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Author: Patricia B McConnell; Karen B London
Publisher: Black Earth, WI : McConnell Publishing, 2009, ©2003.
ISBNISSN: 9781891767074, 1891767070
Notes: 63 pages ; 22 cm
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An invitation to freedom --
More than skin deep --
A world without beauty --
The truth about beauty --
A beautiful mind --
Every woman needs to know she's beautiful --
Healthier ever after --
Practical makeover tips --
How to help others develop a healthy body image --
Help for those with deeper issues --
Tips for group leaders --
Notes. Vol. 1 has no volume designation and was released prior to v. 2. [Vol. 1]. Introductory phrases I --
Introductory phrases II --
Yi guan, by Zhao Xian-ke, (1617) Ming Dynasty --
Yi guan bian, by Xu Ling-tai, (1764) Qing Dynasty --
Nan jing san shi liu, (c. 200 AD) --
Nan jing er shi wu --
Huangdi neijing suwen er shi san, (in portions, between 100 BC & 760 AD) --
Nanjing si shi qi --
Nanjing san shi ba --
Huangdi neijing suwen qi shi yi --
Yi guan bian --
Yi xue xin wu (I), by Cheng Guo-peng, (1737) Qing Dynasty --
Yi xue xin wu (II) --
Yi xue xin wu (III) --
Yi xue xin wu (IV) --
Vol. 2. Ling shu wu shi er (I) --
Ling shu wu shi er (II) --
Ling shu wu shi er (III) --
Huang di nei jing ling shu wu shi wu: ni shun --
Nan jing qi shi qi --
Jin qui yao lue, by Zhang Zhong-jing, (c. 220 AD) --
Ling shu er shi: wu xie --
Nan jing qu shi wu --
Ling shu qi shi yi: xie ke --
Yi xue xin wu, by Cheng Guo-peng, (1737) Qing Dynasty --
Nan jing wu shi jiu --
Yi xue jin liang, by Wang Ken-tang, (c. 1500) Ming Dynasty --
Ling shu ba (I) --
Ling shu ba (II) --
Ling shu ba (III). "This series of books represents the first introduction to classical Chinese that focuses solely on medical texts. The selections that make up the chapters span a period of nearly 2,000 years, covering the entire written history of Chinese medicine"--Back cover of v. 2. Part 1 The Nature of Colorectal Cancer. Chapter 1 The Biological Basis of cancer, Barry Rawlings. Chapter 2 Prevention and Early Detection, Barbara Borwell. Chapter 3 Diagnosis and Staging, Barry Rawlings and Barbara Borwell. Part 2 The Treatment of Bowel Cancer. Chapter 4 Background to Practice, Tanya Andrewes. Chapter 5 Bowel cancer: surgical management, Barbara Stuchfield. Chapter 6 Chemotherapy, Tanya Andrewes. Chapter 7 Radiotherapy, Wendy Farrell. Part 3 Management and Care of Patients With Bowel Cancer. Chapter 8 Psychosocial Aspects of Care, Barbara Borwell. Chapter 9 Promoting a Patient-centred Approach to Care, Barbara Borwell. Chapter 10 Continuity and Community Care, Catherine Hughes. Chapter 11 Nutrition and Bowel Cancer, Emily Walters. Chapter 12 Professional Issues, Ian Donaldson. Chapter 13 Complementary Therapies in Cancer Care, Helen Gandhi. Chapter 14 Help and Support for Cancer Patients and Their Families, Rose Amey. Resources. Index. Invisible spots in outer space --
Imagining a visit --
The life of stars --
Types of black holes --
Thinking about black holes --
Studying black holes --
Glossary --
You know? --
Want to know more? Discusses the history of black holes, the scientific theory of how they are formed, and what they may be able to tell us about the future. Includes index. "An abridged version of Deep water sailors, shallow water soldiers first appeared in serialized form during 1990 and 1991 in 'Inland seas, ' the quarterly of the Great Lakes Historical Society"--Title page verso. Facility documents. Debentures. Security on land. Security over assets other than land. Security over intellectual property. Guarantees and indemnities. Debt instruments. Subordination and priorities. Assignment and participation of loans. Rescheduling and standstills. Equipment leasing. Ship finance. Checklists, minutes and resolutions. Understanding innovation diffusion --
Beyond a theory of communications --
The bass model --
Turning points in the product life cycle --
Spatial effects in diffusion of innovations --
