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     Building SANs with Brocade Fabric Switches
Publisher: Syngress
Author(s): Syngress

The first book to focus on Brocade products - an inovative tecnology company to watch out for!

Brocade Switches provide the intelligent architecture that connects Storage Area Networks (SANs) to Local Area Networks and Wide Area Networks. Brocade switches provide the same functionality to Storage Area Networks as Cisco switches provide to the Internet - Brocade Communications, Inc is the dominant company in this rapidly expanding market.

Building SANs with Brocade Fibre Channel Fabric Switches is written for system administrators who are designing, building, and maintaining Storage Area Networks with Brocade fibre switches. The book provides the reader with all of the techniques necessary to integrate fibre-based switches with an IP-based network.

The first vendor-specific book on configuring industry standard technologies
Practical approach; competitive books are mostly theoretical
IT Professionals must know how to design and build a SAN. Often over 50% of IT budgets are devoted to storage. Fibre-switched SANs are the market standard

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     Brocade
Publisher: Avon Books (Mm)
Author(s): Jan Merlin

A TRAGIC LOVE WHICH DESTINED THEIR LIVES.

For Jordan, his passion for Yukiko was as intense and as sudden as a tropical storm ending just as abruptly. When he returned to her and his son, he was years too late.

Yukiko was as soft and gentle as a fragile flower. She lived only for the day that her handsome G.I. would return. She gave up her future to spare the life of the child of their love.

For Joe, the son whose American blood made him an outcast, it was a raw life in the slums of a great city where he was destined to pay for the sins of his mother engendering a hate for his absent father; the man his mother would always love.

For Wanda, Jordan's wife, she knew not what was her future. She could not conceive, thus she could give him no children. They both wanted them so desperately that adoption was the only alternative ... until...

Brocade tells this story of unbridled passion, deep love, and the destruction that a foreign culture forces upon those that ignore its rules. A love stolen from the sorrows of World War II during the occupation of Japan ended 18 years later in the village in which it was conceived.

Brocade, written by Jan Merlin, originally published by Avon in 1982, and until now available only as a second hand book, is now available in a new expanded edition published by Author22 publishing.

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     Principles of SAN Design: Updated for 2007
Publisher: Infinity Publishing
Author(s): Josh Judd

Storage Area Networks provide highly reliable, high-performance connectivity between hosts and storage devices. This allows storage resource sharing, improving asset utilization, and enabling solutions such as high availability, disaster recovery, information lifecycle management, and utility computing. These solutions provide a high return on investment, resulting in an accelerating SAN adoption rate in all IT markets. This book provides an overview of SAN protocols and technologies, and practical guidance on SAN design, implementation, and management topics. Some future SAN trends and technologies are discussed, but the focus is on designing SANs with current, real-world products such as Fibre Channel switches and routers. Principles of SAN Design offers a "one stop shop" for SAN design knowledge. Why wait? Read the definitive work on SAN design today!

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     Eight Simple Qigong Exercises for Health: The Eight Pieces of Brocade
Publisher: Ymaa Publication Center
Author(s): Yang jwing-Ming, Jwing-Ming Yang

Invigorate your body, improve blood and Qi (vital energy) circulation, and strengthen your internal organs with these simple Qigong exercises.

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     Brocade
Publisher: Arrow
Author(s): Netta Muskett



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     Beau Brocade
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
Author(s): Baroness Orczy



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     The Magic Brocade: A Tale of China
Publisher: Pan Asian Publications (USA)
Author(s): Aaron Shepard

THIS BOOK IS AVAILABLE IN SEVERAL EDITIONS: ENGLISH ONLY, ENGLISH/SPANISH, ENGLISH/VIETNAMESE, AND ENGLISH/CHINESE (TRADITIONAL)
TEACHERS AND LIBRARIANS -- A READER'S THEATER SCRIPT OF THIS BOOK IS AVAILABLE IN AARON'S BOOK "FOLKTALES ON STAGE," OR FREE ON AARON'S WEB SITE.
No brocades are more lovely or lifelike than the ones the widow weaves to sell at the marketplace. One day she returns home with a marvelous painting of a fairy palace, and her son Chen suggests that she weave the image as a brocade. Devoting all her loving skill, she creates the finest brocade of her life. But so fine it is that the fairies of the palace send a wind to carry it off for themselves.
Knowing his mother will die without her beloved creation, Chen starts out after it. But the way to the fairy palace lies over Fiery Mountain and across the Icy Sea. Even if he gets there, will the fairies give up the brocade?
This popular Chinese folktale will enchant young and old, as Chen and his mother find their way to a happiness beyond their dreams.
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Aaron Shepard is the award-winning author of "The Baker's Dozen," "The Sea King's Daughter," "The Adventures of Mouse Deer," and many more children's books. His stories have appeared often in Cricket magazine, while his Web site is known internationally as a prime resource for folktales, storytelling, and reader's theater.
Xiajun Li, a native of Inner Mongolia, was an award-winning children's book illustrator and art director in China before moving to the United States.


