The Year in Review: The World Almanac
takes a look back at 2017 month by month featuring national, international and general news and information.
is predicting heavy precipitation events through January, February and March.
Critique: Informative, insightful, thoughtful and thought-provoking, "The Patient's Resource and Almanac
of Primary Care Medicine" is alphabetically organized by topic, with nurse Agnes Oblas essays covering Antioxidants and CoQ; to Blood Clots, Earwax, Food Poisoning, Peanut Butter, Sugar Substitutes, Tuberculosis, and so much more
Other sections include "Public Safety,'' with information on police and fire efforts; "Transportation,'' including data on road, rail, and air activity; "Arts, Culture, Sports,'' reviewing annual tourism and cultural activity; and finally, like any good almanac
Greater depth of coverage local contacts: Power Almanac
s full-time research team covers more than 21,000 local governments, including 97% of those serving a population of 1,000 or more.
Copies of the Almanac
are being made available by the Association with no shipping charge.
Realty team is pleased with the closing of Fund VI, as we continue to find attractive investment opportunities for this fresh capital," said Matthew Kaplan, managing partner of Almanac
Realty Investors LLC.
Old Moore's Almanac
has been around for two-and-a-half centuries.
This year, for the first time, the almanac
includes data on graduation rates for part-time students as well as full-time students - numbers the Tribune will update later Tuesday in its graduation rate interactive.
predicts that if a girl gets her first menstruation after sunset, she will become a prostitute.
Before even turning to the "Introduction" in the Almanac
, Plunkett provides 20+ pages of definitions in a short biotech and genetics industry glossary.
Use the almanac
data and continent maps to write a brief essay comparing and contrasting two nations from the same continent.