... COLLector toNiGHT AND ALways the LiAr The Obsession Circle Trilogy MoRRIGAN's CROSS DANCE OF THE GODS walley or silence Sign of Seven Trilogy BLOOD BROTHERS THE HOLLOW the PAGAN STONE Bride Quartet VISION IN WHITE bed or Roses SAVOR ...
Author: Nora Roberts
#1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts presents a novel of love, friendship, and family in Book One in the Bride Quartet. Wedding photographer Mackensie "Mac" Elliot is most at home behind the camera, but her focus is shattered moments before an important wedding rehearsal when she bumps into the bride-to-be's brother...an encounter that has them both seeing stars. A stable, safe English teacher, Carter Maguire is definitely not Mac's type. But a casual fling might be just what she needs to take her mind off bridezillas. Of course, casual flings can turn into something more when you least expect it. And Mac will have to turn to her three best friends—and business partners—to see her way to her own happy ending. Don't miss the other books in the Bride Quartet Bed of Roses Savor the Moment Happy Ever After
White matter microstructure In grey matter, water molecules diffuse in different directions; however, in white matter they diffuse along the length of axons, since the hydrophobic myelin restricts movement.
Author: Brandon R Macias
Publisher: World Scientific
Fluid distribution during spaceflight and impact on brain and vision health is an emerging field of high-priority research in the NASA human space program. International Space Station astronauts have developed ocular refraction changes during prolonged spaceflight. Within this book, experts review current data related to fluid shifts during microgravity exposure and the impact of fluid shifts on astronaut health. This work also compares current astronaut health problems with Earth-based health conditions such as elevated intracranial pressure and glaucoma. Chapters include discussion of altered fluid distribution, including intracellular and extracellular fluid shifts, eye morphology and vision disturbances, and intraocular pressure. In addition, chapters will include a discussion of advanced non-invasive technologies to investigate the abovementioned fluid volume and pressure variables. As such, the book aims to bridge health professionals, researchers, and science professionals by a presentation of ophthalmology topics critical to future human space exploration, thus providing new perspectives to solve emerging brain and eye disease on Earth and in Space.
The British passed restrictive laws that suppressed most Blacks, took away most of their land, and made them dependent on Europeans in order to make them subservient to White Rule.12 Regehr13 on the other hand, argued that during this ...
Author: Rodney Ragwan
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
The work of American Baptist missionaries among the Telugu people in India in the nineteenth century came to fruition in 1897, when Telugus established their own indigenous missionary organization, the Telugu Home Missionary Society. Six years later, in 1903, the society took the highly ambitious step of sending one of its own, John Rangiah, to South Africa as a missionary to work among Telugus who'd gone to that country as indentured laborers. Vision in Progress tells the story of Indian Baptists' work in South Africa, work mitigated by the negatives influences of colonialism and racism, manifested by the openly racist South African doctrine of apartheid. It examines the values, missions philosophy, and struggles of John Rangiah and of others--men and women--who have shaped the history of Indian Baptists in South Africa up to this day. In telling this story, the author provides a thorough history of the organization Indian Baptists formed--the Baptist Association of South Africa--and its friction-filled efforts to work alongside other Baptist groups. Informational and inspirational, Vision in Progress serves ultimately as a testimony of people of great faith who were up against tremendous odds.
Author: York Conference on Spatial Vision in Humans and RobotsPublish On: 1993
York Conference on Spatial Vision in Humans and Robots, Institute of Space and Terrestrial Science. ... In particular , the second generative model makes it more expensive for parts of an instantiated digit model to lie in white space .
Author: York Conference on Spatial Vision in Humans and Robots
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
A book of great interest both to biological researchers and also to designers of robots and computer vision systems.
Author: Vítor Oliveira JorgePublish On: 2009-01-14
I focused my study on six areas of the site: (a) The Berkeley Archaeologists at Çatalhöyük (BACH) tent ~ A permanent structure, the tent is an aluminum frame covered in white PVC plastic. (b) The research team from Posnan, Poland, ...
