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  1. [Helicobacter pylori gastritis: assessment of OLGA and OLGIM staging systems].

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    Ben Slama, Sana; Ben Ghachem, Dorra; Dhaoui, Amen; Jomni, Mohamed Taieb; Dougui, Mohamed Hédi; Bellil, Khadija

    2016-01-01

    Helicobacter pylori (H pylori) gastritis presents a risk of cancer related to atrophy and intestinal metaplasia. Two recent classifications OLGA (Operative Link on Gastritis Assessment) and OLGIM (Operative Link on Gastritic Intestinal Metaplasia assessment) have been proposed to identify high-risk forms (stages III and IV). The aim of this study is to evaluate the OLGA and OLGIM staging systems in H pylori gastritis. A descriptive study of 100 cases of chronic H pylori gastritis was performed. The revaluation of Sydney System parameters of atrophy and intestinal metaplasia, of gastric antrum and corpus, allowed identifying respectively the stages of OLGA and OLGIM systems. The progressive risk of our H pylori gastritis was 6% according to OLGA staging and 7% according to OLGIM staging. Significant correlation was revealed between age and OLGA staging. High-risk gastritis according to OLGIM staging was significantly associated with moderate to severe atrophy. High-risk forms according to OLGA staging were associated in 80% of the cases to intestinal metaplasia. OLGA and OLGIM systems showed a highly significant positive correlation between them with a mismatch at 5% for H pylori gastritis. The OLGA and OLGIM staging systems in addition to Sydney System, allow selection of high risk forms of chronic gastritis requiring accurate observation.

  2. V ozhidanii prazdnika / Olga Ljubaskina ; interv. Ksenia Repson

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    Ljubaskina, Olga

    2005-01-01

    Vene Draamateatri galerii galeristi Olga Ljubaskinaga kunstinäituste korraldamisest, talle meeldivatest kunstiteostest. Galeriis Bindes avatakse 22 kunstniku ühisnäitus "V ozhidanii prazdnika". Osalejate loetelu

  3. Vitse-mer : Mõ s pamjatnikami ne vojujem / Olga Sõtnik

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    Sõtnik, Olga, 1980-

    2006-01-01

    Tallinna abilinnapea Olga Sõtnik vastab Postimees Online'i lugejate küsimustele, mis puudutavad Balti jaama korrastamist, tänavate remonti, Mustakivi tunneli rekonstrueerimist, Tõnismäe reaalkooli staadioni remonti, linnaehituse probleeme, pronkssõdurit

  4. Portraits de Maîtres offerts à Olga Weijers

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    Teeuwen, M.J.; Angotti, C.; Brînzei, M.

    2013-01-01

    En 2011, le répertoire d’Olga Weijers, Le travail intellectuel à la faculté des arts de Paris : textes et maîtres (ca. 1200-1500), en neuf volumes, est arrivé à son terme. Cet instrument de travail a également inauguré la collection Studia Artistarum dans laquelle Olga Weijers a accueilli ces quinze

  5. [Olga Verderese--a life dedicated to nursing].

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    Mancia, Joel Rolim; Salles, Eliane Brandão; Padilha, Maria Itayra Coelho de Souza

    2008-01-01

    The aim of the research was to describe the educational and professional history of Olga Verderese and highlight her remarkable contributions to the scientific field of the profession. It was based on Bourdieu's concepts of habitus and scientific field. The sociohistorical study used sources such as interviews with Olga Verderese, a thesis and a dissertation on the topic and documents such as articles, books and recommendations by the Brazilian Nursing Association (ABEn). It considers that the biographee had a recognized social capital when she took up Nursing. Olga Verderese worked at the Nursing Schools of Bahia and Porto Alegre and remained for a long time at the Pan-American Health Organization, with outstanding work in Latin America. In addition, in the 1950s she took part in the research called Survey of Resources and Needs of Nursing in Brazil.

  6. Olga Verderese: uma vida para a enfermagem Olga Verderese: una vida para la enfermería Olga Verderese: a life dedicated to nursing

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    Joel Rolim Mancia

    2008-02-01

    Full Text Available A pesquisa teve como objetivos: descrever a trajetória educacional e profissional, de Olga Verderese e destacar suas notáveis contribuições para o campo científico da profissão. Apoiou-se nos conceitos de habitus e de campo científico de Bourdieu. Estudo histórico-social, utilizou fontes como: entrevistas de Olga, tese e dissertação sobre a temática e documentos como artigos, livros e recomendações da ABEn. Considera que a biografada possuía um capital social reconhecido quando do ingresso na Enfermagem. Olga atuou na Escola de Enfermagem da Bahia e de Porto Alegre e teve longa permanência na Organização Pan-Americana de Saúde, com destacada atuação na América Latina. Além disso, na década de 50 participou da pesquisa Levantamento de Recursos e Necessidades de Enfermagem no Brasil.La investigación tuvo como objetivos: describir la trayectoria educacional y profesional, de Olga Verderese y destacar sus notables contribuciones al campo científico de la profesión. Se apoyó en los conceptos de habitus y de campo científico de Bourdieu. Estudio histórico-social, utilizó fuentes como: entrevistas de Olga, tesis y disertación sobre la temática y documentos como artículos, libros y recomendaciones de la ABEn. Considera que la biografiada tenía un capital social reconocido cuando ingresó a la Enfermería. Olga actuó en las Escuelas de Enfermería de Bahia y de Porto Alegre y tuvo larga permanencia en la Organización Panamericana de la Salud, con destacada actuación en América Latina. Además, en la década de 50 participó de la investigación Levantamiento de Recursos y Necesidades de la Enfermería en Brasil.The aim of the research was to describe the educational and professional history of Olga Verderese and highlight her remarkable contributions to the scientific field of the profession. It was based on Bourdieu's concepts of habitus and scientific field. The sociohistorical study used sources such as interviews

  7. Die poësie van Olga Kirsch: Tuiskoms in vreemdelingskap / The Poetry of Olga Kirsch: Homecoming in Exile

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    Spies Lina

    2014-11-01

    Full Text Available In writing my article on the poetry of Olga Kirsch I proceed from each poet’s consciousness of the relationship of tension between his humanity and the art he practises. In the case of Olga Kirsch this inner discord was rendered in her humanity. As second recognised Afrikaans woman poet, after Elisabeth Eybers, she was Jewish by birth and English-speaking, although by her own claim Afrikaans, through her environment and school, was stronger than the English of her parental home.

  8. Magistritööd : [Olga Volossova jt.

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    2000-01-01

    20. sept. 2000 kaitseb TPÜ-s matemaatika magistritööde kaitsmisnõukogu ees Olga Volossova magistritööd "Liftingud q-mõõtuvates ruumides". 27. sept. kaitseb TPÜ-s sotsiaaltöö magistrinõukogu ees Eike Käsi magistritööd "Tööjuhendamine sotsiaaltöös" ja Maarika Pukk magistritööd "Koolieeliku elukeskkond lasteasutuses : Reggio-Emilia meetodi rakendamine Eestis"

  9. Supermodel v mistitsheskoi fantazii / Olga Kurilenko ; interv. Nikolai Karajev

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    Kurilenko, Olga

    2005-01-01

    IX PÖFFi võistlusprogrammis linastus jaapanlanna Yoko Ogawa raamatul põhinev mängufilm "Sõrmuse sõrm" ("L'Annulaire"), mille stsenarist ja režissöör on prantslanna Diane Bertrand, kes koos peaoatäitja Olga Kurilenkoga viibis ka linastusel. Film on Prantsusmaa, Saksamaa ja Suurbritannia koostööfilm. Supermodellist näitlejanna jutustab endast, oma tööst

  10. Kommunalnoje hozjaistvo budjet kurirovat 25-letnii vitse-mer / Olga Sõtnik ; interv. Andrei Babin

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    Sõtnik, Olga, 1980-

    2005-01-01

    Tallinna abilinnapea vastab küsimustele, mis puudutavad tema määramist abilinnapeaks, tööülesandeid uues ametis, kommunaalvaldkonna juhtimise raskust ning poliitilise tegevuse algust. Lisa: Olga Sõtnik

  11. Tajust betoonini = From perceptions to concrete / Olga Maria Hungar ; intervjueerinud Regina Viljasaar

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    Hungar, Olga Maria

    2013-01-01

    Olga Maria Hungar büroost raumlaborberlin tutvustab 2. Tallinna arhitektuuribiennaalil osalenud bürood ja selle projekte. Modernistlikku pärandit puudutavatest küsimustest Eestis ja Saksamaal, ülalt-alla planeerimisest

  12. Redemptive Family Narratives: Olga Lengyel and the Textuality of the Holocaust*

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    Turda, Marius

    2016-01-01

    Memoirs written by Holocaust survivors and (in some cases) their testimonies retain a salience unmatched by other historical sources. This article discusses one such memoir, Olga Lengyel’s Five Chimneys, alongside her 1998 testimony, aiming to engage with broader methodological issues relating to the history of the Holocaust, particularly those about memory, narrative and textuality. Through a detailed discussion of certain moments shaping Olga Lengyel’s personal experience, both pre-and post-arrival in Auschwitz, the article captures the tensions and contradictions characterizing the harrowing story of one woman’s loss of family in the Holocaust. PMID:27959969

  13. Lessons in writing the biography of the crossover poet, Olga Kirsch ...

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    Olga Kirsch was an English-speaking Jewess who wrote and published poetry in Afrikaans. As such she exemplifies a crossover poet who introduces the voice of the other into a national canon—in her case, the only Jewish voice in Afrikaans poetry. Three questions were raised in the research and writing of her biography.

  14. The staging of gastritis with the OLGA system by using intestinal metaplasia as an accurate alternative for atrophic gastritis

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    Capelle, Lisette G.; de Vries, Annemarie C.; Haringsma, Jelle; Ter Borg, Frank; de Vries, Richard A.; Bruno, Marco J.; van Dekken, Herman; Meijer, Jos; van Grieken, Nicole C. T.; Kuipers, Ernst J.

    Background: The OLGA (operative link on gastritis assessment) staging system is based on severity of atrophic gastritis (AG). AG remains a difficult histopathologic diagnosis with low interobserver agreement, whereas intestinal metaplasia (IM) is associated with high interobserver agreement.

  15. A case study in flow assurance of a pipeline-riser system using OLGA

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    Nemoto, Rafael Horschutz; Balino, Jorge Luis [Nucleo de Dinamica e Fluidos. Dept. de Engenharia Mecanica. Universidade de Sao Paulo (EP/USP), SP (Brazil)], e-mails: rafael.nemoto@usp.br, jlbalino@usp.br; Tanaka, Rafael Loureiro; Godinho, Carlos Alberto [Prysmian Cables and Systems, Cariacica, ES (Brazil)], e-mails: rafael.tanaka@prysmian.com, carlos.godinho@prysmian.com

    2010-07-01

    In this paper, a case study in flow assurance is performed considering an offshore operating system, using the software OLGA. As operating system we consider a pipeline-riser geometry with typical dimensions of offshore oil production systems, and a three-phase flow of oil, gas and water. The model developed in OLGA considers the composition and dimensions of the tubes, heat transfer parameters, process equipment and fluid sources. The fluids properties are calculated using the software PVTsim. Simulations are ran in order to determine the pipeline inner diameter and insulation required to satisfy pressure and temperature requirements. It is also possible to simulate the transient behavior of the system, which allows to evaluate if production instabilities are present. In case instabilities exist, two mitigation alternatives are evaluated: closure of a choke valve before the separator and gas lift. Considering a possible production shutdown, the tubes insulation is calculated in order to avoid hydrate formation. (author)

  16. Gastritis OLGA-staging and gastric cancer risk: a twelve-year clinico-pathological follow-up study.

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    Rugge, M; de Boni, M; Pennelli, G; de Bona, M; Giacomelli, L; Fassan, M; Basso, D; Plebani, M; Graham, D Y

    2010-05-01

    Intestinal-type gastric cancer (GC) still ranks among the high-incidence, highly lethal malignancies. Atrophic gastritis is the cancerization field in which GC develops. The current histological reporting formats for gastritis do not include any (atrophy-based) ranking of GC risk. To test the gastritis OLGA-staging (Operative Link for Gastritis Assessment) in prognosticating neoplastic progression. Ninety-three Italian patients were followed up for more than 12 years (range: 144-204 months). Clinical examinations, pepsinogen serology, endoscopy and histology (also assessing Helicobacter pylori status) were performed both at enrolment (T1) and at the end of the follow-up (T2). All invasive or intra-epithelial gastric neoplasia were consistently associated with high-risk (III/IV) OLGA stages. There was a significant inverse correlation between the mean pepsinogen ratio and the OLGA stage (test for trend; P gastritis OLGA-staging conveys relevant information on the clinico-pathological outcome of gastritis and therefore for patient management. According to OLGA-staging and H. pylori-status, gastritis patients could be confidently stratified and managed according to their different cancer risks.

  17. OLGA experiments with {sup 261}104 under chlorinating and brominating conditions

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    Gaeggeler, H.W.; Eichler, B.; Jost, D.T.; Piguet, D.; Tuerler, A. [Paul Scherrer Inst. (PSI), Villigen (Switzerland); Buklanov, G.; Lebedev, V.; Timokhin, S.; Vedeev, M.V.; Yakushev, A.; Zvara, I. [FLNR, Dubna (Russian Federation); Huebener, S. [FZR (Germany)

    1997-09-01

    With the On-Line Gas chemistry Apparatus OLGA III the retention times of element 104 chloride and bromide was measured in a quartz column using the isotope {sup 261}104 with a half-life of 78 s. With HCl as chlorinating agent element 104 was found to quantitatively pass through the column at 150{sup o}C, whereas with HBr this temperature shifted to about 300{sup o}C. Under both halogenating conditions, the homologuous element Hf passed through the column at higher temperatures than element 104, in agreement with expectations. (author) 2 figs., 2 refs.

  18. Diversidade em perspectiva: Oficinas Artísticas no Instituto Olga Kos

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    Arruda, Marina

    2013-01-01

    Esta edição apresenta um ensaio fotográfico de Marina Arruda sobre as oficinas artísticas realizadas pelo Instituto Olga Kos de Inclusão Cultural, que envolvem crianças, jovens e adultos com e sem deficiência intelectual, principalmente Síndrome de Down, em São Paulo. Considerando ser a temática central deste número da revista a questão da diversidade e dada a qualidade do trabalho de Marina, este ensaio é mais que bem-vindo. As fotografias foram feitas no ano de 2013.

  19. [Atrophy in the mucosa neighboring an intestinal-type gastric adenocarcinoma by comparing the Sydney vs. OLGA systems].

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    Ramírez-Mendoza, Pablo; Hernández-Briseño, Liliana; Casarrubias-Ramírez, Moisés; Alvarado-Cabrero, Isabel; Ángeles-Garay, Ulises

    2015-01-01

    Gastric carcinoma causes about 700 000 deaths worldwide per year. Is feasible detect it in earlier stages. The aim of this article is to assess the atrophy in the mucosa neighboring an intestinal-type gastric adenocarcinoma by comparing the Sydney vs. OLGA systems. Twenty-eight individuals with intestinal-type gastric adenocarcinoma (Lauren) were compared with 32 non-neoplastic cases. Both groups had undergone total gastrectomy. Two pathologists made a consensus-based assessment of the atrophy in non-neoplastic corpus and antral epithelium using the Sydney and OLGA Systems. The mean, median, and distribution of the frequencies were obtained using the measuring and distribution scales of the study variables. The sensitivity, specificity, and predictive values, both positive and negative, for gastric cancer were calculated through the dichotomy of advanced atrophy-positive and advanced atrophy-negative scales. Twenty-four of the 28 cases with intestinal-type gastric carcinoma showed an advanced atrophy with the OLGA system, with a sensitivity and specificity of 77 and 85 %, respectively. Conversely, 4 of the 28 individuals showed an advanced atrophy with the Sydney system, with a sensitivity and specificity of 14 and 100 %, respectively. The OLGA system has a high sensitivity and specificity (77 y 85 % respectively) for the recognition of preneoplastic changes in the mucosa neighboring a gastric carcinoma.

  20. ’n Nuwe lewe: Olga Kirsch se studentegedig “Resurrexit” / A New Life: Olga Kirsch’s Student Poem “Resurrexit”

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    Minnaar Thomas

    2014-11-01

    Full Text Available The poem “Resurrexit” published by Olga Kirsch in 1945 in the student paper WU´s VIEWS has been all but forgotten. It is, however, a beautiful and an important poem with a pantheistic character. It commemorates the death of the young Jewish flight navigator lieutenant Alec Medalie, whose fighter plane was shot down by German antiaircraft fire near the Yugoslavian coast in 1944. Psychoanalysis opens the poem up to a reading which turns the typical male symbolic order’s death and men’s chaos caused by war into the young man’s rebirth as a new form of being. This happens through the maternal earth’s uterine sea. The fallen is absorbed by the sea and after a period taken up into the clouds to return to the mother and the earth, albeit in a new form. The concept of the chora plays a part in this resurrection which offers consolation to all who are subject to the inevitable uncertainty of the human condition and those who stay behind after a sudden death.

  1. Beyond Socio-Historical Trauma with Olga Zhukova and Iskra Babich

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    Natalija Majsova

    2017-05-01

    Full Text Available Cinematography of perestroika (and the early post-Soviet period entails mixed terrain, often described as a socially-critical “black wave” – chernukha; the period saw an unprecedented number of works by female directors, which remain to be addressed by film scholarship. This article examines the cinematic opus of Olga Zhukova (1954- who produced five feature films in the period 1990–1994. This article discusses her films, which were not well received by critics and accused of being pretentious and artificial, alongside another Soviet director, Iskra Babich (1938–2001. I re-examine the formation of Zhukova’s cinematic speech, focusing on the interplay of the audio-visual and corporeal, to argue that her works create specific timespaces which defy the immediate socio-political references provided by the seemingly formative linear narratives, and bypass the patriarchal dichotomies underpinning the latter.

  2. Olga Cossettini in the labyrinth of the political sociability of Santa Fe (Argentina, 1937-1943

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    Sandra Rita Fernandez

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available This article's intent is to take into account the web of acquaintanceships that teacher and pedagogue V. Olga Cossettini developed during the 1930's and early 1940's, thanks to which she was able to organize her educational project in the official educational structures of Santa Fe province of Argentina. In a historical context marked by intervention and fraud, we intend to historically locate this educator, allowing the integral comprehension of said historical context's complexities; and also allowing the interpretation of what an experience such as Escuela Serena meant in a political climate that, a priori, one would have thought of as less than ideal for this type of pedagogical practices.

  3. ANALISIS LABELLING PEREMPUAN DENGAN TEORI FEMINISME PSIKOANALISIS: STUDI KASUS MAJALAH REMAJA OLGA!

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    - Muashomah

    2013-04-01

    Full Text Available Labelling perempuan dalam majalah remaja merupakan salah satu tindakan media yang merugikan perempuan. Dalam tulisan ini, penulis mengkaji label-label perempuan, bentuk labelling, analisis teori feminisme psikoanalisis terhadap labelling untuk perempuan dalam majalah remaja. Dalam penelitian ini penulis menggunakan metode semiotik dan penelitian dilakukan terhadap majalah Olga. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa praktek pelabelan terhadap perempuan yang dilakukan oleh majalah remaja ditujukan untuk remaja perempuan dilakukan dengan empat kode yaitu tubuh seksi dan wajah cantik, pentingnya penampilan bagi perempuan, kondisi psikologis perempuan yang labil, dan peran domestik perempuan. Label-label ini dapat membentuk persepsi masyarakat tentang perempuan dan mengandung konsekuensi pengharapan kepada perempuan. Penelitian ini menguatkan lagi tesis bahwa perempuan sering menjadi objek pelabelan. Label-label ini berasal dari kehidupan sosial perempuan dan diinternalisasi oleh perempuan.Labelling in woman in teenagers magazine is one of the mass media strategy that can harm woman. Even though women normally do not recognize it. The purpose of this research is to describe the labelling practices in media analysed with the psychoanalysis feminism theory. The research method used is semiotics and the research is conducted on Olga! maganize. Result from the research shows that  the labelling targets teenagers through four labelling codes: sexy body and beautiful face; the importance physical performance for women; unconsistent psycological condition; and domestic role of women. This label constructs society perception on  woman. The study strengthen a thesis that woman tends to be a labelling object. These labels are developped from women’s social life and are internalized by women

  4. El viaje de Marina Abramovic y Lady Gaga a través de la hipermodernidad: “Si compartes tus fans, te doy capital simbólico”.

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    Asunción Bernárdez Rodal

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available Este texto parte de un hecho puntual: la colaboración artística planteada durante el año 2013 entre la performer Marina Abramovic y Lady Gaga y que podemos leer como una metáfora de lo que está ocurriendo en el Arte y en la cultura popular en estos momentos en los que Internet 2.0 ha hecho posible la participación de los receptores en la creación de los productos culturales. La consecuencia fundamental es que se ha producido un borrado definitivo de fronteras entre la alta cultura y la cultura mediática, causada sobre todo por el hecho de que el público pasa a ser considerado parte del proceso creativo de los textos artísticos o mediáticos que son la base del intercambio simbólico en el mundo contemporáneo. Estudiar las consecuencias que pueda tener todo esto para el feminismo o la representación de las mujeres en el arte y en los medios, será uno de los objetivos de nuestro texto.

  5. OLGA- and OLGIM-based staging of gastritis using narrow-band imaging magnifying endoscopy.

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    Saka, Akiko; Yagi, Kazuyoshi; Nimura, Satoshi

    2015-11-01

    As atrophic gastritis and intestinal metaplasia as a result of Helicobacter pylori are considered risk factors for gastric cancer, it is important to assess their severity. In the West, the operative link for gastritis assessment (OLGA) and operative link for gastric intestinal metaplasia assessment (OLGIM) staging systems based on biopsy have been widely adopted. In Japan, however, narrow-band imaging (NBI)-magnifying endoscopic diagnosis of gastric mucosal inflammation, atrophy, and intestinal metaplasia has been reported to be fairly accurate. Therefore, we investigated the practicality of NBI-magnifying endoscopy (NBI-ME) for gastritis staging. We enrolled 55 patients, in whom NBI-ME was used to score the lesser curvature of the antrum (antrum) and the lesser curvature of the lower body (corpus). The NBI-ME score classification was established from images obtained beforehand, and then biopsy specimens taken from the observed areas were scored according to histological findings. The NBI-ME and histology scores were then compared. Furthermore, we assessed the NBI-ME and histology stages using a combination of scores for the antrum and corpus, and divided the stages into two risk groups: low and high. The degree to which the stage assessed by NBI-ME approximated that assessed by histology was then ascertained. Degree of correspondence between the NBI-ME and histology scores was 69.1% for the antrum and 72.7% for the corpus, and that between the high- and low-risk groups was 89.1%. Staging of gastritis using NBI-ME approximates that based on histology, and would be a practical alternative to the latter. © 2015 The Authors. Digestive Endoscopy © 2015 Japan Gastroenterological Endoscopy Society.

  6. The correlation between histological gastritis staging- 'OLGA/OLGIM' and serum pepsinogen test in assessment of gastric atrophy/intestinal metaplasia in China.

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    Wang, Xiaoteng; Lu, Bin; Meng, Lina; Fan, Yihong; Zhang, Shuo; Li, Meng

    2017-08-01

    Serum pepsinogen (PG) test, as an indicator of gastric mucosal atrophy, reflects the functional and morphologic status of gastric mucosal and it is suggested to serve as a useful predictive marker for patients with gastric cancer (GC). The available classifications of gastritis, known as the Operative Link on Gastritis Assessment (OLGA) and Operative Link on Gastritis Intestinal Metaplasia (OLGIM), integrating the severity and topography of atrophy/intestinal metaplasia (IM), have been gradually accepted and used in screening for GC in recent years. To assess whether serum pepsinogen test, including PGI, PGII, PGI/PGII and gastrin-17 (G-17) could reflect the extent and topography of gastric mucosal atrophy/IM. Furthermore, to discuss the relationship between OLGA/OLGIM staging system and serum pepsinogen test in assessment of gastric atrophy/IM. The OLGA/OLGIM ranks the gastric staging according to both the topography and the severity of gastric atrophy/IM. A retrospective study was conducted with 331 patients who underwent endoscopy with consecutive biopsy sampling and reassessed according to OLGA/OLGIM staging system. Serum pepsinogen test, including PGI, PGII, PGI/PGII and G-17, as well as serological Helicobacter pylori (Hp) antibody were also measured. Results were presented as gastritis stage, serum pepsinogen level and Hp status. Baseline characteristics were compared using analysis of variance (ANOVA) test for continuous data and Pearson's χ 2 test for categorical data. A logistic regression model was used for the correlation analysis between OLGA/OLGIM and serological pepsinogen test. A total of 177 non-atrophic gastritis and 154 atrophic gastritis were analyzed, among which 40 were antrum atrophy, 32 were corpus atrophy and 82 were pan-atrophy. All patients were assessed applying the OLGA/OLGIM criteria with a mean age of 54.7 ± 10.8 years. Patients among OLGA/OLGIM Stage III-IV were presented with a lower level of serum PGI and PGI/PGII (p  15

  7. Santificado a una judía comunista: la recomodación de la identidad brasileña en Olga (Monjardin, Brasil, 2004

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    Tzvi Tal

    2006-01-01

    Full Text Available El éxito del film “Olga” en el público brasileño y las contrapuestas interpretaciones de la figura histórica de Olga Benario Prestes que su exhibición provocó, indican su relevancia en los procesos de la identidad brasileña actual. El artículo propone una lectura alegórica del texto cinematográfico, donde el vaciamiento ideológico y político del pasado de la militancia revolucionaria en un film producido por el complejo mediático Globo, representa el acomodamiento de la identidad brasileña ante la frustración de las expectativas históricas: la presidencia de “Lula” no pone en marcha un proyecto de justicia social alternativo al sistema neoliberal imperante.

  8. Eesti ülikoolid janunevad muutuste järele : ülikool tegi plaane järgnevaks kuueks aastaks / Marju Himma ; kommenteerivad Peeter Kreitzberg, Tõnis Rüütel, Olga Tšerjomuškina ja Raivo Vare

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    Himma, Marju

    2008-01-01

    7. novembril 2008 toimunud Tartu Ülikooli arengukonverentsist. Arvamust avaldavad Riigikogu kultuurikomisjoni esimees Peeter Kreitzberg, Tartu Ülikooli geograafiatudeng Tõnis Rüütel, Eesti Üliõpilaskondade Liidu aseesimees Olga Tšerjomuškina ja Tartu Ülikooli kuratooriumi liige Raivo Vare. Konverentsil esines ka president Toomas Hendrik Ilves

  9. Madame Olga Givernet, Députée de la 3ème circonscription de l’Ain, République française, vendredi 16 février 2018

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    Caraban Gonzalez, Noemi

    2018-01-01

    Madame Olga Givernet Députée 3ème circonscription de l’Ain. Participants CERN, Signature du livre d’or. M. Frédérick Bordry Directeur des accélérateurs et de la technologie Mme Fabiola Gianotti Directrice générale

  10. Pettuse kunst / Olga Gretsiskina

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    Gretsiskina, Olga

    2001-01-01

    Kunstivõltsingutest Eestis (A. Vabbe, O. Maran, J. Köler, K. Mägi) ja mujal. Kunstigalerii Rios omanike Jelena ja Valeri Tsurkani tööst võltsingute avastamisel. Tiiu Talvistu ja anonüümse võltsingutega äritseja kommentaar

  11. Trio Fragile / Olga Kaljundi

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    Kaljundi, Olga, 1941-2001

    1998-01-01

    Tallinna Vene Draamateatri galeriis esinenud trupi "Trio Fragile" vernissaazhist. Trio loomingust ja osalejatest : kahe muusiku seltskonnas esineb ka 1984.a. Kunstiülikooli lõpetanud kunstnik Tõnu Talve.

  12. Milk di Beverly Farmer e The Home Girls di Olga Masters: voci e parole creative di donne fra Australia e Grecia

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    Antonella Riem

    2015-07-01

    Full Text Available Abstract - The critical foundations of this essay are Eisler’s idea of “partnership” and Panikkar’s “creative word” applied to some short stories by the Australian writers Beverly Farmer (Milk, 1983 and Olga Masters (Home Girls, 1982. I aim at showing how, despite their different biographies and cultural backgrounds, the two writers focus on feminine voices telling us of the centrality of partnership and human feeling. This unveils the cultural myth of division and antagonism between male and female created by society that Eisler defines “dominant or “dominator”. Farmer and Masters defy this cultural myth of male dominance in the lyricism of everyday moments that express, mythically and metaphysically, the creative essence of life. Abstract - In questo saggio, basandomi sul discorso di Eisler sulla ‘partnership’ e di Panikkar sulla ‘parola creativa’, focalizzo l’attenzione su alcuni racconti di due autrici australiane: Beverly Farmer (Milk, 1983 e Olga Masters (Home Girls, 1982. Il saggio intende dimostrare come, pur nella diversità della loro biografia e retroterra culturale, le autrici diano spazio a voci ‘femminili’ che ci raccontano del sentire umano di partnership, dove le distanze e le separazioni fra maschile e femminile si dimostrano come culturalmente create in una società che Eisler definisce di ‘dominio’. La sfida ai miti culturali di dominio si manifesta nella centralità lirica di momenti apparentemente insignificanti, che invece raccolgono in sé, miticamente e metafisicamente, l’essenza creativa del vivere.

  13. Jan Greshoff se ‘aanval’ op Olga Kirsch as een van die hoofredes vir haar emigrasie: ’n Psigoanalitiese beskouing / Jan Greshoff’s ‘Attack’ on Olga Kirsch as One of the Main Causes of Her Emigration: A Psychoanalytical Point of View

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    Minnaar Thomas

    2014-11-01

    Full Text Available The poet Olga Kirsch left South Africa permanently for Israel in 1948. It is evident from her poetry that her Zionism, opposition to the racism of the National Party and a failed love played a role in her decision. This article focuses on another reason - a public attack by the Dutch critic Jan Greshoff in an Afrikaans literary magazine in 1946. Using concepts from psychoanalytical theories around borderline and narcissistic personalities, as well as the effect of emigration, Kirsch’s actions are examined as a reaction to narcissistic wounding. Investigating Greshoff’s criticism gives insights into the poet’s actions and explains the hiatus before she started publishing again in Afrikaans from 1971. It is stated that the poet is not considered to be a narcissist as her oeuvre is a testimony to her empathy with others, but the healthy narcissism needed in building one’s self-esteem underwent a severe blow when Kirsch lost the man she loved and was humiliated so devastatingly by the great Dutch critic.

  14. “Die hart ’n droë blaar”: Verlies, rou en melancholie in Olga Kirsch se Afrikaanse poësie / “The heart a dry leaf”: Loss, Mourning and Melancholia in Olga Kirsch’s Afrikaans Poetry

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    Viljoen Louise

    2014-11-01

    Full Text Available Reading Olga Kirsch’s Afrikaans poetry, one is struck by the important role that the experience of loss occupies in her oeuvre. It is evident in the first two volumes of poetry she published while still living in South Africa, as well as in the five volumes she published after emigrating to Israel in 1948. Because her poetry, especially the volumes written in Israel, exudes an air of melancholy, this article uses Freud’s writings on loss, mourning and melancholia, as well as the historical tradition preceding his work, as a guideline in exploring the way in which the experience of loss, mourning and melancholy is portrayed in Kirsch’s oeuvre. The article focusses on the way in which loss is portrayed in her poetry: her sense that the Jewish experience of loss over the centuries forms part of her history and identity, the way in which she experiences the loss of South Africa and the language Afrikaans in which she is best able to express herself poetically when she emigrates to Israel, the way in which the loss of her father and mother at different times in her life affected her, her feeling that her experience of loss and the ensuing melancholy are carried over to her children.

  15. 75 FR 1110 - Culturally Significant Objects Imported for Exhibition Determinations: “Marina Abramovic: The...

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    2010-01-08

    ... objects at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY, from on or about March 14, 2010, until on or about May... the United States, are of cultural significance. The objects are imported pursuant to loan agreements...

  16. Jego hoteli izbrat prezidentom / Olga Sobolevskaja

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    Sobolevskaja, Olga

    2003-01-01

    30 aastat peale nõukogude teleseriaali "Seitseteist kevadist hetke" teleekraanidele tulekut on kindel, et sellest on saanud vene folkloori lahutamatu osa ja Vjatsheslav Tihhonovi Shtirlitzist rahvuskangelane

  17. 2085-IJBCS-Article-Olga Yongo

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    nous avons recensé 25 espèces de plantes pour lesquelles 21 sont indiquées comme entrant dans la préparation ..... “déloger'' le caïman de son trou, permettant ..... âgées. Leur mode de vie est profondément modifié. Ils ont tendance à s'orienter vers de nouvelles techniques de chasse et de pêche, et vers l'agriculture.

  18. Mida ootab lugejalt raamatukoguhoidja? / Olga Einasto

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    Einasto, Olga, 1965-

    2008-01-01

    Eesti ülikooli- ja linnaraamatukogude töötajate seas läbi viidud küsitluse tulemustest: millised ootused on lugejatele, milliseid lugejaid on meeldiv teenindada, milliseid lugejate omadusi peetakse oluliseks jne

  19. Iz zolushki - v modeli / Olga Grigorjeva

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    Grigorjeva, Olga, 1983-

    2007-01-01

    Esimene rahvusvaheline laste ja noorte moeteatrite festival "Max Moda 2007" Tallinnas. Festivali peakorraldajast, moeteatrist Max Moda. Asutaja ja kunstiline juht on Maksim Hlebnikov. Kommenteerib Tatjana Hlebnikova

  20. Kohtumine endast erinevaga - õpilaste arusaam / Olga Schihalejev

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    Schihalejev, Olga, 1969-

    2008-01-01

    Artikkel on uurimusest, mis valmis projekti "Religioon ja haridus. Panus dialoogiks või konfliktifaktor Euroopa muutuvates ühiskondades" raames ning mille eesmärk on uurida võimalusi ja ülesandeid, millega seisab silmitsi tänapäeva kooliharidus, püüdes kujundada erisuguse religioosse kuuluvusega inimeste üksteisemõistmist

  1. Vlastelin Kolets : kino i kniga / Olga Titova

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    Titova, Olga

    2004-01-01

    J.R.R. Tolkieni "Sõrmuste isanda" järgi loodud Peter Jacksoni kolm filmi - "Sõrmuste isand : Sõrmuste vennaskond" ("The Lord of the Rings : The Fellowship of the Ring"), "Kaks kantsi" ("The Two Towers"), "Kuninga tagasitulek" ("The Return of the King"). Ekraniseeringute võrdlus raamatutega

  2. Priroda na vsehh odna / Olga Tarassova

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    Tarassova, Olga

    2007-01-01

    Põhja-Prantsusmaa Nord-Pas-de-Calais delegatsioon viibis Eestis eesmärgiga tutvuda kaevandusmaade rekultiveerimisega, visiidi lõpus peeti ka samasisuline konverents. Koostööst INTERREG-programmi raames

  3. Olga Sõtnik : V povestke dnja ostanutsja "russkije" voprossõ / Olga Sõtnik ; interv. Viktor Fantanov

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    Sõtnik, Olga, 1980-

    2007-01-01

    Keskerakondlasest parlamendiliige vastab küsimustele, mis puudutavad venelaste esindamist Riigikogus, tööd parlamendis, aprillisündmusi, alkoholipoliitikat ja müügipiiranguid, suhtumist kahte riigikeelde, Ühtse Venemaa kongressil käimist, interaktiivse mängu DozoR mängimist, spordiharrastust

  4. Bogi i monstrõ, ili biografija Supermena / Olga Marsheva

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    Marsheva, Olga

    2007-01-01

    Ameerika tuntuimad koomiksikunstnikud Larry Hama, Stan Lee, Jerry Seagel, Bob Kain, Frank Miller ja nende loodud tegelaskujud. Ka briti kirjanik Alan Moore, kellele ei meeldi oma kangelastest tehtud ekraniseeringuid vaadata

  5. Jobs for everyone / Igor Skoks ; interv. Olga Pavuk

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    Skoks, Igor

    2001-01-01

    Ilmunud ka: Baltiiskii Kurss, 18, 2001, lk. 13-15. AO Ventspils Nafta president Igor Skoks ettevõtte tegevusest, konkurentsist Venemaa nafta tööstusega, perspektiividest ja rollist Läti majanduses

  6. Narvski breik - lutshi v Ida-Virumaa / Olga Sokolova

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    Sokolova, Olga

    2006-01-01

    22. apr. toimusid Kohtla-Järvel maakondlikud breiktantsuvõistlused "Eastern session 2006". Parimaks osutusid Narva Laste Loomingu Maja breiktantsutrupp "Exceed limit" (juhendaja Sergei Tshernõshov)

  7. Pühtitsa kloostri peakirik - 100 / Olga Maier

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    Maier, Olga

    2010-01-01

    Kuremäe Jumalaema Uinumise nunnakloostri peakirikust. Arhitekt Aleksander Artemjevitš Poleštšuki (1863-1944) poolt ehitatud hoone pühitseti sisse 15/18. augustil 1910. a. Arhitekti eluloolisi andmeid ja tema projekteeritud tähtsamad ehitised

  8. Gurtshenko spojot pro pjat minut 50 let spustja / Olga Saburova

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    Saburova, Olga

    2006-01-01

    Režissöör Eldar Rjazanov teeb oma vene kultusfilmi "Karnevaliöö" uut, 50 aastat hilisemasse aega, s.o. tänapäeva, toodud varianti "Karnevaliöö 2 ". Seda näidatakse Venemaa Esimesel Kanalil uusaastakavas. Lähemalt sellest, keda ja mida selles filmis näeb-kuuleb

  9. "Ilmarine" natshinajet jubileinõi sezon / Olga Ivanova

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    Ivanova, Olga, 1984-

    2003-01-01

    Poola linna Skopjes toimunud rahvusvahelisel nukuteatrite festivalil Eurofest' 2003 said narvalased nukulavastuse "Kuidas jumal Uku eestlaste maa lõi" eest teise preemia. Uue hooaja alguse puhul teatri plaanidest ja lavastustest

  10. Volshebnõi fonar Rozhe Vadima / Olga Kalmõkova

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    Kalmõkova, Olga

    2001-01-01

    Kohtumisel autoriga räägib tuntud prantsuse filmirežissöör Roger Vadim (1928-2000) oma võluvatest abikaasadest : Brigitte Bardot'st (1934), Catherine Deneuve'st (1943), Jane Fondast (1937) ja Marie-Christine Barrault'st (1944)

  11. Sheron Stoun reshila jeshtsho raz trjahnut "instinktom" / Olga Saburova

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    Saburova, Olga

    2006-01-01

    Täna toimub maailma-esilinastus põnevikule "Ürginstinkt 2" ("Basic Instinct 2") : režissöör Michael Caton-Jones : stsenaristid Leora Barish, Henry Bean : peaosas, nagu esimeseski samanimelises filmis, Sharon Stone : Saksamaa - Hispaania - Suurbritannia - Ameerika Ühendriigid 2006

  12. Meltshajet mir, meltshajut ljudi ... / Ilze Liepa ; interv. Olga Vassiljeva

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    Liepa, Ilze

    2000-01-01

    Tantsijanna Ilze Liepa esimene roll draamateatris on Maria Stuart Ljudmila Razumovskaja näidendis "Teie õde ja vang", lavastaja Oleg Ogi. Peterburi teatri Teatrimaja (Teatralnõi dom) külalisetendused 18. detsembril Vene Kultuurikeskuses

  13. Kaks meremaali New Yorgi Eesti Majas / Olga Paris Berendsen

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    Berendsen, Olga, 1916-2003

    1980-01-01

    Artiklis on kirjeldatud kahte New Yorgi Eesti Haridusseltsile kuuluvat maali, mis restaureeriti 1979. a ja eksponeeritakse Eesti Maja ruumides. Antakse ülevaade ka Andrew Winteri ja Amandus Adamsoni elust ja loomingust

  14. Fjodor Bondartshuk dodelal "Tihhi Don" ottsa / Olga Saburova

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    Saburova, Olga

    2006-01-01

    Fjodor Bondartshuk monteeris kokku tema isa Sergei poolt Itaalias 13 aastat tagasi pooleli jäänud Mihhail Sholohhovi romaani järgi tehtud teleseriaali "Vaikne Don", mida hakkab Venemaa televisiooni 1. Kanal näitama 7. novembril

  15. Political liberalization / Olga Pavuk, Hannes Tamme, Zidrunas Damauskas

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    Pavuk, Olga

    2001-01-01

    Ilmunud ka: Baltiiskii Kurss, nr. 19, 2001, lk. 20-23. Kütuseturu hetkeseisust Balti riikides. Diagrammid: maagaasi tarbimine Baltimaades 1997-2000; Energiatarbimine Eestis kütuseliikide kaupa 1995. ning prognoosid 2005. ja 2010. aastaks

  16. Council of former leaders / Valdis Birkavs ; interv. Olga Pavuk

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    Birkavs, Valdis, 1942-

    2001-01-01

    Ilmunud ka: Baltiiskii Kurss, nr. 19, 2001, lk. 30-31. Endine Läti peaminister Valdivs Birkavs maailma endistest juhtidest koosnevast nõukogu The InterAction Council tegevusest ja eesmärkidest. Nõukogu koosseis

  17. Tetku Tsharli snimali notshju i potshti bez deneg / Olga Saburova

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    Saburova, Olga

    2005-01-01

    Tegijad meenutavad, kuidas filmiti telefilmi inglise dramaturgi Brandon Thomase komöödia "Charlie tädi" järgi "Здравствуйте, я ваша тетя!" : režissöör Viktor Titov : Nõukogude Liit 1975

  18. "Komedi Fransez" zapel po-russki / Olga Sobolevskaja

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    Sobolevskaja, Olga

    2005-01-01

    Vene lavastaja P. Fomenko pälvis Prantsusmaa riikliku aumärgi Les Palmes Académiques (Akadeemilised Palmioksad Komandörikraadi) lavastuse eest "Mets" (autor A. Ostrovski) Pariisi teatris Comédie-Francaise

  19. Fifty Years of Soviet and Russian Drilling Activity in Polar and Non-Polar Ice: A Chronological History

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    2007-10-01

    68 1971: Abramov Glacier (Alai Ridge, Pamirs, drilling site #CA3)...........................................69 vi ERDC/CRREL TR-07-20 1972...70 Abramov ...71 Abramov Glacier (Alai Ridge, Pamirs, drilling site #CA3) .........................................................71

  20. Tõ veli zemle otkrõtsja : [luuletused] / Juhan Viiding ; perevodila s estonskogo [i posleslovije]: Olga Titova

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    Viiding, Juhan, 1948-1995

    2002-01-01

    Tekst vene ja eesti k. Sisu: 15 let nazad = 15 aastat tagasi ; Tõ veli zemle otkrõtsja = "tule ütle lahti sellest..." ; "Janvarski vetsher; zamelo dorogi..." = "On õhtu jaanuar kõik teed on umbes..." ; "Jest tshudnaja v nebe strana..." = "On tahtmine taevariik..." ; Kivilinnaskije haiku = Kivilinna aikud ; Molitva = Palve ; "U malenkih domishek..." = "Madalates majades..."

