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  1. La feria discursiva de Juan José Arreola

    XIMENA TRONCOSO ARAOS

    2002-01-01

    This paper is a reading of La feria, a Juan José Arreola's novel, as an eminently dialogic, heterogeneous, carnavalesque and fragmentary text that constructs meanings at the macrostructure's level. The treatment of the themes involves the formal writing structure. For this reason it's such an interesting novel. The "feria" as a religious and pagan holiday is the principal subject of this novel; but the text is a fair too, a discursive fair that includes diverse material and spiritual spheres

  2. Aquí no pasa nada, Juan José Lozano

    Bouchet, Odile

    2014-01-01

    Les éditions Albatros, de Genève, Suisse, publient Aquí no pasa nada, le premier roman de Juan José Lozano, cinéaste documentariste colombien-suisse à qui nous devons Témoin indésirable (2008) et Impunity (2009), que nous avons projetés lors de Cinelatino. Si bien des fictions trouvent leur origine dans la littérature, voici un roman dont les racines plongent dans le cinéma, et pas n’importe lequel : le documentaire est bien le géniteur de cette fiction romanesque composée de successives mise...

  3. Notações espaciais como formas de inteligibilidade cultural: Graciliano Ramos, José María Arguedas, Juan José Saer

    Graciela Ravetti

    2011-10-01

    Full Text Available Resumo: Estudam-se, neste artigo, formas de desenhar o espaço literário com a perspectiva do “lugar” e do “movimento no lugar” em escritores com fortes vínculos com, pelo menos, duas tradições. É possível afirmar que cada tradição _ e dentro delas, cada período histórico _ consolida um modo de representação do espaço e, com isso, reflete uma visão de mundo particular. A expectativa é encontrar novas formas de inteligibilidade da cultura a partir dos problemas de figuração. Os três autores estudados são latino-americanos: José María Arguedas é peruano e considerado um escritor bicultural, sendo como foi ligado tanto às culturas indígenas de sua região (aymara e quéchua quanto ao que de mais moderno apresentava a literatura de América Hispânica nas décadas de 50 e 60 (o realismo mágico e o testemunho; Graciliano Ramos é comumente associado à tradição literária brasileira no que esta tem de ocidental e moderna, mas mostra fortes vínculos com o interior do nordeste, o que lhe empresta um perfil ligado a dois aspectos determinantes da cultura brasileira; Juan José Saer é argentino e ligado, por um lado, à tradição argentina dos séculos XIX e XX, e, por outro, conectado, pelas circunstâncias de seu exílio (1968 até sua morte, em 2005 à França e à cultura européia. De Graciliano Ramos privilegia-se aqui seu romance Vidas Secas; de José Maria Arguedas seu conto A agonia de Rasu-Ñiti; de Juan José Saer, seu romance El limonero real.Palavras-chave: Graciliano Ramos; Vidas Secas; José María Arguedas; A agonia de Rasu-Ñiti; Juan José Saer; El limonero real; espaço; cultura.Resumen: Se estudian, en este artículo, formas de bosquejar el espacio literario desde la perspectiva del “lugar” y del “movimiento en el lugar” en escritores con fuertes vínculos con, por lo menos, dos tradiciones. Es posible afirmar que cada tradición — y en su interior, cada período histórico — consolida

  4. Juan José de Palafox, gobernador de Cartagena (1750-1756). Complejidad jurisdiccional e impunidad en un territorio militarizado

    Álvarez y Cañas, María Luisa

    2014-01-01

    El gobierno de Cartagena durante el mandato del mariscal de campo Juan José de Palafox (1750-1756) sufrió las perjudiciales consecuencias de su talante prepotente. Los enfrentamientos con las autoridades civiles y de Marina, junto a las actividades delictivas, obligaron a su dimisión secreta. Sin embargo, la parcial e interesada aplicación de la ley dejó sin subsanar la corrupción, a causa de la difícil conciliación de jurisdicciones privilegiadas que perpetuaron los problemas de competencia....

  5. El problema de la representación en la poética de Juan José Saer

    Merbilhaá, Margarita

    1999-01-01

    Nos proponemos abordar la obra de Juan José Saer desde una perspectiva de conjunto. Sin embargo, como se verá, en algunas partes del siguiente trabajo, las hipótesis que postulamos han requerido, para su demostración, del análisis detenido de algunos de los textos del escritor santafesino. En primer lugar, en el capítulo I, establecemos y fundamentamos una división en tres etapas de la obra saeriana. En el capítulo II indagamos la ideología de la percepción propia de esta escritura, y sus con...

  6. Juan José Lanz, Nuevos y novísimos poetas en la estela del 68

    Neira, Julio

    2015-01-01

    Está sobradamente acreditado que el profesor de la Universidad del País Vasco Juan José Lanz es uno de los mayores especialistas en el estudio de la poesía española de la segunda mitad del siglo XX. Así lo ratifican sus solventes monografías sobre algunos de los hitos más significativos de esa época, como sus numerosos trabajos sobre Blas de Otero, reunidos en el volumen Alas de cadenas (Sevilla, Renacimiento, 2008); sobre la poesía del medio siglo, periodo que trató en Las palabras gastadas ...

  7. Las Pinturas Negras de Goya y la Quinta del Sordo. Precisiones sobre las teorías de Juan José Junquera

    Glendinning, Nigel

    2004-09-01

    Full Text Available In 2003, three publications of Juan José Junquera cast doubt on the authenticity of Goya's Black Paintings. The present article disputes the validity of Professor Junquera's conclusions and re-examines the relevant documents in detail.

    En 2003, tres publicaciones de Juan José Junquera pusieron en tela de juicio la paternidad de las Pinturas Negras de Goya. El presente artículo cuestiona las conclusiones del profesor Junquera, examinando con detalle la base documental de sus teorías.

  8. Juan José Heydeck, un alemán en la corte de Carlos IV: experimentos contra la viruela

    Ramírez Martín, Susana María

    2006-12-01

    Full Text Available First years of the XIX century, Juan José Heydeck proposes the realization of the experiments with the pus of the goats instead of the pus of the cows, for combat the smallpox. This experiments require more childrens, where to be verified them. In Spain, the pus of the goats will be the one alternative to the pus of the cows. In this country is dificult fall in with the pus of the cows. This iniciative haven´t the hope results.

    En los primeros años del siglo XIX, Juan José Heydeck propone la realización de unos experimentos con el pus de cabras en lugar del pus de vacas, para luchar contra las viruelas naturales. Estos experimentos requerían un número indeterminado de niños donde verificarlos. En España, el pus de cabras sería una alternativa al pus de vaca. En estos territorios era difícil encontrar el pus de vacas. Esta iniciativa del pus hircino no tuvo el éxito esperado.

  9. Juan José Saer’s La grande: another turn, the last, spiral one

    Adriana Mancini

    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available Juan José Saer (1937–2005 was born in the province of Santa Fe, located in the river coastal region of Argentina, and lived there until 1968. He then moved to Paris until his death, where he also wrote most of his works. His literary project is based on a region – the zone – which represents simultaneously geography and existence: it has a real point of reference, a portion of the Santa Fe riverside area of the Paraná river, and also it is a condition for the opportunity for a conversation between friends; a debate over the representational possibilities of language, the relationship between literature and reality, the twists and turns of philosophy. The characters, native to that region, appear throughout his work; they grow old along with their maker. Each novel completes fictional configurations, progresses both in its conflicts and in those of the group they make up. Their Leitmotiven are remembrance, memory, perception and representation of time in several manifestations. La grande, a posthumous novel, is considered a compendium of Saer’s works. It is composed of seven chapters named after the days of the week, from Tuesday to Monday. The last chapter, Monday, which Saer may have conceived as a coda, consists of a single line. His death does away with time bringing an end to his literary project. This paper comprises an analysis of temporal representation in the novel: the aging of the characters in the saga; the construction of space-time coordinates for narrative development, the formal means used for its representation, the embedding of the historical time through references to Argentina’s last dictatorship, and the functionality of the reference to the days of the week for identifying the respective chapters, both in the context of the novel and the author’s work as a whole.

  10. Aus dem Humboldt-Nachlaß: Juan José de Oteyzas Beschreibung der Pyramiden von Teotihuacán

    Ulrike Leitner

    2006-04-01

    Full Text Available Article in German, Abstracts in English, German and Spanish.The papers of Alexander von Humboldt in Cracow (Poland contain materials related to Mexico and Cuba, which Humboldt had collected. Among them is a manuscript describing Teotihuacan by Juan José de Oteyza, whom Humboldt had met during his stay at the “Real Seminario de Minería” in Mexico City. Humboldt himself never visited this pyramid precinct. In cases like these he used his extensive information network to complete his own observations in his travel journals. This can be seen in the following comparison of Oteyza’s manuscript with Humboldt’s text which was published later.

  11. Percepciones sobre la interculturalidad: estudio exploratorio con estudiantes y docentes de las Unidades Educativas José Manuel Belgrano 4, Juan XXIII 2 y San Jorge 1

    Ramírez Flores, Nicolás

    2015-01-01

    El tema de investigación gira en torno a las percepciones sobre la interculturalidad. En este sentido, se busca interpretar los significados de las percepciones, creencias, valoraciones y actitudes de los estudiantes y los docentes de 4°, 5° y 6° del nivel Secundario de las Unidades Educativas José Manuel Belgrano 4, Juan XXIII 2 y San Jorge 1 de la ciudad de Tarija sobre la propia identidad cultural y la relación con las otras identidades culturales indígenas y regionales en la educación y l...

  12. Stanley Kubrik. Chantal Akerman, Críticas: Beto Gómez, Ignacio Siro Medrano, Juan José Campanella, Abbas Kiarostami, Luis Eduardo Aute, Chris Columbus, J. K. Rowling

    La madriguera

    2002-01-01

    La madriguera (2002). Stanley Kubrik. Chantal Akerman, Críticas: Beto Gómez, Ignacio Siro Medrano, Juan José Campanella, Abbas Kiarostami, Luis Eduardo Aute, Chris Columbus, J. K. Rowling. Ediciones de intervención cultural S.L. http://hdl.handle.net/10251/42047.

  13. On the falsifications in history: Juan José Heydeck (n. 1755 and his «amazing» discovery of a vaccine against the smallpox

    Olagüe de Ros, Guillermo

    2007-06-01

    Full Text Available Juan Jose Heydeck (b. 1755 is a turbid figure that in the last years he is acquiring certain historical relief. His false find of a vaccine has been overvalued, in excess, against the smallpox in goats of Madrid. In this note, which is a response to an article appeared in Asclepio in 2006, this personage is checked from an historical point of view and there is demonstrated the falsehood of his find, fruit of his excessive ambition.

    Juan José Heydeck (n. 1755 es una turbia figura que en los últimos años está adquiriendo cierto relieve historiográfico. Se ha sobrevalorado, en exceso, su falso hallazgo de una vacuna contra la
    viruela en cabras de Madrid. En esta nota, que es respuesta a un artículo aparecido en esta revista en 2006, se revisa historiográficamente a este personaje y se demuestra la falsedad de su hallazgo, fruto de su ambiciosa y desmedida ambición.

  14. PERIODISMO, FICCIÓN Y REALIDAD: A PROPÓSITO DE TODO SON PREGUNTAS, EL OJO DE CERRADURA Y SOMBRAS SOBRE SOMBRAS DE JUAN JOSÉ MILLÁS Journalism, Fiction and Reality in Juan José Millás’ Todo son preguntas, El ojo de la cerradura, and Sombras sobre sombras

    Teresa González Arce

    2008-07-01

    Full Text Available Durante los veranos de 2004, 2005 y 2006, el escritor español Juan José Millás publicó una serie de artículos que más tarde dieron lugar a tres recopilaciones tituladas Todo son preguntas, El ojo de la cerradura y Sombras sobre sombras. Entendidos, a la vez, como preguntas y respuestas suscitadas por fotografías aparecidas en la prensa, los tres volúmenes dan cuenta de una poética sostenida por una concepción espacial del mundo que, de manera explícita, remite a la imagen platónica de la caverna. El escritor utiliza la ficción literaria como una herramienta de interpretación de la realidad -representada aquí por la serie de fotografías- y, al hacer esto, pone en entredicho los límites entre la verdad y las apariencias. Agregar sombras a un mundo poblado por simulacros, parece decir Millás, es la única forma de entender algo en este galimatías en el que vivimos.In the summers of 2004, 2005 and 2006 the Spanish writer Juan José Millás published a series of articles that later appeared in three volumes titled Todo son preguntas, El ojo de la cerradura and Sombras sobre sombras. His essays are best understood as a meditation about press photos that inspire both questions and answers, expressing a poetics grounded in a spatial conception of the world that explicitly invokes the platonic image of the cave. The writer utilizes literary fiction as a tool to interpret reality -represented here in the series of photos- and, in so doing, problematizes the limits between truth and appearance. It is only by adding shadows to a world replete with simulacra, Millás seems to say, that we can make any sense of the world at all.

  15. Entrevista con Juan Marichal.

    - Consejo de Redacción

    1997-01-01

    Juan Marichal nació en Santa Cruz de Tenerife, en 1922, en el seno de una familia ligada al partido republicano insular. Muy joven, en 1935, se trasladó a Madrid, ciudad en la que vive el estallido de la guerra civil. En 1937, pasa a Valencia y luego a Barcelona; tras su exilio en 1938, prosigue sus estudios secundarios en un liceo de París, concluyéndolos en Casablanca. En 1941 emigra a México, formándose en la UNAM: fue alumno de los exiliados José Gaos y Joaquín Xirau así como del mexicano...

  16. Saga y fugas de Don Juan

    1998-01-01

    Ensayo acerca de las diversas versiones e interpretaciones que a lo largo de la historia ha suscitado el mito de Don Juan Tenorio. Lectura original del donjuanismo a partir de las teorías del filósofo José Antonio Marina en torno al ingenio y sus productos.

  17. Juan Latino "El Negro": Poet and Humanist

    Castro Borrego, Silvia Pilar

    2015-01-01

    The article explores the historical novel written by José V. Pascual about the life and Works of Juan Latino "El Negro" focusing on the humanism of this black poet and professor and his contributions to the Afro-spanish historical memory.

  18. Entrevista con Juan Marichal.

    - Consejo de Redacción

    1997-01-01

    Full Text Available Juan Marichal nació en Santa Cruz de Tenerife, en 1922, en el seno de una familia ligada al partido republicano insular. Muy joven, en 1935, se trasladó a Madrid, ciudad en la que vive el estallido de la guerra civil. En 1937, pasa a Valencia y luego a Barcelona; tras su exilio en 1938, prosigue sus estudios secundarios en un liceo de París, concluyéndolos en Casablanca. En 1941 emigra a México, formándose en la UNAM: fue alumno de los exiliados José Gaos y Joaquín Xirau así como del mexicano Edmundo O 'Gorman. Luego, becado en Princeton desde 1946, lo fue de América Castro, donde preparó una tesis sobre Feijoo. Apoyado en las vastas perspectivas de sus maestros, fue orientándose hada nuestra historia intelectual, desde el siglo XV hasta hoy. Su carrera profesional se ha desarrollado en los Estados Unidos (coincidiendo con Amado Alonso y con Ferrater Mora: ha sido profesor de estudios hispánicos en la Universidad de Harvard, desde 1948 hasta 1988, año en que se jubiló voluntariamente como numerario (aunque había permanecido en el Bryn Mawr College, entre 1953 y 1957. A este trabajo se suman, con todo, sus conferencias en América Latina y en España. Ha colaborado en las revistas más importantes, en este campo, de México, Nueva York, Puerto Rico, La Habana, Buenos Aires o París así como de las españolas, desde los sesenta. Juan Marichal -hoy, miembro de la Junta Directiva de los Amigos de la Residencia de Estudiantes, director del Boletín de la Institución Libre de Enseñanza y asociado al Instituto Universitario Ortega y Gasset-, reside en España desde otoño de 1989: se considera a sí mismo «voluntario en Madrid», como había dicho Alfonso Reyes en su estancia madrileña (1914-1924.

  19. El Arquitecto Juan de Madrazo y Kuntz

    Navascués Palacio, Pedro

    1985-01-01

    En el panorama de la arquitectura isabelina y procedente de la primera promoción de la Escuela de Arquitectura de Madrid, ocupa un lugar destacado Juan de Madrazo y Kuntz (1829-1880), hijo de José de Madrazo y hermano de Federico, Pedro y Luis de Madrazo. Su vida y obra resultan exiguas, tanto por el corto número de años alcanzados como por los escasos proyectos que llegó a realizar. Mas aquí radica uno de los secretos de la singularidad de su obra, pues ésta deja ver siempre un grado de madu...

  20. Juan José Saer, a medio escribir

    Mariana Di Ció

    2011-07-01

    Full Text Available El objetivo de este trabajo es analizar el dossier genético de La ocasión, para identificar gestos y mecanismos de la creación ; para reconstituir, en definitiva, una suerte de poética de la escritura, análoga y complementaria a la poética del texto. Además del material preparatorio o prerredaccional (notas de lectura, esquemas, listas, apuntes y comentarios diseminados en cuadernos y carpetas, encontramos material redaccional o “a medio escribir” : unas pocas páginas de cuaderno donde Saer escribe tres intentos de incipit (entre ellos el de la versión publicada y las primeras páginas de la novela. A ello se añaden dos versiones (un manuscrito y un dactilograma de un relato comenzado en los años sesenta, también titulado “La ocasión”, cuya relación con la novela intentaremos ahondar.L’objectif de ce travail est d’analyser le dossier génétique du roman La ocasión, afin d’identifier des gestes et des mécanismes propres à la création ; afin de reconstruire, en définitive, une sorte de poétique de l’écriture, analogue et complémentaire à la poétique du texte. En plus du matériel préparatoire ou pré-rédactionnel (notes de lecture, schémas et scénarios, listes et autres commentaires disséminés dans des cahiers et classeurs, il existe également du matériel rédactionnel ou « à moitié écrit » : quelques pages d’un cahier avec trois tentatives d’incipit (dont la version publiée et les premières pages du roman. À cela s’ajoutent deux versions (un manuscrit et un tapuscrit d’un récit commencé dans les années soixante, également intitulé « La ocasión », et dont la relation avec le roman nous allons tenter d’approfondir.This object of this work is to analyse the genetic dossier of La ocasión, in order to identify gestures and mechanisms of the creative process, and to somehow reconstruct Saer’s poetics of writing as analogical and complementary to his poetics of the text. Other than the preparatory or prewriting material (reading notes, research, planning, storyboarding, lists and other comments scattered in notebooks and folders, there is some written or rather “half written” material: a few pages from a notebook with three different beginnings (amongst which the published incipit and the first few pages of the published novel. There are also two versions (one handwritten and one typed manuscript of a story from the sixties also titled “La ocasión”, whose relation to the novel we will examine.

  1. Pedro José Velarde: un rapsoda callejero en el México del siglo XVIII

    Bernabéu Albert, Salvador

    2005-12-01

    Full Text Available The Inquisition trial of Pedro José Velarde in 1768 reveals the life and works of this street poet that was very popular in the market of El Baratillo. Velarde was imprisoned because some of his compositions were dedicated to praise the activities of the jesuits, expelled in 1767. He was sentenced to three years in prison serving in the San Juan de Dios Hospital, but died in poverty in 1768.

    Gracias al proceso abierto por la Inquisición mexicana en 1768 podemos reconstruir parcialmente la vida y la obra de Pedro José Velarde, poeta callejero que se hizo famoso en el mercado del Baratillo. Algunas de sus composiciones fueron dedicadas a ensalzar las actividades de los jesuitas, expulsados en 1767, por lo que fue encarcelado y sentenciado a servir durante tres años en el hospital de San Juan de Dios. Murió en 1784 en la pobreza.

  2. José Olallo Valdés: a Cuban male nurse to be remembered

    Onassys Barreiro Alberdi

    2009-05-01

    Full Text Available José Olallo was a monk of the Order San Juan de Dios, who assumed infirmary practice as his profession, with a considerable humanist approach. He was a missionary who devoted his life to relief other people´s pain, no matter their religion, race, or social status, with no material profits for himself. This monk never studied nursery, but got his knowledge from the daily practice at the hospital of San Juan de Dios in Puerto Príncipe. He is an example for all those persons who choose this profession, for his perseverance, devotion and love. On November, 29th the Catholic Church beatified him in Camagüey city. He belonged to the order San Juan de Dios, founded by a Portuguese religious man in 1539.

  3. El Juan Minelli de Juan Martini

    Diego, José Luis de

    1996-01-01

    Juan Martini escribió ocho novelas. Las tres primeras -El agua en los pulmones, Los asesinos las prefieren rubias y El cerco- fueron escritas en años anteriores a 1975, año en que el escritor se radica en Barcelona. A esas tres novelas, aunque diferentes entre sí, se las suele asociar con el género policial; así lo entendió la Editorial Legasa que en 1985 las reeditó en un único volumen bajo el título Tres novelas policiales. Durante los años de exilio, Martini publica dos novelas: La vida en...

  4. Nominación Aula Multimedia-Idiomas Profesor Juan Carrión

    Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena

    2014-01-01

    La Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena (UPCT) dio el nombre de Juan Carrión a un aula multimedia y de idiomas de la Facultad de Ciencias de la Empresa. El rector, José Antonio Franco, destacó en un acto la labor y el esfuerzo de innovación pedagógica de quien fue profesor de inglés de la institución varias décadas. A continuación se descubrio la placa en el aula correspondiente.

  5. El destierro infinito de Blanco White en la mirada de Juan Goytisolo

    Durán López, Fernando

    2010-06-01

    Full Text Available In the years 1970-1972, the novelist Juan Goytisolo published several studies and translations on the work of José María Blanco White, which represent a key moment in the recovery of that forgotten writer for the modern Spanish culture. The argument made in this essay is that the consciously identifying strategy applied by Goytisolo on Blanco White, in order to define a Spanish intellectual tradition throughout the centuries, marked by exile and dissent, is in fact a deformation of the figure and thought of the writer from Seville. Blanco White’s reception in Spain, however, has been conditioned by that reading.En torno a los años 1970-1972 el novelista Juan Goytisolo publica varios estudios y traducciones sobre la obra de José María Blanco White, que suponen un momento clave en la recuperación de ese olvidado escritor para la moderna cultura española. La tesis formulada en el presente artículo es que la estrategia conscientemente identificadora que aplica Goytisolo sobre Blanco White, a fin de definir una tradición intelectual española a lo largo de los siglos marcada por el exilio y la disidencia, supone de hecho una deformación de la figura y el pensamiento del escritor sevillano. La recepción de Blanco White en España ha quedado, sin embargo, condicionada por esa lectura.

  6. Marketing San Juan Basin gas

    Marketing natural gas produced in the San Juan Basin of New Mexico and Colorado principally involves four gas pipeline companies with significant facilities in the basin. The system capacity, transportation rates, regulatory status, and market access of each of these companies is evaluated. Because of excess gas supplies available to these pipeline companies, producers can expect improved take levels and prices by selling gas directly to end users and utilities as opposed to selling gas to the pipelines for system supply. The complexities of transporting gas today suggest that the services of an independent gas marketing company may be beneficial to smaller producers with gas supplies in the San Juan Basin

  7. Juan José Díaz Prosper, un 'ganchero' del pasado

    Sánchez Durá, Nicolás

    2011-01-01

    Reflexiones en torno al doble carácter de la fotografía como documento y objeto de valoración estética, el historicismo y el coleccionismo con motivo de la exposición Col.lecció Díaz Prosper: patrimoni i memòria. Fotografies 1839-1900, Universidad de Valencia febrero-junio 2011

  8. Juan José Saer: la genealogía del relato

    Arce, Rafael

    2009-01-01

    En los ensayos de un escritor, las nociones que se valen de imágenes o de metáforas no operan de ese modo por pura retórica o para ilustrar ideas un poco abstractas: es el tropo mismo el que trae consigo un sentido preciso. Para Saer, "la selva espesa de lo real", donde el narrador se interna, es el imaginario de la literatura latinoamericana o, mejor, latinoamericanista. Esa selva debe ser atravesada para internarse en la intemperie de lo material: aunque en sus ensayos no la nom...

  9. Radioactivity in Zircon from Jos, Central Nigeria

    Mining and processing of zircon along with other minerals, generally for export purposes, have been taking place in Jos, central Nigeria, for several decades. Over the years, there has been increasing concern about the radiological impact resulting from these activities. A previous assessment in the vicinity of processing areas reported an annual dose of 50 mSv which by far exceeds the 1 mSv dose limit for members of the public. In the study, the activity concentrations of 238U and 232Th in 28 samples of zircon from Jos were determined using neutron activation analysis. The results gave concentrations of 466 μg/g (5.75 Bq/g) for 238U and 7054 μg/g (28.62 Bq/g) for 232Th. These results complement the results of earlier assessments and may assist in the proper management of these activities and the choice and implementation of appropriate protective measures. (author)

  10. José Mariano Gago (1948 - 2015)

    2015-01-01

    Many people in the particle-physics community will be deeply saddened to learn that José Mariano Gago passed away on 17 April.   José Mariano Gago entered particle physics as a young researcher at CERN in the 1970s and went on to become an ardent supporter of the Organization and all that it stands for. He was instrumental in bringing his country, Portugal, to become a Member State of CERN in 1986. He continued to be deeply involved with CERN, twice as a Portuguese Delegate to CERN Council (1985-1990, 2003-2009) and also as the Portuguese Minister of Science (1995-2011). His speech as Minister at the LHC Inauguration Ceremony is one that many people still remember. In founding the Laboratório de Instrumentação e Física Experimental de Partículas in Portugal, José Mariano also set up the basis for the many important contributions that Portuguese physicists and engineers continue to make to CERN and in part...

  11. Entrevista con José Luis Peset.

    - Consejo de Redacción

    1994-01-01

    Médico e historiador, José Luis Peset se ha formado en las Universidades de Valencia y Salamanca, donde se doctoró, y es, desde hace años, Profesor de investigación del Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas de Madrid. De hecho, encabeza el Departamento de Historia de la Ciencia inserto en el Centro de Estudios Históricos del CSIC. Ha impulsado numerosos proyectos de investigación (es asesor del Fondo de Investigaciones Sanitarias del Ministerio correspondiente), participando en nume...

  12. 33 CFR 165.776 - Security Zone; Coast Guard Base San Juan, San Juan Harbor, Puerto Rico

    2010-07-01

    ... San Juan, San Juan Harbor, Puerto Rico 165.776 Section 165.776 Navigation and Navigable Waters COAST... Guard District § 165.776 Security Zone; Coast Guard Base San Juan, San Juan Harbor, Puerto Rico (a... zone described in paragraph (a) of this section unless authorized by the Captain of the Port San...

