Sunday, 21 June 2020

Stories of Birds

Stories of Birds by Lenore Elizabeth Mulets
"When our babe he goeth walking in his garden
Around his tinkling feet the sunbeams play;
The posies they are good to him
And bow them as they should to him
As he fareth upon his kingly way:
The birdlings of the wood to him
Make music, gentle music, all-day
When our babe he goeth walking in his garden."
—Eugene Field.

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Fasting is Protection

The title of this book is deriving from this Hadith “Fasting is for me” Says Allah Almighty “and I give reward accordingly, for man gives up food, sex, and drink for My Sake. Fasting is Protection. Whoever fasts rejoice twice the first time on breaking the fast and the second on meeting the Lord. “The smell of the mouth of the fasting person is considered by Allah to be better than the fragrance of musk”.
Fasting is Protection 

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Wednesday, 29 April 2020


DAVY'S BEND a river town, a failing town, and an old town, on a dark night, with a misty rain falling, and the stars hiding from the dangerous streets and walk of the failing town down by the sluggish river which seems to be hurrying away from it, too, like its institutions and its people, and as the light of the wretched day that has just closed hurried away from it a few hours since.
The darkness is so intense that the people who look out of their windows are oppressed from staring at nothing, for the shadows are obliterated, and for all, they know there may be great caverns in the streets, filled with water from the rising river, and vagabond debris on their front steps.
It occurs to one of them who opens the blind to his window a moment and looks out (and who notices incidentally that the rays from his lamp seem afraid to venture far from the casement) that a hard crust will form somewhere above the town, up where there is light for the living, and turn the people of Davy's Bend into rocks as solid as those thousands of feet below, which thought affects him so much that he closes his blinds and shutters tighter than before, determined that his rooms shall become caves. 

Friday, 3 April 2020

Enzymes in Fruit and Vegetable Processing

Fruits and vegetables are consumed as fresh or processed into different types of products. Some of the naturally occurring enzymes in fruits and vegetables have undesirable effects on product quality, and therefore enzyme inactivation is required during fruit and vegetable processing in order to increase the product shelf-life. Commercial enzyme preparations are also used as processing aids in fruit and vegetable processing to improve the process efficiency and product quality because enzymes show activity on specific substrates under mild processing conditions. Therefore, there has been a striking growth in the enzyme market for the fruit and vegetable industry. 

Friday, 22 November 2019

Heroes of Africa

TRUE STORIES OF THE INTREPID BRAVERY AND STIRRING ADVENTURES OF THE PIONEERS, EXPLORERS, AND FOUNDERS OF MODERN AFRICA. The exploration of Heroes of Africa, begun by Greece and Rome, has been carried on also by Moslem Arabs, by the Portuguese, the Dutch, and later by the French and Germans, as well as by ourselves. 
It seems as if unknown Africa would shortly be reduced to a small area, and the long list of explorers and discoverers must soon be completed ; but there is yet room in the world for men of enterprise who will go forth to keep order among men and the lower animals, to organise a higher civilisation, to combat diseases, and teach the natives the truths of science and religion.

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2007 World Cup - A Catalyst Toward Caribbean Identity Construction

It was paramount for the English-speaking Caribbean to host a successful Cricket 2007 World Cup and field an outstanding West Indian cricket team for the international sporting mega-event. For CARICOM and the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), there were two principle goals – first, to exhibit regional Caribbean identity, and second, to be triumphant under the leadership of the West Indian cricket team’s captain, Trinidadian Brian Lara.
Identities are multifaceted and intricate, negotiated and renegotiated, based on a history of economic, political and cultural forces. This thesis interrogates Caribbean identity through textual analysis of the broadcast of the opening ceremony and regional newspaper coverage of the spectacle as well as ensuing events that were held in eight of the Caribbean countries from 11 March to 28 April 2007. The thesis questions whether this mega-event served as a catalyst toward Caribbean identity construction.

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Tuesday, 19 November 2019

Cognitive Psychology

Book structure of Cognitive Psychology: The chapters in this book are organized in five parts. The first four parts focus on broad and well-established topic areas within cognitive psychology, such as perceptual processes and memory. The fifth considers a range of challenges, themes and issues – topics that have been thought to present challenges to the cognitive approach, such as emotion and consciousness; themes such as cognitive modelling and modularity; and issues such as the relation of cognition to biology. The first chapter is not located in one of these parts. 

