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Chapter 9: Working with Selections and Selection Layers

Chapter 9: Working with Selections and Selection Layers
... Page 179 Chapter 9: Working with Selections and Selection Layers You can also take any visible selection layers you have and add them to or subtract them from an existing image layer selection ... you switch selection layers 14_129869 ch09.qxp 11/29/07 11:57 AM Page 181 Chapter 9: Working with Selections and Selection Layers Figure 9-25: Use the Quick Mask to create a temporary selection ... choosing Selection Add Layer to Selection or Selection Subtract Layer From Selection Figure 9-23: Convert a selection layer to a selection and see the marching ants Figure 9-24: You can convert selection...
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A simple introduction to working with LVM

A simple introduction to working with LVM
... hda1, hda2, and hda3 are all physical volumes We'll initialize hda3 as a physical volume: root@lappy:~# pvcreate /dev/hda3 If you wanted to combine several disks, or partitions you could the same ... that we have a volume group (called skx-vol) we can actually start using it Working with logical volumes What we really want to is create logical volumes which we can mount and actually use In ... have a lot of space handy for allocating to LVM then it might make sense to reinstall your system The Debian installer has excellent support for creating LVM setups We've not really covered advanced...
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Prentice Hall Grammar Plus 'fun With Grammar' By Suzanne W. Woodward

Prentice Hall Grammar Plus 'fun With Grammar' By Suzanne W. Woodward
... Australia Pty Limited, Sydney Prentice- Hall Canada Inc., Toronto Prentice- Hall Hispañoamericana, S.A., Mexico Prentice- Hall of India Private Limited, New Delhi Prentice- Hall of Japan, Inc., Tokyo ... Art Production: Marita Froimson © 1997 by PRENTICE HALL REGENTS Prentice- Hall, Inc A Simon & Schuster Company Upper Saddle River, New Jersey 07458 PRENTICE HALL REGENTS All rights reserved No part ... form or by any means, without permission in writing from the publisher Printed in the United States of America 10 ISBN 0-13-567926-5 Prentice- Hall International (UK) Limited, London Prentice- Hall...
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Working with Files

Working with Files
... find command to find files in the file system Both locate and find are covered here 81 82935c04.qxd:Toolbox 10/29/07 12:59 PM Page 82 Chapter 4: Working with Files Finding Files with locate Because ... -lh -lR Files and directories in current directory Includes files/ directories beginning with dot (.) Orders files by time recently changed Orders files by time recently accessed Orders files by ... of files To update the locate database immediately, you can run the updatedb command manually: $ sudo updatedb Locating Files with find Before the days of locate, the way to find files was with...
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Working with Spatial Data

Working with Spatial Data
... CHAPTER 10 WORKING WITH SPATIAL DATA Figure 10-7 Previewing data downloaded from the Geonames web site 300 CHAPTER 10 WORKING WITH SPATIAL DATA Table 10-1 Column Properties for Geonames Data Column ... bounding box of a map: 313 CHAPTER 10 WORKING WITH SPATIAL DATA Figure 10-11 The multilevel grid used by spatial indexes 314 CHAPTER 10 WORKING WITH SPATIAL DATA DECLARE @BoundingBox geography; ... geometry datatype offsets its associated loss of accuracy 312 CHAPTER 10 WORKING WITH SPATIAL DATA However, you should exercise great caution when using the geometry datatype to store geographic data...
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Working with Temporal Data

Working with Temporal Data
... 342 CHAPTER 11 WORKING WITH TEMPORAL DATA When a user submits new data or updates existing data, thereby altering date/time data in the database, the database should convert the data from the ... midnight on 1900-01-01, but you can use any date/time within the range of the data type you’re working with CHAPTER 11 WORKING WITH TEMPORAL DATA Using the DATEDIFF function, find the difference ... and working with some of the following query patterns, you can manipulate the data to 360 CHAPTER 11 WORKING WITH TEMPORAL DATA things such as correlate the number of concurrent queries with...
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Module 1: Working with ASP.NET

