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Cornelia Dean's Making Sense of Science: Separating Substance from Spin is designed to help nonscientists navigate this situation.
"Stop Making Sense," directed by then little-known Jonathan Demme, has become a classic among concert movies with its sleek, unadorned footage of the art-house rockers as they play songs such as "Psycho Killer" and "Burning Down the House."
Wedemeyer proposes a novel approach to understanding--or as he puts it, "making sense of"--these practices and other controversial aspects of Indo-Tibetan Tantra and its history.
Critique: Expertly written and impressively presented, "How to Read the Bible Without Losing Your Mind: A Truth-Seeker's Guide to Making Sense of Scripture" is an ideal instructional guide for the non-specialist general reader with an interest in studying the Bible and integrating that study into their lives.
Stop Making Sense (August 1-4) is a four-day party you won't want to miss.
The Evolution of Modern Metaphysics: Making Sense of Things
Making Sense of Chemical Stories: a briefing for the lifestyle sector on misconceptions about chemicals
Making sense out of the material world is one of humanity's greatest quests; perhaps only second to making sense out of the human mind and heart.
ONE lucky reader and a friend will be whisked off to the Stop Making Sense Festival in The Garden in Petrcane, Croatia, with flights and accommodation at the Villa Lisica hotel ( included.
One lucky winner and a friend will go to the Stop Making Sense Festival with Friendly Fires, The Very Best, Carl Craig & Optimo to get you moving at The Garden in Petrcane, Croatia, with flights and accommodation in the Villa Lisica hotel (
"Making Sense of Decoding and Spelling: An Adult Reading Course of Study" is an evidence-based course of study designed to teach adult learners to decode and spell words more accurately and fluently.
MAKING SENSE OF THE DOLLAR: EXPOSING DANGEROUS MYTHS ABOUT TRADE AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE refutes common notions about gloomy economics and maintains that Americans in many ways are better off than ever, and the dollar remains the strong world currency of choice.