  13. Nuevas aportaciones a la Juno de Alonso Cano : su procedencia y reinterpretación en la obra de Juan Antonio de Frías y Escalante

    Requena Bravo de Laguna, José Luis

    2006-01-01

    El presente artículo viene a demostrar como la Juno de Alonso Cano perteneció primero a la colección de Margarita Cajés, hija del pintor madrileño Eugenio, y posteriormente a su viudo, Don José de Cisneros, y cómo tras su muerte fue adquirida en pública almoneda (1665) por el pintor cordobés Juan Antonio de Frías y Escalante (1633-1669). Asimismo, el pintor cordobés transcribió con innegable fidelidad el modelo de la Juno en su San José con el Niño, San Juanit...

  14. Graafikatriennaalil osalev Juan Manuel Echavarria saabub Tallinna

    2011-01-01

    12.-15. aprillini 2011 külastab Tallinna Columbia kunstnik Juan Manuel Echavarria. Tema holograafiliste trükiste sarjast "Reekviem NN" (2008-2010), mida eksponeeritakse Tallinna XV graafikatriennaalil Kumu Kunstimuuseumis

  15. 33 CFR 165.754 - Safety Zone: San Juan Harbor, San Juan, PR.

    2010-07-01

    ... remain in the safety zone unless authorized by the Captain of the Port, San Juan, Puerto Rico, or a... through the safety zone with a Coast Guard designated escort. (3) The Captain of the Port and the Duty Officer at Sector San Juan, Puerto Rico, can be contacted at telephone number 787-289-2041. The...

  16. 76 FR 40876 - San Juan National Forest Resource Advisory Committee

    2011-07-12

    ... Forest Service San Juan National Forest Resource Advisory Committee AGENCY: Forest Service, USDA. ACTION: Notice of meeting. SUMMARY: The San Juan National Forest Resource Advisory Council (RAC) will meet in... Sonoran Meeting Rooms. Written comments should be sent to Attn: San Juan National Forest RAC, 15...

  17. Reklama ir jos parodijos: sąsajos su tautosaka

    Stankevičius, Šarūnas

    2012-01-01

    Darbo objektas - reklamos parodija ir jos kūrimo būdai. Tikslas: nustatyti reklamos daromą įtaką žmogaus psichologijai ir ištirti juoko kūrimo principus reklamų parodijose. Išsikelti uždaviniai: aprašyti reklamos kūrimo būdus bei atskleisti reklamos ir jos parodijos daromą įtaką individui; remiantis anketavimo būdu aprašyti visuomenės požiūrį į reklamą ir jos parodiją, atskleisti anekdotų ir reklamos parodijų žanrų panašumus bei išskirti personažus būdingus abiems žanrams; nustatyti bendrus...

  18. Sobre el dramaturgo José Ricardo Morales

    Roberto Iturra Ortega

    2004-01-01

    Full Text Available A través de esta entrevista, se dan a conocer rasgos biográficos, experiencias, trabajos inéditos y opiniones del dramaturgo, chileno por adopción José Ricardo Morales, uno de los fundadores del teatro experimental de la Universidad de ChileThrogh this interview, biographical characteristics, experience, unpublished works and opinions of the playwright, and chilean by adoption, José Ricardo Morales, who was one of the founders of the Experimental Theather of the University of Chile

  19. Allergic conjunctivitis in Jos-Nigeria

    Keziah N Malu

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available Background: Allergic conjunctivitis (AC may follow seasonal or perennial pattern. There are climatic and racial risk factors involved in some types of AC. It is more prevalent in warm climatic conditions and among Afro-Caribbeans, Arabs and Asians and less among the White populations. Clinical presentations also seem to follow climatic and genetic predisposition. The purpose of this study is to determine the prevalence of AC and its clinical presentations in a hospital setting in this region in people of all ages. Materials and Methods: This is a hospital-based retrospective study of new patients seen at Adoose Specialist Hospital, Jos the capital city of Plateau State in North Central Nigeria with clinical diagnosis of AC from 2000 to 2009. Results: There were 972 subjects, 474 (48.8% males and 498 (51.2% females with M:F ratio of 1:1.05. The most common symptom was itching followed by redness, pains, watery/mucoid discharge, sticky eyes, puffy eyes and photophobia. The presence of papillae in the upper tarsal or lower conjunctiva, a discrete or confluent gelatinous hypertrophy of the limbal conjunctiva (Trantas dots, hyperpigmentation, hyperemia/chemosis of the conjunctiva were the common signs. AC was more prevalent in those aged 1−16 years 38.4% decreasing to 4.9% in the age group above 50 years. The presentation followed perennial pattern, with a peak around July. The most prevalent ocular comorbid condition was refractive error (distant RE and presbyopia in 15.4%, followed by pterygium/pinguecula 3.6%, bacterial conjunctivitis in 2.2%, glaucoma 2.1% and eyelid disorders 1.7%. Cataract was present in1.3%, and keratopathy1.1%. Other conditions such as episcleritis, dry eye, vitamin A deficiency and posterior segment disease were also present in decreasing order. Systemic association were few with generalised body atopy in 0.3%. Conclusion: The prevalence of AC was 32% and is similar to what pertains in some of the African hospital studies

  20. Entrevista con José Luis Peset.

    - Consejo de Redacción

    1994-01-01

    Full Text Available Médico e historiador, José Luis Peset se ha formado en las Universidades de Valencia y Salamanca, donde se doctoró, y es, desde hace años, Profesor de investigación del Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas de Madrid. De hecho, encabeza el Departamento de Historia de la Ciencia inserto en el Centro de Estudios Históricos del CSIC. Ha impulsado numerosos proyectos de investigación (es asesor del Fondo de Investigaciones Sanitarias del Ministerio correspondiente, participando en numerosas reuniones internacionales, en Europa o en América. Peset es uno de los más importantes historiadores de la ciencia españoles del presente; pero sus estudios, especialmente preocupados por la Ilustración, desbordan su campo de estudio estricto, dado su planteamiento cultural y crítico de amplia mirada. De ahí que se le reconozca como un representante de la mejor historiografía española. Ha publicado muy diversos trabajos, muchos de ellos en colaboración con Mariano Peset, entre los que cabe destacar: El reformismo de Carlos III y la Universidad de Salamanca; La Universidad española (siglos XVIII y XIX; Gregorio Mayáns y la reforma universitaria, tres libros unidos temáticamente; Muerte en España, un escrito incomparable en nuestra historiografía; Lombrasa y la escuela positivista italiana; Ciencia y marginación y también Ciencia y libertad, dos estudios clave, centrados en Italia, Inglaterra o América, sobre las repercusiones sociales de la difusión de la ciencia. También ha coordinado obras de conjunto como Enfermedad y castigo; La ciencia moderna y el Nuevo Mundo; Carlos 111 y la ciencia de la Ilustración; Ciencia, vida y espacio en Iberoamérica. En su último escrito, Las heridas de la ciencia, aparecido en 1993, gira en tomo a Philippe Pinel, analizando los efectos tan dispares de la «nueva medicina de las almas».

  1. VEM-opbrengst mais neemt toe : Interview met Jos Groten

    Thelosen, Jos; Groten, J.A.M.

    2009-01-01

    De vooruitgang in voederwaarde van de maïsrassen bedraagt gemiddeld 2,25 procent per jaar. Vooral een hogere drogestofopbrengst en de betere verteerbaarheid van celwanden zijn daar volgens maïsdeskundige Jos Groten debet aan. Het belang van veredeling en onderzoek aan maïs voor veehouders is groot

  2. JOS KUIPERS 30-04-1956 07-03-2002

    2002-01-01

    The tree that has been plantedin the memory of Jos near building 892 in Prévessin. We are missing our colleague and friend. We are grateful for all your help, support, messages and presence at the ceremony for Jos in Geneva. This has brought consolation to our family. The Kuipers Family   Many of you contributed to the Turkana Education Fund in memory of Jos. Here is an excerpt of the message we received from the coordinator of the fund: The Turkana area, in the north of Kenya in a region where people are Essentially nomads and pastoralists, recurrently suffering from severe drought conditions. The locals cannot afford the fees for education at the secondary level. One of the main supporters of the fund was Jos Kuipers. His words to me were, 'if you have any unfilled sponsorships or if people have left without finishing their sponsorships, then call on me and I'll fill the gap.' This he has done since I took over the administration 4 years ago, and in addition in 2001 he donated 4000CHF...

  3. José Bernardo : kas nahakunst on olemas? / Maarja Undusk

    Undusk, Maarja

    1998-01-01

    Augustis Eestis viibinud mehhiko nahakunstnikust José Maria Bernardo Sappiast, tema loomingust. Nahakunstist maailmas. Eesti nahakunstnike rahvusvahelisse naha-ellu lülitumise võimalustest. Nahaeriala entusiastidest maailmas: portugaallasest Franklin Pereirast, kes alustas ajakirja "The Leather Times" väljaandmist ja Hamburgis tegutsevast Rene Berendsist, Karu galerii omanikust, kes andis välja kataloogi "Leder Gilde"

  4. El escultor José Mateo Larrauri, su etapa gallega

    Martínez Aured, Victoria

    2009-01-01

    José Mateo Larrauri fue un asiduo protagonista de la vida cultural de Galicia antes, e incluso después, de su traslado a Zaragoza como profesor de la Escuela de Artes y Oficios. Este artículo pretende recuperar su labor y ofrecer una visión general acerca de su producción en su tierra natal.

  5. [Embryology and "official science": the contribution of the anatomical school of José Escolar to embryology during the first Francoism (1939-1959)].

    Velasco Morgado, Raúl

    2015-01-01

    In this paper, we analyse the contribution of the anatomical school of José Escolar (1913-1998) to embryology during the first two decades of the Francoist dictatorship. Special attention is paid to the process by which the Spanish group, with the support of the new Superior National Research Council, made contact with the German morphology being developed by Hugo Spatz (1888-1979) at the Max Planck-Institut für Hirnforschung. Our study reveals the numerous influences that finally led to the anatomy and embryology of Escolar. In Spain, we found a direct influence of the Gegenbaurian morphology of Gumersindo Sánchez Guisande (1894-1976) and the neuroanatomy of Juan José Barcia Goyanes (1901-2003), full of references to studies by Braus. International contacts of the "Escolarian group", first with North America and then with Germany, created a homogeneous group with a single anatomy (functional and ontophylogenetic) but with so many research interests that subspecialisations had to be developed. An important embryological work resulted from an intense relationship with the German anatomical community during the 1950s. Escolar worked in this field on the development of the amygdala and allocortex, Fernando Reinoso studied the embryology of the diencephalon and Smith Victor Agreda, along with the German scientist Rudolf Diepen, made some important discoveries on the development of the hypothalamic-pituitary system. PMID:26012340

  6. El monasterio de San José: población conventual y vinculaciones sociales del Carmelo Descalzo en el Tucumán (1790- 1806

    González Fasani, Ana Mónica

    2010-12-01

    Full Text Available On May 7, 1628 was born in the city of Cordoba on Tucuman the Carmelite monastery of St. Joseph. Its founder and patron, Juan Tejeda, belonging to one of the most distinguished families in society Cordoba, endowed with money, slaves, lands and their two daughters. In the late eighteenth century were living inside the monastery with the austerity and piety that it was born. Vocations successive without decrease and the wake of Trento still marking the course.

    El 7 de mayo de 1628 nacía en la ciudad de Córdoba del Tucumán el monasterio carmelita de San José. Su patrono y fundador, Juan de Tejeda, perteneciente a una de las familias más distinguidas de la sociedad cordobesa, lo dotó con bienes materiales e ingresaron en èl sus dos hijas. A finales del siglo XVIII dentro del monasterio se vivía con la austeridad y la piedad que lo vio nacer. Las vocaciones se sucedían sin mengua y, la estela de Trento seguía marcando el rumbo.

  7. José Régio e a moda

    Morais-Alexandre, Paulo

    2002-01-01

    Qual foi a relação de José Régio com a moda? Dos indícios documentais biográficos, releva uma relação com a indumentária pessoal muito sóbria, muito menos preocupada que a de outros escritores, mas igualmente longe do desleixo. Na sua obra, as descrições de vestuário e as referências à moda são parcas e multo limitadas e nem mesmo a excepção de ter escrito um conto sobre um vestido questiona uma atitude geral de alheamento e desinteresse. ABSTRACT - What was the relationship between José R...

  8. 75 FR 51098 - Protection Island and San Juan Islands National Wildlife Refuges, Jefferson, Island, San Juan...

    2010-08-18

    ... Register on August 14, 2007 (72 FR 45444), announcing our intent to complete a CCP/EA and inviting public... natural processes to occur with minimal human intervention; monitoring wildlife species; and working with... Fish and Wildlife Service Protection Island and San Juan Islands National Wildlife Refuges,...

  9. Una Visita al Viejo San Juan (A Visit to Old San Juan).

    Cabello, Victor; And Others

    Written in Spanish, this black and white illustrated booklet provides a tour of Old San Juan, Puerto Rico's oldest and most historic city. Brief historical information is provided on the Perro de San Jeronimo, a statue of a barking dog found in front of the Castillo; Plaza de Colon, a small plaza dedicated to Christopher Columbus; the Catedral de…

  10. Chinanteco de San Juan Lealao, Oaxaca (Chinantec of San Juan Lealao, Oaxaca).

    Mexico Coll. (Mexico City)

    This document is one of 17 volumes on indigenous Mexican languages and is the result of a project undertaken by the Archivo de Lenguas Indigenas de Mexico. This volume contains information on Chinantec, an indigenous language of Mexico spoken in San Juan Lealao, in the state of Oaxaca. The objective of collecting such a representative sampling of…

  11. Trique de San Juan Copala, Oaxaca (Trique of San Juan Copala, Oaxaca).

    Mexico Coll. (Mexico City)

    This document is one of 17 volumes on indigenous Mexican languages and is the result of a project undertaken by the Archivo de Lenguas Indigenas de Mexico. This volume contains information on Trique, an indigenous language of Mexico spoken in San Juan Copala, in the state of Oaxaca. The objective of collecting such a representative sampling of the…

  12. Juan's Dilemma: A New Twist on the Old Lemon Battery

    Hunt, Vanessa; Sorey, Timothy; Balandova, Evguenia; Palmquist, Bruce

    2010-01-01

    When life hands you lemons, make a battery! In this article, the authors describe an activity they refer to as "Juan's Dilemma," an extension of the familiar lemon-battery activity (Goodisman 2001). Juan's Dilemma integrates oxidation and reduction chemistry with circuit theory in a fun, real-world exercise. The authors designed this activity for…

  13. Juan L. Ortiz: primeros diálogos

    Páez, Roxana

    1997-01-01

    Emergencia, contextualización y diferencia de la poética de Juan L. Ortiz. El intertexto de lo que Julia Kristeva considera la primera vanguardia o vanguardia de fin de siglo, de los poetas argentinos posmodernistas, de Juan Ramón Jimenez. Vinculaciones del impresionismo de Ortiz, a través del simbolismo, el modernismo y el sencillismo.

  14. El microrrelato en Hispanoamérica: dos hitos para una historiografía / nuevas prácticas de escritura y de lectura

    José Luis Fernández Pérez

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available El presente trabajo intenta establecer algunos puntos de inflexión en el desarrollo del microrrelato en nuestro continente, considerando el aporte de productores y antologadores como agentes de mediación cultural. Para ello, el artículo se detiene a examinar el trabajo antológico de 1953 de Jorge Luis Borges y Adolfo Bioy Casares Cuentos breves y extraordinarios, así como una producción autorial de Juan José Arreola -la serie textual "Prosodia", integrada en Confabulario total (1941-1961- como hitos decisivos en la construcción genérica del microcuento, cuya impronta ha marcado de manera decisiva a este formato narrativo como modelo de escritura y de recepción.The article aims to establish some turning point in the development of short short story in our continent, considering the contribution of producers and anthologators as agents of social mediation. To this end, the article examines the anthologic work of Jorge Luis Borges of 1953 and Adolfo Bioy Casares Cuentos breves y extraordinarios, along with an authoring work of Juan José Arreóla -the textual series Prosodia integrated into Confabulario total (1941-1961- as crucial highlight in the generic construction of the short-short-story, where imprint has profoundly marked this narrative format as model of witting and reception.

  15. Programa educativo del Infante D. Juan Manuel

    Sánchez, Marciano

    2010-01-01

    RESUMEN: Si hemos de creer al Prólogo-Dedicatoria, el infante D. JUAN MANUEL parece que se sentía muy preocupado por los problemas de su tiempo, hasta el punto de que le hacían «perder el dormir». Como terapia contra este insomnio utilizaba el leer y escribir. En consecuencia, si el origen de este Libro del cauallero et del escudero, calificado por Díaz Plaja como «curiosa enciclopedia didáctica de su tiempo», hay que buscarlo en las noches de insomnio que padecía en Sevilla, es lícito conclu...

  16. Juan Gregorio Palechor: historia de mi vida

    Jimeno Santoyo, Myriam

    2006-01-01

    Juan Gregorio Palechor fue un líder indígena que dedicó su vida a reivindicar los derechos de su comunidad, participando activamente en organismos como el CRIC (Consejo Regional Indígena del Cauca) y desarrollando programas educativos que beneficiaron ampliamente a la comunidad indígena del Cauca. La historia de la vida de Palechor se presenta al lector en la forma de una autobiografía, elaborada desde sus mismas experiencias entretejidas en el diálogo constante con la antropóloga Myriam Jime...

  17. Monitoring communication with patients: analyzing judgments of satisfaction (JOS).

    Wagner-Menghin, Michaela; de Bruin, Anique; van Merriënboer, Jeroen J G

    2016-08-01

    Medical students struggle to put into practice communication skills learned in medical school. In order to improve our instructional designs, better insight into the cause of this lack of transfer is foundational. We therefore explored students' cognitions by soliciting self-evaluations of their history-taking skills, coined 'judgments of satisfaction (JOSs)'. Our cognitive-psychological approach was guided by Koriat's cue-utilization framework (J Exp Psychol Gen 126:349-370. doi: 10.1037/0096-3445.126.4.349 , 1997) which rests on the assumption that internal and external cues inform learners' metacognitive judgments, which, in turn, steer their actions. Judgments based on unsuitable cues will cause ineffective behavior. Consequently, students are unable to adequately master these skills or properly apply them in similar situations. For the analysis, we had 524 medical undergraduates select scenes they were satisfied or dissatisfied with from their video-recorded simulated-patient encounters and explain why. Twenty transcripts were sampled for directed content analysis. We found that approximately one-third of students' judgments focused on content (JOS-type-a); about half on the quality of the communication skills (JOS-type-b); and about ten percent targeted the appropriateness of the skills harnessed (JOS-type-c). This lack of reflection on appropriateness may explain why students experience problems adapting to new situations. It was primarily high-performance students who formed type-c judgments; poor performers tended to give type-a and type-b judgments. Future research would benefit from the use of our modified version of Koriat's framework in order to further explore how high and poor performing medical students differ in the way they form JOSs during communications skills training. PMID:26443084

  18. Acciones ciudadanas en defensa del Centro Jos?? Guerrero

    Guill??n Marcos, Esperanza

    2010-01-01

    Este texto resume las acciones emprendidas por una plataforma, de iniciativa civil, en defensa del mantenimiento en la ciudad de Granada del Centro Jos?? Guerrero, cuya permanencia est?? en peligro por la decisi??n unilateral de la Diputaci??n de Granada de crear una ???Fundaci??n granadina de Arte Contempor??neo???, luego aprobada con el nombre de FNEO, y de estructura meramente pol??tica, que pretend??a privar de su autonom??a al centro. Liquidado este importante espacio de debate art??stic...

  19. José Mourinho, The special one: A pedagogical case

    Cardoso, João Filipe Dias

    2014-01-01

    The purpose of this work is to create a case to reflect about the leadership role of José Mourinho in Real Madrid CF, considering his successful background experiences in FC Porto, Chelsea FC and FC Inter. The case is based on the failure of the Special One in Real Madrid CF. This paper is mainly focused in the leadership process, charismatic leadership and contingency theory of leadership. Moreover it is intended to introduce concepts about the influence of leaders in the organizational cult...

  20. José Fuentes Mares, un historiador adelantado

    Jorge Herrera Velasco

    2011-01-01

    Se trata de una valoración de la obra historiográfica de José Fuentes Mares. El material de trabajo está constituido por los cuatro libros que escribió acerca de Benito Juárez y tres textos más donde expresó sus conceptos sobre teoría y filosofía de la historia. El punto de partida es el análisis de ocho de los elementos que caracterizaron su labor historiadora: conciencia de la propia historicidad, dinámica interpretativa, actitud sobre esencialismos, humanización de la historia, estilo narr...

  1. José Revueltas: The Moral Voice of Dissent

    José Antonio Aguilar Rivera

    2015-01-01

    This work presents an analysis of the intellectual and political legacy of José Revueltas in an attempt to properly assess the relevance of his thought and work. This can be elucidated through his literary and political work as an heterodox communist, who always placed words before weapons, although he toyed with the idea of violence as the midwife of History and defended its revolutionary role. His time in prison as well as his differences with the Soviet Union and the Mexican Communist Part...

  2. José Montenegro: Farm Operations Director, Rural Development Center

    Farmer, Ellen

    2010-01-01

    José Montenegro grew up in Providencia, a small farming community in the state of Durango, Mexico. As a child, he was troubled by the impoverishment of rural life in his community. He studied agronomy in Mexico in 1988, and despite sadness about leaving his homeland, decided to emigrate to the United States. This oral history focuses on Montenegro’s period as farm operations director of the organic farming training program at the Rural Development Center (RDC). Located on a 110-acre farm eig...

  3. La obra literaria de José Luis Aguirre

    Ayora del Olmo, Amparo

    2003-01-01

    Esta tesis se propone el estudio de la obra del escritor José Luis Aguirre.Con tal propósito, se tiene en cuenta su trayectoria biográfica y literaria, la evolución de la narrativa española desde mediados de los 50, época en la que el autor inició su carrera literaria, hasta la actualidad, tratando de relacionarlo con la generación del medio siglo y señalando su conexión con el ambiente cultural valenciano de postguerra. A continuación, analizamos su obra: novelas, teatro, guiones para tel...

  4. Programa educativo del Infante D. Juan Manuel

    Marciano SÁNCHEZ

    2010-03-01

    Full Text Available RESUMEN: Si hemos de creer al Prólogo-Dedicatoria, el infante D. JUAN MANUEL parece que se sentía muy preocupado por los problemas de su tiempo, hasta el punto de que le hacían «perder el dormir». Como terapia contra este insomnio utilizaba el leer y escribir. En consecuencia, si el origen de este Libro del cauallero et del escudero, calificado por Díaz Plaja como «curiosa enciclopedia didáctica de su tiempo», hay que buscarlo en las noches de insomnio que padecía en Sevilla, es lícito concluir que los temas educativos constituían una preocupación para el Infante. Si bien no es tanto un tratado sistemático de educación cuanto una «fabliella» —género literario de la época que funde lo novelesco y lo didáctico— da pautas suficientes para, de una parte, deducir cuál sería el método de educación imperante entre los nobles junto con sus principales contenidos educativos, y, de otra, inferir el sistema ideal para don Juan Manuel.

  5. Juan Antonio Rubio Rodriguez (1944 – 2010)

    His colleagues and friends

    2010-01-01

    It was with deep sorrow and great sadness that we learnt that Juan Antonio Rubio Rodriguez had passed away on 16th January 2010. Juan Antonio was born in Madrid on 4th June 1944, and received his Ph. D. in Physics in 1971 from“Universidad Complutense de Madrid”. He was a CERN Fellow (1968 – 1971) and subsequently worked at JEN (currently CIEMAT) as a researcher (1971 – 1976). He was leader of the HEP group (1977 – 1981), leader of the Nuclear and Particle Physics Division (1981 – 1983), Director for Basic Research (1983 – 1987) and Scientific Director (1984 – 1987). He was instrumental in the Spanish accession to CERN approved by the Spanish Government at the end of 1982 and ratified by the Spanish Parliament in June 1983. He served at CERN (1987 – 2004) as Group Leader (1987 – 1990), Scientific Advisor to the Director-General (1990 – 2000) and as Division Leader of the Education and Technology T...

  6. ¿Hay humor en Juan Montalvo?

    Juan Valdano

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available Este ensayo analiza la prosa panfletaria de Juan Montalvo desde el punto de vista del humor. Montalvo, además de dedicar muchas páginas a disertar sobre la risa, buscó con frecuencia insertar efectos humorísticos en su estilo, encaminados a ridiculizar a sus enemigos políticos. ¿Hasta qué punto un autor eminentemente moralista, un libelista cáustico como Montalvo, que echa mano del insulto, la burla y el sarcasmo, puede considerarse un humorista? Para comprender esta ambigüedad entre un Montalvo solemne y otro burlón, entre un Montalvo austero y otro irónico se analizan aquí ciertos recursos literarios que utiliza este autor y con los que provoca efectos que lindan con lo humorístico.This work analyses Juan Montalvo's pamphlet prose from a humorous perspective. To what extent can an eminently caustic moralist author as Montalvo, who uses insult, mockery and sarcasm, be considered a humorist? In order to understand this ambiguity between a solemn Montalvo and a Mocking one, between an austere and an ironic one, certain resources used by the author are analysed, resources that border on humour.

  7. To José Pereira Lages, our friend and colleague

    2005-01-01

    It was with great sadness that we learnt of the accidental demise of our colleague, José Pereira Lages, whilst he was transporting equipment for the LHC. José was the team leader for the LHC's general services at points 1 and 8, working on behalf of the firm DBS Transports. Determined and receptive, always ready to help those around him, he always did his best in his work. His smile, his kindness and his professionalism made him somebody who was unanimously appreciated, whether it was by his colleagues at DBS, his colleagues at CERN or any of the CERN users that he encountered. He leaves behind a large gap in our midst and we will all miss him. We will be reminded of his smile in this picture from the last issue of the Bulletin, taken to celebrate his win in the French Championships for fork-lift truck unloading. It was only a few days ago that we were so happy and proud of him, looking forward, in our minds, to the future competitions that lay ahead. We share the grief of his family and all his friend...

  8. Model Simulations of Waves in Hurricane Juan

    Perrie, W.; Toulany, B.; Padilla-Hernandez, R.; Hu, Y.; Smith, P.; Zhang, W.; Zou, Q.; Ren, X.

    2004-05-01

    Hurricane Juan made landfall at 0300 UTC near Halifax Nova Scotia. This was a category 2 hurricane with winds of 44 m/s, the largest storm to pass over these coastal areas in several decades. Associated high ocean waves were experienced in coastal waters, from Peggy's Cove to Sheet Harbour, growing to epic proportions on the Scotian Shelf, and exceeding the 100-year return wave based on the present climatology. As part of the GoMOOS program (Gulf of Maine Ocean Observing System, www.gomoos.org), winds from the USA Navy COAMPS (Coupled Ocean Atmosphere Model Prediction System) were used to evaluate and compare three widely-used third generation numerical wave models, SWAN, WAM and WaveWatch-III (hereafter WW3) for accuracy, with in situ measurements. Model comparisons consist of a set of composite model systems, respectively nesting WAM, WW3 and SWAN in WAM and WW3. We report results from the intermediate-resolution grid for Hurricane Juan. Wave measurements were made using four operational deep-water buoys (C44258, C44142, C44137, 44005), by a conventional directional wave rider (DWR) moored offshore from Lunenburg Bay, and also by two acoustic Doppler current profiler (ADCP) located (1) near an oil rig on Sable Island Bank, in relatively shallow water, and (2) near the outer boundary of Lunenburg Bay. We discuss the reliability of DWR wave data compared to ADCP wave data. We show that all models provide reliable hindcasts for significant wave height (Hs) and for peak period (Tp) for Juan, although a clear under-estimation of Hs at the peak of the storm is evident, compared to observations. A feature in the COAMPS storm simulation is that the storm track appears to be slightly to the east of that of Quikscat scatterometer data. Comparisons between models and 2-dimensional wave spectra are presented. Preliminary results suggest that the recently released upgrade to the WW3 model shows slightly enhanced skill compared to the other models.

