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  1. Angela Merkel viibis kiirvisiidil Tallinnas

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    2008-01-01

    26. augustil 2008 Tallinnas ühepäevasel visiidil viibinud Saksamaa liidukantsler Angela Merkel kohtus president Toomas Hendrik Ilvese ja peaminister Andrus Ansipiga ning pidas loengu Kumu auditooriumis. Nii Eesti president kui Saksamaa liidukantsler hindasid Venemaa tegevust Gruusia vastu kui lubamatut agressiooni suveräänse riigi vastu

  2. Ma ei aktsepteeri Venemaa otsust / Angela Merkel

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    Merkel, Angela

    2008-01-01

    Ilmunud ka: Postimees 27. aug., lk. 14, Vesti Dnja 28. aug. lk. 5. Saksamaa liidukantsleri Angela Merkeli kõne Kumus 26. augustil: mitteametlik üleskirjutus. Ajal. Postimees tõlkija Liisi Poll, lüh

  3. Enno Toomsalu 30 aastat Chicago Eesti Maja president / Endel Sepp

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    Sepp, Endel

    2006-01-01

    1976. aastast Eesti Maja juhtinud Enno on kujundanud selle "väikeseks Eestiks", kus on korraldatud palju kultuuriüritusi. 19. märtsi koosolekul andis ta ameti nooremale, samas valiti ta Chicago Eesti Maja auliikmeks. Akadeemiliselt kuulub ta Korp! Frat. Estica´sse, teda on autasustatud korporatsiooni Kuldmärgiga teenete eest eestlusele ja Valgetähe 4. järgu ordeniga

  4. Angela Ndalianis: The Horror Sensorium: Media and the Senses

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    Schubart, Rikke

    2013-01-01

    review of Angela Ndalianis, The Horror Sensorium: Media and the Senses (Jefferson: McFarland, 2012)......review of Angela Ndalianis, The Horror Sensorium: Media and the Senses (Jefferson: McFarland, 2012)...

  5. Angela Carter o la memoria literaria

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    Montserrat Jofre

    2010-06-01

    Full Text Available El seu article “Angela Carter o la memoria literaria” presenta l’obra narrativa d’aquesta autora per passar a desenvolupar després una lectura del conte The Bloody Chamber en relació amb la contística de Perrault.

  6. Angela Carter o la memoria literaria

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    Jofre, Montserrat

    2010-01-01

    El seu article “Angela Carter o la memoria literaria” presenta l’obra narrativa d’aquesta autora per passar a desenvolupar després una lectura del conte The Bloody Chamber en relació amb la contística de Perrault.

  7. Angela Marcantonio ungari keeles / Ago Künnap

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    Künnap, Ago, 1941-

    2007-01-01

    Arvustus: A történeti nyelvészet és a magyar nyelv eredete. Angela Marcantonio v{u00E1logatott tanulm{u00E1nyai. Budapest : HUN-idea Kiado, 2006. [Ajalooline keeleteadus ja ungari keele päritolu. Angela Marcantonio valitud uurimused

  8. Chancellor Angela Merkel: A Celtic Satire

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    Anthony Stephens

    2006-09-01

    Full Text Available Glosses on Chancellor Angela Merkel: In ancient times the poets of Ireland and Scotland wrote satires on royals and chiefs they held to be administratively challenged and/or ungenerous to needy bards. The poems were not in strict form, but, generally, 17 line stanzas implied “should be put down”, while 13 line stanzas connoted “harmless but dim”. Walküre, whence Valkyrie, means “chooser of the slain” in Old German. In the bloodletting attending the formation of the present Grand Coalition in Germany, Edmund Stoiber was a casualty and withdrew, embittered, to lead Bavaria again. Angela is widely reported to find relief from the tensions of major political crises by baking cakes, a method more acceptable to the German middle-class than that once favoured by President Clinton. Prince Potemkin, lover and right-hand-man, of Czarina Catherine II, is – maybe slanderously – supposed to have had fake villages built in which actors mimed happy peasants as she drove past in her carriage. When Bush visited Angela’s provincial electorate, the real locals were sent somewhere else, while blokes from Germany’s security services replaced them, smiling, cheering and waving American flags. Consuming coffee and cake at 4 p.m. is the only Categorical Imperative that Germany absolutely obeys. The plot of Wagner’s Twilight of the Gods resembles a stale lamington, as do Germany’s present economic woes. The Grand Coalition is also looking crumbly and dry, despite Angela’s keeping it in the fridge in glad-wrap.

  9. Ernst Enno etluskonkursil kõlas saja aasta tagune luule / Krista Kumberg

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    Kumberg, Krista, 1959-

    2007-01-01

    Läänemaal toimus maakondlik Ernst Ennole pühendatud etluskonkurss. E. Enno nimelise etluskonkursi 2007 "Saja aasta tagused luuletused" parimad etlejad olid Mike Richard Koch, Janno Allika, Hanna Ring, Karl Poll, Britta Sool, Antero Rea, Jennifer Cohen, Brita Kaljuvee, Eva-Maria Brock, Kaupo Engel, Liisi Räli, Laivi Kovalenko, Merje Viigand, Carmen Freimann, Rauno Punk, Maarja Palmiste

  10. Tshastnaja zhizn angela / Andrei Ossipov ; interv. Nikolai Hrustaljov

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    Ossipov, Andrei

    2002-01-01

    Režissöör oma portreefilmist "Ohhota na angela ili Tshetõre ljubvi poeta i proritsatelja", mis jutustab tummfilmi näitleja Andrei Belovi elust ja armastusest tema elus. Film võitis festivalil "Kirjandus ja kino" kokku 4 auhinda, sealhulgas ka peaauhinna

  11. An interview with Angela Nieto. Interviewed by Eva Amsen.

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    Nieto, Angela

    2012-04-01

    Angela Nieto is Full Professor at the Instituto de Neurociencias (CSIC-UMH) in Alicante, Spain, and Head of the institute's Developmental Neurobiology Unit. She is also the current president of the Spanish Society for Developmental Biology (Sociedad Española de Biología del Desarollo, SEBD). We interviewed her to talk about the plans of the SEBD for the coming years.

  12. "Absindijoojad" ja "Eesti neiu" graafikute pilgu läbi / Enno Ootsing, Vive Tolli ; intervjueerinud Ellu Maar

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    Ootsing, Enno, 1940-

    2007-01-01

    Graafikud Enno Ootsing puugravüüri spetsialistina ja Vive Tolli sügavtrükispetsialistina Eduard Wiiralti töödest, erinevatest graafikatehnikatest ja nende iseärasustest, värvilise kõrg- ja sügavtrüki tegemise tehnilisest poolest ning tõmmisteks sobivatest paberitest

  13. EN LA TIENDA DE ANGELA PEREZ CON UN VECINO AGRICULTOR [Material gráfico

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    Anonymous

    1992-01-01

    ANGELA PEREZ Y UN VECINO AGRICULTOR TIENDA DE VIVERES QUE HABIA EN MADRELAGUA Copia digital. Madrid : Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deporte. Subdirección General de Coordinación Bibliotecaria, 2015

  14. Angela Merkel : NATO kaitseb Eestit Gruusia sündmuste kordumise eest / Raimo Poom

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    Poom, Raimo

    2008-01-01

    Saksamaa liidukantsleri Angela Merkeli visiit keskendus olukorrale Gruusias: kantsler taunis Venemaa otsust tunnistada Lõuna-Osseetia ja Abhaasia iseseisvust ning arvustas Venemaa venitamistaktikat rahuplaani elluviimisel. Lisa: Gruusiale viisalihtsustus ja abi

  15. Fotonäitus koduta loomade heaks / Indrek Galetin, Kerttu Rakke, Angela Aak ... [jt.

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    Galetin, Indrek

    2009-01-01

    Rotermani kvartalis 22.05.2009 avatud Indrek Galetini fotonäitus "Amour - Lemmikloomade eri". Kodutute loomade abistamiseks 20.07.2009 oksjonil müüdavate piltide valmimist kommenteerivad fotograaf ja modellid Kerttu Rakke, Angela Aak ja Max Kaur

  16. Angela Merkel pani saksa turistid rõõmust kiljuma ja peatas rongid / Eve Heinla

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    Heinla, Eve, 1966-

    2008-01-01

    Saksamaa liidukantsleri Angela Merkeli visiidist Tallinnasse, kohtumisest peaminister Andrus Ansipi ja president Toomas Hendrik Ilvesega. Vt. samas: Ilves: Euroopa seisab otsustamispiiril. Nii Eesti president kui Saksamaa liidukantsler hindasid Venemaa tegevust Gruusia vastu kui lubamatut agressiooni suveräänse riigi vastu; Saksa liidukantsler: NATO kaitseb Eestit; Kas turvamisel kasutati ka mõttetut imevitsa?

  17. Angela Merkel. Saksa raudne naiskantsler vallutab mõjuvõimsalt maailma / Erkki Bahovski

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    Bahovski, Erkki, 1970-

    2006-01-01

    Vt. ka Postimees : na russkom jazõke 6. sept. lk. 7. Ajakiri Forbes on nimetanud Saksamaa kantsleri Angela Merkeli maailma mõjuvõimsamaks naiseks. Riina Kionka ja Andres Kasekamp iseloomustavad kantsleri poliitikat ja rahvusvahelist rolli. Eesti peaministri Andrus Ansipi kohtumistest A. Merkeliga

  18. Kantsler Angela Merkel lubas Saksa majanduse käima tõmmata / Kaivo Kopli

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    Kopli, Kaivo

    2005-01-01

    Saksa kantsler Angela Merkel pidas parlamendis esimese programmilise kõne. Kriitikute hinnangul jäi Merkel üldsõnaliseks. Lisa: Saksamaa ei lase end shantazheerida. Vt. samas: Aino Siebert. Saksamaa liidukantsler saab palka töölepinguta

  19. SPEECH STRATEGIES AND TACTICS IN THE ANNUAL ADDRESSES OF ANGELA MERKEL

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    Eysfeld Evgeniy Aleksandrovich

    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available The article is devoted to studying speech strategies and tactics on the material of annual addresses of Angela Merkel. The author carries out the systematic linguistic analysis of her speeches in the period from 2005 to 2015 and reveals the dynamics of the speaker's stratagem and tactic complex development. The peculiarities of speech strategies and tactics used byAngela Merkel are investigated by the methods of continuous sampling and contextual analysis. As the research shows, the main speech strategies used by Angela Merkel in the analyzed texts are the following: the self-presentation strategy, the interpretation strategy, the argumentation strategy, the strategy of forming the addressee's emotional state, and the agitation strategy. Consequently, the implementation of these strategies through the set of speech tactics lets the speaker fulfil certain communicative objectives. In one of her annual speeches Angela Merkel aims to inform the audience, to interpret some facts or data, to assume confidence-building measures, to consolidate the people, to determine common tasks, to make audience believe in correctness of their political choice, to discredit political competitors, to stimulate recipients to take some actions etc. Moreover, the process of combining strategies and tactics promotes optimal achievement of communicative targets. The conclusions of this article may result in further academic research. Therefore the comparative analysis of speech strategies and tactics in Russian and German political discourse can be perspective of this study.

  20. Translating Memories: How Do You Read Me Now? The Art and Teaching of Angela Piehl

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    Finerman, Shara Hannah

    2008-01-01

    Angela Piehl is a contemporary artist and lesbian who has exhibited in the United States and the United Kingdom. She is Assistant Professor of drawing, painting, and digital art at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater. Piehl's artwork consists of loosely autobiographical narratives that address society's narrow definitions of gender roles. Her…

  1. Phytoplankton composition of the water and gastrointestinal tract of the mussel Diplodon enno (Ortmann, 1921) from São Francisco river (Bahia, Brazil).

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    Alves, T; Lima, P; Lima, G M S; Cunha, M C C; Ferreira, S; Domingues, B; Machado, J

    2016-06-01

    The knowledge on diet composition of the freshwater mussel Diplodon enno (Ortmann) would aid in its culture and propagation allowing, this way, the replacement of natural endangered populations in Brazil. Microalgae are the main food source for captive mussels and unionids have displayed an ability to sort algae based on the cellular characteristics prior to ingestion. The main objective of the present work is to analyze the phytoplankton composition of the water from and of the gastrointestinal contents of the mussel D. enno, as an initial step for development of a suitable rearing diet. Therefore, water samples and bivalve specimens were collected from S. Francisco River, city of Paulo Afonso, Bahia, Brazil. The microalgal composition found in water and stomach/gut content samples was very diverse being represented by the following divisions: Cyanophyta, Chlorophyta, Dinophyta and Heterokontophyta (Diatoms). Concerning the relative abundance of microalgae divisions, it is possible to state, for the water and gastrointestinal contents, that Cyanophyta represents 15% and 14%, Chlorophyta 54% in both, Heterokontophyta 31% and 27% and Dinophyta 0% and 5%, respectively. According to the Brazilian CETESB criteria for phytoplankton species classification, 50% of Cyanophyta and 15% of Chlorophyta species observed in the water samples were classified as "very frequent", as were 68% of Heterokontophyta and 33% of Chlorophyta species in the gut/stomach tract samples. Focusing at a species level, although in the water only Coelastrum sp. and Chroococcus sp. were observed in 100% and 75% of the samples, respectively, in the gastrointestinal tract the species Staurastrum sp., Aulacoseira sp., Scenedesmus sp. and Fragilaria crotonensis occurred in 80% to 100% of the samples. The present results showed that D. enno feeds not only on small chlorophytes microalgae, due to their convenient size that facilitates higher feeding rates, but also on large size diatoms, due to a possible

  2. Naine ei tohi, mida mees võib : Angela Marshall ei suutnud provotseerida ulatuslikku kunstiväitlust / Tõnis Erilaid

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    Erilaid, Tõnis, 1943-

    1998-01-01

    Los Angelese kunstniku Angela Marshalli näitus- müük Londonis Decima Gallerys. Kunstisündmus seisnes ostja portreteerimises, millele lisandus seksuaalakt. Piltide tegemisel kasutas kunstnik huulepulka.

  3. Redefining Female Desire: Angela Carter's Bloody Chamber

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    Sabrina Antonella Abeni

    2014-01-01

    This article focuses on the debate about the nature and representation of female sexual desire, on the trend to follow men patterns, who often would have been identified in pornography, involving Angela Carter’s work. This author has analyzed the issue of female desire in The Sadeian Woman, re-evaluating the use of pornography in "moral" sense, ie reversing the fundamentals and misogynistic stereotypes about the differences between the sexes. In contrast, scholars such as Andrea Dworkin...

  4. Book review: Doing a Systematic Review: A Student's Guide, edited by Angela Boland, M. Gemma Cherry & Rumona Dickson

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    Lecheler, S.

    2014-01-01

    Writing a systematic review is one of the most challenging aspects of the academic process. With Doing a Systematic Review: A Student’s Guide, Angela Boland, M. Gemma Cherry and Rumona Dickson aim to offer a detailed and effective guide to writing a successful systematic review. This takes the book

  5. Käi oma loomaga tervisekontrollis! / Kadri Kääramees, Angela Sarapuu, Veiko Meus-Salk ... [jt.] ; intervjueerinud Ille Grün-Ots

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    2012-01-01

    Vestlusest loomaarstide Kadri Kääramehe, Angela Sarapuu, Veiko Meus-Salki, Andrus Joosti ja Austrias töötava loomaanestesioloogi Heli Särega kui tihti tuleks käia lemmikloomaga tervisekontrollis

  6. The orality writing of Angela Lago: the representation of oral performance in “Sua Alteza, a Divinha”

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    Celso Sisto Silva

    2014-07-01

    Full Text Available The following article examines the work of Sua Alteza, a Divinha, the Brazilian children’s book author, Angela Lago through the lens of both popular culture and traditional storytelling. The article first objective is to identify within the author’s “re-tellings,” the persistence of narrative models, which traditional Brazilian storytelling has long kept alive. Its second objective is to verify within the author’s story whether the narrative model used differ from those of popular cultural tradition. In addition, the article looks at the author’s narrative techniques, which in some cases bring the texts closer to the common origins of the Brazilian story-telling tradition and in other cases transport them in entirely new directions. In so doing, the article seeks to identify Angela Lago’s unique story-telling model.

  7. Rezension: Anja Peltzer & Angela Keppler (2015. Die soziologische Film- und Fernsehanalyse. Eine Einführung

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    Sylka Scholz

    2016-11-01

    Full Text Available Anja PELTZER und Angela KEPPLER legen auf der Basis ihrer Expertise in der Fernsehforschung (KEPPLER bzw. Filmanalyse (PELTZER eine gelungene methodische Einführung in eine soziologische Forschungsperspektive auf mediale Produkte (Produktanalyse vor. Bezugnehmend auf die Wissenssoziologie von BERGER und LUCKMANN wird die These der medialen Konstruktion von Wirklichkeit in der mediatisierten Gegenwartsgesellschaft entwickelt. Die Methodologie ist im interpretativen Paradigma verortet. Der Forschungsprozess teilt sich in drei Phasen auf: Er umfasst erstens den Entwurf des Forschungsdesigns, zweitens die Detailanalyse des filmischen Materials und drittens die Verschriftlichung des Forschungsberichtes. Das Buch richtet sich insbesondere an Studierende und gibt ihnen konkrete Hilfestellung für die Durchführung einer Film- und Fernsehanalyse sowie das abschließende Verfassen einer Seminararbeit. Das vorgeschlagene Konzept einer Film- und Fernsehanalyse wird in Bezug zu aktuellen Entwicklungen in der soziologischen Disziplin gesetzt bezüglich der Etablierung sowohl einer Filmsoziologie als auch einer visuellen Soziologie und den damit verbundenen methodischen Tendenzen. URN: http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs1701117

  8. A crítica de Angela Carter ao falocentrismo em The bloody chamber and other stories

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    Bonnici, Thomas; Editor - UEM

    2008-01-01

    Neste trabalho analisam-se três contos de fada reescritos no livro The bloody chamber and other stories, de Angela Carter. Em ‘The courtship of Mr Lyon’, ‘The Tiger’s bride’ e Puss-in-Boots’ as estruturas patriarcais são expostas e denunciadas em suas estratégias para conter a sensualidade e a liberdade femininas. A fera, sinônimo da sensualidade, é desconstruída através do olhar recíproco e do relacionamento em nível de igualdade. A aproximação destemida da mulher em direção à fera e seu dom...

  9. Interpretación de la construcción de un racismo de Estado : política inmigratoria de Angela Merkel en Alemania (2005-2014)

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    Hernández Cortés, Clara Esperanza

    2016-01-01

    El objetivo de esta monografía es interpretar, desde la biopolítica, la construcción de un racismo de Estado en Alemania a través de la política inmigratoria bajo el mandato de Angela Merkel (2005-2014). Por medio de tres apartados se presenta de manera organizada la teoría de la biopolítica desarrollada por Michel Foucault, con sus postulados y conceptos principales, resaltando el concepto de racismo de Estado. También se enuncia de manera breve la historia de la inmigración en A...

  10. Circulation, mixing, and transport in nearshore Lake Erie in the vicinity of Villa Angela Beach and Euclid Creek, Cleveland, Ohio, September 11-12, 2012

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    Jackson, P. Ryan

    2013-01-01

    Villa Angela Beach, on the Lake Erie lakeshore near Cleveland, Ohio, is adjacent to the mouth of Euclid Creek, a small, flashy stream draining approximately 23 square miles and susceptible to periodic contamination from combined sewer overflows (CSOs) (97 and 163 CSO events in 2010 and 2011, respectively). Concerns over high concentrations of Escherichia coli (E. coli) in water samples taken along this beach and frequent beach closures led to the collection of synoptic data in the nearshore area in an attempt to gain insights into mixing processes, circulation, and the potential for transport of bacteria and other CSO-related pollutants from various sources in Euclid Creek and along the lakefront. An integrated synoptic survey was completed by the U.S. Geological Survey on September 11–12, 2012, during low-flow conditions on Euclid Creek, which followed rain-induced high flows in the creek on September 8–9, 2012. Data-collection methods included deployment of an autonomous underwater vehicle and use of a manned boat equipped with an acoustic Doppler current profiler. Spatial distributions of water-quality measures and nearshore currents indicated that the mixing zone encompassing the mouth of Euclid Creek and Villa Angela Beach is dynamic and highly variable in extent, but can exhibit a large zone of recirculation that can, at times, be decoupled from local wind forcing. Observed circulation patterns during September 2012 indicated that pollutants from CSOs in Euclid Creek and water discharged from three shoreline CSO points within 2,000 feet of the beach could be trapped along Villa Angela Beach by interaction of nearshore currents and shoreline structures. In spite of observed coastal downwelling, denser water from Euclid Creek is shown to mix to the surface via offshore turbulent structures that span the full depth of flow. While the southwesterly longshore currents driving the recirculation pattern along the beach front were observed during the 2011–12

  11. Aasta betoonehitis 2002 / Enno Rebane

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    Rebane, Enno, 1964-

    2003-01-01

    Betoonehitis 2002 - Tartu vangla, Kalle Rõõmuse Arhitektuuribüroo (projekteerija EstKONSULT, ehitaja AS Skanska EMV). Eriauhinnad: arhitektuurse lahenduse eest - Erki Valdre, Tuvi t. 12 korterelamud Tallinnas; projekteerijale - Eesti Projekt, Linnamäe hüdroelektrijaama taastamine (arhitekt Raine Karp); ehitusmaterjalitootjale - E-Betoonelement, STT katuseelement (Nefab Eesti AS pakenditehas, arhitektuurne lahendus - Tõnis Tarbe Arhitektuuribüroo)

  12. Claire Tallinnas / Angela Arraste

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    Arraste, Angela, 1953-

    2001-01-01

    Tantsija ja tantsupedagoog (Prantsusmaa) Claire Filmon saabus Eestisse 7. märtsil 2001, et valmistuda esinemiseks Frankofoonia festivali raames. Ta töötas ka TPÜ koreograafia õppetooli ja Fine 5 Tantsukooli tudengitega

  13. Angela van der Berg

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    MJM Venter

    weather events, droughts, floods, extreme hailstorms, gales, fires, earthquakes and the occurrence of sinkholes .... planning, storm-water management systems, gas and electricity regulation, firefighting services, environmental .... likely to occur in the municipal area, and their effects;56 a system of incentives that will promote.

  14. Contemporary Culture and the Undoing of Feminism: Review of Angela McRobbie's The Aftermath of Feminism: Gender, Culture and Social Change

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    Margaret Henderson

    2010-03-01

    Full Text Available A
 couple
 of
 times
 a
 year
 (usually
 around
 International
 Women’s
 Day
 or
 the
latest
 gender
 controversy
 there’ll
 be
 a
 journalist
 on
 the
 phone,
 asking
 me,
 ‘where
 is
 feminism
 now?’ 
Angela 
McRobbie’s
 The 
Aftermath 
of
 Feminism: Gender,
 Culture
 and
 Social
 Change
 provides
 the
 perfect
 answer,
 though
 one
 that
 probably
 won’t
 be
 dutifully
 reported
 in
 the
 pages
 of
 the
 Courier­ Mail.
 McRobbie
 has
 always
 been
 a
 preeminent
 figure
 in
 feminist
 cultural
 studies,
 and
 this
 work
 highlights
 her
 continuing 
importance.
Indeed, The 
Aftermath 
of 
Feminism
 reminds
 us 
of 
the 
power
 of 
feminist 
cultural
 studies 
to 
explain
 what’s 
going 
on,
whether
 this 
is 
in 
the
media,
 popular
 culture,
 everyday
 life,
 governmentality,
 the
 corporate
 world,
 or
 their
 interrelationships.
 And
 McRobbie’s
 diagnosis
 of
 ‘a
 social
 and
 cultural
 landscape
 which
 could
 be
 called
 post‐feminist’
 
is
 uncompromising,
 far‐reaching 
in
 scope,
 and 
deeply 
disturbing.

  15. Walter Benjamin ja lugemismõnu / Aija Sakova-Merivee

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    Sakova-Merivee, Aija, 1980-

    2014-01-01

    Arvustus: Benjamin, Walter. Lapsepõlv Berliinis 1900. aasta paiku : valik esseid. II / Walter Benjamin ; saksa keelest tõlkinud Mati Sirkel ; koostanud ja järelsõna: Marek Tamm. Tallinn : Kultuurileht, 2014. (Loomingu raamatukogu ; 2014, nr. 9/11)

  16. Ehitusmaterjalide toodang mais ja juunis / Enno Rebane

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    Rebane, Enno, 1964-

    2005-01-01

    Eesti ettevõtted müüsid statistikaameti andmetel 2005. a. mais tööstustoodangut 7,02 miljardi krooni eest, sealhulgas töötleva tööstuse ettevõtted 6,35 miljardi krooni eest. 2005. a. juunis müüdi tööstustoodangut 6,87 miljardi krooni eest, sealhulgas töötleva tööstuse ettevõtted 6,28 miljardi krooni eest

  17. PAUL A. SHAPIRO, The Kishinev Ghetto, 1941–1942. A Documen-tary History of the Holocaust in Romania’s Contested Borderlands. With chronology by Radu Ioanid and Brewster Chamberlin and translations by Angela Jianu. Tuscaloosa, AL: University of Alabam

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    Suveica, Svetlana

    2016-12-01

    Full Text Available Review on the book PAUL A. SHAPIRO, The Kishinev Ghetto, 1941–1942. A Documen-tary History of the Holocaust in Romania’s Contested Borderlands. With chronology by Radu Ioanid and Brewster Chamberlin and translations by Angela Jianu. Tuscaloosa, AL: University of Alabam

  18. Review: Angela Kaupp (2005. Junge Frauen erzählen ihre Glaubensgeschichte. Eine qualitativ-empirische Studie zur Rekonstruktion der narrativen religiösen Identität katholischer junger Frauen [Young Women Tell Their Story of Faith

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    Viera Pirker

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available In her dissertation on religious pedagogy, Angela KAUPP examines the part played by religiousness in the life stories of young women brought up as Catholics in Germany. The categories of gender and religiousness are still neglected fields in youth studies and KAUPP's readable study closes a gap in research on religious and social-scientific research on pedagogy. The interviewees consider gender and religiousness to be independent and to have few implications for their life stories. They attribute high importance to religious communication, relations and spaces as part of formal and informal religious settings such as the liturgy and prayer groups. KAUPP's work indicates that biographical research is a promising method for the exploration of the development of young adults' identities in the context of religiousness and gender. URN: urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs0701183

  19. Ernst Enno 121 : [Ernst Enno nimelise kirjandusliku omaloominguvõistluse 1996. aasta paremad luuletused

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    1996-01-01

    Janek Nee (Haapsalu Wiedemanni gümnaasiumi 11. kl.). Teed lõpmatusse; Liina Krips (Haapsalu gümnaasiumi 12. kl.). Inimene, 'Olin arvanud, et minust hoolitakse...'; Loola Hütt (Haapsalu sanatoorse internaatkooli 13. kl.). 'Mäletad kui hele oli kuu..., 'Jälle ei jõa kuu...', 'Suveöö sumedates silmapilkudes...'; Evelin Lillepuu (Taebla gümnaasiumi 9. kl.). Tuul; Anne Roovere (Kullamaa keskk. 8. kl.). See on koht; Martin Kaasik (Haapsalu Wiedemanni gümnaasiumi 7. kl.). Vembumehed; Külli Kivi (Haapsalu Wiedemanni gümnaasiumi 9. kl.). Vaikus

  20. The pleasurable aspects of breakdown / Angela Wheeler

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    Wheeler, Angela

    2016-01-01

    Rahvusvaheline grupinäitus „Parandamise esteetika tänapäeva Gruusias“ Tartu Kunstimuuseumis ja sellega kaasnev kataloog annab ülevaate sotsiaalsetest dünaamikatest ning materjalikultuurist tänapäeva Gruusias

  1. "Guji, Guji, Angela]" Family planning programme.

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    She, W

    1997-08-01

    Demand for contraception and sterilization among women in Tibet is high. In 1966, when a family planning service team was sent to Namling County by the Maternal and Child Health Hospital (MCHH) of the Region, more than 500 women from six local townships arrived at the county MCHH seeking surgical sterilization. Since only one doctor was available to do ligation, most of the women were turned away; however, they would not leave until they were given a written appointment for a future date. In 1996, a 27-year-old Tibetan mother from Baxoi County, who had 5 children, traveled for 2 days, with 2 of her children, to a county town to be sterilized. A woman from Tingri County, who had 4 children, reached a county hospital only to be asked to return home; again, there were only one or two doctors available. She gave birth to a 5th child and returned to the hospital; again, the doctor was unavailable. Since then, she has delivered a 6th child. According to Bai Lang (secretary of the County Party committee), who spoke before the Regional Family Planning Committee, Namling County's nationally recognized poverty could have been alleviated if family planning had been implemented earlier. Family planning policy has been accepted well there.

  2. Redefining Female Desire: Angela Carter's Bloody Chamber

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    Sabrina Antonella Abeni

    2014-03-01

    This article analyses some passages of those tales, combining them with the ideas expressed by the author in her famous essay, demonstrating the originality and unconventionality of her interpretation of female desire, subject to misunderstanding and disputes, but strongly appreciated in recent years .

  3. Saksakeelne kultuuripärand Ida-Euroopas ja selle digiteerimine / Aija Sakova-Merivee

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    Sakova-Merivee, Aija, 1980-

    2015-01-01

    Ülevaade 27.–28. aprillini 2015 Saksamaal Regensburgis toimunud rahvusvahelisest seminarist „Saksakeelse kultuuripärandi digiteerimine Ida-Euroopas” (Digitizing German-language cultural heritage from Eastern Europe)

  4. Vaimuliku ja ajalookirjutaja Timann Brakeli "Kristlik vestlus" (1579) kui alahinnatud ajalooallikas / Aija Sakova-Merivee

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    Sakova-Merivee, Aija, 1980-

    2014-01-01

    Arvustus: Timann Brakel, Peter von Brakel. Christlich Gesprech. Darstellung der Geshcichte Livlands vor und während des "Livländischen Krieges" bis 1578 in gereimter Dialogform und Prosa von dem Prediger und Geschichtsschreiber Timann Brakel. Originaltext und Kommentaren, Erzählungen, Bildern und dem Lebenslauf des Timann Brakel. (Beiträge zur baltischen Geschichte, Band 19). Hirschheydt, 2012

  5. Palve : [luuletused] / Ernst Enno ; [Impressioonid]: Viiu Härm

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    Enno, Ernst, 1875-1934

    2004-01-01

    Sisu: Palve ; Ma kuulan ; Imeline helin ; Nad langesid tasa, tasa ; Nii tasa mängisid lained ; Mu õnn ; iks ruttad, väsinud rändaja? ; Valge öö ; Kui ärkab ; Kui virmalised vehklevad ; Vii ära ; Väike paju ; Kui sõuaks igavikku ; Ei me suutnud ; Sügisel ; Su silmis ; Ja jälle sõuab ; Jõulurõõm ; Igatseja kodu ; Hääd ööd! ; Õhtu Pühajärvel ; Peipsi kaldal ; Õhtu ; Kodune ilu! ; Rannal ; Ma tulen hilja ; Märgitud ; Nõmmeallik, Õhtule! ; Kurbus ; Vesiroos ; Kojuigatsus ; Õhtu kodutalus ; Kevade õhtul ; Mu tuba on väike ; Kodukask ; Kallimeelsed ; Jutluse ajal ; Kauge kõlin ; Suvel ; Hall laul ; Igatsus ; Põud ; Ta tuli ; Suvi ; Hõõgamine ; Rändaja õhtulaul ; Tuul alulis ; Võiks otsast alata ; Kolm eite ; Nõmme pääl ; Nõmmeigatsus ; Vanaisa surm ; Karjamaal, Kas sa iial ei küsi ; Imelikku rada pikka! ; Üks lilleke ; Sütti, sütti! ; Noore suve muinasjutt ; Su omasem silmapilk ; Igatsus; Kullerkupp ; Öö valge on õnn ; Tartu valgel ööl ; Vari ; Hääd jällenägemist ; Ühele sõbrale ; Nii läbisegi jooned ; Hõbemeelne luul ; Kui suri lill ; Sind jumalaga jätsin sääl ; Ja eluvalgus, see on nende and ; Ja saadus hing ; Sügise ; Kodu imelisem töö ; Ja pisarad sul kipuvad silma ; Nad läevad pikas reas ; Nad ei vaata tagasi! ; Kadunud kodu! ; Sa oled inime ; Meil kõigil ühine on pulmapidu ees ; Ja jahtund süda jäta ilmale ; Siis vaikivad kõik mõtted ; Nii vaikseks kõik on jäänud ; Siin-sääl kui katkend viisid ; Nii, nii see küll ikka oli ; Ei ole tühi jutt ; Oli viisiks koju tulla ; Tuba, väike tuba ; Sa ära küsi ; Kuulmata kuskil kumiseb kodu ; Mere ääres tuba vaikne ; Ei ükski neist armasta mind ; Igatsus ; Lumesõda ; Tuul käib tühjal rannal ringi ; Üks rohutirts läks kõndima ; Hilissuvi ; Tähte väli vaatas vette ; Valge unustus

  6. Logistika roll innovatsiooni juhtimises / Enno Lend, Valev Reinhold

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    Lend, Enno

    2004-01-01

    Nii logistika kui innovatsioon on suunatud konkurentsieelise saavutamisele: kui innovatsiooni probleemiks on, missuguseid väärtuslikke uuendusi inimestele nende vajaduste rahuldamiseks luua/pakkuda, siis logistikas otsitakse vastust küsimusele, kuidas selleks võimalikult efektiivsemalt ressursse kasutada. Skeemid

  7. Aasta Betoonehitis 2003 - elamu mere kaldal / Enno Rebane

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    Rebane, Enno, 1964-

    2004-01-01

    2003. a. parim betoonehitis - arhitekt Emil Urbeli kavandatud eramu (projekteerija TA Konsult OÜ, betoonitööde teostaja Mapri Projekt OÜ). Eriauhinna arhitektuurse lahenduse eest sai Siiri Vallneri, Hanno Grossschmidti ja Tomomi Hayashi kavandatud Lasnamäe spordihoone (projekteerija TA Konsult OÜ, ehitasid Eesti Ehitus OÜ, AS E-Betoonelement - ka betoonisegu tarnija) ja betoonitehnoloogia eest AS E-Betoonelement Ekseko seafarmi sõnnikuhoidla eest Viljandimaal. IV betoonipäevast

  8. Номинативное поле социоперсонального концепта Kanzlerin Angela Merkel - канцлер Ангела Меркель

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    Тамерьян, Т. Ю.; Цаголова, В. А.

    2013-01-01

    В статье рассматриваются понятийные конститутивные признаки концепта "Kanzlerin Angela Merkel" / "канцлер Ангела Меркель" в немецкой лингвокультуре.

  9. Integrating TOM into environmental projects, Angela B. Quinlan

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    Caldwell, J.A.

    1992-01-01

    Responsible and cost-effective waste management and environmental restoration are best achieved when the principles and procedures of Total Quality Management are made an integral part of the process. By describing three case histories, we explore and explain techniques for using TQM in environmental projects. Key aspects considered include: quality measurement systems; establishing and maintaining standard operating procedures; management and technical peer review; the use of Quality Improvement Teams; Roadmapping (a new procedure that the US Department of Energy is incorporating into environmental restoration programs); and the role of audit teams in document production. The three case histories covered include: The Department of Energy's Uranium Mill Tailings Remedial Action Project on which Roadmapping and Quality Improvement Teams have led to significant changes in procedures; the EPA ARCS program on which adoption of project management Standard Operating Procedures enhanced cost and schedule control; the Jacobs Engineering TQM program that emphasizes performance measurement and management and project technical peer review

  10. Mait Agu nimelise tantsustipendiumi saab Janek Savolainen / Angela Arraste

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    Arraste, Angela, 1953-

    2000-01-01

    Mait Agu nim. tantsustipendium loodi 1999.a. Tallinna Pedagoogikaülikooli kultuuriteaduskonna koreograafia õppetooli ettepanekul. Stipendium antakse üliõpilasele, kes on eelneva aasta jooksul olnud edukas õppetöös ning osa võtnud erinevatest tantsulistest projektidest

  11. President sai hindeks 6,8, Meri võimalus 4,2 / interv. Enno Tammer

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    1996-01-01

    Intervjuu Riigikogu liikmetega presidendi senisest tööst ja L. Meri kandidatuuri võimalustest presidendivalimistel. Küsimustele vastavad R. Üksvärav, S. Oviir, A. Tarand, T. Jürgenson, A. Varik, S. Ivanov, A. Veidemann, H. Kranich ja M. Siimann

  12. Müüdid ja faktid põlevkivi kaevandamise keskkonnakahjulikkusest / Enno Reinsalu

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    Reinsalu, Enno, 1936-

    2006-01-01

    Ilmunud ka: Severnoje Poberezhje 6. jaan. lk. 2, Mente et Manu 18. jaan. lk. 3. TTÜ emeriitprofessori hinnangul võib organiseeritud vastuseis meie põlevkivitööstusele lähendada Eestit gaasi- ja naftasõltlase seisusele

  13. Valitsejad püsinud aasta otsa pukis / interv. Enno Tammer

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    2000-01-01

    Küsimustele, mis puudutavad valitsuse saavutusi ja probleeme, vastavad valitsuse liikmed M. Laar, J. Luik, T. Loodus, T. Lukas, T. Jürgenson, S. Kallas, M. Rask, S. Kivi, H. Kranich, T. Asmer, T.-H. Ilves, E. Nestor, M. Pärnoja, I. Padar, K. Saks

  14. Kuidas sertifitseerida kaupa, mis läheb Venemaale / Enno Aloe

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    Aloe, Enno

    1995-01-01

    Kommentaarid kohustuslikule sertifitseerimisele kuuluva Venemaale sisseveetava kauba sertifitseerimise kohta. Kinnitatud 15. sep. 1994. a., jõustunud 1. okt. 1994. a.; Lisa 1: Kohustuslikult sertifitseerimisele kuuluvate kaupade ja teenuste nimistu; Lisa 3: Rahvusvahelised sertifitseerimissüsteemid, millega Venemaa on ühinenud. Tõlkeallikas: Pravo i Ekonomika, 1994, Nr. 35

  15. Sõit-sõit läbi salu : [luuletused] / Ernst Enno

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    Enno, Ernst, 1875-1934

    2000-01-01

    Sisu: Sõit-sõit läbi salu ; Juss oli väike peremes ; Juss päikesele ; Õhtulaul ; Tipa kooliteel ; Patsu, patsu, kooki ; Tipa-tapa hällilaul ; Üks rohutirts läks kõndima ; Laps ja tuul ; Puder ; Sügisel ; Tuul käib tühjal rannal ringi ; Sügisel ; Tikk, takk ; Hällilaul ; Koju ; Kus mu väike linnukene ; Kured tulevad ; Notsu laul ; Tibukese unenägu ; Marjule ; Emakene ; Aha ai, aha pai ; Väike rohutirts ; Sula ; Kaks jänest ; Uisutajad

  16. Osobnjak na beregu morja - lutshsheje betonnoje strojenije 2003 goda / Enno Rebane

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    Rebane, Enno, 1964-

    2004-01-01

    2003. a. parim betoonehitis - arhitekt Emil Urbeli kavandatud eramu (projekteerija TA Konsult OÜ, betoonitööde teostaja Mapri Projekt OÜ). Eriauhinna arhitektuurse lahenduse eest sai Siiri Vallneri, Hanno Grossschmidti ja Tomomi Hayashi kavandatud Lasnamäe spordihoone (projekteerija TA Konsult OÜ, ehitasid Eesti Ehitus OÜ, AS E-Betoonelement - ka betoonisegu tarnija) ja betoonitehnoloogia eest AS E-Betoonelement Ekseko seafarmi sõnnikuhoidla eest Viljandimaal. IV betoonipäevast

  17. Saarte juurdepääsetavuse ja majandusarengu seosed / Enno Lend

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    Lend, Enno

    2005-01-01

    Lisaks transpordiühenduse nüüdisajastamisele tuleb Saaremaa ja Hiiumaa ettevõtete konkurentsivõime säilitamiseks ning tõstmiseks autori arvates tegeleda ka tehnoloogia- ja personaliinnovatsiooniga. Kaart. Skeemid. Diagrammid. Tabelid

  18. Tallinna linna- ja gümnaasiumi trükikoda ehk 380 aastat trükikunsti Tallinnas / Aija Sakova-Merivee

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    Sakova-Merivee, Aija, 1980-

    2015-01-01

    Alanud aasta alguses esitlesid Tallinna Ülikooli Akadeemiline Raamatukogu ja Tallinna Linnaarhiiv ühist trükist „Tallinna linna- ja gümnaasiumi trükikoda (1634–1828). Näituse kataloog”. Autor annab ülevaate nii näitusest kui selle kataloogist

  19. I distrust self-declared patent solutions. Interview with Dr. Angela Merkel, Federal Minister of the Environment; Mich stoeren vermeintliche Patentrezepte. Interview mit Bundesumweltministerin Dr. Angela Merkel

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    Merkel, A. [Bundesministerium fuer Umwelt, Naturschutz und Reaktorsicherheit, Bonn (Germany); Roehrlich, D.

    1995-12-31

    Dr. Merkel answered questions on energy supply and environmental protection. The following subjects were discussed: Efficient use of energy, legal regulations, energy mix, developments in nuclear technology, better acceptance of renewable energy sources, nuclear phase-out - not a feasible alternative, increasing acceptance of waste incineration plants. (BWI) [Deutsch] Der vorliegende Beitrag gibt ein Interview mit der Bundesumweltministerin Merkel zu Fragen der Energieversorgung und des Umweltschutzes wider. In diesem Zusammenhang werden folgende Themenbereiche diskutiert: Effizientere Energienutzung, rechtliche Regelungen, Zusammensetzung der eingesetzten Energietraeger, Weiterentwicklung der Kerntechnologie, Abbau von Hemmnissen bei erneuerbaren Energiequellen, Verzicht auf Kernkraft nicht sinnvoll, zunehmende Akzeptanz fuer Muellverbrennungsanlagen. (BWI)

  20. Eesti kirjandus on suurem kui paistab / Pille-Riin Larm

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    Larm, Pille-Riin, 1981-

    2015-01-01

    Tartu Ülikoolis kaitstud Kairit Kauri, Mart Velskeri ja Aija Sakova-Merivee kirjandusalastest doktoritöödest. Lähemalt Aija Sakova-Merivee saksakeelsest dissertatsioonist "Väljakaevamine ja mäletamine. Mälutöö ja moraalse tunnistamise mõttepildid Ene Mihkelsoni ja Christa Wolfi romaanides". Tartu, 2014

  1. Iraagist naasnud Leo Kunnas : sõja nimi on sõda / Leo Kunnas ; interv. Enno Tammer

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    Kunnas, Leo, 1967-

    2005-01-01

    Iraagist naasnud kolonelleitnant vastab küsimustele, mis puudutavad Iraagi-missiooni ja selle pikendamist, Eesti kaitseväelaste osalemist missioonil ning Eesti riigipiiri rikkumisi Vene sõjalennukite poolt. Lisa: Kiirarvamus

  2. Water Seri raskused partnerite kanda. Tõehetk sel nädalal / Alyona Stadnik ; kommenteerinud Tõnis Kurrik, Enno Heringson

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    Stadnik, Alyona

    2011-01-01

    Sindi Vesi muutis kuu pärast riigihanke väljakuulutamist linna vee- ja kanalisatsioonitorustike hanke tingimust, täitmistagatise garantii tuleb esitada 28 päeva jooksul pärast lepingule allakirjutamist. Töid alustanud Water Ser Lääne-Eesti pole siiani garantiid esitanud. Vt. ka: Stadnik, Alyona. Water Ser esitas Sindi projektile garantiipaberi. Äripäev 26. mai, lk. 9

  3. Peaminister : Euroopa Liiduga ühinemise otsustab rahvas / Mart Laar ; interv. Dirk Koch, tõlk. Margus Enno

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    Laar, Mart, 1960-

    2000-01-01

    Ilmunud ka: Järva Teataja 17. okt. lk. 2. Eesti peaminister vastab Der Spiegeli küsimustele, mis puudutavad Eesti ühinemisläbirääkimisi EL-iga, Eesti rahva osast ühinemisotsuse langetamisel, Eesti soovist saada NATO liikmeks. Avaldatud lühendatult. Autor: Isamaaliit

  4. Kui kõik on kõigile võlgu / Liivi Tamm ; kommenteerinud Indrek Peterson, Enno Rebane, Jaan Luts

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    Tamm, Liivi, 1978-

    2010-01-01

    Ehituses on peatöövõtjaid, kes on võlgu alltöövõtjatele või tarnijatele, maksmata jäetakse nii meelega kui ka rahapuudusest. Võlgu olemise probleem on terav ka ehitusmaterjalitootmise sektoris

  5. Kaks mõrva ühes mesilasperes ehk laibarida ei tule / Lauri Tabur ; interv. Enno Tammer

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    Tabur, Lauri, 1974-

    2005-01-01

    Keskkriminaalpolitsei ülem vastab küsimustele, mis puudutavad Tallinna koolitüdruku Veronika Dari, eestikeelse allilma väidetava liidri Kalev Kure ning ärimees Kauri Koppeli mõrvu Tallinnas. Lisa: Kiirarvamus

  6. Abikaasade varalised õigused ja kohustused perekonnaõiguses : [bakalaureusetöö] / Mairis Kungla ; Akadeemia Nord, õigusteaduskond ; juhendaja: Enno Oidermaa

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    Kungla, Mairis

    2000-01-01

    Ajalooline ülevaade abikaasade varalistest õigustest ja kohustustest Rooma õiguses, Balti Eraseaduses, ENSV abielu- ja perekonnakoodeksis, kehtivas õiguses. Abieluvaraleping abikaasade varaliste õiguste ja kohustuste alusena

  7. Isast põlvnemise õiguslik regulatsioon Eesti Vabariigis : [bakalaureusetöö] / Maris Kask ; Akadeemia Nord, õigusteaduskond ; juhendaja: Enno Oidermaa

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    Kask, Maris

    2006-01-01

    Perekonnaõiguse arengust ning põlvnemise õiguslikust regulatsiooniste Eesti Vabariigi territooriumil, põlvnemise õiguslik regulatsioon perekonnaseaduse järgi, õiguslikke probleeme isast põlvnemise regulatsioonis

  8. Feministlik poliitika ja institutsioonikriitika / Angela Dimitrakaki ; tõlkinud Katrin Kivimaa

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    Dimitrakaki, Angela

    2011-01-01

    Ettekanne sümpoosionil "Common Differences: Issues for Feminist Curating in Post-Socialist Europe" Eesti Kunstiakadeemias 27. mail 2011. Kuratoorse ühisvara idee nõuab kahekordset distantseerumisakti - eemaldumist kapitali huvides töötavatest (kunsti)institutsioonidest ning kunsti ja kunstiajaloo teenistusest

  9. Feminist politics and institutional critiques: imagining a curatorial commons / Angela Dimitrakaki

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    Dimitrakaki, Angela

    2012-01-01

    Feministlikust poliitikast kunstis, kuratoorse ühisvara ideest, mis nõuab kahekordset distantseerumisakti - eemaldumist kapitali huvides töötavatest (kunsti)institutsioonidest ning kunsti ja kunstiajaloo teenistusest

  10. Angela's children: how the communist legacy turned against itself in ILWU local 6

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    Albert Vetere Lannon

    2009-03-01

    Full Text Available La construcción de ciertos sindicatos norteamericanos por el Congreso de Organizaciones Industriales en la década de 1930 dependía del apoyo y del personal proporcionbado por el Partido Comunista (PC. Entre éstos se encontraba el Sindicato Internacional de Estibadores y Almacenes (ILWU y varios de sus principales sindicatos locales. El Sindicato Local de Estibadores 6, un sindicato local que en el norte de California abarcaba muchos tipos de trabajadores -tantos como 18.000 en sus días de gloria-fue uno de los mayores logros del PC en la década de 1940 y desde entonces los comunistas influyeron en las políticas de los sindicatos locales por años. En la década de 1970 una nueva generación de miembros del PC y otros izquierdistas entraron en la unión con la intención de recuperar influencia y poder. En alianza con un grupo de nacionalistas mexicanos, el ala “Rank and File Coalition” del PC apuesta por el poder y, al hacerlo, produce una ola de violencia interna sin precedentes que condujo a varios asesinatos, dejando en última instancia el Sindicato debilitado y dividido. Este artículo, escrito por un observador cercano con investigaciones adicionales, examina los acontecimientos y personalidades que-en nombre de los trabajadores-casi destruyeron una organización de trabajadores.__________ABSTRACT:The building of certain American unions by the Congress of Industrial Organizations in the 1930s depended on support and personnel supplied by the Communist Party (CP. Among those was the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU and several of its major local unions. Warehouse Union Local 6, a Northern California local embracing many kinds of workers -as many as 18,000 in its heyday- was one of the CP’s major achievements in the 1940s and Communists influenced local union policies for years. In the 1970s a new generation of CP members and other leftists entered the union with the intent of regaining influence and power. In an alliance with a group of Mexican nationalists, the CP’s "Rank and File Coalition" bid for power and in so doing embraced and supported an unprecedented wave of internal violence which led to several killings, ultimately leaving the union weakened and divided. This paper, written by a close observer with additional research, examines the events and personalities which -in the name of the workers- almost destroyed a workers’ organization

  11. Recensi??n/ Book review: Angela Davis (2004). Mujeres, raza y clase. Madrid: Akal

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    Mart??nez Tijeras, Marta

    2014-01-01

    "Mujer, raza y clase", es una de las principales aportaciones del feminismo negro. Pese a no ser actual, es un libro esencial para comprender la teor??a de la interseccionalidad y, por ende, adquirir herramientas para visibilizar las realidades de las personas que se encuentran en situaciones de vulnerabilidad.

  12. Riscrivere i testi sacri in chiave femminista: The Passion of New Eve di Angela Carter

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    Eleonora Federici

    2016-11-01

    Full Text Available Carter’s text is extremely interesting as a text type being a mixture of different literary genres, allusions to canonical texts and to popular culture. Moreover, the text is challenging from a lexical perspective. Carter’s stylistic choice is a contextually motivated choice given by her willingness to deconstruct Western myths and patriarchal ideologies on gender, race and class. Places, wastelands of this dystopic novel; it is a story of desert places, forgotten cities and dystopic spaces which remind the Bible and the New Testament.  The rewriting of sacred texts is carried on through parody and rhetorical strategies such as metaphor and metonymy.  All these elements support the persuasive technique utilized by the writer who possesses a subversive feminist potential.

  13. The influence of emotional intelligence of managers on job insecurity and coping behaviour / Angela Rae Wahl

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    Wahl, Angela Rae

    2011-01-01

    Job insecurity in the current global climate has escalated and more organisations are engaged in downsizing and restructuring in an attempt to survive under difficult economic conditions. At the same time, organisations are also exposed to structural reforms and international competition leading to transformations in the labour market. Jordan, Ashkanasy and Hartel (2002) developed a model to explain the effect of job insecurity on employees’ coping behaviour. In their two stage model they pro...

  14. Tamula rannaala ideevõistluse võitis lustakas nägemus

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    2008-01-01

    Võistlusele esitatud tööde näitus Võrumaa Muuseumis. Preemiasaajate nimed. Võidutöö nimetusega "Lust" autor on K. Enno Arhitektuuribüroo koosseisus Kaie Enno, Leles Luhse, Maria Zeleznova ja Rein Ailt

  15. Bomb Me: Trans/acting Subject into Object, an Installation for R.I. Simon and Angela Failler

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    Saklikar, Renée Sarojini

    2014-01-01

    This installation is one of a series made and being made while the author writes a life-long poem chronicle, "thecanadaproject." The photographs were taken as the author sifted through her personal archive--a collection that is at once intimate and filled with fragments from a public repository: that of the bombing of an airplane in…

  16. Viljandimaa läheb messile turiste tooma / Hans Väre ; kommenteerinud Tõnis Korts, Angela Aru

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    Väre, Hans, 1979-

    2010-01-01

    Viljandimaa turismipiirkond on Tallinnas 12. veebr. 2010 algaval messil esindatud avara boksiga. Kommenteerivad Viljandi maavalitsuse arenguosakonna juhataja ja Viljandi turismi-infokeskuse konsultant

  17. The adventures of the Randy Professor and Angela the Sugar Mummy: sex in fictional serials in Ugandan popular magazines.

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    Gysels, M; Pool, R; Nyanzi, S

    2005-11-01

    In 1996 newspaper vendors in Ugandan towns started selling a new kind of locally produced 'lifestyle' magazine. On the covers there were young, scantily dressed girls and inside news articles, fictional serials, lifestyle articles, agony aunt columns, etc. The new magazines gained an enormous popularity in a short space of time. Everywhere people were seen reading them and copies became brown and tattered from use. Using content analysis, we analyse the fictional serials which appeared in three of these magazines. We focus on these because they were the most sexually explicit type of content and, from a public health perspective, the most relevant with regard to HIV prevention. The stories were presented as simple entertainment, depicting the adventures of stereotypical characters. They provided people with explicit and unrestricted sexual fantasy which was, at the same time, devoid of any real risk. Although they could be interpreted as providing a discourse which challenged the main messages of HIV-prevention campaigns (sex is good for you, have as much of it as possible, and don't let condoms spoil the enjoyment), they also suggest that behaviour change may be more popular if sex and sexual health are not separated from sexual pleasure, and safe sex is promoted from a positive perspective (emphasis on sexual enjoyment) rather than a negative one (prevention of disease). The popularity of the magazines underscores the importance of entertainment value when discussing sex, and suggests alternative possibilities for disseminating health messages. Illustrated popular magazines such as those discussed here could be suitable as intervention, though they would need some adaptation to counter gender stereotypes and sexual violence.

  18. Tamula rannaala planeering = Competition of spatial planning of the Tamula lakeside area, Võru / Dace Kalvane

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    Kalvane, Dace

    2008-01-01

    Žürii liige Võru Tamula järve rannaala mahulise planeeringu rahvusvahelisest ideekonkursist, auhinnatud töödest. Võidutöö "Lust" autorid on Kaie Enno, Leles Luhse, Maria Zeleznova ja Rein Ailt (Kaie Enno Arhitektuuribüroo)

  19. Saksa valimisi kummitab ajalootaak / Jeroen Bult

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    Bult, Jeroen

    2005-01-01

    Saksamaa parlamendivalimiste kantslerikandidaatide - sotsiaaldemokraat Gerhard Schröderi ja kristliku demokraadi Angela Merkeli valimiskampaaniatest ning välispoliitilistest ideedest. Lisa: Angela Merkel

  20. Rahvatantsuharrastus paguluseestlaste hulgas ja selle roll eestluse säilimisel / Iivi Zajedova, Eha Rüütel, Angela Arraste, Kalev Järvela

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    2009-01-01

    Artikkel toetub Saksamaal pagulaseestlaste hulgas läbi viidud uurimusele, mille eesmärgiks oli intervjuude kaudu saada pagulaseestlaste kogemuslik tagasivaade eesti rahvatantsurühmade tekkimisele ja arengule ning seda mõjutanud teguritele Saksamaa Liitvabariigis pärast Teist maailmasõda

  1. Eesti saab Euroopa rahaliidu 17. liikmeks / Andrus Karnau ; kommenteerinud Marek Belka, Angela Merkel, Taavi Veskimägi ja Andrus Ansip

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    Karnau, Andrus

    2010-01-01

    1. jaanuaril liitub Eesti euroga. Eesti majandusest. Maailmas on käimas kolm valuutasõda: Hiina jeeni ümber, maailma rikkamate riikide keskpankade ümber ja arenevate riikide valitsuste valuutainterventsioonide ümber

  2. The paradoxes of legitimate EU leadership. An analysis of the multi-level leadership of Angela Merkel and Alexis Tsipras during the euro crisis

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    Van Esch, F. A W J

    2017-01-01

    In times of crisis, political leaders are torn between calls for strong leadership and the need to maintain their license to operate amongst their constituents. The predicament of European Heads of State and Government (HSG) during crises provides a particularly strong example of this. For on top of

  3. Revisiting the “Intentional Fallacy” as a Political Mechanism in Angela Carter’s “The Loves of Lady Purple”

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    Ryan-Sautour, Michelle

    2014-01-01

    “The Intentional Fallacy,” essai de William K. Wimsatt Jr. et Monroe C. Beardsley écrit en 1946, a marqué un tournant dans le débat autour de la figure de l’auteur dans la littérature, débat qui continue de hanter la critique contemporaine. Roland Barthes a déclaré “La Mort de l’auteur ” en 1968, et la critique continue de traiter de la question de l’identité de l’auteur avec prudence, car compte tenu des théories de langages modernes, il y a consensus que toute tentative de cerner l’intentio...

  4. Angela Carter’ın The Bloody Chamber Adlı Anlatısı: Feminist Deyişbilimsel Bir Yaklaşım

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    ARIKAN, Seda

    2016-01-01

    Bir yazarın yazın üslubunu inceleyen deyişbilim özellikle son yirmi otuz yıldırçeşitli yaklaşımları bir araya getirmiştir. Bu nedenle, feminist eleştiriüzerine temellenen feminist deyişbilim, kadını ve kadının konumunu sadecetoplumda değil dilde de tanımlayan önemli bir yaklaşım olarak ortaya çıkar.Feminist deyişbilim, toplumdaki ve edebi eserlerdeki erkek egemenliğiniinceleyerek, hem dil hem de toplum yapılanmasında kadın için bir karşı-imgesunmaya çalışır. Mevcut feminist deyişbilim yaklaşı...

  5. I Love You so Much I Have to Kill You:Eros and Thanatos in Angela Carter's The Bloody Chamber and Other Stories

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    Oana URSULESCU

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available The paper aims at discussing the two overarching topics of Carter’s short story collection: love and death. The primary focus is on the language and the imagery in the texts, and the metaphors and symbols employed. Special attention will be given to the images of food and eating habits as they are contrasted with or mirror the images of the body and the sexual act, the carnal aspect of both the characters and the situations being emphasized. In connection to this, something will be said about how the author uses recurrent symbols such as smells, colors and flowers.

