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1. Catalan's Constant [Ramanujan's
 
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2. Catalan's Constant [Ramanujan's
3. Catalan's Constant
 
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4. Fire's Guides to Student Rights
5. Always Dreamt Of Studying In Top
 
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6. Director fees and expenses - developing
 
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7. An update on director fees and
 
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8. A 'lot' of questions: determining
 
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9. Web Companies Offer Discounts
 
10. Levies, fees, charges, taxes and
 
11. Fees for service in public safety
 
12. Instructors Manual for Patient
 
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13. Patient Billing: A Computerized
 
14. Patient Billing: Using MediSoft
15. Every Trace

1. Catalan's Constant [Ramanujan's Formula]
by Greg Fee
Paperback: 74 Pages (2010-07-06)
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Asin: B003YHB6L8
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Catalan's Constant [Ramanujan's Formula] is presented here in a high quality paperback edition. This popular classic work by Greg Fee is in the English language. If you enjoy the works of Greg Fee then we highly recommend this publication for your book collection. ... Read more


2. Catalan's Constant [Ramanujan's Formula]
 Hardcover: Pages (2011)
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Asin: B0046A51AY
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3. Catalan's Constant
by Greg Fee
Kindle Edition: Pages (2008-10-22)
list price: US$3.99
Asin: B001IZZ7JU
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4. Fire's Guides to Student Rights On Campus - 5 VOL. COLLECTION OF FIVE TITLES - First Year Orientation and Thought Reform, Religious Liberty on Campus, ... Fees, Funding, legal Equality on Campus
by Harvey Silverglate, Greg Lukianoff, David French, Josh Gewolb, Jordan Lorence
 Paperback: 656 Pages (2005-01-01)
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Asin: 0972471251
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FIREs Guides to Student Rights on Campus is a set of innovative, widely respected, and well-received vehicle for changing the culture on college and university campuses. They do so by emphasizing the critical importance of legal equality over the selective assignment of rights and responsibilities, of self-governance over coercion, and of the rule of law and fair procedure over the ad hoc and arbitrary imposition of partisan and repressive rules. ... Read more


5. Always Dreamt Of Studying In Top Universities With A Scholarship In Hand And Not Burden Your Parents With Skyrocketing Education Fees? Do You Have What ... Fret Not! Help Is Around The Corner!
by Greg Santitas
Kindle Edition: Pages (2009-12-31)
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Asin: B0032JSJRM
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You don’t have to worry about raising funds for your college education. A scholarship can comfortably see you through. The eBook, “Getting Into Scholarships,” is a must read for ambitious students who wish to become great achievers.

Everything you need to know about scholarships, including tips on how to obtain one easily, is presented in a simple, well-organized manner in this 40-page eBook. ... Read more


6. Director fees and expenses - developing a board performance plan to prepare your system to respond to member and public inquiries. (includes appendix): An article from: Management Quarterly
by Greg Boudreaux, Scott Luecal
 Digital: 11 Pages (1993-06-22)
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Asin: B00092SV8M
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This digital document is an article from Management Quarterly, published by National Rural Electric Cooperative Association on June 22, 1993. The length of the article is 3074 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.

From the supplier: Boards of directors of rural electric cooperatives should devise a Board Performance Plan that will assist them in performing their responsibilities and aid them in answering inquiries of members and the public regarding their fees and expenses. This plan should indicate the level of fees and expenses that the cooperative must expend in order to entice qualified directors to serve on the board. It should also identify the training programs and other activities that board directors must attend to help them become contributors to the achievement of cooperative goals. The Board Performance Plan should incorporate director fees and expenses in five categories, namely, the director fee; training and education; other meeting attendance; medical, accident and life insurance; and officer and director liability insurance. This plan will help directors justify these fees and expenses to those questioning them.

