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Playing On The Edge

Author : Ron Philipps
ISBN : 159196833X
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On The Edge

Author : Margarita Mercedes Balmaceda
ISBN : 9639116807
Genre : Political Science
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"The expansion of NATO up to Ukraine's borders is likely to leave Ukraine in a delicate position vis-a-vis Russia. On the Edge addresses key questions, such as: how are events in Ukraine affecting the security calculations of the Central European states; Central European relations with Russia and NATO; and relations among Central European states themselves? The volume examines what Central European states can do to solidify Ukraine's independence and help it avoid international isolation." "On the Edge gives a Central European perspective on all these issues and suggests concrete forms of co-operation."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

On The Edge

Author : Kiran Mani
ISBN : 9780470823040
Genre : Business & Economics
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"Technology infrastructure decisions always carry some degree of uncertainty– from large corporations down to small and medium businesses. Straight to the Point will help companies to understand more about Blade Servers and assist them in determining if Blade Servers are right for their organization. This book is definitely a must read for any IT Manager thinking about Blade Servers." ––Chris Perrine, COO & EVP of Sales & Marketing, Springboard Research "Blade server computing combined with virtualization technology introduces a new data center paradigm where the potential values to the enterprise are limitless, and fear not; Straight to the Point′ is here to get you started on a journey you won′t look back!" ––William Wu, Asia Pacific Server Manager, Intel Corporation "Searching for right technology to suit your business, while being fully aware of technology′s dynamic and rapid evolution, is much like a search for the Holy Grail. ′Straight to the Point′ illuminates your path. However, you will still need the courage to make your own decisions." ––Alok Ohrie, Managing Director, AMD India "IDC believes that blades will become the next big battleground for server vendors, which means more innovation and better value for end–users. It is a platform that is focused on addressing tomorrow′s problem for the endusers. This book provides great commentary in a simple language to illustrate the benefits of deploying blades. The real life customer examples further helps to communicate the value–proposition of this innovative form factor." ––Avneesh Saxena, Vice President, Asia/Pacific Systems,Storage and Software Research IDC "With processors getting more and more powerful, the importance of leveraging the available computing power to get more out of it has become essential for every business. Blade servers with its amazing ability to onsolidate and virtualise is just the thing that many a CIO is looking for. Straight to the point on Blade Servers is a wealth of simple yet important information that will help entreprenuers make a business decision with their IT infrastructure" ––Mike Clayville, Vice–President, Asia Pacific and Japan VMware

On The Edge Of Forever

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ISBN : 0828016429
Genre : Bible
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The author deciphers the prophecies of Daniel and Revelation and shows how they allow us to understand the ebb and flow of history. He explains Revelation's dragon, the mark of the beast, the signs that mark the end of the world, and the millennium.

Women On The Edge

Author : Euripides
ISBN : 0415907748
Genre : Alcestis (Greek mythology)
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Women on the Edge, a collection of Alcestis, Medea, Helen, and Iphegenia at Aulis, provides a broad sample of Euripides' plays focusing on women, and spans the chronology of his surviving works, from the earliest, to his last, incomplete, and posthumously produced masterpiece. Each play shows women in various roles--slave, unmarried girl, devoted wife, alienated wife, mother, daughter--providing a range of evidence about the kinds of meaning and effects the category woman conveyed in ancient Athens. The female protagonists in these plays test the boundaries--literal and conceptual--of their lives. Although women are often represented in tragedy as powerful and free in their thoughts, speech and actions, real Athenian women were apparently expected to live unseen and silent, under control of fathers and husbands, with little political or economic power. Women in tragedy often disrupt "normal" life by their words and actions: they speak out boldly, tell lies, cause public unrest, violate custom, defy orders, even kill. Female characters in tragedy take actions, and raise issues central to the plays in which they appear, sometimes in strong opposition to male characters. The four plays in this collection offer examples of women who support the status quo and women who oppose and disrupt it; sometimes these are the same characters.

A Life On The Edge

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ISBN : 1594850143
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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One of the twentieth century's great adventurers recounts his life and experiences, from being the first American to reach the summit of Mount Everest to sailing around the world with his family.

History On The Edge

Author : Michelle R. Warren
ISBN : 0816634912
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Written from a post-colonial North American perspective, this study considers the ways in which medieval British writers, in the wake of the Norman Conquest, used Arthurian historiography to reflect their fears about `colonial contamination' and about borders in general. The first half of the study examines the presentation of British history in works written on the Anglo-Welsh border. Warren then examines literature from the continent to look at British history from a Norman perspective. Parts of this study have been previously published.

On The Edge Of The World

Author : Nikolaĭ Semenovich Leskov
ISBN : 0881411183
Genre : Fiction
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Based on a true story of an early Russian missionary bishop's trip to Eastern Siberia. During his journey he learns through example and suffering that in indigenous peoples of all cultures there is dignity that must be recognized and built upon as a foundation for Christian conversion. Includes appendix, 7 line drawings.

Living On The Edge In Leonardo S Florence

Author : Gene Brucker
ISBN : 0520930991
Genre : History
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In Living on the Edge in Leonardo's Florence, an internationally renowned master of the historian's craft provides a splendid overview of Italian history from the Black Death to the rise of the Medici in 1434 and beyond into the early modern period. Gene Brucker explores those pivotal years in Florence and ranges over northern Italy, with forays into the histories of Genoa, Milan, and Venice. The ten essays, three of which have never before been published, exhibit Brucker's graceful intelligence, his command of the archival sources, and his ability to make history accessible to anyone interested in this place and period. Whether he is writing about a case in the criminal archives, about a citation from Machiavelli, or the concept of modernity, the result is the same: Brucker brings the pulse of the period alive. Five of these essays explore themes in the premodern period and delve into Italy's political, social, economic, religious, and cultural development. Among these pieces is a lucid, synoptic view of the Italian Renaissance. The last five essays focus more narrowly on Florentine topics, including a fascinating look at the dangers and anxieties that threatened Florence in the fifteenth century during Leonardo's time and a mini-biography of Alessandra Strozzi, whose letters to her exiled sons contain the evidence for her eventful life.

Servant On The Edge Of History

Author : Sam James
ISBN : 9780929292663
Genre : History
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"Servant on the Edge of History" describes the Vietnam War from a perspective seldom heard: from a missionary who loved the Vietnamese people, who refused to become an American spy, but who also loved his own country. James offers insights into where and how God was at work in this war-ravaged country, where his family risked all for the sake of the Gospel.

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