  9. Un San Juan Bautista firmado por Juan Simón Gutiérrez

    Requena Bravo de Laguna, José Luis

    2003-12-01

    Full Text Available El conocimiento de la pintura sevillana de la segunda mitad del siglo XVII supone uno de los grandes retos de nuestra historiografía artística. Efectivamente, el amplio abanico de discípulos e imitadores del arte de Murillo necesita una profunda revisión metodológica que sepa clarificar la nada fácil tarea de aislar las distintas personalidades que constituyen este importante grupo de artistas. En este sentido la personalidad de Juan Simón Gutiérrez (h. 1634-1724 continua siendo bastante confusa si bien con algunos interrogantes se le van atribuyendo ciertas obras que puedan responder al todavía escaso conocimiento de su estilo frente al amplio grupo de pintores pertenecientes a la escuela de Murillo. Este inédito San Juan Bautista predicando en el desierto (fig. 1, firmado por Juan Simón Gutiérrez (figs. 2-3 procedente de una colección cordobesa…

  10. 78 FR 19103 - Safety Zone; Spanish Navy School Ship San Sebastian El Cano Escort; Bahia de San Juan; San Juan, PR

    2013-03-29

    ... Acronyms DHS Department of Homeland Security FR Federal Register NPRM Notice of Proposed Rulemaking A... the safety zone unless authorized by the Captain of the Port San Juan or a designated representative... held on the waters of Bahia de San Juan, San Juan, Puerto Rico of the Spanish Navy School Ship...

  11. Perfil biográfico del canonista Juan Josef Alfranca y Castellote (1754-1817, rector del colegio de Bolonia

    Astorgano Abajo, Antonio

    2009-06-01

    Full Text Available Juan Jose Alfranca y Castellote (Zaragoza, 8.III.1754 – Cuevas de Cañart [Teruel], 1817 of nobleman origin, doctor in canon laws by the universities of Zaragoza and Bolonia, wassuccesfully, schoolboy and rector of Saint Clement school for Spaniards in Bolonia (1780,1788, Mayor of crime in the courthouse of Seville, listener and one of the foundersof the Royal Courthouse of Extremadura (1791, and doctoral canon and then ecclesiastical governor of the Teruel diocese during the French invasion (1812. In this essay, the stages of his vital road are highlighted, as well as the features of his personality which are characterized by his uprightness and deep law knowledge and by his reformist and well educated atitude, as he made clear in the cross-examination to the Llerena Perty (1791.Juan José Alfranca y Castellote (Zaragoza, 8.III.54 – ¿Cuevas de Cañart? [Teruel], 1817, de origen infanzón, doctor en Cánones por las universidades de Zaragoza y Bolonia, fue sucesivamente, colegial y rector del Colegio de San Clemente de Españoles de Bolonia (1780-1788, alcalde del crimen de la Audiencia de Sevilla, oidor y uno de los fundadores de la Real Audiencia de Extremadura (1791 y canónigo doctoral y gobernador eclesiástico de la diócesis de Teruel durante la ocupación francesa (1812. En el presente trabajo se ponen de relieve las etapas de su trayectoria vital, así como los rasgos de su personalidad, caracterizada por su rectitud y profundos conocimientos jurídicos, y por su actitud reformista e ilustrada, como puso de manifiesto en el Interrogatorio del Partido de Llerena (1791.

  12. San Juan, Puerto Rico Tsunami Forecast Grids for MOST Model

    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — The San Juan, Puerto Rico Forecast Model Grids provides bathymetric data strictly for tsunami inundation modeling with the Method of Splitting Tsunami (MOST) model....

  13. Strait of Juan de Fuca 6 arc-second DEM

    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — The 6-second Strait of Juan de Fuca Washington Elevation Grid provides bathymetric data in ASCII raster format of 6-second resolution in geographic coordinates....

  14. Strait of Juan de Fuca 36 arc-second DEM

    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — The 36-second Strait of Juan de Fuca Washington Elevation Grid provides bathymetric data in ASCII raster format of 36-second resolution in geographic coordinates....

  15. Strait of Juan de Fuca 1 arc-second DEM

    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — The 1-second Strait of Juan de Fuca Washington Elevation Grid provides bathymetric data in ASCII raster format of 1-second resolution in geographic coordinates....

  16. Nuevas obras de Luis y José Salvador Carmona

    Castro, Juan Nicolau

    2002-12-01

    Full Text Available Hace unos años publicábamos un artículo sobre un grupo de esculturas de José Salvador Carmona aún existentes o procedentes del convento de San Miguel de las Victorias de la villa de Priego en la provincia de Cuenca. Del conjunto existía una descripción del Padre Pedro Cruz Ocaña redactada antes de su dispersión y en el momento de realizar el trabajo nos encontramos con el hecho de que dos de las figuras del inventario no estaban en el pueblo y nada nos supieron decir sobre su paradero. En una visita a la Catedral de Cuenca tuvimos la sorpresa de encontrarlas en las dependencias del museo catedralicio. Las esculturas localizadas ahora son un San Pascual Bailón y un San Francisco de Asís recibiendo los estigmas....

  17. José Luis Hidalgo, poeta de los muertos

    Román GARCÍA-CAMINO MATEOS

    2009-11-01

    Full Text Available RESUMEN: La figura de José Luis Hidalgo (Torres, 1919-Madrid, 1947, poeta y pintor, ha de tomar un nuevo relieve como representante de una generación de autores montañeses que surgió en torno a los años cuarenta. Destaca en su breve obra, al igual que su corta pero intensa vida, la extrema sensibilidad de su poesía en el uso de imágenes, metáforas que acercan sus versos hacia el terreno de lo plástico y sensorial. Las preocupaciones son de profunda raigambre existencialista, al ser nuestro poeta un joven lector de pensadores como Nietzsche, Schopenhauer o Unamuno; es con este último con el que guarda una ineludible afinidad de ideas. La búsqueda que emprende José Luis Hidalgo hacia la verdad se sitúa dentro de una metafísica trascendente y una vertiente religiosa muy significativa, en un diálogo sincero y directo con Dios. Contrasta la sencillez formal de su poesía con el complejo sistema simbólico de elementos naturales, espacios... en los que se mueve dentro del marco fluctuante entre la tradición y la vanguardia; encontramos resonancias que nos llevan desde el romanticismo becqueriano, pasando por el simbolismo, hasta los movimientos vanguardistas —sobre todo el surrealismo— y el grupo poético del 27. La obra de Los muertos supone un momento culmen del dilatado periodo de posguerra.ABSTRACT: The literary figure of José Luis Hidalgo (Torres, 1919-Madrid, 1947, both a poet and a painter, achieves renown once more as a representative of a generation of writers from Cantabria (in the north of Spain which came to light around the 1940's. His work, as brief as his short but intense life, is remarkable for the great feeling of his poetry in the use of imagery and metaphors, which draw his verse near the domain of the vivid and sensorial. His concerns have deep existentialist roots; as a young man the poet was a devoted reader of great thinkers such as Nietzsche, Schopenhauer or Unamuno; it is the latter with whom he has an

  18. José Martí y la ciencia

    José Suárez Lezcano

    2015-01-01

    Nuestro José Martí, ejemplo de una formación humanística integral, escribió en una carta a María Mantilla:”Donde yo encuentro poesía mayor es en los libros de ciencia…” Martí vio la ciencia como un fenómeno social y consideró que el desarrollo científico técnico debía estar en función de la satisfacción de las necesidades de las grandes mayorías. Su sistemática voluntad  de cultivarse, de tratar de entender al mundo y no sólo de vivirlo, de razonarlo, fue el motor principal que llevaría a Ma...

  19. José Revueltas: The Moral Voice of Dissent

    José Antonio Aguilar Rivera

    2015-07-01

    Full Text Available This work presents an analysis of the intellectual and political legacy of José Revueltas in an attempt to properly assess the relevance of his thought and work. This can be elucidated through his literary and political work as an heterodox communist, who always placed words before weapons, although he toyed with the idea of violence as the midwife of History and defended its revolutionary role. His time in prison as well as his differences with the Soviet Union and the Mexican Communist Party influenced his marxist outlook and provided him with a different set of answers to the questions posed by the failures of the October Revolution. Cognitive democracy, a concept developed by Revueltas and alienation theory (in which capitalist society affects not only the working classes but every manifestation of human life constitute his legacy. His life is also a cautionary tale about religious commitment and politics.

  20. Protection Island and San Juan Islands National Wildlife Refuges: Comprehensive Conservation Plan and San Juan Islands Wilderness Stewardship Plan

    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This Comprehensive Conservation Plan (CCP) was written to guide management on Protection Island and San Juan Islands NWRs for the next 15 years. This plan outlines...

  1. Abdominal injuries in communal crises: The Jos experience

    Emmanuel Olorundare Ojo

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available Background: Abdominal injuries contribute significantly to battlefield trauma morbidity and mortality. This study sought to determine the incidence, demographics, clinical features, spectrum, severity, management, and outcome of abdominal trauma during a civilian conflict. Materials and Methods: A prospective analysis of patients treated for abdominal trauma during the Jos civil crises between December 2010 and May 2012 at the Jos University Teaching Hospital. Results: A total of 109 victims of communal conflicts with abdominal injuries were managed during the study period with 89 (81.7% males and 20 (18.3% females representing about 12.2% of the total 897 combat related injuries. The peak age incidence was between 21 and 40 years (range: 3–71 years. The most frequently injured intra-abdominal organs were the small intestine 69 (63.3%, colon 48 (44%, and liver 41 (37.6%. Forty-four (40.4% patients had extra-abdominal injuries involving the chest in 17 (15.6%, musculoskeletal 12 (11%, and the head in 9 (8.3%. The most prevalent weapon injuries were gunshot 76 (69.7%, explosives 12 (11%, stab injuries 11 (10.1%, and blunt abdominal trauma 10 (9.2%. The injury severity score varied from 8 to 52 (mean: 20.8 with a fatality rate of 11 (10.1% and morbidity rate of 29 (26.6%. Presence of irreversible shock, 3 or more injured intra-abdominal organs, severe head injuries, and delayed presentation were the main factors associated with mortality. Conclusion: Abdominal trauma is major life-threatening injuries during conflicts. Substantial mortality occurred with loss of nearly one in every 10 hospitalized victims despite aggressive emergency room resuscitation. The resources expenditure, propensity for death and expediency of timing reinforce the need for early access to the wounded in a concerted trauma care systems.

  2. Las Silvas de Juan Lorenzo Palmireno

    Lee, Lilith

    2006-12-01

    Full Text Available This paper examines the works titled Silva by Juan Lorenzo Palmireno. The analysis of these texts sheds light on Palmireno’s understanding of the word and its possible implications in the sixteenth century. The study identifies an interpretation of silva as a way of writing different from his predecessor, Pedro Mexía, who first used it to title his work Silva de varia lección twenty years ago. The lack of any intention to arrange its structure gives these silvas the characteristic of a literary draft, a feature derived from one of the meanings of silva inherited from the Classical Age. Moreover, Palmireno’s works reveal an encyclopedic project of which the miscellany (represented by silva forms a part. Furthermore, the silvas of Palmireno act as a transition to the later development of silva as a genre, which finds its educational objective being taken over gradually by the anxiety to provide entertainment.El artículo examina las obras tituladas Silva de Juan Lorenzo Palmireno. El análisis de estos textos deja constancia de cómo el humanista entiende la palabra y sus implicaciones en el siglo XVI. El estudio identifica una interpretación de silva como una manera de escribir distinta de su predecesor, Pedro Mexía, quien veinte años antes la utilizó para nombrar a su obra Silva de varia lección. La falta de la intención en ordenar los textos les otorga a las silvas palmirenianas la característica de un borrador literario, uno de los significados de la silva desde la Edad Clásica. Además, las obras del humanista aragonés muestra su proyecto enciclopédico del autor que integra la miscelánea (representada por la silva como una parte. Estas silvas también actúan como la transición para el desarrollo de la silva como género que encuentra su objetivo educacional sustituido gradualmente por la finalidad de ofrecer entretenimiento.

  3. Marketingová kampaň Josého Cury

    HUSÁROVÁ, Iva

    2012-01-01

    My thesis is aimed at marketing campaign concerning the concert of José Cura organized within 19th International Musical Festival Český Krumlov and also at cultural marketing. The thesis is separated in practical and theoretical part. The theoretical part is specialized in cultural marketing and proceeds from findings of expert literature and information gathered from internet resources. The practical part deals with making of marketing campaign for concert of José Cura getting the data from ...

  4. TITLE: José Antonio Muñoz Rojas and Pedro Espinosa: The Sentiment of Nature in Las cosas del campo. TÍTULO: José Antonio Muñoz Rojas y Pedro Espinosa: el sentimiento de la naturaleza en Las cosas del campo

    Juan Luis Hernández Mirón

    2010-03-01

    Full Text Available ABSTRACT: The fascination that certain poets of the Generación del 36, José Antonio Muñoz Rojas (1909-2009 among them, held for certain figures of the Siglo de Oro, such as Juan de Jaúregui, Francisco de Rioja and Pedro Soto de Rojas, has prompted us to make a analysis of the importance attention given by Muñoz Rojas to the work of 17th century fellow poet Pedro Espinosa (1570-1650, also from Antequera. Such importance is evident in the work that he produced, mainly as a literature researcher and critic in the nineteen-fifties, but also in his own work as an author. Therefore, we analyze the poetic influences of Espinosa in Las cosas del campo, a work written between 1946 and 1947, during Muñoz Rojas’ last years in Andalusia before he took up residence in Madrid at the outset of the fifties. Furthermore, and specifically, we make an in-depth study of the parallelisms we find: insofar as the treatment afforded to Nature and certain features of style. RESUMEN: El interés que los poetas de la generación del 36 y, entre ellos, José Antonio Muñoz Rojas (1909-2009, prestaron a algunas figuras del Siglo de Oro como Juan de Jáuregui, Francisco de Rioja y Pedro Soto de Rojas, nos lleva a analizar la atención que el poeta antequerano presta a otro poeta paisano del siglo XVII, a Pedro Espinosa (1578-1650, en primer lugar, en su labor de investigación y de crítica literaria, desempeñada fundamentalmente en la década de los cincuenta, y en su propia obra literaria. Estudiamos, por este motivo, la huella poética de Espinosa en Las cosas del campo, una obra escrita entre 1946 y 1947, en los últimos años vividos por el poeta en Andalucía antes de iniciar la nueva etapa madrileña al comienzo de los cincuenta; nos detenemos, especialmente, en los paralelismos que presentan: en el tratamiento de la Naturaleza y en los rasgos de estilo.

  5. Tres lecciones de tinieblas, de José Ángel Valente: naturaleza musical, claves de poética e implicaciones simbólicas

    Francisco Javier Escobar Borrego

    2012-06-01

    Full Text Available This work offers a study of the musical characterization of Tres lecciones de tinieblas (1980 by José Ángel Valente (1929-2000. This is done, first, by the analysis of poetic keys provided by the author in various texts (interviews, essays, speeches, diary ... so, subsequently, identify the sources of the poems, whether musical –from Gregorian chant to Webern, Boulez or Schenker–, literary (Gonzalo de Berceo, etc., philosophical (Miguel de Molinos ... In all models presented excels, in particular, the assimilation by Valente of the genre of Leçons Ténèbres –especially Couperin and Charpentier–, as well as of the tradition of Spanish Golden age, with echoes of Tomás Luis de Victoria, Quevedo and his Lágrimas de Hieremías castellanas, the “silent music” of San Juan de la Cruz or the “musical poetry” of Gongora, among other flagship references. Finally, given the complex nature generic of Tres lecciones, we study with special attention, in short, both the Pythagorean symbolism as the musical properties of the letters-numbers to conclude with some notes on the poetics of the fragment.

  6. From surfaces to magnetic properties: special section dedicated to Juan Rojo

    Mascaraque, A.; Rodríguez de la Fuente, O.; González-Barrio, Miguel A.

    2013-12-01

    Surface physics and magnetism, in particular the connection between surface defects, reduced dimensionality or size, crystal structure, electronic density of states and the mechanical and magnetic properties of solids, were always at the core of Juan Rojo's scientific interest and output. Both fields seem to meet at the nanoscale, a privileged playing field which is ideal for testing theoretical concepts, exploring new physics or probing a wealth of new, stunning and unheard-of applications. Upon reducing size or dimensionality, either in bulk systems or in thin films, surfaces and surface effects are telling. Thus, for instance, an ultra-thin coating can make nanoparticles of non-magnetic materials exhibit magnetic behaviour; or atomic steps can modify the local mechanical properties of a metallic single crystal. In this special section there are eight invited papers by disciples and close collaborators of Juan Rojo, that cover an ample spectrum of the above mentioned topics. The first paper, by Palacio et al, investigates the temperature and oxygen partial pressure conditions for FeO mono- and bi-layer growth on Ru(0001). The following paper, by Cortés-Gil et al, reports on the dramatic change in the electric resistivity of the manganite perovskite (La0.5Ca0.5)z MnO3 as a function of Ca content, an effect related to the removal of a charge-ordered state and a magnetic transition. Baeza et al study biomaterials for bone cancer treatment and skeletal reinforcing, as well as targeted magnetic nanoparticles used for intracell hyperthermia in cancer therapies. In the following paper, Marcano et al, assisted by a multi-technique approach, revisit the extraordinarily rich magnetic phase diagram of the Kondo system CeNi1- x Cux down to 100 mK temperatures. The magnetic field dependence of the martensitic transition temperature of the meta-magnetic shape memory alloy Ni50Mn34.5In15.5 in a crystalline and amorphous phase, in fields up to 13 T, is the subject of the paper

  7. Oil painting on tinplate by Francisco José Resende

    Ana Rita Veiga

    2010-11-01

    Full Text Available Cet article se concentre sur l'étude des techniques d'exécution, des matériaux et de l'état de conservation de trois peintures à l'huile sur fer-blanc (acier couvert d'étain du peintre portugais Francisco José Resende (1825 – 1893. Bien que le choix de peindre sur un support métallique n'était pas commun au XIXème siècle, cet auteur a exécuté au long de sa vie différentes œuvres sur ce substrat. Dans ces recherches, apparaissent les résultats comparatifs de la technique d'exécution de Francisco Resende et des matériaux présents dans les couches picturales et dans le support des trois œuvres faisant l'objet de l'étude. Bien qu'elles aient été exécutées à des dates similaires, on remarque des problèmes de conservation distincts - notamment les détachements, les cloques et la corrosion -, qui sont décrits et liés aux matériaux constituants des peintures.This article focuses on the study of execution techniques, material composition and condition of three oil paintings on tinplate – a thin sheet of steel coated with tin - by the Portuguese painter Francisco José Resende (1825-1893. Although the choice to paint on a metallic support was not very common in the nineteenth century, the painter executed several works on this support. The comparative results focus on Francisco Resende’s technique of execution, the materials used in the paint layers and on the support of the three works which are being studied. Although executed in the same period, they show different conservation problems - namely delamination and blistering of the paint layers, and also corrosion of the support.

  8. José Fuentes Mares, un historiador adelantado

    Jorge Herrera Velasco

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available Se trata de una valoración de la obra historiográfica de José Fuentes Mares. El material de trabajo está constituido por los cuatro libros que escribió acerca de Benito Juárez y tres textos más donde expresó sus conceptos sobre teoría y filosofía de la historia. El punto de partida es el análisis de ocho de los elementos que caracterizaron su labor historiadora: conciencia de la propia historicidad, dinámica interpretativa, actitud sobre esencialismos, humanización de la historia, estilo narrativo, posición anímica ante lo historiado, información de detalles y contingencias y el uso de recursos de la dramaturgia. El resultado del análisis plantea una hipotética "teoría de la historia de Fuentes Mares". Finalmente se expone una semblanza del entorno adverso que el historiador tuvo que enfrentar para desarrollar su labor exitosamente.

  9. LOD First Estimates In 7406 SLR San Juan Argentina Station

    Pacheco, A.; Podestá, R.; Yin, Z.; Adarvez, S.; Liu, W.; Zhao, L.; Alvis Rojas, H.; Actis, E.; Quinteros, J.; Alacoria, J.

    2015-10-01

    In this paper we show results derived from satellite observations at the San Juan SLR station of Felix Aguilar Astronomical Observatory (OAFA). The Satellite Laser Ranging (SLR) telescope was installed in early 2006, in accordance with an international cooperation agreement between the San Juan National University (UNSJ) and the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). The SLR has been in successful operation since 2011 using NAOC SLR software for the data processing. This program was designed to calculate satellite orbits and station coordinates, however it was used in this work for the determination of LOD (Length Of Day) time series and Earth Rotation speed.

  10. 76 FR 4371 - Notice of Intent to Prepare an Environmental Impact Statement for the Proposed San Juan Basin...

    2011-01-25

    ... San Juan Basin Energy Connect Project, San Juan County, New Mexico, and La Plata County, Colorado... of the Draft EIS. ADDRESSES: You may submit comments related to the San Juan Basin Energy Connect...@sjbenergyconnect.com ; or Mail: Bureau of Land Management, Farmington Field Office, Attention: San Juan...

  11. Norma y uso: las ideas educativas en Juan de Robles / Etymology and use: The educational ideas of Juan de Robles

    Alejandro Gómez Camacho

    2014-01-01

    Resumen: Juan de Robles es uno de los más brillantes humanistas de nuestro Siglo de Oro, entre cuyas obras destaca El culto sevillano (1631). En este trabajo se analizan sus ideas educativas, centradas en la relación entre la ortografía y el aprendizaje de la escritura. Entre las ideas pedagógicas de Juan de Robles es muy relevante el rechazo vehemente de la ortografía fonética, entre otros motivos, porque no favorecía el aprendizaje de la lectura y de la escritura; en consecuencia, censura l...

  12. Simbolismo temporal en Garba, de José Moreno Villa

    Romero Jódar, Andrés

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available In 1913, feeling the European uneasy spirits due to the threatening closeness of the Great War’s outbreak, the first collection/poem book of José Moreno Villa (poet and painter who stands in between Modernism and Avant-gardes at the beginning of the XX century of the Spanish literature appears published with the title of Garba. This work has been considered to be a modernist book of youth, inside a Modernism «a la andaluza,» conceiving Modernism as a syncretic «movement», hybrid from different trends, from Parnasianism to Symbolism, suffering from the decadentism of the fin de siècle’s fits. In a general sense, however, Garba can be seen as a work of its times in its European context, a work proper to a historical and social moment of crisis in the traditional values and changes in time perceptions. Without forgetting about its Spanish context, this short analysis has the aim of highlighting the unity of the work as a whole, a unity which is based on a cyclical structure close to the time perception of Nature —against mechanized time—, trying to break free from that alienated feeling which the industrialization of the beginning of the century conveys. Therefore, Garba may be seen as a work which reflects all the concerns about time perception which other contemporary authors were suffering far beyond the Spanish frontiers.En 1913, sintiendo el espíritu de incomodidad europea por la cercanía de la explosión de la Gran Guerra, aparece publicada bajo el título de Garba, la primera colección/libro de poemas de José Moreno Villa, poeta y pintor que se mueve entre Modernismo y vanguardias de comienzos del siglo XX en las letras españolas. Garba ha sido considerada como una obra modernista de juventud, dentro de un propio «Modernismo a la andaluza», entendiendo modernismo como un «movimiento» sincrético, híbrido de diferentes tendencias, desde el parnasianismo al simbolismo, pasando por el decadentismo del mal de fin de siglo

  13. José Martí y la ciencia

    José Suárez Lezcano

    2015-11-01

    Full Text Available Nuestro José Martí, ejemplo de una formación humanística integral, escribió en una carta a María Mantilla:”Donde yo encuentro poesía mayor es en los libros de ciencia…” Martí vio la ciencia como un fenómeno social y consideró que el desarrollo científico técnico debía estar en función de la satisfacción de las necesidades de las grandes mayorías. Su sistemática voluntad  de cultivarse, de tratar de entender al mundo y no sólo de vivirlo, de razonarlo, fue el motor principal que llevaría a Martí a hacerse de una cultura científica y técnica poco común entre los hombres de su época. También el hecho de vivir durante muchos años en los Estados Unidos le permitió analizar con  profundidad y realismo la sociedad de la época, y por tanto llegó a tener una visión muy avanzada de la relación hombre – naturaleza - sociedad, llegando a convertirse en un gran divulgador de los avances de la ciencia y la técnica de aquella época. La originalidad del periodismo de nuevo tipo que inicia José Martí como vehículo para la divulgación científico - técnica encuentra una de sus más altas expresiones en la revista “La América”. Esta publicación había comenzado en abril de 1882, en Nueva York, bajo la dirección de Rafael de Castro Palomino, quien solicita la colaboración del poeta. A partir del mes de marzo de 1883, el Maestro redacta “La América” en su totalidad, desde los titulares hasta los artículos ensayísticos. Martí caracteriza “La América” como “periódico útil”, pues se dedicó a divulgar los adelantos de la industria, comercio y agricultura de los productores de la América del Norte, y en el avisador prudente de los compradores de la América del Sur. Este carácter de la publicación permite a José Martí tratar desde las páginas de “La América” los recientes descubrimientos científicos, la reseña detallada de las exposiciones que exhibían los últimos logros de la t

  14. The Logic and Semantics of Modal Propositions in Juan Caramuel

    Dvořák, Petr

    19/43/, - (2005), s. 105-115. ISBN 80-7007-236-9. ISSN 0231-5955 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z90090514 Keywords : Juan Caramuel y Lobkowicz * modal logic * modalities * late scholasticism Subject RIV: AA - Philosophy ; Religion

  15. The green areas of San Juan, Puerto Rico

    Olga M. Ramos-González

    2014-09-01

    Full Text Available Green areas, also known as green infrastructure or urban vegetation, are vital to urbanites for their critical roles in mitigating urban heat island effects and climate change and for their provision of multiple ecosystem services and aesthetics. Here, I provide a high spatial resolution snapshot of the green cover distribution of the city of San Juan, Puerto Rico, by incorporating the use of morphological spatial pattern analysis (MSPA as a tool to describe the spatial pattern and connectivity of the city’s urban green areas. Analysis of a previously developed IKONOS 4-m spatial resolution classification of the city of San Juan from 2002 revealed a larger area of vegetation (green areas or green infrastructure than previously estimated by moderate spatial resolution imagery. The city as a whole had approximately 42% green cover and 55% impervious surfaces. Although the city appeared greener in its southern upland sector compared to the northern coastal section, where most built-up urban areas occurred (66% impervious surfaces, northern San Juan had 677 ha more green area cover dispersed across the city than the southern component. MSPA revealed that most forest cover occurred as edges and cores, and green areas were most commonly forest cores, with larger predominance in the southern sector of the municipality. In dense, built-up, urban land, most of the green areas occurred in private yards as islets. When compared to other cities across the United States, San Juan was most similar in green cover features to Boston, Massachusetts, and Miami, Florida. Per capita green space for San Juan (122.2 m²/inhabitant was also comparable to these two U.S. cities. This study explores the intra-urban vegetation variation in the city of San Juan, which is generally overlooked by moderate spatial resolution classifications in Puerto Rico. It serves as a starting point for green infrastructure mapping and landscape pattern analysis of the urban green spaces

  16. Economía y Política, Entrevista con José Manuel Naredo

    José Manuel NAREDO

    2012-10-01

    Full Text Available Presentamos aquí una entrevista en vídeo con D. José Manuel Naredo, economista y estadístico. Queremos agradecer de manera muy sincera a D. José Manuel su paciencia en la preparación, su acogida en su casa para realizarla y su dedicación de más de dos horas de agradable e interesante charla. También queremos agradecer a Dan y Violeta por su apoyo logístico y por hacerles trabajar aunque estuviesen de vacaciones.

