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Devil In The Details by Jennifer Traig

Title Devil in the Details
Author Jennifer Traig
Publisher Back Bay Books
Release Date 2007-09-03
Category Religion
Total Pages 272
ISBN 9780316028561
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French

Book Summary:

Jennifer Traig's memoir Devil in the Details paints a portrait of a well-meaning Jewish girl and her good-natured parents, and takes a very funny, very sharp look back at growing up with obsessive-compulsive disorder. Recalling the agony of growing up an obsessive-compulsive religious fanatic, Traig fearlessly confesses the most peculiar behavior like tirelessly scrubbing her hands for a full half hour before dinner, feeding her stuffed animals before herself, and washing everything she owned because she thought it was contaminated by pork fumes. Jennifer's childhood mania was the result of her then undiagnosed OCD joining forces with her Hebrew studies-what psychiatrists call scrupulosity While preparing for her bat mitzvah, she was introduced to an entire set of arcane laws and quickly made it her mission to follow them perfectly. Her parents nipped her religious obsession in the bud early on, but as her teen years went by, her natural tendency toward the extreme led her down different paths of adolescent agony and mortification. Years later, Jennifer remembers these scenes with candor and humor. In the bestselling tradition of Running with Scissors and A Girl Named Zippy, Jennifer Traig tells an unforgettable story of youthful obsession.

Devil In The Details by Morgan James

Title Devil in the Details
Author Morgan James
Release Date 2020-05-28
Total Pages
ISBN 1951447085
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French

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The Devil Is In The Details by Michael Fullan

Title The Devil Is in the Details
Author Michael Fullan
Publisher Corwin
Release Date 2020-02-19
Category Education
Total Pages 216
ISBN 9781544317984
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French

Book Summary:

Develop equity, excellence, and wellbeing across the whole system! Our world needs a transformation to survive. We need a moral imperative and a system transformation to survive for the better. The Devil is in the Details shows how we can re-think the education system and its three levels of leadership—local, middle, and top—so that each level can contribute to dramatic transformation whether individually or collectively. The focus is on examining details to ensure correct actions are taken, rather than assuming large pronouncements will drive change. Readers will find: Detailed cases and analyses of successful systems Ideas for how leaders at all levels can take steps to begin Actions and strategies for addressing equity, excellence and wellbeing

Devil In The Details by Kevin J. Kennedy

Title Devil in the Details
Author Kevin J. Kennedy
Publisher iUniverse
Release Date 2012-07-12
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 158
ISBN 9781475920161
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French

Book Summary:

Devil in the Details provides a step-by-step pragmatic guide to leading teams. The experiences Kevin Kennedy shares here are real and will help you practice your own leadership in a new way. Penny Herscher, president and CEO of FirstRain Inc. In the bloated world of management books, this is an all-too-rare license to think. The chapter on working with the board alone is worth the cover price. Ric Andersen, partner, Milestone Partners When journalists, technology beat writers, or business historians write the story of a high-tech company, they tend to lapse into clichs. Devil in the Details is the opposite of such books. It allows you to observe things at close range and get an unvarnished picture of how management and leadership really work. Kevin Kennedy is direct and unafraid. Betsy Atkins, president and CEO of Baja Corporation In business as in other aspects of life, the best leaders balance emotion and inspiration with a meticulous understanding of the details. With respect and compassion for aspiring leaders at all levels, Kevin Kennedy guides the reader using situational techniques that work equally well in the back office and the board room. The Honorable Gregory W. Slayton, founder and principal of Slayton Capital; former US Consul General and US Chief of Mission to Bermuda An insightful journey through real-world case studies of leadership, both the good and the not so good. Marty Kaplan, chairman of the board, JDSU

A Devil In The Details by K. A. Stewart

Title A Devil in the Details
Author K. A. Stewart
Publisher Penguin
Release Date 2010-07-06
Category Fiction
Total Pages 320
ISBN 9781101188521
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French

Book Summary:

View our feature on K.A. Stewarts’s A Devil in the Details. When it comes to demons, always read the find print. Jesse James Dawson was an ordinary guy (well, an ordinary guy with a black belt in karate) until one day he learned his brother had made a bargain with a demon, Jesse discovered there was only one way to save his brother: put up his own soul as collateral, and fight the demon to the death. Jesse lived to free his brother-and became part of a loose organization of Champions who put their own souls on the line to help those who get in over their heads with demons. But now experienced Champions are losing battles at a much higher rate than usual. Someone has changed the game. And if Jesse can't figure out the new rules, his next battle may be his last...

