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  1. Geology and Geochemistry of uranium mineralisation in Mika N-E Nigeria

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    Funtua, I.I.

    1993-01-01

    The Mika uranium mineralization is located near Zing in Taraba State, N.E Nigeria. The host rock consists of a sheared Pan-African medium grained biotite granite which is in places intruded by rhyolites and ciliceous veins. These are criss-cut by numerous joints, faults and fractures which are filled by hematized silica. The ore occurs in two parallel N-S trending shear zones with the western limb hosting a rhyolite body. Three hundred rock samples consisting of host rocks and ores from surface and drill cores each of which was analysed for 25 elements using Neutron Activation Analysis, Natural Activity Counting and Radioisotope X-ray fluorescence techniques. U, Fe, p, Cu, Zn, Mo and Pb have higher values than the background values. These elements form distinct dispersion aureoles around the uranium occurrence which appeared to be most pronounced on the surface, perhaps owing to weathering and remobilization. Some elements like Na and K are depleted in the mineralized zone in relation to the intensity of hydrothermal alteration. Structures played an important role in the formation of the Mika mineralization, as channel and/or mechanical barrier. The bimodal magmatism of the Burashika group is postulated to be related to the uranium mineralization, from the consistent presence of rholite bodies to the mineralization. The role of the magmatism is most likely the source of heat and the driving force of the mineralization fluid and sometimes as well as mechanical barrier for the fluids leading to the formation of the mineralization

  2. The geology of uranium mineralization at Mika, N.E. Nigeria

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    Funtua, I.I.; Okujeni, C.P.; Elegba, S.B.

    1995-01-01

    The Uranium mineralization at Mike is located near Zing in Taraba State, N.E., Nigeria. The host rock consist of a sheared Pan-African medium-grained granite which is in places intruded by rhyolite and siliceous veins. Numerous joints, faults and fractures criss-cut the area. Some of the fractures are filled with secondary quartz. The ore occurs in two parallel N-S trending shear Zones with the western limb hosting a rhyolite body. Drill section reveals a subsurface extension of the mineralization. In the upper limb, mineralization consisting of metal autunite and coffinite occurs associated with the rhyolite body. In lower ore limb meta-autunite, coffinite and pitchblende occur along a set of two parallel shear surface. The pitchblende occurs massive and as vein lets in association with sulphides. The ore body is marked by distinct hydrothermal alteration zones which feature sericitization, silicification, hematization and kaolination. Reactivated regional structures of NE-SW and the N140oE and N170E played an important role in the formation of Mika mineralization. These acted as channel and as mechanical barrier for the mineralization fluid. The bimodal magmatism of the Burashika group is postulated to be related to the process of mineralization in view of the ubiquitous rhyolite in the mineralized bodies

  3. Factor analysis of geochemical data from ore and host rocks of the uranium mineralization at Mika, N. E. Nigeria

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    Funtua, I. I.

    1997-01-01

    The Mika uranium occurrence is located in one of a series of NW-NE trending shear zones which host uraniferous Jurassic rhyolitic dykes located in Pan-African brecciated granites within peraluminous granite complex of NE Nigeria. The bodies of mineralization are about 100 metres long and up to 4 metres thick. The U mineralization associated with the rhyolite dykes contains predominantly meta-autunite and apatite, while that of the brecciated granites displays variable mineralogy with meta-autunite, one or two generations of coffinite and colloformic, pitch blend in open veins. The mineralization is thought to be related to bimodel magmatism of the Burashika group and the reactivation of regional structures. Multivariate statistical evaluation of geochemical data of 28 elements/oxides in 296 host rock and mineralized samples from the surface and drill cores display a coherent association of [(U, Pb, Zn, Cu, P 2 O 5 , Fe 2 O 3 ) + Mo], [(CaO, Zr, Sr) +(Y, Mo, V, As)] and [(MgO, K 2 O) + (TiO 2 , Rb)] in the mineralized rocks; reflecting the presence of hamatized phosphate bearing ores in association with sulphide minerals and apatite in the granite rhyolites. A link of the mineralizing fluids with the emplacement of the rhyolites is implied from the striking resemblance between the above element association in mineralized rocks to those of the unmineralized rhyolites. A source of ore fluids over saturated in uranium and silica emanating from crystallizing rhyolitic melts which were expelled into faults and/or shear zones in the surrounding country rock is inferred

  4. DR. MIKA MAJALE MEMORIAL LECTURE

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    He had four children Irene Majale,. Prof. Mike Majale (Architect) Victoria Majale Ojiambo and Chris Majale. Dr. Majale died on 21st April 1978. As an orthopaedic Surgeon he worked at Kenyatta. National Hospital (KNH), Kabete Orthopaedic Unit and. Armed Forces Memorial Hospital. He did not do any private practice.

  5. The Past is Present / Mika Hannula

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    Hannula, Mika

    1998-01-01

    Ajaloosündmuste interpreteerimisest kaasaegsete poolt, selle subjektiivsusest. Vaidlus Holocausti memoriaali üle Berliinis, Moskva 850. aastapäeva tähistamine, 'Estonia' hukule pühendatud monumendi püstitamine Stockholmi jm

  6. IT costs in the Baltic States : hardware still takes the biggest part / Mika Ollikainen

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    Ollikainen, Mika

    2001-01-01

    Uuringust, mille käigus vaadeldi Balti riikides infotehnoloogiale tehtavate kulutuste osakaalu suurte ning keskmise suurusega organisatsioonide eelarves. Tabelid: top 5 IT projektid Balti riikides 2001; IT kulutused Eestis 2001-2004; keskmised IT eelarved Eestis 2001-2004

  7. Liitumine OECD-ga: rahvusvaheline koostöö on vajalik / Mika Keränen

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    Keränen, Mika, 1973-

    2010-01-01

    Eesti liitumisläbirääkimised OECD-ga lõpevad lähiajal. Välisministeeriumi juhitud ministeeriumidevahelise rühma töö on kulgenud ladusalt. Haridus- ja Teadusministeeriumi valitsemisalas on ühine töö olnud mitmel põhjusel kergem kui teistel ministeeriumidel

  8. 'Ayn mika: Traumatic experience, social invisibility, and emotional distress of sub-Saharan women with precarious status in Morocco.

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    Mekki-Berrada, Abdelwahed

    2018-01-01

    Morocco has become a permanent transit country for tens of thousands of sub-Saharan migrants heading to Europe. Many of these migrants are women who have a precarious legal status and can no longer reach Europe, whose borders have been considerably securitized since September 11, 2001. They also have no wish to risk their lives again returning south across the Sahara Desert. This paper discusses the results of an exploratory research project conducted in Morocco on the relationships between the sub-Saharan migrant women's traumatic experiences, social invisibility, and emotional distress in the context of a massive securitization of Euro-Mediterranean borders.

  9. Palju kära, aga mitte kuigi palju villa = Talkin' loud and saying not that much / Mika Hannula

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    Hannula, Mika, 1967-

    2015-01-01

    Kunstikriitik analüüsib nüüdisaegse kunsti poliitiliste aktide õnnestumisi ja ebaõnnestumisi Kiasma rahvusvahelisel rühmanäitusel "Demonstrating minds - disagreements in contemporary art" (Meele avaldused - erimeelsused nüüdisaegses kunstis) eksponeeritud tööde näitel. Vaatluse all on Cristina Lucase, Tanja Boukali, Jonathan Meese, Cinthia Marselle'i & Tiago Mata Machado ning Kader Attia teosed

  10. Elizabeth Shove, Mika Pantzar, Matt Watson, The Dynamics of Social Practice. Everyday Life and how it Changes

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    Ortar, Nathalie

    2012-01-01

    The dynamics of social practice s’inscrit dans une filiation qui marque depuis quelques années le paysage de la recherche de la sociologie de la consommation et de l’énergie. Son ambition est à la hauteur de l’importance prise par ces travaux puisque les auteurs souhaitent faire une différence grâce à la théorisation sociale pour influer sur les politiques publiques. L’ouvrage se veut également une critique de la théorie des choix rationnels et s’applique à démontrer pourquoi cette théorie es...

  11. Uudised : Mika Salo ja Leningrad Cowboys filmisid rockvideot. Erkki-Sven Tüüri autorikontsert moodsate klassikute sarjas. Minimalistlik "Katja Kabanova" Amsterdami ooperis

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    2000-01-01

    M. Salo ja ans. Leningrad Cowboys salvestasid Helsingis muusikavideot, M. Salo osaleb kitarristina ansambli plaadil "Terzo Mondo". 12. mail andis Absolute Ensemble K. Järvi juhatusel New Yorgis sarja "Heliloojate portreed" raames kontserdi E.-S. Tüüri loomingust. Nederlandse Operas tuli lavale L. Janaceki ekspressiivne ooper "Katja Kabanova", lavastusest

  12. Forecasting chokka squid Loligo vulgaris reynaudii catches and ...

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    spamer

    2017-11-11

    Nov 11, 2017 ... on ambient water temperature (Augustyn et al. 1992,. A. Oosthuisen, University of ..... from tagged squid and the supply of continuous environ- mental data. ... should a leak develop, and to provide insulation for the electronics.

  13. Soome dokkidest - miks nad nii head on (või vähemasti meist paremad)? / Eero Tammi

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    Kuurmaa, Kaarel

    2010-01-01

    Pimedate Ööde filmifestivaliga seoses Soome dokumentaalfilmindusest. Lähemalt tutvustatakse PÖFFi filme "Eluaur", režissöörid Joonas Berghäll, Mika Hotakainen; "Vesku", rež. Mika Kaurismäki; "Freetime Machos", rež. Mika Ronkainen (kõik Soome 2010)

  14. The status of cephalopod systematics worldwide is decades behind ...

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    spamer

    1992-01-29

    Jan 29, 1992 ... cephalopods are much sought for the export trade, and their fishery ... value in China, Indonesia and Thailand (Chotiyaputta. 1993, Khromov et .... (US$23 million in 1997) in exports (Augustyn 1996). Lolliguncula .... D.F., Mexico, pers. comm.). ..... A primary commercial octopod in most Asian markets, max.