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     Kinshu: Autumn Brocade
Publisher: New Directions
Author(s): Teru Miyamoto

As delicate as the shimmering wings of a dragonfly, Kinshu?an epistolary novel by one of Japan's most popular literary authors?is a masterpiece of simplicity and beauty.

Life, death, karma?these interwoven themes form the heart of this lyrical novel in letters, Kinshu: Autumn Brocade, the first work to be published in the U.S. by Teru Miyamoto, one of Japan's most popular literary writers.

The word kinshu has many connotations in Japanese?brocade, poetic writing, the brilliance of autumn leaves?and resonates here as a vibrant metaphor for the complex, intimate relationship between Aki and Yasuaki. Ten years after a dramatic divorce, they meet by chance at a mountain resort. Aki initiates a new correspondence, and letter by letter through the seasons, the secrets of the past unfold as they reflect on their present struggles. From a lover's suicide to a father's controlling demands, to Mozart's Thirty-Ninth Symphony ("a veritable marvel of sixteenth notes"), to the karmic consequences of their actions, the story glides through their deeply introspective and stirring exchanges. What begins as a series of accusations and apologies, questions and excuses, turns into a source of mutual support and healing. Chosen as an Outstanding Work of Japanese Literature by the Japanese Literature Publishing Project.

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     The Eight Pieces of Brocade: A Wai Dan Chi Kung Exercise Set for Maintaining and Improving Health (Ymaa Book Series, 10)
Publisher: Ymaa Pubns
Author(s): Jwing-Ming Yang, Yang Jwing-Ming



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     Silk Brocades (India Crest)
Publisher: Roli Books
Author(s): Yasodhara Agrawal

A fascinating history of brocades from their origin in ancient China and India, their spread to other countries and the evolution of design and pattern.


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     Brocade
Publisher: UNSPECIFIED VENDOR
Author(s): Harriet Tidball



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     Gold Brocade and Renaissance Painting: A Study in Material Culture
Publisher: Pindar Press
Author(s): Rembrandt Duits

Silk fabrics woven with gold thread, predominantly produced in Italy, were depicted frequently in Renaissance painting, both in costumes and as backdrops for important figures. These painted textiles carried an economic and social significance that a contemporary audience would have recognised as part of the message conveyed by the picture. Gold brocade and Renaissance painting focuses on examples from Italy and the southern Netherlands , dating from the fourteenth to the early seventeenth centuries. Setting aside traditional notions of the hierarchy of the major and minor arts, the book treats gold brocade and painting equally as exponents of the special segment of Renaissance material culture that was art. The fabrics rendered in painting reflected the tradition of actual weaving, but only to an extent, as many gold brocades were painted from imagination. Gold brocades were much more expensive than paintings; hence the two media functioned in different contexts. Gold brocade was an important element in the display of wealth and status at grand courts, while painting often formed the only affordable substitute for courtly splendour for the socially ambitious but less affluent urban upper-middle class. Their value and cultural role also meant that gold-brocaded textiles could be included in paintings both in praise of luxury and as a condemnation of it - sometimes in one and the same work. Gold brocade and Renaissance painting examines the skills artists developed for representing these lavish textiles. It uses a wide range of documents (from inventories and account books to letters, poems, educational treatises and sermons) to compare the economic value of gold brocade and painting, clarify the conditions of their use, and interpret the different messages given by brocades in different pictures. Primarily, however, the book deals with the distinction between fact and fiction, imagination and reality in the world shown in Renaissance paintings.

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     Brocade River Poems: Selected Works of the Tang Dynasty Courtesan (Lockert Library of Poetry in Translation)
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Author(s): Xue Tao

Xue Tao (A.D. 768-831) was well known as a poet in an age when all men of learning were poets--and almost all women were illiterate. As an entertainer and official government hostess, she met, and impressed, many of the most talented and powerful figures of her day. As a maker of beautiful paper and a Taoist churchwoman, she maintained a life of independence and aesthetic sensibility. As a writer, she crrated a body of work that is by turns deeply moving, amusing, and thought-provoking. Drawing knowledgeably on a rich literary tradition, she created images that here live again for the contemporary reader of English. This bilingual edition contains about two-thirds of Xue Tao's extant poems. The translations are based on accurate readings of the originals and extensive research in both Chinese and Japanese materials. The notes at the end of the book explain allusions and place the poems in the context of medieval Chinese culture and its great literary heritage, while the opening essay introduces Xue Tao's work and describes her unusual life history.



