Genetic Turning Points

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  • Author : James C. Peterson
  • Publisher : Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
  • Pages : 364 pages
  • ISBN : 9780802849205
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Genetic Turning Points

Genetic Turning Points
  • Author : James C. Peterson
  • Publisher : Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
  • Release : 08 December 2021
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"Genetic Turning Points is an outstanding study of the problem of genetic engineering and related ethical issues. It addresses difficult and sometimes technical matters in a style that is both clear and scholarly, and it provides valuable insights into issues that are being thrust to the fore by scientific progress. Genes store the directions for all life on earth. If you want to know where we might be going, read this book. It is a road map that can save

Turning Points

Turning Points
  • Author : Terry W. Bettis
  • Publisher : AuthorHouse
  • Release : 07 June 2012
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Terry W. Bettis has published two books: "Guards at the Gate and co-authored The Spiral Notebook, transcribed from her diary, written by Billie K. Bettis. His passions to seek out the stories of history and current events is without question as to his motives. Ever wonder what is happening to our country? In Turning Points; Terry W. Bettis, takes you through the history of this country, looking at how through the years our Republic has had its ups and downs.

Turning Points

Turning Points
  • Author : Julia Ogilvy
  • Publisher : Lion Books
  • Release : 19 August 2011
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When tragedy touched Julia Ogilvy's life, she found herself reassessing the way she lived. Married into a life of privilege - her wedding was attended by the Queen and Princess of Wales - and recently acclaimed Business Woman of the Year, she took the decision to leave her career to found a charity. Her story provides a powerful example of how a successful and glamorous life does not always bring peace - and how her new role gives her the

Turning Points

Turning Points
  • Author : Diego De Leo
  • Publisher : Australian Academic Press
  • Release : 08 December 2021
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In this remarkable book, Professor Diego De Leo, distinguished Italian psychiatrist and world leading researcher into suicide prevention, takes us on a revealing journey into the suicidal mind. Told in the form of letters, twelve life stories disclose much about the human spirit, as well as the deep complexities of suicidal behaviour and the struggle for science to understand - in the words of the author - "the worst of all human tragedies". Diego adds his own honest interpretations and

Turning Points

Turning Points
  • Author : Alisa Belzer
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release : 29 September 2017
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Milestones for adult basic education include: It was first federally funded in 1964. The National Literacy Act passed in 1991. The Workforce Investment Act (WIA) of 1998 was enacted. The field then remained relatively static until 2014 when: a new version of the GED® test was launched, new content standards were developed, new data on adult cognitive skills were released, and the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), with its laser focus on employment and training, was enacted. This volume reviews where the field

Turning Points

Turning Points
  • Author : Robert Beringer
  • Publisher : CSS Publishing
  • Release : 01 January 1995
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In these nine sermons preachers will find brilliant use of story to illustrate the Lenten message. Beringer focuses on different journeys throughout the New Testament and examines the "turning points" recorded there. As is stated in the introduction, our Christian faith is a pilgrim faith. The author shows in modern parables how we are called by Christ to be a people on the move with him through time to eternity and the kingdom of God. He shows that we are

Turning Points

Turning Points
  • Author : Robert Foster
  • Publisher : Wakefield Press
  • Release : 27 September 2012
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How distinctive is South Australia after all? South Australia has often been represented as 'different': free of convicts, more enlightened in its attitudes toward Aboriginal people, established on rational economic principles, and progressive in its social and political development. Some of this is true, some of it is not, but mostly the story is more complex. In this book, eminent historians explore these themes by examining some key 'turning points' in South Australia's history. Henry Reynolds considers the question of

Historical Turning Points in Spanish Economic Growth and Development 1808 2008

Historical Turning Points in Spanish Economic Growth and Development  1808   2008
  • Author : Concha Betrán,Maria A. Pons
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release : 27 June 2020
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​This book analyses the main historical turning points in the Spanish economy and the related challenges it faced. It focuses on six turning points that changed the direction of the Spanish economy, and identifies the economic, social or political origin of these watersheds. It also compares the Spanish trajectory with the international one, exploring the macroeconomic context in which these turning points happened, as well as the external and internal constraints on domestic political choices for a small country like

Turning Points in Physics

Turning Points in Physics
  • Author : R.J. Blin-Stoyle,D. ter Haar,K. Mendelssohn
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 21 November 2016
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Turning Points in Physics is a series of 1958 lectures presented at the Oxford University in Trinity Term. This six-chapter book highlights the interplay between assumptions, theories, and experimental discoveries in physics. The first chapter provides a brief introduction to the physical theory and field physics. The following two chapters cover the basic principles of quantum nature of matter and radiation, as well as the introduction of the probability concept in the field physics. The discussion then shifts to the theory

Turning Points

Turning Points
  • Author : Charles J. Fombrun
  • Publisher : McGraw-Hill Companies
  • Release : 08 December 1992
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As firms surface from such 1980s' excesses as careless investments and ethical lapses, they face a challenging new business world of determined global rivals who are now able to compete in every region of the world; technological breakthroughs that can create or destroy entire industries; and complex global markets. Now Fombrun offers managers much-needed insight, analysis and guidance. Illustrated.

Turning Points in the History of Mathematics

Turning Points in the History of Mathematics
  • Author : Hardy Grant,Israel Kleiner
  • Publisher : Birkhäuser
  • Release : 15 April 2016
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This book explores some of the major turning points in the history of mathematics, ranging from ancient Greece to the present, demonstrating the drama that has often been a part of its evolution. Studying these breakthroughs, transitions, and revolutions, their stumbling-blocks and their triumphs, can help illuminate the importance of the history of mathematics for its teaching, learning, and appreciation. Some of the turning points considered are the rise of the axiomatic method (most famously in Euclid), and the subsequent