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The First Law Of Motion

Author: K.R. Moorhead
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
ISBN: 9781429984843
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Living in Philadelphia, a young woman tries to outrun her regrets and the reoccurring approach of dawn with nothing but controlled substances, unfulfilling sex and sarcasm to sustain her anti-quest. Unable to find solace in her best friend Jason, her partner in crime Kat or her pot smoking mother she embarks on a relentless pursuit of distraction which leads her to New York and back, through night clubs, dive bars and dingy apartments until she finds herself hurtling towards a point where there is no up, only down. Then she notices a man on a train reading a book she loves, and convinced he is her only chance at salvation, sets out on mission to find out who he is. Infatuation becomes obsession and as her grip on reality shakes loose, she sinks to previously unfathomable lows before learning that redemption is never so close as when you hit the bottom. With dark humor and a biting tone, this compelling story moves along like a train careening down the track, leaving the reader pulling for its perfectly flawed heroine to the very last page.

Newton And Me

Author: Lynne Mayer
Publisher: Sylvan Dell Publishing
ISBN: 1607188708
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While at play with his dog, Newton, a young boy discovers the laws of force and motion in his everyday activities. Told in rhyme, Lynne Mayer's Newton and Me follows these best friends on an adventure as they apply physics to throwing a ball, pulling a wagon, riding a bike, and much more. They will realize that Newton's Laws of Motion describe experiences they have every day, and they will recognize how forces affect the objects around them. the "for Creative Minds" educational section includes: Force and Motion Fun Facts, Matching Forces, Who Was Newton?, and Newton's Laws of Motion (2 of 3). Additional teaching activities and interactive quizzes are available on the Arbordale Publishing website.

Force And Motion

Author: Jason Zimba
Publisher: JHU Press
ISBN: 0801891590
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Jason Zimba offers a new visual presentation of Newton's three laws of motion, allowing students a new perspective on the conceptual underpinnings of laws that fundamentally explain the workings of the universe.

Zombies And Forces And Motion

Author: Mark Weakland
Publisher: Capstone
ISBN: 1429673354
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"In cartoon format, uses zombies to explain the science of forces and motion"--

Newton And The Three Laws Of Motion

Author: Nicholas Croce
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group
ISBN: 9781404203112
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Presents the life of the English scientist, discussing his troubled childhood, education, revolutionary discovery of the laws of motion and gravity, and the influence his discoveries have had on our understanding of the universe.

The Third Law

Author: Tamra Ryan
Publisher: Gilpin
ISBN: 9780989919005
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The Third Law explores what is required for chronically unemployed and impoverished women to create new lives for themselves. It focuses on the societal obstacles that must be overcome and the internal demons that must be squelched. Most of all, the book argues for a more compassionate view of recovering addicts, convicted felons, and victims of domestic abuse. Sometimes, believing in another person's potential is all it takes for lasting change.

Biology S First Law

Author: Daniel W. McShea
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 0226562271
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Life on earth is characterized by three striking phenomena that demand explanation: adaptation—the marvelous fit between organism and environment; diversity—the great variety of organisms; and complexity—the enormous intricacy of their internal structure. Natural selection explains adaptation. But what explains diversity and complexity? Daniel W. McShea and Robert N. Brandon argue that there exists in evolution a spontaneous tendency toward increased diversity and complexity, one that acts whether natural selection is present or not. They call this tendency a biological law—the Zero-Force Evolutionary Law, or ZFEL. This law unifies the principles and data of biology under a single framework and invites a reconceptualization of the field of the same sort that Newton’s First Law brought to physics. Biology’s First Law shows how the ZFEL can be applied to the study of diversity and complexity and examines its wider implications for biology. Intended for evolutionary biologists, paleontologists, and other scientists studying complex systems, and written in a concise and engaging format that speaks to students and interdisciplinary practitioners alike, this book will also find an appreciative audience in the philosophy of science.

Primal Law

Author: J.D. Tyler
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101517409
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Meet the Alpha Pack, a top-secret military team of wolf-shifters fighting the most dangerous predators in the world, human and nonhuman. After a massacre leaves Jaxon Law crippled, he must relearn how to fight-and battle the anger and guilt threatening to overwhelm him. But when Jax rescues a beautiful woman who awakens his primal instincts, he is unprepared for the dangers that lie ahead. Soon he must decide if the deep connection he feels with Kira is worth defying the ultimate shifter law...

Motion To Suppress

Author: Perri O'Shaughnessy
Publisher: Dell
ISBN: 9780307423191
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Returning from her late shift as a barmaid at a casino in Lake Tahoe, Misty Patterson struck her violently jealous husband in self-defense. She admits that--but did she kill him? She says she can't remember. Like so many times before, Misty blacked out and the rest of the evening is a blank. Now her husband has disappeared, leaving behind a trail of blood, and she's the number-one murder suspect with no one to turn to for help. San Francisco attorney Nina Reilly is also on the run—from a bad marriage and a worse career setback. Relocated to Lake Tahoe, Nina is resolved to recover her spirit, give her young son a secure home, and build up a small solo practice. But, when Misty Patterson walks in the door, a blond Barbie doll of a cocktail waitress accused of murder, it triggers a harrowing series of events that will change both women's lives forever. Common sense says Misty is lying. To win this case Nina will have to trust her own instincts, diving headlong into the dark convolutions of the human mind. This murder case—teeming with sinister secrets, unspoken betrayals, and jolting revelations—is going to change everything Nina Reilly believes about the law. It's going to rock everything Misty believes about herself. And if they can learn to trust each other, it's going to give both women their one and only chance to reclaim their shattered lives. In a spellbinding novel that doesn't let go from the first page until the shocking unforgettable conclusion, Perri O'Shaughnessy delivers an electrifying legal thriller about two women risking all they have for the truth that could cost them their lives—or set them both free. From the Paperback edition.

Sir Isaac Newton

Author: Kerri O'Donnell
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc
ISBN: 9781404260795
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Presents the life and accomplishments of the eminent physicist along with an explanation for each of his three laws of motion.