  1. Solzhenitsõn moltshit... : Otkrõtoje pismo velikomu russkomu pisatelju / Olga Tshaikovskaja

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    Tshaikovskaja, Olga

    1995-01-01

    Otvet : Solzhenitsõn, Aleksandr. A gde ne 'gorjatshie obstojatelstva?': Otvet O.G.Tshaikovskoi : [1 ijunja 1995 : Perepetshatano iz ezhenedelnika 'Russkaja mõsl'] // Estonia. - 1995. - 11.juuli. - Lk.5

  2. Eesti venekeelsed lehed maadlevad maksuvõlgadega / Olga Grigorjeva, Ekaterina Taklaja

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    Grigorjeva, Olga, 1983-

    2008-01-01

    Äriregistri andmetel oli juuli lõpus ajalehe Den za Dnjom omaniku, firma Merger Meedia OÜ maksuvõlg 1 004 442 krooni, ajalehte Molodjozh Estonii väljaandva Moles Kirjastuse OÜ maksuvõlgnevus 543 456 ja ajalehte Vesti Dnja väljaandva Jüri Vilmsi Sihtkapitali võlgnevus 666 661 krooni. Kommenteerib Riigikogu liige Vladimir Velman

  3. Orientirõ Ilves-Extra / Arvo Kivikas ; interv. Olga Pavuk

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    Kivikas, Arvo, 1950-

    2000-01-01

    Õmblustööstusettevõte Ilves-Extra. Kommentaar: Eesti Rõiva- ja Tekstiililiit (ERTL). Tabelid: suuremad tekstiili- ja õmblustööstusettevõtted Eestis 1999; allahanketööde osa ettevõtetes. Ilmunud ka: The Baltic Course 2000/Autumn/Winter lk. 42-43

  4. Preiskurant na vstretshu s prezidentom / Boriss Reznik ; interv. Olga Vandõsheva

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    Reznik, Boriss

    2002-01-01

    Venemaa Riigiduuma korruptsiooni vastu võitlemise komisjoni esimehe arvates eksisteerib riigis teatud grupp riigiametnikke, kes teenivad selle pealt, et viivad inimesi kokku, muretsevad vajalikke allkirju, aitavad probleeme lahendada

  5. Bridgehead for Russia's westward offensive / Olga Pavuk, Tatyana Kamorskaya, Tatyana Merkulova

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    Pavuk, Olga

    2002-01-01

    Ilmunud ka: Baltiiskii Kurss 2002/Zima/Vesna nr. 20 lk. 26-28. Venemaa investeeringuid Baltimaadesse on statistikuil raske jälgida, sest palju kasutatakse offshore firmasid. Ülevaade Vene kapitali osakaalust Baltimaade majanduses. Tabel. Kommenteerivad: Igor Studennikov, Juri Zhubakov, Konstantin Provalov. Lisa

  6. "Dilemma" o dilemmah / Aleksandra Manukjan, Viktoria Ladõnskaja ; interv. Olga Tarassova

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    Manukjan, Aleksandra

    2005-01-01

    Euroopa Liidu PHARE programmi ja produktsioonifirma AA Visioon koostöös loodud kakskeelne saatesari "Dilemma" Eesti Televisiooni eetris. Teleajakirjanikud räägivad saate tegemisest, saatest. Ka Ida-Virumaast, kus tehtud palju probleemsaateid

  7. Konkurentsija stanovitsja tshestneje / Ainars Slesers, Piatras Cesna, Edgar Savisaar ; interv. Olga Pavuk

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    Slesers, Ainars

    2006-01-01

    Balti riikide transpordi-ala ministrid transpordi arengust Baltimaades, mastaapsematest transpordiprojektidest, kaubavedude koordineerimisest, konkurentsist Venemaa sadamatega, prognoosidest edasiseks arenguks

  8. Direktiivsed aktipaarid eestikeelsetes infodialoogides ja nende automaatne tuvastamine / Olga Gerassimenko, Riina Kasterpalu, Mare Koit ... [jt.

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    2010-01-01

    Analüüsitakse ametiasutustesse tulnud telefonikõnesid, eesmärgiga arendada intelligentset kasutajaliidest, mis võimaldaks suhelda andmebaasiga eesti keeles. Täpsemalt keskendutakse dialoogiakti direktiivsetele naabruspaaridele

  9. Estafetnõi beg v podderzhku obezdvizhennõhh / Olga Grigorjeva

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    Grigorjeva, Olga, 1983-

    2007-01-01

    17. mail Tallinnas, Tartus, Pärnus, Paides ja Toilas toimuvast laste heategevuslikust teatejooksust, mille tulud lähevad liikumispuudega laste aitamiseks. Selgitab ürituse koordinaator Erika Pallase

  10. Estonija poka slaba regionami / Jaan Õunapuu ; interv. Olga Tarassova

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    Õunapuu, Jaan, 1958-

    2007-01-01

    Regionaalminister Jaan Õunapuu kohtus Tallinnas venekeelsete ajakirjandusväljaannete esindajatega regionaalküsimustes. Minister vastas ajakirjanike küsimustele, mis puudutasid Kohtla-Järve administratiivjaotust, Ida-Virumaa regionaalseid probleeme, teedeehitust, kandideerimist parlamendivalimistel, projektide kirjutamist ja nende finantseerimist

  11. Suulise eesti keele korpus ja inimese suhtlus arvutiga / Tiit Hennoste, Olga Gerassimenko, Riina Kasterpalu ... [jt.

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    Hennoste, Tiit, 1953-

    2009-01-01

    Tutvustatakse Tartu Ülikooli suulise eesti keele korpuse ehitust, transkribeerimise põhimõtteid ja dialoogiaktide annoteerimiseks kasutatavat tüpoloogiat. Inimese ja arvuti vahelise suhtluse rakendusena analüüsitakse ametiasutustesse helistavate klientide esmaseid päringuid

  12. Budushtsheje za Business Travel / Olga Pavuk, Anzhela Rzhishtsheva, Tatjana Komorskaja...[jt.

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    2006-01-01

    Ülevaade Balti riikide konverentsi- ja äriturismist. Konverentsikeskustest hotellides ja mujal, Eesti suurematest äriturismiga tegelevatest ettevõtetest, Eestit külastanud turistide statistikast. Tabelid

  13. The events around the "Bronze Soldier" in the main Russian (language) newspapers of Estonia / Maria Radzhabova, Dominika Laidinen, Olga Pridotchenko

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    Radzhabova, Maria

    2008-01-01

    Artiklis analüüsitakse, kuidas kajastasid Eestis ilmuvad venekeelsed ajalehed Postimees : на русском языке, Молодежъ Эстонии ja Вести Дня sündmuseid, mis eelnesid ja järgnesid pronkssõduri teisaldamisele

  14. Using micro-contexts to describe a writing process in Estonian as a second language across proficiency levels / Olga Pastuhhova

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    Pastuhhova, Olga

    2015-01-01

    Kirjeldatakse venekeelsete eesti keele õppijate kirjutamisprotsessi mikrokonteksti mõiste abil. Uurimismaterjal on kogutud klaviatuuri klahvivajutuste salvestuse meetodil põhineva programmiga ScriptLog

  15. Tallinna arhitektuuribiennaal arvamustes / Tomomi Hayashi, Andres Sevtšuk, Olga Maria Hungar ...[jt.] ; intervjueerinud Veronika Valk

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    2013-01-01

    Välisministeeriumi majast, näitusele viivast trepiinstallatsioonist, Singapuri tehnoloogia- ja disainiülikooli City Form Labi väljapanekust "Koolide näitusel" Tallinna Linnahallis, sotsialistlikust arhitektuurist ja nõukogude ruumipärandist, Väike-Õismäe visioonivõistlusest, arhitektide kui avaliku arvamuse kujundajate rollist

  16. Interview of Tanya Lokshina, President of the Demos center, conducted by Olga Filippova, Moscow, 11 May 2007

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    2007-12-01

    Full Text Available Demos Veterans ProjectPIPSS.ORG – Could you please retrace for us the history of the research program untitled “Veterans of Chechnya” and, inside it, the sub-program “Drawing Public Attention to the Chechen Conflict through the Prism of Issues Associated with Social Adaptation and Professional Activities of Veterans”? Tanya Lokshina: Demos provides informative and expert-analytical work on current issues in Russia. On the basis of our informative work, we carry out in-depth research into the ...

  17. Organizational and sectoral changes in transition banking : Estonian experience / Kari Liuhto, Olga Lushtshik, Mart Sõrg...[jt.

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    2007-01-01

    Teadustöö käsitleb organisatsioonilisi ja sektoriaalseid arenguid Eesti pangandussektoris. Uuringu tulemuste põhjal võib järeldada, et vaatamata ebastabiilsele majanduslikule ja õiguslikule keskkonnale üleminekuperioodil, on pangandus Eestis olnud palju tulutoovam kui paljudes arenenud riikides, samal ajal on aga siirdemajanduse panganduse efektiivsus volatiilne ning ebaõnnestumise risk kõrge. Tabelid, joonised, diagrammid

  18. Ossipenkole jääb Eesti väikeseks / Ralf-Martin Soe, Olga Grigorjeva

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    Soe, Ralf-Martin

    2008-01-01

    Ida-Virumaa ärimees Nikolai Ossipenko uurib järjest aktiivsemalt Vene turgu, et ka sealsel kommunaalteenuste turul kanda kinnitada. Vt. samas: Kohtla-Järve ja Narva linnavalitsuste väljamaksed kommunaalteenuste eest; Iga kuues kroon Ossipenkole. Diagramm: AS N&V majandusnäitajad. Kommenteerib Viktor Rumjantsev

  19. The Chechen Conflict: A Case for U.S. Intervention

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    Russia-appointed Chechen Prime Minister, Sergei Abramov . In November 2004, the pro-Moscow Chechen president, Alu Akhanov, gave Kadyrov the key...development in Chechnya. Sergei Abramov - Abramov is Russia’s Chechen Prime Minister who is responsible for running the pro-Moscow Chechen government...Sergei Abramov serves as Russia’s Chechen Prime Minister who is responsible for overseeing the pro-Moscow Chechen government. In the second tier

  20. Muusikamaailm : Korsholmis Frans Helmersoni vaimus. Olga Neuwirthi uusooper. Manuel Rosenthal 95. Dvoraki ooper "Vanda" algkujul. Ka Henri Pousseuril juubel. Lionel Barti mälestuseks / Priit Kuusk

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    1999-01-01

    27.06-4.07 toimuvast Korsholmi festivalist Rootsis. Viini festivalil toimus O. Neuwirthi ooperi "Bählamms Fest" maailmaesiettekanne. M. Rosenthali tegevusest. G. Albrechti algatusel toimus Kölnis A. Dvoraki vähetuntud ooperi "Vanda" maailmaesiettekanne originaalversioonis. H. Pousseuri tegevusest. Londonis suri 68-aastasena L. Bart

  1. How the Estonian communists lost their war against the Finnish television : the documents of the Estonian State Archive reveal the historical truth / Olga Zhurjari, Peeter Vares

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    EKP võitlusest soome televisiooniga, mis jõudis haripunkti 1980-ndate alguses, kui keelati avalikes kohtades soome televisiooni vaatamine, üritati kontrollida soome telekanalite vaatamist kodudes jne

  2. Olga Guðrún Árnadóttir: Á rauðum sokkum: Baráttukonur segja frá

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    Full Text Available Í umsögn gagnrýnanda kemur meðal annars eftirfarandi fram: Bókin er skyldueign... þeirra sem enn eiga eftir að öðlast vitund og nýtt líf sem svo margar rauðsokkur öðluðust með þrotlausri vinnu, áræðni, kjarki, húmor og einstökum baráttuvilja.

  3. Construção participativa de sistemas de tratamento de esgoto doméstico no Assentamento Rural Olga Benário-MG

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    No Brasil, o saneamento básico em zonas rurais encontra-se ainda em situação precária, sobretudo em relação ao tratamento do esgoto domestico, expondo as famílias a focos de contaminação. A participação das comunidades rurais no processo decisório para a escolha das tecnologias de tratamento torna-se essencial para o acesso às informações e o sucesso dos sistemas a serem implantados. Neste contexto, este trabalho foi realizado com o objetivo de conceber e construir, de forma participativa com...

  4. Real Time Filtering and Parameter Estimation for Dynamical Systems With Many Degrees of Freedom

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    Forms for Reduced Stochastic Climate Models," PNAS, March 2009, Vol. 16, no. 10, pp. 3649-3653 (with R. Abramov ,) "New Algorithms for Low Frequency...Equatorial Shallow-Water Dynamics," CPAM, Vol. LXI, March 2008, pp. 0002 - 0012 (with R. Abramov ,) "New Approximations and Tests of Linear Fluctuation...Response for Chaotic Nonlinear Forced-Dissipative Dynamical Systems," J. Nonlinear Sci., Vol 18, pp. 303-341,2008 (with R. Abramov ,) "Blended Response

  5. Ensembles and Particle Filters for Ocean Data Assimilation

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    for quantification of information content, including information theoretic methods, e.g., Haven et al. (2005) , Abramov et al., (2005). APPROACH...PFEM): Application of chainless Monte-Carlo methods to mapping the ecology of the North Pacific Ocean REFERENCES Abramov , R., A. Majda and R...Haven, K., A. Majda, and R. Abramov , 2005. Quantifying predictability through information theory: small sample estimation in a non-Gaussian

  6. JPRS Report, Soviet Union, Political Affairs.

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    1988-11-15

    practice in our literature around a quarter of a century ago (S. Zalygin’s novella "On the Irtysh" and the works of F. Abramov and B. Mozhayev), but...published poem "prohibited" all ironic nuances, although "strict literature" existed even before this time—after all, F. Abramov and V. Bykov...global status. In the cycle of works by Abramov , Belov, Zalygin, Nosov, Mozhayev, and Shukshin, this literature was one of the first to bring

  7. USSR Report, Physics and Mathematics

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    Axis on Change in Refractive Index of Ambient Medium (V. Ya. Abramov , et al.; ZHURNAL PRIKLADNOY SPEKTROSKOPII, No 5, Nov 83) 21 Maximum Attainable...ZHURNAL PRIKLADNOY SPEKTROSKOPII in Russian Vol 39, No 5, Nov 83 (manuscript received 18 May 82, after completion 13 Jun 83) pp 740-744 ABRAMOV , V. Ya...considered here are found in the study of hydrodynamics. The author thanks A. A. Abramov for steady interest and valuable suggestions, also Yu. I. Mokin

  8. High Pressure Atomization.

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    1982-03-01

    guaranteeing that large velocity gra- velocity with fixed Reynolds number dient in the free mixing region are pro- (ReD - 100) using Abramovic and Solan...Solan are used, and con- (ReD 0 100) using Abramovic and Solan tinue to show a systematic Reynolds length and time scales (6) 5 numbe- dependence as...with different Reynolds figure because they did not identify the numbers using Abramovic and Solan Reynolds numbers corresponding to each length and

  9. Integrated Optical Synthetic Aperture Radar Processor.

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    1987-09-01

    tion Processing for Aerospace Applications. II, Langley, Virginia, (1983). Appendix C I. Abramov , Y. Owechko, A. R. Tanguay, Jr., and T. J. 45...1983). 3. I. Abramov , Y. Owechko, A. R. Tanguay, Jr., and T. J. Bicknell, "Real Time Synthetic Aperture Image Formation Utilizing an Electrooptic...LIGHT MODULATOR I. Abramov , Y. Owechko, and A.R. Tanguay, Jr. Departments of Electrical Engineering and Materials Science, and Image Processing

  10. Approximate Analysis of an Unreliable M/M/2 Retrial Queue

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    2007-03-01

    retrial queue studied most recently was by Abramov in 2006 [1] in which customers arrive according to a general renewal process with m servers whose...retrial queues in which the phase-merging algorithm can be applied. 5-2 Bibliography 1. Abramov , V. M. (2006). Analysis of multiserver retrial queueing

  11. JPRS Report, Science & Technology, USSR: Electronics & Electrical Engineering.

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    1988-02-23

    11, Nov 86) 20 ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY Melt-Through Characteristics of Walls of Metal Objects Struck by Lightning (N. R. Abramov , I. P...Jun 86) pp 22-27 [Article "by N. R. Abramov , I. P. Kuzhekin and V. P. Larionov, Moscow Power Engineering Institute] [Abstract] Existing methods of

  12. Ensemble-Based Estimates of the Predictability of Wind-Driven Coastal Ocean Flow Over Topography

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    2008-01-01

    introduced in geophysi- cal fluid dynamics to quantify predictive information content in forecast ensembles (Kleeman 2002; Abramov et al. 2005). Here, we...National Ocean Partnership Program. 33 REFERENCES Abramov , R., A. Majda, and R. Kleeman, 2005: Information theory and predictability for low-frequency

  13. Disturbance and Recovery of Arctic Alaskan Tundra Terrain. A Review of Recent Investigations.

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    1987-07-01

    analogous to situations where thermal thermoerosional niches (e.g. Williams 1952, erosion has been induced by off-road vehicle Abramov 1957, Walker and...assess environmental sensitivity 283-294. across large tundra areas could be improved with Abramov , R.V. (1957) Nish: Vytaivaniya (thaw- advances in

  14. 2009 USCG Innovation Expo

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    2009-11-19

    The present number of icebergs in the Arctic Basin is much larger than that reported by Abramov according to Vitaly Alexandrov of the NIERSC in Saint...Petersburg ( Abramov , 1996) Icebergs in the Arctic Basin – A New Challenge North-eastern Barents Sea, April 16, 2006 North-eastern Barents Sea, April

  15. JPRS Report, Science & Technology, USSR: Life Sciences.

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    1988-03-09

    Dehydrogenase Activity (A.N. Gaydamakin, M.M. Abramov ; RADIOBIOLOGIYA, No 4, Jul-Aug 87) 37 Radioprotective Efficacy and Mechanism of Action of... Abramov ] [Abstract] Comparative studies were conducted on outbred rats and dogs in order to assess the indicator value of lymphocytic succinate

  16. USSR Report, Military Affairs, Military History Journal, No. 6, June 1986

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    1986-11-14

    20 Logistic Support of Fronts in Encirclement Operations (pp 31-38) (K. N. Abramov ) . . ........... . . .............. 27 MASTERY AND...Russian No 6, Jun 1986 (signed to press 23 May 86) pp 31-38 [Article by Hero of the Soviet Union, Col Gen K. N. Abramov ] [Text] In the course of the Great

  17. Self-Inflicted Wounds: Russia’s Failed Chechen and North Caucasus Policy

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    2012-04-22

    Sergei Abramov , Chechnya’s Prime Minister, as acting president until elections could take place.187 Between the death of Kadyrov in 2004 and the...President Akhmad Kadyrov assumed the position of Chechen Prime Minister, replacing Sergei Abramov .189 In March 2007, President Alu Alkhanov accepted a

  18. Environmental Enrichment of Laboratory Rodents: The Answer Depends on the Question

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    Abramov U, Puussaar T, Raud S, Kurrikoff K, Vasar E. 2008. Behav- ioural differences between C57BL/6 and 129S6/SvEv strains are re- inforced by...environmental enrichment. Neurosci Lett 443:223–227. 2. Abramov U, Raud S, Innos J, Lasner H, Kurrikoff K, Tuma T, Puus- saar T, Okya K, Matsui T, Vasar E

  19. JPRS Report, Soviet Union. Aviation & Cosmonautics, No. 6, June 1988

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    1988-12-12

    Order for Service to the Homeland in the USSR Armed Forces, 3rd Class, and Maj V. Abramov , who has been awarded the Order for Service to the Homeland...SDL" Military personnel O. Abramov , G. Borodin, and K. Vyalin have requested that this journal discuss the ASAT antisatellite system. The editors

  20. Vesna prishla v Tallinn 23 janvarja / Vladimir Barsegjan

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    Tallinna ja Narva tekstiilikunstnike ühisnäitusest "Tekstiil" Tallinna juveeligaleriis Bindes. Osalejate loetelu. Tekstiilikunstnik Olga Loginova batikukunstist. Vene Draamateatri galerii saatusest. Illustratsiooniks Olga Loginova töö "Mees ja naine" (batik)

  1. Fatigue Performance under Multiaxial Loading

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    Abramov and H. Nagler. "Investigation of Effect of Welding on the Fatigue Properties of HY-80 Steel," New York Naval Shipyard, Material Laboratory...Project 6160-2, Progress Report 3, July 1961. 4-23.Stern, I., R. Wolfe, H. Nagler and P. Abramov . "Effects of Various Weld Flaws on Fatigue Properties of...V., P. Abramov and E. Lewis. "Investigation of the Effect of Welding on the Fatigue Properties of HY- 80 Steel," New York Naval Shipyard, Material

  2. Bibliography of Soviet Laser Developments, No. 18, October - December 1974

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    1975-04-25

    in media of diverse geometry. OiS, v. 37, no. 6, 1974, 1126-1133. 4. SyHtem» 424, Abramov , K. D. , V. I. Lakhno, and...Meaaurement of Laser Parameters 524. Abramov , V. Ya. , V. G. Leont’yev, G. S. Sedov, and S. A. Smorchkova (0). Study of...AbAKUMOVA, I, N. ADDIII.LAYKV, A.(i. ABPiri I.IN, Sll. A. ABHAMOV, K.D. ABRAMOV , V. YA. ABRAMYAN, 1 . E. AERObIMüV, (;. N

  3. Bibliography of Soviet Laser Developments, Number 46, March - April 1980.

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    1981-02-05

    1. Simple Mixtures a. He-Ne 56. Abramov , V.P., and I.P. Mazan’ko (0). Ionization wave during the build-up of a discharge in a long cuvette. ZhTF, no...4, 1980, 749-754. 57. Abramov , V.P., P.I. Ishchenko, and 1.P. Mazan’ko (0). Study on the build-up of a discharge in He-Ne laser cuvettes. ZhTF, no. 4...4V1541) 2. Laser-Excited Optical Effects 617. Abramov , A.P., I.N. Abramova, I.Ya, Gerlovin, and I.K. Razumova (0). Observing ballistic propagation of

  4. Moskva pisaraid ei usu : 5. Venemaa rahvuslik teatrifestival "Zolotaja Maska" 10. märtsist 5. aprillini 1999 Moskvas / Juri Ljubimov, Kadi Herkül ; interv. Olga Jero

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    1999-01-01

    Vaadeldakse lavastusi - A. Tshehhovi "Tatjana Repina" (lav. Valeri Fokin), W. Shakespeare'i "Talvemuinasjutt" (lav. Declan Donnellan), A. Ostrovski "Äike" (lav.Henrietta Janovskaja), A. Krutshjonõhhi "Võit päikese üle" (lav. Aleksandr Ponomarjov), W. Gombrowiczi "Iwona, Burgundia printsess" (lav. Oleg Rõbkin) ja H. Pinteri "Majahoidja" (lav. Juri Butussov)

  5. Die Inventare des bürgerlichen Besitzes als Quelle der Geschichte zur Erforschung der bürgerlichen Buchkultur in der Frühen Neuzeit : mitteleuropäische Forschung in den letzten drei Jahrzehnten / Olga Fejtova

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    2008-01-01

    Varandusinventaridest varauusaja linnakodanike raamatukultuuri ajaloo allikana. 1980. aastal Hollandis Wageningenis toimunud raamatukultuuri ajaloo konverentsist, mis keskendus varandusinventaride kui uue allikaliigi võimaluste kasutamisele. Edasiseks ülesandeks varauusaegse raamatukultuuri uurimisel on võrrelda omavahel kogu Euroopa uurimistulemusi

  6. JPRS Report, Soviet Union, Foreign Military Review, No. 5, May 1988

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    1988-10-31

    Abramov r • Publishing house: Izdatelstvo "Krasnaya zvezda" Place of publication: Moscow Date of publication: May 1988 Signed to press: 5 May 1988 COPYRIGHT: "Zarubezhnoye voyennoye obozreniye", 1988. 6904 6904

  7. Hommikueine Belgradis ja hallitav rukkileib / Anders Härm

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    2004-01-01

    Kunstipoliitikast Eestis ja Belgradis. Aastanäituse Oktoobrisalong (Oktobarski Salon) avamisest Belgradis, kuraator Anda Rottenberg. Rahvusvahelisel näitusel "Kontinental Breakfast" osalesid Ilja Kabakov, Emilia Kabakov, Christian Boltanski, Marina Abramovic, Esra Ersen, Anri Sala, Egle Raukaskaite

  8. Bibliography on Cold Regions Science and Technology, Volume 45, Part 1

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    1991-12-01

    burning of fossil fuels and from the produc- summary. 47 refs. the Abramov Glacier basin. [O ratsionalizatsii rabot tion of cement. historical and modern...River ice, Ice comver, Ice salinity. Ice composition, kikh I’dov], Abramov . V.A.. et al. Leningrad Arkticheski) i an- Reservoirs. Snow ice interface...conditions in marinas , mined by the estreme climate Functional requirements are Conceptual model for vertical frazil distribution in Wortley, C.A

  9. Bibliography on Cold Regions Science and Technology. Volume 35, Part 1

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    1981-12-01

    Yakut. Pu.. 1979. p 125-127. In Russian. Abramov glacier (Alis Range). Water-ire and heat 3c-238 5 refs. balance oi mountein glacier basii. [Lednak...over the Abramov glacier in Freezing potentials in wet clays. 2. Specific systems. Pathfinder for Arctic exploitation. Shipbuilding and years of average...production. (Le coneiztott della glaci- Process in geomorphology. ture. ologia marina dells osta orientalc della Grocnlatdja Emblcton. C. ed. Nes ) ork

  10. Bibliography of Soviet Laser Developments, Number 76, March - April 1985.

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    1986-06-01

    Abramov , V.P.; Mazan’ko, I.P.1 Manoshkin, Yu.V.; Ulanov, Ye.A. ). Radial distribution of the gain in a helium-neon plasma at 0.63 um under a lateral...Samsonova, I.Ye.; Freyfert, K.M. (GOI). Study on optical stability of silicate fiber lightguides. OPMPA, no. 3, 1985, 9-10. 349. Abramov , A.A.; Borkina

  11. International Congress NONLINEAR DYNAMICAL ANALYSIS 2007 dedicated to the 150th Anniversary of Academician A. M. Lyapunov

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    2010-05-14

    проект РНП. 2.1.1.1689). Efficiency of Adams-Moulton Method in Mathematical Modelling of the Motion of Small Bodies of Solar System Abramov V.V. Samara...problem. AUTHOR INDEX Abramov V.V., 184 Afanasyev V.A., 186 Agafonov S.A., 125 Akdeniz K. G., 352 Akdeniz K.G., 352 Akhmedov A.A., 219 Akimova A.N., 315

  12. JPRS Report, Soviet Union, USA: Economics, Politics, Ideology, No. 9, September 1987

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    1988-03-10

    Review of Book on Business Influence on U.S. Politics [Yu.K. Abramov , pp 114-115] 40 Appeal for More Access to U.S. Books on Management [B.N...Politics 1803000U Moscow SSHA: EKONOMIKA, POLITIKA, IDEOLOGIYA in Russian No 9, Sep 87 (signed to press 20Aug87)pp 114-115 [Report by Yu.K. Abramov on

  13. Carl Milles jättis Rootsile skulptuuriaia / Meeli Müüripeal

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    2008-01-01

    Rootsi skulptorist Carl Millesest (1875-1955), tema abikaasast Olga Millesest (sünd. Granner, 1874-1967), Millesgardenist Lidingö saarel, kus saab vaadata Carl Millese loomingut koopiate või originaalidena, ateljees kavandeid, antiik- ja kaasaegse kunsti kogu, õe Ruth Millese töid, Olga Millese maale ja joonistusi. Carl ja Olga Millese maja ja ateljee ehitati 1908. a. arhitekt Carl M. Bengtsoni projekti järgi

  14. Free zones on the fence

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    Euroopa Liiduga liitumisega võib kaasneda vabakaubandustsoonide kadumine Baltimaade sadamates. Sellega seonduvatest probleemidest. Koostanud Olga Pavuk, Jelena Narushevich, Gediminas Pilaitis, Tatjana Merkulova

  15. Surgery on Fetus Reduces Complications of Spina Bifida

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    Full Text Available ... Mechanisms Contract Opportunities Contacts Olga Acosta-Polston Grants Process, Policies & Strategies Grant Process Overview How to Apply Sample Applications & Summary Statements ...

  16. 50 CFR Figure 3 to Part 679 - Gulf of Alaska Reporting Areas

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    2010-10-01

    ... Part) and NOAA chart 500 (West Coast of North America, Dixon Entrance to Unimak Pass), between 170°00... Entrance to Unimak Pass) except that all waters of the Alitak/Olga/Deadman's/Portage Bay complex of Kodiak... Entrance to Unimak Pass) excluding all waters of the Alitak/Olga/Deadman's/Portage Bay complex of Kodiak...

  17. Pärn(ad) fookuses, sedapuhku Londonis / Stuart Sweeney

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    Londoni animafilmide festival pühendas ühe programmi Priit ja Olga Pärna uuemale loomingule. Ka 2009.a. parima Balti- ja Põhjamaade animafilmi auhinna - ANOBA auhinna, sai Olga ja Priit Pärna joonisfilm "Elu ilma Gabriella Ferrita". Viimane oli valitud ka suvise Austraalia festivali kavva

  18. Velikolepije i dvusmõslennost

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    Venemaa moenädalal (Russian Fashion Week) Moskvas näidatud kollektsioonidest sügis-talveks 2005/2006. Oma kollektsioone näitasid ameerika popmuusik ja moedisainer Boy George (George ÒDowd), inglise moedisainer Jenny Packham ning Jelena Suprun, Jekaterina Poljanskaja, Olga Komissarova, Olga Brovkina jt. Venemaalt

  19. A Test Model for Fluctuation-Dissipation Theorems with Time Periodic Statistics (PREPRINT)

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    2010-03-09

    Cov(u2(, u ∗ 2) ∂γ2 = − ∫ t −∞ ∫ t −∞ (2t− s− r)e−γ2(2t−s−r) ( 〈ψ(s, t)ψ(r, t)〉 − 〈ψ(s, t)〉〈ψ(r, t)〉 ) f2(s)f2(r)dsdr, (88) References [1] R. Abramov ...Short-time linear response with reduced-rank tangent map. Chinese Annals of Mathematics, Series B., 30:447–462, 2009. [2] R. Abramov and A.J. Majda... Abramov and A.J. Majda. New approximations and tests of linear fluctuation-response for chaotic nonlinear forced-dissipative dynamical sys- tems. J

  20. Bibliography on Cold Regions Science and Technology, Volume 46, Part 2, 1992

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    1992-01-01

    eng1 46-1074 Radar backscatter measurements during the Winter Weddell Abramov Glacier and the runoff in its basin (1989. p.85- Aakjaer. P.D. Gyre Study...eng1 46-4917 Xiang. D.X. Meiasurement and characterization of the pressure-sinkage Ice engineering design for marinas 11991. p 524-533. engj Effect t...regime of Global change and the carbon balance of arctic Variation of snow water equivalent and struanflow in the Abramov Glacier and the runofl in its

  1. USSR and Eastern Europe Scientific Abstracts, Electronics and Electrical Engineering, Number 41

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    1978-08-08

    Gorkiy IZV. VUZ: RADIOFIZIKA in Russian Vol 21 No 1, Jan 78 pp 114-118 manuscript received 25 Oct 76 ABRAMOV ,. V. I., Scientific-Research Institute...VUZ:RADIOELEKTRONIKA in Russian Vol 21 No 3, Mar 78 pp 90-92 manuscript received 10 Nov 76; after revision 25 Jan 77 LEBEDEV, V. K. and ABRAMOV , V. S...pp 28-31 ALEKSANDROVA, L., K0N0K0TIN, YU. and MARINA , F. [Abstract] The article gives specifications and parameters of Soviet-made receivers

  2. Bibliography on Cold Regions Science and Technology, Volume 45, Part 2

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    1991-12-01

    Gunteaapeegena, G.R. Development of the Lena River basin in the Late Cenozoic Abramov Glacier basin t1 99 0, p.45- 4 9 , rusi 45-1104 Wetland...0 , p.209-214, jpn1 45-.132 sults of the coherent antarctic radar depth sounder 4-5 Designing for control of ice conditions in marinas E199l tCRS) of...sink from Abramov , V.A., et at, E1990, p.1(6-124, ru] 45-1642 Aaade pst formaldehyde in polar ice cores. Staffelbach. T., Ct at. Arctic hurricane over

  3. Maksustatava väärtuse määramine käibemaksudirektiivis 2006/112/EÜ ja praktilised probleemid Eesti käibemaksuseaduses : [magistritöö] / Olga Lavrova ; Tartu Ülikool, õigusteaduskond ; juhendaja: Lasse Lehis

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    Ostuboonuste mõjust maksustatavale väärtusele, ettemaksudest (kas ja millal kuuluvad käibemaksuga maksustamisele), ebatõenäoliselt laekuvatest nõuetest, faktooringust ja maksustatavast väärtusest

  4. Fejtová, Olga/Ledvinka, Václav/Pešek, Jiří u.a.: Evropská velkoměsta mezi koncem války světové a války studené 1945–1989.

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    2014-01-01

    Roč. 54, - (2014), 233-237 ISSN 0523-8587 Institutional support: RVO:68378076 Keywords : European cities * Cold War * 1945–1989 * urban history * urban anthropology Subject RIV: AC - Archeology, Anthropology, Ethnology

  5. Translations from Kommunist, Number 18, December 1977.

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    1978-01-26

    undertaking to re- solve this problem). Studying unconnected topics student Marina Rumyantseva wrote brilliant works such as "The Noosphera and...Nationwide Discussion Abramov , Yu. Problem of Socialist Ownership and the Future Soviet Constitution Agafonova, A. Budget of the Worker»s Family

  6. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Detonation (8th) Held in Albuquerque, New Mexico on 15-19 Jul 1985

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    1985-07-19

    N.E. Marina , R.W. Van Dolah. charge of comp. Xl with PMMA brass. New Gap Sensitivity Methods for Ex- plosives. Bureau of Mines BM-RI 6947 DISCUSSION...V.G. Abramov , V.T. 12. P. Gray, P.R. Lee, Thermal Explosion Gontkovskaya, Dokl. Nauk. Akad, USSR, Theory, Oxidation & Combustion Reviews, 148, 156

  7. JPRS Report, Soviet Union, Political Affairs.

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    1988-10-05

    tage" department will present F. Abramov , I. Bunin, M. Gorkiy, Yu. Kazakov, A. Platonov, A. Remizov, V. Tendryakova, V. Shalamov, and M. Sholokhov...of the club of socially active people; Yuris Dimiters, artist; Arnold Klotinsh, musicolo- gist; Marina Kostenetskaya, writer; Dina Kuple, actress

  8. International Conference on Mathematical Methods in Electromagnetic Theory (MMET 2000), Volume 1 Held in Kharkov, Ukraine on September 12-15, 2000

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    2000-09-01

    Abramov V.I., Klimov A.Y., Reznik A.N., Tagunov B.B. Electrically small strip an- tenna of a high-temperature superconductor. Tech. Phys. Lett., 1994...Electromagnetic Theory 312 MMET*2000 Proceedings SHAPED FEED SYSTEMS FOR THE DUAL-REFLECTOR ANTENNAS Dmitry Y. Razdorkin, and Marina V. Romanenko Rostov Research

  9. JPRS Report, Science & Technology, USSR: Science & Technology Policy

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    1988-04-28

    Marina Nikolayevna Stroganova, docent, staff members of the same university; Candidate of Biological Sciences Alek- sandr Vladimirovich Khabarov...Mikhail Gukasovich Abramov , professor, Doctor JPRS-UST-88-005 28 April 1988 26 Awards, Prizes of Medical Sciences Natalya Yevgenyevna Andreyeva...docent, Doctor of Medical Sciences Lev Iosifovich Idel- son, senior scientific associate, Candidate of Medical Sciences Marina Davydovna Brilliant

  10. JPRS Report, Soviet Union: Political Affairs.

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    1989-06-20

    the Gosteleradio [State committee on television and radio], country. V. Ye. Abramov , chairman of TSSR Gosplan and others. In connection with this the...The It should be said that the nationalities question was round-table discussion was conducted by Marina Shak- neglected for more than 50 years-there

  11. Points of Contact for Oceanographic Institutes in Europe and Russia

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    1993-05-20

    Notes: Project Leader Guerzoni Marina 39 51 244004 First Name: Stefano Middle Initial: Last Name: Guerzoni Title: 1st Geotogia Company: Marina ...Biology Dept Ozmidov, R. Dep Dir & Head Physics Dept Lt. Ocean Turbulence Lab Abramov , Rudolf Annenkov, S.Yu. stratified flow over finite amp] bottom

  12. JPRS Report Environmental Issues.

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    1990-11-02

    have not mentioned a specific and V. Zhuravlev, followed by report by Yu. Filippov amount. and Ye. Abramov , all identified by caption] The contest...there. Ski areas, marinas and campgrounds are physical and chemical threats to the environment all lacking. affect them. If eagles, wolves and bears are

  13. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Detonation (6th) Held at Coronado, California on 24-27 August 1976

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    1976-08-01

    1452 (1967). and that compounds 77-79 fall within the preci- sion limits of that trend. 15. N. G. Samoilenko, A. A. Vinokurov, V. G. Abramov , and A. G...NM 87545 Marina del Rey, CA 90291 HN. L. Flaugh D). Edwards University of California MS-933 Y. de Longueville U.S. Naval Surface Weapons Center Los

  14. A Bibliography of the Physical Oceanography of Straits.

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    1986-11-01

    II. The deep circulation Abramov , V.L., S. S. Makarov and D. I. Shparo in the vicinity of the Gulf of Cadiz. Deep Sea Research (1970). Statistical...Strait and monthly mean Gill, A. E. (1977). The hydraulics of rotating-channel sea level differences across it. Studia Marina Sinica, flow. Journal of

  15. Astrocyte, the star avatar: redefined

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    Srinivas

    also characterized by the presence of the enzyme glutamine synthetase, which converts glutamate into glutamine, and is specifically present on astrocytes (Loo et al 1995; Norenberg. 1979). ...... Abramov A Y, Canevari L and Duchen M R 2004 Calcium signals induced by amyloid beta peptide and their consequences in.

  16. Bibliography of Research on Ocean Fronts, 1964-1984

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    1985-08-01

    8217■": . .:’■ ’. " ’.- >V.’ . " ’ PAGE ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS lii INTRODUCTION 1 SOURCES OF INFORMATION 1 REFERENCES 3 BIBLIOGRAPHICAL CITATIONS ON...Continental Shelf Seas. Cambridge Univ. Press. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL CITATIONS ON OCEAN FRONTS Abramov, A.A., B.A. Tareyev and V.I. Ul’yanova. 1972

  17. 1960-1970 : optimistlikud modernkatsetused / Siim Sultson

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    Sultson, Siim

    2006-01-01

    Eesti arhitektuurist, mis liikus iseseisvusaegsete meenutuste juurest läänemaade eeskujude poole. Ehitati näiteks Tallinna uus laululava, arh. Alar Kotli, EKP Keskkomitee peamaja, arh. Mart Port, Uno Tölpus, Olga Kontshajeva

  18. Kes oli Litvinenko? Miks ta tapeti? Kes Tappis? / Merit Kask

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    Kask, Merit

    2007-01-01

    Andrei Nekrassovi ja Olga Konskaja dokumentaalfilmist "Vastuhakk: Litvinenko juhtum" ("Rebellion: The Litvinenko Case"/"Bunt. Delo Litvinenko") : Suurbritannia - Venemaa 2007. Filmi näidati Cannes'i festivalil

  19. "Printsessa Alissija" rodilas v Tallinne / Eteri Kekelidze

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    Kekelidze, Eteri, 1944-

    1999-01-01

    Tallinnas Vene Romansi Klubis sündis lasteooper - Boriss Kisseljovi "Printsess Alicia", mille aluseks on Charles Dickensi "Jõulumuinasjutt". Lavastaja Olga Bunder, esitasid lapsed erinevatest Tallinna koolidest. Esietendus Salme Kultuurimajas 10. dets

  20. Opera - zhanr serjoznõi, no detjam dostupnõi / Edith Krilavitshiene

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    Krilavitshiene, Edith

    2000-01-01

    Lasteooper "Printsess Alicia" Charles Dickensi "Jõulumuinasjutu" ainetel külalisetendustel Narvas Kultuurimajas "Energeetik". Tallinna muusikateater Väike Ooper Vene Romansi klubis, mida juhivad Olga Bunder ja Edita Krilavitshiene

  1. "Printsess Alicia" on ooper lastelt lastele / Irina Kiviselg

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    Kiviselg, Irina, 1961-

    2000-01-01

    Tallinnas Vene Romansi Klubis sündis lasteooper - Boriss Kisseljovi "Printsess Alicia", mille aluseks on Charles Dickensi "Jõulumuinasjutt". Lavastaja Olga Bunder, esitavad lapsed erinevatest Tallinna koolidest. Külalisetendus Kohtla- Järve kultuurimajas

  2. Aasta filmi nominendid

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    2008-01-01

    Eesti Filmiajakirjanike Ühing (EFÜ) nimetas 2008.a. filmi auhinna nominendid : Mait Laasi "Aja meistrid", Priit ja Olga Pärna "Elu ilma Gabriella Ferrita", Kadri Kõusaare "Magnus", Priit Pääsukese "Must Peeter", Marko Raadi "Toomiku film"

  3. Advice to health professionals: Use of lignocaine as a diluent to ...

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    Advice to health professionals: Use of lignocaine as a diluent to reduce the pain associated with the administration of benzathine penicillin G. Geoffrey Madeira, Ana Olga Mocumbi, Bongani M Mayosi ...

  4. V predvkushenii prazdnika / Svetlan Semjonenko

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    Semjonenko, Svetlan

    2005-01-01

    Vene Draamateatri galerii korraldatud näitusest "Predvkushenije prazdnika" juveeligaleriis Bindes. Kuraator Olga Ljubaskina. Vladimir Baciu, Sveta Aleksejeva, Galina Preobrazhenskaja jt. töödest näitusel

  5. Surgery on Fetus Reduces Complications of Spina Bifida

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  6. Loučíme se s Olgou Hrabalovou (1930–2017)

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    Toncrová, Marta

    2017-01-01

    Roč. 27, č. 1 (2017), s. 82-83 ISSN 0862-8351 Institutional support: RVO:68378076 Keywords : Olga Hrabalová * Farewell * ethnology * folk songs Subject RIV: AC - Archeology, Anthropology, Ethnology

  7. Operative link on gastritis assessment stage is an appropriate predictor of early gastric cancer.

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    Zhou, Ying; Li, Hai-Yan; Zhang, Jing-Jing; Chen, Xiao-Yu; Ge, Zhi-Zheng; Li, Xiao-Bo

    2016-04-07

    To assess the predictive value of Operative Link on Gastritis Assessment (OLGA) and Operative Link on Gastric Intestinal Metaplasia Assessment (OLGIM) stages in gastric cancer. A prospective study was conducted with 71 patients with early gastric cancer (EGC) and 156 patients with non-EGC. All patients underwent endoscopic examination and systematic biopsy. Outcome measures were assessed and compared, including the Japanese endoscopic gastric atrophy (EGA) classification method and the modified OLGA method as well as the modified OLGIM method. Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) status was determined for all study participants. Stepwise logistic regression modeling was performed to analyze correlations between EGC and the EGA, OLGA and OLGIM methods. For patients with EGC and patients with non-EGC, the proportions of moderate-to-severe EGA cases were 64.8% and 44.9%, respectively (P = 0.005), the proportions of OLGA stages III-IV cases were 52.1% and 22.4%, respectively (P cancer.

  8. Journal of Chemical Sciences | Indian Academy of Sciences

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    dicarbollide) anion and its derivatives. Vladimir Bregadze Igor Sivaev Irina Lobanova Olga Kazheva Grigorii Alexandrov Andrey Kravchenko Vladimir Starodub Lev Buravov Lev Titov Oleg Dyachenko. Volume 122 Issue 1 January 2010 pp 37-41 ...

  9. Tantsupäev toob publiku ette säravaid balletitähti / Raimu Hanson

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    Hanson, Raimu, 1957-

    2006-01-01

    29. apr. esinevad Vanemuises rahvusvaheliselt tuntud tantsijad - Tamara Rojo, Jan-Erik Wikström, Inaki Urlezaga, Anna Valev, Olga Volobujeva, Priit Kripson, Diana Cuni ja Kristoffer Sakurai -, et tähistada rahvusvahelist tantsupäeva

  10. Na rozhdestvenskuju võstavku v Narve -- za predskazanijami sudbõ / Irina Tokareva

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    Tokareva, Irina

    2002-01-01

    Traditsiooniline jõulunäitus Narva kunstnike ja fotograafide töödest Narva kunstigaleriis. Näituse kujundaja Anne Pärtel. Temaatiline installatsioon Nadezhda Shtsherbakova ja Olga Loginova. Kommenteerib Karin Taidre

  11. Surgery on Fetus Reduces Complications of Spina Bifida

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  12. Baleriini mitmekihiline elu : Boriss Eifmani ballett "Punane Giselle" / Maria Goltsman

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    Goltsman, Maria

    2012-01-01

    Balletist "Punane Giselle", mille süžee aluseks on vene baleriini Olga Spessivtseva elulugu, koreograafia ja libreto Boriss Eifman. Leedu Rahvusooperi külalisetendus Estonia teatris 28. septembril 2011

  13. Surgery on Fetus Reduces Complications of Spina Bifida

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  14. Meid kõiki on kord reedetud / Raivo Järvi

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    Järvi, Raivo, 1954-2012

    2008-01-01

    Bondi-film "007: Veidi lohutust" ("Quantum of Solace") : režissöör Marc Foster : produtsent Barbara Broccoli jt : osades Daniel Craig, Mathieu Amalric, Olga Kurilenko, Giancarlo Giannini jt : Suurbritannia - Ameerika Ühendriigid 2008

  15. Konstrueerides superspiooni / Andris Feldmanis

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    Feldmanis, Andris, 1982-

    2008-01-01

    Bondi-film "007: Veidi lohutust" ("Quantum of Solace") : režissöör Marc Foster : produtsent Barbara Broccoli jt : osades Daniel Craig, Mathieu Amalric, Olga Kurilenko, Giancarlo Giannini jt : Suurbritannia - Ameerika Ühendriigid 2008

  16. Oceanographic profile temperature, salinity, oxygen, and nutrients measurements collected using bottle from the LCM Red in the Alaskan Coastal waters, from the Gerda in the Atlantic Ocean, and from DeSteiguer in the Pacific Ocean (NODC Accession 0002231)

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    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — Temperature, salinity, oxygen and other profile data received at NODC on 06/10/04 by Olga Baranova, digitized from "William J. Teague, Zachariah R. Hallock, Jan M....

