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A. Richards & Christine Gibson, Learning Basic English: A Practical Handbook for English-Speaking People, New York: W. W. Norton & Co. ( 1945 )
* D. Young Computational Chemistry: A Practical Guide for Applying Techniques to Real World Problems, John Wiley & Sons ( 2001 ).
Practical devices generally use simpler chords for common characters ( e. g., Baudot ), or may have ways to make it easier to remember the chords ( e. g., Microwriter ), but the same principles apply.
Subsequently he published the influential and oft-reprinted Practical Phonetics for Students of African Languages in collaboration with Ida C. Ward ( 1933 ).
* Westermann, Diedrich Hermann & Ward, Ida C. ( 1933 ) Practical phonetics for students of African languages.
Practical phonetics for students of African languages ( 4th improvement ).
* Steven W. Smith: Digital Signal Processing-A Practical Guide for Engineers and Scientists, Newnes, ISBN 0-7506-7444-X, ISBN 0-9660176-3-3
* Artur Krukowski, Izzet Kale: DSP System Design: Complexity Reduced Iir Filter Implementation for Practical Applications, Kluwer Academic Publishers, ISBN 1-4020-7558-8
Practical applications and advances in such fields created an increasing need for standardized units of measure ; it led to the international standardization of the units ohm, volt, ampere, coulomb, and watt.
Practical applications for electricity however remained few, and it would not be until the late nineteenth century that engineers were able to put it to industrial and residential use.
It is outlined in his book A Practical Guide for Policy Analysis: The Eightfold Path to More Effective Problem Solving, which is now in its fourth edition.
* WorldCat Library Catalog: A Practical Guide for Policy Analysis
* 1943: Phonetics, a Critical Analysis of Phonetic Theory and a Technique for the Practical Description of Sounds ( Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press )
Wilson's final plans for the League were strongly influenced by South African Prime Minister Jan Smuts, who in 1918 had published a treatise entitled The League of Nations: A Practical Suggestion.
dissertation " Practical Translators for LR ( k ) languages " in order to address the practical difficulties of that time of implementing Canonical LR parsers.
* Sam's Laser FAQ A Practical Guide to Lasers for Experimenters and Hobbyists
In his essay, Overcoming Practical Difficulties in Creating a World Parliamentary Assembly, Joseph E. Schwartzberg proposes the use of proportional representation in the United Nations Parliamentary Assembly in order to prevent, for instance, lower castes of Indians from being excluded.
Practical applications exist only for chemical compounds of promethium-147, which are used in luminous paint, atomic batteries and thickness measurement devices, even though promethium-145 is the most stable promethium isotope.
As for the Hobbesians, Singer attempts a response in the final chapter of Practical Ethics, arguing that self-interested reasons support adoption of the moral point of view, such as ' the paradox of hedonism ', which counsels that happiness is best found by not looking for it, and the need most people feel to relate to something larger than their own concerns.
Practical Ethics includes a chapter arguing for the redistribution of wealth to ameliorate absolute poverty ( Chapter 8, " Rich and Poor "), and another making a case for resettlement of refugees on a large scale in industrialised countries ( Chapter 9, " Insiders and Outsiders ").
A course in ethics led by Dr Hartmut Kliemt at the University of Duisburg where the main text used was Singer's Practical Ethics was, according to Singer, " subjected to organized and repeated disruption by protesters objecting to the use of the book on the grounds that in one of its ten chapters it advocates active euthanasia for severely disabled newborn infants ".
* Practical reserve capacity, a value of the spare capacity for traffic at a traffic signal junction
In 1998, Nicks contributed to the Practical Magic soundtrack and performed in Don Henley's benefit concert for the Walden Woods Project.

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Unity operates several programs, including a prayer program called Silent Unity, the Unity Society of Practical Christianity, Unity School of Christianity, Unity Institute, the Office of Prayer Research, the Association of Unity Churches, and Unity House, the church's publishing arm.
The circle includes the Schumacher College in Totnes, Devon, the Resurgence Magazine ( now Resurgence & Ecologist ), the publishing company Green Books, the international non-governmental organisation Practical Action, the New Economics Foundation in the UK, the New Economics Institute ( formerly called the E. F. Schumacher Society ) founded in New England, the Soil Association, the educational centre Centre for Alternative Technology ( CAT ) North Wales, the Jeevika Trust, and the research organisation Schumacher Institute in Bristol.
George Newnes Ltd continued publishing long after his death, with magazines such as Practical Mechanics and Practical Television.
Having previously being involved in publishing Practical Anarchy magazine, the collective announced plans on launching a quarterly magazine titled Infoshop News & Views to go " head-to-head against other American leftist magazines ".
Lessons from Practical Action ’ s grassroots experience are spread through consultancy services, publishing activities, education resources, advocacy and an international technical enquiries service, Practical Answers.

Practical and articles
Gauthier is the author of numerous articles, some of the most important of which are collected in Moral Dealing, and several books including Practical Reasoning, The Logic of Leviathan, Morals by Agreement, and Rousseau: The Social and the Solitary.
* Practical and scientific articles about Lord Dattatreya
Next came ( 1884 ) a collection of articles and papers, most of which had appeared in magazines, under the title of Practical Essays.
Jacobi contributed chapters on the care and nutrition of children, diphtheria, and dysentery to Gerhardt's Handbuch der Kinderkrankheiten ( Tübingen, 1877 ), and on diphtheria, rachitis, and laryngitis to Pepper's System of Practical Medicine ( Philadelphia ), and has published lectures and reports on midwifery and female and infantile disease, and articles in medical journals.
* http :// bis2information. org: Practical articles, on BIS2 and risk modeling, submitted by professionals to help create an industry standard.
After raising funds to start the business by writing articles for Practical Wireless magazine, Clive Sinclair founded Sinclair Radionics Ltd. on 25 July 1961.
* http :// bis2information. org: Practical articles, on BIS2 and risk modelling, submitted by professionals to help create an industry standard.
Practical limitations to this type of measurement include the impossibility of obtaining lists from all servers worldwide, the fact that many servers filter out spam or employ Usenet Death Penalties, and that some servers mask incompletion by hiding multipart binary sets with missing articles.
* Practical articles, on BIS2 and risk modelling, submitted by professionals to help create an industry standard.
Some articles presented include: " Constituting a Practical Public Sociology: Reflections on Participatory Research at the Citizenship Project "< ref > Johnston, Paul.
He is the author of " The Linguistic Shaping of Thought: A Study of the Impact of Language on Thinking in China and the West " ( Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1981 ) and Moral Behavior in Chinese Society ( Praeger Publishers, 1981 ) as well as numerous articles including " The Privileging of Experience in Chinese Practical Reasoning ," Journal of Chinese Philosophy ; " Psychological Ingredients of High-Level Moral Thinking: A Critique of the Kohlberg-Gilligan Paradigm ," Journal for the Theory of Social Behavior ; and " Caution-The words you use may affect what you say ," Cognition.
Clive Sinclair was, for a period, the assistant editor for Practical Wireless, after writing articles for them since his school days.
In 1964, the non-wireless articles were ' spun off ' as a separate magazine Practical Electronics ( now published as Everyday Practical Electronics by Wimborne Publishing Ltd, Ferndown, Dorset ).

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