Experience the world of orange from a whole new perspective, as the fate of the present and future timelines unfolds from the point of view of the ever-cheerful third wheel, Suwa Hiroto. Reuniting years later in college, Suwa and Naho’s lives have been forever scarred by their experiences in high school. They say time heals all wounds, but sometimes, time is not enough.
Although West Orange is best known for Thomas Edison, there is much more to this New Jersey town than its famous inventor. Through vintage postcards, West Orange explores the town's history from the days of cable cars that once climbed the mountain to the long-gone amusement park at Crystal Lake. Postcards illustrate how Llewellyn Park and Eagle Rock share a common beginning and West Orange once had two train stations. The familiar roads of home come alive as images reveal West Orange's rich history.
Author: P. Curwen
Release Date: 2002-08-15
Genre: Business & Economics
Mobile communications are about to enter the third stage in their development, widely known as 3G. This will bring always-on internet access to mobile devices. This book investigates the history of mobile communications and explores the technological background to 3G in a user-friendly manner. It examines the licensing process throughout the world, and draws conclusions about the prospects for 3G through a comprehensive analysis of the issues that have been raised so far.
As the volume of global Internet traffic increases, the Internet is beginning to suffer from a broad spectrum of performance-degrading infrastructural limitations that threaten to jeopardize the continued growth of new, innovative services. In answer to this challenge, computer scientists seek to maintain the original design principles of the Internet while allowing for a more dynamic approach to the manner in which networks are designed and operated. The Handbook of Research on Redesigning the Future of Internet Architectures covers some of the hottest topics currently being debated by the Internet community at large, including Internet governance, privacy issues, service delivery automation, advanced networking schemes, and new approaches to Internet traffic-forwarding and path-computation mechanics. Targeting students, network-engineers, and technical strategists, this book seeks to provide a broad and comprehensive look at the next wave of revolutionary ideas poised to reshape the very foundation of the Internet as we know it.
Author: Rob Richardson
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
Release Date: 2010
Railroads have been a part of Orange County for over 130 years. The great names of American railroading--Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe; Southern Pacific; and Union Pacific--were firmly planted here by the early 1920s and linked with the largest interurban rail system in the United States, the famed Pacific Electric Railway. Thousands of people passed through Orange County's depots during the 1940s as they came to serve at the many military bases located here during World War II. The names have since changed, and yet the county's rail scene remains as dynamic as ever, with Amtrak, Metrolink, and amusement park railroads joining the Burlington Northern Santa Fe and Union Pacific. Railroad depots, new and old, are located across Orange County and continue on both as vital parts of history and the future of transportation for America's fifth most populated county.
Author: Michael F. Martin
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Release Date: 2010-10
Contents: (1) History of Post-War U.S.-Vietnam Relations and the Agent Orange Issue; (2) U.S. Gov¿t. Assist.; (3) Effects of Agent Orange on Vietnam: History of the Use of Agent Orange in Vietnam.; Estimates of Vietnamese Exposure to Agent Orange; (4) Clean-Up Efforts; (5) Vietnam¿s Assist. to the Victims: Gov¿t. Support; Health Insur. Card; U.S. Civil Suit for Compensation; Vietnamese Amer. and Agent Orange; (6) Other Sources of Assist.: Vietnamese Non-Governmental Assist.; Vietnam Red Cross; Charity Events; Peace Villages; International Sources of Assist.; Ford Fdn.; UNICEF; UNDP; Gates Fdn.; Atlantic Philanthropies; (7) Implications for Bilateral Relations; (8) Issues and Options for Congress. Illustrations.
Author: Marcos Fava Neves
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date: 2012-04-07
The orange juice chain is unique, probably a sui generis commodity. Although several countries produce oranges and juices, two regions in the world are the responsible for around 80% of the production. These are the states of Sao Paulo in Brazil and Florida in the USA. Although the emerging countries are growing in production, the juice consumer is also concentrated in the USA and Europe where more than 90% of consumption takes place. The characteristics of this chain are so unique, that it makes a nice laboratory for academics and business people to exercise strategies, since risk is spread. Orange is a very sensitive plant, and fluctuations in production are notorious. The logistics of this chain are fascinating. The product travels great distances to reach the consumer in a generally safe and efficient way. The industry assets such as vessels and tanks are specific. By reading this book, business people, academics and chain practitioners have an opportunity to understand this chain. and can analyse all of its numbers and economics and exercise strategy building. This is needed since the orange juice market is a stable market in the world, growing only 1% per year, and the production costs of this chain are rising fast, due to structural changes faced by world food and agribusiness companies i.e. labour costs, energy costs, land costs, environmental costs and others. The book will be of interest to all those concerned with agri food chains.
Author: Stuart Y. McDougal
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Release Date: 2003-07-07
Genre: Performing Arts
Stanley Kubrick's 'A Clockwork Orange' brings together critically informed essays about one of the most powerful, important and controversial films ever made. Following an introduction that provides an overview of the film and its production history, a suite of essays examine the literary origins of the work, the nature of cinematic violence, questions of gender and the film's treatment of sexuality, and the difficulties of adapting an invented language ('nadsat') for the screen. This volume also includes two contemporary and conflicting reviews by Roger Hughes and Pauline Kael, a detailed glossary of 'nadsat' and stills from the film.
Erasing The Orange Line, is the sequel to the previous book, The Orange Line. This book is a continuation of their lives, their hopes and dreams after the Championship Football Game in their senior year. Views about segregation changed for some and because of that change, many lives improved. Experience the fun and laughter; the heartbreak and sadness encountered by the troubled years of nineteen fifty and nineteen fifty-one. After graduation, decisions had to be made by young adults concerning their future, but because of the draft their plans took second place to the war in Korea. It was very difficult to plan a future with the Korean Conflict in full swing, therefore, for some, it was just better to volunteer for the service and complete your duty before making plans for the future. Jimmy Ray, (Fatso) and Sammy elected to put their plans on hold and go ahead and enlist in their chosen branch of service. Both were sent to Korea after basic training, where their paths crossed many times. This was a lasting friendship that lasted until tragedy struck because of a war that was not called a war.
Author: Andy Sawyer
Publisher: Liverpool University Press
Release Date: 2000
Genre: Literary Criticism
This wide-ranging volume explores the various dialogues that flourish between different aspects of science fiction: academics and fans, writers and readers; ideological stances and national styles; different interpretations of the genre; and how language and 'voices' are used in constructing SF. Introduced by the acclaimed novelist Brian W. Aldiss, the essays range from studies of writers such as Robert A. Heinlein, who are considered as the "heart" of the genre, to more contemporary writers such as Jack Womack and J. G. Ballard.
This fun notebook is filled with lined pages for your notes, lists, reflections, and more. It has a durable matte softcover in a beautifully designed minimalist modern style with the title Future Broadway Star in pink and orange. And at 6 x 9" with 110 pages, it provides plenty of space to write in while remaining compact and portable. Great gift idea for aspiring actors and actresses!