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  1. Geoffrey H. Hartman

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    Schatz-Jakobsen, Claus

    1988-01-01

    Artiklen beskriver udviklingen i Geoffrey Hartmans kritik fra fænomenologi til dekonstruktion som bestemt af hans stadigt mere fascinerede beskæftigelse med den engelske romantiske digter William Wordsworth.......Artiklen beskriver udviklingen i Geoffrey Hartmans kritik fra fænomenologi til dekonstruktion som bestemt af hans stadigt mere fascinerede beskæftigelse med den engelske romantiske digter William Wordsworth....

  2. The Pope comes to CERN

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    Anon.

    1982-09-15

    CERN unaccustomedly bathed in the full glare of international publicity on 15 June when Pope John Paul II chose to include the European Laboratory for Particle Physics on his schedule during a long-awaited visit to Geneva. Closely following his special mission to Argentina during the conflict in the South Atlantic, the Supreme Pontiff's visit to Geneva was arranged around the 2000-delegate International Labour Conference at the Palais des Nations, sponsored by the International Labour Organization.

  3. The Pope comes to CERN

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    Anon.

    1982-01-01

    CERN unaccustomedly bathed in the full glare of international publicity on 15 June when Pope John Paul II chose to include the European Laboratory for Particle Physics on his schedule during a long-awaited visit to Geneva. Closely following his special mission to Argentina during the conflict in the South Atlantic, the Supreme Pontiff's visit to Geneva was arranged around the 2000-delegate International Labour Conference at the Palais des Nations, sponsored by the International Labour Organization

  4. Pope, head of UNFPA discuss problems.

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    1994-05-01

    The Pope, in attempts to influence the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD), held a meeting at the Vatican with Dr. Sadik, Executive Director of UNFPA and Secretary General of the ICPD. At that time, the Pope strongly criticized population programs that try to impose limits on family size. Of particular concern were programs that try to persuade couples to have 1-2 children. Dr. Sadik commented that the disagreement was really over contraception, and the access to control of one's own fertility. There were also points of agreement. The Vatican had also called a meeting of all ambassadors accredited to the Holy See, which is about 120. The purpose was to explain the Church's position on population and development prior to the ICPD meetings in Cairo during September 5-13, 1994. It is a rare occasion when all ambassadors are summoned to the Vatican for a meeting. Diplomatic sources said that the meeting was a direct attempt to influence the ICPD. It was officially reported that the Pope will address the General Assembly in October. This will be the first time that Pope John Paul II has addressed the assembly since 1979. Archbishop Martino commented that the Pope would be commemorating the Year of the Family and the 50th Anniversary of the UN. The address will be directed to issues about the family.

  5. Obituary: Geoffrey R. Burbidge (1925-2010)

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    Wolfe, Arthur

    2011-12-01

    Geoffrey R. Burbidge, one of the principal architects of 20th century astrophysics, died in La Jolla, California on January 26, 2010. Together with his wife and life-long collaborator, Margaret Burbidge and several leading astrophysicists, he originated ideas that remain at the core of current astrophysical research. He was, of course, co-author of B2FH (Burbidge, Burbidge, Fowler, & Hoyle 1957), one of the most influential scientific papers ever written, which explained how elements heavier than helium are synthesized in the interiors of stars. Geoff Burbidge's research interests spanned a wide range of topics. He was the first to estimate the colossal energetics of extragalactic radio sources. Together with Margaret and Kevin Prendergast he initiated the first systematic program to measure the masses of galaxies from their rotation curves. He published research that effectively began the field of "active galactic nuclei," and he made the fundamental suggestion that galactic X-ray sources were powered by viscous transport of energy in accretion disks surrounding neutron stars or black holes in binary star systems. After the discovery of quasars in 1963, he wrote influential papers on gravitational collapse as their energy source and an excellent book summarizing research on this subject. During the latter part of his career Geoff Burbidge became known as the "great contrarian" who remained skeptical about the cosmological origin of quasar redshifts and rejected the big bang theory. He was author of 355 publications. Geoff was born in 1925 September in Chipping Norton Oxfordshire, where he grew up and developed a lifelong passion for tennis. He attended the yearly matches at Wimbledon with his father, a ritual he maintained for most of his life. In 1946 he got his undergraduate degree in physics at the University of Bristol. After graduating he was assigned for eighteen months to a government ballistics laboratory in London where he became an expert in testing

  6. A Renaissance Pope with arthritis following frostbite.

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    Pinals, Robert S

    2013-09-01

    Pius II, a 15th century Pope, developed chronic foot pain following frostbite at age 30. Later in life he was progressively disabled by arthritis elsewhere and by colic, which may have been due to kidney stones. The differential diagnosis of his rheumatic disease and its effect on his career are discussed.

  7. Medtner. Piano concertos. Geoffrey Tozer (pf) / Bryce Morrison

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    Morrison, Bryce

    1992-01-01

    Uuest heliplaadist "Medtner. Piano concertos. Geoffrey Tozer (pf) London Philarmonic Orchestra, Neeme Järvi. Chandos CHAN 9038/9 (two discs, oas 73 and 54 minutes). Also available as a two-disc set CD CHAN 9040. CHAN 9038: Piano concertos - N2 Op. 50; N 3 Op. 60 "Ballade" CHAN 9039 Piano concerto N 1 in C minor. Sonata-Ballade in Fsharp major Op. 27"

  8. The Welcoming Pope: Images of Pope Francis in the Catholicism under mediatization

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    Tatiane MILANI

    2017-12-01

    Full Text Available In the context of the society in mediatization more and more the social fields are inserted in an ambiance in which borders are constantly tensioned, meaning that social practices are crossed by the logic of other fields, rather than their own place of knowing. It is perceived that the social/political/religious conjuncture interpenetrates with the logic of mediatization, and this phenomenon arouses transformations in all Christianity. The objective of this work is to analyze the circulation of Pope Francis' images in the media which formulate, in the collective imaginary, a mediated totem image of the Pope of embrace or of the welcoming Pope, what adheres to the new media technologies.

  9. "A democrat towards knowledge": the work of Geoffrey Blainey

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    Allsop, Richard Matthew

    2017-01-01

    This thesis studies the career of Geoffrey Blainey, both as a historian and controversialist. It considers what factors contributed to his success as a writer of works of history and how he became a high-profile public figure. When he commented on the issue of Asian immigration in 1984, this profile ensured that his views made front page news and led to a situation where his historical writing was read through the prism of his political views by friend and foe alike. The thesis takes issu...

  10. Solar-energy-system performance evaluation: Irvine School (El Camino Real Elementary School) Irvine, California, October 1978-March 1979

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    Smith, H.T.

    1979-01-01

    The Irvine School in California has a solar heating and cooling system consisting of evacuated tube collectors, two absorption chillers, a heat rejector, and heat exchanger. The system and its operation are briefly described, and its performance is analyzed using a system energy balance technique. The performance of major subsystems is also presented. (LEW)

  11. John Pope - Failure at Second Battle of Bull Run

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    Morio, Daniel

    2002-01-01

    Was the failure of the Army of Virginia at the Second Battle of Bull Run a result of General John Pope being a failure as a leader or were there other circumstances that helped him in his loss? Conclusion...

  12. Open letter to Pope John Paul II.

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    Sai, F

    1991-01-01

    In an Open Letter to Pope John Paul II, written on World Population Day (July 11) 1991, Dr. Fred Sai, President of International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF), called for a dialogue on voluntary family planning as a means of avoiding unwanted pregnancy. A half million women die each year from pregnancy-related causes--a death toll that could be dramatically reduced by universal access to low cost, effective contraception. Family planning further represents the best protection against abortion. The Catholic Church's vehement opposition to abortion and family planning methods other than periodic abstinence is in marked contrast to its support to human rights in other settings. The Church has supported struggles for economic ju stice in and among nations, sided with the poor, and advocated for transitions to democracy. At the same time, the family planning movement--which has as its overall objective the protection of the health and welfare of women, children, and families--is viewed by the Vatican as a vehicle for the enslavement rather than liberation of women. The opening of a sensitive dialogue between the Catholic Church and supporters of voluntary family planning could help couples make sound moral decisions about their families and contribute to saving the lives of millions of women, most of them poor.

  13. A Polish Pope and an American President: 1979-1989

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    Richard J. Fafara

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available The author examines the shared religious and intellectual conviction, toughness, and an abhorrence of communism of Pope John Paul II and President Reagan that contributed to the demise of that system in Poland. The author discusses similarities between these two men; their approaches to communism; their meetings beginning in 1982; the hypothesis of a “holy alliance,” and concludes that based on available evidence to date, a strong case can be made that the Pope and Reagan jointly did more than any others to bring about the fall of communism, the collapse of the Soviet Union, and the end of the Cold War.

  14. THE CARNEGIE-IRVINE GALAXY SURVEY. II. ISOPHOTAL ANALYSIS

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    Li Zhaoyu; Ho, Luis C.; Barth, Aaron J.; Peng, Chien Y.

    2011-01-01

    The Carnegie-Irvine Galaxy Survey (CGS) is a comprehensive investigation of the physical properties of a complete, representative sample of 605 bright (B T ≤ 12.9 mag) galaxies in the southern hemisphere. This contribution describes the isophotal analysis of the broadband (BVRI) optical imaging component of the project. We pay close attention to sky subtraction, which is particularly challenging for some of the large galaxies in our sample. Extensive crosschecks with internal and external data confirm that our calibration and sky subtraction techniques are robust with respect to the quoted measurement uncertainties. We present a uniform catalog of one-dimensional radial profiles of surface brightness and geometric parameters, as well as integrated colors and color gradients. Composite profiles highlight the tremendous diversity of brightness distributions found in disk galaxies and their dependence on Hubble type. A significant fraction of S0 and spiral galaxies exhibit non-exponential profiles in their outer regions. We perform Fourier decomposition of the isophotes to quantify non-axisymmetric deviations in the light distribution. We use the geometric parameters, in conjunction with the amplitude and phase of the m = 2 Fourier mode, to identify bars and quantify their size and strength. Spiral arm strengths are characterized using the m = 2 Fourier profiles and structure maps. Finally, we utilize the information encoded in the m = 1 Fourier profiles to measure disk lopsidedness. The databases assembled here and in Paper I lay the foundation for forthcoming scientific applications of CGS.

  15. Pope John Paul II apologizes for church's oppression of women.

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    1995-01-01

    In a 16-page letter which is widely viewed by women's groups as an effort to win support for the Vatican's position at the upcoming UN Conference on Women in Beijing, Pope John Paul II apologizes to women throughout the world for the church's historic complicity in their oppression. Although phrased in general terms, the letter contains language and ideas of a far more feminist tone than any previous statements or declarations made by the Pontiff. Calling for increased respect for women and sensitivity to their needs, the letter also claims that "there is an urgent need to achieve real equality in every area: equal pay for equal work, protection for working mothers, fairness in career advancements, equality of spouses with regard to family rights and recognition of everything that is part of the rights and duties of citizens in a democratic state." Recognizing women's significant achievements and sacrifices inside and outside of the home, the Pope expressed admiration for "those women of good will who have devoted their lives to defending the dignity of womanhood by fighting for their basic social, economic and political rights, demonstrating courageous initiative at a time when this was considered extremely inappropriate, the sign of a lack of femininity, a manifestation of exhibitionism, and even a sin." Although the letter heralds a new awareness in the Vatican of women's views, concerns and grievances, the Pope has not signaled any dramatic changes in official church policy: women's ordination, divorce, abortion and birth control are still considered beyond the pale of acceptability. full text

  16. Astronomy Outreach Activites through the University of California, Irvine

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    Thornton, Carol E.; Smecker-Hane, T.

    2006-06-01

    We discuss our efforts to bring astronomy to local schools and classrooms through the UCI Astronomy Outreach program. This is part of a faculty-led outreach program entitled Outreach in Astronomy & Astrophysics with the UCI Observatory, funded by an NSF FOCUS grant to the University of California, Irvine. We primarily schedule visits with K-12 teachers in the Compton, Newport/Mesa and Santa Ana Unified School Districts, but often see scout troops and classes from other nearby schools. Often these schools don’t have the funding needed to bring their students to us, so we take small, portable telescopes to the schools, for both day and night visits, to give the students a chance to not only see a telescope, but to use one as well. For the schools that can find transportation to bring their students to campus, we include a tour of our observatory dome housing a 24-inch telescope used for outreach events and undergraduate research. In addition, we give interactive lectures and demonstrations to involve the students and get them excited about careers in science and science in general. We find that we help stimulate discussions before and after our visits, which can often help start or end a unit of astronomy within the schools’ curricula. We show feedback from teachers we have visited including the strengths of the program and suggestions/improvements for the future. For more information, see http://www.physics.uci.edu/%7Eobservat/tour_program.htmlFunding provided by NSF grant EHR-0227202 (PI: Ronald Stern).

  17. Conference Paper/Proceedings White Paper Conference Results of March 3, 2005 Workshop in Irvine, CA

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    Deborah Hart Redman; Sarah L. Catz

    2005-03-31

    A one-day workshop sponsored by UC Irvine's Center for Urban Infrastructure, bringing together 20 state departments of transportation and environmental quality to discuss national coordination on alternative fuels.

  18. Pope John Paul II's Address to Black Catholics: A Motive Analysis.

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    Costanza, Jean M.

    Pope John Paul's visit to the United States in 1987 provided many opportunities for the analysis of papal rhetoric. The Pope's address to black Catholics in America may be of particular interest to those focusing on the study of intercultural or interracial communication. This address did not garner as much media attention as did some of the…

  19. [Sir Geoffrey Keynes 1887-1982. Surgical pioneer, medical historian, humanist].

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    Bergljung, Lars

    2005-01-01

    Sir Geoffrey Keynes (1887 - 1982), was a pioneer in the surgery of breast cancer and thymic deseases, n.b. in patients suffering from myastenia gravis. He strongly disapproved of the longstanding dogma of so called radical mastectomy in breast cancer, and advocated a more limited surgical approach, followed by radiation therapy. This was done more than fifty years before breastconserving surgery has become the therapy of choice and against considerable opposition from the surgical establishment of his days. He also became a pioneer in the surgical treatment of myastenia gravis by thymectomy, at a time when there was no real understanding of the pathophysiology of the disease and when considerable controversy existed as to the importance or non importance of concomitant tumour formation in the thymus. Besides being a busy surgeon Sir Geoffrey was a medical historian, writing the biography of among others William Harvey, a bibliographer with a special interest in the poet and artist William Blake and a bibliophil with a large book collection of great value to medical history.

  20. Commemorating Geoffrey Raisman: a great neuroscientist and one of the founders of neurorestoratology and the IANR

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    Li Y

    2018-03-01

    Full Text Available Ying Li,1 Pawel Tabakow,2 Daqing Li,1 Hongyun Huang3 On behalf of the International Association of Neurorestoratology 1Spinal Repair Unit, Department of Brain Repair and Rehabilitation, UCL Institute of Neurology, London, UK; 2Department of Neurosurgery, Wroclaw Medical University, Wroclaw, Poland; 3Institute of Neurorestoratology, General Hospital of Armed Police Forces, Beijing, People’s Republic of China One year ago (January 27, 2017, the sad news that Life Honorary President of the International Association of Neurorestoratology (IANR, Geoffrey Raisman (Figure 1 had passed away shocked all our association members. We could hardly hide our grief. Besides expressing our grief and condolences to his wife, Vivian; his daughter, Ruth; and all his family, the Core Administration members communicated among each other via email and made a proposal to rename the Youth Forum of the Annual Conference, to the Raisman Youth Forum of the Annual Conference. The fourth IANR Council Board meeting in Argentina on September 29, 2017 approved this motion, and decided to establish the Raisman Neurorestoratology Foundation and to write an article commemorating him to be published in the Journal of Neurorestoratology. This commemorative article is divided into three parts: 1 his students and colleagues Daqing Li and Ying Li introduce his life and work; 2 his collaborating partner Pawel Tabakow introduces the process of their clinical trial; and 3 Hongyun Huang on behalf of the IANR introduces Geoffrey Raisman’s contribution to neurorestoratology and IANR. All individuals in the included images have provided written informed consent for the images to be published. 

  1. 77 FR 8284 - Western Digital Technologies, Inc., Hard Drive Development Engineering Group Irvine (Formerly at...

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    2012-02-14

    ... business model of the subject firm is to develop new products domestically and carry out the manufacturing... that the new designs are functional. SAR 8, 20, 26. The subject firm stated that prototype creation is... Technologies, Inc., Hard Drive Development Engineering Group Irvine (Formerly at Lake Forest), CA; Notice of...

  2. 76 FR 30394 - St. John Knits, Inc. Irvine, CA; Amended Certification Regarding Eligibility To Apply for Worker...

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    2011-05-25

    ... DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Employment and Training Administration [TA-W-74,839] St. John Knits, Inc..., 2011, applicable to workers of St. John Knits, Inc., Irvine, California. The workers are engaged in the... adjustment assistance was issued for all workers of St. John Knits, Sample Manufacturing Department, Irvine...

  3. 76 FR 16447 - St. John Knits, Inc., Irvine, CA; Amended Certification Regarding Eligibility To Apply for Worker...

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    ... DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Employment and Training Administration [TA-W-74,839] St. John Knits, Inc..., 2011, applicable to workers of St. John Knits, Inc., Irvine, California. The workers are engaged in the... adjustment assistance was issued for all workers of St. John Knits, Sample Manufacturing Department, Irvine...

  4. The oration " Conversa in nos " of Pope Pius II (Spring 1459, Siena). Ed. and transl. by Michael von Cotta-Schönberg (Orations of Pope Pius II during his pontificate; 33)

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    Cotta-Schønberg, Michael

    2015-01-01

    In the spring of 1459, during a prolonged stay in Siena, Pope Pius II received a number of embassies from the rulers of Europe declaring obedience to the Apostolic See and to the new pope on behalf of their lord. One of the embassies was from Duke Philip of Burgundy. In his reply to the oration of the ambassadors, the pope mostly spoke about the merits of the duke.

  5. Geoffrey Keynes's Two-Fold Vision: Medical Savant-Connoisseur and Literary Bibliographer.

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    Kutcher, Gerald

    2016-10-01

    During the 1920s and 1930s, the British surgeon Geoffrey Keynes (1887-1982) treated breast cancer with radium instead of the hegemonic radical mastectomy, while vehemently attacking the "radicalists" for mutilating women. Keynes was also a leading bibliographer of literary figures from Sir Thomas Browne to William Blake through Jane Austen. This article argues that these endeavors did not inhabit separate worlds, but rather his bibliographic methods of collecting and sorting were deeply interwoven with his therapeutic practices and medical ways of knowing. The article also examines the profound influence his engagement with the works of William Blake had on his battle against the reigning medical orthodoxy and on the humanity of his relationship with his patients. It concludes that Keynes' story sheds light on a now distant medico-cultural world where literary studies, often centered on book collecting and critique, were not only highly valued, but were influential in guiding the vision and behavior of a number of physicians. © The Author 2016. Published by Oxford University Press. All rights reserved. For permissions, please e-mail: journals.permissions@oup.com.

  6. 60 YEARS OF NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY: The structure of the neuroendocrine hypothalamus: the neuroanatomical legacy of Geoffrey Harris.

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    Watts, Alan G

    2015-08-01

    In November 1955, Geoffrey Harris published a paper based on the Christian A Herter Lecture he had given earlier that year at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD, USA. The paper reviewed the contemporary research that was starting to explain how the hypothalamus controlled the pituitary gland. In the process of doing so, Harris introduced a set of properties that helped define the neuroendocrine hypothalamus. They included: i) three criteria that putative releasing factors for adenohypophysial hormones would have to fulfill; ii) an analogy between the representation of body parts in the sensory and motor cortices and the spatial localization of neuroendocrine function in the hypothalamus; and iii) the idea that neuroendocrine neurons are motor neurons and the pituitary stalk functions as a Sherringtonian final common pathway through which the impact of sensory and emotional events on neuroendocrine neurons must pass in order to control pituitary hormone release. Were these properties a sign that the major neuroscientific discoveries that were being made in the early 1950s were beginning to influence neuroendocrinology? This Thematic Review discusses two main points: the context and significance of Harris's Herter Lecture for how our understanding of neuroendocrine anatomy (particularly as it relates to the control of the adenohypophysis) has developed since 1955; and, within this framework, how novel and powerful techniques are currently taking our understanding of the structure of the neuroendocrine hypothalamus to new levels. © 2015 Society for Endocrinology.

  7. Why Students in Catholic Secondary Schools Should Study Pope John XXIII's Encyclical, "Pacem in Terris" (1963)

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    Sweeney, James

    2015-01-01

    Pope John XXIII's final encyclical on the subject of peace, "Pacem in Terris," written after the Cuban missile crisis which he helped to resolve, is an extended treatment of the basic principles of political morality and particularly significant for its adoption--the first time by the Catholic Church--of the discourse of human rights.…

  8. Dorothy Davison (1890-1984): Manchester medical artist and her work for neurosurgeon Sir Geoffrey Jefferson (1886-1961).

