Timeline

Author: Michael Crichton
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1407099531
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Timeline from the Author: Michael Crichton. An old man wearing a brown robe is found wandering disoriented in the Arizona desert. He is miles from any human habitation and has no memory of how he got to be there, or who he is. The only clue to his identity is the plan of a medieval monastery in his pocket. So begins the mystery of Timeline, a story that will catapult a group of young scientists back to the Middle Ages and into the heart of the Hundred Years' War. Timeline cements Michael Crichton's place as the king of the high-concept thriller, and a master storyteller to boot.

Douglas Gordon

Author: Douglas Gordon
Publisher: The Museum of Modern Art
ISBN: 9780870703904
Size: 14.83 MB
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Douglas Gordon from the Author: Douglas Gordon. A collaboration with Gordon; a collection of images and texts from the past forty years that deal with the idea of visual memory, shared visual knowledge and the interwoven texture of imagined and remembered sounds and images. Also explores the relationship between film and psychoanalysis, and the way these systems of thought have affected the idea of individual biography.

A Timeline Of Warships

Author: Tim Cooke
Publisher: Capstone
ISBN: 1515791963
Size: 48.70 MB
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A Timeline Of Warships from the Author: Tim Cooke. For many centuries, warships were key to a nation's power. Read about how sailing ships fought for control of the oceans and about the coming of iron and steel warships, and find out what life is like in a nuclear submarine.

Cartographies Of Time

Author: Daniel Rosenberg
Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press
ISBN: 1616891726
Size: 59.70 MB
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Cartographies Of Time from the Author: Daniel Rosenberg. Our critically acclaimed smash hit Cartographies of Time is now available in paperback. In this first comprehensive history of graphic representations of time, authors Daniel Rosenberg and Anthony Grafton have crafted a lively history featuring fanciful characters and unexpected twists and turns. From medieval manuscripts to websites, Cartographies of Time features a wide variety of timelines that in their own unique ways, curving, crossing, branching, defy conventional thinking about the form. A fifty-four-foot-long timeline from 1753 is mounted on a scroll and encased in a protective box. Another timeline uses the different parts of the human body to show the genealogies of Jesus Christ and the rulers of Saxony. Ladders created by missionaries in eighteenth-century Oregon illustrate Bible stories in a vertical format to convert Native Americans. Also included is the April 1912 Marconi North Atlantic Communication chart, which tracked ships, including the Titanic, at points in time rather than by their geographic location, alongside little-known works by famous figures, including a historical chronology by the mapmaker Gerardus Mercator and a chronological board game patented by Mark Twain. Presented in a lavishly illustrated edition, Cartographies of Time is a revelation to anyone interested in the role visual forms have played in our evolving conception of history

Alzheimer S Timeline

Author: Brian Bailie
Publisher: eBookIt.com
ISBN: 1456605542
Size: 39.72 MB
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Alzheimer S Timeline from the Author: Brian Bailie. A complete failure. This is how you can expect to feel as you watch your loved one sliding below their incoming tide of confusion. Alzheimer's is probably worse to watch than it is to suffer. If it were a physical affliction, like a broken leg or a heart attack, it would be easier to accept and understand. But it is a sneaky silent thief that intangibly dissolves the mind. Alzheimer's Timeline is an accurate chronicle of 11 years steady decline, from the first noticeable symptoms of confusion, through to total mental and physical immobility. -An honest and candid narrative of how Alzheimer's can affect the sufferer and the family. -Written in the simple language of a layman. -Accurately identifying each stage of regression by date. -Offering you wisdom of hindsight, so that you can avoid making the same mistakes as the author. Prepare yourself and your family practically and emotionally. Understand the potential frustrations of the family and caregivers. Realise the importance of planning ahead. Avoid the many, many mistakes of the author that are described in embarrassing detail. From the hard earned hindsight of the author, learn to make the prudent preparations that will guarantee the most appropriate care for your loved one throughout each regressive stage of Alzheimer's disease.

The Timeline Of Presidential Elections

Author: Robert S. Erikson
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 0226922162
Size: 40.19 MB
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The Timeline Of Presidential Elections from the Author: Robert S. Erikson. In presidential elections, do voters cast their ballots for the candidates whose platform and positions best match their own? Or is the race for president of the United States come down largely to who runs the most effective campaign? It’s a question those who study elections have been considering for years with no clear resolution. In The Timeline of Presidential Elections, Robert S. Erikson and Christopher Wlezien reveal for the first time how both factors come into play. Erikson and Wlezien have amassed data from close to two thousand national polls covering every presidential election from 1952 to 2008, allowing them to see how outcomes take shape over the course of an election year. Polls from the beginning of the year, they show, have virtually no predictive power. By mid-April, when the candidates have been identified and matched in pollsters’ trial heats, preferences have come into focus—and predicted the winner in eleven of the fifteen elections. But a similar process of forming favorites takes place in the last six months, during which voters’ intentions change only gradually, with particular events—including presidential debates—rarely resulting in dramatic change. Ultimately, Erikson and Wlezien show that it is through campaigns that voters are made aware of—or not made aware of—fundamental factors like candidates’ policy positions that determine which ticket will get their votes. In other words, fundamentals matter, but only because of campaigns. Timely and compelling, this book will force us to rethink our assumptions about presidential elections.

An Illustrated Timeline Of Space Exploration

Author: Patricia Wooster
Publisher: Capstone
ISBN: 1404870180
Size: 34.59 MB
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An Illustrated Timeline Of Space Exploration from the Author: Patricia Wooster. Presents a timeline of the history of space exploration, from the earliest astronomers to the creation of satellite and spacecraft technology and the possible future of space travel.

The Illustrated Timeline Of Military History

Author: Glen C. Forrest
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group
ISBN: 144884794X
Size: 17.82 MB
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The Illustrated Timeline Of Military History from the Author: Glen C. Forrest. Chronicles battles, military campaigns, and wars throughout history, from the skirmishes of the first empires of ancient Mesopotamia to the armed conflicts in the Middle East being waged today.

The Illustrated Timeline Of Medicine

Author: Gill Davies
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group
ISBN: 1448847966
Size: 75.61 MB
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The Illustrated Timeline Of Medicine from the Author: Gill Davies. Timeline that spans the history of medicine, from the prehistoric trepanning of skulls to modern microsurgery.