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Mastering Perl for Bioinformatics
Mastering Perl for Bioinformatics
Mastering Perl for Bioinformatics by James D. Tisdall. Rated 3.7 out of 5 stars, with 12 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the javascript category.
Taming The Savage Spreadsheet
Taming The Savage Spreadsheet
Taming The Savage Spreadsheet by Nicholas Bessmer. Rated undefined out of 5 stars, with undefined ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the mogodb category.
SQL: A Beginner's Guide, Fourth Edition
SQL: A Beginner's Guide, Fourth Edition
SQL: A Beginner's Guide, Fourth Edition by Andy Oppel. Rated 3.8 out of 5 stars, with 5 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the mysql category.
The Casual Vacancy (Chinese Edition)
The Casual Vacancy (Chinese Edition)
The Casual Vacancy (Chinese Edition) by J.K.Rowling. Rated 2.7 out of 5 stars, with 3 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the J. K. Rowling category.
Deception: An Alex Delaware Novel
Deception: An Alex Delaware Novel
Deception: An Alex Delaware Novel by Jonathan Kellerman. Rated 4.4 out of 5 stars, with 322 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the John Grisham category.
THE CALL OF THE WILD WEST - Ultimate Western Collection: 175+ Novels & Short Stories in One Volume: Famous Outlaw Tales, Cowboy Adventures, Battles & Gold ... of the Mohicans, Rimrock Trail, Black Jack…
THE CALL OF THE WILD WEST - Ultimate Western Collection: 175+ Novels & Short Stories in One Volume: Famous Outlaw Tales, Cowboy Adventures, Battles & Gold ... of the Mohicans, Rimrock Trail, Black Jack…
THE CALL OF THE WILD WEST - Ultimate Western Collection: 175+ Novels & Short Stories in One Volume: Famous Outlaw Tales, Cowboy Adventures, Battles & Gold ... of the Mohicans, Rimrock Trail, Black Jack… by Zane Grey , Max Brand, et al.. Rated 4.1 out of 5 stars, with 14 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the Stephen King category.
Hearts in Suspension
Hearts in Suspension
Hearts in Suspension by Stephen King, Michael Alpert, et al.. Rated 4.6 out of 5 stars, with 46 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the Stephen King category.
Dolan's Cadillac: And Other Stories
Dolan's Cadillac: And Other Stories
Dolan's Cadillac: And Other Stories by Stephen King , Tim Curry, et al.. Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars, with 35 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the Stephen King category.
The Dark Tower IV: Wizard and Glass
The Dark Tower IV: Wizard and Glass
The Dark Tower IV: Wizard and Glass by Stephen King, Frank Muller, et al.. Rated 4.7 out of 5 stars, with 1574 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the Stephen King category.
American Dirt (Oprah's Book Club): A Novel
American Dirt (Oprah's Book Club): A Novel
American Dirt (Oprah's Book Club): A Novel by Jeanine Cummins. Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars, with 2384 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the Stephen King category.
Python Programming For Beginners: The Updated Guide To Learn Python Programming Step by Step With Practical Examples & The Basics Of Machine Learning. ... Computer Languages In A Few Days. (Vol. 1)
Python Programming For Beginners: The Updated Guide To Learn Python Programming Step by Step With Practical Examples & The Basics Of Machine Learning. ... Computer Languages In A Few Days. (Vol. 1)
Python Programming For Beginners: The Updated Guide To Learn Python Programming Step by Step With Practical Examples & The Basics Of Machine Learning. ... Computer Languages In A Few Days. (Vol. 1) by Bill Steven. Rated 4.6 out of 5 stars, with 30 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the 'Python programming' category.
Beginning C# Databases: From Novice to Professional
Beginning C# Databases: From Novice to Professional
Beginning C# Databases: From Novice to Professional by James Huddleston , Ranga Raghuram, et al.. Rated 4.1 out of 5 stars, with 15 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the 'SQL database' category.
Third Eye: Chakra Healing for Beginners, Third Eye Awakening and Balance Chakras. Methods to Increase Psychic Abilities and Your Energy. Open Your Mind Power to Reduce Anxiety and Depression
Third Eye: Chakra Healing for Beginners, Third Eye Awakening and Balance Chakras. Methods to Increase Psychic Abilities and Your Energy. Open Your Mind Power to Reduce Anxiety and Depression
Third Eye: Chakra Healing for Beginners, Third Eye Awakening and Balance Chakras. Methods to Increase Psychic Abilities and Your Energy. Open Your Mind Power to Reduce Anxiety and Depression by Tracy Balance. Rated 4.7 out of 5 stars, with 40 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the Ruby programming category.
iOS 4 in Action: Examples and Solutions for iPhone & iPad
