Kamran Khan from Rajasthan
Robin Uthappa as of now...
will be available from the next match
Matthew Hayden (CSK) - 572 runs highest
No Specific Home Ground as IPL was held in South Africa. for Season 2 in 2009.
There are a number of resources online with information regarding Anita Desai. Sources can be found from the following: -Simply typing the name of this Indian author into Google and seeing the results that come up -An online version of the Britannica -Creighton University's online World Literature Program -Special Collections about Anita Desai on ipl2 -Online videos at Videosurf and/or Youtube -(and much more)
There are two main components to referencing using the APA style guide: 1) the list of references at the end and 2) in-text citations. There are too many rules and situations to list here, but the Seattle Central Community College Library offers a guide to help with citing sources: http://libguides.seattlecentral.edu/citations This guide offers "instructions, tips, and lots of sample citations" for the APA (as well as for other common styles). Here is the link directly to their APA Style Citation Guide: http://libguides.seattlecentral.edu/APA These resources can be found by searching the ipl2 http://www.ipl2.org for "citing sources" (quotation marks are not needed in the search). For more questions, a local librarian can help. Many library web sites have a link where you can chat online with a librarian 24 hours a day, 7 days a week! http://ipl.org/div/liblocator
Greetings! I have found some resources that may help in answering your question of Jean Jacques Rousseau. Jean Jacques Rousseau believed in the society over the individual. To find a fuller explanation of his beliefs, the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy provides information on the life and writings of Rousseau. iep.utm.edu/rousseau The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy is a peer-reviewed academic resource and is hosted by the University of Tennessee at Martin. For information additional information, the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy provides an overview of Jean Jacques Rousseau and his philosophical ideas. The idea of general will, civil religion and toleration, as well as several other ideas that he had that influenced other philosophers. plato.stanford.edu/entries/rousseau To locate both of these sources, I performed a Google search. By entering the terms "Jean Jacques Rousseau Beliefs", the search results provided contain the information on Jean Jacques Rousseau. google.com If you have any additional questions, visit ipl2's website. ipl.org Thanks!
There are many more than 8 types of metal. In fact the majority of the elements in the periodic table are considered metals. A few common characteristics of metals include a shiny appearance, being solid at room temperature, the ability to conduct electricity, and being malleable. A more detailed list is available here: http://tinyurl.com/cuftsfq If you are looking for more general information on metals Chem4Kids.com is an excellent resource. This page talks about how to identify a metal and provides basic information on the different metal classifications of the periodic table: Actinide Metals, Lanthanide Metals, Alkali Metals, Alkaline-Earth Metals, Rare Metals, Rare-Earth Metals, and Transition Metals. http://www.chem4kids.com/files/elem_metal.html Andrew Rader maintains Chem4Kids.com. His background in science and computers makes this site easy to navigate and understand. As you specifically mentioned the number 8, you may be looking more for information on Metalloids. These are elements that have the properties of both metals and nonmetals. There are 7 commonly accepted Metalloids. These are Boron(B), Silicon(S), Germanium(Ge), Arsenic(As), Tellurium(Te), and Polonium(Po). Some refer to 8 elements by including Astatine (At). See this article from Buzzle for more information: http://www.buzzle.com/articles/metalloids-in-the-periodic-table.html To find the sources above I performed several Google searches using the search terms <types of metals>, <characteristics of metals>, and <metalloids>. I hope this information helps to answer your question. If you need additional assistance you may consider contacting your local library. For help locating a library visit this page on ipl2: http://www.ipl.org/div/liblocator/ Best of luck, ~Heather Librarians--Ask Us, We Answer!