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Huntsville, Texas, 1874: Jacob Magruder, a former Texas Ranger, receives a pardon from his prison sentence. Soon he meets a beautiful widow whose husband has just been robbed and killed by highwaymen. Magruder vows to catch the killers and recover the lady\'s money. And this adventure leads to romance.

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Textual Criticism is the study of the original and authentic text of ancient books -- a text that must be reconstructed from badly-copied manuscripts, ancient quotations, and other sources. New Testament Textual Criticism is the attempt to find the exact words of the original New Testament. This book (which is only a partial, preliminary edition) contains articles on some aspects of textual criticism, including information on many New Testament manuscripts.

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Hetta Coffey is a woman with a yacht, and she's not afraid to use it!

Hetta, a globe-trotting engineer with attitude, a penchant for trouble, and a yacht, is back, and this time she s steering us into hot Mexican waters.

Miffed that vacation plans with her chronically absent boyfriend Jenks Jenkins have gone awry, she accepts a job in Baja. So what if she and her friend Jan are spectacularly unqualified to take her yacht on a thousand mile cruise in the eastern Pacific Ocean in the middle of hurricane season?

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when her sister abandons her intended groom at the altar, Marcia steps into her place. Family members are outraged and new husband David harbors doubts about marrying a stand-in. If their marriage is to succeed, David needs to recognize the true, sweet nature that Marcia brings to the union.

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True selflessness shines through when young street urchin Michael risks his life to save wealthy Starr Endicott. Years later, he meets Starr in the city again. Ever honorable, he tries to keep his feelings in check, but when a suitor with bad intentions comes after Starr, he cannot stay away.

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Believing she will forever be merely the spinster aunt, Julia settles in as a servant in her sister's house. She is about to become much more than a servant to her niece and nephew, and along with them learns lessons on love in both the human and spiritual realms.

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Of this story I can say that it came to me in an irresistible form, crying to be written. It will be accused perhaps of being a mere piece of sentimentality, but, as I saw it, it was a great deal more. If, therefore, it lacks the ring of sincerity, or even, of tragedy, the fault rests not with the theme but with my handling of it.

It appeared in the "Chicago Tribune," and later obtained, I believe, the quadruple gold laurel leaf or some such encomium from one of the anthologists who at present swarm among us. The gentleman I refer to runs as a rule to stark melodramas with a volcano or the ghost of John Paul Jones in the role of Nemesis, melodramas carefully disguised by early paragraphs in Jamesian manner which hint dark and subtle complexities to follow. On this order:

"The case of Shaw McPhee, curiously enough, had no hearing on the almost incredible attitude of Martin Sulo. This is parenthetical and, to at least three observers, whose names for the present I must conceal, it seems improbable, etc., etc., etc.," until the poor rat of fiction is at last forced out into the open and the melodrama begins.


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Barack Obama
Inaugural Address
Tuesday, January 20, 2009

The Democrats take back the White House in the 2008 election. Barack Hussein Obama a senator from Illinois defeated John Sidney McCain III a senator from Arizona.

The oath of office was taken on the Bible used by President Abraham Lincoln, it was administered by Chief Justice John G. Roberts. An estimated 1.8 million people packed the National Mall and surrounding areas for the inauguration ceremony.


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"Jeeves," I said, "may I speak frankly?"

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Romola (1862–63) is a historical novel by George Eliot set in the fifteenth century, and is "a deep study of life in the city of Florence from an intellectual, artistic, religious, and social point of view". The story takes place amidst actual historical events during the Italian Renaissance, and includes in its plot several notable figures from Florentine history.

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Brother Jacob is Eliot's literary homage to Thackeray, a satirical modern fable that draws telling parallels between eating and reading. Revealing Eliot's deep engagement with the question of whether there are 'necessary truths' independent of our perception of them and the boundaries of art and the self.

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Edward Willoughby Pierrepont
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Little chap will lock the door, so I'll just slip in while he's going his rounds, and be ready for him when he comes back--that'll all be as easy as sneezing. I'll make it pretty hot, though, for Master Stephen when I've got him."

He went home to his tea; and Stephen, all unconscious of the plots being laid against him, entered the little room where the night-watch sat, and got out his meagre supper, which he had had no time yet to swallow. The room had two doors; one led to the courtyard through which Stephen had entered, and the other, the upper half of which was glass, took into Mr. Fairfax's private office and the larger counting-house beyond, out of which the passages leading to the general workrooms opened.

"I hope the little 'uns 'ull get on all safe for a few nights without me," he said to himself, as he ate his slice of bread. "Polly's so sensible, she'll do all right, if those rackety boys 'ull do as she tells 'em. They promised me they would, but there's no tellin'."