iOS 4 in Action: Examples and Solutions for iPhone & iPad
iOS 4 in Action: Examples and Solutions for iPhone & iPad by Jocelyn Harrington, Brandon Trebitowski, et al.. Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars, with 3 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the Objective-C programming category.
Jeff Bezos (Technology Pioneers)
Jeff Bezos (Technology Pioneers)
Jeff Bezos (Technology Pioneers) by Jennifer Strand. Rated undefined out of 5 stars, with undefined ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the "Jeff Bezos" category.
Boxer98 Women's Hoodies Michigan State MSU University Ash
Boxer98 Women's Hoodies Michigan State MSU University Ash
The design is nice, but flat as a transferred image. The sweatshirt itself is soft and cute, but not the thickest. The greatest issue is the very large discoloration/stain across the entire front of it from the image transfer. Because of this, I have to return. The seller is requesting evidence in a photo upload before refunding.
Brian Eno's Another Green World (33 1/3 series)
Brian Eno's Another Green World (33 1/3 series)
Geeta Dayal's "Another Green World" contribution to the 33 1/3 collection is invaluable. It's a knock out, really. The book is like a tiny manifesto for struggling creative individuals who find themselves perplexed and frustrated in any number of fields as diverse as music, business management, visual arts and on and on. Business management may seem a stretch, but when you consider "cybernetics" which has had a major impact on Brian Eno's organizational skills, the connection doesn't seem so tenuous.
Dayal's book reads like a philosophical treatise in the way "Zen And The Art of Motorcycle Maintenance" informs its readers of philosophy without coming off as the least bit didactic. You know, the college professor lectures, and you pretend to dutifully listen and take notes as you doodle. The reader is kind of thrown into Dayal's elaborations, expansions, and amplifications on "Another Green World," and you learn a few things about Dayal in the process.
For example, Dayal is every bit the experimentalist as Eno. The author suggests playing selections of "Another Green World" and "Discrete Music" at half and quarter speeds on either turn tables or on tape machines. Dayal also suggests playing Eno's music in combos: tracks from Discrete Music played at the same time as "Music For Airports." I thoroughly enjoyed this inventiveness bordering on the playful that Eno and by extension, Dayal, engage in. I suppose, if you can't have fun in your work, then you're missing out on something. Eno and Dayal have made me more familiar with this idea of loving what you do, and doing what you love, although, it's not the first time I've encountered what, at surface seems like a New Age cliche' for folks struggling with a loss of meaning in their work. Interesting that Brian Eno mentions suffering a midlife crisis starting at age 19, and continuing unabated, for the last forty years of his life! He often asks himself, "Is any of this art that I'm doing really worth the time and effort?" If anything, Eno is honest with himself. He possesses that deep philosophical strain found in most civilizations.
There isn't an exact chronological order to this book. It kind of ping pongs from interviews with Eno in the 1980's and 1990's to extended interviews with session players and colleagues of Eno who give the book a flavor of current happenings. By this I mean, there is an immediacy to some of the interviews, that makes one feel as though the recording sessions were taking place earlier in the day. There's a real vibrancy on offer in Dayal's critique.
As mentioned in several reviews for the 33 1/3 series, these books are intended for people who are passionate about their albums/cds. The general sense I get is that as people mature and sharpen their intellectual skills in their 30's/40's/50's, they desire a more sophisticated approach or at least a defense as to why these albums matter to them. They need a structural approach to the material that inspired so much passion,and infused their existence with meaning. Gayeet Dayal lends the vocabulary necessary to articulate what it is that this music does for the listener. It's a very commendable book on that score.
Hormel Compleats Meatloaf & Gravy with Mashed Potatoes, 9 Ounce (Pack of 6)
Hormel Compleats Meatloaf & Gravy with Mashed Potatoes, 9 Ounce (Pack of 6)
I have tried several of the different Hormel Compleats meals, and they're usually pretty good. They make a quick, inexpensive meal for lunch or even dinner, with a vege side. The Chicken Breast with Rib Meat and Mashed Potatoes with gravy is my favorite. It's delicious. The chicken is tender and flavorful, the mashed potatoes are good, and the gravy is certainly better than my own. This is good even if I'm not in a hurry.

