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📒The Index ✍ H. Hotze
✏The Index Book Summary : Devoted to the exposition of the mutual interests, political and commercial, of Great Britain and the Confederate States of America
📒The Index ✍ Kevin Finn
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📒The Index ✍ Robert Lundy
✏The Index Book Summary : An object races across the sky, low, skimming the mountain tops. Something falls to earth and shatters on the hillside. Adam Bly finds it and picks up a piece. What he becomes is awesome and frightening. A different person, having now an overwhelming power that is unbelievable. Such a power, he and his parents realize, could be used to good advantage, perhaps even, to alter the entire course of mankind. Or, in the wrong hands, could turn all civilization into utter chaos. The Third Reich, striving for world domination in world war two, learns, through treason, of Adam?s power. A huge sum is paid, Adam and his father are abducted at gunpoint and spirited away to Germany. Every dire scheme imaginable is used to wrest the power from Adam. Sweet talk promises, threats, prison, intimidation, torture.The space ship lands in Germany, the two space men come in contact with Adam after he and his father succeed in a daring escape from the Nazis. Adam is forced to relinquish the power to the aliens when threatened with terrible torture. Their plot for world domination would be carried out quietly and unnoticed at a given time and would be accomplished in a few hours. Adam and his father are recaptured by the Nazis. Adam learns, with only minutes to spare, what must be done to stop the takeover by the aliens. The takeover is averted but the Nazis refuse to allow Adam to return to America. They are burning for revenge. They want him to suffer. Suffer for the humiliating trauma forced upon them with the devastating power he possessed.Yet he does escape. A plan is devised by US Intelligence. Precise . Daring. He is yanked from under the very noses of the Nazis. They learn of the escape and give chase. Down the Elbe River and into the North Sea using every trick in the book.
📒The Index Trading Course ✍ George A. Fontanills
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📒The Index Trading Course Workbook ✍ George A. Fontanills
✏The Index Trading Course Workbook Book Summary : An indispensable, hands-on companion to The Index Trading Course In The Index Trading Course, financial experts George Fontanills and Tom Gentile provide an in-depth look at the tools and techniques used to trade in this profitable market. Now, in The Index Trading Course Workbook, Fontanills and Gentile offer a wealth of practical exercises that will help further your understanding of index trading, as well as test and apply what you've learned before you take one step into the real markets-where time and money are luxuries you can't afford to lose. The media assignments found in each chapter are especially useful. They'll help you put the material you've read into action by prompting you to access some of the extensive media tools currently available to all traders-including financial papers, magazines, the Internet, and television. This hands-on companion to The Index Trading Course also includes a complete answer key for every multiple-choice question and covers a wide range of issues related to this discipline such as: Core stock market indexes along with the sector offerings from a variety of financial entities Actively traded index products, including exchange traded funds (ETFs), index options, and ETF options Options strategies used for different trends and volatility situations Indicators and systems Trade adjustments The art of risk management
📒The Index Number Problem ✍ Sydney Afriat
✏The Index Number Problem Book Summary : This volume addresses the search for a true price index, the need to know how to convert an amount at one date into the right amount at another date. The longstanding question concerning how such an index should be constructed is known as 'The Index Number Problem'.
📒Stabilization Of The Index For Elliptic Problems ✍ Vitaly Volpert
✏Stabilization of the Index for Elliptic Problems Book Summary :
📒The Index Of Middle English Prose ✍ Ralph Hanna
✏The Index of Middle English Prose Book Summary : 'The Index of Middle English Prose' is an international collaborative project which will ultimately locate, identify and record all extant Middle English prose texts composed between c.1200 and c.1500, in both manuscript and printed form in medieval and post-medieval versions. The first step towards this goal has been this series of 'Handlists', each recording the holdings of a major library or group of libraries. Compiled by scholars, 'Handlists' include detailed descriptions of each prose item with identifications, categorisations and full bibliographical data. Every 'Handlist' will also contain a series of indexes including listings of opening and closing lines, authors, titles, subject matter and rubrics. For students of the middle ages 'Handlists' provide essential bibliographical tools and shed light on a wide range of subjects.
📒Supplement To The Index Of Middle English Verse ✍ Rossell Hope Robbins
✏Supplement to the Index of Middle English Verse Book Summary : Rossell Hope Robbins collaborated with Carleton Brown in the publishing of the Index of Middle English Verse in 1943. With John L. Cutler, associate professor of English in the University of Kentucky, he has now compiled a supplement to the Index incorporating those texts published since 1943. At the same time, the two have completely revised the Index by including in the Supplement texts previously neglected. The number of entries has been increased to 6,000, and more than half of the 4,500 original entries have been revised. In addition to this basic revision, the appendices of the Index have been corrected and enlarged, especially the listing and locating of privately held manuscripts. Cross references have been inserted abundantly to facilitate easy use of the combined works. Additionally, reference has been made to related specialized studies. The large number of new entries is attributable not only to prolonged manuscript research but also to a broadening of the original criteria for the inclusion of poems. Rather than cutting off entries at 1500, which the authors felt impaired the usefulness of the original Index, Robbins and Cutler included genres that had not concluded but continued into the sixteenth century, as well as poems with uncertain dates they felt would be important for scholars. The Supplement overcomes these barriers by including the so-called Scottish Chaucerians, the late fifteenth and early sixteenth century manuscripts such as the "Tudor songbooks," verse items of only two lines, and tombstone and church bras epitaphs.
📒Handlist Xii ✍ Ralph Hanna
✏Handlist XII Book Summary : The Index of Middle English Proseis an international collaborative project which will ultimately locate, identify and record all extant Middle English prose texts composed between c.1200 and c.1500, in both manuscript and printed form in medieval and post-medieval versions. The first step towards this goal has been this series of Handlists, each recording the holdings of a major library or group of libraries. Compiled by scholars, Handlistsinclude detailed descriptions of each prose item with identifications, categorisations and full bibliographical data. Every Handlistwill also contain a series of indexes including listings of opening and closing lines, authors, titles, subject matter and rubrics. For students of the middle ages Handlistsprovide essential bibliographical tools and shed light on a wide range of subjects.