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Author: Bobette Stanbridge
Publisher: [Dunkirk, NY] : Bobette Art Co., 2008.
ISBNISSN: 9780980248401, 098024840X
Genre: Fiction, Juvenile works, Juvenile fiction
Notes: 39 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm.
Responsibility: A joyful day

Julie and a group of her animal friends learn how to be kind to one another, recognize each other's abilities, and have a wonderful day.
"Lead guitarist of the Dark Troubadours, Dayan was renowned for his mesmerizing performances. His melodies stilled crowds, beckoned, seduced. And always he called to her to complete him. Pursued by the fanatics who'd murdered her husband, she was risking her life by keeping more than one secret. Fragile, delicate, vulnerable, she had an indomitable faith that made her fiery surrender to Dayan all the more powerful."--Container. Unabridged.
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Interdependence of Safety and Security.- Achieving Safety through Security Management.- Towards a Unified Approach to Safety and Security in Automotive Systems.- Dependability-by-Contract.- Demonstrating Safety.- Achieving Integrated Process and Product Safety Arguments.- The Benefits of Electronic Safety Cases.- Safety Management.- A Longitudinal Analysis of the Causal Factors in Major Maritime Accidents in the USA and Canada (1996-2006).- A Proactive Approach to Enhancing Safety Culture.- Comparing and Contrasting some of the Approaches in UK and USA Safety Assessment Processes.- Trends in Safety Case Development.- Safety Case Composition Using Contracts - Refinements based on Feedback from an Industrial Case Study.- The Sum of its Parts.- Lessons in Safety Assessment.- Independently Assessing Legacy Safety Systems.- Safety Assessments of Air Traffic Systems.- CARA: A Human Reliability Assessment Tool for Air Traffic Safety Management - Technical Basis and Preliminary Architecture.- High Integrity from Specification to Code.- AMBERS: Improving Requirements Specification Through Assertive Models and SCADE/DOORS Integration.- Formalising C and C++ for Use in High Integrity Systems. Radio Wave Propagation Fundamentals; Contents; Preface; Chapter 1 Introduction; 1.1 Historical Overview; 1.2 Classification of Radio Waves by Frequency Bands; 1.3 The Earth's Atmosphere and Its Structure; 1.4 Classification of Radio Waves by Its Propagation Mechanisms; 1.5 Interferences in RF Transmission Links; Problems; References; Chapter 2 Basics of Electromagnetic Waves Theory; 2.1 Electromagnetic Process; 2.1.1 Maxwell's Equations of Electrodynamics; 2.1.2 Boundary Conditions of Electrodynamics; 2.1.3 Time-Harmonic Electromagnetic Process-Classification of Medi aby Conductivity. 2.2 Free Propagation of Uniform Plane Radio Waves2.2.1 Uniform Plane Wave in Lossless Medium; 2.2.2 Uniform Plane Wave in Lossy Medium; 2.3 Polarization of the Radio Waves; 2.4 Reflection and Refraction of Plane Radio Wave from the Boundary of Two Media; 2.4.1 Normal Incidence on a Plane Boundary; 2.4.2 Oblique Incidence of Vertically Polarized Radio Wave; 2.4.3 Oblique Incidence of Horizontally Polarized Radio Wave; 2.4.4 Reflection of the Radio Wave with Arbitrary Polarization; 2.4.5 Power Reflection and Transmission. 2.4.6 Reflection of the Radio Wave from the Boundary of Nonideal Dielectric Medium2.5 Radiation from Infinitesimal Electric Current Source:Spherical Waves; 2.6 Spatial Area Significant for Radio Waves Propagation; 2.6.1 Principle of Huygens-Kirchhoff; 2.6.2 Fresnel Zones; 2.6.3 Knife-Edge Diffraction; 2.6.4 Practical Applications of the Fresnel Zones Concept; Problems; References; Appendix 2A Useful Mathematical Relations; 2A.1 Trigonometric Equalities; 2A.2 Vector Analysis; Appendix 2B Polarization of Radio Waves; 2B.1 General Approach. Appendix 2C Basic Relations in Infinitesimal Electric Current Source Radiation Analysis2C.1 Helmholtz Equation for Vector Potential; 2C.2 Radiation from the Electric Current Point Source; Appendix 2D Fresnel's Integrals; Chapter 3 Basics of Antennas for RF Radio Links; 3.1 Basic Parameters of Antennas; 3.1.1 Radiation Pattern and Directivity; 3.1.2 Radiation Resistance and Loss Resistance; 3.1.3 Antenna Effective Length and Effective Area of the Aperture; 3.2 General Relations in Radio Wave Propagation Theory; Problems; References. Chapter 4 Impact of the Earth Surface on Propagation of Ground Waves4.1 Propagation Between Antennas Elevated Above the Earth's Surface: Ray-Trace Approach; 4.1.1 Flat Earth Approximation Case Study; 4.1.2 Propagation over the Spherical Earth Surface; 4.1.3 Specifics of Propagation over a Rough and Hilly Terrain; 4.1.4 Optimal Path Clearance and Choice of the Antenna Elevations; 4.1.5 Propagation Prediction Models in Urban, Suburban, and Rural Areas; 4.2 Propagation Between Ground-Based Antennas over the Flat Earth; 4.2.1 Antennas over the Infinite, Perfect Ground Plane. Índice. Originally published: 2012. Section 1 Texts and linguistic theory: Three Models of Language Description, David Graddol; Language and Media - a question of convergence, Oliver Boyd-Barrett; What is a Text?, David Graddol. Section 2 The structure of texts: Spoken and Written Modes of Meaning, M.A.K. Halliday; The Texture of a Text, R. Hasan; Hysterical Style in the Press, R. Fowler; Telling Stories, Allan Bell; Film Language, Graeme Turner; The Visual Accomplishment of Factuality, David Graddol. Section 3 The Problem of Authorship: The Medieval Concept of the Author, A.J. Minnis; The Death of the Author, Roland Barthes; The Authoring of Saussure, Roy Harris; The influence of popular fiction - an oppositional text, Gemma Moss. Section 4 The Role of the Reader: Encoding/Decoding, Stuart Hall; Double Talk in News Broadcasts, Ulrike Meinhof; The Lively Audience, Patricia Palmer; Television Pleasures, John Fiske, [From J. Fiske (1987) "Television Culture"]; Texts, Readers and Contexts of Reading - developments in the study of media audiences, Shaun Moores.