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Drupal Web Services

by Trevor James

A practical hands-on guide to integrating Web services with your Drupal Web site. It will start from basic understanding of web services to how your Drupal site can be integrated with web applications using web services.If you're are a Drupal user, webmaster, or an administrator who wants to integrate Flickr, Facebook, Twitter, Amazon, LinkedIn, Kaltura and Mollom with your Drupal site then this book will be a good addition to your Drupal library.You do not need to have programming experience to use this book. Drupal Web Services is written for anyone who works with Drupal on a daily basis.

Dry Bones Dancing

by Tony Evans

God's Spirit once took the prophet Ezekiel to a vast valley filled with brittle, parched-dry bones--a potent picture of widespread spiritual dryness. But by the Word of God proclaimed through Ezekiel's mouth, those piles of bones took on sinew and flesh and skin, then were infused with life-giving, wind-driven breath from the Spirit of God. A sweeping vista of skeletons was turned instead into a force of fired-up warriors ready to do battle for the Lord. A transformation just as dramatic is what God wants to generate in our individual lives today and in the life of His church. Dry Bones Dancing is about escaping religious dryness to move on to true spiritual passion. The results will be an experience of supernatural power and peace in the presence of God as you are invited to go deeper and see God's character and glory as never before.Broken . . . Whole Parched . . . Flourishing Dry Bones . . . Dancing Is the landscape of your spirit all too desert-like? Then it's time for a change. It's time for a miracle. And God is ready to give it to you. Author and speaker Dr. Tony Evans boldly declares the truth: God's people are not meant to dwell in a lifeless valley. But if we are to embrace pure joy and rich passion once again, God requires a humble heart. Evans shows desert-dwellers how to pinpoint what brought them there in the first place--and how to get out. Experience spiritual nourishment and vitality once again. And get ready... ...to dance! [INSIDE LEFT FLAP] [Head: ] When Your Spirit Is a Desert... You need more than a drink. You need an entirely new landscape! When God transformed a valley full of useless bones into a formidable army of living warriors in the book of Ezekiel, He knew you would need the same breath of life today. Now God wants to return you to a place of joy and abundant freedom. Dry Bones Dancing provides a beautiful picture of the miraculous change that God initiated in Ezekiel's time and intends to do again...for you. [Back Flap] [Insert author picture: Tony Evans] Tony Evans , the first African-American to graduate with a doctoral degree from Dallas Theological Seminary, is senior pastor of the 7,000-member Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship and president of The Urban Alternative, a national organization that seeks to bring about spiritual renewal in urban America. His radio broadcast, The Alternative with Dr. Tony Evans, can be heard on more than 500 stations daily throughout the U.S. and worldwide. Lois Evans, his wife, best friend, and long-time collaborator, is the coauthor of several books and has recorded two albums. Tony and Lois have four children and five grandchildren. Story Behind the BookAfter many years of ministering to Christians burned out by religion and spiritually dry, Tony Evans searched the Scriptures for answers to share with everyone who is seeking to rekindle their passion for God. He found the perfect passage in Ezekiel. Through his study of the story, he bolstered his own spiritual passion, and now he shares it with those seeking to be rebuilt and reenergized by and for God.From the Hardcover edition.

A Dry Creek Christmas (Dry Creek Series #6)

by Janet Tronstad

An inspiring contemporary holiday season Christian romance set in Dry Creek, a small rural Montana town.

A Dry Creek Courtship (Dry Creek Series #12)

by Janet Tronstad

Charley Nelson wants a change. He wants more than just breakfast and banter with longtime friend Edith Hargrove. Charley wants, well. . . he wants romance. Somehow, Mrs. Hargrove has gotten under his skin and into his heart. But the no-nonsense widow misunderstands when he confesses he'd like to settle down. How can he convince a woman set in her ways that change is good--especially if it means a future with him?

