6 edition of waves found in the catalog.
Originally published: The Hogarth Press, 1990.
|Series||The definitive edition|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||199|
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"Waves" caught my eye while I was searching for something unrelated, can't remember what, but when I saw it, I was drawn in, abandoned previous search, and had to have it. I grew up by the water, spent every waking moment in the waves on my little beach back home, and this book instantly made me feel the powerful pull of the ocean from the /5(24).
“New Waves is not one novel, but several: an acerbic portrait of startup culture, a circa-now account of twentysomething life in New York City, a moving exploration of grief, and a clear-eyed appraisal of race, sex, and privilege/5(12). Waves by Sharon Dogar was a book that many expected it to be about surfing.
When I saw the book "Waves" just sitting their on the cart in my english class. I thought it was a good book I thought it talked about water and how they would surf/5. Wave book. Read 2, reviews from the world's largest community for readers. On the morning of Decemon the southern coast of Sri Lanka, So /5.
“In the Waves is one part science book, one part historical narrative, one part memoir harrowing, and inspiring.” —Wall Street Journal “Lance deftly blends historical narrative and the unraveling of this scientific puzzle in a thoroughly accessible and entertaining style.
The following files are a beginning draft of a Waves book designed for college sophomores. The Fourier and Interference chapters are a little more polished than the others. There are certainly typos and things that I will change, but there's a lot of nice material here as it stands.
Chapters on optics and water waves will eventually be added. YOUR MIX SUCKS by Marc Mozart: Waves Edition. Written by award-winning mix engineer and producer Marc Mozart (Lil Wayne, DMX), this e-book presents a complete methodology of mixing, from preparation to delivery, covering the technical, artistic and personal sides of the mixing process.
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