A Sheikh always gets his desires...
Anna's entire world is flipped upside down when she meets Omar Khalil at a private party. After an intense encounter, things start to get serious... Soon, Anna is obeying Omar's every command. She is addicted to him, and cannot get enough.
Problems arise when she finds out that this Sheikh has a dark secret.
Anna then makes a huge mistake that could ruin everything... This unlikely relationship built on sexual desire and romance will have your heart aching for more. NOTE: This novel contains explicit content. 18+
Through first hand accounts of high-profile business meetings and behind-the-scenes decision making, Kyojiro Hata, the president of Louis Vuitton Japan, tells the story of how he turned Louis Vuitton into the most sought after label in the Japanese market.
Key Features Discover how to monitor complex IT environments with System Center Operations Manager using tips, tricks and best practice recommendations from industry experts. Learn how to create eye-catching dashboards and reports to help deliver a tangible return on investment back to your organization.
Optimize, troubleshoot and perform disaster recovery in Operations Manager using step by step examples based on real-world scenarios. Book Description Most modern IT environments comprise a heterogeneous mixture of servers, network devices, virtual hypervisors, storage solutions, cross-platform operating systems and applications. All this complexity brings a requirement to deliver a centralized monitoring and reporting solution that can help IT administrators quickly identify where the problems are and how best to resolve them. Using System Center Operations Manager (OpsMgr), administrators get a full monitoring overview of the IT services they have responsibility for across the organization - along with some useful management capabilities to help them remediate any issues they've been alerted to.
This book begins with an introduction to OpsMgr and its core concepts and then walks you through designing and deploying the various roles.
After a chapter on exploring the consoles, you will learn how to deploy agents, work with management packs, configure network monitoring and model your IT services using distributed applications. There’s a chapter dedicated to alert tuning and another that demonstrates how to visualize your IT using dashboards.
The final chapters in the book discuss how to create alert subscriptions, manage reports, backup and recover OpsMgr, perform maintenance and troubleshoot common problems. What you will learn Install a new System Center 2016 Operations Manager Management Group Design and provision custom views to relevant support teams. Understand how to deploy agents Work with management packs Monitor network devices Model your IT services with distributed applications Create dashboards and custom visualizations Tune, optimize, maintain and troubleshoot System Center Operations Manager About the Author Kevin Greene is a Microsoft MVP in the Cloud and Datacenter Management space and has been working in IT since 1999. He is employed as a Cloud Technologies Consultant at Ergo in Dublin, Ireland and in this role, he works with clients to deliver enterprise grade solutions using System Center, Windows Server and Azure. On the Microsoft certification track since the nostalgic days of Windows NT 4.0, he holds qualifications that include MCSE, MCSA, MCITP, MCP, and MCTS.
Kevin is an active participant in the System Center and Cloud OS community through his blog at http://kevingreeneitblog.blogspot.com and he can also be found hanging around Twitter as @kgreeneit. A regular speaker at local and international events, he has also co-authored a number of books including ‘Mastering System Center 2012 - Operations Manager’ (Sybex, 2012) and ‘Mastering Windows Server 2012 R2’ (Sybex, 2013).
A delayed letter and a message from afar unite two hearts. Recently widowed, Serena Gray battles the daily drama of the Emergency Room, as well as her grief. When a mysterious letter arrives, it raises questions about a past she'd only heard her beloved husband speak about. While on hospital rounds, a child has a brush with death and recounts a vivid dream that bears a message.
Will she risk happiness for the truth or keep a secret from the past?
Ce livre n'est pas un manuel qui résumerait les acquis d'une discipline établie. Il parcourt un terrain en voie de constitution, celui d'une analyse du discours littéraire. (Somabec).
In October 1990, the Library of Congress announced its list of twenty-five culturally, historically, and aesthetically significant films to be added to the National Film Registry. The River, written and directed by Pare Lorentz in 1937, was inducted along with Scorsese's Raging Bull and Capra's It's a Wonderful Life. Originally published in 1967, Pare Lorentz and the Documentary Film was the first book devoted exclusively to the works of Lorentz. Robert L. Snyder focuses on the films Lorentz made for the United States Film Service - The River, The Plow That Broke the Plains, and The Fight for Life. With the exception of a few vintage World War I training films, these three films were the first made by the government for general viewing by the American public. It was Lorentz's idea to produce a series of films about the pressing problems facing the nation during the Great Depression - drought, floods, poverty, and slums. With an initial budget of $6,000 and the enormous drive and energy of a young director who had never made a motion picture, the beginnings were anything but auspicious.
The results, however, were sensational and often made national headlines. In spite of inadequate budgets, bureaucratic red tape, professional jealousies, Lorentz developed new filming techniques and set new standards in his documentaries.
Snyder has written a perceptive account of the production of these classic films and the contemporary reaction to them, along with a critical evaluation of each work.
This is an important book for anyone interested in documentary film and the history of the Depression era.
PRE-ISBN From the front-inside wrapper: “To mark the Third centenary of the Book of Common Prayer, Dewi Morgan has written a popular account of the Prayer Book.
He describes the contents and forces which have made it what it is, and gives a lively account of its vicissitudes during the 300 years of its life both in England and overseas where it now has daughter books.” From the back-inside wrapper: "The drawing on the front by Ernest Shepard, "Hearing of the mayds read in the Bible" is taken from "Everybody's Pepys. with his kind permission & through the courtesy of Messrs. G. Bell & Sons Ltd."