Author: Vítor Oliveira Jorge
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Category: Social Science
Archaeology is intimately connected to the modern regime of vision. A concern with optics was fundamental to the Scientific Revolution, and informed the moral theories of the Enlightenment. And from its inception, archaeology was concerned with practices of depiction and classification that were profoundly scopic in character. Drawing on both the visual arts and the depictive practices of the sciences, employing conventionalised forms of illustration, photography, and spatial technologies, archaeology presents a paradigm of visualised knowledge. However, a number of thinkers from Jean-Paul Sartre onwards have cautioned that vision presents at once a partial and a politicised way of apprehending the world. In this volume, authors from archaeology and other disciplines address the problems that face the study of the past in an era in which realist modes of representation and the philosophies in which they are grounded in are increasingly open to question.
Author: Michael CharlesworthPublish On: 2017-07-05
The pink cherubic section of the painting just below the globes and to their right shows a vision of one part of Medea's revenge against her faithless lover, Jason: it shows a child mounting a chariot that is drawn by a white dragon.
Author: Michael Charlesworth
A study of the ways landscape was perceived in nineteenth-century Britain and France, this book draws on evidence from poetry, landscape gardens, spectacular public entertainments, novels and scientific works as well as paintings in order to develop its basic premise that landscape and the processes of perceiving it cannot be separated. Vision embraces panoramic seeing from high places, but also the seeing of ghosts and spectres when madness and hallucination impinge upon landscape. The rise of geology and the spread of empires upset the existing comfortable orders of comprehension of landscape. Reverie and imagination produced powerful interpretive actions, while landscape in French culture proved central to the rejection of conservative classicism in favour of perceptual questioning of experience. The experience of subjectivity proved central to the perception of landscape while the visual culture of landscape became of paramount importance to modernity during the period in question.
GENTLEMAN IN WHITE : ( Blows through his hol- lowed hand . ) SECRETARY : ( Excited . ) Haven't you heard of the gas we produce ? GENTLEMAN IN WHITE : ( Also shows excitement . ) SECRETARY : Coal - and water - power are out of date .
Author: Herman George Scheffauer
The essence of expressionism.--The vivifying of space.--A candidate for immortality [Otto Braun]--The machine as slave and master.--The "absolute" poem--A pæau against the age.--The architecture of aspiration.--The visible symphony.--Figures of war and forces of death.--The laughing synthesis.--Activistic architecture.--The dynamic dramatist.--The intensive Shakespeare.--The chromatic "Othello"--The drama on fire.--"The machine-storemers."--The organization of the spirit
1989. Color vision in the white-tailed deer. Psychological Record 39:195–201. Smith, M. H., H. O. Hillestad, R. Baccus, and M. N. Manlove. 1984. Population genetics. In White-tailed Deer Ecology and Management, ed. L. K. Halls, 119–128.
Author: David G. Hewitt
Publisher: CRC Press
Winner of the Wildlife Society Outstanding Edited Book Award for 2013!Winner of the Texas Chapter of The Wildlife Society Outstanding Book Award for 2011!Winner of a CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title Award for 2011!Biology and Management of White-tailed Deer organizes and presents information on the most studied large mammal species in the world. T
Author: Mary Ellen SnodgrassPublish On: 2009-12-14
myLifetime.com/on-tv/ movies/nora-roberts/vision-in-white-excerpt). A glimpse of First Impressions at chapters.indigo.ca, a Canada-wide wholesaler, and of J. D. Robb's Conspiracy in Death and of Roberts's Northern Lights, ...
Author: Mary Ellen Snodgrass
Category: Literary Criticism
This book offers an overview of the contributions of author Nora Roberts to the popular literary market. • Details models of dialogue, slang, and humor, illustrating Nora Roberts's intuitive replication of human quandaries and compromises • Includes a timeline of Nora Roberts's life and career, which began in 1979 with a novel and magazine story and advanced to story anthologies, novellas, romances, sagas, trilogies and quartets, Gothic romance, and futuristic thrillers