  6. Maalehe fotovõistlus "Eesti maaelu 97" parimad selgunud

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    1998-01-01

    1997 a. jaanuaris väljakuulutatud fotovõistluse (žürii: Mirjam Peil, Arvo Laurimaa, Tiit Veermäe, Raivo Tasso, Tõnis Lüllma) parimad olustikufoto zhanris: Lembit Peegel ja Urmas Luik (I-II), Heidi Toominga(?) (III); portreefotodes: Neeme Noorsalu (I), Aulis Pärnpuu (II), Igor Proshkin (III); loodusfotod: Tiit Hunt (I, III), Olev Merivee (II)

  7. Kui suur on maailmakirjandus? / Cornelius Hasselblatt

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    Hasselblatt, Cornelius, 1960-

    2015-01-01

    Arvustus: Aija Sakova-Merivee. Ausgraben und Erinnern. Denkbilder des Erinnerns und der moralischen Zeugenschaft im Werk von Ene Mihkelson und Christa Wolf. Tartu : University of Tartu Press, c2014. (Dissertationes litterarum et contemplationis comparativae Universitatis Tartuensis, 1406-913X ; 13)

  8. Äriühingud : nende asutamise õiguslik regulatsioon : ajaloolis-võrdlev analüüs (Saksa, Soome ja Euroopa Liit) : [bakalaureusetöö] / Kaire Reispass ; Akadeemia Nord, õigusteaduskond ; juhendaja: Enno Oidermaa

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    Reispass, Kaire

    1999-01-01

    Äriühingute olemus ja asutamise alused kehtivas seadustikus, Eesti ettevõtlust reguleeriva õigusloome ajalooline ja võrdlev ülevaade, võrdlev ülevaade Saksa, Soome ja Euroopa Liidu äriühinguõigusest

  9. Arnold Rüütel: meie küla käis käest kätte / Arnold Rüütel ; intervjueerinud Enno Tammer

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    Rüütel, Arnold, 1928-

    2005-01-01

    President Arnold Rüütel Teise maailmasõjaga seotud mälestustest, Molotov-Ribbentropi paktist, Moskvas võidupüha tähistamisel mitteosalemise põhjustest ja 2006. a. presidendivalimistel osalemisest

  10. Plea for the peaceful use of nuclear power. From the plenary lecture of the Federal Minister for the Environment, Nature Protection and Reactor Safety, Dr. Angela Merkel, May 21, 1996, Mannheim; Plaedoyer fuer die friedliche Nutzung der Kernenergie. Aus dem Plenarvortrag der Bundesministerin fuer Umwelt, Naturschutz und Reaktorsicherheit, Dr. Angela Merkel, am 21.5.96 in Mannheim

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    Merkel, A. [Bundesministerium fuer Umwelt, Naturschutz und Reaktorsicherheit, Bonn (Germany)

    1996-06-01

    The German Federal Ministry for the Environment, founded after the 1986 Chernobyl accident, has channeled the debate about the causes and the impact of that event. German power utilities, associations, and industries have tried to mitigate the consequences to the persons affected by organizing relief campaigns. Support granted by individual states and by the EU, but also private assistance schemes, are helping the operators of nuclear power plants in the young democracies to develop ways and means of helping themselves. Western know-how is adapted to the conditions prevailing in those countries. Eastern expertise should increasingly be used in the development of new reactor lines in the West. Technology can be transferred abroad only if it finds support and acceptance in its countries of origin. The terrorist actions accompanying the shipment of radioactive waste from La Hague to Gorleben in April 1996 have shown the decisive dependence on the preservation of public law and order of the peaceful uses of nuclear power. A s a consequence, the problems of spent fuel and waste management must be separated from further acceptance issues and solved as a matter of priority. Also with respect to the back end of the fuel cycle the polluter pays principle must be applied, according to which radioactive waste arising in German nuclear power plants must be stored in interim stores and repositories in the country, irrespective of any future internationalization of the back end of the nuclear fuel cycle. (orig.) [Deutsch] Das BMU, das nach dem Unfall in Tschernobyl 1986 eingerichtet wurde, hat die Diskussion um Ursachen und Folgen eines Ereignisses gepraegt. Deutsche EVU, Verbaende und Industrieunternehmen haben versucht, die Folgen fuer die Betroffenen durch Hilfsaktionen zu mildern; Unterstuetzungen durch Einzelstaaten und EU, aber auch private Patenschaften, begleiten die Kernkraftwerksbetreiber in den jungen Demokratien mit Hilfe zur Selbsthilfe. Westliches Know-how wird in diesen Laendern adaptiert. Oestliches Fachwissen sollte im Westen bei der Entwicklung neuer Reaktorlinien zunehmend genutzt werden. Technologie kann nur dann ins Ausland transferiert werden, wenn sie im eigenen Land Unterstuetzung und Akzeptanz findet. Die terroristischen Aktionen beim Transport radioaktiver Abfaelle aus La Hague nach Gorleben im April 1996 haben gezeigt, wie sehr die friedliche Nutzung der Kernenergie von der Friedenspflicht der Bevoelkerung abhaengt. Deshalb muessen die Entsorgungsfragen von weiteren Akzeptanzthemen entkoppelt werden und vordringlich geloest werden. Auch in der Entsorgung gilt das Verursacherprinzip, nach dem in deutschen Kernkraftwerken anfallende radioaktive Abfaelle im eigenen Land zwischen- und endgelagert werden muessen; ungeachtet einer zukuenftigen Internationalisierung des Back end des Kernbrennstoffkreislaufs. (orig.)

  11. Sündinud kunstnikuks - kahe Eestis kasvanud juudi lugu / Rein Veidemann

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    Veidemann, Rein, 1946-

    2009-01-01

    Arvustus: Tali, Piret. Eino Baskin. Naer läbi pisarate / kirja pannud Piret Tali. [Tallinn] : Fookus Meedia, [2009] ; Tammer, Enno. Simon Levin : sündinud advokaadiks. [Tallinn] : Tammerraamat, 2009

  12. Rae vald ja Jüri elanikud sõdivad tehnopargi ohtliku tehase vastu / Mari Kodres

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    Kodres, Mari

    2008-01-01

    Ettevõte Stainless Surface Technology OÜ soovib rajada Jüri tehnoparki metallide hapetega töötlemise tehase. Rae valla ehitusameti juhataja Enno Harmipaiga hinnangul on probleem tehase ja elumajade ühine kanalisatsioon

  13. Linn ostis 135 000 krooni eest kunsti

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    2000-01-01

    Tallinna linnavalitsus ostis Tiit Pääsukese "Osaliselt varjatud IV, V, VI" (60000 kr.), Sirje Runge "Vaikus III" (25000 kr.), Jüri Arraku "Purunenud kuju II" (30000 kr.), Enno Halleku "Objekt" (20000 kr.)

  14. 9. sajandi piiblileheküljest luubiga loetavate kääbusraamatuteni / Silja Ratt, Aigi Viira

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    Ratt, Silja

    2016-01-01

    Haruldastest raamatutest neljas Eesti raamatukogus. Selgitusi jagavad keskaegsete käsikirjade uurija Kaspar Kolk, TÜ raamatukogu käsikirjade ja haruldaste raamatute osakonna juhataja Malle Ermel, Eesti Rahvusraamatukogu kogude osakonna juhataja-peavarahoidja Kaire Lass, TLÜ akadeemilise raamatukogu vanaraamatu spetsialist Kaja Tiisel, Baltika ja vanaraamatu säilitamise osakonna juhataja Aija Sakova-Merivee ja säilitamise peaspetsialist Rene Haljasmäe ning Eesti Kirjandusmuuseumi arhiivraamatukogu juhataja Merike Kiipus

  15. Merkel võitles end Saksa esimeseks naiskantsleriks / Erkki Bahovski

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    Bahovski, Erkki, 1970-

    2005-01-01

    Saksamaa kantsleriks saab kristlike demokraatide juht Angela Merkel, senine riigijuht Gerhard Schröder ei osale tõenäoliselt uues koalitsioonis. Kristlik Demokraatlik Partei ja Sotsiaaldemokraatlik Partei leppisid kokku ministrikohtade jaotuses. Lisa: Angela Merkel

  16. Health promotion settings: principles and practice

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    Scriven, Angela; Hodgins, Margaret

    2012-01-01

    ...: www.sagepublications.comHealth Promotion Settings Principles and Practice Edited by Angela Scriven and Margaret HodginsEditorial arrangement, Introduction to Part II © Angela Scriven and Margaret...

  17. Loomisel elujõudu sümboliseeriv linnaskulptuur

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    1998-01-01

    Hoiupanga korraldatud linnaskulptuuride konkursi Angela Orgusaare võidutööst "Urban Egg" on valminud makett. Kommentaarid Krista Kodreselt, Angela Orgusaarelt. Skulptuuri keskne sepis valmib koostöös Tiit Masso inseneribürooga

  18. Plea for the peaceful use of nuclear power. From the plenary lecture of the Federal Minister for the Environment, Nature Protection and Reactor Safety, Dr. Angela Merkel, May 21, 1996, Mannheim

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    Merkel, A.

    1996-01-01

    The German Federal Ministry for the Environment, founded after the 1986 Chernobyl accident, has channeled the debate about the causes and the impact of that event. German power utilities, associations, and industries have tried to mitigate the consequences to the persons affected by organizing relief campaigns. Support granted by individual states and by the EU, but also private assistance schemes, are helping the operators of nuclear power plants in the young democracies to develop ways and means of helping themselves. Western know-how is adapted to the conditions prevailing in those countries. Eastern expertise should increasingly be used in the development of new reactor lines in the West. Technology can be transferred abroad only if it finds support and acceptance in its countries of origin. The terrorist actions accompanying the shipment of radioactive waste from La Hague to Gorleben in April 1996 have shown the decisive dependence on the preservation of public law and order of the peaceful uses of nuclear power. A s a consequence, the problems of spent fuel and waste management must be separated from further acceptance issues and solved as a matter of priority. Also with respect to the back end of the fuel cycle the polluter pays principle must be applied, according to which radioactive waste arising in German nuclear power plants must be stored in interim stores and repositories in the country, irrespective of any future internationalization of the back end of the nuclear fuel cycle. (orig.) [de

  19. A Practical Guide to Forensic Nursing Amar Angela F and Sekula L Kathleen A Practical Guide to Forensic Nursing 392pp £38.85 Sigma Theta Tau International Kindle edition 9781940446349 1940446341 [Formula: see text].

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    2016-11-10

    This fascinating publication describes in depth the roles and responsibilities of forensic nurses in the US, who are often involved in the scientific investigation of violent and sexual crimes. However, these duties differ from those of nurses in forensic or secure settings in the UK, who work primarily with offenders who have mental health problems and who are in hospital, prison or police cells.

  20. Uus Saksamaa lubab väikeriigid oma hõlma alla võtta / Jeroen Bult

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    Bult, Jeroen

    2005-01-01

    Nii väikeriigid kui ka maailma suurriigid on huvitatud sellest, milliseks kujuneb Saksamaa välispoliitika Angela Merkeli võimul olles: esimese kolme ametis oldud nädala jooksul võib järeldada, et Angela Merkel ei jätka Gerhard Schröderi sirgjoonelist välispoliitilist kurssi, vaid eelistab balansseerida erinevate suurvõimude vahel, unustamata samas ka väikeriike. Lisa: Angela Merkel

  1. Uus aasta võtab endaga kaasa lõppeva aasta probleemid / Jaana Pikalev

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    Pikalev, Jaana

    2006-01-01

    Prognoosid 2007. aastaks transpordi ja logistika vallas. Sisaldab artikleid: Reelika Raamat. Probleemid piiril näivad jätkuvat; Anton Ovsjankin. Transiidi mahud itta kasvavad; Evert Kreek. Teenuste hinnad tõusevad; Olari Rätsep. Vajalik läbimõeldud tarkvara; Enno Aermates. Mahukas kaup kiiresti teele

  2. Tiitelleht olgu asjalik / Oskar Kruus

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    Kruus, Oskar, 1929-2007

    2001-01-01

    Arvustus: Veskimägi, Kaljo-Olev. Kahte kappi on ühhetassa maja tarvis... : Eesti raamatukogude ajalugu. Tallinn : K.-O. Veskimägi, 2000 ; Toona, Elin. Rõõm teeb taeva taga tuld : Ernst Enno. Tartu : Ilmamaa, 2000

  3. Rapla noored on märk üle-eestilises kultuuriilmas / Margus Mikomägi

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    Mikomägi, Margus, 1956-

    2009-01-01

    13. mail NO99 teatris esietenduvast lavastusest "Pea vahetus", autor ja lavastaja Uku Uusberg, helilooja Pärt Uusberg. Tema muusikat esitab kammerkoor "Head ööd vend". Laulude tekstid: Juhan Liiv ja Ernst Enno. Mängivad: Märt Avandi ja Priit Võigemast

  4. Na vosmom jezhegodnom konkurse titula "lutshsheje betonnoje strojenije" udostoilsja most Puurmani / Eva Kiisler

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    Kiisler, Eva

    2008-01-01

    Konkursi "Aasta betoonehitis 2007" võitis Puurmani kaarsild Tallinn-Tartu-Luhamaa maanteel, konstruktorid Siim ja Juhan Idnurm, ehitaja AS Merko Ehitus, projektijuht Tiit Joosti, betooni tarnija AS Rudus Eesti. AS Merko Ehitus kvaliteedijuht Enno Põder ja Tiit Joosti ehituse käigust. Puurmani liiklussõlmest. Aadu Kana ja Toomas Vainola konkursist

  5. Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy | Indian Academy of Sciences

    Indian Academy of Sciences (India)

    2016-01-27

    Jan 27, 2016 ... ATLAS, and Wide-Angle Tail Galaxies in ATLAS · Minnie Y. Mao Rob Sharp D. J. Saikia Ray P. Norris Melanie Johnston-Hollitt Enno Middelberg Jim E. J. Lovell · More Details Abstract Fulltext PDF. Using the Australia Telescope Compact Array (ATCA), ATLAS (Australia Telescope Large Area Survey) is ...

  6. Genetic variation of white clover (Trifolium repens L.) collections ...

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    STORAGESEVER

    2010-05-24

    May 24, 2010 ... Morphological data analysis of white clover populations was coupled with molecular markers of random amplified polymorphic DNA ... relationships among white clover germplasms of China, and four commercial cultivars were included ... and agronomic traits, such as root growth (Ennos, 1985), herbage ...

  7. Toidukaupade eksport on takistatud Venemaa uute nõudmiste tõttu / Silva Männik, Kristina Traks

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    Männik, Silva, 1974-

    2004-01-01

    Ilmunud ka: Delovõje Vedomosti 9. juuni lk. 7. Eesti kalatootjatel on takistatud kaubavedu Venemaale, kuna viimane ei aktsepteeri alates 1. juunist varem kooskõlastatud veterinaarsertifikaate. Tekkinud olukorda selgitavad nõustamisfirma Vaela juhataja Enno Aloe ja Viru Kalatööstuse juht Agu Laanemets

  8. Loeti luuletusi Eestist ja Eestile / Krista Kumberg

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    Kumberg, Krista, 1959-

    2008-01-01

    Ernst Enno etluskonkursi maakondlikust lõppvoorust. 1.-6. klassi õpilased kandis ette oma loodud luuletusi, esile tõsteti: Eva-Maria Brock, Kristjan Kaljuvee, Lisa-Lote Paadik, Martin Nerman, Sebastian Lehis, Viljar Kaer, Merili Kisant, Grete Grauberg. Vt ka Lääne Elu, 26. veebr., lk. 8

  9. Ajalookonverentsilt "Eesti Vabariigi Valitsus eksiilis" / Liivi Uuet

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    Uuet, Liivi, 1947-

    2008-01-01

    15. augustil 2008 toimunud Eesti Vabariigi 90. aastapäevale pühendatud konverentsist Lagedil Eesti Vabadusvõitluse muuseumis. Otto Tiefi valitsuse õiguskantslerist ja Riigiarhiivi ning Riigiraamatukogu direktorist 1925-1936 Richard Övelist ja Vabariigi Valitsuse välisministrist aastatel 1964-1982 August Koernist. Konverentsil osales Eesti Vabariigi Valitsuse eksiilis peaministri asetäitja Enno Penno.

  10. Teatrikirjad : veel kord "Emake maantee / Karl August Hindrey

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    Hindrey, Karl August, 1875-1947

    2016-01-01

    Saksa kirjanike näidenditest: Wilhelm Schmidtbonni "Mutter Landstraße: das Ende einer Jugend" ("Emake maantee: ühe nooruse lõpp"), näidendi tõlkis eesti keelde 1911. a. Ernst Enno ja 1920ndatel Heino Anto. Fritz Stavenhagen "Mewsi ema", tõlkinud Anna Haava Vanemuise laval

  11. Kellele sa järgned? : tarbekunst / Tiina Käesel

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    Käesel, Tiina, 1943-

    2006-01-01

    Tallinna IV rakenduskunsti triennaal "Kaks lähedast" Eesti Tarbekunsti- ja Disainimuuseumis kuni 21. V. Näitusest (kujundus: 3+1 Arhitektid), ettekannete ja esitluste päevast, näitusekataloogist, plakatist (graafiline kujundus: Enno Piir). Pikemalt Wendy Ramshaw, Urve Küttneri, Kersti Laanmaa ja Tiit Rammuli, Kristi Paapi, Anneli Tammiku ning Tanel Veenre töödest

  12. Naturen i den estniska poesin : från animism och panteism till zenbuddhism / Andres Ehin

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    Ehin, Andres, 1940-2011

    2001-01-01

    Orig.: Loodus eesti luules: animismist ja panteismist kuni zen-buddhismini. Tekstis on rootsikeelseid luulenäiteid järgmiste eesti luuletajate loomingust: Kristjan Jaak Peterson, Karl Eduard Sööt, Ernst Enno, Gustav Suits, Henrik Visnapuu, Villem Ridala, Betti Alver, Uku Masing, Bernard Kangro, Kalju Lepik, Ilmar Laaban, Artur Alliksaar ja Hando Runnel.

  13. 23. IV avati EKA galeriis projekti "Network Baltic" laureaatide graafikanäitus

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    2003-01-01

    Rahvusvahelise kunstiprojekti "Network Baltic - a new dimension" algatas Grafikenshus Rootsis Mariefredis, Eestist osaleb EKA graafikaosakond, kuraator - Enno Ootsing. Näitusel esinevad Kevin Lytsen Taanist, Kaija Kesa Soomest, internetikonkursil ära märgitud Helen Tago ja Eveli Varik

  14. Tsaari-Venemaa spioon sajanditagusel Siiditeel tuletab meelde ajaloo tähtsust / Marje Aksli

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    Aksli, Marje

    2010-01-01

    Kanadas elavast väliseesti päritolu ajakirjanikust, kirjanikust ja analüütikust Eric Enno Tammest ja tema raamatust "The Horse that leaps through clouds", milles on juttu spionaažist, Siiditeest ja tänapäeva Hiina tõusust

  15. Euroopa Inimõiguste Kohtusse avalduse esitamise tingimused ja seda piiravad asjaolud. Eesti Vabariigi vastu Euroopa Inimõiguste Kohtusse esitatud kaebused : [bakalaureusetöö] / Merit Ulvik ; Tartu Ülikool, õigusteaduskond ; juhendaja: Juhani Ko

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    Ulvik, Merit

    2003-01-01

    Kaebeõigusest üldiselt, avalduse vastuvõtmise kriteeriumid, reservatsiooni tegemise õigus, Eesti Vabariigi vastu esitatud kaebused (vastuvõetamatuks või osaliselt vastuvõetamatuks tunnistatud kaebused - Arnold Treiali ja Leonid Šestjorkini kaebused ; kaebused, mis said lahendi kohtuotsusega - Vitali Slavgorodski, Enno Tammeri, Tiit Veeberi ja Tõnu Mõtsniku kaebused)

  16. Hinnatõus otsib pääsu. Siseturu seis pessimistlik / Tea Taruste ; kommenteerinud Kalev Kõnn, Meelis Einstein, Aldo Unga

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    Taruste, Tea

    2011-01-01

    Ehitusmaterjalide tootjate liidu tegevjuhi Enno Rebase hinnangul on ehitusmaterjalide hinnatõus vältimatu, sest sisendid lähevad kallimaks ja kokkuhoidu pole enam võimalik millegi arvel saavutada, kuid suuremat hinnatõusu võib takistada siseturu väike nõudlus. Vineeri hind on tõusnud 20-30%, OSB tõusis 15%

  17. Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy | Indian Academy of Sciences

    Indian Academy of Sciences (India)

    2016-01-27

    Jan 27, 2016 ... Minnie Y. Mao1 2 3 Rob Sharp2 D. J. Saikia3 4 5 Ray P. Norris3 Melanie Johnston-Hollitt6 Enno Middelberg7 Jim E. J. Lovell1. University of Tasmania, Hobart, 7001, Australia. Australian Astronomical Observatory, Epping, NSW, 1710, Australia. CSIRO Australian Telescope National Facility, Epping, NSW, ...

  18. Ängist kirgastumiseni / Aita Kivi

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    Kivi, Aita, 1954-

    2000-01-01

    Sisu : Frank McCourt. Jah, on küll; Kaur Kender. Ebanormaalne; Arnon Grunberg. Helesinised esmaspäevad; Melvin Burgess. Saast; Louis de Bernières. Kapten Corelli mandoliin; Jaergen-Frantz Jacobsen. Barbara; Jayne Ann Krentz. Sügavad veed; Enno Tammer. Uppumatu Estonia

  19. [Raamat] / Ago Künnap

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    Künnap, Ago, 1941-

    2008-01-01

    Arvustus: A történeti nyelvészet és a magyar nyelv eredete. Angela Marcantonio valogatott tanulmanyai. Budapest : HUN-idea Kiadó, 2006. [Ajalooline keeleteadus ja ungari keele päritolu. Angela Marcantonio valitud uurimused].

  20. Merkel tuleb Gruusiast rääkima / Vootele Päi, Liisi Poll

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    Päi, Vootele

    2008-01-01

    Ilmunud ka: Postimees : na russkom jazõke 26. aug. 2008, lk. 9. lüh. Saksamaa liidukantsler Angela Merkel saabub Tallinna, et kohtuda peaminister Andrus Ansipi ja president Toomas Hendrik Ilvesega ning rääkida Gruusia küsimustest ja energiapoliitikast. Lisa: Angela Merkeli visiit

  1. President vs Merkel / Liisi Poll

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    Poll, Liisi, 1980-

    2010-01-01

    Saksamaa president Horst Köhler otsustas tagasi astuda ja kantsler Angela Merkel peab nüüd uue presidendikandidaadi leidma, et oma mainet päästa. Maine päästmine on äärmiselt vajalik, kuna Angela Merkeli enda tegutsemine majanduskriisi ja Kreeka laenupaketi asjus on muutnud partei ja kogu valitsuse üha ebapopulaarsemaks

  2. Author Details

    African Journals Online (AJOL)

    Anderson, Rod. Vol 24, No 1 (2012) - Articles Book Review Reading Winnicott By Lesley Caldwell and Angela Joyce Lesley Caldwell and Angela Joyce 2011. Abstract · Vol 25, No 2 (2013) - Articles Book Review Winnicott's children. By Ann Horn and Monica Lanyado (2012) Abstract. ISSN: 1728-0583. AJOL African ...

  3. 圖書館事業專欄/中文電子書在香港: 香港大學及香港理工大學/高玉華;李梅 | Chinese E-books in Hong Kong: University of Hong Kong (HKU and Hong Kong Polytechnic University (HK PolyU / Angela Ko; Mei Li

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    高玉華、李梅

    2008-04-01

    Full Text Available

    Hong Kong has a population of 6.9 million, of which 95% are ethnic Chinese and their mother tongue is Chinese, mainly Cantonese [1]. Chinese language is the
    chief medium of daily communications in Hong Kong. Being a former British colony, Hong Kong has English, one of the major international languages, the main instructional language for its higher educational institutions. Students are trained to be bilingual in schools. Both Chinese and English are official languages of Hong Kong.


    Hong Kong has become a special administrative region of China since 1997, the economic and political ties between Hong Kong and Mainland China increased tremendously. Mastering Putonghua, the official spoken language of China has become vital for students for their development and future careers. The demand for Chinese language materials in research institutions has increased since the early 1990s, especially those published in Mainland China. The libraries have joined their efforts in applying for public funding to establish a central storage facility to house 5.6 million volumes of books [2]. There has also been an interest in e-books because of the space shortage problems experienced by all eight government funded university libraries in Hong Kong.

    E-books are considered to be one of the important solutions to the rising demand of the Chinese language materials and to the space storage. In Hong Kong, the information technology skill of faculty and students is not an obstacle to the use of e-books. Computer literacy rates within tertiary education institutions in Hong Kong are very high. Universities provide various kinds of support to students in using information technology. For instance, the University of Hong Kong started the Student Notebook PC Ownership Program in 1998 to assist first-year undergraduate students who enter the University to own a personal computer. The programme helps students both technically and financially. Hong Kong Polytechnic University first launched its annual notebook purchase scheme in 2000. It aims to help students acquire their own notebooks to support their learning activities. Professors encourage students to hand in assignments electronically and they distribute handouts and reference materials electronically. Libraries also provide training and instructional support on the use of IT and electronic resources. HKU and HK PolyU purchased their first Chinese e-book databases in 2003 and in 2005 respectively. The e-book collection of HK PolyU amounted to 115,748 volumes whereas HKU celebrated its 1 millionth e-book [3] in 2006. Of the million e-books over 60% are Chinese e-books.

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  4. Muusika / Priit Kuusk

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    Kuusk, Priit, 1938-

    2005-01-01

    Operatsioon B. Eesti Lastekoor võitis Varssavis koorifestivalil noortekooride kategoorias esikoha. 13. XI toimub Teatri- ja Muusikamuuseumis kontsert "J. S. Bachi minimaraton". Tubin Saksamaal ja Soomes. Stockholmi kontserdimaja korraldatud festivali nimiheliloojaks on tänavu John Adams. Olari Elts Riias ja Viinis. Indrek Laul kutsuti esinema Bostoni Televisiooni, kuhu oli selleks puhuks toodud Estonia klaver. Rahvusraamatukogu muusikasaalis avatakse näitus "Enno ja Viive Mäemetsa kingitus Eesti Rahvusraamatukogule: 10 aastat = 500 CDd"

  5. Aasta betoonehitise žürii kommentaarid võistlustöödele ja võitjaile / Eva Kiisler, Maritta Koivisto, Angel Andla...[jt.] ; intervjueerinud Mari Sarv ; kommenteerinud Mart Riikoja

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    2009-01-01

    Konkursile "Aasta Betoonehitis 2008" annavad hinnangu Eva Kiisler (ajakirja "Ehitaja" peatoimetaja), Maritta Koivisto (Soome ajakirja "Betoni" peatoimetaja"), Angel Andla (Eesti Ehitusettevõtjate Liit), Heiki Meos (Eesti Ehitusinseneride Liit), Siim Sultson ("Äripäeva" ehitusvaldkonna toimetaja), Toomas Laur (Eesti Betooniühing), Ike Volkov (Eesti Arhitektide Liidu esimees), Mauno Inkinen (Eesti Projektbüroode Liit), Enno Rebane (Eesti Ehitusmaterjalide Tootjate Liidu tegevdirektor). Mart Riikoja žürii tööst

  6. Kunstiakadeemia - 85 / Reet Varblane

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    Varblane, Reet, 1952-

    1999-01-01

    28. XI tähistas Eesti Kunstiakadeemia oma 85. aastapäeva. Kunstihariduse tulevikule pühendatud paneeldiskussioonist Sakala keskuse väikeses saalis, pressikonverentsist, pidulikust aktusest. Kunstiakadeemia esimesteks audoktoriteks promoveeriti Boris Bernshtein, Kaljo Põllu, Enno Hallek, Ilja Kabakov. Auliikmeteks nimetati Mari Adamson, Leo Gens, Leili Kuldkepp, Helene Kuma, Paul Luhtein, Arseni Mölder, Evald Okas, Helmut Oruvee, Bruno Tomberg, Jaan Vares. Juubelialbumi kujundas Jüri Kaarma, ajaloolise ülevaate kirjutas Leo Gens

  7. A new transmucosal drug delivery system for patients with breakthrough cancer pain: the fentanyl effervescent buccal tablet

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    Freye, Enno

    2008-01-01

    Enno FreyeCenter of Ambulatory Pain Medicine, Neuss-Uedesheim, GermanyAbstract: Breakthrough pain, a transitory severe pain with the background of otherwise controlled persistent pain has a prevalence between 52% and 67% in outpatients with cancer. Medications for such sudden-onset pain require non-invasive delivery of a potent and short-acting opioid for rapid pain relief. Although oral transmucosal delivery of fentanyl citrate (OTFC) has been shown to provide better pain relief than a typic...

  8. Eesti luulet okastraataia tagant / Eduard . Krants pseud ; E. Krants

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    Krants, Eduard, pseud.

    1999-01-01

    rets. rmt.: Onton, Ilmar. Ebakõlad : luuletused 1945-1971. Trt. : Anamnesia, 1993. 79 lk.; Üllaste, Leenart. Lind tormis. Rakvere : Anamnesia, 1994. 139 lk.; Sõelsepp, Venda. Narilaulud. Pärnu : Anamnesia, 1993. 217 lk.; Piir, Enno. Sunnitöölise Mekka : [ luuletused]. Viljandi : Anamnesia, 1994. 225 lk.; Pihlapuu, Artur. Püramiidi siluett : valik luulet 1941-1989. Võru : Anamnesia, 1995. 246 lk.; Uibo, Enn. Testament : valik luulet 1930-1965. Tln. : Anamnesia, 1995. 301 lk.

  9. Merkel kinnitab toetust Gruusiale / Vahur Koorits, Liisi Poll

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    Koorits, Vahur, 1981-

    2008-01-01

    Ilmunud ka: Postimees : na russkom jazõke 27. aug. 2008, lk. 2. Saksamaa liidukantsleri Angela Merkeli visiidist Tallinna, kus kohtumisel peaminister Andrus Ansipiga arutati ka energeetikaküsimusi. A. Merkeli sõnul peab Venemaa täitma rahulepingut Gruusiaga ning peab rahvusvahelise õigusega ühildamatuks Lõuna-Osseetia ja Abhaasia sõltumatuse tunnustamist Venemaa poolt. Vt. samas: Lääneriikide esindajad mõistsid Venemaa sammu hukka. Juuresoleval fotol Angela Merkel ja president Toomas Hendrik Ilves ühisel jalutuskäigul Kumust presidendilossi. Vt. ka lk. 2 karikatuur Angela Merkelist, president T. H. Ilvesest ja peaminister Andrus Ansipist

  10. Jonnakus jätab Poola energiamängus üksikuks / Arko Olesk

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    Olesk, Arko, 1981-

    2006-01-01

    Vt. ka Postimees : na russkom jazõke 3. nov. lk. 8. Poola peaministri Jaroslaw Kaczynski kohtumine Saksa liidukantsleri Angela Merkeliga ei lähendanud riikide seisukohti energiaküsimustes ja suhetes Venemaaga

  11. President Ilves meets with German Chancellor : "The democratic countries are at a decision-making threshold"

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    2008-01-01

    President Toomas Hendrik Ilvese kohtumisest Saksamaa liidukantsler Angela Merkeliga, kes saabus Eestisse ühepäevasele ametlikule visiidile. Nii Eesti president kui Saksamaa liidukantsler hindasid Venemaa tegevust Gruusia vastu kui lubamatut agressiooni suveräänse riigi vastu

  12. Budesrepublik Deutschland teelahkmel / Vello Saarme

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    Saarme, Vello

    2004-01-01

    Saksamaa Liitvabariigi presidendi Horst Köhleri kiirvisiidist Tallinna, Välisminister Joschka Fischeri Pärnu-külastusest. Ka Saksamaa suurimast kristlik-demokraatide opositsiooniparteist CDU, mille eesotsas on Angela Merkel

  13. Euro on ohus ja euro ei ole ohus / Kaivo Kopli

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    Kopli, Kaivo

    2010-01-01

    Saksamaa kantsler Angela Merkel teatas, et euro on ohus. Prantsuse majandusminister Christine Lagarde avaldas arvamust, et euro pole ohus, et euro on kindel ja usaldusväärne valuuta. Kreekas toimunud üldstreik halvas majanduse

  14. Saksa-Poola umbusk saab tuult tiibadesse / Jeroen Bult

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    Bult, Jeroen

    2005-01-01

    Uute valitsuste ametisseastumine Berliinis ja Poolas võib halvendada Saksa-Poola suhteid. Uut konservatiivset Poola valitsust iseloomustab euroskeptilisus ja Ameerika-meelsus, vähenenud on ka Saksamaa kantsleri Angela Merkeli kriitika Venemaa suhtes. Lisa: Pinged

  15. 76 FR 57739 - Environmental Impacts Statements; Notice of Availability

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    2011-09-16

    ..., Mesa, Ritkin, and Routt Counties, CO, Comment Period Ends: 12/14/2011, Contact: John Russell 970-876... Sustained Yield Management, in North-Central, CO, Comment Period Ends: 12/14/2011, Contact: Angela Glenn 303...

  16. Merkel ei suuda Jamaica-värvi valitsust luua / Heiki Suurkask

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    Suurkask, Heiki, 1972-

    2005-01-01

    Saksamaa rohelised ei taha teha koostööd kristlike demokraatidega. Angela Merkeli võimalus valitsust juhtida sõltub Saksamaa Sotsiaaldemokraatlikust Parteist. Lisa: Saksamaa valitsuse värvivõimalused

  17. 75 FR 55292 - Amendment to Egg Research and Promotion Order and Regulations To Increase the Rate of Assessment...

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    2010-09-10

    ... CONTACT: Angela C. Snyder, Research and Promotion; Standards, Promotion & Technology Branch; Poultry... research, risk assessment research, consumer education, and work with foodservice institutions and culinary.... Snyder and Sara D. Lutton, Research and Promotion; Standards, Promotion & Technology Branch; Poultry...

  18. Väike pahe või suur kirg? / Katrin Pauts

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Pauts, Katrin, 1977-

    2006-01-01

    Veinijoomisest, sigari suitsetamisest ning kaartide tagumisest räägivad sigarisalongi La Casa del Habano perenaine Angela Leima, Tartu Veiniklubi liige Katrin Pärgmäe ja bridzhiklubi president Marion Ründal

  19. Merkel: kriisifondi pole vaja suurendada / Sirje Rank

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    Rank, Sirje, 1966-

    2010-01-01

    Saksamaa kantsler Angela Merkel ei pea võlakriisi peatamiseks vajalikuks suurendada euroala kriisifondi. Luksemburg ja Itaalia peavad euroala võlakriisi lahenduseks euroala ühiste võlakirjade emiteerimist

  20. Merkel - Euroopa mõjukaim poliitik / Aadu Hiietamm

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    Hiietamm, Aadu, 1954-

    2008-01-01

    Harris Interactive'i korraldatud küsitluste tulemuste põhjal peavad Euroopa Liidu viie liikmesriigi kodanikud ühenduse liidriks Saksamaad. Saksamaa liidukantsler Angela Merkel pälvis Euroopa mõjukaima poliitiku tiitli

  1. Valimised tõid segaduse / Aino Siebert

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    Siebert, Aino

    2005-01-01

    Saksa Bundestagi 16. valimistel ei saanud uue valitsuse loomiseks enamust ei CDU/CSU-blokk (Kristlik-Demokraatlik Liit ja Kristlik-Sotsiaalne Liit) ega SPD (Sotsiaaldemokraatlik Partei). Vt. ka: Kantslerikandidaat tuleb idast. Saksamaa kantslerikandidaat Angela Merkel

  2. Merkel nõuab lõppu vangilaagrile / Heiki Suurkask

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    Suurkask, Heiki, 1972-

    2006-01-01

    Enne oma USA-visiiti antud intervjuus ajakirjale Spiegel taunis Saksa kantsler Angela Merkel Guantanamo vangilaagri olemasolu. Kantslerivahetus Saksamaal ei ole kaasa toonud Saksa-USA suhete olulist paranemist. Lisa: USA okupeeritud osa Kuubast

  3. Merkel kujundab uut poliitikat / Jüri Piirisild

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Piirisild, Jüri

    2006-01-01

    Saksamaa kantsleri Angela Merkeli visiidist Venemaale, kus ta võttis jutuks inimõiguste rikkumised Tšetšeenias, gaasitarnete kohta sõlmitud lepingute usaldusväärsuse ning Venemaa Iraani-poliitika

  4. Merkel tahab lennundusele karmimaid turvameetmeid / Jan Jõgis-Laats

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    Jõgis-Laats, Jan

    2010-01-01

    Saksamaa kantsler Angela Merkel tahab seoses hiljutiste ebaõnnestunud terrorirünnakutega ja tema büroosse jõudnud pommikahtlusega kirjadega kontrolli tugevdamist Euroopa-sisese kaubatranspordi üle

  5. Sakslastelt tuumaenergiale selge "ei". Merkel on sunnitud tuumaplaane korrigeerima / Sirje Rank

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    Rank, Sirje, 1966-

    2011-01-01

    Ligi 60 aastat Daimleri ja Porsche liidumaal valitsenud kristlikud demokraadid said kohalikel valimistel Baden-Württembergis halvima valimisulemuse alates 1952. aastast ja arvatakse, et Saksamaa kantsler Angela Merkel ei käivitagi enamikku ajutiselt suletud vanemaid tuumareaktoreid

  6. Loovmajanduse kriitika / interv. Ave Randviir

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    2006-01-01

    Kiasma nüüdiskunstimuuseumis toimunud seminarist "Critique of Creative Industries". Kiasma direktor Tuula Karjalainen ning professorid Esther Leslie ja Angela McRobbie vastavad küsimustele, mis on seotud loomemajanduse ja selle kriitikaga

  7. Merkel: Nord Streami on meile vaja / Kalev Kask

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    Kask, Kalev

    2009-01-01

    Venemaa presidendi Dmitri Medvedevi ja Saksamaa kantsleri Angela Merkeli kohtumisel käsitleti energeetikapoliitikat, D. Medvedev kutsus Rootsit üles toetama Nord Streami arendamist ning taunis Nabucco gaasijuhtme rajamist

  8. Merkel valiti veel neljaks aastaks Saksa valitsusjuhiks / Kaivo Kopli

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Kopli, Kaivo

    2009-01-01

    Saksa parlament kiitis heaks kantsler Angela Merkeli kandidatuuri, samas ei saanud ta toetust kõigilt valitsusliidu saadikutelt. Kriitikast uue valitsuse koalitsioonileppes ette nähtud maksude vähenemise kohta

  9. Tallinn saab uue linnaskulptuuri / Tarmo Michelson

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    Michelson, Tarmo, 1975-

    1998-01-01

    Ideekavandite võistluse võitjad: 1. preemia Angela Orgusaare skulptuur "Urban Egg", 2. preemia Lembit Palmi skulptuur "399" ja 3. preemia Leida Ilo töö "Majakas". Skulptuur püstitatakse Hoiupanga lähedale.

  10. Presidendikandidaat Obama tegi algust Euroopa-turneega / Kaivo Kopli

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    Kopli, Kaivo

    2008-01-01

    USA demokraatide presidendikandidaadi Barack Obama visiidist Euroopasse, kohtumisest Saksamaa kantsleri Angela Merkeliga. Barack Obama ei saanud kõnet pidada Brandenburgi värava juures, nagu ta oli soovinud. Lisa: Seni usub rahvas pigem McCaini

  11. Selected Abstracts of the 20th National Congress of the Italian Society of Perinatal Medicine (Società Italiana di Medicina Perinatale, SIMP); Catania (Italy); March 22-24, 2018; Session “New Frontiers in Perinatal Medicine”

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    --- Various Authors

    2018-01-01

    20th National Congress of the Italian Society of Perinatal Medicine (Società Italiana di Medicina Perinatale, SIMP) Catania (Italy) • March 22nd-24th, 2018SIMP PRESIDENTIrene CetinCONGRESS PRESIDENTSNicola Chianchiano, Angela Motta SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEEMariarosaria Di Tommaso, Gianpaolo Donzelli, Luca Ramenghi----------Guest Editors: Irene Cetin, Nicola Chianchiano, Angela Motta ----------Session “New Frontiers in Perinatal Medicine”ABS 1. CLINICAL AND METABOLIC OUTCOMES IN PREG­NANT WOMEN AT ...

  12. Merkel kaitses tuliselt sõnavabadust / Inga Höglund

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    Höglund, Inga

    2010-01-01

    Saksamaal otsustati tunnustada taani karikaturisti Kurt Westergaardi 5 aastat tagasi joonistatud Muhamedi karikatuuri eest. Kurt Westergaardi ja ajakirjandusvabaduse tunnustamiseks lavale astunud Saksamaa kansleri Angela Merkeli kõnest. Angela Merkel leidis, et endise keskpanga nõukogu juhtkonda kuulunud Thilo Sarrazini islamivaenulikke sõnavõtte ei saa karikatuuriga võrrelda, kuna kõrgel riigiametnikul ei ole sobiv esineda taoliste sõnavõttudega

  13. Arhitektuurivõistlused 2008 / Mait Väljas

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    Väljas, Mait

    2008-01-01

    Võistluste tulemused: Pekingi saatkonnahoone: I preemia - A. Põime, L. Põime, L. Vaimel; Riia saatkonnahoone: I - L.-K. Stöör, Ü.-T. Stöör, H. Urb; Eesti Kunstiakadeemia uus õppehoone: I - SEA + Effekt (Taani); Eesti Maaülikooli Kreutzwaldi 5 õppehoone juurdeehitis: I - P. Loo, J. Skolimowski, L. Vene, K. Kruuse (KAMP Arhitektid); TÜ Viljandi Kultuuriakadeemia loomeinkubaatori ja lavakunstide õppehoone: I - S. Vallner, H. Urb, I. Peil, H. Lass, S.-M. Mändmaa (Kavakava); Tamula järve ranna-ala mahuline planeering: I - K. Enno, L. Luhse, M. Zeleznova, R. Ailt (K. Enno Arhitektuuribüroo); Tartu pärmivabriku kvartali arhitektuurivõistlus: võidutöö - Atelier Thomas Pucher / Bramberger Architects (Austria); Paldiski mnt. 50 kinnistu ja lähiala: I-II - T. Laigu, K. Ojaliiv, M. Rass, A. Uukado (QP Arhitektid); maastikuarhitektuuri võistlus "Eesti Maaülikooli Tähtvere linnaku välialad": I - H. Runnel, T. Ong; Tartu rahu tähisala kujundus: I - M. Kinks, K. Süda; Veneetsia XI rahvusvahelise arhitektuuribiennaali ideekavandi võistlus: I - M. Kask, R. Lõoke, N. Külm; aasta betoonehitis 2007 - Puurmani kaarsild, konstruktorid S. Idnurm, J. Idnurm; Eesti parim puitehitis 2008: eramu Loobul - R. Vaiksoo; võistluse "Eramu 2006-2007" peapreemia: villa Paldiskis - S. Vallner, I. Peil

  14. Associations of quality of life, pain, and self-reported arthritis with age, employment, bleed rate, and utilization of hemophilia treatment center and health care provider services: results in adults with hemophilia in the HERO study

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    Forsyth, Angela; Witkop,Michelle; Lambing,Angela; Garrido,Cesar; Dunn,Spencer; Cooper,David L.; Nugent,Diane

    2015-01-01

    Angela L Forsyth,1 Michelle Witkop,2 Angela Lambing,3 Cesar Garrido,4 Spencer Dunn,5 David L Cooper,6 Diane J Nugent7 1BioRx, Cincinnati, OH, USA; 2Munson Medical Center, Traverse City, MI, USA; 3Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, MI, USA; 4Asociacion Venezolana para la Hemofilia, Caracas, Venezuela; 5Center for Inherited Blood Disorders, Orange, CA, USA; 6Novo Nordisk Inc., Plainsboro, NJ, USA; 7Children’s Hospital of Orange County, Center for Inherited Blood Disorders, Orange, CA, USA...

  15. Personal Control Over Heating, Cooling and Ventilation

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    Boerstra, Atze; Simone, Angela

    2013-01-01

    This article presents a summary of a Workshop at 11th Clima Wolrd Conference 2013 in Prague. The workshop was organised by REHVA in cooperation with ISIAQ (International Society of Indoor Air Quality and Climate), and chaired by Atze Boerstra and Angela Simone.......This article presents a summary of a Workshop at 11th Clima Wolrd Conference 2013 in Prague. The workshop was organised by REHVA in cooperation with ISIAQ (International Society of Indoor Air Quality and Climate), and chaired by Atze Boerstra and Angela Simone....

  16. Så faldt Damokles-sværdet!

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    Fledelius, Karsten

    2013-01-01

    En i udlandet stærkt kritiseret russisk lov om registrering af NGOer, herunder selvangivelse som "udenlandske agent" hvis man modtager støtte fra udlandet, er nu sat i fuld gang, trods kritik bl.a. af den tyske kansler Angela Merkel......En i udlandet stærkt kritiseret russisk lov om registrering af NGOer, herunder selvangivelse som "udenlandske agent" hvis man modtager støtte fra udlandet, er nu sat i fuld gang, trods kritik bl.a. af den tyske kansler Angela Merkel...

  17. Selective Control of Eurasian Watermilfoil in Houghton Lake, Michigan: 2002-2006

    Science.gov (United States)

    2012-07-01

    Angela G. Poovey, William F. James, and Michael D. Netherland Environmental Laboratory U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center 3909 Halls...25 Hydroacoustic vegetation assessment...six permanent transects surveyed using the SAVEWS hydroacoustic system during July 2001 and July 2002

  18. 76 FR 43985 - Endangered and Threatened Species; Recovery Plan for the Sei Whale

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    2011-07-22

    ... . Mail: Angela Somma, National Marine Fisheries Service, Office of Protected Resources, Endangered..., if you wish to remain anonymous). You may submit attachments to electronic comments in Microsoft Word... Recovery Plan is to provide a research strategy to obtain data necessary to estimate population abundance...

  19. Efecto de la maduración anticipada de los machos de Sceoporus mucronatus, sobre el éxito de apareamiento, el crecimiento y edad a la madurez sexual, en una población de montaña /

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    Ortega León, Angela María sustentante.

    2009-01-01

     tesis que para obtener el grado de Doctor en Ciencias Biológicas, presenta Angela María Ortega León ; asesor Fausto Mendez de la Cruz. ix, 102 páginas : ilustraciones. Doctorado en Ciencias Biológicas UNAM, Instituto de Biología, 2009

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    Mar 1, 1999 ... development has been influenced by contemporary international trends ... development literature, and the ways social categories are constructed, .... South Africa). '~ l. % Angela Tait (1994) has indicated the extent to which the impetus for this. _ model during the later years of apartheid came from the big ...

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    Davis, Angela. Vol 64 (2017) - Articles We cannot stop dreaming legacies and unfinished activisms. Abstract. ISSN: 1607-2820. 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.

  2. Velkommen til Merkolland

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    Just, Sine Nørholm

    2012-01-01

    Francois Hollandes første officielle handling som Frankrigs præsident var at tage på besøg hos den tyske kansler Angela Merkel. Dermed signalerede Hollande klart, at selvom han i den franske valgkamp slog til lyd for en genforhandling af EU’s finanspagt, så ved han godt, at vejen til EU...

  3. A Genealogy of Grit: Education in the New Gilded Age

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    Stokas, Ariana Gonzalez

    2015-01-01

    Recently, due in part to the research of Angela Duckworth, the cultivation of dispositions in education, grit in particular, has gained the attention of educational policymakers and the educational research community. While much of the research has focused on how to detect grit, there has been little discussion regarding how grit came to be valued…

  4. 77 FR 33217 - Notice of Open Meeting of the Advisory Committee of the Export-Import Bank of the United States...

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    ... the United States to Congress. DATES: Friday, June 8, 2012 from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. A break for..., Voice: (202) 565-3232. Angela Mariana Freyre, Senior Vice President and General Counsel. [FR Doc. 2012...

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    Angela McIntyre was motivated, as she says, to compile this book out of concern with what, in international circles, was passing for the. 'voices of children', or more precisely, with their disembodiment. Horror stories of rape, abduction and systematic violence from the mouths of children did serve the purpose of mobilising ...

  6. VA/DoD Clinical Practice Guideline for Management of Concussion/Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI)

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    2009-04-01

    FNP , COL, AN Angela Klar, RN, MSN, ANP-CS Mary Ramos, RN, PhD FACILITATOR: Oded Susskind, MPH RESEARCH: Jessica Cohen, M.S., M.P.H. Jennifer...Roger Brooke Drive Fort Sam Houston,TX 78234-6200 Phone: 210-916-3955 Email: douglas.cooper2@amedd.army.mil   Ernest Degenhardt, RN, MSN, ANP- FNP

  7. Spatial information in public consultation within environmental impact assessments

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    2015-01-01

    Thesis Summary Spatial information in public consultation within Environmental Impact Assessments Angela N. Mwenda Established in the United States of America in 1970, Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is an interdisciplinary approach that considers the anticipated impacts of

  8. 78 FR 28230 - Center for Scientific Review; Notice of Closed Meetings

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    2013-05-14

    ...; Notice of Closed Meetings Pursuant to section 10(d) of the Federal Advisory Committee Act, as amended (5... review and evaluate grant applications. Place: Melrose Hotel, 2430 Pennsylvania Avenue NW., Washington... Hotel, 505 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL 60611. Contact Person: Angela Y Ng, Ph.D., MBA, Scientific...

  9. Honors and the Humanities: Necessary as Air and Water

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    Salas, Angela Marie

    2015-01-01

    In a cultural environment that maintains that post-secondary education ought to produce job ready graduates, the importance of the liberal arts and the competencies they teach, along with the questions they engage, often comes up for debate. In such a culture, honors may appear frivolous, elitist, and rear-guard. Angela Marie Salas defends both…

  10. Spatial information in public consultation within environmental impact assessments

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    2015-01-01

    Thesis Summary

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    Established in the United States of America in 1970, Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is an interdisciplinary approach that

  11. Kaalul on Euroopa ühtsus / Jeroen Bult

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    2008-01-01

    Saksamaa kantsleri Angela Merkeli Eesti-visiidi eel kirjutab autor eelmise kantsleri Gerhard Schröderi suhtumisest Eestisse ja Venemaasse, A. Merkeli poliitilisest kursist ja suhetest Venemaaga, riikide diplomaatilisest võitlusest ning leiab, et Gruusia kriis paneb Saksamaa keeruliste valikute ette

  12. Ettevaatust, šoti tantsu pisik! / Anu Mõttus

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    Šoti keilitantsudest ja sellest, kuidas tantsud Eike Albert-Undi kaudu Eestisse jõudsid. Koostöös TLÜ rahvatantsuansambli Soveldajad juhi Angela Arraste ja Tallinna Ülikooliga on Eike Albert-Undil ilmunud ka raamat "Šoti keilitantsud"

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    ebutamanya

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    , Paul Kelly1,4. 1Tropical Gastroenterology & Nutrition Group, University of Zambia ..... 22. Valeska Portela Lima, Marcos Antonio Pereira de Lima, Angela. Rosa André, Márcia Valéria Pitombeira Ferreira, Marcos Aurélio.

  14. S&P ähvardab Euroopat Kreeka reitinguga. Mõõdupuuks nõrgim riik / Katri Soe-Surén

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    Soe-Surén, Katri

    2011-01-01

    S&P annaks euroala ühtsetele võlakirjadele reitingu nõrgima liikmesriigi järgi. Eurovõlakirjade vastu on Saksa kantsler Angela Merkel, poolt aga Eurogrupi juht Jean-Claude Junker ja Euroopa Komisjoni rahandusvolinik Olli Rehn. Maailmapank hoiatab, et maailmamajandus libiseb sel sügisel uude ohutsooni

  15. Wine, words and action. China's attempts to stop the European antidumping proceedings; Wein, Wort und Gegenwehr. In China wird auf vielen Wegen versucht, das europaeische Antidumping-Verfahren zu stoppen

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    Bartsch, Bernhard; Eleuteri, Stefano

    2012-11-15

    Chinese manufacturers of solar modules are in fear of losing their biggest market as a consequence of the European antidumping proceedings. In an attempt to protect them, Chinese politicians are now threatening to start a trade war that will go far beyond the solar industry. In spite of the efforts of German chancellor Angela Merkel, the prospects for a compromise are not good.

  16. Kas asjalood muutuvad? / Christine Ockrent

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    2007-01-01

    Saksamaa kantsler Angela Merkel ja Tšiili presidendi Michelle Bachelet on oma tegevusega lükanud ümber kahtlused, mis neid saatsid riigijuhi ametisse asumisel. Presidendiametisse pürgivad Segolene Royal ja Hillary Clinton kasutavad mõlemad argumenti: nad on oma meesoponentidest erinevad, sest nad on emad

  17. My Classroom: Peru

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    Paglia, Deanna

    2015-01-01

    Angela Huanca Barrantes, a highly respected teacher of English as a foreign language (EFL) in the city of Ilo, has a strong impact on the lives of students at the Admirante Miguel Grau secondary school and at Centro Cultural Peruano Norteamericano, which is one of four binational centers in southern Peru. Due to Ms. Huanca's lack of understanding…

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    ... have practical utility; (b) the accuracy of the agency's estimate of the burden of the proposed... of the proposal and associated collection instruments, please write to the Marine Corps Marathon Office, Attn: Angela Huff, P.O. Box 188, Quantico, VA 22134, or call the Marine Corps Marathon Office at...

  19. Legal Rights in Education: Pendulum Swings. Papers [of the] Education Law Association (ELA) Annual Conference (44th, Charleston, South Carolina, November 19-21, 1998).

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    Education Law Association, Dayton, OH.

    This document is a collection of 32 1998 Education Law Association conference papers. The collection includes the following papers: "The More We Change: Meeting the Requirements of Unitary Status" (Angela M. Sewall and Ann E. Witcher); "Everything You Need To Know about Discipline of Students with Disabilities" (David T. Duff,…

  20. Autism in Children: Clinical Features, Management and Challenges.

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    Page 27. Type of Article: Review. Angela Frank-Briggs. Department of Paediatrics, University of Port Harcourt Teaching Hospital, Port Harcourt. ABSTRACT. Background: The prevalence of autism world-wide is estimated to be between 1 per 91-110 children. Awareness in the USA and many other developed countries is.

  1. prevalence of anti-cyclic citrullinated peptide antibodies in patients

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    Jul 30, 2013 ... A. O. Ayunga, MBChB, MMed, Garissa Provincial General Hospital, G. O. Oyoo, MBChB, MMed, (Int. Med) FACR,. FRCP (Edin) Clin. Rheum. (LSU, USA), Senior Lecturer, E. O. Amayo, MBChB, MMed, Professor, Department of Clinical. Medicine and Therapeutics and A. A. Angela, MBChB, MMed, Lecturer, ...

  2. Book Reviews

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    Angela Mclntyre was motivated, as she says, to compile this book out of concern with what, in international circles, was passing for the. 'voices of children', or more precisely, with their disembodiment. Horror stories of rape, abduction and systematic violence from the mouths of children did serve the purpose of mobilising ...

  3. Ralf Tamm - unistaja tehismaastikul / Ralf Tamm ; interv. Aino Ingrid Sepp

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    2008-01-01

    Eramuile spetsialiseerunud arhitekt Ralf Tamm sellest, miks ta eelistab projekteerida eramuid, eramust visiooni kujunemisest, betoonist, hea arhitektuuri loomise eeldustest, eesti arhitektuuri lähitulevikust, tuleviku töövahenditest, enda tööstiilist jm. Abikaasa disainer Angela Orgusaar Ralf Tammest. Eramu "Vana laev" tellija Tarmo Ojakääru kommentaar. 13 ill

  4. Bagatellid : maailm / Nele-Eva Steinfeld, Priit Kuusk

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    2009-01-01

    Muusikasõnumeid maailmast: Anna Netrebko ja Angela Gheorghiu loobuvad METi rollidest. Viiuldaja Janine Janseni koostööst Paavo Järviga. Rooma Ooperi peadirigendiks saab Riccardo Muti. Ilmuvad uued DVD-d Richard Wagneri loominguga. Lahkus sopran Hildegard Behrens. Paavo Järvi on tunnustatud Beethoveni sümfooniate esitaja

  5. Looks Matter

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    Kjærgaard, Rikke Schmidt; Wong, Bang

    2012-01-01

    We’ve all done it—spent hours getting a figure just right for a paper, presenta- tion, or grant application. We use tried and true compositions, standard depic- tions, and intuitive colors and then think to ourselves, this is how you do it. Or is it? A new guide by Felice C. Frankel and Angela H....

  6. Accelerated rotation with orbital angular momentum modes

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    Schulze, C

    2015-04-01

    Full Text Available A 91, 043821 (2015) Accelerated rotation with orbital angular momentum modes Christian Schulze, Filippus S. Roux, Angela Dudley, Ronald Rop, Michael Duparr´e, and Andrew Forbes Abstract: We introduce a class of light field that angularly...

  7. The Influnce of Metacognition on Managerial Hiring Decision Making: Implications for Management Development

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    Kumar, Angela Ewell

    1998-01-01

    THE INFLUENCE OF METACOGNITION ON MANAGERIAL HIRING DECISION MAKING: IMPLICATIONS FOR MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT by Angela Ewell Kumar (ABSTRACT) Cognitive processing has a primary role in decision making. In addition, metacognition, the regulation and knowledge of cognition, affects decision making in a consistent and predictable way. Novices explain situations in a simple way. Novices are more likely to make inappropriate decisions. Research suggests that train...

  8. Mihhail Barõshnikov voshol v mirovuju pjatjorku

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    23ndat korda anti välja Kennedy Keskuse auhinnad kõige väljapaistvamatele kunsti interpreetidele. Teiste hulgas said auhinna näitleja ja režissöör Clint Eastwood, teatri- ja filminäitleja Angela Lansbury ja balletitantsija ning filminäitleja Mihhail Barõshnikov

  9. Mänguväljak rikastab linnakeskkonda / Karin Bachmann

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    Mänguväljakute rajamisest ja korrashoiust Tartus, kus on olemas ülelinnaline mänguväljakute teemaplaneering. Projekt algatati 2002. a., eestvedaja Angela Männiste. Arvamust avaldavad Andres Pool ja Indrek Ranniku Tartu linnavalitsusest. Tallinnal ülelinnaline plaan mänguväljakute rajamiseks puudub, olukorrast Mustamäel ja Nõmmel. 3 ill

  10. Merkel manitses Putinit selgitama valulisi samme lähinaabritele / Kaarel Kaas

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    2006-01-01

    Vt. ka Postimees : na russkom jazõke 18. jaan. lk. 9. Saksa kantsler Angela Merkel kõneles kohtumisel Venemaa presidendi Vladimir Putiniga majandus- ja energiaküsimuste, sh. Vene-Saksa gaasijuhtme ning Iraani tuumaprobleemi teemadel. Vt. samas: Iraani tuumaküsimus jõuab ÜRO Julgeolekunõukogusse. Lisa: Kantsleri reisid

  11. Merkel sõitis Poola suhteid siluma / Arko Olesk

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    2005-01-01

    Saksamaa kantsler Angela Merkel jõudis 2. detsembril oma Euroopa ringsõidu käigus Poolasse, kus üheks arutluse all olevaks teemaks oli Teise maailmasõja ajal Poolast lahkuma sunnitud sakslaste kahjunõuded. Lisa: Poola-Saksa valupunktid

  12. Merkel kiitis Eestit konflikti lahenduse eest / Külli-Riin Tigasson

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    2007-01-01

    Saksamaa kantsler Angela Merkel avaldas kohtumisel peaminister Andrus Ansipiga lootust, et Eesti ja Venemaa suhted normaliseeruvad. Kohtumine toimus seoses eesmärgiga saavutada eelseisval EL-i liidrite tippkohtumisel kokkulepe põhiseaduslepingu tuleviku üle. A. Ansipi sõnul toetab Eesti täielikult eesistuja tegevust kokkuleppe saavutamiseks juuni ülemkogul

  13. Germany unveils €18bn research plan

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    Banks, Michael

    2009-07-01

    The German government has unveiled an ambitious plan to inject a total of €18bn into teaching and research over the next decade. The German chancellor Angela Merkel, who has a degree in physics, announced that she was releasing the funds despite concerns from her social-democrat coalition partners that financing the package could be difficult in the economic downturn.