  15. Study Paths, Riemann Surfaces, and Strebel Differentials

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    Buser, Peter; Semmler, Klaus-Dieter

    2017-01-01

    These pages aim to explain and interpret why the late Mika Seppälä, a conformal geometer, proposed to model student study behaviour using concepts from conformal geometry, such as Riemann surfaces and Strebel differentials. Over many years Mika Seppälä taught online calculus courses to students at Florida State University in the United States, as…

  16. Fulltext PDF

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    Basak Abhishek, Physical Research Laboratory, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad 380 009, India abhishek@prl.res.in. Bastero-Gil ... Building, King's Buildings, Mayfield Road, Edinburgh EH9 3JZ, UK ab@ph.ed.ac.uk. Bhaswar .... Republic of China.

  17. Caffeine Modulates Attention Network Function

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    2010-03-01

    other than oral contraceptives , and not using nicotine in any form. Written informed consent was obtained, and all procedures were jointly approved by...Psychological Review, 108, 624-52. Brunyé, T. T., Mahoney, C. R., Augustyn, J. S., & Taylor, H. A. (2009). Emotional state and local versus global...spatial memory. Acta Psychologica, 130, 138-146. Bush, G., Luu, P., & Posner, M. I. (2000). Cognitive and emotional influences in anterior

  18. Zdaniju diakoniskoi bolnitsõ - novuju zhizn / Urmas Seaver

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    Seaver, Urmas, 1973-

    2006-01-01

    Soomlasest arhitektuurisõber Mika Orava kavatseb teisaldada Tallinnas Pärnu maanteel lammutada kavatsetava kunagise diakonisside haiglahoone ja rajada sinna seenioride kodu. Kahekorruselise puithoone ajaloost. Uueks asukohaks pakutakse krunti Tallinnas, Wismari tän. 23

  19. Lühifilmid internetis / Jaak Lõhmus

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    Lõhmus, Jaak

    2000-01-01

    Mika Salmi internetifirma Atom Films, kes on 8.-12. märtsini toimuva 30. Tampere rahvusvahelise lühifilmifestivali üks sponsoreid, tegeleb lühifilmide tutvustamise ja turustamisega interneti kaudu

  20. Kolm raamistikku Mäetamme unenäole / Katrin Kivimaa

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    Kivimaa, Katrin, 1969-

    2007-01-01

    Marko Mäetamme teosest "Kaotaja paradiis" Veneetsia biennaalil 2007. aastal. Kuraator Mika Hannula. S. Freudi unenägude käsitlusest. Inglise kunstiajaloolane Fred Orton ameerika kunstniku Jasper Johnsi tööst "Lipp"

  1. "Happy Together" kunstihoones

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    2009-01-01

    Kagu-Euroopa, Balti- ja Põhjamaade kunstnikke ühendav kunstiprojekt "Happy Together" Tallinna Kunstihoones 29.01.-01.03. 2009. a. Kuraatorid Mika Hannula, Minna Henriksson. Eestist osalevad Villu Jaanisoo ja Kristina Norman

  2. Ettepanek rollide ümbermõtestamiseks = Proposal for a rethinking of the roles / Jan Kaila, Japo Knuutila, Aliina Astrova

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    Kaila, Jan

    2013-01-01

    Paul Kuimeti ja Mika Rikala ühisnäitusest "Clouds and Waves" Hobusepea galeriis. Aliina Astrova kuraatoriettekanne Paul Kuimeti ja Laura Tootsi ühisnäitusel "Not Necessarily So" Temnikova & Kasela galeriis

  3. Kuula. Pariisist Tokiosse, diivanilt tõusmata / Mart Juur

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    Juur, Mart, 1964-

    2007-01-01

    Heliplaatidest: Ozzy Osbourne "The Essential", Art Garfunkel "Some Enchanted Evening", Richard Galliano "Luz Negra", Music From Motion Picture "Dreamgirls", "Blue Note Trip Jazzanova", Mika "Life in Cartoon Motion". Prantsuse elektroonilise muusika ansamblist Air, heliplaadist "Pocket Symphony"

  4. Kulka kroonis aasta kümme sulesangarit / Kaarel Kressa

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    Kressa, Kaarel, 1983-

    2010-01-01

    Eesti Kultuurkapital kirjanduse sihtkapitali aastaauhinnad: parim ilukirjanduslik proosateos Kalev Kesküla "Elu sumedusest", parim luulekogu Hasso Krull "Neli korda neli", esseistika kogumik Jaan Kaplinski "Paralleele ja parallelisme", vabaauhind Jaan Unduski koostatud Friedebert Tuglase teoste kogumik "Valik proosat", parim lasteraamat Mika Keränen "Peidetud hõbedane aardelaegas", parimad tõlked: Piret Salurilt (Mika Waltari "Sinuhe"), Jean Pascal Ollivry Tammsaare tõlked (Veritee et Justice : La Collin-du-Voleur ; Indrek)

  5. Aasta parimad teosed Krullilt ja Keskülalt / Heili Sibrits

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    Sibrits, Heili, 1977-

    2010-01-01

    Eesti Kultuurkapital kirjanduse sihtkapitali aastaauhinnad: parim ilukirjanduslik proosateos Kalev Kesküla "Elu sumedusest", parim luulekogu Hasso Krull "Neli korda neli", esseistika kogumik Jaan Kaplinski "Paralleele ja parallelisme", vabaauhind Jaan Unduski koostatud Friedebert Tuglase teoste kogumik "Valik proosat", parim lasteraamat Mika Keränen "Peidetud hõbedane aardelaegas", parimad tõlked: Piret Salurilt (Mika Waltari "Sinuhe"), Jean Pascal Ollivry Tammsaare tõlked (Veritee et Justice : La Collin-du-Voleur ; Indrek)

  6. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

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    ... Raha, Soumen Basak , Amitava Majumder, Mousumi Basu, Smarajit Polley, Raja Bhattacharya, and all other lab members. OUR COLLABORATORS: Prof. S. Roy, Bose Institute, Kolkata. Prof.M.S.Shaila, IISC, Bangalore. GRANTING AGENCIES: Dept. of Science and Technology. All India Council for Technical Education.

  7. AUTHOR INDEX

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    user1

    Balasubramanian R. Density of primes in l-th power residues. 19. Banerjee Pradipto. Divisibility of class numbers of imag- inary quadratic function fields by a fixed odd number. 1. Basak Gopal K. Process convergence of self-normalized sums of i.i.d. random variables coming from domain of attraction of stable distributions.

  8. List of participants

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    Babu P D, UGC-DAE CSR, Mumbai, India. Bahadur Jitendra, BARC, Mumbai, India. Bajaj Annu, GNDU, Amritsar, India. Balakrishnan Geetha, University of Warwick, UK. Banerjee Srikumar, BARC, Mumbai, India. Basak Tista, BARC, Mumbai, India. Basu S, BARC, Mumbai, India. Basu T K, BARC, Mumbai, India. Belushkin ...

  9. Pramana – Journal of Physics | Indian Academy of Sciences

    Indian Academy of Sciences (India)

    Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics. Volume 68 Issue 2 February 2007 pp 331-342. Accelerator development in India for ADS programme · P Singh S V L S Rao Rajni Pande T Basak Shwetha Roy M Aslam P Jain S C L Srivastava Rajesh Kumar P K Nema S Kailas V C Sahni · More Details Abstract Fulltext PDF.

  10. Emancipation(s) / Airi Triisberg

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    Triisberg, Airi, 1982-

    2009-01-01

    Tallinna Kunstihoones 20. jaan.-1.märtsini 2009 olnud Mika Hannula ja Minna Henrikssoni kureeritud näitusest "Happy Together" Mika Hannula näitusele eelnenud loengu valguses. Näitusel osalesid kunstnikud Kagu-Euroopast, Balti- ja Põhjamaadest. Petra Baueri (Rootsi) performance-loengust "Deleted Swedish Stories", Igor Grubici (Horvaatia) videost "East Side Story" (2009), Kristina Normani tööst "Community" (2009), Soome rühmituse YKON mängust "Ykon Game v.0.3"

  11. "... en Juvel - paa en Tribune"

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    Lehrmann, Ulrik

    2012-01-01

    Undersøgelse af Herman Bangs mangesidede virke som henholdsvis oplæser på turné i provinsen, forfatter af romanen Mikaël og journalist på avisen København i året 1904......Undersøgelse af Herman Bangs mangesidede virke som henholdsvis oplæser på turné i provinsen, forfatter af romanen Mikaël og journalist på avisen København i året 1904...

  12. Fra Ægypteninteresse til Ægypteninspiration i Sinuhe

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    Langkjær, Michael Alexander

    2001-01-01

    The Finnish author Mika Waltari wrote the best-selling novel The Egyptian in 1945, inspired by the hopes, disappointments and disasters of the previous decades. The book occasioned widespread interest in Ancient Egypt, due in part to an effective reworking of egyptological knowledge into a classic...