Dry Creek Sweethearts (Dry Creek Series #13)

by Janet Tronstad

Back From The Big Time. . . She could scarcely believe her eyes. An enormous tour bus had arrived in Dry Creek, and from it stepped hometown hero Duane Enger, now a music celebrity. Linda Morgan, owner of the local cafe, had thought her ex-boyfriend had become too famous for the small-town life she loved. But something had pulled Duane back. Maybe he missed a slower, easier life. Maybe he sought to regain his faith. Or maybe it was the girl he'd left behind. Whatever it was, Duane was now finding life in Dry Creek--and Linda--just as intriguing as life in the fast lane.

The Dry Grass of August

by Anna Jean Mayhew

In this beautifully written debut, Anna Jean Mayhew offers a riveting depiction of Southern life in the throes of segregation, what it will mean for a young girl on her way to adulthood--and for the woman who means the world to her. . .On a scorching day in August 1954, thirteen-year-old Jubie Watts leaves Charlotte, North Carolina, with her family for a Florida vacation. Crammed into the Packard along with Jubie are her three siblings, her mother, and the family's black maid, Mary Luther. For as long as Jubie can remember, Mary has been there--cooking, cleaning, compensating for her father's rages and her mother's benign neglect, and loving Jubie unconditionally.Bright and curious, Jubie takes note of the anti-integration signs they pass, and of the racial tension that builds as they journey further south. But she could never have predicted the shocking turn their trip will take. Now, in the wake of tragedy, Jubie must confront her parents' failings and limitations, decide where her own convictions lie, and make the tumultuous leap to independence. . .Infused with the intensity of a changing time, here is a story of hope, heartbreak, and the love and courage that can transform us--from child to adult, from wounded to indomitable. "A beautiful book that fans of The Help will enjoy." --Karen White, New York Times bestselling author "Mayhew keeps the story taut, thoughtful and complex, elevating it from the throng of coming-of-age books." --Publishers Weekly "A must-read for fans of The Help." --Woman's World "Written with unusual charm, wonderful dialogue, and a deeply felt sense of time and place, The Dry Grass of August is a book for adults and young people both--a beautifully written literary novel that is a real page-turner, I have to add. Fast, suspenseful, and meaningful. I read this book straight through." --Lee Smith, author of Last Girls and Fair and Tender Ladies "Because the novel is totally true to Jubie's point of view, it generates gripping drama as we watch her reach beyond authority to question law and order." --Booklist "A masterful work of blending time and place." --The Charlotte Observer "A beautifully written and important novel. Set in the 1950s South, it deals with race relations in an original, powerful way. It's also a great story about complicated family relationships, told with humor, delicacy, and penetrating insight. I wish I had written this book." -- Angela Davis-Gardner, author of Butterfly's Child "Anna Jean Mayhew has a true ear for Southern speech. . .The Dry Grass of August is a carefully researched, beautifully written, quietly told tale of love and despair and a look backward at the way it was back then in the South." --The Pilot (Southern Pines, North Carolina)"Deeply felt, lasting relationships formed in the mid-20th century South between white families and the African-American women who took care of them. In The Dry Grass of August, Mayhew explores the love and conflicting loyalties in one such extended family, adult and child, black and white. She does so with honesty and sympathy, intimate knowledge and valuable perspective, as well as beautiful writing. This is an important story about the Southern experience and the women who helped to form the American generation now at the peak of its powers." --Peggy Payne, author of Sister India "Once you've experienced The Dry Grass of August, you'll swiftly see that Anna Jean Mayhew's debut novel deserves all the early praise it's getting. . .the power, bravery and beauty of Mayhew's narrative is beyond contestation and well-deserving of a wide readership." --BookPage "An extraordinary, absorbing novel." --Historical Novel Reviews

