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By James Barney

Greater than 3 many years in the past, Dr. Kathleen Sainsbury's archaeologist mom and dad have been murdered at an historic excavation web site in Iraq. Now the talented biologist stands near to a astonishing step forward: the invention of a gene that may expand a human lifestyles through thousands of years. yet in the mean time of her maximum triumph, a mysterious mobilephone name unearths a hidden fact that pulls chaos and violence once more into Kathleen's global . . . and threatens to irreversibly regulate the future of humankind.

For someplace within the shadows, robust unseen

forces are observing . . . and waiting.

Suddenly Kathleen is a objective of covert government

operatives as she races to discover the mystery

behind her parents' mystery study and brutal deaths—

a secret locked within the human genome, in the

sands of antiquity, and within the ebook of Genesis.

More than survival is at stake for

Dr. Kathleen Sainsbury. the way forward for all humanity

hangs within the stability . . . and the prize

is the key of existence itself.

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Listing 2-1. kjpajp)Hajcpd6/,, Scoping Information The second reason traditional web services don’t interact well with the Web is that the scope of the request being made to the traditional web service isn’t clear. This is because SOAP methods are constructed using verbs that act upon the resources. Table 2-1 shows some examples of typical web service methods. Table 2-1. Typicial Web Service Methods Method Action capQoan$% Gets a single user ]``Qoan$% Adds a single user `ahapaQoan$% Deletes a user o]raQoan$% Saves a user heopQoano$% Lists users capBhecdp@ap]eho$% Gets flight details ^kkgBhecdp$% Books a flight As you go down the list, it’s increasing difficult to determine the scope of the request being performed.

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