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    Mohr, Peter D

    2017-05-01

    Miss Davison was a medical artist at the Manchester Royal Infirmary and the University of Manchester from around 1918 until her retirement in 1957. She illustrated books and scientific papers on anthropology, anatomy and surgery, and became well known for her striking pictures produced by the 'Ross board technique'- a difficult process that she helped pioneer from the 1930s and which forms the bulk of the work she undertook for neurosurgeon Geoffrey Jefferson during the 1930s-1950s. His Neurosurgical Department became the main base for her work until his retirement in 1953. She was an active member of the Medical Artist Association (MAA) which she helped found in 1949.

  9. Geoffrey Chaucer: la escena de lectura como espacio de configuración de la identidad narrativa

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    Paolino, Romina

    2012-01-01

    El presente trabajo se propone analizar la importancia de la forma textual “link”, que Geoffrey Chaucer desarrolla en los Canterbury Tales, en la configuración de su identidad narrativa y autoral. Desde esta perspectiva, se intentará relevar cómo estos espacios de enlace de los relatos que son representados como escenas de lectura funcionan como una zona de puesta en tensión y posicionamiento frente a diversas problemáticas: la vinculación entre la oralidad y la escritura; la escritura desple...

  10. Oration “Pius et misericors” of Pope Pius II (Spring 1459, Siena). Edited and translated by Michael von Cotta-Schönberg. Preliminary edition, 3rd version. (Orations of Pope Pius II; 36)

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    Cotta-Schønberg, Michael

    2015-01-01

    During a prolonged stay in Siena in the spring of 1459, Pope Pius II received a number of embassies from the rulers of Europe declaring obedience to the Apostolic See and to the new pope. One of the embassies was from Juan II, King of Aragon and Sicily. In his short reply to the oration of the ambassadors, the pope touched upon five themes: supremacy of the Roman Church; his own unworthiness for the exalted office; merits of the king and his House; gratitude for the king’s offer of aid to the...

  11. Oration ”Quotiens nova” of Pope Pius II (9 February 1459, Perugia). Edited and translated by Michael von Cotta-Schønberg. Preliminary edition, 5th version. (Orations of Enea Silvio Piccolomini / Pope Pius II; 30)

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    Cotta-Schønberg, Michael

    2015-01-01

    During his stay in Siena, in the spring of 1459, Pope Pius II received a number of embassies from the rulers of Europe coming to present the declaration of their lord’s obedience to the Apostolic See and the new pope. In his oration, Quotiens nova, to the ambassadors of Duke Louis of Savoy, the pope asserts the papal supremacy in all matters, spiritual and temporal, by virtue of the unlimited mission entrusted to the Apostle Peter by Jesus Christ. This mission and the power of the apostolic o...

  12. Oration " Flentem et admodum dolentem " of Pope Pius II (1 October 1460, Viterbo). Transl. by Michael von Cotta-Schönberg (Orations of Enea Silvio Piccolomini / Pope Pius II; 56)

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    Cotta-Schønberg, Michael

    2015-01-01

    On his way back to Rome, after the Congress of Mantua and a protracted stay in Siena, Pope Pius II was met in Viterbo by envoys from Rome begging him to return to Rome as quickly as possible. In his response to the envoys, the oration Flentem et admodum dolentem, the pope promised to return as soon as possible, underlining some positive results of the Congress – otherwise a failure-as well as the advantages to the Romans accruing from the Papacy.

  13. Archeology in Medicine: Digging up into the tophi of Popes, Dukes and Kings

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    G. Ceccarelli

    2011-09-01

    Full Text Available According to an Anglo-Saxon pun, “gout is the king of diseases and the disease of Kings”. In fact, it is well-known that in past times a quantity of famous persons, including Kings and Popes, were affected with this rheumatic disorder. In this paper biographical anecdotes on several Popes (Pius III, Julius II, Julius III, Clement VIII, Innocent XI, Clement XII and Pius VIII, King George IV and Queen Anne of England, as well as on some members of the Lorraine lineage, all suffering from gout, are sketched out. These historical data are briefly discussed in relation to the celebrated Hippocrates’s aphorisms on gout.

  14. The Role of the Popes in the Invention of Complementarity and the Anathematization of Gender

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    Mary Anne Case

    2016-03-01

    Full Text Available This article examines the origins and uses by the Vatican of the theological anthropology of complementarity, arguing that the doctrine of complementarity, under which the sexes are essentially different though not unequal, is an invention of the twentieth century untraceable in earlier centuries, but developed by, among others, the Popes from Pius XII through Benedict XVI, in part as a response to feminist claims, including those recently anathematized by the Vatican under the term ‘gender.’ After exploring some difficulties with the application of the doctrine of complementarity as Catholic orthodoxy, the article concludes by compiling preliminary evidence as to the extent Pope Francis will continue his predecessors’ approach to complementarity.

  15. The pope of physics Enrico Fermi and the birth of the atomic age

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    Segre, Gino

    2016-01-01

    Enrico Fermi is unquestionably among the greats of the world's physicists, the most famous Italian scientist since Galileo. Called the Pope by his peers, he was regarded as infallible in his instincts and research. His discoveries changed our world; they led to weapons of mass destruction and conversely to life-saving medical interventions. This unassuming man struggled with issues relevant today, such as the threat of nuclear annihilation and the relationship of science to politics. Fleeing Fascism and anti-Semitism, Fermi became a leading figure in America's most secret project: building the atomic bomb. The last physicist who mastered all branches of the discipline, Fermi was a rare mixture of theorist and experimentalist. His rich legacy encompasses key advances in fields as diverse as comic rays, nuclear technology, and early computers. In their revealing book, The Pope of Physics, Gino Segré and Bettina Hoerlin bring this scientific visionary to life. An examination of the human dramas that touched F...

  16. Irvine-Michigan-Brookhaven (I.M.B.) nucleon decay search status report

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    Bratton, C.B.; Gajewski, W.; Kropp, W.R.

    1981-01-01

    The Irvine-Michigan-Brookhaven collaboration is currently constructing a 8700 tonne water Cerenkov detector to measure, or establish a lower limit to, the nucleon lifetime. The detector, which should be complete by the middle of October, is located at a depth of 1670 m.w.e. in the Morton Salt Mine near Cleveland, Ohio. Activities during the past year have been dominated by the construction of the laboratory and of the phototube, electronic and software systems. In house tests of the phototubes and data acquisition chain have demonstrated their reliability, the feasibility of on-line rejection of cosmic ray muons, and have yielded information relevant to off-line methods of event reconstruction. This report will concentrate on these activities and point out where actual experience or measurement has confirmed or modified features of the proposed detector as described previously in several articles

  17. Macroscopic electromagnetic properties of the Irvine Field-Reversed Configuration: Equilibrium, power balance and fluctuations

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    Trask, Erik Harold

    The plasma parameters and characteristics of the Irvine Field-Reversed Configuration (IFRC) are summarized in this thesis. Particular emphasis is placed on the development of the different diagnostics used to make measurements in the experiment, as well as the measurements themselves. Whenever possible, actual measurements are used in lieu of theoretical or analytical fits to data. Analysis of magnetic probes (B-dots) comprises the bulk of what is known about the IFRC. From these B-dot probes, the magnetic field structure in a two dimensional plane at constant toroidal position has been determined, and has been found to be consistent with a field-reversed configuration. Peak reversed fields of approximately 250 Gauss have been observed. Further analyses have been developed to extract information from the magnetic field structure, including components of the electric field, the current density, and plasma pressure in the same two dimensional plane. Electric field magnitudes reach 600 V/m, concurrent with current densities greater than 105 Amps/m2 and thermal pressures over 200 Pa. Spectroscopic analysis of hydrogen lines has been done to make estimates of the electron temperature, while spectroscopic measurements of the Doppler broadening of the Halpha line31 have allowed an estimate of the ion temperature. Particle losses out one axial end plane measured by an array of Faraday cups quantify the how well the configuration traps particles. Spectral information derived from B-dot probes indicates that there is substantial power present at frequencies lying between the hydrogen cyclotron and mean gyrofrequency. These various measurements are used to find the following parameters that characterize the Irvine FRC: (1) Electromagnetic and thermal stored energies as functions of time. (2) Power balance, including input power from the field coils, resistive heating, power lost by particle transport and radiation, and particle and energy confinement times. (3) Strong

  18. Geoffrey Layton Slack OBE (Mil), CBE, TD, BDS DDS, FDSRCS, FDS Glas, FFDRCSI, Dip Bact (1912-1991).

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    Gelbier, Stanley

    2014-02-01

    It is with some pride that the author worked in Geoffrey Slack's department from 1963 to 1967 and even retained a working relationship with him after that time. Slack was Professor of Dental Surgery (1959-1976) and later Professor of Community Dental Health (1976-1977) at The London Hospital Medical College, within the University of London. The change in titles came about as a result of recognition of his contribution to developments in public health and community dental care and services, for many of which he was directly responsible. He was Dental Dean from 1965 until 1969. Upon retirement in 1977 he became Emeritus Professor. In addition, he was Dean of the Faculty of Dental Surgery at the Royal College of Surgeons of England from 1974 to 1977.

  19. Cultural Identity and Allegiance among Vietnamese Students and Their Organizations at the University of California, Irvine: 1980-1990

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    Nguyen, Thai-Huy; Gasman, Marybeth

    2015-01-01

    Background: Within the canon of Asian American histories and histories of student activism, little attention is given to the Vietnamese students at the University of California at Irvine, who came together to advocate for the well-being of Vietnamese refugees after the end of the Vietnam War. This study examines this history and discusses the…

  20. Oration " Pius et misericors " of Pope Pius II (Spring, 1459, Siena). Ed. and transl. by Michael von Cotta-Schönberg

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    Cotta-Schønberg, Michael

    2015-01-01

    In the spring of 1459, during a prolonged stay in Siena, Pope Pius II received a number of embassies from the rulers of Europe declaring obedience to the Apostolic See and to the new pope on behalf of their lord. One of the embassies was from Juan II, King of Aragon and Sicily. In his short reply to the oration of the ambassadors, the pope touched upon four themes: supremacy of the Roman Church; his own unworthiness for the exalted office; merits of the king and his House; benevolence of pope...

  1. Discover Science Initiative, outreach and professional development at the University of California, Irvine

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    Pestana, Jill; Earthman, James

    Discover Science Initiative (DSI) is an unprecedented success in the Southern Californian community by reaching out to over 5,000 participants through eight hands-on workshops on topics from fungi to the physics of light, and two large events in the past year. The DSI vision is to provide an avenue for University of California, Irvine (UCI) students and faculty from all departments to engage with the local community through workshops and presentations on interdisciplinary, state-of-the-art STEM research unique to UCI. DSI provides professional development opportunities for diverse students at UCI, while providing outreach at one of the most popular educational centers in Southern California, the Discovery Cube, which hosts over 400,000 guests each year. In DSI, students engage in peer-to-peer mentoring with guidance from the UCI School of Education in designing workshops, leading meetings, and managing teams. Also, students practice science communication, coached by certified communications trainers. Students involved in DSI learn important skills to complement their academic degrees, and stay motivated to pursue their career goals. Support for DSI is from Diverse Educational and Doctoral Experience (DECADE) at UCI.

  2. The Carnegie-Irvine Galaxy Survey. V. Statistical Study of Bars and Buckled Bars

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    Li, Zhao-Yu; Ho, Luis C.; Barth, Aaron J.

    2017-08-01

    Simulations have shown that bars are subject to a vertical buckling instability that transforms thin bars into boxy or peanut-shaped structures, but the physical conditions necessary for buckling to occur are not fully understood. We use the large sample of local disk galaxies in the Carnegie-Irvine Galaxy Survey to examine the incidence of bars and buckled bars across the Hubble sequence. Depending on the disk inclination angle (I), a buckled bar reveals itself as either a boxy/peanut-shaped bulge (at high I) or as a barlens structure (at low I). We visually identify bars, boxy/peanut-shaped bulges, and barlenses, and examine the dependence of bar and buckled bar fractions on host galaxy properties, including Hubble type, stellar mass, color, and gas mass fraction. We find that the barred and unbarred disks show similar distributions in these physical parameters. The bar fraction is higher (70%-80%) in late-type disks with low stellar mass (M * 1010.5 M ⊙), and decreases with higher gas mass ratio. These results suggest that bars are more difficult to grow in massive disks that are dynamically hotter than low-mass disks. However, once a bar forms, it can easily buckle in the massive disks, where a deeper potential can sustain the vertical resonant orbits. We also find a probable buckling bar candidate (ESO 506-G004) that could provide further clues to understand the timescale of the buckling process.

  3. Construction of the Second Vatican Council: germinal intuitions of Pope John XXIII in view of a renewal event

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    João Décio Passos

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    Full Text Available The Second Vatican Council was built within a solidly constituted tradition in the Catholic Church. All councils were held within the traditional and legal parameters of the Church. The question about the condition of possibility of a renewal Council under this tradition shows relevant. The Vatican II is the result of a negotiation between renewal and preservation. Pope John XXIII personally coordinated the construction of the legitimacy of the new event, following steps which may be rescued during the preparatory stages of the great assembly. The reading of this process from sociological parameters may elucidate its plausibility within the tradition and the Church's bureaucratic organization. Pope John started ably a church renewal process, opening a new phase in the long Catholic tradition. Under his Pope condition, he knew how to seed the idea of a revamping event in the name of a divine inspiration and with the set of bishops’ participation of the Church.

  4. Lessons from Ebola: Sources of Outbreak Information and the Associated Impact on UC Irvine and Ohio University College Students

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    Koralek, Thrissia; Runnerstrom, Miryha G.; Brown, Brandon J.; Uchegbu, Chukwuemeka; Basta, Tania B.

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    Objectives. We examined the role of outbreak information sources through four domains: knowledge, attitudes, beliefs, and stigma related to the 2014 Ebola virus disease (EVD) outbreak. Methods. We conducted an online survey of 797 undergraduates at the University of California, Irvine (UCI) and Ohio University (OU) during the peak of the outbreak. We calculated individual scores for domains and analyzed associations to demographic variables and news sources. Results. Knowledge of EVD was low ...

  5. Astronomy and calendar reform at the curia of Pope Clement VI: a new source.

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    Nothaft, C Philipp E

    2017-01-01

    The article introduces a previously unknown fourteenth-century treatise on computus and calendrical astronomy entitled Expositio kalendarii novi, whose author proposed elaborate solutions to the technical flaws inherent in the calendar used by the Roman Church. An analysis of verbal parallels to other contemporary works on the same topic makes it possible to establish that the Expositio was produced in the context of a calendar reform initiative led by Pope Clement VI in 1344/45 and that this anonymous text is probably identical to a 'great and laborious work' on the calendar that the monk Johannes de Termis prepared for the pope around this time. Its author strove to make an original contribution by extracting new astronomical parameters from both ancient and contemporary data, which made him arrive at an estimate of the length of the tropical year that was independent of the then-current Alfonsine Tables. With its suggestion to remove eleven days from the Julian calendar and to correct the calendar through modified leap-year rhythms and periodically adjusted sequences of lunar epacts, the proposal enshrined in the Expositio exhibits some remarkable similarities to the Gregorian reform of the calendar promulgated in 1582. Although its influence on the latter must remain a matter of speculation, the newly discovered text sheds a revealing light on the history of medieval calendar reform debates and on the mathematical sciences practiced at the Avignon court of Clement VI.

  6. The Carnegie-Irvine Galaxy Survey. V. Statistical Study of Bars and Buckled Bars

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    Li, Zhao-Yu [Key Laboratory for Research in Galaxies and Cosmology, Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, Chinese Academy of Science, 80 Nandan Road, Shanghai 200030 (China); Ho, Luis C. [Kavli Institute for Astronomy and Astrophysics, Peking University, Beijing 100871 (China); Barth, Aaron J., E-mail: lizy@shao.ac.cn [Department of Physics and Astronomy, 4129 Frederick Reines Hall, University of California, Irvine, CA, 92697-4575 (United States)

    2017-08-10

    Simulations have shown that bars are subject to a vertical buckling instability that transforms thin bars into boxy or peanut-shaped structures, but the physical conditions necessary for buckling to occur are not fully understood. We use the large sample of local disk galaxies in the Carnegie-Irvine Galaxy Survey to examine the incidence of bars and buckled bars across the Hubble sequence. Depending on the disk inclination angle ( i ), a buckled bar reveals itself as either a boxy/peanut-shaped bulge (at high i ) or as a barlens structure (at low i ). We visually identify bars, boxy/peanut-shaped bulges, and barlenses, and examine the dependence of bar and buckled bar fractions on host galaxy properties, including Hubble type, stellar mass, color, and gas mass fraction. We find that the barred and unbarred disks show similar distributions in these physical parameters. The bar fraction is higher (70%–80%) in late-type disks with low stellar mass ( M {sub *} < 10{sup 10.5} M {sub ⊙}) and high gas mass ratio. In contrast, the buckled bar fraction increases to 80% toward massive and early-type disks ( M {sub *} > 10{sup 10.5} M {sub ⊙}), and decreases with higher gas mass ratio. These results suggest that bars are more difficult to grow in massive disks that are dynamically hotter than low-mass disks. However, once a bar forms, it can easily buckle in the massive disks, where a deeper potential can sustain the vertical resonant orbits. We also find a probable buckling bar candidate (ESO 506−G004) that could provide further clues to understand the timescale of the buckling process.

  7. Geoffrey Hill’s “Hard-Won Affirmation”: The Mystery of the Charity of Charles Péguy

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    Paul J. Contino

    2016-12-01

    Full Text Available Sir Geoffrey Hill, long hailed as Britain’s greatest living poet, was devoted to remembering the deceased, those forgotten in the debased din of mass culture—some of them worthy of our emulation, others edifying by their “folly” or “criminality” (Paris Review interview. Hill’s recent death, on 30 June 2016, presents an apt time to remember his own life-work. In its act of memorial as homage, The Mystery of the Charity of Charles Péguy marks a departure for Hill: whereas his earlier work often rests in ambiguity, Péguy labors through the ambiguity—through characteristically antiphonal tones of voice, rhythms, and images—and concludes in affirmation, a note of hope, which points in the direction of some of his later work. Through all of his complexity, Péguy’s life—like Hill’s poem—conforms to a kenotic, Christological pattern and is thus worthy of our emulation.

  8. Clarification of Eponymous Anatomical Terminology: Structures Named After Dr Geoffrey V. Osborne That Compress the Ulnar Nerve at the Elbow.

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    Wali, Arvin R; Gabel, Brandon; Mitwalli, Madhawi; Tubbs, R Shane; Brown, Justin M

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    In 1957, Dr Geoffrey Osborne described a structure between the medial epicondyle and the olecranon that placed excessive pressure on the ulnar nerve. Three terms associated with such structures have emerged: Osborne's band, Osborne's ligament, and Osborne's fascia. As anatomical language moves away from eponymous terminology for descriptive, consistent nomenclature, we find discrepancies in the use of anatomic terms. This review clarifies the definitions of the above 3 terms. We conducted an extensive electronic search via PubMed and Google Scholar to identify key anatomical and surgical texts that describe ulnar nerve compression at the elbow. We searched the following terms separately and in combination: "Osborne's band," "Osborne's ligament," and "Osborne's fascia." A total of 36 papers were included from 1957 to 2016. Osborne's band, Osborne's ligament, and Osborne's fascia were found to inconsistently describe the etiology of ulnar neuritis, referring either to the connective tissue between the 2 heads of the flexor carpi ulnaris muscle as described by Dr Osborne or to the anatomically distinct fibrous tissue between the olecranon process of the ulna and the medial epicondyle of the humerus. The use of eponymous terms to describe ulnar pathology of the elbow remains common, and although these terms allude to the rich history of surgical anatomy, these nonspecific descriptions lead to inconsistencies. As Osborne's band, Osborne's ligament, and Osborne's fascia are not used consistently across the literature, this research demonstrates the need for improved terminology to provide reliable interpretation of these terms among surgeons.

  9. ARCHITECTURE BETWEEN THE CULTURE-NATURE DUALISM: A CASE STUDY OF GEOFFREY BAWA’S KANDALAMA HOTEL

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    Ceridwen Owen

    2008-03-01

    Full Text Available This paper explores the relationship between architecture and natural environments through an interrogation of the culture-nature question and the possibility of operating in the space between these two polarities. The immensity of this topic is investigated through one fragment of its representation, Geoffrey Bawa’s Kandlama Hotel in Sri Lanka. Visually this building engages in a process of invisibility as the boundaries between inside and outside, architecture and landscape are dissolved. This is an approach that is common in green architecture in general and nature-based tourism destinations in particular. However, spatially the building maintains a clarity of separation, denying its connection with the ground. It is this negotiation between the visual and the spatial realm, where one is simultaneously part of and distanced from the external environment, which is the site of its potentiality. It is both literally and metaphorically a space ‘between’ inside and outside, culture and nature, home and away. The paper concludes by arguing that it is this state of dynamic tension that can challenge traditional representations of human/environment relations as alternatively undifferentiated or ontologically distinct.

