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Paul S. Auerbach
4th edition, February 15, 2001
Reference includes diagnostic and treatment protocols, definitions, clinical presentations, and more. How-to explanations and practical approaches to emergencies, and information on children and women in the wilderness, legal aspects, and ethics.

Clinton E. Miller, JD, DABFEm FACFE
October 1989
A behind-closed-doors look at how insurance cases are valued, what the adjuster needs to settle your case, and how to keep your case moving. Scope runs from estimating bodily injury damages and investigating coverage to claims denials and action letter outlines. Inside Information From Industry Veterans How Insurance Companies Settle Cases covers the spectrum of settlement concerns from estimating bodily injury damages and investigating coverage to claims denials and action letter outlines.

Shannon P. Pratt, Robert F. Reilly, Robert P. Schweihs
August 30, 2000
Valuing a Business is today the world's most widely followed valuation reference. It features increased emphasis on vlauation court cases and decisions; new information on arbitration and mediation; updated data on stock option valuation; and much more.

William R. Acorn
January 1994
Facilities which utilize hazardous liquids and gases represent a significant potential liability to the owner, operator, and general public in terms of personnel safety and preservation of assets. It is obvious that a catastrophic incident or loss of property or personnel is to be avoided at all costs. This book was conceived to give the reader a guide to understanding the requirements of the various codes and regulations that apply to the design, construction, and operation of facilities utilizing hazardous materials in their processes.

Simon Benninga, Benjamin Czackes
January 15, 2000
Financial Modeling bridges the gap between theory and practice by providing a nuts-and-bolts guide to solving common financial models with spreadsheets.

Jay B. Abrams
November 16, 2000
Quantitative Business Valuation is the first authoritative work to guide professionals through the business valuation process with a quantitative--as opposed to qualitative--focus.

Roman L. Weil (Editor), et al
April 1, 1995

National Lilbrary of Medicine

Kenneth S. Pope, James N. Butcher, Joyce Seelen
January 15, 2000

Robert W. Day
January 15, 1999

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