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Positive Options For Colorectal Cancer: Self-Help And Treatment by colorectal cancer survivor Carol Ann Larson accessibly and understandably explains just how to cope with the disease and obtain the best treatments that modern medicine has to offer.
Written by Sara Pistoia (an experienced classroom teacher), each volume is enhanced with full-color photos accessibly illustrating intangible concepts.
In this rigorous, but accessibly written guide, he brings a deep knowledge of traditional public policy, and the complex institutional systems around it, together with a close understanding of current sustainability issues.
Key Concepts in Psychoanalysis accessibly introduces the core psychoanalytic concepts.
Berard adds that the products were designed to be functional, simple to use, and accessibly priced.
While Rand was hardly the first philosopher to advocate an ethos of individualism, reason, and self-interest, no one formulated it as accessibly or persuasively as she did--or as passionately.
If stored correctly and accessibly, the value of fixed content data does not change over time.
It can describe, entertain, re-assure and frighten ( sometimes all within a few bars ( and speaks accessibly in purely musical terms.
This fourth volume in the distinguished Driskell series has many captivating images of his work, as well as scholarly but accessibly written text and notes that give a deep understanding of the artist.
In the "Oxen of the Sun" episode Joyce traversed the world of "English" style, not necessarily accessibly; here, Mitchell traverses narrative modes and styles accessibly, carrying out the idea of the evil of domination, in the process satirizing our corporate world and its greed.
Though Fox has a midseason replacement series, ``Wonderfalls,'' that pursues the same themes in a more accessibly comic fashion, Hall crafts her deity as something of a humanist and couches his wisdom in comic aphorisms, such as, ``Humility isn't actually humility unless you're good enough at something to be humble.
Although at times he belabors his points, Stiglitz's arguments come across clearly and accessibly, even to noneconomist readers.

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