Dry Ice

by Stephen White

It has been many years since the mayhem was unleashed in Privileged Information. Now Michael McClelland, the brilliant, determined murderer introduced in the first Alan Gregory novel, has left the Colorado State Mental Hospital - and hea (TM)s coming after Alana (TM)s family. The timing couldna (TM)t be deadlier; like a wounded animal, Alan is in a deeply vulnerable state, facing severe doubts about his professional life, his marriage, and his own psyche. And McClelland holds the most powerful weapons of all: secrets from Alana (TM)s past. Secrets Alan thought he had successfully buried years ago. Secrets not even his wife knows. Time is running out as Alan scrambles to outwit his nemesis while confronting each of his worst nightmares. His becomes a captivating psychological journey into the events that forever change us, and the relentless drumbeat of the past. This searing view into the doctora (TM)s heart leaves us with a haunting question: How far will someone go to protect all that they know and love?

Dry: A Memoir

by Augusten Burroughs

You may not know it, but you've met Augusten Burroughs. You've seen him on the street, in bars, on the subway, at restaurants: a twenty-something guy, nice suit, works in advertising. Regular. Ordinary. But when the ordinary person had to drinks, Augusten was circling the drain by having twelve; when the ordinary person went home at midnight, Augusten never went home at all. Loud, distracting ties, automated wake-up calls, and cologne on the tongue could only hide so much for so long. At the request (well, it wasn't really a request) of his employers, Augusten landed in rehab, where his dreams of group therapy with Robert Downey, Jr., are immediately dashed by the grim reality of fluorescent lighting and paper hospital slippers. But when Augusten is forced to examine himself, something actually starts to click, and that's when he finds himself in the worst trouble of all. Because when his thirty days are up, he has to return to his same drunken Manhattan life-and live it sober. What follows is a memoir that's as moving as it is funny, as heartbreaking as it is real. Dry is the story of love, loss, and Starbucks as a higher power.

A Dry Spell

by Susie Moloney

Karen Grange came to Goodlands, North Dakota, to start her life over. Instead, she watches a once-thriving town die before her eyes. Four years without rain has struck Goodlands like a curse, withering crops and darkening the air with dust. In its wake, a sudden wave of strange twisted crimes has shattered families and lives. Desperate, Karen reaches out to the only man who can help--a man who offers a miracle--and promises to heal her wounded heart. His name is Tom Keatley. A drifter, an outsider like Karen, Tom is a rainmaker, the stuff of myth. But to Karen, he is her last hope. Now, as Tom struggles to pull rain from the sky, something unexpected happens that changes both of their lives forever. For beneath the hard, cracked earth, a shattering secret is about to explode--a secret whose chilling repercussions will challenge a man's courage, a woman's desire--and the soul of an angry, embittered town.

Dryland Climatology

by Sharon E. Nicholson

A comprehensive review of dryland climates and their relationship to the physical environment, hydrology, and inhabitants. Chapters are divided into five major sections on background meteorology and climatology; the nature of dryland climates in relation to precipitation and hydrology; the climatology and climate dynamics of the major dryland regions on each continent; and life and change in the world's drylands. It includes key topics such as vegetation, geomorphology, desertification, micro-habitats, and adaptation to dryland environments. This interdisciplinary volume provides an extensive review of the primary literature (covering nearly 2000 references) and the conventional and satellite datasets that form key research tools for dryland climatology. Illustrated with over 300 author photographs, it presents a unique view of dryland climates for a broad spectrum of researchers, environmental professionals and advanced students in climatology, meteorology, geography, environment science, earth system science, ecology, hydrology and geomorphology.

The Drylands

by Mary Rosenblum

After years without rain, disaster lay ahead for the Pacific Northwexst, unless the strange talents born of the drought could stop it. Drought had come to the twenty-first century, and the land was dying. Crops failed, refugee camps overflowed, and riots raged across the country, and the Army Corp of Engineers had the dirty job of rationing what little water was left. Carter Voltaire, a Corps officer in charge of the Columbia Riverbed pipeline had orders to stop a group of desperate farmers sabotaging the pipe at any cost. Nita Montoya, a drylands woman burdened with a strange mental talent, knew the farmers were being framed. She could help Carter expose the real saboteurs, but only by exposing her own abnormal ability. In the drylands, the few people strangely altered by the drought were feared and persecuted if their mutations came to light. But if Nita couldn't trust Carter with her secret, there was no way to stop the wave of violence that would sweep their lives away.