  13. Kodanikud ja valdkonnad : Veneetsia biennaal, näiteks / Elin Kard

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    Kard, Elin

    2007-01-01

    52. kaasaegse kunsti biennaal Veneetsias 10.06.-21.11.2007. Põhinäitusest "Think With The Senses - Feel With The Mind. Art In The Present Tense", kuraator Robert Storr. Ülevaade rahvuspaviljonidest Giardinis. Eestit esindab Marko Mäetamm isikunäitusega "Losers' Paradise", kuraator Mika Hannula

  14. Väärt vara linnas ning maal / Ain Alvela ; kommenteerinud Mart Saa

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    Alvela, Ain, 1967-

    2010-01-01

    Uus Maa Kinnisvarabüroo tegevjuhi Mika Sucksdorffi hinnangul on Tallinnas kinnisvara üks arengusuundi Kalamaja-Kopli-Paljassaare piirkond. A&A Kinnisvara tegevjuhi Aivar Villemsoni hinnangul hakkavad kinnisvarahinnad tõusma esmalt pealinna keskmes, Rocca al Mare ja Pirita kandis

  15. Apollo premeeris lugejate lemmikautoreid

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    2010-01-01

    Raamatupood Apollo kuulutas välja lugejate lemmikraamatud 2010: Mihkel Raua romaan "Sinine on sinu taevas", tõlketeostest Mika Waltari "Sinuhe : egiptlane", aja- ja elulooraamatutest Mart Laari "101 Eesti ajaloo sündmust", lasteraamatutest Andrus Kivirähki "Kaka ja kevad" ning luuleraamatutest Asko Künnapi, Jürgen Rooste ja Karl Martin Sinijärve "Eesti haiku"

  16. Kuni 26. XI on Viljandi Linnagaleriis...

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    2005-01-01

    Eesti Klaasikunstnike Ühenduse aastanäitus "Katkised asjad". Osalevad 22 eesti kunstnikku (loetletud), Mika Kato Jaapanist, Robert Tannahill Kanadast, Marta Gibiete, Barbala Gulbe ja Inita Emane Lätist. Näituse on koostanud Kati Kerstna ja Maret Sarapu

  17. Kätlin Kätlini kirev luulekogu

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    2008-01-01

    Tutvustus: Kätlin, Kätlin, pseud. Üks pole ühtegi = One is none / Kätlin Kätlin ; [tõlkijad Mika Keränen ja Marina Tervonen ; illustratsioonid: Hanneleele Kaldmaa. Tallinn : Positive Projects], 2008. Raamatu esitlus toimus 6. nov. Haus galeriis Tallinnas

  18. Keerukas universum : mitmes keeles, luule omas ka / Mariliin Vassenin

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    Vassenin, Mariliin

    2008-01-01

    Arvustus: Kätlin, Kätlin, pseud. Üks pole ühtegi = One is none / Kätlin Kätlin ; [tõlkijad Mika Keränen ja Marina Tervonen ; illustratsioonid: Hanneleele Kaldmaa. Tallinn : Positive Projects], 2008

  19. Eksjuhtide hoogne kinnisvaraäri / Koit Brinkmann

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    Brinkmann, Koit

    2007-01-01

    Endised Skanska EMV juhid Jaanus Otsa ja Olaf Herman ajasid põhitöökoha kõrvalt tulusat eraäri. Lisad: Skanska partnerlus Mati Tusoviga; Palju firmasid, kuid samad nimed; Väljavõte Skanska eetikakoodeksist. Kommenteerib Mika Toivola

  20. "Situated Self" käsitleb poliitilise agoraa tagamaid / Branislav Dimitrijevich ; interv. Rael Artel

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    Dimitrijević, Branislav, 1967-

    2005-01-01

    Üks kuraatoritest näitusest "Situated Self : Confused, Compassionate and Conflictful", mis toimus veebruaris märtsis Belgradi kaasaegse kunsti muuseumis ja mais-juunis Helsingi Tennispalatsis. Projekti teine kuraator Mika Hannula. Eksponeeriti 20 Euroopa perifeeria kunstniku loomingut

  1. Soomes ilmusid eesti raamatud

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    2004-01-01

    Mehis Heinsaare "Härra Pauli kroonikad" ("Herra Paulin aikakirja"), tõlkinud Mika Keränen ; "Tallinnasta pois", eesti groteskse novelli antoloogia, autorid Olavi Ruitlane, Jüri Ehlvest, Aapo Ilves, Andrus Kivirähk, Kerttu Rakke, Peeter Sauter, Mehis Heinsaar, Matt Barker, Eeva Park, Kaur Kender, Veiko Märka, Urmas Vadi ja Ervin Õunapuu

  2. "Siberi taibu" ehk soomlaste "M Klubi" / Margot Visnap

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    Visnap, Margot, 1959-

    2000-01-01

    Eesti Draamateatri näitleja Jan Uuspõld mängib Soome telekanali YLE 2 teleteatri uues seriaalis "Siberi geenius" ("Siberian nero") peaosa : stsenaristid Mika Ripatti ja Jarmo Lampela : režissöör Jarmo Lampela

  3. EVALUATION OF A COMPUTER-AIDED SEMEN ANALYSIS SYSTEM WITH SPERM TAIL DETECTION

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    WIJCHMAN, JG; DEWOLF, BTHM; JAGER, S

    The aim of this study was to evaluate the Stroemberg-Mika cell motion analyser (SM-CMA) which uses tail detection in order to discriminate between immotile spermatozoa and other particles. Analysis of the spermatozoa by the SM-CMA can easily be checked on a video monitor. The semen samples were from

  4. [Kätlin Kätlin. Üks pole ühtegi = One is none] / Katrin Väli

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    Väli, Katrin, 1956-

    2008-01-01

    Tutvustus: Kätlin, Kätlin, pseud. Üks pole ühtegi = One is none / Kätlin Kätlin ; [tõlkijad Mika Keränen ja Marina Tervonen ; illustratsioonid: Hanneleele Kaldmaa. Tallinn : Positive Projects], 2008

  5. Komöödia tänapäeva soome teatris / Outi Lahtinen ; tõlk. Madis Kolk

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    Lahtinen, Outi

    2007-01-01

    Lähiaastatel soome teatris menukalt esietendunud näidenditest: Juha Jokela "Mobile Horror", Sirkku Peltola "Soome hobune", Mika Myllyaho "Paanika". Ka Henri Bergsoni filosoofilisi vaateid komöödia kohta. Ettekanne III Põhjamaade draama päevadel Eesti Draamatetris

  6. Fulltext PDF

    Indian Academy of Sciences (India)

    see Anisa M H C. 93. Amini Massoud see Saadati Reza. 483. Anisa M H C. On two functionals connected to the Lapla- cian in a class of doubly connected domains in space-forms. 93. Anuradha N. Zeta function of the projective curve. aY2l = bX2l + cZ2l over a class of finite fields, for odd primes l. 1. Basak Gopal K.

  7. Korkeasaaren maine ja vaikuttavuus sosiaalisessa mediassa verrattuna valittuihin eläintarhoihin ja vapaa-ajankohteisiin

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    Heikkinen, Tanja; Knuutila, Linda

    2017-01-01

    Opinnäytetyömme aiheena on Korkeasaaren maine, vaikuttavuus sekä brändikuva yrityksen sosiaalisessa mediassa verraten muihin eläintarhoihin sekä vapaa-ajanviettopaikkoihin. Tutkimus toteutettiin yhteistyössä Korkeasaaren kanssa ja sen ohjaajana toimi Laurea-ammattikorkeakoulun lehtori Mika Hentunen. Opinnäytetyön tarkoituksena oli antaa Korkeasaarelle konkreettista tietoa siitä, miten yritys on menestynyt sosiaalisessa mediassa verrattuna verrokkiryhmiin, ja antaa kehitysehdotuksia parantamaa...

  8. Contaminants in the atmosphere. AMAP-Nuuk, West Greenland 2002-2004

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    Skov, H.; Bossi, S.; Waehlin, P. [and others

    2005-08-15

    This report presents the results of atmospheric monitoring in Nuuk, Greenland. A long series of heavy metals and persistent organic Pollutants (POPs) have been measured and model calculations have been carried out supporting the interpretation of the results. Financially, the Danish Environmental Protection Agency supported this work with means from the MIKA/DANCEA funds for Environmental Support to the Arctic Region and the work is part of the Danish contribution to Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme, AMAP. (au)

  9. Feeling vs vorm. White label : Under Marie. Kuula / DJ Pickney Tiger

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    DJ Pickney Tiger, pseud., 1970-

    2007-01-01

    Rockansambli Chungin and the Strap-On-Faggots ja soome punkbändi Rejects kontserdist Tallinnas Reggae Baaris. Heliplaadist: Under Marie "1. What What? 2. What What?". Heliplaatidest: Zahir "Green means go", Ry Cooder "My name is Buddy", Ladysmith Black Mambazo "Warner Bros. Collection", Macy Gray "Big", Nneka "Victim of Truth", "Grinderman", Stooges "The Weirdness", "The Good, The Bad and the Queen", Marco Di Marco "In New York, My Poetry", Kaiser Chiefs "Yours Truly, Angry Mob", Mika "Life in cartoon motion"

  10. Circulatory Shock. Volume 34. Number 1. May 1991. International Conference on Shock (2nd), Meeting of European Shock Society (5th), Annual Meeting of the Shock Society (USA) (14th), Vienna Shock Form (3rd) Held in Vienna, Austria on 2-6 June 1991

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    1991-06-06

    OCTADECENOATE, AS A BURN TOXIN Takayuki Ozawa, Mika Hayakawa, Kazuhiro Kosaka, Satoru Sugiyama, Kazuhisa Yokoo, Hisashi Aoyama, and Yohei Izawa Department...shock. 41 CARDIOPULMONARY HEMODYNAMIC AND PERIPHERAL CIRCULATORY RESPONSES IN SHOCK T. Muteki, N. Kaku. T. Fukushige, I. Kohno and T. Hiraki Department...Tadashi, 242 Machleidt, Werner, 213 Ozawa, Takayuki , 11 Kawarada, Yoshifumi, 442 Mackie, D.P., 348 Ozawa, Kazue, 268 Keser, Claudia, 380 Maitra, Subir R

  11. Round-table discussion at Tallinn City Council (March 8, 2010). Part one : The European Union strategy for the Baltic Sea Region - a challenge for cooperation on local and regional levels

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    2010-01-01

    Konverentsi ümarlaual võtsid sõna Erik Terk, Toomas Vitsut, Thomas Johansson, Katrin Savomägi, Jasmin Etelämäki, Edvins Karnitis, Ulf Johansson, Per Gudmund Lindencrona, Mika Keränen, Uno Aldegren, Georg Sootla, Heikki Telakivi, Piret Hedin, Mart Repnau, Jüri Riives, Madis Kanarbik, Enn Saar, Tiiu Evert, Galina Gribanova, Keijo Sahrman, Linda Talve

  12. Perspektif Gender Dalam Novel Kapak Karya Dewi Linggarsari

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    Fitria Fitria

    2014-01-01

    This research aims to analyze the gender perspective in Kapak, written by Dewi Linggarsari, by using feminist literary criticism.The gender perspective found in this novel is about the existence of both gender inequality and equality experienced by the female characters, i.e. Mika, Yemnen, and dr. Astrid. The gender inequality is obvious when women are considered as weak human beings; it causes subordination and violence. Meanwhile, gender equality can be found in women’s struggle against the...