  10. Walking between academia and industry to find successful solutions to biomedical challenges: an interview with Geoffrey Smith.

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    Smith, Geoffrey; Cagan, Ross

    2015-10-01

    Geoffrey W. Smith is currently the Managing Director of Mars Ventures. He actually started his studies with a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Doctorate in Law but then, in part by chance and in part by following in his family footsteps, he stepped into the healthcare and biotech field. Since then, he has successfully contributed to the birth of a number of healthcare companies and has also held academic positions at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and at The Rockefeller University in New York, teaching about the interface between science and business. During 2014 he served as Senior Editor on Disease Models & Mechanisms, bringing to the editorial team his valuable experience in drug development and discovery. In this interview, Geoff talks to Ross Cagan, Editor-in-Chief of Disease Models & Mechanisms, about how he developed his incredibly varied career, sharing his views about industry, academia and science publishing, and discussing how academia and industry can fruitfully meet to advance bioscience, train the scientists and stakeholders of the future, and drive the successful discovery of new therapeutics to treat human disease. © 2015. Published by The Company of Biologists Ltd.

  11. Walking between academia and industry to find successful solutions to biomedical challenges: an interview with Geoffrey Smith

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    Full Text Available Geoffrey W. Smith is currently the Managing Director of Mars Ventures. He actually started his studies with a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Doctorate in Law but then, in part by chance and in part by following in his family footsteps, he stepped into the healthcare and biotech field. Since then, he has successfully contributed to the birth of a number of healthcare companies and has also held academic positions at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and at The Rockefeller University in New York, teaching about the interface between science and business. During 2014 he served as Senior Editor on Disease Models & Mechanisms, bringing to the editorial team his valuable experience in drug development and discovery. In this interview, Geoff talks to Ross Cagan, Editor-in-Chief of Disease Models & Mechanisms, about how he developed his incredibly varied career, sharing his views about industry, academia and science publishing, and discussing how academia and industry can fruitfully meet to advance bioscience, train the scientists and stakeholders of the future, and drive the successful discovery of new therapeutics to treat human disease.

  12. Oration “Ingentes vobis gratias” of Pope Pius II (15 April, 1459, Siena). Edited and translated by Michael von Cotta-Schönberg. Preliminary edition, version 2. (Orations of Enea Silvio Piccolomini / Pope Pius II; 41)

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    2015-01-01

    During his prolonged stay in Siena, in the spring of 1459, Pope Pius II endeavoured to reform the political system of the city republic. In his oration, Ingentes vobis gratias, to the ruling parties, he requested the reintegration of the noble families into the government of city-state, but with little success..

  13. Um enfoque epidemiológico da promoção da saúde: as idéias de Geoffrey Rose An epidemiological approach to health promotion: the ideas of Geoffrey Rose

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    Dóra Chor

    2000-01-01

    Full Text Available Neste artigo, apresentamos princípios sistematizados por Geoffrey Rose, raramente explicitados no debate contemporâneo sobre promoção da saúde. São enfatizadas as seguintes noções: muitos parâmetros biológicos apresentam-se ao longo de um continuum e não seguem as dicotomias expostos/não expostos ou doentes/não doentes; a relação entre determinadas exposições e seus efeitos ocorre linearmente, ao longo de toda a gama dos valores da exposição; portanto, muitos indivíduos expostos a um risco baixo podem gerar um número maior de casos do que poucos indivíduos expostos a um risco alto de adoecer. Além disso, há forte relação entre os comportamentos populacionais médios e os desviantes, como resultado da dinâmica entre forças biológicas e sociais, que favorecem ou limitam a diversidade de características individuais. Assim, o risco de alguns agravos, em populações concretas, torna-se alto ou baixo em virtude do deslocamento em bloco da distribuição populacional, e não em função do número de indivíduos na faixa de alto risco. Em conjunto, esses conceitos favorecem estratégias voltadas para o conjunto da população, em vez das que apenas visam indivíduos considerados de alto risco.In this paper, we discuss some of the ideas developed by Geoffrey Rose, which are seldom explicitly expressed in the contemporary debate on health promotion. The following notions are emphasized: many health exposures and outcomes are expressed in a continuum, and do not follow the dichotomy exposed/non-exposed or diseased/ non-diseased; there is a linear relationship between certain exposures and their effects along the range of exposure levels; thus, many individuals exposed to low risk may generate more cases of a disease than few individuals exposed to high risk. In addition, there is a strong relationship between average behaviors and the occurrence of deviance, as a result of the balance between biological and social forces

  14. Processing the papal encyclical through perceptual filters: Pope Francis, identity-protective cognition, and climate change concern.

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    Landrum, Asheley R; Lull, Robert B; Akin, Heather; Hasell, Ariel; Jamieson, Kathleen Hall

    2017-09-01

    Previous research suggests that when individuals encounter new information, they interpret it through perceptual 'filters' of prior beliefs, relevant social identities, and messenger credibility. In short, evaluations are not based solely on message accuracy, but also on the extent to which the message and messenger are amenable to the values of one's social groups. Here, we use the release of Pope Francis's 2015 encyclical as the context for a natural experiment to examine the role of prior values in climate change cognition. Based on our analysis of panel data collected before and after the encyclical's release, we find that political ideology moderated views of papal credibility on climate change for those participants who were aware of the encyclical. We also find that, in some contexts, non-Catholics who were aware of the encyclical granted Pope Francis additional credibility compared to the non-Catholics who were unaware of it, yet Catholics granted the Pope high credibility regardless of encyclical awareness. Importantly, papal credibility mediated the conditional relationships between encyclical awareness and acceptance of the Pope's messages on climate change. We conclude by discussing how our results provide insight into cognitive processing of new information about controversial issues. Copyright © 2017 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

  15. Sõdurilood / Geoffrey Macnab

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    Macnab, Geoffrey

    1999-01-01

    USA kirjaniku James Jonesþi (1921-1977) sõjaromaanidest ja nende alusel tehtud filmidest nagu Fred Zinnemanni "Siit igavikku" ("From Here to Eternity", USA 1953 ) ja Terrence Malickþi "Peenike punane joon" ("The Thin Red Line", USA 1998)

  16. O Papa, o Islã e o politicamente correto The Pope, Islam and political correctedness

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    José Augusto Lindgren Alves

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available Ao fazer citação considerada ofensiva ao Islã em conferência que proferiu na Alemanha em 2006, o Papa Bento XVI não visava somente aos muçulmanos, mas, também, aos ocidentais cristãos e ateus. Seu objetivo não era ofender o Islã gratuitamente, mas forçar os islamitas e ocidentais que abandonaram o racionalismo a assimilarem, num caso, e a reassimilarem, no outro, a razão universalista como elemento essencial ao próprio diálogo entre as religiões. A fala do Papa tem tido repercussões que transcendem o âmbito religioso, atingindo noções e práticas multiculturalistas que pareciam intocáveis.When making a quotation that was considered offensive to Islam, in 2006, in a conference in Germany, Pope Benedict XVI targeted not only the Muslims, but also Christian and Atheist Westerners. His aim was not to offend Islam without a motive, but to force both the Muslims and Westerners that had forsaken rationalism to reach back to Reason as an essential element for the very dialogue between the two religions. The Pope’s speech has had repercussion far beyond the religious sphere, attaining notions and practices of multiculturalism that seemed untouchable.

  17. Properties of POPC/POPE supported lipid bilayers modified with hydrophobic quantum dots on polyelectrolyte cushions.

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    Kolasinska-Sojka, Marta; Wlodek, Magdalena; Szuwarzynski, Michal; Kereiche, Sami; Kovacik, Lubomir; Warszynski, Piotr

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    The formation and properties of supported lipid bilayers (SLB) containing hydrophobic nanoparticles (NP) was studied in relation to underlying cushion obtained from selected polyelectrolyte multilayers. Lipid vesicles were formed from zwitterionic 1-palmitoyl-2-oleoyl-sn-glycero-3-phosphocholine (POPC) and negatively charged 1-palmitoyl-2-oleoyl-sn-glycero-3-phosphoethanolamine (POPE) in phosphate buffer (PBS). As hydrophobic nanoparticles - quantum dots (QD) with size of 3.8nm (emission wavelength of 420nm) were used. Polyelectrolyte multilayers (PEM) were constructed by the sequential, i.e., layer-by-layer (LbL) adsorption of alternately charged polyelectrolytes from their solutions. Liposomes and Liposome-QDs complexes were studied with Transmission Cryo-Electron Microscopy (Cryo-TEM) to verify the quality of vesicles and the position of QD within lipid bilayer. Deposition of liposomes and liposomes with quantum dots on polyelectrolyte films was studied in situ using quartz crystal microbalance with dissipation (QCM-D) technique. The fluorescence emission spectra were analyzed for both: suspension of liposomes with nanoparticles and for supported lipid bilayers containing QD on PEM. It was demonstrated that quantum dots are located in the hydrophobic part of lipid bilayer. Moreover, we proved that such QD-modified liposomes formed supported lipid bilayers and their final structure depended on the type of underlying cushion. Copyright © 2017 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

  18. Phenotypes of COPD patients with a smoking history in Central and Eastern Europe: the POPE Study

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    Koblizek, Vladimir; Milenkovic, Branislava; Barczyk, Adam; Tkacova, Ruzena; Somfay, Attila; Zykov, Kirill; Tudoric, Neven; Kostov, Kosta; Zbozinkova, Zuzana; Svancara, Jan; Sorli, Jurij; Krams, Alvils; Miravitlles, Marc

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    Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) represents a major health problem in Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries; however, there are no data regarding clinical phenotypes of these patients in this region. Participation in the Phenotypes of COPD in Central and Eastern Europe (POPE) study was offered to stable patients with COPD in a real-life setting. The primary aim of this study was to assess the prevalence of phenotypes according to predefined criteria. Secondary aims included analysis of differences in symptom load, comorbidities and pharmacological treatment. 3362 patients with COPD were recruited in 10 CEE countries. 63% of the population were nonexacerbators, 20.4% frequent exacerbators with chronic bronchitis, 9.5% frequent exacerbators without chronic bronchitis and 6.9% were classified as asthma–COPD overlap. Differences in the distribution of phenotypes between countries were observed, with the highest heterogeneity observed in the nonexacerbator cohort and the lowest heterogeneity observed in the asthma–COPD cohort. There were statistically significant differences in symptom load, lung function, comorbidities and treatment between these phenotypes. The majority of patients with stable COPD in CEE are nonexacerbators; however, there are distinct differences in surrogates of disease severity and therapy between predefined COPD phenotypes. PMID:28495687

  19. Pope, interrupted. A qualitative study on memes, hashtags, and speech chains

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    Marcus Vinicius Avelar

    2015-07-01

    Full Text Available This article investigates the reaction, on Twitter, to Pope Benedict XVI’s resignation announcement. Specifically, this is a qualitative study in linguistic anthropology of how memes and hashtags circulated on Twitter between the day of the announcement of said resignation and the Pope’s last day in office, and identifies the speech chains created by them. The analysis of the corpus showed that Twitter users' deployment of hashtags serves two purposes: on the one hand, it creates a topic/comment structure that is later reproduced, modified or abandoned by other users. On the other hand, hashtags function as performative acts that create online ad hoc communities. In addition, this article also claims that English and Romance-language users created and circulated image and text-based memes differently, thus establishing two language-based speech chains. In sum, this article contributes to discussions on informational flux on online platforms by demonstrating that said flux does have constraints, and that those constraints are related to language-based communities of practice.

  20. Popes through the Looking Glass, or «Ceci n’est pas un pape»

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    Tommaso di Carpegna Falconieri

    2012-04-01

    Full Text Available This paper introduces Clement III (Wibert of Ravenna in the context of the general phenomenon of the antipopes, a vast and fundamentally medieval subject. The theme can be approached in two substantially different ways: from the well-established, official position, which condemns the antipopes as schismatics and subverters of the divine order; or from the perspective of an observer who attempts to examine the phenomenon from the inside. This study opts for the latter vantage point, as do the three papers that it introduces. In them, the antipopes take shape as historical personages who believed in their own legitimacy as popes, who often had large followings, and who received their mark of infamy—that is, the title of antipope—because they were defeated by their opponents. With the first of the two methods (the official, well-established one, history is interpreted in reverse, giving events after-the-fact justifications. With the second analytical strategy, the interpreter instead views history in the historical present and tries to comprehend how events unfolded within the dynamics of the myriad possibilities, changes, and inversions of course that life presents. In this sense, the essays in this collection look not at «anti-popes» but rather at «other-popes» reflected in the mirrors of their adversaries—adversaries who won their respective struggles and were thus able to transmit their own visions of events as the sole vehicles of truth. In the same spirit, these essays consider not antipopes but rather individuals who, like the pipe in Magritte’s painting, come down to us not in their authentic dimension but rather through the filters of representation.

  1. Pope AFB, Fayetteville, North Carolina Revised Uniform Summary of Surface Weather Observations (RUSSWO). Parts A-F.

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    1984-06-01

    SERVICE/HAC T23030 POPE AFB NC 7[-81111 STAT ION STATION lNA&Ayl MSSgll’ TemN. WIT SULS TEMPERATURE DEPRESSIO (F) TOTAL TOTAL (F) 0 1.2 3 - 5 - 1- 19...STATINASha T PAGE 1 TWET BULB TEMPERATURE DEPRESSIO (F) TOTAL TOTAL * (F) 0 1.2 3-4 3-6 7-8 9.10 11-12113-14 15.16 17-1 19-.20 21.22123-24 25.2627.3 29.n 30 l

  2. [The beneficial effect of mineral waters of Fiuggi on Pope Bonifacio VIII and Michelangelo: two prominent calculous patients].

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    Androutsos, Georges

    2005-09-01

    Going back to the dawn of time, we deal with two historical figures, that of Pope Bonifacio VIII, and that of the hierophant of art, Michelangelo Buonarroti. The texts and the codes of the British Museum (Department of Manuscripts), of the Biblioteca Medica Laurenziana (Archivio Buonarroti) of Florence, and the Biblioteca Apostolica of Vatican, convincing detalled evidence that both figures were urological patients. It concerns two clinical cases with especially pertain to the history of lithiasis of urinary tract. Even though, both of them--the first with nephrolithiasis or gravel, and the second with a bladder stone--were historically bound with the well-known cures of Fiuggi in Italy.

  3. Lessons from Ebola: Sources of Outbreak Information and the Associated Impact on UC Irvine and Ohio University College Students.

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    Koralek, Thrissia; Runnerstrom, Miryha G; Brown, Brandon J; Uchegbu, Chukwuemeka; Basta, Tania B

    2016-08-25

    Objectives. We examined the role of outbreak information sources through four domains: knowledge, attitudes, beliefs, and stigma related to the 2014 Ebola virus disease (EVD) outbreak. Methods. We conducted an online survey of 797 undergraduates at the University of California, Irvine (UCI) and Ohio University (OU) during the peak of the outbreak. We calculated individual scores for domains and analyzed associations to demographic variables and news sources. Results. Knowledge of EVD was low and misinformation was prevalent. News media (34%) and social media (19%) were the most used sources of EVD information while official government websites (OGW) were among the least used (11%). Students who acquired information through OGW had higher knowledge, more positive attitudes towards those infected, a higher belief in the government, and were less likely to stigmatize Ebola victims. Conclusions. Information sources are likely to influence students' knowledge, attitudes, beliefs, and stigma relating to EVD. This study contains crucial insight for those tasked with risk communication to college students. Emphasis should be given to developing effective strategies to achieve a comprehensive knowledge of EVD and future public health threats.

  4. Recently-developed neutron activation analysis techniques utilizing the University of California at Irvine TRIGA Mark I reactor

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    Guinn, V.P.; Chambless, D.; Cortes T, E.; DeLancey, K.; Garzonov, E.; Miller, D.A.; Miller, G.E.; Purcell, M.A.

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    The University of California at Irvine (UCI) 250 kW TRIGA Mark I reactor is used extensively for neutron activation analysis (NAA) studies. These particularly include basic technique studies and application studies in the fields of environmental pollution, crime investigation, archaeology, oceanography, and geochemistry. In recent NAA studies at UCI, a number of techniques have been developed which considerably improve the usefulness of such a research reactor for NAA work, and which should be of interest and use to others. Six of these techniques will be described in further detail in the full paper. They are as follows: development and use of (1) an automated high-precision rapid transfer system for instrumental NAA measurements with induced activities having half lives as short as 0.5 second, (2) an automated measurement system and computer program for making accurate dead-time corrections under conditions where the Ge(Li) spectrometer deadtime is changing rapidly during the counting period, (3) a technique to minimize the loss of mercury from samples during reactor irradiation via the use of dry-ice-packed, vented TRIGA rotary rack tubes, (4) a technique for compacting powdered samples, by pre-irradiation treatment with a solution of paraffin in carbon disulfide, to provide reproducible irradiation and counting geometries, (5) a method utilizing hydrated antimony pentoxide (HAP) as a pre-irradiation treatment material for removal of sodium from aqueous and wet-ashed samples, and (6) a computerized system for predicting in advance of activation, from approximate known elemental compositions, the total counting rate, deadtime, spectrum shape, principal photopeaks, and approximate actual lower limits of instrumental NAA detection of designated elements for any selected irradiation and decay times. (author)

  5. Dialoguing from a Fixed Point: How Aristotle and Pope Francis Illuminate the Promise--and Limits--of Inclusion in Catholic Higher Education

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    Petrusek, Matthew Richard

    2017-01-01

    This article examines the meaning of the word "inclusion" as it relates to Catholic identity in higher education. Noting the widespread presence of this value in the mission statements of Catholic colleges, the article draws on insights from Aristotelian logic and Pope Francis's theology of encounter to argue that inclusion can only be…

  6. The distribution of phosphorus in Popes Creek, VA, and in the Pocomoke River, MD: Two watersheds with different land management practices in the Chesapeake Bay Basin

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    Simon, N.S.; Bricker, O.P.; Newell, W.; McCoy, J.; Morawe, R.

    2005-01-01

    This paper compares phosphorus (P) concentrations in sediments from two watersheds, one with, and one without, intensive animal agriculture. The watersheds are in the coastal plain of the Chesapeake Bay and have similar physiographic characteristics. Agriculture in the Pocomoke River, MD, watershed supplied 2.7 percent of all broiler chickens produced in the USA in 1997. Poultry litter is an abundant, local source of manure for crops. Broiler chickens are not produced in the Popes Creek, VA, watershed and poultry manure is, therefore, not a major source of fertilizer. The largest concentrations of P in sediment samples are found in floodplain and main-stem bottom sediment in both watersheds. Concentrations of total P and P extracted with 1N HCl are significantly larger in main-stem bottom sediments from the Pocomoke River than in main-stem bottom sediments from Popes Creek. Larger concentrations of P are associated with what are potentially redox sensitive iron oxyhydroxides in sediment samples from the Pocomoke River watershed than are associated with what are potentially redox sensitive iron oxyhydroxides in sediment samples from the Popes Creek watershed. Data for P and iron (Fe) concentrations in sediments from the Popes Creek watershed provide a numerical framework (baseline) with which to compare P and Fe concentrations in sediment from the Pocomoke River watershed. ?? Springer 2005.

  7. Oration “Ingentes vobis gratias” of Pope Pius II (15 April, 1459, Siena). Translated by Michael von Cotta-Schönberg

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    During his stay in Siena, in the spring of 1459, Pope Pius II endeavoured to reform the political system of the city republic. In his oration, Ingentes vobis gratias, to the ruling parties, he requested the reintegration of the noble families into the government of city-state, but with little success.

  8. Adjustment of the architecture to the bioclimatic conditions of the environment on case study of the monsoon modernism of architect Geoffrey Bawa

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    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available Geoffrey Bawa (1919-2003, not well known in our ambience, was Sri Lanka's most influential architect and South Asia's leading guru of unique style, named tropical architecture. The distinction of his work is outstanding aesthetic sensitivity to site and context, especially to peculiar climatic conditions and demands. For his architectural opus he received in 2001 prestigious Aga Khan Award for Architecture, Special Chairman's Award. Although he started to engage in architecture late, in age of 38, soon he became a noted by his inventiveness in forming new canons and prototypes of modern architecture, based on traditional knowledge and perfectly fitted in local surrounding. Bawa created sustainable architecture even before the term started to be used and his masterpieces broke down the barrier between inside and outside space, designing of the interior and landscaping, reducing the building to a series of scenic spaces separated by courtyards and gardens. He is well known by his designs for private villas and hotels, but his portfolio contains public building, as schools and universities, new Sri Lanka's Parliament, sacral, office and industrial structures. Through the presentation of several projects, the paper analyzes his development path and basic characteristics of so called 'monsoon modernism' and special relationship to the bioclimatic conditions of the environment.