  17. Juan de Dios Luque, Antonio Pamies & Francisco José Manjón (2000, Dicciona­rio del insulto. Barcelona: Ed. Península.

    Wenceslao Carlos Lozano

    2003-12-01

    Full Text Available Ya van siendo numerosos los trabajos que han publicado juntos estos tres lingüistas y profesores de la Universidad de Granada, sobre todo de carácter fraseológico, y tanto desde sus aspectos teóricos en libros y artículos, como en el orden práctico, con la edición impresa y en Cd rom de léxicos, glosarios y diccionarios. De esa colaboración salió en 1997 El arte del insulto (Ed. Península, una obra que, pese a parecer presentada en clave de humor, analiza en profundidad los mecanismos léxicos, retóricos y psicológicos del insulto, sobre la base de un corpus propio de varios miles de unidades en varias lenguas. El éxito de la empresa animó a los autores a complementar el trabajo teórico con un Diccionario que reúne más de cuatro mil entradas, con definiciones y, en casi todos los casos, etimologías y ejemplos de usos reales, extraídos tanto de la prensa como de textos literarios españoles de varios miles de unidades españolas de diversas épocas, donde abunda y se manifiesta briosamente el denuesto; pero también de la oralidad cotidiana, en la que, como es sabido, el español de a pie se prodiga sin recato en aquello de maldecir al prójimo y a su parentela. Por lo demás, se añaden interesantes explicaciones sobre los procedimientos tropológicos y numerosas variantes.

  18. La Habana de Antonio José Ponte y Pedro Juan Gutiérrez: el mapa de una ciudad marginal

    Punales-Alpizar, Damaris

    2012-01-01

    This article traces new maps of Havana that have been marginalized from the official history, as well as from the fiction narratives of the nation in the last decades. Taking as main characters men and women who live outside of the logic of the political discourses, Cuban contemporary narrative deals with their trips to nowhere, a place where the only goal is to survive day after day.

  19. Azar y psicoanálisis: Una interpretación del sueño en nadie nada nunca de Juan José Saer

    Degrande, François

    2014-01-01

    . Our reading attempts to shed light on the literary project of the Argentinian writer as he plots the improbable relation of chance and psychoanalysis in his fifth novel, Nadie nada nunca. In this vein, the problematic coexistence of causality and chance can only be explained by the dictatorial terror that permeates this novel. To prove this, the article analyzes the oneiric world of El Gato (II), in which the freudian principle of condensation turns a bawdy house into a casino. This crucial...

  20. San José de las Lajas, La Habana, Cuba

    Yanely Mulet del Pozo

    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available En los últimos años se ha trabajado en demostrar la importancia e incidencia de los abonos orgánicos en el desarrollo de los cultivos, en la obtención de producciones más sanas a partir del mejoramiento de los nutrientes del suelo. Por lo anterior resulta necesario el conocimiento de los factores que determinan su interacción y comportamiento con las plantas, suelos y los procesos mecanizados en que dichos abonos se encuentran presentes. Actualmente el humus de lombriz representa un abono orgánico de mucho interés, dadas las ventajas que posee para la nutrición de las plantas, por eso, resulta interesante y valioso conocer sus propiedades y así facilitar los procesos tecnológicos relacionados con la manipulación, transportación y distribución en el campo, así como su interacción con el suelo y las plantas. Por tanto, el objetivo de este trabajo es la determinación de algunas propiedades físico-mecánicas, químicas y biológicas del humus de lombriz obtenido en condiciones de la vaquería de la finca Guayabal, San José de las Lajas, La Habana, Cuba. Se precisaron las metodologías correspondientes para la separación de muestras y efectuar los análisis físico mecánicos, químicos y biológicos. Las propiedades obtenidas son: peso volumétrico libre, peso volumétrico compactado, coeficiente de compactación, ángulo de caída libre, ángulo de derrumbamiento y humedad del humus, pertenecientes a las llamadas propiedades físico- mecánicas. Las propiedades químicas: contenidos de: N, P, K, Mg, Ca, acidez (pH y cantidad de materia orgánica. Los resultados obtenidos demuestran que el humus de lombriz estudiado posee condiciones y propiedades que le permiten mejorar la estructura del suelo, su interacción con los plantas y definir parámetros de conjuntos mecanizados para su tratamiento y distribución

  1. Mujeres, música y memoria en San Juan: 1900-1930 Womens, music and memory in San Juan city: 1900-1930

    Patricia Blanco

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available Esta miscelánea se refiere a mi libro publicado en 2008 con el título "Mujeres, música y memoria en San Juan. 1900-1930". El mismo trata de la memoria (y la identidad musical femenina de un San Juan que despertaba al siglo XX incorporándose al mundo moderno tanto en lo tecnológico como en lo cultural. Resalta el protagonismo de las mujeres en el mundo de la música, en este caso de la provincia de San Juan, Argentina; significando un aporte único y esperanzador porque ofrece no sólo una historia de la mujer en la música sino que, a su vez reconstruye una parte de la historia de San Juan poco frecuentada hasta hoy.This miscellany refer to my book has been published in 2008 under the title "Women, music and memory in San Juan. 1900-1930. " It deals with memory (and identity of a female musical San Juan who woke up to the twentieth century incorporated into the modern world in terms of both technological and in terms of culture. Highlights the role of women in the music world, in this case in the province of San Juan, Argentina; signifying a single input and hopeful because it offers not only a story of women in music but who, in turn rebuilds a part of the history of San Juan rare until now.

  2. Desarrollo postnatal del sistema inmunitario asociado al intestino en la cabra / Juan Seva Alcaraz ; Juan Seva Alcaraz ; Antonio Bernabé Salazar, José Antonio Navarro Cámara.

    Seva Alcaraz, Juan

    1996-01-01

    Tesis-Universidad de Murcia. Consulte la tesis en: BCA. GENERAL. ARCHIVO UNIVERSITARIO. T.M.-1394. Consulte la tesis en: BCA. GENERAL. Fac. Veterinaria. Departamentos. E002B TESIS 66. Consulte la tesis en: BCA. GENERAL. Fac. Veterinaria. Sala de estudio. Tesis-V 85.

  3. Juan Gabriel and audience interpretation. cultural impressions of effeminacy and sexuality in Mexico.

    Sowards, S K

    2000-01-01

    Juan Gabriel's purported effeminacy and sexuality have made him a controversial subject in Mexico, but still loved by fans. Juan Gabriel, by trying to gain acceptance into Mexican society, has become part of a hybrid culture, between the feminine/masculine and homosexual/bisexual/heterosexual groups. This study focuses on interviews with 20 participants who discuss Juan Gabriel's popularity and sexuality. The findings of the study indicate that Juan Gabriel may be considered by his fans to be effeminate, and consequently homosexual. Even though homophobia is widespread in Mexico, Juan Gabriel's fans tend to ignore or exoticize his sexuality, thus affording his success. It is also possible that Juan Gabriel, consciously or not, uses his controversial sexuality as a way to generate popular interest. PMID:10933285

  4. A la memoria de José Antonio Rojas Tercero, 1959-2008

    José Miguel Fernández Fernández

    2009-06-01

    Full Text Available La revista recuerda la figura de José Antonio Rojas, Catedrático de Economía Financiera y Contabilidad dde la Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha desde el punto de vista humani y profesional

  5. Market gardening, urban development and income generation on the Jos Plateau, NIgeria

    Ajaegbu, H.I.; Grossman, D.; Berg, van den L.M.

    2000-01-01

    Are their ways to improve small-scale market gardening in and around the city of Jos, Central Nigeria, in order to raise its productivity and income-generating capacity? This question, the relevance of which extends to many other urban areas in sub-Saharan Africa, runs as a common thread through thi

  6. El Área de Contabilidad de la UCLM y José Antonio Rojas

    Francisco Javier Quesada Sánchez

    2009-06-01

    Full Text Available Breve historia de los cinco primeros cursos del Área de Contabilidad de la Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha con especial referencia a la dedicación y protagonismo del Profesor José Antonio Rojas Tercero, a quien se rinde homenaje.

  7. El Área de Contabilidad de la UCLM y José Antonio Rojas

    Francisco Javier Quesada Sánchez

    2009-01-01

    Breve historia de los cinco primeros cursos del Área de Contabilidad de la Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha con especial referencia a la dedicación y protagonismo del Profesor José Antonio Rojas Tercero, a quien se rinde homenaje.

  8. Una obra sevillana del pintor valenciano José Navarro Lloréns

    Pérez Calero, Gerardo

    2008-01-01

    Este trabajo versa acerca de una obra del pintor valenciano José Navarro Lloréns hecha durante una estancia desconocida en Sevilla. Une lo interesante de la iconografía al valor técnico del cuadro, que está inmerso en un luminismo tanto valenciano como sevillano.

  9. Ja jos minä menisin naapuriin (2/4 F)

    2011-01-01

    Laulun sanat: Ja jos minä menisin naapuriin, sun tuutima lullanlei, kyll' saisin sieltä mä tyttären, sun tuutima lullanlei, ja ois se niin helkkarin komea, sun tuutima lullanlei, sen kotia veisin oriilla, sun tuutima lullanlei!

  10. Faith Seeking Effectiveness: The Missionary Theology of José Bonino

    Davies, P.J.

    2006-01-01

    This dissertation argues that the theology of José Bonino is a praxis driven missionary theology. It is, as with every other theology, contextual—written from the perspective of the context, and is deeply affected by its context. Míguez Bonino’s theological methodology begins with missionary praxis

  11. The green areas of San Juan, Puerto Rico

    Olga M. Ramos-González

    2014-01-01

    Green areas, also known as green infrastructure or urban vegetation, are vital to urbanites for their critical roles in mitigating urban heat island effects and climate change and for their provision of multiple ecosystem services and aesthetics. Here, I provide a high spatial resolution snapshot of the green cover distribution of the city of San Juan, Puerto Rico, by incorporating the use of morphological spatial pattern analysis (MSPA) as a tool to describe the spatial pattern and connectiv...

  12. Radiation accident Hospital San Juan de Dios August - September 1996

    In Costa Rica, a radiation accident occurred in 1996. It took place at the Radiotherapy Service of the San Juan de Dios Hospital, which affected 115 patients. The Unit of Radiotherapy made a mistake in the calibration of the new bundle because of the change of external faeces of cobalt 60 (Alycon II). The work is a retrospective study that describes what happened in this accident, and the medical consequences that derived from it

  13. Juan Pablo (J.P.) Perez: J&P Organics

    Rabkin, Sarah

    2010-01-01

    Juan Pablo “J.P.” Perez founded his J & P Organics Community Supported Agriculture program in 2006, while he was a college student, with a subscriber cohort of five friends and advertisements on Craigslist and a campus electronic marketplace. Today, Perez employs his parents and siblings in his expanding farm enterprise, which serves about 300 (and growing) CSA subscribers in towns as geographically and economically disparate as Prunedale, Pacific Grove, and Palo Alto. J & P Organics...

  14. Juan Iribarne e Uraburu on the voluntary, will, and nature

    Noone, T.B. (Timothy B.)

    2014-01-01

    In this paper, the author examines the theory of will outlined in the Tractatus de actibus humanis of Juan Iribarne Uraburu. Juan’s discussion of will is situated in relation to various Thomistic thinkers of seventeenth-century Iberia and is shown both to be continuous with and innovative within the Scotistic tradition. The conclusion reached is that Juan’s theory highlights fundamental disagreements that distinguish Scotistic theories of the will from those of other Scholastic theories, whet...

  15. HISTORICAL ECOTOXICOLOGICALASSESSMENT OF SAN JUAN ECOSYSTEM, SANTIAGO DE CUBA, CUBA

    Argota, George

    2013-07-01

    Full Text Available Currently, the environmental decision-making related to watershed preservation is oriented under the precepts of an historical environmental assessment. The objective of this research was to conduct a historical ecotoxicological assessment of the San Juan de Santiago de Cuba ecosystem. This was considered a systematic environmental monitoring which ran from 2010 to 2013, made q?uarterly. Physicochemical parameters such as electrical conductivity, total alkalinity, total hardness, pH, total solids, dissolved oxygen, biochemical oxygen demand and chemical oxygen demand were determined. All parameters of environmental risk prediction were performed using the GECOTOX program. The concentrations of Cu, Zn, Pb and Cd on three target organs (brain, gills and liver in the biomonitor adult Gambusia punctata (Poecilidae were analyzed. In this species, the effect of total protein and enzymatic activity of acetylcholinesterase as biomarkers were evaluated. In general, the parameters were outside the values set used by the Cuban quality standards. The GECOTOX program said that the waters of the San Juan ecosystem presented a high rate of risk. The highest concentrations of metals were determined in the gills, liver and brain, respectively. Biomarker values w? ere high, being higher for females. Finally, it was concluded that from one year to another all responses were ascending; thus, the San Juan ecosystem presented ecotoxicological effects in time.

  16. La encrucijada en Pedro Páramo de Juan Rulfo / The Crossroads in Pedro Páramo by Juan Rulfo

    Lilia Leticia García-Peña

    2015-08-01

    Full Text Available La obra de Juan Rulfo sintetiza la realidad del campo mexicano, captura el contorno de las identidades individuales y de la estructura de la interacción social del mundo que tanto le preocupó y del que es intérprete indiscutible, pero también supo convertir en materia narrativa aquellas atmósferas que rebasan el contexto mexicano y social. En este trabajo abordaré el tema de la encrucijada en el imaginario simbólico de Pedro Páramo (1955 como expresión de una reelaboración del mito de Hermes, analizaré cómo la novela de Juan Rulfo muestra estos ecos herméticos y qué sentido estético y sociocultural tiene esta resonancia mítica.

  17. Reconstrucción de pierna con colgajo venofasciocutáneo de safena menor: Hospital San Juan de Dios de Costa Rica, 2004-2009 Lesser saphenous venofasciocutaneous flap for leg reconstruction: San Juan de Dios Hospital in Costa Rica, 2004-2009

    G. Fonseca Portilla

    2012-06-01

    Full Text Available El colgajo venofascicutáneo de safena se emplea con éxito para la reconstrucción de la pierna en diferentes latitudes con diferentes resultados. El objetivo del presente trabajo es describir la población de pacientes en los que se llevó a cabo cirugía reconstructiva en pierna con este tipo de colgajo, así como la aparición de algunos efectos adversos propios de su utilización (necrosis e infección intrahospitalaria, en el periodo de estudio comprendido entre marzo del 2004 y marzo del 2009 en el Servicio de Cirugía Plástica del Hospital San Juan de Dios en San José, Costa Rica. En ese período realizamos este colgajo en un total de 14 pacientes, cuya edad promedio fue de 46,6 años, y entre los que el sexo predominante fue el masculino (71,4 %. Observamos que la necrosis del colgajo se presentó en el 50 % de los casos y de ellos, en el 28,6 % fue total; asimismo la infección nosocomial en este tipo de procedimiento fue del 33,3 %. Concluimos que el colgajo venofasciocutáneo de safena menor es una herramienta útil para la reconstrucción de pierna, sin embargo debemos de tener especial cuidado para evitar posibles complicaciones que pueden afectar el resultado final de dicho procedimiento.Lesser saphenous venofasciocutaneous flap is used for leg reconstruction with success in diverse latitudes with different results. The aim of this article is to describe the patient population who have underwent leg reconstruction with this flap in the Plastic Surgery Unit, San Juan de Dios Hospital in San José, Costa Rica, from March 2004 to March 2009 and the adverse effects suffered (necrosis and nosocomial infection. We applied the technique to a total of 14 patients, whose average age was 46.6 years and predominant sex was male (71.4 %. Flap necrosis occurred in 50 % of cases and 28.6 % of them were total. Nosocomial infection also in this type of procedure was 33.3 %. We conclude that lesser saphenous venofasciocutaneous flap is a useful

  18. Aprendizajes del Accidente de San Juan Ixhuatepec-México Learning from the Accident in San Juan Ixhuatepec-Mexico

    Antioco López-Molina

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available El índice Dow de fuego y explosión y la metodología del análisis cuantitativo del riesgo son aplicados para analizar uno de los accidentes más desafortunados en la historia mexicana: la explosión de tanques de almacenamiento de gas en la planta de San Juan Ixhuatepec en México. Estimaciones adicionales de la sobrepresión y radiación térmica producida durante el siniestro son llevadas a cabo para explicar el efecto dominó producido como consecuencia del incidente. Estas estimaciones dan evidencia de que las instalaciones en la planta de San Juan Ixhuatepec tenían un nivel de riesgo moderado lo cual se contrapone a la percepción de la sociedad en relación al riesgo de la compañía Pemex, propietaria de la planta. Este trabajo concluye que el accidente fue principalmente debido a errores humanos, así como a la pésima ubicación de la planta.The Dow fire and explosion index and the quantitative risk assessment methodology are applied to analyze one of the most unfortunate accidents in Mexican history: the explosion of gas storage tanks at the San Juan Ixhuatepec plant in Mexico. Additional calculations of over-pressure and thermal radiation are carried out to further explain the domino effect produced as a consequence of the accident. The results give evidence that facilities in San Juan Ixhuatepec had a moderate risk level which is in disagreement with people’s perception of the Pemex company, proprietary of the plant. This study concludes that the accident was mainly due to human error, as well as the inappropriate location of the plant.

  19. San José - El Barrial (Valle Calchaquí, Salta: enfoque biodemográfico

    Albeza, María V.

    2003-01-01

    Full Text Available San José y El Barrial (Departamento de Cachi, Salta pertenecen a la extensa área de los Valles Calchaquíes de la región NOA. Pese a estar separadas por una distancia de 500 metros, sus pobladores se identifican taxativamente en una de ellas. Se realizó una aproximación demográfico-genética a fin de evaluar el accionar de factores evolutivos direccionales (selección natural y flujo génico y estocásticos (deriva génica además de una descripción de la estructura poblacional de dichas localidades. Se entrevistó a la totalidad de los individuos que se encontraban presentes en el momento de la recolección de los datos. San José (N = 154 es una población joven, en tanto que en El Barrial (N = 66 la población mayor de 65 años (14.52 % supera ampliamente el valor estándar de las Naciones Unidas. Estos valores coinciden con la baja Relación Niños-Mujeres y escaso número de individuos entre 0-4 años registrados en El Barrial en contraposición con San José. Ambas poblaciones presentan una alta probabilidad de fijación por deriva medida a través del Coeficiento de Aislamiento Reproductivo y el de Endogamia. La tasa de migración efectiva es menor en San José (0.12 que en El Barrial (0.34. El mayor Indice de Oportunidad para la Selección fue registrado en El Barrial (I = 0.58. If / ps es 0.081 para San José y 0.389 para El Barrial, representando el 32.4 % y el 67.07 % respectivamente por lo que en San José la mayor oportunidad para la selección se estaría ejerciendo a través de la componente de mortalidad y en El Barrial de la de fecundidad.

  20. Plano de viabilização da Horta de S. José: Horta de S. José - Reguengos de Monsaraz

    Henriques, Marco Sérgio de Carvalho

    2015-01-01

    O trabalho realizado consiste numa avaliação técnica e económica da Horta de S. José, propriedade da Santa Casa da Misericórdia de Reguengos de Monsaraz, com uma área total de 3,94 ha, situada em Reguengos de Monsaraz com o objectivo de apresentar um conjunto de propostas e melhorias, que possibilitem incrementar a sua sustentabilidade. Esta exploração agrícola que se dedica à produção de hortícolas em cultura protegida e ao ar livre e de citrinos, pretende aproveitar com maior...

  1. 33 CFR 165.758 - Security Zone; San Juan, Puerto Rico.

    2010-07-01

    ... Security Zone; San Juan, Puerto Rico. (a) Location. Moving and fixed security zones are established 50... 33 Navigation and Navigable Waters 2 2010-07-01 2010-07-01 false Security Zone; San Juan, Puerto Rico. 165.758 Section 165.758 Navigation and Navigable Waters COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF...

  2. 77 FR 52310 - Expansion of Foreign-Trade Zone 61, San Juan, Puerto Rico

    2012-08-29

    ... Foreign-Trade Zones Board Expansion of Foreign-Trade Zone 61, San Juan, Puerto Rico Pursuant to its...-Trade Zones Board (the Board) adopts the following Order: Whereas, the Puerto Rico Trade and Export... FTZ 61 to include a site in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, adjacent to the San Juan U.S. Customs and...

  3. 33 CFR 110.229 - Straits of Juan de Fuca, Wash.

    2010-07-01

    ... 33 Navigation and Navigable Waters 1 2010-07-01 2010-07-01 false Straits of Juan de Fuca, Wash. 110.229 Section 110.229 Navigation and Navigable Waters COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY ANCHORAGES ANCHORAGE REGULATIONS Anchorage Grounds § 110.229 Straits of Juan de Fuca, Wash. (a)...

  4. José Carlos Mariátegui y la polémica del indigenismo

    Chang-Rodríguez, Eugenio

    2009-01-01

    En este artículo se tratan los antecedentes de ese movimiento en el Perú de los años 30, la vigencia de la prédica de Manuel González Prada (1844-1918) y la polémica del indigenismo de 1927 en las revistas limeñas Mundial y Amauta, entre Enrique López Albújar (1872-1966), José Escalante (1883-1965), Luis Alberto Sánchez (1900-94).y José Carlos Mariátegui (1894-1930). El artículo analiza el legado de Mariátegui, su interpretación marxista del problema del indio, así como su influencia en el in...

  5. José Ortega y Gasset y la deshumanización del arte

    Nieto Yusta, Constanza

    2008-01-01

    El ensayo que José Ortega y Gasset publicaba en 1925, La deshumanización del arte, hacía su aparición en el contexto del desarrollo de la vanguardia artística española. La lectura que el filósofo realizó de la problemática existente entre el arte nuevo y su recepción polémica por parte del público se muestra hoy en día de una gran actualidad. En el análisis de José Ortega y Gasset entran en juego algunos de los factores decisivos en la gestación del arte del s...

  6. José e Asenet: uma criação peculiar da literatura antiga

    Alves, Susana Mourato

    2007-01-01

    Neste estudo pretendemos analisar José e Asenet, texto apócrifo do Antigo Testamento, à luz das diversas perspectivas espaciais onde se movem as personagens da narrativa. Ainda que José e Asenet continue a estar envolto em diversos problemas de datação, autoria e contexto literário, a verdade é que não deixa de ser um testemunho antigo que suscita as mais diversas interpretações da parte de quem o lê. Não é um texto que reúna um consenso em relação à sua intenção última e todo o simbolismo qu...

  7. Maternal overweight/obesity characteristics and child anthropometric status in Jos, Nigeria

    Collins John; Tomo Ichikawa; Halima Abdu; Isaac Ocheke; Udochukwu Diala; Virginia Modise-Letsatsi; Takayuki Wada; Seline Okolo; Taro Yamamoto

    2015-01-01

    Objective: This study is to determine the pattern of overweight and obesity and its relationship with childhood anthropometric status in Nigeria. Materials and Methods: This cross-sectional study was conducted in Jos, Nigeria. Interviewer administered questionnaire was used in data collection. Maternal and child anthropometric measurements were obtained using standard WHO methods. Child anthropometric Z scores were obtained from WHO Anthroplus while BMI of mothers were also determined. Totall...

  8. José Figueres Ferrer y su aporte al sistema electoral costarricense

    Oscar Fonseca Montoya

    2006-01-01

    Full Text Available El artículo describe los aportes del Expresidente de la República y Benemérito de la Patria José Figueres Ferrer para el desarrollo y estabilidad del sistema electoral costarricense. Repasa la emisión de Decretos-Ley que desde la Junta Fundadora de la Segunda República aseguraron la estructura que hoy ostenta tanto la legislación electoral como el Tribunal Supremo de Elecciones.

  9. Primary infertility associated with schitosoma mansoni: a case report from the Jos plateau, north central Nigeria

    Adisa, J; Egbujo, EM; Yahaya, BA; Echejoh, G

    2012-01-01

    Testicular schistosomiasis caused by Schistosoma mansoni is very rare and more so when associated with primary infertility. A 40 years old man from the Jos Plateau, North Central Nigeria presented with primary infertility after ten years of marriage. Sperm count revealed oligospermia and he also complained of inability to sustain erection. Testicular biopsy revealed several ova of Schistosoma mansoni in the connective tissue of the testes. Cases of infertility in endemic areas especially when...

  10. Anglicismos en San Juan: la edad como variable social

    Sanou Sole, Rosa María; Albiñana, Graciela Viviana; Galli, Graciela Mónica; Castañeda, Claudia Gabriela

    2012-01-01

    En esta ponencia se exponen resultados del proyecto de investigación Anglicismos en San Juan: uso y actitudes (CICITCA-UNSJ, 2011-2012), que analiza el empleo de anglicismos y las actitudes que provocan entre los sanjuaninos. Adopta el enfoque sociolingüístico variacionista que, centralmente, estudia de qué manera -al elaborar sus mensajes- los diferentes subgrupos de hablantes definen sus identidades sociales a partir de sus elecciones lingüísticas, que resultan influenciadas por factores li...

  11. Las Silvas de Juan Lorenzo Palmireno

    Lee, Lilith

    2006-01-01

    This paper examines the works titled Silva by Juan Lorenzo Palmireno. The analysis of these texts sheds light on Palmireno’s understanding of the word and its possible implications in the sixteenth century. The study identifies an interpretation of silva as a way of writing different from his predecessor, Pedro Mexía, who first used it to title his work Silva de varia lección twenty years ago. The lack of any intention to arrange its structure gives these silvas the characteristic of a lit...