I've stocked up on the Hormel Compleats recently during the pandemic because I'm concerned about going out to the stores to pick up fresh foods. I'm 66 and have asthma and am in a relatively "hot zone", so staying at home seems like a good idea. Even after this is over, I'll continue to buy the Hormel Compleats for a quick meal, but the Chicken Breast with Rib Meat and Mashed Potatoes is going to stay on my menu. It's really that good.
One Piece, Vol. 14: Instinct
One Piece, Vol. 14: Instinct
Volume 14 continues the Little Garden story arc. The giants are down, and Zoro, Vivi, and Nami have been captured by Mr. 3. It's up to Luffy to save them. But things are never so easy.

I agree with the other review in that most of Luffy's crew don't do much in this volume. But for me, one of the highlights of Little Garden is that it creates a strong sense of danger and suspense that the series doesn't often generate. Usually, the bad guys are little more than annoying obstacles to whatever Luffy's main goal is. Here the threat feels real, and with half the crew about to be suffocated in wax, you know time is running out. Mr. 3 is one of the single most effective enemies in the series.

We also get great character development. Usopp again shows a bit of cleverness that makes his battles so entertaining. And the volume's title "Instinct" refers to one of the best Luffy moments in the series.

A great volume. So why did 4Kids skip it?
Material Girl: The Fancy Lives of the Lear Sisters, Book 1
Material Girl: The Fancy Lives of the Lear Sisters, Book 1
I bought this book as part of an Amazon special and am not interested enough to purchase the rest of the books in this series. The book was well written, but I didn't particularly care what happened to any of the characters.

Robin was a vapid twit who I was repeatedly assured had a good heart, but I didn't see much evidence of it (despite her magical ability to connect to a teenage boy and turn him into a well adjusted, nice guy in the space of two conversations). Her thought process about her job made me angry - I was supposed to be on her side after how irresponsible and selfish she was? Her inability to do any kind of research or preparation for the deals she was supposedly making was just ridiculous.

Jake was a nice enough guy, I suppose, despite his rage issues when dealing with his mother and nephew. I never really got the feeling that he actually *liked* Robin, as most of his thought process was focused on her backside (despite his numerous thoughts about how she was too skinny).

The obstacles to their relationship were ones that any half functional adult would dismiss within a minute or two, or actually - and this will probably be a crazy idea for a romance novel - talk to each other about! Instead, these two managed to draw them out into major problems. Robin's father was such a caricature that it was difficult to take him seriously. The similarities between father and daughter were the only well drawn relationship in the book, I thought - I could easily believe that someone as selfish and head-up-his-ass as Aaron could have a daughter like Robin.

While I didn't hate it, I was left completely uninterested in the second and third books in the series and glad that I hadn't paid full price for the book.
Trailing Louis L'Amour from California to Alaska (Trailing Louis L'Amour)
Trailing Louis L'Amour from California to Alaska (Trailing Louis L'Amour)
Don't wast your money on this book. I couldn't make it past the second chapter, the disjointed irrelevant writing is horrible. Every other paragraph is about some different subject, and most have nothing to do with Trailing Louis L'Amour. There are many misspelled words, and some locations are completely mis named. The author calls the San Jacinto Mountians the "San Joquain" Mountians, and Panamint Valley "Panama Valley." He comments on L'Amour's detailed research, yet it is obvious he didn't spend much time on research himself.
The Oracle (A Sam and Remi Fargo Adventure)
The Oracle (A Sam and Remi Fargo Adventure)
One thing I really love in a novel is when it awakens memories of past adventures in my life. And, this one did from the beginning with the archaeological dig. (I spent over 10 years in Spain while in the US Navy and on my free weekends, went to the Roman ruins near Sevilla, Italica, and also the Acinipo near Ronda. There were many more but those two I fell in love with early...)

This is a real page-turner, for sure. The mystery surrounding the curse coupled with multiple adventures for Sam and Remi Fargo take the reader on a real gallop in Nigeria...Wow, is an under statement!

The words 'Saturn holds the wheels' was the beginning of the words in the curse. Will the curse finally be broken?

The characters are well-defined and the addition of Nasha and Amal both contributed to the plot.. Lots of action within these pages coupled with twists and turns make this an exciting novel.

In addition, I loved the African proverbs at the beginning of each chapter.. One of my favorites was 'Patience can cook a stone.' The school for the girls also presented the reader with a backdrop for more intense excitement and mayhem.

One thing that made me laugh was Lazlo's statement about voting....He said 'Always two to one. Why do we bother to vote?'

Add the crisp clear dialogue and it makes this a 5 star read for me. Loved the characters, the plot and the interaction between the Sam and Remi Fargo and the rest of their team.

