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This book describes 15 important qualities which one needs to have in order to be considered a model Christian. It also guides the reader through a series of user-friendly, practical exercises that will help them to become a model Christian. When these qualities are developed, they turn the believer into a beautiful rose that beautifies and perfumes his/her environment. The believer in Christ has to decide not so much what are the virtues and values that set them apart from other people of faith and religion. He or she has to decide whether they will practice the principles. This book summarizes the core Christian virtues and encourages the believer to see that even the least confident Christian can develop into a model worthy of Christ and of the admiration of others believers. The virtues which are described in this book are inner qualities that are born out of principles which the Bible teaches. However, they emphasize the teachings of Jesus and the applications of the apostle Paul. In this book, Christians are not let off the hook; and yet they are made to feel confident and supported by the way the author paves the way of hope. The virtues discussed in this book deal with personal and internal qualities. While doing this, it delves into issues of interpersonal relationships, business efforts, and family dynamics. A lot of suggestions are given for personal development.
Since Prandtl first suggested it in 1904, boundary layer theory has become a fundamental aspect of fluid dynamics. Although a vast literature exists for theoretical and experimental aspects of the theory, for the most part, mathematical studies can be found only in separate, scattered articles. Mathematical Models in Boundary Layer Theory offers the first systematic exposition of the mathematical methods and main results of the theory.
Angioplasty has completely transformed the treatment of coronary artery disease and is widely used, with more than 800,000 procedures performed worldwide per year. However, the enthusiasm for angioplasty is shadowed by restenosis, which remains a critical problem after the procedure, resulting in clinical recurrence in over a third of patients. Recently, the mechanisms of restenosis have been completely reappraised with an enriched understanding that the original concept of neointimal hyperplasia may not be accounting for the bulk of the problem.
This book explores the topics of English accents and pronunciation. It highlights their connections with several important issues in the study of English in the world, including intelligibility, identity, and globalization. The unifying strand is provided by English pronunciation models: what do these models consist of, and why? The focus on pronunciation teaching is combined with sociolinguistic perspectives on global English, and the wider question asked by the book is: what does it mean to teach English pronunciation in a globalized world? The book takes Hong Kong - 'Asia's World City' - as a case study of how global and local influences interact, and of how decisions about teaching need to reflect this interaction. It critically examines existing approaches to global English, such as World Englishes and English as a Lingua Franca, and considers their contributions as well as their limitations in the Hong Kong context. A data-based approach with quantitative and qualitative data anchors the discussion and assists in the development of criteria for the contents of pronunciation models. English Pronunciation Models in a Globalized World: Accent, Acceptability and Hong Kong English discusses, among other issues: * Global English: A socio-linguistic toolkit * * Accents and Communication: Intelligibility in global English * * Teaching English Pronunciation: The models debate * * Somewhere Between: Accent and pronunciation in Hong Kong Researchers and practitioners of English studies and applied linguistics will find this book an insightful resource.
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