Module 1: Working with ASP.NET
... PREPARATION PURPOSES ONLY Module 1: Working with ASP.NET ASP.NET Features Topic Objective To describe the main features of ASP.NET Lead-in ASP.NET includes many features that make ASP.NET a preferred ... CERTIFIED TRAINER PREPARATION PURPOSES ONLY Module 1: Working with ASP.NET vii Module Strategy Use the following strategy to present this module: ! Introducing ASP.NET This section provides students ... PREPARATION PURPOSES ONLY Module 1: Working with ASP.NET Overview Topic Objective To provide an overview of the module topics and objectives ! ! Adding ASP.NET Code to a Page ! In this module, you will...
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Working with Selections

Working with Selections
... Save WORKING WITH SELECTIONS PAGE 11 OF 14 Selecting with the magnetic lasso You can use the magnetic lasso tool to make freehand selections of areas with high contrast edges When you draw with ... position the pointer within the selection, and drag the tomato nose onto the melon face Choose Select > Deselect Choose File > Save WORKING WITH SELECTIONS PAGE OF 14 Selecting with the lasso tool ... arrow with a small selection icon next to it WORKING WITH SELECTIONS PAGE OF 14 Drag to reposition the border around the melon Note: Repositioning techniques for selection borders work with any...
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Working with Arguments

Working with Arguments
... types of arguments are represented as diagrams below Separate Support Chain of Support conclusion ↑ conclusion premise ↑ premise premise premise premise ↑ premise 55 – WORKING WITH ARGUMENTS ... can remember that the word Inductive begins with a vowel, as does Evidence, so in inductive reasoning, you start with the evidence Deductive begins with a consonant, and so does Conclusion, which ... know enough about inductive reasoning to see how deductive reasoning differs from it 54 – WORKING WITH ARGUMENTS – “What is the main claim, or overall idea, that the argument is trying to prove?”...
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fun With Grammar - Adjectives

fun With Grammar - Adjectives
... use is permitted happy 188 Fun with Grammar © 1997 Prentice Hall Regents Duplication for classroom use is permitted Worksheet 55D: OPPOSITE-ADJECTIVE BINGO FREE Fun with Grammar 189 Worksheet 56: ... classroom use is permitted happy 186 Fun with Grammar Worksheet 55B: OPPOSITE-ADJECTIVE BINGO slow attractive cool loud short empty dirty dry sharp large funny FREE interesting cold light cheap ... Duplication for classroom use is permitted smooth Fun with Grammar 187 Worksheet 55C: OPPOSITE-ADJECTIVE BINGO cheap round difficult new cold funny sharp dirty short cool slow FREE calm soft sweet...
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fun With Grammar - Clauses

fun With Grammar - Clauses
... and three wh-questions (ex: Where is my book?) In the space below, write the questions that your partner asks you, making sure to use the correct punctuation for quotes Fun with Grammar 305 Worksheet ... All Rights Reserved Used by Permission WARNER BROS PUBLICATIONS U.S., INC., Miami, FL 33014 Fun with Grammar 293 Worksheet 95: COMPLETIONS I’d like to know I wonder Can you tell me Please ... know I wonder Can you tell me Please tell me Do you know I don’t know 294 Fun with Grammar © 1997 Prentice Hall Regents Duplication for classroom use is permitted Please tell...
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fun With Grammar - Gerunds and Infinitives

fun With Grammar - Gerunds and Infinitives
... The red-card holders write down verbs followed by gerunds The blue-card holders write down verbs followed by infinitives The yellow-card holders write down verbs followed by a (pro)noun and infinitive ... prohibit be done Fun with Grammar 237 Worksheet 72: FIND OUT ABOUT A CLASSMATE ✄ strong enough to carry? What is young too old to too short too shy to enough to eat? 238 Fun with Grammar tall What ... Go water-skiing Go skiing Go skydiving Go swimming Go birdwatching Go canoeing Go hunting Go mountain climbing Fun with Grammar 245 Worksheet 78: LINE-UPS ✄ What is something you can’t stand What...
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