  17. Mitte ainult jätistele : fassaadid kodututele / Karin Paulus

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    Paulus, Karin, 1975-

    1999-01-01

    Festival 'Backdoor media'99' koondnimetusega 'Fassaadid kodututele' Tallinnas. Andres Kure heliinstallatsioon, performance Tammsaare monumendi juures (kuraator Hanno Soans), Peterburi kunstnike Natalja Jegorova ja Olga Jakimanskaja videod, Silja Saarepuu kerjamiskarbid, Raoul Kurvitza video, samizdat-ajakiri.

  18. Christopher Bollyn : kaksiktornid lasti õhku / Christopher Bollyn ; interv. Krister Paris

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    Bollyn, Christopher

    2007-01-01

    Vabakutseline ajakirjanik Christopher Bollyn vastab küsimustele 11. septembril 2001 USA-s aset leidnud rünnaku kohta ning leiab, et see oli vandenõuteooria. Kommenteerib Olga Slov. Vt. samas: Ametlik tõde

  19. Russkoje ETV "sdelalo" "Al Dzhaziru" / Alina Zelimhanova

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    Zelimhanova, Alina

    2004-01-01

    Eesti Televisiooni venekeelsete saadete toimetuse saade "Mitmepalgeline Peterburi" (režissöör Olga Martõnova, toimetaja Natalja Malleus) võitis Moskva rahvusvahelisel ajakirjanike konkursil "Kuldne verb" teise koha auhinnaklassis "Täpne pilk"

  20. Krasotshnõje snõ Sed Arte Gallery / Irina Butjajeva

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    Butjajeva, Irina

    2007-01-01

    Valgevene kunstnike Jelena Shlegeli, Vladimir Gontsharuki, Dmitri Zenkovitshi ja Dmitri Masli maalinäitus "Valgevene värvilised unenäod" Tallinna galeriis Aatrium. Näitust vahendas Sed Arte Gallery, galerist Olga Ljubaskina

  1. Tolko ljubov! / Irina Butjajeva

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    Butjajeva, Irina

    2008-01-01

    Tallinna Vana Viru hotelli fuajees avati maali- ja skulptuurinäitus. Korraldajaks on SED ARTE Gallery, galerist Olga Ljubaskina. 16 osaleja hulgas on Anatoli Strahhov, Sergei Jantshenko, Iris Uuk, Aivar Rihkrand, Vera Stanishevskaja, Vladimir Baciu ja skulptor Tauno Kangro

  2. Animeeritud unistused said juba kümnendat korda tõeks / Kristiina Davidjants

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    Davidjants, Kristiina, 1974-

    2008-01-01

    Animafilmide festivali "Animated Dreams" võitis Priit ja Olga Pärna joonisfilm "Elu ilma Gabriella Ferrita". Samuti esitati see Põhjamaade ja Balti riikide animafestivalide ühise auhinna ANOBA nominendiks

  3. Perekond Pärna film tõi Eestile esimese koduvõidu / Tiit Tuumalu

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    Tuumalu, Tiit, 1971-

    2008-01-01

    Animafilmide festivali "Animated Dreams" võitis Priit ja Olga Pärna joonisfilm "Elu ilma Gabriella Ferrita". Samuti esitati see Põhjamaade ja Balti riikide animafestivalide ühise auhinna ANOBA nominendiks. Ka teistest auhinnatutest

  4. Открылся выставка "Нежность" художников из Беларуси и Эстонии

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    2010-01-01

    Tallinna Vana Wiru hotellis avati Eesti ja Valgevene kunstnike ühisnäitus "Õrnus". Näituse korraldas galerii SED Arte eesotsas Olga Ljubaskinaga. Eesti kunstnikest osaleb Svetlana Aleksejeva Tallinnast

  5. Nädala lahkuja - Ralf R. Parve

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    2008-01-01

    Ralf R. Parvet meenutavad Allan Alaküla, Jaan Niin, Oleg Burov, Kirill Teiter, Olga Põder, Ramon Loik, Liina Tõnisson, Toivo Tootsen, Vello Mikk, Jüri Paet, Toomas Varek, Eve Osa, Arvo Sirendi, Igor Gräzin

  6. Arvo i Olgu znajete? / Andrei Babin

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    Babin, Andrei

    2004-01-01

    12-osaline muulastele eesti keelt õpetav teleseriaal "A ja O" : stsenarist ja lavastaja Sulev Keedus : osalised Arvo Kukumägi ja fotograaf Olga Makina. Tellijaks oli Integratsiooni Sihtasutus. Kuidas ja kas projekt õnnestus

  7. Narva - Kostroma : grafika v dvizhenii / Aleksei Ivanov

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    Ivanov, Aleksei

    2007-01-01

    Narva kunstnike graafikanäitus "Narva liinil" Kostromas. Osalevad Igor Gordin, Olga Tjurina, Luule Dmitrijeva, Kuzja Zverjev (Vladislav Kuznetsov), Anatoli Romanov ja Vera Lantsova Narva kunstnike ühendusest "Vestervalli"

  8. Kunstikoguja märkmed / Mart Lepp

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    Lepp, Mart, 1947-

    2007-01-01

    Olga Terri 90. sünnipäeva puhul kunstnikust, tema loomingust ja selle kogumisest. Kunstniku tähtpäevanäitused: "Olga Terri ja eesti portree" Eesti Kontserdi galeriis Tallinnas märtsis 2006, "Melanhoolia ja lõõm" Tallinna Kunstihoone galeriis 5.-28. I, juubelinäitus Haus galeriis 28. XI 2006-12. I 2007

  9. Noort moodi / Kätlin Karik

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    Karik, Kätlin

    2011-01-01

    ERKI Moeshow Volta tehases 4. juunil 2011. Loetletud lavale pääsenud kollektsioonid. Pikemalt kollektsioonidest "All that money" (Madis Luik, Karen Milistver, Nele Aunap), "Satellite orchids" (Olga Jazepova), "Vaktsiin" (Triinu Jõhve, Diana Tombak, Katrina Kaubi, Maarja Siim, Piret Mägi, Elina Peippo), "I love you...me neither" (Olga Rattik), "Haute sport couture" (Kristina Tatarinova). Kollektsioonide autorid vastavad kolmele küsimusele

  10. Operative link on gastritis assessment stage is an appropriate predictor of early gastric cancer

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    Zhou, Ying; Li, Hai-Yan; Zhang, Jing-Jing; Chen, Xiao-Yu; Ge, Zhi-Zheng; Li, Xiao-Bo

    2016-01-01

    AIM: To assess the predictive value of Operative Link on Gastritis Assessment (OLGA) and Operative Link on Gastric Intestinal Metaplasia Assessment (OLGIM) stages in gastric cancer. METHODS: A prospective study was conducted with 71 patients with early gastric cancer (EGC) and 156 patients with non-EGC. All patients underwent endoscopic examination and systematic biopsy. Outcome measures were assessed and compared, including the Japanese endoscopic gastric atrophy (EGA) classification method and the modified OLGA method as well as the modified OLGIM method. Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) status was determined for all study participants. Stepwise logistic regression modeling was performed to analyze correlations between EGC and the EGA, OLGA and OLGIM methods. RESULTS: For patients with EGC and patients with non-EGC, the proportions of moderate-to-severe EGA cases were 64.8% and 44.9%, respectively (P = 0.005), the proportions of OLGA stages III-IV cases were 52.1% and 22.4%, respectively (P < 0.001), and the proportions of OLGIM stages III-IV cases were 42.3% and 19.9%, respectively (P < 0.001). OLGA stage and OLGIM stage were significantly related to EGA classification; specifically, logistic regression modeling showed significant correlations between EGC and moderate-to-severe EGA (OR = 1.95, 95% CI: 1.06-3.58, P = 0.031) and OLGA stages III-IV (OR = 3.14, 95%CI: 1.71-5.81, P < 0.001), but no significant correlation between EGC and OLGIM stages III-IV (P = 0.781). H. pylori infection rate was significantly higher in patients with moderate-to-severe EGA (75.0% vs 54.1%, P = 0.001) or OLGA/OLGIM stages III-IV (OLGA: 83.6% vs 55.8%, P < 0.001; OLGIM: 83.6% vs 57.8%, P < 0.001). CONCLUSION: OLGA classification is optimal for EGC screening. A surveillance program including OLGA stage and H. pylori infection status may facilitate early detection of gastric cancer. PMID:27053859

  11. 21ST International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics, Marseille (France) 26-31 July 1998. Book of Abstracts, Volume I: Oral Sessions.

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    1998-07-30

    200) and State Program for Leading Research Groups Sup- port (grant 96-15-96063) References [1] Abramov A.A., Kogan M.N., Possible regimes of supersonic...11 TP-P Abe T. 1816 1 MCM3 Beskok A. 6021 1 RF3 Abramov A,A. 5039 11 NS-P Beylich A.E. 1627 11 GS-P Abramovskaja M.G. 2282 1 RF3 Beylich A. E. 1660 11... Marina L. 1766 11 NS-P Kuznetsova 1. 5006 11 TP-P Markachev Yu.E. 5002 11 AA-P Kuzyakin D.V. 5294 11 NS-P Markachev Yu.E. 5001 11 TP-P Lago V. 3209 11

  12. Russia’s Homegrown Insurgency: Jihad in the North Caucasus

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    2012-10-01

    Razdobudko and Marina Khorosheva, who carried out separate suicide bombings in Gubden, Dagestan, on February 14, 2011, and Viktor Dvorakovskii, who...Kadyrov was elevated to the post of Prime Minister, replacing Sergey Abramov . Less than a year later, Alkhanov was dismissed and Kadyrov appointed...addressing the root causes of the problem will require a dialogue with Moscow, the prospects of which are dim. ENDNOTES - CHAPTER 3 1. Marina Kamenev, “Has

  13. Radioactivity and Environmental Security in the Oceans: New Research and Policy Priorities in the Arctic and North Atlantic

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    1993-06-09

    Exposure of the Population of the European Community from Radioactivity in North European Marine Waters, Project MARINA , Bruges 14-16 June 1989...Pavlov V. K., Voynov a N. , Abramov V. A. Report "Hydrological and ice processes at Rusanovskaya oil field in the 3 Kara Sea", 1980, pp. 120. 10...testing of the model. The CEC (1990) Marina model was also useful in deriving the south-west section of the MEL ARCTIC2 model.I The model has been

  14. Addition of H-phosphonates to quinine-derived carbonyl compounds. An unexpected C9 phosphonate–phosphate rearrangement and tandem intramolecular piperidine elimination

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    Łukasz Górecki; Artur Mucha; Paweł Kafarski

    2014-01-01

    Summary The Abramov reaction, a base-catalyzed nucleophilic addition of dialkyl H-phosphonates (phosphites) to carbonyl compounds, was performed with oxidized quinine derivatives as the substrates. Homologous aldehydes obtained from the vinyl group reacted in a typical way which led to α-hydroxyphosphonates, first reported compounds containing a direct P–C bond between the quinine carbon skeleton and a phosphorus atom. For the C9 ketones a phosphonate–phosphate rearrangement, associated with ...

  15. Tar removal from low-temperature gasifiers

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    Zwart, R.W.R. [ECN Biomass, Petten (Netherlands); Van der Heijden, Simon; Emmen, R. [Dahlman, Maassluis (Netherlands); Dall Bentzen, Jens [Dall Energy, Hoersholm (Denmark); Ahrenfeldt, Jesper [Risoe DTU, Roskilde (Denmark); Stoholm, Peder [DFBT, Roskilde (Denmark); Krogh, Jorn [Anhydro, Soeborg (Denmark)

    2010-05-15

    In the title project two gas cleaning technologies are adapted and tested in connection to low-temperature gasification. These concern the OLGA tar removal technology developed by the Dutch partners in the project and the cooling, filtration and partial oxidation developed by the Danish partners in the project. This project aimed at judging the technical and economical suitability of two up-scalable tar removal methods (OLGA and Partial Oxidation) connected to high-efficiency low-temperature gasification. Suitability opens the way to high efficient and high fuel flexible biomass gasification systems for the connection to gas engines, gas turbines, fuel cells or catalytic synthesis gas reactors.

  16. Professional Monograph Review

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    Mildeová Stanislava

    2008-10-01

    Full Text Available Title of the monograph: Systems Approach to Knowledge Modelling. Authors: dr. Ludmila Dömeová; dr. Milan Houška; dr. Martina Houšková Beránková. Cover designer: Olga Čermáková. Interior designer: Roman Kvasnička. Publisher: Graphical Studio Olga Čermáková, Czech Republic. Place: Hradec Králové, Czech Republic. Year of publication: 2008. Number of pages: 282. Recommended price of the book: 39.90 EUR. First edition. Reviewer : dr. Stanislava Mildeová; Department of Systems Analysis, Faculty of Informatics and Statistics, University of Economics, Prague.

  17. Parimad Eesti modellid / Mari-Liis Helvik

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    Helvik, Mari-Liis

    2008-01-01

    Kersti Pedanik, Martin Merimaa agentuurist Living Models Agency; Olga Serova, Anett Griffel agentuurist EMA Model Management; Triin Villemsaar, Kertu-Maria Nurk agentuurist Beatrice MASS Modelnet; Karmen Pedaru, Carolina Bergstein agentuurist MJ-Models. Kommenteerivad Evelyn Mikomägi, Katrin Rannaväli, Beatrice, Margit Jõgger

  18. Palgatööjõust iseenda peremeheks

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    2008-01-01

    Viis firmaomanikust ärinaist - OÜ Loodusjõud viie ökopoe omanik Ave Oit, Hektor-Lighti omanik ja tegevjuht Ülle Jõks, Pilgrim Eesti OÜ omanikud Ruth Laidvee ja Piret Liiv ning keskuse Atlantis, restorani Subboteja ja klubi Sunset omanik Olga Aasav - oma firma rajamisest ning ettevõtlusega seotud riskidest. Kommenteerib Kaubandus-Tööstuskoja peadirektor Siim Raie

  19. Alkaline proteases are important group of enzymes used primarily ...

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    KTUZ

    Full Length Research Paper. Extracellular proteolytic activity of Deinococcus geothermalis. Olga Pietrow, Anna Panek and Józef Synowiecki*. Department of Food Chemistry, Technology and Biotechnology, Faculty of Chemistry, Gdańsk University of Technology,. Gabriela Narutowicza Street 11/12, 80-233 Gdańsk, Poland.

  20. Exegi monumentum ehk palee Tallinnas / Siim Sultson

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    Sultson, Siim

    2007-01-01

    Tallinnas Narva mnt. 7 endisest Tsentrosojuzprojektist ümber ehitatud Triumph Plazast (arhitektid Vilen Künnapu ja Ain Padrik). Maja kavandati 1981. a. büroohooneks (arhitektid Olga Bruns ja Mart Kalling). Kommenteerivad Mart Port, Dmitri Bruns, Kristiina Möldre ja Ain Padrik

  1. Pealinna nullpunktiks pürgivad tornid / Urmas Oja

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    Oja, Urmas, 1981-2012

    2006-01-01

    Triumph Plaza Tallinnas Narva mnt. 7 (1978. a. valminud Olga Brunsi ja Mart Kallingu projekteeritud kontorihoone rekonstruktsioon). Arhitektid Vilen Künnapu, Ain Padrik ja Kristi Alamaa, AB Künnapu & Padrik. Ehituse peatöövõtja: AS KMG Ehitus. Tööde lõpp: juuli 2006. 6 värv. ill

  2. Tornkorteritega maja otse tulevikust / Ave Randviir

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    Randviir, Ave, 1981-

    2006-01-01

    Vilen Künnapu, Ain Padriku ja Kristi Alamaa ümberehitusprojekti järgi valminud modernsest kolme torniga elumajast Triumph Plaza Tallinnas Narva mnt. 7. Rekonstrueeriti Olga Brunsi ja Mart Kallingu 1981. a. valminud konterihoone. Kommenteerib Vilen Künnapu

  3. V nulevoi totshke stolitsõ ustreemljajutsja vvõs bashni / Urmas Oja

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    Oja, Urmas, 1981-2012

    2006-01-01

    Triumph Plaza Tallinnas Narva mnt. 7 (1978. a. valminud Olga Brunsi ja Mart Kallingu projekteeritud kontorihoone rekonstruktsioon). Arhitektid Vilen Künnapu, Ain Padrik ja Kristi Alamaa, AB Künnapu & Padrik. Ehituse peatöövõtja: AS KMG Ehitus. Tööde lõpp: juuli 2006. 3 värv. ill

  4. Statistical Methods for Studying Genetic Variation in Populations

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    2012-08-01

    using multilocus genetic data. Genetics, 160(3):1217–1229, 2002. 2.2, 3.1 Antonis C Antoniou, Amanda B Spurdle, Olga M Sinilnikova, Sue Healey , Karen A...Timmermann, Marius Tolzmann, Jason Affour- tit, Dana Ashworth, Said Attiya, Melissa Bachorski, Eli Buglione, Adam Burke, Amanda Caprio, Christopher Celone

  5. Effects of substitutions at position 180 in the Escherichia coli RNA ...

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    Olga N Koroleva1 Stephen Jw Busby2 Valeriy L Drutsa3. Chemical Faculty, Lomonosov Moscow State University, 119992 Moscow, Russia; School of Biosciences, The University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2TT, UK; Belozersky Institute of Physico-Chemical Biology, Lomonosov Moscow State University, ...

  6. Алиса в Заэстонье / Николай Караев

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    Караев, Николай, 1978-

    2010-01-01

    „Alice" on omanäoline live perfomance, mis koosneb kaasaegsest koreograafiast, originaalsest autorimuusikast, kunstilisest videost, traditsioonilisest animatsioonist, VJ setist ja varjude teatrietendusest. Lavastuse autoriteks on MTÜ Fat Snail, MTÜ Vastik Sipsik, MTÜ HeliTelg, Olga Privis ja Aleksandr Žedeljov. Lavastus põhineb Lewis Carrolli teosel „Alice Imedemaal", kuid pole otseselt autori tekstide ümberjutustus

  7. Ainult kaks küsimust / Aleksandr Žedeljov

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    Žedeljov, Aleksandr

    2010-01-01

    Vene Teatris juunis 2011 esietenduvast live performance'ist "Alice", mis koosneb kaasaegsest koreograafiast, originaalsest autorimuusikast. videost, animatsioonist ja varjuteatrist. Lewis Carroll'i teosel "Alice Imedemaal" põhineva lavastuse autorid on Olga Privis, Aleksandr Žedeljov, MTÜ Fat Snail, MTÜ Vastik Sipsik, MTÜ HeliTelg

  8. Golosa manezhnogo Peterburga / Galina Balashova

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    Balashova, Galina

    2004-01-01

    Peterburi kaasaegsest kunstist seoses kunstiteadlase Larissa Skobkina kureeritud näitusega Tallinna Vene saatkonna galeriis. Tutvustatakse underground-kunstnikke Anatoli Basinit, Vjatsheslav Mihhailovit, Valeri Lukkat, Vladimir Vidermani, Gleb Bogomolovit, Gennadi Ustjugovit, Natalja Zhilinat, rühmitust Mitki ja selle liikmeid Vladimir Shinkarjovi, Aleksandr Florenskit, Olga Florenskajat ning Peterburi fotokoolkonda esindavat Andrei Tshezhinit

  9. Animated Dreamsi festivali parimad said eile auhinnad / Kaarel Kressa

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    Kressa, Kaarel, 1983-

    2010-01-01

    12. animafilmide festivali Animated Dreams grand prix' pälvis Kei Oyama film "Käeseep" (Jaapan, 2008). Parima disaini preemia sai Jonas Odelli "Tussilago" (Rootsi, 2010). Parima loo jutustas Olga ja Priit Pärna "Tuukrid vihmas" (Eesti, 2009). Teistest preemiatest

  10. Kosmos na holste

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    2006-01-01

    Eesti kunstnikust Oleg Võssotskist. Tema loomingut iseloomustab Riikliku Vene Muuseumi teaduslik töötaja Olga Petrova. Oleg Võssotski tööde näitus "Terra indigo" avatakse Vene Draamateatri galerii näitusepaigas juveeligaleriis Bindes Tallinnas

  11. Bulletin of Materials Science | News

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    Home; Journals; Bulletin of Materials Science; Volume 36; Issue 1. Issue front cover thumbnail. Volume 36, Issue 1. February 2013, pages 1-182. pp 1-7. Carbon nanotubes purification constrains due to large Fe–Ni/Al2O3 catalyst particles encapsulation · Goran Boskovic Sanja Ratkovic Erne Kiss Olga Geszti · More Details ...

  12. Master-klass po pashalnõm jaitsam / Irina Butjajeva

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    Butjajeva, Irina

    2006-01-01

    Ukraina kultuurikeskuse juhataja Anatoli Ljutjuk tutvustab saadikute ja poliitikute ukrainajuurtega abikaasadele Tallinna ukraina kultuurikeskust. Kultuurikeskuse muuseumi värvitud munade kollektsiooni, ülestõusmispühade munade värvimise traditsioone Ukrainas ja munade värvimistehnikat tutvustab etnograaf Olga Polituhhina

  13. Anton Chekhov: Yalta Years, 1899-1904.

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    Brinkle, Lydle

    Anton Pavlovich Chekhov spent 6 of the last 7 years of his life at Yalta (located on the Crimean Peninsula) where he had a house constructed in order that he might live in a climate favorable to his failing health. During these years Chekhov married the actress Olga Knipper and met Leo Tolstoy, who was near the end of his life. Chekhov also…

  14. The elementary theory of groups a guide through the proofs of the Tarski conjectures

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    Fine, Benjamin; Myasnikov, Alexei; Rosenberger, Gerhard; Spellman, Dennis

    2014-01-01

    After being an open question for sixty years the Tarski conjecture was answered in the affirmative by Olga Kharlampovich and Alexei Myasnikov and independently by Zlil Sela. This book is an examination of the material on the general elementary theory of groups that is necessary to begin to understand the proofs.

  15. Putini ja Medvedevi vahele tekib järjest rohkem ruumi / Jaanus Piirsalu

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    Piirsalu, Jaanus, 1973-

    2010-01-01

    Vene politoloogi Olga Krõštanovskaja hinnangul tunnetatakse Venemaal, et tekkimas on n.-ö. toetusgrupp nimelt Dmitri Medvedevile, mitte Putini-Medvedevi tandemile. Poliitikavaatleja Nikolai Svanidze hinnangul on ajakirjandus Venemaal muutunud veidi vabamaks. Märgata on avalikku kriitikat Vladimir Putini ja võimupartei Ühtne Venemaa kohta

  16. Täna antakse üle Kristjan Raua nimelised preemiad

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    2005-01-01

    Tänavused Kristjan Raua preemiate saajad on Peeter Allik isikunäituse eest, Inge Teder "Naha ja köitekunsti ajalugu" eest, Olga Terri loomingulise tegevuse eest ja Mare Joonsalu, Reet Mark, Tiiu Talvistu näituse "Karin Luts" eest. Laureaadid saavad 20 000 krooni ja Enn Johannese kujundatud medalid

  17. Linnagaleriis näeb ehitamata jäänud Pärnut / Teet Roosaar

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    Roosaar, Teet, 1963-

    2003-01-01

    Näitusest "Ehitamata Pärnu". Koostaja Liina Jänes. Lühidalt Olev Siinmaa, Anton Soansi, Harald Armani projektidest. Fotodel Toomas Reinu, Ell Väärtnõu, Andres Ringo, Ülo Peili, Ado Eigi, Kalvi Voolaidi, Jaagup Linnakivi, Mart Pordi, Dmitri ja Olga Brunsi ning Grigori Shumanovski kavandatud hooned

  18. Research Article Special Issue

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    2017-02-15

    . 2. Belgorod State University, 85, Pobedy St. ..... the ratio of the energy of the received NRS to noise power spectral density, ..... International Journal of Soft Computing, 10(6): 420-426. 22. Olga A. Ivashuk, Igor S. Konstantinov, ...

  19. Oktjabrskije premjerõ Radio 4 / Vitali Andrejev

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    Andrejev, Vitali

    2006-01-01

    Detsembris 2006 tähistab Eesti Raadio oma 80ndat juubelit. Sel puhul on ka venekeelse Raadio 4 sügishooajal plaanis mitmeid raadiosaateid. Artiklis tutvustab sügis-talvist programmi raadiojaama üks peatoimetajaid Olga Shubin

  20. Weighing the legal basis for housing rights in Zimbabwe | IDRC ...

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    2016-12-13

    Weighing the legal basis for housing rights in Zimbabwe. December 13, 2016. Julie Stewart, Rosalie Katsande, and Olga Chisango. Zimbabwean independence ended racial segregation and colonial rule. Yet the hopes and expectations that it would radically improve living conditions for the country's black majority remain ...

  1. Gastrites chroniques à hélicobacter pylori : évaluation des systèmes ...

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    Helicobacter pylori (H pylori) gastritis presents a risk of cancer related to atrophy and intestinal metaplasia. Two recent classifications OLGA (Operative Link on Gastritis Assessment) and OLGIM (Operative Link on Gastritic Intestinal Metaplasia assessment) have been proposed to identify high-risk forms (stages III and IV).

  2. Uneskõndija kosub jõudsalt : Rahvusvaheline tudengi- ja lühifilmide festival "Sleepwalkers 2008" / Donald Tomberg

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    Tomberg, Donald, 1972-

    2009-01-01

    Pimedate Ööde 12. filmifestivali alafestivali Sleepwalkers auhinnatud filmidest. Eesti lühifilmide programmi peaauhinna sai Priit Pääsukese "Must Peeter", rahvusvahelise tudengifilmi peaauhinna sai Reto Caffi "Piiri peal", parim dokfilm oli venelanna Olga Popova "Teemas" ja mängufilm soomlase Mikko Kuparineni "Tõde või tegu"

  3. Untitled

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    MBY

    eventually renal transplantation can be considered following development of chronic renal failure ***. References. 1. Pérez del Campo Yardelis, Espinosa López Digna Ma,. Florin Yrabién José, Levy Olga Noemi, Álvarez Arias Clara. Zaida y Infante Velásquez Erduy. Sindrome hemolitico urémico. Aspectos epidemiológicos ...

  4. Synthesis and phase behavior of dendrons derived from 3, 4, 5-tris ...

    Indian Academy of Sciences (India)

    Home; Journals; Journal of Chemical Sciences; Volume 127; Issue 10. Synthesis and phase behavior of dendrons derived from 3,4,5-tris(tetradecyloxy)benzoic acid with different functional groups in focal point. Matvey Gruzdev Ulyana Chervonova Olga Akopova Arkadiy Kolker. Volume 127 Issue 10 October 2015 pp 1801- ...

  5. Tratamientos diferenciados para sentenciados por delitos sexuales en contra de niñas y niños /

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    Flores Díaz, Irma Leticia sustentante.

    2009-01-01

     tesis que para obtener el grado de Doctor en Derecho, presenta Irma Leticia Flores Díaz ; asesor Juan N. Silva Meza, Olga María del Carmen Sánchez Cordero, Luciana Esther Ramos Lira. xv, 579 páginas : ilustraciones. Doctorado en Derecho UNAM, Facultad de Derecho, 2009

  6. Uus Bondi-piiga on ukrainlane

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    2008-01-01

    22. Bondi-filmi valiti "Bondi-tüdrukuks" Ukraina näitlejanna Olga Kurõlenko. Režissöör Marc Forster, Bondi rollis Daniel Craig. Avalikustatud on ka teised tegijad. Produtsendid Michael G. Wilson ja Barbara Broccoli avasid võtteperioodi

  7. El espíritu de Dostoyevski. [Reseña

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    García-Cuadrado, J.A. (José Ángel)

    2010-01-01

    Reseña de Nikolay BERDIAEV, El espíritu de Dostoyevski, traducción Olga Trankova Tabatadze; prólogo Artur Mrówczynski-Van Allen, Publicaciones del Centro Internacional para el Estudio del Oriente Cristiano, Granada: Editorial Nuevo Inicio, 2008, 253 pp., 15,5 x 21,5, ISBN 978-84-936102-1-0.

  8. Effect of fall-applied nitrogen on growth, nitrogen storage, and frost hardiness of bareroot Larix olgensis seedlings

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    Guolei Li; Yong Liu; Yan Zhu; Qingmei Li; R. Kasten Dumroese

    2012-01-01

    Nursery response of evergreen trees to fall fertilization has been studied widely, but little attention has been given to deciduous trees. Bareroot Olga Bay larch (Larix olgensis Henry) seedlings were fertilized in the nursery with urea at four rates (0, 30, 60, 90 kg N ha-1), with half of each rate applied on two dates (September 16 and October 1, 2009). The seedlings...

  9. TiSSA pleenum "Sotsiaaltöö kriisi ajal" : mida on sotsiaaltööl pakkuda ja kes saab sellest kasu? / Regina Lind

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    Lind, Regina

    2010-01-01

    22.-27. aug. 2010 toimus Tallinna Ülikoolis TiSSA doktorantide eelkonverents ja pleenum. Pleenumil peetud sotsiaalteadlaste ettekannetest. Esinesid: Holger Ziegler, Karin Böllert, Catrin Heite, Hans van Ewijk, Walter Lorenz, Mikko Mäntysaari, Heinz Sünker, Synnöve Karvinen-Niinikoski, Olga Borodkina

  10. Dialoogid kohatusest / Justin Ions ; tõlkinud Katrin Kivimaa

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    Ions, Justin

    2009-01-01

    Rahvusvaheline näitus "thisPLACEd" ("Kohatute koht") Tallinna Linnagaleriis 1. märtsini. Kuraatorid Silvina Der-Meguerditchian ja Reet Varblane. Suur osa näitusel osalevatest kunstnikest on armeenia päritolu. Koostöösse on kaasatud Eestiga seotud kunstnikud Olga Jürgenson (elab Londonis) ja Eléonore de Montesquiou

  11. Sõrmuste isand : vürst Vladi Venemaa / Kaivo Kopli

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    Kopli, Kaivo

    2003-01-01

    Venemaal on võimul nn. jõustruktuuride esindajad, Moskva Garnegie uurimiskeskuse eksperdi Nikolai Petrovi sõnul kontrollivad nad kõiki ühiskonnaelu sfääre. Vene teaduste akadeemia sotsioloogi Olga Krõshtanovskaja hinnangul riik sõjaväestatakse. Artikli autor tõmbab ajaloolisi paralleele president Vladimir Putini ja Napoleoni vahel

  12. Jagatud kriisid / Anu Allas

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    Allas, Anu, 1977-

    2007-01-01

    IV "Ars Baltica" fotokunstitriennaal "Don't Worry - Be Curious" Kumus kuni 30. IX. Kuraatorid Dorothee Bienert, Kati Kivinen, Enrico Lunghi. Pikemalt Tellervo Kalleineni ja Oliver Kochta-Kalleineni projektist "Kaebuste koorid", Arturas Valiauga fotoseeriast "Kallaste vahel", Olga Tshernõsheva videost "Pidulik unenägu", Talleiv Taro Manumi (sünd. 1968 Jaapanis, elab Norras) fotoseeriast "Tervitused Ringnesist", Alexander Vaindorfi installatsioonist

  13. Predprazdnitshnoje nastrojenije / Viktoria Panova

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    Panova, Viktoria

    2006-01-01

    Kohtla-Järve kunstniku Juri Horevi loomingu näitus Vene Kultuurikeskuses Vene Kunstnike Ühenduse galeriis Tallinnas. Tallinna juveeligaleriis Bindes valgevene kunstnikepaari Juri Piskuni ja Jelena Jurjeva ning nende kolme tütre Sofia, Olga ning Valentina maalide ja kostüümide näitus "Aegade side"

  14. Selgusid parimad tudengifilmid

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    2008-01-01

    Pimedate Ööde 12. filmifestivali alafestivali Sleepwalkers auhinnatud filmidest. Eesti lühifilmide programmi peaauhinna sai Priit Pääsuke ("Must Peeter"). Rahvusvahelise tudengifilmi peaauhinna sai Reto Caffi "Piiri peal", parim dokfilm oli venelanna Olga Popova "Teemas" ja mängufilm soomlase Mikko Kuparineni "Tõde või tegu"

  15. Dokončené dílo etnomuzikoložky Olgy Hrabalové (28. 11. 1930 Milonice u Bučovic - 20. 1. 2017 Brno)

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    Frolcová, Věra

    2017-01-01

    Roč. 65, č. 1 (2017), s. 102-103 ISSN 1335-1303 Institutional support: RVO:68378076 Keywords : Olga Hrabalová * Ethnomusicology * Ethnology * Music * Folk music Subject RIV: AC - Archeology, Anthropology, Ethnology OBOR OECD: Performing arts studies ( Music ology, Theater science, Dramaturgy)

  16. Ukrainas tüli Veneetsia pärast / Maria-Kristiina Soomre

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    Soomre, Maria-Kristiina, 1978-

    2001-01-01

    Kahe kuraatori konfliktist Veneetsia biennaalil osalemise pärast. Ilmselt osalevad biennaalil Valentin Rajevski ametlik esindus (Arsen Savadov, Oleg Tistol, Olga Melenti, Juri Solomko, Sergei Panihh), rühmitus Masoch Fund (Igor Podoltshak, Igor Djurõhh, Roman Viktjuk, kuraator Jerzy Onuch) ning H. Szeemanni kuraatorinäitusel Aleksandr Rotõburd, Viktor Marushenko, Ilja ja Emilia Kabakov

  17. Kak Pushkin prezidenta spass / Julia Kalinina

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    Kalinina, Julia

    2008-01-01

    Mängufilm "Suudlus: ametkondlikuks kasutamiseks" ("Potselui ne dlja pressõ") : režissöör Olga Zhulina : produtsent Anatoli Voropajev : peaosas Andrei Panin. Film kujutab ilmselt Venemaa presidendi eraelu ning meeldis seda vaadanud presidendile. Lisatud Jaroslav Shtshedrovi kommentaar

  18. Bondi-tüdrukute koorekiht / Kadri Mäesalu

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    Mäesalu, Kadri

    2008-01-01

    7. novembril esilinastub Eestis uus Bondi-film "007: Veidi lohutust" ("Quantum of Solace"), kus maailmakuulsat agenti kehastab Daniel Craig ja Bondi-tüdrukut Ukraina päritolu Olga Craig. Bondi-tüdrukute kehastajatest Bondi-filmides

  19. Bulletin of Materials Science | Indian Academy of Sciences

    Indian Academy of Sciences (India)

    Home; Journals; Bulletin of Materials Science; Volume 36; Issue 1. Issue front cover thumbnail. Volume 36, Issue 1. February 2013, pages 1-182. pp 1-7. Carbon nanotubes purification constrains due to large Fe–Ni/Al2O3 catalyst particles encapsulation · Goran Boskovic Sanja Ratkovic Erne Kiss Olga Geszti · More Details ...

  20. Author Details

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    Manda, Olga. Vol 4, No 2 (2000) - Articles The success of Gender Equality in the Face of Culture Abstract. ISSN: 1024-9451. AJOL African Journals Online. HOW TO USE AJOL... for Researchers · for Librarians · for Authors · FAQ's · More about AJOL · AJOL's Partners · Terms and Conditions of Use · Contact AJOL · News.

  1. Артем Максаков открывает свою Америку / Лилия Крысина

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    Крысина, Лилия

    2011-01-01

    Artjom Maksakov ja Olga Malinovskaja lahkusid Estonia teatrist ja on sõlminud aastase töölepingu Ameerika suurima, Boston Ballet´ balletiteatriga. 25. juulil 27. aastaseks saav Artjom Maksakov räägib endast, elust ja tööst USAs

  2. Gastrites chroniques à hélicobacter Pylori : Évaluation des systèmes ...

    African Journals Online (AJOL)

    La gastrite chronique à Helicobacter pylori (H pylori) présente un risque de cancérisation en rapport avec l'atrophie et la métaplasie intestinale. Deux nouvelles classifications, OLGA (Operative Link on Gastritis Assessment) et OLGIM (Operative Link on Gastritic Intestinal Metaplasia assessment) ont été proposées pour ...

  3. index of previous issues / sommario dei numeri precedenti

    African Journals Online (AJOL)

    14, n. 2 (2001). SPECIAL ISSUE: “TIME AND SPACE IN ITALIAN CULTURE AND BEYOND”,. Selected papers from the XI International Congress of A.P.I. (Cape Town,. 7-9 September 2000). ARTICOLI: Peter Armour, Time and Space in Dante's Comedy; Olga. Zorzi Pugliese, Time and Space in the Composition of Il libro del.

  4. Teatr imeni Mossoveta prijehhal v ljubimõi gorod / Margarita Kornõsheva

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    Kornõsheva, Margarita, 1957-

    2006-01-01

    5.-7. juulini toimuvad Estonia teatris Moskva Mossoveti-nim. Teatri külalisetendused. Juri Jerjomini lavastus "Mees, naine ja armuke" F. Dostojevski ja I. Turgenevi teoste põhjal, peaosas Valentin Gaft ning lavastus Tennessee Williamsi järgi "Tramm nimega Iha". Näitlejad Valentin Gaft ja Olga Ostroumova pressikonverentsist

  5. Dialogy s Olgou Müllerovou

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    Hoffmannová, Jana

    2017-01-01

    Roč. 78, č. 1 (2017), s. 89-93 ISSN 0037-7031 Institutional support: RVO:68378092 Keywords : Olga Müllerová * dialogue analysis * spoken communication * syntax of spoken Czech Subject RIV: AI - Linguistics OBOR OECD: Linguistics Impact factor: 0.625, year: 2016

  6. Jaapani tekst eurooplaste kaamera ees / Andris Feldmanis

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    Feldmanis, Andris, 1982-

    2005-01-01

    IX PÖFFi võistlusprogrammis linastub jaapanlase Yoko Ogawa raamatul põhinev mängufilm "Sõrmuse sõrm" ("L'Annulaire"), mille stsenarist ja režissöör on prantslanna Diane Bertrand, kes koos peaoatäitja Olga Kurilenkoga viibib ka linastusel. Film on Prantsusmaa, Saksamaa ja Suurbritannia koostööfilm

  7. Tolko poetom hotel bõt : Rastrogannost; Dozhdlivõi den; Jaanov ogon; Setumaa I-II; Tolko poetom. Haralskije zhizneopissanija : Aire Valgus; Aare Valgus; Peeter Petrov; Vaike Metsleht; Valdur Laiapea; Hillar Aruda, ekonomist; Pärja Lumendi; Valjo Z

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Traat, Mats, 1936-

    1996-01-01

    Orig.: Heldimus; Sajupäev; Jaanituli; Setumaa I-II; Ainult poeet. Harala elulood: Aire Valgus; Aare Valgus; Peeter Petrov; Vaike Metsleht; Valdur Laiapea; Hillar Aruda, ökonomist; Pärja Lumendi; Valjo Zeiger; Pavlo Moskalenko; Johannes Iva; Viljar Laanemägi; Olga Kaljusaar; Aimi Vaimets; Einard Kalm (1923-1984); Sonetid vaikimisest I; Kui

  8. Improvizatsija v svetlõh tonah... / Irina Butjajeva

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    Butjajeva, Irina

    2008-01-01

    Kohtla-Järvel elava kunstniku Sergei Jatsenko maalinäitus "Improvisatsioon" Tallinnas Vana Viru hotellis. Näha on natüürmordid, maastikud ja naiste portreed. Kuraator on Olga Ljubaskina (galerii Sed Arte). Sergei Jatsenko on Vene Kunstnike Ühenduse liige. Kunstnikust

  9. Saada suureks vaimult : Jakob Hurt 160 / Karl Kello

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    Kello, Karl, 1950-

    1999-01-01

    Samal leheküljel on sõnum "Jakob Hurda päev", kus on nimetatud J. Hurda rahvuskultuuri auhinna 1999. a. laureaadid: Ottilie-Olga Kõiva (rahvaluulekoguja ja -uurija, "Vana Kandle" koostaja-toimetaja) ning Tiiu Kunst (Setu Talumuuseumi varahoidja, leelopäevade korraldajaid, Setu pitsipäevade idee autor ja korraldaja)

  10. Carbon nanotubes purification constrains due to large Fe–Ni/Al2O3 ...

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    Author Affiliations. Goran Boskovic1 Sanja Ratkovic1 Erne Kiss1 Olga Geszti2. Faculty of Technology, University of Novi Sad, Bul. cara Lazara 1, 21000 Novi Sad Serbia; Research Institute for Technical Physics and Materials Science, P.O. Box 49, Budapest H-1525, Hungary ...

  11. Ольга Темникова прглашает на одну ночь / Ксения Репсон

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    Репсон, Ксения

    2009-01-01

    Olga Temnikova kunstniku (naine) ja kunstiarmastaja (mees) suhet kajastavast maalinäitusest "One Night Stand" Tallinna Linnagaleriis. Kaasautorid on Kivisildnik ja Ilja Nartov. Kunstiprojekti tekstiosaks on Kivisildniku miniatuurteos „Meelis ja Vjatško”. Ilja Nartov illustreerib oma maaliloominguga olukorda, kuidas kunstiarmastaja võib hakkama saada ka ilma kunstnikuta

  12. Poola Nike 2008 / Hendrik Lindepuu

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    Lindepuu, Hendrik

    2008-01-01

    Poola mainekaima kirjandusauhinna Nike pälvis tänavu Olga Tokarczuki romaan "Jooksjad". Nominendid olid veel: Bronislaw Swiderski "Surma assistent", Krzysztof Varga "Hauakivi terrasiidiga", Andrzej Sosnowski "Pärast vikerkaart", Andrzej Szczeklik "Kore. Haigetest, haigusest ja hinge otsinguist", Wlodzimierz Nowaki "Pea ümbermõõt" ja Malgorzata Szejnerti "Must aed"

  13. Kesknoored tegid visiidi Šveitsi / Henri Kaselo

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    Kaselo, Henri

    2005-01-01

    Keskerakonna noorte esindus külastas 20.-25. aprillini 2005 Šveitsi, et osaleda sealsete noorte liberaalide Jungfreisinnige Schweizi kongressil. Delegatsiooni kuulusid esimees Tarmo Lausing, välissekretär Olga Sõtnik, endine pressisekretär Raimond Kaljulaid ja noortekogu esimees Henri Kaselo

  14. Bibliography on Cold Regions Science and Technology. Volume 39, Part 2, 1985,

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    1985-12-01

    derived from satellite imaglery.167. eprmnsi rui agnlw oe. .Mdln h HbaoesM.1950 1l982. p.15 7 -165. cM 39-3422 margnina cicw194 marina ie nes 3. 9-360gth...1 11-114. eng) 39-183 39-630 Pattera A. Wind-driven ice drift in a shallow sea [1984, p.4§-Si, eng Studies of snow fields in the Abramov glacier...periglacial development in the northeast Shbotgswor S.D. modeling (1984. p.159-164, eng 39-1396LA 5 * marina reionof~ighi-Xziig Pateu (984 p.15-5

  15. Bibliography on Cold Regions Science and Technology. Volume 47, Part 2, 1993

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    1993-01-01

    ice conditions in marinas [1992. p.48-50. eng) Xmnthakis. J. jpni 47-4962 47.1921 SrtshrcooevraininteNrhranSoben Yamagata Prefecture Civil Enginteerng...the North Water polynya using passive 47-4U7 Determsininp realistic wind stress forcing fields for marina microwave and infrared imagery. Press. MiJ...Iceland. Eiriksson. 3.. ciat. c199. p.143-ISO. eng.3 1990. Abramov . V.A.. l" 2 . p. 93 - 9 7. eng2 47-2354 Beach"a Late Quaternary glacial marine

  16. Addition of H-phosphonates to quinine-derived carbonyl compounds. An unexpected C9 phosphonate–phosphate rearrangement and tandem intramolecular piperidine elimination

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    Górecki, Łukasz; Mucha, Artur

    2014-01-01

    Summary The Abramov reaction, a base-catalyzed nucleophilic addition of dialkyl H-phosphonates (phosphites) to carbonyl compounds, was performed with oxidized quinine derivatives as the substrates. Homologous aldehydes obtained from the vinyl group reacted in a typical way which led to α-hydroxyphosphonates, first reported compounds containing a direct P–C bond between the quinine carbon skeleton and a phosphorus atom. For the C9 ketones a phosphonate–phosphate rearrangement, associated with a tandem elimination of the piperidine fragment, was evidenced. PMID:24778744

  17. Addition of H-phosphonates to quinine-derived carbonyl compounds. An unexpected C9 phosphonate-phosphate rearrangement and tandem intramolecular piperidine elimination.

