed by an unforgettable heroine. Growing up on their hardscrabble farm in rural Kentucky, fifteen-year-old Albertina "Bertie" Winslow has learned a lot from her mama, Polly. She knows how to lance a boil, make a pie crust, butcher a pig, and tend to every chore that needs doing. What she doesn't know, but is forced to reckon with all too soon, is how to look after children as a mother should ... When Polly succumbs to a long illness, Bertie takes on responsibility for her four younger siblings and their dissolute, unreliable daddy. Yet no matter how hard she tries to hold the family together, the task is overwhelming. Nine-year-old Dacia, especially, is resentful and stubborn, hinting at secrets in their mama's life. Finally, Bertie makes the only choice she can--breaking up the family for its own survival, keeping the girls with her, sending the boys off to their grown brothers, long gone from home. Ever pragmatic, Bertie marries young, grateful to find a husband willing to take on the care of her sisters, and eventually moves to the oil fields of Kansas. But marriage alone cannot resolve the grief and guilt she carries over a long-ago tragedy, or prepare her for the heartaches still to come. Only by confronting wrenching truths can she open herself to joy--and learn how to not only give, but receive, unfettered love. Inspired by stories told by the author's mother and aunts, All the Forgivenesses is as authentic as it is lyrical--a captivating novel of family loyalty, redemption, and resilience.

Intimate Violence in Families

by Richard J. Gelles

Intimate Violence in Families has been thoroughly revised and updated in its third edition. Drawing on the latest research, this book dismantles many of the conventional myths hindering our understanding of family violence. Through an exploration of some of the major controversies in the field, Richard Gelles discusses various theories of intimate violence and the contributing social factors. This third edition includes a substantial expansion of material on hidden victims of familial violence-siblings, parents, and the elderly-as well as an examination of violence between gay and lesbian couples. While the first two editions of Intimate Violence in Families focused on physical abuse, here Gelles also explores neglect and emotional and psychological abuse, offering a much broader look at the full spectrum of familial abuse. Breaking important new ground, Gelles carefully examines what we know about intervention and treatment program effectiveness, with special attention to intensive family preservation programs and men's treatment programs. A major text for use in coursework on interpersonal violence, family violence, psychology, counseling, social work, and special issues in gender studies and sociology, Intimate Violence in Families, Third Edition will also provide essential information to professionals working in those areas.

Public Speaking

by Michael Osborn Suzanne Osborn Randall Osborn Kathleen J. Turner

Public Speaking: Finding Your Voice helps students develop into effective speakers while emphasizing the ethical significance of public speaking and its importance in our increasingly diverse society. The text guides students to become better, more thoughtful consumers as well as producers of messages--all the more important in an age when we are daily bombarded with “fake news” and other forms of deceptive communication. The 11th Edition includes fully updated examples as well as revised learning outcomes that help keep students on track in the course.

Untouchable

by Mulk Raj Anand

With precision, vitality, and a fury that earned him praise as India’s Charles Dickens, Mulk Raj Anand recreates in Untouchable what it was like to live on the fringes of society in pre-independence India. Bakha, an attractive, proud, and strong young man, is also an Untouchable, the lowest of the low in India’s caste system. A sweeper and a toilet-cleaner, he must warn others on the street of his status so that he will not pollute them with his presence. In this urgent 1935 re-creation of one day in the life of an outcast, a violent encounter leads Bakha to question his fate--and to find an answer in the unlikeliest of places.

Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 (WSL 2) Tips, Tricks, and Techniques: Maximise productivity of your Windows 10 development machine with custom workflows and configurations