  13. Perspektif Gender Dalam Novel Kapak Karya Dewi Linggarsari

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    Fitria, Fitria

    2014-01-01

    This research aims to analyze the gender perspective in Kapak, written by Dewi Linggarsari, by using feminist literary criticism.The gender perspective found in this novel is about the existence of both gender inequality and equality experienced by the female characters, i.e. Mika, Yemnen, and dr. Astrid. The gender inequality is obvious when women are considered as weak human beings; it causes subordination and violence. Meanwhile, gender equality can be found in women's struggle against the...

  14. V zhenskom gorode Tallinne / Iosef Kats

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    Kats, Iosef

    2006-01-01

    Naine Tallinna toponüümikas, folklooris, ajaloos ja materiaalsetes mälestusmärkides tänapäeval. Naise skulptuurseid kujutisi Tallinnas: A. Weizenbergi "Linda" Lindamäel, A. Adamsoni Russalka, A. Volzi egiptlannad Pikk 18 fassaadil, laternahoidjad linnavalitsuse hoonel, "Naine vaagnaga" Tornide väljakul, M. Mikofi "Nõmme ema" ja "Hämarik" Viru keskuse juures, "Mustamäe kaunitar" Parditiigis, Viru hotelli juurest eemaldatud "Merineiu", naisefiguur Shnelli tiigi ääres

  15. Centrality based Document Ranking

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    2014-11-01

    support task. As it turned out, the results were very poor, which suggests that using a general purpose IR sytem in this way is not a good idea... Management on the Semantic Web, 2005. 15. P. Mika, T. Tudorache, A. Bernstein, C. Welty, C. A. Knoblock, D. Vrandecic, P. T. Groth, N. F. Noy, K. Janowicz...question- focused sentence retrieval. In HLT ’05: Proceedings of the conference on Hu- man Language Technology and Empirical Methods in Natural

  16. Computer simulation of structural modifications induced by highly energetic ions in uranium dioxide

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    Sasajima, Y., E-mail: sasajima@mx.ibaraki.ac.jp [Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Ibaraki University, 4-12-1 Nakanarusawa, Hitachi 316-8511 (Japan); Frontier Research Center for Applied Atomic Sciences, Ibaraki University, Shirakata 162-4, Tokai 319-1106 (Japan); Osada, T. [Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Ibaraki University, 4-12-1 Nakanarusawa, Hitachi 316-8511 (Japan); Ishikawa, N. [Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA), Shirakata Shirane 2-4, Tokai 319-1195 (Japan); Iwase, A. [Department of Materials Science, Osaka Prefecture University, Gakuen-cho 1-1, Sakai 599-8531 (Japan)

    2013-11-01

    The structural modification caused by the high-energy-ion irradiation of single-crystalline uranium dioxide was simulated by the molecular dynamics method. As the initial condition, high kinetic energy was supplied to the individual atoms within a cylindrical region of nanometer-order radius located in the center of the specimen. The potential proposed by Basak et al. [C.B. Basak, A.K. Sengupta, H.S. Kamath, J. Alloys Compd. 360 (2003) 210–216] was utilized to calculate interaction between atoms. The supplied kinetic energy was first spent to change the crystal structure into an amorphous one within a short period of about 0.3 ps, then it dissipated in the specimen. The amorphous track radius R{sub a} was determined as a function of the effective stopping power gS{sub e}, i.e., the kinetic energy of atoms per unit length created by ion irradiation (S{sub e}: electronic stopping power, g: energy transfer ratio from stopping power to lattice vibration energy). It was found that the relationship between R{sub a} and gS{sub e} follows the relation R{sub a}{sup 2}=aln(gS{sub e})+b. Compared to the case of Si and β-cristobalite single crystals, it was harder to produce amorphous track because of the long range interaction between U atoms.

  17. Computer simulation of structural modifications induced by highly energetic ions in uranium dioxide

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    Sasajima, Y.; Osada, T.; Ishikawa, N.; Iwase, A.

    2013-01-01

    The structural modification caused by the high-energy-ion irradiation of single-crystalline uranium dioxide was simulated by the molecular dynamics method. As the initial condition, high kinetic energy was supplied to the individual atoms within a cylindrical region of nanometer-order radius located in the center of the specimen. The potential proposed by Basak et al. [C.B. Basak, A.K. Sengupta, H.S. Kamath, J. Alloys Compd. 360 (2003) 210–216] was utilized to calculate interaction between atoms. The supplied kinetic energy was first spent to change the crystal structure into an amorphous one within a short period of about 0.3 ps, then it dissipated in the specimen. The amorphous track radius R a was determined as a function of the effective stopping power gS e , i.e., the kinetic energy of atoms per unit length created by ion irradiation (S e : electronic stopping power, g: energy transfer ratio from stopping power to lattice vibration energy). It was found that the relationship between R a and gS e follows the relation R a 2 =aln(gS e )+b. Compared to the case of Si and β-cristobalite single crystals, it was harder to produce amorphous track because of the long range interaction between U atoms

  18. Pienyrityksen onnistuneen asiakassuhteen elementit : Case: Solarpoint

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    Teppola, Sami

    2009-01-01

    Tutkimuksen tavoitteena oli ensin kartoittaa pienyrityksen onnistuneen asiakassuhteen elementtejä ja sen jälkeen pyrkiä tekemään lista toimintamalleista, joita toistamalla yrityksen liiketoimintaa voitaisiin kehittää. Työ toteutettiin toimeksiantona Solarpoint-nimiselle yritykselle (Tmi Mika Teppola). Yrityksen toimialaan kuuluvat pääasiassa aurinko- ja tuulisähkötuotteiden jälleenmyynti ja asennus. Yrittäjällä ei ole liiketaloudellista koulutusta, joten työtä alettiin tehdä sillä silmällä, e...

  19. Fate of mercury in the Arctic (FOMA)

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    Skov, H.; Christensen, J.; Asmund, G.

    This report is the final reporting of the project FONA, funded by the Danish Environmental Protection Agency with means from the MIKA/DANCEA funds for Environmental Support to the Arctic Region. The aim of the project is to study the intercompartment mercury transport chain in the arctic area. From...... in the Arctic. The report focus on the surface exchange of mercury, the uptake of abiotic mercury into the biological system, and the bioaccumulation in the first steps of the food web, and the resulting distribution and time trend of mercury in selected animals feeding on various trophic levels...

  20. "Ma armastan oma perekonda" / Marko Mäetamm ; interv. Reet Varblane

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    2007-01-01

    Marko Mäetammest, kes esindas Eestit väljapanekuga "Luuseri paradiis" (kuraator Mika Hannula) 52. Veneetsia biennaalil ja kellel oli äsja näitus "Destilleeritud armastus" Hobusepea galeriis. 52. Veneetsia biennaali parimaks rahvuspaviljoniks kuulutati Ungari paviljon ja Andreas Fogarasi, Kuldsed Lõvid pälvisid Leon Ferrari, Emily Jacir ja Benjamin Buchloch, elutööpreemia sai avamisel Malick Sidibe. Eraldi toodi välja Leedu paviljon ning Gediminas ja Nomeda Urbonas kuraatorinäituselt Nedko Salakov

  1. Chatbot-teknologia : sähköinen kaupankäynti ja asiakaspalvelu

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    Haavisto, Eero

    2015-01-01

    Tutkimusorganisaatio Gartnerin tutkimuksissa on arvioitu, että vuonna 2020 yli 85 % asiakaspalvelutapahtumista hoituu ilman ihmisen avustusta, jolloin esimerkiksi Yhdysvaltojen 18 miljoonasta myyjästä on jäljellä enää vain noin 4 miljoonaa. Väitettä tukee myös virtuaalisten assistenttien tekemä myynti, mikä on kasvanut 2010-luvulla vuosittain 50 %. Tässä tutkielmassa käsitellään tekoälyä hyödyntävää virtuaalista assistenttia, eli chatbottia. Tutkielman tavoitteena on...

  2. Tegijate lemmik : kompaktne moodulmaja Laavu / Agneta Land

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    Land, Agneta

    2008-01-01

    Eriprojekti järgi ehitatud eramutest ja valmismajadest, mille osad tehakse tehases ning transporditakse krundile püstitamiseks. Soome ehitusfirma Kannustalo moodulmajast Laavu, mis pälvis 2007. a. Habitare messil professionaalide auhinna kui messi parim ja aasta innovatiivseim toode. Maja projekteeris arhitektuuribüroo Heikkinen-Komonen (arhitektid Mikko Heikkinen, Markku Komonen). Küsimustele vastab Kannustalo tegevdirektor Mika Uusimäki. Mikko Heikkineni ja Markku Komoneni projekteeritud valmismaja "Puudutus" eksponeeritakse New Yorgi Moodsa Kunsti Muuseumi (MoMa) näitusel "Kodu koju kätte: moodsa elamu tootmine"

  3. Kunsti salakäik : Kumu Kunstimuuseum = A secret art passage / Panu Lehtovuori

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    Lehtovuori, Panu, 1968-

    2006-01-01

    Kumu hoonest, selle suhtest linnaga, hilismodernistlikust muuseumist, kunsti ja muuseumihoone suhtest. Projekteerija: Arkkitehtitoimisto Vapaavuori OY. Arhitekt Pekka Vapaavuori. Kaasautorid: Johan Roman, Miikka Hirsimäki, Pia Sabelström, Marcus Uppmeier, Elina Juureva, Mika Väisänen, Sauli Luttinen (3D). Sisekujundus: Pia Sabelström. Mööbel: Pille Lausmäe, Sisustusarkkitehdit Gullsten-Inkinen. Maastik: DIA Arhitektuur OÜ. Konstruktor: Neoprojekt OÜ. Ehitusfirmad: AS Merko Ehitus, AS Eesti Ehitus. Võistlus 1994, valmis 2005. Kommentaar Pekka Vapaavuorilt. Ill.: II ja V korruse plaan, 2 värv. välis- ja 5 sisevaadet

  4. CERN among the honours in the Geneva inter-company cross-country race

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    Anaïs Schaeffer

    2013-01-01

    On 12 October, members of the CERN Running Club were yet again among the medals at the 33rd Cross Inter-Entreprises de Genève.   From left to right: Clément, Bastien, Olivier, Cédric, Erik and Mika. (Photo: Clément Bovet.) Teams comprising 3 to 4 runners from companies in the Geneva Canton competed in the 6-km race through the Parc des Evaux in Onex. Two of CERN’s teams made it into the medals in the Men’s category* -  Cédric, Mika, Guillaume and Clément came second, closely followed by their colleagues Olivier, Erik and Bastien, in third.  The next and last event of the year for the members of the Running Club will be the Escalade race, on 6-7 December. * The other categories are “Women” and “Mixed”. The full race results are available here and more photos from the event are available here.

