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Transformed by Remi Adeleke

Title Transformed
Author Remi Adeleke
Publisher Thomas Nelson
Release Date 2019-05-14
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 368
ISBN 9780785219743
Language English, Spanish, and French
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What are the odds? Statistics tell us that African American males who grow up in a single-parent household are nine times more likely to drop out of high school and twenty times more likely to end up in prison than any other demographic. But what would it take for one young man not only to rise above those statistics but also become a Navy SEAL, actor, entrepreneur, writer, and successful husband and father? In Transformed, Remi Adeleke takes you back to stories from his childhood, from living as Nigerian royalty to losing his father early in life and being stripped financially of everything by the Nigerian government. He delves into being raised by a single mother in the Bronx and doesn’t shy away from his illegal activities as a young man that threatened to derail his future. At every turn, including throughout his naval career, Adeleke found a way to overcome the odds, even when it didn’t make sense. His is an inspiring story of true personal transformation.

Learning Transformed by Eric C. Sheninger

Title Learning Transformed
Author Eric C. Sheninger
Publisher ASCD
Release Date 2017-06-06
Category Education
Total Pages 163
ISBN 9781416623892
Language English, Spanish, and French
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With all that we know about how students learn, the nature of the world they will face after graduation, and the educational inequities that have existed for centuries, maintaining a traditional, one-size-fits-all approach to teaching and learning is tantamount to instructional malpractice. International security, the success of global economies, and sustainability as a global society all depend on the success of our education system in the years to come. It’s our obligation to prepare our students for their future—not our past. Authors Eric C. Sheninger and Thomas C. Murray outline eight keys—each a piece of a puzzle for transforming the K–12 education system of teaching and learning—to intentionally design tomorrow’s schools so today’s learners are prepared for success . . . and stand ready to create new industries, find new cures, and solve world problems. The traditional model of schooling ultimately prepares students for the industrial model of the past. If we want our students to become successful citizens in a global society, we must dramatically shift to a more personal approach. Failure is not an option. We can no longer wait. Let Learning Transformed show you how you can be a part of the solution. The authors encourage you to use the hashtag #LT8Keys to continue the discussion online.

Transformed Living by Dave Smith

Title Transformed Living
Author Dave Smith
Publisher Cwr
Release Date 2017-02-17
Category Bible
Total Pages 192
ISBN 1782595872
Language English, Spanish, and French
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We may know who we are in Christ, but how do we live this out every day? What does a transformed life look like in practice? This new resource for individuals, small groups and churches looks at Ephesians 4-6. In the second half of his letter to the Ephesians, the apostle Paul focuses on the unity and purity of God's people. He shows us how living in relationship with Jesus can help us stand firm during spiritual warfare, find our unique place in the Church, and strengthen our relationships at home and in the workplace. Building on the amazing truths found in Ephesians 1-3, this next 50-day journey unpacks how you can live in the light of what Christ has done for you. Explore Ephesians 4-6, verse by verse, and begin truly living out your transformed life. To help you journey along with others in your church, these free materials are available online: - Sermon outlines - Small group videos - Small group studies www.transformed-living.info

A Text Transformed by Molly Lynde-Recchia

Title A Text Transformed
Author Molly Lynde-Recchia
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1993
Category
Total Pages 456
ISBN IND:30000001732829
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Cloud Native Transformation
Author Pini Reznik
Publisher "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
Release Date 2019-12-05
Category Computers
Total Pages 540
ISBN 9781492048855
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In the past few years, going cloud native has been a big advantage for many companies. But it’s a tough technique to get right, especially for enterprises with critical legacy systems. This practical hands-on guide examines effective architecture, design, and cultural patterns to help you transform your organization into a cloud native enterprise—whether you’re moving from older architectures or creating new systems from scratch. By following Wealth Grid, a fictional company, you’ll understand the challenges, dilemmas, and considerations that accompany a move to the cloud. Technical managers and architects will learn best practices for taking on a successful company-wide transformation. Cloud migration consultants Pini Reznik, Jamie Dobson, and Michelle Gienow draw patterns from the growing community of expert practitioners and enterprises that have successfully built cloud native systems. You’ll learn what works and what doesn’t when adopting cloud native—including how this transition affects not just your technology but also your organizational structure and processes. You’ll learn: What cloud native means and why enterprises are so interested in it Common barriers and pitfalls that have affected other companies (and how to avoid them) Context-specific patterns for a successful cloud native transformation How to implement a safe, evolutionary cloud native approach How companies addressed root causes and misunderstandings that hindered their progress Case studies from real-world companies that have succeeded with cloud native transformations

