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Garcia, Paul

Overview
Works: 20 works in 38 publications in 3 languages and 643 library holdings
Genres: Fiction  Satire  Psychological fiction  Musical fiction  Case studies  History  Biography 
Roles: Narrator
Classifications: PS3566.A4554, 813.54
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Most widely held works by Paul Garcia
Survivor a novel by Chuck Palahniuk ( )
4 editions published in 2006 in English and held by 366 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Tender Branson, last surviving member of the so-called Creedish Death Cult, is dictating his life story into the flight recorder of Flight 2039, cruising on autopilot at 39,000 feet somewhere over the Pacific Ocean. He is all alone in the airplane, which will crash shortly into the vast Australian outback. But before it does, he will unfold the tale of his journey from an obedient Creedish child and humble domestic servant to an ultra-buffed, steroid-and collagen-packed media messiah
Kirinyaga a fable of Utopia by Michael D Resnick ( )
5 editions published between 2006 and 2007 in English and held by 88 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The Kikuyus of Kenya emigrate en masse to a planet in space in a revolt against modern life. Ruled by a witch doctor, they pursue their tribal customs--killing unwanted babies as well as the old and the infirm--but ultimately progress begins to encroach there, too
Workplace industrial relations in engineering by Arthur Ivor Marsh ( Book )
5 editions published in 1971 in English and held by 73 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The perfect fake by Barbara Parker ( )
3 editions published in 2007 in English and held by 69 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Tom Fairchild is a man with a past he can't shake. He's struggling to make it as a graphic artist, but his probation officer thinks he belongs in jail. Then millionaire Miami real estate developer Stuart Barlowe offers him $50,000 to travel to Italy with his daughter Allison, a map expert and Tom's childhood love, to duplicate a rare Renaissance map. But Tom soon suspects that Barlowe wants a forgery, not a duplicate. He just doesn't know why, and Allison isn't talking. When people start turning up dead, and Tom and Allison realize they are being tailed, it quickly becomes clear that they have no one to trust but each other
South Beach shakedown [a novel] by Don Bruns ( )
2 editions published in 2006 in English and held by 16 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Why would songwriting legend Gideon Pike disappear just as his thirty-year career turns a multimillion-dollar profit? Music columnist Mick Sever goes looking for his missing friend, Gideon Pike, in the gritty backrooms of Miami's nightclubs, dodging suicide speedboats and running from sniper fire. He soon discovers that the major players in the music industry are not just making the headlines, but pulling the strings that create them. Hit it right, and the royalties, even someone else's can rake in millions for the rest of your life
New mathematical pastimes by Percy Alexander MacMahon ( Book )
2 editions published in 2004 in English and held by 7 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Dennert & Pape ARISTO-Werke ( Book )
1 edition published in 2004 in English and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The Chicano addict by Paul Garcia ( Book )
1 edition published in 1980 in English and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Saint-Louis : village oranien, 1848-1948 by Paul Garcia ( Book )
3 editions published in 1949 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Workplace industrial relations in engineering. [By] A. I. Marsh, E. O. Evans, P. Garcia by Arthur Ivor Marsh ( Book )
1 edition published in 1971 in Undetermined and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The life and work of Major Percy Alexander MacMahon by Paul Garcia ( Book )
2 editions published in 2006 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Index of Way back when by Myrtle McNamar by Paul Garcia ( Book )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Visual Compensatory Tracking Performance after Exposure to Flashblinding Pulses. II. Sub-Damage-Threshold Laser Irradiation of Rhesus Monkey Subjects ( Book )
1 edition published in 1981 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Two rhesus monkeys were exposed to green or multicolor (white) laser pulses while performing a visual compensator tracking test. The pulses were approximately 200 nsec in duration; energy deposited on the retina ranged from 0.55 to 3.75 micro J.A total of 99 exposures were recorded. Flashblindness recovery times (FBT's) were determined by examination of postexposure tracking error plots. Most exposures had no apparent effect. Average FBT from exposures that produced events was 1.9 + or - 0.8 sec; no dose-response relationship was evident. These exposure-related events were indistinguishable in appearance from random startle events that occurred frequently during task performance. We concluded that, for these studies, the laser exposures caused momentary startles that were probably not true flashblindness incidents
Evaluacion del estado nutricional de los ninos de 6 a 12 anos en el grupo escolar "Manuel Antonio Garcia" Cabure by Paul Garcia ( Book )
1 edition published in 1987 in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Con el objeto de evaluar el estdo nutricional de ninos de6-12 anos de edad de Cabure , capital del distrito Petit, se estudiaron 377 ninos, algunos regulares del grupo escolar Manuel A. Garcia deesta localidad, de los cuales 190(50,39 porciento) eran del sexo masculino y 187(49,61 porciento) de sexo femenino se procedio a cuntificar las medidads antropometricas de peso y talla y se realizo una entrevista al grupo familiar donde se precisan algunos aspectos socio-economicos y nutricionales. Se estimaron las medidas antropometricas de los ninos utilizando medidas centrales de, de dispersion y de posicion. Se analizo estadisticamente la diferencia de los valores para cada sexo y edad, igualmente se establecio la relacion entre los datos socio-economicos registrados y la calidad de la alimentacion en cada grupo de ninos considerados con percentiles subnormales para el nino venezolano(AU)