  5. Effect of temperature and pressure on excess electron mobility in n-hexane, 2,2,4-trimethylpentane, and tetramethylsilane

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    Munoz, R.C.; Holroyd, R.A.

    1986-01-01

    Measurements of excess electron mobility are reported for liquid n-hexane, 2,2,4-trimethylpentane, and tetramethylsilane for pressures from 1 to 2500 bar and for temperatures from 18 to 120 0 C. For tetramethylsilane, a liquid that exhibits a high electron mobility, the mobility at constant density is proportional to T/sup -0.9/ between 25 and 100 0 C. The results are compared with the Basak--Cohen deformation potential theory. For n-hexane, where the mobility is low, Arrhenius behavior is observed. The isochoric activation energy increases with density. The results in this case are consistent with both the two-state and hopping models. In 2,2,4-trimethylpentane the mobility increases with increasing pressure at room temperature and decreases at high temperature. At 2500 bar and at intermediate temperatures (70--80 0 C) the mobility is approximately constant

  6. Literary Library for Physicians (II

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    Fernando A. NAVARRO

    2015-10-01

    Full Text Available The adequate practice of medicine is a difficult job if some intimate and deep feelings of patients, such pain, loneliness, depression and helplessness facing an incurable disease or the fear of dying, are not fully understood. A good way to gain a satisfactory understanding of such feelings might be the reading of the great literary works of all times. In this “Medical library for physicians” an essential list of seventy literary works from the Modern to the Contemporary periods has been collected. Their plot is about the disease, the madness, the hospital, the professionalism and the historical and social images of the physicians. In the second part of the article, a brief review of the last thirty?five books is carried out. It considers from Sinuhe egyptiläinen (1945 by Mika Waltari to Nemesis (1943 by Philip Roth.

  7. Perspektif Gender Dalam Novel Kapak Karya Dewi Linggarsari

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    Fitria Fitria

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available This research aims to analyze the gender perspective in Kapak, written by Dewi Linggarsari, by using feminist literary criticism.The gender perspective found in this novel is about the existence of both gender inequality and equality experienced by the female characters, i.e. Mika, Yemnen, and dr. Astrid. The gender inequality is obvious when women are considered as weak human beings; it causes subordination and violence. Meanwhile, gender equality can be found in women’s struggle against the oppression through custom rules and education. By having good education, women can fight against gender inequality in their environment. This proves that women are not weak human beings who always become the subjects of men’s violence. They can even give contributions and benefits to their surroundings or help other women who are being the victims of their husbands’ violence. Key Words: gender inequality; gender equality; subordination; violence; education Abstrak: Tulisan ini mengkaji perspektif gender yang terdapat dalam novel Kapak (2005 karya Dewi Linggarsari dengan menggunakan kritik sastra feminis. Perspektif gender yang ditemukan adalah adanya ketidakadilan dan kesetaraaan gender yang dialami tokoh wanita Mika, Yemnen, dan dokter Astrid. Ketidakadilan gender terlihat saat wanita dianggap sebagai makhluk yang lemah, yang menyebabkan terjadinya subordinasi dan kekerasan. Sementara itu, kesetaraan gender terlihat dari adanya persamaan hak bagi kaum wanita dengan adanya aturan adat yang melindungi wanita dan pendidikan bagi wanita. Wanita bukanlah makhluk lemah yang hanya dijadikan korban kekerasan laki‐laki, melainkan makhluk yang kuat dan pemberani serta mampu membantu memperbaiki nasib kaum wanita yang menjadi korban kekerasan suaminya.

  8. Effects of Ethephon Application on Color Development of ‘Gala Must’ Apples

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    Ananie PESTEANU

    2017-05-01

    Full Text Available Fruit peel color is an important quality parameter and marketing attribute that influences consumer acceptance. Red color development in apples is due to the formation of anthocyanin pigments in the apple skin. Anthocyanin production, and therefore apple color is influenced by a range of environmental and management factors in the orchard. Ethephon is a compound that slowly releases ethylene which in turn can stimulate anthocyanin accumulation in apples. The aims was to evaluate the influence of ethephon to the color development of Gala Must apple variety. The study subject of the experience was Gala Must apple variety grafted on M 9. The trees were trained as slender spindles. The distance of plantation is 3.5 x 1.2 m. To study color development of the apple fruits were experimented the following variants of treatment: 1. Witness - no treatment; 2. Ethephon - 300 ppm; 3. Ethephon - 400 ppm. Ethephon were sprayed one time 2 - 3 weeks before commercial harvest. The research was conducted during the period of 2013 year. During the research, it was studied the amount and average of fruits, tree production, quality, firmness of fruits, hydrolysis and color index. Color of fruits was estimated at harvest using a scale of grading described by Alina Basak. In the present research work, we demonstrated that ethephon may be included in the system of color development of “Gala Must” apple variety fruits, the dose of 400 ppm, applied one spray 2 - 3 weeks before commercial harvest.

  9. Scardinius knezevici Bianco & Kottelat, 2005 and Alburnus scoranza Bonaparte, 1845: New species of ichthyofauna of Serbia and the Danube basin

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    Simić V.

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available Research into the ichthyofauna of the Vlasina Lake reservoir in south Serbia, which is part of the Danube basin, was carried out in 1993, 40 years after its formation. The results of the research reveal the presence of several species of fish belonging to the Adriatic and Aegean basin, such as Alburnus albidus, Rutilus basak, Scardinius graecus and Pachychilon macedonicus. These findings are of great importance from the aspect of conservation, because the species Scardinius graecus and Alburnus albidus are on the European list of endangered fish species. In the latest study of the Vlasina Lake reservoir ichthyofauna (70 years after its formation, the above-mentioned species were not found. However, the presence of naturalized populations of two species from the Adriatic basin were confirmed: Scardinius knezevici and Alburnus scoranza. These findings represent the first known areal expansion of these species, which are new to the ichthyofauna of Serbia, from the Adriatic into the Danube (Black Sea basin.[Acknowledgments. The present work was supported by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Serbia (Projects No. 43002 and 173025.

  10. Role of Catecholamine in Tumor Angiogenesis Linked to Capacitance Relaxation Phenomenon

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    Guangyue SHI

    2010-08-01

    Full Text Available The present paper deals with the CgA level during metastasis linked with Capacitance relaxation phenomenon in cancer cell. CgA co-stored and correlated by exocytosis with catecholamines is a precursor to peptides that exert feedback regulatory control on catecholamine secretion. It is to be noted that CgA was the most sensitive marker for detecting patients with tumor angiogenesis. The progressive rise in CgA increases with the tumor size and this fact has been correlated with the Capacitance relaxation phenomenon (T. K. Basak, US patent No. 5691178, 1997 in different stages. The experimental results of Capacitance relaxation phenomenon were given as inputs to a model for correlation with the CgA level. This model is a control system model, the output of which is the CgA level. It is to be noted that the model is simulated in MATLAB. The expression of tumorogenisis in prostate and liver is also linked to Capacitance relaxation phenomenon in respect of its correlation with the CgA level.

  11. Clinical management of a challenging malignancy, osteoblastoma-like osteosarcoma: a report of four cases and a review of the literature

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    Ozger H

    2016-08-01

    Full Text Available Harzem Ozger,1 Bugra Alpan,1 Mehmet Salih Söylemez,2 Korhan Ozkan,3 Ahmet Salduz,4 Bilge Bilgic,5 Basak Kumbasar Sirin6 1Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology, Maslak Acıbadem Hospital, Istanbul, 2Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology, Bingöl State Hospital, Bingöl, 3Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology, Faculty of Medicine, Istanbul Medeniyet University, 4Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology, 5Department of Pathology, Faculty of Medicine, Istanbul University, 6Department of Radiology, Maslak Acıbadem Hospital, Istanbul, Turkey Abstract: Osteoblastoma-like osteosarcoma, a rare form of osteosarcoma, is a malignant lesion associated with risks of both local recurrence and distant metastasis. The differential diagnosis of osteoblastoma-like osteosarcoma from osteoblastoma and aggressive osteoblastoma remains controversial and challenging. Previous studies suggest that these three types of tumor are distinct entities. However, working out a precise diagnosis may not always be possible immediately on the basis of initial clinical, radiological, and histopathological features. On the other hand, the importance of a correct diagnosis cannot be overemphasized since the treatment strategies change dramatically according to the nature of the lesion. In all of our cases, initial Tru-Cut biopsies revealed osteoblastic features with minimal atypia, but further biopsies confirmed malignancy. A high index of suspicion and considerable experience are prerequisites for accurate diagnosis in case of clinicopathological and radiological discordance. Keywords: osteoblastoma-like osteosarcoma, differential diagnosis, biopsy

  12. Intergranular fracture in UO2: derivation of traction-separation law from atomistic simulations

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    Yongfeng Zhang; Paul C Millett; Michael R Tonks; Xian-Ming Bai; S Bulent Biner

    2013-10-01

    In this study, the intergranular fracture behavior of UO2 was studied by molecular dynamics simulations using the Basak potential. In addition, the constitutive traction-separation law was derived from atomistic data using the cohesive-zone model. In the simulations a bicrystal model with the (100) symmetric tilt E5 grain boundaries was utilized. Uniaxial tension along the grain boundary normal was applied to simulate Mode-I fracture. The fracture was observed to propagate along the grain boundary by micro-pore nucleation and coalescence, giving an overall intergranular fracture behavior. Phase transformations from the Fluorite to the Rutile and Scrutinyite phases were identified at the propagating crack tips. These new phases are metastable and they transformed back to the Fluorite phase at the wake of crack tips as the local stress concentration was relieved by complete cracking. Such transient behavior observed at atomistic scale was found to substantially increase the energy release rate for fracture. Insertion of Xe gas into the initial notch showed minor effect on the overall fracture behavior.