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Life is a comedy, a carnival, and all of us wear masks. So Compton Mackenzie would have us feel, if we can judge from the spirit of his "Carnival," a story hailed by the New York Times as "about the best novel published this season." The central figure of the book is Jenny, a cockney ballet-girl, who shows herself a true daughter of the carnival, a Columbine in actuality. At her birth the fairies had endowed her with the gift of rhythm. "She had deliciously slim legs and a figure as lithe as a hazel wand. Her almond eyes were of some fantastic shade of sapphire— blue with deep gray twilights in them and sea-green laughter."

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Book II in the Rhyn Trilogy. Sequel to Katie's Hellion. Three weeks after leaving Rhyn, Katie learns the Immortals have no intention of letting her go despite her deal with their leader. Rhyn discovers he can only protect her if he accepts his place among the Immortals. However, doing so may cost him the only thing that matters.

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Author : Rajkumar Buyya, Associate Professor and Reader of Computer Science and Software Engineering; and Director of the Grid Computing and Distributed Systems (GRIDS) Laboratory at the University of Melbourne, Australia.
Publication Date : June 2000

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Rajkumar Buyya wrote:
From 1995 to 1998, I served as a member of C-DAC, the developer of India's first supercomputer, Operating System Group involved in the research and development of microkernel based operating system, called PARAS, for the C-DAC PARAM series of Supercomputers. A short discussion on PARAS microkernel can be found in our paper: A Microkernel Based Operating System for PARAM 9000. During 1995, I worked on PARAM 8600, an Intel i860 CPU based MPP system, and developed a POSIX-compliant multithreading interface, called PEACE threads, on top of the PARAS microkernel.

In 1997, a large number of developers were working on the development of PARAS microkernel for PARAM 9000, a Sun SPARC based MPP system, I was assigned the task of writing a PARAS microkernel design document. The design document was aimed at acting as a supportive information for software engineers who will be working on the future developmental and enhancement works related to PARAS microkernel. This work resulted in a (unfinished) book having seven chapters when (in 1997) C-DAC favoured the use of Clustering technolgy for the developemet of next generation PARAMs. Thus reducing the demand of building our own microkernel (of course, for this document, I think!) and natuarally our focus has shifted towards building HPCC software environment and tools for a new cluster-based PARAM series of supercomputers called PARAM 10000 (a.k.a, PARAM OpenFrame, a cluster of Sun Ultra workstations connnected throught high-speed and low latency system area networks). I have led the efforts of developing cluster management tools (such as PARMON) for Unix-class cluster-based PARAM 10000 supercomputer. Since the document has not been published anywhere, in 2000, I thought it will be good idea to publish this work as a online ebook, a millennium ePublication!

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Author : Neil Smyth
Publication Date : November 2008

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This Virtuatopia.com online book is intended as both a learning resource and reference guide designed to be of use to new and experienced VMware Server users alike. Comprising 20 chapters of detailed information, the book covers a wide range of topics relating to this entry level virtualization solution.

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This book starts with the overview of virtualization and VMware Server 2.0. From there, it will guide the readers on how to set up VMware Server 2.0 on both Linux and Windows platforms and what guest operating systems are officially supported. Then, it will reveal how to create virtual machines and utilize remote console plugins, VMware Tools, scripts and power states.

The second half of this book deals with managing virtual network achitecture, virtual disks and security.

In conclusion, VMware Server 2.0 Essentials gives a nice roadmap to complete virtualization. Beginners will appreciate this book for showing where, what and how to start their way to virtualization. And for those who are not strangers to virtualization, this book fills up holes and shows what virtualization technology truly capable of.

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Understanding the Linux Virtual Memory Manager

Understanding the Linux Virtual Memory Manager

Author : Mel Gorman
ISBN : 0131453483
Pages : 768
Publisher : Prentice Hall PTR
Publication Date : April 2004
Free License : Open Publication License, v1.0 or later

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This material may be distributed only subject to the terms and conditions set forth in the Open Publication License, v1.0 or later (the latest version is presently available at http://www.opencontent.org/openpub/).

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Linux is developed with a stronger practical emphasis than a theoretical one. When new algorithms or changes to existing implementations are suggested, it is common to request code to match the argument. Many of the algorithms used in the Virtual Memory (VM) system were designed by theorists, but the implementations have now diverged considerably from the theory. In part, Linux does follow the traditional development cycle of design to implementation, but changes made in reaction to how the system behaved in the "real world" and intuitive decisions by developers are more common.

This means that the VM performs well in practice. However, very little VM documentation is available except for a few incomplete overviews on a small number of Web sites, except the Web site containing an earlier draft of this book, of course! This lack of documentation has led to the situation where the VM is fully understood only by a small number of core developers. New developers looking for information on how VM functions are generally told to read the source. Little or no information is available on the theoretical basis for the implementation. This requires that even a casual observer invest a large amount of time reading the code and studying the field of Memory Management.