Institutions by Paul Garcia ( Book )
1 edition published in 1987 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Visual Compensatory Tracking Performance after Exposure to Flashblinding Pulses. I. Comparison of Human and Rhesus Monkey Subjects ( Book )
1 edition published in 1981 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
To assess the validity of using macaques as human analogues in further flash-blindness studies, three rhesus monkeys and eight human subjects were exposed to identical flashblinding light pulses while performing identical visual compensatory tracking tasks. The light source was a 3400-K tungsten- halogen lamp; optics and shutter were arranged so that a 0.1-sec flash deposited a total energy of 20.7 micro J over a 3-mm-diameter spot on the retina. Flashblindness recovery time was determined by examining the tracking error trace immediately after treatment. A total of 160 human and 97 rhesus treatments were recorded. Average recovery time for the humans was 2.8 + or - 0.6 sec; for the rhesus, 3.2 + or - 1.1 sec. This close agreement was found in spite of different tracking control strategies used by human and rhesus subjects. Rhesus monkeys were judged acceptable as human analogues for this specific type of testing
Proteinas de amastigotes de varias especies de leishmanias ptrotegen a seres humanos contra la leishmaniasis en el area endemica de Guatire, Estado Miranda, Venezuela by Jose O'Daly Carbonell ( )
1 edition published in 1995 in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
En la Urbanizacion Valle Arriba, situada en las afueras de Guatire, Estado Miranda, a una hora por carretera al este de Caracas, capital de Venezuela, una zona con una incidencia de leishmaniasis de 24,76 por mil habitantes, hemos aplicado una vacuna contra la enfermedad en agosto de 1991, con un seguimiento de 3191 personas casa por casa de tres anos, hasta el momento de escribir este trabajo (septiembre 1994). Tambien hemos aplicado la vacuna en una zona hiperendemica adyacente denominada "El Ingenio" con una tasa de mortalidad de 162,04 por mil habitantes. La vacuna esta constituida por 8-10 proteinas de cuatro especies de leishmaniasis a juzgar por el patron obtenido en geles de acrilamida SDS. En la Urbanizacion Valle arriba tanto el grupo vacunado como el grupo control no vacunado mostro un 24 por ciento de intradermoreaccion (IDR) positiva a los antigenos de la vacuna antes de la vacunacion. Un mes despues de tres dosis de vacuna el 95,67 por ciento de los individuos con IDR negativa prevacunal convirtieron a IDR positiva. Esta misma reaccion practicada cada ano en tres anos consecutivos se ha incrementado tanto en los grupos prevacunales positivos como negativos, sin colocar nuevas dosis de vacuna, llegando hasta un diametro de 20 mm. El seguimiento casa por casa nos revela en la comunidad de Viena que las personas no vacunadas, conviviendo junto a las personas vacunadas en la misma casa son las que se infectan preferentemente, no asi los individuos que han recibido la vacuna. La tasa de morbilidad en el grupo vacunado para todas las comunidades de "Valle arriba" fue de 7,94 por mil, mientras que en el grupo control no vacunado alcanzo 56,17 por mil, es decir, una incidencia de la enfermedad 7,07 veces mayor despues de 3 anos de seguimiento. En la comunidad de "El Ingenio", especialmente en "La Planta" existe una hiperendemia, con 41,78 por ciento de la poblacion IDR positiva habiendo aumentado la enfermedad desde 1991-1994 cuando aparecieron 82 casos mientras que hasta 1984 se veian solo 1-2 casos por ano, para un total de 122 casos de 1972-1994. En esta comunidad la tasa de morbilidad mayor (205,23 por mil) se encuentra en la poblacion de 0-5 anos de edad lo cual atestigua que la transmision es intradomiciliaria. Los prevacunales negativos y los positivos aumentaron progresivamente la respuesta a la IDR despues de cada dosis de vacuna, llegando en el caso de los negativos a un 95-100 por ciento de conversion(AU)
Sindrome de Munchausen: presentacion de un caso y revision de la literatura by Manuel Carreiro Rodriguez ( )
1 edition published in 1998 in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Heaven on the fourth floor ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1998 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Two retirement home room-mates lament lives of wasted opportunity in a comedic drama
The Effect of Glare on Regan Contrast Letter Acuity Scores Using Dye-Based and Reflective Laser Eye Protection ( )
1 edition published in 2001 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Current laser eye protection devices (LEPDs) are dye-based or reflective. While both technologies block the laser wavelengths, reflective LEPDs generally transmit more visible light than do dye-based LEPDs. Consequently reflective LEPDs are generally superior to dye-based LEPDs for the sparse light conditions of night. Reflective LEPDs are also better at maintaining a constant color appearance which is important for tasks requiring recognition of color coded information such as reading color maps or color cockpit displays. The advantages of reflective LEPDS, higher light transmission and better color recognition, need to be considered in association with other optical qualities of reflective LEPDs. One significant measure of optical quality is haze, which tends to be higher in reflective LEPDs. Wearing an LEPD with high haze can accentuate the impact of glare. Glare reduces visual acuity, particularly at low contrast levels. Differences in contrast acuity between dye-based and reflective LEPDs were investigated in the current experiment. Under indoor lighting (photopic) contrast acuity was separately measured with and without glare. In the absence of glare, contrast acuity remained high with all LEPDs. Only small decrements in the ability to identify very low contrast stimuli were found. In the presence of glare, the ability to identify low contrast stimuli was substantially reduced while wearing the reflective LEPDs with higher haze. While reflective LEPDs have been optimized for nighttime use, these data suggest that glare problems from the sun might be experienced while wearing reflective LEPD if protection is required during the day
 
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