Unraveling DNA

Unraveling DNA


Author : Michael R. Winfrey
Publisher : Pearson
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Pages : 404 pages
Rating Book: 4.3/5 (31 users)

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This innovative mannual introduces students to all of the basic techniques of modern molecular biology using an integrated series of laboratory exercises that involve the cloning and analysis of the bioluminescene genes.


Unraveling Chromatin

Unraveling Chromatin


Author : Shirley Sulastri Mihardja
Publisher :
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Pages : 338 pages
Rating Book: 4.C/5 (3 users)

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Unraveling

Unraveling


Author : Michelle Baldini
Publisher : Delacorte Press
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ISBN : 0375849009
Pages : 240 pages
Rating Book: 4.7/5 (375 users)

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THE SMART THING Is to Prepare for the Unexpected. So reads the fortune cookie fortune that Amanda receives at the beginning of her family’s vacation to Florida. Amanda knows all about preparing for the unexpected—her mother, whom she calls The Captain, is always hard on Amanda, and it’s just when Amanda lets her guard down that the very worst comes through. Looking for acceptance, Amanda turns her attention to boys, and doing whatever she can to be popular at school. That includes making out with the gorgeous senior Rick in his car after school—even though he has a girlfriend. And when Rick offers her The Deal—a real, official date to the Homecoming in front of everyone, in exchange for her virginity—Amanda jumps at the chance. But no matter how you try to prepare for the unexpected, sometimes you can’t. Sharp, chatty, and brutally honest, this debut novel is compulsively readable and heartbreakingly real.


The Unraveling

The Unraveling


Author : John R. Schmidt
Publisher : Farrar, Straus and Giroux
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ISBN : 1429969075
Pages : 288 pages
Rating Book: 4.2/5 (429 users)

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How did a nation founded as a homeland for South Asian Muslims, most of whom follow a tolerant nonthreatening form of Islam, become a haven for Al Qaeda and a rogue's gallery of domestic jihadist and sectarian groups? In this groundbreaking history of Pakistan's involvement with radical Islam, John R. Schmidt, the senior U.S political analyst in Pakistan in the years before 9/11, places the blame squarely on the rulers of the country, who thought they could use Islamic radicals to advance their foreign policy goals without having to pay a steep price. This strategy worked well at first--in Afghanistan during the anti-Soviet jihad, in Kashmir in support of a local uprising against Indian rule, and again in Afghanistan in backing the Taliban in the Afghan civil war. But the government's plans would begin to unravel in the wake of 9/11, when the rulers' support for the U.S. war on terror caused many of their jihadist allies to turn against them. Today the army generals and feudal politicians who run Pakistan are by turns fearful of the consequences of going after these groups and hopeful that they can still be used to advance the state's interests. The Unraveling is the clearest account yet of the complex, dangerous relationship between the leaders of Pakistan and jihadist groups—and how the rulers' decisions have led their nation to the brink of disaster and put other nations at great risk. Can they save their country or will we one day find ourselves confronting the first nuclear-armed jihadist state?


Unraveling AIDS

Unraveling AIDS


Author : Mae-Wan Ho
Publisher : Vital Health Publishing
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ISBN : 1890612472
Pages : 203 pages
Rating Book: 4.9/5 (89 users)

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AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) has been identified as a global pandemic and ?a threat to world security? by the Clinton administration. President George W. Bush has pledged $15 billion to combat AIDS. AIDS is perhaps the most-researched yet most-misunderstood disease in the world, about which the most mis-information is spread for political purposes. This timely and well-researched book strives to re-open the scientific debate about AIDS and to introduce fresh perspectives and unbiased evidence into the public forum. This book is going to press amid news of a major scandal that has triggered a congressional hearing. U.S. government funded researchers in top research institutions have been testing toxic AIDS drugs on 100's of the most vulnerable orphan and foster children over the past two decades, exposing the children to the risks of serious side effects.


The Unraveling of America

The Unraveling of America


Author : Stephen V. Monsma
Publisher : IVP Books
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Pages : 228 pages
Rating Book: 4.9/5 (39 users)

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The Unraveling of Market Regimes

The Unraveling of Market Regimes


Author : Maria Alida Margaretha De Kuijper
Publisher :
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Pages : 358 pages
Rating Book: 4.3/5 (31 users)

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Unraveling the Real

Unraveling the Real


Author : Cynthia Duncan
Publisher : Temple University Press
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ISBN : 1439902429
Pages : 264 pages
Rating Book: 4.3/5 (439 users)

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In literary and cinematic fictions, the fantastic blurs the lines between reality and fantasy. Lacking a consensus on definition, critics often describe the fantastic as supernatural, or similar to, but quite different from fantasy, science fiction, and magical realism. In Unraveling the Real Cynthia Duncan provides a new theoretical framework for discussing how the fantastic explores both metaphysical and socially relevant themes in Spanish American fictions. Duncan deftly shows how authors and artists have used this literary genre to convey marginalized voices as well as critique colonialism, racism, sexism, and classism. Selecting examples from the works of such noted writers as Jorge Luis Borges, Julio Cortázar, and Carlos Fuentes, among others, she shows how capacious the concept is, and why it eludes standard definition. Challenging the notion that the fantastic is escapist in nature, Unraveling the Real shows how the fantastic has been politically engaged throughout the twentieth century, often questioning what is real or unreal. Presenting a mirror image of reality, the fantastic does not promoting a utopian parallel universe but rather challenges the way we think about the world around us and the cultural legacy of colonialism.