Book Of The Little Axe by Lauren Francis-Sharma

Title Book of the Little Axe
Author Lauren Francis-Sharma
Publisher Grove Press
Release Date 2020-05-12
Category Fiction
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9780802147035
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In Trinidad, in 1796, teenage Rosa Rendón quietly but purposefully rebels against typical female roles and behavior. Bright, competitive, and opinionated, Rosa sees no reason she should learn to cook and keep house—it is obvious her talents lie in running the farm she expects to be her birthright, despite her two older siblings. But as her homeland goes from Spanish to British rule, it becomes increasingly unclear whether its free black property owners—Rosa’s family among them—will be allowed to keep their assets, their land, and ultimately, their freedom. By 1830, Rosa is living among the Crow Nation in Bighorn, Wyoming with her husband, Edward Rose and family. Her son Victor has reached the age where he should seek his vision and become a man. But his path is blocked by secrets Rosa has kept hidden from him. So Rosa sets out to take him on a journey to where his story began and, in turn, retraces her own roots, those of a girl who forged her own way from the middle of the ocean to the grassy hills of a far-away land.

Taylorism Transformed by Stephen P. Waring

Title Taylorism Transformed
Author Stephen P. Waring
Publisher UNC Press Books
Release Date 2016-08-01
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 302
ISBN 9781469619644
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This intellectual history interprets recent American business management ideas as political theory, describing their underlying assumptions about power and value. According to Stephen Waring, most business management theory descends from either Frederick Taylor's 'bureaucratic' theory of scientific management or Elton Mayo's 'corporatist' idea of human relations. Waring discusses the subsequent evolution of several management theories and techniques, including organization theory, computer simulation, management by objectives, sensitivity training, job enrichment, and innovations usually attributed to the Japanese, such as quality control circles.

Title Christianity and the Transformation of the Book
Author Anthony Grafton
Publisher Harvard University Press
Release Date 2009-06-30
Category History
Total Pages 384
ISBN 9780674037861
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Christianity and the Transformation of the Book combines broad-gauged synthesis and close textual analysis to reconstruct the kinds of books and the ways of organizing scholarly inquiry and collaboration among the Christians of Caesarea, on the coast of Roman Palestine. The book explores the dialectical relationship between intellectual history and the history of the book, even as it expands our understanding of early Christian scholarship.

Dying On The Vine by George Gale

Title Dying on the Vine
Author George Gale
Publisher Univ of California Press
Release Date 2011-07-05
Category Cooking
Total Pages 323
ISBN 9780520265486
Language English, Spanish, and French
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“George Gale’s book, a scientific whodunit, will certainly become the standard work on the little yellow bug that caused such devastation for winemakers from 1867 to recent times. It’s a tale well told about a small group of scientists who fought a lonely battle against both the devastator and an arrogant academic establishment.”-George M. Taber, author of Judgment of Paris--California vs France and the 1976 Wine Tasting That Revolutionized Wine

Cities Transformed by Mark R. Montgomery

Title Cities Transformed
Author Mark R. Montgomery
Publisher Routledge
Release Date 2013-10-31
Category Political Science
Total Pages 554
ISBN 9781134031665
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Over the next 20 years, most low-income countries will, for the first time, become more urban than rural. Understanding demographic trends in the cities of the developing world is critical to those countries - their societies, economies, and environments. The benefits from urbanization cannot be overlooked, but the speed and sheer scale of this transformation presents many challenges. In this uniquely thorough and authoritative volume, 16 of the world's leading scholars on urban population and development have worked together to produce the most comprehensive and detailed analysis of the changes taking place in cities and their implications and impacts. They focus on population dynamics, social and economic differentiation, fertility and reproductive health, mortality and morbidity, labor force, and urban governance. As many national governments decentralize and devolve their functions, the nature of urban management and governance is undergoing fundamental transformation, with programs in poverty alleviation, health, education, and public services increasingly being deposited in the hands of untested municipal and regional governments. Cities Transformed identifies a new class of policy maker emerging to take up the growing responsibilities. Drawing from a wide variety of data sources, many of them previously inaccessible, this essential text will become the benchmark for all involved in city-level research, policy, planning, and investment decisions. The National Research Council is a private, non-profit institution based in Washington, DC, providing services to the US government, the public, and the scientific and engineering communities. The editors are members of the Council's Panel on Urban Population Dynamics.