by Stuart Leeks

A practical handbook that will help you bridge the gap between Windows and Linux to develop apps that leverage the best features across both ecosystems with seamless interoperabilityKey FeaturesConfigure and control WSL to suit your needs and preferencesDiscover tips for working seamlessly between Windows and WSL Linux distrosLearn how to work effectively with containers in WSL, as well as how to containerize your development environments with Visual Studio Code to isolate your dependenciesBook DescriptionWindows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) allows you to run native Linux tools alongside traditional Windows applications. Whether you're developing applications across multiple operating systems or looking to add more tools to your Windows environment, WSL offers endless possibilities.You'll start by understanding what WSL is and learn how to install and configure WSL along with different Linux distros. Next, you'll learn techniques that allow you to work across both Windows and Linux environments. You'll discover how to install and customize the new Windows Terminal. We'll also show you how to work with code in WSL using Visual Studio Code (VS Code). In addition to this, you'll explore how to work with containers with Docker and Kubernetes, and how to containerize a development environment using VS Code.While Microsoft has announced support for GPU and GUI applications in an upcoming release of WSL, at the time of writing these features are either not available or only in early preview releases. This book focuses on the stable, released features of WSL and giving you a solid understanding of the amazing techniques that you can use with WSL today.By the end of this book, you'll be able to configure WSL and Windows Terminal to suit your preferences, and productively use Visual Studio Code for developing applications with WSL.What you will learnInstall and configure Windows Subsystem for Linux and Linux distrosAccess web applications running in Linux from WindowsInvoke Windows applications, file systems, and environment variables from bash in WSLCustomize the appearance and behavior of the Windows Terminal to suit your preferences and workflowsExplore various tips for enhancing the Visual Studio Code experience with WSLInstall and work with Docker and Kubernetes within Windows Subsystem for LinuxDiscover various productivity tips for working with Command-line tools in WSLWho this book is forThis book is for developers who want to use Linux tools on Windows, including Windows-native programmers looking to ease into a Linux environment based on project requirements or Linux developers who've recently switched to Windows. This book is also for web developers working on open source projects with Linux-first tools such as Ruby or Python, or developers looking to switch between containers and development machines for testing apps. Prior programming or development experience and a basic understanding of running tasks in bash, PowerShell, or the Windows Command Prompt will be required.

Microsoft SharePoint Server 2019 and SharePoint Hybrid Administration: Deploy, configure, and manage SharePoint on-premises and hybrid scenarios

by Aaron Guilmette

Manage your Microsoft 365 workloads between SharePoint Server and SharePoint Online using the SharePoint Hybrid configurationKey FeaturesExplore the collaborative features of SharePoint Server technologies using expert techniquesMigrate your Microsoft 365 workload and Teamwork services to SharePoint Online using a hybrid configurationLearn how to map traditional Microsoft services to a cloud service modelBook DescriptionSharePoint Server is an on-premises collaboration and business productivity platform. It serves as a content management and web services platform, enabling users to create, publish, and discover content and applications and integrate with business systems.This SharePoint book offers complete, up-to-date coverage of the SharePoint Server 2019 interface to help you configure and deploy confidently from the start. With the help of clear and succinct explanations and expert tips, this book covers SharePoint Server and SharePoint Hybrid configuration as well as the process for migrating to Microsoft SharePoint Online. As the book takes you through strategies and techniques for configuring and managing SharePoint on-premises and hybrid scenarios, you'll get to grips with the concepts essential for SharePoint deployments, such as authentication, Business Connectivity Services, and the data gateway. You'll also explore migration methods and strategies.By the end of this book, you'll have learned the fundamentals of deploying SharePoint Server 2019 and be able to use this reference guide for your administration tasks.What you will learnUnderstand how SharePoint Server technologies enable you to collaborateDeploy and configure SharePoint Server 2019Configure and manage SharePoint site collectionsManage data migration with SharePoint's migration toolsExplore Business Connectivity Services (BCS) for working with external data sourcesGet to grips with the different types of authentication available in the SharePoint ecosystemWho this book is forMicrosoft SharePoint Server 2019 and SharePoint Hybrid Administration is targeted at entry-level SharePoint Server administrators who want to learn how to deploy and manage SharePoint farms, service applications, and connected data services.

