The online version of Frederic Farrar's classic work on the life of Jesus Christ. Farrar was a British preacher who lived from 1831 to 1903 and servedâ€”among other placesâ€”as minister of London's famed Westminster Abbey and later as Dean of Canterbury.
Provides investigation in the areas of: applicant matters, civil rights, counter-terrorism, financial crimes, foreign counter intelligence, organized crime/drugs and violent crimes, and major offenders. Their Web site provides an online version of the Ten Most Wanted Fugitives List.
Compiles economic and banking information pertinent to the Ninth Federal Reserve District and the nation. This site also includes unique features such as an inflation calculator, curriculum resources for teachers and a wealth of statistical information on the Ninth Federal Reserve District.
The Web site for the Foundation for Interior Design Education Research (FIDER). FIDER promotes excellence in Interior Design education through research and the accreditation of academic programs that prepare interior designers to create interior environments for improving the quality of human experience.
A site for travelers wanting to learn common words and phrases of a language. Languages include: German, French, Italian, Russian, Czech, Turkish, Finnish, Danish, Esperanto, English, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Polish, Romanian, Swedish, Norwegian and Icelandic. Sound files for each language are also available. Links are provided to other sites that feature translation dictionaries.
A source of free sheet music from both the public domain and original composers with restricted licenses. Some of the scores do have restricted use; please check the license page if you have any questions.
A free translation service for those who wish to translate emails, chat messages, Web pages, and other text. It provides translation from English to French, Spanish, German, Italian, and Portuguese, as well as from French, Spanish, and German to English.