Drylongso: A Self-portrait of Black America

by John L. Gwaltney

Revealing oral histories of black Americans collected in the 1970's by a blind, African American anthropologist.

DSI--Date Scene Investigation

by Ian Kerner

Are you a victim of a crime of the heart? Is your relationship an unsolved mystery? It's time to analyze the Dating DNA. In this hilarious and helpful handbook, best-selling author Ian Kerner introduces us to the DSI team, a top-secret unit within the FBI (that's the Federal Bureau of Intimacy) whose sole mission is to investigate dating dilemmas and equip you with the skills you need so you're never again a dating victim. Through humorous and engaging case studies, you'll read about boyfriends who might be gay, gamers who won't step up to the plate, and wimps who won't go down for the count. You'll meet Dating DUPEs (Desperately Under Pressure to Evaluate) and their antagonistic ARSEs (Anti-Relationship Suspect Examinees). You'll gain unprecedented access to previously classified relationship rap sheets: detailed reports that reveal interpersonal infractions, mating misdemeanors, and flirtatious felonies. You'll boldly go where no civilian has gone before as we apply the latest forensic tools to decipher complex dating data: From testing for SPARK (Sexual Potential and Romantic Kinship), to consulting with undercover agents in the MBU (Missing Boyfriends Unit), Kerner ventures above the law and beneath the covers. Because in the end . . . the love life you save may be your own.

The DSLR Filmmaker's Handbook

by Barry Andersson Janie L. Geyen

A how-to guide for getting professional-quality video from your DSLR Shooting HD Video with a video-enabled DSLR has many benefits and some tricky drawbacks that digital filmmakers and videographers can overcome to get professional results. The DSLR Filmmaker's Handbook helps filmmakers harness the HD video capabilities of their DSLRs to create professional-level video. Packed with professionally-tested techniques, this indispensible book serves as a training guide for the complex steps that must be taken before, during, and after filming. Teaches you the key tools and techniques for using your DSLR to shoot high-quality, professional-level video Distills dense information about filmmaking and filters it down to easily understood granules Shows you what to expect and what to avoid with your DSLR and how to maximize the visual look of your film Shares tools and techniques that have been used in real-world, independent movie-making environments The DSLR Filmmaker's Handbook shows you how to overcome any tricky drawbacks that you may face while shooting HD video with your DSLR.

DSM-IV Made Easy: The Clinician's Guide to Diagnosis

by James Morrison

This book takes the reader through a step-by-step diagnostic process for every DSM-IV category, and explains how to derive a complete five-axis diagnosis. Each set of criteria is discussed in detail, illustrated by vivid clinical vignettes and interpreted in lucid terms.

DSM-IV-TR Casebook

by Michael B. First Andrew E. Skodol Janet B. W. Williams Robert L. Spitzer

This casebook for students, clinicians, and related professionals presents a selection of real clinical vignettes which illustrate the concepts and terminology found in the DSM-IV-TR. These accounts have been edited to focus on information relevant to differential diagnosis. The cases are organized into sections on adults, children and adolescents, multiaxial assessment, international cases, and historical cases. They are also indexed by diagnosis and by special interest (i.e. in the medical setting). Each case is followed by a discussion of the DSM-IV-TR differential diagnosis. The editors are with the psychiatry department at Columbia University. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Du Bois and his Rivals

by Raymond Wolters

Although focusing primarily on W. E. B. Du Bois, this book gives biagraphical information and criticisms of a few Civil Rights leaders, including Booker T. Washington and Marcus Garvey. It describes the similarities and differences between these men's views.