  14. Power and personality

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    Bondebjerg, Ib

    2007-01-01

    This article is a comparative analysis of the websites of four of the most powerful leaders in the world: two presidents (George W. Bush and Jacques Chirac) and two prime ministers (Angela Merkel and Tony Blair). The analysis focuses on the structure and content of the websites; the relation...

  15. Merkel als makelaar in leiderschap

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    Nijhuis, T.

    2009-01-01

    Ton Nijhuis surveys leadership qualities of German Chancellor Angela Merkel. After the Second World War, Germany was very reluctant in talking about and managing her own national interests. The Federal Republic did not want to play a leading role on the international stage. She developed a

  16. Dividing united Europe. Stereotypes, prejudices and the European (economic) crisis

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    Sierp, Aline; Karner, Christian

    2017-01-01

    This special issue brings together scholars who examine the nexus between the (economic) crisis, national identities and the use of historical images, prejudices and stereotypes by focusing particularly on media and political discourses in different European countries. Pictures of Angela Merkel in a

  17. Alemanha Após as Eleições de Setembro de 2009

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    SVEN PETERKE

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available As eleições do dia 27 de setembro de 2009
    renovaram o mandato da Chanceler Angela Merkel.
    Ao mesmo tempo que, introduziram profundas mudanças
    no sistema partidiário alemão.

  18. Energy politics

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    McEvoy, Augustin

    2012-07-01

    In his review of Tyler Hamilton's book Mad Like Tesla (May pp44-45), Roger Bridgman writes that "in energy supply, obviously, companies cannot simply junk huge infrastructure investments in favour of something new, however good it might be". But that is exactly what Angela Merkel's administration has done in Germany with its anti-nuclear policy.

  19. The Market, Multiculturalism and "Leitkultur": Responding to Žižek's Challenge

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    Gabbard, David; Ritter, Sarah

    2014-01-01

    As illustrated in this article, there are no such things as singular issues in politics. Be that as it may, no one will remember German Chancellor Angela Merkel's remarks on immigration in October 2010 as being about anything other than immigration. Her remarks ought to be remembered, however, more for what she didn't say than for what she did…

  20. De historische achtergronden van een Europa in crisis

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    van Suijlekom, L.T.

    2012-01-01

    ‘Der Euro ist unser gemeinsames Schicksal, und Europa ist unsere gemeinsame Zukunft‘ verklaarde bondskanselier Angela Merkel in 2010. De economische en monetaire crisis in Europa zet EU-regeringsleiders onder druk om vergaande beslissingen te nemen welke bepalend zullen zijn voor de toekomst van

  1. Challenging Dualities

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    Booth, Shirley

    2012-01-01

    In this article, the author comments on two highly cited articles and how they link to wider trends in higher education research. The two papers in question, Angela Brew's article from 2003, "Teaching and research: New relationships and their implications for inquiry-based teaching and learning in higher education" and Gerlese Akerlind's…

  2. THE AMUSINGLY TERRIFYING DISRUPTIVE INGREDIENTS OF CARTER’S LIBERATING NETHER WORLD

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    Fabio Jaberson da Silva Trajano

    2012-04-01

    Full Text Available By working within the postmodern aesthetics, the English writer Angela Carterconcomitantly installs and undermines historical female Gothic in order to bring to the fore socialopaque mechanisms that invariably work for the detriment of the female subject. In this way, Carter’spostmodern female Gothic not only provides escape from the chains of gender, but of genre as well.

  3. Protofeministlikud kunstimängud Viinis / Mare Tralla

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    Tralla, Mare, 1967-

    2011-01-01

    Naispopkunstnike näitus "Power UP - Female Pop Art" ("Käivita - naispopkunst") Viini Kunsthalles 6. märtsini 2011, kuraator Angela Stief. Näitusel osalenud üheksa kunstniku (Evelyne Axell, Õde Corita, Kiki Kogelnik, Dorothy Iannone, Niki de Saint Phalle jt.) töödest

  4. Identification of Potential Sodium Iodide Symporter (NIS) Inhibitors in ToxCast Phase1_v2 Chemical Library Using in vitro Radioactive Iodide Uptake (RAIU) Assay

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    Identification of Potential Sodium Iodide Symporter (NIS) Inhibitors in ToxCast Phase1_v2 Chemical Library Using in vitro Radioactive Iodide Uptake (RAIU) Assay Jun Wang1,2, Daniel R. Hallinger2, Ashley S. Murr2, Angela R. Buckalew1, Tammy E. Stoker2, Susan C. Laws21Oak Ridge In...

  5. SET-Routes programme

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    Marietta Schupp, EMBL Photolab

    2008-01-01

    Dr Sabine Hentze, specialist in human genetics, giving an Insight Lecture entitled "Human Genetics – Diagnostics, Indications and Ethical Issues" on 23 September 2008 at EMBL Heidelberg. Activities in a achool in Budapest during a visit of Angela Bekesi, Ambassadors for the SET-Routes programme.

  6. African Journal of Biotechnology - Vol 4, No 3 (2005)

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    Increase of nisin production by Lactococcus lactis in different media · EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT · DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. Angela Faustino Jozala, Letícia Célia de Lencastre Novaes, Olivia Cholewa, Thereza Christina Vessoni Penna, 262-265 ...

  7. Kõrvalhüpe Pärnusse / Katrin Nielsen

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    Nielsen, Katrin

    2001-01-01

    17. aprillil avati Pärnu Linnagaleriis Kreg A-Kristringi kureeritud näitus "Kõrvalhüpe", kus saab näha Mall Nukke, Mari ja Uno Roosvalti, Andres Koorti, Kaili-Angela Konno, Ilmar Kruusamäe, Valev Seina, Heitti Polli, Sandra Jõgeva jt. töid

  8. Improving the Reading Skills of Young People with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy in Preparation for Adulthood

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    Hoskin, Janet; Fawcett, Angela

    2014-01-01

    Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) is a progressive genetic condition that affects both muscle and brain. Children with DMD are at risk of psycho-social difficulties such as poor academic achievement and behavioural and socio-emotional problems. This article by Janet Hoskin and Angela Fawcett, both from the University of Swansea, describes how 34…

  9. "Inport", kahemõõtmeline performance / Siram

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    2004-01-01

    27. XI Von Krahli teatris toimunud video-performance'i festivalist "Inport". Korraldaja Gert Hatsukov. Angela Bartmani (Inglismaa), Steve Hinesi (Inglismaa), Gertrude Gregi (USA), John G. Boehme (Kanada), Lisa Jeannini (Belgia), Renato Menaghetti (Itaalia), Suka Offi (Poola) ja Rick Magmusoni (USA) töödest

  10. 16 moeõppetundi itaalia stiilis / Nicole Picart, Richard Gianorio, Marie Varvoux

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    Picart, Nicole

    2007-01-01

    Itaalia moekunstnikud Gianfranco Ferre, Frida Giannini (Gucci), Graeme Black (Ferragamo), Angela Missioni (Missioni), Laura Lusuardi (Max Mara), Roberto Cavalli, Donatella Versace, Silvia Venturini (Fendi), Gaia Trussardi, Tomas Maier (Bottega Veneta), Dolce & Gabbana, Cristina Ortiz (Brioni), Rossella Jardini (Moschino), Alberta Ferretti, Giorgio Armani, Dean ja Dan Caten (Dsquared 2) iseloomustavad ideaalset naist, itaalia stiili, ajatut moodi ja kommenteerivad oma moekunstnikuks saamist. Lisatud fotod moekunstnikest

  11. Author Details

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    Obidimma, Angela E. Vol 5 (2014) - Articles Right of a patient to refuse medical treatment: justification for judicial intrusion. Abstract PDF. ISSN: 2276-7371. 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 ...

  12. Inferiority is compex

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    Wade, Jess

    2017-07-01

    In Inferior: How Science Got Women Wrong and the New Research That's Rewriting the Story, author Angela Saini puts forward the idea that bad science has been used to endorse the cultural prejudice that women are both biologically and psychologically second rate to men.

  13. Korraga kolm näitust Endlas

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    2002-01-01

    1. augustist Endla Teatrigaleriis maalikunstnik Kaili-Angela Konno isiknäitus "Väikesed hümnid Eestile", fotograafide Toomas Kali isiknäitus "Kuule, too jäätist!" ja Indrek Arula klubikultuurisari "Grooveing Spirit"

  14. Visiting Germany and Iceland / Rokas M. Tracevskis

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    Tracevskis, Rokas M.

    2011-01-01

    Leedu president Dalia Grybauskaite külastas 24. augustil Saksamaad, kus kohtus kantsler Angela Merkeliga, kes tunnistati maailma võimekaimaks naiseks. 25.-27. augustil külastas Dalia Grybauskaite Islandit ja kohtus sealse riigipea Olafur Ragnar Grimssoniga, et tänada riiki Leedu 1991. a. taasiseseisvumise tunnustamise eest

  15. Explorations of soil microbial processes driven by dissolved organic carbon

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    Straathof, A.L.

    2015-01-01

    Explorations of soil microbial processes driven by dissolved organic carbon Angela L. Straathof June 17, 2015, Wageningen UR ISBN 978-94-6257-327-7 Abstract Dissolved organic carbon (DOC) is a complex, heterogeneous mixture of C compounds which, as

  16. An Interview with Olivia Gude about Connecting School and Community Arts Practice

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    Berglin, Jacob

    2017-01-01

    Olivia Gude has a long and distinguished career as both a public artist and an art educator. She is currently the Angela Gregory Paterakis Professor and Chair of Art Education at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC), where she works with graduate and undergraduate students to prepare for working as artist educators in school and…

  17. Power and personality

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    Bondebjerg, Ib

    2007-01-01

    This article is a comparative analysis of the websites of four of the most powerful leaders in the world: two presidents (George W. Bush and Jacques Chirac) and two prime ministers (Angela Merkel and Tony Blair). The analysis focuses on the structure and content of the websites; the relation betw...

  18. 75 FR 16815 - Center for Scientific Review; Notice of Closed Meetings

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    2010-04-02

    ... Committee: Center for Scientific Review Special Emphasis Panel; OBT Member Conflict--Cancer Biology. Date...). Contact Person: Angela Y. Ng, MBA, PhD, Scientific Review Officer, Center for Scientific Review, National... Emphasis Panel; Member Conflict: Addiction, Learning and Stress. Date: May 4-5, 2010. Time: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m...

  19. Health promotion settings: principles and practice

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    Scriven, Angela; Hodgins, Margaret

    2012-01-01

    ... Hodgins 2012 Chapters 1 and 4 and Introduction to Part I © Angela Scriven Chapter 2 © Mark Dooris Chapter 3 © Margaret Hodgins and John Griffiths Chapters 5 and 11 © Jane South and James Woodall Chapter 6 © Susan Biddle and Martin Seymour Chapter 7 © Sally Fawkes, Colin Fudge and Katrin Engelhardt Chapter 8 © Trevor Hancock Cha...

  20. Optical laser-induced CO desorption from Ru(0001) monitored with a free-electron X-ray laser

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    Öberg, H.; Gladh, J.; Dell'Angela, M.

    2015-01-01

    (~1.4 eV at 2000 K). Experimental pump-probe X-ray absorption/X-ray emission spectroscopy indicates population of a precursor state to desorption upon laser-excitation of the system (Dell'Angela et al., 2013). Computing spectra along the desorption path confirms the picture of a weakly bound transient...

  1. Nigerian Health Journal - Vol 14, No 4 (2014)

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    Seiyefa Fun-Akpa Brisibe, Best Ordinioha, 150-156. Prevalence of Hypertension in School going Adolescents in Rural areas of Rivers State, South-South Nigeria. Joyce Okagua, Nwadiuto Akani, 157-164. Childhood Asthma: A Clinical Study in Southern Nigeria. Boma Alali Ngozi Okoh, Angela Ine Frank-Briggs, 165-171 ...

  2. African Journal of Biotechnology - Vol 12, No 11 (2013)

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    Physiological blockage in plants in response to postharvest stress · EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. Marcos Ribeiro da Silva Vieira, Caio Marcio Guimarães Santos, Angela Vacaro de Souza, Reinaldo de Alencar Paes, Luzia Ferreira da Silva, 1168- ...

  3. Sociocultural Influences on Science and on Science Identities

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    Guerra, Andreia; Rezende, Flavia

    2017-01-01

    Angela Chapman and Allan Feldman (2016) conducted a study that aimed to exam how a group of diverse urban high school students were affected by the participation in a contextually based authentic science experience. The analysis of all data led the authors to conclude that the experience of authentic science positively influenced the science…

  4. 78 FR 72718 - NASA Advisory Council; Audit, Finance and Analysis Committee; Meeting

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    ... they are attending the Audit, Finance, and Analysis Committee meeting in room 8E40 before receiving an... to Angela Herring, Executive Secretary, Audit, Finance, and Analysis Committee, FAX (202) 358-4336... NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION [Notice: (13-139)] NASA Advisory Council; Audit...

  5. Educational audit on drug dose calculation learning in a Tanzanian ...

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    Educational audit on drug dose calculation learning in a Tanzanian school of nursing. Angela Ruth Savage. St John's University of Tanzania. Abstract. Background: Patient safety is a key concern for nurses; ability to calculate drug doses correctly is an essential skill to prevent and reduce medication errors. Literature ...

  6. 77 FR 60007 - Medical Review Board Public Meeting

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    ... comment (or of the person signing the comment, if submitted on behalf of an association, business, labor... . FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Angela Ward, Nurse Consultant, Medical Programs Division, (202) 366..., motor carriers, drivers, and representatives of medical and scientific associations. Oral comments on...

  7. Gorodskoje jaitso / Leonid Surkov

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    1998-01-01

    Tallinna linna kaunistavatest ausammastest ja dekoratiivskulptuuridest ning Rävala pst-le Hoiupanga uue hoone ette planeeritud dekoratiivskulptuuri projektide konkursi võidutöödest : I koha sai Angela Orgussaare töö "Urban Egg", mis artikli autori arvates ei pääse antud kohal mõjule.

  8. Mahalanobis Distance-Based Classifiers are Able to Recognize EEG Patterns by Using Few EEG Electrodes

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    Mouriño 3 , Angela Cattini 4 , Serenella Salinari 4 , Maria Grazia Marciani 2,5 and Febo Cincotti 5 1 Dip. Fisiologia umana e Farmacologia...Performing Organization Name(s) and Address(es) Dip. Fisiologia umana e Farmacologia, Università "La Sapienza", Rome, ITALY Performing Organization

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    Makolo, Angela. Vol 22, No 2 (2015) - Articles Development of a food to calorie converter mobile application: a case study of Nigerian foods. Abstract. ISSN: 2006-5523. AJOL African Journals Online. HOW TO USE AJOL... for Researchers · for Librarians · for Authors · FAQ's · More about AJOL · AJOL's Partners · Terms and ...

  10. Comparison of testers in the selection of S3 families obtained from the UENF-14 variety of popcorn

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    Full Text Available ABSTRACT The use of topcross has proven to be an interesting option for the maize crop; however, for the popcorn, there is little information about the choice of the appropriate tester. In this context, this study aimed to analyze four testers including two open pollinated varieties(BRS Angela and UENF-14, one topcross hybrid (IAC125 and a line (P2, to evaluate the combining ability of 50 S3 families of popcorn, obtained from the UENF-14 variety. Popcorn families were evaluated for grain yield (GY and popping expansion (PE. The estimates of general and specific combining abilities were obtained and the discrimination of each tester through differentiation index was carried out. The testers BRS Angela (for GY and IAC 125 (for PE were the most adequate, when combined with the best S3 families derived from UENF-14, for the production of popcorn hybrids for the Northern and Northwestern Fluminense Regions.

  11. Increased leptin/leptin receptor pathway affects systemic and airway inflammation in COPD former smokers

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    Profita, Mirella; Bruno,; Alessi,; Soresi,; Bonanno,; Riccobono,; Montalbano,; Albano,; Gjomarkaj,

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    Andreina Bruno1, Marinella Alessi2, Simona Soresi2, Anna Bonanno1, Loredana Riccobono1, Angela Marina Montalbano1, Giusy Daniela Albano1, Mark Gjomarkaj1, Mirella Profita11Institute of Biomedicine and Molecular Immunology, Italian National Research Council, Palermo, Italy; 2Dipartimento Biomedico di Biomedicina Interna e Specialistica, University Palermo, ItalyBackground: Leptin, a hormone produced mainly by adipose tissue, regulates food intake and energy expenditure. It is involved in infla...

  12. Portreed Chaplinis / Grete Naaber

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    1999-01-01

    26. augustil avati Chaplini Keskuses portreenäitus 'Ma tunnen end paremini', kus võib näha Violeta Bybelite, Maria Bengtssoni, Lieve Ulbrughsi, Edward Lucie-Smithi, Judith Vidal-Halli, Mark Soosaare, August Weizenbergi, Ants Laikmaa, Eduard Wiiralti, Evald Okase, Ene Luik Mudisti, Kaili Angela Konno töid (osa töid valmis rahvusvahelise konverentsi 'Tsensuur ja enesetsensuur' raames)

  13. American Culture’s Shifting Perspective on Female Homosexuality From the 1970’s to the Present

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    williams, Courtney

    2012-01-01

    Homosexuality has been a subject of controversy since before it was removed from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM) in 1973 as a mental disease. Female homosexuality holds special significance because women have generally been victims of sexism, both subtle and blatant, which has led to harmful effects, whether through individual or interpersonal discrimination (Angela R. Gillem et al, 2000). These issues began to be recognized when the second wave of feminism came into play, also kn...

  14. The Dorothy I. Height Center for Health Equity and Evaluation Research (CHEER)

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    Shinagawa Angela Sy, DrPH Frank Talamantes, PhD Continuing Education Committee Jody Pelusi, FNP ...Committee Lovell Jones, PhD, Chair Thelma Crider Continuing Education Committee Jody Pelusi, FNP , AOCN, PhD, Chair Cynthia Y. Clark, AAS James L...mdanderson.org Jody Pelusi, FNP , AOCN, PhD* Oncology Nurse Practitioner Northern Arizona Hematology and Oncology US Oncology P.O. Box 6330 6601 W. Cortez

  15. Spatial information in public consultation within environmental impact assessments

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    2015-01-01

    Thesis Summary Spatial information in public consultation within Environmental Impact Assessments Angela N. Mwenda Established in the United States of America in 1970, Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is an interdisciplinary approach that considers the anticipated impacts of development on the environment, and proposes timely mitigation of these impacts to the extent possible. Since then, EIA has continued to be established in countries worldwide, with modifications being made to suit re...

  16. International Journal of Biological and Chemical Sciences - Vol 11 ...

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    Williams Ima Okon, Angela Imanse Ogri, Godwin Oju Igile, Item Justin Atangwho, 1000-1011 .... Jacobi, 1912 (Cicadellidae) en comparaison avec la distribution de la pluviométrie au cours des vingt dernières années dans les zones de culture cotonnière en Côte d'Ivoire · EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT

  17. Poststructuralist Agency in the Southern California Punk Scene

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    Spence, Rebecca

    2010-01-01

    Punk is often thought of as a culture of resistance—resistance to conventional music, to conservative politics, to standards of appearance, to parental authority. Few portrayals do much to clarify what specifically qualifies as punk and what does not, but rather favor a general, though impassioned, description of punk as quintessentially resistant. This is appealing largely due to conflicts within the punk community about how to define its borders. Angela McRobbie, in Postmodernism and Popula...

  18. Memory Maintenance (A Cup of Health with CDC)

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    2013-05-16

    Approximately one in eight adults over the age of 60 experiences some degree of confusion or memory loss. These cognitive changes often lead to social isolation and limit the ability to live independently. In this podcast, Angela Deokar discusses the emerging problem of cognitive decline among older adults.  Created: 5/16/2013 by MMWR.   Date Released: 5/16/2013.

  19. The Study about the Influence of the Pop Culture for the Japanese Fashion : The Historical Materials Collection about the Connection of Japanese Fashion and Pop Cultures after World War II

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    田中, 里尚; 中村, 仁; 梅原, 宏司; 齋木, 吉隆; 古賀, 令子

    2010-01-01

    The purpose of this research collect and arrange documents and historical materials to determine how pop culture influenced the fashion in Japan after World War II. In 2010, we firstly collected previous fashion and popular culture studies done in foreign countries. We found many intriguing studies, but we came upon one which was particularly noteworthy. As a means of clarifying the relationship between fashion and pop culture, we collected books written by Angela McRobbie. Second, we collect...

  20. Tänukiri

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    Tulemusliku töö eest tänukirjaga autasustatud TPÜ töötajad ja külalislektorid: Angela Arraste, Cécile Eliziere, Margus Harak, Aili Kants, Edgar Karofeld, Aili Kelam, Wolf Peter Klein, Jüri Kruusvall, Marek Kuzmin, Viivi Maanso, Avo Petrauts, Anne Rooste, Helve Siivo, Leida Talts, Aili Tamm, Anu Toots, Ülo Ugaste, Urve Väljas, Paul Ruudi / allikas : TPÜ rektori käskkiri, 13. oktoober 2000

  1. ISIS and Social Media: The Combatant Commander’s Guide to Countering ISIS’s Social Media Campaign

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    2015-06-07

    ISIS Five-Point Plan to Getting Round Suspension of Social Media Accounts: Get on Russian Version of Facebook , avoid YouTube and Hack Western TV...accounts-Get-Russian-version- Facebook -avoid-YouTube- hack -western-TV- channels.html. Corman, Steven, H.L. Goodall, JR, and Angela Trethewey...3 2 Facebook Penetration in Arab Countries 4 3 ISIS Social Media Post: The Execution of James Foley 7 4 Tweet

  2. Zahraniční politika Merkelové vůči Turecku v kontextu migrační krize

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    Böhmová, Magdalena

    2017-01-01

    This bachelor thesis deals with German-Turkish relations in the past years from the economic, politic and cultural perspective. Furthermore, it describes Angela Merkel's foreign policy towards Turkey from the moment she became chancellor until the point before the breakout of the migration crisis. It continues by mapping the actions taken by Germany and EU in order to handle the crisis and concludes, how or if the chancellor's policy making towards Turkey changed due to the migration crisis b...

  3. Red card for EU member-states? / Anna-Maria Galojan

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    Galojan, Anna-Maria, 1982-

    2010-01-01

    Saksamaa kantsler Angela Merkel ütles Saksamaa parlamendile, et Euroopa Liidus kehtivad reeglid pole piisavalt tugevad, et tulevikus vajab Euroopa Liit oma lepingus sätet, mis võimaldaks viimase hädaabinõuna arvata riik euroalast välja. Autor leiab, et Baltimaad võiks arvestada sellega, et reeglite täitmine võib rahvale keeruline olla

  4. Asperger syndrome and DSM-5: a dilemma for a college freshman.

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    Galligan, Meghan G; Feinstein, Carl; Sulkes, Stephen S; Bisagno, Joan M; Stein, Martin T

    2013-09-01

    Angela is an 18-year-old college freshman who made an appointment with her pediatrician because of academic and social difficulties at college. She was diagnosed with Asperger disorder at age 6 based on difficulties relating to adults and peers, perseverative patterns of interest, and normal language development.She received special education services in middle school to help follow directions and complete assignments. She reports feeling very isolated during this time. In freshman year of high school, she insisted on discontinuing special education and managed with weekly private individual psychotherapy.In sophomore year, Angela learned strategies to get additional help from her teachers about assignments, and her grades improved. Socially, she formed a close friendship with a classmate who was also on the autistic spectrum, and she found a group of friends through this individual. As a senior with an upward grade trajectory and good SAT scores, she was admitted to a competitive 4-year college. In a precollege consult 6 months ago, she was anxious about fitting in.Angela began college classes without accommodations, but she now describes a challenging semester. She has not made many friends. She finds her courses difficult and does not fully understand assignments. She believes her peers dislike her. She thinks she would benefit from receiving note-taking and other services and asks you to document her disability for the college so that she might obtain accommodations.You point out that the DSM-5 eliminates the Asperger category. Angela is concerned. She does not believe that her profile is consistent with autism spectrum disorder, and she fears that being labeled as autistic will be prejudicial at school. Yet she is worried about retaining eligibility for services on the basis of a disability. How do you counsel her?

  5. New species of Aleurodamaeus Grandjean, 1954 (Oribatida: Aleurodamaeidae) from South Africa.

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    Hugo-Coetzee, Elizabeth A

    2013-01-01

    Seven new species of Aleurodamaeus (Oribatida: Aleurodamaeidae) from South Africa are described: A. salvadordalii sp. nov., A. vicinus sp. nov., A. angelae sp. nov., A. niedbalai sp. nov., A. minutus sp. nov., A. woasi sp. nov. and A. prominens sp. nov. Their distribution in South Africa is discussed. Aleurodamaeus deswardti (Hugo, 2010) comb. nov. is proposed. A key to all South African species of Aleurodamaeus is provided.

  6. Sexual dysfunction in diabetic women: prevalence and differences in type 1 and type 2 diabetes mellitus

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    Mazzilli, Rossella; Imbrogno, Norina; Elia, Jlenia; Delfino, Michele; Bitterman, Olimpia; Napoli, Angela; Mazzilli, Fernando

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    Rossella Mazzilli, Norina Imbrogno, Jlenia Elia, Michele Delfino, Olimpia Bitterman, Angela Napoli, Fernando Mazzilli Department of Clinical and Molecular Medicine, Sant'Andrea Hospital, Unit of Diabetology and Endocrinology, University of Rome Sapienza, Rome, Italy Background: The aim of this work was to evaluate the impact of diabetes on female sexuality and to highlight any differences between sexuality in the context of type 1 and type 2 diabetes mellitus (DM). Methods: The subje...

  7. A woman's place is in...healthcare, as Modern Healthcare's Top 25 Women connote explosive growth in the number of female executives in C-suites.

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    Kirchheimer, Barbara

    2007-04-16

    More women are moving into C-suites across the healthcare industry, and this year's Top 25 Women in Healthcare represent some of the highest-profile females to make the move. Angela Braly, shown center, with co-workers, becomes the first woman CEO of WellPoint in June, and says the trend will soon be a nonstory, "because there are going to be so many women leaders in healthcare".

  8. Orphan drugs in development for long-chain fatty acid oxidation disorders: challenges and progress

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    Merritt II, J Lawrence; Sun,Angela

    2015-01-01

    Angela Sun, J Lawrence Merritt II Department of Pediatrics, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA Abstract: Fatty acid oxidation disorders are inborn errors of metabolism resulting in failure of ß-oxidation within or transport of fatty acids into the mitochondria. The long-chain fatty acid oxidation disorders are characterized by variable presentations ranging from newborn cardiomyopathy, to infantile hypoketotic hypoglycemia resulting from liver involvement, to skeletal myopa...

  9. OPPOSITIVE METAPHORICAL MODELS IN THE GERMAN POLITICAL DISCOURSE

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    Tameryan, T.Yu.

    2016-06-01

    Full Text Available The paper deals with the analysis of German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s metaphoric image in the German press. As a result of analysis 8 binary metaphorical constructions, verbalized by two components, one of which is positively marked (PM, the other one have been negatively (NM identified. Statistical analysis of the linguistic material allowed to conclude that the assessment of Merkel is ambivalently with a slight predominance of positive estimation.

  10. German Business in Russia

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    Irakliy D. Gvazava

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available Since Perestroika German-Russian relationships have been steadily developing fueled by close contacts between the leaders of both countries. Boris Yeltsin and Helmut Kohl, Vladimir Putin and Gerhard Schröder, Dmitry Medvedev and Angela Merkel had friendly relations resulted in some fruitful business projects, intergovernmental economic forums etc. In my article I will consider the activities of German companies in Russia, advantages, barriers and expectations

  11. Integrated ocean drilling program expedition 341 Preliminary report: Southern Alaska margin- Interactions of tectonics, climate, and sedimentation

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    Jaeger, J.M.; Asahi, H.; Gulick, S.S.; Bahlburg, H.; LeVay, L; Belanger, C.L; Slagle, A.L; Berbel, G.B.B.; Drab, L; Childress, L.B.; Cowan, E.A.; Konno, S.; Forwick, M.; Marz, C.E; Fukumura, A.; Matsuzaki, K.M.; Ge, S.; McClymont, E.L.; Gupta, S.M.; et al.

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  12. Tambores do sertão, diferença colonial e interculturalidade: entreliçamento entre Umbanda/Quimbanda e Candomblé Angola no Norte de Minas Gerais

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    Full Text Available BORGES, Angela Cristina. Tambores do sertão, diferença colonial e interculturalidade: entreliçamento entre Umbanda/Quimbanda e Candomblé Angola no Norte de Minas Gerais. 2016. Tese (Doutorado - Programa de Pós-graduação em Ciência da Religião, Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo, São Paulo

  13. Beaked Whale Strandings and Naval Exercises

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    Hull Street, San Diego, CA 92152-5001, USA; E-mail: angela.damico@navy.mil 2Office of Naval Research, P.O. Box 3122, Arlington, VA 22203, USA 3Woods...Otology and Laryngology, 243 Charles Street, Boston, MA 02114, USA 5Smithsonian Institution, P.O. Box 37012, MCR 163, Washington, DC 20013-7012, USA...1892). Observations anatomiques sur l’Hyperoodon rostratus Lilljeborg. Annales de Sciences Naturelles, Zoologie, 13(7), 259-320. Brasil , L. (1909

  14. Comparison of pain perception between open and minimally invasive surgery in total knee arthroplasty

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    Moretti, Biagio; Vitale, Elsa; Esposito, Antonio; Colella, Antonio; Cassano, Maria; Notarnicola, Angela

    2010-01-01

    Biagio Moretti, Elsa Vitale , Antonio Esposito, Antonio Colella, Maria Cassano, Angela NotarnicolaDepartment of Clinical Methodology and Surgical Techniques, Orthopedics Section, Faculty of Medicine and Surgery of University of Bari, General Hospital, Bari, ItalyAbstract: Total knee arthroplasty (TKA) was a well-established procedure that had shown excellent long-term results in terms of reduced pain and increased mobility. Pain was one of the most important outcome measures that contributed ...

  15. Superpositions of light fields carrying orbital angular momentum

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    Dudley, Angela L

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available OF LIGHT FIELDS CARRYING ORBITAL ANGULAR MOMENTUM By Angela Dudley A thesis submitted in fulfilment of the academic requirements for the PhD degree of Science in the School of Chemistry and Physics, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban... this dissertation for submission. _________________________________ Prof Andrew Forbes On this_______day of____________________________2012 iv Declaration 2 - Plagiarism I, ???????????????. declare that 1...

  16. Security conference convenes in Munich / Ella Karapetyan

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    2011-01-01

    Eesti president osales Münchenis toimunud rahvusvahelisel julgeolekupoliitika konverentsil, kus räägiti ka strateegilist tuumarelvastust piiravast START lepingust, olukorrast araabia maades ja finantskriisi mõjust julgeolekule. Toomas Hendrik Ilves juhtis diskussiooni relvastuskontrollist. Konverentsil osalesid ka Robert Zoellick, Wolfgang Schaueble, George Soros, Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg, William Hague, Hillary Clinton, Sergei Lavrov, David Cameron, Catherine Ashton, Ban ki-moon, Anders Fogh Rasmussen ja Angela Merkel. Müncheni julgeolekukonverents 04.02.2011 - 06.02.2011

  17. On the identity and taxonomic status of the enigmatic mantid Thespoides bolivari Chopard, 1916 (Mantodea: Mantidae, Angelinae).

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    Rivera, Julio

    2014-05-21

    Chopard (1916) published a brief paper in which he cited and described a number of praying mantis species from the neotropics. The specimens he studied belonged to the prominent Spanish Entomologist Ignacio Bolívar y Urrutia (1850-1944), whose collection is now housed at the Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales in Madrid (MNCN), Spain (Izquierdo et al. 1997). In this publication Chopard described Thespoides bolivari Chopard, 1916 as a new genus and species, based on a single male obtained by French coleopterist René Oberthür in Cauca, Colombia. According to Chopard (1916) the specimen was remarkable for having, among other features, an abdomen that is markedly shorter than the rest of its body-certainly an unusual morphological trait among the Mantodea. Chopard assigned Thespoides to the Miopteryginae (Thespidae), but it was later reassigned (together with Angela Serville, 1839 as the "Angelae group") to the subfamily Schizocephalinae (Mantidae) by Giglio-Tos (1927). Current classifications consider the Angelinae to comprise a distinct subfamily of the Mantidae, with Thespoides and Angela as the only representatives of this subfamily with a Neotropical distribution (e.g. Ehrmann 2002).

  18. Mined-out land

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    Reinsalu, Enno; Toomik, Arvi; Valgma, Ingo

    2002-01-01

    Estonian mineral resources are deposited in low depth and mining fields are large, therefore vast areas are affected by mining. There are at least 800 deposits with total area of 6,000 km 2 and about the same number of underground mines, surface mines, peat fields, quarries, and sand and gravel pits. The deposits cover more than 10% of Estonian mainland. The total area of operating mine claims exceeds 150 km 2 that makes 0.3 % of Estonian area. The book is written mainly for the people who are living or acting in the area influenced by mining. The observations and research could benefit those who are interested in geography and environment, who follow formation and look of mined-out landscapes. The book contains also warnings for careless people on and under the surface of the mined-out land. Part of the book contains results of the research made in 1968-1993 by the first two authors working at the Estonian branch of A.Skochinsky Institute of Mining. Since 1990, Arvi Toomik continued this study at the Northeastern section of the Institute of Ecology of Tallinn Pedagogical University. Enno Reinsalu studied aftereffects of mining at the Mining Department of Tallinn Technical University from 1998 to 2000. Geographical Information System for Mining was studied by Ingo Valgma within his doctoral dissertation, and this book is one of the applications of his study

  19. Places with Prime Contract Awards of $5 Million or More, Fiscal Year 1987.

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  20. «Solche wie Sie wollen wir hier nicht» Homosexuelle in der psychoanalytischen Ausbildung – Rückblick einer Berliner Psychoanalytikerin

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    2016-07-01

    Full Text Available Der Artikel zeigt auf, in welches Dilemma Homosexuelle bis vor nicht allzu langer Zeit noch gerieten, wenn sie eine psychoanalytische Ausbzw. Weiterbildung machen wollten. Einige Auswirkungen der institutionellen Diskriminierung auf die Situation der AusbildungskandidatInnen, beispielsweise die Notwendigkeit einer Selbstverleugnung als Eintrittskarte in ein psychoanalytisches Institut oder das Verunmöglichen des freien Assoziierens in der Lehranalyse, werden anhand eines Beispiels aus den 1980er Jahren in Deutschland veranschaulicht. Angela Hennig, die ihre psychoanalytische Ausbildung in der Zeit von 1981–1991 in Berlin absolvierte, hat sich dankenswerterweise für eine Berichterstattung zu dem Thema zur Verfügung gestellt.

  1. Unravelling Bessel beams: Presentation

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    Mhlanga, T

    2013-07-01

    Full Text Available Mhlanga1,3, Angela Dudley1, Martin Lavery2, Miles Padgett2 and Andrew Forbes1,3 1CSIR National Laser Centre, PO Box 395, Pretoria, 0001, South Africa 2Department of Physics & Astronomy, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK 3College of Agriculture...,* Thandeka Mhlanga,1Martin Lavery,2 Andre McDonald,1 Filippus S. Roux,1 Miles Padgett,2 and Andrew Forbes1 1CSIR National Laser Centre, PO Box 395, Pretoria 0001, South Africa 2 Department of Physics & Astronomy, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK *adudley...

  2. Equitable research: a bridge too far?

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    Walls, Leon

    2017-06-01

    This paper is written in response to Angela Chapman and Allan Feldman's research study, "Cultivation of science identity through authentic science in an urban high school". I utilize this forum piece to extend the call for "awakening a dialogue" that critically assesses the effectiveness of current K-12 science education research in addressing the needs of populations of color. I take the opportunity to first discuss elements of what an equitable research focus might look like. I finish by critiquing and ultimately commending the authors on the degree to which they succeed in demonstrating an equitable approach to the design and carrying out of their study.

  3. Life atomic a history of radioisotopes in science and medicine

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    Creager, Angela N H

    2013-01-01

    After World War II, the US Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) began mass-producing radioisotopes, sending out nearly 64,000 shipments of radioactive materials to scientists and physicians by 1955. Even as the atomic bomb became the focus of Cold War anxiety, radioisotopes represented the government's efforts to harness the power of the atom for peace-advancing medicine, domestic energy, and foreign relations.             In Life Atomic, Angela N. H. Creager tells the story of how these radioisotopes, which were simultaneously scientific tools and political icons, transformed biomedicine and ecolog

  4. Note e recensioni

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    2012-10-01

    Full Text Available Adriano Ardovino, Raccogliere il mondo. Per una fenomenologia della rete [Angela Maiello] • Clive Bell, L’Arte [Filippo Focosi] • Alessandro Bertinetto, Il pensiero dei suoni. Temi di filosofia della musica [Domenica Lentini] • Terrence Deacon, Incomplete Nature. How Mind Emerged From Matter [Mariagrazia Portera] • Roger Scruton, La bellezza. Ragione ed esperienza estetica [Filippo Focosi] • Miriam Bratu Hansen, Cinema and Experience. Sigfried Kracauer, Walter Benjamin and Theoder W. Adorno [Domenico Spinosa] • Lawrence Barsalou, scritti sulla “Grounded Cognition” [Gialuca Consoli] • Dis-forme, Università degli Studi di Palermo, 28-29 maggio 2012 [Michele Bertolini e Pietro Conte

  5. Optimizing Cognitive Performance: The Relationship of Self-Theory to the Human Dimension Concept

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    2015-06-12

    at least in part, and perhaps in large part, to genetics, and that educational and other interventions have little impact on IQ and little effect on...Will Face Duke for N.C.A.A. Title,” The New York Times, 4 April 2015, accessed 7 April 2015, http://www.nytimes.com/2015/04/05/ sports ...Elizabeth P. Shulman, Scott A. Beal, and Angela L. Duckworth, “The Grit Effect: Predicting retention in the military, the workplace , school and marriage

  6. External Tank Liquid Hydrogen (LH2) Prepress Regression Analysis Independent Review Technical Consultation Report

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    Parsons, Vickie s.

    2009-01-01

    The request to conduct an independent review of regression models, developed for determining the expected Launch Commit Criteria (LCC) External Tank (ET)-04 cycle count for the Space Shuttle ET tanking process, was submitted to the NASA Engineering and Safety Center NESC on September 20, 2005. The NESC team performed an independent review of regression models documented in Prepress Regression Analysis, Tom Clark and Angela Krenn, 10/27/05. This consultation consisted of a peer review by statistical experts of the proposed regression models provided in the Prepress Regression Analysis. This document is the consultation's final report.

  7. La tiranía de los ideales: La subjetividad femenina y la violencia intrafamiliar

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    Jaramillo Burgos, Ángela María

    2002-01-01

    Las cargas tiránicas de la cultura en relación con el ideal de femineidad son tratadas en el trabajo de la psicóloga psicoanalista Angela María Jaramillo. A partir de estudios de caso, la autora recrea las tensiones y resistencias que experimentan mujeres violentadas en la relación de pareja: el conocimiento de las leyes que castigan la violencia que contra ellas se ejerce es insuficiente para hacer valer sus derechos. Son necesarias, también, acciones encaminadas a transformar los imaginario...

  8. Army Grit: Field Marshal Viscount Slims Key to Victory

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    2017-05-25

    demands, military personnel have to know what it means to dig deep during self-study, training, and execution. Psychologist and MacArthur “genius grant...war’s demands, military personnel have to know what it means to dig deep during self- study, training, and execution. Psychologist and MacArthur “genius...accomplish a range of missions.6 Psychologist and MacArthur “genius grant” winner Angela Duckworth, in her work, Grit: The Power of Passion and

  9. Deutsches Atomforum turns fifty; 50 Jahre Deutsches Atomforum

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    Geisler, Maja [Deutsches Atomforum e.V., Berlin (Germany). Bereich Oeffentlichkeitsarbeit, Informationskreis KernEnergie

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    Fifty years ago, the Deutsches Atomforum e. V. was founded to promote the peaceful uses of nuclear power in Germany. On July 1, 2009, the organization celebrated its fiftieth birthday in Berlin. The anniversary was celebrated in the Berlin electricity plant, Germany's oldest existing building for commercial electricity generation. DAtF President Dr. Walter Hohlefelder welcomed some 200 high-ranking guests from politics, industry, and from the nuclear community, above all, the Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany, Dr. Angela Merkel, and, as keynote speaker, Professor Dr. Arnulf Baring. (orig.)

  10. Insights into the Ukrainian Crisis

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    2014-05-01

    Full Text Available Political crises are increasingly frequent and devastating not only for the population of a state, but also for the international diplomacy. Such an example is the ongoing Ukrainian crisis. Starting from S. Fink‘s life cycle of a crisis and T.W. Coombs‘s crisis response strategies, I will analyse the evolution of the Ukrainian crisis and the crisis response strategies of three major international actors: Vladimir Putin, Barack Obama and Angela Merkel. The findings of my study will prove that the denial strategy prevails in Putin‘s statement, whereas Obama uses the diminish strategy and Merkel focuses on the bolstering strategy.

  11. United Nations Climate Change Bulletin

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    The journal has printed a collection of five articles published just before the July 1996 second Conference of the Parties (COP-2) where some 160 countries were to meet to work on the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change. Raul Estrado-Oyuela discusses the progress of the Ad Hoc Group on the Berlin Mandate (AGBM) now half-way through its two-year task of preparing a protocol or other legal instrument to further the goals of the Convention and recommends directions for further effort. Vitaly Matsarki reviews national efforts to implement the Convention. Dr. Angela Merkel, presents her views on the lines that ministers should take at COP-2.

  12. Deutsches Atomforum turns fifty

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    2009-01-01

    Fifty years ago, the Deutsches Atomforum e. V. was founded to promote the peaceful uses of nuclear power in Germany. On July 1, 2009, the organization celebrated its fiftieth birthday in Berlin. The anniversary was celebrated in the Berlin electricity plant, Germany's oldest existing building for commercial electricity generation. DAtF President Dr. Walter Hohlefelder welcomed some 200 high-ranking guests from politics, industry, and from the nuclear community, above all, the Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany, Dr. Angela Merkel, and, as keynote speaker, Professor Dr. Arnulf Baring. (orig.)

  13. F87. My home - my car - my petrol station; F87. Mein Haus - mein Auto - meine Tanksstelle. Das Effizienzhaus Plus mit Elektromobilitaet in Berlin

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    Michaely, Petra [Werner Sobek Stuttgart GmbH und Co.KG, Stuttgart (Germany); Schroth, Juergen; Schuster, Heide; Thuemmler, Thomas [WSGreen Technologies GmbH, Stuttgart (Germany); Sobek, Werner [Werner Sobek Stuttgart GmbH und Co.KG, Stuttgart (Germany); Stuttgart Univ. (Germany). Inst. fuer Leichtbau Entwerfen und Konstruieren

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    In the presence of Federal Chancellor Dr. Angela Merkel, the efficient house Plus was inaugurated in December 2011 in Berlin (Federal Republic of Germany). This building is a temporary dwelling with a floor space of approximately 130 square meters. This building generates all the necessary energy for the operation and comfort by itself. The generated energy also is sufficient for the annual energy demand of two electric cars and an electric bicycle. The building also serves as a showcase to inform the general public.

  14. LALIGENS

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    exclusivité à la Présidente de l'Allemagne, Angela Merkel, a fait preuve de sa tendance vers cette image stéréotypée des femmes en référant à sa femme en particulière. Un tel discours venant du président d'un grand pays comme le Nigeria à un haut niveau de discours diplomatique était scandaleux parce qu'il parlait ...

  15. TRAUMA EM SOLAR STORMS: O MUNDO SOMBRIO E PERIGOSO DE HANNAH WING

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    Full Text Available Em Solar Storms (publicado em 1995, a autora Linda Hogan explora o universo de pessoas de origem indígena que passaram por experiências profundamente traumáticas. Este artigo analisa a construção de uma das personagens da obra, Hannah Wing, mãe de Angela, a protagonista da narrativa. Para tanto, são levadas em consideração a linguagem e as histórias – dois aspectos muito importantes para os povos nativo-americanos – utilizadas por Hogan para desenvolver a personagem de Hannah, que apresenta traumas de origem transgeracional.

  16. Measuring phase with Stokes measurements

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    Dudley, Angela L

    2014-07-01

    Full Text Available Measurements Angela Dudley1, Giovanni Milione2, Robert Alfano2 and Andrew Forbes1. 1 CSIR National Laser Centre, Pretoria, South Africa. 2 Institute for Ultrafast Spectroscopy and Lasers, Physics Department, City College of New York,160 Convent Ave., New... polarimetry I45° IR I135° IL S2 S3 tan-1 S2 S3 * : Control the phase between & Stokes polarimetry involves four separate measurements * Independently control the phase between & Requirements for a digital adaptation of Stokes polarimetery: 45° I45° U...

  17. Strangers, The State and the Self in Germany: A comparative View

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    Platenkamp, Jos D.M.

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    When, in 2010, the German chancellor Angela Merkel dismissed the “multicultural approach” as an “absolute failure”, and the Bavarian minister-president Horst Seehofer insisted that the “integration” of immigrants could only be achieved if they complied with “our German Leitkultur ” they both reiterated the essentialist reications of a ‘national identity’ characterising the public and political discourses of many European nation-states. There indeed appears to be a growing consensus that the r...

  18. Worldwide natural gas vehicles become reality. World conference for natural gas vehicles HGV`98 in Cologne; Erdgasfahrzeuge werden weltweit Realitaet. Weltkonferenz fuer Erdgasfahrzeuge NGV`98 in Koeln

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    Ganser, B. [Rhenag Rheinische Energie AG, Koeln (Germany)

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    The 6th World Conference for natural gas vehicles (NGV `98) which was held from May 26th-28th, 1998 in Cologne under the patronage of the Federal Environment Minister Dr. Angela Merkel, lead more than 1000 participants from all over the world to the Cathedral City. The conference, accompanied by an exhibition at which 65 exhibitors showed the newest trends in the vehicle- and filling station technology, was made use of by more than 2000 visitors to inform themselves about the latest technical developments. With this extremely positive resonance of visitors for the conference and trade exhibition, the NGV `98 so far is worldwide the largest event on alternative vehicle drivers. (orig.) [Deutsch] Die 6. Weltkonferenz fuer Erdgasfahrzeuge (NGV `98), die vom 26. bis 28. Maerz 1998 in Koeln unter der Schirmherrschaft von Bundesumweltministerin Dr. Angela Merkel stattfand, fuehrte mehr als 1000 Teilnehmer aus aller Welt in die Domstadt. Die konferenzbegleitende Ausstellung, auf der 65 Aussteller die neuesten Trends in der Fahrzeug- und Tankstellentechnik zeigten, wurde von den mehr als 2000 Besuchern genutzt, um sich ueber die aktuellen technischen Entwicklungen zu informieren. Mit dieser aeusserst positiven Besucherresonanz von Konferenz und Fachausstellung ist die NGV `98 weltweit die bisher groesste Veranstaltung ueber alternative Fahrzeugantriebe. (orig.)

  19. Christina Holtz-Bacha (Hg.: Frauen, Politik und Medien. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften 2008

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    Tanja Maier

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    Full Text Available In dem von Christina Holtz-Bacha herausgegebenen Sammelband wird aus einer kommunikationswissenschaftlichen Perspektive untersucht, wie Politikerinnen in höchsten politischen Ämtern medial repräsentiert werden. In den einzelnen Beiträgen wird der Frage nachgegangen, ob die zunehmende Sichtbarkeit von Politikerinnen wie Angela Merkel, Christina Kirchner oder Ségolène Royal auch zu einer veränderten medialen Berichterstattung geführt habe. Analysiert werden nicht nur die mediale Präsenz von Politikerinnen im Vergleich zu ihren männlichen Kollegen, sondern auch die Gemeinsamkeiten und Unterschiede in den textuellen und bildlichen Darstellungsweisen. Der Band liefert aus der Perspektive der politischen Kommunikationsforschung einige interessante empirische Einzelanalysen. Die theoretische Auseinandersetzung mit Konzepten der Geschlechterforschung spielt nur am Rande eine Rolle.The essays in the collected volume, edited by Christina Holtz-Bacha, approach the question as to the manner in which female politicians in the highest political offices are represented by the media. They do so from the perspective of communication studies. They examine whether the ever-increasing visibility of politicians such as Angela Merkel, Christina Kirchner or Ségolène Royal has also led to a change in the media’s news coverage. The focus is not only the media presence of female politicians as compared to their male colleagues but also the similarities and differences in the types of textual and visual representations.

  20. Magistritööde kaitsmine : [Kaja Tiisel jt.

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    3. veebr. '99 kaitses Kaja Tiisel TPÜ infoteaduste magistrikraadi kaitsmisnõukogus magistritööd "Tallinna Toomkooli raamatukogu arengulugu ning koostis"; 4. märtsil Uno Ilm TPÜ psühholoogia magistrikraadi kaitsmisnõukogus magistritööd "Süüdimõistetute kriminaalne subkultuur slängis ja tätoveeringutes"; 11. mail Katri Laurimaa TPÜ filoloogiateaduste magistrikraadi kaitsmisnõukogus magistritööd "Muinasjutu "Vahetatud naine" (AT 403B) eesti teisendid rahvusvahelises kontekstis" ja Julia Šamarina TPÜ filoloogiateaduste magistrikraadi kaitsmisnõukogus magistritööd "Sugupoolte küsimus Angela Carteri loomingus (Gender Issues in Angela Carters' Writing)"; 13. mail Tatjana Gramušnjak TPÜ matemaatika magistritööde kaitsmisnõukogus magistritööd "Positiivselt määratud ruutvormide C-tüüpide leidmise probleemidest"; 25. mail Ljudmila Dubjeva TPÜ infoteaduste osakonna magistrikraadi kaitsmisnõukogus magistritööd "Traditsiooniliste infosüsteemide kujunemine Tartu Ülikooli raamatukogus"; 26. mail Ülle Saarits TPÜ kasvatusteaduste ja pedagoogika magistrikraadi kaitsmisnõukogus magistritööd "Vanavanema roll linnaperekonnas : lapsevanema refleksioon" ja Enn Siim TPÜ kasvatusteaduste ja pedagoogika magistrikraadi kaitsmisnõukogus magistritööd "Isiksuse arengu põhimõte aktiivõppes (põhikooli algastmes)"

  1. Potentials and limitations of epistemic communities. An analysis of the World Climate Council and the Framework Convention on Climate Change; Potenziale und Grenzen von epistemic communities. Eine Analyse des Weltklimarates und der Klimarahmenkonvention

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    Otto, Daniel

    2015-07-01

    In times of increasing global uncertainties, science takes a central position for policy decisions. According to Peter M. Haas, epistemic communities are able to influence the cooperative behavior of states through their consensual knowledge. This book critically examines this statement. As the case of the Framework Convention on Climate Change shows, the World Climate Council (IPCC) was not in a position to enforce its solution options in the intergovernmental negotiations, as these affected the individual convictions of the decision-makers. While Angela Merkel advocated an agreement, the US government under George W. Bush denied the existence of climate change. Decision-makers and their individual convictions must therefore have a greater significance in international politics. [German] In Zeiten zunehmender globaler Unsicherheiten nimmt die Wissenschaft fuer die Entscheidungen der Politik eine zentrale Stellung ein. Epistemic communities sind nach Peter M. Haas durch ihr konsensuales Wissen in der Lage, das Kooperationsverhalten von Staaten zu beeinflussen. Das vorliegende Buch prueft diese Aussage kritisch. Wie der Fall der Klimarahmenkonvention zeigt, war der Weltklimarat (IPCC) nicht in der Lage, seine Loesungsoptionen in den zwischenstaatlichen Verhandlungen durchzusetzen, da diesen die individuellen Ueberzeugungen der Entscheidungstraeger entgegenstanden. Waehrend Angela Merkel ein Abkommen befuerwortete, bestritt die US-Regierung unter George W. Bush die Existenz des Klimawandels. Entscheidungstraegern und ihren individuellen Ueberzeugungen muss daher in der internationalen Politik eine staerkere Bedeutung zukommen.

  2. Luuleaasta 1994 : parlamendi koosseis on selgunud / Barbi Pilvre

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    1995-01-01

    Rannit, Aleksis. Nii näen sind ikka; Kangur, Kalju. Sõna sees olek; Traat, Mats. Koidu kätes; Rimmel, Rudolf. Setu netu; Suislepp, Harald. Köögertali kojutulek; Piir, Enno. Sunnitöölise Mekka; Üllaste, Leenart. Lind tormis; Hirv, Indrek. Taskuraamat (taskutähekerjus); Mirtem, Valev [Luhaäär, Ingvar]. Maithunad Eestis; Mirtem, Valev [Luhaäär, Ingvar]. Armuühtepühad; Mirtem, Valev [Luhaäär, Ingvar]. Tulevaas; Kurvits, Lembit. Matle laul; Lillemets, Enn. Olemise valge koer ehk Ingli kolju; Jessod, Mats [Jakobson, Mati]. Jah, luuletused; Jessod, Mats [Jakobson, Mati]. Ohjad Oti mäel; Jessod, Mats [Jakobson, Mati]. Poeetilisi prohmakaid; Ivar, Ivo. Riimiskid; Kilokalor, Kalle. Öösel näeb halvemini kui päeval; Trubetsky, Tõnu. Anarhia; Laanvee, Ervin. Jaa. Mina olen; Kuningas, Marko J. ...jääb USK, LOOTUS, ARMASTUS; Ruben, Arne. Ajakirjanik; Ollinovski, Jim [Ollino, Ott]. Luuletused; Toomik, Tõnu. 27 luuletust; Tosin, Ants. Õnnetähestik; Krüger, Urmas. Ka nii võib...; Kärner, Siim. Usseaid; Sikk, Heino. Võrokõstõlõ: poeem; Kollin, Viktor. Kodutunne; Alo, Ülo [Võsar, Ülo Alo]. Ööbikuvalgus; Sepp, Vello. Vigased pärlid; Palo, Wilhelm. Tuule-luuled; Soomets, Triin. Randmes unejanu; Soomets, Triin. Janu masinas; Ränik, Valeria. Ajast väljas; Kivi, Aita. Kalender-päevik Aita Kivi luuletustega; Maagemust, Maarika. Kaaludes kaldaid; Hiiussaar, Ann. Valgete uste taga; Kolkkanen, Imbi. Mina ja maailm; Mets, Neeme. Kesalill; Kolesnitshenko, Kaidi-Ly. Kaks silma; Kahro, Anne. Nälkjast!; Kabe, Aino. Tuulema mõtteriim. Raatma, Salme. Laululatern; Osila, Virve. Lootuse luiged; Isak, Asta. Valguse ja varjude vahel; Õunapuu, Meeli. Mööda teid ja radu

  3. Women taking the “blue pill” (sildenafil citrate: such a big deal?

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    Full Text Available Giuseppe Lo Monte, Angela Graziano, Isabella Piva, Roberto Marci Department of Morphology, Surgery, and Experimental Medicine, University of Ferrara, Ferrara, Italy Abstract: For years, phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitors have been used for the treatment of erectile dysfunctions. Due to the similarities between male and female sexual response, several studies have assessed the effects of sildenafil citrate (Viagra® in women affected by female sexual arousal disorder. The results are still conflicting and the drug is not devoid of adverse effects. Furthermore, female sexual arousal disorder is a heterogeneous condition whose underlying causes are difficult to diagnose and appropriate treatment requires a thorough sexual, psychological, and medical history along with specialist consultations. The clinician should pursue a global approach to the patient with sexual difficulties, while non-hormonal treatment such as phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitors (ie, sildenafil citrate should be kept as the last option. Keywords: phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitors, female sexual arousal disorder (FSAD, sildenafil citrate

  4. The subjective cut: sex reassignment surgery in 1960s and 1970s science fiction.

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    Sellberg, Karin

    2016-12-01

    This article considers the way in which ethical concerns about sex reassignment surgery and especially the research and clinical practice of the sexologist Dr John Money (1921-2006) is being negotiated in the 1960s and 1970s novels Myra Breckinridge and Myron by Gore Vidal and The Passion of New Eve by Angela Carter. Drawing on the theories of gender and embodiment developed by Money, the article reads the novels as a critical response and discursive interaction with emergent sexological concepts. Published by the BMJ Publishing Group Limited. For permission to use (where not already granted under a licence) please go to http://www.bmj.com/company/products-services/rights-and-licensing/.

  5. Canine angiostrongylosis: recent advances in diagnosis, prevention, and treatment

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    Di Cesare A

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available Angela Di Cesare, Donato Traversa Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Teramo, Teramo, Italy Abstract: Angiostrongylus vasorum is a parasitic nematode affecting the heart and pulmonary arteries of wild (eg, foxes and domestic canids. The parasite has an indirect life cycle in which slugs and snails act as intermediate hosts. In the last few years the parasite has spread outside the traditional endemic foci, and there is a rise of documented cases of canine angiostrongylosis across Europe. Angiostrongylus vasorum causes cardiopulmonary disorders and coagulopathies, along with different nonspecific clinical signs. Fatal infections are frequently reported. Given the severity of the infection and the recent geographic spreading of the parasite, this article reviews and discusses the current knowledge of A. vasorum, with a special focus on recent insights on diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of dog angiostrongylosis. Keywords: Angiostrongylus vasorum, dog, epidemiology, diagnostic approaches, control, therapy

  6. GB277: preview Women 2000. ILO exmaines progress, looks ahead to Beijing + 5.

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    2000-01-01

    In the special Symposium on Decent Work for Women, conducted during the Governing Body meeting, the challenge of eliminating gender-based discrimination in the workplace was highlighted. Among the topics discussed were rights-based and development-based approaches; progress and gaps in decent work for men and women; promoting women workers' rights; a gender perspective on poverty, employment and social protection; management development and entrepreneurship for women; and gender in crisis response and reconstructions. This paper presents excerpts of the addresses of key speakers: Juan Somavia, International Labor Organization Director-General; Angela Kin, Special Advisor to the UN on Gender Issues and the Advancement of Women; and Bina Agarwal, Professor of Economics at the University of Delhi. In general, the speakers identified existing obstacles to gender equality, and propose initiatives and actions for the future.

  7. Parasitism of two zoonotic reservoirs Dasyprocta leporina and D. fuliginosa (Rodentia) from Amazonas, with Trichostrongylina nematodes (Heligmonellidae): description of a new genus and a new species.

