Better Bridge with a Better Memory 'goes beyond ... wide-ranging advice ... and investigates one specific technique in detail. The method demonstrated is mnemonics, and the author shows how that approach, already widely in use in naming agreements and providing clues to their details, can be applied to every phase of the game. As is often the case in Klinger productions, many examples used to demonstrate the case at hand have unrelated interesting points, and the discussions thus provide a welcome variety of topics.' - The Bridge World.
Many bridge errors arise from a poor memory, and those who learn to improve their memories will automatically improve their games. This book covers beginner, intermediate, and advanced players; rather than just a course of memory lessons, it helps one learn and remember what is important to bridge players.
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He's Gonna Toot and I'm Gonna Scoot ; Living Somewhere Between Estrogen and Death
Author: Barbara Johnson
Publisher: W Publishing Group
Readers can now add three of Barbara Johnson's most popular titles to their collection - Living Somewhere Between Estrogen and Death, Leaking Laffs Between Pampers and Depends, and He's Gonna Toot and I'm Gonna Scoot. For women of all ages, aches, and architecture, Barbara heaps on the joy needed to grow old ferociously amidst husband-handling, kid-corralling, and parent-parenting, all the while keeping their focus on our home in the sweet by and by.
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Humanities, Social Sciences & World Languages
This upper-level text for advanced undergraduate students in Human Development, Social Work, Psychology and Gerontology Departments is part of the McGraw-Hill Series in Developmental Psychology. This book addresses cognitive and intellectual changes in adulthood and aging, utilizing the work of the most prominent scholars in the field. Chapters are contributed by 20 renowned colleagues on topics such as foundations, intelligence, information processing, memory, and cognition in context. Each contributor discusses specific issues or trends in his/her area of Adult Development. The volume is edited by two noted scholars in Cognitive Aging, and contains an introductory chapter by the editors that integrates the topics discussed.
As the price of servers comes down to the level of desktop PCs, many small - and medium-sized businesses are forced to provide their own server setup, maintenance and support, without the high-dollar training enjoyed by their big corporation counterparts. This book is the first line of defense for small- and medium-sized businesses, and an excellent go-to reference for experienced administrators who have pined for such a reference! It's all here in one, incredibly useful tome that readers will refer to again and again. Weighing in at more than 1,400 pages, this book blows away the competition's attempts to cover server hardware.