Most highly recommended.
スティール・ボール・ラン #3 ジャンプコミックス (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part 7, Steel Ball Run #3: 2nd Stage Arizon Desert Crossing)
スティール・ボール・ラン #3 ジャンプコミックス (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part 7, Steel Ball Run #3: 2nd Stage Arizon Desert Crossing)
レース第2部。ディエゴとジョジョがチームを組み、謎の殺人者がディエゴの敵として出現します。
ディエゴのボールなどにその片鱗は出ていたのですが、この巻ではっきりとスタンドが姿、能力ともに描かれるます。
劇中ではこれまでの「能力」ではなく、時代を反映してか、「呪い」とされていますが…。
2巻までの冒険小説から、これまでのジョジョ第3部~第6部までのスタンスに近い感じに戻っています。
2部までが好きだったファンとしては少し残念です…。
Marriage: To Claim His Twins: A Secret Baby Romance (Needed: The World's Most Eligible Billionaires Book 3)
Marriage: To Claim His Twins: A Secret Baby Romance (Needed: The World's Most Eligible Billionaires Book 3)
I usually like Penny Jordan, but this book had more of her inside-the-head-reflective talking than I can usually tolerate.

And the H was an absolute autocratic jerk. Demanding (in a bad way, like a sulky child wanting a treat), arrogant (in a horrible way, meaning that not only does he not even consider the needs of others, but he stomps all over them, squishing them like slugs on a sidewalk), and he pretty much forces his attentions on the h (demanding intimacy, but they never even really had an established chemistry, and the h only ever feels fear and panic from him to the point that she's pretty much anorexic and trembles and is nauseated with headaches the first half of the book). This was not really my kind of book.

The elements were here, all the familiar tropes, but they were twisted into disfunction and didn't work for me. I much preferred Penny Jordan's "The Boss's Marriage Arrangement", which was witty, funny in all the right ways, hot, and a head trip (meaning your emotions got involved).

I gave it 2 stars because I usually like Penny Jordan, she'll take you on an emotional roller coaster ride, but not in this one. The only think I felt was distaste. The only reason why I read the book is that I couldn't fall asleep, and even then I put it down at 25% because I was bored. Then I got up again from trying to sleep (at midnight) and skimmed the rest of the book to while away the time until I could fall asleep.
Feed
Feed
I was looking forward to this film since I heard it was a unique portrayal of anorexia, focusing on the way it can manifest as a progressively persuasive voice in your head. It definitely did that. But her relationship with her brother was verging on incestual. The film also had some triggering elements once the eating disorder was in full swing, but nothing with that came close to the weirdness with Liv and her brother. Other than that, the acting was good, but the mainfestation of the ED itself wasn't very realistic (the character somehow had a surplus of energy despite not eating, had impeccable grades, didn't attempt to hide her food habits, and was accepted into a residental unit after only experiencing symptoms for 3 months)
The Wipers Times
The Wipers Times
Ben Chaplin & Rhind-Tutt are superb.

I think Wipers gives a better, more balanced look at life in the trenches during WWI than bigger, better known films such as 1917 do.

For example, in Wipers you can see that the officers seem pretty well supplied with whisky, wine and beer, & that the enlisted men get a daily ration of rum, too. This is historically accurate from what I've read. The front door of Fortnum & Mason's in London was only about 50 miles behind the British trenches. An officer (or an enlisted man, if he could afford it) could get fancy picnic food and cigars delivered within 3 days or so, usually.

Thus, Wipers offers a nice counterweight to the usual "all mud & blood, all the time" spectacle. Not that there wasn't plenty of mud & blood to go around, mind you, but Wipers shows that aspect also.

Men in the trenches believed they could survive & go home some day, & most of them did. I think many people have seen so many movies about the horrors of war that they unconsciously conflate WWI trenches with Nazi extermination camps-- a place you just got sent to & then waited for death. Wipers is a useful corrective.
Perfect Practice: How to Build a Successful Functional Medical Business, Attract Your Ideal Patients, Serve Your Community and Get Paid What You're Worth
Perfect Practice: How to Build a Successful Functional Medical Business, Attract Your Ideal Patients, Serve Your Community and Get Paid What You're Worth
I do not doubt that Mr. Patel gave everything he had to write this book. The problem is that he tries to discuss too many things, with a broad focus, with a shallow depth of field.

He also focuses more on the online side of the business (the fluff). Nowadays, everybody seems to have a dizzying array of online footprint, from social media to digital workshops, from tribes to communities, webinars, signature programs, sales funnels, avatars, everybody is giving speeches... But, building a successful online personality took years even for one as gifted as Brendon Burchard, and it gets harder and more competitive every minute. Casey Neistat had three guys working on his uploads that I could count. How could anyone start practicing chase all these suggestions on top of actually seeing patients in an office?

My point is that building a medical practice should be more of building a medical practice than a massive non-paying online following. While telemedicine will be growing exponentially in the future, it is meeting the patients one on one and the word of mouth that seems to be the most effective.