  9. Between the Normative and the Performative: Sex, Parody, and Other (Intractable Issues in Geoffrey Chaucer’s Miller’s Tale

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    Full Text Available The article explores how Geoffrey Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales discusses human sexuality as a major thematic concern in both its normative and its performative dimension, and sex, an (intractable issue throughout the Middle Ages, as a core motif that helps the author to explore the extant tension between the human and the ideal. On the other hand, parody and audience/reader response are important instruments in the medieval poet’s strategy of approaching delicate matters in his pilgrims’ tales, which become readily apparent in the ‘order of play’ in which the tales come. The Miller disrupts the story-telling order because this disruption serves Chaucer’s purpose of questioning the validity of the courtly love concept through a parody of courtly romance, much like the poet’s purported distancing from the heretical views upon human sexuality expressed by the Miller can be decoded as an attempt to restore the balance of power between doctrinal inflexibility and humans’ timeless desire for the natural.

  10. Oration ”Ut apertum vobis” of Pope Pius II (10 October 1458, Rome). Edited and translated by Michael v. Cotta-Schönberg. Preliminary edition, 2nd version. With the papal bull “Vocavit nos Pius”. (Orations of Enea Silvio Piccolomini / Pope Pius II; 29) :

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    Immediately after his election in August 1458, Pope Pius II began to plan for a crusade against the Turks, a cause he had worked for tirelessly since the Fall of Constantinople. He soon decided that the most effective way would be to summon the European kings and princes to a congress on the matter, to be held in a city in Northern Italy which would be more accessible for the participants from beyond the Alps than the City of Rome. After intense consultations with the cardinals, the pope form...

  11. Making and Selling the “Rock Star Pope”: The Celebritization of Pope Francis during His Five-Day Visit to the Philippines

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    Full Text Available This paper is an attempt to provide an analysis of the celebritization and celebrification of Pope Francis when he visited the Philippines from January 15 to 19, 2015. Employing the analytic concept of “culture industry” developed by the members of the Frankfurt School, and combining it with the current analyses in existing celebrity study under late capitalism, this paper will show how the local giant media corporations, namely, GMA and ABS-CBN, staged a grand “media event” that nationally mediatized and publicly magnified the celebrity status of the so-called “rock star Pope.” The current study contributes to the growing literature on celebrity study by focusing on the popular and charismatic religious leader of 1.2 billion Catholics worldwide. Toward the end of this paper, consistent with the critical slant of the Frankfurt School’s critique of mass deception, it is argued that the celebrity culture that created the “spectacle” of Pope Francis must be distinguished from his prophetic message. And this must be explored in future studies.

  12. The political uses of astrology: predicting the illness and death of princes, kings and popes in the Italian Renaissance.

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    Azzolini, Monica

    2010-06-01

    This paper examines the production and circulation of astrological prognostications regarding the illness and death of kings, princes, and popes in the Italian Renaissance (ca. 1470-1630). The distribution and consumption of this type of astrological information was often closely linked to the specific political situation in which they were produced. Depending on the astrological techniques used (prorogations, interrogations, or annual revolutions), and the media in which they appeared (private letters or printed prognostica) these prognostications fulfilled different functions in the information economy of Renaissance Italy. Some were used to legitimise the rule of a political leader, others to do just the opposite. Astrological prorogations and interrogations were often used to plan military and political strategies in case of the illness or death of a political leader, while astrological prognostications were generally written to promote certain political leaders while undermining others. While certainly often partisan to this game, astrologers, for their part, worked within a very well established tradition that gave authority to their forecasts. This paper argues that, as indicators of deeper political tensions otherwise not always explicitly manifest, these prognostications are privileged sources of information providing a better understanding of the political history of the period.

  13. « Retail the coda » : le retour au sonnet dans l’œuvre récente de Geoffrey Hill “Retail the coda”: the Return to the Sonnet in Geoffrey Hill’s Recent Work

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    Full Text Available Up until Tenebrae, the sonnet had been given a prominent place in Geoffrey Hill’s work. Relying on a slightly modernised form harking back to the Renaissance, Hill used it as a vehicle for metaphysical questioning on the nature of poetry, violence or religion. In more recent volumes, however, the form seemed to have disappeared, only to survive in a palimpsestic way. Surprisingly, Hill’s last two collections feature a return to the sonnet, with its twin themes of amorous discourse and political eloquence. Though for the most part shunning rhyme and rigid stanzaic format, the sonnets retain syllabic lines and a dialectical structure typical of the genre. The flexible placing of the volta, the use of a coda, as well as some of the thematics following on from The Orchards of Syon, point to Milton as Hill’s main influence, as well as to Coleridge and Wordsworth, as practitioners of the political sonnet. Moreover, the appearance of the autobiographical lyric ‘I’ in these sonnets as in recent collections points to the persistence of a Romantic ethos, of which the poet had been suspicious in his early writing. The sonnet, with a fresh autobiographical ‘I’ and a renewed political dimension, thus re-anchors Hill in a Romantic tradition.

  14. Evaluation of best corrected visual acuity and central macular thickness after intravitreal dexamethasone implant injections in patients with Irvine-Gass syndrome: A retrospective study of six cases.

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    Keilani, Chafik; Halalchi, Aziz; Wakpi Djeugue, Désiré; Regis, Anne; Abada, Samir

    2016-10-01

    Irvine-Gass syndrome is a macular edema (ME) that specifically occurs after cataract surgery. Its incidence varies from 0.2-2%. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of intravitreal dexamethasone implant injections in patients with Irvine-Gass syndrome. Patients with ME secondary to cataract surgery who underwent intravitreal injections of dexamethasone implant between December 2011 to October 2014 at François-Quesnay hospital (Mantes-la-Jolie, France) were retrospectively reviewed. The patients were followed for at least 10 months. All the patients were handled by intravitreal injection of dexamethasone in the eye of study among which some resisted to a preliminary treatment by non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) and acetazolamide. The patients were examined each month. The patients were again handled by intravitreal injection of dexamethasone if they presented a recurrence. The primary endpoint of the study was determined on best corrected visual acuity (BCVA) using early diabetic retinopathy study (ETDRS) scale and central macular thickness (CMT) [μm] using optical coherence tomography (OCT) 3 and 6 months after the first injection. Secondary endpoints were the number of recurrences, the number of injections, the duration average before the first recurrence, the BCVA 10 months after the first injection and the tolerance. Six eyes of six patients were studied. At baseline, the mean (standard deviation [SD]) of the BCVA was 59.8±11. Three months after the first injection, the mean (SD) of the BCVA showed a statistically significant increase to 72.2±8.6 (P=0.03). Six months after the first injection, the mean (SD) of the BCVA showed a statistically significant increase to 72±11.8 (P=0.03). Concerning the CMT, the mean (SD) was 495.6±135.2 before treatment. Three months after the first injection, the mean (SD) of the CMT showed a statistically significant decrease to 268.6±57.8 (P=0.03). Six months after the first injection, the

  15. UC Irvine CHRS Real-time Global Satellite Precipitation Monitoring System (G-WADI PERSIANN-CCS GeoServer) for Hydrometeorological Applications

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    Sorooshian, S.; Hsu, K. L.; Gao, X.; Imam, B.; Nguyen, P.; Braithwaite, D.; Logan, W. S.; Mishra, A.

    2015-12-01

    The G-WADI Precipitation Estimation from Remotely Sensed Information using Artificial Neural Networks-Cloud Classification System (PERSIANN-CCS) GeoServer has been successfully developed by the Center for Hydrometeorology and Remote Sensing (CHRS) at the University of California Irvine in collaboration with the UNESCO's International Hydrological Programme (IHP) and a number of its international centers. The system employs state-of-the-art technologies in remote sensing and artificial intelligence to estimate precipitation globally from satellite imagery in real-time and high spatiotemporal resolution (4km, hourly). It offers graphical tools and data service to help the user in emergency planning and management for natural disasters related to hydrological processes. The G-WADI PERSIANN-CCS GeoServer has been upgraded with new user-friendly functionalities. The precipitation data generated by the GeoServer is disseminated to the user community through support provided by ICIWaRM (The International Center for Integrated Water Resources Management), UNESCO and UC Irvine. Recently a number of new applications for mobile devices have been developed by our students. The RainMapper has been available on App Store and Google Play for the real-time PERSIANN-CCS observations. A global crowd sourced rainfall reporting system named iRain has also been developed to engage the public globally to provide qualitative information about real-time precipitation in their location which will be useful in improving the quality of the PERSIANN-CCS data. A number of recent examples of the application and use of the G-WADI PERSIANN-CCS GeoServer information will also be presented.

  16. Clement’s New Clothes. The Destruction of Old S. Clemente in Rome, the Eleventh-Century Frescoes, and the Cult of (AntiPope Clement III

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    Lila Yawn

    2012-04-01

    Full Text Available In the early 1100s, the fifth-century church of S. Clemente in Rome was buried beneath an entirely new basilica.  Inspired by suggestions published by Tommaso di Carpegna Falconieri (1998 and Valentino Pace (2007, the present article considers the possibility that this radical intervention constituted an act of damnatio memoriae or, better, of deletio memoriae, an obliteration of memory prompted by the nascent cult of miracles associated with Pope Paschal II’s enemy and rival, (antipope Clement III.  Clement III (Wibert of Ravenna died in 1100, not long after the execution of an extensive fresco cycle in the early Christian basilica celebrating the miracles and cult of the first-century pope and martyr St. Clement I of Rome.  Resonances between these images and the prodigia attributed to Clement III may have invited analogies between the two Clements, especially during the turbulent early years of Paschal II’s pontificate, when Paschal, alarmed by reports of his adversary’s miracles, had Clement III’s corpse exhumed and thrown into the Tiber. The perceived correspondences between the first-century pope and his eleventh-century namesake may have extended to their postmortem resting places – Clement I was martyred by being thrown into the Black Sea – as well as to their shared attributes, particularly the pontifical vestments and white hair prominently displayed in the frescoes. These attributes disappear in the early twelfth-century mosaic of Clement I on the apsidal arch of the new, upper church, where the saint is instead represented as a young man with dark hair, a dark beard, and an apostle’s clothing.  This extreme makeover in a work securely associable with Roman reform-party sponsorship effectively dissociated Clement I from the painted images in the earlier church and, very probably, from his eleventh-century namesake in the Tiber.

  17. The Pope's scientists

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    Cartlidge, Edwin

    2009-05-01

    When Galileo Galilei was being grilled by the Inquisition in 1633, he used a memorable phrase to explain why he felt that the Copernican Sun-centred world view was not at odds with Christianity. "Scripture is intended to teach us how to go to heaven, and not how the heavens go," he said. Galileo, in other words, thought that people should look to the Bible for salvation and not for an explanation of the natural world.

  18. Medicus Petrus Hispanus (c1205-77 Peter of Spain): a XIII century Pope and Author of a Medieval Sex Guide.

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    Petrus Hispanus was the only practicing physician ever to become Pope (1276-77). By all accounts he was an interim choice when rival French and Italian Cardinals could not elect one of their own nationality. Although not clearly responsible for any major political actions by the Church, Petrus was famous for several centuries after his death because of his secular writings - a text on logic (Summulae logicales) and a handbook on medicine (Thesaurus pauperum). The latter is noteworthy because it contains two sections on coitus - how to enhance the sexual act and how to subdue sexual urges. Promoting coitus seems an odd topic for a medieval Catholic cleric-writer and raises the question as to whether the first section may have been added by a later copyist or editor, but an examination of a very early manuscript of the Thesaurus gives assurance that the two sexual sections were written by Petrus, probably around 1270.

  19. The American Indian Summer Institute in Earth System Science (AISESS) at UC Irvine: A Two-Week Residential Summer Program for High School Students

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    Johnson, K. R.; Polequaptewa, N.; Leon, Y.

    2012-12-01

    Native Americans remain severely underrepresented in the geosciences, despite a clear need for qualified geoscience professionals within Tribal communities to address critical issues such as natural resource and land management, water and air pollution, and climate change. In addition to the need for geoscience professionals within Tribal communities, increased participation of Native Americans in the geosciences would enhance the overall diversity of perspectives represented within the Earth science community and lead to improved Earth science literacy within Native communities. To address this need, the Department of Earth System Science and the American Indian Resource Program at the University California have organized a two-week residential American Indian Summer Institute in Earth System Science (AISESS) for high-school students (grades 9-12) from throughout the nation. The format of the AISESS program is based on the highly-successful framework of a previous NSF Funded American Indian Summer Institute in Computer Science (AISICS) at UC Irvine and involves key senior personnel from the AISICS program. The AISESS program, however, incorporates a week of camping on the La Jolla Band of Luiseño Indians reservation in Northern San Diego County, California. Following the week of camping and field projects, the students spend a week on the campus of UC Irvine participating in Earth System Science lectures, laboratory activities, and tours. The science curriculum is closely woven together with cultural activities, native studies, and communication skills programs The program culminates with a closing ceremony during which students present poster projects on environmental issues relevant to their tribal communities. The inaugural AISESS program took place from July 15th-28th, 2012. We received over 100 applications from Native American high school students from across the nation. We accepted 40 students for the first year, of which 34 attended the program. The

  20. Considerations regarding the catholic dioceses founded by the popes of Avignon outside the Carpathians: the bishopric of Milcova and the bishopric of Siret

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    Full Text Available Between 1309 and 1377 the papacy moved its headquarters from Rome to Avignon. Nevertheless, the interest shown by the French pontiffs towards Eastern Europe did not diminish, but stayed the same. Considering the appreciable distance between the papal residence in the south of France and the outer part of the Carpathians, an engagement from the part of the pontiffs in this area was inconceivable without the support of the secular power. During their stay at Avignon, the French pontiffs created two dioceses outside the Carpathians: the bishopric of Milcovia, the successor of the Cumans' bishopric, and the bishopric of Siret, founded at the initiative of Laţcu, the voivode of Moldavia. As to the bishopric of Milcova, the initiative came from pope Joan XXII in the year 1332. Subsequently, the existence of this bishopric found itself in a close relation with the projects of political control of Louis I of Anjou, the king of Hungary, outside the Carpathians. Even if, practically, it was an "in partibus'' bishopric, the diocese of Milcovia had titulars all through the 14th century. In the case of the Catholic bishopric of Siret, the foundation of this ecclesiastic union (1370-1371 was made at the initiative of voivode Laţcu of Moldavia, whose desire was to ensure the recently gained independence of his state, against the claims of Hungary and Poland, addressing pope Urban V through two Franciscan monks. Laţcu demanded that Andrew, a Polish Franciscan, should be appointed bishop of Siret. The foundation of the bishopric of Siret was to guarantee the independence of Moldavia, assimilated to a "regnum'', granting its leader, Laţcu, an undisputed illegitimacy from the part of any other Catholic prince. In our opinion, these are elements that enable us to state that during the times of Laţcu Moldova was part St.Peter's Patrimony.

  1. Flipping the advanced cardiac life support classroom with team-based learning: comparison of cognitive testing performance for medical students at the University of California, Irvine, United States

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    Full Text Available Purpose: It aimed to find if written test results improved for advanced cardiac life support (ACLS taught in flipped classroom/team-based Learning (FC/TBL vs. lecture-based (LB control in University of California-Irvine School of Medicine, USA. Methods: Medical students took 2010 ACLS with FC/TBL (2015, compared to 3 classes in LB (2012-14 format. There were 27.5 hours of instruction for FC/TBL model (TBL 10.5, podcasts 9, small-group simulation 8 hours, and 20 (12 lecture, simulation 8 hours in LB. TBL covered 13 cardiac cases; LB had none. Seven simulation cases and didactic content were the same by lecture (2012-14 or podcast (2015 as was testing: 50 multiple-choice questions (MCQ, 20 rhythm matchings, and 7 fill-in clinical cases. Results: 354 students took the course (259 [73.1%] in LB in 2012-14, and 95 [26.9%] in FC/TBL in 2015. Two of 3 tests (MCQ and fill-in improved for FC/TBL. Overall, median scores increased from 93.5% (IQR 90.6, 95.4 to 95.1% (92.8, 96.7, P=0.0001. For the fill-in test: 94.1% for LB (89.6, 97.2 to 96.6% for FC/TBL (92.4, 99.20 P=0.0001. For MC: 88% for LB (84, 92 to 90% for FC/TBL (86, 94, P=0.0002. For the rhythm test: median 100% for both formats. More students failed 1 of 3 tests with LB vs. FC/TBL (24.7% vs. 14.7%, and 2 or 3 components (8.1% vs. 3.2%, P=0.006. Conversely, 82.1% passed all 3 with FC/TBL vs. 67.2% with LB (difference 14.9%, 95% CI 4.8-24.0%. Conclusion: A FC/TBL format for ACLS marginally improved written test results.

  2. Intervjuu prof. Geoffrey Batcheniga / intervjueerinud Peeter Linnap

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    Fotograafia leiutamise ühiskondlikust vajadusest 19. sajandil - tahtest fotografeerida, et aega kas või ajutiselt fikseerida, Foucault', Derrida ja Barthes'i fotograafiat puudutavatest tekstidest, nende analüüsist ja kontekstualiseerimisest teiste kultuurinähtustega ka autori teostes, eriti raamatus "Burning with Desire"

  3. POPE: Partial Order Preserving Encoding

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    2016-09-09

    Girao, and M. Acharya. Concealed data aggregation for reverse multicast traffic in sensor networks : Encryption, key distribution, and routing adaptation...are common in “ big data ” applications while still maintain- ing search functionality and achieving stronger security. Specifi- cally, we propose a new...security and performance makes our scheme better suited for today’s insert-heavy databases. 1. INTRODUCTION Range queries over big data . A common

  4. Clement’s New Clothes. The Destruction of Old S. Clemente in Rome, the Eleventh-Century Frescoes, and the Cult of (AntiPope Clement III Clement’s New Clothes. The Destruction of Old S. Clemente in Rome, the Eleventh-Century Frescoes, and the Cult of (AntiPope Clement III

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    The perceived correspondences between the first-century pope and his eleventh-century namesake may have extended to their postmortem resting places – Clement I was martyred by being thrown into the Black Sea – as well as to their shared attributes, particularly the pontifical vestments and white hair prominently displayed in the frescoes. These attributes disappear in the early twelfth-century mosaic of Clement I on the apsidal arch of the new, upper church, where the saint is instead represented as a young man with dark hair, a dark beard, and an apostle’s clothing.  This extreme makeover in a work securely associable with Roman reform-party sponsorship effectively dissociated Clement I from the painted images in the earlier church and, very probably, from his eleventh-century namesake in the Tiber.

    Agli inizi del secolo XI, la chiesa di S

  5. Reading BEA II in Irvine (And Elsewhere)

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    Trimble, Virginia L.

    2017-01-01

    It is just possible that the number of BEA authors and editors exceeds the number of its readers, but I doubt this, having done all three. Perhaps unusually, I have gone through each edition page by page: BEA I several years ago, looking for what everybody who was alive at the time did during World War I, and BEA II just recently, in the process of compiling potted history of the development of stellar astronomy and astrophysics in Germany. Neither task would have been possible without BEA, which I therefore celebrate, along with Tom Hockey's enormous foresight, energy, and persistence. If we were starting over, I (and probably he!) would ask authors and editors for at least two things -- closer adherence to a format that puts the most notable work (why this person is here!) first, followed by "life" and "works" - and, where the information is available, what the person did or had happen that must surely have influenced life, beliefs, philosophy, what haveyou, beyond the scientific achievements. We know what Einstein, Karl Schwarzschild, and Rudolph Minkowski were doing in 1916, while a number of other articles have holes about that time. And it is obvious why Martin Schwarzschild and Hans Bethe ceased to be German astronomers; not so obvious for others. And, while we are at it, what turned von Weizsäcker and Albert Wilson so firmly away from the science in which they had already left large footprints?

  6. IRVIN - Intelligent Road and Vehicle test INfrastructure

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    Bakker, R.T.; Hogema, J.A.; Huiskamp, W.; Papp, Z.

