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Slack

Author: Tom DeMarco
Publisher: Crown Pub
ISBN: 0767907698
Size: 32.67 MB
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Argues that the "lean and mean" corporate model of workaholism and downsizing is proving counterproductive, explaining how companies can implement downtime, promote flexibility, and foster creativity as part of realizing increased revenues. Reprint.

Gait Analysis

Author: Jacquelin Perry
Publisher: Slack
ISBN: 9781556427664
Size: 42.34 MB
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The medical, healthcare, and rehabilitation professions key text for over 18 years on gait. Dr. Jacquelin Perry is joined by Dr. Judith Burnfield to present today's latest research findings on human gait. This Second Edition offers a re-organization of the chapters and presentation of material in a more user-friendly, yet comprehensive format. Essential information is provided describing gait functions, and clinical examples to identify and interpret gait deviations. Learning is further reinforced with images and photographs.

Abortion Execution And The Consequences Of Taking Life

Author: James D. Slack
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
ISBN: 1412848334
Size: 65.83 MB
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This book focuses on the relationship between public morality and personal action in the American political community. It emphasizes the responsibilities of citizens and government to find and confirm truth, looking to specific sources: religious scripture and empirical events. Recognizing that we have a natural preference for distraction and distance from both sources of truth, Slack uses qualitative, open-ended interviews and direct observation to uncover the intimate consequences of life-taking in open societies. Abortion and murder/capital punishment are instances in which there is a sequence of events that result in life-taking. The act of murder denies the sanctity of life of someone else. Abortion and capital punishment also deny the sanctity of the lives of others. The intimacy of life-taking is not typically acknowledged or remains hidden. This makes it difficult to assess the consequences for victims, survivors, and the political community as a whole. As a result, there is only a tenuous link between public actions that question the sanctity of human life and the moral compass professed by the American democracy. The volume presumes a theocentric foundation envisioned by the American Founders. It explores the model’s first source of truth, biblical scripture, as it applies to the public actions of murder, abortion, and capital punishment. Then it investigates the intimate reality of these acts. These realities are examined in a variety of settings, resulting in a mosaic pattern of public action about capital punishment and abortion. Slack underscores the importance of government’s role of providing outward justice, as well as the citizen’s responsibility to be supportive of government tasks in order to reconcile the reality of life-taking with the moral compass professed in the American political community.

No Slack

Author: Michael S. Barr
Publisher: Brookings Institution Press
ISBN: 0815722346
Size: 54.81 MB
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The financial crisis exposed the potentially unsavory results of the interaction between low- and moderate income households and alternative and mainstream financial institutions. Many households were overleveraged or paid high costs for financial services, while others lacked access to useful financial products that can cushion against economic instability. The financial services system is not well designed to serve low- and moderate-income households, leaving them without financial slack: they did not have adequate breathing room for making the financial adjustments that would permit them to better meet their own needs. No Slack shows us why these families were the least prepared to handle the shock of the deep recession. This pivotal analysis focuses on the Detroit metropolitan area's low- and moderate-income neighborhoods, which are similar to those of other Rust Belt communities. The Detroit Area Household Financial Services study—conducted at the height of the subprime lending boom—examines these households' decisionmaking processes, behaviors, and attitudes toward a full range of financial transactions. No Slack reveals widespread problems in home mortgage lending, the common threads among people who file for bankruptcy, the reasons so many households are unbanked, and how behaviorally informed financial regulation can make the market work better. Drawing on his deep policy experience, Michael Barr advocates helping families seek financial stability in three primary ways: enhancing individuals' financial capability, using technology to promote access to financial products and services that meet their needs, and establishing strong protections for consumers.

Organizational And Budgetary Slack

Author: Ahmed Riahi-Belkaoui
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780899308845
Size: 43.35 MB
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Explores the causes and consequences of organizational and budgetary slack, and suggests ways to remedy it.

Elecopter

Author: Michael Slack
Publisher: Henry Holt and Company (BYR)
ISBN: 146684860X
Size: 63.95 MB
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Fly along with Elecopter as she soars above the savannah, patrolling the skies with her fire-hose nose at the ready. The other animals are safe with Elecopter on the scene—Elecopter is a hero for all! Preschoolers are in for a treat in this chant-along companion to Monkey Truck.

Slack Line Strategies For Fly Fishing

Author: John Judy
Publisher: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 9780811720755
Size: 67.44 MB
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"In any definition of fly fishing, there has to be room to explore and to discover new ways of doing things. For me new knowledge is at the heart and soul of fly fishing." --John Judy, from Slack Line Strategies for Fly Fishing While many fly fishermen cherish the thrill of straight line power casting, a growing number of fishing experts are discovering that slack line casting is what really catches fish. In Slack Line Strategies for Fly Fishing, John Judy makes the case for slack line casting as an invaluable approach to fly fishing that all anglers can use to improve their chances of success. The book covers the basics, such as rod selection and water current pattern identification, as well as advanced strategies, such as how to locate and land the elusive steelhead. Filled with expert information, this entertaining book of instruction and example is an innovative addition to the fly fishermen's library.

From Egg To Embryo

Author: J. M. W. Slack
Publisher: CUP Archive
ISBN: 9780521273299
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This book is about the development of the animal embryo starting from the fertilised egg. The emphasis is on the problem of pattern formation: how cells in different regions of the embryo become programmed to form the various structures of the body in the correct relative positions.