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Disloyal

by: Michael Cohen
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An account of President Trump’s business empire, political campaign and presidential administration by his former personal attorney.

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2. Disloyal: A Memoir

by: Michael Cohen
Release date: Sep 08, 2020
Number of Pages: 432
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A #1 New York Times Bestseller! “I read it cover-to-cover. I did not intend to, but I started at the beginning and didn’t put it down until it was over.”—Rachel Maddow, MSNBC This book almost didn’t see the light of day as government officials tried to bar its publication. The Inside Story of the Real President Trump, by His Former Attorney and Personal Advisor—The Man Who Helped Get Him Into the Oval Office Once Donald Trump’s fiercest surrogate, closest confidant, and staunchest defender, Michael Cohen knows where the skeletons are buried. This is the most devastating business and political horror story of the century. As Trump’s lawyer and “fixer,” Cohen not only witnessed firsthand but was also an active participant in the inner workings of Trump’s business empire, political campaign, and presidential administration. This is a story that you have not read in newspapers, or on social media, or watched on television. These are accounts that only someone who worked for Trump around the clock for over a decade—not a few months or even a couple of years—could know. Cohen describes Trump’s racist rants against President Barack Obama, Nelson Mandela, and Black and Hispanic people in general, as well as the cruelty, humiliation, and abuse he leveled at family and staff. Whether he’s exposing the fact that Trump engaged in tax fraud by inflating his wealth or electronic fraud by rigging an online survey, or outing Trump’s Neanderthal views towards women or his hush-money payments to clandestine lovers, Cohen pulls no punches. He shows Trump’s relentless willingness to lie, exaggerate, mislead, or manipulate. Trump emerges as a man without a soul—a man who courts evangelicals and then trashes them, panders to the common man, but then rips off small business owners, a con man who will do or say absolutely anything to win, regardless of the cost to his family, his associates, or his country. At the heart of Disloyal, we see how Cohen came under the spell of his charismatic “Boss” and, as a result, lost all sense of his moral compass. The real “real” Donald Trump who permeates these pages—the racist, sexist, homophobic, lying, cheating President—will be discussed, written about, and analyzed for years to come.

3. And Other Essays

by: Michael Cohen
Release date: Aug 03, 2020
Number of Pages: 210
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In this essay collection, the sequel to his A Place to Read, Michael Cohen presents the odd idea of the suicide note as a writing project that can be critiqued like any other, describes encounters with illegal border crossers in south Texas, and ponders the sudden popularity of books about atheism. Books are a frequent subject here, and Cohen makes an argument for The Maltese Falcon as the Great American Novel, searches for the perfect, the Platonic, nature handbook, and compares playing golf to reading about it. Reading is, for him, as engrossing a form of experience as any other—say hitchhiking through the Southwest with an old friend, the joys of flying small planes, or the charm of studying ancient Greek while people-watching at the gym, all experiences chronicled here. He looks back at the effect a 1956 collision of two airliners over the Grand Canyon had on him as a kid fond of flying, and how he learned about the joys of good food during a wanderjahr in Europe. Many of these essays begin with a question: whether Americans deserve their reputation for materialism, why we seem to have lost the climate change battle, and whether talking to yourself might really be beneficial. Another frequent topic is how our ideal places cannot avoid being bruised by time. He looks at what happened as the Tucson bars of his college days closed or morphed into very different places. He traces seasonal changes in the desert. He notes what happens to its effect when a giant cross beside I-40 in Texas is joined by equally giant windmills. And he takes a mind’s-eye tour through Paris’s terrace cafés and their literary associations after the 2015 terrorist attack there.