It attempts to give a historical and conceptual introduction to cognitive psychology, laying out the foundations of the subject, and raising some of the important themes and issues that are revisited in later chapters. Some of these themes are developed also in the introductions to each of the subsequent parts; we recommend that students read these introductions prior to reading their associated parts, and re-read them afterwards. 

This book has been produced as the core text for the Open University’s level 3 course in Cognitive Psychology (DD303). However, it has been designed to serve students taking other courses in cognitive psychology as well, either as essential or recommended reading. There are a number of features of the design of this text that we hope will serve well both students learning about cognitive psychology and educators teaching the subject.

Edited by Nick Braisby and Angus Gellatly

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Monday, 18 November 2019

How To Win Every Argument

In this witty and infectious book How To Win Every Argument by Madsen Pirie provides a complete guide to using and indeed abusing - logic in order to win arguments. We all love to think ourselves as clear headed and logical but all readers will find in this book fallacies of which they themselves are guilty. The author shows you to simultaneously  to strengthen your own thinking and identify the weakness in other people arguments. 
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Yuvraj Singh - Test of My Life

Timeline for the Sequence of Events April 2011: ICC Cricket World Cup Final, April 2. India wins against Sri Lanka at the Wankhede stadium, Mumbai.
May 2011: Yuvraj’s chest X-rayed in the last week of May. Yuvraj advised further testing. FNAC test carried out. A tumour is found in the cavity between the lungs. It is possible that the tumour might be malignant.
July–August 2011: Travels to England with the Indian team for a four-Test tour. During the second Test at Nottingham, fractures his finger and is ruled out for the series. Returns to India in the first week of August 2011. August–September 2011: Alternative therapy for tumour undertaken in Jatin Chaudhry’s care.
October 2011: Confusion over the exact nature of the tumour. Biopsy report conducted in end-October suggests that this could be a rarest of rare germ cell tumour called a seminoma. Unconfirmed.
November 2011: India play West Indies at home, Yuvraj plays two Tests and is dropped from the third and final Test.
December 2011: Yuvraj trains at the National Cricket Academy (NCA), Bangalore to be ready for the ODI series in Australia.
January 2012: Scans in Bangalore and an oncologist in Delhi confirm that Yuvraj has mediastinal seminoma, a germ cell cancer. Yuvraj pulls out of ODI matches in Australia. Meets Dr Peter Harper in London in the third week of January and is advised immediate chemotherapy. Travels to Indianapolis to begin his treatment under Dr Lawrence Einhorn at
the IU Simon Cancer Centre, in the University of Indiana. Therapy begins on January 25.
March 2012: Chemotherapy ends on March 18.
April 2012: Arrives back in India on April 9.
May 2012: Begins training on May 20 at the NCA, Bangalore, in order to return to the game July 2012: Yuvraj launches cancer charity YOUWECAN.
August 2012: Is named in the India T20 squad to play against New Zealand at home and the World T20 tournament in Sri Lanka. 
September 2012: Plays his first match for India after his recovery from cancer on
September 11 versus New Zealand in Chennai.
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Friday, 20 May 2016

Bermuda Tikon Aur Dajjal

In the Name of Allah, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful
Indeed, all praise is due to Allah. We praise him, seek refuge with him, and seek his forgiveness. We seek refuge with Allah from the evils of our souls, and the mistakes in our actions. Whoever Allah Guides, there is none who can misguide him, and whoever Allah misguides, there is none who can guide him. And I testify that there is none worthy of being worshipped except Allah, and I testify that Muhammad (PBUH) is his servant and Messenger.

Book Title: Bermuda Tikon Aur Dajjal
File Size: 22 MB
Pages: 277
Language: Urdu
Format: PDF
Written By: Mulana Asim Umer Sb
Published Year: April 2009
After praising Allah and praying for the bestowal of blessings and peace upon our master, the Messenger of Allah, Muhammad, I beg Allah that these issuing books from my library be a step taken on the path of guidance and a light that may illumine the way towards Faith and we pray for guidance and success from Allah.