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              Pro SQL Server 2008 Mirroring
               

              Pro SQL Server 2008 Mirroring (Trade Paperback / Paperback, 1st ed.)

              By Davis, Robert; Simmons, Ken

              • RRP: $84.99
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              This book on mirroring complements Apress s upcoming book on failover clustering. Taken together, the books deliver the most authoritative content for those charged with the demanding task of keeping their SQL Server databases up and running all of the time.

              ISBN 9781430224235
              Released NZ 1 Oct 2009
              Publisher Woodslane Pty Ltd
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              Journal of the Four Horsemen of Cambridge, MD
                

              Journal of the Four Horsemen of Cambridge, MD (Hardback)

              By Davis, Robert

              • RRP: $82.50
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              ISBN 9781479771301
              Released NZ 28 Feb 2013
              Publisher XLIBRIS
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              Journal of the Four Horsemen of Cambridge, MD
                

              Journal of the Four Horsemen of Cambridge, MD (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Davis, Robert

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              ISBN 9781479771295
              Released NZ 28 Feb 2013
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              The Many Facets of Yesterday
                

              The Many Facets of Yesterday (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Davis, Robert

              • RRP: $46.99
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              When we experience a downfall, we tend to look back romantically upon the past. Number 0 is stuck in that rut, quite literally. He has a voice telling him all the ways he could have changed his past, using a machine called the Alternata. Through each life event, branching paths a...nd alternate options are presented. The sight of these choices can cause despair and threaten the balance, yet, Number 0 is stuck watching each alternate path unfold. In the end, we all own our choices. But what if we tried another path, took another way? Perhaps, in the end, our destiny is to fulfill the script that is set for us. There's only one way to find out. Join in for author Robert L. Davis' first full length novel and second published work. A touching tale of romance and humanity, told uniquely through the lens of hindsight. Through...the many facets of yesterday.
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              ISBN 9781312458857
              Released NZ 26 Aug 2014
              Publisher Lulu.com
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              The Healthy Skeptic: Cutting through the Hype about Your Health
               

              The Healthy Skeptic: Cutting through the Hype about Your Health (Hardback, illustrated edition)

              By Davis, Robert

              • RRP: $70.99
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              Debunks widely promoted myths and misconceptions about various health issues, including cholesterol, sunscreen, superfoods, weight loss, vitamins, disease screening, harmful chemicals, and antiaging remedies. This guide offers tips, tools, and resources to help readers sort throu...gh health claims and figure out what to believe and what to ignore.
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              ISBN 9780520249189
              Released NZ 15 Jun 2008
              Publisher University of California Press
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              Fitter Faster: The Smart Way to Get in Shape in Just Minutes a Day
               

              Fitter Faster: The Smart Way to Get in Shape in Just Minutes a Day (Trade Paperback / Paperback, Special ed.)

              By Davis, Robert; With Kolowich, Brad

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              Are you too tired---or too busy---to exercise? Not sure what to believe about health and wellness? Fitter Faster covers all aspects of getting healthy, shattering fads and misconceptions to reveal how you can exercise efficiently. Its science-based approach and proven 15-minute d...aily workout plan will motivate you to increase your activity and reap the benefits quickly.
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              ISBN 9780814437711
              Released NZ 4 Mar 2019
              Publisher HarperCollins
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              Driven: A Young Man's Journey To Escape His Past
                

              Driven: A Young Man's Journey To Escape His Past (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Davis, Robert

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              DRIVEN. is an inspiring story of a young boy's journey, a youthful offender who was caught up as a drug dealer and prisoner, to a young man who comes to terms with his past and decided to move on.At the tender age of fourteen, Robert Davis, forfeited his high school education to ...pursue what so many in his community did - selling drugs. Soon after his luck ran out, he would spend the next 10 years in-and-out of prison for his illegal activities. Determined to never see the insides of a prison cell again, Robert sets his sights on what he found to be very similar to the drug game - the competitive world of retail. He surprises everyone, including himself, by overcoming all obstacles in his way and despite his felony record he manages to become a model man of his community and at the top of his profession. He is driven by the need for money, the love for his mom and children
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              ISBN 9781438909301
              Released NZ 16 Aug 2008
              Publisher AuthorHouse
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              The Number One Princess
                