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    Górecki, Lukasz; Mucha, Artur; Kafarski, Paweł

    2014-01-01

    The Abramov reaction, a base-catalyzed nucleophilic addition of dialkyl H-phosphonates (phosphites) to carbonyl compounds, was performed with oxidized quinine derivatives as the substrates. Homologous aldehydes obtained from the vinyl group reacted in a typical way which led to α-hydroxyphosphonates, first reported compounds containing a direct P-C bond between the quinine carbon skeleton and a phosphorus atom. For the C9 ketones a phosphonate-phosphate rearrangement, associated with a tandem elimination of the piperidine fragment, was evidenced.

  18. Addition of H-phosphonates to quinine-derived carbonyl compounds. An unexpected C9 phosphonate–phosphate rearrangement and tandem intramolecular piperidine elimination

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    Łukasz Górecki

    2014-04-01

    Full Text Available The Abramov reaction, a base-catalyzed nucleophilic addition of dialkyl H-phosphonates (phosphites to carbonyl compounds, was performed with oxidized quinine derivatives as the substrates. Homologous aldehydes obtained from the vinyl group reacted in a typical way which led to α-hydroxyphosphonates, first reported compounds containing a direct P–C bond between the quinine carbon skeleton and a phosphorus atom. For the C9 ketones a phosphonate–phosphate rearrangement, associated with a tandem elimination of the piperidine fragment, was evidenced.

  19. Conjugation-promoted reaction of open-cage fullerene: A density functional theory study

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    Guo, Yong

    2012-01-20

    Density functional theory calculations are performed to study the addition mechanism of e-rich moieties such as triethyl phosphite to a carbonyl group on the rim of a fullerene orifice. Three possible reaction channels have been investigated. The obtained results show that the reaction of a carbonyl group on a fullerene orifice with triethyl phosphite most likely proceeds along the classical Abramov reaction; however, the classical product is not stable and is converted into the experimental product. An attack on a fullerene carbonyl carbon will trigger a rearrangement of the phosphate group to the carbonyl oxygen as the conversion transition state is stabilized by fullerene conjugation. This work provides a new insight on the reactivity of open-cage fullerenes, which may prove helpful in designing new switchable fullerene systems. Not that classical: The reaction of a carbonyl group on the fullerene orifice with triethyl phosphite most likely proceeds following the Abramov reaction to firstly form a classical product. However, this product is not stable and turns into an experimental product as the conversion transition state is stabilized by fullerene conjugation (see picture). Copyright © 2012 WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim.

  20. Sea star Henricia spiculifera (Clark, 1901 in the northwestern Pacific: one species or three?

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    Anton Chichvarkhin

    2017-06-01

    Full Text Available Three species of the sea stars are reported from the waters of the northwestern Pacific. These species were referred by earlier authors as Henricia spiculifera or H. leviuscula spiculifera. Two of them, H. lineata and H. uluudax, were recently described from the Aleutian Islands. These species are reported for the first time from the western Pacific (southeastern Kamchatka shore, Commander Islands, and the northern Kurile Islands. The third species, H. olga sp. n. is herein described from the northern Sea of Japan. It is very likely that similar sea stars recorded in Yellow Sea and the southern Kurile Islands belong to H. olga sp. n. These three species are a part of a phylogenetic clade within the subgenus Setihenricia, which also includes H. sanguinolenta, H. multispina, and several undescribed species occurring in the northeastern Pacific.

  1. Kuldala elamurajoon Rae vallas Harjumaal / Lembit-Kaur Stöör, Margus Maiste, Raivo Kotov...[jt.

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    2008-01-01

    joonised: vaade, I-IV korruse plaan (2), planeeringu makett, 5 värv. fotot: 3 välis- ja 2 sisevaadet; fotod: Kaido Haagen; arhitektuurne projekt: KOKO Arhitektid.; autorid: L.-K. Stöör, M. Maiste, R. Kotov, T. Kimmel, hoonete projekteerimine: L.-K. Stöör, M. Maiste, Olga Batuhtina, maastikuarhitektuur: Margit Kärner

  2. Uued näitused ERMis

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    1998-01-01

    Eesti Rahva Muuseumis 12. juunist - 26. juulini Eesti Kunstimuuseumi koostatud väljapanek 'Unustatud eesti foto 1900-1940'. 12. juunist augusti lõpuni näitus 'Rahvariie kui sümbol' (koostaja ERMi teadur Reet Piiri, kunstnik Natalie Zvorovsky) ning näitus selle sajandi alguse Tarut kujutavatest postkaartidest 'Piltpostkaart' (koostaja ERMi arhivaar Jana Reidla). Koos postkaartide väljapanekuga esitletakse 4 uut postkaarti, mis kunstnik Olga Korts on loonud muuseumieksponaatide põhjal

  3. Sul on miljoni dollari idee? Nemad aitavad sul selle rahaks teha / Tanel Veenre

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    Veenre, Tanel, 1977-

    2010-01-01

    Eesti kultuurivahendajatest, nende nappusest. Kultuurikorraldusest, loomest ja ettevõtlusest, kultuuriturundusest, loomemajandusest, mänedžeri ja looja koostööst, kultuuri ekspordist. Kultuurikorraldajate koolitusest Tartu Ülikoolis ning Eesti Muusika- ja Teatriakadeemias. Arvamust avaldavad galerist Olga Temnikova, Eesti Disainerite Liidu esimees Ilona Gurjanova, kontserdikorraldaja Helen Sildna, Ville Jehe disainibüroost Keha3, Von Krahli Teatri projektijuht Elo-Liis Parmas, moekorraldaja Merilyn Kesküla jt.

  4. Villem Raam - järjepidevuse hoidja kunstikultuuris / Jüri Hain

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    Hain, Jüri, 1941-

    2010-01-01

    Villem Raami kirjatöödest aastatel 1957-1986, mil ta Siberist naasnuna analüüsis oma põlvkonnakaaslaste Karl Burmani, Lepo Mikko, Valdemar Väli, Olga Terri jt., aga ka noore Peeter Ulase loomingut, rõhutades eesti kunsti oleviku ja tuleviku seost rahvuskultuurilise järjepidevuse püsimisega, vastandudes nõnda sotsialistliku realismi doktriinile. Käsitletakse ka Evald Okase loomingust kirjutatud monograafiat

  5. This is not a bomb / Triin Männik

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    Männik, Triin

    2005-01-01

    Moskva I rahvusvaheline kaasaja kunsti biennaali lisaprogrammist. Erikülalistena esinesid Christian Boltanski, Bill Viola, Michal Rovner, Ilja Kabakov. Informbüroo projektist, Andrei Jerofejevi kureeritud "Kaasosaliste" ülevaatenäitusest Tretjakovi galeriis, näitusest "Invasioon" ja Robert Mapplethorpe'i fotode väljapanekust Moskva fotograafiakeskuses, näitustest "Post-diasporaa : rännakud ja missioonid" (kuraator Olga Kopenkina) ja "Sooprobleemid" Moskva moodsa kunsti muuseumis

  6. Co-Compostagem de resíduos avícolas e de resíduos florestais : Um estudo na região de Viseu

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    Silva, Maria Elisabete Ferreira

    2003-01-01

    Dissertação apresentada para obtenção do grau de Mestre em Engenharia do Ambiente (ramo de Gestão e Tratamento de Resíduos Industriais), na Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto, sob a orientação na FEUP da Profs. Doutora Olga Cristina Pastor Nunes e na Escola Superior de Tecnologia de Viseu do Prof. Doutor Luís Eugénio Teixeira de Lemos

  7. Muulane või surmasõlm / Vaapo Vaher

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    Vaher, Vaapo, 1945-

    2007-01-01

    Tutvustus: Ivinskaja, Olga. Aastad Boriss Pasternakiga, ehk, Aja vangis / tlk. Vilma Matsov. Tallinn : Varrak, 2006 ; Baranov, Vadim. Maksim Gorki. Elu ja surma saladus / tlk. Jüri Pärni. Tallinn : Kunst, 2006 ; Troyat, Henri. Aleksander III : lumetsaar / tlk. Jana Porila. Tallinn : Eesti Raamat, 2006 ; Runnel, Hando. Viru veri ei värise. [Tartu] : Ilmamaa, 2006 ; Pärnik, Ylo M. Dr. Julius von Scultz-Bertram. Tartu : Ilmamaa, 2006

  8. Kristjan Raua preemiad on jagatud

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    2005-01-01

    23. V anti Tallinna raekojas üle Kristjan Raua kunstipreemiad. Laureaadid: Peeter Allik (isikunäitus "Ma nägin seda! Riigisaladus: kottida rahvast" Tartu Kunstimajas), Inge Teder ("Naha- ja köitekunsti ajalugu"), Olga Terri (pikaajaline loominguline tegevus, isikunäitus Eesti Rahva Muuseumis) ning Mare Joonsalu, Reet Mark ja Tiiu Talvistu (Karin Lutsu loomepärandit tutvustav näitus, monograafiline kataloog "Karin Luts. Konfliktid ja pihtimused")

  9. Impact of a Merged Precipitation Data on Global Soil Moisture Variability

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    Yang, Runhua; Houser, Paul R.

    1999-01-01

    Accurate soil moisture information has proved to be important to climate simulations and climate and weather forecasts. However, many difficulties exist that limit our understanding of soil moisture distribution and variability. One of them is the lack of accurate precipitation with appropriate spatial and temporal resolution. Precipitation as an input forcing to the land surface greatly influences soil moisture characteristics and variability. To improve precipitation data quality, an algorithm has been developed to generate a spatially and temporally continuous 3-hourly global precipitation data for the period of 1987 to present. This precipitation product is a combination of the precipitation from Special Sensor Microwave Imager (SSMI) with the Goddard Earth Observing System-1 Data Assimilation System (GEOS-1 DAS) employing a Physical-space Statistical Analysis System (PSAS). In this study we investigate the impact of this merged/analyzed precipitation data on the global soil moisture variability using an Off-line Land-surface GEOS Assimilation (OLGA) system. Two OLGA integrations starting from 1987 to 1993 are performed forced with the analyzed and GEOS-1 DAS precipitation respectively. We examine the spatial and temporal characteristics of soil moisture variability in response to the analyzed precipitation. The influence of this merged precipitation on the soil moisture variability and regional hydrological budget is estimated throughout the comparison with the results forced with the GEOS-1 DAS precipitation only. In the OLGA the sut@-grid scale horizontal heterogeneity is explicitly represented on the tile space. This provides a means to assess the role of the surface moisture heterogeneity in the interaction with the surface atmosphere and surface hydrological budget, and to validate OLGA results at tile space with in situ observation. ABRACOS (Anglo-Brazilian Amazonian Climate Observation Study), FIFE (First ISLSCP Field Experiment) I and HAPEX data will

  10. EPMA-World Congress 2015: Bonn, Germany. 3-5 September 2015

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    Abraham, Jella-Andrea; Golubnitschaja, Olga; Akhmetov, Ildar; Andrews, Russell J.; Quintana, Leonidas; Baban, Babak; Liu, Jun Yao; Qin, Xu; Wang, Tailing; Mozaffari, Mahmood S.; Bati, Viktoriia V.; Meleshko, Tamara V.; Levchuk, Olga B.; Boyko, Nadiya V.; Bauer, Joanna

    2016-01-01

    Table of contents A1 Predictive and prognostic biomarker panel for targeted application of radioembolisation improving individual outcomes in hepatocellular carcinoma Jella-Andrea Abraham, Olga Golubnitschaja A2 Integrated market access approach amplifying value of “Rx-CDx” Ildar Akhmetov A3 Disaster response: an opportunity to improve global healthcare Russell J. Andrews, Leonidas Quintana A4 USA PPPM: proscriptive, profligate, profiteering medicine-good for 1 % wealthy, not for 99 % unhealt...

  11. Flammer syndrome and potential formation of pre-metastatic niches : a multi-centred study on phenotyping, patient stratification, prediction and potential prevention of aggressive breast cancer and metastatic disease

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    Golubnitschaja, Olga; Debald, Manuel; Kuhn, Walter; Yeghiazaryan, Kristina; Bubnov, Rostyslav V.; Goncharenko, Vadym M.; Lushchyk, Ulyana; Grech, Godfrey; Konieczka, Katarzyna

    2016-01-01

    Table of contents A1 Predictive and prognostic biomarker panel for targeted application of radioembolisation improving individual outcomes in hepatocellular carcinoma Jella-Andrea Abraham, Olga Golubnitschaja A2 Integrated market access approach amplifying value of ?Rx-CDx? Ildar Akhmetov A3 Disaster response: an opportunity to improve global healthcare Russell J. Andrews, Leonidas Quintana A4 USA PPPM: proscriptive, profligate, profiteering medicine-good for 1?% wealthy, not for 99?% unhealt...

  12. A Survey of Low-Temperature Operational Boundaries of Navy and Marine Corps Lithium and Lithium-Ion Batteries

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    2016-09-29

    more viscous and conductivity falls dramatically at lower temperatures . As the volume-percent of THF is optimized, the viscosity and conductivity of...Naval Research Laboratory Washington, DC 20375-5320 NRL/MR/6110--16-9695 A Survey of Low- Temperature Operational Boundaries of Navy and Marine Corps...Chemistry Branch Chemistry Division oLga a. Baturina Corey t. Love Chemical Dynamics and Diagnostics Branch Chemistry Division i REPORT

  13. PÖFFi võitis poliitiline näljastreik / Tiit Tuumalu

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    Tuumalu, Tiit, 1971-

    2008-01-01

    12. PÖFFi auhinnasaajad : Euraasia võistlusprogrammi võit langes Steve McQueeni mängufilmile "Nälg" ("Hunger"). Balti filmidest oli parim Laila Pakalnina ja Maris Maskalansi dokumentaalfilm "Kolm meest ja kalatiik". Eesti filmidest oli parim Priit ja Olga Pärna "Elu ilma Gabriella Ferrita". Žüriid juhtis Hollandi režissöör Jos Stelling. Lisatud võitjate nimekiri

  14. Cultural Resource Investigations within the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers New Orleans to Venice Hurricane Protection Project

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    1988-12-01

    cultura ; resources and provides the theoretical contributions of the NOV. One major practical aspect of this document is that it establishes a format where...relationships of the site. 3. Olga was occupied by a single ethnic group that had limited interaction with mainstream Euroamerican culture. The artifact...the group’s material culture pattern should occur if the group was abandoning traditional traits and assimilating into the mainstream culture. An

  15. Novel Genetic Models to Study the Role of Inflammation in Brain Injury-Induced Alzheimer’s Pathology

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    2015-12-01

    5 6 The Department of Neurosciences hosts a weekly Fellow’s Seminar series in which all graduate students and post -doctoral fellows present their...experimental design, data analysis and interpretation of results, as well as manuscript preparation. Name: Olga N. Kokiko-Cochran Project Role: Post - doc ... post -injury time points. By contrast, the acute macrophage response to TBI in hTau mice is enhanced compared to brain injured controls. Brain injured

  16. Soosaar Lucie-Smithi taktikepi all / Reet Varblane

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    Varblane, Reet, 1952-

    2004-01-01

    "Jumal saab inimeseks": Edward Lucie-Smithi kuraatoriprojekt Ateena Frissirase muuseumis 14. VII-12. IX ja Mark Soosaare kuraatoriprojekt Pärnu Uue Kunsti Muuseumis 5. VI-29. VIII. Sui Jianguo, Tim Maseini ja Jennifer Mehra, Olga Tobrelutsu, Genja Sheffi, Nikos Navridise, Jaan Toomiku, Michalis Manoussakise, Lembit Sarapuu, Kaljo Põllu ja tšehhi rühmituse Kamera Skura töödest

  17. Innovative trends in recreation: aspects of psychoanalysis and art resources

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    Kostikova, Olga; Korsun, Svitlana; Shaposhnikova, Irina; Suvorova, Yana

    2017-01-01

    Olga Kostikova, Svitlana Korsun, Irina Shaposhnikova & Yana SuvorovaPurpose: the problem of updating the art features of psychoanalytic concepts in the perspective of innovations in the recreation. Material & Methods: theoretical analysis and synthesis of domestic and foreign publications on the research problem. Results: analyzed current trends current research in the field of health and recreational activities. The paper considers the classical aspects of the art modification of psy...

  18. Kohastumus eluks vee ääres / Laura Kuusk

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    Kuusk, Laura, 1982-

    2007-01-01

    4. "Ars Baltica" fototriennaal Kumu Kunstimuuseumis kuni 30. IX. Tellervo Kalleineni ja Oliver Kochta-Kalleineni, Alexander Vaindorfi, Coloneli (Thierry Geoffroy) ja Khaled D. Ramadani, Kaspars Goba, Tanja Nellemann Poulseni, Katrin Teesi, Anu Pennaneni, Petra Baueri, Talleiv Taro Manumi (sünd. 1968 Jaapanis, elab Norras), Olga Tshernõsheva, Kristina Inciuraite, Julita Wojciki, Sven Johne, Anna Baumgarti, Arturas Valiauga ja duo J&K (Janne Schäfer, Kristine Agergaard) töödest

  19. Sinu isiklik avalik ruum = Your Personal Public Space / Carl-Dag Lige

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    Lige, Carl-Dag

    2007-01-01

    Tallinna Harju tänava haljasalast, mille kavandamise üks osa hõlmab nn. Nõelasilma värava taastamist ja Trepi tänava väljakaevamist. Projekteerija: OÜ Kivisilla. Autorid: Ülle Grishakov, Olga Borisik, Triin Järve. Projekt: kevad 2006, valmis: mai 2007. 5 värv. vaadet, plaan: Harju tänava haljasala suvine lahendus

  20. Case series

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    4 févr. 2016 ... assessment) ont été proposées pour individualiser les formes à haut risque évolutif (stades III et IV). Le but de ce travail est d'évaluer les classifications de OLGA et de OLGIM au cours des gastrites chroniques à H pylori. Nous avons réalisé une étude descriptive transversale portant sur 100 cas de gastrite ...

  1. L’OEUVRE D’ART COMME FORCEMENT DES LIMITES

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    LAURA-CODRINA IONIŢĂ

    2010-11-01

    Full Text Available Beyond its apparent chaotic character, the contemporary art possesses certain structuring features. We agree the idea of the Romanian philosopher Tudor Vianu about the workart as a representation of the visible world or of its transcendent ideal. The question of limit, so obsessing in the contemporary art, can be understood like a perpetual temptation to surpassing the human condition, as a bound between the real and the ideal. ’To be’, ’to be aware of’, ’to be finite’, the intelligence, the body, sex, temporality, religion, etc. – all of these are determinations that human being gets as limits which would be established by „somebody else”. Such of determinations become favourite topics in contemporary artworks. Stelarc, Marina Abramovic, Ana Mendieta, and Bill Viola are merely part of the artists engaged in a continuous endeavour to transcending the human condition through their very own works.

  2. Conjugation-promoted reaction of open-cage fullerene: a density functional theory study.

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    Guo, Yong; Yan, Jingjing; Khashab, Niveen M

    2012-02-01

    Density functional theory calculations are performed to study the addition mechanism of e-rich moieties such as triethyl phosphite to a carbonyl group on the rim of a fullerene orifice. Three possible reaction channels have been investigated. The obtained results show that the reaction of a carbonyl group on a fullerene orifice with triethyl phosphite most likely proceeds along the classical Abramov reaction; however, the classical product is not stable and is converted into the experimental product. An attack on a fullerene carbonyl carbon will trigger a rearrangement of the phosphate group to the carbonyl oxygen as the conversion transition state is stabilized by fullerene conjugation. This work provides a new insight on the reactivity of open-cage fullerenes, which may prove helpful in designing new switchable fullerene systems. Copyright © 2012 WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim.

  3. Long-range transported dissolved organic matter, ions and black carbon deposited on Central Asian snow covered glaciers

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    Schmale, Julia; Kang, Shichang; Peltier, Richard

    2014-05-01

    Ninety percent of the Central Asian population depend on water precipitated in the mountains stored in glaciers and snow cover. Accelerated melting of the snow and ice can be induced by the deposition of airborne impurities such as mineral dust, black carbon and co-emitted species leading to significant reductions of the surface albedo. However, Central Asia is a relatively understudied region and data on the source regions, chemical and microphysical characteristics as well as modelling studies of long-range transported air pollution and dust to the Tien Shan mountains is very scarce. We studied the atmospheric aerosol deposited most likely between summer 2012 and summer 2013on three different glaciers in the Kyrgyz Republic. Samples were taken from four snow pits on the glaciers Abramov (2 pits, 39.59 °N, 71.56 °E, 4390 m elevation, 240 cm deep, and 39.62°N, 71.52 °E, 4275 m elevation, 125 cm deep), Ak-Shiirak (41.80 °N, 78.18 °E, 4325 m elevation, 75 cm deep) and Suek (41.78 °N, 77.75 °E, 4341 m elevation, 200 cm deep). The latter two glaciers are located roughly within 6 and 38 km of an operating gold mine. The snow was analyzed for black carbon, ions, metals and organic carbon. We here focus on the results of inorganic ion measurements and organic carbon speciation based on analysis with an Aerodyne high-resolution time-of-flight aerosol spectrometer (HR-ToF-AMS) and potential pollution sources that can be deduced from the chemical information as well as back trajectories. Average contributions of snow impurities measured by the HR-ToF-AMS were dominated by organic carbon. Relative concentrations of organic carbon, sulfate, nitrate and ammonium in snow were 86 %, 3 %, 9 % and 2 % respectively for Abramov, 92 %, 1 %, 5 % and 1 % for Suek, and 95 %, 1 %, 3 % and 1 % for Ak-Shiirak. Generally, impurities on Suek and Ak-Shiirak were three and five times higher than on Abramov. Mass concentrations of organic carbon were on average 6 times higher in samples

  4. Waterloo Workshop on Computer Algebra

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    Zima, Eugene; WWCA-2016; Advances in computer algebra : in honour of Sergei Abramov's' 70th birthday

    2018-01-01

    This book discusses the latest advances in algorithms for symbolic summation, factorization, symbolic-numeric linear algebra and linear functional equations. It presents a collection of papers on original research topics from the Waterloo Workshop on Computer Algebra (WWCA-2016), a satellite workshop of the International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation (ISSAC’2016), which was held at Wilfrid Laurier University (Waterloo, Ontario, Canada) on July 23–24, 2016.   This workshop and the resulting book celebrate the 70th birthday of Sergei Abramov (Dorodnicyn Computing Centre of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow), whose highly regarded and inspirational contributions to symbolic methods have become a crucial benchmark of computer algebra and have been broadly adopted by many Computer Algebra systems.

  5. Hydrophosphorylation of 1,3-diphenyl-2-propen-1-one and 1-methyl-3-phenyl-2-propen-1-one in the coordination sphere of carbonyl complexes of group 6B metals

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    Kuramshin, A.I.; Karpenko, E.A.; Cherkasov, R.A.

    2001-01-01

    Methods of synthesis of η 2 - and η 4 - complexes of chalcone and benzalacetone with hexacarbonyl mononuclear complexes of group 6B metals (M Cr, Mo, W) were developed and conditions of selective η 2 - or η 4 - coordination of π-heterodiene ligand were ascertained. By the method of IR and NMR spectroscopy it was shown that hydrophosphorylation of the complexes prepared occurs in the metal coordination sphere by the Abramov reaction scheme resulting in the relevant η 2 -coordinated α-hydroxyphosphonates. According to data of quantum-chemical calculations heterodienes lose planarity as a result of π-coordination with metal, which explains regioselectivity of phosphorylation by more electrophilic carbonyl group of coordinated enone [ru

  6. Synthesis of non-racemic α-hydroxyphosphonates via asymmetric phospho-aldol reaction.

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    Spilling, Christopher D; Malla, Raj K

    2015-01-01

    It has been more than 50 years since the first phospho-aldol reactions of dialkyl phosphites were reported. These efficient P-C bond-forming reactions have become the cornerstone of methods for the synthesis of α-hydroxyphosphonates and, by numerous available substitution reactions, the synthesis of other α- and γ-substituted phosphonates and phosphonic acids. Much of the interest in α- and γ-substituted phosphonates and phosphonic acids has been stimulated by reports of their biological activity, which is often dependent upon their absolute and relative stereochemistry. In this chapter, we review diastereoselective and enantioselective additions of dialkyl phosphites to aldehydes and ketones, otherwise called the phospho-aldol, Pudovik or Abramov reactions.

  7. Your Epoch is not for Trying. It's for Living and for Dying...

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    Churilov, Leonid P

    2016-12-01

    The article is devoted to biographies of three Russian physicians of the Silver Age (a period in the History of Russian culture between 1890 and 1917). They made early, significant and internationally recognized contribution into medical science and became eponymous, although social disasters of the twentieth century caused deep impact on their subsequent lives and careers, so their role was shadowed from global medical community. The article analyzes biographies and academic achievements of A-F.K. Siewert (aka: Zivert, Ziwert, von Siewert) (1872-1922), known for first description of the hereditary dyskinesia of cilia (as a triad of: situs inversus of the viscera, abnormal frontal sinuses producing sinusitis and bronchiectasis); S.S. Abramov (1875-1951), discoverer of primary idiopathic myocarditis, and N.I. Taratynov (1887-1919), who was the first in description of a local form of histiocytosis X (solitary eosinophilic granuloma) and predicted the eosinophilic origin of Charcot-Leyden crystals. The contribution of these scientists into Medicine is reviewed in context of historical epoch, on background of their different individual social choices and the fate of their families. Besides their eponymous descriptions, other medical priorities of these scholars are analyzed. Some previously unpublished materials from their family archives are presented, which witness for possible existence of unknown prototype for the main hero of 'Doctor Zhivago' novel by B.L. Pasternak and for probable priorities of doctor Zivert - in active diastole concept, or doctor Abramov - in description of dilated cardiomyopathy. The factors facilitating rapid development of theoretical and practical Medicine in imperial Russia of late XIX - early XX centuries are discussed. The conclusion of the author is that in any epoch, even the most cruel and unfavorable one, the creative activity is a way to social immortality (19 figs, 68 refs).

  8. Severe gastritis decreases success rate of Helicobacter pylori eradication.

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    Kalkan, Ismail Hakki; Sapmaz, Ferdane; Güliter, Sefa; Atasoy, Pınar

    2016-05-01

    In several studies, different risk factors other than antibiotic resistance have been documented with Helicobacter pylori eradication failure. We aimed in this study to investigate the relationship of gastric density of H. pylori, the occurrence/degree of gastric atrophy, and intestinal metaplasia (IM) with success rate of H. pylori eradication. Two hundred consecutive treatment naive patients who received bismuth containing standart quadruple treatment due to H. pylori infection documented by histopathological examination of two antral or two corpal biopsies entered this retrospective study. The updated Sydney system was used to grade the activity of gastritis, density of H. pylori colonization, atrophy, and IM. Stages III and IV of operative link for gastritis assessment (OLGA) or the operative link on gastric intestinal metaplasia assessment (OLGIM) stages was considered as severe gastritis. H. pylori eradication was determined via stool H. pylori antigen test performed 4 weeks after the end of therapy. The presence of gastric atrophy and IM was significantly higher in patients with eradication failure (p = 0.001 and 0.01, respectively). Severe gastritis (OLGA III-IV and OLGIM III-IV) rates were higher in eradication failure group. A multiple linear regression analysis showed that OLGA and OLGIM stages were to be independent risk factors for eradication failure (p = 0.03 and 0.01, respectively). Our results suggested that histopathologically severe gastritis may cause H. pylori eradication failure. In addition, we found that H. pylori density was not a risk factor for treatment failure in patients who receive quadruple treatment.

  9. The corpus-predominant gastritis index may serve as an early marker of Helicobacter pylori-infected patients at risk of gastric cancer.

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    Tsai, Y-C; Hsiao, W-H; Yang, H-B; Cheng, H-C; Chang, W-L; Lu, C-C; Sheu, B-S

    2013-05-01

    To eradicate Helicobacter pylori before the occurrence of precancerous changes is important to prevent gastric carcinogenesis. To validate whether the corpus-predominant gastritis index (CGI) can serve as an early marker to identify the H. pylori-infected patients at risk of gastric carcinogenesis. This study enrolled 188 subjects, including 43 noncardiac gastric cancer patients, 63 of their first-degree relatives and 82 sex- and age-matched duodenal ulcer patients as controls. All received endoscopy to provide topographic gastric specimens to test for H. pylori infection and its related histological features, translated into the operative link on gastritis assessment (OLGA), operative link on gastric intestinal metaplasia assessment (OLGIM) stages, and the presence of CGI. Spasmolytic polypeptide-expressing metaplasia (SPEM) was assessed by immunohistochemistry staining of trefoil factor 2. Gastric cancer patients had higher prevalence of CGI and OLGIM stage II-IV, but not OLGA stage II-IV, than the controls (P = 0.001, OR = 3.4[95% CI: 1.4-8.1] for CGI; OR = 5.0[95% CI: 2.0-12.8] for OLGIM). In patients with the combined presence of CGI and OLGIM stage II-IV, the risk of gastric cancer increased to 9.8 (P cancer patients had a higher rate of the presence of CGI, but not OLGA or OLGIM stage II-IV than the duodenal ulcer controls (P = 0.001). Of the first-degree relatives, the presence of CGI increased the risk of SPEM (P = 0.003, OR = 5.5[95% CI: 1.8-17.0]). The corpus-predominant gastritis index, which is highly correlated to SPEM, may serve as an early marker to identify the H. pylori-infected patients at a higher risk of gastric cancer. © 2013 Blackwell Publishing Ltd.

  10. Investeerimisel tuleb õigesti otsustada / Meelis Atonen

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    Ilmunud ka: Molodjozh Estonii : Zolotoi Vestnik, 18. dets. 2007, lk. 3; Delovõje Vedomosti : Zolotoi Vestnik, 19. dets. 2007, lk. 3; Den za Dnjom : Zolotoi Vestnik, 21. dets. 2007, lk. 3; Postimees : na russkom jazõke : Zolotoi Vestnik, 28. dets. 2007, lk. 3. Majanduse jahenemisele ja tarbimisbuumile järgnevaks ajaks valmistumisel on tähtis teha õigeid otsuseid tulevikku investeerimisel ning et investeeritud raha säiliks ja ühtlasi ka kasvaks. Kommenteerivad: Hannes Võrno, Jürgen Ligi, Peep Aru, Indrek Neivelt ja Aune Past. Ajal. Molodjozh Estonii : Zolotoi Vestnik, Delovõje Vedomosti : Zolotoi Vestnik kommenteerivad: Indrek Neivelt, Olga Sõtnik, Tatjana Muravjova

  11. Женщины на грани = Women at the edge / Оксана Осадчая

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    Prantsuse-eesti kunstnikust Eléonore de Montesquiou'st, tema videofilmidest ja raamatust "На грани : Нарва/Ивангород = Na Grane : Narva/Ivangorod", mis käsitleb olemist aegade ja paikade vahel, Euroopa ja Venemaa vahel. Eléonore de Montesquiou tekst "Na Grane (on the border, at the edge)". Olga Tüvi tekstid "Ivangorod, 2007" ja "Ivangorod, 2008"

  12. movimentos numa casa

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    Tese de mestrado, Pintura, Universidade de Lisboa, Faculdade de Belas Artes, 2013 O DVD que acompanha a tese apenas poderá ser consultado na Biblioteca da FBAUL This text responds to a research on the artistic production of Priscila Amoni for the Masters in Painting, making the film "Madame Olga": the living and occupation of an abandoned house in Lisbon and the excavation of layers os inscriptions in that space. At first, it presents the script of the film and talks over its making and...

  13. A relação entre jornalismo e literatura em tres romances-reportagens

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    Cyntia Belgini Andretta

    2008-01-01

    Resumo: Este trabalho visa introduzir um estudo da componente literária no chamado jornalismo literário, tomando como ponto de partida a análise de três livros: Hiroshima, de John Hersey, A sangue frio, de Truman Capote, e Olga, de Fernando Morais. A proposta é compreender o porquê da rubrica "literário" que os três livros-reportagens escolhidos possuem - a seleção foi feita por meio de uma pesquisa prévia, que apontava esses livros como marcos no chamado "Novo Jornalismo" (variante do nome j...

  14. Tonemic Substitution

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    15 févr. 2006 ... l'amour de Bianca (16ans), la sœur cadette d'Olga. Au début des années 1980 aux Etats-Unis, quelques philosophes féministes telles, Anne Ferguson, Claudia Gard et Marilyn. Frye dans leurs études critiques sur Le deuxième sexe avaient reproché à Simone de Beauvoir d'avoir nié son identité lesbienne ...

  15. Indústria, ordenamento do território e transportes – a contribuição de André Fischer

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    Full Text Available Indústria, ordenamento do território e transportes – a contribuição de André Fischer, Organização Olga Lúcia C. Firkowski e Eliseu S. Sposito, Editora Expressão Popular, 2008, 160 p.Este livro é uma iniciativa conjunta dos Programas de Pós-Graduação em Geografia da Universidade Federal do Paraná e da Universidade Estadual Paulista/Presidente Prudente. Conforme os organizadores, a intenção foi publicar um livro que homenageasse André Fischer e, para tanto, foram reunidos diversos textos escrit...

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    definition of text and work can be supplemented by a hermeneutical dimension, thus taking various versions of works and the influence of their respective media (blog, book etc.) on the percipient into account. In connection with the theoretical considerations, a handful of recent works by Lea Marie...... Løppenthin, Olga Ravn, Mikkel Thykier, Caspar Eric, and Simon Grotrian are discussed. By using the format as a point of departure rather than applying a more conventional practice of close reading, the authors argue for a broad-spectred approach to literary analysis which focuses on aspects of the conception...

  17. Využití prvků Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy v terapii pacientů po poškození mozku

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    Name and surname: Alice Šulcová Supervisor: Bc. Olga Nováková, M.Sc. Opponent: ……………………………. Thesis title: The Applications of Constraint-Induced Movement Elements in Therapy in Patients after Brain Injury Abstract: Stroke is a disease with prevalence of 150 to 200 persons per 100 000 in the Czech Republic. It is the third leading cause of death after heart diseases and various types of cancer. Mortality in the Czech Republic is four times higher than in the USA and 40 % of patients die within...

  18. Nova Talenta: 2015-2016

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    Introducción -- Liderazgo transformacional e inteligencia emocional: una revisión / Gina Paola Cortés Agudelo, Olga Lucia Lacouture -- El liderazgo transformacional y sus implicaciones en la cultura organizacional: una revisión de la literatura / Alejandro Arévalo, Iván Suárez, Jhon Zuluaga -- Liderazgo femenino: una revisión a la literatura / David Leonardo Méndez Sarmiento, María José Cruz Mancheno -- Liderazgo adaptativo y las relaciones de aprendizaje: implicaciones para las organizacion...

  19. Migrare: essere altrove, essere altrimenti

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    Full Text Available This article critically reviews the psychotherapeutic path of a young Russian immigrant, that runs parallel to the difficult process of her integration in a different cultural context. It highlights its stages, each of which represented for Olga a painful transition marked by sufferings but also by unexpected victories on the past, on her vulnerability, and on resistance by the host environment, ending up with strengthening her identity and opening her horizon towards a new life. The key to such transitions is the meeting between a culturally sensitive capacity of listening and the availability to be heard without to renounce one’s own cultural identity.

  20. Work performed for the Course "The Reader and their information needs"

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    During "The reader and their information needs" students tried to implement the theory discussed in class. To this end, organized into sub-groups and worked in different types of libraries. The following paper covers the practice that the students: Jenssy Arguedas Salazar Hernández Sandoval Lidiette Oses and Olga Corrales held in the Library "Sister Onorina Leporati" Help Ma College of Alajuela. En el curso "El lector y sus necesidades informativas" los alumnos trataron de llevar a la prá...

  1. El tratamiento del videojuego: de la prensa generalista a las revistas especializadas. Análisis comparativo de las ediciones impresas y digitales de El País, El Mundo, Público y 20 Minutos

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    López-Redondo, Isaac

    2012-01-01

    Los objetivos determinan aquello que pretende la investigación y lo que se quiere conseguir con la misma. Han de ser claros, asumibles y alcanzables y han de estar presentes a lo largo de todo el proceso de investigación, como aseguran Olga del Río y Teresa Velázquez (2005: 44). Partiendo de estas premisas, el presente trabajo tiene como meta realizar un estudio sobre el tratamiento que el video juego recibe en la prensa escrita y digital. Dentro de este objetivo general se han planteado los ...

  2. Kuldala elamurajoon : Rae vald, Harjumaa = Kuldala Residential Community : Rae municipality, Harju County / Triin Ojari

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    2008-01-01

    Arhitektuurne projekt: KOKO Arhitektid. Kutsutud konkurss 2004, autorid: Lembit-Kaur Stöör, Margus Maiste, Raivo Kotov, Tõnis Kimmel. Hoonete projekteerimine: Lembit-Kaur Stöör, Margus Maiste, Olga Batuhtina. Maastikuarhitektuur: Margit Kärner. Projekt: 2005-2006. Lembit-Kaur Stöör arhitektuurikonkursist, planeeringust, elamute arhitektuurist, fassaadidest, ehitusest, sisehoovist. Joonised: vaade, I-IV korruse plaan (2), planeeringu makett, 5 värv. fotot: 3 välis- ja 2 sisevaadet

  3. Foundations of Isomer Physics for Energy Applications

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    2008-10-16

    14, 1393 (2004) 7. Roman Kolesov, Yuri Rostovstev, Olga Kocharovskaya.: Opt. Commun. 179, 537 (2000) 8. Hasan, Z., Biyikli, L., Macfarlane, PL...75 ps beam-off period, during which the data acquisition system was triggered by single y-ray events, time stamped using an external 10 MHz...AFOSR under Contract F49620-02-1-0187; the AWE (U.K.); and the EPSRC (U.K.). 047303-3 BRICK REPORTS PHYSICAL REVIEW C 76, 047303 (2007) [I] P. H

  4. The Merluza gas pipeline : a complete multiphase flow analysis, coupling pig launching with pressure constrained survival analysis

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    Baptista, R.M.; Maricato, A.L.G. [Petrobras Research and Development Center, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)

    2004-07-01

    The 214 km, 16-inch diameter Merluza wet gas pipeline transports gas from the offshore Merluza gas field to an onshore treatment facility at Presidente Barnardes Refinery in Sao Paulo, Brazil. It is unique in that it carries a considerable amount of condensate, requiring frequent pigging. In addition, the capacity requirements at the pipeline tail are variable. The cycling nature has necessitated a survival analysis for both packing and drafting operations, accounting for up to 4 pigs operating simultaneously within the line. Operational limits of the slug catcher also present pressure constraints downstream of the pipeline. This paper presented the results of a set of pipeline flow numerical simulations for the pipeline. The objective was to estimate the imbalances caused by the presence of more than one pig within the line. Pig motion was evaluated by tracking and the pressure was explained by the accumulated volume downstream of the pig. The work was conceived under the two-phase flow domain, using OlgaS, a well known commercial two-phase flow numerical simulator. The results of the simulation were in good agreement with measured operational data, and allowed the operational programmer to optimize pig launching. The simulation also made it possible to take full advantage of the maximum pipeline capacity. 1 tab., 10 figs.

  5. Chemistry gains a new element: Z=106

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    Gaeggeler, H.W.; Eichler, B.; Tuerler, A.

    1997-01-01

    Even though 112 chemical elements are presently known, for elements with atomic numbers above 105 only nuclear decay properties have been investigated so far. Such data allow to proof the existence of a given nuclide, but they do not yield any information with respect to the position of a chemical element in the Periodic Table. We have performed ever first chemical investigations of element 106. According to the Periodic Table element 106 should be a member of group 6, having similar chemical properties as W, Mo and Cr. Two different techniques were applied to separate and identify element 106: a liquid chromatography system (ARCA = Automated Rapid Chemistry Apparatus) and a continuous isothermal chromatography device (OLGA = On-Line Gaschemistry Apparatus). With ARCA about 5'000 separations on small cation exchange columns (Aminex A6) with a 0.1 M HNO 3 /5.10 -4 M Hf solution were performed and with OLGA the gas adsorption behaviour of oxychlorides on quartz columns using Cl 2 /SOCl 2 /O 2 as reactive gas were studied. On the basis of only ten detected atoms, it was possible to proof that element 106 forms complexes which are eluted at positions similar to those of Mo and W. In addition, in the gas phase element 106 forms oxychlorides of lower volatility compared to those of Mo and W. (author) 1 ref

  6. Synthesis and antimicrobial activity of chiral quaternary N-spiro ammonium bromides with 3',4'-dihydro-1'H-spiro[isoindoline-2,2'-isoquinoline] skeleton

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    Bielawski K

    2017-07-01

    Full Text Available Krzysztof Bielawski,1 Katarzyna Leszczyńska,2 Zbigniew Kałuża,3 Anna Bielawska,4 Olga Michalak,3 Tamara Daniluk,2 Olga Staszewska-Krajewska,3 Anna Czajkowska,4 Natalia Pawłowska,1 Agnieszka Gornowicz4 1Department of Synthesis and Technology of Drugs, 2Department of Microbiology, Medical University of Bialystok, Bialystok, 3Institute of Organic Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, 4Department of Biotechnology, Medical University of Bialystok, Bialystok, Poland Abstract: A new class of highly functionalized tetrahydroisoquinolines with a quaternary carbon stereocenter was synthesized starting from an easily accessible l-tartaric acid. Nine strains of bacteria (Staphylococcus aureus, Streptococcus pyogenes, Streptococcus mutans, Streptococcus salivarius, Bacillus subtilis, Enterococcus faecalis, Moraxella catarrhalis, Escherichia coli, Campylobacter jejuni were used for the determination of minimal inhibitory concentration (MIC and minimal bactericidal concentration (MBC of synthesized compounds. The influence of analyzed compounds on viability and induction of apoptosis in human skin fibroblasts was determined. A majority of the synthesized compounds showed the strongest antibacterial properties toward some gram-negative bacteria (M. catarrhalis and C. jejuni with a high level of selectivity. High antibacterial compounds have bactericidal activity ratio MBC/MIC =4. Our studies also proved that the novel compounds do not possess cytotoxic and proapoptotic potential in normal cells. Keywords: quaternary ammonium compounds, tetrahydroisoquinolines, antimicrobial activity, antibiotic resistance 

  7. Modelling and control of growing slugs in horizontal multiphase pipe flows

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    Steinar M. Elgsæter

    2006-07-01

    Full Text Available In this paper, the use of active control to restrict the length of growing slugs in horizontal pipelines is investigated. Specifically, the paper attempts to determine if such control can be attained with realistic measurements and actuators. Simulations in OLGA2000 show that a feedback controller can use measurements or estimates of slug length to control the growth of a slug in a horizontal pipeline by partially closing inlet or outlet chokes. A control-volume approach is used to develop a low-order model of inlet choke-slug growth dynamics based on mass- and impulse balances. The resulting model is a system of nonlinear differential-algebraic equations, which is suitable for observer-design. The tuned model is found to be in good agreement with experiments and OLGA2000-simulations. Linearizations of the model are found to be observable around realistic trajectories when rates and pressures at the inlet and outlet are measured. An extended Luenberger-observer is shown to give good estimates of slug length and -position in simulations even under model uncertainty.