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Title: Director fees and expenses - developing a board performance plan to prepare your system to respond to member and public inquiries. (includes appendix)
Author: Greg Boudreaux
Publication: Management Quarterly (Magazine/Journal)
Date: June 22, 1993
Publisher: National Rural Electric Cooperative Association
Volume: v34Issue: n2Page: p4(9)

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7. An update on director fees and executive compensation.(Statistical Data Included): An article from: Management Quarterly
by Joe Slater, Greg Boudreaux
 Digital: 13 Pages (2001-12-22)
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Asin: B0008IMM82
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This digital document is an article from Management Quarterly, published by National Rural Electric Cooperative Association on December 22, 2001. The length of the article is 3660 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.

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Title: An update on director fees and executive compensation.(Statistical Data Included)
Author: Joe Slater
Publication: Management Quarterly (Magazine/Journal)
Date: December 22, 2001
Publisher: National Rural Electric Cooperative Association
Volume: 42Issue: 4Page: 12(12)

Article Type: Statistical Data Included

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8. A 'lot' of questions: determining when parking fees are subject to UBIT.(TAXING ISSUES): An article from: The Non-profit Times
by Jocelyne C. Miller, Harvey J. Berger, D. Greg Goller
 Digital: 6 Pages (2007-08-01)
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This digital document is an article from The Non-profit Times, published by Thomson Gale on August 1, 2007. The length of the article is 1727 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.

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Title: A 'lot' of questions: determining when parking fees are subject to UBIT.(TAXING ISSUES)
Author: Jocelyne C. Miller
Publication: The Non-profit Times (Magazine/Journal)
Date: August 1, 2007
Publisher: Thomson Gale
Volume: 21Issue: 15Page: 26(3)

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9. Web Companies Offer Discounts on Doctors' Fees.: An article from: Family Practice News
by Greg Borzo
 Digital: 5 Pages (2000-10-15)
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This digital document is an article from Family Practice News, published by International Medical News Group on October 15, 2000. The length of the article is 1333 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.

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Title: Web Companies Offer Discounts on Doctors' Fees.
Author: Greg Borzo
Publication: Family Practice News (Magazine/Journal)
Date: October 15, 2000
Publisher: International Medical News Group
Volume: 30Issue: 20Page: 41

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10. Levies, fees, charges, taxes and transaction costs on new housing
by Greg Lampert
 Paperback: Pages (1997)

Isbn: 0660169134
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11. Fees for service in public safety (MIS report)
by Greg Withers
 Unknown Binding: 14 Pages (1994)

Asin: B0006PC8V8
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12. Instructors Manual for Patient Billing: Using Medisoft for Windows (Instructor's Manual)
by Greg Harpole
 Hardcover: Pages (1997-12)
list price: US$52.00
Isbn: 0028012429
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13. Patient Billing: A Computerized Simulation Using Medisoft/Book and Disk
by Greg Harpole
 Paperback: 274 Pages (1995-01)
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Asin: 0028025571
Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars Too old to be useful
The book and disk are from the DOS age. They are not representative of the Newer versions of Medisoft. Not the item to buy if you're looking to learn Medisoft. ... Read more


14. Patient Billing: Using MediSoft for Windows
by Greg Harpole
 Paperback: 278 Pages (1998-02-06)
list price: US$85.33
Isbn: 0028012410
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The eight chapters in this text-workbook tutorial systemati-cally teach students how to use the patient billing features of MediSoft for Windows, a software package used in thousands of medical offices. The book includes a four-day simulation in which students use the software to perform patient billing tasks in a small medical office. MediSoft software with full documen-tation is available to schools free of charge from The Computer Place in Mesa, Arizona. (Call 800-333-4747 for details.) ... Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars non working data disk
The book would be good if it was meant to be used on its own. But seeing it is sold with a data disk and the simulation requires the data disk. Maybe it would be wise to include a data disk that worked. Had I known thisI would never have spent the money I did on the book. ... Read more


15. Every Trace
by Gregg Main
Audio Cassette: Pages (1999-12)
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Isbn: 1575110474
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Since their humble beginnings in the folk clubs and bars of Ireland in the early '60s, The Chieftains have built a worldwide reputation and following based on their brilliant musicianship, their rediscovery and reinvention of traditional Irish music, and their own original music and Oscar-winning soundtracks. Based on exclusive interviews with all the band's members, their families and friends, this is the intimate and comprehensive history of one of the most acclaimed Irish bands of all time. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars THE BEST BOOK I HAVE EVER READ
I am an avid reader and I was spellbound by this book. It was excellent, I couldn't put it down until I finished it 1 day later. I have beem searching the internet for anymore books Gregg Main has written. It stated that'Every Trace" was his first and I just hope it isn't his last.