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    Gonçalves, Alessandra Queiroga; Pinto, Roberto Magalhães; Durette-Desset, Marie-Claude

    2007-09-01

    A new genus and a new species of Heligmonellidae nematodes are described parasiting the stomach of three agoutis (two Dasyprocta fuliginosa and one D. leporina) captured in the middle and high Negro river microregion, state of Amazonas, Brazil. The new genus, as well as its type-species, are closely related to the trichostrongylids included in Fuellebornema, particularly on what concerns the pattern of the caudal bursa, but differing from them by the characteristics of the synlophe, that presents a poorly developed carene, when compared to the referred number of body ridges in Freitastrongylus n. gen. and consequently in F. angelae n. sp.,in which the ridges are well developed and the carene at mid-body has a similar size when compared to the ridge situated in front of the right field (ridge no. 5). Caudal bursa is of the type 1-4, with rays 9 shorter than rays 10, with a very long genital cone.

  8. PROPONDO CAMINHOS PARA O LETRAMENTO VISUAL: UMA LEITURA SEMIÓTICA DO LIVRO DE IMAGENS CENA DE RUA

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    Eduardo Lopes Piris

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    Full Text Available Este trabalho visa a oferecer uma proposta de leitura de narrativas visuais aos professores de Artes e de Línguas. Para tanto, apresenta uma análise semiótica do livro de imagens intitulado Cena de Rua de autoria de Angela Lago (1994. Discute alguns problemas em torno do letramento visual no contexto escolar. Delineia um panorama do realismo crítico na literatura infantil e juvenil a fim de mostrar o contexto sócio-histórico por meio do qual emerge o discurso desse livro de magens. Analisa a expressão e o conteúdo das imagens, examinando alguns elementos dos níveis narrativo e discursivo do percurso gerativo de sentido para depreender seu sentido.

  9. The macrophages in rheumatic diseases

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    Laria A

    2016-02-01

    Full Text Available Antonella Laria, Alfredomaria Lurati , Mariagrazia Marrazza , Daniela Mazzocchi, Katia Angela Re, Magda Scarpellini Rheumatology Unit, Fornaroli Hospital, Magenta, Italy Abstract: Macrophages belong to the innate immune system giving us protection against pathogens. However it is known that they are also involved in rheumatic diseases. Activated macrophages have two different phenotypes related to different stimuli: M1 (classically activated and M2 (alternatively activated. M1 macrophages release high levels of pro-inflammatory cytokines, reactive nitrogen and oxygen intermediates killing microorganisms and tumor cells; while M2 macrophages are involved in resolution of inflammation through phagocytosis of apoptotic neutrophils, reduced production of pro-inflammatory cytokines, and increased synthesis of mediators important in tissue remodeling, angiogenesis, and wound repair. The role of macrophages in the different rheumatic diseases is different according to their M1/M2 macrophages phenotype. Keywords: macrophage, rheumatic diseases

  10. The psychoanalytic multifamily group for the treatment of children with severe mental illness in the Therapeutic Community

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    Simone Bruschetta

    2014-09-01

    Full Text Available The large community Group of Multifamily Psychotherapy (GMFP, presented here, is a specific analytical-systemic setting activated at the therapeutic community for children and adolescents with severe mental illness "Gruppo Calimero" of the Rehabilitation Centre "Villa Angela". Taking up the Argentinian experiences of García Badaracco (1989 in Therapeutic Communities with adult psychiatric patients, in this group are placed all patients, patients' family members (mainly parents, siblings, grandparents, and any all other members of the their family of origin and social and clinical staff represented by the managers, operators, and the trainees and volunteers of the Therapeutic Community. Keywords: Large group; Multifamily psychoanalysis; Therapeutic Community; Severe mental illness; Children and adolescents

  11. Note e Recensioni

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    a cura di Mariagrazia Portera

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available Volumi Winfried Menninghaus, La promessa della bellezza, [Fabrizio Desideri, p. 272] • David Rothenberg, Survival of the Beautiful. Art, Science and Evolution [Danae Crocchiola, p. 274] • Lev Manovich, Software Takes Command [Angela Maiello, p. 277]. Note Method in Aesthetics: Philosophy, Evolution and the Cognitive Sciences [Aaron Meskin, Matthew Kieran, Gregory Currie, p. 280] • L’Abitare possibile. Estetica, Architettura e New Media, Ravello, Auditorium Oscar Niemeyer, 28-30 maggio 2013 [Sara Matetich, p. 282] • Copenhagen Summer School in Phenomenology and Philosophy of Mind, University of Copenhagen, 12-16 Agosto 2013 [Raoul Frauenfelder, p. 289] • Ciò che è vivo e ciò che è morto nell’estetica di Archibald Ali- son. Nota a margine del convegno: Neoestetica ed emozione. Archibald Alison e l’estetica con- temporanea, Palermo, 4-5 ottobre 2013 [Giuseppe Pucci, p. 294

  12. Real-Time Observation of Surface Bond Breaking with an X-ray Laser

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    Dell'Angela, M.; Anniyev, T.; Beye, M.

    2013-01-01

    Surface Molecules Not Quite Desorbing The dynamics of molecules desorbing from or adsorbing on surfaces requires that molecules rapidly gain or lose a large amount or translational and rotational energy to enter or leave the gas phase. An intermediate precursor state has long been invoked in which...... molecules interact weakly with the surface but translate along it and exchange energy without forming localized surface bonds. Dell'Angela et al. (p. 1302) found evidence for such a state in changes in x-ray absorption and emission spectra of CO molecules adsorbed on a ruthenium surface after optical...... excitation rapidly heated the surface. The use of a free electron laser provided high time resolution for x-ray spectroscopy studies. Density function theory and modeling of high temperature states revealed a state that forms from molecules that have not overcome the desorption barrier during heating...

  13. CRISE MIGRATÓRIA NA ALEMANHA: DISCURSOS QUE ABREM E FECHAM FRONTEIRAS

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    VICTOR CARREÃO

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    Full Text Available Germany has become one of the countries that most hosted refugees from armed conflicts in the region of Syria. Chancellor Angela Merkel, with her policy of open borders, has been criticized, especially by the party Alternative For Germany (AFD – represented by Frauke Petry, who made strong caveats to this practice and claimed that illegal immigrants should be stopped, with use of force if necessary. The analytical discursive corpus of this work consists of an announcement made by Merkel to the German people and an interview given by Petry. Its theoretical framework is based on the work sequence on discursive corpus proposed by Courtine (2009, which showed an overlap between law and politics in both speakers’ motivation for speech acts.

  14. Who takes care of the children? The presentation of female top politicians in the media

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    Christina Holtz-Bacha

    2013-10-01

    Full Text Available The essay reflects on the media representation commonly associates with women politicians. Starting with a critique of media coverage about some political leaders in several countries, such as Angela Merkel, Michelle Bachelet, Ségolène Royal, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner and Hillary Clinton, the paper discusses the phenomenon of the double bind to which women are subjected in politics: if a woman presents herself as being cool, calculating and aggressive as it is expected in the political business she risks to be rejected as a virago. If she recommends herself with allegedly female traits, she will be regarded as not being viable for the serious challenges of the political business. There is no easy formula for how women should represent themselves. Since there are only few opportunities for direct contact between politicians and the electorate, it is necessary to deal with public image reported by media.

  15. Rezension zu: Christina Holtz-Bacha (Hg.: Frauen, Politik und Medien. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften 2008

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    Tanja Maier

    2009-03-01

    Full Text Available In dem von Christina Holtz-Bacha herausgegebenen Sammelband wird aus einer kommunikationswissenschaftlichen Perspektive untersucht, wie Politikerinnen in höchsten politischen Ämtern medial repräsentiert werden. In den einzelnen Beiträgen wird der Frage nachgegangen, ob die zunehmende Sichtbarkeit von Politikerinnen wie Angela Merkel, Christina Kirchner oder Ségolène Royal auch zu einer veränderten medialen Berichterstattung geführt habe. Analysiert werden nicht nur die mediale Präsenz von Politikerinnen im Vergleich zu ihren männlichen Kollegen, sondern auch die Gemeinsamkeiten und Unterschiede in den textuellen und bildlichen Darstellungsweisen. Der Band liefert aus der Perspektive der politischen Kommunikationsforschung einige interessante empirische Einzelanalysen. Die theoretische Auseinandersetzung mit Konzepten der Geschlechterforschung spielt nur am Rande eine Rolle.

  16. Potentials and limitations of epistemic communities. An analysis of the World Climate Council and the Framework Convention on Climate Change

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    Otto, Daniel

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    In times of increasing global uncertainties, science takes a central position for policy decisions. According to Peter M. Haas, epistemic communities are able to influence the cooperative behavior of states through their consensual knowledge. This book critically examines this statement. As the case of the Framework Convention on Climate Change shows, the World Climate Council (IPCC) was not in a position to enforce its solution options in the intergovernmental negotiations, as these affected the individual convictions of the decision-makers. While Angela Merkel advocated an agreement, the US government under George W. Bush denied the existence of climate change. Decision-makers and their individual convictions must therefore have a greater significance in international politics. [de

  17. Renewable energy sources in Germany, 1990 through 2007; Erneuerbare Energien in Deutschland 1990 bis 2007

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    Boehme, Dieter; Duerrschmidt, Wolfhart (comps.)

    2009-11-15

    This brochure presents a picture of the rapid development of renewable energy sources in the years between 1990 and 2007. It shows the rapid growth and informs on the importance of renewable energy sources for climate protection. The new CDU/FDP government headed by Angela Merkel stressed its intention to develop the potential of renewable energy sources. Apart from the effect of higher energy efficiency, this will also help Germany to make an ambitious contribution to climate protection world-wide. Renewable energy sources are to provide the biggest share of power supply in the future. By 2020, the EEG (German Renewables Act) envisages at least a 30 percent share for renewable energy sources as an intermediate goal. In the field of heat supply, at least 14 percent are envisaged fro 2020. (orig./RHM)

  18. A strategy different from France's: German energy policy

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    Linkohr, R.

    2013-01-01

    Shortly after the Fukushima accident, the German chancellor, Angela Merkel, announced a new course for the country's energy policy: nuclear power is to be fully abandoned by 2022, owing to a massive recourse to renewable sources of energy. The proclaimed goal is for renewable energy to make up 35% of the country's energy mix by 2035 and even 80% by 2050. This energy transition, though benefiting from a consensus, has run up against several difficulties: an unadapted electric power grid, the excessively high costs of investment, and exorbitant electricity rates for consumers.... Till now, this energy policy's basis principles have not come under question, but questioning are arising about the pace and cost of this transformation. (author)

  19. Complicating Eroticism and the Male Gaze: Feminism and Georges Bataille’s Story of the Eye

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    Chris Vanderwees

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available This article explores the relationship between feminist criticism and Georges Bataille’s Story of the Eye . Much of the critical work on Bataille assimilates his psychosocial theories in Erotism with the manifestation of those theories in his fiction without acknowledging potential contradictions between the two bodies of work. The conflation of important distinctions between representations of sex and death in Story of the Eye and the writings of Erotism forecloses the possibility of reading Bataille’s novel as a critique of gender relations. This article unravels some of the distinctions between Erotism and Story of the Eye in order to complicate the assumption that the novel simply reproduces phallogocentric sexual fantasies of transgression. Drawing from the work of Angela Carter and Laura Mulvey, the author proposes the possibility of reading Story of the Eye as a pornographic critique of gender relations through an analysis of the novel’s displacement and destruction of the male gaze.

  20. Parasitism of two zoonotic reservoirs Dasyprocta leporina and D. fuliginosa (Rodentia from Amazonas, with Trichostrongylina nematodes (Heligmonellidae: description of a new genus and a new species

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    Alessandra Queiroga Gonçalves

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    Full Text Available A new genus and a new species of Heligmonellidae nematodes are described parasiting the stomach of three agoutis (two Dasyprocta fuliginosa and one D. leporina captured in the middle and high Negro river microregion, state of Amazonas, Brazil. The new genus, as well as its type-species, are closely related to the trichostrongylids included in Fuellebornema, particularly on what concerns the pattern of the caudal bursa, but differing from them by the characteristics of the synlophe, that presents a poorly developed carene, when compared to the referred number of body ridges in Freitastrongylus n. gen. and consequently in F. angelae n. sp.,in which the ridges are well developed and the carene at mid-body has a similar size when compared to the ridge situated in front of the right field (ridge no. 5. Caudal bursa is of the type 1-4, with rays 9 shorter than rays 10, with a very long genital cone.

  1. More or Less Europe? The European Leaders’ Discourses on the Refugees Crisis

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    Loredana Radu

    2016-08-01

    Full Text Available The refugees’ crisis has set the public agenda on European topics throughout 2015. Considered by many as (another existential test for the European project, this new type of crisis has triggered frustrations and extreme disappointment, leading to a further aggravation of the already existing intra-EU cleavages, such as those between the West and the East, the “net debtors” (now labeled as the net supporters of the refugees and the “net creditors” (now intensely recognized as adversaries of migration. Noteworthy, Angela Merkel declared that the refugees’ crisis is “testing Europe’s mettle” (2015, whereas Jean-Claude Juncker posed that a “blame-game” is shattering the EU, with Member States accusing “each other of not doing enough or of doing the wrong thing” (2015. This paper argues that the European leaders have tacitly fueled – through their emotional and solidarity-centered discourse – the intra-EU cleavages between the Member-States, as well as public attachment to far-right xenophobic ideologies. By means of a combined narratives’ and frames’ analysis, this paper focuses on the discursive means employed by the European leaders in order to tackle the sensitive topic of the migration crisis. Firstly, some background information about the causes and developments of the migration crisis is presented. Secondly, frames and narratives are approached as two different yet complementary instances of discourse analysis. Lastly, two key discourses given by Angela Merkel and Jean- Claude Juncker are investigated with the purpose of identifying how frames and narratives combine to tell the story of European integration under the pressure of the refugees’ flows.

  2. Capítulo XI: análisis de la heterosis y de la habilidad combinatoria entre diferentes cultivares de tomate, Lycopersicon esculentum, Mill. a partir de un cruzamiento dialélico

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    Sanint P. Rodrigo

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    An analysis of heterosis and combining ability of traits related with per plant production was carried out using a diallel crossing between different tomato cultivars, Lycopersicon esculentum Mill (six parents and 15 F, hybrids from all possible crossing in one direction, according to the methodology proposed by Griffing (1956, selecting experimental method 2, and model 1. In the genetic variation of all traits related to per plant production, the general combining ability (addite gene action and specific combining abilyty (non-aditive gene action effects participate jointly and in high1y significant manner. Hybrids Motelle x Angela I 5200, Motelle x Zarnbao y Licapal 21 x Zarnbao, exhibited high s.c.a. effects for the trait per plant production. Former effects related to high heterosis make these hybrids promising for later marketing.

    Se analizó la heterosis y la habilidad combinatoria para el carácter producción por planta y sus componentes, a partir de un cruzamiento dialélico (6 progenitores, 15 híbridos F1 sin incluir los recíprocos utilizando el método experimental 2, modelo 1 propuesto por Griffing (1956. Se encontraron diferencias altamente significativas para los efectos de h.c.g. y de h.c.e. para todos los caracteres estudiados. Los híbridos Motelle x Angela I 5100, Motelle x Zambao y Licapal-21 x Zambao presentaron altos efectos de h.c.e. para el carácter producción por planta. Los anteriores efectos asociados con altas heteroheltiosis hacen que estos híbridos sean promisorios para posterior comercialización.

  3. Going political – multimodal metaphor framings on a cover of the sports newspaper A Bola

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    Maria Clotilde Almeida

    2016-12-01

    Full Text Available This paper analyses a political-oriented multimodal metaphor on a cover of the sports newspaper A Bola, sequencing another study on multimodal metaphors deployed on the covers of the very same sports newspaper pertaining to the 2014 Football World Cup in Brazil (Almeida/Sousa, 2015 in the light of Forceville (2009, 2012. The fact that European politics is mapped onto football in multimodal metaphors on this sports newspaper cover draws on the interplay of conceptual metaphors, respectively in the visual mode and in the written mode. Furthermore, there is a relevant time-bound leitmotif which motivates the mapping of politics onto football in the sports newspaper A Bola, namely the upcoming football match between Portugal and Germany. In the multimodal framing of the story line under analysis. The visual mode apparently assumes preponderance, since a picture of Angela Merkel, a prominent leader of EU, is clearly overshadowed by a large picture of Cristiano Ronaldo, the captain of the Portuguese National Football team. However, the visual modality of Cristiano Ronaldo’s dominance over Angela Merkel is intertwined with the powerful metaphorical headline “Vamos expulsar a Alemanha do Euro” (“Let’s kick Germany out of the European Championship”, intended to boost the courage of the Portuguese national football team: “Go Portugal – you can win this time!”. Thus, differently from multimodal metaphors on other covers of the same newspaper, the visual modality in this case cannot be considered the dominant factor in multimodal meaning creation in this politically-oriented layout.Keywords: Multimodal Metaphors. Sports and Politics. Metaphors in Sports Newspapers.

  4. Hydrogen `96: From vision to reality. 11. world hydrogen enery conference in Stuttagrt; Hydrogen `96: Von der Vision zur Realitaet. 11. Welt-Wasserstoffenergie-Konferenz in Stuttgart

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    Anon.

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    More than 700 attendants from 45 countries, 140 technical lectures, 6 plenary lectures, 220 poster presentations, 18 exhibitors from sectors such as high-performance electrolysis for hydrogen generation, fuel cells, hydrogen-powered motor cars and hydrogen filling stations - such is, in a few numbers, the statistics of the Hydrogen `96 Conference. The 11th world conference on energy from hydrogen took place in Stuttgart from 23 to 28 June 1996. The event was opened by Dr. Angela Merkel, the federal German minister for environmental affairs, nature conservancy and reactor safety. The organization of the conference was taken care of by DECHEMA (Deutsche Gesellschaft fuer Chemisches Apparatewesen, Chemische Technik und Biotechnologie), Frankfurt, who were assisted by experienced partners. To mention only a few: Deutsche Forschungsgesellschaft fuer Luft- und Raumfahrt, the VDI Energietechnik Society, the Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research, and the European Federation of Chemical Engineering. (orig.) [Deutsch] Mehr als 700 Teilnehmer aus 45 Laendern, 140 Fachvortraege, 6 Plenarvortraege, 220 Posterpraesentationen, dazu 18 Aussteller aus Bereichen, wie Hochleistungselektrolysen zur Wasserstofferzeugung, Brennstoffzellen, wasserstoffgetriebene Autos und Tankstellen fuer Wasserstoff, das ist, in wenigen Zahlen aufgelistet, die Tagungsstatistik der Hydrogen `96. Die 11. Welt-Wasserstoffenergie-Konferenz fand vom 23. bis 28. Juni 1996 in Stuttgart statt. Eroeffnet wurde die Veranstaltung von der Bundesministerin fuer Umwelt, Naturschutz und Reaktorsicherheit, Dr. Angela Merkel. Die organisatorische Kompetenz lag bei der DECHEMA, der Deutschen Gesellschaft fuer Chemisches Apparatewesen, Chemische Technik und Biotechnologie in Frankfurt, die bei der Vorbereitung der Konferenz auf bewaehrte Partner zurueckgreifen konnte. Genannt seien nur die Deutsche Forschungsgesellschaft fuer Luft- und Raumfahrt, die VDI-Gesellschaft Energietechnik, das Zentrum fuer Sonnenenergie

  5. German energy transition at the crossroad: global pressures or green energy island

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    Umbach, Frank

    2015-05-01

    In reaction to the March 2011 nuclear disaster that occurred in Fukushima/Japan, Germany has unilaterally decided to launch an energy transition of hitherto unseen dimensions. Berlin set extremely ambitious objectives such as phasing out nuclear energy by 2020, as well as, in the long run, the creation of a sustainable and autarkic energy system. Reactions to this decision differed. Within her own country, Angela Merkel's energy transition was largely acclaimed, although it represented a total u-turn with respect to the previous policy which consisted of prolonging nuclear reactors' lifespan. Abroad and notably among Germany's European partners, it has, in turn, been heavily criticized. These partners had not been consulted prior to decisions being taken, despite the huge impact these decisions had and continue to have on their own energy security. Four years after Angela Merkel announced the German energy transition, it is obvious that a lot of effort still needs to be put into it and that the objectives defined are far from having been reached. German energy policy has failed to adapt to its global context, notably characterized by the U.S. shale gas revolution, geopolitical upheaval, the great polluters' absent willingness to commit to climate protection, etc. At the time being, it has also failed to find a sustainable equilibrium between environmental protection, energy security and economic competitiveness. Moreover, Germany needs to act in accordance with its European partners, without whom it will not be able to tackle the global challenge of climate change and attain to European energy security. If Germany fails to reach these objectives, it may see its competitiveness and geopolitical influence decline at the global level, which would also have repercussions on the EU's standing in the world. (author)

  6. List of Participants

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    Alba Paolo (Università di Torino) Becattini Francesco (Università di Firenze) Bombaci Ignazio (Università di Pisa) Bonaccorso Angela (INFN Pisa) Colonna Maria (INFN-LNS Catania) Coraggio Luigi (INFN Napoli) Covello Aldo (Università di Napoli) Di Toro Massimo (Università di Catania) De Angelis Giacomo (INFN-LNL Legnaro) Gargano Angela (INFN Napoli) Gattobigio Mario (INLN, Université de Nice-Sophia Antipolis, CNRS, France) Gensini Paolo (INFN Lecce) Giannini Mauro (Università di Genova) Girlanda Luca (Università del Salento) Giusti Carlotta (Università di Pavia) Greco Vincenzo (Università di Catania) Grossi Eduardo (Università di Firenze) Itaco Nunzio (Università di Napoli) Kievsky Alejandro (INFN Pisa) Lanza Edoardo (INFN Catania) Lavagno Andrea (Politecnico di Torino) Logoteta Domenico (Universidade de Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal) Lo Iudice Nicola (Università di Napoli) Lombardo Maria Paola (INFN-LNF Frascati) Lo Meo Sergio (ENEA Bologna) Mannarelli Massimo (INFN-LNGS Assergi) Marcucci Laura Elisa (Università di Pisa) Matera Francesco (Università di Firenze) Orlandini Giuseppina (Università di Trento) Pacati Franco (Università di Pavia) Pederiva Francesco (Università di Trento) Pirrone Sara (INFN Catania) Puglisi Armando (Università di Catania) Radici Marco (INFN Pavia) Rinaldi Matteo (Università di Perugia) Roggero Alessandro (Università di Trento) Rolando Valentina (Università di Ferrara) Rosati Sergio (Università di Pisa) Ruggieri Marco (Università di Catania) Salmè Gianni (INFN Roma) Santopinto Elena (INFN Genova) Scopetta Sergio (Università di Perugia) Taiuti Mauro (Università di Genova) Vigezzi Enrico (INFN Milano) Viviani Michele (INFN Pisa) Vorabbi Matteo (Università di Pavia)

  7. Análisis Desde el Modelo Traumatogénico de los Indicadores Gráficos Asociados a Agresiones Sexuales Infantiles en la Prueba Persona Bajo la Lluvia Analysis Based on the Traumagenic Model of the Graphic Indicators Associated to Children Sexual Abuses in the Person in Rain Test

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    Alejandro Pool

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    Full Text Available El presente trabajo vincula teóricamente las dinámicas traumatogénicas de las agresiones sexuales descritas por David Finkelhor y Angela Browne con los indicadores gráficos asociados a agresiones sexuales infantiles (Girardi & Pool, 2005 en la prueba Persona Bajo la Lluvia. Como resultado de la presente investigación, se obtuvo que la mayoría de los indicadores asociados a agresiones sexuales infantiles en la prueba Persona Bajo la Lluvia corresponden a la dinámica traumatogénica de Indefensión. Corresponden a esta categoría los siguientes indicadores: lluvia sectorizada, ausencia de paraguas y cabeza grande. A la dinámica traumatogénica de Traición corresponde el indicador ausencia de entorno. El indicador gráfico brazos cortos representa la dinámica traumatogénica de Estigmatización. Por último, el indicador gráfico sonrisa maníaca no es incluido en ninguna de las variables traumatogénicas.This article's purpose is to link theoretically the traumagenic dynamics of sexual abuse described by David Finkelhor and Angela Browne with graphic indicators associated to sexual abuse in children (Girardi & Pool, 2005 in the Person in Rain test. As a result, it was clearly demonstrated that most of the indicators associated to children's sexual abuses in the Person in Rain test are related to the traumagenic dynamic of Helplessness. The indicators "sectioned rain", "absence of umbrella", and "big head", correspond to this category. The indicator "absence of environment" corresponds to the Betrayal traumagenic dynamic. The "short arms" graphic indicator represents the Stigmatization traumagenic dynamic. Finally, the "maniac smile" graphic indicator is not included in any of the traumagenic dynamics.

  8. Making it real: Loebner-winning chatbot design

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    Wilcox, Bruce

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available For the last three years, our chatbots have come in 1st twice and 2nd once in the Loebner Prize Contest, with a different persona each year (Suzette, Rosette, Angela. Suzette even fooled a human judge. A world-class chatbot should tell the story of its life, have a consistent personality, and respond emotionally. It takes a lot of script. And it takes a powerful engine designed to support natural language processing in a variety of ways and make it relatively easy to author all that script. This paper briefly discusses ChatScript, the open-source Natural Language scripting language and engine running our bots. Then it looks at how we construct chatbots and what we have learned.Durante los últimos tres años, nuestros chatbots han conseguido dos veces el primer puesto y una el segundo en el concurso Premio Loebner, con un personaje distinto cada año (Suzette, Rosette, Angela. Suzette, incluso consiguió engañar a un juez humano. Un chatbot de clase mundial debe contar la historia de su vida, tener una personalidad coherente y responder emocionalmente. Se necesita una gran cantidad de secuencias de comandos así como un motor de gran alcance diseñado para apoyar el procesamiento del lenguaje natural en diferentes maneras y lograr que le resulte relativamente fácil al autor toda esa secuencia de comandos. En este artículo se analiza brevemente ChatScript, el código abierto Natural Language en el que programar y poner en marcha nuestros robots. A continuación, se describe cómo construimos chatbots y lo que hemos aprendido hasta ahora.

  9. LA PSICOLOGIA PARAGUAYA REPRESENTADA EN LA PSICOLOGIA DE JAMES O. WHITTAKER Y SANDRA J. WHITTAKER

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    José E. García

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    Full Text Available En 1987 los psicólogos estadounidenses James O. Whittaker y Sandra J. Whittaker publicaron la cuarta edición de su famoso libro Psicología. Este fue uno de los textos de introducción más conocidos y utilizados en América Latina y a través de él muchos miles de estudiantes aprendieron sus primeros conceptos sobre la psicología. Esta edición estaba preparada especialmente para su utilización con los alumnos de habla castellana e introducía numerosos tópicos relacionados a la psicología latinoamericana. Además incluía menciones específicas a algunos psicólogos de la región y sus contribuciones a la psicología. Uno de ellos era José de Jesús Aguirre, psicólogo y sacerdote jesuita y uno de los pioneros de la psicología profesional en el Paraguay. Aguirre aplicó la teoría del filósofo holandés Gerard Heymans y su colaborador el psiquiatra Enno Dirk Wiersma con las modificaciones que unos años más tarde introdujo el psicólogo francés René Le Senne. El propósito de la investigación era el análisis de los rasgos tipológicos característicos en la población paraguaya. Con ello, Aguirre iniciaba el estudio científico de la personalidad en el Paraguay. Este artículo estudia la importancia que corresponde asignar a la investigación de Aguirre como parte del texto introductorio de Whittaker y Whittaker. Se analizan los fundamentos teóricos de la tipología de Heymans-Wiersma-Le Senne y las adaptaciones realizadas por Aguirre, además de su aplicación a una muestra superior a las setecientas personas. Esta provenía de diversos niveles educativos, tanto secundarios como universitarios. En la parte concluyente se analiza la relevancia de Aguirre y su trabajo en el contexto de la psicología paraguaya y latinoamericana.

  10. Metafora i (giperëkstensija

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    Radić Jovanka

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    Full Text Available (ruski Termin 'ëkstensija' imeet gorazdo bolee opredelennoe značenie po sravneniju s terminom metafora: ëkstensija podrazumevaet sposobnost' vyraženija (obyčno leksičeski zavisimogo slova k rasšireniju i vyraženiju svojstv predmetov, kotorye nastol'ko različny po svoej prirode, čto isključena vsjakaja vozmožnost' podobija ljubogo iz ih svojstv (ide čovek, ~ paun, ~ lav, ~ ekser, ~ voda; meka maca, ~ igračka, ~ bunda, meke papuče meko krzno, meka kruška, ~ voda, i t. p. Ëkstensija, v ukazannom značenii svjazana s giperëkstensiej, a takže s metaforoj ne po analogii, t. e. s pervymi tremja 'vidami' metafory, vydelennymi v 'Poëtike' Aristotelja ('perenesenie naimenovanija s odnogo predmeta na drugoj, pričem ili s roda na vid, ili s vida na rod, ili s vida na vid'. Različie meždu (1 poëtičeskoj metaforoj ('ukrašenie', 'stilističeskaja figura', zamečaemoj potomu, čto ona osnovyvaetsja na sbliženii dvuh ponjatij po analogii i tem samym 'soobščaet novoe znanie' ili 'živo predstavljaet vešč'', i (2 metaforoj ne po analogii t. e. perenosom naimenovanija, kotoryj neograničenno i nezametno rasširjaetsja, t. k. on ne osnovan na ustanovlenii svjazej po analogii meždu predmetami (ponjatijnaja metafora - aspekt, kotoryj do nedavnego vremeni vključalsja v termin polisemija, - možno dostatočno točno oboznačit' pri pomošči terminov intensivnaja i ëkstensivnaja metafora, sostavljajuščih oppoziciju. Takim obrazom, možno govorit' ob ëkstensivnoj metafore, kotoraja razvivaetsja v širinu i nezametna, i ob intensivnoj metafore, kotoraja zamečaetsja, t. k. razvivaetsja ne v širinu, a v glubinu.

  11. Comparison of the Immunomagnetic Separation/Adenosine Triphosphate Rapid Method and the Modified mTEC Membrane-Filtration Method for Enumeration of Escherichia coli

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    Brady, Amie M.G.; Bushon, Rebecca N.; Bertke, Erin E.

    2009-01-01

    Water quality at beaches is monitored for fecal indicator bacteria by traditional, culture-based methods that can take 18 to 24 hours to obtain results. A rapid detection method that provides estimated concentrations of fecal indicator bacteria within 1 hour from the start of sample processing would allow beach managers to post advisories or close the beach when the conditions are actually considered unsafe instead of a day later, when conditions may have changed. A rapid method that couples immunomagnetic separation with adenosine triphosphate detection (IMS/ATP rapid method) was evaluated through monitoring of Escherichia coli (E. coli) at three Lake Erie beaches in Ohio (Edgewater and Villa Angela in Cleveland and Huntington in Bay Village). Beach water samples were collected between 4 and 5 days per week during the recreational seasons (May through September) of 2006 and 2007. Composite samples were created in the lab from two point samples collected at each beach and were shown to be comparable substitutes for analysis of two individual samples. E. coli concentrations in composite samples, as determined by the culture-based method, ranged from 4 to 24,000 colony-forming units per 100 milliliters during this study across all beaches. Turbidity also was measured for each sample and ranged from 0.8 to 260 neophelometric turbidity ratio units. Environmental variables were noted at the time of sampling, including number of birds at the beach and wave height. Rainfall amounts were measured at National Weather Service stations at local airports. Turbidity, rainfall, and wave height were significantly related to the culture-based method results each year and for both years combined at each beach. The number of birds at the beach was significantly related to the culture-based method results only at Edgewater during 2006 and during both years combined. Results of the IMS/ATP method were compared to results of the culture-based method for samples by year for each beach

  12. Quality of life measurement and outcome in aphasia

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    Spaccavento S

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available Simona Spaccavento, Angela Craca, Marina Del Prete, Rosanna Falcone, Antonia Colucci, Angela Di Palma, Anna Loverre IRCCS Salvatore Maugeri Foundation, Cassano Murge Bari, Italy Background: Quality of life (QL can be defined as the individual's perception of their own well-being. Aphasia is the most important potential consequence of stroke and has a profound effect on a patient's life, causing emotional distress, depression, and social isolation, due to loss of language functions. Aims: To draw up a QL questionnaire for aphasics (QLQA focusing particularly on difficulties in interpersonal relationships and on the loss of independence as a result of language disorders. We reported the results of a psychometric evaluation of this measure. Moreover, we experimentally focused on the differences in QLQA between patients affected only by neurological motor impairment and hemiparetic patients with aphasia (PWA in order to verify the specific role of aphasia on QL. We also explored if the QLQA is sensitive to the severity of aphasia and to the time elapsing from the stroke. Methods: A total of 146 consecutive PWA and 37 control subjects were enrolled to evaluate the reliability (internal consistency and test–retest reliability and validity of the QLQA, using standard psychometric methods. Patients were divided into acute (within 3 months since stroke and chronic (beyond 3 months groups, and into mild and severe according to the severity of aphasia. The experimental group of only acute PWA was compared to control subjects, with right hemispherical lesion and without aphasia in QLQA total and partial scores. Results: The QLQA had good internal consistency and test–retest reliability. Acute and chronic PWA and mild and severe ones differed in QLQA total, communication, and autonomy subscales. No differences were found in psychological condition. Between aphasic and control patients, significant differences were found in all QLQA subscales. Conclusion

  13. Gute Nerven und eine gewisse Chaosfähigkeit Strong Nerves and the Ability to Handle Chaos

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    Sabine Bangert

    2006-03-01

    Full Text Available Die Hessische Landesregierung hat mit „JAMBA“ (Junge allein erziehende Mütter in der Berufsausbildung ein Modell entwickelt und erprobt, um allein erziehenden jungen Müttern ohne Berufsausbildung eine Lehre im dualen System zu ermöglichen. An dem Modellversuch haben hundert junge Frauen an zehn Standorten in Hessen teilgenommen. Ziel des Projekts war es, den Personenkreis der jungen allein erziehenden Mütter zu ermutigen und zu unterstützen, eine betriebliche Ausbildung zu absolvieren. Gleichzeitig sollten Betriebe darin bestärkt werden, allein erziehende Frauen auszubilden. Prof. Dr. Angela Paul-Kohlhoff und Dr. Uta Zybell u. a. haben dieses Modellprojekt über vier Jahre wissenschaftlich begleitet. Das zweibändige Werk präsentiert die Ergebnisse des Modellprojektes und die Konsequenzen für die praktische Politik. Es zeigt Wege auf, Benachteiligungen junger Mütter nicht nur zu beseitigen, sondern aus den Erfahrungen mit der Ausbildung junger Mütter generelle Reformoptionen für die berufliche Ausbildung in Deutschland zu begründen. Flexibilisierung und Individualisierung ohne Abstriche an der Qualität der beruflichen Ausbildung stehen damit – nicht nur für die in den vorliegenden Veröffentlichungen untersuchten Zielgruppe „junge allein erziehende Mütter“ – auf der Tagesordnung der Reformagenda.The Hessian state government has developed and tested a model (JAMSA—young single mothers in career training to give young single mothers without career training an apprenticeship in Germany’s dual system of vocational education. Hundreds of young women took part in the test model at ten different locations in the state of Hessen. The project’s goal was to encourage and support young single mothers in their completion of a company-based traineeship. Concurrently, the intention was to support those companies that trained young single mothers. Prof. Dr. Angela Paul-Kohlhoff and Dr. Uta Zybell, among others, followed the

  14. Cruzamientos interespecíficos de Lycopersicon spp. y estudios preliminares de la resistencia genética a cogollero, Scrobipalpula absoluta Interespecific hybrids of Lycopersicon spp and preliminares studies of genetic resistance to pinworns Scrobipalpula absoluta

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    Estrada Salazar Edgar Iván

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    Full Text Available Entre 1990 y 1992 se realizó en Palmira y Candelaria, Valle del Cauca, Colombia, una investigación con las especies silvestres L. hirsutum y L. pimpinellifolium,  las variedades comerciales de L. esculentum cv. Santa Clara cv Angela gigante y cv tropic. Se obtuvieron híbridos interespecíficos, retrocruzas (BC y poblaciones F2, se utilizó la especie cultivada como progenitor femenino. La evaluación de la resistencia genética se efectuó con base a criterios asociados a número de yemas afectadas/planta, número de hojas afectadas/planta y número de ampollas/planta. Para cada población se generó un índice de resistencia que considera de manera integral las variables en estudio. La efectividad de cruzamiento en híbridos interespecíficos y  retrocruzamientos fue de 9% y 5% respectivamente. La germinación en semillas híbridas fue del 25% y en retrocruzamientos del 35%. Se encontraron plantas que expresaron resistencia a cogollero con valores de índice similar a la especie silvestre, tanto para la L. hirsutum (9 y L. pimpinellifolium (25. Existió asociación entre la presencia de tricomas y la expresión de resistencia en las plantas de los cruzamientos con L. hirsutum; sin embargo esto no ocurrió en los cruzamientos con L. pimpinellifolium.This work was carried out in Palmira and Candelaria during 1990 to 1992 to evaluate the genetic resistance to pinworn, the genotypes used were: wild species: L. hirsuhl1n and L. pimpinellifolium; commercial varieties; L. esculentum cv. Santa Clara, L. esculentum cv Angela gigante and L. esculentum cv. Tropic. The trial to obtain  the experimental populations; (interspecific hybrids, back crossings and F2 populations was done under field conditions, using the cultivated species as female parent. A resistance index was generated which integrated all variables in study. The results presented: a low effectivity of crossings in interspecific hybrids and back crossings with 9% and 5% respectively

  15. CONFERENCE: HELPING AND SUPPORTING PARENTS WITH CHILDREN WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER

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    Filip JURTOSKI

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    Full Text Available The Macedonian scientific society for autism (MSSA has finished conducting the second year of the project „Equity and social inclusion through positive parenting“ together with their partner organizations and universities from Great Britain, Croatia, Cyprus and Belgium. From the very beginning, the project has the goal to conduct training sessions which are specifically designed for parents of children with autism and who look into subjects and areas which the parents themselves have chosen through previous conducted research based on their need for knowledge for certain specific areas of the autistic spectrum disorder (ASD. So far there have been 5 training sessions that were held, and there are 2 more training sessions that are planned to be held until the end of the project which will be conducted in Bitola and probably Debar. As one of the goals of the project is to hold conferences in each partner country where we inform the wider public about the project and its achievements, as well as which methods and in which ways should be implemented so that we improve the condition of the people with ASD and their families. The next conference that will be held is on the 1st of November in the Museum of the Macedonian Struggle for Independence in Skopje, and it will be intended primarily for parents of children with ASD and professionals from the field of autism. All that are interested may apply on the e-mail president@mssa.org.mk, or fill out a google form online. At the conference there are lecturers who will present their presentations, such as Prof. Dr. David Preece form the University of Northhampton from England, Ron Fortuna from the organization Target Autism from England, Angela Capper from the organization Target Autism from England, Julia Hardcastle (parent from England from the organization Autism Concern, Angela Winstanley from AASP from Cyprus, Dr. Jasmina Trosanska, Filip Jurtoski and Prof. Dr. Vladimir Trajkovski from MSSA from

  16. Associations of quality of life, pain, and self-reported arthritis with age, employment, bleed rate, and utilization of hemophilia treatment center and health care provider services: results in adults with hemophilia in the HERO study

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    Full Text Available Angela L Forsyth,1 Michelle Witkop,2 Angela Lambing,3 Cesar Garrido,4 Spencer Dunn,5 David L Cooper,6 Diane J Nugent7 1BioRx, Cincinnati, OH, USA; 2Munson Medical Center, Traverse City, MI, USA; 3Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, MI, USA; 4Asociacion Venezolana para la Hemofilia, Caracas, Venezuela; 5Center for Inherited Blood Disorders, Orange, CA, USA; 6Novo Nordisk Inc., Plainsboro, NJ, USA; 7Children’s Hospital of Orange County, Center for Inherited Blood Disorders, Orange, CA, USA Introduction: Severe hemophilia and subsequent hemophilic arthropathy result in joint pain and impaired health-related quality of life (HRQoL. Assessment of HRQoL in persons with hemophilia (PWH, including underlying factors that drive HRQoL differences, is important in determining health care resource allocation and in making individualized clinical decisions.Aim: To examine potential associations between HRQoL, pain interference, and self-reported arthritis and age, employment, activity, bleed frequency, and hemophilia treatment center and health care professional utilization.Methods: PWH (age ≥18 years from ten countries completed a 5-point Likert scale on pain interference over the previous 4 weeks, the EQ-5D-3L scale (mobility, usual activities, self-care, pain/discomfort, anxiety/depression including a health-related visual analog scale (0–100, coded as an 11-point categorical response.Results: Pain interference (extreme/a lot was higher in PWH aged >40 years (31% compared to those aged 31–40 years (27% or ≤30 years (21%. In an analysis of eight countries with home treatment, PWH who reported EQ-5D mobility issues were less likely to be employed (53% vs 79%, with no mobility issues. Median annual bleed frequency increased with worsening EQ-5D pain or discomfort. The percentage of PWH with inhibitors reporting visual analog scale scores of 80–90–100 was lower (20% than those without inhibitors (34%. Median bleed frequency increased with pain

  17. Erwachsenenbildung unter genderkritischer Perspektive Adult Education from a Gender-Critical Perspective

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    Jürgen Budde

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    Full Text Available Im Bereich der Erwachsenen- und Ausbildungsforschung werden Genderdimensionen bislang nur wenig in den Blick genommen. 2006 sind jedoch gleich zwei Arbeiten erschienen, die sich mit der Erwachsenenbildung unter Genderperspektive beschäftigen. Sabine Liedtkes Studie analysiert das bislang wenig bearbeitete Feld des beruflichen Ausbildungssystems. Anhand der Rekonstruktion der Kategorien „Beruf“ und „Arbeit“ dokumentiert sie ein dichotomes Geschlechtermodell im dualen System, welches an tradierte Geschlechterbilder angelehnt ist. Ihr Fazit ist, dass die Berufspädagogik die dichotome Struktur von Geschlecht fördert, da sie sich auf den gewerblich-technischen und industriellen Bereich konzentriert und so zu einer Reproduktion von hierarchischen Geschlechtermodellen beiträgt. Angela Venth richtet dagegen mit der allgemeinen Erwachsenenbildung den Fokus auf den zweiten großen Sektor und ergänzt so die Genderanalyse. Sie arbeitet anhand von Programmanalysen, Tagungsauswertungen und Fortbildungsdokumentationen heraus, dass auch in der allgemeinen Erwachsenenbildung ein geschlechterdichotomes Bild mit einem normativen männlichen Maßstab zugrunde gelegt wird. Die dichotome Struktur von allgemeiner und beruflicher Bildung sowie die Missachtung alltagsbezogener Bildung versperren, so Venth, die Möglichkeit der Veränderung von Geschlechterverhältnissen.Until now, gender dimensions have rarely been at the center of research on adult education and training. In 2006, however, two works appeared simultaneously that dealt with adult education from the perspective of gender. Sabine Liedtkes study analyses a field that research rarely attends to, the occupational training system. Utilizing the reconstruction of the categories “profession” and “work,” she documents the dichotomous gender model in the German dual system of traineeship, which is founded on traditional gendered images. She concludes that occupational pedagogy promotes the

  18. Post-Feminism’s “New Sexual Contract” and Electronic Dance Music’s Queered Femme Voices

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    Robin James

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    Full Text Available Angela McRobbie argues that post-feminism’s “new sexual contract” grants otherwise privileged white women the things traditionally denied women as a class, namely, economic success and self-ownership of their bodies as sexual property (McRobbie 2004. Because voice is commonly used as a metaphor for self-possessed agency, this article considers three ways white women and femme musicians across EDMC use vocal and authorial voices to reimagine post-feminist practices of self-ownership and property-in-person. Brooklyn band bottoms, Berlin techno collective Decon/Recon and Australian-American pop star Sia, all use voice to craft femininities that deviate from post-feminist gender norms and its “new sexual contract”: bottoms perform femininity as self-dispossession, Decon/Recon’s anonymous collective authorship centers women and femmes while de-centering private property, and Sia disconnects her voice from her person so that her performances of sonic resilience (James 2015 don’t labor upon her body and turn it into private property.

  19. Gute Nerven und eine gewisse Chaosfähigkeit

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    Sabine Bangert

    2006-03-01

    Full Text Available Die Hessische Landesregierung hat mit „JAMBA“ (Junge allein erziehende Mütter in der Berufsausbildung ein Modell entwickelt und erprobt, um allein erziehenden jungen Müttern ohne Berufsausbildung eine Lehre im dualen System zu ermöglichen. An dem Modellversuch haben hundert junge Frauen an zehn Standorten in Hessen teilgenommen. Ziel des Projekts war es, den Personenkreis der jungen allein erziehenden Mütter zu ermutigen und zu unterstützen, eine betriebliche Ausbildung zu absolvieren. Gleichzeitig sollten Betriebe darin bestärkt werden, allein erziehende Frauen auszubilden. Prof. Dr. Angela Paul-Kohlhoff und Dr. Uta Zybell u. a. haben dieses Modellprojekt über vier Jahre wissenschaftlich begleitet. Das zweibändige Werk präsentiert die Ergebnisse des Modellprojektes und die Konsequenzen für die praktische Politik. Es zeigt Wege auf, Benachteiligungen junger Mütter nicht nur zu beseitigen, sondern aus den Erfahrungen mit der Ausbildung junger Mütter generelle Reformoptionen für die berufliche Ausbildung in Deutschland zu begründen. Flexibilisierung und Individualisierung ohne Abstriche an der Qualität der beruflichen Ausbildung stehen damit – nicht nur für die in den vorliegenden Veröffentlichungen untersuchten Zielgruppe „junge allein erziehende Mütter“ – auf der Tagesordnung der Reformagenda.

  20. Agronomic performance of popcorn genotypes in Northern and Northwestern Rio de Janeiro State - doi: 10.4025/actasciagron.v35i1.15694

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    Thiago Rodrigues da Conceição Silva

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    Full Text Available Three populations of popcorn from the Universidade Estadual do Norte Fluminense Darcy Ribeiro recurrent selection program (cycles C3, C4 and C5 from UNB2U, five simple hybrids provided by the Universidade Estadual de Maringá breeding program, five varieties (BRS Angela, UFVM-2 Barão de Viçosa, Viçosa, Beija-Flor and SAM and three commercial hybrids (Zelia, Jade and IAC 112 were evaluated in five environments for their potential to be registered by the MAPA and recommended to producers in Northern and Northwestern Rio de Janeiro State. The experiment was arranged in a randomized block design, with three replications. The two main economic traits of the crops, grain yield (GY and popping expansion (PE, were assessed. In the joint analysis of variance, significant differences were observed using the F test for the GY and PE traits. Regarding the genotype x environment interaction, only the GY was significant, thus revealing that the cultivar behavior varies according to the environment. The Pi statistics and the results for those traits showed that UNB2U-C5 and hybrid P1 x P7 have the potential to be recommended as new alternatives for producers in the region.

  1. Draama 2007. Töörahu / Ene Paaver

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    Paaver, Ene, 1963-

    2008-01-01

    Ülevaade 2007. aasta eesti draamast. Pikemalt käsitletakse järgmisi autoreid ja nende näidendeid: Mart Kivastik "Tõnu võitlused", Mart Kivastik "Eesti asi", Mart Kivastik "Sõdur", Mart Kivastik "Kuninga viimane lahing ja ülikooli algus", Mart Kivastik, "Nokia 3310", Andrus Kivirähk "Voldemar", Andrus Kivirähk "Uljas neitsi", Hendrik Toompere "Kommunisti surm", Andres Ehin "Saatuslik kihlvedu ehk Volquin Varbola all", Jan Rahman "Jõujaam", Jaak Kõdar "Muinassaar", Karl Berg "Teekond valguse riiki", Angela Randmets "Lembelood vanas linnas", Toomas Kall "Tähtede sadu", Lauri Vahtre "Muna EÜE", Urmas Espenberg "Kestvad kiiduavaldused", Kalju Saaber "Koduvõõrad", Indrek Hirv "Pauluse kiriku kellad", Katrin Saukas "Võlg", Heidi Sarapuu "Austatud Riigikogu liikmed!", Heidi Sarapuu "Helisev viis", Heidi Sarapuu "Ankur hiivata", Jakob Karu "Vanaema juures", Jim Ashilevi "Nagu poisid vihma käes", Jim Ashilevi "Portselansuits", Eva Koff "Mirr", Jaak Prints "Karaoke", Kati Murutar "Mina, naine!", Ott Aardam "Börs ja Börsitar", Andrus Kivirähk, Jan Rahman, Contra "Kõrts", Mart Kase "Perekond", Villu Tamme "Haned võlgu"; Tiit Ojasoo ja Ene-Liis Semperi "GEP ehk Gorjatshije estonskije parni"

  2. A Passage to Europe: Serbia and the Refugee Crisis

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    Aleksandar Pavlović

    2016-06-01

    Full Text Available In this text, I approach Serbian experience of the refugee crisis by referring to three statements taken both as a reference and point of departure: first, Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić’s claim that Serbia was “more European that some European states”; second, the former Croatian Prime Minister Zoran Milanović’s claim that Serbia ought to “spread it [the refugees] around a bit”; and, third, Angela Merkel’s statement that the closure of EU borders could cause another war in the Balkans. These three statements, it is argued, provide convenient access to the official’s claims regarding the refugee crisis in Serbia and its echo in the region and abroad. In addition, in order to identify the views held by common people in Serbia, in the last section I will also briefly discuss popular reactions in Serbia to the issue of refugees in the last several years.

  3. DISSOLUÇÃO DE FRONTEIRAS E A EXPERIÊNCIA TRANSICIONAL EM SOLAR STORMS, DE LINDA HOGAN

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    Caroline Garcia de Souza

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available O presente trabalho analisa a experiência transicional no romance Solar Storms, publicado pela escritora nativo-americana Linda Hogan (Chickasaw em 1995. A obra narra a jornada de Angela, uma mestiça indígena órfã que retorna à terra de seus antepassados na tentativa de desvendar sua história e de religar os fragmentos de um passado parcialmente obscuro. Ao longo da narrativa, percebe-se um processo de gradual desconstrução de categorias – temporais, físicas, espaciais – e de superação das relações dicotômicas que opõem, por exemplo, indivíduo e comunidade, interioridade e exterioridade, o mundo humano e o não humano. Esse movimento se dá na direção de uma dissolução das falsas fronteiras e no sentido de uma integração total.

  4. Evaluadores del Número

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    Full Text Available Evaluadores extranjerosMartha Lilia de Alba González, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana – Iztapalapa, MéxicoAdriana Piscitelli, Universidad Estadual de Campinas, BrasilAna Paula Mendes de Miranda, Universidad Federal Fluminense, BrasilAngela Nunes, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, PortugalAna Maria R. Gomes, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, BrasilJuan Luis Sariego Rodríguez, Escuela Nacional de Antropología e Historia, MéxicoEvaluadores nacionalesJosé Garriga Zucal, Universidad Nacional de San MartínCarlos Figari, Universidad de Buenos AiresMaría Cristina Cravino, Universidad Nacional de General SarmientoStella Maris García, Universidad Nacional de la PlataAna Wortman, Universidad de Buenos AiresAndrea Mastrángelo, Universidad Nacional de Misiones Ilustración de Tapa Prometeo,1985, acrílico sobre tela,120x160cm.Ernesto Deira, Artista Plástico

  5. Defective DNA repair mechanisms in prostate cancer: impact of olaparib

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    Full Text Available Francesca De Felice,1 Vincenzo Tombolini,1 Francesco Marampon,2 Angela Musella,3 Claudia Marchetti3 1Department of Radiotherapy, Policlinico Umberto I, “Sapienza” University of Rome, Rome, 2Department of Biotechnological and Applied Clinical Sciences, Laboratory of Radiobiology, University of L’Aquila, L’Aquila, 3Department of Gynecological and Obstetrical Sciences and Urological Sciences, “Sapienza” University of Rome, Rome, Italy Abstract: The field of prostate oncology has continued to change dramatically. It has truly become a field that is intensely linked to molecular genetic alterations, especially DNA-repair defects. Germline breast cancer 1 gene (BRCA1 and breast cancer 2 gene (BRCA2 mutations are implicated in the highest risk of prostate cancer (PC predisposition and aggressiveness. Poly adenosine diphosphate ribose polymerase (PARP proteins play a key role in DNA repair mechanisms and represent a valid target for new therapies. Olaparib is an oral PARP inhibitor that blocks DNA repair pathway and coupled with BRCA mutated-disease results in tumor cell death. In phase II clinical trials, including patients with advanced castration-resistant PC, olaparib seems to be efficacious and well tolerated. Waiting for randomized phase III trials, olaparib should be considered as a promising treatment option for PC. Keywords: prostate cancer, metastatic disease, castration resistant, BRCA, DNA-repair, PARP, olaparib

  6. Identification of covalent active site inhibitors of dengue virus protease

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    Koh-Stenta X

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available Xiaoying Koh-Stenta,1 Joma Joy,1 Si Fang Wang,1 Perlyn Zekui Kwek,1 John Liang Kuan Wee,1 Kah Fei Wan,2 Shovanlal Gayen,1 Angela Shuyi Chen,1 CongBao Kang,1 May Ann Lee,1 Anders Poulsen,1 Subhash G Vasudevan,3 Jeffrey Hill,1 Kassoum Nacro11Experimental Therapeutics Centre, Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR, Singapore; 2Novartis Institute for Tropical Diseases, Singapore; 3Program in Emerging Infectious Diseases, Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School, SingaporeAbstract: Dengue virus (DENV protease is an attractive target for drug development; however, no compounds have reached clinical development to date. In this study, we utilized a potent West Nile virus protease inhibitor of the pyrazole ester derivative class as a chemical starting point for DENV protease drug development. Compound potency and selectivity for DENV protease were improved through structure-guided small molecule optimization, and protease-inhibitor binding interactions were validated biophysically using nuclear magnetic resonance. Our work strongly suggests that this class of compounds inhibits flavivirus protease through targeted covalent modification of active site serine, contrary to an allosteric binding mechanism as previously described.Keywords: flavivirus protease, small molecule optimization, covalent inhibitor, active site binding, pyrazole ester derivatives

  7. Staying alive: rethinking deterritorialization in a post-feminist era.

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    Lundberg, Anna

    2015-07-01

    In recent years, the concept 'post-feminism' and its links to neoliberal economic structures and to the extreme reinforcement of individualization as raison d'etre of Western civilization have been discussed at length by numerous distinguished scholars in feminist cultural studies and feminist philosophy. This article takes its point of departure in this discussion. Drawing on Wendy Brown, Elizabeth Grosz, Angela McRobbie, Wendy Larner, and others, the text is examining the discourse of post-feminism and neoliberalism, and its effects on overarching political scenarios, as well as on everyday life: What happens to feminist politics when the collective, both as figuration and as virtual political platform, is deemed to be something situated in the discursive outskirts? By drawing on examples form the contemporary cultural imaginaries, from popular culture, economic structures, and public debate, and by pointing out the links between the micro-perspective of our everyday living and overarching political structures, this article aims at bringing to the fore and critically discuss these issues, and the ways in which they intersect with contemporary Western feminism. The article ends with a discussion of possible points of exit or paths to follow in order to find alternatives. © 2015 John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

  8. Getting Multiculturalism Right: Deontology and the Concern for Neutrality

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    Johnson Matthew

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    Full Text Available In recent years, the notion of pluralism or, as it is often termed, “multiculturalism,” has been subject to critique by a range of public figures on the right of the political spectrum, such as David Cameron, Angela Merkel and Donald Trump. While “multiculturalism” is presented as being antithetical to the traditions of Western societies, it is, in fact, grounded in the same liberal tradition of individual rights as that invoked by those on the right. This article aims to outline the intellectual tradition of deontological or rights-based pluralism, demonstrating that it is an inherent part of the liberal political tradition upon which modern liberal democracies are formed. By tracing ideas derived from John Locke and Immanuel Kant and developed in the modern world by Will Kymlicka, John Rawls and Chandran Kukathas, this article seeks to enable those beyond the discipline of political philosophy to understand the ways in which rejecting pluralism means rejecting core commitments to equality, neutrality, respect and fairness.

  9. Surface contamination of nuclear spent fuel shipments. Common Report of the Competent Authorities of France, Germany, Switzerland and the United Kingdom

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    France; Germany; Switzerland; United Kingdom

    1999-01-01

    Following the discovery of non-fixed radioactive contamination on spent fuel flasks and associated transport equipment in France, an ad hoc bilateral working group of the competent regulatory authorities was set up by agreement between the German Minister for the Environment, Mrs Angela Merkel, and the French Minister for the Environment, Mrs Dominique Voynet, on 26 May 1998. On 2 June 1998, a constituent meeting of the German, French and now Swiss competent regulatory authorities convened the working group on radioactive contamination in Cologne, Germany. The United Kingdom joined the working group at its second meeting in Paris on 22 June 1998. The working group had the task to ensure a coordinated cooperation of the experts to establish the causes and effects of the contamination incidents and propose appropriate action. This report, agreed at the fifth meeting of the working group in Paris on 24 October 1998, is a compilation of information collected from all four countries, setting out the history of the events, their causes and consequences. The report goes on to describe remedial actions which have already been put in place, those that are being considered, and makes recommendations for future actions. (author)

  10. ‘Did You Really Say That?’ Voiceover and the (Recreation of Reality in Berlusconi’s ‘Shocking’ Interview for Newsnight

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    Denise Filmer

    2016-02-01

    Full Text Available In one of his last appearances as presenter of Newsnight (BBC 20 May 2014, veteran journalist Jeremy Paxman interviewed Silvio Berlusconi. Three minutes into the voiced-over interpreter-mediated dialogue, the journalist known as "Newsnight’s Rottweiler-in-chief" asked: "Is it true you called [Angela Merkel] an unfuckable lardarse?" Momentarily flustered, Berlusconi toyed with the earpiece from which he listened to the interpreter translate. Recomposing himself he replied: "Non ho mai, in venti anni di politica, insultato nessuno", [I have never, in twenty years of politics, insulted anyone]. While the veracity of Berlusconi’s response is debateable, the issues at stake in this contribution are others. Combining approaches from ethnomethodology with critical discourse analysis (CDA, the article examines three aspects of the communicative event. The first focuses on its technical and linguistic construction, and the (instrumental? choice of voice-over actor. The second aspect asks what pprompted the BBC’s decision to air the offending language, albeit through translation. Jeremy Paxman’s views on the role of interpreting and voiceover in the construction of the interview were sought, providing insight on the social actor’s perspective. The third aspect relates to the discursive construction of the event and outlines the intertextual chains (Fairclough 1995 it generated. A small dataset of British newspaper articles on the interview is analysed. Finally, the contribution offers some closing remarks.