  8. Visiones femeninas en torno al espacio de la obra artística y a la relación cuerpo-casa/casa-cuerpo

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    Lorena Amorós Blasco

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available Desde una perspectiva iconográfica, la relación cuerpo-casa/casa-cuerpo, continúa siendo una constante discursiva en el imaginario artístico y femenino contemporáneo. Lo que llamamos hoy construcción cultural de la subjetividad femenina ya estaba presente en el trabajo de artistas, historiadoras y críticas de arte del feminismo de los años setenta. Al respecto, la presente investigación propone exponer a través de la obra de mujeres artistas (principalmente: Eulalia Valldosera y Marina Abramovic los avances obtenidos en torno a la problemática del espacio subyugado a la estructura del hogar patriarcal, donde lo femenino se define en las actividades y en el trabajo doméstico, y donde lo público tiene valor significativo a costa de restar trascendencia al espacio de lo privado cuando se asocia a la mujer.

  9. Los procesos argumentativos, en la elaboración de textos matemáticos orales y escritos mediante la resolución de problemas geométricos y aleatorios en estudiantes de 9º grado de la Institución Educativa Colegio Municipal de Bachillerato de San José de Cúcuta

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    Carlos Fernando Hernández-Morantes

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    Full Text Available Argumentative processes are described in this investigation in order to solve, problematical situations according to the student’s cognitive and comunicative levels, observing the texbook structure and the discursive form of it. The study was based on cualitative investigation using an microethnographic design, which letting as to watch argumentative processes in the mathematics texbooks worked by the students. Also let us to see, the individual way used by everyone of them. On the other hands, these results let observe the argumentative structure as much as communication used by students, according to the theoretical scope from STEPHEN TOULMIN and discursive resources used like communication technics purposed by OLGA LUCIA LEON and DORA INES CALDERON.

  10. Role of Shwachman-Bodian-Diamond syndrome protein in translation machinery and cell chemotaxis: a comparative genomics approach

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    2011-09-01

    Full Text Available Olga VasievaInstitute of Integrative Biology, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, United Kingdom; Fellowship for the Interpretation of Genomes, Burr Ridge, IL, USAAbstract: Shwachman-Bodian-Diamond syndrome (SBDS is linked to a mutation in a single gene. The SBDS proinvolved in RNA metabolism and ribosome-associated functions, but SBDS mutation is primarily linked to a defect in polymorphonuclear leukocytes unable to orient correctly in a spatial gradient of chemoattractants. Results of data mining and comparative genomic approaches undertaken in this study suggest that SBDS protein is also linked to tRNA metabolism and translation initiation. Analysis of crosstalk between translation machinery and cytoskeletal dynamics provides new insights into the cellular chemotactic defects caused by SBDS protein malfunction. The proposed functional interactions provide a new approach to exploit potential targets in the treatment and monitoring of this disease.Keywords: Shwachman-Bodian-Diamond syndrome, wybutosine, tRNA, chemotaxis, translation, genomics, gene proximity

  11. Eesti Kultuurkapitali kirjanduse aastapreemiad

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    Proosa : Toomas Vint. Lõppematu maastik (25 000 kr.). Luule : Kalju Lepik. Pihlakamarja rist (25 000 kr.). Laste- ja noorsookirjandus : Leelo Tungal ja Karel Korp. Kollitame! Kummitame! ehk Kollikooli kasvandike juhtumisi tänapäeval (15 000 ja 10 000 kr.). Esseistika : Ilmar Laaban. Marsyase nahk (25 000 kr.); Hasso Krull. Katkestuse kultuur (25 000 kr.). Ilukirjanduslik tõlge võõrkeelest eesti keelde : Maie-Merike Pau. Umberto Eco romaani 'Roosi nimi' tõlge itaalia keelest (12 500 kr.). Ilukirjanduslik tõlge eesti keelest võõrkeelde ('Via Estica') : Olga Nael (Rudneva). Karl Ristikivi romaanide 'Lohe hambad' ja 'Rõõmulaul' tõlked vene keelde (12 500 kr.).

  12. Romanian Association of Balneology Conference – 2015, 28 – 31 May, Băile Tuşnad

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    MUNTEANU Constantin

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    1. Prof. Onose G, MD, PhD, MSc, Univ. Assist. Haras MA, MD, PhD, Prof. Sinescu CJ, MD, PhD1,2, Univ. Assist. Daia CO, MD, PhD1,2, RDI Assist. Andone I, MD, Postgrad2, Onose VL, MD,3, Assist. Prof. Capisizu A, MD, PhD1,4, Prof. Grigorean VT, MD, PhD1,2, Assoc. Prof. Ciobotaru C, MD, PhD5,6, Sandu AM, MD, Postgrad.2, Assist. Prof. Blendea CD, MD, PhD7, 8 - BASIC WELLNESS FEATURES AND SOME RELATED ACTIONS, PROPENSIVE INCLUDING FOR ACTIVE AND HEALTHY AGEING - 2. Olga SURDU, T.V. SURDU, Moni...

  13. Mediterranean climate and some tropical teleconnections

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    Alpert, P.; Price, C.; Krichak, S.; Saaroni, H.; Osetinsky, I.; Barkan, J.; Kishcha, P.; Ziv, B.

    2006-01-01

    Some strong natural fluctuations of climate in the Eastern Mediterranean (EM) region are shown to be connected to the major tropical systems, e.g., El Ni no Southern Oscillation, South Asian Monsoon and hurricanes. Modelling of the severe floods suggests a relation to tropical hurricanes. For a specific event, high-resolution modelling of the severe flood on December 3-5, 2001 in Israel suggests a relation to hurricane Olga. In order to understand the factors governing the Eastern Mediterranean climate variability in the summer season, the relationship between extreme summer temperatures and the South Asian Monsoon was examined. Other tropical factors, like the Red Sea Trough system and the Saharan dust, also contribute to the Mediterranean climate variability

  14. Tropical tele-connections to the Mediterranean climate and weather

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    2005-01-01

    Full Text Available Some strong natural fluctuations of climate in the Eastern Mediterranean (EM region are shown to be connected to the major tropical systems. Potential relations between EM rainfall extremes to tropical systems, e.g. El Niño, Indian Monsoon and hurricanes, are demonstrated. For a specific event, high resolution modelling of the severe flood on 3-5 December 2001 in Israel suggests a relation to hurricane Olga. In order to understand the factors governing the EM climate variability in the summer season, the relationship between extreme summer temperatures and the Indian Monsoon was examined. Other tropical factors like the Red-Sea Trough system and the Saharan dust are also likely to contribute to the EM climate variability.

  15. Chemistry of the transactinide elements

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    Schaedel, Matthias

    1996-01-01

    Synthesis and decay of elements in the upper end of periodic table (z=104 to 111) are described. In view of very short half-life of about 1 s, the production of the transactinide isotopes and their transport to the separation and detection chamber are to be necessarily carried out employing fast and reliable techniques. Advances in microchemical separation techniques such as OLGA-II, HEVI, ARCA-II and SISAK, coupled to sensitive detection methods enable the detection of these heavier transactinide elements at atomic level. Their position in the periodic table and similarities, if any, with the corresponding lighter homologs are discussed based on their predicted and observed chemical behaviour. (author). 70 refs., 15 figs

  16. Typification of taxa of subfamily Silenoideae (Caryophyllaceae Juss. from Siberia and Russian Far East based on materials kept in the Herbarium of the Komarov Botanical Institute (LE

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    Full Text Available Data on type material of previously not typified taxa of the subfamily Silenoideae (Caryophyllaceae Juss., kept in the Herbarium of the Komarov Botanical Institute (LE are summarized in the paper. All relevant taxa including eight species (or subsequently accepted as species: Gastrolychnis violascens Tolm., Gypsophila stricta Bunge, Heterochroa petraea Bunge, Lychnis ajanensis var. villosula Trautv. [L. villosula (Trautv. Gorschk.], L. fulgens var. wilfordi Regel [L. wilfordi (Regel Maxim.], L. tristis Bunge, Melandrium olgae Maxim., Silene melandriiformis Maxim., five varieties (Melandrium affine var. Intermedium Tolm., Silene repens var. pratensis Kom., S. repens var. alpina Kom., S. repens var. angustifolia Turcz., S. repens var. latifolia Turcz., and one form (Silene repens f. densa Kom. are lectotypified.Key words: Caryophyllaceae, Silenoideae, type specimens, typification, Komarov Botanical Institute (LE, Siberia, Far East. 

  17. A prediction method of natural gas hydrate formation in deepwater gas well and its application

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    Yanli Guo

    2016-09-01

    Full Text Available To prevent the deposition of natural gas hydrate in deepwater gas well, the hydrate formation area in wellbore must be predicted. Herein, by comparing four prediction methods of temperature in pipe with field data and comparing five prediction methods of hydrate formation with experiment data, a method based on OLGA & PVTsim for predicting the hydrate formation area in wellbore was proposed. Meanwhile, The hydrate formation under the conditions of steady production, throttling and shut-in was predicted by using this method based on a well data in the South China Sea. The results indicate that the hydrate formation area decreases with the increase of gas production, inhibitor concentrations and the thickness of insulation materials and increases with the increase of thermal conductivity of insulation materials and shutdown time. Throttling effect causes a plunge in temperature and pressure in wellbore, thus leading to an increase of hydrate formation area.

  18. Vega flow assurance system

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    Larsen, Marit; Munaweera, Sampath

    2010-07-01

    Vega is a gas condensate field located at the west coast of Norway and developed as a tie-in to the Gjoea platform. Operator is Statoil, production startup is estimated to the end of 2010. Flow assurance challenges are high reservoir pressure and temperature, hydrate and wax control, liquid accumulation and monitoring the well/template production rates. The Vega Flow Assurance System (FAS) is a software that supports monitoring and operation of the field. The FAS is based FlowManagerTM designed for real time systems. This is a flexible tool with its own steady state multiphase- and flow assurance models. Due to the long flowlines lines and the dynamic behavior, the multiphase flow simulator OLGA is also integrated in the system. Vega FAS will be used as: - An online monitoring tool - An offline what-if simulation and validation tool - An advisory control system for well production allocation. (Author)

  19. School of French

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    M. K. Ogorodov

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    Full Text Available Fundamentals of teaching French at MGIMO were laid in the 1950s - 1960s, the teachers of the Department of Romance Languages uniform. Initially, the core department of the French language teachers were MSU: Olga D. Andreeva, Simon I. Ganionsky, Sophia Yulevna Friedman, Irina B. Chachkhiani. Heads of departments of the period the greatest contribution to the development of philological science and practice of teaching Romance languages made an outstanding figure of Russian Romance Studies, Doctor of Philology, Professor Vladimir G. Gak. In 1971, after the separation of the Department of Romance languages were the departments of French and № 1 № 2. At the Department of French № 1 was successfully completed the task of developing a set of textbooks for the initial stage of training French language and created books that have become "classics of the genre".

  20. El mundo del libro: febrero de 1963

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    1963-02-01

    Full Text Available El documento presenta las reseñas de los siguientes títutlos: Respirando el Verano -Novela- Héctor Rojas Herazo. Ediciones Tercer Mundo. Bogotá, Colombia. Sílabas de arena -Poemas- Olga Elena Mattei. Ediciones La Tertulia. La Linterna y el Buho -Lucio Pabón Núñez. Ediciones Hispanolusoamericanas. Madrid, España. Letras y Hombres de Venezuela -Ensayos- Arturo Uslar Pietri. Fondo de Cultura Económica, México. Revista Colombiana de Folclor. Antología de Safo. Enrique Uribe White. La biblioteca de Educación Fundamental. -Guillermo Nanetti. Editorial Unión Panamericana. Washington. U.S.A.

  1. First thermochemical property of Seaborgium determined

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    Tuerler, A. for a LBNL Berkeley - Univ. Bern - FLNR Dubna -GSI Darmstadt - TU Dresden - Chalmers Univ. of Technology Goeteborg - GH Kassel - ITS and LLNL Livermore - Univ. Mainz - Univ. Oslo - FZ Rossendorf - JAERI Tokai - PSI Villigen collaboration

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    The chemical properties of SgO{sub 2}Cl{sub 2} (element 106 = Seaborgium, Sg) were successfully studied using the On-line Gas Chromatography Apparatus (OLGA III). After chemical separation of Sg the nuclides {sup 265}Sg and {sup 266}Sg were unambiguously identified and their half-lives were determined for the first time. The Sg nuclides were produced from the {sup 248}Cm({sup 22}Ne,4,5n){sup 266,265}Sg reaction at the GSI Darmstadt UNILAC accelerator. Simultaneously, short-lived W nuclides were produced from a small admixture of {sup 152}Gd to the Cm target material. As predicted by relativistic calculations and by extrapolations of chemical properties, it was demonstrated that Sg oxychlorides are indeed less volatile than their lighter homologue Mo- and equally or less volatile than W-oxychlorides. (author) 1 fig., 1 tab., 4 refs.

  2. Evaluación y didáctica en la enseñanza de la Economía Política en los años 70 del siglo xx: El caso de la Universidad Simón Bolívar

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    Hugo Alvarez Garcia

    2015-10-01

    Full Text Available En este ensayo se reconstruyen las prácticas evaluativas que se desarrollaron en la Corporación Educativa Mayor del Desarrollo Simón Bolívar (hoy Universidad Simón Bolívar para los años 70 en la enseñanza de la Economía, tomándolas como un caso que muestra un intento de modificar las acciones tradicionales que se venían agenciando en diferentes universidades, en cuanto a ciertos modos de impartir el conocimiento, temáticas y evaluaciones. Como insumos reflexivos para desarrollar este ensayo tomaremos los conceptos del profesor Quiceno en el Seminario sobre Evaluación en la Maestría en Educación de la Universidad Simón Bolívar, así como anotaciones de la profesora Olga Lucía Zuluaga en su trabajo Pedagogía e historia y aspectos de la obra de Michel Foucault, Vigilar y castigar.AbstractIn this essay the evaluating methods that were developed at Universidad Simon Bolivar during the 1970's in teaching economy, are restructured. This case shows an attempt to modify the traditional actions that were being implemented in different universities, with regard to certain ways of teaching knowledge, topics and evaluations. As reflexive inputs in order to develop this essay, we will take professor Quiceno's concepts about the Evaluation Seminar in the Master Degree Course in Education at Universidad Simon Bolivar; along with some notes of professor Olga Lucia Zuluaga in her work Pedagogía e historia, and aspects of Michel Foucault's work, Vigilar y castigar.

  3. Dose-dependent effects of atorvastatin on myocardial infarction

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    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available Olga Barbarash, Olga Gruzdeva, Evgenya Uchasova, Ekaterina Belik, Yulia Dyleva, Victoria KaretnikovaFederal State Budgetary Institution, Research Institute for Complex Issues of Cardiovascular Diseases, Kemerovo, the Russian Federation Background: Dyslipidemia is a key factor determining the development of both myocardial infarction (MI and its subsequent complications. Dyslipidemia is associated with endothelial dysfunction, activation of inflammation, thrombogenesis, and formation of insulin resistance. Statin therapy is thought to be effective for primary and secondary prevention of complications associated with atherosclerosis.Methods: This study examined 210 patients with Segment elevated MI (ST elevated MI who were treated with atorvastatin from the first 24 hours after MI. Group 1 (n=110 were given atorvastatin 20 mg/day. Group 2 (n=100 were given atorvastatin 40 mg/day. At days 1 and 12 after MI onset, insulin resistance levels determined by the homeostasis model assessment of insulin resistance index, lipid profiles, and serum glucose, insulin, adipokine, and ghrelin levels were measured.Results: Free fatty acid levels showed a sharp increase during the acute phase of MI. Treatment with atorvastatin 20 mg/day, and especially with 40 mg/day, resulted in a decrease in free fatty acid levels. The positive effect of low-dose atorvastatin (20 mg/day is normalization of the adipokine status. Administration of atorvastatin 20 mg/day was accompanied with a statistically significant reduction in glucose levels (by 14% and C-peptide levels (by 38%, and a decrease in the homeostasis model assessment of insulin resistance index on day 12.Conclusion: Determination of atorvastatin dose and its use during the in-hospital period and subsequent periods should take into account changes in biochemical markers of insulin resistance and adipokine status in patients with MI.Keywords: myocardial infarction, statin, insulin resistance, adipokines

  4. El conocimiento específico y la práctica pedagógica en el escenario de la educación superior del siglo XXI

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    Rina Márceles de Sanz

    2015-10-01

    Full Text Available El conocimiento específico y la práctica pedagógica en el escenario de la educación superior del siglo XXI se fundamentan en un proceso analítico, reflexivo y etnográfico, que determina en primera instancia algunos criterios importantes acerca del concepto de universidad para ver hacia dónde se proyecta. Este artículo analiza las concepciones de la práctica pedagógica bajo la luz de destacados autores como Olga Lucía Zuluaga, quien viene investigando el tema desde hace varias décadas y Basil Bernstein quien la estudia desde las relaciones sociales y de poder. Por último se hace una propuesta metodológica que se basa en la solución de problemas y la enseñanza problémica para lograr los cambios significativos que amerita la educación superior del siglo XXI.AbstractThe specific knowledge and the pedagogic practice in the higher/collage educational context of the XXI century is based on an analytical, reflexive and ethnographic process, that determines in first place some important criteria about the university concept to foresee where it is projected. This article focuses of teaching practices in light of authors such as Olga Lucia Zuluaga, who has been investigating the issue for several decades and Basil Berstein who has been studying the social and power relations. Finally a methodological proposal is being considered based on problem solutions and the teaching to achieve meaningful changes that Higher Education for the XXI century deserves. 

  5. Operational aspects of Quality-of-Life Assessment. Choosing the right instrument.

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    Erickson, P; Taeuber, R C; Scott, J

    1995-01-01

    In assessing quality of life, the most important goal is to develop a strategy that produces useable and useful information for decision making. Assessment design is complex, and whether an assessment is developed from scratch, or 1 or more portions of existing instruments are adapted, the focus must be on the quality of the theoretical and operational elements of the particular line of inquiry and its environment. The necessary and most often discussed focus on the theoretical dimensions of validity, reliability and responsiveness is not sufficient to insure that the data are of the requisite high quality. There is also a need, almost universally given little attention in the literature, to look at operational aspects, such as design, format, flow, appearance, and response-stimulus, of each assessment instrument. Searching for guidance in the quality-of-life (QOL) literature remains a challenge even with computers, modems, keywords, static guidebooks and bibliographic systems. The On-Line Guide to Quality-of-Life Assessments (OLGA) is presented as a personal computer-based system that is updated 3 times a year to provide QOL researchers and assessment developers with 2 databases: assessments providing full descriptions and contact information; and references providing fully keyed citations to the assessment use literature. These databases are made more useful by decision-logical programs that identify relevant assessments and supporting research literature. OLGA can thus save time and other resources by helping investigators concentrate on the most relevant elements of the existing literature. This focus will assist them in avoiding the problems of ending up with the right answers to the wrong questions.

  6. Dust, Elemental Carbon and Other Impurities on Central Asian Glaciers: Origin and Radiative Forcing

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    Schmale, J.; Flanner, M.; Kang, S.; Sprenger, M.; Zhang, Q.; Li, Y.; Guo, J.; Schwikowski, M.

    2015-12-01

    In Central Asia, more than 60 % of the population depends on water stored in glaciers and mountain snow. While temperature, precipitation and dynamic processes are key drivers of glacial change, deposition of light absorbing impurities such as mineral dust and black carbon can lead to accelerated melting through surface albedo reduction. Here, we discuss the origin of deposited mineral dust and black carbon and their impacts on albedo change and radiative forcing (RF). 218 snow samples were taken from 13 snow pits on 4 glaciers, Abramov (Pamir), Suek, Glacier No. 354 and Golubin (Tien Shan), representing deposition between summer 2012 and 2014. They were analyzed for elemental and organic carbon by a thermo-optical method, mineral dust by gravimetry, and iron by ICP-MS. Back trajectory ensembles were released every 6 hours with the Lagranto model for the covered period at all sites. Boundary layer "footprints" were calculated to estimate general source regions and combined with MODIS fire counts for potential fire contributions. Albedo reduction due to black carbon and mineral dust was calculated with the Snow-Ice-Aerosol-Radiative model (SNICAR), and surface spectral irradiances were derived from atmospheric radiative transfer calculations to determine the RF under clear-sky and all sky conditions using local radiation measurements. Dust contributions came from Central Asia, the Arabian Peninsula, the Sahara and partly the Taklimakan. Fire contributions were higher in 2014 and generally came from the West and North. We find that EC exerts roughly 3 times more RF than mineral dust in fresh and relatively fresh snow (~5 W/m2) and up to 6 times more in snow that experienced melting (> 10 W/m2) even though EC concentrations (average per snow pit from 90 to 700 ng/g) were up to two orders of magnitude lower than mineral dust (10 to 140 μg/g).

  7. Wood to Bio-Methane demonstration project in the Netherlands

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    Van der Meijden, C.M.; Van der Drift, A.; Rietveld, G. [ECN Biomass and Energy Efficiency, Petten (Netherlands); Koenemann, J.W. [Dahlman Renewable Technology, P.O. Box 438, 3140 AK Maassluis (Netherlands); Sierhuis, W. [HVCgroup, P.O. Box 9199, 1800 GD, Alkmaar (Netherlands)

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    The Energy research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN) has developed a biomass gasification technology, called the MILENA technology. The Milena gasification technology has a high cold gas efficiency and high methane yield, making it very suitable for gas engine and turbine applications as well as upgrading of the gas into Bio-Methane. An overall efficiency from biomass to power of over 30% is possible, whereas 70% efficiency is achievable from biomass to gas grid quality methane. HVC Group (situated in Alkmaar, North Holland) is a modern public service waste company. HVC converts waste streams which cannot be recycled into usable forms of energy. HVC has a 75 MWth waste wood boiler in operation which produces heat and electricity, and an anaerobic digester which converts domestic fruit, vegetable and garden waste into Bio-Methane. HVC expects an important role for Bio-Methane in the future and HVC has decided to join ECN with the development, demonstration and implementation of the MILENA Bio-Methane technology. Linked to the Bio-Methane demonstration project is the Netherlands Expertise Centre for Biomass Gasification. The MILENA demonstration project and the Gasification Expert Centre are supported by the following companies and organizations: HVC, TAQA, Gasunie, Dahlman, province of North Holland, the Alkmaar municipality and ECN. In 2010 and 2012 extensive lab-scale and pilot scale tests have been executed by ECN and HVC to proof that the gasification and gas cleaning technology is ready for commercial application. The final step in this test program was a duration test in the 800 kWth MILENA pilot plant coupled to the OLGA tar removal unit. The goal was to show high availability. The result of the test was an availability of the gasifier of 96% and an overall availability (including gas cooling and gas cleaning) of 85%. The results of the duration tests convinced HVC and the other partners that the technology is ready for scale-up. The results produced in the

  8. Atrophic and Metaplastic Progression in the Background Mucosa of Patients with Gastric Adenoma.

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    Hee Kyong Na

    Full Text Available In patients with adenoma, assessing premalignant changes in the surrounding mucosa is important for surveillance. This study evaluated atrophic and metaplastic progression in the background mucosa of adenoma or early gastric cancer (EGC cases.Among 146 consecutive patients who underwent endoscopic resection for intestinal-type gastric neoplasia, the adenoma group included 56 patients with low-grade dysplasia and the ECG group included 90 patients with high-grade dysplasia or invasive carcinoma. For histology, 3 paired biopsies were obtained from the antrum, corpus lesser curvature (CLC, and corpus greater curvature (CGC. Serological atrophy was determined based on pepsinogen A (PGA, progastricsin (PGC, gastrin-17, and total ghrelin levels. Topographic progression of atrophy and/or metaplasia was staged using the operative link on gastritis assessment (OLGA and operative link on gastric intestinal metaplasia assessment (OLGIM systems.Rates of moderate-to-marked histological atrophy/metaplasia in patients with adenoma were 52.7%/78.2% at the antrum (vs. 58.8%/76.4% in EGC group, 63.5%/75.0% at the CLC (vs. 60.2%/69.7% in EGC group, and 10.9%/17.9% at the CGC (vs. 5.6%/7.8% in EGC group. Serological atrophy indicated by PGA and PGC occurred in 23.2% and 15.6% of cases in the adenoma and ECG groups, respectively (p = 0.25. Mean serum gastrin-17 concentrations of the adenoma group and EGC group were 10.4 and 9.0 pmol/L, respectively (p = 0.54. Mean serum total ghrelin levels were 216.6 and 209.5 pg/mL, respectively (p = 0.71. Additionally, between group rates of stage III-IV OLGA and OLGIM were similar (25.9% vs. 25.0%, p = 0.90; 41.8% vs. 44.9%, p = 0.71, respectively.Atrophic and metaplastic progression is extensive and severe in gastric adenoma patients. A surveillance strategy for metachronous tumors should be applied similarly for patients with adenoma or EGC.

  9. Impact of recipient-related factors on structural dysfunction of xenoaortic bioprosthetic heart valves

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    2015-03-01

    Full Text Available Olga Barbarash, Natalya Rutkovskaya, Oksana Hryachkova, Olga Gruzdeva, Evgenya Uchasova, Anastasia Ponasenko, Natalya Kondyukova, Yuri Odarenko, Leonid Barbarash Federal State Budgetary Scientific Institution Research Institute for Complex Issues of Cardiovascular Diseases, Kemerovo, Russia Objective: To analyze the influence of recipient-related metabolic factors on the rate of structural dysfunction caused by the calcification of xenoaortic bioprostheses. Materials and methods: We retrospectively analyzed clinical status, calcium–phosphorus metabolism, and nonspecific markers of inflammatory response in bioprosthetic mitral valve recipients with calcific degeneration confirmed by histological and electron microscopic studies (group 1, n=22, and in those without degeneration (group 2, n=48. Results: Patients with confirmed calcification of bioprostheses were more likely to have a severe clinical state (functional class IV in 36% in group 1 versus 15% in group 2, P=0.03 and a longer cardiopulmonary bypass period (112.8±18.8 minutes in group 1 versus 97.2±23.6 minutes in group 2, P=0.02 during primary surgery. Patients in group 1 demonstrated moderate hypovitaminosis D (median 34.0, interquartile range [21.0; 49.4] vs 40 [27.2; 54.0] pmol/L, P>0.05, osteoprotegerin deficiency (82.5 [44.2; 115.4] vs 113.5 [65.7; 191.3] pg/mL, P>0.05 and osteopontin deficiency (4.5 [3.3; 7.7] vs 5.2 [4.1; 7.2] ng/mL, P>0.05, and significantly reduced bone-specific alkaline phosphatase isoenzyme (17.1 [12.2; 21.4] vs 22.3 [15.5; 30.5] U/L, P=0.01 and interleukin-8 levels (9.74 [9.19; 10.09] pg/mL vs 13.17 [9.72; 23.1] pg/mL, P=0.045 compared with group 2, with an overall increase in serum levels of proinflammatory markers. Conclusion: Possible predictors of the rate of calcific degeneration of bioprostheses include the degree of decompensated heart failure, the duration and invasiveness of surgery, and the characteristics of calcium–phosphorus homeostasis in

  10. Investigation of geotechnical parameters from CSEM mapping and monitoring data at the oases Kharga and Baris of Sahara desert, Egypt

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    Hachay, Olga; Khachay, Oleg; Attia, Magdy; Khalil, Ahmed; Mekkawi, Mahmoud; Soliman, Mamdouh

    2016-04-01

    The site of investigation, oasis Kharga, is located at about 600 km south of Cairo, Egypt; Baris is about 90 km from Kharga also to south and towards more inside the desert. The work was aimed to investigate the rock mass stability at Baris and to estimate the water intake in the Oasis Kharga. A controlled source electromagnetic (CSEM) approach developed earlier by IGF UB RAS (Geophysical Federal Institute, Ural Branch of Russian Academy of Science) is applied to image the ranked deformation levels in the massive structure of the Baris. The wide profile system of observation has been used to monitor the three components of the alternating magnetic field along predefined measuring lines in the study area. Here we can show the first results that we shall continue during some cycles of monitoring. The second part of our work was linked with mapping the massif structure inside the oasis City, where only using our device we could construct the geoelectrical sections for 5 profiles and show the real structure of the water volume and its complicated structure up to 200 meters depth recording the values of real not apparent resistivity. The analytical treatments provided good information about the structure of the rock massive and its rank of degradation, the lateral distribution of the geotechnical heterogeneity, and finally a conclusive outcome about foundation stability. We can conclude that the general dynamic state close to the destruction level within the investigation areas is getting worse over the time; this is reflected in the crack's densities and positions, also on the changes in the lateral distribution of geoelectrical heterogeneity as an indicator of the saturation of the surface rock in the study area with water [1,2]. References 1. Magdy A. Atya, Olga A. Hachay, Mamdouh M. Soliman, Oleg Y. Khachay, Ahmed B. Khalill, Mahmoud Gaballah, Fathy F.Shaaban and Ibrahim A.El. Hemali. CSEM imaging of the near surface dynamics and its impact for foundation stability

  11. An Essay on Feminist Thinking in Russia: To Be Born a Feminist

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    Alexander Alexandrovich Kondakov

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    Full Text Available This paper is based on one particular life history of a Russian feminist. It analyses a narrative biography interview with one of the leading Russian feminist thinkers, Olga Lipovskaya, who was a founder of the Petersburg Centre for Gender Issues and promoted gender equality in Russia. The study examines the current situation of Russian feminist thinking by contextualisation of this biography into a larger scale of political and cultural transformations that have occurred after the fall of the USSR. Firstly, I provide contextual details, in which feminism in its contemporary form in Russia is developing as a political and scientific practice. Secondly, the paper raises problems of the method of narrative interview. Finally, I find common points of this particular life history and the history of the country once known as Soviet Union. Este artículo está basado en la particular biografía de una feminista rusa. En él se analiza una entrevista biografía narrativa con una de las principales pensadoras feministas rusas, Olga Lipovskaya, una de las fundadoras del Petersburg Centre for Gender Issues y promovió la igualdad de género en Rusia. El estudio analiza la situación actual del pensamiento feminista ruso, contextualizando esta biografía en un marco más amplio de las transformaciones políticas y culturales que se han producido después de la caída de la URSS. En primer lugar, se contextualiza cómo el feminismo ruso contemporáneo se está desarrollando como una práctica política y científica. En segundo lugar, el artículo plantea los problemas del método de la entrevista narrativa. Finalmente, se destacan puntos comunes entre esta biografía particular y la historia del país que en su día se denominó Unión Soviética. DOWNLOAD THIS PAPER FROM SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2195213

  12. Plasminogen activator inhibitor-1, free fatty acids, and insulin resistance in patients with myocardial infarction

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    Gruzdeva O

    2013-08-01

    Full Text Available Olga Gruzdeva, Evgenya Uchasova, Yulia Dyleva, Ekaterina Belik, Ekaterina Shurygina, Olga Barbarash Research Institute for Complex Issues of Cardiovascular Diseases under the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, Kemerovo, Russian Federation Background: Insulin resistance is known to be a common feature of type 2 diabetes mellitus and is regarded as an important mechanism in the pathogenesis of this disease. The key pathogenetic mechanisms of insulin resistance progression are free fatty acids metabolism impairment and enhanced activity of plasminogen activator inhibitor 1. Both free fatty acids and plasminogen activator inhibitor 1 are recognized as risk factors for coronary heart disease. Methods: The patients were divided into two groups: group 1 included 65 non-diabetic myocardial infarction patients and group 2 enrolled 60 diabetic myocardial infarction patients. The control group consisted of 30 sex- and age-matched volunteers. The concentration of serum free fatty acids, glucose, C-peptide, and insulin were measured on the 1st and 12th days of the study. All the patients had their postprandial glycemia, insulin, and C-peptide concentrations measured 2 hours after a standard carbohydrate breakfast containing 360 kcal (protein 20 g, carbohydrate 57 g, and fat 9 g. Results: Free fatty acids levels in group 1 and in group 2 exceeded the control group values by 7-fold and 11-fold, respectively. Plasminogen activator inhibitor 1 concentration was 2.5-fold higher in group 1 and 4.6-fold higher in group 2 compared to the control group on the 1st day from the myocardial infarction onset. In addition, plasminogen activator inhibitor 1 concentration was significantly reduced in both groups on the 12th day from the myocardial infarction onset; however, it did not achieve the control group values. Conclusion: Increased postprandial glucose level, insulinemia, and elevated levels of free fatty acids and plasminogen activator

  13. Women in medicine through the ages.

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    Zuskin, Eugenija; Pucarin-Cvetkovic, Jasna; Schachter, E N; Mustajbegovic, Jadranka; Vitale, Ksenija; Deckovic-Vukres, Vlasta; Milosevic, M; Jelinic, Jagoda Doko

    2008-01-01

    Female practitioners of the medical arts have been active since the ancient world The role of women in science, and particularly in medicine, has changed significantly over time. We provide a chronological review of the growing knowledge in medicine related to women's activities through the ages with particular attention to occupational medicine. Throughout history hazards have been shaped by the forces that shape work itself social evolution, shifting economic powers and demographic changes. Mythical Greece, Egypt and ancient Rome were the cradle of ancient medicine. In the past century, women were allowed to enter the medical profession with increasing acceptance. Some of the most important women in ancient and modern medicine are recalled, such as Mother Peseshet in ancient Egypt, Artemisia of Caria and Phanostrate and Philista in the Greek period, Hildegard of Bingen, Marie Marguerite Biheron in England, Elisabeth Blackwell, Emily Jennings, Maude E. Abbott and others. Women in occupational medicine are described separately, such as Alice Hamilton, Harriet L. Hardy, Molly Newhouse and Olga Macek. Certainly, the first few women who iluminated the way for the generations that followed them into medicine, the women who made outstanding contributions to medicine, and the women who are currently finding success in medicine deserve our respect and admiration.

  14. Reviews of recent publications

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    Full Text Available Alonso, Carlos J. The Burden of Modernity: The Rhetoric of Cultural Discourse in Spanish America Reviewed by Melvin S. Arrington, Jr. Kolocotroni, Vassiliki, Jane Goldman, and Olga Taxidou, eds, Modernism: An Anthology of Sources and Documents Reviewed by Gerd Bayer Motte, Warren. Small Worlds: Minimalism in Contemporary French Literature Reviewed by William Cloonan Melton, Judith M. The Face of Exile: Autobiographical Journeys Reviewed by Claude P. Desmarais Redding, Arthur. Raids on Human Consciousness: Writing, Anarchism, and Violence Reviewed by Gail Finney Chambers, Ross. Facing It: AIDS Diaries and the Death of the Author Reviewed by Melissa A. Fitch Marx-Scouras, Danielle. The Cultural Politics of Tel Quel: Literature and the Left in the Wake of Engagement Reviewed by Diane Fourny Foster, David William. Buenos Aires: Perspectives on the City and Cultural Production Reviewed by Gustavo Geirola Nelson, Ardis L., ed. Guillermo Cabrera Infante: Assays, essays, and other arts Reviewed by José Luis Martinez-Dueñas Fox, Claire F. The Fence and the River: Culture and Politics at the U.S.-Mexico Border Reviewed by Robert Neustadt

  15. Special people visit the ATLAS cavern

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    ATLAS has been host to many important visitors lately. Here are a selected few: Professor Stephen Hawking visits the ATLAS cavern On Tuesday 26 September 2006 the ATLAS Collaboration was honoured by a very special visit to the detector in the underground cavern. We were pleased to guide Professor Stephen Hawking, the famous cosmologist holding the post of Lucasian Professor of Mathematics at Cambridge University (position held by Isaac Newton in the 17th century), on a tour of the ATLAS pit and the LHC tunnel. The visit was accompanied by a few colleagues from the CERN Theory group, and was only possible thanks to the professional assistance of Olga Beltramello and Bernard Lebegue, who had also taken care of all the necessary preparatory work in the cavern. Professor Hawking was very keen to check for himself the status of the detector installation, and he admired, in particular, the spectacular TGC big wheel on side C. (left) Stephen Hawking in the ATLAS cavern side-C (right) and in the LHC tunnel...

  16. Histologic and molecular-genetic characteristics of precancerous lesions in chronic gastritis

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    2014-03-01

    Full Text Available Chronic gastritis is an inflammatory condition of the gastric mucosa, which may include glandular alterations. It is most frequently caused by infection with Helicobacter pylori, a smaller proportion is related to chemical agents and autoimmune mechanisms. Chronic gastritis may lead to the development of gastric adenocarcinoma, depending on environmental factors, bacterial strain and host immune response. The vast majority of gastric adenocarcinomas are the final step in a complex cascade process of cancerogenesis involving sequential steps of precancerous lesions – atrophy, intestinal metaplasia and dysplasia.The process of cancerogenesis is associated with progressive genetic and epigenetic alterations, these being more frequent in dysplasia than in atrophic gastritis and intestinal metaplasia. Despite extensive research of gastric cancerogenesis, there are no molecular markers to be used for detecting patients at risk for cancer development.Biopsy remains among the most reliable ways of detecting gastric precancerous lesions. Apart from the correct histologic diagnosis, the assessment of topography is important. Biopsies must be taken according to the updated Sydney protocol. For further classifying patients at risk for gastric cancer, two systems have been developed: OLGA (Operative Link for Gastritis Assessment and OLGIM (Operative Link for Gastric Intestinal Metaplasia Assessment.Slovenian Society for Gastroenterology and Hepatology, and Slovenian Society for Pathology and Forensic Medicine have accepted guidelines for endoscopic and histologic management of patients with gastric precancerosis. The aim of these recommendations is to diagnose gastric cancer at an early stage and to improve survival of patients with gastric cancer in Slovenia.

  17. International Seminar on Gasification 2009 - Biomass Gasification, Gas Clean-up and Gas Treatment

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    During the seminar international and national experts gave presentations concerning Biomass gasification, Gas cleaning and gas treatment; and Strategy and policy issues. The presentations give an overview of the current status and what to be expected in terms of development, industrial interest and commercialization of different biomass gasification routes. The following PPT presentations are reproduced in the report: Black Liquor Gasification (Chemrec AB.); Gasification and Alternative Feedstocks for the Production of Synfuels and 2nd Generation Biofuels (Lurgi GmbH); Commercial Scale BtL Production on the Verge of Becoming Reality (Choren Industries GmbH.); Up-draft Biomass Gasification (Babcock and Wilcox Voelund A/S); Heterogeneous Biomass Residues and the Catalytic Synthesis of Alcohols (Enerkem); Status of the GoBiGas-project (Goeteborg Energi AB.); On-going Gasification Activities in Spain (University of Zaragoza,); Biomass Gasification Research in Italy (University of Perugia.); RDandD Needs and Recommendations for the Commercialization of High-efficient Bio-SNG (Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands.); Cleaning and Usage of Product Gas from Biomass Steam Gasification (Vienna University of Technology); Biomass Gasification and Catalytic Tar Cracking Process Development (Research Triangle Institute); Syngas Cleaning with Catalytic Tar Reforming (Franhofer UMSICHT); Biomass Gas Cleaning and Utilization - The Topsoee Perspective (Haldor Topsoee A/S); OLGA Tar Removal Technology (Dahlman); Bio-SNG - Strategy and Activities within E.ON (E.ON Ruhrgas AG); Strategy and Gasification Activities within Sweden (Swedish Energy Agency); 20 TWh/year Biomethane (Swedish Gas Association)

  18. Auguste Baillayre et ses éleves européens

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    Full Text Available Known in the ambiance of the Romanian art of the interwar period as one of the most talented painters, Auguste Baillayre also asserted himself as an excellent professor. His pedagogical activity has known, from the very start, brilliant achievements. Having received European studies, those over 30 students in his studio, whom Auguste Baillayre remembers in 1961, did not return to Bessarabia. Olesi Hršanovschi-Beassley (Olga Olby, Lydia Luzanovsky, Gregoire Michonze, Antoine Irisse and Joseph Bronstein studied in Paris, Felix Roitman, Helen Barlo and Natalia Bragalia – in Brussels, Elisabeth Ivanovsky, Nina Jascinsky and Nicolae Coleadici in Amsterdam. Theodor Kiriacoff worked in Romania, in Iasi and then in Bucharest, where Helen Barlo and Natalia Bragalia return after studying in France, Gheorghe Ceglocoff comes from Dresden and Galina Ceaşcenco creates her works in Prague. These are all remarkable plastic artists who affirmed themselves outside the Bessarabian borders. Their studies at the art academies „La Grand Chaumière”, „École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs”, „Académie Julian”, „Académie Ranson” in Paris, „Académie Royale de Beaux-Arts” in Brussels, and „Académie de Beaux-Arts” in Dresden have demonstrated the professional level of Auguste Baillayre’s disciples.

  19. Dispositivos poéticos para nuevos sentidos sobre el trabajo y la cultura

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    Full Text Available En este trabajo se abordarán algunas prácticas artísticasentendidas como parte de la construcción de procesoscolectivos. De forma particular se trabajará a partir de lasimágenes plasmadas en dos murales realizados en la fachadadel Centro Social y Cultural Olga Vázquez, un espacioautónomo de la ciudad de La Plata. A partir de estas imágenesy poniendo en juego diferentes repertorios poéticos, seexplicitaron concepciones disruptivas sobre el trabajo y lacultura, así como formas de reinstauración del vínculo social yafectivo, ligadas principalmente a nuevas formas políticas ysociales postcrisis del 2001 en Argentina.Se buscará dar cuenta de diferentes aspectos de dichosmurales, quiénes los realizaron y en qué contextos. Por otraparte, serán también abordados a partir de la noción dedispositivo, y en relación con una nueva visualidad urbana, portratarse de imágenes que ocupan los muros externos delinmueble y, de este modo, participan del espacio público.

  20. Some aspects of allogeneic stem cell transplantation in patients with myelodysplastic syndrome: advances and controversy

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    Full Text Available Olga Blau, Igor Wolfgang Blau Department of Hematology, Oncology and Tumor Immunology, Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Berlin, Germany Abstract: Myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS is a heterogeneous group of myeloid disorders. MDS remains a disease of elderly patients; moreover, the incidence of high risk MDS is proportionally greater in elderly patients, with increased frequency of secondary acute myeloid leukemia, as well as adverse cytogenetic abnormalities. Allogeneic stem cell transplantation is a therapeutic approach with known curative potential for patients with MDS that allows the achievement of long-term disease control. Numerous controversies still exist regarding transplantation in MDS: timing of transplantation, disease status at transplantation and comorbidity, conditioning intensity, pretransplant therapy, and stem cell source. Various transplant modalities of different intensities and alternative donor sources are now in use. Current advances in transplant technology are allowing the consideration of older patients. This should result in a greater number of older patients benefiting from this potentially curative treatment modality. Despite advances in transplantation technology, there is still considerable morbidity and mortality associated with this approach. Nevertheless, with the introduction of reduced-intensity conditioning and thereby reduced early mortality, transplant numbers in MDS patients have significantly increased. Moreover, recent new developments with innovative drugs, including hypomethylating agents, have extended the therapeutic alternatives for MDS patients. Hypomethylating agents allow the delay of allogeneic stem cell transplantation by serving as an effective and well-tolerated means to reduce disease burden. Keywords: myelodysplastic syndrome, allogeneic stem cell transplantation, reduced-intensity conditioning

  1. Geršgorin and his circles

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    Varga, Richard S

    2004-01-01

    TheGer? sgorin CircleTheorem, averywell-known resultin linear algebra today, stems from the paper of S. Ger? sgorin in 1931 (which is reproduced in AppendixD)where,givenanarbitraryn×ncomplexmatrix,easyarithmetic operationsontheentriesofthematrixproducendisks,inthecomplexplane, whose union contains all eigenvalues of the given matrix. The beauty and simplicity of Ger? sgorin’s Theorem has undoubtedly inspired further research in this area, resulting in hundreds of papers in which the name “Ger? sgorin” appears. The goal of this book is to give a careful and up-to-date treatment of various aspects of this topic. The author ?rst learned of Ger? sgorin’s results from friendly conversations with Olga Taussky-Todd and John Todd, which inspired me to work in this area.Olgawasclearlypassionateaboutlinearalgebraandmatrixtheory,and her path-?nding results in these areas were like a magnet to many, including this author! It is the author’s hope that the results, presented here on topics related to Ger? sgorin...

