Etched In Lies

Author: A. M. Hughes
Publisher: John Hunt Publishing
ISBN: 1782799575
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It looked like a paper cut, but sixteen-year-old Dylan Lord is discovering just how painful lies can be. Every lie she tells or hears causes physical pain. It isn't coincidence this started with Jack. He’s there to teach her to be a “Fide”; to feel and heal lies. She wants to believe nothing is happening. A letter opener sliced her hand, not her mother’s “I love you.” The cuts opening on her arms as she walks through her high school were already there, but it’s not working. Every wound she suffers Jack does too. When a lie rips open across Dylan’s stomach, she must admit she isn't fine. She never asked for this. She doesn't want to be a walking lie detector, but not all lies can be covered with Band-Aids. The lies she hasn't fixed are spreading across her body, and she isn't the only one suffering. Jack is growing weaker. She has to hear the truth to heal. If she doesn't hear the truth soon, someone is going to die.

Technology Of Integrated Circuits

Author: D. Widmann
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783540661993
Size: 28.32 MB
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Strongly involved with SIEMENS Corp. in the tremendous recent developments of process technologies for IC fabrication the authors comprehensively record their authoritative knowledge and practical experience. New materials , modern planar technology, process designs for CMOS, Bipolar, BICMOS and smart-power technologies, self-adjusting doping techniques are just a few of the highlights. With its strong application-orientation this is a need-to-have book for professionals in semiconductor industries. Senior students in electrical engineering and physics can use it as a textbook because of the systematic treatment of the subjects. With regard to their later careers as industrial engineers they will particularly appreciate the deep insight into the actual methods and problems of IC manufacturing.

Carved In Stone Etched In Memory

Author: Amila Buturovic
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317169565
Size: 65.29 MB
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Despite the recent history of violence and destruction, Bosnia-Herzegovina holds a positive place in history, marked by a continuous interweaving of different religious cultures. The most expansive period in that regard is the Ottoman rule that lasted here nearly five centuries. As many Bosnians accepted Islam, the process of Islamization took on different directions and meanings, only some of which are recorded in the official documents. This book underscores the importance of material culture, specifically gravestones, funerary inscriptions and images, in tracing and understanding more subtle changes in Bosnia’s religious landscape and the complex cultural shifts and exchange between Christianity and Islam in this area. Gravestones are seen as cultural spaces that inscribe memory, history, and heritage in addition to being texts that display, in image and word, first-hand information about the deceased. In tackling these topics and ideas, the study is situated within several contextual, theoretical, and methodological frameworks. Raising questions about religious identity, history, and memory, the study unpacks the cultural and historical value of gravestones and other funerary markers and bolsters their importance in understanding the region’s complexity and improving its visibility in global discussions around multiculturalism and religious pluralism. Drawing upon several disciplinary methods, the book has much to offer anyone looking for a better understanding of the intersection of Christianity and Islam, as well as those with an interest in death studies.

Etching Of Crystals

Author: K. Sangwal
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 0444599010
Size: 46.63 MB
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Defects in Solids, Volume 15: Etching of Crystals: Theory, Experiment, and Application focuses on the processes, reactions, and methodologies involved in the etching of crystals, including thermodynamics and diffusion. The publication first underscores the defects in crystals, detection of defects, and growth and dissolution of crystals. Discussions focus on thermodynamic theories, nature of pit sites, surface roughening during diffusion-controlled dissolution, growth controlled by simultaneous mass transfer and surface reactions, and chemical and thermal etching. The text then examines the theories of dissolution and etch-pit formation and the chemical aspects of the dissolution process, including catalytic reactions, dissolution of semiconductors, topochemical adsorption theories, and diffusion theories. The book tackles the solubility of crystals and complexes in solution and the kinetics and mechanism of dissolution. Topics include metallic crystals, semiconductors, stability of complexes, relationship between solubility, surface energy, and hardness of crystals, and solvents for crystals and estimation of crystal solubility in solvents other than water. The publication is a dependable source of data for readers interested in the etching of crystals.

Etching In Sand

Author: Nancy Elizabeth Haddon
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1450037402
Size: 74.36 MB
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Handbook Of Advanced Plasma Processing Techniques

Author: R.J. Shul
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783540667728
Size: 19.33 MB
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This volume covers the topic of advanced plasma processing techniques, from the fundamental physics of plasmas to diagnostics, modeling and applications such as etching and deposition for microelectronics. The use of plasmas for patterning on a submicron scale has enabled successive generations of continually smaller transistors, lasers, micromachines, sensors and magnetic read/write heads that have formed the basis of our information age. This volume is the first to give coverage to this broad area of topics in a detailed fashion, especially in the rapidly expanding fields of micro-mechanical machines, photomask fabrication, magnetic data storage and reactor modeling. It provides the reader with a broad array of topics, authored by the leading experts in the field.

Emotion Etched In Words

Author: B. L. Fleming
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1468588133
Size: 19.16 MB
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B L Fleming grew uplearning the importance of expressing love from the women in his life. Those being his Mother and Grandmother who raised him. Not only is it important to show love but it is important to express it in a way that can be remembered and refered to. Therefore he chooses the power of written word.

Making Woodcuts And Wood Engravings

Author: Hans Alexander Mueller
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 048613993X
Size: 39.99 MB
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An indispensable guide to creating woodcut masterpieces, this volume offers instructions that range from using the simplest strokes to making intricate multicolor print blocks. Easy-to-follow instructions are complemented by 98 illustrations, many in color.

Graphic Works Of Max Klinger

Author: Max Klinger
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486156753
Size: 40.34 MB
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Reproduced directly from original portfolio editions, these 74 etchings by a precursor of the Surrealist movement portray fantasies about love and death, sexual psychoses, fetish obsessions, and bizarre nightmares.