non-specialist

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non-specialist

[ˈnɒnˈspeʃəlɪst] Nno especialista mf
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Silence On The Wire: A Field Guide To Passive Reconnaissance And Indirect Attacks by computer security and programming expert Michal Zalewski focuses upon fundamentals of computing so that even non-specialist general readers can understand network design and their own computing activities, becoming able to address computer security issues.
Two new additions to the The Harvard University Press Family Health Guides home health library series for non-specialist general readers provides basic instructions for families.
Contract notice: Framework Agreement for the Provision of Specialist and Non-Specialist Arboricultural Services CPU 1711.
Kidney disease management; a practical approach for the non-specialist healthcare practitioner.
The monolithic nature of the phenomenon of Islamism is in many of the minds of the non-specialist students entering our classrooms in colleges and universities, and the ordinary person on the street.
All police firearms units have been allowed to use Tasers since April 2004, but Gwent and North Wales Police are part of a trial system that allows non-specialist officers to use them too.
Based on the views of teachers, heads of science departments and pupils, a range of positive impacts from the programme were identified and the programme appears to be meeting its aim to provide non-specialist chemistry teachers with confidence, flair and enthusiasm to teach chemistry.
Writing with impeccable scholarship and a genuine knack for storytelling, Professor Pritchard has created a seminal work that is confidently recommended reading for both academia and the non-specialist general reader with an interest in turtles, tortoises, and a scientific life of adventure, discovery, and accomplishment.
Highly recommended for students of Greek mythology, New Age metaphysics enthusiasts, and the non-specialist general reader who enjoys a well crafted novel of magic, myth and spirituality, "The Circle of Olympians" would prove an enduringly popular addition to community library fiction collections.
Informed, informative, and highly recommended reading for anyone with an interest in Judaic mysticism, metaphysics, and personal spiritual development, "Kabbalah, Science And The Meaning of Life" is particularly accessible and appropriate for the non-specialist general reader, while holding immense interest and value for dedicated and experienced students of the kaballah as well.
The complementarity between the two modern editions, the one for the specialist and the one for the non-specialist, is usefully pointed up by Beaulieu in his introduction, where he directs us to the Buzon edition for more ample notes and discussion of the text.
00) Good Hearts is informative and recommended reading for non-specialist general readers with an interest in Chicago history, Women's Studies, the American Catholic church, and the historical influence of Catholic women in American social reforms.

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