  2. Comparison of different methods for the assessment of the urban heat island in Stuttgart, Germany

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    Ketterer, Christine; Matzarakis, Andreas

    2015-09-01

    This study of the urban heat island (UHI) aims to support planning authorities by going beyond the traditional way of urban heat island studies. Therefore, air temperature as well as the physiologically equivalent temperature (PET) were applied to take into account the effect of the thermal atmosphere on city dwellers. The analysis of the urban heat island phenomenon of Stuttgart, Germany, includes a long-term frequency analysis using data of four urban and one rural meteorological stations. A (high resolution map) of the UHI intensity and PET was created using stepwise multiple linear regression based on data of car traverses as well as spatial data. The mapped conditions were classified according to the long-term frequency analysis. Regarding climate change, the need for adaptation measures as urban greening is obvious. Therefore, a spatial analysis of quantification of two scenarios of a chosen study area was done by the application of a micro-scale model. The nocturnal UHI of Stuttgart is during 15 % stronger than 4 K in the city center during summer when daytime heat stress occurs during 40 %. A typical summer condition is mapped using statistical approach to point out the most strained areas in Stuttgart center and west. According to the model results, the increase in number of trees in a chosen area (Olga hospital) can decrease PET by 0.5 K at 22:00 CET but by maximum 27 K at 14:00 CET.

  3. Reviews of recent publications

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    Full Text Available Esperança Bielsa. The Latin American Urban Crónica: Between Literature and Mass Culture by Miguel González-Abellás Gene H. Bell-Villada, ed. Gabriel García Márquez’s One Hundred Years of Solitude: A Casebook by Miguel González-Abellás Albert Memmi. Decolonization and the Decolonized . Trans. Robert Bononno by Christa Jones Erin Graff Zivin. The Wandering Signifier: Rhetoric of Jewishness in the Latin American Imaginary by Naomi Lindstrom Dawn Fulton. Signs of Dissent: Maryse Condé and Postcolonial Crticism by Jane E. Evans Anne Lambright. Creating the Hybrid Intellectual: Subject, Space and the Feminine in the Narrative of José María Arguedas by Arturio Arias Andrew Sobanet. Jail Sentences: Representing Prison in Twentieth-Century French Fiction by Elisabeth-Christine Muelsch Olga López-Valero Colbert. The Gaze on the Past: Popular Culture and History in Antonio Muñoz Molina’s Novels by Jorge Pérez Warren Motte. Fiction Now: The French Novel in the Twenty-First Century by Martine Fernandes Hélène Cixous. Hyperdream . Trans. Beverley Bie Brahic. by Amy Baram Reid Jean-Michel Rabaté. 1913: The Cradle of Modernism by Safoi Babana-Hampton

  4. Latsis conference

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    Cérémonie honorant les Prix Latsis universitaires 2012 Mardi 6 novembre 2012 à 18h Université de Genève   PROGRAMME 18h - Introduction Prof. Justin Thorens Président de la Fondation Latsis Paroles de bienvenue Prof. Jean-Dominique Vassalli Recteur de l’Université de Genève Allocution M. Charles Beer 18h15 - Présentation des quatre lauréats des Prix Latsis universitaires 2012 Prof. Martin Müller Université de St-Gall Dr Aude Peyrot Université de Genève Dr Albert Schliesser Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne Prof. Olga Sorkine École polytechnique fédérale de Zurich 18h40 - Conférence Chercheurs, décideurs, citoyens : comment construire ensemble la société de la connaissance de demain ? Claudie Haigneré Scientifique...

  5. Report on the 2011 Critical Assessment of Function Annotation (CAFA) meeting

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    2015-01-21

    The Critical Assessment of Function Annotation meeting was held July 14-15, 2011 at the Austria Conference Center in Vienna, Austria. There were 73 registered delegates at the meeting. We thank the DOE for this award. It helped us organize and support a scientific meeting AFP 2011 as a special interest group (SIG) meeting associated with the ISMB 2011 conference. The conference was held in Vienna, Austria, in July 2011. The AFP SIG was held on July 15-16, 2011 (immediately preceding the conference). The meeting consisted of two components, the first being a series of talks (invited and contributed) and discussion sections dedicated to protein function research, with an emphasis on the theory and practice of computational methods utilized in functional annotation. The second component provided a large-scale assessment of computational methods through participation in the Critical Assessment of Functional Annotation (CAFA). The meeting was exciting and, based on feedback, quite successful. There were 73 registered participants. The schedule was only slightly different from the one proposed, due to two cancellations. Dr. Olga Troyanskaya has canceled and we invited Dr. David Jones instead. Similarly, instead of Dr. Richard Roberts, Dr. Simon Kasif gave a closing keynote. The remaining invited speakers were Janet Thornton (EBI) and Amos Bairoch (University of Geneva).

  6. In memoriam 2003

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    Maailmas: Lynn Chadwick (24. XI 1914-25. IV), Eila Hiltunen (22. XI 1922-10. X), Leni Riefenstahl (22. VIII 1902-8. IX); Eesti: Paul Allik (23. XII 1946-14. XII), Tiiu Aru (14. X 1938-4. XII), Olga Bruns (19. III 1929-21. XII), Paula Delacherie-Ilves (7. IV 1903-2. IX), Tamara Ditman (9. VIII 1945-4. VIII), Ole Ehelaid (1. V 1913-2. IX), Mart-Ivo Eller (24. VII 1936-18. XI), Ene Falkenberg (2. XI 1914-10. III), Valve Janov (31. I 1921-18. IX), Aino Järvesoo (23. IX 1910-2. II), Lea Jürisson (31. X 1927-30. VIII), Ella Külv (1. XI 1921-31. VII), Tõnis Liik (1. XI 1923-25. I), Ella Loodma (27. II 1926-9. VI), Külli Muna (17. I 1960-8. I), Maire Männik (1. IV 1922-5. IX), Aleksei Paivel (30. III 1929-15. IX), Aino Põldra (1. VIII 1923-5. III), Made Põlluaas (13. VI 1929-15. X), Aleksander Suuman (25. IV 1927-19. VI), Walter Zapp (4. IX 1905-17. VII), Andres Tambek (7. VII 1952-12. V), Isi Trapido (27. IX 1921-28. XI), Ants Erik Vomm (4. VI 1931-11. VIII)

  7. Planetary Systems and the Origins of Life

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    Pudritz, Ralph; Higgs, Paul; Stone, Jonathon

    2013-01-01

    Preface; Part I. Planetary Systems and the Origins of Life: 1. Observations of extrasolar planetary systems Shay Zucker; 2. The atmospheres of extrasolar planets L. Jeremy Richardson and Sara Seager; 3. Terrestrial planet formation Edward Thommes; 4. Protoplanetary disks, amino acids and the genetic code Paul Higgs and Ralph Pudritz; 5. Emergent phenomena in biology: the origin of cellular life David Deamer; Part II. Life on Earth: 6. Extremophiles: defining the envelope for the search for life in the Universe Lynn Rothschild; 7. Hyperthermophilic life on Earth - and on Mars? Karl Stetter; 8. Phylogenomics: how far back in the past can we go? Henner Brinkmann, Denis Baurain and Hervé Philippe; 9. Horizontal gene transfer, gene histories and the root of the tree of life Olga Zhaxybayeva and J. Peter Gogarten; 10. Evolutionary innovation versus ecological incumbency Adolf Seilacher; 11. Gradual origins for the Metazoans Alexandra Pontefract and Jonathan Stone; Part III. Life in the Solar System?: 12. The search for life on Mars Chris McKay; 13. Life in the dark dune spots of Mars: a testable hypothesis Eörs Szathmary, Tibor Ganti, Tamas Pocs, Andras Horvath, Akos Kereszturi, Szaniszlo Berzci and Andras Sik; 14. Titan: a new astrobiological vision from the Cassini-Huygens data François Raulin; 15. Europa, the Ocean Moon: tides, permeable ice, and life Richard Greenberg; Index.

  8. Giving start-ups a helping hand

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    The French-Swiss foundation for research and technology (FFSRT) joined forces with CERN to organise an information day on setting up new businesses, at the Globe of Science and Innovation. The participants heard talks by entrepreneurs who started out at CERN, sharing their experiences and difficulties.CERN is a hot-bed of high-tech skills and know-how, and the Organization works actively to transfer this expertise to society. Some such innovations can lead to new business start-ups, but it can be extremely difficult to obtain the information and support you need to find your way through the inevitable administrative labyrinth. By opening its doors to the Fondation franco-suisse pour la recherche et la technologie (FFSRT) and hosting this "Entrepreneurial Day" on 7 March, CERN has clearly flagged its desire to assist budding entrepreneurs. The day was jointly kicked off by Olga Hooft, General Manager of the FFSRT, and Maximilian Metzger, CERN’s Se...

  9. 80 aastat tagasi : Detsember 1928. 1 / Mati Märtin

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    2008-01-01

    Muusikasündmustest 80 aastat tagasi: 1. dets. korraldas siseministeerium Tallinna Kaarli kirikus piduliku leinajumalateenistuse neli aastat tagasi kommunistliku mässukatse ajal langenute mälestuseks, kus esinesid bariton Aleksander Arder ja tšellist Raimond Bööcke (seda tähtpäeva tuletati meelde kõikjal üle Eesti), õnnistati Põltsamaa kiriku uus vendade Kriisade valmistatud orel (orelil esines August Topman), 2. dets. Tallinna Jaani kirikus esinesid tenor Tenno Vironi, organist Herman Känd ja sega- ja meeskoor A. Biltse juhatusel, 9. dets. esines Tallinna Jaani kirikus organist Peeter Laja (nii orelil kui lauljana), Tartu Ülikooli kirikus esinesid metsosopran Paula Brehm-Jürgenson ja Tallinna Toomkiriku organist Helene Spulge, Tartu Pauluse kirikus kanti ette Beethoveni missa C-duur (esinesid Muusikalise Hariduse ja Kultuuri Edendamise Seltsi sümfooniaorkester, Miina Hermanni Lauluselts ja solistid Olga Mikk-Krull, Ludmilla Orav, Evald Laanenbeck ja F. Zwetkov, dirigent Arkadius Krull)

  10. Review Article: The Wedding Gown Writes Back. Borgos, Anna. 2013. Nemek között: Nőtörténet, szexualitástörténet ('Between the Sexes: Women's History, Sexuality History'. Budapest: Noran Libro Kiadó. 317 pp.; and Lovas, Ildikó. 2008. Spanyol menyasszony (‘The Spanish Bride’. Bratislava/Pozsony: Kalligram Kiadó. 304 pp.

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    Full Text Available In Central Europe nowadays universities, research institutes or museums are attempting to reconfigure the region's complex history from the perspectives of formerly forgotten or marginal/ized individuals and groups. Besides initiatives such as the opening of the Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw, or of the Center for Queer Memory in Prague, new studies and literary works presently (re-create narratives that challenge the generally accepted past. Two recently published Hungarian books, a novel and a study that partly deals with the novel, exemplify this revisionist tendency. Ildikó Lovas’ novel, Spanyol Menyasszony ['The Spanish Bride'] (2007, which questions the cult of Géza Csáth (1887-1919, the writer and psychoanalyst who was also a drug addict that murdered his wife, renders the fictional diary of Csáth's wife and victim, Olga Jonás (1884-1919; Anna Borgos’ study, Nemek között: Nőtörténet, szexualitástörténet ['Between the Sexes: Women’s History, Sexuality History'] (2013, examines the Csáth affair within an inclusive analysis of women’s positions, roles and sexuality in the Hungarian culture of the last century. In this article Chmurski traces the ways in which both authors reread the lives and tragic marriage of Csáth and Jonás.

  11. Hydrate plug formation prediction tool : an increasing need for flow assurance in the oil industry

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    Kinnari, K.; Labes-Carrier, C.; Lunde, K. [StatoilHydro, Stavanger (Norway); Hemmingsen, P. [StatoilHydro, Trondheim (Norway); Davies, S.R.; Boxall, J.A.; Koh, C.A.; Sloan, E.D. [Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO (United States)

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    This paper outlined the current understanding of the mechanisms for hydrate formation, agglomeration and plugging of pipelines. The Colorado School of Mines Hydrate Kinetics (CSMHyK) model was developed to meet the industrial needs of predicting hydrate plugging and to reduce the extent of such events. This paper described the main application domains and features of this newly developed model whose current version is the first step towards describing the complex mechanisms in multiphase systems. The model is based on the gradual increase in the viscosity of a hydrate slurry. Different operational scenarios where hydrate plugging might occur were described in this paper. The CSMHyK has recently been implemented in the transient multiphase flow simulator OLGA as a separate module. Examples using the current model in several operational scenarios demonstrated some of its important capabilities in improving facility design and operation. The results from these examples and the operational scenarios analysis were used to discuss the future development needs of the CSMHyK model. It was concluded that the model should be extended to include the aspects of hydrate growth which is likely controlled by the mass and heat transfer in the close vicinity of growing particles. Further model development will include the possibility of forming large agglomerates, depositions on the wall and jamming the pipe by detached deposits. 6 refs., 7 figs.

  12. Productivity of late varieties of white cabbage (Brassica oleraceae L. subsp. capitata (L. Alef. var. alba depending on the sort types

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    Full Text Available Purpose. Conducting economic evaluations of late varie­ties of white cabbage of various sort types bred by Kyiv experimental station of the Institute of Vegetables and Melons NAAS of Ukraine (IVM. Methods. Field, laboratory, statistical. Results. Experimental studies included phenological observations of plants growth and development, biometric measurements of vegetative and edible parts of plants, determination of biochemical сomposition of heads, records of yield and storability of late varieties of white cabbage of such sort types as Amager and Langedijska winter. Varieties with the highest yield, best biochemical composition and excellent storability of cabbage heads during four and six month periods were identified. Conclusions. Among the cabbage samples of Amager sort types, late variety Vasylyna was characterized by the highest yields. Olga variety provided the significant increase in productivity. Violanta variety had the highest yield within the sort type Langedijska (Langendijker winter. Knyagynіa variety far exceed indices of standard Langendijker detsema. Late varieties of the first sort type produced the highest yield, the second ones demonstrated better biochemical composition and excellent storability of cabbage heads during four and six month period.

  13. Excerpt from Sites Unseen: Architecture, Race, and American Literature

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    Full Text Available This excerpt from William A. Gleason’s Sites Unseen: Architecture, Race, and American Literature juxtaposes the work of Richard Harding Davis and Olga Beatriz Torres, two international travelers during the generation preceding US involvement in World War I. Davis, a popular author and magazine editor, barnstormed through Central and South America, which he made the subject of a popular travelogue and “imperialist novel.” Torres, a teenaged girl, traveled north from Mexico into the United States and reported on conditions there in a series of letters published after her death. Yet despite their obvious disparities in point of view, the two works not only address similar themes of US power (albeit from different directions but they both focus on architecture and how it reflects race and class structures. The excerpt forms a fascinating counterpoint to Rhys Isaac’s pioneering study of architecture and social hierarchy in colonial Virginia, The Transformation of Virginia, 1740–1790 (1983.

  14. Simulations of severe slugging during depressurization of an oil/gas pipeline

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    Full Text Available Dynamic simulators for pipelines with multiphase flow have proved to be important computational tools for both design and operational support of oil and gas production systems. One important aim of such simulators is to predict the arrival time and magnitude of outlet liquid transients after production changes made by an operator of a pipeline. A multiphase flow simulator (OLGA-94.1 with a two-fluid model has been applied to simulate depressurization of a pipeline during a shutdown procedure. During depressurization liquid slugs may form and propagate towards the outlet. The importance of the numerical method for predictions of such transients is demonstrated by using an Eulerian, finite difference, implicit, upwind scheme both with and without a front tracking scheme. First the initial conditions for the depressurization is established from a shut-down simulation where the production at the inlet is closed down, and the liquid comes to rest at low points along the pipeline. A realistic depressurization is simulated by opening a choke at the outlet of the pressurized pipeline. The numerical scheme without front tracking (standard scheme gives outlet gas and liquid flow rates which are smeared out in time due to numerical diffusion. Simulations with the front tracking scheme give intermittent gas-liquid flow arriving as sharp fronts at the outlet. The total remaining fluid in the pipeline after the depressurization is larger when using the standard scheme.

  15. Challenges and solutions for manifold gas well production in Mexilhao field; Desafios e solucoes para a producao de pocos de gas interligados por manifold no Campo de Mexilhao

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    Lorenzeti, Jorge Fernando Canato; Silva, Haroldo Benedito da [Petroleo Brasileiro S.A. (PETROBRAS), Rio de Janeiro, RJ (Brazil)

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    This work presents the main challenges and the solutions found in the development of the Mexilhao Gas Field, located in the Santos Basin, about 145 kilometers off the Brazilian coast. Many technological innovations were devised for the subsea system, such as the use of subsea control valves in the manifold (for monoethylene glycol, MEG, injection), the use of HIPPS (High Integrity Pipeline Protection System) and the thermal insulation of the Wet Christmas Tree (WCT). It is also presented the sequence of the interlocking protection logic and the results observed during production. The cooling down of the WCT block after a stop production is showed. This is very important feature in this project for mitigating hydrate formation and allowing a higher operational flexibility during the restarting of production. The good simulation results by OLGA are also presented and they are compared to the real thermal-hydraulic profile data observed during the restart. The correct timing of this operation is essential to ensure not only that the overpressure protection logic is not triggered during the restart, but to prevent very low temperatures downstream of the choke (Joule-Thompson effect). (author)

  16. The possibility of life proliferation from Enceladus

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    Czechowski, Leszek

    2016-07-01

    is possible that the Enceladus was a cradle of the life in the Solar System. References: [1] Russell, M. J., Hall, A. J., And Martin W. (2010). Geobiology (2010), 8, 355-371. [2] Izawa M.R.M. et al. (2010). Planet. Space Sci. 58, 583-591. [3] Abramov, O., Mojzsis, S.J., (2011) Icarus 213, 273-279. [4] Czechowski, L. (2014) Planet. Space Sci. 104, 185-199

  17. Central Asian supra-glacier snow melt enhanced by anthropogenic black carbon

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    Schmale, Julia; Flanner, Mark; Kang, Shichang; Sprenger, Michael; Farinotti, Daniel; Zhang, Qianggong; Guo, Junming; Li, Yang; Lawrence, Mark; Schwikowski, Margit

    2016-04-01

    In Central Asia, more than 60 % of the population depends on water stored in glaciers and mountain snow. Densely populated areas near lower-lying mountain ranges are particularly vulnerable and a recent study showed that the region might lose 50 % of its glacier mass by 2050. While temperature, precipitation and dynamic processes are key drivers of glacial change, deposition of light absorbing impurities such as mineral dust and black carbon can lead to accelerated melting through surface albedo reduction. Here, we discuss the origin of deposited mineral dust and black carbon and their impacts on albedo change and snow melt. 218 snow samples were taken on 4 glaciers, Abramov (Pamir), Suek, Glacier No. 354 and Golubin (Tien Shan), representing deposition between summer 2012 and 2014. They were analyzed for elemental carbon, mineral dust and iron among other parameters. We find the elemental carbon concentration to be at the higher end of the range reported for neighboring mountain ranges between 70 and 502 ng g-1 (interquartile range). To investigate the origin of the snow impurities, we used a Lagrangian particle dispersion model, LAGRANTO. Back trajectory ensembles of 40 members with varied starting points to capture the meteorological spread were released every 6 hours for the covered period at all sites. "Footprints" were calculated and combined with emission inventories to estimate the relative contribution of anthropogenic and natural BC to deposited aerosol on the glaciers. We find that more than 94 % of BC is of anthropogenic origin and the major source region is Central Asia followed by the Middle East. Further exploring the implications of mineral dust and BC deposition, we calculate the snow albedo reduction with the Snow-Ice-Aerosol-Radiative model (SNICAR). Even though mineral dust concentrations were up to a factor of 50 higher than BC concentrations, BC dominates the albedo reduction. Using these results we calculate the snow melt induced by

  18. Contraception and family planning among HIV-seroconcordant and -serodiscordant couples in the US and Zambia

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    Full Text Available Deborah L Jones1, Olga Villar-Loubet1, Chipepo Kankasa2, Ndashi Chitalu2, Miriam Mumbi2, Stephen M Weiss11Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Miami, FL, USA; 2Department of Paediatrics, University of Zambia School of Medicine, Lusaka, ZambiaAbstract: With the advent of antiretroviral therapy, remarkable progress has been made in the reduction of morbidity and mortality associated with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV. As a result, in both the developed and developing world, reproductive decision-making and family planning has re-emerged as an important health issue among HIV-seroconcordant and -serodiscordant couples. This study sought to explore contraceptive attitudes and practices among HIV-seropositive and -serodiscordant couples in the US and Zambia and to compare contraceptive decision-making between seroconcordant and discordant couples. Study results suggest that while most participants expressed a willingness to use protection to prevent pregnancy, the majority were not using protection consistently. Similarly, among seropositive younger men in both the US and Zambia, more men expressed a desire to have children than women of either serostatus group. Study outcomes also suggest that male and female condom use to reduce HIV transmission within couples is limited. Thus, as males are largely the sexual decision makers regarding condom use, women’s attitudes or plans regarding child bearing may be eclipsed by those of their male partners, and recent reductions in provision of female condoms in the developing world may further reduce women’s options to protect themselves and prevent pregnancy. Education and counseling on vertical and horizontal transmission of HIV among both seropositive and serodiscordant couples should be an element of family planning efforts. Conversely, family planning should be a critical element of HIV counseling and testing strategies to

  19. Isolation and Physicochemical Characterization of Laccase from Ganoderma lucidum-CDBT1 Isolated from Its Native Habitat in Nepal

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    Joshi, Jarina; Malla, Rajani

    2016-01-01

    At present, few organisms are known to and capable of naturally producing laccases and white rot fungi are one such group. In the present study, three fungal species, namely, Ganoderma lucidum-CDBT1, Ganoderma japonicum, and Lentinula edodes, isolated from their native habitat in Nepal were screened for laccase production, and G. lucidum-CDBT1 was found to express highest levels of enzyme (day 10 culture media showed 0.92 IU/mg total protein or 92 IU/mL laccase activity with ABTS as substrate). Lignin extracted from rice straw was used in Olga medium for laccase production and isolation from G. lucidum-CDBT1. Presence of lignin (5 g/L) and copper sulfate (30 μM) in the media increased the extracellular laccase content by 111% and 114%, respectively. The laccase enzyme produced by G. lucidum-CDBT1 was fractionated by ammonium sulfate and purified by DEAE Sepharose anion exchange chromatography. The purified enzyme was found to have a molecular mass of 43 kDa and exhibits optimal activity at pH 5.0 and 30°C. The isolated laccase was thermally stable for up to 70°C for 1 h and exhibited broad pH stability. The kinetic constants, K m, V max, and K cat, determined using 2,2′-azinobis-(-3-ethylbenzothiazoline-6-sulfonic acid) as substrate were found to be 110 μM, 36 μmol/min/mg, and 246 min−1, respectively. The isolated thermostable laccase will be used in future experiments for delignification process. PMID:27822471

  20. Validation of the BPLab® 24-hour blood pressure monitoring system in a pediatric population according to the 1993 British Hypertension Society protocol

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    Full Text Available Mikhail Y Ledyaev, Olga V Stepanova, Anastasia M Ledyaeva Department of Pediatric Disease, Volgograd State Medical University, Volgograd, Russian Federation Background: Automatic 24-hour ambulatory blood pressure (BP monitoring (ABPM is a basic procedure performed in adults with arterial hypertension, but ABPM monitors have become widely used in pediatric practice only recently. The main problem is the lack of common normative data sets for ABPM in children and the small number of appropriate monitors that can be used for analysis of the 24-hour BP profile in this age group. The aim of this study was to validate the BPLab® ABPM monitor according to the 1993 British Hypertension Society (BHS-93 protocol, as well as to work out solutions regarding the feasibility of this device in pediatric practice. Methods: Our study included 30 children of both sexes and aged 5–15 years, ie, “older” children according to the BHS-93 protocol. Before starting the study, we obtained ethical approval from the regional scientific ethics committee. All participants and their parents signed their written consent for participation in the study. The data were simultaneously obtained by three experts, who had completed a noninvasive BP measurement training course. BP values were measured using the Korotkoff auscultatory method (Phase I for systolic BP and Phase V for diastolic BP. Discrepancies in the systolic and diastolic BP measurements (n=180; 90 for each expert were analyzed according to the criteria specified in the BHS-93 protocol. Results: The device was graded “A” for both systolic BP and diastolic BP according to the criteria of the BHS-93 protocol. Conclusion: The BPLab ABPM device may be recommended for extensive pediatric use. Keywords: ambulatory blood pressure monitoring, children, device, validation 

  1. Gastric cancer: prevention, screening and early diagnosis.

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    Pasechnikov, Victor; Chukov, Sergej; Fedorov, Evgeny; Kikuste, Ilze; Leja, Marcis

    2014-10-14

    Gastric cancer continues to be an important healthcare problem from a global perspective. Most of the cases in the Western world are diagnosed at late stages when the treatment is largely ineffective. Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) infection is a well-established carcinogen for gastric cancer. While lifestyle factors are important, the efficacy of interventions in their modification, as in the use of antioxidant supplements, is unconvincing. No organized screening programs can be found outside Asia (Japan and South Korea). Although several screening approaches have been proposed, including indirect atrophy detection by measuring pepsinogen in the circulation, none of them have so far been implemented, and more study data is required to justify any implementation. Mass eradication of H. pylori in high-risk areas tends to be cost-effective, but its adverse effects and resistance remain a concern. Searches for new screening biomarkers, including microRNA and cancer-autoantibody panels, as well as detection of volatile organic compounds in the breath, are in progress. Endoscopy with a proper biopsy follow-up remains the standard for early detection of cancer and related premalignant lesions. At the same time, new advanced high-resolution endoscopic technologies are showing promising results with respect to diagnosing mucosal lesions visually and targeting each biopsy. New histological risk stratifications (classifications), including OLGA and OLGIM, have recently been developed. This review addresses the current means for gastric cancer primary and secondary prevention, the available and emerging methods for screening, and new developments in endoscopic detection of early lesions of the stomach.

  2. Influence of Terrestrial Weathering on the Magnetic Record of a LL Chondrite

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    Kohout, T.; Kletetschka, G.; Wasilewski, P.

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    The origin of our solar system may have been accompanied by transient energetic events capable of magnetizing the materials from which the solid bodies in the solar system formed. The magnetic field associated with some of some of these events should have been recorded by the magnetic mineralogy contained within meteorites. To extract this information from meteorites many noise components must be carefully eliminated. The fusion crust has long been established as restricted to a thin layer on the surface of meteorite. Magnetic screening of the fusion crust that relates to Murchison meteorite indicates that during the entry and landing at least 6 mm thick layer is affected by terrestrial TRM acquisition. Many of the meteorite finds have long term residence in the terrestrial oxidized environment. This weathering is the subject of this study. The meteorite in question landed in the Libya stony desert and has obvious surface weathering that can be referred to as desert varnish. The consequent iron oxide mineralization introduced very stable origin of very stable chemical remanent magnetization. The magnetic remanence in fragments without the desert varnish is between 20 - 50 % of the oxidized ones. The orientation of this CRM appears to be random indicating that the sample may have rotated during the long period of aeolian transport and varnish formation. Magnetization of the white matrix samples (20 - 50 % of weathered ones) is thermally more stable and also randomly oriented. The range of NRM/SIRM values for both mineralogies varies between 10-2 and 10-3. Acknowledgements: This work would not be possible without help of following people: Jakub Haloda, Petr Jakes, Marcela Bukovanska, Petr Pruner, Vladimir Kohout, Libuse Kohoutova, Vladimir Kohout, Olga Kohoutova.

  3. Estimating the Soil Instability from CSEM Monitoring Data at the City of 15th May, Egypt

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    Hachay, Olga, ,, Prof.; Atya, Magdy, ,, Prof.; Khachay, Oleg; El Sayed, El Said A. El Sayed1 A.

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    The site of investigation, 15th May city, is a new suburb of Helwan, at about 35 km south of Cairo, Egypt. The work is aimed to investigate the rock mass stability at 'Quarter 27' in 15th May City. A controlled source electromagnetic (CSEM) approach developed earlier by IGF UB RAS (Geophysical Federal Institute, Ural Branch of Russian Academy of Science) is applied to image the ranked deformation levels in the massive structure. The wide profile system of observation has been used to monitor the three components of the alternating magnetic field along predefined measuring lines in the study area. Four cycles of observation have been carried out in 2008, 2010, 2011, and 2012. The acquired data sets have been subjected to analytical processing procedure to estimate the changes in the geotechnical parameters during the time of these four cycles of observation. The analytical treatments provided good information about the structure of the rock massive and its rank of degradation, the lateral distribution of the geotechnical heterogeneity, and finally a conclusive outcome about foundation stability. We conclude that the general dynamic state close to the destruction level within the investigation area is getting worse over the time; this is reflected in the crack's densities and positions, also on the changes in the lateral distribution of geoelectric heterogeneity as an indicator of the saturation of the surface rock in the study area with water [1]. 1. Magdy A. Atya, Olga A. Hachay, Mamdouh M. Soliman, Oleg Y. Khachay, Ahmed B. Khalill, Mahmoud Gaballah, Fathy F.Shaaban and Ibrahim A.El. Hemali. CSEM imaging of the near surface dynamics and its impact for foundation stability at quarter 27,15-th of May City, Helwan, Egypt. // Earth sciences research journal, 2010,Vol.14, N1, p.76-87.

  4. Estimating the geotechnical Parameters from CSEM monitoring Data for the Buildings and the Environment at the City of 15th May, Egypt

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    Hachay, Olga; Atya, Magdy; Khachay, Oleg

    2015-04-01

    The site of investigation, 15th May city, is a new suburb of Helwan, at about 35 km south of Cairo, Egypt. The work is aimed to investigate the rock mass stability at "Quarter 27" in 15th May City, which is linked with cracks formation into the buildings. A controlled source electromagnetic (CSEM) approach developed earlier by IGF UB RAS (Geophysical Federal Institute, Ural Branch of Russian Academy of Science) is applied to image the ranked deformation levels in the massive structure. The wide profile system of observation has been used to monitor the three components of the alternating magnetic field along predefined measuring lines in the study area. Four cycles of observation have been carried out in 2008, 2010, 2011, and 2012. The acquired data sets have been subjected to analytical processing procedure to estimate the changes in the geotechnical parameters during the time of these four cycles of observation. The analytical treatments provided good information about the structure of the rock massive and its rank of degradation, the lateral distribution of the geotechnical heterogeneity, and finally a conclusive outcome about foundation stability. We conclude that the general dynamic state close to the destruction level within the investigation area is getting worse over the time; this is reflected in the crack's densities and positions, also on the changes in the lateral distribution of geoelectric heterogeneity as an indicator of the saturation of the surface rock in the study area with water [1]. Reference 1. Magdy A. Atya, Olga A. Hachay, Mamdouh M. Soliman, Oleg Y. Khachay, Ahmed B. Khalill, Mahmoud Gaballah, Fathy F.Shaaban and Ibrahim A.El. Hemali. CSEM imaging of the near surface dynamics and its impact for foundation stability at quarter 27,15-th of May City, Helwan, Egypt. // Earth sciences research journal, 2010,Vol.14, N1, p.76-87.

  5. Nicolae Milescu Spătarul - ancestor of a Nobel Laureate - Ilia I. Mecinikov. Part II. Ilia I. Mecinikov’s life and scientific work; 16th of May 2011 - 166 years since the birth of the European scholar; 15th of July 2011 - 95 years since death

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    Full Text Available The work showcases the promotion of Romanian lineage - Nicolae Milescu Spătarul (1636-1708 as ancestor of scientist Ilia Ilici Mecinikov (1845-1916, Nobel Laureate (1908.A great figure in world science and bio-medicine, the scientist - creator of two new modernsciences (immunology and gerontology – is claimed and honoured by four nations: Israeli, French,Russian and Ukrainian. Despite his known Romanian descent on his paternal side – biographicallyconsecrated by his wife Olga Mecinikov – Romania has pushed him into oblivion, by not promotingthis historical truth and reality to all.In our country, Prof. Dr. doc. Ilie Th. Riga (1908-1977 publishes in 1930, in the Romanianmagazine, Natura (Nature, Originea românească a lui Metchnikoff (Metchnikoff’s Romanianorigins. In the 2007-2011 period, two of the authors of the work continuously publish, in thecountry and abroad, thus creating Dosarul ascendenţei româneşti al lui Mecinikov (Mecinikov’sfile on his Romanian lineage, for the global informational civilization. They published their worksin printed version: in scientific magazines (2007, 2011, in their own monograph Medicina antiîmbătrânireşi ştiinţele longevităţii (Anti-aging Medicine and Longevity Sciences, (2007, innewspapers Ziua USA (The Day - USA, (2008 and Clipa. Magazinul Actualităţii CulturaleRomâneşti (The Moment. The Romanian Cultural Current Affairs Magazine, (2011, inEnciclopedia medicală Românească (Encyclopaedia of Romanian Medicine, (2009 and also onSorin Riga, Dan Riga, Vasile Man - Nicolae Milescu Spătarul - ancestor of a Nobel Laureate - Ilia I. Mecinikov...250webpages (the online era: www.DacoRomanica.ro (2010, www.revista-studii-uvvg.ro (2011,www.ziuausa.com (2008, www.revistaclipa.com (2011, taken over by other internet websites.

  6. Toward a Meta Understanding of Reality: The Problem of Reference in Russian Metarealist Poetry

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    2005-06-01

    Full Text Available Through an in-depth analysis of Russian metarealist poetry, the paper seeks to undermine the increasingly popular belief in the self-referential nature of postmodern literature and deconstructive writing. To challenge the conviction that postmodern texts have cut off literary discourse from reality, the author focuses on the writing of Olga Sedakova and Elena Shvarts. Her analysis of Sedakova's Vrata, Okna, Arki attempts to draw a parallel between the schools of Russian symbolism and metarealism, and demonstrate the increased referential potential of metarealist writing. While symbolism juxtaposes the mundane reality here to the eternal spiritual world beyond , she argues in the paper, metarealism practices an optimistic monism , interconnecting perceptual realities to levels of existence in a metaphysical beyond. Introducing Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari's concept of the rhizome , the author analyzes the ways in which the poetry of Sedakova establishes connections with the multi-layered corpus of reality and thus expands the notion of referentiality. The paper proceeds with an examination of Shvarts's Lotsiia Nochi . The author advances a provocative reading of Shvarts's work from the point of view of Deleuze and Guattari's theory of de- and reterritorialization and Mikhail Epstein's notion of the metabole . By way of examining the metamorphic quality of metarealist poetry and the multifaceted modes of reality's manifestation within it, the essay discards as unwarranted the mourning over the postmodern eclipse of reality and the subject's incapacity to represent it. Metarealism, the author concludes, restores the pristine polyphony of our multidimensional universe and vindicates the prestige formerly allotted to referentiality.

  7. Comparison of Model-Based Control Solutions for Severe Riser-Induced Slugs

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    Simon Pedersen

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    Full Text Available Control solutions for eliminating severe riser-induced slugs in offshore oil & gas pipeline installations are key topics in offshore Exploration and Production (E&P processes. This study describes the identification, analysis and control of a low-dimensional control-oriented model of a lab-scaled slug testing facility. The model is analyzed and used for anti-slug control development for both lowpoint and topside transmitter solutions. For the controlled variables’ comparison it is concluded that the topside pressure transmitter ( P t is the most difficult output to apply directly for anti-slug control due to the inverse response. However, as P t often is the only accessible measurement on offshore platforms this study focuses on the controller development for both P t and the lowpoint pressure transmitter ( P b . All the control solutions are based on linear control schemes and the performance of the controllers are evaluated from simulations with both the non-linear MATLAB and OLGA models. Furthermore, the controllers are studied with input disturbances and parametric variations to evaluate their robustness. For both pressure transmitters the H ∞ loop-shaping controller gives the best performance as it is relatively robust to disturbances and has a fast convergence rate. However, P t does not increase the closed-loop bifurcation point significantly and is also sensitive to disturbances. Thus the study concludes that the best option for single-input-single-output (SISO systems is to control P b with a H ∞ loop-shaping controller. It is suggested that for cases where only topside transmitters are available a cascaded combination of the outlet mass flow and P t could be considered to improve the performance.

  8. Ancient founder mutation is responsible for Imerslund-Gräsbeck Syndrome among diverse ethnicities.

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    Beech, Cameron M; Liyanarachchi, Sandya; Shah, Nidhi P; Sturm, Amy C; Sadiq, May F; de la Chapelle, Albert; Tanner, Stephan M

    2011-11-13

    Imerslund-Gräsbeck syndrome (IGS) was described just over 50 years ago by Olga Imerslund and Ralph Gräsbeck and colleagues. IGS is caused by specific malabsorption of cobalamin (Cbl) due to bi-allelic mutations in either the cubilin gene (CUBN) or the human amnionless homolog (AMN). Mutations in the two genes are commonly seen in founder populations or in societies with a high degree of consanguineous marriages. One particular mutation in AMN, c.208-2A>G, causing an out-of-frame loss of exon 4 in the mRNA, is responsible for some 15% of IGS cases globally. We present evidence that this founder mutation causes a substantial percentage of cases among diverse ethnicities and that the mutation is as old as human civilization. Partial genotyping indicated a founder event but its presence in diverse peoples of Arabic, Turkish, Jewish, and Hispanic ancestry suggested that the mutation might be recurrent. We therefore studied the flanking sequence spanning 3.5 Mb to elucidate the origin of the haplotype and estimate the age of the mutation using a Bayesian inference method based on observed linkage disequilibrium. The mutation's distribution, the size of the shared haplotype, and estimates of growth rate and carrier frequency indicated that the mutation was a single prehistoric event. Dating back to the ancient Middle East around 11,600 BC, the mutation predates the advent of writing, farming, and the monotheistic religions of the region. This mutation causes over 50% of the IGS cases among Arabic, Turkish, and Sephardic Jewish families, making it a primary target for genetic screening among diverse IGS cases originating from the Middle East. Thus, rare founder mutations may cause a substantial number of cases, even among diverse ethnicities not usually thought to be related.

  9. Isolation and Physicochemical Characterization of Laccase from Ganoderma lucidum-CDBT1 Isolated from Its Native Habitat in Nepal

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    Prabin Shrestha

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available At present, few organisms are known to and capable of naturally producing laccases and white rot fungi are one such group. In the present study, three fungal species, namely, Ganoderma lucidum-CDBT1, Ganoderma japonicum, and Lentinula edodes, isolated from their native habitat in Nepal were screened for laccase production, and G. lucidum-CDBT1 was found to express highest levels of enzyme (day 10 culture media showed 0.92 IU/mg total protein or 92 IU/mL laccase activity with ABTS as substrate. Lignin extracted from rice straw was used in Olga medium for laccase production and isolation from G. lucidum-CDBT1. Presence of lignin (5 g/L and copper sulfate (30 μM in the media increased the extracellular laccase content by 111% and 114%, respectively. The laccase enzyme produced by G. lucidum-CDBT1 was fractionated by ammonium sulfate and purified by DEAE Sepharose anion exchange chromatography. The purified enzyme was found to have a molecular mass of 43 kDa and exhibits optimal activity at pH 5.0 and 30°C. The isolated laccase was thermally stable for up to 70°C for 1 h and exhibited broad pH stability. The kinetic constants, Km, Vmax, and Kcat, determined using 2,2′-azinobis-(-3-ethylbenzothiazoline-6-sulfonic acid as substrate were found to be 110 μM, 36 μmol/min/mg, and 246 min−1, respectively. The isolated thermostable laccase will be used in future experiments for delignification process.

  10. Severe slugging in a flexible S-shaped riser system: Experimental studies and transient simulation

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    Li, Wensheng; Guo, Liejin; Li, Nailiang

    2013-07-01

    Severe slugging, which could induce large-amplitude pressure and flow rate fluctuations, is a major and expensive problem in multiphase transportation systems of offshore oil production system. To avoid such problem is a basic requirement for flow assurance management. This study is an experimental and numerical investigation of severe slugging in a relatively long pipeline-riser system. A series of experiments on two-phase, air-water flow in a flexible Sshaped riser were carried out. The experimental system has a 114m long horizontal pipeline connected to a 19m long pipe which is inclined to -2degree from horizontal, followed by a 15.3m high riser operating at atmospheric end pressure. Four types of flow patterns were found and characterized by the pressure fluctuations at the bottom of the riser. A flow patter map for the prediction of severe slugging was developed based on the experimental results. The detailed characteristics of severe slugging such as pressure fluctuations, liquid holdup, under different gas-liquid superficial velocities were provided. A transient model to predict the flow behavior in the pipeline-S-shaped riser system was developed based on an existing model (OLGA). The modified model, which was tested against new experimental results obtained in this study, showed that the four types of flow patterns observed in the experiment were predicted with acceptable discrepancies. The flow pattern map was obtained using present model, as well as the detailed characteristics of severe slugging. In addition, the reasons for the difference between experimental and numerical results were analysed in this article. The motive of the numerical studies was to identify the areas that could not be reproduced by the present model and to give some suggestions for future models.

  11. Last 20 years of gas hydrates in the oil industry : challenges and achievements in predicting pipeline blockage

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    Estanga, D.A.; Creek, J.; Subramanian, S.; Kini, R.A. [Chevron Energy Technology Co., Houston, TX (United States)

    2008-07-01

    This paper reviewed how the successes of the past 20 years have shaped the new hydrate focus. It also outlined innovative tools for hydrate plugging prediction. Tools such as CSMHyK-OLGA were developed to address the design and operational challenges associated with offshore production regarding flow assurance in the area of gas hydrates. The effort to understand the complex behavior of gas hydrates in multiphase flow has resulted in new hydrate blockage models. Although the hydrate community continues to debate the impact of kinetics, agglomeration, and oil chemistry effects on hydrate blockage formation in pipelines and wellbores, the petroleum industry still relies on thermodynamic strategies that completely prevent hydrates in production systems. However, these complex strategies such as thermal insulation, electric heating, dead oil displacement, and methanol injection are costly, particularly for marginal fields. As such, research continues in developing a comprehensive multiphase flow simulator capable of handling the transient aspects of production operations, notably shut-in, restart, blowdown and blockage prediction. Model predictions are leading to new operating strategies based on risk management approach. This paper discussed the challenges and opportunities that have shifted the focus from prevention of hydrates to prevention of blockage. Some initial successes in the development of a first generation empirical tool for the prediction of hydrate blockages in flow lines were also presented along with new experimental data that explained how hydrate blockages can manifest in the field. It was concluded that additional research is needed to solve the problem of hydrate plugging mechanism. 12 refs., 6 figs.

  12. Comprendre et produire des textes écrits en français

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    Ioana-Crina COROI

    2014-07-01

    Full Text Available En 2014, à Editura Universitaria Craiova, sous la signature de Mira Trajkova, Simona-Aida Manolache, Sanda-Maria Ardeleanu, Irina Babamova, Joana Hadži-Lega Histoska, Nicoleta Moroșan, Olga Oprea-Gancevici, Mariana Șovea, Snežana Petrova, Irena Pavlovska, Elisaveta Popovska, Margarita Velevska, est paru le volume Pour comprendre et produire des textes écrits en français, recueil de fiches d’activités, niveau B2. Cet ouvrage représente le résultat d’un travail d’équipe organisé dans le cadre du projet de recherche financé par AUF – Méthodologies et pratiques innovantes dans la didactique du FLE (MEPRID-FLE, projet déroulé dans la période 2011-2013, coordonné par Daniela Dincă, maître de conférences à l’Université de Craiova. Le travail a réuni six universités partenaires : l’Université de Craiova, l’Université « Babeș-Bolyai » de Cluj-Napoca, l’Université Linguistique d’Etat « V. Brioussov » d’Erévan, l’Université « Dunărea de Jos » de Galați, l’Université « Sts. Cyrille et Méthode » de Skopje et l’Université Université « Ştefan cel Mare » de Suceava.