  12. Formação de gestores escolares: a atualidade de José Querino Ribeiro School administrators training: José Querino Ribeiro's topicality

    Vitor Henrique Paro

    2009-08-01

    Full Text Available A pretexto da comemoração dos cem anos de nascimento de José Querino Ribeiro, procura-se recuperar pontos relevantes da obra desse importantíssimo autor dos estudos sobre administração escolar, no Brasil, incidindo sobre suposto paradoxo aí presente e destacando duas alternativas para a formação de dirigentes escolares: uma formação "técnica" específica, calcada nos princípios e métodos da empresa capitalista, com apelo "gerencial" e privilegiando as formas de controle do trabalho alheio, ou uma formação fundamentada no pedagógico e nas potencialidades da educação como prática democrática.The celebration of José Querino Ribeiro's birthday centennial led this paper to rescue the relevant points in the work of this very important author of studies on school administration in Brazil. Its stresses the supposed paradox herein present and highlights two alternatives to train school administrators: one, specific and "technical", is grounded in the methods and principles of capitalist companies, with "managerial" appeal and strong emphasis on how to control someone else's work while the other is based on pedagogical foundations and the potential of education as a democratic practice.

  13. José Miguel Jiménez receives Order of Alfonso X the Wise

    CERN Bulletin

    2016-01-01

    On 12 July 2016, José Miguel Jiménez, Head of CERN Technology Department, has been awarded a spanish civil decoration — an encomienda — of the Order of Alfonso X the Wise (see here), for his outstanding experience in the field of research and scientific management in particle physics.   The ceremony took place at the National Library of Spain, in Madrid, on 12 July. From left: Marcial Marín Hellín, Secretary of State for Education, Professional training and Universities; José María Lassalle Ruiz, Secretary of State for Culture; Íñigo Méndez de Vigo y Montojo, Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport; José Miguel Jiménez, Head of CERN Technology Department; Carmen Vela Olmo, Secretary of State for Investigation, Development and Innovation. (Photo: ©Javier Martínez de la Torre, M...

  14. Rectificación de Guillermo Hierrezuelo Conde a la recensión del libro de Juan Francisco Baltar Rodríguez, El Protonotario de Aragón. 1472-1707. La Cancillería aragonesa en la Edad Moderna.

    Guillermo Hierrezuelo Conde

    2011-01-01

    En 2002 publicamos una recensión de un libro de Juan Francisco Baltar Rodríguez, editado por el Justicia de Aragón en 2001 y dedicado al Protonotario de Aragón. Hacíamos en la citada recensión grandes elogios de Baltar. Hace poco tuvimos conocimiento del error en que habíamos incurrido pues había plagios flagrantes en dicha obra. Rectifico aquí lo publicado en su momento y señalo el conjunto de plagios de Baltar hechos a una tesis doctoral inédita de José Solís, que todavía no se ha publicado...

  15. Aprendizajes del Accidente de San Juan Ixhuatepec-México Learning from the Accident in San Juan Ixhuatepec-Mexico

    Antioco López-Molina; Richart Vázquez-Román; Christian Díaz-Ovalle

    2012-01-01

    El índice Dow de fuego y explosión y la metodología del análisis cuantitativo del riesgo son aplicados para analizar uno de los accidentes más desafortunados en la historia mexicana: la explosión de tanques de almacenamiento de gas en la planta de San Juan Ixhuatepec en México. Estimaciones adicionales de la sobrepresión y radiación térmica producida durante el siniestro son llevadas a cabo para explicar el efecto dominó producido como consecuencia del incidente. Estas estimaciones dan eviden...

  16. Social factors affecting seasonal variation in bovine trypanosomiasis on the Jos Plateau, Nigeria

    2013-01-01

    Background African Animal Trypanosomiasis (AAT) is a widespread disease of livestock in Nigeria and presents a major constraint to rural economic development. The Jos Plateau was considered free from tsetse flies and the trypanosomes they transmit due to its high altitude and this trypanosomiasis free status attracted large numbers of cattle-keeping pastoralists to the area. The Jos Plateau now plays a major role in the national cattle industry in Nigeria, accommodating approximately 7% of the national herd, supporting 300,000 pastoralists and over one million cattle. During the past two decades tsetse flies have invaded the Jos Plateau and animal trypanosomiasis has become a significant problem for livestock keepers. Here we investigate the epidemiology of trypanosomiasis as a re-emerging disease on the Plateau, examining the social factors that influence prevalence and seasonal variation of bovine trypanosomiasis. Methods In 2008 a longitudinal two-stage cluster survey was undertaken on the Jos Plateau. Cattle were sampled in the dry, early wet and late wet seasons. Parasite identification was undertaken using species-specific polymerase chain reactions to determine the prevalence and distribution of bovine trypanosomiasis. Participatory rural appraisal was also conducted to determine knowledge, attitudes and practices concerning animal husbandry and disease control. Results Significant seasonal variation between the dry season and late wet season was recorded across the Jos Plateau, consistent with expected variation in tsetse populations. However, marked seasonal variations were also observed at village level to create 3 distinct groups: Group 1 in which 50% of villages followed the general pattern of low prevalence in the dry season and high prevalence in the wet season; Group 2 in which 16.7% of villages showed no seasonal variation and Group 3 in which 33.3% of villages showed greater disease prevalence in the dry season than in the wet season. Conclusions

  17. Juan O’Gorman. Formas de no ser arquitecto

    Javier Jerez González

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available La obra proyectada y construida por Juan O’Gorman a lo largo de su vida traza un recorrido largo y sincopado entre formas de entender la arquitectura totalmente antagónicas. Su primera etapa de radical racionalismo desarrolla, según procedimientos estrictamente técnicos, un lenguaje revolucionario basado en la austeridad y la precisión. A pesar de ello muchas de sus obras destacan por la plasticidad de sus composiciones volumétricas, la riqueza espacial o, incluso, por la creación de atmósferas oníricas. Los primeros años de frenética actividad dan paso a un periodo de voluntario alejamiento de la práctica profesional de la arquitectura: ni una sola obra, ni un solo proyecto durante cerca de 15 años. Tan solo su actividad docente le mantiene en contacto con el mundo de la arquitectura. Cuando Juan O’Gorman vuelve a ejercer como arquitecto, lo hace construyendo algunos de los iconos del movimiento de integración plástica de México: la biblioteca central de la UNAM y su casa en San Jerónimo. A pesar de las enormes diferencias, o más bien oposiciones, entre unos momentos y otros, puede identificarse una invariante clara como señal de identidad personal: una velada voluntad de no ser arquitecto

  18. Cuisine Preference of Local Tourists in San Juan, Batangas, Philippines

    RYENE SELLINE B. KALALO

    2014-08-01

    Full Text Available This study aimed to determine the cuisine preference of the local tourist in San Juan, Batangas. More specifically, it aimed to describe the demographic profile of local tourist; to identify the preferred cuisine by different restaurants; to determine the significant difference when group according to demographic profile; and to determine the cuisine preference of local tourists in San Juan, Batangas. The research design used the descriptive method because it is the most appropriate method. It was found that the over-all assessment was frequent. Hamburger received the highest weighted mean followed by Sandwiches interpreted as frequent. Doughnut and Roasted Turkey got the lowest. Chinese Cuisine is frequently served. Lumpiang Shanghai has the highest weighted mean that is frequently offered and Siomai being the second highest. Siopao and Dumpling got the lowest weighted mean that makes it sometimes offered in every restaurant. Japanese cuisine has an over-all assessment of frequent. Tempura has the highest weighted mean followed by Teriyaki. Ramen has the second to the lowest weighted mean and Tonkatsu got the lowest. French Cuisine has a composite mean with an over-all assessment of sometimes. Mediterranean salad has the highest weighted followed by French Macaroons. Lamb and Ratatouille has the lowest weighted mean

  19. Rocky-reef fish assemblages at San José Island, Mexico Asociaciones de peces de arrecifes rocosos en Isla San José, México

    Carmen Amelia Villegas-Sánchez

    2009-04-01

    Full Text Available We analyzed the composition, diversity, and abundance of marine fish at rocky reefs off San José island, Mexico between October 2001 and August 2002. Fish species were recorded using a visual census in 5 sampling areas of 50 by 5 meters at 2 depths, shallow (1-3 meters and intermediate (5-7 meters. A total of 26 946 organisms were counted, belonging to 84 species. The families Serranidae (9 species, Labridae (8, Pomacentridae (7, and Haemulidae (6 were the most representative. We measured the rugosity of the bottom surface, which showed a positive relationship with abundance, richness, and fish diversity. The ocean bottom off San José island is covered with various size rocks that offer more feeding and refuge areas to fish assemblages than other areas. The ecological index increased during the warm season. Diversity and richness showed significant variations (PSe analizó la estructura íctica de los arrecifes rocosos de Isla San José, México entre octubre del 2001 y agosto del 2002. Las especies fueron registradas por medio de censos visuales, los cuales se realizaron sobre transectos de 50 m de largo X 5 m de ancho en 2 profundidades: somera (1-3 m e intermedia (5-7 m. Se contabilizaron un total de 26 946 individuos pertenecientes a 84 especies. Las familias mejor representadas fueron Serranidae (9, Labridae (8, Pomacentridae (7 y Haemulidae (6. La rugosidad del sustrato presentó una correlación positiva con la abundancia, riqueza y diversidad de especies de peces, lo que podría indicar que zonas con altos valores de rugosidad ofrecen a los peces más áreas de alimentación y refugio. Los índices ecológicos mostraron una tendencia de incremento de especies durante la temporada cálida. La diversidad y riqueza específica presentaron variaciones significativas entre profundidades (P<0.05, con valores más altos en los sitios expuestos de la isla ( Conejo, Pardito y San Francisquito. El índice de valor biológico indicó que las

  20. La escritura entre la antropología y la literatura en José María Arguedas

    Rômulo Monte Alto

    2011-10-01

    Full Text Available Resumo: Este texto trata das relações entre a escrita literária e a antropológica em José María Arguedas, a partir do exame de parte de sua correspondência com antropólogos, bem como de seus textos ficcionais, especialmente, seu último romance El zorro de arriba y el zorro de abajo (1971.Palavras-chave: José María Arguedas; El zorro de arriba y el zorro de abajo; correspondência; literatura; antropologia.Resumen: Este texto trata de las relaciones entre la escritura literaria y antropológica en José María Arguedas, desde el examen de parte de su correspondencia con antropólogos, así como de sus textos ficcionales, especialmente, su última novela El zorro de arriba y el zorro de abajo (1971.Palabras-clave: José María Arguedas; El zorro de arriba y el zorro de abajo; correspondencia; literatura; antropología.Keywords: José María Arguedas; El zorro de arriba y el zorro de abajo; letters; literature; anthropology

  1. Veni Sancte Spiritus: um moteto de José Maurício Nunes Garcia Veni Sancte Spiritus: a motet by José Mauricio Nunes Garcia

    Marcos da Cunha Lopes Virmond

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available A produção musical no gênero sacro teve importantes representantes no período do Brasil Colônia e Imperial, entre os quais se destaca o Padre José Maurício Nunes Garcia, responsável pela música da Sé Imperial do Rio de Janeiro antes e após a chegada da família real em 1808. Sua vasta produção resistiu ao tempo através de manuscritos autógrafos ou não, os quais têm sido alvo de intensos estudos, com destaque para as pesquisas pioneiras de Cleofe Person de Mattos. Mesmo assim, atualmente, apenas parte de sua obra encontrase restaurada do ponto de vista musicológico com vistas à perfomance. Desta forma, este estudo visa comentar a transcrição musicológica de um moteto de exemplar fatura, intitulado Veni Sancte Spiritus, para pequena orquestra de cordas, duas flautas e coro a quatro vozes.Sacred musical production had important representatives in the period of colonial and imperial Brazil, among which stands out Father José Maurício Nunes Garcia, in charge of music at the Royal Chapel in Rio de Janeiro before and after the arrival of the royal family in 1808. His vast output resisted time through autograph manuscripts or copies, which have been the target of intense study, especially the pioneering research of Cleofe Person de Mattos. Yet, currently, only part of his work is restored from the musicological point of view in what regards performance. Thus, this study aims to comment on the musicological transcription of a motet entitled Veni Sancte Spiritus, for small orchestra of strings, two flutes and a fourvoice choir.

  2. The libertarian educational proposals of José Cabrera Díaz Las propuestas educativas libertarias de José Cabrera Díaz

    Manuel FERRAZ LORENZO

    2013-09-01

    Full Text Available The purpose of this article is to explain the operational guidelines of the Canarian workers movement in the early Twentieth Century in connection with integral educational proposals. For this purpose, we have taken advantage of the articles published in the press by on of the leading exponents of the movement, a member of the anarchist school of thought, José Cabrera Diaz, whose curriculum vitae indicates his importance. He was a journalist, trades union leader and an outand- out defender of rationalist education and of the creation of people's schools, the purpose of which was to eradicate —by combating illiteracy and ignorance— the abusive quasi-feudal practices of the «caciques» that existed in the Canarian Archipiélago.El objetivo de este artículo consiste en exponer las líneas de trabajo del movimiento obrero en Canarias a comienzos de siglo, en lo concerniente a sus propuestas educativas de tipo integral. Para ello nos hemos servido de los trabajos publicados en prensa de uno de sus máximos representantes, inserto en la corriente de pensamiento anarquista: José Cabrera Díaz, cuyo curriculum lo dice todo. Periodista, líder sindical y, además, defensor a ultranza de la educación racionalista y de la creación de escuelas populares, destinadas a erradicar —desde la alfabetización y cultura— las prácticas caciquiles existentes en el Archipiélago.

  3. Norma y uso: las ideas educativas en Juan de Robles / Etymology and use: The educational ideas of Juan de Robles

    Alejandro Gómez Camacho

    2014-10-01

    Full Text Available Resumen: Juan de Robles es uno de los más brillantes humanistas de nuestro Siglo de Oro, entre cuyas obras destaca El culto sevillano (1631. En este trabajo se analizan sus ideas educativas, centradas en la relación entre la ortografía y el aprendizaje de la escritura. Entre las ideas pedagógicas de Juan de Robles es muy relevante el rechazo vehemente de la ortografía fonética, entre otros motivos, porque no favorecía el aprendizaje de la lectura y de la escritura; en consecuencia, censura la creación de nuevas letras y de un nuevo orden para el alfabeto español. Los ortógrafos defensores de la ortografía fonética en el siglo XVII argumentaban que la nueva escritura permitiría a los niños aprender a leer y a escribir con más rapidez y facilidad; así como que la creación de nuevas letras y el establecimiento de un nuevo orden del alfabeto facilitarían su enseñanza. Frente a estas pretensiones, Juan de Robles defendió el alfabeto tradicional y la ortografía etimológica de origen latino porque eran los instrumentos adecuados para la alfabetización en nuestra lengua. También critica los colegios jesuitas y la Ratio Studiorum; las principales discrepancias entre la pedagogía de la Compañía de Jesús y las ideas educativas de Juan de Robles podrían concretarse en la primacía del español sobre el latín, y en el uso de cuentos y refranes populares para la educación en El culto sevillano. En conclusión, con la obra de Juan de Robles se incorpora definitivamente el argumento pedagógico que relaciona la ortografía y la gramática españolas con el aprendizaje de la lectura y de la escritura a la polémica sobre la ortografía española del Siglo de Oro, en defensa de la ortografía etimológica frente a las pretensiones de imponer una ortografía fonética en el primer tercio del siglo XVII. Abstract: Juan de Robles is considered one of the main humanists in the Spanish Golden Century. The most important of his works is

  4. Chemical Water Quality Assessment in Selected Location in Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria

    G.G. Jidauna

    2014-05-01

    Full Text Available The study examined well water quality (chemical in Jos metropolis which it collected a total of twenty water samples that were taken for laboratory analysis. The stratified systematic random method was used in the selection of sample area/location. A total of (10 out of the existing (20 wards were systematically selected, while in each of the wards, two wells with one each from higher and lower elevations were randomly selected in which water samples were collected. The samples collected were analyses at UNICEF (WATSAN Laboratory Bauchi. USEPA method of water analysis was used to test for the chemical parameters. Pearson product moment correlation co-efficient was used test for the relationship between high and low elevation in the sample elements, as well as mean and standard deviation. The results indicates that pH, E.C, TDS, Pb, As and Cyanide appears within NSDWQMPL, while NO2, Cl, F, Mn, Mg, Ca, Cu, Zn, CaCo3 and Cr marginally falls within acceptable standard for drinking water quality maximum permitted limit. Consequently, NO3, SO4, Fe and CaCo3 in some parts of Jos metropolis fall outside acceptable standard of NSDWQMPL. Moreover, pH, E.C, TDS, Pb, NO2, NO3, Cl, F, Mn, Cr, As, Cu, Zn, showed that there is no significant relationship within the individual elements in regards to elevation (high and low in the study area whereas, SO4, Fe, Mg, Ca, CaCo 3 and CaCo3 showed that there is significant relationship in elevation (high and low among the individual sample elements. The study concludes that well water quality through chemical assessment in Jos metropolis is not fit for drinking. It recommends sensitizations campaign on the importance of clean water, sanitation, enforcement of existing laws and more research be undertaken to cover for seasonal variation, more elements and sample size.

  5. Juan Antonio Rubio appointed as Director-General of CIEMAT

    2004-01-01

    Juan Antonio Rubio, Head of CERN's ETT unit (Education and Technology Transfer) has been appointed by the Spanish Ministry of Education and Science as the Director General of the Research Centre for Energy, Environment and Technology, CIEMAT. Dr Rubio's career began at the Spanish Nuclear Energy Commission where he held the posts of Investigator, Head of the High Energy Group and Head of Nuclear Physics and High Energy Division. Later, he was named Director of the Department of Basic Investigation and Scientific Director of the CIEMAT. In 1987 he joined CERN as Scientific Adviser to the Director General and Group Leader of the Scientific Assessment Group. Up to now, Dr Rubio has been the Head of the ETT unit, as well as Coordinator for Latin America and Commissioner for the 50th Anniversary of the Organization. He was born on 4 June 1944 in Madrid, and holds a Doctorate in Physical Sciences from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid.

  6. Pelno (nuostolių) ataskaitos informacijos formavimas ir jos tobulinimo galimybės

    Česonienė, Nomeda

    2014-01-01

    Magistro baigiamajame darbe išanalizuota ir įvertinta pelno (nuostolių) ataskaitos informacijos formavimas ir ataskaitos tobulinimo galimybės. Iškelta pelno (nuostolių) ataskaitos informatyvumo įvairiems jos vartotojams problema bei pateikti siūlymai, kaip šią problemą spręsti. Pirmoje dalyje išanalizuoti ir susisteminti įvairių Lietuvos ir užsienio autorių teoriniai pelno koncepcijos aspektai bei pelno ataskaitų reglamentavimas nacionaliniu ir tarptautiniu lygiu. Antroje dalyje atlikta pelno...

  7. Un capítulo olvidado de la obra de José Bianco: El expediente

    Abad Caballero, Alvaro

    2016-01-01

    La obra  narrativa del escritor argentino José Bianco destaca por su brevedad y por su irregularidad de aparición. Su única novela extensa, La pérdida del reino­, fue comenzada en 1950, abandonada en 1955, retomada en 1970 y publicada en 1972. En sus cinco primeros años de gestación, algunos fragmentos aparecieron en diversas publicaciones. Es el caso de "El expediente", texto que ha permanecido en el olvido. Aunque su trama sería reutilizada en la versión definitiva de la obra, experimentarí...

  8. Smart Structures. La arquitectura inteligente de José Miguel de Prada Poole

    Cobo Arévalo, Antonio

    2014-01-01

    En 1968, el arquitecto español José Miguel de Prada Poole (Valladolid 1938) inicia sus investigaciones sobre Estructuras Pneumáticas de Respuesta Variable, influido por la cibernética y las incipientes técnologías de computación. La ciencia de la cibernética se basa en que tanto los humanos como las máquinas forman parte de un sistema de control y respuesta, es decir, un sistema de mensajes. Conocedor de las teorías de Norbert Wiener, padre de la cibernética, Prada Poole asumió el cambio de p...

  9. A conversation with José Joaquín Brunner

    Foro de Educación

    2015-01-01

    En esta ocasión, tenemos el placer de contar en nuestra entrevista con uno de los expertos más reconocidos a nivel internacional en el ámbito de las políticas de Educación Superior. Académico, investigador y político de dilatada experiencia y consolidada trayectoria, José Joaquín Brunner es actualmente profesor titular e investigador de la Universidad Diego Portales (UDP, Chile) y Director de la Cátedra UNESCO de Políticas Comparadas de Educación Superior. Además, fue director de la Facultad ...

  10. José Tejada Sáenz, visionario de la ingeniería colombiana

    Thénot Tejada, Sarah

    2014-01-01

    Este estudio muestra brevemente la vida y obra de José Tejada Sáenz, Ingeniero y empresario de la segunda mitad del siglo XX, reconocido por sus ideas visionarias, su talento profesional y su calidad como ser humano -- Una persona íntegra que con su sabiduría y conocimiento supo aprovechar las oportunidades que le dio la vida y hacer de esta una experiencia digna de ser contada -- Esta historia se enmarca en los elementos de carácter innovador, visionario y emprendedor del personaje, abarca d...

  11. José Avelino Canongia (1784-1842) : virtuoso e compositor

    Carvalho, Luís Filipe Leal de

    2006-01-01

    José Avelino Canongia (1784-1842), clarinetista português de ascendência catalã, foi, juntamente com o pianista Domingos Bomtempo, um dos mais aclamados virtuosos portugueses da primeira metade do séc. XIX. De Paris a S. Petersburgo, de Londres à península italiana, realizou incontáveis concertos nos melhores palcos europeus, sempre muito aplaudidos pelo público. Foi solista da orquestra do Real Theatro de S. Carlos, e, significativamente, o primeiro professor de clarinete d...

  12. Pensamiento arquitectónico en la obra de José Saramago tesis doctoral

    Parra Bañón, José Joaquín

    1999-01-01

    Intenta esta Tesis la justificación de las proposiciones implícitas en su título: Pensamiento arquitectónico en la obra de José Saramago; porque el título supone aceptar como línea de salid tanto el que existe ese tipo de pensamiento particularizado como el que ese autor concreto lo practica. Y es que el título no es un postulado a priori, sino un resultados que surge tras los primeros escarceos de la investigación (y de las sugerencias de la intuición) que se concretan en un proyecto de Tesi...

  13. El pensamiento político de José Ortega y Gasset

    Haro Honrubia, Alejandro de

    2015-01-01

    Las siguientes páginas versan sobre el pensamiento político de José Ortega y Gasset, mostrando –entre otras cosas– su evolución desde lo que sería el neokantismo de mocedad de Ortega hasta su madurez. Para cumplir con nuestro objetivo se ha recurrido a los escritos de Ortega, así como a autores especializados en su pensamiento. La historia del pensamiento político contemporáneo tiene una deuda contraída con Ortega que desde sus primeros escritos manifestó un claro interés por la política conc...

  14. In the land of giants: the legacy of José Dantas de Souza Leite

    Hélio A. G. Teive

    2015-07-01

    Full Text Available The authors describe the extraordinary contribution to science made by José Dantas de Souza Leite, who graduated from the Bahia School of Medicine and trained in Prof. Charcot’s Neurology Service under the supervision of Charcot’s most able pupil, Dr. Pierre Marie. Souza Leite presented his doctoral thesis on acromegaly, in Paris in 1890, and in the following year both him and Pierre Marie published a book on the subject, “Essays on Acromegaly”. This exceptional work established Souza Leite internationally as an important researcher, and the first Brazilian physician to contribute to the development of neuroendocrinology in an innovative way.

  15. San Juan Basin, CO and NM coal resources calculation area (sjbbndg)

    U.S. Geological Survey, Department of the Interior — This shapefile and polygon coverage outline the area underlain by the Fruitland Formation in the San Juan Basin, Colorado and New Mexico. Also, it delimits the area...

  16. Isopachs of net coal thickness, Fruitland Formation, San Juan Basin, NM and CO (sjbthkg)

    U.S. Geological Survey, Department of the Interior — This as a shapefile and coverage showing the isopachs of total net coal in beds greater than 1.2' thick for the Fruitland Formation, San Juan Basin, Colorado and...

  17. Environmental laws for mining activities in Provincia de San Juan (Argentina), gravel mines exploitation

    This paper analyses San Juan Province - Argentina prevailing environmental legislation for mining activity and gravel mines. The study focuses the subject from a mining engineering point of view. (author)

  18. Stenocercus doellojuradoi (Iguanidae, Tropidurinae: una nueva especie para la provincia de San Juan, Argentina

    Laspiur, Alejandro

    2006-05-01

    Full Text Available República Argentina, Provincia de San Juan, Depto. Valle Fértil, 3 km al norte de la localidad de Las Tumanas sobre la Ruta Provincial 510 (30°52’ S, 67°20’ W. COLECTOR: Alejandro Laspiur. FECHA: 25 /02/ 2006. MATERIAL DE REFERENCIA: Instituto y Museo de Ciencias Naturales, Universidad Nacional de San Juan: IMCNUNSJ 3000. Un ejemplar macho (LHC: 54 mm..

  19. Hydrologic data for the San Juan and Animas River valleys in the Farmington, Aztec, Bloomfield, and Cedar Hill areas, San Juan County, New Mexico

    McAda, D.P.; Shelton, S.G.

    1987-01-01

    In July 1985, the U.S. Geological Survey initiated a three-year study in San Juan County, New Mexico, to determine the concentrations of chemical constituents in the groundwater in the San Juan and Animas River valleys and to determine the direction and rate of groundwater flow and its relation to river stage. The study was conducted in cooperation with the San Juan County Commission and the New Mexico Oil Conservation Division. The data that was collected during the first 1-1/2 yr of the study is completed. The report includes well records for 51 wells and water levels from 23 wells, hydrographs from four observation wells and one river stage site, and available chemical analyses from 50 wells and 14 surface water sites. Water samples from six wells and one surface-water site were analyzed for purgeable organic chemicals; none were detected. (Lantz-PTT)

  20. THE SONG OF SONGS IN THE WORK OF LUIS DE LEON, SAN JUAN DE LA CRUZ Y JUAN GELMAN LANGUAGE, CHILDREN AND SPIRITUAL EXPERIENCE

    Geneviève Fabry

    2015-04-01

    Full Text Available This paper aims to study the intertextual traces dell Song of Songs in the work of Luis de León, San Juan de la Cruz and Juan Gelman from a particular point of view: the resonance in the vernacular of small biblical book as founder dimension of an experience spiritual, emotional and literary time. Choosing our corpus may surprise but, for one, would like to emphasize the importance of two pivotal moments in the reception of the Song: the Spanish Renaissance, whose approach to the Bible is enriched by new currents philological and exegetical of which Luis de León is a sublime representative; the late twentieth century in which an insistent intertextuality observed with sanjuanista work in one direction often foreign to Christian spirituality, as in the case of the Argentine Juan Gelman.