  11. La hora de la decisión. ¿Cómo logró “Merkozy” establecer las bases para una nueva Europa?

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    Andreas Rinke

    2011-11-01

    Full Text Available Los países de la zona euro vivieron durante 2011 algunos de los meses más dramáticos desde la creación del euro llegando transitoriamente a su fin con la política del eje franco-alemán que produjo un cambio en la arquitectura de la Unión Europea. El viejo debate sobre la “Europa de los círculos concéntricos” o de un “núcleo Europa” dejó de ser una teoría y se convirtió en realidad: el grupo de los 17 países de la eurozona se dio a partir de ese momento un nuevo marco. El presente texto señala, desde la óptica alemana, qué sucedió durante todos estos meses, reconstruye cómo cambió la posición de la canciller Angela Merkel ante la crisis económica, pasando de una actitud defensiva a una actitud ofensiva de respuesta, y muestra cómo finalmente esto llevó, con el apoyo decisivo del entonces mandatario francés Nicolás Sarkozy, a una transformación institucional importante al interior de la Unión Europea.

  12. EUROATOM-treaty and intergovernmental conference

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    Thomas, S.

    2007-01-01

    On June 26, 2007 the European Council decided under the chairmanship of the Head of State of the German Government, Angela Merkel, to work out a ''Reform Treaty'' for the European Union. The current version of the ''Reform Treaty'' and the Intergovernmental Conference are a successful result of the German and French policy for Europe. The process will be continued under the Portuguese chairmanship of the European Union. The ''Reform Treaty'' includes a special separate energy chapter. The chapter includes targets for an EU-energy policy as well as targets for the peaceful uses of nuclear energy. Furthermore special technical topics of a revision of the EURATOM-Treaty are mentioned. General revisions of the EURATOM-Treaty or a special Intergovernmental Conference on the EURATOM-Treaty are not expected. Maybe, the European Parliament will get more competence in some parts of decision making processes. Due to the differing views on the peaceful uses of nuclear energy in the EU member states a revision of the EUROATOM-Treaty is more unlikely expected. (orig.)

  13. Surface contamination of nuclear spent fuel shipments. Common Report of the Competent Authorities of France, Germany, Switzerland and the United Kingdom

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    France; Germany; Switzerland; United Kingdom

    1999-07-01

    Following the discovery of non-fixed radioactive contamination on spent fuel flasks and associated transport equipment in France, an ad hoc bilateral working group of the competent regulatory authorities was set up by agreement between the German Minister for the Environment, Mrs Angela Merkel, and the French Minister for the Environment, Mrs Dominique Voynet, on 26 May 1998. On 2 June 1998, a constituent meeting of the German, French and now Swiss competent regulatory authorities convened the working group on radioactive contamination in Cologne, Germany. The United Kingdom joined the working group at its second meeting in Paris on 22 June 1998. The working group had the task to ensure a coordinated cooperation of the experts to establish the causes and effects of the contamination incidents and propose appropriate action. This report, agreed at the fifth meeting of the working group in Parison 24 October 1998, is a compilation of information collected from all four countries, setting out the history of the events, their causes and consequences. The report goes on to describe remedial actions which have already been put in place, those that are being considered, and makes recommendations for future actions. (author)

  14. LA REFORMA CONSTITUCIONAL DE 2009 DE LAS RELACIONES FINANCIERAS ENTRE LA FEDERACIÓN Y LOS LÄNDER EN LA REPÚBLICA FEDERAL DE ALEMANIA

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    Antonio Arroyo Gil

    2010-04-01

    Full Text Available On 1 August 2009, the second constitutional reform of German federalismwent into effect. It was sponsored by the large coalition government betweenthe Christian Democratic Union (CDU and the Social Democratic Party (SPD,headed by Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel. It is a modification of theFundamental Law that affects, above all, the intertwining financial relationshipsbetween the Federation and the Länder. Its scope is more limited thanoriginally foreseen. The most notable element of this reform lies in the introductionof a constitutional limit on the debt capacity of the various partsintegrating the German federal state, as well as the creation of a procedurefor the purpose of preventing emergency budget situations. Furthermore,some mechanisms of cooperation between the Federation and the Länderin the field of Information Technology were formalized. In addition to puttingin context the reasons, objectives and finality of the reform in reference, thispaper will give an exposition of the essential aspects of its content, from adescriptive approach, which includes certain critical annotations

  15. EUROATOM-treaty and intergovernmental conference; Euratom-Vertrag und Regierungskonferenz

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    Thomas, S. [Bundesministerium fuer Wirtschaft und Technologie Berlin/Bonn, Bonn (Germany). Referat III B 4

    2007-10-15

    On June 26, 2007 the European Council decided under the chairmanship of the Head of State of the German Government, Angela Merkel, to work out a ''Reform Treaty'' for the European Union. The current version of the ''Reform Treaty'' and the Intergovernmental Conference are a successful result of the German and French policy for Europe. The process will be continued under the Portuguese chairmanship of the European Union. The ''Reform Treaty'' includes a special separate energy chapter. The chapter includes targets for an EU-energy policy as well as targets for the peaceful uses of nuclear energy. Furthermore special technical topics of a revision of the EURATOM-Treaty are mentioned. General revisions of the EURATOM-Treaty or a special Intergovernmental Conference on the EURATOM-Treaty are not expected. Maybe, the European Parliament will get more competence in some parts of decision making processes. Due to the differing views on the peaceful uses of nuclear energy in the EU member states a revision of the EUROATOM-Treaty is more unlikely expected. (orig.)

  16. The «Special» Relationship between Germany and China in the Context of Germany’s China Policy

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    Anatoly V. Tsvyk

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available The Federal Republic of Germany and the People's Republic of China are both economic powers in Asia and Europe with a shared international responsibility in many international fields. Germany is China's number-one trade partner in the EU and China is the top foreign investment destination for German companies. This article highlights the relationship between Germany and China since the beginning of Gerhard Schroeder's «Wandel dutch Handel» policy in 1998. Germany's policy toward China was based on the idea that economic exchange and increase in trade between both countries would lead to political and societal change in China. In the author's point of view Germany's China policy shifted significantly to one which focused more heavily on human rights at the beginning of the first term under Chancellor Angela Merkel in 2005. The author argues that Germany's China policy at present time is motivated first of all by economic interests and the needs of its exporters. In recent years, there have been efforts to extend cooperation to other fields like security and world order. The author comes to the conclusion that both Germany and China increasingly consider a strategic partnership within mutual interest.

  17. Stratégies de contournement de l'adresse et délocution : le tiers du discours politique

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    Truan, Naomi

    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available Whereas the research in enunciative linguistics since Benveniste (1966 : 260 mainly focuses on the second person (you in the study of address strategies, this article raises the possibility that the grammatical category of the third person (P3 does not only correspond to the absent(s in discourse, but is also a way to avoid or soften direct address in order to preserve the face of the speaker and the hearers and to limit Face Threatening Acts (FTA, Brown/Levinson 1978, 1987. The analysis is based on a corpus of British and German political speeches of David Cameron and Angela Merkel. It analyses examples where the third person (P3, be it an indefinite pronoun like the German man (one, universal quantifiers like jeder/everyone or keiner/no one, partial quantifiers like manch-/some or NPs, involves the recipients of the discourse. The use of the third person can therefore be seen as a marker of “verbal indirection” (Obeng 1997 : 80 and invites us to pay closer attention to the distinction between grammatical and enunciative status of the category of person on the one hand, and to the distinction between addressees (allocutaires and recipients (destinataires of political discourse on the other hand.

  18. The Process of Writing a Book about Baldwin’s Self-Exile in Saint-Paul de Vence

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    Jules B. Farber

    2017-10-01

    Full Text Available Rather than write a classic biography of James Baldwin in the last cycle of his life—from his arrival in 1970 as a black stranger in the all-white medieval village of Saint-Paul, until his death there in 1987—I sought to discover the author through the eyes of people who knew him in this period. With this optic, I sought a wide variety of people who were in some way part of his life there: friends, lovers, barmen, writers, artists, taxi drivers, his doctors and others who retained memories of their encounters with Baldwin on all levels. Besides the many locals, contact was made with a number of Baldwin’s further afield cultural figures including Maya Angelou, Harry Belafonte, Sidney Poitier, Angela Davis, Bill Wyman, and others. There were more than seventy interviews in person in places as distant as Paris, New York or Istanbul and by telephone spread over four years during the preparatory research and writing of the manuscript. Many of the recollections centred on “at home with Jimmy” or dining at his “Welcome Table.”

  19. Long-term use of adalimumab in the treatment of moderate to severe plaque psoriasis: a review of the literature

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    Angela Y Moore

    2010-04-01

    Full Text Available Angela Y Moore, Blakely S RichardsonArlington Center for Dermatology, Arlington, Texas, USAAbstract: Psoriasis is a chronic T-cell-mediated inflammatory disease that primarily affects the skin and joints. Patients with moderate to severe psoriasis constitute about 30% of the psoriasis population. Treatment of this group is challenging due to the long-term side effects, toxicities and inconvenience of conventional treatments such as phototherapy, methotrexate and cyclosporine. However, recent advances in our understanding of the pathogenesis of psoriasis have led to the popular use of biologics, which offer a safer, more convenient and effective targeted therapy. Adalimumab was originally approved for treating rheumatoid arthritis. Currently, adalimumab is also approved for treatment of adult patients with moderate to severe chronic plaque psoriasis who are candidates for systemic therapy or phototherapy or when other systemic therapies are medically less appropriate. Since the onset of the use of biologics, there have been concerns over safety and efficacy when used as long-term therapy. This paper reviews all publications, posters and abstracts reporting original data on the efficacy and/or safety of adalimumab in patients treated for chronic plaque psoriasis for more than 1 year.Keywords: psoriasis, adalimumab, biologics

  20. Proceedings of the High Consequence Operations Safety Symposium

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    1994-12-01

    Many organizations face high consequence safety situations where unwanted stimuli due to accidents, catastrophes, or inadvertent human actions can cause disasters. In order to improve interaction among such organizations and to build on each others` experience, preventive approaches, and assessment techniques, the High Consequence Operations Safety Symposium was held July 12--14, 1994 at Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, New Mexico. The symposium was conceived by Dick Schwoebel, Director of the SNL Surety Assessment Center. Stan Spray, Manager of the SNL System Studies Department, planned strategy and made many of the decisions necessary to bring the concept to fruition on a short time scale. Angela Campos and about 60 people worked on the nearly limitless implementation and administrative details. The initial symposium (future symposia are planned) was structured around 21 plenary presentations in five methodology-oriented sessions, along with a welcome address, a keynote address, and a banquet address. Poster papers addressing the individual session themes were available before and after the plenary sessions and during breaks.

  1. Clinical utility of circulating tumor cell counting through CellSearch®: the dilemma of a concept suspended in Limbo

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    2014-04-01

    Full Text Available Cristina Raimondi,1 Angela Gradilone,1 Giuseppe Naso,2 Enrico Cortesi,2 Paola Gazzaniga1 1Dipartimento Medicina Molecolare, Sapienza Università di Roma, Rome, Italy; 2Dipartimento di Scienze Radiologiche, Oncologiche e Anatomopatologiche, Sapienza Università di Roma, Rome, Italy Abstract: To date, 10 years after the first demonstration of circulating tumor cells (CTCs, prognostic significance in metastatic breast cancer using the US Food and Drug Administration–cleared system CellSearch®, the potential utility of CTCs in early clinical development of drugs, their role as a surrogate marker of response to therapy, and their molecular analysis for patient stratification for targeted therapies are still major unsolved questions. Great expectations are pinned on the ongoing interventional trials aimed to demonstrate that CTCs might be of value for guiding treatment of patients and predicting cancer progression. To fill the gap between theory and practice with regard to the clinical utility of CTCs, a bridge is needed, taking into account innovative design for clinical trials, a revised definition of traditional CTCs, next-generation CTC technology, the potential clinical application of CTC analysis in non-validated settings of disease, and finally, expanding the number of patients enrolled in the studies. In this regard, the results of the first European pooled analysis definitely validated the independent prognostic value of CTC counting in metastatic breast cancer patients. Keywords: CTC, clinical trials, prognosis

  2. Does eating less make you live longer and better? An update on calorie restriction

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    2017-11-01

    Full Text Available Anna Picca,1 Vito Pesce,2 Angela Maria Serena Lezza2 1Department of Geriatrics, Neuroscience and Orthopedics, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart School of Medicine, Rome, 2Department of Biosciences, Biotechnologies and Biopharmaceutics, University of Bari, Bari, Italy Abstract: The complexity of aging is hard to be captured. However, apart from its tissue-specific features, a structural and functional progressive decline of the whole organism that leads to death, often preceded by a phase of chronic morbidity, characterizes the common process of aging. Therefore, the research goal of scientists in the field moved from the search for strategies able to extend longevity to those ensuring healthy aging associated with a longer lifespan referred to as “healthspan”. The aging process is plastic and can be tuned by multiple mechanisms including dietary and genetic interventions. To date, the most robust approach, efficient in warding off the cellular markers of aging, is calorie restriction (CR. Here, after a preliminary presentation of the major debate originated by CR, we concisely overviewed the recent results of CR treatment on humans. We also provided an update on the molecular mechanisms involved by CR and the effects on some of the age-associated cellular markers. We finally reviewed a number of tested CR mimetics and concluded with an evaluation of future applications of such dietary approach. Keywords: aging, calorie restriction, studies on humans, CR molecular mechanisms, CR mimetics

  3. Erwachsenenbildung unter genderkritischer Perspektive

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    Jürgen Budde

    2008-03-01

    Full Text Available Im Bereich der Erwachsenen- und Ausbildungsforschung werden Genderdimensionen bislang nur wenig in den Blick genommen. 2006 sind jedoch gleich zwei Arbeiten erschienen, die sich mit der Erwachsenenbildung unter Genderperspektive beschäftigen. Sabine Liedtkes Studie analysiert das bislang wenig bearbeitete Feld des beruflichen Ausbildungssystems. Anhand der Rekonstruktion der Kategorien „Beruf“ und „Arbeit“ dokumentiert sie ein dichotomes Geschlechtermodell im dualen System, welches an tradierte Geschlechterbilder angelehnt ist. Ihr Fazit ist, dass die Berufspädagogik die dichotome Struktur von Geschlecht fördert, da sie sich auf den gewerblich-technischen und industriellen Bereich konzentriert und so zu einer Reproduktion von hierarchischen Geschlechtermodellen beiträgt. Angela Venth richtet dagegen mit der allgemeinen Erwachsenenbildung den Fokus auf den zweiten großen Sektor und ergänzt so die Genderanalyse. Sie arbeitet anhand von Programmanalysen, Tagungsauswertungen und Fortbildungsdokumentationen heraus, dass auch in der allgemeinen Erwachsenenbildung ein geschlechterdichotomes Bild mit einem normativen männlichen Maßstab zugrunde gelegt wird. Die dichotome Struktur von allgemeiner und beruflicher Bildung sowie die Missachtung alltagsbezogener Bildung versperren, so Venth, die Möglichkeit der Veränderung von Geschlechterverhältnissen.

  4. Food safety and power supply between own interests and global justice; Ernaehrungssicherung und Energieversorgung zwischen Eigeninteressen und globaler Gerechtigkeit

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    2010-04-15

    Within the International Expert Dialogue Conference from 3rd to 4th April, 2009, in Lusaka (Sambia) the following lectures were held: (1) Decision and handling using experiences; (2) Experiences are better than instruction (Peter Henriot); (3) New concepts of the global cooperation is necessary; (4) Respect for the human dignity is the secret of the freedom (Markus Vogt); (5) Humans are community beings (Peter Henriot); (6) We only see the top of the iceberg (Miniva Chibuye); (7) The agriculture in Sambia offers one of the greatest potentials for the increase of the economic growth and for the reduction of poverty (Cosmore Mwaanga); (8) 10 points European and German agricultural politics: Criteria for and consequences on the national and international market regulation (Baerbel Hoehn); (9) Between food safety and (export) market orientation: Target conflict of the real agricultural politics; (10) Which courses can be gone by the developing countries?; (11) Only a fair trade contributes to the fight against property (Angela Mwape Mulenga); (12) The regions can work differently on their different resources than under each global free trade agreement (Ulrich Kelber); (13) Changing the trade: 'Pro-poor' and 'Aid for Trade'; (14) Where can the journey go?; (15) Nutrition at the first position: Political and economical demands.

  5. From Economic Equality to “Mommy Politics”. Women Artists and the Challenges of Gender in East German Painting

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    April A. Eisman

    2014-11-01

    Full Text Available This article looks at the impact that East Germany 's gender policies had on the visual arts and especially women painters across four decades. The first two sections focus on women 's participation in the national art exhibitions in Dresden during the Ulbricht and Honecker years, looking at how their artwork responded to official gender policies, and at the emergence of three women – Heidrun Hegewald, Gudrun Brüne, and Doris Ziegler – as nationally prominent painters. The third section focuses on the paintings and agitations of Angela Hampel in the 1980s as an example of a new phase in the pursuit of gender equality in East Germany, one abruptly cut short by the unification process. Ultimately this article argues that East Germany 's gender policies, despite not having achieved the stated goal of true equality, had a positive impact on women artists, and especially painters, in East Germany, increasing the number of women included in major exhibitions, encouraging greater complexity in their work, and ultimately fostering a socialist-feminist critique of lingering patriarchal biases.

  6. Sustainable winegrowing: current perspectives

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    2015-05-01

    Full Text Available Angela Mariani,1 Antonella Vastola2 1Department of Economic and Legal Studies, University Parthenope, Naples, 2School of Agricultural, Forestry, Food and Environmental Sciences, University of Basilicata, Potenza, Italy Abstract: The winegrowing sector worldwide is strongly committed to improving environmental and social sustainability. The aim of this work, based on a literature review, is to highlight current sustainability perspectives and the related main issues. There is a broad consensus that the challenge to achieve a greater spread of sustainable practices is to enhance environmental and social sustainability while maintaining economic viability. From the producers' point of view, the priority is to bridge the still substantial knowledge gaps in terms of perceived environmental benefits, economic benefits, and costs. Thus, an increased research effort focusing on the costs and benefits of different winegrowing practices and technical assistance with implementation might support their diffusion. Moreover, targeted marketing strategies are needed to: enhance consumers' involvement and their attitude toward sustainable wine; improve understanding and use of sustainable labels and claims; and raise awareness of some environmental credentials of wine packaging, mainly with reference to lightweight glass bottles. Keywords: winegrower, sustainability, wine, consumer, marketing strategies

  7. Influence of oncogenic transcription factors on chromatin conformation and implications in prostate cancer

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    2014-05-01

    Full Text Available Yeqing Angela Yang,1 Jung Kim,1 Jindan Yu1,21Division of Hematology/Oncology, Department of Medicine, 2Robert H Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center, Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL, USAAbstract: In recent years, facilitated by rapid technological advances, we are becoming more adept at probing the molecular processes, which take place in the nucleus, that are crucial for the hierarchical regulation and organization of chromatin architecture. With an unprecedented level of resolution, a detailed atlas of chromosomal structures (histone displacement, variants, modifications, chromosome territories, and DNA looping and mechanisms underlying their establishment, provides invaluable insight into physiological as well as pathological phenomena. In this review, we will focus on prostate cancer, a prevalent malignancy in men worldwide, and for which a curative treatment strategy is yet to be attained. We aim to catalog the most frequently observed oncogenic alterations associated with chromatin conformation, while emphasizing the TMPRSS2-ERG fusion, which is found in more than one-half of prostate cancer patients and its functions in compromising the chromatin landscape in prostate cancer.Keywords: chromatin conformation, ERG, prostate cancer

  8. Effect of household pet ownership on infant immune response and subsequent sensitization

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    Angela Simpson

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    Full Text Available Angela SimpsonManchester Academic Health Science Centre, NIHR Translational Research Facility in Respiratory Medicine, University Hospital of South Manchester NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester, UKAbstract: Sensitization to pets is a major risk factor for asthma. There are many reports on the relationship between household pets, sensitization to the pet, and sensitization to other allergens, often with conflicting results. Pet ownership is not random, and household pets are associated with exposures other than pet allergens. We will review some of the evidence regarding the effects of household pets on infant immune responses, focusing on data from birth cohort studies. It remains unclear precisely why some children develop specific sensitizations to pets whilst others do not in the face of equivalent exposures, but it is likely to be due to gene-environment interactions. Further long-term follow-up of children in whom neonatal and infant immune responses have been measured is necessary to understand how these events occur and how they relate to subsequent disease.Keywords: pets, sensitization, immune response

  9. Safety and efficacy of alteplase in the treatment of acute ischemic stroke

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    Giuseppe Micieli

    2009-05-01

    Full Text Available Giuseppe Micieli, Simona Marcheselli, Piera Angela TosiNeurology and Stroke Unit, IRCCS Istituto Clinico Humanitas, Rozzano (MI, italyAbstract: After publication of the results of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke study, the application of intravenous thrombolysis for ischemic stroke was launched and has now been in use for more than 10 years. The approval of this drug represented only the first step of the therapeutic approach to this pathology. Despite proven efficacy, concerns remain regarding the safety of recombinant tissue-type plasminogen activator for acute ischemic stroke used in routine clinical practice. As a result, a small proportion of patients are currently treated with thrombolytic drugs. Several factors explain this situation: a limited therapeutic window, insufficient public knowledge of the warning signs for stroke, the small number of centers able to administer thrombolysis on a 24-hour basis and an excessive fear of hemorrhagic complications. The aim of this review is to explore the clinical efficacy of treatment with alteplase and consider the hemorrhagic risks.Keywords: rt-PA, acute ischemic stroke, intracranial hemorrhage

  10. Video Assemblages: ‘Machinic Animism’ and ‘Asignifying Semiotics’ in the Work of Melitopoulos and Lazzarato

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    Jay Hetrick

    2014-10-01

    Full Text Available In this paper I will analyse the theoretical background of a single video installation – co-created by Angela Melitopoulos and Maurizio Lazzarato – in order to unpack Deleuze and Guattari’s important but somewhat elusive concepts of ‘machinic animism’ and ‘asignifying semiotics.’ Assemblages (2010 is a three channel audio-visual documentary about the French philosopher and psychoanalyst Félix Guattari. I will argue that, in order to fully understand this work, we must interrogate the incredibly dense theoretical context it inhabits. In particular, I will explore the juncture between Guattari’s ethico-aesthetic ideas concerning a potential ‘ecosophy’ – or theory of the different relations between humans and nature that depends upon a new semiotics – and Lazzarato’s conception of ‘videophilosophy,’ which is grounded upon a politicised Bergsonian onto-aesthetics. I will conclude by criticizing Nicolas Bourriaud’s misappropriation of Guattari in his book Relational Aesthetics and propose that Assemblages demands quite a different and more radical gesture of relationality: one that follows an ecosophical logic that envelopes and imbricates the different levels of nature, the individual, and the social in a way that we might qualify with the term ‘unnatural participation.’

  11. Historical Materialism Seen Through the Lens of Magical Realism: Gender Relationships in ‘Nights at the Circus’

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    Emilija Dimitrijevic

    2015-08-01

    Full Text Available Nights at the Circus (1984 by Angela Carter is widely recognized as a masterpiece of magical realism. At the same time, the novel stands out in the literary genre because of its distinctly materialistic outlook. This essay argues that specific to Carter’s writing is the view of gender discourse as yet another form of idealization of dominant economic relationships. Classical Marxist theory begins with the analysis of capitalism under the Industrial Revolution and extends it to consider its implications in less developed economies. The novel proceeds similarly: it starts with gender relationships most obviously fashioned as economic transactions but explained away as natural, moves on to those apparently less governed by economic interests, and finally examines gender relationships where they appear to be dominated by the supernatural, showing that in all these cases economic relationships are not less decisive but rather differently naturalized.

  12. Experiences of deafblind people about health care.

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    Fernández-Valderas, Carmen; Macías-Seda, Juana; Gil-García, Eugenia

    Deafblindness is a disability resulting from the combination of visual and auditory sensory impairments, which can manifest in different levels causing special communication problems. Deafblind people have special needs that derive from difficulties in sensing, understanding, attention and a lack of the skills required to function effectively in society. Deafblindness requires specialized services, personnel specifically trained in its care and special methods for communication. The main objective of this study is to explore the experiences of deafblind people in relation to health care throughout their lives. This study was developed at the St. Angela de la Cruz Centre, belonging to the Association of Parents of Deafblind People in Spain. Phenomenological qualitative study, through semi-structured interviews with deafblind people at the St. Ángela de la Cruz Centre, Salteras (Seville), carried out in 2015, with the help of interpreters in Spanish sign language. Topics covered in the interviews refer to facilities, human resources, time waiting and health care. Coinciding statements were obtained, where the participants point out architectural and educational barriers in health care and stand out better if the professionals know sign language. It can be highlighted that healthcare professionals lack knowledge of all aspects of deafblindness, sign language in particular, and there is a shortage of signs and information for the deafblind. Moreover, alternatives are required to reduce waiting times and improve direct communication with health professionals. Copyright © 2017 Elsevier España, S.L.U. All rights reserved.

  13. Relative foraminiferan abundance as an indicator of seagrass sediment health:

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    Cajandig, P.; Quiros, A.; Nolan, H.; Tallman, R.; Cooper, N.; Ayala, J.; Courtier, C.

    2013-12-01

    Authors: Patrick Cajandig*, Jose Ayala**, Nathaniel Cooper**, Catherine Courtier**, Hannah Nolan**, Rachelle Tallman**, T.E. Angela L. Quiros** * Davis High-School CA, **University of California Santa Cruz, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Department Seagrasses are a key component in coastal ecosystems. Found in shallow marine environments, they make a large contribution to coastal ecosystem health by sustaining water quality, stabilizing the sea bottom, and providing habitat as well as food for other organisms. Seagrasses accumulate tiny grains of sediment, increasing water clarity. Just like barren hills are prone to erosion compared to vegetated, rooted down hills, we find a similar situation in the ocean. Seagrasses have broad roots that extend vertically and horizontally to help stabilize the seabed. Seagrasses support a whole ecosystem, because some organisms feed off of the seagrass alone, while others feed off the inhabitants of the seagrass. The quality of sediment is a vital part of seagrass health, just like nutrient rich soils are important to land plants. But what in seagrass sediment is a good indication of health? We hypothesize that seagrass health measures such as percent cover and seagrass species diversity are related to the abundance of foraminiferans relative to other seagrass sediment components. My mentor, T. E. Angela L. Quiros, from the University of California, Santa Cruz (UCSC), collected the sediment samples from seagrass beds in the Philippines. Samples were dried and brought to UCSC for sediment sieving. We used different sized sieves to sort the sediment. These sieves ranged from coarse to very fine sieves (Phi -2.0 (coarse) through +3.0 (fine) going in 0.5 intervals on a log scale). We weighed the sediment that was caught in each tray and separated them into bags of different size classes. To analyze each sample, we subsampled four size classes (Phi's -2.0, -1.5,-1.0, 0.0), and used a dissecting scope to identify and then weigh the

  14. ESTUDOS DE NARRATIVAS SOBRE MEMÓRIAS DE ALFABETIZAÇÃO: ALGUMAS CONSIDERAÇÕES SOBRE LETRAMENTO E NUMERAMENTO

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    Maira Bartira Kaufmann

    2015-08-01

    Full Text Available Apresentamos, a partir do presente artigo, alguns dos resultados parciais do projeto de pesquisa “Linguagem e Educação Matemática para a Educação Básica: um estudo de experiências pedagógicas”, que tem como objetivo geral estudar a formação de professores e suas experiências pedagógicas nas escolas de Educação Básica. O referencial teórico está concebido, principalmente, a partir dos estudos de Jorge Larrosa, Angela Kleiman e Maria Celeste Souza em relação aos conceitos de narrativa, letramento e numeramento, respectivamente. A produção e discussão de dados, por sua vez, se deu a partir de encontros quinzenais com o grupo da pesquisa, constituído por acadêmicos de cursos da graduação da UNISC, por mestrandos do PPGEdu/UNISC e por professores da rede pública estadual de ensino. Para a escrita deste texto, entretanto, consideramos as narrativas de dez professores participantes do Pacto Nacional pela Alfabetização na Idade Certa – PNAIC acerca de suas memórias de alfabetização, buscando compreender de que forma os conceitos de letramento e numeramento eram apresentados nos enunciados. A partir da análise do material, percebemos que o processo de alfabetização demonstra um distanciamento dos campos da vida social, estando muito mais associado ao ensino de práticas e à aprendizagem de habilidades individuais de escrita e leitura.

  15. Handover checklist: testing a standardization process in an Italian hospital

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    Ferorelli D

    2017-05-01

    Full Text Available Davide Ferorelli,1 Teresa Giandola,2 Mariangela Laterza,2 Biagio Solarino,2 Angela Pezzolla,3 Fiorenza Zotti,2 Alessandro Dell’Erba1 1Interdisciplinary Department of Medicine, 2Section of Legal Medicine, 3Department of Emergency and Organ Transplantation, University of Bari, Bari, Italy Objectives: This study aimed to standardize and rationalize the handover, a critical and essential moment in common health care practices, through the realization of an efficient and standardized checklist, which could be used daily to ensure complete, thorough and effective handover. The principal purpose of the implementation of the handover is to reduce errors due to superficial and insufficient communication.Methods: The “operative group” defined the phases to the realization of the delineated aims: at first, the direct observation and the consequent realization of a handover checklist model and then, the experimental phases (trials. The handover checklist model was used for a month and it was daily and duly completed by the doctors who took part in the trial. To prove the success of the study, three questionnaires were distributed on different occasions.Results: Analyzing the answers to the questionnaires, the importance of the handover has come to light and that for the most part, the doctors consider it an essential and irreplaceable moment in daily health care work. Moreover, it became obvious that the use of the handover checklist guaranteed a considerable improvement in the traditional handover in terms of security, completeness, care continuity and clarity. The handover checklist was completely appreciated by the majority of the participant doctors who agree with the definitive introduction of it in their unit.Conclusions: Our study indicated the consistency of the handover checklist as an instrument to implement the handover and, indirectly, to improve the quality of the care. Keywords: clinical risk management, handover checklist, health care

  16. Lack of paradoxical bronchoconstriction after administration of tiotropium via Respimat® Soft Mist™ Inhaler in COPD

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    Full Text Available Rick Hodder1, Demetri Pavia2, Angela Lee2, Eric Bateman31Divisions of Pulmonary and Critical Care, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON, Canada; 2Boehringer Ingelheim Limited, Bracknell, England, UK; 3Division of Pulmonology, Department of Medicine, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South AfricaAbstract: Bronchoconstriction has been reported in asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD patients after administration of some aqueous inhalation solutions. We investigated the incidence of this event during long-term clinical trials of tiotropium delivered via Respimat® Soft Mist™ Inhaler (SMI. We retrospectively analyzed pooled data from two identical Phase III clinical trials, in which 1990 patients with COPD received 48 weeks' treatment with once-daily tiotropium (5 or 10 µg or placebo inhaled via Respimat® SMI. We recorded the incidence of bronchospasm and of a range of respiratory events that could suggest bronchoconstriction during the first 30 minutes after inhalation of study treatment on each of the eight test days. No patients reported bronchospasm. Six patients (0.3% reported a combination of at least two events suggestive of bronchoconstriction, and 21 (1.1% reported either rescue medication use or a respiratory adverse event. Asymptomatic falls in forced expiratory volume in one second (FEV1 of ≥15% were recorded on all test days, with no change in incidence over time, and affected 8.2% of those in the tiotropium groups and 14.5% of those on placebo. In COPD patients receiving long-term treatment with tiotropium 5 or 10 µg via Respimat® SMI, no bronchospasm was recorded, and the number of events possibly indicative of paradoxical bronchoconstriction was very low.Keywords: inhalation device, bronchoconstriction, COPD, tiotropium

  17. Assessment of corneal astigmatism following frown and straight incision forms in sutureless manual small incision cataract surgery

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    Amedo AO

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    Full Text Available Angela Ofeibea Amedo, Kwadwo Amoah, Nana Yaa Koomson, David Ben Kumah, Eugene Appenteng Osae Department of Optometry and Visual Science, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana Abstract: To investigate which of two tunnel incision forms (frown versus straight in sutureless manual small incision cataract surgery creates more corneal astigmatism. Sixty eyes of 60 patients who had consented to undergo cataract surgery and to partake in this study were followed from baseline through >12-week postoperative period. Values of preoperative and postoperative corneal astigmatism for the 60 eyes, measured with a Bausch and Lomb keratometer, were extracted from the patients’ cataract surgery records. Residual astigmatism was computed as the difference between preoperative and postoperative keratometry readings. Visual acuity was assessed during the preoperative period and at each postoperative visit with a Snellen chart at 6 m. Fifty eyes of 50 patients were successfully followed-up on. Overall, the mean residual astigmatism was 0.75±0.12 diopters. The differences in mean residual astigmatism between the two different incision groups were statistically significant (t [48]=6.33, P<0.05; frown incision group recorded 1.00±0.12 diopters, whereas the straight incision group recorded 0.50±0.12 diopters. No significant difference was observed between male and female groups (t [48]=0.24, P>0.05. Residual corneal astigmatism in the frown incision group was significantly higher than in the straight incision group. Fisher’s exact test did not reveal a significant association between incision forms and visual acuity during the entire postoperative period (P>0.05. Keywords: cataract, residual corneal astigmatism, frown incision, straight incision

  18. PREFACE: 17th Pan-American Synchrotron Radiation Instrumentation Conference SRI2013

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    Williams, Gwyn P.; Revesz, Peter; Arp, Uwe

    2014-03-01

    These proceedings are a collection of the articles presented at the seventeenth Pan-American Synchrotron Radiation Instrumentation Conference SRI2013, held on the campus of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), located in Gaithersburg, Maryland, United States of America, 19-21 June, 2013. SRI2013 was jointly hosted by the Cornell University Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source (CHESS), the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (Jefferson Lab), and the Synchrotron Ultraviolet Radiation Facility (SURF III) at NIST. This meeting's focus was clearly on instrumentation, thus fulfilling the intent of this SRI meeting series, which was initiated at NIST, then the National Bureau of Standards (NBS), in 1979. SRI2013 hosted more than 150 delegates, despite the new US governmental travel restrictions. This proceedings series aims to be an essential reference work for practitioners in the field. It primarily documents the evolution and development of techniques, but also recent scientific advances, that were presented during the two and a half days of the conference. We are extremely thankful to all the authors who contributed to making these proceedings a volume of reference as well as to the reviewers for their careful reading and constructive recommendations for improving the articles. Great thanks go to Robert Dragoset at NIST, for creating and maintaining the conference website and generating the conference logo. We are also thankful for the excellent support we received from the Conference Program at NIST, especially Kathy Kilmer and Angela Ellis. And we would like to dedicate these proceedings to the memory of Kathy Kilmer, who passed away on 15 October, 2013. NIST will not be the same without her. The Co-Editors: Uwe Arp (SURF/NIST) Peter Reversz (CHESS) Gwyn P Williams (Jefferson Lab)

  19. A fabricação do gênero: o corpo transexual em ‘A paixão da Nova Era' e 'A pele que habito'

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    Renato Gama de Lima

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    Full Text Available Este ensaio tem como objeto de análise as relações de gênero presentes no romance A paixão da Nova Eva (1977, da escritora inglesa Angela Carter, em diálogo com o filme A pele que habito (2011, do cineasta espanhol Pedro Almodóvar. Nas obras em questão, referenciaremos atenção especial às personagens Evelyn, no romance, e Vicente, no filme, que passam por um processo transexualizador que inclui, além da mutilação fisica de seus corpos masculinos, uma posterior tentativa de internalização das suas novas condições de „mulher‟. Nas duas obras, há um processo de aculturação e socialização do que se concebe como constituinte do „ser mulher‟, levando a cabo a icônica frase de Beauvoir: “Não se nasce mulher, torna-se”. Nesse sentido, tanto o texto literário quanto o filme incorporariam a sexualidade como um dispositivo, marcado pelo caráter performativo das identidades de gênero e pelo alcance subversivo das performances e das sexualidades fora das normas de gênero pré-estabelecidas. Além disso, torna-se evidente uma concepção do corpo como núcleo do biopoder, “fabricado” por tecnologias precisas. Notamos, nas duas alegorias em análise, uma ilustração das identidades de gênero enquanto constructo social e cultural presentes nas postulações de Foucault (2004, Louro (2005, Butler (2003 e Lauretis (1994. PALAVRAS-CHAVE: Subjetividade; Gênero; Biopolítica.

  20. A Fabricação do Gênero: o corpo transexual em A paixão da Nova Eva e A pele que habito

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    Renato Gama de Lima

    2013-08-01

    Full Text Available Este ensaio tem como objeto de análise as relações de gênero presentes no romance A paixão da Nova Eva (1977, da escritora inglesa Angela Carter, em diálogo com o filme A pele que habito (2011, do cineasta espanhol Pedro Almodóvar. Nas obras em questão, referenciaremos atenção especial às personagens Evelyn, no romance, e Vicente, no filme, que passam por um processo transexualizador que inclui, além da mutilação fisica de seus corpos masculinos, uma posterior tentativa de internalização das suas novas condições de „mulher‟. Nas duas obras, há um processo de aculturação e socialização do que se concebe como constituinte do „ser mulher‟, levando a cabo a icônica frase de Beauvoir: “Não se nasce mulher, torna-se”. Nesse sentido, tanto o texto literário quanto o filme incorporariam a sexualidade como um dispositivo, marcado pelo caráter performativo das identidades de gênero e pelo alcance subversivo das performances e das sexualidades fora das normas de gênero pré-estabelecidas. Além disso, torna-se evidente uma concepção do corpo como núcleo do biopoder, „fabricado‟ por tecnologias precisas. Notamos, nas duas alegorias em análise, uma ilustração das identidades de gênero enquanto constructo social e cultural presentes nas postulações de Foucault (2004, Louro (2005, Butler (2003 e Lauretis (1994.

  1. Update on the management of severe hypertriglyceridemia – focus on free fatty acid forms of omega-3

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    Pirillo A

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    Full Text Available Angela Pirillo,1,2 Alberico Luigi Catapano2,3 1Center for the Study of Atherosclerosis, Bassini Hospital, Cinisello Balsamo, Italy; 2IRCCS Multimedica, Milan, Italy; 3Department of Pharmacological and Biomolecular Sciences, Università degli Studi di Milano, Milan, Italy Abstract: High levels of plasma triglycerides (TG are a risk factor for cardiovascular diseases, often associated with anomalies in other lipids or lipoproteins. Hypertriglyceridemia (HTG, particularly at very high levels, significantly increases also the risk of acute pancreatitis. Thus, interventions to lower TG levels are required to reduce the risk of pancreatitis and cardiovascular disease. Several strategies may be adopted for TG reduction, including lifestyle changes and pharmacological interventions. Among the available drugs, the most commonly used for HTG are fibrates, nicotinic acid, and omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (usually a mixture of eicosapentaenoic acid, or EPA, and docosahexaenoic acid, or DHA. These last are available under different concentrated formulations containing high amounts of omega-3 fatty acids, including a mixture of EPA and DHA or pure EPA. The most recent formulation contains a free fatty acid (FFA form of EPA and DHA, and exhibits a significantly higher bioavailability compared with the ethyl ester forms contained in the other formulations. This is due to the fact that the ethyl ester forms, to be absorbed, need to be hydrolyzed by the pancreatic enzymes that are secreted in response to fat intake, while the FFA do not. This higher bioavailability translates into a higher TG-lowering efficacy compared with the ethyl ester forms at equivalent doses. Omega-3 FFA are effective in reducing TG levels and other lipids in hypertriglyceridemic patients as well as in high cardiovascular risk patients treated with statins and residual HTG. Currently, omega-3 FFA formulation is under evaluation to establish whether, in high cardiovascular risk

  2. Evaluation of Real-Time Quantitative Polymerase Chain Reaction (qPCR) to Determine Escherichia coli Concentrations at Two Lake Erie Beaches

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    Kephart, Christopher M.; Bushon, Rebecca N.

    2009-01-01

    During the recreational seasons of 2006 and 2007, the quantitative polymerase chain reaction (qPCR) method was used to determine Escherichia coli (E. coli) concentrations in samples from two Lake Erie beaches. Results from the qPCR method were compared to those obtained by traditional culturing on modified mTEC agar. Regression analysis showed strong, statistically significant correlations between results from the two methods for both years. Correlation coefficients at Edgewater and Villa Angela Beaches were 0.626 and 0.789 for 2006 and 0.667 and 0.829 for 2007, respectively. Linear regression analyses were done to determine how well E. coli concentrations could have been predicted from qPCR results. These hypothetical predictions were compared to the current practice of determining recreational water quality from E. coli concentrations determined for samples collected on the previous day. The qPCR method resulted in a greater percentage of correct predictions of water-quality exceedances than the current method for both beaches and both years. However, because regression equations differed somewhat between both sites and both years, the study did not result in any single relation reliable enough to use for actual real-time prediction of water-quality exceedances for either beach; therefore, a posterior analysis of data was done. Additional years of data may be needed to develop such a relation. Results from this study support the continued development and testing of a qPCR method for providing rapid and accurate estimates of E. coli concentrations for monitoring recreational water quality.

  3. Advances in the treatment of type 2 diabetes: impact of dulaglutide

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    Thompson AM

    2016-05-01

    Full Text Available Angela M Thompson, Jennifer M TrujilloDepartment of Clinical Pharmacy, University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Aurora, CO, USA Abstract: The purpose of this review is to provide a review of current data of the most recently approved glucagon-like peptide (GLP-1-receptor agonist, dulaglutide, in the treatment of type 2 diabetes. To complete this, a PubMed search was performed to identify manuscripts published from 1947 to July 2015. The search terms “Trulicity”, “dulaglutide”, and “LY2189265” were utilized, and publications were included if they evaluated the pharmacology, pharmacokinetics, efficacy, safety, or patient-reported outcomes of dulaglutide. Dulaglutide is a GLP-1 receptor agonist that mimics endogenous GLP-1, the hormone produced in response to food intake. Modifications have been made to the molecule to delay breakdown and allow for once-weekly dosing. Dulaglutide has been studied as monotherapy and in combination with several agents, including metformin, glimepiride, pioglitazone, and insulin lispro. Dulaglutide has demonstrated superior efficacy compared to placebo, metformin, insulin glargine, sitagliptin, and twice-daily exenatide. It was found to be noninferior to liraglutide. The most common adverse effects in clinical studies were gastrointestinal-related adverse events, and patient satisfaction was high with the use of dulaglutide. Dulaglutide is an appealing option for the treatment of type 2 diabetes, based on its once-weekly dosing, A1c lowering comparable to liraglutide, weight reduction comparable to exenatide, and a similar adverse-effect profile to other GLP-1 receptor agonists. Keywords: dulaglutide, GLP-1 receptor agonist, T2D

  4. Análisis de la heterosis y de la habilidad combinatoria entre diferentes cultivares de tomate, Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. a partir de un cruzamiento dialélico

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    Vallejo Cabrera Franco Alirio

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    Full Text Available Se realizó el análisis de la heterosis y de la habilidad combinatoria entre 21 cultivares de tomate, para el carácter producción por planta y sus componentes a partir de un cruzamiento dialélico (6 progenitores, 15 híbridos F1, sin incluir los recíprocos: utilizando el método experimental 2, modelo I propuesto por Griffing (1956. Se encontraron diferencias altamente significativas para los efectos de hcg y de hce para todos los caracteres a excepción del carácter producción de frutos de primera (frutos de más de 180 g. Los híbridos Motelle x Ángela I 5100, Motelle x Zambao y Licapal 21 x Zambao presentaron altos efectos de h c e para el carácter producción por planta. Los anteriores efectos asociados con altas heterobeltiosis hacen que estos híbridos sean promisorios para una posterior comercialización.An analysis of heterosis and combining ability of traits related with per plant production was carried out using a diallele crossing between different tomate cultivars, Lycopersicon esculentum Mill (six parent and 15 F1 hybrids from as possible crossing in one direction, according to the methodology proposed by Griffing (1956, selecting experimental method 2, and model 1. In the genetic variation of all traits related to per plant production, except in first class fruit trait, the general combining ability (gen non addite action effects participate jointly and in highly significant manner. Hybrids Motelle x Angela I 5100, Motelle x Zambao y Licapal21 x Zambao, exhibited high s c a effects for the trait per plant production. Former effects related to high heterobeltyosis make these hybrids promising for later marketing.

  5. Fertility sparing surgery in young women affected by endometrial stromal sarcoma: an oncologic dilemma or a reliable option? review of literature starting from a peculiar case

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    Noventa M

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    Full Text Available Marco Noventa, Salvatore Gizzo, Lorena Conte, Angela Dalla Toffola, Pietro Litta, Carlo Saccardi Department of Woman and Child Health, University of Padua, Padua, Italy Background: Endometrial stromal sarcoma (ESS is a term used to define a rare neoplasm that accounts for approximately 0.2%–1% of all uterine malignancies; it is, however, implicated in an estimated 10%–15% of those malignancies with a mesenchymal component. Recent evidence suggests that while the preservation of the ovaries may be considered appropriate in premenopausal women, hysterectomy and bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy remains the recommended treatment in postmenopausal women. Currently, only a few case series reporting the treatment of ESS in young women with a desire to preserve fertility and thus subjected to a fertility-sparing surgery are available in the literature. Case presentation: We report a peculiar case of early stage ESS treated by laparoscopic fertility-sparing surgery and a strict follow-up program (every 3 months of imaging and clinical evaluation. The patient remained disease free 1 year after primary treatment. Three months after completing oncological follow-up, the patient conceived spontaneously and is, to date, pregnant at 11 weeks of gestation without evidence of recurrent disease or obstetric complications. Conclusion: Based on our case report and in accordance with the data available, we suggest that in young patients affected by early stage ESS who wish to preserve reproductive function, fertility-sparing surgery could represent a valid option, though strict oncological follow-up remains mandatory. Keywords: young women, laparoscopic surgery, pregnancy, neoplasia, surgical management, follow up, disease recurrence

  6. Optimal management of ankle syndesmosis injuries

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    Porter DA

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    Full Text Available David A Porter, Ryan R Jaggers, Adam Fitzgerald Barnes, Angela M Rund Methodist Sports Medicine/The Orthopedic Specialists, Indianapolis, IN, USA Abstract: Syndesmosis injuries occur when there is a disruption of the distal attachment of the tibia and fibula. These injuries occur commonly (up to 18% of ankle sprains, and the incidence increases in the setting of athletic activity. Recognition of these injuries is key to preventing long-term morbidity. Diagnosis and treatment of these injuries requires a thorough understanding of the normal anatomy and the role it plays in the stability of the ankle. A complete history and physical examination is of paramount importance. Patients usually experience an external rotation mechanism of injury. Key physical exam features include detailed documentation about areas of focal tenderness (syndesmosis and deltoid and provocative maneuvers such as the external rotation stress test. Imaging workup in all cases should consist of radiographs with the physiologic stress of weight bearing. If these images are inconclusive, then further imaging with external rotation stress testing or magnetic resonance imaging are warranted. Nonoperative treatment is appropriate for stable injuries. Unstable injuries should be treated operatively. This consists of stabilizing the syndesmosis with either trans-syndesmotic screw or tightrope fixation. In the setting of a concomitant Weber B or C fracture, the fibula is anatomically reduced and stabilized with a standard plate and screw construct. Proximal fibular fractures, as seen in the Maisonneuve fracture pattern, are not repaired operatively. Recent interest is moving toward repair of the deltoid ligament, which may provide increased stability, especially in rehabilitation protocols that involve early weight bearing. Rehabilitation is focused on allowing patients to return to their pre-injury activities as quickly and safely as possible. Protocols initially focus on

  7. Premessa

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    Maria Caterina Federici

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    Full Text Available Non è certamente casuale che il centenario della pubblicazione del “Trattato di Sociologia” di Vilfredo Pareto sia trascorso senza un'adeguata attenzione da parte della comunità accademica. I suoi scritti, le sue riflessioni, le sue critiche e le sue prese di posizione pur se ben argomentate e documentate con uno spessore culturale di grande rilievo, sono state sempre “scomode”. La sua testimonianza ha persuasivamente dimostrato che il motivo di ciò è nel riferimento simbolico ma non soltanto alla forma stessa del pensare “in contrapposizione a” e in maniera icastica e senza fare sconti: troppo inusuale per l'intellettuale contemporaneo. Tuttavia l'Università degli Studi di Perugia ha promosso un convegno in occasione del centenario della pubblicazione del “Trattato”. Per questo convegno Silvia Fornari, Andrea Lombardinilo, Uliano Conti, Roberta Iannone, Francesco Antonelli, Maria Luisa Maniscalco, Raffaele Federici, Ilaria Riccioni, Angela Maria Zocchi, Andrea Millefiorini, Emanuele Susca, hanno elaborato alcune dotte riflessioni che si propongono all'attenzione di un pubblico più ampio anche di non specialisti con l'intento, dichiarato, di ri-portare il focus su un Autore, su un periodo storico, su teorie, su problemi, su metodologie e su comparazioni che tanto possono contribuire ad arricchire la trama intellettuale contemporanea che si va impoverendo di “tessuto” appiattendosi su una omogeneità acritica. La gestazione di questi contributi è stata lunga ed ha goduto della maieutica di Orazio Maria Valastro, direttore di “M@gm@”. Le riflessioni nascono con intento celebrativo dei cento anni dalla pubblicazione del “Trattato” ma aprono e attualizzano le teorie paretiane alla contemporaneità.

  8. Recalibrating the G20’s Mission Towards Sustainable Development: Opportunities and Challenges for the German Presidency

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    Thomas Fues

    2017-08-01

    Full Text Available It will not be easy for Germany to build a meaningful legacy from its current presidency of the Group of 20 (G20. This is not a question of political will; rather, it is related to the constraints posed by international and domestic factors. On the external front, the uncertainty associated with the inauguration of U.S. president Donald Trump has fundamentally disrupted the G20 process. It seems highly unlikely that leaders will find common ground on critical issues of global economic governance before the Hamburg Summit in early July. Until then, we can expect stalemate and polarization rather than joint action. Given Trump’s statements, his administration will openly challenge the G20 paradigm of economic globalization and international cooperation. In addition, his leaning toward Russia and antagonism toward China will put pressure on traditional alliances, the Group of Seven and the BRICS grouping of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. The domestic context is also complicated and is certainly not benign from the perspective of German chancellor Angela Merkel. Although she and her conservative party are set to win the upcoming national election, a surging populist party on the right is attracting significant attention. The electoral process will make it impossible for Merkel to meet outside fiscal demands, including for the use of fiscal space to reduce the persistent current account surplus. Despite such adversarial conditions, the German government is determined to lead the fight against protectionism. Building on China’s preceding G20 presidency, Berlin will also emphasize the key relevance of the Sustainable Development Goals to a universal policy framework and will call for special efforts on Africa. However, it remains to be seen if Germany can achieve anything of relevance in the face of these mounting challenges.

  9. Orphan drugs in development for long-chain fatty acid oxidation disorders: challenges and progress

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    Sun A

    2015-04-01

    Full Text Available Angela Sun, J Lawrence Merritt II Department of Pediatrics, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA Abstract: Fatty acid oxidation disorders are inborn errors of metabolism resulting in failure of ß-oxidation within or transport of fatty acids into the mitochondria. The long-chain fatty acid oxidation disorders are characterized by variable presentations ranging from newborn cardiomyopathy, to infantile hypoketotic hypoglycemia resulting from liver involvement, to skeletal myopathy often resulting in rhabdomyolysis in adolescents and adults. Treatments for these long-chain fatty acid oxidation disorders have typically focused upon avoidance of fasting with dietary fat restriction and medium-chain triglyceride supplementation. These treatments have resulted in only a partial response with improvements in hypoglycemia, reduction in frequency of rhabdomyolysis, and improvement in cardiomyopathy with early therapy, but significant risk remains. Recent advances in therapies for long-chain fatty acid oxidation disorders are reviewed in this article. These include sodium D,L-3-hydroxybutyrate, triheptanoin, gene therapy, and bezafibrates. Sodium D,L-3-hydroxybutyrate has shown clinical effect, with improvements in muscle tone, neurological abnormalities, and some cases of cardiomyopathy and leukodystrophy. Triheptanoin has been used as an alternative medium-chain triglyceride in a number of fatty acid oxidation disorders and has shown promising findings in the treatment of cardiomyopathy and hypoglycemia. However, it does not significantly reduce episodes of rhabdomyolysis. Gene therapy has been shown to improve acylcarnitine levels in very-long-chain acyl-coenzyme A dehydrogenase deficiency mouse models, with preservation of glucose levels. Bezafibrates have shown improvements in acylcarnitine concentrations in fibroblast studies, but clinical observations have not demonstrated consistent effects. Together, these treatments have shown some

  10. A case of atypical progressive supranuclear palsy

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    Spaccavento S

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    Full Text Available Simona Spaccavento, Marina Del Prete, Angela Craca, Anna Loverre IRCCS Salvatore Maugeri Foundation, Cassano Murge, Bari, Italy Background: Progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP is a neurodegenerative extrapyramidal syndrome. Studies have demonstrated that PSP can present clinically as an atypical dementing syndrome dominated by a progressive apraxia of speech (AOS and aphasia. Aim: We aimed to investigate the clinical presentation of PSP, using a comprehensive multidimensional evaluation, and the disease response to various pharmacological treatments. Methods: A 72-year-old right-handed male, with 17 years education, who first presented with aphasia, AOS, depression, apathy, and postural instability at 69 years; a complete neuropsychological evaluation, tapping the different cognitive domains, was performed. Results: Testing revealed a moderate global cognitive deficit (Mini-Mental State Examination test score =20, low memory test scores (story recall, Rey’s 15-word Immediate and Delayed Recall, and poor phonemic and semantic fluency. The patient’s language was characterized by AOS, with slow speech rate, prolonged intervals between syllables and words, decreased articulatory accuracy, sound distortions, and anomia. Behavioral changes, such as depression, anxiety, apathy, and irritability, were reported. The neurological examination revealed supranuclear vertical gaze palsy, poor face miming, and a mild balance deficit. Magnetic resonance imaging showed only widespread cortical atrophy. Single photon emission computed tomography demonstrated left > right frontotemporal cortical abnormalities. After 6 months, a further neuropsychological assessment showed a progression in cognitive deficits, with additional attention deficits. The patient reported frequent falls, but the neurological deficits remained unchanged. Neuroimaging tests showed the same brain involvement. Conclusion: Our case highlights the heterogeneity of the clinical features in

  11. Nuclear power supports sensible entry into electric mobility; Kernenergie unterstuetzt den sinnvollen Einstieg in die Elektromobilitaet

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    Kuczera, Bernhard

    2010-10-15

    The German federal government established the environmental goal of reducing carbon emissions from 1,033 million t in 1990 by 40% to 620 million t/a by 2020. The Federal Environmental Office reports a reduction by 26% for the past economic crisis year of 2009 over the reference year. Consequently, further efforts are needed along these lines if the objective is to be reached in 2020. Towards this end, the German government and industry founded the National Electric Mobility Platform on May 3, 2010 in an effort to make Germany a lead market for electric mobility and have one million electric vehicles operate on German roads by 2020. Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel in addition demands mobility in future to be ''more independent of resources, less pollutant to the environment, and more sustainable.'' These target criteria basically are met in the power supply sector when nuclear power is used to generate electricity. Against this backdrop, perspectives of electric mobility are outlined in terms of their environmental characteristics, and various approaches to achieving adequate electricity supply are explained. In view of the boundary conditions in power technology and power economy, the agreement reached by the present coalition government on September 6, 2010 about extending the plant life of the 17 German nuclear power plants supports the objective referred to above. This compromise of coalition politics exercises a bridge function in providing for an average plant life extension of 12 years over the current plant life limitations. The federal government considers this plant life extension a key feature of its new overall energy concept, which is to be more independent of resources, less polluting to the environment, and more sustainable than the current status quo. (orig.)

  12. Multiculturalism in Germany

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    Milan Mesić

    2010-12-01

    Full Text Available The paper starts out from the recent statement by the German Chancellor Angela Merkel that multiculturalism in Germany is dead. The author draws attention to the unfavourable conditions for the development of multiculturalism in Germany. The reasons are historical, especially the experience of Nazism as well as the German social state. Namely, foreign workers in Germany, although without political rights and socially non-integrated, enjoyed a high degree of working and social rights, including high employment security. In this respect their position significantly differed from that of American workers (immigrants, which is why the struggle for civil rights was not in the foreground for German immigrants. Therefore, “the crisis of multiculturalism” appeared with the immigrants’ “second generation” (children, who have been first hit in the current times of crisis and the increasing deregulation of the labour market. They have remained socially non-integrated and without civil and political rights. It is interesting that the churches, particularly the Protestant one, lead in Germany in the efforts to begin to look at immigrants in a cultural (human sense as well, and have thus been the first to acknowledge that Germany has become a multicultural society. But this term and concept in Germany have remained sketchy, both in the theoretical and political sense. However, they have gained certain sympathy, mainly in parts of liberal-democratic circles – the Green Party leading the way – but more in a symbolic sense in countering xenophobia and cultural exclusion in German society. When multiculturalism was accused of developing “parallel society”, both the right and the left renounced it in favour of the (seemingly neutral concept of integration. The author proves that Germany has become and has remained multicultural, although not a multiculturalist country.

  13. Displays of emotion and citizen support for Merkel and Gysi.

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    Gabriel, Oscar W; Masch, Lena

    2017-01-01

    Emotional appeals have always been an important instrument in the mobilization of political support in modern societies. As found in several experimental studies from the United States, the emotions displayed by leading politicians in their televised public appearances have an impact on the political attitudes and behaviors of the public. Positive emotions such as joy or happiness, pride, and amusement elicit a more positive assessment of politicians, whereas showing negative emotions such as anger or outrage often diminishes the public's support. This transfer of emotions from sender to recipient has been described as "emotional contagion." However, under specific circumstances, emotions expressed by politicians can result in counter-empathic reactions among recipients. To examine the role of emotions between political leaders and the public in an institutional and cultural setting outside the United States, this article presents experimental findings on the impact of emotions expressed by two leading German politicians on the German public. The study used emotional displays by Chancellor Angela Merkel and former parliamentary leader of the Left Party, Gregor Gysi, observing how their assessments by the German public changed in response to these displays. Consistent with existing research, we discovered positive effects on the evaluation of both politicians when they displayed positive emotions. However, the impact of negative emotions is different for Merkel and Gysi and can be described as contagion in the former and counter-contagion in the latter case. Furthermore, we found that individual recognition of the expressed emotions modified the effect they had on the evaluation of some leadership characteristics.