5. The Testimony of Michael Cohen, Former Attorney to President Donald Trump

by: Elijah CummingsMichael Cohen
Release date: Mar 20, 2019
Number of Pages: 300
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Did Donald J. Trump, the President of the United States, commit bank fraud and tax fraud on a massive and continuing scale while in office? Did he write hush-money checks before the 2016 election to silence women with whom he had hidden extramarital relationships, thus breaking campaign finance laws? Did he use non-profit charitable foundation funds to line his own pockets and furnish art for his golf clubhouses? Did he put himself in league with Russian oligarchs close to Vladimir Putin? Was he a racist, a conman and a cheat? Did he lie to the nation and the world over 8700 times in the first three years of his Presidency? Bolstered by documentary exhibits and on the strength of his decade of service as Donald Trump’s former attorney, Michael Cohen made such allegations during his testimony and hearings of February 29, 2019 before the House Committee on Oversight & Reform. A series of 24 Democratic representatives of the House questioned him for proof and details of these claims.Alternatively, was Michael Cohen, convicted of lying before Congress, the very body before which he had once again been called, discredited as a witness and incapable of telling the truth? Was the hearing an exercise in futility and only designed to smear the President? That thesis was the counter-strategy employed by 18 Republican representatives of the House as they questioned Mr. Cohen.The partisan disputes during the public proceedings reflected sharp divisions in the American body politic. Still, the speakers labeled each other “gentleman” and “gentlelady” throughout.The transcript is complete, verbatim and carefully reconstructed from audio recordings. The transcribers played and replayed the words and phrases of each participant time and again until the correct text could be reproduced, right down to “um” and “ah.” No annotations, omissions or additions interfere with the message.Thoroughly researched allusions and mentions of names, locations, institutions, publications, and so forth, reflect the accurate spellings and background information.Evenhanded, non-biased illustrations for each of the 43 participants – from I.T. Meladeca – provide a rich, visual feel for the event.”This would be perfect for civics class… if we had civics classes anymore.””Every American – for that matter every citizen of the world – should determine if the claims of Michel Cohen are legitimate. The visual documentary evidence can help with that.””Whatever your political persuasion, this transcription will let you draw your own conclusions.”

6. A Nature Lover’s Path to Peace

by: Michael CohenMichael J Cohen Ph D
Release date: Jun 16, 2018
Number of Pages: 76
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Nature-Connected Therapy, Counseling and Healing Nature lover, does this quote make sense to you? “Nature: where there’s life, there’s love.” The art and science of this book energizes into action the 54 senses of nature lovers as they delight in the Nature’s “labor” of love in a natural area. There the life of Nature gives birth to itself in the “now” time and space of that environment, moment by moment, backyard or back country. . You can earn $60 just by letting the Author know that you want to mentor this love process to increase personal, social and environmental well-being. www.ecopsych.com/LNE.html . The Revolutionary Wisdom in this hands-on paperback/course/tool consciously attaches us to the unadulterated life of our Planet. We learn to teach how its love manifests itself as Mother Earth and how we benefit from it when we seek its virtues rather than deny or conquer them. . Earth’s pure love to survive through additional love relationships is the love that nature-lovers consist of, experience, and can mentor in others, even in conjunction with a potted plant. . This book enables nature lovers to certify as Mentors and fiduciaries so they can be mentored to master the mentoring process. It offers this learning by doing from the authentic, unsullied life of Earth itself, around and in us. . We published this short but relatively expensive book because it is the accredited and warrantied organic therapy tool that nature-loving Mentors use to learn, teach and sell to support themselves as part of their Project NatureConnect relationships or vision. Your purchase enhances their mission as well as gives you a major tool for mentoring if you so choose. . The information in this book is only $5.60 as a White Paper, not a course, from Amazon entitled “How to Liberate Your Natural Essence: The Art and Science of Sensory Validation” by Michael J. Cohen. It is also available, free, online via www.ecopsych.com/LNE.html

7. Hollywood on the Pecos

by: Michael CohenSchusterman Visiting Assistant Professor Michael Cohen
Release date: Nov 13, 2016
Number of Pages: 204
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A story about a small town doctor, a con man on the run, and a movie star whose chance for the role of a lifetime is becoming ever more elusive. When fate brings the three of them together, their stories of frustration, greed, divorce and kidnapping form the basis of “Hollywood on the Pecos,” a Hollywood story set on the banks of the Pecos River in southeastern New Mexico.

8. Argentina’s Economic Growth and Recovery

by: Michael Cohen
Release date: Jun 17, 2016
Number of Pages: 288
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This book examines the causes of the economic and political crisis in Argentina in 2001 and the process of strong economic recovery. It poses the question of how a country which defaulted on its external loans and was widely criticized by international observers could have succeeded in its growth and development despite this decision in 2002. It examines this process in terms of the impact of neo-liberal policies on the economy and the role of development strategy and the state in recovering from the crisis

9. The Big Story

by: Michael Cohen
Release date: Feb 12, 2016
Number of Pages: 132
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The Big Story explains the way in which the purposeful process that has brought human beings into existence has taken place gradually over time and space. It shows that the concepts of evolution and creation are not mutually exclusive. Science and religion are shown to be two windows on one reality, two knowledge systems that when properly understood function as one cohesive whole. This book is most suitable for readers 14 years and older. Younger readers will enjoy the bright and informative illustrations but will require support.