  13. Hypomania after augmenting venlafaxine and olanzapine with sarcosine in a patient with schizophrenia: a case study

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    Full Text Available Dominik Strzelecki, Justyna Szyburska, Magdalena Kotlicka-Antczak, Olga KałużyńskaDepartment of Affective and Psychotic Disorders, Medical University of Lódz, Central Clinical Hospital, Lódz, PolandAbstract: Glutamate is the main excitatory neurotransmitter in the central nervous system. Dysfunction of the glutamatergic system plays an important and well-established role in the pathogenesis of schizophrenia. Agents with glutamatergic properties such as N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor coagonists (ie, glycine, D-cycloserine and glycine transporter type 1 inhibitors (eg, sarcosine, bitopertin are investigated in schizophrenia with special focus on negative and cognitive symptomatology. In this article, we describe a case of a 34-year-old woman with diagnosis of schizophrenia with persistent moderate negative and cognitive symptoms, a participant of the Polish Sarcosine Study (PULSAR treated with olanzapine (25 mg per day and venlafaxine (75 mg per day. During ten weeks of sarcosine administration (2 g per day the patient’s activity and mood improved, but in the following 2 weeks, the patient reported decreased need for sleep, elevated mood, libido and general activity. We diagnosed drug-induced hypomania and recommended decreasing the daily dose of venlafaxine to 37.5 mg per day, which resulted in normalization of mood and activity in about 1 week. After this change, activity and mood remained stable and better than before adding sarcosine, and subsequent depressive symptoms were not noted. We describe here the second case report where sarcosine induced important affect changes when added to antidepressive and antipsychotic treatment, which supports the hypothesis of clinically important glutamate–serotonin interaction.Keywords: MNDA receptor, glutamatergic system, serotoninergic system

  14. Identification of expanded T-cell clones by spectratyping in nonfunctioning kidney transplants

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    Cappuccilli M

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    Full Text Available Maria Cappuccilli,1 Gabriele Donati,1 Giorgia Comai,1 Olga Baraldi,1 Diletta Conte,1 Irene Capelli,1 Valeria Aiello,1 Andrea Pession,2 Gaetano La Manna1 1Department of Experimental Diagnostic and Specialty Medicine (DIMES, Nephrology, Dialysis, and Renal Transplant Unit, 2Molecular Laboratory of Pediatrics, Hematology–Oncology Unit, St Orsola Hospital, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy Background: The aim of this study was the application of complementarity-determining region-3 spectratyping analysis to determine T-cell-repertoire complexity and to detect T-cell-clone expansion, as a measure of immune response in nonfunctioning kidney transplants (group hemodialysis-transplant [HD-Tx], nontransplanted dialysis patients (group hemodialysis [HD], and normal subjects as controls (group C.Patients and methods: Analysis of T-cell receptor (TCR diversity by spectratyping was applied to peripheral blood samples collected from 21 subjects: eight in group HD-Tx, seven in group HD, and six in group C.Results: Considering the extent of the skew in TCR variable region repertoires as a measure of clonal T cells, we found that the number of altered spectra showed a progressive increase from normal subjects to dialysis patients and to nonfunctioning kidney transplants, respectively. Healthy subjects had the lowest number of altered spectra, and patients with nonfunctioning kidney transplants the highest. Differences were significant for group HD-Tx vs group C (P=0.017 and group HD vs group C (P=0.015, but not between nonfunctioning kidney-transplant recipients and dialysis patients (group HD-Tx vs group HD.Conclusion: Although dialysis appears to be a weaker trigger for clonal expansion of T cells, our data suggest that the utilization of complementarity-determining region-3 spectratyping analysis of the TCR repertoire might be useful to monitor specific immunoactivation in patients before and after kidney transplantation. Keywords: dialysis

  15. TECHIRGHIOL - 115 YEARS OF BALNEOTHERAPY

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    Full Text Available Friday, 27.06.2014 1600-1800 Session 1 „115 Ani de Balneologie la Techirghiol” 1600 – 1620 Drd. Liliana Elena Stanciu, medic specialist Recuperare, Medicină Fizică şi Balneologie, S.B.R.Techirghiol, „Sanatoriul Balnear şi de Recuperare Techirghiol – Unitate sanitară de reper naţional şi internaţional a balneologiei romaneşti” - L. E. Stanciu, C. Oprea, V. Rusu, E. V. Ionescu 1620 - 1640 Director de îngrijiri Carmen Oprea, doctorand kinetoterapeut „Politici de calitate la Sanatoriul Balnear şi de Recuperare Techirghiol” - C. Oprea, L. E. Stanciu, V. Rusu, E. V. Ionescu 1640 - 1700 Conf. Univ. Olga Surdu, medic primar Recuperare, Medicină Fizică şi Balneologie, doctor în Medicină, Universitatea Ovidiu Constanţa, Facultatea de Medicină, S.B.R.Techirghiol „Techirghiol – Privire retrospectivă asupra activităţii ştiinţifice din ultimii 10 ani” - O. Surdu, L. E. Stanciu, V. Marin, T-V Surdu, M. Surdu 1700 - 1730 Adrian Viorel Stan - primar Techirghiol - “Staţiunea Techirghiol – proiecte de dezvoltare” Saturday, 28.06.2014 900 – 1200 Session II „Mud therapy – international scientific news” 900 – 920 Prof.Mufit – Zeki Karagulle, Department of Medical Ecology and Hydroclimatology, Istanbul University, Istanbul Medical Faculty, Turkey “Mud therapy in the management of rheumatic diseases; our experience” - Mine Karagülle* and Müfit Zeki Karagülle** 920 – 940 Prof. Dr. Francisco Maraver - Professional School of Medical Hydrology, Faculty of Medicine, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Dept. of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Medical Hydrology, Faculty of Medicine, Universidad Complutense Madrid, Thalasso Center, San Pedro del Pinatar-Murcia, Spain “Current state of balneotherapy in Spain” 940 – 1000Assist Prof. Dr.Antonella Fioravanti, Rheumatology Unit - Department of Medicine, Surgery and Neurosciences, University of Siena, Italy “One year effectiveness of mud bath

  16. Duration of remission after halving of the etanercept dose in patients with ankylosing spondylitis: a randomized, prospective, long-term, follow-up study

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    Full Text Available Fabrizio Cantini, Laura Niccoli, Emanuele Cassarà, Olga Kaloudi, Carlotta NanniniDivision of Rheumatology, Misericordia e Dolce Hospital, Prato, ItalyBackground: The aim of this study was to evaluate the proportion of patients with ankylosing spondylitis maintaining clinical remission after reduction of their subcutaneous etanercept dose to 50 mg every other week compared with that in patients receiving etanercept 50 mg weekly.Methods: In the first phase of this randomized, prospective, follow-up study, all biologic-naïve patients identified between January 2005 and December 2009 as satisfying the modified New York clinical criteria for ankylosing spondylitis treated with etanercept 50 mg weekly were evaluated for disease remission in January 2010. In the second phase, patients meeting the criteria for remission were randomized to receive subcutaneous etanercept as either 50 mg weekly or 50 mg every other week. The randomization allocation was 1:1. Remission was defined as Bath Ankylosing Spondylitis Disease Activity Index < 4, no extra-axial manifestations of peripheral arthritis, dactylitis, tenosynovitis, or iridocyclitis, and normal acute-phase reactants. The patients were assessed at baseline, at weeks 4 and 12, and every 12 weeks thereafter. The last visit constituted the end of the follow-up.Results: During the first phase, 78 patients with ankylosing spondylitis (57 males and 21 females, median age 38 years, median disease duration 12 years were recruited. In January 2010, after a mean follow-up of 25 ± 11 months, 43 (55.1% patients achieving clinical remission were randomized to one of the two treatment arms. Twenty-two patients received etanercept 50 mg every other week (group 1 and 21 received etanercept 50 mg weekly (group 2. At the end of follow-up, 19 of 22 (86.3% subjects in group 1 and 19 of 21 (90.4% in group 2 were still in remission, with no significant difference between the two groups. The mean follow-up duration in group

  17. Tocilizumab in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis and beyond

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    Full Text Available Anjali Shetty,1 Rebekah Hanson,1 Peter Korsten,2 Munir Shawagfeh,3 Shiva Arami,1 Suncica Volkov,1 Olga Vila1 William Swedler,1 Abdel Naser Shunaigat,4 Sameer Smadi,4 Ray Sawaqed,5 David Perkins,1 Shiva Shahrara,1 Nadera J Sweiss11Department of Rheumatology, Pharmacy, Transplant, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA; 2Department of Nephrology and Rheumatology, University Medicine Göttingen, Göttingen, Germany; 3Anesthesia and Pain Management, King Hussein Cancer Center, Amman, Jordan; 4Liver Transplant, Kidney Transplant Royal Medical Services, Jordan; 5Cardiac Surgery Methodist Hospitals, Merrillville, IN, USAAbstract: Rheumatoid arthritis (RA is a systemic inflammatory disease characterized by joint pain, swelling, stiffness, and progressive destruction of the small joints of the hands and feet. Treatment of RA has improved over the past decade. With multiple cytokines well-known now to play a role in the pathogenesis of RA, including tumor necrosis factor alpha, interleukin (IL-1β, and IL-6, many targeted biological treatments against these cytokines have emerged, changing the treatment of this disease. Tocilizumab (TCZ is a recombinant humanized monoclonal antibody against the IL-6 receptor and has been approved in many countries, including the United States, for the treatment of moderate to severe RA in patients who have not adequately responded to one or more disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs (DMARDs or cannot tolerate other approved drug classes for RA. The aim of this review is to discuss the role of IL-6 in RA, and to provide an overview of the mode of action, pharmacokinetics, and safety of TCZ. Furthermore, efficacy studies of TCZ as both monotherapy and combination therapy will be evaluated. There have been several important clinical trials evaluating the efficacy and safety of TCZ in RA patients; this review summarizes this data from 14 key trials with emphasis on Phase III trials. Review of these trials

  18. Una encrucijada estética en Artigas: entre el realismo socialista y el concretismo

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    Raphael Grazziano

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    Full Text Available O artigo explora o posicionamento ambivalente de Artigas no debate político-cultural da Guerra Fria, durante a década de 1950, em que se opunham dois movimentos artísticos principais. Por um lado, o realismo socialista, tendência que tomou força na Rússia pós-revolucionária, sobretudo a partir da ascensão de Stalin, ao se colocar como a nova arte das massas proletárias, nas diretrizes da política cultural comum aos diversos partidos comunistas. Por outro lado, o concretismo, já então visto como uma nova vanguarda moderna de abstração geométrica, mas que era atacado pelos militantes comunistas, por seus supostos vínculos “imperialistas”. Para tal, mapeamos o tratamento que o arquiteto deu a cada vertente, em duas fontes simultâneas. Uma se refere aos textos e aulas de Artigas, que permitiram perceber as transformações que as acepções de cada movimento sofreram ao longo de sua carreira. A outra é a de seus projetos, em que estudamos duas casas paradigmáticas: a Olga Baeta, de 1956, e a Rubens de Mendonça, de 1958. Embora a primeira seja normalmente vista como “realista socialista”, e a segunda, como “concretista”, a análise dos desenhos não permite uma vinculação estrita a nenhuma delas. Ambas as posições estão mescladas nas duas casas e são desenvolvidas de modo inconcluso, o que revelaria o impasse cultural em que Artigas se encontrava. Impasse presente nas obras e nos textos,referente não só ao desenvolvimento formal que cada frente lhe abria, como também por suas vinculações a projetos políticos e nacionais de longo alcance.

  19. Effect of nursery nitrogen application of bare-root Larix olgensis seedlings on growth, nitrogen uptake and initial field performance.

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    Li, Guo Lei; Zhu, Yan; Liu, Yong; Jiang, Le; Shi, Wenhui; Liu, Jiajia; Wang, Jiaxi; Cheng, Zhongqian

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    Nursery nitrogen application has been used to improve seedling quality. The technique has received little attention with bare-root seedlings and their subsequent field performance on weed competition sites. Our research objective was to examine responses of one- and two- year-old bare-root Olga Bay larch (Larix olgensis Henry) seedlings to nursery nitrogen supplements and subsequent one-year field performance on a competitive site. The fertilizer levels (kg N ha(-1)) were 0 (control), 60 (conventional fertilization, 60 C), 120 (additional nitrogen applied two times, 120 L), 180 (additional nitrogen applied three times, 180 L) and N were applied in increments of 30 kg ha(-1 )at 15-day interval to maintain a base nutrient level Although pre-planting morphological attributes and nitrogen status of one-year-old (la) seedlings were more sensitive to 60 C than for two-year-old (2a) seedlings, the conventional application failed to enhance their field survival (15.6% vs 17.8%), relative height growth (89.0% vs 79.6%), and relative diameter growth (17.0% vs 22.9%). The la seedlings' field survival (15.6% for 0, 17.8% for 60 C) and 2a seedlings' relative height growth rate (11.0% for 0, 8.9% for 60 C) were not increased significantly until they were provided the 120 L (survival of 23.3% for la, relative height growth rate of 15.0% for 2a). According to pre-planting attributes and field performance, optimum nursery nitrogen application was 120 L for the 2a seedlings and 180 L for la seedlings. Except for component nitrogen concentration, pre-planting morphological attributes and component N content for the 2a seedlings were as much 3.3 to 37.7 times that of la seedlings. In conclusion, the contrasting survival of poor (15.6%-28.9%) for la seedlings and high (84.4%-91.1%) for 2a seedlings indicated that additional nitrogen fertilizer would not equal the benefits of an another year's growth in the nursery. Successful reforestation could not be fulfilled by la seedlings

  20. Evaluation of the effectiveness and efficiency of the triage emergency department nursing protocol for the management of pain

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    2017-10-01

    Full Text Available Loris Butti,1 Olga Bierti,1 Raffaela Lanfrit,1 Romina Bertolini,1 Sara Chittaro,1 Stefania Delli Compagni,1 Davide Del Russo,1 Rossella Letizia Mancusi,2 Franco Pertoldi1 1S.O.C. Emergency Medicine, AAS3 Ospedale Sant’Antonio di San Daniele del Friuli, 2C.R.E.A. Sanità, University of Tor Vergata, Rome, Italy Introduction: Pain is a common symptom presented in the emergency department (ED although it is often underestimated, poorly evaluated and treated. The application of a protocol for timely pain management ensured by the nurse can avoid the delays in the analgesic treatment and improve the patient’s quality of waiting.Aims: To check the effectiveness and efficiency of the protocol aimed at early pain management in triage, active in our ED. In particular, the response to analgesic treatment was evaluated 60 minutes after the administration and at discharge. Patient satisfaction was also evaluated using two anonymous questionnaires both at discharge and 48 hours later via telephone.Methods: A single-center, observational study was conducted on a prospective cohort of patients (aged ≥4 years with a pain symptom at admission in ED with no surgical picture.Results: In the observation period (June 2015–May 2016, 382 patients were enrolled, and of these, 312 (84.8% accepted pain therapy during triage stage in the ED. In 97.4% of the cases, orosoluble paracetamol 1000 mg was administered. In the re-evaluation done 60 minutes later, 65.9% of the patients showed a reduction of at least 2 points on Numeric Rating Scale (NRS, equal to a mean reduction of 2.24 points (95% CI: 2.03–2.45. The mean time of analgesia intake was equal to 5.9 minutes (95% CI: 3.8–8.1. In the re-evaluation done at discharge, 33.2% of the patients showed a reduction of NRS score >50%, leading to a mean reduction of 39% (95% CI: 35.3%−41.9%. The level of patient satisfaction was high with a mean value >9 points (maximum satisfaction =10.Conclusion: This protocol

  1. Results of the round table "Impact of natural and man-made hazards on urban areas"

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    Bostenaru-Dan, Maria; Olga Gociman, Cristina; Hostiuc, Constantin; Mihaila, Marina; Gheorghe (Popovici), Diana Alexandra; Anghelache, Mirela Adriana; Dutu, Andreea; Tascu-Stavre, Miroslav

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    On Thursday the 6th of November a round table was organised at the Centre of Architectural and Urban Studies of the "Ion Mincu" University of Architecture and Urban Planning on the topic of this session. It included a review of the previous editions, and an outlook to the edition this year. We shared publications, and a publication is in work from the round table itself. The series of round tables at the Centre of Architectural and Urban Studies is an innitiative of Constantin Hostiuc, the secretary general of the centre. This round table was organised by Maria Bostenaru Dan, and moderated by Cristina Olga Gociman, who currently runs a project on a related topic. From the various ways to approach the effects of hazards, up to the disatrous ones, on urban areas, we consider the most suitable the approach to the impact. From the point of view of natural sciences and of the engineering ones this was approached a number of times, and newly social sciences are included as well. The role of planning and design for a better prevention, and even post-disaster intervention is ignored many times though. The goal of the round table was to bring together multidisciplinary approaches (architecture, urban planning, seismology, geography, structural engineering, ecology, communication sciences, art history) on a problem set from this point of view. Discussed topics were: 1. Assessment and mapping methods of the impact of natural hazards on urban areas (preventive, postdisaster) 2. Visualisation and communication techniques of the assessed impact, including GIS, internet, 3D 3. Strategies for the reduction of the impact of natural hazards on urban areas 4. Suitable methods of urban design for the mitigation of the effects of disasters in multihazard case 5. Partnership models among the involved actors in the decision process for disaster mitigaton 6. Urban planning instruments for risc management strategies (ex. master plan) 7. Lessons learned from the relationship between hazard

  2. An in vitro model of renal inflammation after ischemic oxidative stress injury: nephroprotective effects of a hyaluronan ester with butyric acid on mesangial cells

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    Baraldi O

    2017-09-01

    Full Text Available Olga Baraldi,1 Francesca Bianchi,2,3 Viola Menghi,1 Andrea Angeletti,1 Anna Laura Croci Chiocchini,1 Maria Cappuccilli,1 Valeria Aiello,1 Giorgia Comai,1 Gaetano La Manna1 1Department of Experimental, Diagnostic and Specialty Medicine, Nephrology, Dialysis and Renal Transplant Unit, Sant’Orsola-Malpighi Hospital, University of Bologna, Bologna, 2Stem Wave Institute for Tissue Healing, Gruppo Villa Maria Care & Research – Ettore Sansavini Health Science Foundation, Lugo, Ravenna, 3National Institute of Biostructures and Biosystems at the Department of Experimental, Diagnostic and Specialty Medicine, Sant’Orsola-Malpighi Hospital, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy Background: Acute kidney injury, known as a major trigger for organ fibrosis and independent predictor of chronic kidney disease, is characterized by mesangial cell proliferation, inflammation and unbalance between biosynthesis and degradation of extracellular matrix. Therapeutic approaches targeting the inhibition of mesangial cell proliferation and matrix expansion may represent a promising opportunity for the treatment of kidney injury. An ester of hyaluronic acid and butyric acid (HB has shown vasculogenic and regenerative properties in renal ischemic-damaged tissues, resulting in enhanced function recovery and minor degree of inflammation in vivo. This study evaluated the effect of HB treatment in mesangial cell cultures exposed to H2O2-induced oxidative stress.Materials and methods: Lactate dehydrogenase release and caspase-3 activation were measured using mesangial cells prepared from rat kidneys to assess necrosis and apoptosis. Akt and p38 phosphorylation was analyzed to identify the possible mechanism underlying cell response to HB treatment. The relative expressions of matrix metallopeptidase 9 (MPP-9 and collagen type 1 alpha genes were also analyzed by quantitative real-time polymerase chain reaction. Cell proliferation rate and viability were measured using

  3. Review of music: Forgotten musical magazine of inter-war Belgrade

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    Vasić Aleksandar

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available The monthly magazine Review of Music was published six times in Belgrade from January to June 1940. Each edition comprised thirty-two pages, half of which were devoted to a sheet-music supplement, popular compositions of the time for voice and piano. Review of Music published 222 articles and scores in total. The aim of the magazine was to popularise classical music, but it also encompassed jazz, films and film music, theatre, literature, fashion, and even sport. Review of Music was different from all other Serbian inter-war music magazines, not only because of its wide range of topics, but also because it published anonymous articles, probably taken from other sources, but it is not known from where. This study analyses the articles about classical music in Review of Music. In several short chapters the author presents the concept of the magazine, its genre structure, themes addressed, and the style of its music writers. Selected examples show that article authors tended to exploit elements of narrative (with an emphasis on impressive details, humour, and moral teaching. The authors also especially emphasized the neutral attitude of Review of Music towards contemporary music, although the magazine published different views of contemporary composers concerning the aesthetics of modern music. Review of Music started four months after Germany invaded Poland. However, in the journal references to social and political events are non-existant. The journal seems to have been interested only in culture and the arts. However, the author of this study presents examples in which the political circumstances of the time can be perceived. One of these examples is the visit of the Frankfurt Opera House to Belgrade in 1940. That extraordinary cultural event was attended by Prince Paul Karađorđević and Princess Olga, the Yugoslav Prime Minister, and almost all other government ministers. In this news, any authority on the political situation of the time

  4. Relative cost-effectiveness of an extensively hydrolyzed casein formula containing the probiotic Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG in managing infants with cow's milk allergy in Italy

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    Guest JF

    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available Julian F Guest,1,2 Monica Panca,1 Olga Ovcinnikova,1 Rita Nocerino3 1CATALYST Health Economics Consultants, Northwood, Middlesex, UK; 2Faculty of Life Sciences and Medicine, King's College, London, UK; 3Department of Translational Medical Science, Pediatric Section, University of Naples 'Federico II', Naples, Italy Objective: To estimate the cost-effectiveness of using an extensively hydrolyzed casein formula (eHCF containing the probiotic Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG, (eHCF + LGG; Nutramigen LGG as first-line management for cow's milk allergy (CMA compared with eHCF alone, soy-based formulae (SBF, hydrolyzed rice formulae (HRF, and amino acid formulae (AAF in Italy, from the perspective of the Italian National Health Service (INHS and parents. Methods: Decision modeling was used to estimate the probability of infants developing tolerance to cow's milk by 18 months, based on an observational study dataset. The model also estimated the cost (at 2012/2013 prices of health care resource use funded by the INHS and formulae paid for by parents over 18 months after starting a formula, as well as the relative cost-effectiveness of each of the formulae. Results: The probability of developing tolerance to cow's milk by 18 months was higher among infants with either IgE-mediated or non-IgE-mediated allergy who were fed eHCF + LGG compared to those fed one of the other formulae. The total health care cost of initially feeding infants with eHCF + LGG was less than that of feeding infants with one of the other formulae. Hence, eHCF + LGG affords the greatest value for money to both the INHS and parents of infants with either IgE-mediated or non-IgE-mediated CMA. Conclusion: Using eHCF + LGG instead of eHCF, SBF, HRF, or an AAF for first-line management of newly diagnosed infants with CMA in Italy affords a cost-effective use of publicly funded resources, and is cost-effective from the parents' perspective, since it improves outcome for less cost. A randomized

  5. Cost-effectiveness of using an extensively hydrolyzed casein formula plus the probiotic Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG compared to an extensively hydrolyzed formula alone or an amino acid formula as first-line dietary management for cow’s milk allergy in the US

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    Ovcinnikova O

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    Full Text Available Olga Ovcinnikova,1 Monica Panca,1 Julian F Guest1,2 1CATALYST Health Economics Consultants, Northwood, London, 2Faculty of Life Sciences and Medicine, King’s College, London, UK Objectives: The aim was to estimate the cost-effectiveness of using an extensively hydrolyzed casein formula (eHCF plus the probiotic Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG (eHCF + LGG; Nutramigen LGG compared to an eHCF alone (Nutramigen and an amino acid formula (AAF; Neocate as first-line dietary management for cow’s milk allergy (CMA in the US. Methods: Using a cohort study design, the analysis was based on the case records of 136 eHCF-fed, 59 eHCF + LGG-fed, and 217 matched AAF-fed infants extracted from the Truven Health MarketScan® Commercial Claims Database (a nationally representative database of the commercially insured population of the US. Clinical outcomes and health care resource use (with corresponding costs at 2012 prices, following first-line dietary management with each formula, were estimated over 12 months from the start of feeding. Differences in infants’ outcomes and resource use between groups were adjusted for any differences in baseline covariates. Results: Infants were <6 months of age at presentation. Fifty-six percent of eHCF + LGG-fed infants were estimated to have been successfully managed by 9 months compared to 38% of eHCF-fed infants and 35% of AAF-fed infants (P<0.05 and P=0.003 respectively. Infants in the AAF group used significantly more health care resources and prescribed drugs than infants in the other two groups. The estimated cost of managing a CMA infant over the first 12 months following the start of feeding was $3,577, $3,781, and $6,255 for an eHCF + LGG-fed, eHCF-fed, and AAF-fed infant, respectively. Parents’ costs accounted for up to 10% of the total costs and the remainder was incurred by insurers. The analyses were robust to plausible changes in all variables. Conclusion: Using real world evidence, initial dietary

  6. BARBIE®: AN IRONIC IMAGERY IN TODAY’S CONSUMER CULTURE A Study on ‘Barbie® Flu’ in Odessa, Ukraine

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    Melania Shinta Harendika

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    Full Text Available Barbie® is one of the attention-grabbing American cultural products. In a consumer culture, in which popular heroes are no longer the mighty, but the movie stars and beautiful people of leisure (Featherstone, 1991, Barbie® plays an important role in constructing ones’ such new standards as youth, beauty, energy, fitness, romance, luxury, enjoyment, and fun. This new standards encourage others to imitate it, like what three girls in Odessa, Ukraine do – Anastasiya Shpagina, Valeria Lukyanova, and Olga Oleynik. This phenomenon is then famous with the name ‘Barbie® flu’. What is it about this doll that makes it such a phenomenon? What are the main factors that have allowed Barbie to dominate the doll market? Zygmunt Bauman’s theory of consumer culture and Stuart Hall’s theory of circuit of culture are implemented in this phenomenological study. In this study, furthermore, the data is gathered from such informative documents as research journals and samples of free writing about the topic. The result of this study shows that because of the mass production and consumption of Barbie®, such new identities of women appear as modern society’s eagerness to look better, younger, and more attractive. Behind its success in constructing social ideas of the new standards of women appearance, Barbie® actually holds a seamy side in which she promotes an unrealistic idea of body image for the three girls in Odessa, leading to several risks. This condition then creates a new regulation in which many people from the opposite side create new propaganda not to idolize Barbie® anymore. Beyond these contrary facts, Barbie® proves that the society, represented by the Barbie® flu girls, is being ‘trapped’ in a consumer culture, a culture in which everybody wants to be like their idols, whatever the condition is. Understanding American culture, i.e. Barbie®, is important to raise one’s awareness that cultural products can also present any

  7. Central aortic blood pressure, augmentation index, and reflected wave transit time: reproducibility and repeatability of data obtained by oscillometry

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    Full Text Available Olga A Ageenkova, Marina A Purygina Department of Therapy, Functional and Ultrasound Diagnostics, Postgraduate Training Faculty of Smolensk State Medical Academy, Smolensk, Russian Federation Background: The evidence suggests that arterial stiffness acts as an independent predictor of general as well as cardiovascular mortality, strokes in patients with arterial hypertension, type 2 diabetes mellitus in the elderly, and in the general population. The oscillometric method measures parameters of arterial stiffness by applying special methods of processing oscillograms. This is a study of the reproducibility and repeatability of central aortic systolic blood pressure (SBP, augmentation index, and reflected wave transit time measured by Vasotens® technology. Methods: Anthropometric and hemodynamic measurements for 90 volunteers were made by two observers using the 24-hour blood pressure monitoring system, BPLab®, with Vasotens technology in "office" mode, over a period of two days and always at the same time in the morning. Initialization of the device was performed prior to each measurement cycle for each participant. Results: Analysis of short-term repeatability and reproducibility data for central aortic systolic blood pressure, reflected wave transit time, and augmentation index did not reveal any statistically significant differences. For observer A, SBP was 0.11 ± 7.53 mmHg and aortic SBP was 0.26 ± 6.11 mmHg; for observer B, SBP was 0.14 ± 8.42 and aortic SBP was 0.2 ± 7.25 mmHg. Short-term reproducibility for the different observers with averaging of both measurements was 0.36 ± 5.69 mmHg for SBP and 0.37 ± 6.7 mmHg for aortic SBP; the next day, repeatability for observer A was 0.52 ± 10.7 mmHg for SBP and 0.73 ± 8.98 mmHg for aortic SBP. Conclusion: BPLab with Vasotens technology has good reproducibility and repeatability, and can be recommended for clinical vascular risk estimation. Keywords: arterial stiffness, central aortic

  8. Interventional tools to improve medication adherence: review of literature

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    Costa E

    2015-09-01

    Full Text Available Elísio Costa,1 Anna Giardini,2 Magda Savin,3 Enrica Menditto,4 Elaine Lehane,5 Olga Laosa,6 Sergio Pecorelli,7,8 Alessandro Monaco,7 Alessandra Marengoni9On behalf of the A1 Action group “Prescription and Adherence to Medical Plans”, European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing1UCIBIO, REQUIMTE, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Porto, Porto, Portugal; 2Psychology Unit, Salvatore Maugeri Foundation, IRCCS, Scientific Institute of Montescano (PV, Pavia, Italy; 3European Association of Pharmaceutical Full-line Wholesalers, Brussels, Belgium; 4CIRFF/Center of Pharmacoeconomics, School of Pharmacy, University of Naples FedericoII, Nápoles, Italy; 5Catherine McAuley School of Nursing and Midwifery, Brookfield Health Sciences Complex, University College Cork, Cork, Ireland; 6Centro de Investigación Clínica del Anciano Fundación para la Investigación Biomédica, Hospital Universitario de Getafe, Madrid, Spain; 7Italian Medicines Agency – AIFA, Rome, Italy; 8University of Brescia, Brescia, Italy; 9Department of Clinical and Experimental Science, University of Brescia, Brescia, Italy Abstract: Medication adherence and persistence is recognized as a worldwide public health problem, particularly important in the management of chronic diseases. Nonadherence to medical plans affects every level of the population, but particularly older adults due to the high number of coexisting diseases they are affected by and the consequent polypharmacy. Chronic disease management requires a continuous psychological adaptation and behavioral reorganization. In literature, many interventions to improve medication adherence have been described for different clinical conditions, however, most interventions seem to fail in their aims. Moreover, most interventions associated with adherence improvements are not associated with improvements in other outcomes. Indeed, in the last decades, the degree of nonadherence remained unchanged. In this work, we

  9. Energy Equation Derivation of the Oil-Gas Flow in Pipelines Dérivation de l’équation d’énergie de l’écoulement huile-gaz dans des pipelines

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    Duan J.M

    2012-09-01

    Full Text Available In the simulation of oil-gas pipeline multiphase flow, thermodynamic computation is an important process interacting with the hydraulic calculation and it influences the convergence of the program and the accuracy of the results. The form of the energy equation is the key to the thermodynamic computation. Based on the energy equation of oil-gas flow in pipeline, the Explicit Temperature Drop Formula (ETDF is derived for oilgas steady state temperature calculation. This new energy equation has considered many factors, such as Joule-Thomson effect, pressure work, friction work and impact of terrain undulation and heat transfer Oil & Gas Science and Technology – Rev. IFP Energies nouvelles with the surroundings along the line. So it is an overall form of energy equation, which could describe the actual fact of multiphase pipeline accurately. Therefore, some standpoints in literatures on the temperature calculation of oil-gas two-phase flow in pipelines are reviewed. Elimination of temperature iteration loop and integration of the explicit temperature equation, instead of enthalpy energy equation, into the conjugated hydraulic and thermal computation have been found to improve the efficiency of algorithm. The calculation applied to both the component model, also applied to the black-oil model. This model is incorporated into the component model and black-oil model, respectively, and two simulations are carried out with two practical pipeline Yingmai-Yaha and Lufeng multiphase pipeline and the temperature results are compared with the simulation calculated by the OLGA and the measured. It is shown that this model has simulated the temperature distribution very well. Finally, we analyzed the influence of the specific heat capacity of oil and gas on the temperature of the mixture of fluids and the influence of the Joule-Thomson effect on the temperature distribution on the pipeline. It is shown that the Joule-Thomson coefficient is a key factor to

  10. Profiling and targeting HER2-positive breast cancer using trastuzumab emtansine

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    Full Text Available Saeed Sadeghi, Olga Olevsky, Sara A Hurvitz Division of Hematology & Oncology, David Geffen School of Medicine, University of California, Los Angeles, CA, USA Purpose: This article reviews the mechanism of action of trastuzumab emtansine (T-DM1, existing clinical data relating to its use for human growth factor receptor 2 (HER2-positive breast cancer, potential pathways of resistance, and ongoing studies evaluating this novel agent.Background: The development of HER2-targeted therapies has dramatically improved clinical outcomes for patients with any stage of HER2-positive breast cancer. Although the positive effect of these treatments cannot be overstated, treatment resistance develops in the vast majority of those diagnosed with stage IV HER2-positive breast cancer. Moreover, HER2-directed therapies are most effective when combined with cytotoxic chemotherapy. The need for chemotherapy leads to significant adverse effects and a clear decrease in quality of life for those dealing with a chronic incurable disease. T-DM1 is a recently developed, novel antibody–drug conjugate in which highly potent maytanisinoid chemotherapy is stably linked to the HER2-targeted monoclonal antibody, trastuzumab.Results: Preclinical and phase 1–3 clinical data support the significant antitumor activity of T-DM1. Importantly, several randomized studies also now demonstrate its clear superiority in terms of tolerability compared with standard chemotherapy-containing regimens. Its role in the treatment of trastuzumab-resistant metastatic breast cancer has now been established on the basis of the results of two phase 3 randomized studies, EMILIA (An Open-label Study of Trastuzumab Emtansine (T-DM1 vs Capecitabine + Lapatinib in Patients With HER2-positive Locally Advanced or Metastatic Breast Cancer and TH3RESA (A Study of Trastuzumab Emtansine in Comparison With Treatment of Physician's Choice in Patients With HER2-positive Breast Cancer Who Have Received at Least

  11. Data-as-a-Service Platform for Delivering Healthy Lifestyle and Preventive Medicine: Concept and Structure of the DAPHNE Project.

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    Gibbons, Catherine; Bailador Del Pozo, Gonzalo; Andrés, Javier; Lobstein, Tim; Manco, Melania; Lewy, Hadas; Bergman, Einat; O'Callaghan, David; Doherty, Gavin; Kudrautseva, Olga; Palomares, Angel; Ram, Roni; Olmo, Alberto

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    /compliance is a particular issue with conventional weight loss regimes; DAPHNE aims to increase the individuals' awareness of their own behavior and fosters their accountability. The project has been funded and the research work has started. Results for the validation of the different components is due imminently. In contrast with previous existing solutions, the DAPHNE project tackles the obesity problem from a clinical point of view, designing the different interfaces for its use by patients (adults and children), physicians, and caregivers. A specific design for children and adolescent patients treated for obesity has been followed, guided by pediatric physicians at hospitals in Europe. The final clinical validation of the DAPHNE platform will be carried out in different European hospitals, testing the platform in both adolescents and adults. ©Catherine Gibbons, Gonzalo Bailador del Pozo, Javier Andrés, Tim Lobstein, Melania Manco, Hadas Lewy, Einat Bergman, David O'Callaghan, Gavin Doherty, Olga Kudrautseva, Angel Palomares, Roni Ram, Alberto Olmo. Originally published in JMIR Research Protocols (http://www.researchprotocols.org), 09.12.2016.

  12. Existing data sources in clinical epidemiology: the Scandinavian Thrombosis and Cancer Cohort

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    Full Text Available Hilde Jensvoll,1,2 Marianne T Severinsen,3,4 Jens Hammerstrøm,5 Sigrid K Brækkan,1,2 Søren R Kristensen,4,6 Suzanne C Cannegieter,7 Kristine Blix,1,2 Anne Tjønneland,8 Frits R Rosendaal,1,7,9 Olga Dziewiecka,1 Kim Overvad,10,11 Inger Anne Næss,12 John-Bjarne Hansen1,21Department of Clinical Medicine, KG Jebsen – Thrombosis Research and Expertise Center (TREC, UiT – The Arctic University of Norway, 2Division of Internal Medicine, University Hospital of North Norway, Tromsø, Norway; 3Department of Hematology, Aalborg University Hospital, 4Department of Clinical Medicine, Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark; 5Department of Cancer Research and Molecular Medicine, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway; 6Department of Clinical Biochemistry, Aalborg University Hospital, Aalborg, Denmark; 7Department of Clinical Epidemiology, Leiden University Medical Center, Leiden, the Netherlands; 8Diet, Genes and Environment, Danish Cancer Society Research Center, Copenhagen, Denmark; 9Department of Thrombosis and Hemostasis, Leiden University Medical Center, Leiden, the Netherlands; 10Department of Cardiology, Aalborg University Hospital, Aalborg, 11Department of Public Health, Section for Epidemiology, Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark; 12Department of Hematology, Trondheim University Hospital, Trondheim, NorwayBackground: Although venous thromboembolism (VTE is a known common complication in cancer patients, there is limited knowledge on patient-related and cancer-specific risk factors in the general population. The Scandinavian Thrombosis and Cancer (STAC Cohort was established by merging individual data from three large Scandinavian cohorts (The Tromsø Study, the second Nord-Trøndelag Health Study, and the Danish Diet, Cancer and Health Study. Here, we present the profile of the STAC cohort and provide age-specific incidence rates of VTE and cancerMethods: The STAC cohort includes 144,952 subjects aged 19–101 years

  13. Enhancing the health of women living with HIV: the SMART/EST Women's Project

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    Full Text Available Stephen M Weiss1, Jonathan N Tobin2, Michael Antoni1, Gail Ironson1, Mary Ishii1, Anita Vaughn2, Andrea Cassells2, Deborah Jones1, Neil Schneiderman1, Elizabeth Brondolo3, Arthur LaPerriere1, Maria Lopez1, Olga Villar-Loubet1, Joanne Camille2, Mahendra Kumar1, J Bryan Page1, SMART/EST Women's Project Team*1University of Miami, Miami, FL, USA; 2Clinical Directors Network, New York, NY, USA; 3St Johns University, Queens, NY, USA; *The SMART/EST Womens' Project Team: DeVieux J, Jean-Gilles M, Gousse Y, Alexander K, Bustamonte V, Lopez E, Casani J, Stanley H, Asthana D, Van Splunteren F, Goldstein A, Nasajon R, Wiesner Y, Zukerman M, Segal-Isaacson CJ, Romanowsky A, Masheb R, Coma C, Ubiera M, D'Andrea SM, Ittai N.Abstract: The principal objective of these multisite studies (Florida, New York, New Jersey: epicenters for human immunodeficiency virus [HIV] among women was to develop and implement effective combinations of behavioral interventions to optimize the health status of the most neglected and understudied population affected by the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS epidemic in the United States: poor women of color living with HIV. The two studies enrolled nearly 900 women randomly assigned to “high intensity” (cognitive–behavioral stress management training combined with expressive–supportive therapy [CBSM]+ group or “low intensity” (individual psychoeducational program treatment conditions over a period of 9 years. The initial study of the stress management and relaxation training/expressive–supportive therapy (SMART/EST Women's Project (SWP I focused on reducing depression and anxiety, as well as improving self-efficacy and overall quality of life for women with case-defined AIDS. Findings from this study demonstrated the utility of CBSM+ in reducing distress (depression, anxiety and denial, while improving social support, self-efficacy, coping skills, and quality of life. The second study (SWP II, which included all

  14. Electroconvulsive therapy and risk of dementia in patients with affective disorders: a cohort study.

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    Osler, Merete; Rozing, Maarten Pieter; Christensen, Gunhild Tidemann; Andersen, Per Kragh; Jørgensen, Martin Balslev

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    ratio [HR] 1·51, 95% CI 0·67-3·46, p=0·32; and 1·15, 0·91-1·47, p=0·22, respectively). In patients aged 70 years and older, ECT was associated with a decreased rate of dementia (0·68, 95% CI 0·58-0·80; pECT (subdistribution HR 0·98, 95% CI 0·76-1·26; p=0·24). ECT was not associated with risk of incidental dementia in patients with affective disorders after correcting for the potential effect of patient selection or competing mortality. The findings from this study support the continued use of ECT in patients with severe episodes of mood disorders, including those who are elderly. Danish Council for Independent Research, Danish Medical Research Council, the Velux Foundation, the Jascha Foundation, and the Doctor Sofus Carl Emil Friis and Olga Doris Friis grant. Copyright © 2018 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

  15. George Martin Baer, DVM, MPH, 1936-2009. The father of oral rabies vaccination

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    Paul E. Grunenwald, DVM, MSc

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    Full Text Available George Martin Baer, known for his development of the oral rabies vaccine instrumental in rabies control in Europe, died on 2 June 2009 at the age of 73 in Mexico City, Mexico. He was born on 12 January 1936 in London, England, to German immigrants who had fled Nazi Germany. His family emigrated to the United States in 1940 where he grew up in New Rochelle, New York.George had a love of animals, particularly horses, which may have influenced his career path. He earned an undergraduate degree in agricultural sciences in 1954 from Cornell University followed by a degree in veterinary medicine in 1959. He then went on to earn a master’s degree in public health in 1960 from the University of Michigan. During some time in Mexico, George met and fell in love with his wife, Maria Olga Lara. Thanks to James H. Steele, his long-time friend and mentor, he started his public health career with the Centers for Disease Control (CDC and was assigned to the New York State Health Department where he learned epidemiology and virology. He went on to work on bat rabies at the CDC’s Southwest Rabies Investigations Laboratory in New Mexico. From 1966 to 1969, he worked with the National Institute for Livestock Research (Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Pecuarias: INIP in Mexico and helped develop the Plan Derriengue to control paralytic bovine rabies which became the early work in the development of Mexico’s rabies control programmes. He returned to Atlanta in 1969 to direct the CDC Rabies Laboratory. There, he led a team of researchers in developing an oral rabies vaccine for wildlife, earning him the title ‘The Father of Oral Rabies Vaccination’. His text, The Natural History of Rabies, first published in 1975 and again in 1991, continues to be a definitive international reference for rabies control.After his retirement, George returned to Mexico and continued his research and training, working to develop not only public health programmes, but new

  16. Increased survival rate by local release of diclofenac in a murine model of recurrent oral carcinoma

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    Will OM

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    Full Text Available Olga Maria Will,1,* Nicolai Purcz,2,* Athena Chalaris,3 Carola Heneweer,4,5 Susann Boretius,1 Larissa Purcz,2 Lila Nikkola,6 Nureddin Ashammakhi,6 Holger Kalthoff,7 Claus-Christian Glüer,1 Jörg Wiltfang,2 Yahya Açil,2 Sanjay Tiwari1 1Section Biomedical Imaging, Clinic for Radiology and Neuroradiology, MOIN CC, 2Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, University Hospital Schleswig-Holstein, 3Institute of Biochemistry, Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, 4Clinic for Radiology and Neuroradiology, University Hospital Schleswig-Holstein, Kiel, 5Institute for Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology, University Hospital Cologne, Cologne, Germany; 6Department of Biomedical Engineering, Tampere University of Technology, Tampere, Finland; 7Institute for Experimental Cancer Research, University Hospital Schleswig-Holstein, Kiel, Germany *These authors contributed equally to this work Abstract: Despite aggressive treatment with radiation and combination chemotherapy following tumor resection, the 5-year survival rate for patients with head and neck cancer is at best only 50%. In this study, we examined the therapeutic potential of localized release of diclofenac from electrospun nanofibers generated from poly(d,l-lactide-co-glycolide polymer. Diclofenac was chosen since anti-inflammatory agents that inhibit cyclooxygenase have shown great potential in their ability to directly inhibit tumor growth as well as suppress inflammation-mediated tumor growth. A mouse resection model of oral carcinoma was developed by establishing tumor growth in the oral cavity by ultrasound-guided injection of 1 million SCC-9 cells in the floor of the mouth. Following resection, mice were allocated into four groups with the following treatment: 1 no treatment, 2 implanted scaffolds without diclofenac, 3 implanted scaffolds loaded with diclofenac, and 4 diclofenac given orally. Small animal ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging were utilized for longitudinal

  17. Implementation of the Enhanced Moderated Online Social Therapy (MOST+) Model Within a National Youth E-Mental Health Service (eheadspace): Protocol for a Single Group Pilot Study for Help-Seeking Young People.

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    Rice, Simon; Gleeson, John; Leicester, Steven; Bendall, Sarah; D'Alfonso, Simon; Gilbertson, Tamsyn; Killackey, Eoin; Parker, Alexandra; Lederman, Reeva; Wadley, Greg; Santesteban-Echarri, Olga; Pryor, Ingrid; Mawren, Daveena; Ratheesh, Aswin; Alvarez-Jimenez, Mario

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    using MOST+. Recruitment for the study commenced in October 2017. We expect to have initial results in March 2018, with more detailed qualitative and quantitative analyses to follow. This is the first Australia-wide research trial to pilot an online social media platform merging real-time clinical support, expert and peer moderation, interactive online therapy, and peer-to-peer social networking. The importance of the project stems from the need to develop innovative new models for the efficient delivery of responsive evidence-based online support to help-seeking young people. If successful, this research stands to complement and enhance e-mental health services in Australia. ©Simon Rice, John Gleeson, Steven Leicester, Sarah Bendall, Simon D'Alfonso, Tamsyn Gilbertson, Eoin Killackey, Alexandra Parker, Reeva Lederman, Greg Wadley, Olga Santesteban-Echarri, Ingrid Pryor, Daveena Mawren, Aswin Ratheesh, Mario Alvarez-Jimenez. Originally published in JMIR Research Protocols (http://www.researchprotocols.org), 22.02.2018.