  14. Thinking Beyond the Categories: On the Diasporisation of Gender Studies

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    Stefanie Kron

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available In diesem Beitrag wird das Potential des Konzepts „Diaspora“ für eine feministische Methodologie diskutiert. Die Überlegungen gehen von der Beobachtung aus, dass die Mehrheit der Geschlechter- und Intersektionalitätsforschung in Deutschland innerhalb eines nationalen Rahmens arbeitet. Entsprechend fehlt ihr das Bewusstsein von den globalen Verknüpfungen und der konstitutiven Bedeutung von Migration für die europäischen Gesellschaften seit den Zeiten von Kolonisation und Sklavenhandel. Es gibt deshalb innerhalb der Geschlechterforschung eine Tendenz, Differenzen zu essentialisieren, obwohl das erklärte Ziel die Analyse sozialer Ungleichheiten ist. Nach einem kursorischen Überblickt über die Konzepte, die Gesellschaft aus der Perspektive der Bewegung und Diasporisierung betrachten – wie Édouard Glissant’s ‚créolisation‘, Paul Gilroy’s ‚black Atlantic‘ ebenso wie Peter Linebaugh’s und Markus Rediker’s ‚red Atlantic‘ – werden in diesem Artikel drei feministische Ansätze aus den 1980er und 1990er Jahren wieder aufgegriffen, die Elemente von dem, was als diasporische feministische Methode bezeichnet werden kann, enthalten: Es handelt sich um Angela Davis’ analytische Methode der Perspektivität, Avtar Brahs Auffassung vom ‚diaspora space‘ und Gloria Anzaldúas ‚border thinking‘. Im letzten Abschnitt des Beitrags wird gezeigt, wie diese konzeptionellen Instrumente zu einem besseren Verständnis interdependenter und globalisierter sozialer Ungleichheiten beitragen, indem sie Gender- und Intersektionalitätsstudien um die Diaspora-Perspektive erweitern.

  15. An integrative review of the role of remittances in international nurse migration

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    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available Allison Squires,1 Angela Amico2 1College of Nursing, 2Global Institute of Public Health, New York University, New York, NY, USA Abstract: This review seeks to understand the role of remittances in international nurse migration within the context of three theories of international migration: equilibrium approaches, social networks, and globalization. To analyze the phenomenon, an integrative review of the literature was conducted. Search terms sought articles discussing, either directly or indirectly, remittances and international nurse migration. The initial search returned 369 articles, and further screening decreased the total to 65. Full text screening reduced the final number for the analysis to 48. A directed content analysis structured the analytic approach by examining how authors discussed remittances in the content and context of the paper. The final analysis showed the majority of papers were policy analyses (five; opinion papers, reviews, or editorials that indirectly discussed remittances (27; or were qualitative and quantitative studies (16, either with primary data collection (14 or secondary data analyses (two. Overall, a nurse’s individual motivation for sending remittances home stemmed from familial factors but was never a primary driver of migration. Domestic labor market factors were more likely to drive nurses to migrate. The nurse’s country of origin also was a factor in the remittance dynamic. The identity of the author of the paper played a role in how they discussed remittances in the context of international nurse migration. The three theories of migration helped explain various aspects of the role of remittances in international nursing migration. While the phenomenon has changed since the 2008 global economic crisis and the passing of the World Health Organization’s Global Code of Practice on the International Recruitment of Health Personnel in 2010, future research around the role of remittances needs to

  16. Anxieties of communication: the limits of narrative in the medical humanities.

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    McKechnie, Claire Charlotte

    2014-12-01

    This paper aims to provide an initial response to Angela Woods's endeavour to '(re)ignite critical debates around this topic' in her recent essay 'The limits of narrative: provocations for the medical humanities' (Medical Humanities 2011). Woods's essay challenges the validity of the notion of the narrative self through her discussion and use of Galen Strawson's seminal 'Against narrativity' (2004). To some extent in dialogue with Woods, this article will examine three exploratory concepts connected with the topic. First, it will explore ways in which we might seek to re-place narrative at the centre of the philosophy of good medicine and medical practice by reassessing the role of the narratee in the narrative process. Second, it will reconsider the three alternative forms of expression Woods puts forward as non-narrative--metaphor, phenomenology and photography--as narrative. Finally, and connected to the first two areas of discussion, it will reflect on ways in which narrative might be used to interpret illness and suffering in medical humanities contexts. What I hope to show, in relation to Woods's work on this subject, is that in order to be interpreted (indeed interpretable) the types of non-narrative representation and communication she discusses in fact require a narrative response. We employ narratology to engage with illness experience because narrative is so fundamental to meaning-making that it is not just required, it is an inherent human response to creative outputs we encounter. This is a quite different approach to the question of narrativity in the medical humanities, and it is therefore related to, but not entirely hinged upon, the work that Woods has done, but it is intended to spark further discussion across the emergent discipline. Published by the BMJ Publishing Group Limited. For permission to use (where not already granted under a licence) please go to http://group.bmj.com/group/rights-licensing/permissions.

  17. Abnormal position of lymph nodes in a freemartin sheep

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    Salazar PA

    2012-03-01

    Full Text Available Angela M Gonella-Diaza, Luz Zoraya Duarte, Sergio Dominguez, Pedro A SalazarClínica de Grandes Animales, Facultad de Medicina Veterinaria y de Zootecnia, Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Bucaramanga, Santander, ColombiaAbstract: In this freemartin case report the authors present the clinical and morphological findings of a freemartin ewe with an abnormal position of two lymph nodes. Freemartins, infertile females from mixed-sex twin pregnancies, are chimeras, having two cell populations: one of their own (XX DNA and one from their male twin (XY DNA. Freemartins can have varying degrees of phenotypic masculinization, including, in some cases, having active male gonads and exhibiting male behaviors such as heat detection and aggressiveness. During the clinical examination of the freemartin ewe, a morphological abnormality of the vulva, the presence of scrotal sacs, and a lack of mammary tissue development were noted. On inspection of the vaginal channel, an extremely enlarged clitoris, resembling a penis, was found. The clinical evidence suggested freemartinism. After the karyotyping diagnosis confirmation, a necropsy was performed and samples were taken for histology and immunohistochemistry. There were two structures found in the scrotal sacs; however, these were found to be lymph nodes, not testicles, and this was confirmed by CD3 lymph protein coloration. On histological study, the phallic structure showed corpus cavernosum and tunica albuginea. The testicles were found retained inside the abdominal cavity, with the presence of atrophic seminiferous tubules. Although the position of the testicles in freemartins has been reported as highly variable, this is the first time, to the best of the authors' knowledge, that a case has been reported where lymph nodes have been found inside the scrotal sacs. It is possible that these were the inguinal lymph nodes, trapped inside the scrotum during fetal growth and development.Keywords: freemartinism

  18. Effects of combined training vs aerobic training on cognitive functions in COPD: a randomized controlled trial

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    2016-04-01

    Full Text Available Giovanna Aquino,1 Enzo Iuliano,1 Alessandra di Cagno,2 Angela Vardaro,3 Giovanni Fiorilli,1 Stefano Moffa,1 Alfonso Di Costanzo,1 Giuseppe De Simone,3 Giuseppe Calcagno1 1Department of Medicine and Health Sciences “Vincenzo Tiberio”, University of Molise, Campobasso, 2Department of Health Science, University ForoItalico, Rome, 3“Villa Margherita”, Benevento, Italy Aim: The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of high-intensity aerobic training (AT and high-intensity aerobic training combined with resistance training (ie, combined training [CT] on cognitive function in patients with COPD. Methods: Twenty-eight Caucasian male patients (68.35±9.64 years; mean ± SD with COPD were recruited and randomized into two groups, AT and CT. Both groups performed physical reconditioning for 4 weeks, with a frequency of five training sessions per week. The CT group completed two daily sessions of 30 minutes: one aerobic session and one strength session, respectively; The AT group performed two 30-minute aerobic endurance exercise sessions on treadmill. Physical and cognitive function tests were performed before and after the training intervention performances. Results: Exercise training improved the following cognitive functions: long-term memory, verbal fluency, attentional capacity, apraxia, and reasoning skills (P<0.01. Moreover, the improvements in the CT group were significantly greater than those in the AT group in long-term memory, apraxia, and reasoning skills (P<0.05. Conclusion: CT may be a possible strategy to prevent cognitive decline and associated comorbidities in male patients with COPD. Keywords: physical training, cognition, resistance training, rehabilitation, respiratory disease

  19. Bilateral papillopathy as a presenting sign of pheochromocytoma associated with von Hippel–Lindau disease

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    Shah V

    2014-03-01

    Full Text Available Veeral Shah, Leonid Zlotcavitch, Angela M Herro, Sander R Dubovy, Zohar Yehoshua, Byron L LamBascom Palmer Eye Institute, University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine, Miami, FL, USAAbstract: A 7-year-old girl presented with decreased vision in both eyes for 1 month. Examination showed visual acuity of 20/50 and 20/60, no afferent pupillary defect, cecocentral scotomas, and bilateral optic disc edema with extensive peripapillary and macular exudates. Magnetic resonance imaging showed multiple cortical and subcortical white matter lesions. Both the laboratory workup and the systemic examination were unrevealing. However, on follow-up, the patient showed episodic elevations of blood pressure as high as 240/160. Further workup revealed elevated urine catecholamines and a right supra-adrenal mass proven to be a pheochromocytoma by histopathologic analysis. The paroxysmal hypertension resolved, and the visual acuity, visual fields, fundus exam, and neuroimaging improved. The patient was lost to follow-up until age 18 when she developed shortness of breath and was found to have multiple pulmonary metastases identified as pheochromocytoma by biopsy. Genetic testing identified a 3p25-26 (c.482 G>A VHL gene chromosomal mutation consistent with von Hippel–Lindau disease genotype. Multiple peripheral retinal vascular dilations and small retinal capillary hemangioblastomas were also found. This case highlights the importance of recognizing the lability of blood pressure often seen with pheochromocytomas, which may mask the underlying cause of hypertensive papillopathy and retinopathy, a diagnosis of low clinical suspicion in the pediatric population. The case also underscores the importance of thorough systemic workup, including genotyping to detect conditions where pheochromocytoma may be the presenting sign of the disease, such as multiple endocrine neoplasia 2A and 2B, von Hippel–Lindau disease, von Recklinghausen disease, tuberous sclerosis, and

  20. The contribution of maternal psychological functioning to infant length of stay in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

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    2016-06-01

    Full Text Available Amanda S Cherry,1 Melissa R Mignogna,1 Angela Roddenberry Vaz,1 Carla Hetherington,2 Mary Anne McCaffree,2 Michael P Anderson,3 Stephen R Gillaspy1 1Section of General and Community Pediatrics, Department of Pediatrics, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City, OK, 2Neonatal Perinatal Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, University of Oklahoma, College of Medicine, Oklahoma City, OK, 3Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, College of Public Health, Oklahoma City, OK, USA Objective: Assess maternal psychological functioning within the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU and its contribution to neonate length of stay (LOS in the NICU.Study design: Mothers of infants admitted to the NICU (n=111 were assessed regarding postpartum depression, postpartum social support, postpartum NICU stress, and maternal anxiety at 2 weeks postpartum. Illness severity was assessed with the Clinical Risk Index for Babies (CRIB.Results: Postpartum depression was not significantly correlated with LOS, but was significantly correlated with trait anxiety (r=0.620, which was significantly correlated with LOS (r=0.227. Among mothers with previous mental health history, substance abuse history and CRIB score were the best predictors of LOS. For mothers without a prior mental health issues, delivery type, stress associated with infant appearance, and CRIB scores were the best predictors of LOS. In this group, LOS was found to increase on average by 7.06 days per one unit increase in stress associated with infant appearance among mothers with the same delivery type and CRIB score.Conclusion: Significant correlations of trait anxiety, stress associated with infant appearance, and parental role with LOS support the tenet that postpartum psychological functioning can be associated with NICU LOS. Keywords: NICU, postpartum depression, postpartum anxiety, parental stress, CRIB

  1. Genome-wide analysis of repeat diversity across the family Musaceae.

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    Petr Novák

    Full Text Available BACKGROUND: The banana family (Musaceae includes genetically a diverse group of species and their diploid and polyploid hybrids that are widely cultivated in the tropics. In spite of their socio-economic importance, the knowledge of Musaceae genomes is basically limited to draft genome assemblies of two species, Musa acuminata and M. balbisiana. Here we aimed to complement this information by analyzing repetitive genome fractions of six species selected to represent various phylogenetic groups within the family. RESULTS: Low-pass sequencing of M. acuminata, M. ornata, M. textilis, M. beccarii, M. balbisiana, and Ensete gilletii genomes was performed using a 454/Roche platform. Sequence reads were subjected to analysis of their overall intra- and inter-specific similarities and, all major repeat families were quantified using graph-based clustering. Maximus/SIRE and Angela lineages of Ty1/copia long terminal repeat (LTR retrotransposons and the chromovirus lineage of Ty3/gypsy elements were found to make up most of highly repetitive DNA in all species (14-34.5% of the genome. However, there were quantitative differences and sequence variations detected for classified repeat families as well as for the bulk of total repetitive DNA. These differences were most pronounced between species from different taxonomic sections of the Musaceae family, whereas pairs of closely related species (M. acuminata/M. ornata and M. beccarii/M. textilis shared similar populations of repetitive elements. CONCLUSIONS: This study provided the first insight into the composition and sequence variation of repetitive parts of Musaceae genomes. It allowed identification of repetitive sequences specific for a single species or a group of species that can be utilized as molecular markers in breeding programs and generated computational resources that will be instrumental in repeat masking and annotation in future genome assembly projects.

  2. Review of the clinical evidence for interferon β 1a (Rebif® in the treatment of multiple sclerosis

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    Francesco Manfredonia

    2008-04-01

    Full Text Available Francesco Manfredonia1, Livia Pasquali1, Angela Dardano2, Alfonso Iudice1, Luigi Murri1, Fabio Monzani21Department of Neuroscience and 2Department of Internal Medicine, University of Pisa, Pisa, ItalyAbstract: Interferon (INF β 1a 22 or 44 µg (Rebif® administered s.c. 3 times a week (t.i.w is a well established immunomodulating treatment for relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS. This review focuses on its mechanisms of action, evidence of efficacy, safety, and tolerability. Several pharmacodynamic properties explain the immunomodulatory actions of INF β 1a 22 or 44 µg s.c. t.i.w. Pivotal trials and post-marketing studies proved that the drug is effective in reducing disease activity and likely in slowing disease progression. Head-to-head comparative studies with other marketed INFs β in RRMS suggested a better therapeutic response associated with higher doses and frequency of administration of Rebif®. Additional evidence indicated a beneficial effect of INF β 1a in patients with clinically isolated syndromes (CIS suggestive of MS, as treatment reduced time to conversion to clinically definite (CD disease. Further, although the drug did not prove to slow time to progression there were benefits on relapse- and MRI-related secondary outcome measures in secondary progressive (SP MS. Pivotal trials, their cross-over extensions, and post-marketing studies consistently showed that INF β 1a 22 or 44 µg s.c. t.i.w. is safe and well tolerated, as adverse drug reactions are usually mild and manageable.Keywords: interferon β 1a, multiple sclerosis, review, clinical trials, post-marketing studies

  3. Living with fibromyalgia: results from the functioning with fibro survey highlight patients' experiences and relationships with health care providers

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    2015-11-01

    Full Text Available Angela Golden,1 Yvonne D'Arcy,2 Elizabeth T Masters,3 Andrew Clair3 1NP from Home, LLC, Munds Park, AZ, 2Pain Management and Palliative Care, Suburban Hospital-Johns Hopkins Medicine, Bethesda, MD, 3Pfizer, New York, NY, USA Abstract: Fibromyalgia (FM is a chronic disorder characterized by widespread pain, which can limit patients' physical function and daily activities. FM can be challenging to treat, and the treatment approach could benefit from a greater understanding of patients' perspectives on their condition and their care. Patients with FM participated in an online survey conducted in the USA that sought to identify the symptoms that had the greatest impact on patients' daily lives. The purpose of the survey was to facilitate efforts toward improving care of patients by nurse practitioners, primary care providers, and specialists, in addition to contributing to the development of new outcome measures in both clinical trials and general practice. A total of 1,228 patients with FM completed the survey, responding to specific questions pertaining to symptoms, impact of symptoms, management of FM, and the relationship with health care providers. Chronic pain was identified as the key FM symptom, affecting personal and professional relationships, and restricting physical activity, work, and social commitments. Patients felt that the severity of their condition was underestimated by family, friends, and health care providers. The results of this survey highlight the need for nurse practitioners, primary care providers, and specialists to provide understanding and support to patients as they work together to enable effective diagnosis and management of FM. Keywords: fibromyalgia, pain, survey, impact, support

  4. Single nucleotide polymorphisms and unacceptable late toxicity in breast cancer adjuvant radiotherapy: a case report

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    Full Text Available Grazia Lazzari,1 Maria Iole Natalicchio,2 Angela Terlizzi,3 Francesco Perri,4 Giovanni Silvano1 1Radiation Oncology Unit, San Giuseppe Moscati Hospital, Taranto, 2Molecular Biology Laboratory, Pathological Anatomy Department, Ospedali Riuniti, Foggia, 3Medical Physic Unit, San Giuseppe Moscati Hospital, 4Medical Oncology Unit, Presidio Ospedaliero Centrale - Santissima Annunziata, Taranto, Italy Background: There has recently been a strong interest in the inter-individual variation in normal tissue and tumor response to radiotherapy (RT, because tissue radiosensitivity seems to be under genetic control. Evidence is accumulating on the role of polymorphic genetic variants, such as single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs that could influence normal tissue response after radiation. The most studied SNPs include those in genes involved in DNA repair (single- and double-strand breaks, and base excision and those active in the response to oxidative stress.Case report: We present the case report of a 60-year-old woman with early breast cancer who underwent adjuvant hormone therapy and conventional radiotherapy, and subsequently developed unacceptable cosmetic toxicities of the irradiated breast requiring a genetic test of genes involved in DNA repair mechanisms. The patient was found to be heterozygous for G28152A (T/C and C18067T (A/G mutations in X-ray repair cross-complementing group 1 (XRCC1 and 3 (XRCC3, respectively, homozygous for A313G (G/G mutation in glutathione S transferase Pi 1 (GSTP1, and wild-type for A4541G (A/A in XRCC3 and G135C (G/G in RAD51 recombinase.Conclusion: The role of SNPs should be taken into account when a severe phenomenon appears in normal tissues after radiation treatment, because understanding the molecular basis of individual radiosensitivity may be useful for identifying moderately or extremely radiosensitive patients who may need tailored therapeutic strategies. Keywords: radiosensitivity, SNPs, fibrosis, DNA repair

  5. Questões de Michel Foucault à revista Hérodote e respostas dos geógrafos

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    Ana Maria Leite de Barros

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    Full Text Available Esse texto foi traduzido livremente do original em francês da Revista Hérodote, abril-junho, segundo trimestre de 1977, n.6, p.3-39, por Ana Maria Leite de Barros e teve revisão técnica de Cláudio Luiz Zanotelli. A versão original da revista foi obtida de gallica.bnf.fr/Bibliothèque Nationale de France. Trata-se de texto inédito em português. Ele é o prosseguimento lógico do primeiro dialogo estabelecido entre Foucault e os geógrafos que gravitavam entorno da Revista Herodote fundada por Yves Lacoste. Em efeito, no primeiro número de revista Hérodote, primeiro trimestre de 1976, janeiro-março, esse geógrafos apresentaram questões a Michel Foucault que as respondeu e a entrevista foi publicada nesse mesmo número (p.71-85. Essa entrevista com Michel Foucault foi traduzida no Brasil por Roberto Machado e Angela Loureiro de Souza e publicada dentre outros artigos no livro Microfísica do poder em capitulo intitulado Sobre Geografia, (Michel Foucault, Microfísica do poder, p.153-166, Rio de Janeiro: Graal, 1999 [ primeira edição em português 1979]. O dialogo ora apresentado prolonga o debate, pois desta feita é Foucault que endereça questões os geógrafos. São inúmeros geógrafos que respondem às questões, dentre eles Milton Santos, Jean-Bernard Racine e Claude Raffestin.

  6. Complications and challenges associated with polycystic ovary syndrome: current perspectives

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    Full Text Available Stefano Palomba,1 Susanna Santagni,1 Angela Falbo,1 Giovanni Battista La Sala1,21Unit of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Arcispedale Santa Maria Nuova-Scientific Institute of Treatment and Care (IRCCS, Reggio Emilia, 2Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Modena, ItalyAbstract: Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS represents the most common endocrine dysfunction in fertile women and it is considered a heterogeneous and multifaceted disorder, with multiple reproductive and metabolic phenotypes which differently affect the early- and long-term syndrome’s risks. Women with PCOS present an adverse reproductive profile, including a high risk of pregnancy-induced hypertension, preeclampsia, and gestational diabetes mellitus. Patients with PCOS present not only a higher prevalence of classic cardiovascular risk factors, such as hypertension, dyslipidemia, and type-2 diabetes mellitus, but also of nonclassic cardiovascular risk factors, including mood disorders, such as depression and anxiety. Moreover, at the moment, clinical data on cardiovascular morbidity and mortality in women with PCOS are controversial. Finally, women with PCOS show an increased risk of endometrial cancer compared to non-PCOS healthy women, particularly during premenopausal period. Currently, we are unable to clarify if the increased PCOS early- and long-term risks are totally due to PCOS per se or mostly due to obesity, in particular visceral obesity, that characterized the majority of PCOS patients. In any case, the main endocrine and gynecological scientific societies agree to consider women with PCOS at increased risk of obstetric, cardiometabolic, oncology, and psychological complications throughout life, and it is recommended that these women be accurately assessed with periodic follow-up.Keywords: cardiovascular disease, infertility, polycystic ovary syndrome, PCOS, pregnancy

  7. Detection of metabolic syndrome features among childhood cancer survivors: A target to prevent disease

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    Adriana Aparecida Siviero-Miachon

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    Full Text Available Adriana Aparecida Siviero-Miachon1, Angela Maria Spinola-Castro1, Gil Guerra-Junior21Division of Pediatric Endocrinology, Department of Pediatrics, Federal University of Sao Paulo – UNIFESP/EPM, Brazil; 2Division of Pediatric Endocrinology, Department of Pediatrics, State University of Campinas – FCM/UNICAMP, BrazilAbstract: Along with the growing epidemic of obesity, the risk of atherosclerosis, cardiovascular disease morbidity, and mortality are increasing markedly. Several risk factors for cardiovascular disease, such as visceral obesity, glucose intolerance, arterial hypertension, and dyslipidemia commonly cluster together as a condition currently known as metabolic syndrome. Thus far, insulin resistance, and endothelial dysfunction are the primary events of the metabolic syndrome. Several groups have recommended clinical criteria for the diagnosis of metabolic syndrome in adults. Nonetheless, in what concerns children and adolescents, there are no unified definitions, and modified adult criteria have been suggested by many authors, despite major problems. Some pediatric disease states are at risk for premature cardiovascular disease, with clinical coronary events occurring very early in adult life. Survivors of specific pediatric cancer groups, particularly acute lymphocytic leukemia, central nervous system tumors, sarcomas, lymphomas, testicular cancer, and following bone marrow transplantation, may develop metabolic syndrome traits due to: hormonal deficiencies (growth hormone deficiency, thyroid dysfunction, and gonadal failure, drug or radiotherapy damage, endothelial impairment, physical inactivity, adipose tissue dysfunction, and/or drug-induced magnesium deficiency. In conclusion, some primary and secondary prevention remarks are proposed in order to reduce premature cardiovascular disease risk in this particular group of patients.Keywords: metabolic syndrome X, cardiovascular diseases, insulin resistance, obesity, growth hormone

  8. Increased leptin/leptin receptor pathway affects systemic and airway inflammation in COPD former smokers

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    Full Text Available Andreina Bruno1, Marinella Alessi2, Simona Soresi2, Anna Bonanno1, Loredana Riccobono1, Angela Marina Montalbano1, Giusy Daniela Albano1, Mark Gjomarkaj1, Mirella Profita11Institute of Biomedicine and Molecular Immunology, Italian National Research Council, Palermo, Italy; 2Dipartimento Biomedico di Biomedicina Interna e Specialistica, University Palermo, ItalyBackground: Leptin, a hormone produced mainly by adipose tissue, regulates food intake and energy expenditure. It is involved in inflammatory diseases such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD and its deficiency is associated with increased susceptibility to the infection. The leptin receptor is expressed in the lung and in the neutrophils.Methods: We measured the levels of leptin, tumor necrosis factor alpha (TNF-a and soluble form of intercellular adhesion molecule-1 (sICAM-1 in sputum and plasma from 27 smoker and former smoker patients with stable COPD using ELISA methods. Further we analyzed leptin and its receptor expression in sputum cells from 16 COPD patients using immunocytochemistry.Results: In plasma of COPD patients, leptin was inversely correlated with TNF-a and positively correlated with the patient weight, whereas the levels of sICAM-1 were positively correlated with TNF-a. In sputum of COPD patients leptin levels were correlated with forced expiratory volume in 1 second/forced vitality capacity. Additionally, increased levels of sputum leptin and TNF-a were observed in COPD former smokers rather than smokers. Further the expression of leptin receptor in sputum neutrophils was significantly higher in COPD former smokers than in smokers, and the expression of leptin and its receptor was positively correlated in neutrophils of COPD former smokers.Conclusion: Our findings suggest a role of leptin in the local and systemic inflammation of COPD and, taking into account the involvement of neutrophils in this inflammatory disease, describe a novel aspect of the leptin

  9. Dance for Adults With Fibromyalgia-What Do We Know About It? Protocol for a Scoping Review.

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    Bidonde, Julia; Boden, Catherine; Busch, Angela J; Goes, Suelen M; Kim, Soo; Knight, Emily

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    the results, (6) consulting, and (7) disseminating the knowledge. The search, title, and abstract are now completed; full text screening was carried out and authors are awaiting interlibrary loans and translations. Data extraction will start shortly after full text 'screening' is completed. Completion is expected in Fall 2017. To our knowledge this will be the first attempt to systematically identify knowledge of dance as a potential intervention for adults with fibromyalgia. This scoping review offers a feasible means for describing the evidence specific to dance and fibromyalgia; results will provide unique insights concerning the breadth and depth of literature in the area. An analysis of this body of literature as a whole may reveal new research directions or unknown ways this intervention could strengthen current management approaches of the disease. ©Julia Bidonde, Catherine Boden, Angela J Busch, Suelen M Goes, Soo Kim, Emily Knight. Originally published in JMIR Research Protocols (http://www.researchprotocols.org), 22.02.2017.

  10. Book Reviews

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    Redactie KITLV

    2008-12-01

    Full Text Available Michael Williams; Deforesting the earth; From prehistory to global crisis (Greg Bankoff Alexander Adelaar, Nikolaus P. Himmelmann (eds; The Austronesian languages of Asia and Madagascar (René van den Berg Wim Ravesteijn, Jan Kop (eds; Bouwen in de archipel; Burgerlijke Openbare Werken in Nederlands-Indië en Indonesië 1800-2000 (Freek Colombijn Susan Rodgers; Print, poetics, and politics; A Sumatran epic in the colonial Indies and New Order Indonesia (Bernhard Dahm Robert A. Scebold; Central Tagbanwa; a Philippine language on the brink of extinction; Sociolinguistics, grammar, and lexicon (Aone van Engelenhoven Adrian Vickers; Journeys of desire; A study of the Balinese text Malat (Amrit Gomperts B.J. Terwiel; Thailand’s political history; From the fall of Ayutthaya to recent times (Hans Hägerdal Robert van Niel; Java’s Northeast Coast 1740-1840; A study in colonial encroachment and dominance (Mason C. Hoadley Terence H. Hull (ed.; People, population, and policy in Indonesia (Santo Koesoebjono W.L. Korthals Altes; Tussen cultures en kredieten; Een institutionele geschiedenis van de Nederlandsch-Indische Handelsbank en Nationale Handelsbank, 1863-1964 (Koh Keng Weh William van der Heide; Malaysian cinema, Asian film; Border crossings and national cultures (Benjamin McKay Angela Romano; Politics and the press in Indonesia; Understanding an evolving political culture (Soe Tjen Marching Simon Harrison; Fracturing resemblances; Identity and mimetic conflict in Melanesia and the West (Toon van Meijl Daniel Fitzpatrick; Land claims in East Timor (Johanna van Reenen Susi Moeimam, Hein Steinhauer; Nederlands-Indonesisch Woordenboek (Stuart Robson Terance W. Bigalke; Tana Toraja: a social history of an Indonesian people (Dik Roth K. Alexander Adelaar (with the assistance of Pak Vitus Kaslem; Salako or Badameà; Sketch grammar, texts and lexicon of a Kanayatn dialect in West Borneo (Hein Steinhauer

  11. xCELLigence system for real-time label-free monitoring of growth and viability of cell lines from hematological malignancies

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    Martinez-Serra J

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available Jordi Martinez-Serra,1 Antonio Gutierrez,1 Saúl Muñoz-Capó,1 María Navarro-Palou,1 Teresa Ros,1 Juan Carlos Amat,1 Bernardo Lopez,1 Toni F Marcus,1 Laura Fueyo,2 Angela G Suquia,2 Jordi Gines,3 Francisco Rubio,1 Rafael Ramos,4 Joan Besalduch11Department of Hematology, 2Department of Clinical Analysis, 3Department of Pharmacy, 4Department of Pathology, University Hospital Son Espases, Palma de Mallorca, Balearic Islands, SpainAbstract: The xCELLigence system is a new technological approach that allows the real-time cell analysis of adherent tumor cells. To date, xCELLigence has not been able to monitor the growth or cytotoxicity of nonadherent cells derived from hematological malignancies. The basis of its technology relies on the use of culture plates with gold microelectrodes located in their base. We have adapted the methodology described by others to xCELLigence, based on the pre-coating of the cell culture surface with specific substrates, some of which are known to facilitate cell adhesion in the extracellular matrix. Pre-coating of the culture plates with fibronectin, compared to laminin, collagen, or gelatin, significantly induced the adhesion of most of the leukemia/lymphoma cells assayed (Jurkat, L1236, KMH2, and K562. With a fibronectin substrate, nonadherent cells deposited in a monolayer configuration, and consequently, the cell growth and viability were robustly monitored. We further demonstrate the feasibility of xCELLigence for the real-time monitoring of the cytotoxic properties of several antineoplastic agents. In order to validate this technology, the data obtained through real-time cell analysis was compared with that obtained from using the 3-(4,5-dimethylthiazol-2-yl-2,5-diphenyltetrazolium bromide method. This provides an excellent label-free tool for the screening of drug efficacy in nonadherent cells and discriminates optimal time points for further molecular analysis of cellular events associated with treatments

  12. Labeling of mesenchymal stem cells for MRI with single-cell sensitivity

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    Ariza de Schellenberger A

    2016-04-01

    Full Text Available Angela Ariza de Schellenberger,1 Harald Kratz,1 Tracy D Farr,2,3 Norbert Löwa,4 Ralf Hauptmann,1 Susanne Wagner,1 Matthias Taupitz,1 Jörg Schnorr,1 Eyk A Schellenberger1 1Department of Radiology, 2Department of Experimental Neurology, Center for Stroke Research Berlin, Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Berlin, Germany; 3School of Life Sciences, University of Nottingham, Medical School, Nottingham, UK; 4Department of Biomagnetic Signals, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt Berlin, Berlin, Germany Abstract: Sensitive cell detection by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI is an important tool for the development of cell therapies. However, clinically approved contrast agents that allow single-cell detection are currently not available. Therefore, we compared very small iron oxide nanoparticles (VSOP and new multicore carboxymethyl dextran-coated iron oxide nanoparticles (multicore particles, MCP designed by our department for magnetic particle imaging (MPI with discontinued Resovist® regarding their suitability for detection of single mesenchymal stem cells (MSC by MRI. We achieved an average intracellular nanoparticle (NP load of >10 pg Fe per cell without the use of transfection agents. NP loading did not lead to significantly different results in proliferation, colony formation, and multilineage in vitro differentiation assays in comparison to controls. MRI allowed single-cell detection using VSOP, MCP, and Resovist® in conjunction with high-resolution T2*-weighted imaging at 7 T with postprocessing of phase images in agarose cell phantoms and in vivo after delivery of 2,000 NP-labeled MSC into mouse brains via the left carotid artery. With optimized labeling conditions, a detection rate of ~45% was achieved; however, the experiments were limited by nonhomogeneous NP loading of the MSC population. Attempts should be made to achieve better cell separation for homogeneous NP loading and to thus improve NP

  13. Sexual dysfunction in diabetic women: prevalence and differences in type 1 and type 2 diabetes mellitus

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    Mazzilli R

    2015-02-01

    Full Text Available Rossella Mazzilli, Norina Imbrogno, Jlenia Elia, Michele Delfino, Olimpia Bitterman, Angela Napoli, Fernando Mazzilli Department of Clinical and Molecular Medicine, Sant'Andrea Hospital, Unit of Diabetology and Endocrinology, University of Rome Sapienza, Rome, Italy Background: The aim of this work was to evaluate the impact of diabetes on female sexuality and to highlight any differences between sexuality in the context of type 1 and type 2 diabetes mellitus (DM. Methods: The subjects selected were 49 women with type 1 DM, 24 women with type 2 DM, and 45 healthy women as controls. Each participant was given the nine-item Female Sexual Function Index questionnaire to complete. The metabolic profile was evaluated by body mass index and glycosylated hemoglobin assay. Results: The prevalence of sexual dysfunction (total score ≤30 was significantly higher in the type 1 DM group (25/49, 51%; 95% confidence interval [CI] 18–31 than in the control group (4/45, 9%; 95% CI 3–5; P=0.00006; there were no significant variations in the type 2 DM group (4/24, 17%; 95% CI 3–4 versus the control group (P=0.630, not statistically significant. The mean total score was significantly lower in the type 1 DM group (30.2±6.9 versus the control group (36.5±4.9; P=0.0003, but there was no significant difference between the type 2 DM group and the control group (P=0.773. With regard to specific questionnaire items, the mean values for arousal, lubrication, dyspareunia, and orgasm were significantly lower only in the type 1 DM group versus the control group. The mean values for desire were reduced in type 1 and type 2 DM groups versus control group. Conclusion: Type 1 DM is associated with sexual dysfunction. This may be due to classic neurovascular complications or to the negative impact of the disease on psychosocial factors. Larger and ideally longitudinal studies are necessary to better understand the relationship between DM and sexual dysfunction. Keywords

  14. Compendios de la Literatura Médica

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    Academia Nacional de Medicina

    1986-04-01

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    Esta nueva sección de la revista MEDICINA tiene por objeto presentar a los lectores información de gran actualidad e interés, aparecida en publicaciones médicas de primera línea y de todo el mundo.

    La Academia y los editores de la revista verán con sumo agrado -como se expresó en circular dirigida a los honorables académicos por el señor secretario al comenzar agosto- que sus lectores le envíen como colaboración “compendios de artículos científicos importantes que aparezcan en las revistas de su especialidad”: revistas que no suelen estar al alcance de los médicos generales ni, en ocasiones, de otros especialistas. De antemano se agradece esta colaboración.

    La Sistematización del Diagnostico Psiquiátrico.
    La Sistematización de la Historia Clínica Psiquiátrica.
    Serpa.Flórez, Robcrto; Ruiz Díaz, Fernando: Castellanos
    Suárez, Carlos; Hernández Suárez, Jaime; Moreno Prada,
    Orlando; Cuadros Carvajal, Flor Angela.

    Rev. UIS Medicina, Bucaramanga (Colombia 13(1: 7-17, 1985.

    En este trabajo de investigación elaborado en la Facultad de Salud, departamento de psiquiatría, junto con la división de Proyectos de Grado de la Facultad de Ingeniería de Sistemas de la Universidad Industrial de Santander, se presentan los métodos empleados y resultados obtenidos en dos proyectos para la sistematización de los diagnósticos y de la historia psiquiátrica. Para el diagnóstico se elaboraron programas con los sistemas AMDP-System, DSM-III, CIE-9-PSE-CATEGO y BPRS. El modelo de Historia Clínica Psiquiátrica Unificada y sistematizada se manejó siguiendo el sistema AMDP (en idioma alemán y la Historia Clínica Unificada (HCU del Grupo para el progreso de la Psiquiatría que funciona en Madrid, España. En ambos casos se hicieron los ajustes y adaptaciones necesarios para las caracter

  15. Pregnancy is associated with psychiatric symptoms in a low-income countryside community of Brazil

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    Dias FMV

    2011-11-01

    Full Text Available Fernando MV Dias1–3, Claudio SD Junior4, Glaura C Franco5, Antônio L Teixeira3, Angela M Ribeiro21Department of Medicine and Nursing, Federal University of Viçosa, Viçosa; 2Graduate Program in Neurosciences, Laboratory of Molecular and Behavioral Neuroscience (LaNeC; 3Graduate Program in Neurosciences, Neuropsychiatric Branch Research; 4Department of Sociology and Anthropology; 5Department of Statistics, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horrizonte, BrazilBackground: Psychiatric symptoms during pregnancy induce an increase in morbidity and also in the mortality levels among women and children. However, the real association between pregnancy and psychiatric disorders and the peculiarities of the phenomenology of symptoms in underprivileged countryside communities remain uncertain.Objective: To verify the association between psychiatric disorder, symptoms, and pregnancy among women from a low-income countryside community and to determine the specific cutoff points for major depression diagnosis according to Beck Depression Inventory for the different trimesters of pregnancy in this population.Methods: Ninety-four pregnant women and 38 healthy women from the Conceição do Mato Dentro health service, a rural low-income community in Brazil, participated in the present study. Psychiatric examination included a structured clinical interview for psychiatric disorders according to Mini International Neuropsychiatric Interview and psychometric scales such as the Yale–Brown Obsessive Scale, the Beck Depression Inventory, and the Hamilton Anxiety Scale. The cutoff points for Beck Depression Inventory were determined through the application of receiver operating characteristic curves considering the diagnosis of major depression according to Mini International Neuropsychiatric Interview.Results: The pregnant women had a higher frequency of psychiatric disorders and depression and anxiety symptoms. All cutoff points of Beck Depression Inventory

  16. RENOVANDO A TRADIÇÃO PELOS CAMINHOS DA INTERTEXTUALIDADE

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    Alba Olmi

    2007-08-01

    Full Text Available A revisão e a subversão dos contos de fadas e de outros textos canônicos realizadas por Angela Carter, Stevie Smith, Liz Lochhead e Anne Sexton, entre outras, se constituem na desconstrução/reconstrução da narrativa masculina através da qual é conferida uma nova forma literária, mas também uma nova voz à figura da mulher. Através da transposição diegética e da paródia, vão se modificando diversos elementos presentes na narrativa dos contos de fada tradicionais e de outros textos “canônicos”, o que produz uma transvalorização, isto é, uma transformação de natureza axiológica de seu primitivo horizonte cultural e de sentido. Essa revisão envolve também o nível lingüístico e as estruturas superficiais, porém sem nunca perder de vista a relação intertextual com os textos originais, questionando preconceitos e discriminação da figura feminina. Isso vem demonstrar que as mulheres estão criando uma literatura própria na qual histórias de mulheres são narradas do ponto de vista feminino.Transcendendo o sistema dicotômico-binário de gênero, que produziu relações seculares e históricas de poder, a escritura feminina reconstrói o conceito de diferença e de sujeito, provocando a ruptura do discurso hegemônico masculino, conferindo novo significado ao conceito de cultura. Observa-se, ainda, que o objetivo maior dessas re-escrituras não é simplesmente demolir uma tradição que perpetuou mitos e ideais patriarcais, mas evidenciar seus limites, suas lacunas e seus desvios, a fim de permitir que a tradição se renove, satisfazendo assim a dupla exigência de revisão e de continuidade em relação ao passado, pelos amplos caminhos da intertextualidade.

  17. Development of the knowledge of fertility and fertility preservation scale

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    McNees P

    2012-04-01

    Full Text Available Angela Jukkala1, Karen Meneses1, Andres Azuero1, June Cho1, Patrick McNees1,21School of Nursing, 2School of Health Professions, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, USAObjective: Infertility is a severe and often underestimated consequence of successful treatment for breast cancer. Ensuring young breast cancer survivors receive patient-centered health information on the impact of treatment on fertility and fertility preservation options in a timely manner is a critical component of high quality nursing care. The objective of this manuscript is to report the process used to develop and examine the reliability and validity of an instrument to measure a breast cancer survivor’s self-assessed knowledge of fertility and fertility preservation.Design: A scale development and descriptive study.Setting: Online and global.Participants: Ninety-two young breast cancer survivors (ages 25–45 years.Methods: Participants completed the Knowledge of Fertility and Fertility Preservation (KF Scale as part of their participation in a larger study, the Fertility Cancer Project (FCP.Results: An exploratory factor analysis revealed five domains: normal reproductive function; general information about fertility; cancer treatment factors affecting fertility; infertility information; and alternative parenting options. A confirmatory factor analysis confirmed the validity of the construct with a demonstrated good fit between the factor structure of the new scale and the observed data. Many participants self-assessed their overall knowledge of fertility and fertility preservation as “a little” and the majority rated their knowledge of infertility information as “a little”.Conclusion: The KF Scale can be used to provide useful information to support health care professionals in the development of patient-centered education that is responsive to the unique needs of each young breast cancer survivor. The initial testing of the KF Scale indicates

  18. Evolution of health technology assessment: best practices of the pan-Canadian Oncology Drug Review

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    Rocchi A

    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available Angela Rocchi,1 Isabelle Chabot,2 Judith Glennie3 1Athena Research Inc., Burlington, ON, 2EvAccess Inc., Vaudreuil-Dorion, QC, 3JL Glennie Consulting Inc., Aurora, ON, Canada Background: In 2007, Canada chose to develop a separate and distinct path for oncology drug health technology assessment (HTA. In 2013, the decision was made to transfer the pan-Canadian Oncology Drug Review (pCODR to the Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health (CADTH, to align the pCODR and CADTH Common Drug Review processes while building on the best practices of both. The objective of this research was to conduct an examination of the best practices established by the pCODR. Methods: A qualitative research approach was taken to assess the policies, processes, and practices of the pCODR, based on internationally accepted best practice “principles” in HTA, with a particular focus on stakeholder engagement. Publicly available information regarding the approach of the pCODR was used to gauge the agency's performance against these principles. In addition, stakeholder observations and real-world experiences were gathered through key informant interviews to be inclusive of perspectives from patient advocacy groups, provincial and/or cancer agency decision-makers, community and academic oncologists, industry, expert committee members, and health economists. Results: This analysis indicated that, through the pCODR, oncology stakeholders have had a voice in and have come to trust the quality and relevance of oncology HTA as a vital tool to ensure the best decisions for Canadians with cancer and their health care system. It could be expected that adoption of the principles and processes of the pCODR would bring a similar level of engagement and trust to other HTA organizations in Canada and elsewhere. Conclusion: The results of this research led to recommendations for improvement and potential extrapolation of these best practices to other HTA organizations

  19. CULTURA ESCRITA E INSERÇÃO SOCIAL FEMININA NA COMARCA DO RIO DAS VELHAS (1750-1822

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    Silvia Maria Amancio Rachi Vartuli

    2012-10-01

    Full Text Available RESUMO:Este artigo é um recorte da pesquisa de doutorado que vem sendo desenvolvida na Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais e que pretende investigar a inserção social feminina em Minas Gerais a partir das relações estabelecidas com a cultura escrita. Por meio da análise dos testamentos post mortem, pertencentes ao arquivo do Museu do Ouro/IBRAM/Casa Borba Gato em Sabará-MG, da segunda metade do século XVIII e início do século XIX, procuramos evidenciar a atuação das mulheres na sociedade da época. Orientados teórica e metodologicamente pelas análises acerca do conceito de letramento, principalmente a partir do que nos esclarece Magda Becker Soares (1998, Ângela B. Kleiman (1995 e Justino Pereira de Magalhães (1994, 2001, entendemos que as práticas femininas relacionadas ao mundo escrito devem ser abordadas com base em uma perspectiva que valorize as habilidades individuais, os conhecimentos pessoais que são forjados e forjam o cotidiano dos sujeitos. Palavras-chave: educação, história das mulheres, Minas Colonial.PALAVRAS-CHAVE: Inserção Feminina; Cultura Escrita; Letramento ABSTRACT: This article is an excerpt of the doctoral research being developed at the Federal University of Minas Gerais and the researching women's social inclusion in Minas Gerais from the relations established with the written culture. Through the analysis of wills post mortem, in the file's Gold Museum / IBRAM / House Borba Gato in Sabara, Minas Gerais, the second half of the eighteenth century and early nineteenth century, we seek to highlight the role of women in society at the time. Theoretical and methodologically oriented by analysis of the concept of literacy, especially from clarifying the Magda Becker Soares (1998, Angela B. Kleiman (1995 and Justin Pereira de Magalhães (1994, 2001, we understand that women's related practices the world writing shall be addressed based on a perspective that values individual skills, personal knowledge

  20. Fatty acid desaturase 1 knockout mice are lean with improved glycemic control and decreased development of atheromatous plaque

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    Powell DR

    2016-06-01

    Full Text Available David R Powell, Jason P Gay, Melinda Smith, Nathaniel Wilganowski, Angela Harris, Autumn Holland, Maricela Reyes, Laura Kirkham, Laura L Kirkpatrick, Brian Zambrowicz, Gwenn Hansen, Kenneth A Platt, Isaac van Sligtenhorst, Zhi-Ming Ding, Urvi Desai Metabolism Research, Lexicon Pharmaceuticals, Inc., The Woodlands, TX, USA Abstract: Delta-5 desaturase (D5D and delta-6 desaturase (D6D, encoded by fatty acid desaturase 1 (FADS1 and FADS2 genes, respectively, are enzymes in the synthetic pathways for w3, w6, and w9 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs. Although PUFAs appear to be involved in mammalian metabolic pathways, the physiologic effect of isolated D5D deficiency on these pathways is unclear. After generating >4,650 knockouts (KOs of independent mouse genes and analyzing them in our high-throughput phenotypic screen, we found that Fads1 KO mice were among the leanest of 3,651 chow-fed KO lines analyzed for body composition and were among the most glucose tolerant of 2,489 high-fat-diet-fed KO lines analyzed by oral glucose tolerance test. In confirmatory studies, chow- or high-fat-diet-fed Fads1 KO mice were leaner than wild-type (WT littermates; when data from multiple cohorts of adult mice were combined, body fat was 38% and 31% lower in Fads1 male and female KO mice, respectively. Fads1 KO mice also had lower glucose and insulin excursions during oral glucose tolerance tests along with lower fasting glucose, insulin, triglyceride, and total cholesterol levels. In additional studies using a vascular injury model, Fads1 KO mice had significantly decreased femoral artery intima/media ratios consistent with a decreased inflammatory response in their arterial wall. Based on this result, we bred Fads1 KO and WT mice onto an ApoE KO background and fed them a Western diet for 14 weeks; in this atherogenic environment, aortic trees of Fads1 KO mice had 40% less atheromatous plaque compared to WT littermates. Importantly, PUFA levels

  1. Nerve growth factor, brain-derived neurotrophic factor, and the chronobiology of mood: a new insight into the "neurotrophic hypothesis"

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    Tirassa P

    2015-10-01

    Full Text Available Paola Tirassa,1 Adele Quartini,2 Angela Iannitelli2–4 1National Research Council (CNR, Institute of Cell Biology and Neurobiology (IBCN, 2Department of Medical-Surgical Sciences and Biotechnologies, Faculty of Pharmacy and Medicine – "Sapienza" University of Rome, 3Italian Psychoanalytical Society (SPI, Rome, Italy; 4International Psychoanalytical Association (IPA, London, UKAbstract: The light information pathways and their relationship with the body rhythms have generated a new insight into the neurobiology and the neurobehavioral sciences, as well as into the clinical approaches to human diseases associated with disruption of circadian cycles. Light-based strategies and/or drugs acting on the circadian rhythms have widely been used in psychiatric patients characterized by mood-related disorders, but the timing and dosage use of the various treatments, although based on international guidelines, are mainly dependent on the psychiatric experiences. Further, many efforts have been made to identify biomarkers able to disclose the circadian-related aspect of diseases, and therefore serve as diagnostic, prognostic, and therapeutic tools in clinic to assess the different mood-related symptoms, including pain, fatigue, sleep disturbance, loss of interest or pleasure, appetite, psychomotor changes, and cognitive impairments. Among the endogenous factors suggested to be involved in mood regulation, the neurotrophins, nerve growth factor, and brain-derived neurotrophic factor show anatomical and functional link with the circadian system and mediate some of light-induced effects in brain. In addition, in humans, both nerve growth factor and brain-derived neurotrophic factor have showed a daily rhythm, which correlate with the morningness–eveningness dimensions, and are influenced by light, suggesting their potential role as biomarkers for chronotypes and/or chronotherapy. The evidences of the relationship between the diverse mood-related disorders

  2. Escherichia coli Nissle 1917 bacterial ghosts retain crucial surface properties and express chlamydial antigen: an imaging study of a delivery system for the ocular surface

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    Montanaro J

    2015-07-01

    Full Text Available Jacqueline Montanaro,1 Aleksandra Inic-Kanada,1 Angela Ladurner,1 Elisabeth Stein,1 Sandra Belij,1 Nora Bintner,1 Simone Schlacher,1 Nadine Schuerer,1 Ulrike Beate Mayr,2 Werner Lubitz,2 Nikolaus Leisch,3 Talin Barisani-Asenbauer11Laura Bassi Centres of Expertise, OCUVAC – Centre of Ocular Inflammation and Infection, Centre for Pathophysiology, Infectiology, and Immunology, Medical University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria; 2BIRD-C GmbH & Co KG, Kritzendorf, Austria; 3Department of Ecogenomics and Systems Biology, University of Vienna, Vienna, AustriaAbstract: To target chronic inflammatory ocular surface diseases, a drug delivery platform is needed that is safe, possesses immunomodulatory properties, and can be used either for drug delivery, or as a foreign antigen carrier. A new therapeutic approach that we have previously proposed uses nonliving bacterial ghosts (BGs as a carrier-delivery system which can be engineered to carry foreign antigens and/or be loaded with therapeutic drugs. The parent strain chosen for development of our BG delivery system is the probiotic Escherichia coli strain Nissle 1917 (EcN, whose intrinsic properties trigger the innate immune system with the flagella and fimbriae used to attach and stimulate epithelial cells. In previous studies, we have shown that EcN BGs are safe for the ocular surface route, but evidence that EcN BGs retain flagella and fimbriae after transformation, has never been visually confirmed. In this study, we used different visualization techniques to determine whether flagella and fimbriae are retained on EcN BGs engineered either for drug delivery or as a foreign antigen carrier. We have also shown by immunoelectron microscopy that EcN retains two foreign antigens after processing to become EcN BGs. Furthermore, we demonstrated that BGs derived from EcN and expressing a foreign antigen attachment to conjunctival epithelial cells in vitro without causing reduced cell viability. These results

  3. Nanoemulsion as a carrier to improve the topical anti-inflammatory activity of stem bark extract of Rapanea ferruginea

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    Dal Mas J

    2016-09-01

    Full Text Available Juarana Dal Mas,1 Tailyn Zermiani,1 Liliani C Thiesen,1 Joana LM Silveira,2 Kathryn ABS da Silva,1 Márcia M de Souza,1 Angela Malheiros,1 Tania MB Bresolin,1 Ruth M Lucinda-Silva1 1NIQFAR, Graduate Program in Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Vale do Itajaí, Itajaí, Santa Catarina, Brazil; 2Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Federal University of Paraná, Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil Abstract: The aim of this study was to develop nanoemulsion containing soft extract of stem bark of Rapanea ferruginea to improve the topical delivery and anti-inflammatory activity. The extract of R. ferruginea stem bark was incorporated into the oily phase of the nanoemulsion by the method of phase inversion at low energy. The developed nanoemulsion had an average droplet size of 47.88±8.20 nm and a polydispersibility index of 0.228. Uniformity of size, spherical shape of droplet, and absence of clusters were confirmed by transmission electronic microscopy. The zeta potential was -34.7±1.15 mV. The nanoemulsion showed a moderate degree of skin irritation in the agarose overlay assay in vitro. The content of the extract markers, myrsinoic acids A and B, was 54.10±0.08 and 53.03 µg/g in the formulation, respectively. The formulation demonstrated pseudoplastic and thixotropic rheological behavior. In vitro release of chemical markers was controlled by diffusion mechanism. An extract-loaded nanoemulsion showed a topical anti-inflammatory activity in a croton oil-induced edema ear model, with a decrease in tumor necrosis factor release and myeloperoxidase activity. The nanoemulsion was 160% more efficient than the conventional cream containing 0.13% of the extract. The nanoemulsion showed suitable properties as a carrier for topical use of R. ferruginea extract and the approach for improving the topical anti-inflammatory activity. Keywords: nanotechnology, nanoemulsion, Rapanea ferruginea, anti-inflammatory, phytomedicine

  4. Facilitating the implementation of evidence-based practice through contextual support and nursing leadership

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    Kueny A

    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available Angela Kueny,1 Leah L Shever,2 Melissa Lehan Mackin,3 Marita G Titler4 1Luther College, Decorah, IA, 2The University of Michigan Hospital and Health Center, Ann Arbor, MI, 3University of Iowa College of Nursing, Iowa City, IA, 4University of Michigan School of Nursing, Ann Arbor, MI, USA Background/purpose: Nurse managers (NMs play an important role promoting evidence-based practice (EBP on clinical units within hospitals. However, there is a dearth of research focused on NM perspectives about institutional contextual factors to support the goal of EBP on the clinical unit. The purpose of this article is to identify contextual factors described by NMs to drive change and facilitate EBP at the unit level, comparing and contrasting these perspectives across nursing units. Methods: This study employed a qualitative descriptive design using interviews with nine NMs who were participating in a large effectiveness study. To stratify the sample, NMs were selected from nursing units designated as high or low performing based on implementation of EBP interventions, scores on the Meyer and Goes research use scale, and fall rates. Descriptive content analysis was used to identify themes that reflect the complex nature of infrastructure described by NMs and contextual influences that supported or hindered their promotion of EBP on the clinical unit. Results: NMs perceived workplace culture, structure, and resources as facilitators or barriers to empowering nurses under their supervision to use EBP and drive change. A workplace culture that provides clear communication of EBP goals or regulatory changes, direct contact with CEOs, and clear expectations supported NMs in their promotion of EBP on their units. High-performing unit NMs described a structure that included nursing-specific committees, allowing nurses to drive change and EBP from within the unit. NMs from high-performing units were more likely to articulate internal resources, such as quality

  5. Pressure injuries in elderly with acute myocardial infarction

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    Komici K

    2017-09-01

    Full Text Available Klara Komici,1 Dino F Vitale,2 Dario Leosco,1 Angela Mancini,1 Graziamaria Corbi,3 Leonardo Bencivenga,1 Alessandro Mezzani,4 Bruno Trimarco,5 Carmine Morisco,5 Nicola Ferrara,1,2 Giuseppe Rengo1,2 1Division of Geriatrics, Department of Translational Medical Sciences, University of Naples Federico II, Naples, Italy; 2Cardiac Rehabilitation Division, Salvatore Maugeri Foundation, IRCCS, Scientific Institute of Telese Terme (BN, Telese Terme, Italy; 3Department of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Molise Campobasso, Campobasso, Italy; 4Cardiac Rehabilitation Division, Salvatore Maugeri Foundation, IRCCS, Scientific Institute of Veruno, Veruno, Italy; 5Division of Cardiology, Department of Advanced Biomedical Sciences, University of Naples Federico II, Naples, Italy Objectives: To assess pressure injury (PI incidence among patients hospitalized for acute myocardial infarction (AMI in an intensive coronary care unit (ICCU and to detect the impact of specific risk factors on the development of PI in this clinical setting.Patients and methods: Prospective cohort study in ICCU setting. Patients admitted for AMI: patients mean age 67.5±11.5 years (n=165. Norton Scale, Mini Nutritional Assessment (MNA, demographic, clinical and biochemical data collected at the time of ICCU admission have been tested in a logistic model to assess the odds ratios (ORs of PI risk development. The jackknifed area under the receiver operating characteristic curve (AUC and the decision curve analysis have been employed to assess the additive predictive value of a factor.Results: Twenty-seven (16.3% patients developed PIs. An increased PI risk was associated with advanced age (OR =2.5 every 10-year increase; 95% CI =1.1–5.7, while probability of PI development was reduced in patients with higher left ventricular ejection fraction (LVEF (OR =0.4 every 5% increase; 95% CI =0.24–0.66, MNA score (OR =0.65 every unit change; 95% CI =0.44–0.95 and Norton Scale score

  6. En etisk diskussion af screening for kræftsygdomme

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    Peter Laurs Sørensen

    2009-05-01

    Full Text Available I 2007 gennemførte forbundskansler Angela Merkel en sundhedsreform der blandt andet indebærer, at tyske borgere ikke frit kan afgøre, om de vil deltage i forebyggende programmer, da et fravalg kan medføre økonomiske konsekvenser. Hermed udvider den tyske stat sin ret til at gribe ind i borgernes liv, når det handler om sekundær forebyggelse, fx i form af screening for kræftsygdomme. Dette kan være problematisk da den bedst tilgængelige evidens viser at tre igangværende kræftscreeningsprogrammer ikke kun har gavnlige virkninger, men også betydelige skadelige virkninger. Formålet med denne undersøgelse var at undersøge, hvilke holdninger eksperter, politikere og sundhedsmyndigheder i Danmark har til tvang og/eller belønning i forbindelse med screening for kræftsygdomme, og om de ville støtte eller fraråde en tysk model i det danske sundhedsvæsen.Der blev foretaget enkeltinterviews med strategisk udvalgte eksperter. Interviewene blev transskriberet og analyseret med en fænomenologisk analysemetode, og derefter analyseret og diskuteret i forhold til utilitaristisk og deontologisk etik, samt evidensen vedrørende de tre eksisterende kræftscreeningsprogrammer i Danmark.Alle informanterne var kritiske over for det tyske forslag. Til gengæld blev forholdet mellem de gavnlige og skadelige virkninger af kræftscreening vurderet meget forskelligt. Manglen på enighed, uklare udtalelser og ikke-stringent terminologi bestyrkede vor konklusion; at det danske sundhedsvæsen for det første ikke bør følge den tyske kurs og, for det andet, at man bør være kritisk over for implementering af screeningsprogrammer for kræftsygdomme. Hvis forebyggende initiativer kan være mere til skade end gavn, bør de altid overvejes nøje i lyset af sundhedsvæsnets oprindelige intention om at hjælpe og beskytte det enkelte menneske.http://dx.doi.org/10.5324/eip.v3i1.1712

  7. Nuclear questions

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    Durrani, M. [Physics World (United Kingdom)

    2006-01-01

    The future of nuclear power has returned to centre stage. Freezing weather on both sides of the Atlantic and last month's climate-change talks in Montreal have helped to put energy and the future of nuclear power right back on the political agenda. The issue is particularly pressing for those countries where existing nuclear stations are reaching the end of their lives. In the UK, prime minister Tony Blair has commissioned a review of energy, with a view to deciding later this year whether to build new nuclear power plants. The review comes just four years after the Labour government published a White Paper on energy that said the country should keep the nuclear option open but did not follow this up with any concrete action. In Germany, new chancellor and former physicist Angela Merkel is a fan of nuclear energy and had said she would extend the lifetime of its nuclear plants beyond 2020, when they are due to close. However, that commitment has had to be abandoned, at least for the time being, following negotiations with her left-wing coalition partners. The arguments in favour of nuclear power will be familiar to all physicists - it emits almost no carbon dioxide and can play a vital role in maintaining a diverse energy supply. To over-rely on imported supplies of oil and gas can leave a nation hostage to fortune. The arguments against are equally easy to list - the public is scared of nuclear power, it generates dangerous waste with potentially huge clean-up costs, and it is not necessarily cheap. Nuclear plants could also be a target for terrorist attacks. Given political will, many of these problems can be resolved, or at least tackled. China certainly sees the benefits of nuclear power, as does Finland, which is building a new 1600 MW station - the world's most powerful - that is set to open in 2009. Physicists, of course, are essential to such developments. They play a vital role in ensuring the safety of such plants and developing new types of

  8. Effects of inhaled anesthetic isoflurane on long-term potentiation of CA3 pyramidal cell afferents in vivo

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    2012-11-01

    Full Text Available Kristen A Ballesteros,1 Angela Sikorski,2 James E Orfila,3 Joe L Martinez Jr41Department of Biology, The University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX, USA; 2Texas A&M University Texarkana, Texarkana, TX, USA; 3University of Colorado in Denver, Denver, CO, USA; 4University of Illinois in Chicago, Chicago, IL, USAAbstract: Isoflurane is a preferred anesthetic, due to its properties that allow a precise concentration to be delivered continually during in vivo experimentation. The major mechanism of action of isoflurane is modulation of the γ-amino butyric acid (GABAA receptor-chloride channel, mediating inhibitory synaptic transmission. Animal studies have shown that isoflurane does not cause cell death, but it does inhibit cell growth and causes long-term hippocampal learning deficits. As there are no studies characterizing the effects of isoflurane on electrophysiological aspects of long-term potentiation (LTP in the hippocampus, it is important to determine whether isoflurane alters the characteristic responses of hippocampal afferents to cornu ammonis region 3 (CA3. We investigated the effects of isoflurane on adult male rats during in vivo induction of LTP, using the mossy fiber pathway, the lateral perforant pathway, the medial perforant pathway, and the commissural CA3 (cCA3 to CA3, with intracranial administration of Ringer’s solution, naloxone, RS-aminoindan-1, 5-dicarboxylic acid (AIDA, or 3-[(R-2-carboxypiperazin-4-yl]-propo-2-enyl-1-phosphonic acid (CPP. Then, we compared these responses to published electrophysiological data, using sodium pentobarbital as an anesthetic, under similar experimental conditions. Our results showed that LTP was exhibited in animals anesthetized with isoflurane under vehicle conditions. With the exception of AIDA in the lateral perforant pathway, the defining characteristics of the four pathways appeared to remain intact, except for the observation that LTP was markedly reduced in animals

  9. Proceedings of Patient Reported Outcome Measure’s (PROMs Conference Sheffield 2016: advances in patient reported outcomes research

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    Tim Croudace

    2016-10-01

    longitudinal parameter shifts in epidemiological data: measurement invariance and response shifts in cohort and survey data describing the UK’s Quality of Life Jan R. Boehnke O12 Patient-reported outcomes within health technology decision making: current status and implications for future policy Andrew Trigg, Ruth Howells O13 Can social care needs and well-being be explained by the EQ-5D? Analysis of Health Survey for England dataset Jeshika Singh, Subhash Pokhrel, Louise Longworth O14 Where patients and policy meet: exploring individual-level use of the Long-Term Conditions Questionnaire (LTCQ Caroline Potter, Cheryl Hunter, Laura Kelly, Elizabeth Gibbons, Julian Forder, Angela Coulter, Ray Fitzpatrick, Michele Peters

  10. Systematic and Iterative Development of a Smartphone App to Promote Sun-Protection Among Holidaymakers: Design of a Prototype and Results of Usability and Acceptability Testing.

