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Publisher: Albany, NY : Peterson's, [2015]
ISBNISSN: 9780768939644, 076893964X
Genre: Handbooks and manuals, Handbooks, manuals, etc
Notes: vii, 935 pages ; 28 cm
Responsibility: Peterson's how to get money for college, 2016 : go beyond federal aid{u2014} get money from your school and state.
Other titles: How to get money for college, 2016
Peterson's 2016 how to get money for college
2016 how to get money for college
Edition: Print book : English : Thirty-third edition
Includes indexes.

"How to Get Money for College is a great resource for anyone looking to supplement his or her federal financial aid package with aid from colleges and universities. This comprehensive directory points you to complete and accurate information on need-based and non-need gift aid, loans, work-study, athletic awards, and more. The unique and easy-to-use Colleges-at-a-Glance comparison chart lists the full costs that can be expected, aid packages, and more for each of more than 2,500 four-year colleges and universities, organized by state." --
Originally published: The Lion Book of Five-minute Bible stories. Oxford, England : Lion Pub., 2004. Creation --
Adam and Eve --
Noah's ark --
Joseph's coat --
Miriam and Moses --
Moses and Pharoah --
The walls of Jericho --
Ruth and Naomi --
Samuel --
David and Goliath --
Elijah and Elisha --
Esther --
Daniel --
Jonah and the whale --
The birth of Jesus --
Jesus at the temple --
John the Baptist --
The twelve disciples --
Jesus welcomes the children --
The first miracle --
Sowing seeds --
The good Samaritan --
Jairus' daughter --
Jesus walks on water --
The little fisherman --
The lost sheep --
The prodigal son --
Zacchaeus --
The last supper --
Jesus lives --
Jesus will return. Each tale in this collection of 20 of the most popular Bible stories for children starts with a brief introduction that sets the background. Children will find stories about the Creation; Adam and Eve; Noah, Babel, Abraham, and Isaac; Joseph; Moses and The Great Escape; David and Goliath; Jonah and the Whale; and many more.--Amazon.com. Introduction --
What depression is and what depression isn't --
Dread --
Depression is ugly --
Lubricating my child --
Are you okay? --
Hepatitis --
Hell --
And on that farm there was a crazy postpartum woman --
Birth experience bingo --
Fuck Dr. Sears, or the fallacy of designer parenting --
Crying it out --
The good therapist --
We're in this together --
Latex --
A tantrum --
Positive thoughts --
The United States of generica --
Hell is other parents --
The parents we are and the parents we wish we were --
Parental advisory --
Me against the music --
Kid rock --
The inevitable remarks about Andrea Yates --
Mama's night out --
Playgroup drinking game --
When you are strong enough --
The toddler travels --
Afterword --
Appendix A: source notes --
Appendix B: where to get help. Title from container.
"Jump start on smart!"--Container.
"New! Spanish track included"--Container.
Special features: We sign kids song track. For teachers and students, grades K-3. Sign and sing along with our instructors to the most requested songs by teachers, utilizing ASL. Helps in the development of language and motor skills. Visions and challenges --
Qualities of transformative worship --
Practical details --
Conclusion --
Appendix : Four transformative worship services --
Resources. "In collaboration with Buddhist Study Center, Honolulu, HI and Buddhist Education Center (BEC), Anaheim, CA"--Title page verso. Literaturverz. S. 569 - 600. Presents a guide to the apps that are available for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Includes index. - Electronic reproduction; Palo Alto, Calif; ebrary; 2013; Available via World Wide Web; Access may be limited to ebrary affiliated libraries. Chapter 1: Discovering LINQPad Chapter 2: Coding in LINQPad Chapter 3: Learning LINQ's Basics Chapter 4: Discovering LINQ Query Operators Chapter 5: Database and Relational Data Chapter 6: Using Other Data Sources Chapter 7: Getting More Out of LINQPad Index Preface Up Chapter 1: Discovering LINQPad Downloading and installing LINQPad Editions available Look and feel of LINQPad The File menu The Edit menu The Query menu The Help menu Configuring LINQPad The Editor tab The Query tab The Results tab The Folders tab The Web proxy tab The Advanced tab Summary Up Chapter 2: Coding in LINQPad Writing your first LINQPad query Query types The C#/F#/VB expression The C# and VB statement The C#, F#, and VB programs SQL/ESQL Referencing additional assemblies Adding it manually Adding it with NuGet Referencing additional namespaces LINQPad s Dump() method Summary Up Chapter 3: Learning LINQ's Basics The fundamentals of LINQ The purpose of LINQ A LINQ query The standard version The LINQ version Query operators Chaining calls One LINQ, two syntaxes Summary Up Chapter 4: Discovering LINQ Query Operators Defining LINQ to objects Query operators Quantifier operations The Any() query operator The All() query operator The Contains() query operator Filtering operations The Where() query operator The OfType() query operator Sorting operations The OrderBy() and OrderByDescending() query operators The ThenBy() and ThenByDescending() query operators The Reverse() query operator Partitioning operations The Take() and TakeWhile() query operators The Skip() and SkipWhile() query operators Summary Up Chapter 5: Database and Relational Data Introducing LINQ to SQL Setting up a database Adding a connection to LINQPad Interacting with the database Looking into the categories Filtering the categories Element operations The First() and FirstOrDefault() query operators The Single() and SingleOrDefault() query operators The Last() and LastOrDefault() query operators The ElementAt() and ElementAtOrDefault() query operators Conversion operations The ToArray() and ToList() query operators The ToDictionary() and ToLookup() query operators Deferred execution Grouping operations The GroupBy() query operator Working with relational data Interactive navigation with LINQPad Projection operations The Select() query operator The SelectMany() query operator Inserting, updating, and deleting data Adding a new entry to the database Updating entries from the database Deleting data from the database Views and Stored Procedures Acknowledging LINQ to SQL limits Summary Up Chapter 6: Using Other Data Sources Handling XML Creating and querying an XML fragment Aggregation operations The Average() and Sum() query operators The Max() and Min() query operators The Count() and LongCount() query operators Using XPath Other operations Discovering Entity Framework Setting up the context Running your first Entity Framework query Join operations The Join() query operator The GroupJoin() query operator Interacting with WCF Data Services Adding a connection to a service Making your first request to the service Summary Up Chapter 7: Getting More Out of LINQPad Customizing LINQPad Customizing the results pane Writing a custom visualizer SQL querying Exporting data Searching your queries Leveraging the Util class Summary