I would recommend Mr. Patel to try to focus on less and go to greater detail on these suggestions.

The link in the book appears to be dead. (I am also a little confused. While Patel fills 20 % of this booklet with the chapter "My Journey," it is still not clear how he ended up in Canada after starting multiple practices in the USA.)
Sell 100+ Homes A Year: How We Use Engagement Marketing, Technology and Lead Gen to Sell 100+ Homes A Year, Every Year!
Sell 100+ Homes A Year: How We Use Engagement Marketing, Technology and Lead Gen to Sell 100+ Homes A Year, Every Year!
I bought this book because I was curious about the psychology behind real estate sales. After opening the book, I was pleasantly surprised to see that the author's focus is on serving rather than taking. My perception had been that most real estate agents desired nothing more than to make maximum commissions with limited effort.

The author provides a new way of looking at real estate. She wants to inform, educate and provide value to the community and hopefully encourage those in contact with her to do the same. From her vantage point, buying or selling a house is an opportunity to learn, grow, and elevate the community.

I would recommend the book to new real estate agents, to those who feel they need a refresher course on how to become more effective and more helpful, and to those outside the industry who are interested in learning more about the real estate industry
Boba Wrap Baby Carrier, Hali - Original Stretchy Infant Sling, Perfect for Newborn Babies and Children up to 35 lbs
Boba Wrap Baby Carrier, Hali - Original Stretchy Infant Sling, Perfect for Newborn Babies and Children up to 35 lbs
Before buying Boba wrap I spoke to my friends who bought it and all of them said that was the best thing happened to them. So I believed them and decided to give a go. At first I thought it's quite expensive for piece of material, but when I tried it I changed my mind! it is worth every penny!
When I had second baby my firstborn was still using buggy and I didn't want to buy a new double one. So I have chosen Boba wrap.
Boba wrap is made of high quality French terry material which contains 95% cotton and 5% spandex and it can support children up to 35
Supports children up to 35 pounds and also babies who were born prematurely as there is no minimum weight requirement. You always have your hands free and can do whatever you like. it helped me to play with my older daughter, cook, clean etc. I am a big lady and was worried it won't be enough material for me but I was wrong. even my friend who is size 28 tried Boba wrap and it fitted no problem. The fabric is really stretchy and it is great for hassle-free nursing if needed.
Boba offers a great variety of colours but this is not the most important part. This wrap supports baby’s head, neck, hips and legs – especially when asleep, places no pressure points on developing hips, spine or pelvis. Enables kangaroo care – premature infants thrive in a Boba Wrap. Boba wrap fits all adults and there is no digging straps or poking buckles or buttons. Very easy to take care of it, jus wash and tumble dry and you are ready to go. It also offers a natural sleep solution – the most natural way to put baby to sleep with parent’s warmth, voice, scent, movement and heartbeat. Provides longer periods of restful sleep - my baby was sleeping 4 hours without any breaks. Fabric is very soft and delicate to baby's skin. One of the most important things in my opinion is that baby's father can help too and carry baby when needed. My husband was very proud of doing that. Our baby was calmer and I feel great too. This wrap was purchase of the year. If I ever have a baby again I would buy Boba wrap without doubts.
Sadness and Short Bliss: Plus the undefined
Sadness and Short Bliss: Plus the undefined
I usually don't read that much but recently I have been trying to change that. I absolutely loved this body of work, it has me thinking about times when I've had similar thoughts and feelings. So relatable and thought provoking, I highly recommend this to anyone who like me was looking for something different and meaningful.
Lakrids by Bülow NO 3 - Licor de confitería danés
Lakrids by Bülow NO 3 - Licor de confitería danés
Extra für diesen Preis Qualität gegönnt.
Verpackung (Plastikdose): Schutzfolie unter Schraubdeckel bereits zu ca. 75 % abgerissen.

Inhalt: Heillos verklebter Klumpen. Alles pappt zusammen.

Geschmack: Banal fruchtig. Kein Lakritz-Geschmack. lol

Ausschußware. Unglaublich. Nepper, Schlepper, Bauernfänger. Richtig sauer.
Haribo Balla-Balla Negros Gominolas - 1000 gr
Haribo Balla-Balla Negros Gominolas - 1000 gr
No buscaba esto. Quería regaliz pero fue lo encontré por Amazon, me anime para ayudar a pasar el confinamiento, en las tardes de sofá. De sabor regular pero cunde mucho los 500 grs. y cumplió bien el objetivo que buscaba, un capricho en el confinamiento, ya que las tiendas de chuches estaban cerradas.

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