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Eudora, a small town in the middle of wheat, oil, and cattle country, is on the verge of extinction. And Lottie Dougal, the local stationer with a healing touch, may be the only one who can bring the community back together–if she doesn’t destroy it first. In a town like Eudora, where everyone knows you from birth to death, it takes a brave woman to color her hair. Since returning to Eudora from a stint in the big city, Lottie Dougal has streaked hers until her aubu`rn curls glow as bright as the neon sign at Chuck’s Beer and Bowl. Clearly, the woman is one of life’s risk takers. So when the town’s new doctor (and the object of Lottie’s affections) fails to produce the anticipated ring at the Snow Ball, rumor has it that Lottie is consulting Herbal Cures and Curses . . . for a spell. But love potions, like good intentions, can backfire. Dr. Emery does indeed take a bride, but one who hails from a city far from Eudora’s main street. As if the arrival of this temptress and Lottie’s broken heart aren’t enough to keep Eudorans clucking and plotting, the town has its own share of growing pains. The quarry is in financial ruin and the mayoral election unearths long-buried racial friction. An unprecedented drama unfolds–which, naturally and often quite comically, reverberates through the lives of the residents trying to save their livelihoods and the future of the town. As for Lottie and the good doctor, well, Eudora has a plan of its own. . . .
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Published as a recent series in the British Dental Journal, the articles were so well received that they have now been brought together as The Internet Guide for Dentistry . Written by a dentist for a dental audience, the Guide uses as little technical jargon as possible in order to guide the reader new to the internet through from the early stages of getting connected to the more advanced realms of benefiting from user groups and searching the world wide web. With dentistry becoming more and more reliant on the Internet in the future, this book will provide an ideal starting point for the dental professional to learn the advantages that the Internet has to offer for business, education and pleasure uses. Readers will learn, amongst other applications, how to send and receive e-mail, search the web for a wide variety of information and make the most efficient use of the Internet.
Eudora Welty's works are treasures of American literature. When her first short-story collection was published in 1941, it heralded the arrival of a genuinely original writer who over the decades wrote hugely popular novels, novellas, essays, and a memoir, One Writer's Beginnings, that became a national bestseller. By the end of her life, Welty (who died in 2001) had been given nearly every literary award there was and was all but shrouded in admiration. In this definitive and authoritative account, Suzanne Marrs restores Welty's story to human proportions, tracing Welty's life from her roots in Jackson, Mississippi, to her rise to international stature. Making generous use of Welty's correspondence-particularly with contemporaries and admirers, including Katherine Anne Porter, E. M. Forster, and Elizabeth Bowen-Marrs has provided a fitting and fascinating tribute to one of the finest writers of the twentieth century.
Prepares the user for CompTIA's 2002 i-Net+ certification exam and surveys the various different technologies that form and make the Internet work.
At last, the world's most popular operating software now has everything you need to connect to the Internet and surf all four corners of the World Wide Web. With the release of Windows 98 comes a suite of programs designed to make life in cyberspace a safer and saner experience. Still not sure just what all this Internet stuff is about? The Internet For Windows 98 For Dummies leads you step-by-step through these key elements of Windows 98 and the ever-expanding Internet: * What is the Internet? * Selecting which Internet service to use * Sending and receiving e-mail * The World Wide Web explained (really) * Straight talk about channels, subscriptions, push technology, cookies, and other Web-related hype * Creating your own home page on the Web * The ins and outs of online shopping With The Internet For Windows 98 For Dummies as your guide, your online experience can be fun instead of frustrating.
Introduces the Eudora e-mail system, with tips on pasting Web hyperlinks into e-mail, filtering out junk mail, and establishing multiple e-mail accounts
Introduces the Internet and the World Wide Web, and discusses online sources of genealogical information, including forums, databases, and library catalogs

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