10. Rethink it!

by: Michael Cohen
Release date: Sep 01, 2015
Number of Pages: 135
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Practical advice on tackling the destruction thoughts that lead to anger, rejection, shame, jealousy, fear and worry.

11. The Attention Zone

by: Michael Cohen
Release date: Sep 19, 2014
Number of Pages: 200
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First published in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

12. Uncle Horsey’s Parade of Animals

by: Michael Cohen
Release date: Aug 29, 2014
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A collection of original fanciful paintings and stories.

13. A Place to Read

by: Michael Cohen
Release date: Jan 01, 2014
Number of Pages: 256
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In this essay collection, Michael Cohen tells us about his surprise encounter with the remains of Frida Kahlo, about his father’s murder, and about his son’s close shave with death on the highway. His subjects can be as commonplace as golfing with close friends, amateur astronomy, birding, or learning to fly at the age of sixty. But he asks difficult questions about how we are grounded in space and time, how we are affected by our names, how a healthy person can turn into a hypochondriac, and how we might commune with the dead. And throughout he measures, compares and interprets his experiences through the lens of six decades of reading. The tools of the writer’s trade fascinate him as do eateries in his small college town, male dress habits, American roads, and roadside shrines. He lives on the Blood River in Kentucky when he is not in the Tucson Mountains.

14. A History of Western Literature

by: John Michael Cohen
Release date: Sep 01, 2012
Number of Pages: 382
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The Whole Story Of Continental Writing In The Vernacular Tongues From The Days Of The Great Epics And Romances Of Chivalry To The Middle Of The Present Century.

15. Two Into One Will Go

by: Michael Cohen
Release date: Jan 01, 2012
Number of Pages: 192
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Two Into One Will Go is not a controversial book about mathematics–it is about theological controversies that should never have been! If you are willing to allow Christian traditions and preconceptions to be challenged, you will find that many of them are actually not biblical. In addition to many thought-provoking and spirit-stirring truths, you will discover that: Two thousand years ago, God sent His only Son to be the Messiah of Israel and Savior of the world–but since then, He has become the Christ of the Church and a stranger to His own people, the Jews. God gave us a way of life at Mount Sinai that has morphed into two different, separate religions at odds with each other. Christmas and Easter are not biblically commanded Feasts, whereas Passover, Weeks, and Tabernacles are–why does the Church perpetuate the nonbiblical feasts and ignore the God-given ones? Author Michael Cohen is a Jewish man who found his Messiah more than 40 years ago and has spent all those years trying to put his mind at rest as a Jewish-Believer, a Messianic Jew, and a Jewish-born disciple of Yeshua (Jesus). Two Into One Will Go is a distillation of his discoveries and the revelations he has received during this quest.

16. The Power of Accepting Yourself

by: Michael Cohen
Release date: Jan 10, 2011
Number of Pages: 160
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Are you your own worst enemy? Learn how to enjoy the person you are.

17. Apple Training Series

by: Richard HarringtonMichael CohenJeff BollowRhed Pixel
Release date: Aug 01, 2008
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This is a discounted bundle of Apple Training Series: iWork 08 and Apple Training Series: iLife 08.

18. Journey Among Nations

by: Michael Cohen
Release date: Sep 01, 2007
Number of Pages: 408
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Fall in love with the simple life in paradise. Jewish Afghan families immigrate through Iran to Israel and America in hostile wartimes. Accompany the author, Michael Cohen, on his self-made spiritual voyage through historic generations. In this novel, he charmingly depicts the fascinating journey among different cultures and the three major monotheistic western religions. Michael Cohen travels from his beloved kingdom of Afghanistan; to Israel with his family to serve the army in the homeland of his faith; to America, the land of opportunity and success. Experience the memoirs of a young man growing up in Afghanistan, a prosperous and peaceful country ruled by a tolerant king. Michael’s family moves to Israel in his late teens due to an arousal of deep religious sentiments at the time of the six day war. Admire the trials and tribulations, and lessons from times of yore – Love, kindness and charity to bestow upon future generations. Authentic inspirational moments which will enthrall your soul and spirit.