    2005-01-01

    Simulation, or rather virtual testing, is a good instrument for study and design of traffic management concepts, traffic safety, vehicle safety and ergonomics. Simulation facilitates the evaluation of the design at an early stage and reduces the costs of making prototypes. The Dutch research

  7. The Cairo conference: feminists vs. the Pope.

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    Grant, L

    1994-07-01

    The draft Programme of Action to be discussed at the UN International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) in Cairo is not about population and development, but about women and related agendas, supporting the various family forms (which promote population growth), and incalculable amounts of funding to increase the breadth of goals (e.g., more funding to improve the quality of life in cities). It does little to link those goals with global population growth. The US Department of State supports the militant feminists' agenda, which is for money to be directed to women's advancement activities rather than to direct population programs. Their reasoning is that women will achieve the socially desirable fertility level if they have unimpeded freedom of choice. The Vatican, which opposes birth control and abortion, is chastising the women's groups and the population movement. The US government has shifted its position to accommodate the militant feminists. It is not listening to bioscientists, demographers, and others who might have mellowed the advocacy approach. The draft Programme of Action has no population goals, which are needed to operate a population program. The US government should call for meeting unmet needs for contraception, expansion of family planning facilities and services in developing countries, and reinstatement of goals in the international population dialogue. It should also continue efforts to persuade developing country leaders of the importance of the population issue and of incentives and disincentives. Its first priority should be population, followed by development assistance to maternal and child health services coordinated with family planning services.

  8. of Geoffrey Leech's Semantics: the Study of Meaning

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    ings of units of form (e.g. 'words'), together with rules governing the semantic ... who has before him Harrap's French-English, English-French dictionary as his sale ..... The second distinction is between 'conceptual' ('literal ') and other kinds of ...

  9. Irvine Smart Grid Demonstration, a Regional Smart Grid Demonstration Project

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    2015-12-29

    ISGD was a comprehensive demonstration that spanned the electricity delivery system and extended into customer homes. The project used phasor measurement technology to enable substation-level situational awareness, and demonstrated SCE’s next-generation substation automation system. It extended beyond the substation to evaluate the latest generation of distribution automation technologies, including looped 12-kV distribution circuit topology using URCIs. The project team used DVVC capabilities to demonstrate CVR. In customer homes, the project evaluated HAN devices such as smart appliances, programmable communicating thermostats, and home energy management components. The homes were also equipped with energy storage, solar PV systems, and a number of energy efficiency measures (EEMs). The team used one block of homes to evaluate strategies and technologies for achieving ZNE. A home achieves ZNE when it produces at least as much renewable energy as the amount of energy it consumes annually. The project also assessed the impact of device-specific demand response (DR), as well as load management capabilities involving energy storage devices and plug-in electric vehicle charging equipment. In addition, the ISGD project sought to better understand the impact of ZNE homes on the electric grid. ISGD’s SENet enabled end-to-end interoperability between multiple vendors’ systems and devices, while also providing a level of cybersecurity that is essential to smart grid development and adoption across the nation. The ISGD project includes a series of sub-projects grouped into four logical technology domains: Smart Energy Customer Solutions, Next-Generation Distribution System, Interoperability and Cybersecurity, and Workforce of the Future. Section 2.3 provides a more detailed overview of these domains.

  10. A Saint of Damned Memory. Clement III, (AntiPope

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    Full Text Available In the wake of the death of (antipope Clement III at Civita Castellana in the year 1100, various written sources bore witness to the many miracles – the «plurima miracula» – that occurred around his tomb.  These miracles contributed to the spread of the fame of Clement’s sanctity, which was strongly upheld by the anti-Gregorian party and resolutely opposed by Gregory VII’s successors. Affirmed by some, contrasted by others, and ultimately condemned to oblivion, Clement III’s sanctity amply illustrates the reasons why the reform of the eleventh century cannot be interpreted as an unambiguous, linear process.

  11. reflection on the theology of joseph ratzinger (pope benedict xvi)

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    the Faith which issued, in 1985, a Notification on his book, Church, Charism and Power (1981), signed by Joseph ... Ratzinger's doctoral studies in the ecclesiology of Augustine and ...... Harvard Divinity Bulletin (autumn):56-62. Gutierrez, G.

  12. The Pope's Jesus book and the Christologies of the gospels

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    Jun 7, 2011 ... approaches: redaction criticism, narrative-semantic analysis and intertextuality. The final section contains a sketch of the current state of research on the historical Jesus and its relevance for Christology. The multiplicity in the literary and historical approaches poses challenges to the further development of ...

  13. New formulation of Hardin-Pope equations for aeroacoustics

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    Ekaterinaris, J.A.

    1999-01-01

    Dynamics, Vol. 6, No. 5-6, 1994, pp. 334-340). This method requires detailed information about the unsteady aerodynamic flowfield, which usually is obtained from a computational fluid dynamics solution. A new, conservative formulation of the equations governing acoustic disturbances is presented....... The conservative form of the governing equations is obtained after application of a transformation of variables that produces a set of inhomogeneous equations similar to the conservation-law form of the compressible Euler equations. The source term of these equations depends only on the derivatives...... of the hydrodynamic variables. Explicit time marching is performed. A high-order accurate, upwind-biased numerical scheme is used for numerical solution of the conservative equations. The convective fluxes are evaluated using upwind-biased formulas and flux-vector splitting. Solutions are obtained for the acoustic...

  14. Hexagon POPE: effective particles and tree level resummation

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    Córdova, Lucía [Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics,Waterloo, Ontario N2L 2Y5 (Canada); Department of Physics and Astronomy & Guelph-Waterloo Physics Institute,University of Waterloo,Waterloo, Ontario N2L 3G1 (Canada)

    2017-01-12

    We present the resummation of the full Pentagon Operator Product Expansion series of the hexagon Wilson loop in planar N=4 SYM at tree level. We do so by considering the one effective particle states formed by a fundamental flux tube excitation and an arbitrary number of the so called small fermions which are then integrated out. We derive the one effective particle measures at finite coupling. By evaluating these measures at tree level and summing over all one effective particle states we reproduce the full 6 point tree level amplitude.

  15. diseases and causes of death among the popes 1. introduction

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    alia assassination, death in prison or in exile, casualties of war or public violence, poi- soning and stoning .... He died in 653 on the Crimean peninsula, of a combination of abuse, starvation and .... abscess. Raphael, Uffizi Gallery, Florence.

  16. O Papa precisa do marxismo? Bento XVI e a incompatibilidade entre a fé cristã e a fé marxista (Does Pope need of Marxism? Benedict XVI and the incompatibility between the Christian faith and the Marxist faith

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    Rudy Albino Assunção

    2012-10-01

    Full Text Available O marxismo aparece insistentemente na teologia e no magistério de Joseph Ratzinger-Bento XVI como um inimigo permanente ao qual o cristianismo deve se contrapor, sem possibilidades de conciliação entre ambos. Mas qual concepção subjaz essa rejeição tão peremptória, tão decidida? Para alcançarmos a resposta a tal questão, aprofundamos a visão de Joseph Ratzinger a partir de alguns de seus escritos teológicos (anteriores ao pontificado e, em seguida, nas suas três encíclicas, o ponto alto de seu magistério papal (Deus caritas est, Spe salvi e Caritas in veritate. Defendemos que a crítica de Bento XVI, antes de ser exclusivamente teológica (ou doutrinária, é filosófica, baseada na racionalidade e não na fé professada pela Igreja, que lhe permite tratar o marxismo não simplesmente como um programa político que vai contra alguns valores cristãos, mas como uma escatologia judaico-cristã secularizada, um messianismo político, portanto, como uma religião, como uma fé, que nega e esvazia o núcleo essencial da fé cristã. E aqui está a raiz da sua oposição. Palavras-chave: Marxismo. Bento XVI. Messianismo. Escatologia política.   Abstract: Marxism appears repeatedly in Pope Benedict’s theology and teaching as a permanent enemy that Christianity must oppose without any possibilities of conciliation between them. However, what underlies this decisive rejection? To answer this question we look further into Joseph Ratzinger’s perspective starting with some of his theological writings (before the pontificate followed by three of his encyclicals, the high point of his papal teaching (Deus caritas est, Spe salvi e Caritas in veritate. We argue that Benedict XVI's criticism, prior to being purely theological (or doctrinal, is philosophical, based on rationality and not in the faith professed by the Church, allowing him to treat marxism not simply as a political program that goes against some Christian values

  17. Geoffrey Parker. Global Crisis: War, climate and catastrophe in the seventeenth century.

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    Full Text Available Hace más de medio siglo el historiador francés Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie empezó a llamar la atención de los historiadores agrarios hacia los fenómenos meteorológicos.[1] Su propio giro hacia la historia del clima fue motivado por la aparición recurrente en las fuentes de alusiones a buenas y malas cosechas, hambrunas, veranos lluviosos e inviernos fríos. Su interés, y el de muchos otros historiadores que han compartido su inquietud,[2] se explica por la relación estrecha que las sociedades preindustriales tenían con el clima y la imposibilidad para sortear sus fluctuaciones con el transporte de alimentos a grandes distancias, los sistemas de refrigeración y calefacción, la construcción de grandes embalses, o la manipulación genética de alimentos; herramientas que hoy en día hacen que los habitantes urbanos subestimemos lo crítico que resulta producir alimentos cuando las precipitaciones o las temperaturas se alejan de las expectativas.

  18. From pleasure machines to moral communities (Reflections on a new book by Geoffrey Hodgson)

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    Yefimov, Vladimir

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    Academic economists have a strong influence on political discourse in Russia by delivering through courses of "Economic theory" and "Institutional economics" very harmful conceptual elements for political discourse. This article proposes to change radically these courses in such a way that, instead of self-interest of the economic man, consideration of social relations exclusively through the prism of exchange, society and community as fictions, the state as a bandit and the opportunistic beh...

  19. The Irvine, Beatties, and Bresnahan (IBB) Forelimb Recovery Scale: An Assessment of Reliability and Validity

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    Irvine, Karen-Amanda; Ferguson, Adam R.; Mitchell, Kathleen D.; Beattie, Stephanie B.; Lin, Amity; Stuck, Ellen D.; Huie, J. Russell; Nielson, Jessica L.; Talbott, Jason F.; Inoue, Tomoo; Beattie, Michael S.; Bresnahan, Jacqueline C.

    2014-01-01

    The IBB scale is a recently developed forelimb scale for the assessment of fine control of the forelimb and digits after cervical spinal cord injury [SCI; (1)]. The present paper describes the assessment of inter-rater reliability and face, concurrent and construct validity of this scale following SCI. It demonstrates that the IBB is a reliable and valid scale that is sensitive to severity of SCI and to recovery over time. In addition, the IBB correlates with other outcome measures and is highly predictive of biological measures of tissue pathology. Multivariate analysis using principal component analysis (PCA) demonstrates that the IBB is highly predictive of the syndromic outcome after SCI (2), and is among the best predictors of bio-behavioral function, based on strong construct validity. Altogether, the data suggest that the IBB, especially in concert with other measures, is a reliable and valid tool for assessing neurological deficits in fine motor control of the distal forelimb, and represents a powerful addition to multivariate outcome batteries aimed at documenting recovery of function after cervical SCI in rats. PMID:25071704

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    ... posted by the subject firm in Malaysia at the same time as the domestic layoffs. Additionally, the... imports of these articles from Malaysia. In a letter submitted to the Department on June 13, 2011, the... facilities overseas. AR 152, 212-218, 228-231, 244, 245-246, 271-279. After the design and development of the...

  1. New teaching methods in use at UC Irvine's optical engineering and instrument design programs

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    Silberman, Donn M.; Rowe, T. Scott; Jo, Joshua; Dimas, David

    2012-10-01

    New teaching methods reach geographically dispersed students with advances in Distance Education. Capabilities include a new "Hybrid" teaching method with an instructor in a classroom and a live WebEx simulcast for remote students. Our Distance Education Geometric and Physical Optics courses include Hands-On Optics experiments. Low cost laboratory kits have been developed and YouTube type video recordings of the instructor using these tools guide the students through their labs. A weekly "Office Hour" has been developed using WebEx and a Live Webcam the instructor uses to display his live writings from his notebook for answering students' questions.

  2. Geoffrey Hill as Lord of Limit: the Kenosis as a Theological Context of his Poetry and Thought Note sur la kénose dans la poésie et la pensée de Geoffrey Hill

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    Adrian Grafe

    2009-05-01

    Full Text Available L’hymne kénotique pré-paulinienne (cf l’épître aux Philippiens, 2: 5-11 est un contexte pertinent pour situer la poésie et la poétique de Hill. Et la poésie et la prose de Hill montrent qu’il réfléchit sur cette notion (la kénose depuis au moins les sonnets de « Lachrimae » (1978 ; en passant par le titre et certains aspects du contenu de l’ouvrage critique The Lords of Limit (1984, ainsi que par l’appendice rédigé pour Christ : The Self-Emptying of God (1997 de Lucien Richard, jusqu’à The Triumph of Love (1998 et au-delà. Dans l’appendice de l’ouvrage de Richard, Hill évoque la « poésie kénotique » de Herbert, qui marie la maîtrise (la dimension seigneuriale et l’humilité (l’aspect limité. Dans la mesure où le terme « kénotique » est théologique, cette remarque sous-tend la lecture poético-théologique de l’œuvre de Hill lui-même qui est ici proposée sous une forme brève comme son titre l’indique.

  3. Reproductive toxicity of chromium in adult bonnet monkeys (Macaca radiata Geoffrey). Reversible oxidative stress in the semen

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    Subramanian, Senthivinayagam; Rajendiran, Gopalakrishnan; Sekhar, Pasupathi; Gowri, Chandrahasan; Govindarajulu, Pera; Aruldhas, Mariajoseph Michael

    2006-01-01

    The present study was designed to test the hypothesis that oxidative stress mediates chromium-induced reproductive toxicity. Monthly semen samples were collected from adult monkeys (Macaca radiata), which were exposed to varying doses (50, 100, 200 and 400 ppm) of chromium (as potassium dichromate) for 6 months through drinking water. Chromium treatment decreased sperm count, sperm forward motility and the specific activities of antioxidant enzymes, superoxide dismutase and catalase, and the concentration of reduced glutathione in both seminal plasma and sperm in a dose- and duration-dependent manner. On the other hand, the quantum of hydrogen peroxide in the seminal plasma/sperm from monkeys exposed to chromium increased with increasing dose and duration of chromium exposure. All these changes were reversed after 6 months of chromium-free exposure period. Simultaneous supplementation of vitamin C (0.5 g/L; 1.0 g/L; 2.0 g/L) prevented the development of chromium-induced oxidative stress. Data support the hypothesis and show that chronic chromium exposure induces a reversible oxidative stress in the seminal plasma and sperm by creating an imbalance between reactive oxygen species and antioxidant system, leading to sperm death and reduced motility of live sperm

  4. The democratic experience in divided societies : the Baltic states in comparative perspective / Geoffrey Evans, Christine S Lipsmeyer

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    Evans, Geoffrey

    2001-01-01

    Artiklis võrreldakse vähemusrahvuste rahulolu demokratiseerimisprotsessiga ning osalemist demokraatlikes protsessides kolmes Balti riigis ning kümnes Ida-Euroopa riigis 1990. aastail. Tabelid. Lisa: The surveys

  5. Installation Restoration Program. Phase 1: Records Search, Pope Air Force Base, North Carolina

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    Diazinon Calcium Cyanide A-Dust Pramitol 25E Mayforce Rodeo PZ 270 Dursban Fungicides Prograss PZ 250 Baygon Weed Hoe 108 Unicorn Fogging Solution Benlate...head; the direction in which ground water flows. I DPDO: Defense Property Disposal Office, previously included Redistri- bution and Marketing (R&M

  6. Final Environmental Assessment- Air Traffic Control Tower and Fire Station Pope AFB, NC

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    2004-06-01

    depressions on the landscape, and between water and dry land along the edges of streams, rivers, lakes, and coastlines. Inland wetlands receive water from...bladderwort c May-July Vaccinium macrocarpon Cranberry c April-June Utricularia olivacea Dwarf bladderwort T Sept-Oct Warea cuneifolia Carolina

  7. Worldwide C-17 Availability to Support 82nd Airborne Operations from Fort Bragg/Pope Field

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    elsewhere. Now, with operational tempo in the Middle East slowing, the 82nd must analyze how best to leverage its capabilities in support of the GRF...www.rand.org/pubs/research_reports/RR1161.html Stiner, Carl, and Daniel R. Schroeder, “The Army and Joint Forcible Entry,” Army Magazine Vol. 59, No.11

  8. The Catholic Bishops in the U.S. Public Arena: Changing Prospects under Pope Francis

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    Full Text Available The public profile of the Roman Catholic bishops of the United States results not simply from their own interventions in political life, but from the broad array of actions and actors within “public Catholicism” broadly conceived. This article assesses the contemporary profile of the American bishops from this broad angle, particularly in light of new dynamics under the papacy of Francis I. It does so by documenting public Catholicism’s presence in ecclesial institutions, other public institutions, and lay-centered social movements (particularly faith-based community organizing and via a case study of the healthcare reform debate around the State Children’s Health Insurance Program and the Affordable Care Act. Cultural and institutional factors shaping Catholic public presence are analyzed in three dimensions of social life: institutional leadership; authority dynamics within the Church; and the culture of prayer, spirituality, and worship in parishes. Finally, the conclusion discusses the key dynamics likely to shape the future of public Catholicism in America.

  9. The Pope's Jesus book and the Christologies of the gospels | Weren ...

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    In this way, the book narrows the gap between the historical Jesus and the Christ of faith. The next section argues for maintaining the multiplicity of images of Jesus as a literary figure that is the fruit of relatively recent approaches: redaction criticism, narrative-semantic analysis and intertextuality. The final section contains a ...

  10. Love, Charity, & Pope Leo XIII: A Leadership Paradigm for Catholic Education

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    Davis, Henry J.

    2015-01-01

    The treatment of workers is an ongoing social issue affecting society. No organization is immune to questionable employee practices, including Catholic educational institutions. For Catholic leadership to fully embody its intended justice-based role, it must first be aware of the social teachings put forth by the Roman Catholic Church. In this…

  11. Excerpts from Vatican's "Veritatis Splendor," Pope John Paul II's Views of Moral Truth.

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    Excerpts are presented from a recent papal encyclical that sets forth John Paul II's views on timeless moral truths and on dissent from them within the Roman Catholic Church. The responsibility of bishops to monitor Catholic institutions, including educational institutions, is noted. (MSE)

  12. Popes in the Pizza: Analyzing Activity Reports to Create and Sustain a Strategic Plan

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    Sweet, Charlie; Blythe, Hal; Keeley, E. J.; Forsyth, Ben

    2008-01-01

    This article presents a practical methodology for creating and sustaining strategic planning, the task analysis. Utilizing our Teaching & Learning Center Strategic Plan as a model, we demonstrate how working with a weekly status report provides a comprehensive listing of detail necessary to analyze and revise the plan. The new methodology is…

  13. 75 FR 1073 - Holla Bend National Wildlife Refuge, Pope and Yell Counties, AR

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    ... mandated activities for protection of federally listed species. Control of nuisance wildlife populations... and gun, with the exception of a small tract adjacent to the Levee Trail. Turkeys, rabbits, squirrels... aggressive control measures initiated. Habitat management would include converting 125 acres from...

  14. 75 FR 36437 - Holla Bend National Wildlife Refuge, Pope and Yell Counties, AR

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    ... services) position. These enhancements will greatly increase our capability and opportunity to conduct... ADA-compliant fishing pier at Lodge Lake's bank fishing area, development of a bird observation trail...

  15. Employment creation, technological efficiency, and distributional judgements : a case study in road construction / [by] G.W. Irvin

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    G.W. Irvin (George)

    1975-01-01

    textabstractThe present article is concerned with the relationship between distributional and efficiency criteria and the objective of employment creation in a single sector, that of road construction. The work is based on a series of case studies carried out in Iran, one such study being presented

  16. Bringing compassion to the ethical dilemma in killing kangaroos for conservation: comment on "Conservation through sustainable use" by Rob Irvine.

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    Ramp, Daniel

    2013-06-01

    Ethical debate on the killing of kangaroos has polarised conservation and animal welfare science, yet at the heart of these scientific disciplines is the unifying aim of reducing harm to non-human animals. This aim provides the foundation for common ground, culminating in the development of compassionate conservation principles that seek to provide mechanisms for achieving both conservation and welfare goals. However, environmental decision-making is not devoid of human interests, and conservation strategies are commonly employed that suit entrenched positions and commercial gain, rather than valuing the needs of the non-human animals in need of protection. The case study on the wild kangaroo harvest presents just such a dilemma, whereby a conservation strategy is put forward that can only be rationalised by ignoring difficulties in the potential for realising conservation benefits and the considerable welfare cost to kangaroos. Rather than an open debate on the ethics of killing game over livestock, in this response I argue that efforts to bring transparency and objectivity to the public debate have to date been obfuscated by those seeking to maintain entrenched interests. Only by putting aside these interests will debate about the exploitation of wildlife result in humane, compassionate, and substantive conservation benefits.