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    Rodrigues, Angela M; Sniehotta, Falko F; Birch-Machin, Mark A; Olivier, Patrick; Araújo-Soares, Vera

    2017-06-12

    . The mISkin app was designed to promote sun-protection among holidaymakers and was based on current evidence, experts' knowledge and experience, and user involvement. Based on user feedback, the app has been refined and a fully functional version is ready for formal testing in a feasibility pilot study. ©Angela M Rodrigues, Falko F Sniehotta, Mark A Birch-Machin, Patrick Olivier, Vera Araújo-Soares. Originally published in JMIR Research Protocols (http://www.researchprotocols.org), 12.06.2017.

  11. Aphakia correction with retropupillary fixated iris-claw lens (Artisan – long-term results

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    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available Maurice Schallenberg,1,2 Dirk Dekowski,1 Angela Hahn,1 Thomas Laube,1,3 Klaus-Peter Steuhl,1 Daniel Meller11Department of Ophthalmology, University Hospital Essen, University of Duisburg-Essen, Essen, Germany; 2HELIOS Klinikum Wuppertal, Wuppertal, Germany; 3Zentrum für Augenheilkunde PD Dr Laube, Düsseldorf, GermanyPurpose: To evaluate the technique, safety, and efficacy of the retropupillary implantation of iris-claw intraocular lenses in a long-term follow-up study.Patients and methods: This retrospective study included 31 eyes of 31 patients who underwent an Artisan aphakic intraocular lens implantation between January 2006 and February 2011 at the University Hospital Essen, Essen, Germany and at the Zentrum für Augenheilkunde PD Dr Laube, Düsseldorf, Germany. Preoperative data collected included demographics, etiology of aphakia, previous surgeries, preoperative eye pathology, intraocular pressure, clinical signs of endothelial cell loss, and best corrected visual acuity. Operative data and postoperative outcomes included the best corrected visual acuity, lens position, intraocular pressure, pigment dispersion, clinical signs of endothelial cell loss, development of macular edema, and other complications.Results: Thirty-one patients were included. The mean follow-up was 25.2 months (range: 4–48 months. The mean best corrected visual acuity postoperatively was 0.64 logarithm of the minimum angle of resolution (logMAR and varied from 0 logMAR to 3 logMAR. Some patients had a low visual acuity preoperatively because of preoperative eye pathologies. In 22 patients the visual acuity improved, in two patients the visual acuity remained unchanged, and seven patients showed a decreased visual acuity. Complications were peaked pupils (n=10 and retinal detachment in one case. Four patients showed an iris atrophy and high intraocular pressure was observed only in one patient. Subluxation of the intraocular lens, endothelial cell loss, and

  12. Mastimännid ja muu mets : mitmekülgsuse võlu Eesti proosast aastal 2007 / Sirje Olesk

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    2008-01-01

    Ülevaade 2007. aasta eesti proosast. Käsitletakse järgimisi autoreid ja nende teoseid: Ene Mihkelson "Katkuhaud", Andrus Kivirähk "Mees, kes teadis ussisõnu", Jaan Kaplinski "Seesama jõgi", Tõnu Õnnepalu "Flandria päevik", Toomas Vint "Mäluauguga naine", Indrek Hargla "French ja Koulu Tarbatus", Kalle Käsper "Buridanid IV", Jaan Tooming "Teekond mäe südamesse", Ustav Mikelsaar "Tunnimehed", Henn Mikelsaar "Teema variatsioonidega", Reet Kudu "Pidupäevad võõrsil", Mara Maret Aronovich "Tagasikäiguga edasi", Aimée Beekman "Proovielu", Valentine Nõlvak "Ellujääja : mälestused", Mehis Heinsaar "Rändaja õnn", Maimu Berg "Unustatud inimesed", Mats Traat "Sarviku armastus : valik kultuuriloolisi novelle", Mihkel Mutt "Siseemigrant : novellid Rui taevalike kommentaaridega", Paavo Kivine "Kaks kavaleri", Kärt Hellerma "Ma armastasin David Copperfieldi", Piret Bristol "Paralleelmeri", Imre Siil "Mereröövlite loss", Kalju Saaber "Issanda loomaaed. Viru sektor", Veiko Märka "Lendas üle marmortahvli", Vahur Afanasjev "Kaadrid otsustavad, ehk, Sööbik ja Pisik seiklevad jälle, ehk, Eesti rahva lühike, kuid õnnelik ajalugu, Ehk kirjalik komejant tühjusest", Aarne Ruuben "Lugusid Anveltist ja Kingissepast", Epp Annus "Sina, Matilda", Peeter Helme "Puudutus", Ivar Sild "Tantsiv linn", Tui Hirv "Tähe tänav. Per musica ad astra", Tiina Laanem "Väikesed vanamehed", Angela Hofberg (pseud.) "Päev nagu elu", Marion Andra "Vähemalt...", Olle Lauli "Niguliste õpilased", Aarne Biin "Linna valitsemine", Erik Tohvri "Mürgiliblikas", Riina Kangur "Elisa", Kerttu Rakke "Küpsiseparadiis", Epp Petrone ja Dagmar Reintam "Õun ära süüa?", Elme Väljaste "Päriselu Proletariaadi puiesteel", Ketlin Priilinn "Hõbeingel", Ira Lember "Kohvik pärnade all", Paul Pajos "Krimijutud edasijõudnuile", Andres Anvelt "Punane elavhõbe", Klaara ja Kaarel Kivi "Mõrvasügis", Tiit Sepa "Hommik ühele", Lembit Uustulnd "Ruutuemanda sündroom : rahvusvaheline

  13. Walking in the high-rise city: a Health Enhancement and Pedometer-determined Ambulatory (HEPA program in Hong Kong

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    2014-08-01

    Full Text Available Angela YM Leung,1,2 Mike KT Cheung,3 Michael A Tse,4 Wai Chuen Shum,5 BJ Lancaster,1,6 Cindy LK Lam7 1School of Nursing, 2Research Centre on Heart, Brain, Hormone and Healthy Aging, Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine, University of Hong Kong, 3Centre on Research and Advocacy, Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation, 4Institute of Human Performance, University of Hong Kong, 5Sheng Kung Hui Holy Carpenter Church Social Services, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, People’s Republic of China; 6School of Nursing, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, USA; 7Department of Family Medicine and Primary Care, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, People’s Republic of China Abstract: Due to the lack of good infrastructure in the public estates, many older adults in urban areas are sedentary. The Health Enhancement and Pedometer-Determined Ambulatory (HEPA program was developed to assist older adults with diabetes and/or hypertension to acquire walking exercise habits and to build social support, while engaged in regular physical activity. This study aimed to describe the HEPA program and to report changes in participants’ walking capacity and body strength after 10-week walking sessions. A pre- and postintervention design was used. Pedometers were used to measure the number of steps taken per day before and after the 10-week intervention. Upper and lower body strength, lower body flexibility, and quality of life were assessed. A total of 205 older adults completed the program and all health assessments. After the 10-week intervention, the average number of steps per day increased by 36%, from 6,591 to 8,934. Lower body strength, upper body strength, and aerobic fitness increased significantly after 10 weeks, along with improvement in the 12-item Short Form Health Survey (SF™-12 physical and mental health component summary scores. A social support network was built in the neighborhood, and the local environment was

  14. Initiation of labor analgesia with injection of local anesthetic through the epidural needle compared to the catheter

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    2017-12-01

    Full Text Available Goran Ristev,1 Angela C Sipes,1 Bryan Mahoney,2 Jonathan Lipps,1 Gary Chan,3 John C Coffman1 1Department of Anesthesiology, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, Columbus, OH, USA; 2Department of Anesthesiology, Mount Sinai St. Luke’s and Mount Sinai Roosevelt, New York, NY, USA; 3Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative & Pain Medicine, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, NY, USA Background: The rationale for injection of epidural medications through the needle is to promote sooner onset of pain relief relative to dosing through the epidural catheter given that needle injection can be performed immediately after successful location of the epidural space. Some evidence indicates that dosing medications through the epidural needle results in faster onset and improved quality of epidural anesthesia compared to dosing through the catheter, though these dosing techniques have not been compared in laboring women. This investigation was performed to determine whether dosing medication through the epidural needle improves the quality of analgesia, level of sensory blockade, or onset of pain relief measured from the time of epidural medication injection. Methods: In this double-blinded prospective investigation, healthy term laboring women (n=60 received labor epidural placement upon request. Epidural analgesia was initiated according to the assigned randomization group: 10 mL loading dose (0.125% bupivacaine with fentanyl 2 µg/mL through either the epidural needle or the catheter, given in 5 mL increments spaced 2 minutes apart. Verbal rating scale (VRS pain scores (0–10 and pinprick sensory levels were documented to determine the rates of analgesic and sensory blockade onset. Results: No significant differences were observed in onset of analgesia or sensory blockade from the time of injection between study groups. The estimated difference in the rate of pain relief (VRS/minute was 0.04 (95% CI: −0.01 to 0.11; p=0

  15. Pre- and postmarathon training habits of nonelite runners

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    Angela M Voight

    2011-03-01

    Full Text Available Angela M Voight1, William O Roberts1, Scott Lunos2, Lisa S Chow31Department of Family Medicine and Community Health; 2Biostatistical Design and Analysis Center, Clinical and Translational Science Institute; 3Department of Medicine, Division of Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolism, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, USABackground: Despite the increasing popularity of marathons, little research has examined the training habits of nonelite marathon runners. Given that nonelite runners, particularly those with a competitive motive, have a higher risk for injury than experienced elite runners, it is important for physicians to understand the training program and features that might distinguish running performance and injury rates in this population.Hypothesis: We hypothesized that nonelite runners who qualify for the Boston Marathon (“qualifiers” would have higher running volumes, more running sessions per week, lower injury rates, and lower body mass index (BMI than nonqualifying runners.Study design: A cross-sectional Web-based survey of runners (convenience sample at 1 month (n = 50 and 6 months (n = 41 after participation in the 2008 Twin Cities Marathon (TCM that acquired data on anthropometric measures, demographic data, finishing time, premarathon/current training program, and self-reported injury.Results: Thirteen of 50 initial survey respondents were classified as a “qualifier” based on their finishing time. Mean BMI was significantly lower in the qualifiers at 1 month (22.0 versus 23.9 kg/m2, P = 0.0267 but not 6 months postmarathon. There were no significant differences in training volume (running frequency, run length, or cross-training volume or injury rates between qualifiers and nonqualifiers. Prior to the 2008 TCM, 54% of runners included cross-training in their exercise program, which increased significantly to 74% 1 month postmarathon (P = 0.0039 and 71% 6 months postmarathon (P = 0.0325. There was no association

  16. Hypertensive phase and early complications after Ahmed glaucoma valve implantation with intraoperative subtenon triamcinolone acetonide

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    Turalba AV

    2014-07-01

    Full Text Available Angela V Turalba,1,2 Louis R Pasquale1,2 1Department of Ophthalmology, Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, Boston, MA, USA; 2Department of Ophthalmology, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA Objective: To evaluate intraoperative subtenon triamcinolone acetonide (TA as an adjunct to Ahmed glaucoma valve (AGV implantation. Design: Retrospective comparative case series. Participants: Forty-two consecutive cases of uncontrolled glaucoma undergoing AGV implantation: 19 eyes receiving intraoperative subtenon TA and 23 eyes that did not receive TA.Methods: A retrospective chart review was performed on consecutive pseudophakic adult patients with uncontrolled glaucoma undergoing AGV with and without intraoperative subtenon TA injection by a single surgeon. Clinical data were collected from 42 eyes and analyzed for the first 6 months after surgery.Main outcome measures: Primary outcomes included intraocular pressure (IOP and number of glaucoma medications prior to and after AGV implantation. The hypertensive phase (HP was defined as an IOP measurement of greater than 21 mmHg (with or without medications during the 6-month postoperative period that was not a result of tube obstruction, retraction, or malfunction. Postoperative complications and visual acuity were analyzed as secondary outcome measures. Results: Five out of 19 (26% TA cases and 12 out of 23 (52% non-TA cases developed the HP (P=0.027. Mean IOP (14.2±4.6 in TA cases versus [vs] 14.7±5.0 mmHg in non-TA cases; P=0.78, and number of glaucoma medications needed (1.8±1.3 in TA cases vs 1.6±1.1 in the comparison group; P=0.65 were similar between both groups at 6 months. Although rates of serious complications did not differ between the groups (13% in the TA group vs 16% in the non-TA group, early tube erosion (n=1 and bacterial endophthalmitis (n=1 were noted with TA but not in the non-TA group.Conclusions: Subtenon TA injection during AGV implantation may decrease the

  17. Scaling up health knowledge at European level requires sharing integrated data: an approach for collection of database specification

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    2016-06-01

    Full Text Available Enrica Menditto,1 Angela Bolufer De Gea,2 Caitriona Cahir,3,4 Alessandra Marengoni,5 Salvatore Riegler,1 Giuseppe Fico,6 Elisio Costa,7 Alessandro Monaco,8 Sergio Pecorelli,5 Luca Pani,8 Alexandra Prados-Torres9 1School of Pharmacy, CIRFF/Center of Pharmacoeconomics, University of Naples Federico II, Naples, Italy; 2Directorate-General for Health and Food Safety, European Commission, Brussels, Belgium; 3Division of Population Health Sciences, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, 4Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics, St James’s Hospital, Dublin, Ireland; 5Department of Clinical and Experimental Science, University of Brescia, Brescia; 6Life Supporting Technologies, Photonics Technology and Bioengineering Department, School of Telecomunications Engineering, Polytechnic University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain; 7Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Porto, Porto, Portugal; 8Italian Medicines Agency – AIFA, Rome, Italy; 9EpiChron Research Group on Chronic Diseases, Aragón Health Sciences Institute (IACS, IIS Aragón REDISSEC ISCIII, Miguel Servet University Hospital, University of Zaragoza, Zaragoza, Spain Abstract: Computerized health care databases have been widely described as an excellent opportunity for research. The availability of “big data” has brought about a wave of innovation in projects when conducting health services research. Most of the available secondary data sources are restricted to the geographical scope of a given country and present heterogeneous structure and content. Under the umbrella of the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing, collaborative work conducted by the partners of the group on “adherence to prescription and medical plans” identified the use of observational and large-population databases to monitor medication-taking behavior in the elderly. This article describes the methodology used to gather the information from available databases among the Adherence Action Group partners

  18. Development of the Medical Intensive Care Unit Shift Report Communication Scale as a measure of nurses' perception of communication

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    2013-04-01

    Full Text Available David James,1 Angela Jukkala,2 Andres Azuero,2 Pamela Autrey,3 Lynne Vining,4 Rebecca Miltner2 1Center for Nursing Excellence, University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital, 2School of Nursing, University of Alabama at Birmingham, 3Nursing Administration, University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital, 4Medical Intensive Care Unit, University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital, Birmingham, Alabama, USA Objective: Evidence documenting the negative impact of poor communication on patient safety during intra-hospital transfer is prevalent and attributed to 80% of serious medical errors. An event particularly vulnerable to communication error is the patient "handoff." One of the more common handoffs occurring in health care settings is the report provided between nurses at the change of shift. The objective of this article is to report the process used to develop and examine the reliability and validity of a Medical Intensive Care Unit (MICU Shift Report Communication Scale to measure nurses' perception of the quality and quantity of communication during shift report. Design and participants: This was a scale development and descriptive study undertaken at the Medical Intensive Care Unit within an Academic Health Center. Forty-three medical intensive care nurses took part. Results: An exploratory factor analysis revealed three domains: communication openness, quality of information, and shift report. Medical Intensive Care Unit Shift Report Communication Scale scores ranged from 12 to 27 (mean = 18.78; standard deviation = 3.28. Perception of communication did not vary between nurses based on years of nursing experience or age. Scale reliability was good (Cronbach's alpha = 0.079. Nurses were likely to have had a positive perception of the openness of communication on the unit. However, they had a less favorable perception of peer ability to fully understand information shared during shift report and identified as a common problem the frequent need to

  19. Factors that influence the preventive care offered to adolescents accessing Public Oral Health Services, NSW, Australia

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    Masoe AV

    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available Angela V Masoe,1 Anthony S Blinkhorn,2 Jane Taylor,1 Fiona A Blinkhorn1 1School of Health Sciences, Faculty of Health and Medicine, Oral Health, University of Newcastle, Ourimbah, NSW, Australia; 2Department of Population Oral Health, Faculty of Dentistry, University of Sydney, Westmead, NSW, Australia Background: Many adolescents are at risk of dental caries and periodontal disease, which may be controlled through health education and clinical preventive interventions provided by oral health and dental therapists (therapists. Senior clinicians (SCs can influence the focus of dental care in the New South Wales (NSW Public Oral Health Services as their role is to provide clinical support and advice to therapists, advocate for their communities, and inform Local Health District (LHD managers of areas for clinical quality improvement. The objective of this study was to record facilitating factors and strategies that are used by SCs to encourage therapists to provide preventive care and advice to adolescent patients. Methods: In-depth, semistructured interviews were undertaken with 16 SCs from all of the 15 NSW LHDs (nine rural and six metropolitan. A framework matrix was used to systematically code data and enable key themes to be identified for analysis. Results: All SCs from the 15 NSW Health LHDs participated in the study. Factors influencing SCs' ability to integrate preventive care into clinical practice were: 1 clinical leadership and administrative support, 2 professional support network, 3 clinical and educational resources, 4 the clinician's patient management aptitude, and 5 clinical governance processes. Clinical quality improvement and continuing professional development strategies equipped clinicians to manage and enhance adolescents' confidence toward self-care. Conclusion: This study shows that SCs have a clear understanding of strategies to enhance the therapist's offer of scientific-based preventive care to adolescents. The problem

  20. EACOL (Scale of Evaluation of Reading Competence by the Teacher: evidence of concurrent and discriminant validity

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    Full Text Available Hugo Cogo-Moreira,1 George B Ploubidis,2 Clara Regina Brandão de Ávila,3 Jair de Jesus Mari,1 Angela Maria Vieira Pinheiro41Department of Psychiatry, Federal University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil; 2Department of Population Studies, University of London, London, UK; 3Department of Hearing and Speech Pathology, Federal University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil; 4Department of Psychology, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, BrazilAim: The study aimed to provide information about the concurrent and discriminant validation of the Scale of Evaluation of Reading Competence by the Teacher (EACOL, which is composed of 27 dichotomous items concerning reading aloud (17 items and reading silently (10 items.Samples: Three samples were used in this validation study. The first was composed of 335 students with an average age of 9.75 years (SD = 1.2 from Belo Horizonte (Minas Gerais State, Brazil, where the full spectrum of reading ability was assessed. The second two samples were from São Paulo city (São Paulo State, Brazil, where only children with reading difficulties were recruited. The first São Paulo sample was labeled “SP-screening” and had n = 617, with a mean age of 9.8 years (SD = 1.0, and the other sample was labeled “SP-trial” and had n = 235, with a mean age of 9.15 years (SD = 0.05.Methods: Results were obtained from a latent class analysis LCA, in which two latent groups were obtained as solutions, and were correlated with direct reading measures. Also, students’ scores on the Wechsler Intelligence Scale and on the Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire tested the discriminant validation.Results: Latent groups of readers underlying the EACOL predicted all direct reading measures, while the same latent groups showed no association with behavior and intelligence assessments, giving concurrent and discriminant validity to EACOL, respectively.Conclusion: EACOL is a reliable screening tool which can be used

  1. Regulatory mechanisms for absenteeism in the health sector: a systematic review of strategies and their implementation

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    Full Text Available Angela N Kisakye,1 Raymond Tweheyo,1 Freddie Ssengooba,1 George W Pariyo,2 Elizeus Rutebemberwa,1 Suzanne N Kiwanuka1 1Department of Health Policy Planning and Management, Makerere University School of Public Health, Kampala, Uganda; 2Department of International Health, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, MD, USA Background: A systematic review was undertaken to identify regulatory mechanisms aimed at mitigating health care worker absenteeism, to describe where and how they have been implemented as well as their possible effects. The goal was to propose potential policy options for managing the problem of absenteeism among human resources for health in low- and middle-income countries. Mechanisms described in this review are at the local workplace and broader national policy level. Methods: A comprehensive online search was conducted on EMBASE, CINAHL, PubMed, Google Scholar, Google, and Social Science Citation Index using MEDLINE search terms. Retrieved studies were uploaded onto reference manager and screened by two independent reviewers. Only publications in English were included. Data were extracted and synthesized according to the objectives of the review. Results: Twenty six of the 4,975 published articles retrieved were included. All were from high-income countries and covered all cadres of health workers. The regulatory mechanisms and possible effects include 1 organizational-level mechanisms being reported as effective in curbing absenteeism in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs; 2 prohibition of private sector activities in LMICs offering benefits but presenting a challenge for the government to monitor the health workforce; 3 contractual changes from temporary to fixed posts having been associated with no reduction in absenteeism and not being appropriate for LMICs; 4 multifaceted work interventions being implemented in most settings; 5 the possibility of using financial and incentive regulatory mechanisms

  2. Assessment of the management factors that influence the development of preventive care in the New South Wales public dental service

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    Masoe AV

    2015-03-01

    Full Text Available Angela V Masoe,1 Anthony S Blinkhorn,2 Jane Taylor,1 Fiona A Blinkhorn1 1Faculty of Health and Medicine, School of Health Sciences, Oral Health, University of Newcastle, Ourimbah, 2Department of Population Oral Health, Faculty of Dentistry, University of Sydney, Sydney, NSW, Australia Background: Oral diseases, particularly dental caries, remain one of the most common chronic health problems for adolescents, and are a major public health concern. Public dental services in New South Wales, Australia offer free clinical care and preventive advice to all adolescents under 18 years of age, particularly those from disadvantaged backgrounds. This care is provided by dental therapists and oral health therapists (therapists. It is incumbent upon clinical directors (CDs and health service managers (HSMs to ensure that the appropriate clinical preventive care is offered by clinicians to all their patients. The aims of this study were to 1 explore CDs’ and HSMs’ perceptions of the factors that could support the delivery of preventive care to adolescents, and to 2 record the strategies they have utilized to help therapists provide preventive care to adolescents. Subjects and methods: In-depth, semistructured interviews were undertaken with 19 CDs and HSMs from across NSW local health districts. A framework matrix was used to systematically code data and enable key themes to be identified for analysis. Results: The 19 CDs and HSMs reported that fiscal accountability and meeting performance targets impacted on the levels and types of preventive care provided by therapists. Participants suggested that professional clinical structures for continuous quality improvement should be implemented and monitored, and that an adequate workforce mix and more resources for preventive dental care activities would enhance therapists’ ability to provide appropriate levels of preventive care. CDs and HSMs stated that capitalizing on the strengths of visiting pediatric

  3. A randomized trial of individual versus group-format exercise and self-management in individuals with Parkinson’s disease and comorbid depression

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    Sajatovic M

    2017-05-01

    Full Text Available Martha Sajatovic,1,2 Angela L Ridgel,3 Ellen M Walter,1,4 Curtis M Tatsuoka,1,2 Kari Colón-Zimmermann,2 Riane K Ramsey,2 Elisabeth Welter,2 Steven A Gunzler,1,4 Christina M Whitney,1,4 Benjamin L Walter1,4 1Department of Neurology, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, 2Neurological and Behavioral Outcomes Center, University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center, Cleveland, 3Department of Exercise Physiology, Kent State University, Kent, 4Movement Disorders Center, University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center, Cleveland, OH, USA Background: Depression is common in people with Parkinson’s disease (PD, and exercise is known to improve depression and PD. However, lack of motivation and low self-efficacy can make exercise difficult for people with PD and comorbid depression (PD-Dep. A combined group exercise and chronic disease self-management (CDSM program may improve the likelihood that individuals will engage in exercise and will show a reduction in depression symptoms. The purpose of this study was to compare changes in depression in PD-Dep between individual versus group exercise plus CDSM and to examine participant adherence and perception of the interventions.Methods: Participants (N=30 were randomized to either Enhanced EXerCisE thErapy for PD (EXCEED; group CDSM and exercise or self-guided CDSM plus exercise. Outcomes were change in depression assessed with the Montgomery–Asberg Depression Rating Scale (MADRS, cognition, apathy, anxiety, sleep, quality of life, motor function, self-efficacy, and patient satisfaction.Results: Both groups showed significant improvement in MADRS (P<0.001 with no significant group difference. Individuals in EXCEED group enjoyed the group dynamics but noted difficulty with the fixed-time sessions.Conclusion: Both group CDSM plus exercise and self-guided CDSM plus exercise can improve depression in PD-Dep. These findings suggest that development of a remotely delivered group-based CDSM format

  4. Use of Social Network Sites for Communication Among Health Professionals: Systematic Review.

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    Chan, Windy Sy; Leung, Angela Ym

    2018-03-28

    professionals in frontline clinical practice, professional networks, education, and training with limitations identified as technical knowledge, professionalism, and risks of data protection. The evolving use of SNSs necessitates robust research to explore the full potential and the relative effectiveness of SNSs in professional communication. ©Windy SY Chan, Angela YM Leung. Originally published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research (http://www.jmir.org), 28.03.2018.

  5. Five-year tracking of Plasmodium falciparum allele frequencies in a holoendemic area with indistinct seasonal transitions

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    Akala HM

    2014-11-01

    Full Text Available Hoseah M Akala, Angela O Achieng, Fredrick L Eyase, Dennis W Juma, Luiser Ingasia, Agnes C Cheruiyot, Charles Okello, Duke Omariba, Eunice A Owiti, Catherine Muriuki, Redemptah Yeda, Ben Andagalu, Jacob D Johnson, Edwin Kamau Global Emerging Infections Surveillance Program, United States Army Medical Research Unit-Kenya, Kenya Medical Research Institute, Walter Reed Project, Kisumu and Nairobi, Kenya Background: The renewed malaria eradication efforts require an understanding of the seasonal patterns of frequency of polymorphic variants in order to focus limited funds productively. Although cross-sectional studies in holoendemic areas spanning a single year could be useful in describing parasite genotype status at a given point, such information is inadequate in describing temporal trends in genotype polymorphisms. For Plasmodium falciparum isolates from Kisumu District Hospital, Plasmodium falciparum chloroquine-resistance transporter gene (Pfcrt-K76T and P. falciparum multidrug resistance gene 1 (PfMDR1-N86Y, were analyzed for polymorphisms and parasitemia changes in the 53 months from March 2008 to August 2012. Observations were compared with prevailing climatic factors, including humidity, rainfall, and temperature. Methods: Parasitemia (the percentage of infected red blood cells per total red blood cells was established by microscopy for P. falciparum malaria-positive samples. P. falciparum DNA was extracted from whole blood using a Qiagen DNA Blood Mini Kit. Single nucleotide polymorphism identification at positions Pfcrt-K76T and PfMDR1-N86Y was performed using real-time polymerase chain reaction and/or sequencing. Data on climatic variables were obtained from http://www.tutiempo.net/en/. Results: A total of 895 field isolates from 2008 (n=169, 2009 (n=161, 2010 (n=216, 2011 (n=223, and 2012 (n=126 showed large variations in monthly frequency of PfMDR1-N86Y and Pfcrt-K76T as the mutant genotypes decreased from 68.4%±15% and 38.1%±13% to

  6. Early stage and long term treatment of multiple sclerosis with interferon-β

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    Angela Applebee

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    Full Text Available Angela Applebee, Hillel PanitchDepartment of Neurology, University of Vermont College of Medicine, and Neurology Service, Fletcher Allen Health Care, Burlington, VT, USAAbstract: Multiple sclerosis (MS affects young adults during the most productive years of their lives, and until recently many neurologists were limited to treating symptoms and attacks without any ability to alter the disease course. The 1990s ushered in an era of possibility with the approval of three interferon-beta (IFNβ therapies for the treatment of MS. Though the mechanism of action of these agents is not completely understood, it is clear they reduce magnetic resonance imaging (MRI activity as well as improve clinical outcomes. The principal randomized, blinded, multicenter trials of IFNβ all point to the need for early treatment soon after the diagnosis of MS is made. Efficacy has also been shown in patients treated after a first demyelinating event. Data on IFNβ in the treatment of secondary progressive MS (SPMS is not impressive, although it shows some benefit in SPMS patients who continue to experience MRI activity and clinical relapses, signifying a continued inflammatory component to their disease. There has been no proven efficacy of IFNβ in the treatment of primary progressive MS (PPMS. The IFNβ therapies are generally well tolerated with a favorable side effect profile. Despite benefits in MRI and clinical measures such as relapse rates and Expanded Disability Status Scale progression, patients continue to exhibit clinical progression and radiological atrophy, pointing to confounding factors and perhaps multiple etiologies of a disease that is not yet fully understood. In addition, the subject of neutralizing antibodies has recently assumed importance. The significance of these on treatment efficacy is uncertain, and until a universally accepted reliable assay is adopted, the decision to change treatment continues to rely on the clinical interpretation of

  7. Effects of subthalamic nucleus deep brain stimulation on emotional working memory capacity and mood in patients with Parkinson's disease

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    Full Text Available Angela Merkl,1,2 Eva Röck,1 Tanja Schmitz-Hübsch,1,3 Gerd-Helge Schneider,4 Andrea A Kühn1,3,5 1Department of Neurology, Charité – University Medicine Berlin, Campus Virchow Klinikum, 2Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Charité – University Medicine Berlin, Campus Benjamin Franklin, 3NeuroCure, Charité – University Medicine Berlin, 4Department of Neurosurgery, Charité – University Medicine Berlin, Campus Virchow Klinikum, 5Berlin School of Mind and Brain, Charité – University Medicine Berlin, Berlin, Germany Background: In Parkinson’s disease (PD, cognitive symptoms and mood changes may be even more distressing for the patient than motor symptoms.Objective: Our aim was to determine the effects of bilateral subthalamic nucleus deep brain stimulation (STN-DBS on working memory (WM and mood.Methods: Sixteen patients with PD were assessed with STN-DBS switched on (DBS-ON and with dopaminergic treatment (Med-ON compared to switched off (DBS-OFF and without dopaminergic treatment (Med-OFF. The primary outcome measures were a Visual Analog Mood Scale (VAMS and an emotional 2-back WM task at 12 months after DBS in the optimal DBS-ON/Med-ON setting compared to DBS-OFF/Med-OFF.Results: Comparison of DBS-OFF/Med-OFF to DBS-ON/Med-ON revealed a significant increase in alertness (meanoff/off =51.59±24.54; meanon/on =72.75; P=0.016 and contentedness (meanoff/off =38.73±24.41; meanon/on =79.01±17.66; P=0.001, n=16, and a trend for reduction in sedation (P=0.060, which was related to stimulation as shown in a subgroup of seven patients. The N-back task revealed a significant increase in accuracy with DBS-ON/Med-ON compared to DBS-OFF/Med-OFF (82.0% vs 76.0%, respectively (P=0.044, regardless of stimulus valence.Conclusion: In line with previous studies, we found that patients rated themselves subjectively as more alert, content, and less sedated during short-term DBS-ON. Accuracy in the WM task increased with the combination of

  8. User preference for a portable syringe pump for iloprost infusion

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    Full Text Available Antonella Laria,1 Alfredo Maria Lurati,1 Katia Angela Re,1 Maria Grazia Marrazza,1 Daniela Mazzocchi,1 Alberto Farina,2 Magda Scarpellini,1 1Department of Rheumatology, Fornaroli Hospital, Magenta, Milan, Italy; 2Medical Affairs Department, Italfarmaco S.p.A., Cinisello Balsamo, Milan, Italy Purpose: Administration of intravenous iloprost – a first-line European League Against Rheumatism (EULAR-recommended choice for the treatment of scleroderma (SSc-related digital vasculopathy – requires repeated treatment cycles of 6 hours per day in a hospital setting. During the infusion, patient mobility is considerably restricted due to the size and fixity of traditional syringe pumps. The aim of this study was to evaluate the satisfaction level of patients and nurses, after the introduction of a new portable syringe pump (Infonde®, Italfarmaco S.p.A., Milan, Italy at the Department of Rheumatology, Magenta Hospital, Milan, Italy. Patients and methods: Thirty-four consecutive SSc patients receiving stable therapy with iloprost, previously administered with a fixed pump, were treated using the portable Infonde® pump. Patients (n=34 and nurses (n=4 were asked to answer a nine- and six-item questionnaire, respectively, to assess the satisfaction of the administration comparing the new device versus the previous one. The health care staff of the ward developed the questionnaire, and the response scores ranged from 0 (fixed device better to 10 (portable device better; thus a score >5 indicates a preference for Infonde®. Results: Patients' answers indicated a preference towards the new portable syringe pump, versus the previous fixed pump. Questionnaires administered to patients generated a total of 306 responses, with over 95% of the responses in the range 8–10, of which 89% had a score equal to 10. The responses of nurses showed a score equal to 10 in 100% cases. No significant adverse events were recorded, indicating no change in the tolerability

  9. Environmental policy plans in comparison. Main focus: emission; Umweltplaene im Vergleich. Schwerpunkt: Emissionen/Immissionen

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    2000-07-01

    This study compares the environmental policy plans of the Netherlands, Denmark, Austria, New Zealand, South-Korea and Switzerland as well as the draft of an ecopolitical programme of selective problems and measures established in 1998 by Angela Merkel, former Minister of the Environment. In this connection the main focus is on the one hand on the comparison of the reduction objectives referring to emissions of substances and on the other hand on the measures suggested in order to achieve these objectives. In addition, the report contains a summary of the EU-environmental plan as well as an insight into the draft of an environmental plan of Baden-Wuerttemberg. The top priority of the environment policy plans is the problem area 'climate change' followed by 'transport and traffic' and 'biodiversity and conservation'. For a big part, the quality of the plan's basic objectives and measures are similar. There are differences in the ideas about time and quantity concerning specific target values in order to reach an emission reduction of the individual substances. In the environmental policy plans 92 different substances in total are brought up in the discussion. Most of them are specified in the environmental policy plan of the Netherlands and in the German draft, and also in Austria's environmental plan. The environmental aims and the measures to reduce carbon dioxide (minimisation of the greenhouse effect), ozone layer-destroying substances (problems of CFC), sulphur dioxide (acidification, eutrophication), nitrogen oxide (acidification, ozone precursor), volatile organic compounds (VOC) (ozone precursor), nitrogen and phosphor discharge into the soil and water (eutrophication) as well as proposals for measures in the traffic and transport sector are compared with each other. The Dutch plan includes almost thoroughly quantitative specifications respectively precise temporal stipulations. Such detailed information is only given

  10. Selected Abstracts of the 20th National Congress of the Italian Society of Perinatal Medicine (Società Italiana di Medicina Perinatale, SIMP; Catania (Italy; March 22-24, 2018; Session “Perinatal Miscellanea”

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    Full Text Available 20th National Congress of the Italian Society of Perinatal Medicine (Società Italiana di Medicina Perinatale, SIMP Catania (Italy • March 22nd-24th, 2018SIMP PRESIDENTIrene CetinCONGRESS PRESIDENTSNicola Chianchiano, Angela Motta SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEEMariarosaria Di Tommaso, Gianpaolo Donzelli, Luca Ramenghi----------Guest Editors: Irene Cetin, Nicola Chianchiano, Angela Motta ----------Session “Perinatal Miscellanea”ABS 1. RISK FACTORS FOR CEREBRAL INJURY OF SURVIVORS AFTER SPONTANEOUS SINGLE FETAL DEMISE IN MONOCHORIONIC TWINS • M. Pellegrino, A. Turri, G. Pavone, T. Izzo, M.M. Lanna, S. Faiola, M.A. RusticoABS 2. PRENATAL DIAGNOSIS OF CORPUS CAL­LOSUM AGENESIS WITH ASSOCIATED INTER­HEMISPHERIC CYSTS: LONG-TERM OUTCOME IN 23 CHILDREN • S. Uccella, B. Berloco, D. Tortora, V. Capra, M. Ravegnani, D. Paladini, D. Pastorino, M.M. Mancardi, M. SeverinoABS 3. A COMPARISON BETWEEN THE FETAL AB­DOMINAL CIRCUMFERENCE DISTRIBUTION OF INTERGROWTH-21ST STANDARD VERSUS THE ITALIAN CUSTOMIZED FETAL GROWTH CHARTS IN DETECTING EARLY AND LATE ONSET SMALL FOR GESTATIONAL AGE INFANTS IN A HIGH-RISK POPULATION • E. Brunelli, D. Di Martino, F. Fusè, E. Ferrazzi, A. FarinaABS 4. UMBILICAL AND MIDDLE CEREBRAL ARTERY DOPPLER IN HYPERTENSIVE DISORDERS OF PREGNANCY: LOOKING BEYOND A NORMALLY GROWN FETUS • S. Salvi, S. Simeone, S. Moresi, E. Mastantuoni, S. Garofalo, F. Mecacci, S. De Carolis, A. Lanzone, S. FerrazzaniABS 5. THE IMPACT OF MATERNAL OBESITY ON PLACENTAL MODIFICATIONS AND INTRA­UTERINE FETAL DEATH • S. Fieni, A. Ferretti, M. Ambroggi, E.M. Silini, G. Pedrazzi, T. Ghi, T. FruscaABS 6. FOUR CASES OF NEONATAL LIMB ISCHEMIA WITH DIFFERENT ETIOLOGY • A. Turri, M. Pellegrino, G. Pavone, T. Izzo, S. Faiola, M.M. Lanna, M.A. Rustico, I. CetinABS 7. EFFECT OF POSITIVE URINE CULTURE AND VAGINAL SWAB ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PROGESTOGENS AS MAINTENANCE TO­COLYSIS: SECONDARY ANALYSIS OF THE PROTECT TRIAL • L. Pignatti, P. Vergani, M. Di

  11. Selected Abstracts of the 20th National Congress of the Italian Society of Perinatal Medicine (Società Italiana di Medicina Perinatale, SIMP; Catania (Italy; March 22-24, 2018; Session “Prematurity”

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    Full Text Available 20th National Congress of the Italian Society of Perinatal Medicine (Società Italiana di Medicina Perinatale, SIMP Catania (Italy • March 22nd-24th, 2018SIMP PRESIDENTIrene CetinCONGRESS PRESIDENTSNicola Chianchiano, Angela Motta SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEEMariarosaria Di Tommaso, Gianpaolo Donzelli, Luca Ramenghi----------Guest Editors: Irene Cetin, Nicola Chianchiano, Angela Motta ----------Session “Prematurity”ABS 1. EARLY PAIN EXPERIENCES AND NEONATAL CEREBRAL CONNECTIVITY EVALUATED WITH rs-FMRI AT TERM CORRECTED AGE • D. Tortora, C. Di Biase, M. Severino, A. Parodi, M. Malova, G. Morana, A. Rossi, L.A. RamenghiABS 2. PLACENTAL HISTOLOGY FINDINGS AS POS­SIBLE RISK FACTORS FOR MRI-DETECTED BRAIN LESIONS IN VLBW INFANTS • A. Parodi, M. Re, L. De Angelis, D. Brignole, M.P. Brisigotti, M.G. Calevo, M. Malova, A. Sannia, M. Severino, G. Morana, D. Tortora, A. Rossi, E. Fulcheri, L.A. RamenghiABS 3. PATTERN OF NEURODEVELOPMENTAL OUT­COME AT 2 YEARS OF CORRECTED AGE (CA IN ISOLATED LOW-GRADE INTRA­VENTRICULAR HEMORRHAGES VS LOW-GRADE CEREBELLAR HEMORRHAGES • A. Parodi, M. Malova, S. Uccella, L. Boeri, E. De Grandis, A. Sannia, M. Severino, G. Morana, D. Tortora, A. Rossi, E. Veneselli, L.A. RamenghiABS 4. TWIN PREGNANCY AND PRETERM BIRTH: FOCUS ON “AUTOPHAGY BIOMARKERS” AS REGULATORS OF THE IMMUNE RESPONSE • G. Di Rienzo, S. Paccosi, A. Parenti, E. Magro-Malosso, G. Sisti, M. Di Tommaso, F. PetragliaABS 5. THE ROLE OF ELASTOGRAPHY IN PREDICTING PRETERM BIRTH • G. Nazzaro, E. Salzano, R. Iazzetta, M. Miranda, M. LocciABS 6. MRI-DIAGNOSED WHITE MATTER LESIONS IN THE BRAIN OF VLBW BABIES: RISK FACTOR ANALYSIS • A. Parodi, S. Raffa, V. Cardiello, M. Malova, A. Sannia, M. Severino, G. Morana, D. Tortora, M.G. Calevo, A. Rossi, L.A. RamenghiABS 7. MATERNAL AND FETAL OUTCOMES IN TWIN OOCYTE DONATION PREGNANCIES: EXPERIENCE OF A TERTIARY REFERRAL OBSTETRIC ITALIAN CENTER • F. Fuse’, A. Turri, L. Primerano, O. Fornaciari, E

  12. Book reviews

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    Rich Puerto Rican Citizen: History and Political Identity in Twentieth-Century New York City, by Lorrin Thomas (reviewed by Jorge Duany Livestock, Sugar and Slavery: Contested Terrain in Colonial Jamaica, by Verene A. Shepherd (reviewed by Justin Roberts Daddy Sharpe: A Narrative of the Life and Adventures of Samuel Sharpe, a West Indian Slave Written by Himself, 1832, by Fred W. Kennedy (reviewed by Gad Heuman Becoming Rasta: Origins of Rastafari Identity in Jamaica, by Charles Price (reviewed by Jahlani A. Niaah Reggaeton, edited by Raquel Z. Rivera, Wayne Marshall & Deborah Pacini Hernandez (reviewed by Alexandrine Boudreault-Fournier Carriacou String Band Serenade: Performing Identity in the Eastern Caribbean, by Rebecca S. Miller (reviewed by Nanette de Jong Caribbean Visionary: A.R.F. Webber and the Making of the Guyanese Nation, by Selwyn R. Cudjoe (reviewed by Clem Seecharan Guyana Diaries: Women’s Lives Across Difference, by Kimberely D. Nettles (reviewed by D. Alissa Trotz Writers of the Caribbean Diaspora: Shifting Homelands, Travelling Identities, edited by Jasbir Jain & Supriya Agarwal (reviewed by Joy Mahabir Queen of the Virgins: Pageantry and Black Womanhood in the Caribbean, by M. Cynthia Oliver (reviewed by Tami Navarro Notions of Identity, Diaspora, and Gender in Caribbean Women’s Writing, by Brinda Mehta (reviewed by Marie-Hélène Laforest Authority and Authorship in V.S. Naipaul, by Imraan Coovadia (reviewed by A shley Tellis Typo/Topo/Poéthique sur Frankétienne, by Jean Jonassaint (reviewed by Martin Munro Creoles in Education: An Appraisal of Current Programs and Projects, edited by Bettina Migge, Isabelle Léglise & Angela Bartens (reviewed by Jeff Siegel Material Culture in Anglo-America: Regional Identity and Urbanity in the Tidewater, Lowcountry, and Caribbean, edited by David S. Shields (reviewed by Susan Kern Tibes: People, Power, and Ritual at the Center of the Cosmos

  13. Control genético del carácter número de frutos por planta y sus componentes en un cruzamiento dialélico entre cultivares de tomate "chonto", Lycopersicon esculentum Mill

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    Urrego P. Jorge E.

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    Full Text Available Se realizó el análisis genético del carácter número de frutos por planta y sus componentes utilizando un cruzamiento dialélico entre siete cultivares de tomate "chonto" (Ángela Gigante, Licapal- 21, Raminho, Olho Roxo, 1258, 1465, y 1507. El análisis genético-estadístico se efectuó utilizando la metodología desarrollada por Hayman (1954 a, 1954b. No se detectó evidencia de epistasis para ninguno de los caracteres estudiados y los datos experimentales se ajustaron al modelo aditivo-dominante. La acción génica aditiva y no aditiva participaron en forma conjunta y significativa en la expresión de los caracteres número de frutos por planta y número de inflorescencias por planta. Solamente la acción génica no aditiva participó en forma significativa en la expresión del carácter número de frutos por inflorescencia. Se detectó la presencia de sobredominacia en los tres caracteres estudiados. Se pudieron estimar los límites de selección para el carácter número de frutos por planta (34.12 y 3.15 y para el carácter número de frutos por inflorescencia (4.37 y 0.29 para padres completamente dominantes y recesivos, respectivamente. Para el carácter número de inflorescencias por planta, no fue posible estimarlos debido a la baja correlación presentada entre el grado de dominacia y el valor medio de los progenitores.Genetic analysis for fruits per plant, clusters per plant and fruits per cluster characters was carried out using a diallel crossing between seven "chonto" tomato cultivars (Angela Gigante, Licapal- 21, Raminho, Olho Roxo, 1258, 1465 and 1507. Was made a genetic- statistic analysis using the methodology developed by Hayman (1954 a, 1954b. There was no evidence of epistasis in any of characters studied and the experimental data are adjusted to the additive-dominant model. Additive gene action and non-additive gene action participate jointly and highly significant manner, in the fruits per plant, and clusters per

  14. Effects of hypercapnia on peripheral vascular reactivity in elderly patients with acute exacerbation of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

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    de Matthaeis A

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    Full Text Available Angela de Matthaeis,1 Antonio Greco,2,* Mariangela Pia Dagostino,2 Giulia Paroni,2 Andrea Fontana,3 Manlio Vinciguerra,1,4,5 Gianluigi Mazzoccoli,1,* Davide Seripa,2 Gianluigi Vendemiale61Division of Internal Medicine and Chronobiology Unit, 2Geriatrics Unit and Gerontology, Geriatrics Research Laboratory, Department of Medical Sciences, 3Unit of Biostatistics, IRCCS Casa Sollievo della Sofferenza, San Giovanni Rotondo, Foggia, 4Euro-Mediterranean Institute of Sciences and Technology, Palermo, Italy; 5University College London, Institute for Liver and Digestive Health, Division of Medicine, Royal Free Campus, London, UK; 6Geriatrics Unit, University of Foggia, Foggia, Italy*These authors contributed equally to this workAbstract: Blood acid-base imbalance has important effects on vascular reactivity, which can be related to nitric oxide (NO concentration and increased during hypercapnia. Release of NO seems to be linked to H+ and CO2 concentration and to exacerbation of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD, a common medical condition in the elderly. Flow-mediated dilation (FMD, a valuable cardiovascular risk indicator, allows assessment of endothelial-dependent vasodilation, which is to a certain extent mediated by NO. We investigated the effects of hypercapnia and acid-base imbalance on endothelial-dependent vasodilation by measurement of FMD in 96 elderly patients with acute exacerbation of COPD. Patients underwent complete arterial blood gas analysis and FMD measurement before (phase 1 and after (phase 2 standard therapy for acute exacerbation of COPD and recovery. Significant differences between phase 1 and phase 2 were observed in the mean values of pH (7.38±0.03 versus 7.40±0.02, P<0.001, pO2 (59.6±4.9 mmHg versus 59.7±3.6 mmHg, P<0.001, pCO2 (59.3±8.63 mmHg versus 46.7±5.82 mmHg, P<0.001, FMD (10.0%±2.8% versus 8.28%±2.01%, P<0.001 and blood flow rate (1.5±0.3 m/s versus 1.5±0.3 m/s, P=0.001. FMD values were

  15. Association Between Internet Use and Body Dissatisfaction Among Young Females: Cross-Sectional Analysis of the Canadian Community Health Survey.

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    Carter, Allison; Forrest, Jamie I; Kaida, Angela

    2017-02-09

    .88 (95% CI 0.35-2.21) to 3.03 (95% CI 1.19-7.70). Additionally, those who spent 11-14 hours online were more likely to be neutral (AOR 3.66, 95% CI 1.17-11.45) and those who spent 15-20 hours online were more likely to be neutral (AOR 4.36, 95% CI 1.18-16.13) or satisfied (AOR 2.82, 95% CI 1.14-7.01) with their bodies, relative to very satisfied, compared with those spending no time or 20 hours) on the Internet each week, and body dissatisfaction was significantly more likely among this group. Those who spent 11-20 hours online were also more likely to be less satisfied with their bodies. Efforts are needed to support girls and young women to achieve and maintain a positive body image in today's digital age. ©Allison Carter, Jamie I Forrest, Angela Kaida. Originally published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research (http://www.jmir.org), 09.02.2017.

  16. NASA Space Science Day Events-Engaging Students in Science

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    Foxworth, S.; Mosie, A.; Allen, J.; Kent, J.; Green, A.

    2015-01-01

    The NASA Space Science Day Event follows the same format of planning and execution at all host universities and colleges. These institutions realized the importance of such an event and sought funding to continue hosting NSSD events. In 2014, NASA Johnson Space Center ARES team has supported the following universities and colleges that have hosted a NSSD event; the University of Texas at Brownsville, San Jacinto College, Georgia Tech University and Huston-Tillotson University. Other universities and colleges are continuing to conduct their own NSSD events. NASA Space Science Day Events are supported through continued funding through NASA Discovery Program. Community Night begins with a NASA speaker and Astromaterials display. The entire community surrounding the host university or college is invited to the Community Night. This year at the Huston-Tillotson (HTU) NSSD, we had Dr. Laurie Carrillo, a NASA Engineer, speak to the public and students. She answered questions, shared her experiences and career path. The speaker sets a tone of adventure and discovery for the NSSD event. After the speaker, the public is able to view Lunar and Meteorite samples and ask questions from the ARES team. The students and teachers from nearby schools attended the NSSD Event the following day. Students are able to see the university or college campus and the university or college mentors are available for questions. Students rotate through hour long Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) sessions and a display area. These activities are from the Discovery Program activities that tie in directly with k- 12 instruction. The sessions highlight the STEM in exploration and discovery. The Lunar and Meteorite display is again available for students to view and ask questions. In the display area, there are also other interactive displays. Angela Green, from San Jacinto College, brought the Starlab for students to watch a planetarium exhibit for the NSSD at Huston

  17. A taxonomic monograph of the genus Dodomeira Bellò & Baviera,  a new genus of Peritelini from Sicily (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Entiminae).

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    Bello, Cesare; Osella, Giuseppe; Baviera, Cosimo

    2017-10-13

    The genus Dodomeira Bellò & Baviera gen. n. of the tribe Peritelini Lacordaire (1863) (Curculionidae: Entiminae) which includes 39 species is described. Seven species are transferred from Pseudomeira Stierlin, 1881: Dodomeira confusa (Pierotti, 2012) comb. n., Dodomeira exigua (Stierlin, 1861) comb. n., Dodomeira ficuzzensis (Bellò & Baviera, 2011) comb. n., Dodomeira himerensis (Bellò & Baviera, 2011) comb. n., Dodomeira petrensis (Bellò & Baviera, 2011) comb. n., Dodomeira pfisteri (Stierlin, 1864) comb. n., Dodomeira trinacriae (Bellò & Baviera, 2011) comb. n.. Thirty-two species are new for science and here described: Dodomeira adrianae Bellò & Baviera sp. n., Dodomeira alta Bellò & Baviera sp. n., Dodomeira angelae Bellò & Baviera sp. n., Dodomeira asinelliensis Bellò & Baviera sp. n., Dodomeira belicensis Bellò & Baviera sp. n., Dodomeira bertoni Bellò & Baviera sp. n., Dodomeira calatina Bellò & Baviera sp. n., Dodomeira caoduroi Bellò & Baviera sp. n. n., Dodomeira elima Bellò & Baviera sp. n., Dodomeira enzoi Bellò & Baviera sp. n., Dodomeira fossor Bellò & Baviera sp. n., Dodomeira forbicionii Bellò & Baviera sp. n., Dodomeira genistae Bellò & Baviera sp. n., Dodomeira giustoi Bellò & Baviera sp. n., Dodomeira hiemalis Bellò & Baviera sp. n., Dodomeira ibleiensis Bellò & Baviera sp. n., Dodomeira illuminatae Bellò & Baviera sp. n., Dodomeira juliae Bellò & Baviera sp. n., Dodomeira laliaensis Bellò & Baviera sp. n., Dodomeira magrinii Bellò & Baviera sp. n., Dodomeira montivaga Bellò & Baviera sp. n., Dodomeira margheritae Bellò & Baviera sp. n., Dodomeira maritimaensis Bellò & Baviera sp. n., Dodomeira nobilis Bellò & Baviera sp. n., Dodomeira paladinii Bellò & Baviera sp. n., Dodomeira sabellai Bellò & Baviera sp. n., Dodomeira saccoi Bellò & Baviera sp. n., Dodomeira sicana Bellò & Baviera sp. n., Dodomeira sicelidis Bellò & Baviera sp. n., Dodomeira siderea Bellò & Baviera sp. n., Dodomeira silvanae Bellò & Baviera

  18. Experimental and field investigations on uprooting of riparian vegetation

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    balance between drag and resisting forces acting on the single plant. In order to compare experimental results with real river conditions, we also performed field measurements of Salix Purpurea resistance to uprooting on a lateral bar in the Ombrone Pistoiese river. Ongoing research is focused on i) the definition of threshold criteria for the prediction of vegetation uprooting, ii) interpretation, by means of numerical modelling, of vegetation removal on a lateral bar in the Ombrone Pistoiese river during a flood that occurred on 19th November 2016. References Bywater-Reyes, Sharon, Andrew C Wilcox, John C Stella, and Anne F Lightbody. 2015. 'Flow and Scour Constraints on Uprooting of Pioneer Woody Seedlings'. Water Resources Research 51 (11): 9190-9206. Corenblit, Dov, Eric Tabacchi, Johannes Steiger, and Angela M Gurnell. 2007. 'Reciprocal Interactions and Adjustments between Fluvial Landforms and Vegetation Dynamics in River Corridors: A Review of Complementary Approaches'. Earth-¬-Science Reviews 84(1): 56-86. Edmaier, K, P Burlando, and P Perona. 2011. 'Mechanisms of Vegetation Uprooting by Flow in Alluvial Non- Cohesive Sediment'. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 15(5): 1615-1627.

