Author: Great Britain
Publisher: The Stationery Office
Release Date: 2004-12-15
These notes refer to the Highways (Obstruction by Body Corporate) Act 2004 (c. 29) (ISBN 010542904X) which received Royal Assent on 15 November 2004. This is a corrected copy is being issued free of charge to all known recipients of the original publication
Author: Janet G. Go
Publisher: Janet Go
Release Date: 2007-01-01
The book covers the authors' visits to forty-one ports in twenty-seven countries on five continents during a 109-day cruise aboard the Queen Elizabeth 2 from January to May 2006. It is a personal account of their amusing and educational experiences, practical information about cruising, and history of the QE2, the world's great ocean liner. The cruise was a celebration of the couple's 75th birthdays.
Author: Francis J. Gardella
Release Date: 2008-11-15
This exciting text for the pre-service elementary teacher provides hands on mathematics lessons they can use to introduce mathematical concepts and skills that students find particularly challenging. Each chapter is divided into four sections: The Activity employs an engaging thought experiment to help the reader "visit a classroom" to understand how the lesson used to introduce the concept or skill would materialize in the class. The Mathematics provides the necessary mathematical background used in the lesson to make the actual teaching/learning situation comfortable for both the teachers and the learner. The Plan provides the reader with an actual lesson plan to engage the Activity in the classroom setting. Putting It All Together pulls the previous sections together with a summary of the chapter as well as further information for making the lesson successful. By providing models of what excellent lessons on a given topic look like, knowledge of the mathematics involved, and a concrete lesson plan structure this much-needed resource is the definitive mathematics planning vehicle that every teacher will want before they set foot in their own elementary classroom.
Have you ever considered how far you walk with your dog? If you walk just 20 minutes a day, you will have walked far enough in your dog's lifetime to cross the United States! With all that walking ahead for you and your dog, aren't you ready for a new place to hike? Pennsylvania Dutch Country author Doug Gelbert has explored area trails to identify the 37 best places to take your dog in an area from Harrisburg to Reading and the Appalachian Trail to the Maryland Border for the A Bark In the Park series. Doug brings back from his adventures generous helpings of local history, architecture, botany and geology. Find a dog park. Also included are: Creating a canine First-Aid hiking kit... Outfitting your dog for a hike... Low impact hiking with your dog... ...and much more. So grab that leash and hit the trail!
Author: Robert Grant
Publisher: Kolthoff Press
Release Date: 2008-07
Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.
Author: P. L. Sachdev
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Release Date: 2009-01-08
This monograph deals with Burgers' equation and its generalisations. Such equations describe a wide variety of nonlinear diffusive phenomena, for instance, in nonlinear acoustics, laser physics, plasmas and atmospheric physics. The Burgers equation also has mathematical interest as a canonical nonlinear parabolic differential equation that can be exactly linearised. It is closely related to equations that display soliton behaviour and its study has helped elucidate other such nonlinear behaviour. The approach adopted here is applied mathematical. The author discusses fully the mathematical properties of standard nonlinear diffusion equations, and contrasts them with those of Burgers' equation. Of particular mathematical interest is the treatment of self-similar solutions as intermediate asymptotics for a large class of initial value problems whose solutions evolve into self-similar forms. This is achieved both analytically and numerically.
Tony, a fledgling Nigerian engineer, found himself in Kuhnhausen, a tiny, desolate town in the defunct East Germany. That was the least the young, intelligent, confident and ambitious man had bargained for. In his plan was London, where he hoped to pursue his dreams. Kuhnhausen threatens to kill those dreams, and he must do something to keep them alive. He has to escape from the town where he meets only rejection and horrendous hostility, but how? Everything seems to be against it. As a never-say-die type of guy with unfaltering determination to change his sudden fate, he manages to find his way to Berlin. There, he disappears into the obscure world of illegal immigrants and frustration, while hopelessness and despair set in. Then he meets Henrietta, the estranged and pretty wife of a rich Russian businessman. An explosive passion erupts, which is, at the same time, dangerous.