19. Perspectives on the Face

by: Meyer Michael Cohen
Release date: Jan 01, 2006
Number of Pages: 270
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Our faces play essential roles in defining us as individuals. They are the most immediately identifiable parts of our bodies. We use our faces to communicate emotions and to interact socially. Sometimes, despite our intentions, our faces reveal our thoughts even when we do not speak. In several medical conditions, the facial aspect confirms diagnosis, and while surgical alteration of craniofacial anomalies can do much to normalize appearance, patients are always confronted with the question of what is normal, and with the fact that beauty itself may be nothing more than a culturally determined concept. This book explores a range of distinct yet related perspectives on the face–the evolutionary, the developmental, the anatomic, the dysmorphic and genetic, the surgical, the psychological; the sociocultural, and the artistic. As a cross-disciplinary study, it is the first to comprehensively address the question of what constitutes a face, and to span the gap between symbolic interpretation and scientific fact. Both broadly informative and in-depth in its discussions, this highly readable book will be of interest to biologists, geneticists, plastic surgeons, craniofacial surgeons, oral and maxillofacial surgeons, psychologists, sociologists, anthropologists, and others with a special interest in the face.

20. Strategy and Politics in the Middle East, 1954-1960

by: Michael CohenProfessor Michael A Cohen
Release date: Oct 21, 2004
Number of Pages: 288
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The period covered by this book witnessed a significant change in Allied strategy for the Middle East. Its focus switched from Egypt to the states of the so-called northern tier of the Middle East: Turkey, Iraq, Iran and Pakistan. This book reveals the extent to which the UK clung on to great-power pretensions and used bluff, even deception, in order to give the impression that it disposed of greater military resources than was in fact the case. It describes not only Anglo-American tensions in the Middle East, but also the Americans’ reluctance to take over Britain’s former hegemony in the region. Finally, it reveals the extent to which the Allies’ relationship with Israel was a constant restraint upon their freedom of action in the area, and their ability to forge military alliances with Arab states.