The Devil In The Details by Robert W. Batterman

Title The Devil in the Details
Author Robert W. Batterman
Publisher Oxford University Press
Release Date 2001-11-29
Category Philosophy
Total Pages 160
ISBN 0198033478
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French

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Robert Batterman examines a form of scientific reasoning called asymptotic reasoning, arguing that it has important consequences for our understanding of the scientific process as a whole. He maintains that asymptotic reasoning is essential for explaining what physicists call universal behavior. With clarity and rigor, he simplifies complex questions about universal behavior, demonstrating a profound understanding of the underlying structures that ground them. This book introduces a valuable new method that is certain to fill explanatory gaps across disciplines.

Devil S In The Details by Sydney Gibson

Title Devil s in the Details
Author Sydney Gibson
Release Date 2016-03-08
Total Pages 440
ISBN 1523317809
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French

Book Summary:

Victoria Bancroft is a decorated war hero now teaching naval history and leading a simple solitary life in the suburbs, at least by outwards appearances. In truth her military professorship is a front setup to provide the anonymity necessary to work as a paid assassin for Voltaire, a deep undercover government agency. Paid to eliminate undesirable targets across the globe as inconspicuously as possible, Victoria is considered one of the Voltaire's best assets. Meticulous and driven, Victoria is always sure not to draw attention to herself, that is until one fateful night on a metro station when Victoria feels compelled to intervene as she witnesses the brutal attack on the woman with remarkable eyes and haunting beauty. Dispatching her attackers with deadly accuracy, she drops the woman off at the nearest hospital with no intentions of ever seeing her again.Brutally assaulted on a metro station, ER Nurse Alexandra Ivers barely escapes with her life thanks to the decisive actions of a complete stranger. Through her slow and painful recovery, Alex feels compelled to search out and thank the woman who saved her. With little to go on, Alex slowly pieces the puzzle together that leads her to Victoria Bancroft, a mysterious Good Samaritan. That is until Alex walks into Victoria's office months later and changes everything.Slowly the women develop a friendship that quickly transforms into simmering attraction. Determined to protect Alex from the truth of who she is, Victoria tries unsuccessfully to push her away, only to find that their desire for each other overrides every obstacle she puts into place. Surrendering her heart and soul to Alex, Victoria is faced with having to decide how much of her dual life she can reveal to Alex without losing her.As Voltaire draws a noose around them, Victoria must fight to keep the love of her life safe whilst finding a way out of Voltaire. Caught in the cross fire, Alex must decide whether she can reconcile her feelings for the woman she loves and who she really is, whilst running from an organization determined to eradicate them both. Even if they survive the odds, can they survive the collateral damage to their relationship or lose everything? Devil's in the Details is the second exciting novel by Sydney Gibson. Her first novel, Redemptio Animae, was heralded as an action pack love story that left many breathless and wanting more. Sydney returns to that same formula, offering intrigue, suspense, romance and a page turning story.

The Art Of Todd Mcfarlane by Todd McFarlane

Title The Art of Todd McFarlane
Author Todd McFarlane
Release Date 2013-03-19
Category Art
Total Pages 400
ISBN 1607067161
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French

Book Summary:

Showcasing Todd McFarlane's unique art style, which burst onto the comic book scene in the late 1980s and forever changed the landscape of comic book art. Features art from original comic art boards, rare, never-before-seen sketches, as well as art from McFarlane's work on Batman, Spider-Man, and the Hulk (amongst many others), and his own top-selling creation, Spawn. Also features selected commentary by the artist himself. This large format, softcover book showcases McFarlane's detailed art style at a previously unpublished size.

The Devil S Details by Chuck Zerby

Title The Devil s Details
Author Chuck Zerby
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2007-11-01
Category Literary Criticism
Total Pages 160
ISBN 9781416587330
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French

Book Summary:

Footnotes have not had it easy. Their dominance of eighteenth- and nineteenth- century literature and scholarship was both hard-won -- following many years of struggle -- and doomed, as it led to belittlement in the twentieth century. In The Devil's Details, Chuck Zerby playfully explores footnotes' long and illustrious history and makes a clarion call to save them from the new world of the Internet and hypertext. In a story that boasts a marvelous plot and a rogues' gallery of players, Zerby examines traditional footnotes and their less-buttoned-down incarnations, as when used by pornographers. Yes, The Devil's Details is full of surprises: Zerby hunts down the first bona fide fully functioning footnote; unearths a multivolume history of Northumberland County, England, that uses one volume for a single footnote; and uncovers a murder plot. He even explains why footnotes are like blind dates. Carefully researched and highly opinionated, The Devil's Details affirms that delight in reading can come from unexpected places.

Title The Devil s in the Details
Author Rickey Hayes
Release Date 2018-08-27
Total Pages 268
ISBN 1725665603
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French

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Brought to you by the author of "City on a Hill- a Book about Cities and How to Make Them Better", economic development consultant Rickey Hayes. "The Devil's in the Details" addresses glaring problems and issues that destroy foundational economic development efforts for cities, how to overcome those issues and a lexicon of development terminology for public sector personnel.