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  Armies in Lebanon 1982-84 - (Men-at-Arms, 165)
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Armies in Lebanon 1982-84 - (Men-at-Arms, 165)
: S.M.Katz, Lee E. Russell
: Osprey
: 1985
isbn: 1-85045-602-9
: 49
: english
: PDF (scan)

Lebanon achieved its independence in 1943, after years of French rule under a League of Nations Mandate that dated back to the First World War. The country, formerly part of Syria, embraced a wide variety of religious and ethnic groupings, all of which proved mutually antagonistic. Samuel M Katz and Lee E Russell examine the conflicts in Lebanon from 1982-84 in a volume containing a wealth of contemporary photographs and eight full page colour plates by Ron Volstad detailing uniforms [accompanied by 11 pages of commentaries].
 
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  FHM (2004 No.12 )
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FHM (2004 No.12 )
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  FHM (2005 No.01 )
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FHM (2005 No.01 )
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  Armies of Medieval Russia 750-1250 - (Men-at-Arms, 333)
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Armies of Medieval Russia 750-1250 - (Men-at-Arms, 333)
: David Nicolle, Angus McBride
: Osprey
: 1999
isbn: 1-85532-848-8
: 50
: english
: PDF (scan)

In the centuries following the first expeditions down the great rivers of northern Russia by Viking traders and adventurers, the foundations for a new state were laid. Many influences combined in this colourful culture which grew up first around the great cities of Kiev and Novgorod Scandinavian, Finnish, Slav, steppe Turkish, Byzantine. By the time of the Mongol invasions of the 12th century the small enclaves of the old pagan Rus, tolerated by the Khazar Khans for their commercial usefulness, had evolved into a Christian nation. Its story is told here in fascinating detail, and illustrated with striking colour reconstructions of the warriors themselves.
 
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  A History of Scottish Medicine
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A History of Scottish Medicine
: Helen Dingwall
: Edinburgh University
: 2003
isbn: 0-7486-0865-6
: 289
: english
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Covering developments in medicine, surgery, and alternative medicine in relation to the changing economic and social background, and assessing medical practitioners and patients in the general historical context, the author offers a new synthesis of medicine and society in Scotland. This book is the first comprehensive history of Scottish medicine to be written by a historian for over sixty years.
 
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  Beginning ASP.NET 1.1 with Visual C# .NET 2003
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Beginning ASP.NET 1.1 with Visual C# .NET 2003
: Chris Ullman, John Kauffman
: Wrox
: 2004
isbn: 0-7645-5708-4
: 891
: english
: PDF

This book teaches everything the novice user needs to know, from installing ASP.NET and the relevant bits and pieces to creating pages and putting together the concepts to create a whole application using ASP.NET 1.1. Although ASP.NET 1.1 isn't a huge update on version 1.0, this book has been considerably overhauled since edition 1.0. Plenty of the old chapters have been removed and many new ones introduced. We've removed three chapters because we wanted to simplify the experience of learning ASP.NET. We've created a brand new case study an amateur sports league Web site which is then used throughout the latter chapters in the book to provide a more practical guide on how to implement ASP.NET applications. If you see the previous edition, you will find this one to be more cohesive, aimed towards the complete novice and the developer with some ASP experience, and written with the benefit of hindsight from experienced developers who have have been employed in creating ASP.NET applications. We trust that you will find it a great improvement over the last, just as every new edition should be.
 
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  Beginning InfoPath 2003
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Beginning InfoPath 2003
: F. Scott Barker
: Wrox
: 2005
isbn: 0-7645-7948-7
: 381
: english
: PDF

First and foremost, this book gets you, the reader, comfortable with creating forms in Microsoft InfoPath 2003, including the features that come with the latest service release 1.1. The databases Microsoft Access and SQL Server are mentioned, with Access databases being used for sample purposes. .NET Technologies such as Visual Studio 2003, the C# programming language, and XMLWeb Services are discussed. Other ways of coding using scripting are covered in later chapters, as well as enterprise products such as Biz Talk and SharePoint covered. Finally, you will be presented with two Case Studies featuring InfoPath deployment with Windows SharePoint Services, SQL Server, and Microsoft BizTalk.
 
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