  17. Summary record: Workshop on alternatives to chlorofluorocarbons as solvents. Held in Irvine, California on June 17-18, 1991

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    1991-06-01

    The impetus for minimization or elimination of chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) comes from the growing body of knowledge concerning depletion of the stratospheric ozone layer and formation of polar ozone 'holes'. The workshop concentrated on solvent usage, which constitutes some 12% of CFCs contribution to ozone depletion and is estimated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) at a sales dollar volume of $145 million per year for the United States alone. There is widespread solvent use in the electronics, automotive, defense, and spacecraft industries, as well as by a myriad of smaller fabricators and for consumer products. Seventeen major corporations in collaboration with the EPA, have formed the Industry Cooperative for Ozone Layer Protection (ICOLP). Two meetings were held prior to the workshop. The first included presentations by representatives from the ICOLP member companies on the pertinent activities of their respective organizations. The objective of this meeting was to brief the steering committee on the needs, limitations, problems, and successes in the development of alternatives to CFCs. Much of the background material presented in the workshop report was compiled during this first meeting. The objectives of the second meeting of the steering committee were to plan the agenda for the workshop and to identify the industry representatives to be invited

  18. Irvine-Michigan-Brookhaven nucleon decay search: report on an experiment sensitive to a lifetime of 10 /sup 33/ years

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    Sulak, L.R.

    1980-01-01

    We have studied the properties of, and the expected backgrounds in, a totally active 10,000 ton water Cerenkov detector located deep underground and sensitive to many of the conjectured decay modes of the nucleons in it. Identification of (2[,3=) and (4e,4U) secondaries, good energy resolution, and good angular resolution provide sufficient background rejection in the detector under construction to permit one to obtain significant information about several decay channels, should they be observed. If no events were recorded in the device in one year, a lower limit of 1--10 /sup 33/ years would be placed on the partial lifetime for the most distinct nucleon decay modes. Depending upon the decay channel, this is 1--3 orders of magnitude longer than previous measurements, and is at or beyond the level suggested by many unifying theories. The sensitivity predicted for this instrument is within an order of magnitude of that achievable in an arbitrarily large detector of this general type, since known background from atmosphere neutrinos imposes an inherent limit

  19. Women in Chemistry: Their Changing Roles from Alchemical Times to the Mid-Twentieth Century (by Marelene Rayner-Canham and Geoffrey Rayner-Canham)

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    Caserio, Marjorie C.

    1999-07-01

    Women who made significant contributions in the chemical sciences prior to the 20th century do not come readily to mind. Yet, as this book relates so engagingly, women have been influential in chemistry since the earliest period of recorded history. However, Women in Chemistry is more than a dated collection of biographical sketches of notable women scientists. The book highlights the main periods of history when it was possible for women to have some measure of success in the chemical sciences and focuses on their changing roles from alchemical times to the mid-20th century. By glimpsing into the life and work of individuals in the context of the time in which they lived, the authors impart a credible and moving image of the restraints imposed on aspiring women scientists and the obstacles that confronted them-making the extent of their contributions all the more remarkable. Each chapter has a theme into which are woven selected biographical sketches. Chapter 1 offers a whirlwind tour of the centuries from Babylonian times (1200 B.C.E.) through the Middle Ages and into the 17th century, giving perspective on how the various civilizations did (or did not) consider women capable of intellectual achievement or permit such of them. This short but powerful chapter invokes appreciation for the major contributions made by women in the face of enormous obstacles of prejudice, superstition (witchcraft), monastic reprisals, pseudoscience (alchemy), and denial of education. The women featured include Maria Hebraea (around 300 C.E.famed for the water bath, bain Marie), Hypatia (mathematician, 400 C.E.), Western alchemists (de Gourney and Meudrac), and Chinese alchemists. By the 18th century, science had progressed and alchemy was at an end. Though enlightened scientifically, western society still considered women's intellect inferior. But, as Chapter 2 relates, the literary salons of France nurtured intellectual discussion in society women, and it was in this context that such women pursued higher education. The role of women as "chemical assistants" to leading chemists of the day is well illustrated in the lives of du Chatelet, Paulze-Lavoisier, Picardet, and Necker de Saussure. Sadly, all this ended with the French Revolution when the woman intellectual became unacceptable. Chapter 3 focuses on a few exceptional women of the 1800-1900s who succeeded independently in their scientific work in an era when, without access to universities and financial resources, it was almost impossible to function other than as a "chemical assistant". This chapter gives a fascinating account of the life and work of five women, including Elizabeth Fulhame, who is credited with the discovery of photoreduction and the concept of catalysis, and Agnes Pockels, who, without formal education or laboratory facilities, pioneered research in surface films. By the 1850s, access to advanced education for women began in earnest. Chapter 4 tells of this radical change and its ramifications. This most readable account of the cultural conflicts that existed in Europe and the United States over educating women, admitting them to professional societies, and gaining faculty appointments is exemplified in the biographies of four U.S. women (Ellen Swallow Richards, Rachel Lloyd, Laura Linton, Ida Freund) and two Russian women (Yulya Lermontova and Vera Bogdanovskaia). Much of the content of the book resides in the remaining chapters (5-10) and covers 20th century science through 1950. The titles, Women in: Crystallography (Chapter 5), Radioactivity (Chapter 6), Biochemistry (Chapter 7), Industrial Chemistry (Chapter 8), Analytical, Education and History (Chapter 9), suggest that women favored some areas of chemistry over others. Why did they tend to congregate in certain fields? The authors give cogent reasons why this was so. They observe that, in developing fields, there was initially a collegiality among colleagues and the support of senior mentors that established a working environment in which women felt welcome and in which they could flourish. The early success of women in crystallography, radioactivity, and biochemistry encouraged other women to follow. There also seems to have been more opportunity for women in emerging fields than in more established but more competitive areas of science. The biographies of the women chemists featured are poignant accounts of their lives, their work, and the recognition they received for it. Though short, the biographies have been well researched and are well referenced, which should enable interested readers to delve more deeply into the subject if they wish. There are common threads that run through all the accounts, which the authors point to as important factors in determining success. These include encouragement in early years, particularly through sympathetic parents or close relatives; access to formal education; and family values that stress education. The encouragement of mentors is a recurrent theme, as is a hospitable working environment. Mentoring recognized as important not only for individual success but also in creating and sustaining whole areas of research (as we see in crystallography and radioactivity). Each biography documents an impressive record of achievement even when the obstacles encountered in the woman's personal as well as professional life were almost overwhelming. Regrettably, as the authors point out, most women left no personal records (or they have since been lost or destroyed), so we are denied their perspective on their life and times. Evidently, women did not feel sufficient self-worth to record their autobiographies. In fact, a feature that appears in several of the biographies is the "awful self-doubt" about their own abilities. But it is apparent that success increased self-esteem, which fueled further achievement. Other attributes necessary for success included great determination, incredible tenacity, and almost obsessive enthusiasm for chemistry. The authors are selective in their choice of biographies. They feature women on the basis of importance and interest rather than just the most notable. The crystallography chapter reveals the paradox that outstanding work is sometimes recognized (Lonsdale and Hodgkin) and sometimes not (Franklin). Chapter 6 is a fascinating account of the roller-coaster fortunes of women in radioactivity (Curie, Gleditsch, Chamie, Joliot-Curie, Perey, Brooks, Horovitz, Meitner, Noddack, and Goeppert-Mayer) and is the strongest chapter of the book. The biochemistry chapter acknowledges the work of Hoobler, Pennington, Denis, Fuller Brown, Cori, Elion, Willcock, Menten, Wrinch, and others. Industrial Chemistry was not a haven for women during the first part of this century, but the remarkable contributions of a few (Leslie, Wall, Blodgett, and Lathbury) are described in Chapter 8. The barriers for women in industry were numerous, including policy bans on married women and perceptions that women were unskilled or incapable of chemical work, even though they proved otherwise in the urgent need of wartime. Chapter 9 is a mixed bag, beginning with analytical chemists (Cremer and Miller), including surprisingly few who became prominent in education (Emma Perry Carr of Mount Holyoke and Mary Fieser of Bryn Mawr and Harvard), and ending with the famous historian of science Helen Metzger. In the concluding chapter, we are reminded of the ups and downs for women scientists in the first half of the 20th century. Blossoming educational and job opportunities led to record numbers of women in science by the early 1900s, but the numbers declined in the aftermath of World War I and to a lesser extent after World War II, as a result of changing societal attitudes when men and women compete for the same jobs. This thought-provoking book, elegantly written, concludes with the rhetorical question: will the current "second wave" of women scientists in this century be more permanent than the first, and will they play a full role in determining the nature and culture of chemistry in the 21st century. There is much to be learned from multiple readings of this interesting book.

  20. Transitional narratives of identity among ethnic minority youth gangs in Denmark: from collectivism to individualism / Torsten Kolind, Thomas Friis Søgaard, Geoffrey Hunt, Birgitte Thylstrup

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    Kolind, Torsten

    2017-01-01

    Kopenhaageni rahvusvähemuses olevate meeste seas läbi viidud etnograafilisest uuringust, nende võimalustest hoida eemale jõukudesse kuulumisest, kriminaalsusest, nakrootikumide tarvitamisest ja müümisest

  1. Scientific approach to the specific liturgical features in the pontificate of Pope Benedict XVI

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    Peter Caban

    2010-03-01

    Full Text Available Artykuł dotyczy pontyfikatu papieża Benedykta XVI i jego wkładu w dziedzinie liturgii. Zwraca uwagę na różne fakty rozwijające się w duchu autentyczności i wierności względem liturgii rzymskokatolickiej, na możliwości liturgicznej formy rytów, na nowe motu proprio i na użycie języka łacińskiego w liturgii zachodniej. Artykuł pragnie dać obraz pontyfikatu obecnego papieża w relacji do duszpasterskiej posługi w parafiach. Chce ukazać, że liturgia w jej różnorodności nie jest nigdy krokiem wstecz, ale przejawem autentyczności i wierności względem orędzia Chrystusa.

  2. The counterfeit nephew of the Pope. A plot against the Bishop of Puebla during the expulsion of the Jesuits

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    Gabriel Torres Puga

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available In 1767, an ex-Jesuit and an Italian adventurer met in the Episcopal jail in Puebla. The grievances of the former, a staunch critic of Bishop Francisco Fabián y Fuero, found a means of expression in the illusions of the latter, who pretended to be the Pope’s nephew. The result was a strange plan that took on a “seditious” character as it combined with the gossip surrounding the expulsion of the Jesuits. This article uses a variety of legal documents and secret investigations to reconstruct this history of lies, intrigue and the desire for critical expression, providing an opportunity to reflect on the dissent of the American clergy during a time in which royalty and censorship were being redefined.

  3. LA PASIÓN DE LA CRUELDAD. EL PAPA FRANCISCO CONTRA LA PENA DE MUERTE - THE PASSION OF CRUELTY. POPE FRANCIS AGAINST DEATH PENALTY

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    Arroyo Zapatero, Luis; Papa Francisco; Carlés, Roberto Manuel; Mayor Zaragoza, Federico; Cuesta de la, José Luis

    2016-01-01

    El 20 de marzo de 2015 el Papa Francisco recibió en audiencia privada al presidente de la Comisión Internacional contra la Pena de Muerte Federico Mayor Zaragoza, a quien acompañaron la Secretaria General, Asunta Vivó y los profesores Roberto Carlés y Luis Arroyo Zapatero, fundadores de la Red Académica Internacional contra la Pena de muerte y, respectivamente, Secretario General de la Asociación Latinoamericana de Derecho penal y Criminología el primero y presidente de la Société Internat...

  4. A Life Cycle Cost Analysis of the Proposed Replacement of Pope Air Force Base's C-130E Fleet Using a Fleet Replacement Model

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    French, Lance

    2002-01-01

    .... However, after conducting sensitivity analyses on the input parameters, the research shows the replace now option becomes the least cost solution when any one of the following occur: the C-130J...

  5. The Modern Catholic Just War Tradition

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    2012-04-15

    offered a positive solution to the problems facing humanity. In fact in an address to the Vatican Diplomatic Corps, January 13, 2003, Pope John Paul II ...cii Pope John Paul II . “Address of His Holiness Pope John Paul II to the Diplomatice Corps.” Speech to the Vatican Diplomatic Corps Libreria...28 POPE JOHN PAUL II AND PAOP BENEDICT XVI

  6. 77 FR 37842 - Approval and Promulgation of Air Quality Implementation Plans; United States Virgin Islands...

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    2012-06-25

    ... via electronic mail at [email protected] . Geoffrey M. Garrison, Community Involvement Coordinator... location makes national defaults for changes like vehicle turnover problematic for estimating future...

  7. Os papas do vaticano II e o diálogo com a sociedade contemporânea = The popes of Vatican II and the dialog with the society contemporanea

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    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available A situação eclesial da atualidade revela uma instituição repleta de surpresas na sua relação consigo própria e com a sociedade. O artigo apresenta o processo histórico-teológico da formação dos papas João XXIII e Paulo VI, ambos na dinâmica do Concílio Vaticano II e da modernidade. A finalidade deste estudo é buscar as raízes da formação de ambos, sua atividade e consequências para o processo histórico posterior

  8. Journal of Biosciences | Indian Academy of Sciences

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Biosciences. GEOFFREY BODENHAUSEN. Articles written in Journal of Biosciences. Volume 38 Issue 2 June 2013 pp 189-199. Commentary: On toxic effects of scientific journals · Antoinette Molinié Geoffrey Bodenhausen · More Details Abstract Fulltext PDF. The advent of online publishing ...

  9. Development of Optimal Stressor Scenarios for New Operational Energy Systems

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    2017-12-01

    OPTIMAL STRESSOR SCENARIOS FOR NEW OPERATIONAL ENERGY SYSTEMS by Geoffrey E. Fastabend December 2017 Thesis Advisor: Alejandro S... ENERGY SYSTEMS 5. FUNDING NUMBERS 6. AUTHOR(S) Geoffrey E. Fastabend 7. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME(S) AND ADDRESS(ES) Naval Postgraduate School...developed and tested simulation model for operational energy related systems in order to develop better stressor scenarios for acceptance testing

  10. 76 FR 68785 - Certain Communications Equipment, Components Thereof, and Products Containing the Same, Including...

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    2011-11-07

    ... complaint names as respondents Cisco Systems, Inc. of San Jose, CA; Cisco Consumer Products LLC of Irvine, CA; Cisco Systems International B.V. of Amsterdam, Netherlands; Cisco-Linksys LLC of Irvine, CA...

  11. Rapid Onset Acute Epiglottitis Leading to Negative Pressure Pulmonary Edema

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    V Saraswat; P V Madhu; Suresh S Kumar

    2007-01-01

    Pulmonary edema is a potentially life-threatening complication of acute airway obstruction. It develops rapidly, without warning, in young healthy individuals. Two forms of post-obstructive pulmonary edema (POPE) (also known as negative pressure pulmonary edema, NPPE) have been identified. POPE I follows sudden, severe upper airway obstruction. POPE II occurs following surgical relief of chronic upper airway obstruction. Treatment for both is supportive. Full and rapid recovery can be expecte...

  12. Navy Ship Names: Background for Congress

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    2013-06-12

    1973. It is the only Naval vessel to date to have received a Papal blessing by Pope John Paul II in Naples, Italy, on September 4, 1981...received a Papal blessing by Pope John Paul II in Naples, Italy, on September 4, 1981. (9) The U.S.S. Capodanno was decommissioned on July 30, 1993. (b...The first Pope to set foot on United States sovereign territory was Pius IX onboard the frigate Constitution in 1849. (12) On April 25, 1860

  13. East Europe Report, Political, Sociological and Military Affairs, No. 2199.

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    1983-09-15

    countries. Had the libel been true, these monarchs obviously would not have tolerated the Jesuits in their countries. In 1814, Pope Pius VII re- stored the...with Pope John Paul II during his first pilgrimage to Poland requires a separate discussion. The growth in this form of manifestation of Catholicism...at the other side of the argument. It is true that in 1773 Pope Clement XIV dissolved the Jesuit Order, but he did so under pressure from the

  14. The Effects of Species Interaction and Pond Stocking Density on ...

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    Burchell) and Heterobranchus bidorsalis (Geoffrey Saint-Hilaire) and pond stocking density on the culture of tilapia species which display different parental care strategies. In the presence of catfishes, the maternal mouth-brooder O. niloticus ...

  15. The relative contributions of climatic elements and environmental ...

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    Aug 1, 2013 ... environmental factors to urban flooding in Awka urban area of Anambra State. Towards ... city, while Geoffrey (2001) employed time series analysis ..... Street Flooding in Calabar Municipality, Cross River State in Bisong.

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    Geoffrey Ingram Taylor made outstanding contributions to the mechanics of fluids and solids spread ... came up with fundamental ideas and theories on the transfer of momentum and heat due to turbulence. ... to aeronautics. He learnt to fly, ...

  17. Chest X-Ray

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    Full Text Available ... Disorders Video: The Basketball Game: An MRI Story Radiology and You Sponsored by Image/Video Gallery Your Radiologist Explains Chest X-ray Transcript Welcome to Radiology Info dot org! Hello, I’m Dr. Geoffrey ...

  18. On 20 November CERN hosted a symposium to mark the 70th birthday of Chris Llewellyn Smith

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    2012-01-01

    Left to right: (back) Rolf Heuer, Peter Jenni, Lyn Evans, Chris Llewellyn Smith, Steve Cowley, Zehra Sayers, David Gross, Chris Allsopp, Robert Jaffe, Bikash Sinha; (front) Geoffrey West, Álvaro de Rújula, John Ellis.

  19. Chest X-Ray

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    Full Text Available ... X-ray Transcript Welcome to Radiology Info dot org! Hello, I’m Dr. Geoffrey Rubin, a radiologist ... about chest x-rays, visit Radiology Info dot org. Thank you for your time! Spotlight Recently posted: ...

  20. 77 FR 35417 - Center for Scientific Review; Notice of Closed Meetings

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    2012-06-13

    .... Place: St. Gregory Hotel, 2033 M Street NW., Washington, DC 20036. Contact Person: Geoffrey G Schofield... applications. Place: Hyatt Regency Bethesda, One Bethesda Metro Center, 7400 Wisconsin Avenue, Bethesda, MD...

  1. Avoid the Fog (A Cup of Health with CDC)

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    If pesticide instructions aren't followed closely, bugs won't be the only ones who suffer. In this podcast, Dr. Geoffrey Calvert discusses the dangers of improper use of pesticides, particularly so-called bug bombs.

  2. Discovery and Innovation - Vol 14, No 1 (2002)

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    Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and Economic Development: A Framework for Change in Developing Countries · EMAIL FULL TEXT EMAIL FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. Geoffrey E. Kiangi, Keto E. Mshigeni, 38-45 ...

  3. 78 FR 29380 - National Register of Historic Places; Notification of Pending Nominations and Related Actions

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    2013-05-20

    ... District, Roughly bounded by Newstead, Pope, Florissant, Harris, Algernon, Adelaide, Warne, Green Lea, Fair & Lee Aves., St. Louis, 13000368 MONTANA Yellowstone County Northern Hotel, 19 N. Broadway, Billings...

  4. Portræt af litteraturkritikeren som ungt menneske

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    Schatz-Jakobsen, Claus

    2004-01-01

    Artiklen præsenterer den amerikanske litteraturkritiker Geoffrey Hartmans tidlige forfatterskab og fremdrager dets selvbiografiske undertekst som nødvendig effekt af den unge Hartmans fascination af den engelske romantiker William Wordsworths forfatterskab.......Artiklen præsenterer den amerikanske litteraturkritiker Geoffrey Hartmans tidlige forfatterskab og fremdrager dets selvbiografiske undertekst som nødvendig effekt af den unge Hartmans fascination af den engelske romantiker William Wordsworths forfatterskab....

  5. The Ketogenic Diet and Potassium Channel Function

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    2015-11-01

    1 AWARD NUMBER: W81XWH-13-1-0463 TITLE: The Ketogenic Diet and Potassium Channel Function PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR: Dr. Geoffrey Murphy...NUMBER The Ketogenic Diet and Potassium Channel Function 5b. GRANT NUMBER W81XWH-13-1-0463 5c. PROGRAM ELEMENT NUMBER 6. AUTHOR(S) Geoffrey Murphy...The overall objective of this Discovery Award was to explore the hypothesis the ketogenic diet (KD) regulates neuronal excitability by influencing

  6. Follow me: reflexión sobre el caso Papa Francisco y su impacto en redes sociales desde el marketing emocional

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    Jaillier Castrillón, Catherine

    2014-07-01

    Full Text Available The following article is an exercise of reflection on what has been the impact on social networks Pope Francis in the corresponding leading the Pope and try to understand whether this phenomenon can be classified under the label of Emotional Marketing and advertising period.