An Empire Transformed by Kate Luce Mulry

Title An Empire Transformed
Author Kate Luce Mulry
Publisher NYU Press
Release Date 2021-01-12
Category History
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9781479857333
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Examines the efforts to bring political order to the English empire through projects of environmental improvement When Charles II ascended the English throne in 1660 after two decades of civil war, he was confronted with domestic disarray and a sprawling empire in chaos. His government sought to assert control and affirm the King’s sovereignty by touting his stewardship of both England’s land and the improvement of his subjects’ health. By initiating ambitious projects of environmental engineering, including fen and marshland drainage, forest rehabilitation, urban reconstruction, and garden transplantation schemes, agents of the English Restoration government aimed to transform both places and people in service of establishing order. Merchants, colonial officials, and members of the Royal Society encouraged royal intervention in places deemed unhealthy, unproductive, or poorly managed. Their multiple schemes reflected an enduring belief in the complex relationships between the health of individual bodies, personal and communal character, and the landscapes they inhabited. In this deeply researched work, Kate Mulry highlights a period of innovation during which officials reassessed the purpose of colonies, weighed their benefits and drawbacks, and engineered and instituted a range of activities in relation to subjects’ bodies and material environments. These wide-ranging actions offer insights about how restoration officials envisioned authority within a changing English empire. An Empire Transformed is an interdisciplinary work addressing a series of interlocking issues concerning ideas about the environment, governance, and public health in the early modern English Atlantic empire.

The Transformation by James S. Gordon, M.D.

Title The Transformation
Author James S. Gordon, M.D.
Publisher HarperCollins
Release Date 2019-09-10
Category Self-Help
Total Pages 384
ISBN 9780062870735
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A world-recognized authority and acclaimed mind-body medicine pioneer presents the first evidenced-based program to reverse the psychological and biological damage caused by trauma. In his role as the founder and director of The Center for Mind-Body Medicine (CMBM), the worlds largest and most effective program for healing population-wide trauma, Harvard-trained psychiatrist James Gordon has taught a curriculum that has alleviated trauma to populations as diverse as refugees and survivors of war in Bosnia, Kosovo, Israel, Gaza, and Syria, as well as Native Americans on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, New York city firefighters and their families, and members of the U. S. military. Dr. Gordon and his team have also used their work to help middle class professionals, stay-at-home mothers, inner city children of color, White House officials, medical students, and people struggling with severe emotional and physical illnesses. Transforming Trauma represents the culmination of Dr. Gordon’s fifty years as a mind-body medicine pioneer and an advocate of integrative approaches to overcoming psychological trauma and stress. Offering inspirational stories, eye-opening research, and innovative prescriptive support, Transforming Trauma makes accessible for the first time the methods that Dr. Gordon—with the help of his faculty of 160, and 6,000 trained clinicians, educators, and community leaders—has developed and used to relieve the suffering of hundreds of thousands of adults and children around the world.

Title The Supernatural Power of a Transformed Mind Leader s Guide
Author Bill Johnson
Publisher Destiny Image Publishers
Release Date 2014-09-16
Category Religion
Total Pages 80
ISBN 9780768447644
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Your Key to Unlocking a Supernatural Lifestyle *Leader’s Guide is designed to be used with The Supernatural Power of a Transformed Mind DVD Study. Many Christians believe in miracles, but they are not accessing the supernatural as a normal way of life. Is this you? Are you ready to experience the miraculous lifestyle that Jesus made available to you because of the Cross? In this dynamic curriculum, Pastor Bill Johnson delivers eight powerful and practical teaching sessions, revealing how you were designed to bring heaven to Earth and how it all begins with your thought life. By going through these sessions, you will learn how to: Enjoy complete forgiveness from sin and let go of guilt Access the open heaven over your life and start living as God’s dwelling place Position yourself for future breakthrough by studying and remembering God’s miracles Your access to a lifestyle of signs, wonders, and miracles starts by changing the way you think. When your mind is transformed, heaven becomes more than a place you go to one day—it becomes the supernatural power that you release wherever you go… today!

Grace In Dying by Kathleen D. Singh

Title Grace in Dying
Author Kathleen D. Singh
Publisher Harper Collins
Release Date 2000-03-01
Category Self-Help
Total Pages 352
ISBN 9780062515650
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A moving illumination of the final transition of our lives.

Blood Iron And Gold by Christian Wolmar

Title Blood Iron and Gold
Author Christian Wolmar
Publisher Hachette UK
Release Date 2010-03-02
Category Transportation
Total Pages 432
ISBN 9781586488512
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The opening of the world's first railroad in Britain and America in 1830 marked the dawn of a new age. Within the course of a decade, tracks were being laid as far afield as Australia and Cuba, and by the outbreak of World War I, the United States alone boasted over a quarter of a million miles. With unrelenting determination, architectural innovation, and under gruesome labor conditions, a global railroad network was built that forever changed the way people lived. From Panama to Punjab, from Tasmania to Turin, Christian Wolmar shows how cultures were enriched, and destroyed, by one of the greatest global transport revolutions of our time, and celebrates the visionaries and laborers responsible for its creation.