21. The Web of Life Imperative

by: Michael Cohen
Release date: Jul 27, 2003
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A book and course that teaches you the Natural Systems Thinking Process A nature connected learning tool enables our psyche to genuinely tap the healing powers of nature and regenerate 48 peaceful natural intelligences in our awareness and thinking. Backyard or backcountry, this practical, multiple-sense, book empowers you to improve your health, relationships and happiness by replacing destructive omissions in how we learn to think with rejuvenated natural sensitivities. Learn how to reconnect your psyche to its nurturing origins in the restorative vigor, sustainability and peace of nature. Help yourself and your community benefit from the profound renewal that lies in the magnificence of a beautiful day, the wisdom of an ancient tree and the fortitude of a weed. Let nature’s invincible healing energies help your thinking transform your stress, disorders and harmful bonds into constructive personal, social and environmental rewards. Grow from hands-on, accredited, Applied Biophilia classes, essays, activities, research, internships, ethics, counseling and healing. Strengthen your inborn natural genius. Enjoy an Earth-friendly job, career, internship or teaching certification. Take advantage of subsidized, online courses and degree programs. To understand how and why this book will work for you as it has for so many others, consider the following key intelligence test question, one that ordinarily might help assess a person’s mathematical aptitude: If you count a dog’s tail as one of its legs, how many legs does a dog have? Five, of course, is the correct answer for a math test. Intelligent people say five because it is valid in mathematical systems and contemporary thinking and is highly regarded and rewarded by our society. However, we don’t solely live our lives or think in mathematical systems. Our natural sense of reason can consider what we know from our actual contact with a real, normal dog, too. That’s when our multitude of other natural senses come into play: senses of touch, motion, color, texture, language, sound, smell, consciousness, community, trust, contrast, and love. They each provide further information and help our sense of reason make more sense and a more informed decision. They enable our thinking to register that a tail is different than a leg, that a dog has four legs, not five, no matter what might be correct in mathematical logic. It is a grave mistake for anyone not to take seriously the difference between 4-leg and 5-leg ways of knowing and our learned prejudice for the latter. As this book shows, when they are not in balance the schism between their two different ways of registering the world is significant.. Four-leg knowing is a magnificent psychological and physiological phenomenon with deep natural system roots into the eons, the heart of Earth and our psyche. It brings our widely diverse multiplicity of natural sensory experiences into our awareness. Five-leg knowing produces important awareness through abstract imagination, labels and stories. However, when it does not also seek and contain 4-leg knowledge it results not only in our desensitization but in the separation of our thinking from the regenerative powers of Earth’s natural systems within and around us. This profound loss produces the many destructive side effects of our artificial world that we can not readily solve. Four-leg versus 5-leg discord creates an entrenched conflict in our psyche between how we think and how nature works. This is a point source of the stress and contamination our society produces in the integrity of people and the environment. It generates our many disorders and troubles that are seldom found in nature. It is important to recognize is that by financially and socially rewarding us for getting good grades or for making the grade by using nature-isolated 5-leg thinking, our socialization habitually bonds, conditions, programs or addicts us to 5-leg thinking. In the process, 5-leg thinking often learns to demean 4-leg reasoning as childish, unscientific, or environmentalist (tree hugging, airy fairy, earth muffin). The result is that we become dependent on 5-leg knowing and relating. For example: Aristotle thought there were eight legs on a fly and wrote it down. For centuries scholars were content to quote his authority. Apparently, not one of them was curious enough to impale a fly and count its six legs. -Stuart Chase The Natural Systems Thinking Process reverses this psychological schism and its destructive personal and environmental effects by enabling us to reasonably gather information from both 4-leg and 5-leg sources. This lets us enjoy a whole, healing, 9-leg thinking process. The vital secret of NSTP is that by carefully following its instructions, we can enlist Nature’s restorative powers to overcome our bonded conditioning to destructive 5-leg thinking. In time, 9-leg thinking becomes as ordinary and healthful as brushing your teeth. The history of NSTP. In 1959, Dr. Cohen founded a camp and schooled on reconnecting with nature. The National Audubon Society and many others called it the most revolutionary school in America. They said it was on the side of the angels. Participants traveled and thrived by camping out in 83 different natural habitats throughout the seasons. They learned to be aware of their thoughts and feelings. They learned to live out their commitment to have open, honest relationships with the natural environment, each other and with indigenous people(s), researchers, ecologists, the Amish, organic farmers, anthropologists, folk musicians, naturalists, shamans, administrators, historians and many others close to the land. The experience deeply reconnected their 53 senses to their natural origins. They reconnected their thinking and selves to the whole of nature. The students loved to educate themselves this way and its effectiveness shows in its results: Chemical dependencies, including alcohol and tobacco, disappeared. Destructive social relationships were challenged and healed. Personality and eating disorders subsided. Violence, crime and prejudice were unknown in the group. Academics improved because they were applicable, hands-on and fun. Loneliness, hostility and depression subsided. Group interactions allowed for stress release and management; each day was fulfilling and relatively peaceful. Some students using meditation found they no longer needed to use it. They learned how to sustain a nature-connected community that more effectively helped them increase their resiliency to stress and disease. Others found the school experience increased the benefits of meditation by attaching it to the peace in global natural systems. Participants said they felt they knew each other better than they knew their families or best friends; they knew themselves better than they ever had before. Participants felt safe. They risked expressing and acting from their deeper thoughts and feelings. A profound, inborn sense of social and environmental responsibility guided their decisions. When vacation periods arrived, neither staff nor student wanted to go home. Each person enjoyed working to build this supportive, balanced living and learning utopia. They were home. Students entered right livelihood professions. All this occurred simply because community members made sense of their life by developing supportive, multiple-sensory relationships that restored their contact with the attractive callings of the natural world within and around them. The 9-leg secret to each participant’s success was to learn how to thoughtfully learn through 4-leg natural sensations and feelings that arose from their newly regrown sensory roots in ecosystems within an

22. Overgrowth Syndromes

by: Meyer Michael CohenGiovanni NeriRosanna Weksberg
Release date: Jan 01, 2002
Number of Pages: 206
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This is an encyclopedic account of overgrowth syndromes in children who are large at birth or experience excessive postnatal growth or some combination of increased weight, length and head circumference. Many of these syndromes are associated with cancer, which adds to their clinical significance. For each syndrome the authors present a historical perspective and cover epidemiology, causes and molecular biology when known, clinical and pathological features, and diagnosis.