This book gives a detailed tour of the Linux VM as implemented in 2.4.22 and gives a solid introduction of what to expect in 2.6. As well as discussing the implementation, the theory that Linux VM is based on will also be introduced. This is not intended to be a memory management theory book, but understanding why the VM is implemented in a particular fashion is often much simpler if the underlying basis is known in advance.

To complement the description, the appendices include a detailed code com- mentary on a significant percentage of the VM. This should drastically reduce the amount of time a developer or researcher needs to invest in understanding what is happening inside the Linux VM because VM implementations tend to follow similar code patterns even between major versions. This means that, with a solid under- standing of the 2.4 VM, the later 2.5 development VMs and the 2.6 final release will be decipherable in a number of weeks.

The Intended Audience

Anyone interested in how the VM, a core kernel subsystem, works will find answers to many of their questions in this book. The VM, more than any other subsystem, affects the overall performance of the operating system. The VM is also one of the most poorly understood and badly documented subsystems in Linux, partially because there is, quite literally, so much of it. It is very difficult to isolate and understand individual parts of the code without first having a strong conceptual model of the whole VM, so this book intends to give a detailed description of what to expect before going to the source.

This material should be of prime interest to new developers who want to adapt the VM to their needs and to readers who simply would like to know how the VM works. It also will benefit other subsystem developers who want to get the most from the VM when they interact with it and operating systems researchers looking for details on how memory management is implemented in a modern operating system. For others, who just want to learn more about a subsystem that is the focus of so much discussion, they will find an easy-to-read description of the VM functionality that covers all the details without the need to plow through source code.

However, it is assumed that the reader has read at least one general operating system book or one general Linux kernel-orientated book and has a general knowledge of C before tackling this book. Although every effort is made to make the material approachable, some prior knowledge of general operating systems is assumed.


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Author : Raphael A. Finkel, Computer Science Department, University of Kentucky
Publication Date : 1988

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Traditionally, a vade mecum (pronounced "VAHdee MAYkem") is a laboratory manual that guides the student step by step through complex procedures. Operating systems are complex mixtures of policy and mechanism, of algorithm and heuristic, and of theoretical goals and practical experience. This vade mecum tries to unify these diverse points of view and guide the novice step by step through the complexities of the subject. As a text, this book is intended for a first course in operating systems at the undergraduate level. The subject has so many individual parts that its practitioners and teachers often concentrate on subareas and ignore the larger concepts that govern the entire subject. This book has tried to rectify that situation by structuring the presentation about the dual ideas of resource management and beautification.

A course in operating systems is not complete without computer projects. Unfortunately, such exercises require a substantial investment in software. The most successful projects for a first course in operating systems involve implementing parts of an operating system. A complete operating system can be presented to the class, with well-defined modules and interfaces, and the class can be assigned the task of replacing modules with ones of their own design. A less ambitious project has the students first build a simple scheduler for a simulated machine. After it is completed, it can be enhanced by adding virtual memory, transput, and other features. If the necessary software is not available for these assignments, students can be asked to simulate particular policies or algorithms in isolation from a complete operating system. Several exercises in the book give guidelines for this sort of project.

This book will give examples of nuts-and-bolts programming in a high-level language. Most modern operating systems are written in such languages, reserving assembler language for those few aspects that cannot be captured in a higher level language. For the sake of concreteness, this book will present programs in a Modula-like syntax. Modula is closely related to Pascal. The examples are all carefully annotated, so it should be possible to follow them even if student has only a nodding acquaintance with any language in the Algol family, such as Pascal. In most cases, written algorithms are supplemented with pictures.

Intended Audience:

Readers should be able to read this book comfortably if they have had an undergraduate course in data structures and in machine organization. Some sophistication in mathematics (for example, one semester of calculus) would also be helpful but is not required.

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A Short Introduction to Operating Systems

Author(s) : Mark Burgess
Publication Date : December 2002

Notes Review:

These are the lecture notes of Operating Systems, courtesy of Mark Burgess, a full professor at the Faculty of Engineering of University College Oslo, Norway. As with other lecture notes, these are relatively short (168 pages) for a subject traditionally covered in thick volumes.

The notes cover most of the basic topics of operating systems, many which have only been covered superficially. Nevertheless, readers will find these lecture notes as a decent introduction material that should give them a good grasp on the subject of operating systems.

