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Draw The Circle by Mark Batterson
Do you pray as often and as boldly as you want to? There is a way to experience a deeper, more passionate, persistent, and intimate prayer life. Drawing from forty days of true stories, Mark Batterson applies the principles of his New York Times bestselling book The Circle Maker to teach us a new way to pray. As thousands of readers quickly became many tens of thousands, true stories of miraculous and inspiring answers to prayer began to pour in, and as those stories were shared, others were bolstered in their faith to pray with even more boldness. In Draw the Circle, through forty true, faith-building stories of God’s answers to prayer, daily scriptures and prayer prompts, Batterson inspires you to pray and keep praying like never before. Begin a lifetime of watching God work. Believe in the God who can do all things. Experience the power of bold prayer and even bolder faith in Draw the Circle.
Engineering Drawing And Graphics Autocad by K. Venugopal
This Book Provides A Systematic Account Of The Basic Principles Involved In Engineering Drawing. The Treatment Is Based On The First Angle Projection.Salient Features: * Nomography Explained In Detail. * 555 Self-Explanatory Solved University Problems. * Step-By-Step Procedures. * Side-By-Side Simplified Drawings. * Adopts B.I.S. And I.S.O. Standards. * 1200 Questions Included For Self Test.The Book Would Serve As An Excellent Text For B.E., B. Tech., B.Sc. (Ap. Science) Degree And Diploma Students Of Engineering. Amie Students Would Also Find It Extremely Useful.
Electrical Machines Ii by U.A.Bakshi
Journal Of The Michigan Schoolmasters Club by Michigan Schoolmasters' Club
Actionscript Cookbook by Joey Lott
A guide to ActionScript covers such topics as runtime, color, drawing, masking, arrays, movie clips, strings, and sound.
Mathematics Of Circles by Susan Levy
Theory Of Machines by Sadhu Singh
Engineering Graphics by K. C. JOHN
This book provides a detailed study of geometrical drawing through simple and well-explained worked-out examples and exercises. This book is designed for students of first year Engineering Diploma course, irrespective of their branches of study. The book is divided into seven modules. Module A covers the fundamentals of manual drafting, lettering, freehand sketching and dimensioning of views. Module B describes two-dimensional drawings like geometrical constructions, conics, miscellaneous curves and scales. Three-dimensional drawings, such as projections of points, lines, plane lamina, geometrical solids and their different sections are well-explained in Module C. Module D deals with intersection of surfaces and their developments. Drawing of pictorial views is illustrated in Module E, which includes isometric projection, oblique projection and perspective projections. The fundamentals of machine drawing are covered in Module F. Finally, in Module G, the book introduces computer-aided drafting (CAD) to make the readers familiar with the state-of-the-art techniques of drafting. KEY FEATURES : Follows the International Standard Organization (ISO) code of practice for drawing. Includes a large number of dimensioned illustrations, worked-out examples, and Polytechnic questions and answers to explain the geometrical drawing process. Contains chapter-end exercises to help students develop their drawing skills.
Engineering Drawing From The Beginning by M. F. Cousins
Engineering Drawing from the Beginning, Volume 2 discusses the methods for communicating technical engineering concepts through illustrations and drawings. This volume covers the more advance techniques in engineering drawing. The coverage of the text includes the helix, which is the path traced by a point moving uniformly around the surface of a right cylinder that is moving axially. The book also covers drawings of solid objects such as prisms, pyramids, and cones, along with hollow objects made from sheet material. In Chapter 5, the text presents the conventional representations of common features. The sixth chapter deals with all forms of fastenings, while the seventh chapter talks about metrication in the drawing office. The last chapter details the working drawings of assemblies and parts taken from those assemblies. The text will be most useful to students and professional engineers, as both learning material and reference source.