  7. Pius XII and the Jews: A Bibliographical Review.

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    Byers, Catherine

    1978-01-01

    Presents a brief biographical sketch of Pope Pius XII and samples literary treatment of Pius's actions with respect to Nazi atrocities against the Jewish people during World War II. Concludes that Pope Pius XII failed to show moral leadership. Materials reviewed include historical texts, studies of the Vatican, documents related to the war period,…

  8. Catholic Labor Education and the Association of Catholic Trade Unionists. Instructing Workers to Christianize the Workplace

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    Lubienecki, Paul

    2015-01-01

    This article analyzes the effect of the American Catholic Church, through its program of specialized labor education, on the growth and development of organized labor in the twentieth century. With the proclamation of Pope Pius XI's encyclical Quadragesimo Anno (1931), he requested that the Church complete the work began by Pope Leo XIII in 1891…

  9. 76 FR 43346 - Notice Pursuant to the National Cooperative Research and Production Act of 1993; Open Mobile...

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    2011-07-20

    ...; BROADCOM GPS SPAIN SL, Irvine, CA; DAO Lab Ltd., Shatin, N.T, Hong Kong; Dimark Software, Inc., Cupertino..., CA; Fraunhofer ITS to Fraunhofer Gesellschaft e.V., Erlagen, Germany; and Global Locate Spain S.L. (a Broadcom Company) to Broadcom GPS Spain SL, Irvine, CA. No other changes have been made in either the...

  10. New Radiation Therapy Systems: Applications to Human Cancer Treatment and Novel Drug Discovery

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    2010-07-01

    adequately-sensitive instrument, we found that a new type of CE, originally called a HDA -GT12 Genetic Analyzer from eGene, Inc. (Irvine, CA) (now called...emitting diode-induced fluorescence detectors (12-CE-LED-IF) (originally called HDA -GT12 Genetic Analyzer by eGene, Inc. (Irvine, CA, USA), now

  11. 77 FR 53234 - Certain Communication Equipment, Components Thereof, and Products Containing the Same, Including...

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    2012-08-31

    ... respondents, including Avaya of Basking Ridge, New Jersey; Cisco Consumer Products LLC of Irvine, California, Cisco Systems International B.V. of the Netherlands, Cisco-Linksys LLC of Irvine, California (collectively, ``Cisco''); Hewlett-Packard Co. (``HP'') of Palo Alto, California; and Extreme Networks, Inc...

  12. El liderazgo político en la era digital: un análisis de uso de Twitter por el Papa Francisco (@Pontifex

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    De Uribe Salazar, Clara

    2016-09-01

    Full Text Available The use of social networks by personalities and celebrities is an area of growing interest in science. This article discusses the use of Twitter by Pope Francisco, chosen as supreme pontiff of the Catholic Church in 2013. Using an ad hoc qualitative and quantitative measurement method, the tweets published between March 2013 and April 2016 (1132 days were counted and analysed. There has been a change in the communication style of the Pope on Twitter. Shorter and more direct sentences are used, following a more innovative style of social and political leadership, in which the Pope tries to empathize with his followers.

  13. Uomo, cosmo, cultura: l'Umanesimo di Gerberto

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    Paladino, Laura C.

    Gerbert d'Aurillac, astronomer, musician, logical, Pope, is an outstanding figure of pre-humanist: many aspects of his intellectual activity, science and literature, and his role as religious and Pope put him as an example of a search that wants to put the man in the middle, his intelligence and creativity, and that wants to achieve a real synthesis between Faith and Science. At the dawn of the third millennium, it is strongly present the model of the Pope who drove the Church over the year 1000, an authoritative example that we like to discover, and to whom we like to pay attention and relevance.

  14. Improvement of airfoil trailing edge bluntness noise model

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    Zhu, Wei Jun; Shen, Wen Zhong; Sørensen, Jens Nørkær

    2016-01-01

    In this article, airfoil trailing edge bluntness noise is investigated using both computational aero-acoustic and semi-empirical approach. For engineering purposes, one of the most commonly used prediction tools for trailing edge noise are based on semi-empirical approaches, for example, the Brooks......, Pope, and Marcolini airfoil noise prediction model developed by Brooks, Pope, and Marcolini (NASA Reference Publication 1218, 1989). It was found in previous study that the Brooks, Pope, and Marcolini model tends to over-predict noise at high frequencies. Furthermore, it was observed...

  15. catherine of siena's wisdom on discernment and her reception

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    ISSN 1015-8758. © UV/UFS. . Diana L. Villegas E-mail: ..... these lamps to enlighten blind and dense understandings. They ..... and following God's will, she was led to exhort a Pope, to dare to teach him.

  16. Matthew Fuller / Matthew Fuller ; interv. Tilman Baumgärtel

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    Fuller, Matthew

    2006-01-01

    Osnabrückis tehtud intervjuu inglise kunstniku Matthew Fulleriga, kes koos Simon Pope'i ja Colin Greeniga asutasid 1994. a. Londonis kunstnikegrupi I/O/D. I/O/D-i Interneti-sirvijast Webstalker (1997)

  17. Genetics Home Reference: spondyloepimetaphyseal dysplasia, Strudwick type

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    ... White L, Hills N, Nicol M, Evans G, Cole T, Chapman S, Pope FM. A glycine to aspartic ... medicine? What is newborn screening? New Pages Lyme disease Fibromyalgia White-Sutton syndrome All New & Updated Pages ...

  18. Appraisal of the surficial aquifers in the Pomme de Terre and Chippewa River Valleys, western Minnesota

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    Soukup, W.G.; Gillies, D.C.; Myette, C.F.

    1984-01-01

    The surf icial sands in the Pomme de Terre and Chippewa River valleys in Grant, Pope, Stevens, and Swift Counties have been studied to determine the occurrence, availability, and quality of ground water in these aquifers.

  19. COSTECH - HURIA JOURNAL VOL. 24 (2) COSTECH FINAL_NEW

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    production and consumption risks play a critical role in the choice and use of production .... Farnsworth and Moffitt (1981) used the risk flexible Just and Pope Production model to ...... Quantifying the effects of modelling choices on hospital ...

  20. 77 FR 75589 - Prevailing Rate Systems; Redefinition of the Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN, and Southwestern Wisconsin...

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    2012-12-21

    ... Nicollet Olmsted Pope Redwood Renville Rice Sherburne Sibley Stearns Steele Stevens Swift Todd Traverse... Shawano Taylor Vernon Vilas Waupaca Wood * * * * * [FR Doc. 2012-30805 Filed 12-20-12; 8:45 am] BILLING...

  1. 75 FR 68399 - Lancaster & Chester Railroad, LLC-Acquisition and Operation Exemption-Line of Lancaster & Chester...

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    2010-11-05

    ..., Inc. at the specified station in Chester County. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Joseph H. Dettmar..., Rachel D. Campbell, Director, Office of Proceedings. Andrea Pope-Matheson, Clearance Clerk. [FR Doc. 2010...

  2. Kwame Gyekye* This paper presents an overview of the relationship ...

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    In 1984 Pope John Paul 11 appointed a commission ... e view may appear attractive particularly .... Beliefs in the limitations of human knowledge are compatible with Biblical ideas. Second ..... Francisco: Harper Collins Publishers, 1997, p.15.

  3. To Reverse the Cycle of Violence, Try Humility.

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    Nairn, Thomas

    2016-07-01

    The social tradition of the church constantly has decried violence. Pope Paul VI was clear when he stated: "The Church cannot accept violence ... because she knows that violence always provokes violence and irresistibly engenders new forms of oppression and enslavement."'.

  4. Silvestro II, papa del primo Giubileo?

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    Montecchio, Luca

    2016-06-01

    Was Gerbert, Pope Astronomer, the first to declare a Jubilee in year 1000? The current chronology AD was already set, with historical and astronomical basis.Here the argumentations in favour of this thesis of 1999.

  5. Effects of deformability and thermal motion of lipid membrane on electroporation: By molecular dynamics simulations

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    Sun, Sheng; Yin, Guangyao; Lee, Yi-Kuen; Wong, Joseph T.Y.; Zhang, Tong-Yi

    2011-01-01

    Effects of mechanical properties and thermal motion of POPE lipid membrane on electroporation were studied by molecular dynamics simulations. Among simulations in which specific atoms of lipids were artificially constrained at their equilibrium

  6. INQUISITIO, FAMA, EVIDENTIA: LA CONTRIBUCIÓN DE INOCENCIO III A LA TEORIA DE LA NOTORIEDAD DEL DELITO

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    2016-06-01

    Full Text Available Study of the inquisitorial canonical process and of the delictum notorium facti or notoriety of fact of the fault in some decretals of Pope Inocent III, and its influence over the later canonical doctrine.

  7. Both Converging Toward And Diverging From Global Paradigms

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    Li, Peter Ping

    2015-01-01

    Response to article by Shawn Pope and John W. Meyer: "The Global Corporate Organization" published in the Dialogue, Debate, and Discussion editorial section of Management and Organization Review (MOR), 11:2, June 2015, 173–177....

  8. Transparent Armor Cost Benefit Study

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    Prokurat Franks, Lisa; Holm, David; Barnak, Rick

    2006-01-01

    ...; the increase in demand for transparent gun shields in Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) and early versions of jerry-rigged shields used in OIF, including Pope glass and Transparent Armored Gun Shields (TAGS...

  9. In-vitro interactions of human chondrocytes and mesenchymal stem cells, and of mouse macrophages with phospholipid-covered metallic implant materials

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    R Willumeit

    2007-03-01

    Full Text Available Phospholipid-coatings on metallic implant surfaces were evaluated in terms of adhesion, proliferation and matrix production of skeletal cells, and of macrophage stimulation. The working hypothesis is that mimicking a model biomembrane by phospholipids on surfaces to which cells adhere, the surface recognition by surrounding cells is altered. In this study, 1 mirror-like polished Ti-6Al-7Nb and 2 porous Ti-6Al-4V specimens were covered with the phospholipids POPE (palmitoyl-oleoyl phosphatidyl-ethanolamine and POPC (palmitoyl-oleoyl phosphatidyl-choline, and the interactions of a human articular chondrocytes (HAC, b human mesenchymal stem cells (HMSC, and c mouse macrophages (RAW 264.7 were tested in vitro. On POPE-covered polished surfaces adherence of HAC (42% of seeded cells after 2 hrs and metabolic activity (MTT after 3 days were reduced, while on porous surfaces 99% HAC adhered, and metabolic activity was significantly increased, compared to respective native surfaces. On both POPE-covered surfaces the chondrocyte phenotype was present. After 3 weeks of chondrogenic differentiation, cartilage matrix production (measuring chondroitin sulphate per HAC number was significantly increased by about 30% on both POPE-covered metallic surfaces. On both POPC-covered surfaces nearly no adhering and surviving HAC were found. HMSC grown on POPE-covered porous substrates showed osteogenic differentiation by improved osteopontin and collagen I expression in RT-PCR, and osteocalcin fluorescence and bone nodule formation was only detectable on POPE-covered porous surfaces. In contrast to POPC and other phospholipids used as positive controls, POPE did not stimulate the NO production in mouse macrophage cultures. We therefore conclude that a phospholipid coating by POPE shows potential as surface modification for metallic implant materials.

  10. Functional Design of Breakwaters for Shore Protection: Empirical Methods

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    1990-09-01

    prepred by the Principal Investigator of the work unit, Ms. Julie Dean Rosati, Hy1. aulic Engineer, EAU, CSEB. COL Larry B. Fulton, EN, was Commander and...transmissibility, wave climate , etc.), morphologica. beach response may be either a salient or tombolo. Reef breakwaters are a type of detached breakwaters... climate chosen for design (USAED, Buffalo 1975; Pope and Dean 1986), as waves from the northwest were inappropriately weighted. Pope and Dean (1986) 26

  11. Explorations on Just War: Has It Ever Existed?

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    2006-06-01

    II . C. WORLD WAR II Pope Pius XII, in an address to the United Nations in 1952, said “The enormous violence of modern warfare means that...to the global community, Pope John Paul II cited “conscience of humanity and international humanity law” and claimed that nations and the...Unclassified 19. SECURITY CLASSIFICATION OF ABSTRACT Unclassified 20. LIMITATION OF ABSTRACT UL ii

  12. High Temperature Silicides and Refractory Alloys Symposium Held in Boston, Massachusetts on November 29 -December 2, 1993. Volume 322

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    1993-12-02

    DENSIFICATION KINETICS DURING SINTERING OF OXIDE-DISPERSED TUNGSTEN ALLOYS .............. 483 Li-Chyong Chen and Bernard P. Bewlay *MICROSTRUCTURES AND...and Intermetallics, edited by S. H. Whang, C. T. Liu, D. P. Pope and J. 0. Stiegler (TMS, Warrendale, PA, 19 9 0)p.111. 4. A. K. Vasudivan and J. J...Kaufman in High Temaerature Ordered Intermetallic Alloys IV, edited by L. Johnson, J. Stiegler and D. Pope (Mater. Res. Soc. Proc. M, Pittsburgh, PA, 1991

  13. Rõõmsa Inglismaa jutuvestja / Lembit Liivak

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    Liivak, Lembit

    2006-01-01

    Arvustus: Chaucer, Geoffrey. Canterbury lood / inglise keelest tõlkinud Votele Viidemann ; toimetanud, kommentaaride ja märkustega varustanud Lauri Pilter ; [saatesõna: Arthur Kincaid ; saatesõna tõlkinud Krista Mits]. Tartu : Tartu Ülikooli Kirjastus, 2006 (Maailmakirjanduse tõlkevaramu ; 17)

  14. Book review: Handbook of cyanobacterial monitoring and cyanotoxin analysis

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    Graham, Jennifer L.; Loftin, Keith A.

    2018-01-01

    Review of Meriluoto, Jussi, Lisa Spoof, and GeoffreyA. Codd [eds.]. 2017. Handbook of Cyanobacterial Monitoring and Cyanotoxin Analysis. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.: Chichester, West Sussex, UK, ISBN 978‐1‐119‐06868‐6 (978‐1‐119‐06876‐1 eBook), DOI 10.1002/9781119068761.

  15. Google Scholar's Ghost Authors

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    Jacso, Peter

    2009-01-01

    In the journal "The Chronicle of Higher Education," an article by Geoffrey Nunberg criticizes Google's Book Search (GBS), emphasizing that disturbing errors are endemic. He recognizes that for mainstream "googling" purposes, "they don't really care about metadata provided by a library catalog." In perhaps his most discouraging point, linguistics…

  16. Machine Translation Based Data Augmentation for Cantonese Keyword Spotting (Author’s Manuscript)

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    2016-05-19

    Zhang, “Investi- gation of multilingual deep neural networks for spoken term detection,” in ASRU’13, 2013, pp. 138–143. [12] Jonathan Mamou, Jia Cui...8277–8281. [14] Tomas Mikolov, Wen -tau Yih, and Geoffrey Zweig, “Linguistic regularities in continuous space word rep- resentations,” in HLT-NAACL’13

  17. Students at the University of Abertay Dundee Learn Computer Hacking to Defend Networks

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    Vance, Erik

    2007-01-01

    In this article, the author describes a new cybersecurity course at the University of Abertay Dundee in Scotland. Geoffrey R. Lund, leader of the software-applications program at Abertay, says the course prepares students for a rapidly growing job market by teaching that the best defense is a good offense. Professors set up a network of 20 or so…

  18. Translational semantics: A discussion of the second edition of ...

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    Translational semantics: A discussion of the second edition of Geoffrey Leech's Semantics: the Study of Meaning. N Love. Abstract. No abstract. Full Text: EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT · DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT · http://dx.doi.org/10.5774/11-0-106 · AJOL African Journals ...

  19. Voyage to the heart of matter

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    Macnamara, Lisa

    2006-01-01

    In the hunt to unravel the mystery of what makes up the universe, Geoffrey Taylor feels much like a child in a large family; he is leading the Australian contingent of the ATLAS experiment to research particles that existed at the beginning of the universe, just after the big bang. (1 page)

  20. Belonging to "Chinatown": A Study of Asian Boarders in a West Australian Private Boarding School

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    Yeo, Wee Loon

    2010-01-01

    The invaluable use of ethnography in researching educational settings has been demonstrated through many studies and furthered by many passionate researchers. One of such leading lights is Geoffrey Walford. In this paper, Walford's discussion of groups in two public schools, as depicted in his book "Life in public schools", serves as a…

  1. Avoid the Fog (A Cup of Health with CDC)

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    If pesticide instructions aren’t followed closely, bugs won’t be the only ones who suffer. In this podcast, Dr. Geoffrey Calvert discusses the dangers of improper use of pesticides, particularly so-called bug bombs.  Created: 2/1/2018 by MMWR.   Date Released: 2/1/2018.

  2. Book Review: Principles of Medicine in Africa | Farham | African ...

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    Principles of Medicine in Africa Ed. by David Mabey, Geoffrey Gill, Eldryd Parry, Martin W Weber and. Christopher JM Whitty. 4th ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013. ISBN 978-1-107-00251-7. Full Text: EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT · DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT.

  3. The Accreditation of Hildegard Von Bingen as Medieval Female Technical Writer

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    Rauch, Susan

    2012-01-01

    Although scholars have acknowledged technical texts written during the Middle-Ages, there is no mention of "technical writer" as a profession except for Geoffrey Chaucer, and historically absent is the accreditation of medieval female writers who pioneered the field of medical-technical communication. In an era dominated by identifiable medieval…

  4. Browse Title Index

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    Items 251 - 300 of 461 ... LN Wangai, M Geoffrey, S Omar, G Magoma, FT Kimani, JM Mwangi, MW ... from blood culture samples of suspected typoid patients in Warri, Nigeria, Abstract PDF ... Staphylococcus aureus in University of Abuja Teaching Hospital, Abuja, ... Vol 17, No 3 (2016), Performance characteristics of enzyme ...

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    Home; Journals; Resonance – Journal of Science Education; Volume 9; Issue 10. Geoffrey Ingram Taylor (1886-1975). Featured Scientist Volume 9 Issue 10 October 2004 pp 98-98. Fulltext. Click here to view fulltext PDF. Permanent link: https://www.ias.ac.in/article/fulltext/reso/009/10/0098-0098. Resonance – Journal of ...

  6. Stravinsky: Symphonies, Concertos, Ballets and other works / David S. Gutman

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    1994-01-01

    Uuest heliplaadist "Stravinsky: Symphonies, Concertos, Ballets and other works. Gabriele Schnaut (sop), Peter Svensson (ten), Franz Grundheber (bar), Günther von Kannen (bass), Jean Piat (narr), Lydia Mordkovitch (vn), Geoffrey Tozer, Boris Berman (pfs), Suisse Romande Chamber Choir, Lausanne Pro Arte Choir, Brassus Choral Society, Suisse Romande Ochestra, Neeme Järvi. Chandos CD CHAN 9240

  7. Chaucer in Denmark

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    Klitgård, Ebbe

    En undersøgelse af reception og oversættelse af den engelske middelalderforfatter Geoffrey Chaucer i Danmark 1782-2012. Afhandlingen analyserer Chaucer i Danmark som et eksempel på engelsk i Danmark, dvs. sprog, litteratur, kultur og uddannelse, fra oplysningstiden til i dag....

  8. An Unfashionable Rhetoric in the Fifteenth Century.

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    Woods, Marjorie Curry

    1989-01-01

    Reveals the continued importance of medieval rhetorical pedagogy throughout the high Middle Ages and early Renaissance by exploring the fifteenth-century popularity, uses of, and references to Geoffrey of Vinsauf's "Poetria nova" (a thirteenth-century verse treatise on the composition of poetry according to rhetorical principles). (SR)

  9. "Fist, Stick, Knife, Gun": Getting Real in Upward Bound.

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    Pace, Barbara G.; Adkins, Theresa A.

    2002-01-01

    Describes how a teacher found literature for Upward Bound students. Presents Geoffrey Canada's "Fist, Stick, Knife, Gun: A Personal History of Violence in America" as a nonfiction work to provide clarity and connections that might not have been available in a fictional work, yet it had elements of literary fiction that made the text…

  10. South African Medical Journal - Vol 45, No 1 (1971)

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    HC Falkson, EJ Schulz, Geoffrey Falkson. Plastics in Pharmacy and Medicine · EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. TJ McCarthy. Gonadal dysgenesis, Turner's syndrome and phenotype in the South African Bantu · EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT EMAIL FREE ...

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Biosciences. Antoinette Molinié. Articles written in Journal of Biosciences. Volume 38 Issue 2 June 2013 pp 189-199. Commentary: On toxic effects of scientific journals · Antoinette Molinié Geoffrey Bodenhausen · More Details Abstract Fulltext PDF. The advent of online publishing greatly ...