The Python Workshop: A Practical, No-Nonsense Introduction to Python Development

by Andrew Bird Graham Lee Dr Lau Han Mario Corchero Jimenez Corey Wade

Cut through the noise and get real results with a step-by-step approach to learning Python 3.X programming Key Features Experimental projects showcasing the implementation of high-performance deep learning models with Keras. Use-cases across reinforcement learning, natural language processing, GANs and computer vision. Build strong fundamentals of Keras in the area of deep learning and artificial intelligence Book Description You already know you want to learn Python, and a smarter way to learn Python 3 is to learn by doing. The Python Workshop focuses on building up your practical skills so that you can work towards building up your machine learning skills as a data scientist, write scripts that help automate your life and save you time, or even create your own games and desktop applications. You'll learn from real examples that lead to real results. Throughout The Python Workshop, you'll take an engaging step-by-step approach to understanding Python. You won't have to sit through any unnecessary theory. If you're short on time you can jump into a single exercise each day or spend an entire weekend learning about Python scripting. It's your choice. Learning on your terms, you'll build up and reinforce key skills in a way that feels rewarding. Every physical copy of The Python Workshop unlocks access to the interactive edition. With videos detailing all exercises and activities, you'll always have a guided solution. You can also benchmark yourself against assessments, track progress, and receive free content updates. You'll even earn a secure credential that you can share and verify online upon completion. It's a premium learning experience that's included with your printed copy. To redeem, follow the instructions located at the start of your Python book. Fast-paced and direct, The Python Workshop is the ideal companion for Python beginners. You'll build and iterate on your code like a software developer, learning along the way. This process means that you'll find that your new skills stick, embedded as best practice. A solid foundation for the years ahead. What you will learn Learn how to write clean and concise code with Python 3 Understand classes and object-oriented programming Tackle entry-level data science and create engaging visualizations Use Python to create responsive, modern web applications Automate essential day-to-day tasks with Python scripts Get started with predictive Python machine learning Who this book is for This book is designed for professionals, students, and hobbyists who want to learn Python and apply it to solve challenging real-world problems. Although this is a beginner's book, it will help if you already know standard programming topics, such as variables, if-else statements, and functions. Experience with another object-oriented program is beneficial, but not mandatory.

Data Engineering with Python: Work with massive datasets to design data models and automate data pipelines using Python

by Paul Crickard

Build, monitor, and manage real-time data pipelines to create data engineering infrastructure efficiently using open-source Apache projectsKey FeaturesBecome well-versed in data architectures, data preparation, and data optimization skills with the help of practical examplesDesign data models and learn how to extract, transform, and load (ETL) data using PythonSchedule, automate, and monitor complex data pipelines in productionBook DescriptionData engineering provides the foundation for data science and analytics, and forms an important part of all businesses. This book will help you to explore various tools and methods that are used for understanding the data engineering process using Python.The book will show you how to tackle challenges commonly faced in different aspects of data engineering. You'll start with an introduction to the basics of data engineering, along with the technologies and frameworks required to build data pipelines to work with large datasets. You'll learn how to transform and clean data and perform analytics to get the most out of your data. As you advance, you'll discover how to work with big data of varying complexity and production databases, and build data pipelines. Using real-world examples, you'll build architectures on which you'll learn how to deploy data pipelines.By the end of this Python book, you'll have gained a clear understanding of data modeling techniques, and will be able to confidently build data engineering pipelines for tracking data, running quality checks, and making necessary changes in production.What you will learnUnderstand how data engineering supports data science workflowsDiscover how to extract data from files and databases and then clean, transform, and enrich itConfigure processors for handling different file formats as well as both relational and NoSQL databasesFind out how to implement a data pipeline and dashboard to visualize resultsUse staging and validation to check data before landing in the warehouseBuild real-time pipelines with staging areas that perform validation and handle failuresGet to grips with deploying pipelines in the production environmentWho this book is forThis book is for data analysts, ETL developers, and anyone looking to get started with or transition to the field of data engineering or refresh their knowledge of data engineering using Python. This book will also be useful for students planning to build a career in data engineering or IT professionals preparing for a transition. No previous knowledge of data engineering is required.

Hands-On SQL Server 2019 Analysis Services: Design and query tabular and multi-dimensional models using Microsoft's SQL Server Analysis Services

by Adam Jorgensen Steven Hughes

Get up to speed with the new features added to Microsoft SQL Server 2019 Analysis Services and create models to support your businessKey FeaturesExplore tips and tricks to design, develop, and optimize end-to-end data analytics solutions using Microsoft's technologiesLearn tabular modeling and multi-dimensional cube design development using real-world examplesImplement Analysis Services to help you make productive business decisionsBook DescriptionSQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) continues to be a leading enterprise-scale toolset, enabling customers to deliver data and analytics across large datasets with great performance. This book will help you understand MS SQL Server 2019's new features and improvements, especially when it comes to SSAS.First, you'll cover a quick overview of SQL Server 2019, learn how to choose the right analytical model to use, and understand their key differences. You'll then explore how to create a multi-dimensional model with SSAS and expand on that model with MDX. Next, you'll create and deploy a tabular model using Microsoft Visual Studio and Management Studio. You'll learn when and how to use both tabular and multi-dimensional model types, how to deploy and configure your servers to support them, and design principles that are relevant to each model. The book comes packed with tips and tricks to build measures, optimize your design, and interact with models using Excel and Power BI. All this will help you visualize data to gain useful insights and make better decisions. Finally, you'll discover practices and tools for securing and maintaining your models once they are deployed.By the end of this MS SQL Server book, you'll be able to choose the right model and build and deploy it to support the analytical needs of your business.What you will learnDetermine the best analytical model using SSASCover the core aspects involved in MDX, including writing your first queryImplement calculated tables and calculation groups (new in version 2019) in DAXCreate and deploy tabular and multi-dimensional models on SQL 2019Connect and create data visualizations using Excel and Power BIImplement row-level and other data security methods with tabular and multi-dimensional modelsExplore essential concepts and techniques to scale, manage, and optimize your SSAS solutionsWho this book is forThis Microsoft SQL Server book is for BI professionals and data analysts who are looking for a practical guide to creating and maintaining tabular and multi-dimensional models using SQL Server 2019 Analysis Services. A basic working knowledge of BI solutions such as Power BI and database querying is required.