  13. Stay Fit - Have Fun - Bike To Work

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    Jens Vigen, CERN coordinator for Bike2Work

    2013-01-01

    This June, CERN will take part in the Swiss "Bike to Work" campaign once again. In this Swiss national campaign, which has attracted more than 50,000 participants, teams of four colleagues encourage each other to cycle to work throughout the month of June.   Participants of the “2012 Bike2CERN through the year” campaign - with the campaign winners, Tim Smith, Martial Dujardin and Mika Huhtinen - alongside the organisers and cycling enthusiasts. Participating is easy! Simply get together with three of your colleagues and register your Bike to Work team online before 31 May. There are no fees for registering teams, there is no minimum distance, and parts of the journey can be done using public transport. There is even an opening for non-cyclists: one member per team can be a pedestrian or a skateboarder or use any other means of transport that does not depend on an engine. In addition to the June event, CERN is also supporting "Bike to CERN throu...

  14. Lastekirjandus vallutab uusi tippe : eesti lastekirjandus 2009 / Jaanus Vaiksoo

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    Vaiksoo, Jaanus, 1967-

    2010-01-01

    Ülevaade 2009. aasta eesti lastekirjandusest. Pikemalt käsitletakse järgmisi autoreid ja nende teoseid: Kadi Hinrikus "Kui emad olid väikesed", Kristiina Kass "Peeter ja mina", Mika Keränen "Varastatud oranž jalgratas", Andrus Kivirähk "Kaka ja kevad", Aino Pervik "Ühes väikses veidras linnas", Maarja Undusk "Päkapikk Ingo", Ilmar Tomusk "Vend Johannes", Indrek Koff "Enne kooli", Piret Raud "Härra Linnu lugu", Wimberg "Suur pidusöök", Artur Jurin "Puru kuningriigi lood II", Joonas Sildre "Maailma naba", kogumik "Uued eesti muinasjutud", Aino Pervik "Tirilinna lood", Aimeé Beekman "Päästekoer Walter", Eve Ernis "Karupoeg Nummi seiklused", Priit Aimla "Torisev vanatoi", Juhani Püttsepp "Väikese hundi lood" ja "Lauajupi Madonna", Epp Petrone "Siis, kui seened veel rääkisid", Heiki Vilep "Habemega nali", "Nõiutud linn", Leelo Tungal "Naljatilgad lähevad laulupeole", "Kama üks ja kama kaks", koos Peep Pedmansoniga Miriami lood"(esimene 3D-piltidega lasteraamat), Aidi Vallik "Pints ja Tutsik" 2. osa, Mare Müürsepp "Viis vaba kutsikat", Tiia Selli "Kass Kriibik", Aleksei Turovski "Kassipoeg Võilill", Kaider Vardja "Vana maja lugu", Merca "Mullivesi", Ülle Kütsen "Väike puu ja rändur kuu", Lehte Hainsalu "Mängiks midagi", Peep Veedla "Pöialpoiss"

  15. PENGOLAHAN BROWNIES KUKUS KETAN HITAM DI HOTEL SAVOY HOMANN BIDAKARA BANDUNG

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    Rini Rahma Dini

    2016-03-01

      Abstrak - Dunia pariwisata erat kaitannya dengan hotel atau pastry and bakery menyediakan berbagai macam produk, diantaranya cake, pie, cookies, ice cream permen / nougat. Savoy Homann Bidakara Hotel Bandung menyediakan produk pastry yaitu brownies kukus ketan hitam. Produk ini terdiri dari tepung ketan hitam yang dipadukan dengan dark chocolate serta blueberry jam dan disajikan dalam sebuah box mika adapun yang menggunakan cupcase. Yang dibentuk seperti cupcake dan di-garnish dengan irisan buah-buahan seperti strawberry, green cherry dan sunkist dan di tata dengan sangat menarik sehingga menggugah selera tamu untuk menikmatinya. Produk ini sangat unik dan menarik karena garnish brownies kukus ketan hitam tersebut disajikan dengan beberapa slice fruit. Produk ini ada di Savoy Homann Bidakara Hotel Bandung. Dalam Pembuatan Brownies Kukus Ketan Hitam ini harus sesuai dengan standard recipe agar produk yang dihasilkan selalu stabil, namun produk Brownies Kukus Ketan Hitam ini mempunyai kekurangan yaitu minat konsumen yang lebih memilih produk brownies yang lain dibandingkan dengan brownies kukus ketan hitam. Maka dari itu sebaiknya Brownies Kukus Ketan Hitam ini dalam penyajiannya digarnish lebih indah dan lebih rapih agar tamu lebih tertarik dengan produk ini.   Kata Kunci : Brownies Kukus Ketan Hitam, Pengolahan Makanan

  16. Generalization of Asaoka method to linearly anisotropic scattering: benchmark data in cylindrical geometry

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    Sanchez, Richard.

    1975-11-01

    The Integral Transform Method for the neutron transport equation has been developed in last years by Asaoka and others. The method uses Fourier transform techniques in solving isotropic one-dimensional transport problems in homogeneous media. The method has been extended to linearly anisotropic transport in one-dimensional homogeneous media. Series expansions were also obtained using Hembd techniques for the new anisotropic matrix elements in cylindrical geometry. Carlvik spatial-spherical harmonics method was generalized to solve the same problem. By applying a relation between the isotropic and anisotropic one-dimensional kernels, it was demonstrated that anisotropic matrix elements can be calculated by a linear combination of a few isotropic matrix elements. This means in practice that the anisotropic problem of order N with the N+2 isotropic matrix for the plane and spherical geometries, and N+1 isotropic matrix for cylindrical geometries can be solved. A method of solving linearly anisotropic one-dimensional transport problems in homogeneous media was defined by applying Mika and Stankiewicz observations: isotropic matrix elements were computed by Hembd series and anisotropic matrix elements then calculated from recursive relations. The method has been applied to albedo and critical problems in cylindrical geometries. Finally, a number of results were computed with 12-digit accuracy for use as benchmarks [fr

  17. Excellent results for CERN runners

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    Hervé Cornet, CERN Running club

    2015-01-01

    As in previous years, thirty or so runners from CERN took part in the Tour du Canton de Genève (more information here, in French only).   The men’s team that won the corporate challenge prize in the Tour du Canton de Genève: (standing, left to right) Patrick Villeton, Phil Hebda, Mika Vesterinen, Steffen Doebert; (sitting, left to right) Guillaume Michet and Camille Ruiz-Llamas. The Laboratory was represented in the corporate challenge by five teams, one of which came first in the men’s category. CERN’s other teams also put in good performances, with one finishing fourth in the men's category and another seventh in the mixed category. Runners from CERN did well in the individual classifications too. All the results can be found here. The Maxi Race team: (left to right) Sebastien Ponce, Alain Cauphy, Klaus Hanke and Christophe Biot. Elsewhere, four CERN runners competed in the finals of the Annecy Maxi Race (site in French only...

  18. Cranial trepanation in The Egyptian.

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    Collado-Vázquez, S; Carrillo, J M

    2014-09-01

    Medicine and literature have been linked from ancient times; proof of this shown by the many doctors who have made contributions to literature and the many writers who have described medical activities and illnesses in their works. An example is The Egyptian, the book by Mika Waltari that provides a masterly narration of the protagonist's medical activity and describes the trepanation technique. The present work begins with the analysis of trepanations since prehistory and illustrates the practice of the trepanation in The Egyptian. The book mentions trepanation frequently and illustrates how to practice it and which instruments are required to perform it. Trepanation is one of the oldest surgical interventions carried out as treatment for cranial trauma and neurological diseases, but it also had the magical and religious purpose of expelling the evil spirits which caused the mental illness, epilepsy, or migraine symptoms. Trepanation is a surgical practice that has been carried out since prehistory to treat post-traumatic epilepsy, migraine, and psychiatric illness. The Egyptian is a book that illustrates the trepan, the trepanation technique, and the required set of instruments in full detail. Copyright © 2010 Sociedad Española de Neurología. Published by Elsevier Espana. All rights reserved.

  19. Remembering and forgetting: directed forgetting effect in obsessive-compulsive disorder

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    2011-06-01

    Full Text Available Mika Konishi1, Kurie Shishikura2, Shutaro Nakaaki3, Shin-ichi Komatsu4, Masaru Mimura11Department of Neuropsychiatry, Keio University School of Medicine, Tokyo; 2Department of Neuropsychiatry, Kitasato University School of Medicine, Kanagawa; 3Department of Psychiatry and Cognitive-Behavioral Medicine, Nagoya City University Graduate School of Medical Science, Nagoya; 4Faculty of Education, Shinshu University, Nagano, JapanAbstract: It has been reported that episodic memory seems to be impaired in patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD because the patients repeat a specific checking behavior, but it is still unknown if OCD patients show memory impairments associated with their unique symptoms or not. To study episodic memory in OCD patients, we examined the directed forgetting effect. Patients with OCD and healthy control participants were given a list of 24 emotionally neutral everyday words (12 remember [R]-cued words and 12 forget [F]-cued words under two conditions: List and Item. The results of our study showed that OCD patients recalled a number of F-cued words similar to that for controls and relatively fewer R-cued words than controls under both List and Item conditions. Consequently, the directed forgetting effect was smaller in OCD patients than controls. Our results demonstrated that both selective encoding and retrieval inhibition processes are impaired in OCD, and we suggest that recall of unfavorable items to be forgotten intruded into necessary items to be remembered. This impairment in episodic memory may partially account for some of the unique clinical symptoms of OCD.Keywords: episodic memory, retrieval inhibition, selective encoding

  20. In memoriam: Mirjanka Lechthaler

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    Nedjeljko Frančula

    2016-12-01

    Full Text Available Mirjanka Lechthaler, who friends referred to as Mika, passed away due to seriuos illness. She fought it bravely and we were surprised to hear about her death. Mirjanka (born Zdenković was born in Zagreb on September 9, 1947. After finishing high school, she studied at the Faculty of Geodesy of the University of Zagreb, and graduated in 1972. She finished postgraduate studies of informatics at the University of Zagreb with the thesis “Cartographic communication and information content of 1 cm2 of the topographic map 1:1 000 000" in 1976. Mirjanka Lechthaler finished her PhD studies at the Faculty of Geodesy with the dissertation “Entropy of relief representation using contour lines on a series of topographic maps“ in 1985. She passed the state geodesy exam in 1984. She started working at the Institute for Cartography of the Faculty of Geodesy of the University of Zagreb in 1972 and became a scientific assistant in 1976. In 1985, she moved to Vienna, where her Croatian doctoral dissertation was nostrificated at the University of Technology. From 1990, she worked as an assistant and deputy head of the Institut für Kartographie und Geo-Medientechnik at the Vienna University of Technology. From 1999, she worked as an assistant professor in the Research Group of Cartography at the Vienna University of Technology. She lectured basic and advanced courses in analogous, digital and web cartography. She was retired in 2011 and died in Vienna on November 16, 2016.

