Graphics for Engineers with CADKey

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Addison-Wesley, 1991 - CADKEY (Computer system) - 704 pages
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About the author (1991)

James Earle was born and raised in Mississippi County, Arkansas, just north of Memphis on U.S. Highway 61. A graduate of the Blytheville High School Class of '57, he was there, by dumb luck perfectly positioned, in what has to have been the Golden Age of Adolescence. After graduating from college in 1961, he spent the next sixteen years in residential, farm, and commercial real estate finance and investment analysis. He was a faculty member at a regional state university from which he is currently retired - throughout the eventful '80s. His boyhood role model was screen actor John Wayne, but he has followed the life and writings of Dietrich Bonhoeffer since 1992. Neither a brilliant theologian like the quiet, intense Bonhoeffer nor a religious enthusiast like the modern Evangelicals, he considers himself what Darwinian scientist Thomas Henry Huxley referred to as a "Sunday scholar." His Christian persona is probably closer to that of the rough-hewn, pre-Pentecost Simon Peter. He lists among his favorite poetry Thomas Hardy's "The Impercipient" and has admired evangelist Billy Graham for decades. He and his wife of thirty-seven years, Anne, live in Willard, Missouri.

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