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Nutshell offers customers change to design their own items using uploaded personal photographs or images.
The guide is meant to be a companion to International Business Transactions in a Nutshell.
It's quite a challenge to summarise a novel in a nutshell but it can be done.
Fast Facts for the Clinical Nurse Instructor: Clinical Teaching in a Nutshell
Libraries strong in system administration or Linux programming will find LINUX IN A NUTSHELL to be a powerful updated edition offering a focus of Linux options and all the latest new options for applying Linux commands.
All this is packed into a small format: like others in the "Counselling in a Nutshell Series," the book measures 4.
0 IN A NUTSHELL as a coursebook, but as a reference to the language, helping learns develop logical UML-based software projects.
XML is developing so fast all the current books will be out of date in a year or so and by then XML will have spawned a whole series of subsidiary Nutshell books.
The art-review format tends to encourage nutshell accounts of an artist's output, which shouldn't be so hard in the case of Thomas Nozkowski.
The new UK Internet service provider Net In a Nutshell has launched an unlimited Internet access package.
O'Reilly & Associates has announced the arrival of a new edition of one of its all-time bestsellers, Java in a Nutshell by David Flanagan (ISBN: 1-56592-487-8, $29.
In a nutshell, following is the plan we hatched to use the corporation's excess cash to create wealth.
O'Reilly & Associates has announced a new library for Webmasters, the Deluxe Edition of Webmaster in a Nutshell.
Nutshell Gang Characters, Starring in NYC TV Show this August, use Kindness and Moral Values to Promote Hybrid Cars
Workers' Compensation and Employee Protection Laws in a Nutshell, 6th Edition