  1. Tag-elese or The Language of Tags

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    Jan Simons

    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available The core "meme" of Web 2.0 from which almost all other memes radiated was: 'You control your own data' (O'Reilly, 2005, 3. Key instruments for this user control are tagging systems that allow users to freely assign keywords of their own choosing to Internet resources of their own making as well as to documents produced by others. Of course, freely chosen keywords tags do not necessarily follow prefixed taxonomies or classification systems. But going by the maxim that interaction creates similarity and similarity creates interaction, the idea - or hope - is, however, that the tagging practices of individual users will eventually converge into an emergent common vocabulary or folksonomy (Merholz, 2004; Shirky, 2005; Vander Wal, 2005b; Mika, 2007. It is far from clear, however, that free tagging systems will eventually yield controlled vocabularies, and there are many incentives for idiosyncratic, ambiguous, and inconsistent uses of tags. Left to themselves, free tagging systems seem to be too wild and too chaotic for any order to emerge. But are these free tagging systems really as "feral" as they seem to be, or do they only look uncontrolled because one has been looking for order in the wrong place? I have done a quick-and-dirty" analysis of Flickr's tag cloud. The concept was: if folksonomies encourage users to tap on their own vernacular, everyday natural language must somehow "guide" the tagging practices of users of tagging systems. Flickr's tag cloud has been choosen because it may teach us something about tagging systems and folksonomies, and not - or not primarily - because of what tags may tell us about pictures.

  2. Is hypertriglyceridemia a prognostic factor in sepsis?

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    2014-02-01

    Full Text Available Ali Cetinkaya,1 Abdulsamet Erden,1 Deniz Avci,1 Hatice Karagoz,1 Samet Karahan,1 Mustafa Basak,1 Kadir Bulut,1 Vedat Gencer,1 Hasan Mutlu2 1Internal Medicine Department, Kayseri Training and Research Hospital, Kayseri, Turkey; 2Medical Oncology Department, Acibadem Kayseri Hospital, Kayseri, Turkey Introduction: Sepsis and septic shock are important causes of mortality in intensive care unit patients, hence early diagnosis and therapy are important in management of their treatment. The available information on sepsis patients is not enough to recommend or to discard the routine evaluation of triglyceride (TG levels at the onset of sepsis. The aim of this study was to investigate the association of hypertriglyceridemia and clinical outcome (or mortality in patients with severe sepsis. Materials and methods: Between January 1 and December 31, 2011, a total of 84 patients with sepsis from the intensive internal care unit at the Kayseri Training and Research Hospital, Kayseri, Turkey, were investigated retrospectively. Sepsis was defined according to the American College of Chest Physicians/Society of Critical Care Medicine/European Society of Intensive Care Medicine consensus conference definitions. For each patient, survival was recorded at the end of the last day of hospitalization as dead or alive. The TG values were taken retrospectively from the records, which were performed routinely for each patient with sepsis at the time of diagnosis. TG >150 mg/dL was considered as hypertriglyceridemia. Results: The percentages of male and female patients were 44% and 56%, respectively. The mean age of patients was 71.49±11.071 years. The percentage of patients with TG values more than 150 mg/dL was 81% (25/31 in the non-survivor group and 19% (6/31 in the survivor group. There was a significant difference regarding TG values between groups (P=0.039. Discussion: It was observed in this study that patients in the intensive care unit with sepsis had high

  3. Development of a Tsunami Scenario Database for Marmara Sea

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    Ozer Sozdinler, Ceren; Necmioglu, Ocal; Meral Ozel, Nurcan

    2016-04-01

    Due to the very short travel times in Marmara Sea, a Tsunami Early Warning System (TEWS) has to be strongly coupled with the earthquake early warning system and should be supported with a pre-computed tsunami scenario database to be queried in near real-time based on the initial earthquake parameters. To address this problem, 30 different composite earthquake scenarios with maximum credible Mw values based on 32 fault segments have been identified to produce a detailed scenario database for all possible earthquakes in the Marmara Sea with a tsunamigenic potential. The bathy/topo data of Marmara Sea was prepared using GEBCO and ASTER data, bathymetric measurements along Bosphorus, Istanbul and Dardanelle, Canakkale and the coastline digitized from satellite images. The coarser domain in 90m-grid size was divided into 11 sub-regions having 30m-grid size in order to increase the data resolution and precision of the calculation results. The analyses were performed in nested domains with numerical model NAMIDANCE using non-linear shallow water equations. In order to cover all the residential areas, industrial facilities and touristic locations, more than 1000 numerical gauge points were selected along the coasts of Marmara Sea, which are located at water depth of 5 to 10m in finer domain. The distributions of tsunami hydrodynamic parameters were investigated together with the change of water surface elevations, current velocities, momentum fluxes and other important parameters at the gauge points. This work is funded by the project MARsite - New Directions in Seismic Hazard assessment through Focused Earth Observation in the Marmara Supersite (FP7-ENV.2012 6.4-2, Grant 308417 - see NH2.3/GMPV7.4/SM7.7) and supported by SATREPS-MarDim Project (Earthquake and Tsunami Disaster Mitigation in the Marmara Region and Disaster Education in Turkey) and JICA (Japan International Cooperation Agency). The authors would like to acknowledge Ms. Basak Firat for her assistance in

  4. Colchicine intoxication: a report of two suicide cases

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    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available Abdulsamet Erden,1 Hatice Karagoz,1 Hasan Hüseyin Gümüscü,1 Samet Karahan,1 Mustafa Basak,1 Fatma Aykas,1 Kadir Bulut,1 Ali Cetinkaya,1 Deniz Avci,1 Orhan Kürsat Poyrazoglu2 1Internal Medicine Department, 2Gastroenterology Department, Kayseri Training and Research Hospital, Kayseri, Turkey Abstract: Colchicine, an old and well-known drug, is an alkaloid extracted from Colchicum autumnale and related species. Colchicine inhibits the deposition of uric acid crystals and is an inhibitor of mitosis. Nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, and diarrhea, with a massive loss of fluid and electrolytes are the first clinical symptoms of colchicine poisoning. Stomach lavage and rapid gastric decontamination with activated charcoal are crucial. An acute dose of about 0.8 mg/kg of colchicine is presumed to be fatal. We report the clinical outcomes of two different cases of colchicine intoxication for attempted suicide. The dose required for morbidity or mortality varies significantly. The dose of 1 mg/kg in the first case was directly related with mortality, while the dose of 0.2 mg/kg in the second was related with survival. The other difference between the patients was the time of arrival to hospital after ingestion. This period was 4 hours for case 1 and only 1, hour for case 2. The initiation of treatment later than 2 hours after ingestion of colchicine may significantly impair treatment because the absorption time for colchicine after oral administration is about 30–120 minutes. The rising lactate level and high anion gap metabolic acidosis in our patient (case 1 were attributed to lactic acidosis, so hemodialysis was performed, and the duration of hemodialysis was prolonged. Lactic acidosis in the first case was one of the reasons for mortality. The most important parameters which define the chance of survival are the dose of ingested drugs and the arrival time to hospital after ingestion. The patients must be monitored closely for lactic acidosis

  5. Prognostic significance of ASXL1, JAK2V617F mutations and JAK2V617F allele burden in Philadelphia-negative myeloproliferative neoplasms

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    Full Text Available Ipek Yonal-Hindilerden, Aynur Daglar-Aday, Basak Akadam-Teker, Ceylan Yilmaz, Meliha Nalcaci, Akif Selim Yavuz, Deniz SarginDivision of Hematology, Department of Internal Medicine, Istanbul Medical Faculty, Istanbul University, Fatih-Istanbul, Turkey Background: Despite insights into the genetic basis of Philadelphia-negative myeloproliferative neoplasms (Ph-negative MPNs, a significant proportion of essential thrombocythemia (ET and primary myelofibrosis (PMF patients present with no known MPN disease alleles. There were no previous studies investigating the impact of ASXL1 mutations in Ph-negative MPNs in Turkey. In the current study, we investigated the prognostic significance of ASXL1 mutations in Turkish MPN patients. We also aimed to determine the prognostic significance of JAK2V617F allele burden and the relationship of JAK2V617F mutation with ASXL1 mutations in Ph-negative MPNs. Methods: About 184 patients from a single center diagnosed with Ph-negative MPNs were screened for ASXL1, JAK2V617F mutations, and JAK2V617F allele burden: 107 ET and 77 PMF. Results: A total of 29 ASXL1 mutations were detected in 24.7% of PMF and 8.4% of ET patients. ASXL1-mutated ET patients showed a trend toward an increase in the incidence of cerebrovascular events and higher total leukocyte counts. ASXL1-mutation in PMF was associated with older age and a higher prevalence of bleeding complications. In univariate analysis, overall survival (OS was significantly reduced in ASXL1-mutated PMF patients. In multivariate analysis, Dynamic International Prognostic Scoring System-plus high-risk category and ASXL1 mutation status were independently associated with shorter survival in PMF. In PMF, mutational status and allele burden of JAK2V617F showed no difference in terms of OS and leukemia-free survival. Conclusion: We conclude that ASXL1 mutations are molecular predictors of short OS in PMF. Keywords: Philadelphia-negative myeloproliferative neoplasms (Ph

