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A book/CD-ROM guide to using the latest version of Visual Basic to create a database for Windows, featuring some 80 step-by-step solutions to real-life problems in using SQL and DDE, setting up ODBC servers, securing data, managing indexes and queries, creating encrypted databases, connecting to other database files with OLE, and writing applications for popular programs including Paradox and dBASE. The CD-ROM contains complete source code.
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Gestures of Genius is for all women seeking understanding of the history in their own bodies. This is an engaging, uplifting and accessible book about recapturing freedom of movement. Rachel Vigier, dance and social theorist, begins with a brief overview of the history of women's dance and the relationship between society and sanctions on women's movement, then focuses on the histories of famous women with an important relationship to dance (including Isadora Duncan and Zelda Fitzgerald). The last third of the book is comprised of the stories of contemporary women dancers from a variety of communities, whose stories of perseverance and dedication to the art of movement are enlightening, freeing and joyful.

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ISBN:
9781551280127
Author:
Vigier, Rachel
Publisher:
Mercury Press
Author:
Vigier, Rachel
Location:
Stratford, Ont. :
Subject:
Dance - General
Subject:
Dance - Classical
Subject:
Women dancers
Subject:
Sex in dance.
Subject:
Dance - Classical & Ballet
Subject:
Dance-Ballet
Edition Number:
1st ed.
Series Volume:
no. 1
Publication Date:
19970931
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
238
Dimensions:
8.99x6.02x.77 in. .81 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , Gestures of Genius is for all women seeking understanding of the history in their own bodies. This is an engaging, uplifting and accessible book about recapturing freedom of movement. Rachel Vigier, dance and social theorist, begins with a brief overview of the history of women's dance and the relationship between society and sanctions on women's movement, then focuses on the histories of famous women with an important relationship to dance (including Isadora Duncan and Zelda Fitzgerald). The last third of the book is comprised of the stories of contemporary women dancers from a variety of communities, whose stories of perseverance and dedication to the art of movement are enlightening, freeing and joyful.
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