Topics covered include:
- key concepts, resources and sharing, resource management and spooling
- single task
- multi tasking and multi user
- processes and threads
- memory and storages, physical and virtual
- networks, services and protocols
- security, super users, firewall

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Willie North is a successful, hardworking pig farmer, known all around Muddy Fork as a kind man and a good neighbor. However, due to his weight and looks, Willie couldn't attract a woman, no matter how hard he tried. He was the only single man in Muddy Fork, so in an act of desperation, he pays $1000 for a mail order bride. When word spreads, the whole of Muddy Fork is at the train station to greet her. Will she turn out just as he imagined, or will he end up with a broken heart? A Muddy Fork Short Story.

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Heroes and Hearts

Isabel Kendra is no stranger to a life of struggle. When her father disappeared years ago she and her mother had to fend for themselves. Even now as a chef experiencing burn out on the job, she does what is necessary to pay her bills while dodging her mother's attempts to find her a man. She is more than capable of taking care of herself and neither wants or needs some man to do it for her.

When Isabel comes home one day to find her house turned upside down she discovers her life is about to follow suit in this tale of swords and sorcery, love and prejudice. Prince Alaric is dashing, handsome and brave, everything a prince should be. He is also no stranger to the female form, yet when he meets the bold and vivacious Isabel, rather than be put off by her lack of docility he finds himself drawn to her allure in a way that he simply cannot understand.

Together the two must thwart the evil forces that threaten their lives and their worlds, while struggling against their own blistering attraction for each other. Can Isabel balance her aversion to the prince's habit of coming...  Read more

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This picture book is a great teaching tool for vocabulary building. A set of wonderful pictures show exactly what a dinosaurs looks like. It is like a dictionary of dinosaurs for toddlers. The pictures are clear, the colors are nice, the letters are big enough. It's excellent for your little one to help him build confidence in his ability to "read" the letters from A to Z (shown on the pages for the words shown that begin with them).
The best thing about this book is the wonderful illustration of each dinosaur - clearly labeled with it's name.
As you read this book over and over to your child it won't be long before they are the ones pointing to the picture and telling you what it is.
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This book of poems was made to relate to things that may of happened in your life,have you lost someone so close to you that you thought you had know meaning or purpose in the cruel world.These poems help you get through that to let you know you are not alone

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The Origin of Species by means of Natural Selection (6th ed)
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On the Origin of Species has recently celebrated the 150th anniversary of its publication, so what better time to read this ground breaking work of natural science? It laid the foundation for the field of evolutionary biology, which hinges on the theory that populations evolve over the course of generations through a process of natural selection. 150 years later this is still a contentious issue - it divides people who accept Darwin's theories as facts and those who think he's a fraud. But how many of those who accept the ideas of evolution and natural selection can actually argue its case?

Even if you're not looking for ammo to combat your fundamentalist grandmother, this is a must read for anyone interested in science. It can be dry in parts, but on the whole Darwin wrote clearly and eloquently for a scientist. Enjoy one of the greatest "aha!" moments in science with Darwin's revolutionary book.

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Illustrated by Christian Colabelli

Created in 1996, Children's Storybooks Online was given a 4-Star rating by NetGuide's Best of the Web in 1997. Since then it has been featured twice in Yahoo Magazine (4 Stars out of 5) and has been mirrored on CD-Rom by Classroom Connect and distributed in schools in the United States. It was also selected by the Australian WebMaster Project as one of the "Best Educational Sites in the World" 1998 and mirrored on their CD-Rom distributed to schools throughout Australia. In 1998 it was included in PCNovice's Guide to the Web, The 2500 Best Sites.

There are original stories with color illustrations for young children as well as older children and young adults. Children's Storybooks Online seeks to combine education and entertainment to amuse and engage children's imaginations. There are riddles, mazes, coloring book pages and a page with children's links that have won Children's Storybooks Online Award for excellence.

Presently there are 26 stories. The first story to be included on the site was The Littlest Knight which took Carol Moore two years to illustrate. It made its debut on the web courtesy of her husband Chris, the webmaster. In 1996 Carol contacted Lea McAndrews for permission to include her story Round Bird, at that time one of only a few children's stories on the web that was illustrated. The next stories added were Buzzy Bee, Kitty Wants a Box, Wumpalump, and Loomploy. Shortly thereafter Valerie Hardin and Rolando Merino contacted Children's Storybooks Online to add their stories. Duncan Wells' story, Absulum the Reindeer Elf, debuted in January 2000 and Sniffy & Fluffy Have An Adventure by Aimee Bruneau and Taylour Damion was added later that year.

2003 added five stories. Mr. Coyote Meets Mr. Snail and Shooflies, by Storie-Jean Agapith, a native American Indian, and Wolstencroft the Bear by Karen Lewis. Carol Moore has also added The Master Artist and Second Thoughts.

Authors on Children's Storybooks Online retain all copyrights to their own written and illustrated material.

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