  19. Thin minimal rim width at Bruch’s membrane opening is associated with glaucomatous paracentral visual field loss

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    Full Text Available Elise V Taniguchi,1–3 Eleftherios I Paschalis,1,2 Dejiao Li,1,4 Kouros Nouri-Mahdavi,5 Stacey C Brauner,1 Scott H Greenstein,1 Angela V Turalba,1 Janey L Wiggs,1 Louis R Pasquale,1,6 Lucy Q Shen1 1Department of Ophthalmology, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts Eye and Ear, Boston, MA, 2Boston Keratoprosthesis Laboratory, Massachusetts Eye and Ear – Schepens Eye Research Institute, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA; 3Department of Ophthalmology, Universidade Federal de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil; 4Department of Ophthalmology, Beijing China-Japan Friendship Hospital, Beijing, People’s Republic of China; 5Department of Ophthalmology, David Geffen School of Medicine and Stein Eye Institute, Los Angeles, CA, USA; 6Channing Division of Network Medicine, Department of Medicine, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA Purpose: To compare optic nerve head (ONH measurements in glaucomatous eyes with paracentral visual field (VF loss to eyes with peripheral VF loss and controls.Methods: Open-angle glaucoma (OAG patients with early paracentral VF loss or isolated peripheral VF loss as well as control subjects underwent ONH imaging with swept-source optical coherence tomography (OCT and retinal nerve fiber layer (RNFL imaging with spectral-domain OCT. Minimum rim width at Bruch’s membrane opening (BMO-MRW, lamina cribrosa depth (LCD, and RNFL thickness were compared among the glaucoma and control groups with one-way analysis of variance, Kruskal–Wallis test, and multiple regression analysis.Results: Twenty-nine eyes from 29 OAG patients (15 early paracentral and 14 isolated peripheral VF loss and 20 eyes of 20 control subjects were included. The early paracentral and isolated peripheral VF loss groups had similar VF mean deviation (MD (–5.3±2.7 dB and –3.7±3.0 dB, p=0.15, respectively. Global BMO-MRW was lower in OAG eyes than in controls (193.8±40.0 vs 322.7±62.2 µm, p<0.001, but similar

  20. The effects of sulodexide on both clinical and molecular parameters in patients with mixed arterial and venous ulcers of lower limbs

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    Full Text Available Raffaele Serra,1,2,* Luca Gallelli,3,* Angela Conti,1 Giovanni De Caridi,4 Mafalda Massara,4 Francesco Spinelli,4 Gianluca Buffone,1 Francesco Giuseppe Caliò,5 Bruno Amato,6 Simona Ceglia,7 Giuseppe Spaziano,8 Luca Scaramuzzino,9 Alessia Giovanna Ferrarese,10 Raffaele Grande,1 Stefano de Franciscis1,2 1Interuniversity Center of Phlebolymphology (CIFL, International Research and Educational Program in Clinical and Experimental Biotechnology, University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro, Catanzaro, Italy; 2Department of Medical and Surgical Sciences, University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro, Catanzaro, Italy; 3Department of Health Sciences, University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro, Catanzaro, Italy; 4Cardiovascular and Thoracic Department, University of Messina, Messina, Italy; 5Unit of Vascular Surgery, S Anna Hospital, Catanzaro, Italy; 6Department of Clinical Medicine and Surgery, University of Naples Federico II, Naples, Italy; 7Department of Experimental and Clinical Medicine, University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro, Catanzaro, Italy; 8Department of Experimental Medicine, Second University of Naples, Naples, Italy; 9University Campus BioMedico of Rome, Rome, Italy; 10Department of General Surgery, University of Turin, Turin, Italy *These authors contributed equally to this work Background: Mixed venous and arterial ulcers account for approximately 15%–30% of all venous leg ulcerations. Several studies have shown that matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs and neutrophil gelatinase-associated lipocalin (NGAL play a central role in the pathophysiology of venous and arterial diseases. Some studies have shown the efficacy of glycosaminoglycans, such as sulodexide (SDX, in treating patients with leg ulcers. The aim of this study was to evaluate clinical effects of SDX and its correlation with MMPs and NGAL expression in patients with mixed arterial and venous leg ulcers. Methods: Patients eligible for this study were of both sexes, older than 20 years, and with a

  1. PREFACE: 11th International Spring Seminar on Nuclear Physics: Shell Model and Nuclear Structure - achievements of the past two decades

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    shell model. Then, as usual, the program of the meeting consisted of general talks and more specialized contributions, which covered five main topics: i) From nuclear forces to nuclear structure; ii) Exploring nuclear structure toward the drip line; iii) Role of the shell model in the study of exotic nuclei; iv) Nuclear structure aspects outside the shell model; and v) Special topics. The main conclusions were drawn in two keynote talks given by Amand Faessler and Franco Iachello. The Conference had about 90 participants from some 20 countries [please see the list of participants]. This is well in line with the tradition of these meetings, as is the fact that more than 50% of the present participants attended one or more of the previous Seminars. We received 58 manuscripts out of the 73 invited papers and contributions presented at the Seminar. All of these have been peer reviewed and are collected in this volume. We would like to thank all the colleagues who have acted as referees to assess the suitability of the various articles for publication in the Journal of Physics: Conference Series. We are confident that the high quality of both invited and contributed papers contained in these Proceedings will be appreciated by the nuclear physics community. We gratefully acknowledge the members of the Advisory Committee for their valuable cooperation in preparing the scientific program as well as the financial support of the Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare, the University of Naples Federico II, and the Dipartimento di Fisica who helped make the Seminar possible. Angela Gargano Luigi Coraggio Nunzio Itaco Editors

  2. PTK7 as a potential prognostic and predictive marker of response to adjuvant chemotherapy in breast cancer patients, and resistance to anthracycline drugs

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    Full Text Available Beyhan Ataseven,1,2 Angela Gunesch,2 Wolfgang Eiermann,3 Ronald E Kates,4 Bernhard Högel,5 Pjotr Knyazev,6 Axel Ullrich,6 Nadia Harbeck4 1Department of Gynecology and Gynecologic Oncology, Kliniken Essen-Mitte, Essen, Germany; 2Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics, Rotkreuzklinikum Munich, Munich, Germany; 3Department of Gynecology and Oncology, Interdisciplinary Oncology Center Munich, Munich, Germany; 4Breast Center, Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics, Ludwig-Maximilian-University Munich, Munich, Germany; 5Department of Pathology, Rotkreuzklinikum Munich, Munich, Germany; 6Department of Molecular Biology, Max-Planck-Institute of Biochemistry, Martinsried, Germany Abstract: Biomarkers predicting resistance to particular chemotherapy regimens could play a key role in optimally individualized treatment concepts. PTK7 (protein tyrosine kinase 7 belongs to the receptor tyrosine kinase family involved in several physiological, but also malignant, cell behaviors. Recent studies in acute myeloid leukemia have associated PTK7 expression with resistance to anthracycline therapy. PTK7 mRNA expression in primary tumor tissue (PTT and corresponding lymph node tissue (LNT were retrospectively measured in 117 patients with early breast cancer; PTK7 expression was available in 103 PTT and 108 LNT samples. Median age was 60 years (range, 27–87 years. At a median follow-up of 28.5 months, 6 deaths and 16 recurrences had occurred. PTK7 expression correlations with clinicopathological features were computed and PTK7 expression effects on patient outcome were analyzed in three cohorts defined by adjuvant treatment: anthracycline-based treatment, other chemotherapy regimens (including taxane or other substances, or no chemotherapy. Association of PTK7 expression with clinicopathological features was seen only for age in PTT and nodal stage in LNT. High LN PTK7 was associated with poorer disease-free survival (DFS in the total population (3-year

  3. An eHealth Project on Invasive Pneumococcal Disease: Comprehensive Evaluation of a Promotional Campaign.

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    Panatto, Donatella; Domnich, Alexander; Gasparini, Roberto; Bonanni, Paolo; Icardi, Giancarlo; Amicizia, Daniela; Arata, Lucia; Carozzo, Stefano; Signori, Alessio; Bechini, Angela; Boccalini, Sara

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    . Similarly, the postintervention daily trend in the number of users was positive, with a relative increase of 0.9% (95% CI 0.0%-1.8%) for the app and 1.4% (95% CI 0.7%-2.1%) for the website. Demographics differed between app and website users and Facebook fans. A total of 69.15% (10,793/15,608) of users could be defined as being at risk of IPD, while 4729 users expressed intentions to ask their doctor for further information on IPD. The mean app quality score assigned by end users was approximately 79.5% (397/500). Despite its specific topic, Pneumo Rischio was accessed by a considerable number of users, who ranked it as a high-quality project. In order to reach their target populations, however, such projects should be promoted. ©Donatella Panatto, Alexander Domnich, Roberto Gasparini, Paolo Bonanni, Giancarlo Icardi, Daniela Amicizia, Lucia Arata, Stefano Carozzo, Alessio Signori, Angela Bechini, Sara Boccalini. Originally published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research (http://www.jmir.org), 02.12.2016.

  4. The effect of intravitreal bevacizumab and ranibizumab on cutaneous tensile strength during wound healing

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    Full Text Available John B Christoforidis,1 Jillian Wang,2 Angela Jiang,2 James Willard,5 Cedric Pratt,2 Mahmoud Abdel-Rasoul,3 Sashwati Roy,4 Heather Powell51Department of Ophthalmology and Vision Science, College of Medicine, The University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, USA; 2Department of Ophthalmology, College of Medicine, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USA; 3Center for Biostatistics, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USA; 4Center Surgery, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USA; 5Department of Materials Science, College of Engineering, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USAPurpose: To investigate the effect of intravitreal bevacizumab and ranibizumab on wound tension and by histopathology during cutaneous wound healing in a rabbit model and to compare this effect to placebo intravitreal saline controls 1 and 2 weeks following intravitreal injection.Methods: A total of 120 New Zealand white rabbits were randomly assigned to one of three treatment groups each consisting of 40 rabbits. Each group received intravitreal injections of bevacizumab, ranibizumab, or normal saline. Immediately afterwards, each rabbit underwent four 6 mm full-thickness dermatologic punch biopsies. Twenty rabbits from each agent group underwent wound harvesting on day 7 or day 14. The skin samples were stained for CD34 for vascular endothelial cells on day 7, and maximal wound tensile load was measured on days 7 and 14. Quantitative assessment of mean neovascularization (MNV scores was obtained from 10 contiguous biopsy margin 400× fields of CD34-stained sections by two independent observers.Results: Wound tension reading means (N with standard error and adjusted P-values on day 7 were: saline placebos, 7.46 ± 0.87; bevacizumab, 4.50 ± 0.88 (P = 0.041; and ranibizumab, 4.67 ± 0.84 (P = 0.025. On day 14 these were: saline placebos, 7.34 ± 0.55; bevacizumab, 6.05 ± 0.54 (P = 0.18; and ranibizumab 7.99 ± 0.54 (P = 0.40. MNV scores in CD34 stained sections were

  5. Book Reviews

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    Full Text Available Chris Ballard, Paula Brown, R. Michael Bourke, Tracy Harwood (eds; The sweet potato in Oceania; A reappraisal (Peter Boomgaard Caroline Hughes; The political economy of Cambodia’s transition, 1991-2001 (Han Ten Brummelhuis Richard Robison, Vedi Hadiz; Reorganising power in Indonesia; The politics of oligarchy in an age of markets (Marleen Dieleman Michael W. Charney; Southeast Asian warfare, 1300-1900 (Hans Hägerdal Daniel Perret, Amara Srisuchat, Sombun Thanasuk (eds; Études sur l´histoire du sultanat de Patani (Mary Somers Heidhues Joel Robbins; Becoming sinners; Christianity and moral torment in a Papua New Guinea society (Menno Hekker Mujiburrahman; Feeling threatened; Muslim-Christian relations in Indonesia’s New Order (Gerry van Klinken Marie-Odette Scalliet; De Collectie-Galestin in de Leidse Universiteitsbibliotheek (Dick van der Meij James Neil Sneddon; Colloquial Jakartan Indonesian (Don van Minde James Leach; Creative land; Place and procreation on the Rai coast of Papua New Guinea (Dianne van Oosterhout Stanley J. Ulijaszek (ed.; Population, reproduction and fertility in Melanesia (Dianne van Oosterhout Angela Hobart; Healing performances of Bali; Between darkness and light (Nathan Porath Leo Suryadinata (ed.; Admiral Zheng He and Southeast Asia (Roderich Ptak Ruth Barnes; Ostindonesien im 20. Jahrhundert; Auf den Spuren der Sammlung Ernst Vatter (Reimar Schefold Marie-Antoinette Willemsen; Een missionarisleven in brieven; Willem van Bekkum, Indië 1936-1998 (Karel Steenbrink Marie-Antoinette Willemsen; Een pionier op Flores; Jilis Verheijen (1908-1997, missionaris en onderzoeker (Karel Steenbrink Akitoshi Shimizu, Jan van Bremen (eds; Wartime Japanese anthropology in Asia and the Pacific (Fridus Steijlen Lilie Roosman; Phonetic experiments on the word and sentence prosody of Betawi Malay and Toba Batak (Uri Tadmor Jamie D. Saul; The Naga of Burma; Their festivals, customs

  6. Mujeres militantes en el movimiento de Derechos Humanos de Argentina. El caso Tucumán

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    Full Text Available Cet article analyse quelques caractéristiques de mouvements défenseurs des Droits de l'Homme dans la province de Tucuman (Argentine en mettant en exergue le militantisme des femmes dans ces organisations à partir de témoignages de : Laura Figueroa, avocate des Droits de l'Homme pour « l'Asociación de abogados por los derechos humanos », une organisation qui avait une petite mais intense participation au cours des premières années de transition vers la démocratie ; Sara Mrad, la principale leader de "Madres...mayo" dans la région de Tucuman, depuis 1981 jusqu'à nos jours ; Angela Nassif, la dirigeante historique du Parti Communiste Révolutionnaire dans la région du Tucuman et l’une des fondatrices de « l'Asamblea por los Derechos Humanos » dans cette province en 1984, et enfin Josefina Centurión, militante au H.I.JO.S Tucuman.El artículo pretende analizar algunas de las características del movimiento de derechos humanos de Tucumán, destacando la participación femenina en estas organizaciones a partir del testimonio de cuatro militantes : Laura Figueroa, abogada por los derechos humanos y ex miembro de la Asociación de Abogados por los derechos humanos, organización que tuvo una breve pero intensa vida en la transición democrática en la provincia de Tucumán ; Sara Mrad, referente del movimiento de Madres de Plaza de Mayo filial Tucumán desde los comienzos de la agrupación en 1981 hasta la actualidad ; Ángela Nassif, histórica dirigente del Partido Comunista Revolucionario y quien fuera una de las fundadoras de la Asamblea Permanente por los Derechos Humanos en Tucumán en 1984 ; y finalmente Josefina Centurión, activa militante en la organización H.I.J.O.S. en Tucumán.This paper aims to analyze some characteristics of de Human Right movement of Tucumán (Argentina stressing the militancy of women in those organizations, based on the testimonies of: Laura Figueroa, Lawyer of Human Right causes and

  7. Selected Abstracts of the 20th National Congress of the Italian Society of Perinatal Medicine (Società Italiana di Medicina Perinatale, SIMP; Catania (Italy; March 22-24, 2018; Session “Perinatal medicine”

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    Full Text Available 20th National Congress of the Italian Society of Perinatal Medicine (Società Italiana di Medicina Perinatale, SIMP Catania (Italy • March 22nd-24th, 2018SIMP PRESIDENTIrene CetinCONGRESS PRESIDENTSNicola Chianchiano, Angela Motta SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEEMariarosaria Di Tommaso, Gianpaolo Donzelli, Luca Ramenghi----------Guest Editors: Irene Cetin, Nicola Chianchiano, Angela Motta ----------Session “Perinatal medicine”ABS 1. INDUCTION OF LABOR IN CONSTITUTIONALLY SMALL FOR GESTATIONAL AGE FETUSES AT TERM OF PREGNANCY: DOES GESTATIONAL AGE IMPACT DELIVERY OUTCOME? • R. Cuzzola, V. Seravalli, E. Magro-Malosso, G. Rovero, F. Perelli, M. Di Tommaso, F. PetragliaABS 2. PREDICTION OF PRETERM BIRTH IN ASYMPTOMATIC WOMEN WITH REDUCED CERVICAL LENGTH: A PROSPECTIVE STUDY ON MATERNAL INFLAMMATORY MARKERS • C. Linari, E. Magro-Malosso, S. Paccosi, A. Parenti, V. Seravalli, M. Di Tommaso, F. PetragliaABS 3. MULTIVARIABLE EVALUATION OF THE MATERNAL HEMODYNAMIC PROFILE IN HIGH-RISK PREGNANCIES COMPLICATED BY INTRAUTERINE GROWTH RESTRICTION: A PROSPECTIVE STUDY • D. Di Martino, E. Ferrazzi, M. Garbin, F. Fusè, T. Izzo, J. Duvekot, A. FarinaABS 4. REGIONAL AUDIT SYSTEM IMPLEMENTA­TION FOR STILLBIRTH: A WAY TO BETTER UNDERSTAND AND TARGET THE PHENOMENON • G. Po’, F. Monari, F. Zanni, C. Lupi, F. Facchinetti1 for the Regional Audit System for Stillbirth GroupABS 5. FETAL GENDER PAIRING AND OBSTETRIC OUTCOME IN TWIN PREGNANCY: A 7-YEARS RETROSPECTIVE STUDY AT SINGLE CENTRE • S. Vannuccini, C. Linari, M. Aldinucci, M. Di Tommaso, F. PetragliaABS 6. INOSITOL STEREOISOMERS SUPPLEMENTA­TION AND INCIDENCE OF GESTATIONAL DIABETES MELLITUS IN WOMEN AT HIGH RISK OF THIS DISORDER • G. Pavone, B. Matarrelli, D. Buca, M. Leombroni, E. Vitacolonna, P.A. Mattei, C. CelentanoABS 7. CESAREAN SECTION: DELAYED CORD CLAMPING OR MILKING? • S. Consonni, I. Vaglio Tessitore, C. Conti, C. Plevani, F. Torcasio, A. Pintucci, F. Bonati, A. LocatelliABS 8. ARABIN

  8. Preface: SciDAC 2006

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    /output, management, movement, and storage challenges. If scientific discovery is expected to keep apace with the continuing progression from tera- to petascale platforms, the vital alliance between domain scientists, applied mathematicians, and computer scientists will be even more crucial. During the SciDAC 2006 Conference, some of the future challenges and opportunities in interdisciplinary computational science were emphasized in the Advanced Architectures Panel and by Dr. Victor Reis, Senior Advisor to the Secretary of Energy, who gave a featured presentation on `Simulation, Computation, and the Global Nuclear Energy Partnership.' Overall, the conference provided an excellent opportunity to highlight the rising importance of computational science in the scientific enterprise and to motivate future investment in this area. As Michael Strayer, SciDAC Program Director, has noted: `While SciDAC may have started out as a specific program, Scientific Discovery through Advanced Computing has become a powerful concept for addressing some of the biggest challenges facing our nation and our world.' Looking forward to next year, the SciDAC 2007 Conference will be held from June 24-28 at the Westin Copley Plaza in Boston, Massachusetts. Chairman: David Keyes, Columbia University. The Organizing Committee for the SciDAC 2006 Conference would like to acknowledge the individuals whose talents and efforts were essential to the success of the meeting. Special thanks go to Betsy Riley for her leadership in building the infrastructure support for the conference, for identifying and then obtaining contributions from our corporate sponsors, for coordinating all media communications, and for her efforts in organizing and preparing the conference proceedings for publication; to Tim Jones for handling the hotel scouting, subcontracts, and exhibits and stage production; to Angela Harris for handling supplies, shipping, and tracking, poster sessions set-up, and for her efforts in coordinating and

  9. Selected Abstracts of the 20th National Congress of the Italian Society of Perinatal Medicine (Società Italiana di Medicina Perinatale, SIMP; Catania (Italy; March 22-24, 2018; Session “New Frontiers in Perinatal Medicine”

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    Full Text Available 20th National Congress of the Italian Society of Perinatal Medicine (Società Italiana di Medicina Perinatale, SIMP Catania (Italy • March 22nd-24th, 2018SIMP PRESIDENTIrene CetinCONGRESS PRESIDENTSNicola Chianchiano, Angela Motta SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEEMariarosaria Di Tommaso, Gianpaolo Donzelli, Luca Ramenghi----------Guest Editors: Irene Cetin, Nicola Chianchiano, Angela Motta ----------Session “New Frontiers in Perinatal Medicine”ABS 1. CLINICAL AND METABOLIC OUTCOMES IN PREG­NANT WOMEN AT RISK FOR GDM SUPPLEMENTED WITH MYO-INOSITOL. A SEC­ONDARY ANALYSIS FROM 3 RCTS • A. Santamaria, A. Alibrandi, A. di Benedetto, B. Pintaudi, F. Corrado, F. Facchinetti, R. d’AnnaABS 2. PRE AND POST-NATAL CEREBRAL HEMO­DYNAMICS: CORRELATION WITH BIRTH WEIGHT, BASE ACID BALANCE AND NEO­NATAL OUTCOME • D. Buca, F. D’Antonio, F. Fanfani, S. Gustapane, M. Leombroni, L. Di Tizio, A. Ricciardulli, M. LiberatiABS 3. ROLE OF GLYCEMIC CONTROL IN THE DE­VELOPMENT OF PREECLAMPSIA IN DIA­BETIC WOMEN • S. Ottanelli, C. Serena, S. Simeone, M.P. Rambaldi, F. MecacciABS 4. MATERNAL NUTRITION AND LIFESTYLE AS PREDICTORS OF PLACENTAL FUNCTION IN THE FIRST TRIMESTER OF PREGNANCY • I. di Bartolo, F. Parisi, C. Melinte, I. CetinABS 5. ADHERENCE TO MEDITERRANEAN DIET, WEIGHT GAIN AND THICKNESS SKINFOLD IN NORMAL WEIGHT PREGNANT WOMEN WITH OR WITHOUT GESTATIONAL DIABETES MELLITUS • A. Spadafranca, S. Digiacomo, A. Battezzati, S. Bertoli, I. Cetin, E. FerrazziABS 6. THE ROLE OF ULTRASONOGRAPHY IN PRENATAL DIAGNOSIS OF CONGENITAL VASCULAR ANOMALIES • T. Izzo, S. Faiola, M. Lanna, L. Spaccini, E. Cattaneo, V. Baraldini, A. Turri, M.A. RusticoABS 7. THREE-DIMENSIONAL AUTOMATED MEASURE OF THE FETAL THIGH IN HIGH-RISK PREG­NANCIES TO PREDICT FETAL WEIGHT • T. Izzo, E. Ferrazzi, A. Farina, S. Rigano, V. Signorelli, M. Elisabetta, F. Fusè, D. Di MartinoABS 8. IMPACT OF BLADDER FILLING ON UTERINE ARTERY BLOOD FLOW INDICES IN THE FIRST TRIMESTER OF PREGNANCY

  10. Preface: SciDAC 2007

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    even the `Right-brain Night' featuring artistic statements, both reverent and irreverent, by computational scientists, inspired by their work. The organizers thank the sponsors for their generosity in attracting participants to these informal occasions with sumptuous snacks and beverages: AMD, Cray, DataDirect, IBM, SGI, SiCortex, and the Institute of Physics. A conference as logistically complex as SciDAC 2007 cannot possibly and should not be executed primarily by the scientists, themselves. It is a great pleasure to acknowledge the many talented staff that contributed to a productive time for all participants and nearperfect adherence to schedule. Chief among them is Betsy Riley, currently detailed from ORNL to the program office in Germantown, with degrees in mathematics and computer science, but a passion for organizing interdisciplinary scientific programs. Betsy staffed the organizing committee during the year of telecon meetings leading up to the conference and masterminded sponsorship, invitations, and the compilation of the proceedings. Assisting her from ORNL in managing the program were Daniel Pack, Angela Beach, and Angela Fincher. Cynthia Latham of ORNL performed admirably in website and graphic design for all aspects of the online and printed materials of the meeting. John Bui, John Smith, and Missy Smith of ORNL ran their customary tight ship with respect to audio-visual execution and capture, assisted by Eric Ecklund and Keith Quinn of the Westin. Pamelia Nixon-Hartje of Ambassador Services was personally invaluable in getting the most out of the hotel and its staff. We thank Jeff Nichols of ORNL for managing the primary subcontract for the meeting. The SciDAC tutorial program was a joint effort of Professor John Negele of MIT, David Skinner, PI of the SciDAC Outreach Center, and the SciDAC 2007 Chair. Sponsorship from the Outreach Center in the form of travel scholarships for students, and of the local area SciDAC university delegation of BU, Harvard

  11. PREFACE: Kelvin and Ireland

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    organisation on the day of the meeting. We also acknowledge financial support from the IOP in London, and in particular thank Susan Lippmann and John Brindley. We also thank Peter Ford, present Chair of the History of Physics Group at the IOP for general encouragement and helping us to obtain this finance. The meeting was also supported by Queen's University Belfast. We would thank Tom Millar, Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Science for arranging this support. We were supremely fortunate to be allowed to use the magnificent Great Hall, a highly suitable room for the meeting since among the portraits on the walls were many of those referred to in the talks, and even one of the speakers! Catering and audiovisual services were also very helpful. From the School of Mathematics and Physics at Queen's, we would acknowledge the considerable help of Angela Anderson and Margaret Hewitt. We would also thank Kevin Mulhern, who arranged for publicity, Lisa Mitchell who provided the publicity in a splendid way, and also Eugene McCusker and Claire Wilson. Juliet Chantler of Northern Visions prepared an enthralling TV programme around the event and we are very grateful to her also. Joe Millar of the Ulster Scots Agency also publicised the meeting and we thank him as well. David Livingstone gave general support and chaired the morning session, for which we are grateful, and of course we would like to thank all the speakers who were responsible for the meeting being interesting and enjoyable. We would mention Andrew Holmes who gave a very erudite paper at the meeting. Unfortunately, since his material is being published elsewhere, we have not been able to include his contribution here, but he has given helpful advice on the preparation of this volume. Finally we would like to thank Graham Douglas, the Publisher of Journal of Physics: Conference Series for his courtesy and helpfulness in the preparation of this volume.

  12. 6th International Symposium on Molecular Allergology (ISMA

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    complex clinical pattern syndrome Inês Mota, Filipe Benito Garcia, Angela Gaspar, Cristina Arêde, Susana Piedade, Graça Sampaio, Graça Pires, Luís Miguel Borrego, Cristina Santa-Marta, Mário Morais-Almeida CC2 IgE sensitization profile in a patient with asteraceae pollen-exotic fruits association Florin-Dan Popescu, Mariana Vieru, Florin-Adrian Secureanu CC3 Food-dependent: exercise induced anaphylaxis. Which component to blame? Rosa Anita Rodrigues Fernandes, Isabel Carrapatoso, Raquel Gomes, Celso Pereira, Ana Todo-Bom CC4 Anaphylaxis to intravenous iron preparations in a patient that tolerates oral administration María Cecilia Martín Fernández De Basoa, Javier Barrios Regio, Juan De Castro Cordova, Antón Fernández Ferreiro CC5 IgE sensitization pattern in an adult patient with oral allergy syndrome to peanuts and pollinosis from southern Romania Florin-Dan Popescu, Mariana Vieru, Florin-Adrian Secureanu CC6 Evidence of specific IgE to plant-derived cross-reactive carbohydrate determinant in a patient with delayed anaphylaxis to red meat Mariana Vieru, Florin-Dan Popescu, Florin-Adrian Secureanu POSTER PRESENTATIONS Poster Session 1: Molecular allergology and epidemiology P1 Atopic children produce stronger and more frequent IgG responses than non-atopic children: longitudinal data from the German MAS birth cohort Olympia Tsilochristou, Serena Perna, Alina Schwarz, Alexander Rohrbach, Antonio Cappella, Laura Hatzler, Carl-Peter Bauer, Ute Hoffmann, Johannes Forster, Fred Zepp, Antje Schuster, Raffael D’amelio, Ulrich Wahn, Thomas Keil, Susanne Lau, Paolo Maria Matricardi P2 The IgG sensitization profiles against 112 allergenic components support the absence of a protective role of IgG in allergic individuals, outside of the context of SIT Pol André Apoil, Claire Mailhol, Anne Broué-Chabbert, Agnès Juchet, Alain Didier, Elodie Carrer, Thomas Lanot, Antoine Blancher P3 The immune response against the timothy grass pollen allergen Phl p 5 in non

  13. Book Reviews

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    ,Indonesian electoral behaviour; A statistical perspective. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2004, xli + 429 pp. [Indonesia's Population Series 2.], Evi Nurvida Arifin, Leo Suryadinata (eds -Hans Hägerdal, Arnaud Leveau, Le destin des fils du dragon; L'influence de la communauté chinoise au Viêt Nam et en Thaïlande. Paris: L'Harmattan, Bangkok: Institut de Recherche sur l'Asie de Sud Est Contemporaine, 2003, xii + 88 pp. -Han Bing Siong, A.W.H. Massier, Van recht naar hukum; Indonesische juristen en hun taal, 1915-2000. (Privately published, 2003, xiii + 234 pp. [PhD thesis, Leiden University.] -David Hicks, Andrew Berry, Infinite tropics; An Albert Russel Wallace anthology, with a preface by Stephen Jay Gould. London: Verso, 2002, xviii + 430 pp. -Carool Kersten, J. van Goor, Indische avonturen; Opmerkelijke ontmoetingen met een andere wereld. Den Haag: Sdu Uitgevers, 2000, 294 pp. -Lisa Migo, Robert Martin Dumas, 'Teater Abdulmuluk' in Zuid-Sumatra; Op de drempel van een nieuwe tijdperk. Leiden: Onderzoekschool CNWS, School voor Aziatische, Afrikaanse en Amerindische Studies, 2000, 345 pp. -John N. Miksic, Claude Guillot ,Historie de Barus, Sumatra; Le site de Lobu Tua; II; Étude archéologique et documents. Paris: Association Archipel, 2003, 339 pp. [Cahier d'Archipel 30.], Marie-France Dupoizat, Daniel Perret (eds -Sandra Niessen, Traude Gavin, Iban ritual textiles. Leiden: KITLV Press, 2003, xi + 356 pp. [Verhandelingen 205.] -Frank Okker, Jan Lechner, Uit de verte; Een jeugd in Indië 1927-1946. Met een nawoord van Gerard Termorshuizen. Leiden: KITLV Uitgeverij, 2004, 151 pp. [Boekerij 'Oost en West'.] -Angela Pashia, William D. Wilder, Journeys of the soul; Anthropological studies of death, burial and reburial practices in Borneo. Phillips ME: Borneo Research Council, 2003, vix + 366 pp. [Borneo Research Council Monograph Series 7.] -Jonathan H. Ping, Huub de Jonge ,Transcending borders; Arabs, politics, trade and Islam in Southeast Asia. Leiden

  14. Book Reviews

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    Sarawak. London: British Museum Press, 2003, vi + 154 pp. [Occasional paper 143.] -Dick van der Meij, Andrée Jaunay, Exploration dans la presqu île malaise par Jacques de Morgan 1884. Paris: CNRS Éditions, 2003, xiv + 268 pp. Avec les contributions de Christine Lorre, Antonio Guerreiro et Antoine Verney. -Toon van Meijl, Richard Eves, The magical body; Power, fame and meaning in a Melanesian society. Amsterdam: Harwood academic, 1998, xxii + 302 pp. [Studies in Anthropology and History 23.] -Otto van den Muijzenberg, Florentino Rodao ,The Philippine revolution of 1896; Ordinary lives in extraordinary times. Quezon city: Ateneo de Manila University Press, 2001, xx + 303 pp., Felice Noelle Rodriguez (eds -Frank Okker, Kees Snoek, Manhafte heren en rijke erfdochters; Het voorgeslacht van E. du Perron op Java. Leiden: KITLV Uitgeverij, 2003, 103 pp. [Boekerij 'Oost en West'.] (met medewerking van Tim Timmers -Oona Thommes Paredes, Greg Bankoff, Cultures of disaster; Society and natural hazard in the Philippines, 2003, xviii + 232 pp. London: RoutledgeCurzon, 2003, xviii + 232 pp. -Angela Pashia, Lake' Baling, The old Kayan religion and the Bungan religious reform. Translated and annotated by Jérôme Rousseau. Kota Samarahan: Unit Penerbitan Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, 2002, xviii + 124 pp. [Dayak studies monographs, Oral literature series 4.] -Anton Ploeg, Susan Meiselas, Encounters with the Dani; Stories from the Baliem Valley. New York: International center of photography, Göttingen: Steidl, 2003, 196 pp. -Nathan Porath, Robert W. Hefner, The politics of multiculturalism; Pluralism and citizenship in Malaysia, Singapore, and Indonesia. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, 2001, ix + 319 pp. -Jan van der Putten, Timothy P. Barnard, Multiple centres of authority; Society and environment in Siak and eastern Sumatra, 1674-1827. Leiden: KITLV Press, 2003, xvi + 206 pp. [Verhandelingen 210.] -Jan Piet Puype, David van Duuren, Krisses; A critical bibliography. Wijk en

  15. Do Galaxies Follow Darwinian Evolution?

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    , France, who coordinates the VIMOS VLT Deep Survey team that made the discovery. "They suggest that galaxies as we see them today are the product of their inherent genetic information, evolved over time, as well as complex interactions with their environments, such as mergers." Scientists have known for several decades that galaxies in the Universe's past look different to those in the present-day Universe, local to the Milky Way [3]. Today, galaxies can be roughly classified as red, when few or no new stars are being born, or blue, where star formation is still ongoing. Moreover, a strong correlation exists between a galaxy's colour and the environment it resides in: the more sociable types found in dense clusters are more likely to be red than the more isolated ones. By looking back at a wide range of galaxies of a variety of ages, the astronomers were aiming to study how this peculiar correlation has evolved over time. "Using VIMOS, we were able to use the largest sample of galaxies currently available for this type of study, and because of the instrument's ability to study many objects at a time we obtained many more measurements than previously possible," said Angela Iovino, from the Brera Astronomical Observatory, Italy, another member of the team. The team's discovery of a marked variation in the 'colour-density' relationship, depending on whether a galaxy is found in a cluster or alone, and on its luminosity, has many potential implications. The findings suggest for example that being located in a cluster quenches a galaxy's ability to form stars more quickly compared with those in isolation. Luminous galaxies also run out of star-forming material at an earlier time than fainter ones. They conclude that the connection between galaxies' colour, luminosity and their local environment is not merely a result of primordial conditions 'imprinted' during their formation - but just as for humans, galaxies' relationship and interactions can have a profound impact on their

  16. Über dieses Heft

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    -personalisierte Darstellungsverfahren in dieser Umbruchphase einerseits Kontingenz reduzieren und andererseits die Wissensinhalte authentifizieren können. Im naturwissenschaftlichen Diskurs des 20. Jahrhunderts, mit dem Angela Gencarelli sich in ihrem Beitrag beschäftigt, sind wissenschaftliche Artikel von narrativen Darstellungsverfahren bereinigt. Eine Textsorte, in der Erzählen jedoch weiterhin stattfindet, ist die Entdeckungsgeschichte, die retrospektive Erzählung des Wegs hin zu einer Entdeckung. Am Beispiel von Max Planck zeigt Gencarelli auf, dass Entdeckungsgeschichten, dadurch, dass sie auch Irrtümer und Sackgassen auf diesem Weg beschreiben, ein reflexives Meta-Wissen über die Bewältigung physikalischer Problemstellungen erzeugen, das für zukünftige Forschungen genutzt werden kann.Ebenfalls zwei Beiträge gehen der Frage nach, ob fiktionale Texte Wissen hervorbringen können. Carolin Struwe-Rohr tut dies am Beispiel einer Erzählung aus Martin Montanus’ frühneuzeitlicher Schwanksammlung Wegkürzer, in der zwei Formen des Wissens – das tradierte und abstrakte ‚feste Wissen‘ und das narrativ geformte Erfahrungswissen – konfligieren. Die Bestände des festen Wissens werden Struwe-Rohr zufolge in der Schwankerzählung narrativ erprobt und erweisen sich dabei als brüchig, wodurch im Gegenzug das Erfahrungswissen autorisiert und zugleich die Möglichkeit eröffnet wird, neues (d.h. nicht tradiertes Wissen zu generieren. Tilmann Köppe und Julia Langkau gehen davon aus, dass fiktionale Texte strenggenommen zwar kein propositionales Wissen über die Welt vermitteln können, dass sie jedoch eine bestimmte Form von Wissen im Leser hervorbringen können, nämlich Wissen über das eigene Selbst (knowledge of the self: Denn durch die Konfrontation mit Situationen, Ereignissen und Figuren in fiktionalen Geschichten, auf die wir reagieren, erfahren wir etwas darüber, wer wir sind.Eine ganz andere Art von Wissen wird in dem Beitrag von Jan Söffner und Esther Schomacher thematisiert

  17. Challenges of the Energiewende from a policy analysis perspective. Understanding the goals and improving the policy instruments of Germany's energy transition

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    Joas, Fabian

    2017-01-01

    Germany is currently restructuring its energy system, an endeavor its chancellor, Angela Merkel, called the project of the century. This Energiewende has moved into rough waters in recent years. The relatively high and rapidly growing shares of fluctuating renewable energy sources (mainly wind and photovoltaic) have led to numerous technical and socio-economic challenges. The unclear and sometimes contradictory policy goals of the Energiewende as well as suboptimally designed policy instruments in key areas of the Energiewende are the two major areas of concerns of this dissertation. The aim of this dissertation is to contribute to the solution of selected challenges of the Energiewende in the context of goals and policy instruments. In this regard, the following four research questions are addressed: 1. What are the goals of the Energiewende and how do they interact with the design of policy instruments? 2. What are the impacts of the German nuclear phase-out on the electricity market and the security of supply? 3. How do different designs of support mechanisms for renewable energy affect the riskdistribution between society, investors in renewable energy and investors in conventional power plants? 4. What is the impact of ex-post transaction costs on the cost-effectiveness of selected climate policy instruments? The main results and the subsequent policy conclusions of this thesis can be summarized as follows: The research on the goals of the Energiewende was based on a survey among elite policy actors, which showed that climate protection is the most important goal of the Energiewende. However, climate protection is neither the only goal, nor an indispensable one. Additional goals such as the nuclear phase-out, import independence from fossil fuels and job creation also play an important role. A large majority agrees that the Energiewende would make sense even if climate change did not exist. The following policy conclusions can be derived: first, there should

  18. Challenges of the Energiewende from a policy analysis perspective. Understanding the goals and improving the policy instruments of Germany's energy transition

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    Joas, Fabian

    2017-05-19

    Germany is currently restructuring its energy system, an endeavor its chancellor, Angela Merkel, called the project of the century. This Energiewende has moved into rough waters in recent years. The relatively high and rapidly growing shares of fluctuating renewable energy sources (mainly wind and photovoltaic) have led to numerous technical and socio-economic challenges. The unclear and sometimes contradictory policy goals of the Energiewende as well as suboptimally designed policy instruments in key areas of the Energiewende are the two major areas of concerns of this dissertation. The aim of this dissertation is to contribute to the solution of selected challenges of the Energiewende in the context of goals and policy instruments. In this regard, the following four research questions are addressed: 1. What are the goals of the Energiewende and how do they interact with the design of policy instruments? 2. What are the impacts of the German nuclear phase-out on the electricity market and the security of supply? 3. How do different designs of support mechanisms for renewable energy affect the riskdistribution between society, investors in renewable energy and investors in conventional power plants? 4. What is the impact of ex-post transaction costs on the cost-effectiveness of selected climate policy instruments? The main results and the subsequent policy conclusions of this thesis can be summarized as follows: The research on the goals of the Energiewende was based on a survey among elite policy actors, which showed that climate protection is the most important goal of the Energiewende. However, climate protection is neither the only goal, nor an indispensable one. Additional goals such as the nuclear phase-out, import independence from fossil fuels and job creation also play an important role. A large majority agrees that the Energiewende would make sense even if climate change did not exist. The following policy conclusions can be derived: first, there should

  19. Book Reviews

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    ,Living with the Puerto Rico Shore. José Gonzalez Liboy & William J. Neal. Durham: Duke University Press, 1995. xx + 193 pp., Richard M.T. Webb, Lisbeth Hyman (eds -Bonham C. Richardson, David Barker ,Environment and development in the Caribbean: Geographical perspectives. Mona, Kingston: The Press-University of the West Indies, 1995. xv + 304 pp., Duncan F.M. McGregor (eds -Alma H. Young, Anthony T. Bryan ,Distant cousins: The Caribbean-Latin American relationship. Miami: North-South-Center Press, 1996. iii + 132 pp., Andrés Serbin (eds -Alma H. Young, Ian Boxill, Ideology and Caribbean integration. Mona, Kingston: The Press-University of the West Indies, 1993. xiii + 128 pp. -Stephen D. Glazier, Howard Gregory, Caribbean theology: Preparing for the challenges ahead. Mona, Kingston: Canoe Press, University of the West Indies, 1995. xx + 118 pp. -Lise Winer, Richard Allsopp, Dictionary of Caribbean English usage. With a French and Spanish supplement edited by Jeanette Allsopp. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1996. lxxviii + 697 pp. -Geneviève Escure, Jacques Arends ,Pidgins and Creoles: An introduction. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 1995. xiv + 412 pp., Pieter Muysken, Norval Smith (eds -Jacques Arends, Angela Bartens, Die iberoromanisch-basierten Kreolsprachen: Ansätze der linguistischen Beschreibung. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 1995. vii + 345 pp. -J. Michael Dash, Richard D.E. Burton, Le roman marron: Études sur la littérature martiniquaise contemporaine. Paris: L'Harmattan. 1997. 282 pp.

  20. Editor's welcome, PORTAL Vol. 3, No. 2, July 2006

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    contains two essays in its general academic section. François Provenzano’s ‘Francophonie et études francophones: considérations historiques et métacritiques sur quelques concepts majeurs’ offers a sustained meditation and critique of the discourse of Francophonic unity, and suggests a range of possible critical directions for future research into the study of French-speaking zones, peoples and cultures. Barbara Elizabeth Hanna and Juliana de Nooy’s ‘The Seduction of Sarah: Travel Memoirs and Intercultural Learning’, focuses on a big-selling memoir that was also something of a media-sensation on its publication in Australia in 2002, expatriate Australian journalist Sarah Turnbull’s account of her ambivalent ‘new life’ in Paris, France, after her marriage to a local: Almost French: A New Life in Paris. Interested in Turnbull’s autobiography as a potentially useful and productive classroom text for demonstrating, and enabling discussion of, intercultural difference, the authors’ rich analysis demonstrates that such texts present a host of problems to the teacher keen to work with students’ self-critical capacities to locate themselves in international and transcultural frameworks. We are delighted, as well, to present three cultural works in this issue: Katherine Elizabeth Clay’s evocative ‘comic’ narrative of study abroad, ‘From Penrith to Paris,’ itself a lively visual-textual antidote to Turnbull’s ambivalently romanticized view of (not-quite-belonging in Paris (as discussed by Hanna and de Nooy in this issue; a typically idiosyncratic satire about the current German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, from Anthony Stephens, expertly deploying an ancient Celtic narrative verse form; and California-based Chicana writer Susana Chávez-Silverman’s code-switching chronicle/crónica, ‘Oda a la ambigüedad Crónica,’ a beautifully concise exploration of loss and the sensory regime of memorialisation. Paul Allatson, Chair, PORTAL Editorial

  1. Impact of enzyme replacement therapy and hematopoietic stem cell transplantation in patients with Morquio A syndrome

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    Full Text Available Shunji Tomatsu,1,2 Kazuki Sawamoto,1 Carlos J Alméciga-Díaz,3 Tsutomu Shimada,1 Michael B Bober,1 Yasutsugu Chinen,4 Hiromasa Yabe,5 Adriana M Montaño,6 Roberto Giugliani,7 Francyne Kubaski,1,8 Eriko Yasuda,1 Alexander Rodríguez-López,3 Angela J Espejo-Mojica,3 Oscar F Sánchez,9 Robert W Mason,1 Luis A Barrera,3 William G Mackenzie,1 Tadao Orii2 1Nemours/Alfred I duPont Hospital for Children, Wilmington, DE, USA; 2Department of Pediatrics, Gifu University, Gifu, Japan; 3Institute for the Study of Inborn Errors of Metabolism, School of Sciences, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogotá, Colombia; 4Department of Pediatrics, Faculty of Medicine, University of the Ryukyus, Okinawa, 5Department of Cell Transplantation and Regenerative Medicine, Tokai University School of Medicine, Isehara, Japan; 6Department of Pediatrics, Saint Louis University, St Louis, MO, USA; 7Medical Genetics Service/HCPA and Department of Genetics/UFRGS, Porto Alegre, Brazil; 8Department of Biological Sciences, University of Delaware, Newark, DE, 9School of Chemical Engineering, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, USA Abstract: Patients with mucopolysaccharidosis IVA (MPS IVA can present with systemic skeletal dysplasia, leading to a need for multiple orthopedic surgical procedures, and often become wheelchair bound in their teenage years. Studies on patients with MPS IVA treated by enzyme replacement therapy (ERT showed a sharp reduction on urinary keratan sulfate, but only modest improvement based on a 6-minute walk test and no significant improvement on a 3-minute climb-up test and lung function test compared with the placebo group, at least in the short-term. Surgical remnants from ERT-treated patients did not show reduction of storage materials in chondrocytes. The impact of ERT on bone lesions in patients with MPS IVA remains limited. ERT seems to be enhanced in a mouse model of MPS IVA by a novel form of the enzyme tagged with a bone

  2. 2016 SPD: Day 3

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    2016-06-01

    Editors note:This week were in Boulder, Colorado at the47th meeting of the AAS Solar Physics Division (SPD). Follow along to catch some of the latest news from the field of solar physics!Yesterdayspress conference was titled Preparing for the 2017 Great American Eclipse. Four speakers highlighted both outreach and research projects that are planned for the eclipse that will cross the continental United States on August 21st next year.Eclipse from High AltitudeFirst up, Angela Des Jardins (Montana Space Grant Consortium) introduced us to the nationwide Eclipse Ballooning Project.An eclipse as seen from the ISS. Being up high gives you a very different perspective on eclipses! [NASA]The last total solar eclipse in the continental United States was in 1979, and people were told to stay inside and watch from their TVs! For the next total solar eclipse in the US, we want the opposite: for everyone to be outdoors and in the path of totality to watch (with eclipse glasses lets be safe)! This eclipse is a fantastic educational opportunity, and a way to reach an enormous audience.And what better way to experience the eclipse than to be involved? The Eclipse Ballooning Project is involving more than 50 student teams from 30 states to fly high-altitude balloons at 20 locations along the total eclipse path. These balloons will send live videos and images from the edge of space to the NASA website.Why? Being someplace high up provides an entirely different view for an eclipse! Instead of looking up to watch the Moon slide in front of the Sun, you can look down to watch the Moons shadow race across the Earths surface at thousands of miles per hour. This unique perspective is rare, and has certainly never been covered live. This will be an awesome addition to other coverage of the eclipse!At Maximum TotalityThe next speaker, Gordon Emslie, described the outreach efforts planned at his institution, Western Kentucky University (WKU). The location where the eclipse totality will

  3. Preface: SciDAC 2005

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    2005-01-01

    the natural world is realized. For the computational scientist, enabling such workflows presents myriad, signiflcant challenges, and it is computer scientists that are called upon at such times to address these challenges. Simulations are currently generating data at the staggering rate of tens of TeraBytes per simulation, over the course of days. In the next few years, these data generation rates are expected to climb exponentially to hundreds of TeraBytes per simulation, performed over the course of months. The output, management, movement, analysis, and visualization of these data will be our key to unlocking the scientific discoveries buried within the data. And there is no hope of generating such data to begin with, or of scientific discovery, without stable computing platforms and a sufficiently high and sustained performance of scientific applications codes on them. Thus, scientific discovery in the realm of computational science at the TeraScale and beyond will occur at the intersection of science, applied mathematics, and computer science. The SciDAC Program was constructed to mirror this reality, and the pages that follow are a testament to the efficacy of such an approach. We would like to acknowledge the individuals on whose talents and efforts the success of SciDAC 2005 was based. Special thanks go to Betsy Riley for her work on the SciDAC 2005 Web site and meeting agenda, for lining up our corporate sponsors, for coordinating all media communications, and for her efforts in processing the proceedings contributions, to Sherry Hempfling for coordinating the overall SciDAC 2005 meeting planning, for handling a significant share of its associated communications, and for coordinating with the ORNL Conference Center and Grand Hyatt, to Angela Harris for producing many of the documents and records on which our meeting planning was based and for her efforts in coordinating with ORNL Graphics Services, to Angie Beach of the ORNL Conference Center for her efforts

  4. The 15th Biannual National Congress of the South African Society of Psychiatrists, 10-14 August 2008, Fancourt, George, W Cape

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    and body Oye Gureje 15. Child and adolescent psychopharmacology: Current trends and complexities S M Hawkridge 16. Integrating mental illness, suicide and religion Volker Hitzeroth 17. Cost of acute inpatient mental health care in a 72-hour assessment uniy A B R Janse van Rensburg, W Jassat 18. Management of Schizophrenia according to South African standard treatment guidelines A B R Janse van Rensburg 19. Structural brain imaging in the clinical management of psychiatric illness F Y Jeenah 20. ADHD: Change in symptoms from child to adulthood S A Jeeva, A Turgay 21. HIV-Positive psychiatric patients in antiretrovirals G Jonsson, F Y Jeenah, M Y H Moosa 22. A one year review of patients admitted to tertiary HIV/Neuropsychiatry beds in the Western Cape John Joska, Paul Carey, Ian Lewis, Paul Magni, Don Wilson, Dan J Stein 23. Star'd - Critical review and treatment implications Andre Joubert 24. Options for treatment-resistent depression: Lessons from Star'd; an interactive session Andre Joubert 25. My brain made me do it: How Neuroscience may change the insanity defence Sean Kaliski 26. Child andadolescent mental health services in four African countries Sharon Kleintjies, Alan Flisher, Victoruia Campbell-Hall, Arvin Bhana, Phillippa Bird, Victor Doku, Natalie, Drew, Michelle Funk, Andrew Green, Fred Kigozi, Crick Lund, Angela Ofori-Atta, Mayeh Omar, Inge Petersen, Mental Health and Poverty Research Programme Consortium 27. Individualistic theories of risk behaviour Liezl Kramer, Volker Hitzeroth 28. Development and implementation of mental health poliy and law in South Africa: What is the impact of stigma? Ritsuko Kakuma, Sharon Kleintjes, Crick Lund, Alan J Flisher, Paula Goering, MHaPP Research Programme Consortium 29. Factors contributing to community reintegration of long-term mental health crae users of Weskoppies Hospital Carri Lewis, Christa Kruger 30. Mental health and poverty: A systematic review of the research in low- and middle-income countries Crick Lund

  5. AAS 228: Day 1 afternoon

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    2016-06-01

    is less likely to see, and vice versa. Angela Berti detected the signal of galactic conformity all the way to redshift z=1, an effect that makes galaxies more likely to be found around neighbors that are very similar (in terms of color or shape) than different kinds. Georgiana Ogrean closed the session by showing a merger between two galaxies that is not producing a strong shock front. 112: Astronomy Education for All: The 2017 Eclipse, Accessibility and NASA (by Meredith Rawls)This afternoon session kicked off with an advertisement for US-based astronomers favorite upcoming event: the 2017 Solar Eclipse. Jay Pasachoff reviewed plans for the August 21, 2017 event and pointed us to resources about choosing the best viewing site and what to expect on the momentous day. We also heard from Denise Smith, Jim Manning, and Daniel McIntosh about various NASA-funded efforts for education and outreach in the classroom and beyond. A sampling of NASA education and outreach resources compiled over several years, presented by Jim Manning #aas228 pic.twitter.com/T41gdHFoDv Meredith Rawls (@merrdiff) June 13, 2016The other two talks from this session focused on the newly-formed AAS Working Group for Accessibility and Disability and what the astronomical community can do to cultivate a more accessible culture. Speakers Jackie Monkiewicz and Lauren Gilbert described how and why inaccessibility is driving people away from the field: by requiring people with disabilities to disclose those disabilities, by maintaining inaccessible buildings and observatories, by acting inappropriately when accommodations are requested, and by not working well in advance of a course or event to anticipate the needs of people with disabilities. To learn more about what you can do to make astronomy accessible, and what efforts are already underway (including right here at AAS 228), see these resources compiled by AstroBetter.Press Conference: From Molecules to Galaxies (by Leonardo dos Santos

  6. PREFACE: Liquid-solid interfaces: structure and dynamics from spectroscopy and simulations Liquid-solid interfaces: structure and dynamics from spectroscopy and simulations

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    Gaigeot, Marie-Pierre; Sulpizi, Marialore

    2012-03-01

    Ishiyama, Hideaki Takahashi and Akihiro Morita A theoretical study of the sum frequency vibrational spectroscopy of the carbon tetrachloride/water interface Anthony J Green, Angela Perry, Preston B Moore and Brian Space Salt effects on water/hydrophobic liquid interfaces: a molecular dynamics study Chao Zhang and Paolo Carloni Density functional theory-based simulations of sum frequency generation spectra involving methyl stretching vibrations: effect of the molecular model on the deduced molecular orientation and comparison with an analytical approach F Cecchet, D Lis, Y Caudano, A A Mani, A Peremans, B Champagne and J Guthmuller Towards modelling the vibrational signatures of functionalized surfaces: carboxylic acids on H-Si(111) surfaces Conrard Giresse Tetsassi Feugmo, Benoît Champagne, Yves Caudano, Francesca Cecchet, Yves J Chabal and Vincent Liégeois

  7. Editorial

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    2008-11-01

    questões que estão longe de se limitar a uma época. Gören Sonnesson também apresenta sua contribuição ao debate ao discutir, no âmbito da fotografia, o problema da interpretação na cultura, dentro de uma perspectiva semiótica. Com isso, a seção apresenta a metalinguagem, a interação e a interpretação como campos conceituais indispensáveis à compreensão, numa perspectiva semiótica, de determinados problemas dessa cultura que que não esconde o domí­nio das mí­dias de seu tempo. Na seção de artigos, Galáxia oferece análises mais pontuais sobre temas e objetos que se inserem nesse panorama teórico. Florence Mí¨ridieu nos honra com um artigo que abre estrategicamente a seção: ao discutir o lugar do corpo nos ambientes virtuais, criados pela linguagem de sí­ntese numérica, a autora toma o estranhamento como uma forma de exercí­cio crí­tico, de metalinguagem, de interpretação. Para isso, ela examina as propostas de trabalhos criados à luz da interatividade das novas mí­dias. André Parente, também situado no mundo das novas tecnologias da comunicação, discute algumas alterações da subjetividade face à comunicação em rede. A preocupação com a metalinguagem como exercí­cio crí­tico está presente também no artigo de Mirna Feitoza Pereira situada no universo das chamadas "velhas mí­dias". Trata-se de uma análise da semioticização da linguagem jornalí­stica, construí­da à revelia dos profissionais que a exercitam. Sincretismo de linguagem é o que Ana Sí­lvia Médola persegue em seu artigo de análise da novela Terra Nostra. Servindo-se de instrumentos teóricos da semiótica discursiva, a autora fornece ao leitor pistas para a leitura da novela, não como mero produto de entretenimento da cultura midiática, mas como texto complexo que não se reduz à mera seqÁencialização de episódios narrativos. O artigo de Angela Prysthon sobre o cinema novo trouxe uma dupla contribuição para esse número de

  8. News & Announcements

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    News from Journal House Journal Ambassadors, 1999 What do the people listed below have in common? A search of our records indicates that each has been a participant in our Journal Ambassador program during 1999. Guy Anderson Jim Becvar Jerry Bell Jim Birk Diane Bunce Ann Cartwright Thomas Clark Jane Crosby Maria Dean Art Ellis Donald Elswick Tommy Franklin Babu George Paul Heath Angela Hoffman Lynn Hogue J. J. Lagowski Frank Lambert Dorothy Lehmkuhl George Lelevre Scott Luaders Jane McMullen Marci Merritt Carl Minnier Richard Narske Ron Perkins Gabriel Pinto Dick Potts Herb Retcofsky Jerry Sarquis Elke Schoffers Sara Selfe Uni Susskind J. Mark Tolman John Varine Dawn Wakeley Marla White Those who are a part of this program take materials about the Journal to workshops, outreach programs, seminars, regional meetings, award nights, short courses, and other events at home and abroad, places where people who are interested in chemical education gather. Given about three weeks notice, we can outfit you with a variety of materials that will help others get tuned in to the good things that are happening in chemical education. We can send you an assortment of Journal issues, subscription forms, our Publications/Software Catalog, reprints from the Viewpoints series, copies of Classroom Activities, or JCE Gift Award Certificates, assuming that supplies are available. Of course we can arrange for the group to have temporary access to JCE Online. We can send you a brochure about the Ambassador program or answer any questions - just ask: email to jce@chem.wisc.edu; phone 1-800-991-5534 (U.S.) or 608-262-5153 (non-U.S.); fax 608-265-8094. If by chance you were a Journal Ambassador in 1999 but your name was not included, just let us know so that you can be recognized in a future column. Gift Subscription Awards As spring, the season of awards, approaches, we remind you of our handy Gift Certificates (a replica is shown on page 142). A gift of the Journal is not only affordable

  9. EDITORIAL: Where next with global environmental scenarios? Where next with global environmental scenarios?

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    O'Neill, Brian; Pulver, Simone; Van Deveer, Stacy; Garb, Yaakov

    2008-12-01

    facing environmental change processes that are emerging as some of the most pressing challenges of our time. Acknowledgements We would like to thank the Global Environment Program at the Watson Institute for International Studies at Brown University and the US Environmental Protection Agency for financially supporting publication of this focus issue. Focus on Global Environmental Scenarios Contents Predicting, deciding, learning: can one evaluate the 'success' of national climate scenarios? Mike Hulme and Suraje Dessai Learning from global emissions scenarios Brian C O'Neill and Nebojsa Nakicenovic Scenarios in society, society in scenarios: toward a social scientific analysis of storyline-driven environmental modeling Yaakov Garb, Simone Pulver and Stacy D VanDeveer Useful global-change scenarios: current issues and challenges E A Parson Evolving practices in environmental scenarios: a new scenario typology Angela Wilkinson and Esther Eidinow Notes Note1 The workshop was held in March 2007, jointly sponsored by the Watson Institute for International Studies at Brown University, the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) in Austria, and the US National Intelligence Council. See http://www.watsoninstitute.org/ge/scenarios/ for more information.

  10. NARRATIVE: A short history of my life in science A short history of my life in science

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    Manson, Joseph R.

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    Professor J Peter Toennies of the Max-Planck-Institut für Strömungsforschung in Göttingen, Germany (now the Max-Planck-Institut für Dynamik und Selbstorganization). Toennies was already, at that time, a major figure in the areas of physics and chemistry that use molecular and atomic beams. This was just a few years after he, with graduate student Bruce Doak, had succeeded in the first measurements of surface specific phonons using He atom scattering and, in particular, had obtained complete dispersion relations for Rayleigh modes. This was precisely the type of experiment that Celli, Cabrera and I had suggested over a decade earlier, so our research interests were an excellent match. Our work that summer with graduate student Christof Wöll and postdoc Angela Lahee developed experimental and theoretical methods for measuring the presence of isolated atomic or molecular adsorbates on surfaces. This initial visit led to a long and productive period of research on many aspects of He atom scattering from surfaces, and almost every summer from then through 1997 was spent in the very pleasant and historic city of Göttingen, which still has visible roman ruins and many old German buildings dating from the 1500s. This period was marked by interactions and collaborations with many of the graduate students, postdocs and visitors to the Toennies lab. Many of these collaborations continue to some extent even today, and include work with Andrew Graham, John Ellis, Frank Hofmann, Massimo Bertino, Robert Grisenti, Alexi Glebov, Wieland Schöllkopf, Walter Silvestri and Horst-Günter Rubahn. It was also during this period that I developed a long friendship and scientific collaboration with Jim Skofronick and Sanford Safron of the Department of Physics at Florida State University. Both were frequent visitors to the Toennies laboratory, and our collaboration extended far beyond our overlapping stays there. Among the fondest memories of visits to Göttingen are the many long walks and