Dual Disorders

by Howard B. Moss Dennis C Daley

Depression. Schizophrenia. Post-traumatic stress disorder. Millions of individuals diagnosed with psychiatric or emotional disorders must battle an equally menacing and powerful disease-chemical dependency. First published in 1993, Dual Disorders is the leading text on the biological and psychological relationship between mental illness and addiction.New this spring, the third edition of this Hazelden best-seller has been updated to include the latest research, information about new medications, and an explanation of new diagnostic criteria.Key features and benefits: outlines the relationship between chemical dependency and psychiatric disorders contains important resources for chemically dependent individuals and their families presents practical relapse prevention strategies

The Dual Disorders Recovery Book

by Anonymous

This compelling book The Dual Disorders Recovery Book, written for those of us with an addiction and a psychiatric illness, provides a source of information and support throughout our recovery. Personal stories offer experience, strength, and hope as well as expert advice. The book offers information on how Steps 1-5 apply specifically to us. An appendix includes a "Blueprint for Recovery," the meeting format of Dual Recovery Anonymous, and self-help resources.

Dual-Language Learners

by Angèle Sancho Passe

Growing research shows that many children from immigrant and refugee families are not doing well in school, due in part to linguistic and cultural disadvantages. Teaching dual-language learners requires cultural sensitivity, an understanding of language acquisition, and intentional teaching strategies. Combining research and techniques, this resource helps early childhood educators support dual-language learners as they develop the skills necessary for school readiness and success.Angèle Sancho Passe, an early childhood education consultant and writer, is trilingual and has worked with many programs serving dual-language learners. She is the author of Is Everybody Ready for Kindergarten?

Dualed

by Elsie Chapman

The Hunger Games meets Matched in this thrilling high-concept YA where citizens must prove their worth by defeating the other version of themselves--their twin.Two of you exist. Only one will survive.The city of Kersh is a safe haven, but the price of safety is high. Everyone has a genetic Alternate--a twin raised by another family--and citizens must prove their worth by eliminating their Alts before their twentieth birthday. Survival means advanced schooling, a good job, marriage--life.Fifteen-year-old West Grayer has trained as a fighter, preparing for the day when her assignment arrives and she will have one month to hunt down and kill her Alt. But then a tragic misstep shakes West's confidence. Stricken with grief and guilt, she's no longer certain that she's the best version of herself, the version worthy of a future. If she is to have any chance of winning, she must stop running not only from her Alt, but also from love . . . though both have the power to destroy her.Elsie Chapman's suspenseful YA debut weaves unexpected romance into a novel full of fast-paced action and thought-provoking philosophy. When the story ends, discussions will begin about this future society where every adult is a murderer and every child knows there is another out there who just might be better."Fans of the Divergent trilogy will want to read this imaginative tale that is reminiscent of William Golding's Lord of the Flies." --VOYA"The textual equivalent of a Quentin Tarantino movie." --Publishers Weekly"Clever suspense--here, stalking is a two-way street." --Kirkus ReviewsFrom the Hardcover edition.

Duane’s Depressed (Last Picture Show #3)

by Larry Mcmurtry

Funny, sad, full of wonderful characters and the word-perfect dialogue of which he is the master, McMurtry brings the Thalia saga to an end with Duane confronting depression in the midst of plenty. Surrounded by his children, who all seem to be going through life crises involving sex, drugs, and violence; his wife, Karla, who is wrestling with her own demons; and friends like Sonny, who seem to be dying, Duane can't seem to make sense of his life anymore. He gradually makes his way through a protracted...

Duarte's Child

by Lynne Graham

Only days before she was about to give birth, Emily left her husband, Duarte de Monteiro. She'd heard from a friend that he wanted to keep their baby--but not his wife.... Now Duarte has traced Emily and his baby son and brought them back to Portugal. He's proud; he wants to keep his wife--especially as he can still possess her with the slightest touch.... Emily still loves Duarte, but has he brought her back because he loves her--or because he loves his son?

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