23. Argentina in Collapse?

by: Michael CohenMargarita Gutman
Release date: Jan 01, 2002
Number of Pages: 210
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“Using an interdisciplinary approach, this collection of essays examines the recent economic and political collapse of Argentina. The volume’s contributors bring a diversity of viewpoints as historians, economists, sociologists, journalists, and architects from North and South America. They explore how Argentina’s collapse and its consequential dismantling of highly regarded prescribed models offers the opportunity for new approaches to economic, political, and social policies in Latin America and the world. Contributors include Nobel Laureate Joseph Stiglitz.”

24. Syndromes of the Head and Neck

by: Robert J. GorlinM. Michael Cohen Jr. D.M.D. Ph.D.Raoul C.M. Hennekam M.D. Ph.D.
Release date: Sep 27, 2001
Number of Pages: 1344
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This classic text, one of the true anchors of our clinical genetics publishing program, covers over 700 different genetic syndromes involving the head and neck, and it has established itself as the definitive, comprehensive work on the subject. The discussion covers the phenotype spectrum, epidemiology, mode of inheritance, pathogenesis, and clinical profile of each condition, all of which is accompanied by a wealth of illustrations. The authors are recognized leaders in the field, and their vast knowledge and strong clinical judgment will help readers make sense of this complex and burgeoning field. Dr. Gorlin retires as editor in this edition and co-editor Raoul Hennekam takes over. Dr. Hennekam is regarded as one of the top dysmorphologists–and indeed one of the top clinical geneticists–in the world. Judith Allanson is new to the book but is a veteran OUP author and a widely respected geneticist, and Ian Krantz at Penn is a rising star in the field. Dr. Gorlin’s name has always been closely associated with the book, and it has now become part of the title. As in all fields of genetics, there has been an explosion in the genetics of dysmorphology syndromes, and the author has undertaken a complete updating of all chapters in light of the discoveries of the Human Genome Project and other ongoing advances, with some chapters requiring complete rewriting. Additional material has been added both in terms of new syndromes and in updating information on existing syndromes. The book will appeal to clinical geneticists, pediatricians, neurologists, head and neck surgeons, otolarynologists, and dentists. The 4th edition, which published in 2001, has sold 2,600 copies.

25. Murder Most Fair

by: Michael Cohen
Release date: Jan 01, 2000
Number of Pages: 207
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The treatment of formal features is historical.”–Jacket.

26. Win32 Multithreaded Programming

by: Aaron CohenAaron Michael CohenMike Woodring
Release date: Jan 01, 1998
Number of Pages: 705
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A systematic illustration of all aspects of Win32 multithreaded programming furnishes a clear explanation of the concepts of the programs and shows developers how to skillfully construct efficient and complex applications. Original. (Advanced).

27. A Primer on the Vehicle License Fee

by: Michael CohenCalifornia. Legislature. Joint Legislative Budget Committee. Legislative Analyst
Release date: Jan 01, 1998
Number of Pages: 8
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28. The Child with Multiple Birth Defects

by: Meyer Michael Cohen
Release date: Jan 01, 1997
Number of Pages: 267
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A medical genetics book which came into existence because of the lack of literature on multiple congenital anomaly syndromes, this study incorporates an approach to the patient with multiple anomalies. It deals with the underpinnings of the field of syndromology. Designed for students,residents, fellows, and physicians with an interest in syndromology, this book assumes some general understanding of the rudiments of both medicine and genetics. The author emphasizes the conceptual aspects of syndromology rather than provide an encyclopaedic treatment on specific syndromes — atopic covered extensively in other textbooks. Since 1982, when the first edition of this monograph came out, the field has advanced dramatically. That is why Cohen has rewritten the entire book, and added new chapters on genetics, teratogens, and facial dysmorphology.