Title Art Made from Books
Author Anonim
Publisher Chronicle Books
Release Date 2013-08-20
Category Art
Total Pages 176
ISBN 9781452129464
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Artists around the world have lately been turning to their bookshelves for more than just a good read, opting to cut, paint, carve, stitch or otherwise transform the printed page into whole new beautiful, thought-provoking works of art. Art Made from Books is the definitive guide to this compelling art form, showcasing groundbreaking work by today's most showstopping practitioners. From Su Blackwell's whimsical pop-up landscapes to the stacked-book sculptures of Kylie Stillman, each portfolio celebrates the incredible creative diversity of the medium. A preface by pioneering artist Brian Dettmer and an introduction by design critic Alyson Kuhn round out the collection.

Recasting The Vote by Cathleen D. Cahill

Title Recasting the Vote
Author Cathleen D. Cahill
Publisher UNC Press Books
Release Date 2020-09-29
Category Social Science
Total Pages 376
ISBN 9781469659336
Language English, Spanish, and French
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We think we know the story of women's suffrage in the United States: women met at Seneca Falls, marched in Washington, D.C., and demanded the vote until they won it with the ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment. But the fight for women's voting rights extended far beyond these familiar scenes. From social clubs in New York's Chinatown to conferences for Native American rights, and in African American newspapers and pamphlets demanding equality for Spanish-speaking New Mexicans, a diverse cadre of extraordinary women struggled to build a movement that would truly include all women, regardless of race or national origin. In Recasting the Vote, Cathleen D. Cahill tells the powerful stories of a multiracial group of activists who propelled the national suffrage movement toward a more inclusive vision of equal rights. Cahill reveals a new cast of heroines largely ignored in earlier suffrage histories: Marie Louise Bottineau Baldwin, Gertrude Simmons Bonnin (Zitkala-Ša), Laura Cornelius Kellogg, Carrie Williams Clifford, Mabel Ping-Hua Lee, and Adelina "Nina" Luna Otero-Warren. With these feminists of color in the foreground, Cahill recasts the suffrage movement as an unfinished struggle that extended beyond the ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment. As we celebrate the centennial of a great triumph for the women's movement, Cahill's powerful history reminds us of the work that remains.

America Transformed by Dean A. Herrin

Title America Transformed
Author Dean A. Herrin
Publisher Amer Society of Civil Engineers
Release Date 2002
Category Technology & Engineering
Total Pages 194
ISBN 0784405298
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Herrin (former staff historian for the Historic American Engineering Record program) presents an illustrative history of the engineering infrastructure of the 19th century United States. Photographs and drawings provide details of aqueducts, mills, bridges, mines, manufacturing devices, railroads, canals, dams, water works, and other structural asp

Title Southeast Asia Transformed
Author Chia Lin Sien
Publisher Institute of Southeast Asian Studies
Release Date 2003
Category Political Science
Total Pages 452
ISBN 9789812301178
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Southeast Asia, with a total population of 520 million, remains a region characterized by fragmentation, diversity, and considerable internal conflict despite the unifying influence of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), formed some thirty-five years ago. In the new millennium, it has lost the distinction of being one of the worlds faster growing group of economies since the 1997 financial crisis. While it has benefited from the winds of globalization, it has now to cope with the painful adjustments to problems that stem from the inadequacies of good governance and structural changes.

A World Transformed by George H. W. Bush

Title A World Transformed
Author George H. W. Bush
Publisher Vintage
Release Date 2011-12-07
Category Political Science
Total Pages 624
ISBN 9780307806598
Language English, Spanish, and French
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It was one of the pivotal times of the twentieth century--during George Bush's presidency, an extraordinary series of international events took place that materially changed the face of the world. Now, former President Bush and his national security advisor, Brent Scowcroft, tell the story of those tumultuous years. Here are behind-the-scenes accounts of critical meetings in the White House and of summit conferences in Europe and the United States, interspersed with excerpts from Mr. Bush's diary. We are given fresh and intriguing views of world leaders such as Mikhail Gorbachev, Boris Yeltsin, Margaret Thatcher, Helmut Kohl, and François Mitterrand--and witness the importance of personal relationships in diplomacy. There is the dramatic description of how President Bush put together the alliance against Saddam Hussein in the Gulf War. There are the intensive diplomatic exchanges with Beijing following the events of Tiananmen Square, and the intricate negotiations leading up to German reunification. And there is the sometimes poignant, sometimes grim portrayal of Gorbachev's final years in power. A World Transformed is not simply a record of accomplishment; Bush and Scowcroft candidly recount how the major players sometimes disagreed over issues, and analyze what mistakes were made. This is a landmark book on the conduct of American foreign policy--and how that policy is crucial to the peace of the world. It is a fascinating inside look at great events that deepens our understanding of today's global issues.