Explorations in Seamless Morphology by edited by Rajendra Singh and Stanley Starosta, in

By edited by Rajendra Singh and Stanley Starosta, in collaboration with Sylvain Neuvel

Textual content offers converging techniques to the research of morphologically advanced phrases: the Montreal strategy, and a monostratal syntactic dependency concept known as 'lexicase'. For theoretical linguists, descriptive grammarians, historic linguists, and lexicologists.

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Klinische Ethik: Mit Fällen (Springer-Lehrbuch) by Christian Hick, M. Gommel, A. Ziegler, P.W. Gaidzik

By Christian Hick, M. Gommel, A. Ziegler, P.W. Gaidzik

Die Klinische Ethik ist das Einsteigerbuch f?r die Ethik der Medizin im Querschnittsbereich 2. Dar?ber hinaus zeigt es den Weg zu ethisch verantwortlichem Handeln im klinischen Alltag. Grundlagen : Patientenverf?gung, Sterbehilfe und Pr?nataldiagnostik. Pro & Contra argumentieren: Ethische Positionen werden ausf?hrlich besprochen und ausgewogen bewertet.- Anschaulich und praxisnah geschrieben, mit zahlreichen Fallgeschichten. Relevant f?r die Praxis : Rechtlicher Kontext zu jedem Thema. - Empfehlungen ?rztlicher Standesvertretungen. - Ethische Konflikte in der medizinischen Ausbildung. - 10 ethische Konfliktf?lle zum ?ben.

Ethik endlich klinisch relevant! 

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Digging for Gold a Story of California by Jr., Horatio Alger, Rolf McEwen

By Jr., Horatio Alger, Rolf McEwen

Excerpt from the hole traces: “Mother, this is often a special day for me,” acknowledged furnish Colburn, as he entered the kitchen with an armful of wooden, and deposited it within the field in the back of the range. His mom seemed up from the desk the place she used to be slicing out pie crust, and requested in shock, “What do you suggest, provide? Why is to-day any diversified from traditional days?” “I am 16 this day, mother!” “So you're, provide. I should have considered it. i'm sorry,” she additional wistfully, “that I haven’t received a gift for you, yet you recognize Mr. Tarbox——” “Is the stingiest guy within the state. convinced, i do know that good enough.” “I really haven’t a cent that i will be able to name my very own, Grant.” “I be aware of that rather well, mom. It was once an unfortunate day for those who married that previous skinflint.” “Don’t name him that, Grant,” acknowledged his mom, with an frightened glance towards the door. “He’s all that, and extra if attainable. while did he offer you any funds last?”

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Waiting for Antichrist: Charisma and Apocalypse in a by Damian Thompson

By Damian Thompson

How can humans think that the supernatural finish of the area lies simply round the nook while, to this point, each such prediction has been proved unsuitable? a few students argue that millenarians are psychologically disturbed; others hold that their desires of paradise on the earth replicate a nascent political wisdom. during this publication Damian Thompson seems to be on the contributors of 1 spiritual team with a powerful apocalyptic tradition--Kensington Temple, a wide Pentecostal church in London--and makes an attempt to appreciate how they reconcile doctrines of the top of the realm with the calls for in their daily lives. He asks such questions as: who's making the argument that the area is set to finish, and on whose authority? How is it communicated? Which individuals are persuaded by means of it? What are the sensible effects for them? How do they rationalize their place? according to vast interviews in addition to a survey of just about 3000 individuals, Thompson unearths latest causes of apocalyptic trust insufficient. even though they profess allegiance to millennial doctrine, he discovers, contributors truly assign a low precedence to the "End Times." The background of millenarianism is affected by unhappiness, Thompson notes, and the lesson has mostly been realized: "predictive" millenarianism--with its dicy time-specific predictions of the end--has been considerably supplanted through "explanatory" millenarianism, which makes use of apocalyptic narratives to give an explanation for beneficial properties of the modern global. such a lot apocalyptic believers, he reveals, are ok with those lower-cost explanatory narratives that don't require them to promote their homes and head for the hills. He does discover a handful of "textbook" millenarians within the congregation--people who're convinced that Jesus will go back of their lifetimes. He concludes that their unusual ideals have been encouraged through their conversion reviews, person psychology, and measure of subcultural immersion. even though a lot has been written approximately apocalyptic trust, Thompson's empirically-based examine is extraordinary. It constitutes an immense breakthrough in our figuring out of this perplexing function of up to date non secular lifestyles.

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The Economist 2010 Dec 18-31 by The Economist

By The Economist

The Economist is a world weekly journal written when you proportion an unusual curiosity in being good and largely proficient. each one factor explores family and foreign concerns, enterprise, finance, present affairs, technology, know-how and the humanities. Your paid subscription to The Economist additionally contains limitless entry to Economist.com and our searchable archive.

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Tectonic Geomorphology by Doug Burbank, Robert Anderson

By Doug Burbank, Robert Anderson

Tectonic geomorphology is the learn of the interaction among tectonic and floor tactics that form the panorama in areas of lively deformation. fresh advances within the quantification of premiums and actual foundation of tectonic and floor tactics have rejuvenated the sphere of tectonic geomorphology. sleek tectonic geomorphology is an exhilarating and hugely integrative box which makes use of strategies and knowledge derived from reviews of geomorphology, seismology, geochronology, constitution, geodesy, and Quaternary weather switch. whereas emphasizing new insights from the decade of analysis, Tectonic Geomorphology studies the basics of the topic which come with the character of faulting and folding, the construction and use of geomorphic markers for tracing deformation, chronological thoughts which date deformation, geodetic innovations for outlining contemporary deformation, and paleoseismologic methods to calibrate earlier deformation. the final concentration of this ebook is on new interpretations of landform evolution and insights at the interaction among floor methods and tectonics that emerge from integrative reports. The authors have built an up to date interpretation of landscapes in tectonically lively environments for upper-level undergraduate and graduate earth technological know-how scholars and working towards geologists. For an instructor's picture financial institution, please visit:http://www.geol.ucsb.edu/faculty/burbankFirst textual content to take a huge interdisciplinary procedure: built-in geomorphology, geophysics, and paleoclimatology. contains the newest technological advances utilized in courting: Uranium sequence and relationship and commentary. Emphasizes the position of floor strategies. specializes in landscapes at assorted time scales. offers powerful insurance on numerical modeling of tectonically lively landscapes. offers the hot ways to calibrating premiums of uplift and erosion. Stresses the tectonics of energetic plate margins in a close but succinct manner. comprises "Chapter introductions," "Chapter summaries," and "References" that toughen ideas and thought in addition to offer extra historical past details.

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