  1. Demistifikasi Tokoh Don Juan dalam La Nuit De Valognes Karya Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt

    Talha Bachmid

    2006-10-01

    Full Text Available Don Juan is a myth about a seducer, a man with many love adventures, a women’s heat conqueror, and many other predicates. Don Juan as a myth is well-known world wide over, appearing in about 50 writings such as novels, plays, operas. But a French writer Eric-Emannuel Schmitt proposes a new figure of Don Juan in his play La Nuit de Valognes (Night in Valognes: the seducer is judged by five victims and convicted to marry one of his victims in order to stop his adventures. Surprisingly, Don Juan accepts this verdict without conditions. This sudden change becomes the theme of the play: the demythification of Don Juan. A flash back scene shows the beginning of this change and the interpretations that might arise from here. One possible interpretation is proposed and discussed in this paper: Don Juan found the way to a purer love, which is the union with God, and decides to begin his journey. This play can thus be categorised as a sufi text.

  2. Fundamentinės ugdymo idėjos ir jų sklaida šiuolaikinėje edukologijoje

    Martišauskienė, Elvyda

    2006-01-01

    Straipsnyje aptariamos fundamentinės ugdymo idėjos, kurios siejamos su svarbiausiais veiksniais (prigimtimi, aplinka, ugdymu), darančiais poveikį žmogaus asmenybės raidai, ir dvasine žmogaus būtimi. Analizuojama, kaip šios idėjos skleidžiasi šiuolaikinėje edukologijoje, išlaikydamos tik atsitiktines sąsajas su dvasine žmogaus dimensija. Under evolving economic, political and social situation, education paradigm is also undergoing changes. It establishes new education possibilities, which a...

  3. José Carlos Mariátegui e o Brasil

    Luiz Bernardo Pericás

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available Este artigo discute especialmente a recepção da obra do jornalista e teórico marxista peruano José Carlos Mariátegui no Brasil, sua influência no meio acadêmico e político, e as diferentes leituras e abordagens de suas ideias no país, do final dos anos 1920 até a atualidade, assim como também mostra as tentativas de aproximação de JCM com artistas e intelectuais brasileiros.This article discusses primarily the reception of the work of the Peruvian journalist and Marxist theoretician José Carlos Mariátegui in Brazil, his influence in the academic and political milieu, and the different readings and approaches to his ideas in this country, from the late 1920's to the present day; it shows, as well, JCM's efforts to establish links and relations with Brazilian artists and intellectuals.

  4. Impact of Avian Influenza Outbreaks on Stakeholders in the Poultry Industry in Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria

    A.G. Balami

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available Avian influenza devastated the poultry industry and economy of Plateau State during the 2006 epidemic. A survey was conducted among some targeted stakeholders in the poultry industry in Jos north and Jos south local government areas of Plateau state using structured questionnaire to assess the impact of 2006 highly pathogenic avian influenza outbreak on their businesses. A total of 84 questionnaires were administered among the stake holders in the poultry industry out of which 76 (90.5% were returned and analyzed. The 76 stakeholders that returned their questionnaires included 8 (10.5% veterinary drug sellers, 6 (7.9% toll millers, 10 (13.2% commercial feeds distributors, 8 (10.5% feed raw material and 12(15.8% poultry equipment sellers, 15 (19.7% fowl and 17 (22.4% egg sellers. There was a sharp decline to complete loss of income by egg and bird traders and more than 50% decline in the sale of poultry drugs and vaccines, toll milled and commercial feeds, poultry raw materials and equipment. The epidemic had a significant negative impact (loss on toll millers (70% and commercial feed distributors (74%, fowl (60% and egg sellers (35%; poultry drug (50%, feed raw material (50% and poultry equipment sellers (55% and was more severe on commercial feed distributors. Poultry input providers should also be compensated as was done poultry farmers to minimize the effect of their losses.

  5. O diabo em Antônio José da Silva, o Judeu

    Kênia Maria de Almeida Pereira

    2011-11-01

    Full Text Available A novela Obras do diabinho da mão furada, escrito no século 18, por Antônio José da Silva, o Judeu, apareceu pela primeira vez em Portugal em forma de cordel. Percebe-­se, em sua composição, uma polifonia que mescla fontes populares e eruditas. O autor tece sua narrativa com fios emprestados das aventuras do Doutor Fausto às voltas com pactos, diabos, bruxas, além de referências acadêmicas e clássicas, como a Bíblia, a Divina Comédia, de Dante, e Dom Quixote, de Cervantes. Nas entrelinhas dessa narrativa, e em meio às urdiduras de suas metáforas intrigantes, Antônio José introduz severas críticas à sociedade lisboeta e à intolerância da Santa Inquisição Portuguesa.

  6. José María Arguedas aquém da literatura

    Marcos Piason Natali

    2005-12-01

    Full Text Available VOLTAR ao escritor peruano José María Arguedas hoje, em meio a discussões sobre a especificidade histórica e conceitual da literatura, pode permitir que vejamos com outros olhos sua defesa de uma teoria da representação em que a dicotomia fato/fetiche deixa de ter sentido. Se as narrativas transculturadoras da literatura hispano-americana de meados do século XX se ocuparam da transformação da religião em literatura, o que se vê em Arguedas é, ao contrário, a tentativa de ritualização da literatura e a defesa de algo que poderíamos chamar, talvez, de um direito a não ser literatura.A RETURN to Peruvian writer José Mar ía Arguedas today, amidst discussions regarding the historical and conceptual specificity of literature, may allow us to see in a new light his defense of a theory of representation in which the dichotomy fact/fetish loses its ground. If the narratives of transculturation in mid-twentieth-century Spanish American literature transformed religion into literature, in Arguedas what one sees is, on the contrary, the attempt to ritualize literature and defend something we could call, perhaps, a right to not be literature.

  7. Notas sobre la actitud de Juan de Mena hacia la astrología a propósito del libro de Sue Lewis : Astrology and Juan de Mena 's Laberinto de Fortuna

    Vicente García, Luis M.

    2004-01-01

    Se estudia la actitud de Juan de Mena hacia la astrología en el Laberinto de fortuna de Juan de Mena en respuesta sobre todo al trabajo de Sue Lewis: Astrology and Juan de Mena's Laberinto de Fortuna y otras interpretaciones que suponen elevados conocimientos de astrología en Mena. La actitud de Mena hacia la astrología es conservadora y consecuente con los otros modelos de dezires alegóricos. It is studied Juan de Mena's attitude towards astrology in his "Laberinto de Fo...

  8. Umbrales: La escritura cinemática de Juan Emar

    Wolfgang Bongers

    2014-07-01

    Full Text Available Este trabajo desarrollará la idea de que la escritura crítica, metaficcional y autorreferente de Juan Emar -desde las "Notas de Arte" (1924-1927 hasta el proyecto monumental de Umbral (1940-1964- puede comprenderse, por un lado, como espacio de resonancia de una estructura cinemática de percepción que se perfila como fundamental experiencia de vida durante la primera mitad del siglo XX. Por otro lado, sus textos, en diferentes niveles enunciativos, son parte de la conceptualización de esta misma experiencia. En este sentido, lo cinemático es un imaginario multiforme de la percepción del movimiento que culmina en el cine de vanguardia de los años veinte; mientras que lo cinematográfico se relaciona con el fenómeno del cine propiamente tal, sus posibilidades tecnológicas y los elementos que lo convierten en espectáculo. Estos polos tensionan la escritura de Emar en el nivel referencial, reflexivo, y estético-formal.

  9. Danger on mountain roads, Iglesia Department, San Juan, Argentina

    This paper is related to Mining Projects at Valle del Cura - Iglesia Department-San Juan Province-Argentina Republic. Basis for an Integrated Management of a Sustainable Mining.It aims at locating and analyzing natural dangers which may interfere high mountain paths, such as climatic, anthropic and/or tectonic factors since they may stop a region development. A hillside, a mountainside,a talus or a slope may have, due to their extensive areas, either lithological or structural variations which might determine the presence of un stability phenomena.The cordillera n Iglesia sector major dangers are related to mass displacement movements as a result of the great quantity of unstable detritus situated in valleys slopes.Landsat images, aerial photographs, topographic and geological maps data allowed to detect several sectors that may generate mass displacement movements, Arroyo de Aguas Negras rising sector was selected because it is on the right of National Route No. 150 trace. It is not only a national, but also an international route that connects Argentina and Chile.(author)

  10. Valstybinės darbo inspekcijos kompetencija ir jos įgyvendinimas

    Černiavskytė, Liudmila

    2014-01-01

    Valstybinės darbo inspekcijos kompetencija yra tiksliai apibrėžta Valstybinės darbo inspekcijos įstatyme. Akivaizdu, kad jos funkcijos yra plačios. Atsižvelgiant į tai darbe akcentuotas dėmesys į darbuotojų saugos ir sveikatos pažeidimus, nelegalaus darbo reiškinių prevenciją, darbo apmokėjimo įmonėse kontrolę, darbo laiko apskaitos pažeidimus bei vykdomą aktyvią, kryptingą visuomenės konsultavimo ir informavimo veiklą. Magistrinio darbo tikslas - atskleisti Valstybinės darbo inspekcijos komp...

  11. Tiempo y memoria en la poesía de José Emilio Pacheco

    Carmen Virginia Carrillo-Torea

    2014-10-01

    Full Text Available La poesía de José Emilio Pacheco se caracteriza por una constante reflexión acerca del tiempo. En este trabajo analizo cómo esta preocupación —común a pensadores como Bergson, Bachelard, Barthes y Ricoeur— se hace palabra en sus poemarios Irás y no volverás y La arena errante. El ser humano vive la ilusión de preservar los instantes, de hacerlos trascender; en los poemas, la fugacidad de la existencia y el cambio perpetuo que experimenta el hablante se contraponen al deseo de permanencia en el arte y la escritura.

  12. O teatro de bonifrates em António José da Silva, o Judeu

    Oliveira, José Luís

    2010-01-01

    António José da Silva deixou-nos um acervo bibliográfico que prova a extrema importância dos seus escritos, no contexto do teatro de marionetas e do teatro em língua portuguesa em geral. Com este trabalho de investigação procuramos analisar o teatro do Judeu, o seu modus faciendi, a relação deste com outras criações artísticas e o envolvimento da Igreja em relação às suas obras. Do seu espólio contamos com as denominadas óperas joco-sérias, peças de teatro cómico musicadas para bonifrates. Es...

  13. Há sátira em Antônio José da Silva?

    Carlos Junior Gontijo Rosa

    2011-10-01

    Full Text Available http://dx.doi.org/10.5007/2175-7917.2011v16n2p101 O presente artigo apresenta um estudo teórico sobre sátira e a sua possível aplicação à obra do dramaturgo português Antônio José da Silva, o Judeu. A partir de leituras de estudos teóricos sobre as questões da sátira, encontramos três definições aceitáveis do termo. Aplicados às peças O Precipício de Faetonte e Anfitrião ou Júpiter e Alcmena, constatamos que as teorias de sátira analisadas são rejeitadas ou não se adequam às peças do dramaturgo.

  14. O nacionalismo de José de Alencar em "O Jesuíta" (1875)

    Eliane Cristina Deckmann Fleck

    2006-01-01

    Este artigo tem a finalidade de apresentar uma proposta de investigação que se insere no esforço de implementar uma discussão sobre os intelectuais brasileiros no século XIX, junto à Linha de Idéias e Movimentos Sociais na América Latina do Programa de Pós-Graduação em História da Unisinos. Considerando o estágio em que se encontra a investigação, apresentamos dados preliminares e que recuperam, num primeiro momento, a biografia de José de Alencar, sua produção intelectual, sua inserção po...

  15. Reinventing Nationalism: Mexico in the Works of José Revueltas

    Jaime Marroquín

    2011-01-01

    José Revueltas fut l’un des premiers intellectuels mexicains à analyser la constitution idéologique du Mexique après la fin de la Revolucion de 1910. Dans son travail, il soutient que le Parti Communiste et plus généralement toutes les forces sociales organisées du pays furent utilisés de façon très habile par le parti au pouvoir afin de légitimer un nouveau régime « bourgeois » qui s’est toujours présenté comme « socialiste ». Les idées politiques de Revueltas ne sont aujourd’hui connues que...

  16. Prevalence and causes of ocular morbidity among commercial intercity vehicle drivers in Jos, Nigeria

    P D Wade

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available Background: To determine the prevalence and causes of ocular morbidity among commercial intercity vehicle drivers in Jos, Nigeria. Materials and Methods: A descriptive cross-sectional survey of registered commercial intercity vehicle drivers at the Bauchi Road Motor Park Jos. The study instrument was a pretested semi-structured questionnaire. Information obtained included demographic data, operational route, and ocular history. Each participant had a detailed ocular examination. The principal cause of visual loss for each eye and for the person was documented in accordance with WHO guidelines. Results: Two hundred and sixty eight 268 drivers were recruited and assessed (survey coverage: 82.5%. Their age ranged from 20-90 years (mean: 44.2, SD 9.2. Most 158 (71.5% respondents had ocular symptoms, the most common were difficulty in reading small prints 78 (35.3%, itching 56 (25.3%, and poor distant vision 17 (7.7%. Eight (3.6% drivers complained of glare. Ten (4.5% drivers had a visual acuity of <6/12 and thus did not qualify to possess a driving licence. The prevalence of ocular morbidity was 72.9% (161/221. The most prevalent ocular morbidities were presbyopia (42.5%, allergic conjunctivitis (26.2%, cataract (8.6%, refractive errors and pterygium (2.7%. One (0.5% respondent had advanced chronic glaucoma. Conclusion: A significant number of drivers do not have the minimum visual requirement for driver′s licensure. The prevalence of ocular morbidity among the drivers is high. The national policy on eye examination as a precondition for driver′s licensure and renewal should be enforced.

  17. José Martí, Viajes y Apreciación del Pueblo Maya

    Carlos Eduardo Bojórquez Urzaiz

    2015-09-01

    Full Text Available Este trabajo expone y examina los cambios de percepción que experimentó José Martí sobre el papel de los pueblos originarios de América, entre 1875 y 1878, años en los que vivió en México y Guatemala, con intensa escala en Yucatán, lugares donde conoció directamente la cultura y el pueblo maya. Martí resume una visión inicial de nuestra América en la figura lítica de Chacmool cuando después de ser expropiada por el gobierno yucateco, el Apóstol cubano la admira en la ciudad de Mérida y expresa que es la síntesis de las culturas americanas. Aspecto poco estudiado en la obra de Martí es este acercamiento etnográfico a la realidad maya de Yucatán y Guatemala.   This paper aims at presenting and examining the change of perception José Martí underwent in relation to the role of the native peoples of America between 1875 and 1878, the years he lived in Mexico and Guatemala, during which he spent a large amount of time in Yucatan, where he was able to get to know the Mayan culture and its people first hand. Martí summarized his initial vision of our America in the lithic figure of Chacmool, which he was able to admire in the city of Merida, after it had been expropriated by the government of Yucatan. The Cuban apostle described this as a synthesis of American cultures. This ethnographic insight into the Mayan reality in Yucatan and Guatemala represents a scarcely explored aspect of Martí's work.

  18. 78 FR 34125 - Notice of Inventory Completion: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, San Juan National...

    2013-06-06

    ... National Park Service Notice of Inventory Completion: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, San Juan National Forest, Durango, CO AGENCY: National Park Service, Interior. ACTION: Notice. SUMMARY: The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Forest Service, San Juan National Forest has completed...

  19. 78 FR 34128 - Notice of Inventory Completion: U.S. Department of Agriculture, U.S. Forest Service, San Juan...

    2013-06-06

    ... National Park Service Notice of Inventory Completion: U.S. Department of Agriculture, U.S. Forest Service, San Juan National Forest, Durango, CO AGENCY: National Park Service, Interior. ACTION: Notice. SUMMARY: The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Forest Service, San Juan National Forest has completed...

  20. 75 FR 55347 - Notice of Realty Action: Competitive Sale of Public Land Near Aztec in San Juan County, NM

    2010-09-10

    ... From the Federal Register Online via the Government Publishing Office DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR Bureau of Land Management Notice of Realty Action: Competitive Sale of Public Land Near Aztec in San Juan... acres within the Aztec city limits in San Juan County, New Mexico. The sale will be subject to...

  1. 33 CFR 334.1180 - Strait of Juan de Fuca, Wash.; air-to-surface weapon range, restricted area.

    2010-07-01

    ... 33 Navigation and Navigable Waters 3 2010-07-01 2010-07-01 false Strait of Juan de Fuca, Wash.; air-to-surface weapon range, restricted area. 334.1180 Section 334.1180 Navigation and Navigable... REGULATIONS § 334.1180 Strait of Juan de Fuca, Wash.; air-to-surface weapon range, restricted area. (a)...

  2. Successful operation of a cooperative SLR station of China and Argentina in San Juan

    HAN YanBen; E ALONSO; XIANG QingGe; HUANG DongPing; YIN ZhiQiang; LIU WeiDong; E ACTIS; R PODESTA; WANG TanQiang; GUO TangYong; QU Feng; A M PACHECO; AA GONZALEZ

    2008-01-01

    We introduced the observations and researches using a Satellite Laser Ranging (SLR) system with high precision,which was designed and made in China and installed in the Observatory of San Juan Uni-versity,Argentina,the capability of the system and the achievement of the cooperative procedure be-tween China and Argentina.The SLR station in San Juan,set up by China and Argentina,is quite sig-nificant for improving the distribution of SLR stations and enhancing the orbital coverage of the whole earth.Since the SLR system started to work in the Observatory of San Juan University in the beginning of 2006,the operation is rather good,and rich data with high precision have been obtained.Further plan of the cooperation for the near future is also presented.

  3. Meteorologically Driven Simulations of Dengue Epidemics in San Juan, PR.

    Morin, Cory W; Monaghan, Andrew J; Hayden, Mary H; Barrera, Roberto; Ernst, Kacey

    2015-08-01

    Meteorological factors influence dengue virus ecology by modulating vector mosquito population dynamics, viral replication, and transmission. Dynamic modeling techniques can be used to examine how interactions among meteorological variables, vectors and the dengue virus influence transmission. We developed a dengue fever simulation model by coupling a dynamic simulation model for Aedes aegypti, the primary mosquito vector for dengue, with a basic epidemiological Susceptible-Exposed-Infectious-Recovered (SEIR) model. Employing a Monte Carlo approach, we simulated dengue transmission during the period of 2010-2013 in San Juan, PR, where dengue fever is endemic. The results of 9600 simulations using varied model parameters were evaluated by statistical comparison (r2) with surveillance data of dengue cases reported to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. To identify the most influential parameters associated with dengue virus transmission for each period the top 1% of best-fit model simulations were retained and compared. Using the top simulations, dengue cases were simulated well for 2010 (r2 = 0.90, p = 0.03), 2011 (r2 = 0.83, p = 0.05), and 2012 (r2 = 0.94, p = 0.01); however, simulations were weaker for 2013 (r2 = 0.25, p = 0.25) and the entire four-year period (r2 = 0.44, p = 0.002). Analysis of parameter values from retained simulations revealed that rain dependent container habitats were more prevalent in best-fitting simulations during the wetter 2010 and 2011 years, while human managed (i.e. manually filled) container habitats were more prevalent in best-fitting simulations during the drier 2012 and 2013 years. The simulations further indicate that rainfall strongly modulates the timing of dengue (e.g., epidemics occurred earlier during rainy years) while temperature modulates the annual number of dengue fever cases. Our results suggest that meteorological factors have a time-variable influence on dengue transmission relative to other important

  4. Isotopic study of the aquifer in the Tulum and Ullum-Zonda Valleys, San Juan, Argentina

    An isotopic and hydrochemical study on groundwater from Ullum-Zonda and Tulum Valleys, San Juan province, Argentina, has been performed. Recharge areas and the different water types feeding the basin groundwater were determined. Gross isotopic differences among the San Juan river, originated in the high Cordillera de los Andes (δ18O = -16 per mille), rainwater over the surrounding hills (δ18O = -7 per mille) and the more positive local precipitation favoured this characterization. Also 14C content of twelve groundwater samples are presented. The interpretation of these results is discussed. (author). 9 refs, 3 figs, 2 tabs

  5. Incremento de dotación de agua dulce Jahuay-San Juan

    Romero Lucena, Eva

    2015-01-01

    El presente trabajo de aplicación profesional, consiste en proponer el diseño de la nueva infraestructura de abastecimiento de agua potable para la localidad de San Juan, Marcona. Se parte de un sistema existente y en funcionamiento con un caudal de 48 l/s compuesto por dos fases: un primer tramo de impulsión mediante bombas y un segundo de impulsión del flujo por gravedad. Debido al crecimiento de la población de San Juan de los últimos años, se ha planteado la necesidad de aumentar el cauda...

  6. Juan Larrea y Gerardo Diego: Poes??a en Traducci??n

    Rodr??guez Cerezales, Mar??a

    2011-01-01

    En esta tesis se estudian los aspectos de la poes??a de Juan Larrea (1895-1980) relacionados con la traducci??n. Se presenta un corpus exhaustivo de las traducciones de Gerardo Diego (1896-1987) de poemas de Juan Larrea constituido a partir de textos publicados y textos conservados en el archivo personal de Diego. Se analizan los mecanismos de la escritura francesa de Larrea intervenidos por la doble presencia del franc??s y el espa??ol y los aspectos de la misma que representan una especial ...

  7. A snapshot of environmental iodine and selenium in La Pampa and San Juan provinces of Argentina

    Watts, MJ; O'Reilly, J; Maricelli, A; Coleman, A.; Ander, EL; Ward, NI

    2010-01-01

    Soil and water samples were collected from farmsteads and provincial towns across the provinces of La Pampa and San Juan in Argentina. Inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry was used for the determination of iodine in water following addition of TMAH to 1% v/v and soils extracted with 5% TMAH. Iodine in agricultural soils was in the range of 1.3–20.9 mg/kg in La Pampa located in central Argentina and 0.1–10.5 mg/kg in San Juan located in the northwest Andean region of Argentina, compare...

  8. Human development in spaces of group boundaries : social and spatial borders between muslims and christians and their effects on the human development in Jos, Nigeria

    Hellvik, Hanne

    2012-01-01

    This thesis examines the social and spatial group boundaries between Muslims and Christians in Jos, Nigeria. Field work was carried out from October to December 2011. A qualitative research methodology based on semi-structured interviews, focus groups and participant observation provides the research framework of the study. Through an exploration of local perceptions on group relations between the Muslims and Christians in Jos, as well as how this relationship affects them, this thesis sheds ...

  9. Estudio comparativo del currículo de matemáticas ofertado en ingenierías por la Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas

    Edier H. Bustos; Edilberto Sarmiento; Esperanza Flórez

    2012-01-01

    This paper arises as a result of an investigation, which is characterized by qualitative, basic and applied their purpose in that final products will support curriculum reforms and adjustments possible in the area of mathematics. Possible to determine the current status of the mathema- tics curriculum of the University Francisco José de Caldas District; This has been studied in universities around the National Curriculum. These include the District University Francisco José de Caldas, Univers...

  10. José Bento Leite Ferreira de Melo, padre e político o Liberalismo moderado no extremo sul de Minas Gerais José Bento Leite Ferreira de Melo, priest and politic moderated Liberalism in the Minas southern

    Isaías Pascoal

    2007-06-01

    Full Text Available Este artigo procura explicitar a trajetória política do Pe. José Bento Leite Ferreira de Mello. Após atuar em várias legislaturas como deputado, foi escolhido senador em 1834 pela Regência. José Bento foi, por mais de 20 anos, um dos mais importantes representantes políticos do sul de Minas. Sua ação foi ampla. Padre, vereador, jornalista, criador de Partido Liberal em várias vilas do sul de Minas, criador da Sociedade Defensora da Independência e Liberdade Nacional, deputado e, finalmente, senador. Tornou-se o mais expressivo articulador político dos interesses da elite sul-mineira na Corte, ao mesmo tempo em que a engajava nos desafios da luta pela constituição do Estado Nacional brasileiro na versão desejada pelos liberais moderados.This article intent to show the politic trajectory of Pe. José Bento Leite Ferreira de Mello. After acting in various legislatures as deputy, he was chosen senator in 1834 by the Regency. José Bento was, for over 20 years, one of the most important politic representative of the south of Minas. His action was wide. Priest, counselor, journalist, creator of Liberal Party in different villages of the south of Minas, creator of the Protector Society of Independency and National Freedom, deputy and, finally, senator. He became the most expressive politic articulator of the south-miner elite in the Corte, at the same time that he was engaging it in the challenges of the fight for the constitution of the Brazilian National State in the version desired by the moderated liberals.

  11. [Dietary prescriptions for the elites of the kingdom of Navarre in the 16th century: the cases of Juan Rena and Juan de Alarcón].

    Serrano Larráyoz, Fernando

    2014-01-01

    The aim of this article is to present and analyse four dietary prescriptions from the 16th century prepared for Juan Rena, a cleric of Venetian origin, and his servant Juan de Alarcón, which are kept at the Archivo General de Navarra. These documents demonstrate the interest of the patients and physicians in dietetics, understood as a group of health and hygienic measures based on the Galenic res naturales and res non naturales. These four prescriptions are closely related to the ad personam or consilia health regimens, which represent a genre of medical literature whose significance in Renaissance Spain has received little attention. The cases studied reveal the high esteem in which the elites held the possession of therapeutic resources adapted to their individual needs, which were compiled and copied for personal use. PMID:24987786

  12. Ligonių slauga po trachėjos spindžio protezavimo "T" formos vamzdeliu

    Jančiauskienė, Sonata

    2014-01-01

    Trachėjos ir bronchų sužalojimai nėra dažna patologija chirurgijoje, tačiau dėl didėjančio avaringumo Lietuvos keliuose, daugėja politrauminių ligonių, kurie dėl įvairių kūno sužalojimų gydomi ilgalaike dirbtine plaučių ventiliacija (DPV). Iškart po traumos svarbu teisingai gydyti ligonį, kad kvėpavimo takuose nesusidarytų susiaurėjimas, dėl ko gydymas gali tapti gana sudėtingas. Tuomet, siekiant užtikrinti kvėpavimo takų praeinamumą, atliekamas trachėjos spindžio protezavimas „T“ formos vamz...

  13. Entender la diversidad familiar. Relaciones homosexuales y nuevos modelos de familia (José Ignacio Pichardo Galán)

    Maribel Blázquez Rodríguez

    2010-01-01

    Este libro que sale a la luz es el resultado de la investigación realizada por José Ignacio Pichardo para su tesis doctoral. Su estudio, como perfectamente refleja el título, se dirige a recoger los cambios que se han venido dando en el concepto de familia, en concreto las formadas por personas que mantienen relaciones sexuales con personas de su mismo sexo.