4-0 out of 5 stars A PROMISING DEBUT
The plot may be predictable but the characters are not, which may, to a great degree, be what carries screenwriter Gregg Main's debut thriller Every Trace.A petty thief and convicted murderer seems a poor choice for an affecting protagonist, but in the deft hands of Mr. Main it works.Gruff, grizzly, enigmatic Franklin Walker intrigues and even elicits sympathy as beneath his crusty carapace one finds some drops of human kindness.

WhenEllen Donelly has a pack-your-bag-and-leave fight with her husband, Pete, she says she needs some time and is going to visit her sister.Several days later, Pete discovers that Ellen has not gone to see her sister nor was her sister expecting her.Ellen has disappeared.

What Pete does not know is that Ellen has been haunted for years by her father's murder - a slaying she witnessed when she was only four-years-old.Two men had broken into her father's office.They shot him and then set fire to the building.One of the men, Franklin Walker, was captured and spent 30 years in prison for his crime.He never revealed the name of the second man, the one who fired the fatal bullets.

Determined to find the man who actually killed her father, Ellen, disguised and with a false I.D.,has gone to California to find the 63-year-old Walker and force him to tell her the murderer's name.But stalker becomes captive when Walker wrestles a gun from Ellen and takes her prisoner.

Alan Barton, Walker's accomplice in crime, orders the parolee to kill Ellen but Walker cannot bring himself to do it.A devotee of self-help books, he searches vainly for a positive solution, knowing that Barton will surely kill him if he does not obey.

A showdown with Barton seems the only solution, so he and Ellen head for Barton's cabin in the remote mountains of New Mexico.

Meanwhile, Pete has done some investigating of his own and discovered that Ellen has long planned to exact revenge.With the help of a computer whiz friend who is able to retrieve information from Ellen's computer and a curmudgeonly L.A. detective, Pete traces Ellen and he, too, heads for New Mexico.

With a succession of wrong turns and near misses the author skillfully zings his narrative along to abloody, bullet-riddled, flaming crescendo.

While readers may well guess on page 3 who has masterminded these nefarious doings.The key is we didn't know Franklin Walker, and he's well worth the read.

4-0 out of 5 stars Different, but enjoyable
Not a bad first book. The twist of the story gives this an extra star. There is no suprise ending here, very predicable - but an enjoyable read.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Pretty Good Book!
I truly enjoyed this book.I agree with one of the other reviewers regardng the flaws, but it did not really detract from the story.Look forward to his next novel.

4-0 out of 5 stars I smell a made-for-TV movie here.
As a very young girl, Ellen is in her father's office when he is murdered by two intruders. The actual shooter is never identified or caught. His accomplice, Walker, is convicted and serves 30 years in prison. On his release, Ellen tracks Walker down with the intent of forcing him to tellher who the shooter was (or is, so she can find and kill him). Toaccomplish this, she disappears suddenly and without warning out of thesuburban Dallas life that she shares with her recently-adulterous husband,Pete, intentionally obliterating "every trace" of her plan and movements asshe stalks her quarry. Pete, in turn, is left to frantically track her downbecause, of course, he still loves her.

This is the first novel by GregMain, an occasional screenwriter, and it shows. The plot and characters arepainted in broad brushstrokes that lend the story to a Sunday night,TV-movie adaptation. However, just as it doesn't have the makings for a bigscreen film, it's also not of the caliber of a first rate piece of fiction.

The story line sprints to a predictable finish: the good guys win andthe bad guys are killed off, and, for good measure, Ellen's marriage withPete is saved. The one particularly good plot element is the love/haterelationship that develops between Ellen and Walker. Because of this twist,I've given Greg 4 stars for effort, though the novel as a whole is closerto a 3. ... Read more


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