Unraveling

Unraveling


Author : Sara Ella
Publisher : Thomas Nelson
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ISBN : 0718081048
Pages : 368 pages
Rating Book: 4.1/5 (718 users)

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“A sequel that outshines its already brilliant predecessor.” —Nadine Brandes, award-winning author of the Out of Time trilogy What happens when happily ever after starts to unravel? Eliyana Ember doesn’t believe in true love. Not anymore. After defeating her grandfather and saving the Second Reflection, El only trusts what’s right in front of her. The tangible. The real. Not some unexplained Kiss of Infinity she once shared with the ghost of a boy she’s trying to forget. She has more important things to worry about—like becoming queen of the Second Reflection, a role she is so not prepared to fill. Now that the Verity is intertwined with her soul and Joshua’s finally by her side, El is ready to learn more about her mysterious birth land, the land she now rules. So why does she feel like something—or someone—is missing? When the thresholds begin to drain and the Callings, those powerful magical gifts, begin to fail, El wonders if her link to Ky Rhyen may have something to do with it. For light and darkness cannot coexist. She needs answers before the Callings disappear altogether. Can El find a way to sever her connection to Ky and save the Reflections—and keep herself from falling for him in the process?


Unraveling

Unraveling


Author : Elisabeth Klein Corcoran
Publisher : Abingdon Press
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ISBN : 1426770278
Pages : 242 pages
Rating Book: 4.2/5 (426 users)

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The author presents advice for Christians on how to survive a divorce, with anecdotes from her own experiences, stories, quotations from Scripture, prayers, and recommendations for adjusting to a single lifestyle.


Unraveling the Seven Myths of Reading

Unraveling the Seven Myths of Reading


Author : Frank B. May
Publisher : Allyn & Bacon
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Pages : 218 pages
Rating Book: 4.9/5 (39 users)

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Examines myths related to reading and how to minimize them through intervention models, theories, case studies and asessments.


True Whigs and Honest Tories: The unraveling of empire

True Whigs and Honest Tories: The unraveling of empire


Author : Thomas S. Martin
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Pages : 792 pages
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True Whigs and Honest Tories is a two-volume study of the social, cultural and philosophical milieu that generated the American Revolution. The recent convergence of anarchist, feminist and ecological philosophy, combined with general systems theory and new ideas about language and psychology, has begun to generate a post-Western, "Green" way of looking at the world. Historiography is striving to keep up, and this book is a first step in a Green direction. It is intended to raise more questions than it answers, and to suggest a wide range of new avenues for historians to explore. Drawing on familiar sources and influential secondary works, Martin wrests an oft-told tale out of its Western moorings and offers an entirely new perspective. Volume II of this ambitious work discusses the clash of elites and ideas prior to the American Revolution.


Joining God in the Great Unraveling

Joining God in the Great Unraveling


Author : Alan J. Roxburgh
Publisher : Wipf and Stock Publishers
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ISBN : 1725288508
Pages : 168 pages
Rating Book: 4.2/5 (725 users)

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The awareness that the churches shaped out of the European Reformations are in an advanced process of unraveling is becoming increasingly sensed by many. This book proposes a way of addressing this unraveling based on the experiences and knowledge of people who have always had to struggle with the unraveling of their own communities and worlds. It takes us outside the circular conversations of the Euro-tribal churches into dialogue with people who have been marginalized to see how they have learned to reenter their formative stories to discover ways of remaking themselves in the unraveling. The book then turns these discoveries into ways the churches can engage their own massive unraveling.


Unraveling Light

Unraveling Light


Author : Elayna Mae Darcy
Publisher : Magic Key Media
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ISBN : 1732354006
Pages : 126 pages
Rating Book: 4.3/5 (732 users)

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A soul put to paper through scribbles and prose. A heart that beats even though it's been battered. A collection of poems that serves as more than the written sum of one person's experiences-it is a celebration of surviving them.


Unraveling Time

Unraveling Time


Author : Ann Miles
Publisher : University of Texas Press
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ISBN : 1477326197
Pages : 214 pages
Rating Book: 4.7/5 (477 users)

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A compelling chronicle of economic, political, and social development in Cuenca.


The Unraveling

The Unraveling


Author : K.L. Malmquist
Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
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ISBN : 1456833499
Pages : 210 pages
Rating Book: 4.5/5 (456 users)

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Moments after Bobby left, someone began watching young, innocent Kate. Who will save her—a bumbling father, an overprotective mother, or perhaps a guardian angel? And who is this intruder who peers into the intimacies of Kate’s life? F. L. Wasselwick’s Return of the Golden Turtle breathed life into beautiful Kate Beckermen. Readers fell in love with her and her dashing, charismatic Bobby. What will become of these two young lovers? With Bobby on a quest to find his purpose, Kate’s life collides with a misguided soul, a social castaway—this man who watches from her mirror. Leviticus Darkweather, a sinister, misunderstood genius, systematically studies Kate from his self-imposed isolation. His purpose: to deliver the greatest of gifts—a message that will save us from ourselves. K. L. Malmquist weaves yet another fantastic tale. It is a wild and twisted ride, an unpredictable journey. It is romance and adventure written with a flair for futuristic science fiction. Although the greatest of gifts has arrived, it comes not in a pretty little package. It remains locked away . . . in the mind of a madman . . . cradled by an insanity of our own creation. It is The Unraveling.


The Unraveling

The Unraveling


Author : Meredith Keller
Publisher : Gatekeeper Press
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ISBN : 1662905467
Pages : 268 pages
Rating Book: 4.6/5 (662 users)

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A hand scripted letter arrives in a rural mailbox on a vineyard in Northern California saying, “I think you may be my grandmother.” This shocking statement instantly dredges up shattering memories, flashbacks at blinding speed of sexual assault, isolation, pain, severance, and shame. There was the promise of closure to a nightmare that also held the pain of reliving each and every episode of a tragic drama with secrets well hidden for 52 years. Will she respond to the letter?