  6. The role of blood groups in the development of diabetes mellitus after gestational diabetes mellitus

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    2015-10-01

    Full Text Available Hatice Karagoz,1 Abdulsamet Erden,2 Ozerhan Ozer,2 Kubra Esmeray,2 Ali Cetinkaya,2 Deniz Avci,2 Samet Karahan,2 Mustafa Basak,2 Kadir Bulut,2 Hasan Mutlu,3 Yasin Simsek4 1Internal Medicine Department, Acibadem Kayseri Hospital, 2Internal Medicine Department, 3Medical Oncology Department, 4Endocrinology Department, Kayseri Training and Research Hospital, Kayseri, Turkey Introduction: Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM is a common condition that is defined as glucose intolerance of varying degree with onset or first recognition during pregnancy and it affects approximately 5% of all pregnancies all over the world. GDM is not only associated with adverse pregnancy outcomes such as macrosomia, dystocia, birth trauma, and metabolic complications in newborns, but it is also a strong predictor of transitioning to overt DM postpartum. The association of ABO blood groups with DM has been observed before in several epidemiological and genetic studies and resulted with inconsistent findings, but still there are not enough studies in the literature about the association of ABO blood groups with GDM. In this study, we aimed at investigating any possible relationship between the ABO blood group system and GDM and also the transitioning of GDM to overt DM postpartum, in Turkey.Patients and methods: A total of 233 patients with GDM from Kayseri Training and Research Hospital between 2002 and 2012 were included in the study. The cases that have serologically determined blood groups and Rh factor in the hospital records were included in the study, and the patients with unknown blood groups were excluded. Patients were classified according to blood groups (A, B, AB, and O and Rh status (+/-. GDM was diagnosed based on the glucose cut-points of the International Association of the Diabetes and Pregnancy Society Groups. The distributions of blood groups of the patients with GDM were compared with the distribution of blood groups of 17,314 healthy donors who were

  7. Obituary: Edwin E. Salpeter (1924-2008)

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    Trimble, Virginia; Terzian, Yervant

    2009-12-01

    Edwin E. Salpeter, who died 26 November 2008 at his home in Ithaca, NY, belonged to the "second wave" of Jewish scientific refugees from Nazi-dominated Europe, those who left as children just before the onset of WWII and so completed their educations elsewhere. Salpeter was born in Vienna on 3 December 1924, and arrived with his family in Australia in 1939, his father was a physicist and a close friend of Erwin Schrodinger. In Australia, he finished high school, and he entered the University of Sydney at the early age of 16. He received his BS and MSc degrees in physics and mathematics from the University of Sydney, before moving on to a PhD from the University of Birmingham in 1948, for work with Rudolf Peierls on the electrodynamic self-energy of the electron, the first of more than 380 inventoried publications. He had chosen Birmingham over Cambridge or Oxford because of Peierls, and then chose Cornell over Princeton because of Hans Bethe's presence there. His autobiography describes those as two of his very best decisions ever. Marrying psychobiology student Miriam (Mika) Mark less than a year after arriving at Cornell was surely the third, and they remained in Ithaca the rest of their lives, eventually collaborating on some projects in neurobiology before her death in 2000. Their household was a secular one, but (Ed told a colleague) their two daughters received a basic Jewish education "just in case." Daughter Shelley Salpeter and her son Nicholas Buckley were also collaborators with Salpeter on 21st century projects in meta-analysis, epidemiology, and other statistics-heavy problems in biomedicine. Ed Salpeter is survived by his second wife, Antonia (Lhamo) Shouse. Astronomers may be interested to learn that the Cornell press release announcing his death was prepared by Lauren Gold, daughter of Thomas Gold (and Carrie Gold) the co-author of the steady state theory. Apparently, Ed's father Jakob Salpeter late in life considered the anisotropy reported in the

  8. Nanoscale and Microscale Heat Transfer V (NMHT-V) EUROTHERM seminar No 108

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    Termentzidis, Konstantinos; Lacroix, David; Zianni, Xanthippi

    2017-01-01

    is the support by the Société Francaise de Thermique, LEMTA laboratory, CNRS, University. of Lorraine, Quantiheat European Project (S. Gomes), The European Research Group for Heat Transfer at the Nanoscale (S. Volz) and the Institute of Optic (P. Ben-Abdallah). The next NMTH conference is scheduled in Lapland, Finland, December 2018 and will be organized by Professor Mika PRUNILLA and the VTT (http://www.vttresearch.com) NMHT-V focused on ▪ Conductive heat transfer at short scales of length and time, ▪ Thermal radiation at subwavelength scale, ▪ Heat and mass transfer in solid/liquid interfaces The main topics of the seminar were ∘ Phonon, electron, mass transport ∘ Thermal Metrology at Micro/Nanoscales ∘ Computational Methods in Micro/Nanoscale Transport ∘ Micro/Nanoscale Interfacial Transport Phenomena ∘ Micro/Nanoscale Boiling and Condensation Heat Transfer ∘ Micro/Nanoscale Thermal Radiation ∘ Thermoelectricity/Thermophotovoltaics ∘ Biomedical Applications of Micro/Nanoscale Transport. Chairs K. Termentzidis, CNRS researcher, LEMTA-CNRS, Nancy, France D. Lacroix, Professor, LEMTA-Un. Lorraine, Nancy, France X. Zianni, Professor, TEI of Sterea Ellada, Greece Scientific Committee (22 members) J-H. Bahk, Un. Cincinnati, U.S. P. Ben-Abdallah, Institut d’Optique, Orsay, France O. Bourgeois, Institut Néel, Grenoble, France Y. Chalopin, EM2C, Châtenay-Malabry, France P.-O. Chapuis, CETHIL, INSA-Lyon, France S. Dilhaire, LOMA, Un. Bordeaux, France D. Donadio, Max-Planck, Germany S. Gomes, CETHIL, INSA-Lyon, France A. Kent, Un. Nottingham, U.K. A. Kittel, Un. Oldenburg, Germany E. Lampin, IEMN, Un. Lille 1, France V. Lysenko, INL, INSA-Lyon, France J. Lukes, University of Pennsylvania, U.S.A. M. Martin-Gonzalez, IMM, Spain S. Merabia, Intitut Lumière Matière, Lyon 1, France N. Papanikolaou, Demokritos, Greece G. Pernot, LEMTA, Un. Lorraine, France B. Perrin, INSP – Univ. Paris 6, France S. Shevlin, Materials Chemistry, UCL, U.K C. Sotomayor

  9. Population Mobility in Croatia from a Life Course Perspective

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    Ivan Čipin

    2016-04-01

    Full Text Available Spatial mobility receives a lot of research attention in Croatia. Many studies deal with international migration (Nejašmić, 2015; Lajić, 2002; Pokos, 1999; Gelo, Akrap and Čipin, 2005 as it is becoming an increasingly important component of population change. Movement of people within country also seeks thorough investigation – internal migration can have a considerable impact on the changing size and composition of population residing in local areas. However, existing literature on internal migration in Croatia (Klempić Bogadi and Lajić, 2014; Mikačić, 2000; Nejašmić, 1992 provides little information on lifetime population mobility. This paper employs a life course perspective to explore internal population mobility in Croatia. In the absence of cohort data on internal migration, the application of life table methods offers a way of estimating lifetime population mobility. The outcome is migration expectancy – the average number of moves an individual may expect to make during his or her lifetime (making allowance for the effect of mortality. Migration expectancy was first introduced by Wilber (1963 and further developed by Long (1970, 1973, 1988. The same concept has been successfully applied to assess internal population mobility in several countries (e.g. Long and Boertlein, 1976; Kulkarani and Pol, 1994; Bell, 1996; Rees et al., 2000; US Census Bureau, 2016. Migration expectancy offers a number of advantages compared to conventional measures of internal population mobility (Bell, 1996: 108–109; Bell et al., 2002: 446. Firstly, it is both readily understood and statistically valid. Computation of migration expectancy is transparent and straightforward – it requires the use of simple spreadsheet procedures. Secondly, migration expectancy enables a detailed examination of internal mobility timing. Thirdly, life table stationary population used to determine migration expectancy automatically standardizes for varying age

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    ODL Institutions For Establishing Integrated Distance Education System In India”, writen by Pankaj KHANNA and P. C. BASAK from Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU, INDIA. Their paper attempts to establisind connectivity between the ODL institutions would be achieved through the use of VPN (Virtual Private Network involving wireless networking and optical networking. Various benefits of providing VPN connectivity to the ODL institutions in India, such as cost effectiveness, security, and shared applications/services have also been discussed. 11th article is on “Cooperative Learning Environment With The Web 2.0 Tool E-Portfolios”, written by Soh OR KAN, from Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman Perak, MALAYSIA. This study main focuses are directed on developing a cooperative learning environment to promote an active learning environment of smart schools in Malaysia. Within this learning process, multimedia technology and Web 2.0 tools, namely, MyPortfolio were integrated to provide the students to learn on their own as well as to document their progress and experience within this cooperative learning environment. The core purpose of this study is to establish the impact on student learning, their perceptions and learning experiences of the cooperative learning environment using web 2.0 tools among the smart secondary schools students in Malaysia. Surveys were conducted to students to ascertain their reaction towards these learning environment activities. Next article is 12. This article entitle as “Student Preferences And Experiences In Online Thesis Advising: A Case Study of Universitas Terbuka” from MALAYSIA, written by Suciati, Universitas Terbuka Indonesia, Indonesia Open University, MALAYSIA.This study explored student perceptions of the thesis advising process and the use of online communication through the internet for thesis submission, correction and feedback. The study also tries to explain various factors influencing student perceptions and