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     Buckskins and Brocade (Siren Menage Amour 73)
Publisher: Siren Publishing, Inc.
Author(s): Amber Carlton

[Menage Amour 73: Erotic Western Menage a Trois Romance, M/F/M] Sequel to Kentucky Woman. Olivia Raines travels to Kansas in 1890, headed for her first assignment as an investigator for the federal government. Her mission is to solve the mystery of boys that have arrived on the Orphan Train and vanished. Out of her element in Kansas and thoroughly unprepared for an assignment of this nature, Livvie's horrified to discover two facts: Her cover is to play the new schoolmarm in town, and she's been assigned two bodyguards-a pair of devastatingly handsome twins. Connor and Desmond McBride are perfectly suited for this mission and perfectly suited to win a girl's heart, but they hold secrets that will surface and threaten their success. Livvie's determined to solve the case and claim both of the McBride brothers for her own. She is, after all, Jessie McGee's daughter and takes after her mother in more ways than one. ** A Siren Erotic Romance

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     Belt buckles & brocades of the Third Reich
Publisher: R.J. Bender Pub
Author(s): John R Angolia

Research guide on all grades of the 1939 issue of the most famous military decoration.

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     A Two-Colored Brocade: The Imagery of Persian Poetry
Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Pr
Author(s): Annemarie Schimmel

Annemarie Schimmel, one of the world's foremost authorities on Persian literature, provides a comprehensive introduction to the complicated and highly sophisticated system of rhetoric and imagery used by the poets of Iran, Ottoman Turkey, and Muslim India. She shows that these images have been used and refined over the centuries and reflect the changing conditions in the Muslim world.

According to Schimmel, Persian poetry does not aim to be spontaneous in spirit or highly personal in form. Instead it is rooted in conventions and rules of prosody, rhymes, and verbal instrumentation. Ideally, every verse should be like a precious stone?perfectly formed and multifaceted?and convey the dynamic relationship between everyday reality and the transcendental.

Persian poetry, Schimmel explains, is more similar to medieval European verse than Western poetry as it has been written since the Romantic period. The characteristic verse form is the ghazal?a set of rhyming couplets?which serves as a vehicle for shrouding in conventional tropes the poet's real intentions.

Because Persian poetry is neither narrative nor dramatic in its overall form, its strength lies in an "architectonic" design; each precisely expressed image is carefully fitted into a pattern of linked figures of speech. Schimmel shows that at its heart Persian poetry transforms the world into a web of symbols embedded in Islamic culture.

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     A Brocade Pillow: Azaleas of Old Japan
Publisher: Weatherhill
Author(s): Ihei Ito



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     Brocade Valley
Publisher: New Directions Publishing Corporation
Author(s): Wang Amyi, Anyi Wang



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     Gender and the Poetics of Excess: Moments of Brocade
Publisher: University Press of Mississippi
Author(s): Karen Jackson Ford

The argument posed in this analysis is that the poetic excesses of several major female poets, excesses that have been typically regarded as flaws in their work, are strategies for escaping the inhibiting and sometimes inimical conventions too often imposed on women writers. The forms of excess vary with each poet, but by conceiving of poetic excess in relation to literary decorum, this study establishes a shared motivation for such a strategy.



Literary decorum is one instrument a culture employs to constrain its writers. Perhaps it is the most effective because it is the least definable. The excesses discussed here, like the criteria of decorum against which they are perceived, cannot be itemized as an immutable set of traits.

Though decorum and excess shift over time and in different cultures, their relationship to one another remains strikingly stable. Thus, nineteenth-century standards for women's writing and late twentieth-century standards bear almost no relation. Emily Dickinson's do not anticipate Gertrude Stein's or Sylvia Plath's or Jayne Cortez's or Ntozake Shange's.

Yet the charges of indecorousness leveled at these women poets repeat a fixed set of abstract grievances. Dickinson, Stein, Plath, Cortez, and Shange all engage in a poetics of excess as a means of rejecting the limitations and conventions of "female writing" that the larger culture imposes on them. In resisting conventions for feminine writing, these poets developed radical new poetries, yet their work was typically criticized or dismissed as excessive. Thus, Dickinson's form is classified as hysterical and her figures tortured. Stein's works are called repetitive and nonsensical. Plath's tone is accused of being at once virulent and confessional, Cortez's poems violent and vulgar, Shange's work vengeful and self-righteous. The publishing history of these poets demonstrates both the opposition to such an aesthetic and the necessity for it.

Karen Jackson Ford is a professor in the English department at the University of Oregon.



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     Brocade of the Pen: The Art of Islamic Writing
Publisher: Michigan State Univ Kresge Art
Author(s): Ulku Bates, Carrol Garrett Fisher



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