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Private Heat

Author: Robert E. Bailey
Publisher: Ignition Books®
ISBN: 1937868001
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Private Detective and retired counterintelligence officer Art Hardin usually stays away from the flashy kind of PI work, paying his bills by doing surveillance, checking up on false disability claims, and the like. So when the senior partner one of the premier legal firms in Grand Rapids approaches Hardin about a job protecting his niece from her soon to be ex husband for a couple of days, Hardin isnt exactly eager to take on the job, not the least because the niece herself is under house arrest pending a murder investigation of her former boss. and the sudden disappearance of eleven million dollars.

Competitiveness And Private Sector Development Competitiveness And Private Sector Development Ukraine 2011 Sector Competitiveness Strategy

Author: OECD
Publisher: OECD Publishing
ISBN: 9264128794
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This review of competitiveness and private sector development in the Ukraine includes diagnosis and policy actions for policy makers and advisors, offering policy responses to underpin economic diversification, enhanced competitiveness and private sector development.

Heat Of The Fire

Author: Alan Lazzari
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1450098150
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With nothing more than the shirt on his back, Dominic Renaldi starts building a life for he and his family, a good life, a respectable life in affluent Coventry, Massachusetts. Some will say, “life is all luck,” while others say, “you make your own luck.” For Lt. Dominic Renaldi, who was working hard creating his luck, others were working harder to ensure he never got any. Billy Slayton, Dominic’s biggest firehouse adversary, would often say, ”I’ll take luck over talent any day.” Horace Humphreys, a powerful and egotistical Boston attorney, and Chairman, Board of Selectmen, would say, “teach him the Coventry way.”

Introduction To Private Security

Author: Kären M. Hess
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 0534632041
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This long-awaited revision of INTRODUCTION TO PRIVATE SECURITY provides a highly accessible, comprehensive, and state-of-the-art overview of private security, its principles, its legal authority, its growing role in the criminal justice system, and its impact on society. Carefully updated with expanded coverage of important current issues such as IT security, terrorism, homeland security, and security management, this best-selling text has also been reorganized, streamlined, and redesigned with a more manageable, appealing, and flexible format. The popular, proven Hess pedagogical system and engaging writing style of previous editions remain intact, helping make even complex course material interesting and accessible for students and easy to teach for instructors. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Heat Seeker

Author: Joseph Clifton
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1479706396
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Morgan is an Echelon Officer in the Protector Corp, the sole law enforcement agency for all existence. He is summoned to the Earth citystate of Um-ka to investigate the murder of a prominent Scientist. He discovers that the murderer is a genetic superman who calls himself The Warrior. During their first skirmish, Morgan is surprised to find that there is another a genetic superwoman named Snake. Morgan is befriended by Time Walker, a time traveler from Earth's distant future, who takes him into the future to search for the great Scientist Swoosa, who lives on the distant crystal planet Jen. Swoo-sa is the greatest scientist of a race of scientists and he creates a special virus that will weaken the Warrior and Snake. Morgan and Time Walker return to Um-ka and release the virus. The Warrior and Snake are captured. Romulus Dade Rhea, the despotic ruler of Um-ka, arrives and orders Morgan to execute Snake and The Warrior. Morgan refuses. The Warrior confesses that Romulus had the prominent Scientist killed to prevent him from revealing Romulus' plot to scare the outer villages into staying part of the Um-ka union to maintain control of the newly discovered Qwe, the most powerful and valuable energy source in all of existence.

Vapor Compression Heat Pumps With Refrigerant Mixtures

Author: Reinhard Radermacher
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1420037579
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Amidst tightening requirements for eliminating CFC's, HCFC's, halons, and HFC's from use in air conditioning and heat pumps, the search began for replacements that are environmentally benign, non-flammable, and similar to the banned refrigerants in system-level behavior. Refrigerant mixtures are increasingly used as working fluids because they demo

Clean Cheap Heat

Author: John H. Herbert
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 027594204X
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This work traces the development of residential natural gas markets in the United States from the beginning of the twentieth century to the present. It examines how social, economic, and technological factors interrelated to bring a relatively new energy source from obscurity to general acceptance by the population. The author credits the appearance of particular appliances which helped spawn natural gas use, notes legislative developments such as the Natural Gas Act of 1938 and the Natural Gas Policy Act of 1978, and shows the various effects of regulation and price changes on the market. The author also demonstrates the use of a general method for performing a regression analysis when the historical data are poorly measured. This study will be of interest to energy economists, econometricians, and industry specialists, as well as economic and social historians.

Police On Screen

Author: M. Ray Lott
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 1476609403
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From the Roman Praetorian Guard to the English shire-reeve to the U.S. marshals, lawmen have a long and varied history. At first, such groups were often corrupt, guilty of advancing a political agenda rather than protecting citizens. It was about the turn of the twentieth century that police officers as we know them came into being. At this time, a number of police reforms such as civil service and police unions were developed. Citizen committees were formed to oversee police function. About this same time, the technology of motion pictures was being advanced. Movies evolved from silent films with a limited budget and short running time to films with sound whose budget was ever rising and whose audience demanded longer, more complex story lines. From the infancy of moviemaking, lawmen of various types were popular subjects. Bounty hunters, sheriffs, private eyes, detectives and street officers—often portrayed by some of Hollywood’s biggest names—have been depicted in every conceivable way. Compiled from a comprehensive examination of the material in question, this volume provides a critical-historical analysis of law enforcement in American cinema. From High Noon to The Empire Strikes Back, it examines the police in their many incarnations with emphasis on the ways in which lawmen are portrayed and how this portrayal changes over time. Each film discussed reveals something about society, subtly commenting on social conditions, racial issues and government interventions. Major historical events such as the Great Depression, World War II and the McCarthy trials find their way into many of these films. Significant film genres from science fiction to spaghetti western are represented. Films examined include Easy Street (1917), a nominal comedy starring Charlie Chaplin; Star Packer, a 1934 John Wayne film; The Maltese Falcon (1941) with Humphrey Bogart; Dirty Harry, a 1971 Clint Eastwood classic; Leslie Nielsen’s spoof Naked Gun (1988); and 1993’s Tombstone featuring Kurt Russell. The filmography contains a synopsis along with information on director, screenplay, starring actors and year of production. Photographs and an index are also included.