Probability With a View Towards Statistics, Volume I (Chapman And Hall/crc Probability Ser.)

by J. Hoffman-Jorgensen

Volume I of this two-volume text and reference work begins by providing a foundation in measure and integration theory. It then offers a systematic introduction to probability theory, and in particular, those parts that are used in statistics. This volume discusses the law of large numbers for independent and non-independent random variables, transforms, special distributions, convergence in law, the central limit theorem for normal and infinitely divisible laws, conditional expectations and martingales. Unusual topics include the uniqueness and convergence theorem for general transforms with characteristic functions, Laplace transforms, moment transforms and generating functions as special examples. The text contains substantive applications, e.g., epidemic models, the ballot problem, stock market models and water reservoir models, and discussion of the historical background. The exercise sets contain a variety of problems ranging from simple exercises to extensions of the theory.

Soldiers National Cemetery at Gettysburg (Images of America)

by Jarrad Fuoss

In early June 1863, the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia launched a summer campaign that brought horrific war to the town of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. In just over three days of cataclysmic battle, 51,000 individuals were killed, wounded, or captured. Although the fighting concluded by July 4, 1863, the struggle to recover continues to the present day. On November 19, 1863, the dedication of a new Soldiers National Cemetery marked a critical point in American history. From its conception, the Soldiers National Cemetery in Gettysburg embodied a fitting tribute to those who gave their last full measure of devotion to a grateful nation. Since that fateful summer of 1863, the cemetery has expanded into a place of memorialization for Americans spanning generations. Today, the Soldiers National Cemetery remains a space of reverence and offers a beacon of hope for students who traverse these hallowed grounds learning from the past.

Traditional Country & Western Music (Images of America)

by Karl Anderson

Traditional Country & Western Music presents historical photographs, memorabilia, and stories about an enduring music genre that took root in America from the late 1920s through the mid-1930s. Although many of our early folk songs originated from the British Isles, Jimmie Rodgers (the "Father of Country Music") and Gene Autry ("America's Favorite Singing Cowboy") became the foundation of modern country and western music. Many regional styles and variations of country and western music developed during the first half of the 20th century, including hillbilly, bluegrass, honky-tonk, rockabilly, southern gospel, Cajun, and Texas swing. Local artists, live radio shows, and regional barn dance programs provided entertainment throughout the Great Depression, World War II, and into America's postwar years. During the 1950s, country and western music became homogenized with the Nashville sound and the Bakersfield sound. By the end of the 1960s, country music completed its move to Nashville, and "western" was dropped from the equation. This book recalls the golden age of country and western music from the late 1920s through the 1960s. Each of the featured artists and programs in this book were once household names. We celebrate these early legends, live radio and television shows, unsung heroes, and local performers from Maine to California.

Everglades City (Images of America)

by Maureen Sullivan-Hartung

Today's Everglades City was originally called "Everglade" when it was but a vast formidable wilderness. Following county namesake Barron Gift Collier's arrival and subsequent establishment of both the county government seat and the company town, it became Everglades (plural) in 1923. This former desolate acreage, located approximately 45 miles south of Naples, was soon bustling, with not only shops and homes but also the construction of the Tamiami Trail, which was completed in 1928. Everglades City is home to the Western Hemisphere entrance of the Everglades National Park, bringing in tourists from around the world. The annual Everglades City Seafood Festival, held the second weekend in February, began 50 years ago to initially raise funds for playground equipment. A former commercial laundry building, dating back to the 1920s, now houses the Museum of the Everglades. Approximately 500 residents live in Everglades City year-round today.

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