Diffusion and competition --
Effects of pricing and advertising --
Diffusion and social networks --
New product growth in specific industries --
Choosing the right model --
Knowledge gaps in innovation diffusion. Cover title. Includes indexes. PLUNKETT'S AIRLINE, HOTEL & TRAVEL INDUSTRY ALMANAC 2007 A Short Airline, Hotel & Travel Industry Glossary Introduction How to Use This Book Chapter 1: Major Trends Affecting the Airline, Hotel & Travel Industry 1) Introduction to the Travel Industry 2) Discount Airlines Set the Standard 3) Major U.S. Airlines Begin to Bounce Back 4) International Airlines Try to Lure Passengers with In-flight Perks in Economy Plus Class 5) Business Travel and Luxury Travel are on the Rise 6) Very Light Jets (VLJ) Zoom into the Private Air Travel Market 7) Private Jet Rentals Rise in the Form of Fractional Share Ownership 8) Major Airlines Buy into the Fractional Share Game 9) Boeing Takes the Lead Over Airbus 10) New Aircraft Designs Offer Greater Passenger Comfort 11) Airports Ramp Up to Accommodate High Traffic and New Aircraft 12) Deregulation Opens Huge Travel Markets in China and India 13) Booking Travel Over the Internet Continues Rapid Growth 14) Sustainable Tourism and Ecotourism Grow as Certification Standards Emerge 15) Destination Club Membership Growth Is Checked 16) Hotels Are Adding Rooms, Upgrading Amenities While Recording Record Profits 17) Cruise Industry Bookings are Strong, Including Berths on Luxury Liners 18) Convention Center Space is Expanding Rapidly, Hoping for a Rebound in Meetings 19) Security Concerns, Regulations and Costs Complicate Transportation 20) High Speed Passenger Trains, Including Maglev, Gain New Acceptance 21) Self-Check-In Kiosks, RFID and Other New Technologies Save Labor Costs for Airlines and Hotels 22) Las Vegas Hotel Construction Boom Continues, But Housing Sales May Cool 23) The Future of Travel Chapter 2: Airline, Hotel & Travel Industry Statistics Travel Industry Overview Forecasts: Growth in World Tourism, 1995-2020 International Tourist Arrivals, Selected Years: 1995-2020 International Tourism Revenues, Selected Years: 1990-2005 World's Top 10 Tourism Nations by International Arrivals, 2005 World's Top 10 Tourism Nations, 2020 (Forecast) World's Top 10 Tourism Nations by International Tourism Revenues, 2005 World's Top 10 Outbound Tourism Countries, 2020 (Forecast) Average Number of Vacation Days for Employees in Selected Nations U.S. Travel Forecast Summary, 2002-2008 International Visitor Arrivals to the U.S., 2000-2008 Economic Impact of Travel and Tourism in the U.S., 2005 Percent Changes in the U.S. Passenger Transportation Services Index (TSI) from March to March: 1997-2006 U.S. Aviation Forecasts, 2005-2017 Annual Domestic Operating Profit & Loss Margin for Major U.S. Airlines, 2001-2005 Top 10 Airlines, Ranked by 2005 Domestic Enplanements Jet Fuel Prices Jan 1992-Jan 2005 Cruise Line Statistics for North American Carriers, 2003-2005 Top 20 Departure Ports for North American Cruises, 2003-2005 U.S. Highway Vehicle Miles Traveled, 1991-2005 The 20 Largest Hotel Companies, 2005, Worldwide U.S. Lodging Industry: Estimated Revenues and Profits, 1985-2005 U.S. Lodging Industry: Average Hotel Room Rate, 1990-2006 U.S. Lodging Industry: Total Occupancy Percentage, 1996-2006 Estimated Average Daily Expenditures per Convention Delegate, 2006, Major U.S. Cities Chapter 3: Important Airline, Hotel & Travel Industry Contacts (Addresses, Phone Numbers and World Wide Web Sites) Chapter 4: THE TRAVEL 300: Who They Are and How They Were Chosen Industry List, With Codes Index of Rankings Within Industry Groups Alphabetical Index Index of Headquarters Location by State Index of Non-U.S. Headquarters Location by Country Index by Regions of the U.S. Where the Firms Have Locations Index of Firms with Operations Outside the U.S. Individual Profiles on Each of THE TRAVEL 300 Additional Indexes Index of Hot Spots for Advancement for Women/Minorities Index by Subsidiaries, Brand Names and Affiliations