              The Number One Princess (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Davis, Robert

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              Her mother, while loving and caring to her children, was the ruthless and cunning, Hayee Hellcat, Queen Ramala. Queen Ramala, with the help of her Butchers, took over of tribal lands, forming her own kingdom, called the House of Ra. Her father, the Butcher Dan the Destroyer, was ...the womanizing Heathen King of Ra. The King won battles for his Queen, while always finding time for his own personal adventures. Named after her mother, the Ra, Ramala was the first born girl to the King and Queen of Ra. She, along with her sibling, were taught and trained by her mother in survival techniques, as well as Ruling protocol. This was done to insure their survival, in a time of tribal warfare, when most everyone would do whatever it took to become the next Ruling clan. Little Ramala loved the way her mother ordered people around and wanted to do the same. Having to live with some of the most unruly sibling, in the history of siblings, Little Ramala used ruling protocol to help her deal with them. After getting positive results, she quickly used ruling protocol on maids, servants and anyone else she could. Little Ramala was a daddy's girl and was spoiled by her father. Every little girl is a princess in her father's eyes. Living and growing up in a warring society, where she witnessed treachery, deceit, murder and mayhem, young Ramala quickly learned the ways of the world. Using the motley crew of her siblings, along with everything she learned from her mother, young Ramala decided to let everyone know that, after what they did for their Queen, they were expected to do what she wanted, after that. Everyone quickly learned, until she became Queen, she was the Number One Princess.
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              ISBN 9781438996035
              Released NZ 18 Aug 2009
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              The Number One Princess
                

              The Number One Princess (Hardback)

              By Davis, Robert

              • RRP: $88.99
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              Her mother, while loving and caring to her children, was the ruthless and cunning, Hayee Hellcat, Queen Ramala. Queen Ramala, with the help of her Butchers, took over of tribal lands, forming her own kingdom, called the House of Ra. Her father, the Butcher Dan the Destroyer, was ...the womanizing Heathen King of Ra. The King won battles for his Queen, while always finding time for his own personal adventures. Named after her mother, the Ra, Ramala was the first born girl to the King and Queen of Ra. She, along with her sibling, were taught and trained by her mother in survival techniques, as well as Ruling protocol. This was done to insure their survival, in a time of tribal warfare, when most everyone would do whatever it took to become the next Ruling clan. Little Ramala loved the way her mother ordered people around and wanted to do the same. Having to live with some of the most unruly sibling, in the history of siblings, Little Ramala used ruling protocol to help her deal with them. After getting positive results, she quickly used ruling protocol on maids, servants and anyone else she could. Little Ramala was a daddy's girl and was spoiled by her father. Every little girl is a princess in her father's eyes. Living and growing up in a warring society, where she witnessed treachery, deceit, murder and mayhem, young Ramala quickly learned the ways of the world. Using the motley crew of her siblings, along with everything she learned from her mother, young Ramala decided to let everyone know that, after what they did for their Queen, they were expected to do what she wanted, after that. Everyone quickly learned, until she became Queen, she was the Number One Princess.
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              ISBN 9781438996042
              Released NZ 18 Aug 2009
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              Letters to the Motherland
                

              Letters to the Motherland (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Davis, Robert

              • RRP: $27.99
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              Thoughts and questions about The Mother fill my heart, occupy my brain, and inhabit my spirit. There are so many what-ifs and should've, would've, could'ves. Lots of us wonder who we were. A few know and are proud of who we are. Then there are those of us who dream of who and wha...t we want to be. The title of this Book was chosen to be what it is because I'm empathetic towards those that are less fortunate than me. It has nothing to do with possessions and even less to do with locations. It (to me) has everything to do with messages. Ones that need to be said and heard. Not just from me, by me, or for me, but us. I'm speaking from the perspective of individuals who do not have a voice. Males, females, young, old, aware, mentally asleep, strong, and struggling. For those who think their spiritual requests are shouted loudly but still go unheard. There are so many things that need to be said to so many people and this is just the start. To those, these, and my people... God hears you. Lord, guide my mind, my pen, and my mouth. Use me however you see fit.
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              ISBN 9781644249802
              Released NZ 5 Nov 2018
              Publisher Page Publishing, Inc.
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