  14. Polityka rządu José Marii Aznara Lópeza wobec Kuby (1996-2004)

    Domejko-Kozera, Patrycja

    2008-01-01

    After the victory of People’s Party (Partido Popular) in the election on 3 March 1996 the government of José Maria Aznar with the foresight of protection of human rights and democratization adopted a strict policy towards Cuba, the country linked with Spain by numerous bonds: historical, linguistic, cultural, economic ones, not to mention relations of soieties. This change was the result of the strategy formulated by the PP government of alliance with the USA whose relations with Castro regim...

  15. José de Nebra, la devoción y la Santa Capilla de la Virgen del Pilar

    González-Marín, Luis Antonio

    2013-01-01

    [EN] Many autograph sources of the music composed by José de Nebra –organist and vice-master of the Royal Chapel, and simultaneously composer for the public theatres in Madrid–, as well as some facts of his life, reveal a highly religious personality. In fact Nebra –in some way and through various actions– contributes to the historical construction of one of the most notable Hispanic religious symbols: the cult devoted to the Virgin of El Pilar

  16. Tradução do ser e da verdade em José Marinho e Molière

    Cristina Marinho

    2010-01-01

    Theatre, beyond its original mystery and yet in itself, contains, according to José Marinho’s meditation, the human, intimate drama, the pungent experience of looking for nonrepresentable truth. As a convention representing the world, itself representing other worlds, Theater clarifies, in the same large, baroque Molière’s way, the same debate about truth and lie, Poetry and Philosophy confounded, light and shadow images altogether; Marinho’s liberating criticism converges with classical lite...

  17. An Assessment of Mining Activities Impact on Vegetation in Bukuru Jos Plateau State Nigeria Using Normalized Differential Vegetation Index (NDVI)

    Musa Haruna D.; Jiya Solomon N.

    2011-01-01

    The study area has a pathetic and deplorable condition of landuse/ landcover. The vegetal cover in the area has to be removed from the activities of tin mining which consequently resulted into adverse environmental effect such as erosion. Different forms of human induced stress such as tin mining and heavy rainfall have severely degraded soils on the Jos Plateau. Such degradation problems are also caused by deforestation, inappropriate farming system, bush burning and over-grazing which are h...

  18. Entender la diversidad familiar. Relaciones homosexuales y nuevos modelos de familia (José Ignacio Pichardo Galán

    Maribel Blázquez Rodríguez

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available Este libro que sale a la luz es el resultado de la investigación realizada por José Ignacio Pichardo para su tesis doctoral. Su estudio, como perfectamente refleja el título, se dirige a recoger los cambios que se han venido dando en el concepto de familia, en concreto las formadas por personas que mantienen relaciones sexuales con personas de su mismo sexo.

  19. Antigüedades mexicanas: memoria e intertextualidad en la poesía de José Emilio Pacheco

    Valeria Añón

    2008-01-01

    This article analyzes the various forms in which José Emilio Pacheco s collection of poems Antigüedades mexicanas interrogates the past and proposes the construction of a memory based on different moments of the history of Mexico which are approached from an ironic critical perspective. Such Mexican antiques are also ways of rewriting the American archive, a gesture that founds the relationship with the poetic word. Thus, they build a poetics which interweaves time, memory and literature as a...

  20. El modelo ideal de interactividad es la conversación. Entrevista a José Luis Orihuela

    Juan Salvador Victoria Mas

    2012-04-01

    Full Text Available José Luis Orihuela, "profesor universitario, conferenciante y bloguer" - tal y como él mismo se define-, habla sobre la interactividad como una potencia o una capacidad de los dispositivos (ordenadores y redes que actualiza o ejecuta el usuario en la medida en que inicia acciones que generan una respuesta por parte del sistema o de otros usuarios. Tras unas preguntas para adentrarnos en dicho concepto, Orihuela relaciona interactividad con diálogo y otros conceptos.

  1. Clinical and Pathological Investigation on Turkey Diseases in North-central City of Jos, Nigeria, 2009-2014

    Olatunde Babatunde Akanbi; Christiana Ibironke Odita; Philip Adeokemola Okewole; Christopher Jerry Bot; Adebowale Obalisa; Ezekiel Gyang Pam; Dakyahas John; Johnson Shallmizhili; Gabriel Ijale; Bulus Alim

    2015-01-01

    Information on turkey production and disease is rare in Nigeria, possibly because turkeys are seldom raised commercially. Also, turkeys require intensive husbandry and health care after hatching, which backyard poultry producers hardly provided especially, when raised in a disease endemic environment. In an attempt to document the diseases militating against turkey production in Nigeria, clinical and necropsy records were reviewed from veterinary practices in Jos and the Central Diagnostic La...

  2. Hydrothermal circulation within the Endeavour Segment, Juan de Fuca Ridge

    Johnson, H. Paul; Tivey, Maurice A.; Bjorklund, Tor A.; Salmi, Marie S.

    2010-05-01

    Areas of the seafloor at mid-ocean ridges where hydrothermal vents discharge are easily recognized by the dramatic biological, physical, and chemical processes that characterize such sites. Locations where seawater flows into the seafloor to recharge hydrothermal cells within the crustal reservoir are by contrast almost invisible but can be indirectly identified by a systematic grid of conductive heat flow measurements. An array of conductive heat flow stations in the Endeavour axial valley of the Juan de Fuca Ridge has identified recharge zones that appear to represent a nested system of fluid circulation paths. At the scale of an axial rift valley, conductive heat flow data indicate a general cross-valley fluid flow, where seawater enters the shallow subsurface crustal reservoir at the eastern wall of the Endeavour axial valley and undergoes a kilometer of horizontal transit beneath the valley floor, finally exiting as warm hydrothermal fluid discharge on the western valley bounding wall. Recharge zones also have been identified as located within an annular ring of very cold seafloor around the large Main Endeavour Hydrothermal Field, with seawater inflow occurring within faults that surround the fluid discharge sites. These conductive heat flow data are consistent with previous models where high-temperature fluid circulation cells beneath large hydrothermal vent fields may be composed of narrow vertical cylinders. Subsurface fluid circulation on the Endeavour Segment occurs at various crustal depths in three distinct modes: (1) general east to west flow across the entire valley floor, (2) in narrow cylinders that penetrate deeply to high-temperature heat sources, and (3) supplying low-temperature diffuse vents where seawater is entrained into the shallow uppermost crust by the adjacent high-temperature cylindrical systems. The systematic array of conductive heat flow measurements over the axial valley floor averaged ˜150 mW/m2, suggesting that only about 3% of

  3. Reinventing Nationalism: Mexico in the Works of José Revueltas

    Jaime Marroquín

    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available José Revueltas fut l’un des premiers intellectuels mexicains à analyser la constitution idéologique du Mexique après la fin de la Revolucion de 1910. Dans son travail, il soutient que le Parti Communiste et plus généralement toutes les forces sociales organisées du pays furent utilisés de façon très habile par le parti au pouvoir afin de légitimer un nouveau régime « bourgeois » qui s’est toujours présenté comme « socialiste ». Les idées politiques de Revueltas ne sont aujourd’hui connues que par une poignée de lecteurs fidèles alors même qu’elles fournissent un cadre critique indispensable pour comprendre la re-définition idéologique du Mexique aujourd’hui.Jose Revueltas was one of the first Mexican intellectuals to analyze the ideological creation of 1910 post-revolutionary Mexico. He argues that the Communist Party and in general the organized social forces of the country were masterfully used by the party in power to legitimize a new "bourgeois" regime which always posed as a "socialist" one. His ideas are only known today by a handful of loyal readers, even though they provide an indispensable critical framework for the understanding of today’s new ideological re-definition of Mexico.José Revueltas fue uno de los primeros intelectuales mexicanos en analizar la creación ideológica de México tras la Revolución de 1910. En su obra, afirmaba que el Partido Comunista y, en general, todos los movimientos sociales organizados del país, fueron usados con enorme habilidad por el partido en el poder para legitimar a través de ellos un nuevo régimen “burgués” que se definió a sí mismo como “socialista”. Las ideas políticas de Revueltas son conocidas hoy tan sólo por sus lectores más devotos ; sin embargo éstas proveen un marco crítico indispensable para un análisis contemporáneo de la nueva redefinición ideológica de México.

  4. José Medina Echavarría y la sociología del desarrollo

    Juan Jesús Morales Martín

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available Este artículo presenta un recorrido por el pensamiento del sociólogo español José Medina Echavarría, cuya obra ha mantenido un sentido de permanencia dentro de las ciencias sociales latinoamericanas. Medina Echavarría puso en práctica, en Latinoamérica, la sociología del desarrollo, introduciendo la importancia de lo social. Medina sostuvo que el desarrollo no implica exclusivamente el logro de metas económicas, sino que también ha de suponer la consecución de fines democráticos. A lo largo de su carrera, Medina asumió los planteamientos weberianos para definir, entre otros aspectos, qué fuerzas espontáneas pueden cambiar la sociedad. El aporte de Medina Echavarría se podría resumir en tres puntos esenciales: la comprensión de una sociología concreta de corte culturalista e historicista; el encuentro y el entendimiento de la sociología latinoamericana con otras disciplinas académicas, particularmente con la ciencia económica; la sociología y la ciencia como instrumento al servicio del hombre.This article presents a journey through the thought of Spanish sociologist José Medina Echavarría, whose work has maintained a sense of permanence within Latin American social sciences. Medina Echavarría put into practice in Latin America the sociology of development, introducing the importance of the social. Medina maintained that development does not imply, exclusively, the achievement of economic goals, but that it also must assume the obtaining of democratic ends. Throughout his career, Medina assumed Weberian positions to define, among other matters, the spontaneous forces that can change society. Medina Echavarría’s contribution can be summarized in three essential points: the understanding of a concrete sociology of the culturalist and historicist type; the encounter and understanding among Latin American sociology and other academic disciplines, especially the science of economics; sociology and science as instruments at

  5. Mineralogy and thermal properties of kaolin from the San José (Oruro, Bolivia)

    Alfonso, Pura; Garcia-Valles, Maite; Martínez, Salvador; Amando Penedo, Lucio; Elvys Trujillo, Juan

    2016-04-01

    The San José mine, Oruro, Bolivia is known for provided a broad diversity of minerals. The San José Sn deposit is a Sn-Ag deposit composed of veins hosted in a complex of Miocene domes from monzonitic to dioritic composition within rhyolitic volcanic rocks hosted in Tertiary sedimentary rocks. Advanced argillitic alteration. is widespread in the surroundings of the deposit. Kaolinitization reach industrial importance and the kaolinitized rock is exploited, however it was not already been characterised. In this study we present a preliminary mineralogical and thermal characterization to determine the industrial applications of these kaolinitic materials. A sampling of the kaolinitized rocks in outcrops from the mining area was undertaken. The chemical composition of major and trace elements was determined by X-ray fluorescence (XRF). Mineralogy was obtained by powder diffraction X-ray (XRD) and infrared spectroscopy (FTIR). Quantitative determination of phases was obtained by the Rietveld refinement method using the Fullprof software. Thermal properties were determined by differential thermal analysis-thermo gravimetry (DTA -TG) and dilatometry. Mineral phases determined are mainly quartz (54-55 wt. %), kaolinite (7-8 wt. %), K-feldspar (8-19 wt. %), muscovite (16-17 wt. %), plagioclase up to 3 wt. %, alunite up to 8 wt% and gypsum up to 4 wt%. DTA -TG show a first endothermic event related to the dehydration of gypsum, with a loss weight of 0.4 wt%. An endothermic peak corresponding to the loss of the OH- groups of kaolinite occurs about 520 °C and an exothermic, at 980 °C, due to the crystallization of the mullite phase. The endothermic peak is attributed to the transformation of kaolinite in metakaolinite: Al2Si2O5 (OH)4  Al2Si2O7 + 2H2O and the dehydroxilation of alunite; the loss weight associated with this event is 2.9-3.2 wt%. The exothermic peak is caused by the formation of mullite: 3Al2Si2O7  Al6Si2O13 + 4SiO2. Another loss weight, of 3wt%, is

  6. Vigencia Política de José Martí

    María Luisa Laviana Cuetos

    2015-09-01

    Full Text Available Semblanza del escritor y político cubano José Martí (1853-1895, con especial atención a la vigencia de su pensamiento ético, base de su permanente actualidad. Martí fue el organizador y líder de la última guerra americana contra el colonialismo europeo clásico, pero el sentido profundo que dio a esa lucha la convirtió en una verdadera guerra de liberación nacional: el primer movimiento concreto contra el imperialismo. Entre los rasgos más originales del pensamiento martiano están: la proclamación de la igualdad de razas; la búsqueda de la superación de las diferencias de clase mediante el equilibrio de las fuerzas sociales; la reivindicación de la solidaridad hacia los humildes como un deber; la predicación de una “guerra sin odios”, que debía ser obra del pueblo y no de líderes; la comprensión y definición de Nuestra América; la insistencia en la necesidad de una descolonización cultural latinoamericana; y el antiimperialismo.   This paper is a sketch of the Cuban writer and politician José Martí (1853-1895, with special attention to the validity of his ethical thinking, which is the basis of his permanent relevance. Martí was the organizer and leader of the last American war against European colonialism, but the deep commitment he made to that struggle turned it into a war of national liberation, the first concrete movement against imperialism. Among the most original features of Martí’s thought are the proclamation of the equality of races; the search for overcoming class differences through the balance of social forces; solidarity with the poor being considered a duty; the preaching of a “war without hates” that must be the work of the people, its leaders; the comprehension and definition of Our America; the insistence on the need, throughout Latin America, of cultural decolonization; and an anti-imperialistic stance.

  7. La autobiografía juvenil de José Cadalso

    Duran López, Fernando

    2002-12-01

    Full Text Available The brief autobiography written by José Cadalso in 1773, unknown until its discovery in 1967, has driven to some interpretations in many different and contradictory ways. This work has a great importance in order to describe Cadalso's personality, and it presuposes also an unique testimonial on the Spanish autobiographical literature of the eigteenth century. This paper aims at making a critical revision of the different readings included in that little work and try to study not only its style and structure, but also its selection of the biographical information found in the memoirs and its consecuent development. The conclusion is that Cadalso's work is an early autobiography in a modern sense, introspective and full OS moral and psychological preoccupations. This autobiography takes a distance from the rest of Spanish modern autobiographies in the fact of being a work written in Cadalso's young years, in the middle of incertitudes to the future and not with the intention of making an overview of his past life.La breve autobiografía de José Cadalso, escrita en 1773 y desconocida hasta su descubrimiento en 1967, ha dado lugar a interpretaciones muy diversas y contradictorias. Es una obra que posee un gran valor para caracterizar la personalidad de Cadalso y también supone un testimonio único dentro de la literatura autobiográfica en la España del siglo XVIII. En el artículo se efectúa una revisión crítica de las distintas opiniones vertidas sobre este opúsculo, se estudia su estilo, su estructura, la selección del material biográfico incluido en estos recuerdos y su desarrollo. La conclusión de este estudio caracteriza la obra de Cadalso como una precoz autobiografía de estilo moderno, introspectiva y dominada por inquietudes morales y psicológicas, que se distingue de todas las otras autobiografías modernas españolas por su condición de escritor juvenil, presidido por la incertidumbre ante el futuro antes que por el balance

  8. Las Orquídeas de San José de Suaita (Santander, Colombia

    González Garavito Favio

    2004-12-01

    Full Text Available Se presenta el tratamiento taxonómico de la familia Orchidaceae para la Inspección de Policía de San José de Suaita, municipio de Suaita, departamento de Santander, Colombia (73º 27’ O y 6º 9’ N, 1.550-2.100 msnm. Se registran tres subfamilias, 35 géneros y 91 especies, que
    representan el 12% de la flora local. Los géneros con mayor número de especies fueron Epidendrum con 15 especies, Maxillaria con 11, Pleurothallis con nueve, Dichaea con ocho y Oncidium con cuatro especies. En estos cinco géneros se reúne más del 50% de las especies de
    Orchidaceae de San José de Suaita. Cinco especies constituyen registros nuevos para Colombia y una de ellas es nueva para la ciencia. Así mismo, se encontró que el 75% de las especies son exclusivamente epífitas, el 22% son terrestres y el 23% restante crecen indistintamente como
    epífitas, terrestres o rupícolas. El tratamiento taxonómico incluyó claves, descripciones, ilustraciones y comentarios ecológicos, taxonómicos y corológicos, para los taxones registrados. Se evaluaron los caracteres morfológicos empleados en las descripciones, así como su variación en
    taxones considerados (subfamilias, subtribus, géneros. Así mismo, se presenta una evaluación de la distribución latitudinal y altitudinal para 75 de las especies, y se realiza el análisis de las afinidades florísticas de la orquideoflora de la zona con respecto a la de otras localidades neotropicales. Por último, se propone la inclusión de al menos 11 especies en la lista roja de plantas amenazadas con base en su distribución regional, nacional y local.

  9. Tragedia contemporánea y su posibilidad : Himmelweg de Juan Mayorga

    Maza, Lucía de la; Batlle, Carles

    2008-01-01

    Utilizando como ejemplo la obra Himmelweg, de Juan Mayorga, se pretende demostrar la existencia de la tragedia en el drama contemporáneo, estableciendo, primero, la posibilidad de un sentimiento trágico actual y, segundo, las bases de la dramaturgia contemporánea tras la crisis del drama expuesta por Peter Szondi.

  10. Colombia kunstnik Juan Manuel Echavarría Tallinnas / Kadri Karro

    Karro, Kadri

    2011-01-01

    Juan Manuel Echavarría külastab Tallinna 12.-15. aprillini 2011, 13. apr.-l toimub Eesti Kunstiakadeemia Rüütelkonna hoones tema artist talk. Kunstniku holograafiliste trükiste sarjast "Reekviem NN" (2008-2010), mida eksponeeritakse Tallinna 15. graafikatriennaalil Kumu Kunstimuuseumis

  11. 78 FR 72060 - Chimney Rock National Monument Management Plan; San Juan National Forest; Colorado

    2013-12-02

    .... Forest Service (USFS) planning regulations (36 CFR part 219) as allowed by the transition provision of the 2012 forest planning regulations. The 1982 planning regulations are available at http://www.fs.fed...; ] DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Forest Service Chimney Rock National Monument Management Plan; San Juan...

  12. Primer registro de Aplectana hylambatis (Nematoda, Cosmocercidae para anfibios de la provincia de San Juan

    Quiroga, Lorena B.

    2012-11-01

    Full Text Available La presente nota representa los primeros registros de parásitos (nematodos para anfibios de la provincia de San Juan. Además, se discute la variación morfológica de los nematodos encontrados con otras poblaciones de Argentina.

  13. PRELIMINARY GEOID MODEL IN SAN JUAN PROVINCE: A CASE STUDY IN THE ANDES

    Tocho, Claudia; Miranda, Silvia; Pacino, Maria Cristina; Forsberg, René

    2008-01-01

    A high-resolution and high-precision detailed gravimetric geoid has been computed for San Juan province in Argentina, ranging from 27 degrees S to 34 degrees S in latitude and 72 degrees W to 65 degrees W in longitude. The gravimetric geoid was calculated using the RTM method, a multiband spherical...

  14. Juan Linz ja eestlane Aleksander Kesküla / Kaido Jaanson

    Jaanson, Kaido, 1940-

    2002-01-01

    Eestlasest revolutsionääri Aleksander Kesküla elust Hispaanias aastail 1934-1963. Artikli aluseks on A. Kesküla Hispaania-perioodi väheste sõprade, eelkõige tänaseks rahvusvaheliselt tunnustatud sotsioloogi Juan Linz'i meenutused

  15. Seismic refraction studies in the San Juan Basin, Northwest New Mexico

    Evans, D.H.; Jaksha, L.H.

    1984-01-01

    The U.S. Geological Survey is studying some of the features of the earth's crust in the San Juan Basin region, northwest New Mexico. As a part of this study seismic refraction-reflection measurements were made in and around the basin using explosions and earthquakes as energy sources. Record sections and traveltime tables were derived from the measurements.

  16. La empresa 60 de las Empresas Morales de Juan de Borja. Posible origen textual de la imagen del caracol

    Martínez Sobrino, Alejandro

    2013-01-01

    ABSTRACT: The author of this essay argues that the source of the image of the snail from Juan de Borja’s 60th impresa of his Empresas Morales is textual, and that it can be traced back to the Picta Poesis by Aneau Barthèlemy. KEYWORDS: Source, Snail, Impresa, Empresas Morales, Juan de Borja, Picta Poesis, Aneau Barthèlemy.   RESUMEN: El autor defiende, en el presente artículo, que el origen de la imagen del caracol que aparece en la empresa número 60 de las Empresas Morales de Juan de Borja p...

  17. Recurrent Motifs: The Fiction of Time in José Manuel Caballero Bonald’s Poetry

    Olga Guadalupe Mella

    2012-02-01

    Full Text Available Time, memory and forgetfulness are recurring motifs in the work of the poets of the generation of the 50’s or generación del medio siglo. This article focuses on José Manuel Caballero Bonald’s personal revision of the concept of time, one of the most universal poetic themes. The poet takes his rhetoric from the Baroque tradition to re-visit ideas of time and provide a reinterpretation that contrasts sharply with that of contemporary poets while laying down a clear thread of intertextuality with the literary culture of the past. For his meditation on time, the poet's legacy results in a unique amalgam of Borges’ motifs and the Baroque worldview. From Quevedo’s intertext, the author’s new Baroque style blends poetic culteranismo and conceptismo with lexical precision to result in a lyrical universe that reconciles opposites, a poetic writing more nourished by knowledge than by experience, and a form of expression strongly embedded in the formal and conceptual systems of the Baroque.

  18. Between Liberalism and Nationalism in Mexico: the Economic Thought of José Yves Limantour

    Iliana Marcela Quintanar Zárate

    2016-02-01

    Full Text Available The objective of this paper is to ascertain the principles of the economic thinking of José Yves Limantour, and the changes they underwent, to explain the process of transformation of econo- mic liberalism which, as will be seen, tended more toward state intervention; this, incidentally, can be considered as the basis of economic nationalism as developed by the post-revolutionary governments. It follows, then, that the study of Limantour and his economic thinking seeks to explain the transformation process to which the Mexican liberal state was subjected in thelast decade of the 19th century and the first decade of the 20th. The study is divided into two sections, the first of which explores the general characteristics of the liberal state and its transfor- mations from the 1850s through to the 1900s. The second analyses the spheres of the Mexican economy that constituted the main focuses of Limantour’s interventions and regulation.

  19. Analysis of José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero’s nonverbal communication

    Imelda Rodríguez-Escanciano, Ph.D.

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available Aware of television’s high level of persuasion and impact, politicians have progressively adapted their messages to the guidelines of the audiovisual media in order to strongly persuade TV viewers, which are seen as potential voters. Currently, the communication, marketing and telegenicity teams of most political parties do not only train their politicians to effectively use verbal communication, but they also try to reinforce their non-verbal communications skills, because they understand that a really effective message is only created through the correct combination of both dimensions. This article presents an in-depth study of the nonverbal communication displayed by the Prime Minister of Spain, José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, during the first quarter of 2010 when a political topic predominated in the agenda: the financial crisis. Through content analysis, and a self-developed methodology, the study aims to decipher the strategic meaning of this political leader’s kinesic behaviour in the second edition of Telediario, the news programme broadcast by Spain’s Public TV Network (Televisión Española, aka, TVE.

  20. La palabra poética de José Ángel Valente

    Guillermo Aguirre Martínez

    2014-05-01

    Full Text Available La palabra poética, tal y como la comprende José Ángel Valente, atesorará valores propios, funciones distintas a las poseídas por el lenguaje empleado en el habla convencional. De este modo, frente a la naturaleza servil y relativa de esta última, la palabra poética podrá comprenderse como Logos, espacio donde la razón y la emoción quedan unidas para así despertar su pleno poder creador. La palabra poética, de acuerdo con Valente, presentará tintes sagrados en tanto que no obedece a una lógica causal sino que nos remite directamente a órdenes trascendentales. Desde esta perspectiva podremos comprender la función del poeta como una lucha a través del verbo por adentrarse en un grado de realidad más hondo, más verdadero, aspecto que estudiaremos a lo largo de este trabajo.

  1. Morirás lejos by José Emilio Pacheco, a Novel to Come

    Asunción del Carmen Rangel López

    2011-10-01

    Full Text Available This article presents a way to get into the reading of Morirás lejos (“You Will Die Far Away”, the only novel written by the Mexican poet José Emilio Pacheco. In the novel are displayed important features of the narrative structure, being emphasized the possible characters, potential narrators and virtual spaces where the story is developed. The novel can be seen as compilation of notes and drafts, in the sense that it is a deliberately unfinished narrative speech. The settlement of this proposal allows to support the idea of facing a non-ending novel, a novel that is in the writing process, a novel to come. In a nutshell, in Morirás lejos are told some moments of the history of the persecution of the Jewish people, and a merely fictional story in which the characters are eme and Alguien. A third story is woven throughout the text, and this is the story of the writing process of Morirás lejos.

  2. Modifications to ESSEA Curriculum at San José State University: Adapting to Teachers' Needs

    Messina, P.; Metzger, E. P.; Sedlock, R. L.

    2003-12-01

    San José State University's Geology Department and Program in Science Education piloted their ESSEA program in spring 2003. The initial offering, the High School Course, drew teachers from California and New York. Formative feedback and summative evaluations from participants suggested that the curriculum could be modified to serve its target audience more effectively. Dialog with other ESSEA P.I.s confirmed that many of these suggestions were aligned to the needs of teachers in other states. In summer 2003 SJSU's ESSEA team revised the High School Course in response to these discussions. The revised course contains three 4-week cycles (instead of four 3-week cycles), a slight decrease in group activities and increase in individual assignments, and required readings on "Netiquette." This revised curriculum was shared with four other ESSEA institutions before the start of classes in fall 2003. Future plans include the substitution of one of the existing 4-week cycles with another that focuses on the cosmosphere, and how the Earth spheres may affect and/or respond to more distant influences. Doing so would further benefit teachers by allowing the ESSEA course to satisfy subject matter competency in the geosciences, a requirement of the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing and counterpart authorities in other states.