  18. Efficacy of a self-management plan in exacerbations for patients with advanced COPD

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    Full Text Available Juan Miguel Sánchez-Nieto,1,2 Rubén Andújar-Espinosa,3 Roberto Bernabeu-Mora,1,2 Chunshao Hu,1 Beatriz Gálvez-Martínez,1 Andrés Carrillo-Alcaraz,1 Carlos Federico Álvarez-Miranda,3 Olga Meca-Birlanga,1 Eva Abad-Corpa4 1Division of Pneumology, Hospital Morales Meseguer, 2University of Murcia, 3Division of Pneumology, Hospital Arrixaca, Murcia, 4Department of Professional Development Unit, Murcia, Spain Background: Self-management interventions improve different outcome variables in various chronic diseases. Their role in COPD has not been clearly established. We assessed the efficacy of an intervention called the self-management program on the need for hospital care due to disease exacerbation in patients with advanced COPD.Methods: Multicenter, randomized study in two hospitals with follow-up of 1 year. All the patients had severe or very severe COPD, and had gone to either an accident and emergency (A&E department or had been admitted to a hospital at least once in the previous year due to exacerbation of COPD. The intervention consisted of a group education session on the main characteristics of the disease, an individual training session on inhalation techniques, at the start and during the 3rd month, and a written action plan containing instructions for physical activity and treatment for stable phases and exacerbations. We determined the combined number of COPD-related hospitalizations and emergency visits per patient per year. Secondary endpoints were number of patients with visits to A&E and the number of patients hospitalized because of exacerbations, use of antibiotics and corticosteroids, length of hospital stay, and all-cause mortality.Results: After 1 year, the rate of COPD exacerbations with visits to A&E or hospitalization had decreased from 1.37 to 0.89 (P=0.04 and the number of exacerbations dropped from 52 to 42 in the group of patients who received the intervention. The numbers of patients hospitalized, at 19 (40

  19. Ochrona kultury narodowej w koncepcjach współczesnej prawicy narodowej w Polsce

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    Grzegorz Radomski

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    Full Text Available Protection of natural culture in concepts of the contemporary National Right Wing in Poland In the centre of the system of values of the National Right Wing which revived after 1989 there are still nation, family and religion. The nation as community of culture is in opinion of the said parties exposed to dangers. The main risks are in their opinion as follows: cosmopolitism, Communist ideology, individualism, liberalism; secularization.In Poland, such ideas are, in the opinion of the National Right Wing, propagated by the liberal and post-communist circles. In the beginning they demanded that the communist activists are brought to justice. Some columnists refer to antisemitism. They perceive also the fall of the literary output. They assess critically the novels of Czesław Miłosz, Stanisław Barańczak or Olga Tokarczuk. Similar assessments regard the works of Polish historians. As preventive measures the following is mentioned: appropriate educational activity, statutory protection of national heritage, broadening of Catholicism, promotion of national culture. They attach great importance to the national branding. Its components are history, language, political regime, architecture, literature, art, religion, icons landscape, music. They would probably accept the opinion of Michael Porter: “Many contemporary discussions of international competition stress global homogenization and a diminished role for nations. But, in truth, national differences are at the heart of competitive success.”   Ochrona kultury narodowej w koncepcjach współczesnej prawicy narodowej w Polsce W centrum systemu wartości odrodzonego po 1989 roku ruchu narodowego pozostają naród, rodzina i religia. Naród, traktowany jako wspólnota kultury, narażony jest w ocenie wspominanych wyżej środowisk na liczne zagrożenia. Za najgroźniejsze uznają one: kosmopolityzm, ideologię komunistyczną, indywidualizm, liberalizm, sekularyzację. W Polsce wspomniane idee

  20. Environmental Project of I.E.S. Antoni Maura

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    Crespi Salom, Pere

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    Environmental Project of I.E.S. Antoni Maura Author(s): Pere Crespí i Salom Teacher of Department of Biology and Geology and Environmental Coordinator (2009-2010) from I.E.S. Antoni Maura . Mallorca. Illes Balears. Spain Teachers participating in the project : Myriam Fuentes Milani, Olga Ballester Nebot, Antoni Salom Ruiz, Julio René Loayza Casanova, Puy Aguirre Rémirez, Yolanda Martínez Laserna, Jaume Puppo Lama, Carme Arrom , Dolors Aguiló Segura, Marga Ordinas Boter, Angel Fernàndez Albertí , Immaculada Suau López, Antònia Florit Torrandell, Isabel Mateu Arcos, Román Piña Valls i Pere Crespí Salom. Our institute takes part since 2004 in adapting environmentally the schools in the Balearics which consists of developing activities which aim is that both teachers and students acquire habits so as to apply to their ordinary lives though different participative commissions ( 10-15 teachers): 1st commission: recycling and reusing materials. Enough bins in the classrooms and floors: yellow for plastic, blue for paper, and green for the other. We tend to use recycled materials in different celebrations such as Carnival, Christmas, Saint Jordi and Environmental day. We also organise workshops for the teachers to develop afterwards with the students and nature of environmental exposures. 2nd commission: Scatter information ( MonMaura, Maurifull, Green window and website).Throughout different means we inform the teachers and students about all the school activities and where to consult.( www.iesantonimaura.net, Playful area , environmental project ). 3rd commission: Reusing text books.( there is a students service of borrowing books and giving them back at the end of the school year if the book is in good use.) 4th commission: Improving the school surroundings, the back garden and garden with native plants. Department of Biology and Geology is responsible for caring for an organic garden and in turn improve the center's garden with native plants within the

  1. trash epoch

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    Elena Grigoryeva

    2012-02-01

    . Japan processes 96% of waste, Germany 95%, Poland 16%, Russia only 5%. At this moment the territory of Russia has accumulated 100 billion tons of garbage – there is scarcely any deposit of such a large scale. Waste recycling plants are a vital task for today’s and tomorrow’s architecture (102–105.The architecture itself is no longer designed for centuries. The green standards contain such an essential item as engineering redesign for dismantled or demolished structures. Instead of the philosophical principle “my house is my fortress”, the impermanence is on the agenda today. A house, like a short-life packing or tomorrow’s garbage, is now under the statement of the problem.This issue returns to its regular sections. In the HERITAGE section there is an article by our American contributor Brian Spencer (124–129; and a debut of Fabio Todeschini, Professor from South Africa (130–136. In the LANDSCAPE section we start publishing a series of articles by Olga Smirnova (142–147, a Krasnoyarsk architect, poet and traveler…

  2. Key mechanisms of metabolic changes in mountain pine and larch under drought in the Swiss National Park

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    Churakova, Olga; Bigler, Christof; Bryukhanova, Marina; Siegwolf, Rolf

    2014-05-01

    intrinsic water use efficiency. Carbon isotopes ratios of specific sugar compounds such as sucrose, raffinose, fructose, ribose and pinitol in needle and wood samples will help to evaluate the impact of drought on the carbohydrate balance and carbon allocation. Analyzing the oxygen isotopic compositions of soil water, sap water (water in branches) and precipitation we will determine the role of the different water sources for tree growth under drought conditions. The proposed work will provide a unique opportunity to assess the survival potential of mountain pine and larch trees exposed to drought that will help to estimate risks of modern climatic changes and forest damage. This project was supported by Marie Heim-Vögtlin Programme PMPDP2_145507/1 granted to Olga Churakova (Sidorova). References: Allen CD et al. (2010) A global overview of drought and heat-induced tree mortality reveals emerging climate change risks for forests Forest Ecology and Management 259:660-684 Bigler C, Rigling A (2013) Precision and accuracy of tree-ring-based death dates of mountain pines in the Swiss National Park. Trees - Structure and Function. 27: 1703-1712 CH 2011 Swiss Climate Change Scenarios CH2011. In. C2SM, MeteoSwiss, ETH, NCCR Climate, and OcCC, p 88

  3. Prevalence of geriatric syndromes among people aged 65 years and older at four community clinics in Moscow

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    Tkacheva ON

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    Full Text Available Olga N Tkacheva,1 Nadezda K Runikhina,1 Valentina S Ostapenko,1 Natalia V Sharashkina,1 Elen A Mkhitaryan,1,2 Julia S Onuchina,1 Sergei N Lysenkov,1,3 Nikolai N Yakhno,2 Yan Press4–6 1Pirogov Russian National Medical University, The Russian Clinical Research Center for Gerontology, Moscow, Russia; 2Neurology Department, Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University, Moscow, Russia; 3Department of Evolution, Faculty of Biology, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia; 4Department of Family Medicine, Siaal Research Center for Family Medicine and Primary Care, Faculty of Health Sciences, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer-Sheva, Israel; 5Yasski Clinic, Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment Unit, Clalit Health Services, Beer-Sheva, Israel; 6Unit for Community Geriatrics, Division of Health in the Community, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer-Sheva, Israel Background: Geriatric syndromes (GSs are common in older adults and have a significant effect on their quality of life, disability, and use of health care resources. Few studies have assessed the prevalence of GSs in Russia. The aim of this study is to assess the prevalence of GSs among older adults living in the community in Moscow. Methods: A cross-sectional study was conducted in four community clinics in Moscow. A total of 1,220 patients completed a screening questionnaire, and 356 of them also underwent a comprehensive geriatric assessment (CGA. Results: The mean age of the 1,220 participants was 74.9±6.1 years; 75.5% were women. Based on the questionnaire, 58.3% reported visual or hearing impairment, 58.2% cognitive impairment, 46% mood disorder, 42% difficulty walking, 28.3% urinary incontinence, 21.3% traumatic falls (over the previous year, and 12.2% weight loss. The mean number of GSs per patient was 2.9±1.5. Based on CGA, a decline in Instrumental Activity of Daily Living score was identified in 34.8% of the patients, a risk of malnutrition (Mini

  4. EDITORIAL: XIII Mexican Workshop on Particles and Fields

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    Barranco, Juan; Contreras, Guillermo; Delepine, David; Napsuciale, Mauro

    2012-08-01

    Electroweak and Flavor Physics in whose classification we had Quark masses and mixing, Electroweak Symmetry Breaking, Heavy Quark Physics, Neutrinos, CP Violation, CKM and Rare Decays. The working group for this topic was formed by David Delepine, Lorenzo Díaz, Gerardo Herrera and Olga Félix Beltrán. The three topics included invited talks dedicated to reviewing theoretical and experimental aspects of the corresponding topic. We had also plenary topical sessions during the mornings and early afternoons and parallel thematic sessions were held late in the afternoons. The reviews sessions were delivered by invited speakers of international prestige on the corresponding subjects and having an active collaboration with the Mexican scientific community. The plenary topical sessions and parallel thematic sessions were given by active researchers both from abroad and working in México. The program included also a permanent poster session and the organizing committee awarded the best poster - a decision made by the three working groups - with a silver medal. On Sunday 23 October, we had an excursion to the ancient archaeological site of Plazuelas near Penjamo (Guanajuato). Plazuelas is a prehispanic archaeological site located just north of San Juan el Alto, some 2.7 kilometers north of federal highway 90 (Penjamo-Guadalajara), and about 11 kilometers west of the city of Penjamo in the state of Guanajuato, Mexico. The site has been recently opened to the public. This site is a very complex city, it was edified following the natural landscape surrounding it. This city was occupied between 600 and 900 a.C. After spending some time at this very interesting archaeological site, we went to Hacienda Corralejo, an hacienda where Tequila Corralejo is produced and we had a guided visit of the 'Tequilera' where the famous Corralejo blue bottle of Tequila is made. Hacienda Corralejo is very close to the orginal Hacienda where Miguel Hidalgo (a Mexican independence hero) was born which now

  5. The possibility of life proliferation from Enceladus

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    Czechowski, Leszek

    2016-04-01

    with the radius 9.5 AU to an orbit with the radius 1 AU for the grains of density 1000 kg m-3 and radius of 10 μm is ˜650 000 yr. For large grains (e.g. ˜1 m) other processes, like Yarkovsky effect, could be more effective than the Poynting-Robertson effect. The larger grains give better protection against the radiation. Decelaration in the upper atmosphere. Small ratio of mass of the considered particles to their cross section makes possible to decelerate them in upper atmospheres of terrestrial planets without substantial increase of temperature - e.g. [7]. During deceleration of larger bodies the dissipation of heat could be high, but cooling effect of ablation would reduce the temperature. The proposed mission to Enceladus (Enceladus Life Finder [8]) could solve the considered here problem. Note, that if the life in the Solar System has the common origin then Enceladus is "a better cradle" than the Earth, because high gravity and dense atmosphere makes the proliferation of terrestrial life rather difficult. References: [1] Russell, M. J., Hall, A. J., And Martin W. (2010). Geobiology (2010), 8, 355-371. [2] Izawa M.R.M. et al. (2010). Planet. Space Sci. 58, 583-591. [3] Abramov, O., Mojzsis, S.J., (2011) Icarus 213, 273-279. [4] Czechowski, L. (2014) Planet. Sp. Sc. 104, 185-199. [5] Czechowski, L. (2014). Enceladus, a cradle of life of the Solar System. Presented in EGU 2014, Vienna. [6] Czechowski, L. (2014) Enceladus as a place of origin of the life in the Solar System. - submitted. [7] Pater (de), I, and Lissauer J.J., (2001). Planetary Sciences, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, pp. 528. [8] Wainwright, M., Wickramasinghe N. Ch., Rose, Ch. E., Baker, A. J., (2014). Astrobiology & Outreach, [8] Lunine, J.I.; Waite, J.H.; Postberg, F.; Spilker, L. (2015). 46th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference.

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    Gary J. Burkholder

    2016-03-01

    Full Text Available In 2016, Higher Learning Research Communication (HLRC celebrates its 6-year anniversary. The journal is a collaborative effort amongst Universidad Andrés Bello (Chile, Universidad Europea de Madrid (Spain, Istanbul Bilgi University (Turkey, and Walden University (United States. These four institutions started this journal to provide scholarly focus on international research in higher education, teaching and learning, education policy and practice, and internationalization.  It was important that the journal be open access, so that everyone could have immediate and unrestricted access to the latest research.  It was also important that the journal be multilingual; we have accepted manuscripts for review in Brazilian Portuguese, European Portuguese, Latin American Spanish, European Spanish, and English. The language capacity of the staff is truly amazing.   As I begin my first year as Chief Editor, I have had the time to reflect on the many accomplishments of HLRC. HLRC has published 88 essays, articles, lections, book reviews, and editorials. Several special issues have been published, including Accreditation (2012; Tourism, Hospitality and Leisure in a Globalized World (2012; Selected Papers from the International Conference on Teaching and Learning (2013; International Perspectives on Retention (2014; and English Medium Instruction (EMI and Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL (2015. We have been fortunate to have essays by scholars such as Drummond Bone, Internationalization (2011; Bill Plater, Quality Assurance (2013; Rogerio Meneghini, Scielo and Open Access Journals (2013; Watson Swail, A Different Viewpoint on Student Retention (2014; and Gonzalo Fernandez-Sanchez, María Olga Bernaldo, Ana Castillejo, and Ana María Manzanero, Education for Sustainable Development in Higher Education: State-of-the-art, Barriers, and Challenges (2014. I greatly appreciate the breadth of scholarship on the latest higher education practices and

  7. Editorial

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    . Orlov Paolo Paolicchi Paul Paquet Genadij I. Pinigin Sylvie Sahal-Brechot Dan Selaru N. D. Simonenko Eduardo Simonneau A. Shul'ga Magdalena Stavinschi Cristina Stoica T. I. Suchkova Emil Tatomir Svetlana A. Tolchelnikova-Muri V. I. Turenkov Margarita Yu. Volyanskaya A. Yu. Yacenko Vincento Zappala G. Zhen-Nian We are grateful to these authors for having chosen our journal, thereby conferring on the Serbian Astronomical Journal an international standing. This is also a suitable opportunity to thank the numerous referees who contributed to our Journal being better. During this period the referees officially registered (a number of them, mainly belonging to the editorial boards, remain unregistered) have been (in Brackets is the number of papers they reviewed): Trajko Angelov (11) Jelisaveta Arsenijevic (4) Olga Atanackovic-Vukmanovic (4) Milutin Blagojevic (1) Markyan S. Chubey (1) B. Ciric (2) Miodrag Dacic (2) Milan S. Dimitrijevic (43) Gojko Djurasevic (1) B. Djuric (1) Dragutin Djurovic (5) Stevica Djurovic (3) Petar Grujic (5) Slobodan Jankov (1) Zoran Knezevic (7) Nikola Konjevic (6) Vladimir Krsljanin (2) Aleksandar Kubicela (12) Mike Kuzmanoski (10) Jaroslav Labat (1) Jovan Lazovic (1) Ilija Lukacevic (5) Jovan Malisic (1) Milan Mijatov (1) Jelena Milogradov-Turin (2) Vladeta Milovanovic (6) Ljubisa Mitic (22) Radovan Mrkic (1) Ranko Muzijevic (4) Slobodan Ninkovic (30) Dragomir Olevic (3) Nada Pejovic (1) Georgije Popovic (18) Luka C. Popovic (12) Sofija Sadzakov (28) Jovan Simovljevic (7) Nicholas Spyrou (1) Bozidar Stanic (1) Miroljub Starcevic (1) S. Starcevic (1) Magdalena Stavinschi (1) Dragoljub Stefanovic (1) Dusan Saletic (9) Stevo Segan (1) Branislav Sevarlic (16) Djordje Teleki (10) Istvan Vince (42) Mirjana Vukicevic-Karabin (1) Vincento Zappala (1) Danilo Zulevic (2) In our register, in which M.S.D. began entering the submitted articles from January 1st, 1984, up to now, 455 of them are inscribed. A part of them has been published in Publications of

  8. Romanian Association of Balneology Conference – 2015, 28 – 31 May, Băile Tuşnad

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    Full Text Available 1.\tProf. Onose G, MD, PhD, MSc, Univ. Assist. Haras MA, MD, PhD, Prof. Sinescu CJ, MD, PhD1,2, Univ. Assist. Daia CO, MD, PhD1,2, RDI Assist. Andone I, MD, Postgrad2, Onose VL, MD,3, Assist. Prof. Capisizu A, MD, PhD1,4, Prof. Grigorean VT, MD, PhD1,2, Assoc. Prof. Ciobotaru C, MD, PhD5,6, Sandu AM, MD, Postgrad.2, Assist. Prof. Blendea CD, MD, PhD7, 8 - BASIC WELLNESS FEATURES AND SOME RELATED ACTIONS, PROPENSIVE INCLUDING FOR ACTIVE AND HEALTHY AGEING - 2.\tOlga SURDU, T.V. SURDU, Monica SURDU - STATE OF ART of balneotherapy/thermalisme in Romania 3.\tIliuta Maria Alexandra - THE IMPORTANCE OF NUTRITION IN HEALTH PROGRAMS 4.\tDr. Dogaru Gabriela - THERAPEUTIC EFFECTS OF MINERAL WATERS IN RENAL DISEASES 5.\tVeryho N.S. - THERAPEUTIC EFFECT OF MINERAL WATER WITH DIFFERENT CONCENTRATIONS OF HUMIC ACIDS IN EXPERIMENTAL HEPATITIS INDUCED BY ACETAMINOPHEN 6.\tIoana Marian - SPA SEEN AS AN EXTENSION OF A HEALTH RESORT - A NECESSARY CONDITION FOR INTEGRATING ROMANIA IN THE LIST OF GLOBAL WELLNESS TOURISM DESTINATIONS 7.\tBilha Neli-Claudia, Bilha Stefan - THE BALNEARY TREATMENT COURSE – A BREATH OF LIFE 8.\tBilha Neli-Claudia, Bilha Stefan - WICH SALT MINE DO YOU RECOMMEND FOR SPELEOTHERAPY? Interdisciplinary project proposal. 9.\tGáspár Boróka, Gabriela Dogaru - BALNEOTHERAPY IN THE BOGHIŞ RESORT 10.\tDr. Luminita Aurelia Pasca - REHABILITATION OF ELDERLY PATIENTS WITH CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE 11.\tDr. Luminita Aurelia Pasca, Dr. Valer Donca - GEROVITAL – PROPHYLAXIS OF AGING AND GERIATRIC TREATMENT 12.\tAndronache Cristina - IMPORTANCE OF REHABILITATION TREATMENT IN HEMOPHILIC ARTHROPATHY – A CASE REPORT 13.\tDr. Motricala Marieta, Molnar Akos - BALNEOTHERAPY IN BAILE TUSNAD 14.\tIoana Pop, Bianca Pop - MEDICAL REHABILITATION IN NEUROPATHIC PAIN 15.\tAmalia Salca¹, Nicoleta Stoica1, Gabriela Dogaru¹,² - BALNEOTHERAPY IN GONARTHROSIS 16.\tAlexandru Bogdan-Cătălin, Toşa Edith-Éva - USING PULSED SHORT WAVE (DIAPULSE COMPLEMENTARY TO

  9. Argonne National Laboratory summary site environmental report for calendar year 2007.

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    the outline, partners divided work equally and began to carefully summarize. Groups summaries were edited, not only within groups, but also by other groups, in order to acquire a different perspective. Finally, Mr. Howard, our Biology II instructor, took a final look at the products before sending them off for the final review by Argonne. The final project was a 16-page pamphlet. The students reacted positively to the project. Asked if she was glad that she chose to work on the Argonne project, Katie Hanson said, 'Yes. I have enjoyed having the opportunity to become a published author. Also, it is an honor to be able to work with a prestigious, nationally recognized laboratory such as Argonne'. There were difficult aspects as well. Student Olga Zagariya said the hardest part of the project was 'trying to choose which information to put in the summary and which information to leave out, because it all seemed to be important'. It seems that everyone was satisfied with his or her section.

  10. Experimental investigation of effect of surface gravity waves and spray on heat and momentum flux at strong wind conditions

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    Troitskaya, Yuliya; Sergeev, Daniil; Vdovin, Maxim; Kandaurov, Alexander; Ermakova, Olga; Kazakov, Vassily

    2015-04-01

    instability. This work was supported by the Russian Foundation of Basic Research (13-05-00865, 14-05-91767, 13-05-12093, 15-05-) and Alexander Kandaurov, Maxim Vdovin and Olga Ermakova acknowledge partial support from Russian Science Foundation (Agreement No. 14-17-00667).

  11. Book Reviews

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    Full Text Available -Stephen J. Appold, Heidi Dahles ,Tourism and small entrepreneurs; Development, national policy, and entrepreneurial culture: Indonesian cases. Elmsford, New York: Cognizant Communication Corporation, 1999, vi + 165 pp., Karin Bras (eds -Jean-Pascal Bassino, Peter Boothroyd ,Socioeconomic renovation in Vietnam; The origin, evolution and impact of Doi Moi. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2001, xv + 175 pp., Pham Xuan Nam (eds -Peter Boomgaard, Patrick Vinton Kirch, The wet and the dry; Irrigation and agricultural intensification in Polynesia. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1994, xxii + 385 pp. -A.Th. Boone, Chr.G.F. de Jong, De Gereformeerde Zending in Midden-Java 1931-1975; Een bronnenpublicatie. Zoetermeer: Boekencentrum, 1997, xxiv + 890 pp. [Uitgaven van de Werkgroep voor de Geschiedenis van de Nederlandse Zending en Overzeese Kerken, Grote Reeks 6.] -Okke Braadbaart, Colin Barlow, Institutions and economic change in Southeast Asia; The context of development from the 1960s to the 1990s. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, xi + 204 pp. -Freek Colombijn, Abidin Kusno, Behind the postcolonial; Architecture, urban space, and political cultures in Indonesia. London: Routledge, 2000, xiv + 250 pp. -Raymond Corbey, Michael O'Hanlon ,Hunting the gatherers; Ethnographic collectors, agents and agency in Melanesia, 1870s -1930s. Oxford: Bergahn Books, 2000, xviii + 286 pp. [Methodology and History in Anthropology 6.], Robert L. Welsch (eds -Olga Deshpande, Hans Penth, A brief histroy of Lan Na; Civilizations of North Thailand. Chiang Mai: Silkworm Books, 2000, v + 74 pp. -Aone van Engelenhoven, I Ketut Artawa, Ergativity and Balinese syntax. Jakarta: Badan Penyelenggaran Seri NUSA, Universitas Katolik Indonesia Atma Jaya, 1998, v + 169 pp (in 3 volumes. [NUSA Linguistic Studies of Indonesian and Other Languages in Indonesia 42, 43, 44.] -Rens Heringa, Jill Forshee, Between the folds; Stories of cloth, lives, and travels from Sumba

  12. СЕМІОТИЧНИЙ АНАЛІЗ УКРАЇНСЬКОЇ НАРОДНОЇ РЕЛІГІЙНОСТІ / Semiotic Analysis of Ukrainian Folk Religiosity

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    Остащук Іван

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    religious code after the adoption of Christianity in Kievan Rus was faced with local pagan paradigm of culture. An example of the people's pagan religious symbolism is the chronicle the story of the Christian saint Princess Olga, when describes the it Drevlianys revenge for the death of her husband Prince Igor. Colorful and unique features has symbolism in Ukrainian folklore, church architecture in the general structure of Ukrainian folk religiosity. Key words: semiotic analysis, folk religion, symbol, the Ukrainian culture, Paganism, Christianity.

  13. The 12th Edition of the Scientific Days of the National Institute for Infectious Diseases “Prof. Dr. Matei Bals” and the 12th National Infectious Diseases Conference

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    Cristian-Mihail Niculae

    2016-11-01

    Full Text Available Table of contents A1 The outcome of patients with recurrent versus non-recurrent pneumococcal meningitis in a tertiary health-care hospital in Bucharest Cristian-Mihail Niculae, Eliza Manea, Raluca Jipa, Simona Merisor, Ruxandra Moroti, Serban Benea, Adriana Hristea A2 Influence of bacteriophages on sessile Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria Alina Cristina Neguț, Oana Săndulescu, Anca Streinu-Cercel, Dana Mărculescu, Magdalena Lorena Andrei, Veronica Ilie, Marcela Popa, Coralia Bleotu, Carmen Chifiriuc, Mircea Ioan Popa, Adrian Streinu-Cercel A3 The utility of inflammatory biomarkers in the prognostic evaluation of septic patients – past, present and future Alina Orfanu, Cristina Popescu, Anca Leuștean, Remulus Catană, Anca Negru, Alexandra Badea, Radu Orfanu, Cătălin Tilișcan, Victoria Aramă, Ştefan Sorin Aramă A4 Etiologic and clinical features of bacterial meningitis in infants Constanța-Angelica Vișan, Anca-Cristina Drăgănescu, Anuța Bilașco, Camelia Kouris, Mădălina Merișescu, Magdalena Vasile, Diana-Maria Slavu, Sabina Vintilă, Endis Osman, Alina Oprea, Sabina Sandu, Monica Luminos A5 The diagnostic and prognostic role of neutrophil to lymphocyte count ratio in sepsis Alina Orfanu, Victoria Aramă, Ştefan Sorin Aramă, Anca Leuştean, Remulus Catană, Anca Negru, Gabriel Adrian Popescu, Cristina Popescu A6 Whooping cough in a HIV positive patient Ramona Georgiana Stanculete, Ana Vaduva Enoiu, Adelina Raluca Marinescu, Voichita Lazureanu A7 Cronobacter sakazakii sepsis in varicella patient Adelina-Raluca Marinescu, Alexandru Crișan, Voichița Lăzureanu, Virgil Musta, Narcisa Nicolescu, Ruxandra Laza A8 Anaerobes an underdiagnosed cause of prosthesis joint infection Anca-Ruxandra Negru, Daniela-Ioana Munteanu, Raluca Mihăilescu, Remulus Catană, Olga Dorobăț, Alexandru Rafila, Emilia Căpraru, Marius Niculescu, Rodica Marinescu, Olivera Lupescu, Vlad Predescu, Adrian Streinu-Cercel, Victoria Aramă, Daniela

  14. PREFACE: 6th International Conference on Aperiodic Crystals (APERIODIC'09)

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    Grimm, Uwe; McGrath, Rónán; Degtyareva, Olga; Sharma, Hem Raj

    2010-04-01

    essential support during the organising stage and during the conference itself, and we would particularly like to thank the conference secretary, Mrs Angie Reid, for her excellent administrative support before, during and after the conference, and for her help in the production of this volume. We are very much indebted to out co-editors, Dr Olga Degtyareva (Edinburgh) and Dr Hem Raj Sharma (Liverpool), for their contributions to the editing of this volume. Finally, and most of all, we would like to thank all participants of the conference for coming to Liverpool, for contributing by presenting their recent work and taking part in discussions, and for creating such an enjoyable and fruitful collegiate atmosphere throughout the week. Last but not least we would like to express our gratitude for the generous financial support we received from the Open University, the University of Liverpool and the Institute of Physics (Mathematical and Theoretical Physics Group and Thin Films and Surfaces Group). The International Union of Crystallography provided financial sponsorship which was allocated to support the participation of 15 young scientists. The European Network of Excellence on Complex Metallic Alloys provided travel and subsistence support to members of participating organisations. Rónán McGrath Uwe Grimm Conference photograph

  15. PREFACE: Nano- and microfluidics Nano- and microfluidics

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    Jacobs, Karin

    2011-05-01

    compressible fluids Kerstin Falk and Klaus Mecke Wetting, roughness and flow boundary conditions Olga I Vinogradova and Aleksey V Belyaev Molecular transport and flow past hard and soft surfaces: computer simulation of model systems F Léonforte, J Servantie, C Pastorino, and M Müller Simulations of slip flow on nanobubble-laden surfaces J Hyväluoma, C Kunert and J Harting Electrophoretic transport of biomolecules across liquid-liquid interfaces Thomas Hahn, Götz Münchow and Steffen Hardt Wetting morphologies and their transitions in grooved substrates Ralf Seemann, Martin Brinkmann, Stephan Herminghaus, Krishnacharya Khare, Bruce M Law, Sean McBride, Konstantina Kostourou, Evgeny Gurevich, Stefan Bommer, Carsten Herrmann and Dominik Michler Imbibition in mesoporous silica: rheological concepts and experiments on water and a liquid crystal Simon Gruener, and Patrick Huber Theory and simulations of water flow through carbon nanotubes: prospects and pitfalls Douwe Jan Bonthuis, Klaus F Rinne, Kerstin Falk, C Nadir Kaplan, Dominik Horinek, A Nihat Berker, Lydéric Bocquet, and Roland R Netz Structure and flow of droplets on solid surfaces P Müller-Buschbaum, D Magerl, R Hengstler, J-F Moulin, V Körstgens, A Diethert, J Perlich, S V Roth, M Burghammer, C Riekel, M Gross, F Varnik, P Uhlmann, M Stamm, J M Feldkamp and C G Schroer Stability and dynamics of droplets on patterned substrates: insights from experiments and lattice Boltzmann simulations F Varnik, M Gross, N Moradi, G Zikos, P Uhlmann, P Müller-Buschbaum, D Magerl, D Raabe, I Steinbach and M Stamm Micro-capsules in shear flow R Finken, S Kessler and U Seifert Micro-rheology on (polymer-grafted) colloids using optical tweezers C Gutsche, M M Elmahdy, K Kegler, I Semenov, T Stangner, O Otto, O Ueberschär, U F Keyser, M Krueger, M Rauscher, R Weeber, J Harting, Y W Kim, V Lobaskin, R R Netz, and F Kremer Dynamics of colloids in confined geometries L Almenar and M Rauscher Dynamics of red blood cells and vesicles in

  16. EDITORIAL: Ongoing climatic change in Northern Eurasia: justification for expedient research

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    Groisman, Pavel; Soja, Amber J.

    2009-12-01

    season weather in Kazakhstan C K Wright, K M de Beurs, Z K Akhmadieva, P Y Groisman and G M Henebry Climate change in Inner Mongolia from 1955 to 2005—trends at regional, biome and local scales N Lu, B Wilske, J Ni, R John and J Chen Application of the Snowmelt Runoff model in the Kuban river basin using MODIS satellite images M V Georgievsky Record Russian river discharge in 2007 and the limits of analysis A I Shiklomanov and R B Lammers Paleoclimatic reconstructions for the south of Valdai Hills (European Russia) as paleo-analogs of possible regional vegetation changes under global warming E Novenko, A Olchev, O Desherevskaya and I Zuganova Diagnosis of the record discharge of Arctic-draining Eurasian rivers in 2007 Michael A Rawlins, Mark C Serreze, Ronny Schroeder, Xiangdong Zhang and Kyle C McDonald Studies of the cryosphere in Northern Eurasia Groundwater storage changes in arctic permafrost watersheds from GRACE and in situ measurements Reginald R Muskett and Vladimir E Romanovsky Changes in snow cover over Northern Eurasia in the last few decades O N Bulygina, V N Razuvaev and N N Korshunova Modeling sub-sea permafrost in the East Siberian Arctic Shelf: the Dmitry Laptev Strait D Nicolsky and N Shakhova Snow cover basal ice layer changes over Northern Eurasia since 1966 Olga N Bulygina, Pavel Ya Groisman, Vyacheslav N Razuvaev and Vladimir F Radionov Snow cover and permafrost evolution in Siberia as simulated by the MGO regional climate model in the 20th and 21st centuries I M Shkolnik, E D Nadyozhina, T V Pavlova, E K Molkentin and A A Semioshina Studies of the biosphere in Northern Eurasia The influence of regional surface soil moisture anomalies on forest fires in Siberia observed from satellites A Bartsch, H Balzter and C George Change and persistence in land surface phenologies of the Don and Dnieper river basins V Kovalskyy and G M Henebry Effects of climatic changes on carbon dioxide and water vapor fluxes in boreal forest ecosystems of European part of

  17. PREFACE: International Conference on Inverse Problems 2010

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    Hon, Yiu-Chung; Ling, Leevan

    2011-03-01

    Sciences, South KoreaYu Jiang, Hokkaido University, JapanDe-Xing Kong, Zhejiang University, ChinaOlga Krivorotko, Novosibirsk State University, RussiaPhilipp Küegler, Austrian Academy of Sciences, AustriaKiwoon Kwon, Dongguk University, South KoreaChun-Kong Law, National Sun Yat-sen University, TaiwanJune-Yub Lee, Ewha Womans University, South KoreaMing Li, City University of Hong Kong, HKSARMikyoung Lim, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), South KoreaJijun Liu, Southeast University, ChinaXiaodong Liu, Chinese Academy of Sciences, ChinaFuming Ma, Jilin University, ChinaHang Ma, Shanghai University, ChinaValdemar Melicher, Ghent University, BelgiumGen Nakamura, Hokkaido University, JapanLong Tuan Nguyen, Ruhr-Universitat Bochum, GermanyEtibar Panakhov, Firat University, TurkeyRobert Plato, University of Siegen, GermanyJean-Pierre Puel, The University of Tokyo, JapanHans-Jürgen Reinhardt, University of Siegen, GermanyMaxim Shishlenin, Sobolev Institute of Mathematics, RussiaIlya Silvestrov, Institute of Petroleum Geology and Geophysics SB RAS, RussiaMourad Sini, Austrian Academy of Sciences, AustriaJán Sládek, Slovak Academy of Sciences, SlovakiaZhijun Tan, Sun Yat-sen University, ChinaQuan-Fang Wang, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, HKSARWenyan Wang, The University of Tokyo, JapanPihua Wen, Queen Mary, University of London, UKZhihai Xiang, Tsinghua University, ChinaXiang-Tuan Xiong, Northwest Normal University, ChinaDinghua Xu, Zhejiang Sci-Tech University, ChinaYongzhi Steve Xu, University of Louisville, USAJiaqing Yang, Chinese Academy of Sciences, ChinaJian Zhang, Sichuan Normal University, ChinaYing Zhang, Fudan University, ChinaTing Zhou, University of Washington, USAJianxin Zhu, Zhejiang University, China Advisory BoardH Thomas Banks, North Carolina State University, USATony F Chan, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, HKSARHeinz W Engl, Johannes Kepler Universitát Linz, AustriaRainer Kress, Georg-August-Universitát G

  18. Book Review: Bakich,O. M. (2015. Valerii Pereleshin: Life of a Silkworm Toronto: University of Toronto Press

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    Kyoko I. Davis

    2016-07-01

    Full Text Available This is the first and most concise biography of a Russian émigré gay poet, Valerii Pereleshin (1913-1992. The biographer, Olga Bakich, takes on the self-described role of an “accompanist” (xiv to this prolific, yet understudied poet by painstakingly illuminating the joys and sorrows of his spiritual journey over eight decades. This work causes the reader to reconsider how a biography could be written. The key historical events surrounding his personal life are mentioned but not discussed in the context of historiographical theory. To do so would only distract the reader from the humble existence of Pereleshin as a biographical figure. His unique talent, personality, and literary footprint span vast distances from China’s northeast to Brazil. This rather atypical biography consists primarily of the artist’s aesthetically subjective testimony- his own poetry. As a former resident and survivor of war-time Harbin, Bakich herself is well aware of the backdrop of turbulent historical events in the 20th century Far East: Imperial Russia’s eastward expansion, the forced and voluntary settlement of migrants from Eastern Europe, the Korean peninsula and Japanese archipelago, Qing China’s semi-colonization and its subsequent collapse, the encroachment of Western and Japanese imperialism, the establishment of Japan’s puppet state of Manchukuo, World War II and the USSR’s advance into the region followed by civil war and the establishment of the People’s Republic of China. The poet is a witness, survivor, and victim of these events. Bakich lets Pereleshin speak through letters, poems and photographs, a testimony of White Russians fleeing from the Eurasian Continent. Part One of Life of a Silkworm covers the period 1920 – 1952 in China, following Pereleshin’s intellectual development from childhood to young adulthood. Each of the six chapters in this part is divided into multiple subtopics, covering periods of four to five years: the

  19. Reproductive health indicators and fetal medicine - many things will change.

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    Olsen, Jørn; Pedersen, Lars Henning

    2016-06-01

    become pregnant and this may affect estimates of recurrence risk. In any case, calculating recurrence risk for newborns following siblings with the CA in question will probably no longer work (maybe it never worked) since the desire to reach a given family size depends on many factors, including the perceived risk of a CA. Access to prenatal diagnostic data may therefore well produce data closer to recurrence risk than data recorded at the time of birth. Pediatrics and Perinatal Epidemiology recently published a series of papers initiated by Olga Basso (3, 4) addressing in part the problem of moving from time scale one (starting at conception) to time scale two (starting at birth). Part of the addressed problems relate to a lack of options for starting observations on causal factors at the onset of exposure or, at best, before exposure. If that exposure happens early in fetal life, outcomes will be complicated by fetal deaths that probably end observation for ≥30% of subjects. That equals mortality rates we see for ≥95-year-olds or equals a cumulative death risk seen for newborns from birth to ≥65 years of age. If the exposure of interest is related to fetal death that opens up for strong collider stratification bias and selection when we condition on survival in our analyses for observations at the beginning of the second time scale (5). A negative association on that time scale need not reflect "prevention" in any sense other than suicides early in life will prevent later cancer deaths. It is difficult to imagine a counterfactual comparison to an exposed had he/she not been exposed and had survived fetal life. Those who were susceptible did not all survive. If we study fetal programming of adult diseases, we have to "condition on birth" in our studies, but we should be aware of the selection bias that follows. Fetal medicine will in many ways produce better data or data we never have had before, but it will change the conditions in many aspects of reproductive

  20. ПРОСОПОГРАФІЯ КИЇВСЬКОЇ СТАРОЇ ГРОМАДИ (ДРУГА ПОЛОВИНА ХІХ СТОЛІТТЯ PROSOPOGRAPHY OF THE OLD KYIV HROMADA (THE LATE ХІХ CENTURY

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    Ольга КАЗАКЕВИЧ

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    Full Text Available Казакевич Ольга. Просопография Киевской Старой Громады (вторая половина ХІХ века. В статье представлена попытка построения коллективной биографии ведущих представителей Киевской Старой Громады, которые входили в так называемый “Комитет 12”. С помощью метода просопографии выявлены общие черты повседневной жизни, этапов карьеры и профессиональной деятельности, которые объединяли украинских политических и культурных деятелей второй половины ХIХ века. Проанализировано происхождение, имущественное положение, общественные взгляды, мировозрение и культурно-просветительская деятельность членов Киевской Громады. Ключевые слова: просопография, Киевская Старая Громада, “Комитет 12”, украинское национальное движение, национальное строительство. Kazakevich Olga. Prosopography of the Old Kyiv Hromada (the late 19 c.. The article demonstrates an attempt to make the collective biography of leading members of the Kyiv Old Hromada. By applying the prosopography method, some common features of the everyday life, curriculum vitae and professional activity, which brought together the Ukrainian political and cultural figures of the late 19 c., were revealed. As it is known, the Kyiv Old Hromada was an unofficial association of intellectuals who popularized and promoted the Ukrainian language, history and culture both in Russian empire

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    Olga Cecilia Díaz Flóréz

    2012-01-01

    parte, la investigadora Olga Cecilia Díaz Flórez; mediante un análisis crítico de los presupuestos del capitalismo cognitivo aplicado a las funciones centrales de la Universidad ?especialmente, la función de Investigación?, propone una perspectiva pedagógica de la formación investigativa a partir de la cons- trucción de redes de cooperación intelectual, que resulten no sólo productivas en los ámbitos social y educativo, sino también, antagónicas y resistentes al reduccionismo que opera desde la lógica de la universidad-empresa. Tal perspectiva se encuentra, entre otros, vinculada a su vez, a la reflexión propuesta por el investigador Santiago Castro Gómez, en la vía de avanzar hacia un modelo de universidad en el cual el conocimiento funcione como un tejido interdependiente más que como un conjunto de compartimientos, o, espacios académicos y disciplinares sin relación alguna. En su reflexión, Castro-Gómez, observa que la estructura ‘arborescente’ que detenta en la actualidad la universidad colombiana, derivada de un ‘uso’ del modelo cartesiano, es quizá uno de los obstáculos más problemáticos en 5 la idea de lograr un trabajo académico e investigativo de carácter transdisciplinario. Este es, entre otros, unos de los retos que tiene la universidad hoy, de acuerdo con el autor. Siguiendo esta línea de reflexión epistémica, se encuentra el trabajo del investigador José Eustáquio Romão, quien propone, con base en un análisis de la internacionalización de la educación en Brasil, la posibilidad de combinar la razón internalista o estructural con la razón externalista, temporal o contextual, en la perspectiva de pensar una episte- mologia que no obedezca solo a las imposiciones del Capitalismo, sino también, y, fundamentalmente a las exigencias internas del conocimiento y de las IES que producen y transmiten tal conocimiento. Ahora bien, la historia de la universidad pública y sus efectos en el presente es el tema que aborda

  2. From Editor

    Directory of Open Access Journals (Sweden)

    Ugur Demiray

    2012-04-01

    Full Text Available Dear TOJDE Readers,Welcome to the Volume 13 Number: 2 of TOJDE! In this issue, 7 notes for Editor and 22 articles one book review of 57 authors from 12 different countries have been published. These published articles are from, Barbados, Ethiopia, India, Indonesia, Iran, Nigeria, Pakistan, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, USA and Zimbabwe.In general, around 13 articles and 4 notes for editors have been published in TOJDE so far. I would like to explain, why this time 22 articles and 8 submissions published in the articles and in notes for Editor Section respectively. First all, you should know that if a submission picks up from 3 TOJDE editors between 4.5 and 9 over all 9 credits, it means that this submission can be published in TOJDE in the coming issue. However, since the publishing priority of the accepted papers belongs to the highest scored ones, submissions which receive a score between 4.5 and 5 or 6 may wait and be archived for publishing later on. TOJDE administration respected this publishing rule up to now. Therefore, some accepted submissions which obtained over 4.5 have not been published up to now. These submissions were waiting for publishing in TOJDE in the future. In this issue, we decided to give them a chance to be published. For this reason, the current issue includes more papers than the previous issues. The 1st Notes for editor arrived from Russia written by Galina ARTYUSHINA and Olga SHEYPAK on Impacting Motivation In The Virtual Classroom. They mentioned that teachers, educational managers and learners must realize that new opportunities are offered by modern on-line communication. A person with basic Internet and Web skills is open to a new world of knowledge, from free Web surfing and self-organized education - through on-line resources and familiarization with Internet culture, its places, sites, search engines etc. - up to a more structured approach. The 2nd notes for editor is titled as “Use Of Libraries In Open And