29. Sheltering the Homeless

by: Michael Cohen
Release date: Jan 01, 1997
Number of Pages: 12
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30. Sisters

by: Michael Cohen
Release date: Jan 01, 1995
Number of Pages: 187
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Author Michael Cohen has found in nineteenth-century British paintings and novels depicting sisters a persistent attempt to subvert a stereotypical construction of women – that which neatly divides all women into either whores or “respectable” women. In many paintings and novels, a female transformation of heroic myth opposes the “necessary whore” of this construction with an attempt to erase the sexual difference between the sisters. The agency of this erasure is a heroic rescue of one sister by the other. In both arts the subject of female rescue is resisted and contested. In painting, Cohen discusses evidence for the attempt at erasure of difference in pictures which make the sexually wayward woman and her respectable counterpart similar or identical in appearance. The important female rescue picture does not get painted but is only approached by painters at midcentury. Part of the evidence is the otherwise puzzling ubiquity of twinned women in Victorian painting. In novels, the struggle to erase the difference between women whose sexual experience differs started early. Cohen demonstrates that difference and likeness among sisters was first fully exploited by Austen and Ferrier. In Dickens and Collins, the author has found a retrograde movement in the trend toward erasure of women’s sexual difference elsewhere apparent. Dickens magnifies sexual difference between women in his families. Collins makes use of sensational displacements of the respectable woman by a counterpart who is stained in some way – if not by prostitution then by the taint of illegitimacy. In both writers, sexual difference between pairs of women is highlighted rather than effaced. Finally, in the sisters novels of Meredith, Gaskell, and Eliot, this study shows that there are rescues performed by sisters and the transformation of male characters into figurative sisters of the protagonists.

31. Hereditary Hearing Loss and Its Syndromes

by: Robert J. GorlinRobert James GorlinHelga V. TorielloMeyer Michael Cohen
Release date: Jan 01, 1995
Number of Pages: 457
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This definitive reference work replaces Konigsmark and Gorlin’s Genetic and Metabolic Deafness (1976). Whereas the earlier volume covered 151 genetic conditions related to hearing loss, this work covers 435. As before, the authors first discuss isolated hereditary hearing loss and then present hearing loss syndromes such as those involving the nervous system, eye, external ear and musculoskeletal system. The discussions are authoritative, practical and well-illustrated, and those of the most important syndromes are very detailed. Introductory chapters deal with the history of the field, clinical approach, embryology of the ear, tooth anomalies and hearing loss, and related endocrine and metabolic disorders. Throughout, the authors pay careful attention to nomenclature and classification. This will be an invaluable resource for all professionals concerned with genetic hearing loss, including medical geneticists, audiologists and otolaryngologists.

32. The New Penguin Dictionary of Quotations

by: John Michael CohenM. J. Cohen
Release date: Jan 01, 1993
Number of Pages: 726
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This volume of memorable quotations, old and new, will be useful for competition entries and crosswords, speeches or letters or purely to dip into for entertainment.

33. The History of the Sierra Club, 1892-1970

by: Michael P. CohenSchusterman Visiting Assistant Professor Michael Cohen
Release date: Jan 01, 1988
Number of Pages: 550
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Recounts how John Muir founded the Sierra Club and describes the organization’s goals and accomplishments

34. The Poem in Question

by: Robert E. BourdetteMichael Cohen
Release date: Jan 01, 1983
Number of Pages: 485
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35. The Rider Book of Mystical Verse

by: John Michael Cohen
Release date: Jan 01, 1983
Number of Pages: 246
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36. Studies in Achondroplasia

by: Meyer Michael Cohen
Number of Pages: 586
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37. Extent of Exposure Survey of Benzyl Chloride

by: Joel Michael CohenPhilip DiamondPaul M. Giever
Number of Pages: 48
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38. Form and Realism in Six Novels of Anthony Trollope

by: Joan M el CohenJohn Michael Cohen
Number of Pages: 107
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40. The Penguin Dictionary of Modern Quotations

by: John Michael CohenMark J. Cohen
Number of Pages: 366
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Provides a compilation of more than four thousand quotations expressed by renowned figures of the twentieth century

41. Poetry of this Age: 1908-1965

by: John Michael Cohen
Number of Pages: 256
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42. Robert Graves

by: John Michael Cohen
Number of Pages: 120
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43. The Baroque Lyric

by: John Michael Cohen
Number of Pages: 207
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44. Poetry of this Age, 1908-1958

by: John Michael Cohen
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