  3. Intermittent noninvasive ventilation at San José Hospital in Chile: report of a German donation.

    Arellano Maric, M P; Roldán Toledo, R; Huttmann, S E; Storre, J H; Windisch, W

    2015-03-01

    Home mechanical ventilation is currently expanding in Chile, but its application along the country is hindered by financial and geographical reasons. In 2006 the San José Hospital in Santiago de Chile developed a non-invasive ventilation (NIV) center as a strategy to overcome the limitations of ventilator availability from public resources. Since then, this center provides intermittent diurnal sessions of NIV to patients with chronic hypercapnic respiratory failure. In 2013, a collaboratory work between the Chilean doctors, the German Interdisciplinary Society of Home Mechanical Ventilation (DIGAB = Deutsche Interdisziplinäre Gesellschaft für Außerklinische Beatmung) and the German non-invasive (NIV) home care provider "Heinen und Löwenstein" organized a donation of 100 second-hand ventilators (BiPAP Synchrony; Respironics, USA) including masks and tubing systems, which were provided by Heinen und Löwenstein. The ventilator devices arrived in Santiago in January 2014. Since then, the following initiatives have been launched: 1) the establishment of a domiciliary mechanical ventilation program independent of governmental founding, 2) NIV setting-titration, 3) renewal of ventilators at the hospital's intermittent NIV unit. Future goals are the establishment of a rehabilitation unit with concomitant NIV therapy and a clinical research program. Therefore, the German donation of ventilators and equipment has a reported impact on the development of NIV in Chile. PMID:25629262

  4. Some Topics in Relation to José Celestino Mutis and Medicine

    Leonardo Palacios Sánchez

    2008-07-01

    Full Text Available José Celestino Mutis showed different interestareas of study and worked in multipleknowledge fields: mathematics, mineralogy, astronomy,zoology and botanic, the one in whichis best known. However, he was a medical doctor,whit profound an up to date knowledge. Hestudied at Sevilla University, and in the RoyalCollege of Cadiz. He arrived to the “NuevoReino de Granada” as personal medical doctorof the the viceroy Pedro Messía de la Cerda andduring 47 years, period of time he lived there,he always exercised his profession. We showeda special interest in the study of cinchona andthe only work he published was El Arcano dela quina. He advised in public health manyviceroys and he contributed in different fieldsbut particularly in the prevention of smallpoxby inoculation. He played a decisive role in thereopening of the medical school of the ColegioMayor de Nuestra Señora del Rosario. Someof his achievements justifies the appellative“Father of the Medicine in Colombia”.

  5. A tribute to josé maría ("chema") cantú.

    Penchaszadeh, Victor B; Rojas-Martinez, Augusto; Llerena, Adrián

    2014-03-01

    José María ("Chema") Cantú (1938-2007), born in Mexico, was a pioneering, loved and respected leader in medical and human genetics and bioethics in Latin America. He graduated as a physician in Mexico and then trained in medical and human genetics in France and the United States. He was instrumental in developing a first-rate research, training and genetic services program in medical and human genetics in Guadalajara, in northwestern Mexico. He acted forcefully at national, regional and international levels to promote scientific development through collaboration and education in science and humanities, while he simultaneously strived for justice, peace, love and human rights. He attained some of the highest honors a scientist and humanist could aspire to as well as the recognition of the communities he served. Hundreds of disciples throughout Latin America and the world have been inspired by his vision of a better world through the conjunction of science, respect for humankind, ethics and love. PMID:24764766

  6. A Tribute to José María (“Chema”) Cantú

    Penchaszadeh, Victor B.; Rojas-Martinez, Augusto; Llerena, Adrián

    2014-01-01

    José María (“Chema”) Cantú (1938–2007), born in Mexico, was a pioneering, loved and respected leader in medical and human genetics and bioethics in Latin America. He graduated as a physician in Mexico and then trained in medical and human genetics in France and the United States. He was instrumental in developing a first-rate research, training and genetic services program in medical and human genetics in Guadalajara, in northwestern Mexico. He acted forcefully at national, regional and international levels to promote scientific development through collaboration and education in science and humanities, while he simultaneously strived for justice, peace, love and human rights. He attained some of the highest honors a scientist and humanist could aspire to as well as the recognition of the communities he served. Hundreds of disciples throughout Latin America and the world have been inspired by his vision of a better world through the conjunction of science, respect for humankind, ethics and love. PMID:24764766

  7. El blocao (y el bloqueo de José Díaz Fernández

    Luis Fernando Bueno Morillas

    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available El blocao (1928 fue la primera novela de José Díaz Fernández. Supuso un éxito editorial insólito hasta entonces porque reunía tres características novedosas: una actitud crítica ante la guerra de Marruecos, una integración de las novedades vanguardistas en la que su autor llamó literatura de avanzada y un posicionamiento del intelectual al lado de las reivindicaciones del pueblo. Sin embargo, aunque publicó otra novela un año después (La Venus mecánica, un libro teórico en el que definía la literatura que él propugnaba y practicaba (El nuevo romanticismo y algunas narraciones breves, Díaz Fernández se bloqueó y dejó la literatura narrativa que tan buenas expectativas levantó. Analizaremos las posibles causas de ese bloqueo.

  8. Digital Geologic Map of San Juan Island National Historical Park and vicinity, Washington (NPS, GRD, GRE, SAJH, SAJH digital map)

    National Park Service, Department of the Interior — The Digital Geologic Map of San Juan Island National Historical Park and vicinity, Washington is composed of GIS data layers complete with ArcMap 9.2 layer (.LYR)...

  9. 2009 Puget Sound LiDAR Consortium (PSLC) Topographic LiDAR: San Juan County and Lummi Island, Washington

    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — The dataset encompasses portions of San Juan and Whatcom counties in northwest Washington. The surveyed area is approximately 222 square miles. The LAS V1.1 files...

  10. Data points (drill locations) used to assess coal resources in the San Juan Basin, CO and NM (sjbptsg)

    U.S. Geological Survey, Department of the Interior — This is a shapefile and coverage of data points used in the assessment of coal resources of the Fruitland Formation in the San Juan Basin, Colorado and New Mexico....

  11. Ang Kasaysayan at Panitikan sa Pagbuo ng Bayan: Rebyu ng Nobelang The Feet of Juan Bacnang ni F. Sionil Jose

    Moreal Nagarit Camba

    2013-01-01

    Mababasa sa The Feet of Juan Bacnang (2011), ang pinakabagong nobela ni F. (Francisco) Sionil Jose o Frankie sa kanyang mga kaibigan, ang mahigpit na ugnayan ng manunulat at ng kanyang bayan. Siya ang nagsisilbing zeitgeist ng maraming panahon; ang espiritu at boses ng nakaraan at kasalukuyan, isang manunulat na kumakatha ng mga akdang sumasalamin sa mayamang karanasan at kasaysayan ng kultura at lahing pinag-usbungan. Kung saan ang kanyang nobelang Juan Bacnang, katulad ng iba pa niyang naun...

  12. Health seeking behavior of physicians at the Jos University Teaching Hospital

    P A Agaba

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available Background: Physicians who have the task of caring for the sick also need to be cared for when they take ill. Healthseeking habits of physicians have been found to be poor in most developed countries. Utilization of health services by physicians in developing countries is not known. We sought to describe the health seeking habits of physicians in Nigeria. Materials and Methods: A cross-sectional survey was carried out among physicians at the Jos University Teaching Hospital, a tertiary referral health facility in North-central Nigeria. A pre-tested questionnaire was administered to physicians to get information on their self-reported health seeking habits. Results: Self prescription was practiced by 98.6% of the physicians, with antimalarials being the most prescribed drugs (62.5%. Only 46.9% consulted another physician when they take ill, although 78.2% felt they needed a family physician. Many (23.8% of respondents treated their family members when last sick. The major factors considered by the respondents in choosing the physician they consulted were the specialty of the physician consulted (42.2%; the physician being in the same unit with them (38.5%, and friendship (15.6%. Four (3.7% of the respondents would not consider any particular factor for choosing a physician if they have to. Conclusion: This study showed that a large proportion of physicians self-medicate and a few have family physicians. Guidelines need to be instituted to regulate self-prescribing among physicians in Nigeria. The role of family physicians in primary care needs to be emphasized.

  13. Maternal overweight/obesity characteristics and child anthropometric status in Jos, Nigeria

    Collins John

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available Objective: This study is to determine the pattern of overweight and obesity and its relationship with childhood anthropometric status in Nigeria. Materials and Methods: This cross-sectional study was conducted in Jos, Nigeria. Interviewer administered questionnaire was used in data collection. Maternal and child anthropometric measurements were obtained using standard WHO methods. Child anthropometric Z scores were obtained from WHO Anthroplus while BMI of mothers were also determined. Totally, 262 mother-child pairs were recruited. Results: Mean maternal age and mean child age were 30.8 ± 6.3 yrs (15-47 yrs and 22.3 ± 18.7 months (3-72 months. Prevalence of maternal underweight, overweight and obesity was 4.2% (11/262, 29.4% (77/262 and 25.9% (68/262, respectively. Child overweight/obesity was 5.4% (14/262, severe under-nutrition 5.7% (15/262. Mean maternal BMI was higher in the older, more educated and higher socioeconomic status (SES. Child mean birth-weight, weight-for-age Z-score and BMI-for-age Z-score (BAZ were higher among mothers with BMI ≥ 25 kg/m 2 . All large-for-age babies were in mothers with maternal BMI ≥ 25 kg/m 2 . Childhood over-nutrition was more common in maternal BMI of ≥25 kg/m 2 . Overall, BAZ was directly related with maternal BMI, maternal age and birth-weight, although it was inversely related with maternal BM I ≥ 25 kg/m 2 . Conclusion: Higher BMI is seen in educated and higher SES mothers and this impact on childhood anthropometry.

  14. El Museo Pedagógico "José Pedro Varela" en Internet

    Susana Maggioli

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available Este trabajo propone hacer del Museo Pedagógico José Pedro Varela un Centro de Información interactivo a través del análisis de sus acervos bibliográficos y museísticos para su publicación en internet. La investigación incluye el enfoque de los siguientes aspectos: historia, actividades permanentes y temporales, exposiciones, salas, colecciones, servicios y publicaciones. Para lograr el acceso a los fondos museísticos se han implementado dos bases de datos: a Libros: la bilbioteca de investigación que contiene manuales de enseñanza y libros de pedagogía; y b Objet: objetos en exposición en diferentes salas, la cual permite la consulta interactiva a las imágenes y descripción respectivas a través de una interface de fácil manejo. Uno de los productos, el Sitio Web, refleja el tratamiento que se ha hecho de dichas áreas con el cual se pretende captar el interés del público diverso que puede acceder a él, a saber: investigadores, docentes, estudiantes de magisterio, niños, público en general, etc. a través de un portal interactivo, ágil, dinámico, de diseño modular, que incluye el uso de colores cálidos y atrayentes. El resultado que aquí se presenta es la primera etapa de un proyecto más embicioso que se encuentra en desarrollo y que culminará con la automatización de los acervos museísticos de la institución.

  15. José Martí entre los Hilos Ocultos del Reformismo Cubano

    María Caridad Pacheco González

    2015-09-01

    Full Text Available Este artículo discute hasta qué punto, tras la muerte de Martí, se generaliza en la isla de Cuba el desconocimiento de su obra literaria, la oposición a su pensamiento político y en consecuencia, un abandono a su discurso revolucionario y popular. Se describe el proceso con el que se generalizan las contradicciones entre los independentistas, en medio de la recuperación de su legado a manos de los emigrados. Luego de décadas de debates, se presentan las manifestaciones que exaltan su lucha nacionalista, la difusión de sus obras y la defensa de sus postulados e ideas, convirtiéndose los criterios martianos en la base ideológica de la nación cubana y del reformismo, en su tránsito de colonia a república.   This article discusses the extent to which, after his death, the literary output of José Martí became generally unknown, opposition to his political thought as well, resulting in the abandonment of his popular and revolutionary discourse. The contradictions among those in favor of Cuban independence is examined, with the recovery of Martí’s legacy left to emigrants. After decades of debate, praise of his nationalist struggle reappears, along with the diffusion of his oeuvre and the defense of his propositions and ideas, transforming the tenets of Martí’s thought into the ideological base of Cuban nationalism and reform, in the island's transition from colony to republic.

  16. Antibacterial Activity of Ethanolic Extract of Acalypha wilkesiana Leaves Growing in Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria

    Gotep, J. G.

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available Antibacterial activity of ethanolic extract of Acalypha wilkesiana leaves growing in Vom, Jos, Plateau state, Nigeria was carried out to verify claims by the locals of its medicinal properties. We tested the extract for activity against Staphylococcus aureus (G+, Yersinia enterocolitica, Escherichia coli, Salmonella typhi, Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Klebsiella aerogenes (G-. The extract exhibited activity against the organisms in varying degrees. In the agar diffusion test, Y. enterocolitica showed the highest zone of inhibition (18 mm at the highest concentration of extract tested (20 mg/mL while E. coli, S. aureus, S. typhi, P. aeruginosa and K. aerogenes showed zones of inhibition of 17, 16, 15, 14 and 16 mm respectively. At extract concentration of 2.5 mg/mL, Y. enterocolitica and P. aeruginosa did not show any zones of inhibition while E.coli, S. aureus, S. typhi, and K. aerogenes showed zones of inhibition of 7, 6, 6 and 7 mm respectively. Below extract concentration of 2.5 mg/mL, there was no zone of inhibition observed with any organism. The MIC of the extract against the organisms was 5 mg/mL except on S. aureus where the MIC was 2.5 mg/mL. The MBC of the extract was 10 mg/mL against Y. enterocolitica, S. typhi, P. aeruginosa and K. aerogenes, 5 mg/mL against E. coli and S. aureus. Preliminary phytochemical testing revealed the presence of tannins, steroids, flavonoids and cardiac glycosides while saponins, alkaloids and anthraquinones were not present. The result gives scientific backing to the use of the leaves by the local people in the treatment of conditions usually associated with the organisms tested.

  17. Aroideas comestibles de San José de Suaita (Suaita, Santander, Colombia

    Linares Castillo Édgar Leonardo

    2005-07-01

    Full Text Available En este trabajo se desarrolló un estudio etnobotánico sobre las Aroideas comestibles presentes en la Inspección de San José de Suaita, municipio de Suaita, departamento de Santander, Colombia, que incluyó un inventario de las especies, taxonomía popular, usos, forma de consumo, cultivo y distribución de estas plantas. Utilizando encuestas  estructuradas y entrevistas con los habitantes de la zona, se recopiló la información con base en el conocimiento de esta población. Se calculó el Valor de Importancia de las principales Aroideas y se evaluó la distribución cultural de cada una
    de las especies. Se encontraron cinco especies de la familia Araceae: el bore (Xanthosoma sp., el chonque (Xanthosoma sagittifolium, el chícul (Xanthosoma violaceum, la malanga (Colocasia esculenta y la papa de indio (Dracontium spruceanum. Se elaboró una clave para la determinación de las especies de aroideas comestibles en campo. El conocimiento, el uso y la distribución de cada una de las especies se vieron relacionadas entre sí. Se reportaron como usos la alimentación humana y animal y el uso medicinal de la especie Xanthosoma sagittifolium como antiparasitario. Las especies Xanthosoma sp., Colocasia esculenta, Xanthosoma sagittifolium y Xanthosoma violaceum son plantas que se
    encuentran cultivadas en las labranzas (áreas de cultivo o escapadas de cultivo, en los alrededores de las viviendas y las veredas. La especie Dracontium spruceanum se encuentra exclusivamente en estado silvestre y se restringe a la zona de La Meseta.

  18. "¡Y NO SE RÍEN DE ESTE LESO PORQUE ES DUEÑO DE MILLONES!": EL ASEDIO CÓMICO Y POPULAR DE JUAN RAFAEL ALLENDE A LA BURGUESÍA CHILENA DEL SIGLO XIX

    Maximiliano Salinas Campos

    2006-06-01

    Full Text Available La historia de las elites decimonónicas ha sido contada como la historia de un Olimpo tan elevado e inalcanzable como serio. Juan Rafael Allende logró en el mismo siglo XIX crear un mundo paralelo si no alternativo que derribó tanta sospechosa sublimidad. El gran autor satírico se hizo cargo del habla histórica de la plebe chilena que provenía en alguna medida de la Picaresca española de los siglos XVI y XVII con su anticlericalismo y su anticapitalismo visceral y carnavalesco. Prolongando este mundo al siglo XIX Allende lo convirtió en una dinamita contra la gravedad del Estado y del Mercado `en forma'. En particular, fueron atacados insignes representantes de la burguesía chilena como Eduardo Matte, Manuel José Irarrázaval, Agustín Edwards, Julio Zegers o Federico Varela. Ellos habían creado una nueva religión del dinero que Allende se apresuró a denunciar como una burda parodia del Dios cristiano. Había nacido en el país un nuevo credo, el "credo de los salitreros". El origen del pensamiento satírico de Allende tiene larguísimas raíces de las que no podemos obviar, además de la mencionada Picaresca, la tradición de la España hispano-árabe, que se rió de ricos y magnates en el mejor espíritu del Libro del Buen Amor y sus antecedentes musulmanesThe history of Chile's 19th-century elites has been narrated as an Olympian story: lofty, unreachable and grave. During the same century, writer Juan Rafael Allende managed to create a parallel, if not alternative world which demolished such suspect sublimity. The great satiric author appropriated Chile´s historic plebeian speech, somehow descended from the Spanish picaresque of the 16th and 17th centuries, adopting its visceral and carnival-like anti-clericalism and anti-capitalism. Projecting this mode into the 19th century, Allende turned it into a weapon to be used against the gravitas of the formal Market and State. In particular, his attacks were leveled against renowned

  19. EL CAMINO DEL INCA ENTRE TOCOTA Y VILLA NUEVA (VALLE DE IGLESIA, SAN JUAN) / The Inka road between Tocota and Villa Nueva (Iglesia Valley, San Juan)

    Alejandro García

    2011-01-01

    La vialidad estatal incaica en los valles longitudinales de la provincia de San Juan, en el extremo SE del Tawantinsuyu, ha sido objeto de diversas consideraciones durante el último siglo. Sin embargo, no se han realizado estudios específicos destinados a comprobar su existencia, la cual incluso ha sido negada recientemente. A fin de aclarar el tema se realizó el relevamiento de un sector del Valle de Iglesia. En este artículo se presentan los resultados de ese estudio, junto con una revisión...

  20. EL CAMINO DEL INCA ENTRE TOCOTA Y VILLA NUEVA (VALLE DE IGLESIA, SAN JUAN / The Inka road between Tocota and Villa Nueva (Iglesia Valley, San Juan

    Alejandro García

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available La vialidad estatal incaica en los valles longitudinales de la provincia de San Juan, en el extremo SE del Tawantinsuyu, ha sido objeto de diversas consideraciones durante el último siglo. Sin embargo, no se han realizado estudios específicos destinados a comprobar su existencia, la cual incluso ha sido negada recientemente. A fin de aclarar el tema se realizó el relevamiento de un sector del Valle de Iglesia. En este artículo se presentan los resultados de ese estudio, junto con una revisión y discusión de los antecedentes y de algunas ideas vinculadas con el tema. Fundamentalmente, se verifica la presencia del Qhapaq Ñan en la parte baja del sector analizado, se refuta la propuesta de que el trazado longitudinal principal se habría extendido por la parte alta del sector precordillerano y se sostiene que el tramo relevado fue recorrido por Debenedetti a principios del siglo XX, aunque sin advertir que se trataba del camino incaico.   Palabras clave: Inca; Camino del Inca; Dominación incaica; Collasuyo; San Juan   Abstract The Inka road system in the longitudinal valleys of San Juan province, in the southeastern end of Tawantinsuyu, has been subject of several considerations during the last century. However, no specific studies have been undertaken to verify its existence, which recently has been even denied. To clarify the issue we surveyed a section of Iglesia Valley. This article presents the results of that study, along with a review and discussion of the background and of some ideas related to the topic. Basically, the presence of the Qhapaq Ñan at the bottom of the surveyed sector is verified, and the suggestion that the main inka longitudinal route would have extended over the top of the precordilleran mountain region is refused. Also, it is argued that the analyzed stretch was traveled by Debenedetti in the beginnings of the twentieth century, but without realizing that it was the Inka road.   Keywords: Inka; Inka Road; Inka

  1. Brote de varicela en el Servicio de Oncología de hombres del Hospital San Juan de Dios, febrero-abril de 2004, San José, Costa Rica

    Sócrates Vargas-Naranjo

    2008-03-01

    Full Text Available Justificación y objetivo:La infección intrahospitalaria por varicela en adultos es infrecuente, a pesar de ser una enfermedad altamente contagiosa. Es reconocido que en adultos se presentan las tasas de letalidad más altas y por ello es importante analizar las características del presente brote y así determinar cuáles factores contribuyeron a que ocurriera, para recomendar acciones dirigidas a la prevención de un brote similar. Métodos: Se diseñó un estudio de casos y controles para identificar los factores asociados al brote por varicela en el hospital. La prueba de U de Mann-Whitney se utilizó para valorar diferencias entre casos y controles según edad, contacto entre pacientes, estancia hospitalaria y grupo de cama. El cálculo de los Odds Ratio ayudó a determinar la posible asociación entre las variables y la presentación de la enfermedad. Se recomendó la cuarentena del Servicio. Resultados:El primer caso de varicela ocurrió en febrero, al tercer día de su ingreso al hospital. Posteriormente, se presentaron 5 casos más. Al analizar las variables estudiadas, la curva epidémica y el período de incubación, la variable contacto entre los pacientes fue la más importante para mantener la existencia del brote p < 0,05; R = 25; [IC95%]=2,3 - 275,7. Conclusión:Se confirmó la transmisión persona-persona de la varicela como fuente principal de contagio en el hospital. Si bien la cuarentena permitió detener el brote, se deben tomar medidas más prácticas y menos costosas, que prevengan la aparición de un brote similar.

  2. Les philosophes de l’exil républicain espagnol de 1939. Autour de José Bergamín, Juan David García Bacca et María Zambrano

    Fœhn, Salomé

    2012-01-01

    L’exil est par nature politique. La langue espagnole a ceci de spécifique que la dimension politique est inséparable de la dimension métaphysique. La philosophie de l’exil républicain espagnol : une philosophie fantôme ? Elle se constitue de trois chapitres, dans lesquels il s’agit de contextualiser et de problématiser la réception de la philosophie de l’exil républicain espagnole avant d’en montrer le double versant métaphysique et stylistique. Vers une historiographie philosophique de l’e...

  3. El lenguaje cinematográfico en la literatura de Juan José Saer y Antonio Di Benedetto: los casos de “Declinación y Ángel” y “Sombras sobre vidrio esmerilado”

    Larisa Maite Colón Rodríguez

    2015-07-01

    Full Text Available Benedetto and Saer participated in film projects as scriptwriters and as adapters of literary texts to film. Both authors were also film critics. This essay analyzes the stamp that film left on Di Benedetto’s short story “Declinación y Ángel” and on Saer’s “Sombras sobre vidrio esmerilado”, as reflected in the use of a certain type of slow and dilated language, the treatment of light and sound, their characters and the deployment of resources such as the use of sight and detailed descriptions.

  4. Visit of His Excellency Mr Juan Martabit, Ambassador, Permanent Representative of Chile to the United Nations Office in Geneva and other international organisations in Switzerland.

    Maximilien Brice

    2005-01-01

    Secretary-General; Mrs Juan Martabit. 0502017_07.jpg His Excellency Mr Juan Martabit, Ambassador,Permanent Representative of Chile to the United Nations Office in Geneva and other international organisations in Switzerland visiting the ATLAS building site. From left to right: Prof. Giora Mikenberg, ATLAS Collaboration; Mr Maximilian Metzger, Secretary-General and His Excellency Mr Juan Martabit. 0502017_08.jpg His Excellency Mr Juan Martabit, Ambassador,Permanent Representative of Chile to the United Nations Office in Geneva and other international organisations in Switzerland visiting the ATLAS cavern. From left to right: From left to right: Prof. Giora Mikenberg, ATLAS Collaboration; Mr Maximilian Metzger, Secretary-General; His Excellency Mr Juan Martabit and Mrs Juan Martabit.

  5. L’hipocrisie dans Dom Juan de Molière

    Pedrosa, Lúcia Margarida Pinho Lucas de Freitas de Carvalho

    2012-01-01

    Dans Dom Juan, Molière continue son combat contre l’hypocrisie sociale qui caractérise la société de son époque et qui est symbolisée par la noblesse du royaume. L’originalité de cette pièce de théâtre réside dans la complexité du personnage principal, Dom Juan, et dans le mélange de religieux, de tragique, de comique, de surnaturel et de spectaculaire sur lequel elle est fondée. Dans cette pièce, rien n’est laissé au hasard: le temps et l’espace reflètent bien le caractère libertin de Dom...

  6. ["Is it an animal inside? "Melanie Klein's unpublished Don Juan Paper (1939)].

    Frank, Claudia

    2008-01-01

    Klein had been asked to contribute an article to the birthday number of the International Journal for Jones. The author outlines how she hurriedly wrote a text about Don Juan which, however, was rejected by the editor. Essential parts of it are presented in German translation. The manuscript is discussed in the context of Klein's published work as well as of the relevant contemporary literature. In Klein's view, Don Juan's genitality is determined by oral impulses and fears. By his manic acting out he attempts to ward off a depressive break-down. The paper ends with some reflections about why Klein--ontrary to her intention--failed to revise her manuscript for later publication. PMID:19230330

  7. Estudio de la de la obra de Pepita Jiménez del autor Juan Valera

    SAYAH, Hadjer

    2015-01-01

    El propósito de nuestro trabajo consiste en la realización de un estudio o mejor dicho un análisis de las tres partes existentes en la obra literaria más famosa del autor Juan Valera, titulada: Pepita Jiménez, nuestro estudio fue basado sobre las cartas existentes en la obra de Pepita Jiménez y claro un breve estudio sobre su género, teniendo como titulo de mi trabajo de fin de máster: Estudio de la obra de Pepita Jiménez del autor Juan Valera. Esa obra nos ha llamado la atención, porque e...

  8. Estudio etnobotánico de las plantas medicinales de san josé de suaita, suaita (santander, colombia)

    Linares Castillo Édgar Leonardo; Moreno Castillo Édgar

    2011-01-01

    Se presenta un inventario de las especies vegetales utilizadas con fines medicinales, los componentes culturales en torno al uso medicinal de las plantas registradas y una aproximación al
    conocimiento de la transmisión de saberes entre generaciones; realizados entre mayo y octubre de 2004 en la Inspección de Policía de San José de Suaita, ubicada en el municipio de Suaita, departamento de Santander, Colombia entre 1.100 y 1.700 m de altitud. Como resultados se registró información ...

  9. Las fronteras del racismo en el teatro crítico de José Moreno Arenas

    Susana Leticia Báez Ayala

    2014-01-01

    La dramaturgia española de José Moreno Arenas, maestro del teatro mínimo e hiper - textual, incorpora uno de los temas señeros en la complejidad de los albores del siglo XXI: el racismo; sus obras: El cuchitril, El deseo, Las olas, El safari y La playa discuten el choque de mentalidades entre las poblaciones migrantes y las receptoras en la Euro - pa actual; destaca el doble papel que los españoles han vivido en el siglo XX, desde una mirada crítica, se cuestiona la falta de memoria del puebl...

  10. Los principios hispanoamericanos: la crítica de José Enrique Rodó y la literatura peninsular

    Bonfiglio, Florencia

    2011-01-01

    Esta ponencia aborda el programa literario del joven uruguayo José Enrique Rodó delineado en la Revista Nacional de Literatura y Ciencias Sociales (1895-1897) y sus opúsculos de “La Vida Nueva”, el cual evidencia dos preocupaciones básicas de su tarea como crítico: la rectificación del Modernismo y la definición de un ‘Americanismo literario’. Ambas tienden no sólo a establecer los principios de una literatura hispanoamericana sino también a estrechar los lazos con la intelectualidad española...