  12. 76 FR 14395 - Ocean Transportation Intermediary License Applicants

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    2011-03-16

    ..., Manager/President. Application Type: QI Change. Geoffrey Au dba ABC Logistics Company (NVO), 2250 Gellert... at (202) 523-5843 or by e-mail at [email protected] . Arkman Logistics Inc. (NVO), 1001 Fargo Avenue, Elk... Type: New NVO & OFF License. BCargo Logistics, S.A. de C.V. (NVO), Av. Revolucion 725-A, Col. Jardin...

  13. Law as Focus.

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    Blythe, Joan Heiges

    1989-01-01

    Shows how teachers can increase students' general appreciation of literature and improve students' writing skills by studying literature with legal issues and images of the law. Cites several examples of such literature, including Geoffrey Chaucer's "Canterbury Tales," William Shakespeare's "Measure for Measure," and Jonathan…

  14. A Conversation with William A. Fowler Part II

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    Greenberg, John

    2005-06-01

    Physicist William A.Fowler initiated an experimental program in nuclear astrophysics after World War II. He recalls here the Steady State versus Big Bang controversy and his celebrated collaboration with Fred Hoyle and Geoffrey and Margaret Burbidge on nucleosynthesis in stars. He also comments on the shift away from nuclear physics in universities to large accelerators and national laboratories.

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    Items 51 - 100 of 399 ... Geoffrey R. Atelu, Nancy Duah, Michael D Wilson. Vol 44, No 3 (2010), Case control study to determine the factors associated with leprosy in the Sene ... A.I Gidwani, S.A Gidwani, A Khan, J.G Carson. Vol 44, No 2 (2010), Congenital malaria in newborn twins, Abstract PDF. DA Opare. Vol 38, No 1 ...

  16. "Fritzi" en het groteske

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    Oever, Annie van den

    2003-01-01

    ‘And this is the final paradox: really to understand the grotesque is to cease to regard it as grotesque.’ — Geoffrey Harpham, On the Grotesque. Strategies of Contradiction in Art and Literature (1982) This book, about a writer for whom it always remains to be seen whether she really is one, opens

  17. 78 FR 76171 - Endangered Species; Receipt of Applications for Permit

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    2013-12-16

    ...) Those supported by quantitative information or studies; and (2) Those that include citations to, and...: Geoffrey Ridder; Utopia, TX; PRT-00030B The applicant requests a permit to export the sport-hunted trophy... period. Multiple Applicants The following applicants each request a permit to import the sport- hunted...

  18. Kaempferol glycosides from Albizia Versicolor | M. Rukunga ...

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    Geoffrey M. Rukunga, Peter G. Waterman. Abstract. Bull. Chem. Soc. Ethiop. 1996, 10(1), 47-51. Full Text: EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT · DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT · AJOL African Journals Online. HOW TO USE AJOL... for Researchers · for Librarians · for Authors · FAQ's · More ...

  19. Computer Literacy Education

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    1989-01-01

    Cognitive Aspect ," AEDS Journal, 18, 3 (Spring 1985) 150. "°Geoffrey Akst, "Computer Literacy: An Interview with Dr. Michael Hoban." Journal of Develop- m...1984. Cheng, Tina T.; Plake, Barbara; and Stevens, Dorothy Jo. "A Validation Study of the Computer Literacy Examination: Cognitive Aspect ." AEDS

  20. Traveling Chaucer: Comparative Translation and Cosmopolitan Humanism

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    Barrington, Candace

    2014-01-01

    Through the comparative study of non-Anglophone translations of Geoffrey Chaucer's "The Canterbury Tales," we can achieve the progressive goals of Emily Apter's "translational transnationalism" and Edward Said's "cosmopolitan humanism." Both translation and humanism were intrinsic to Chaucer's…

  1. Reflections on the first twenty-five years of the University of Malawi ...

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    to take up this role until after having the opportunity to learn from the first holder of this post, the Australian Geoffrey. Dahlenburg. The College of Medicine opened its doors in September ... Executive Dean of the COM, first reported to the world ... Loma Linda University School of Public Health, Loma Linda, California, USA.

  2. [1012.5676] The Exoplanet Orbit Database

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    : The Exoplanet Orbit Database Authors: Jason T Wright, Onsi Fakhouri, Geoffrey W. Marcy, Eunkyu Han present a database of well determined orbital parameters of exoplanets. This database comprises parameters, and the method used for the planets discovery. This Exoplanet Orbit Database includes all planets

  3. Governance in Afghanistan: Context and Possibilities

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    2011-05-19

    Nathaniel. Russia in Central Asia in 1889 & the Anglo-Russian Question. London: Longmans, Green , and Co., 1889. Drage, Geoffrey. Russian Affairs. New York...Richard Bentley, 1839. Gray, John Alfred. At the Court of the Amir of Afghanistan. New York: Kegan Paul, 2002. Holdich, T. Hungerford. Through Central

  4. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Nonlinear Optical Polymers for Soldier Survivability (1st), Held in Natick, Massachusetts on June 13-14, 1989

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    1990-09-01

    Film Fabrication for Optical Second Harmonic Generation * Dr. Geoffrey A. Lindsay, Naval Weapons Center, et al. Corona-Onset Poling of New Side...having the required structures: Polyanilines and derivatives, polyazobenzenes and derivatives and polypyrroles. These polymers are generally...phase polymerization of the monomers on substrates of polyvinyl alcohol or polyvinylpyrrolidone. These films will be evaluated in a facility that

  5. The Sensitivity of Precocious Child Writers: More Evidence of the Double-Edged Sword

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    Edmunds, Alan L.; Edmunds, Gail

    2014-01-01

    This article provides further evidence of the often observed sensitive nature displayed by children who are gifted. It also addresses the positive and negative effects that this sensitivity can have on these individuals. Earlier, the authors explored this concept through an analysis of the works and life experiences of Geoffrey, aged 9, a prolific…

  6. Can Rose’s paradox be useful in crime prevention?

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    Christoffersen, Mogens; Joshi, Heather

    2015-01-01

    Geoffrey Rose’s prevention paradox obtains when the majority of cases with an adverse outcome come from a population of low or moderate risk, and only a few from a minority ‘high risk’ group. Preventive treatment is then better targeted widely than on the ‘high risk’ minority. This study tests wh...

  7. 77 FR 64967 - Senior Executive Service; Performance Review Board

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    2012-10-24

    ... BROWN, STEPHANIE H BRYAN, WILLIAM N BURROWS, CHARLES W BUTTRESS, LARRY D CADIEUX, GENA E CALBOS, PHILIP..., CAROL J BEAMON, JOSEPH A BEARD, JEANNE M BEARD, SUSAN F BEAUSOLEIL, GEOFFREY L BEKKEDAHL, LARRY N BELL..., HENRY C KELLY, JOHN E KELLY, LARRY C KENCHINGTON, HENRY S KENDELL, JAMES M KETCHAM, TIMOTHY E KHAN...

  8. Burbidge, Eleanor Margaret Peachey (1919-)

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    Murdin, P.

    2000-11-01

    Astrophysicist, born in Devonport, Devon, England, worked in London, Yerkes Observatory, Cambridge, the California Institute of Technology, the Royal Greenwich Observatory and University of California at San Diego. Married and collaborated with Geoffrey Burbidge, a theoretical physicist. It is said that in the days when women were not permitted to observe in their own right with the 200 in telesc...

  9. Theatre Review | Various Authors | Shakespeare in Southern Africa

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    Twelfth Night: The Port Elizabeth Shakespearean Festival, February 2004; Macbeth: Directed by Geoffrey Hyland, Maynardville Open Air Theatre, January to. February 2004; The Marowitz Hamlet: Directed by Floyed de Vaal for the University of. Stellenbosch Drama Department, July 2004; Bollywood Twelfth Night: Steven ...

  10. SEAPOWER: A GUIDE FOR THE TWENTY- FIRST CENTURY

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    $154,37 (amazon.com hardback). With the publication of Seapower: A Guide for the Twenty-First Century. Geoffrey Till has set the standard for publications on all things maritime. The updated and expanded new edition of the book is an essential guide for students of naval history and maritime strategy and provides ...

  11. Proceedings of the Conference on the Environmental Effects of Explosives and Explosions (2nd) 13-14 October 1976

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    1977-07-25

    of contusions on the lining of the gastrointestinal track begin to occur along with petechial lung hemorrhages, The incidence and severity of these...Maryland 20640 Attn: LCDR 3. W. McConnell Director Naval Research Laboratory Washington, D.C. 20375 Attni Geoffrey 0. Thomas, Code 8410 Kenneth N. Fever

  12. Morphormetric Measurements Of Barbels, Head And Standard ...

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    Measurement of sensory barbels of five catfish species from the Osse River was undertaken to ascertain the differences between the types of barbels. The five species showed the maxillary to have the largest proportion of SL. The differential rankings of the maxillary were Heterobranchus bidorsalis Geoffrey Saint Hilaire ...

  13. Wangai et al., Afr. J. Infect. Dis. (2011) 5(1): 1 - 6 SENSITIVITY OF ...

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    AJTCAM

    Wangai et al., Afr. J. Infect. Dis. (2011) 5(1): 1 - 6. 1. SENSITIVITY OF MICROSCOPY COMPARED TO MOLECULAR DIAGNOSIS OF P. FALCIPARUM: IMPLICATIONS ON MALARIA TREATMENT IN EPIDEMIC AREAS IN. KENYA. Laura Nyawira Wangai 1,2, Muriira Geoffrey Karau 3, Paul Nthakanio Njiruh 4, Omar Sabah 5 ...

  14. Map Design for Computer Processing: Literature Review and DMA Product Critique.

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    1985-01-01

    outcome. Using a program 0 Use only a narrow border of layer tint on each side called " Seurat ," gridded elevation data is processed by of the contour line...Massachusetts., unpublished. sity Cartographers 6, pp. 40-45. Dutton, Geoffrey (1981bj The Seurat Program. Computer French, Robert J. (1954). Pattern

  15. 77 FR 26004 - Product Cancellation Order for Certain Pesticide Registrations

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    .... 010807-00110 Aqua-Kill Resmethrin. Insecticide. 028293-00160 Unicorn House and Tetramethrin, Carpet Spray..., LLC, 21 Hubble, Irvine, CA 92618. 86068 Texcan Investments & Marketing Company, Inc., Agent: Pyxis...

  16. An Introduction to Air Quality Modeling

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    Empowering Sustainability is an initiative at the University of California, Irvine, dedicated to connecting sustainability leaders (fellows) across generations, countries, and disciplines through the exchange of ideas and experiences related to all aspects of sustainability, and ...

  17. Almodovar otkrojet medovõi mesjats v Kanne

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    Cannes'i festival toimub 12.-23. maini, žüriid juhib Quentin Tarantino, avafilmiks saab Pedro Almodovari "Vilets haridus" ("La mala educacion") ja lõpufilmiks Irvin Winkleri muusikal Cole Porterist

  18. 77 FR 65907 - Certain Automated Media Library Devices; Notice of Commission Decision Remanding the...

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    .... de C.V., of Jalisco, Mexico; BDT Products, Inc., of Irvine, California; Dell Inc. of Round Rock... whether the IBM documents that qualify as prior art anticipate or, in combination with their associated...

  19. 78 FR 33106 - Certain Automated Media Library Devices; Decision to Modify In Part a Remand Initial...

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    ... Products, Inc., of Irvine, California; Dell Inc. of Round Rock, Texas (``Dell''); and International... qualify as prior art anticipate or, in combination with their associated IBM tape library and/or U.S...

  20. 75 FR 38504 - Army Science Board Plenary Meeting

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    2010-07-02

    ... Soldier Resilience and Performance Sustainment. Purposed Agenda: Wednesday 21 July: 0800-0930 Study... Meeting: July 21, 2010. Time(s) of Meeting: 0800-1330. Location: Beckman Center, 100 Academy, Irvine, CA...

  1. 76 FR 50271 - Investigations Regarding Certifications of Eligibility To Apply for Worker Adjustment Assistance...

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    2011-08-12

    ... (petitioners) Location institution petition 80292 Mitsubishi Digital Irvine, CA 07/18/11 07/15/11 Electronics...). 80305 General Advertising Cincinnati, OH........ 07/21/11 07/20/11 Products (State/One-Stop). 80306 JEM...

  2. Vanderbilt Free-Electron Laser Center for Research in Surgery Medicine Photobiology and Materials Science

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    Piston, David

    2004-01-01

    .... These studies involve substantial collaborations with all the other FEL centers: dermatology with the Wellman Laboratories, infection and cancer diagnosis with Stanford, bone and cartilage ablation with UC Irvine, neurosurgery with Duke...

  3. Acoustic Neuroma Educational Video

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    Full Text Available ... Research Back Keck Medicine of USC Massachusetts General Hospital University of California, Irvine A.N.S.R.S. Study Yale University Vanderbilt University Mayo Clinic Patient Registry Caregivers Public Webinars Patient Stories Keywords ...

  4. The flaws in the detail of an observational study on transcatheter aortic valve implantation versus surgical aortic valve replacement in intermediate-risks patients

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    Barili, Fabio; Freemantle, Nick; Folliguet, Thierry; Muneretto, Claudio; de Bonis, Michele; Czerny, Martin; Obadia, Jean Francois; Al-Attar, Nawwar; Bonaros, Nikolaos; Kluin, Jolanda; Lorusso, Roberto; Punjabi, Prakash; Sadaba, Rafael; Suwalski, Piotr; Benedetto, Umberto; Böning, Andreas; Falk, Volkmar; Sousa-Uva, Miguel; Kappetein, Pieter A.; Menicanti, Lorenzo

    2017-01-01

    The PARTNER group recently published a comparison between the latest generation SAPIEN 3 transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI) system (Edwards Lifesciences, Irvine, CA, USA) and surgical aortic valve replacement (SAVR) in intermediate-risk patients, apparently demonstrating superiority of

  5. Equipment for Aero-Optical Flow Imaging

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    Catrakis, Haris

    2004-01-01

    The AFOSR/DURIP Grant has provided the funds to develop a new Aero-Optics Laboratory at UC Irvine, in order to do basic research on aero-optical laser beam propagation through high-speed turbulent flows...

  6. 77 FR 21996 - Certain Equipment for Communications Networks, Including Switches, Routers, Gateways, Bridges...

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    2012-04-12

    ... Notice of Investigation named the following as respondents: Cisco Systems, Inc. of San Jose, California; Cisco Consumer Products LLC of Irvine, California; Cisco Systems International B.V. of Amsterdam...

  7. 76 FR 36154 - In the Matter of Certain Equipment for Communications Networks, Including Switches, Routers...

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    2011-06-21

    ... complaint is to be served: Cisco Systems, Inc., 170 West Tasman Drive, San Jose, CA 95134-1706; Cisco Consumer Products LLC, 120 Theory Drive, Irvine, CA 92617. Cisco Systems International B.V., Harrlerbergweg...

  8. Acoustic Neuroma Educational Video

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    Full Text Available ... Hospital University of California, Irvine A.N.S.R.S. Study Yale University Vanderbilt University Mayo Clinic Patient Registry Caregivers Public Webinars Patient Stories Keywords Shop ANA Discussion Forum ...

  9. 2015 Materials Research Society Spring Meeting

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    2016-05-12

    States; 2, , Colorado School of Mines , Golden, Colorado, United States. Show Abstract 10:00 AM - BREAK Show Abstract FF7: Roles of Defects in Compound...Nanoparticles for Gold Mining Weizheng Shen1 2, Sibel Cetinel1 2, Carlo Montemagno1 2. 1, , Ingenuity Lab, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada; 2, Chemical...California-Irvine, Irvine, California, United States. Show Abstract 8:00 PM - GG5.10 Selective Virus Separation with Conductive Inverse Opal Films Chia

  10. Open Source Software Development

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    2011-01-01

    appropriate to refer to FOSS or FLOSS (L for Libre , where the alternative term “ libre software ” has popularity in some parts of the world) in order...Applying Social Network Analysis to Community-Drive Libre Software Projects, Intern. J. Info. Tech. and Web Engineering, 2006, 1(3), 27-28. 17...Open Source Software Development* Walt Scacchi Institute for Software Researcher University of California, Irvine Irvine, CA 92697-3455 USA Abstract

  11. Effect of weight loss on urinary incontinence in women

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    Whitcomb, Emily L; Subak, Leslee L

    2011-01-01

    Emily L Whitcomb1, Leslee L Subak21Southern California Permanente Medical Group, Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, Orange County-Irvine Medical Center, Irvine, CA, USA; 2University of California San Francisco, UCSF Departments of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences, and Urology, and Epidemiology and Biostatistics, SF Veterans Affairs Medical Center, San Francisco, CA, USABackground: The purpose of this research was review the epidemiology of the association of ob...

  12. 2015 Solar Decathalon

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    Richardson, George [Alfred Univ. and Alfred State College, NY (United States)

    2015-11-20

    A final report is submitted for the results of Team Alfred’s participation in the 2015 Solar Decathlon held in October of that year in Irvine California. More than 30 people traveled the distance from Alfred NY to Irvine to participate in the assembly and contest of the ALF house. The results of what the team learned, the experience we had, and what we would have done differently are included in this report.

  13. N-acyl phosphatidylethanolamines affect the lateral distribution of cholesterol in membranes

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    Térová, B.; Slotte, J.P.; Petersen, G.

    2005-01-01

    -acyl-POPE) or N-acyl-dipalmitoyl-sn-glycero-3-phosphatidylethanolamine (N-acyl-DPPE), and how the molecules interacted with cholesterol. The gel ¿ liquid crystalline transition temperature of sonicated N-acyl phosphatidylethanolamine vesicles in water correlated positively with the number of palmitic acyl chains...... in the molecules. Based on diphenylhexatriene steady state anisotropy measurements, the presence of 33 mol% cholesterol in the membranes removed the phase transition from N-oleoyl-POPE bilayers, but failed to completely remove it from N-palmitoyl-DPPE and N-palmitoyl-POPE bilayers, suggesting rather weak...... interaction of cholesterol with the N-saturated NAPEs. The rate of cholesterol desorption from mixed monolayers containing N-palmitoyl-DPPE and cholesterol (1:1 molar ratio) was much higher compared to cholesterol/DPPE binary monolayers, suggesting a weak cholesterol interaction with N-palmitoyl-DPPE also...

  14. Rapid Onset Acute Epiglottitis Leading to Negative Pressure Pulmonary Edema

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    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available Pulmonary edema is a potentially life-threatening complication of acute airway obstruction. It develops rapidly, without warning, in young healthy individuals. Two forms of post-obstructive pulmonary edema (POPE (also known as negative pressure pulmonary edema, NPPE have been identified. POPE I follows sudden, severe upper airway obstruction. POPE II occurs following surgical relief of chronic upper airway obstruction. Treatment for both is supportive. Full and rapid recovery can be expected with appropriate management. A case report of a middle aged man with acute onset epiglottitis who developed negative pressure pulmonary edema after intubation is presented. The report includes a brief discussion on etiology, clinical features and management dilemma of acute upper airway obstruction.

  15. Solvent accessible surface area (ASA) of simulated phospholipid membranes

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    Tuchsen, E.; Jensen, Morten Østergaard; Westh, P.

    2003-01-01

    The membrane-solvent interface has been investigated through calculations of the solvent accessible surface area (ASA) for simulated membranes of DPPC and POPE. For DPPC at 52 degreesC we found an ASA of 126 +/- 8 Angstrom(2) per lipid molecule, equivalent to twice the projected lateral area......, even the most exposed parts of the PC head-group show average ASAs of less than half of its maximal or 'fully hydrated' value. The average ASA of a simulated POPE membrane was 96 +/- 7 Angstrom(2) per lipid. The smaller value than for DPPC reflects much lower ASA of the ammonium ion, which is partially...... compensated by increased exposure of the ethylene and phosphate moieties. The ASA of the polar moieties Of (PO4, NH3 and COO) constitutes 65% of the total accessible area for POPE, making this interface more polar than that of DPPC. It is suggested that ASA information can be valuable in attempts...

  16. Vatican City.

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    1984-11-01

    Vatican City, the administrative and spiritual capital of the Roman catholic Church, has a population of 1000. Citizenship is generally accorded only to those who reside in Vatican City for reasons of office of employment. Supreme legislative, executive, and judicial power is currentily exercised by Pope John Paul II, the 1st non-italian pope in 5 centuries. The State of Vatican City is recognized by many nations as an independent sovereign state under the temporal jurisdiction of the Pope. By 1984, 108 countries had established diplomatic relations with the Holy See, most of which are not Roman Catholic. Third World countries comprise a large proportion of countries that have recently established relations with the Holy See. The US re-established relations with the Vatican in 1984 and there is frequent contact and consultation between the 2 states on key international issues.

  17. Der Tod des Papstes Johannes Paul II. – ein wissenschaftlicher Vergleich von journalistischen Reaktionen auf den Tod des Papstes in Deutschland und in Polen

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    Full Text Available The aim of this article is to present the reactions of the Polish and German press to the death of Pope John Paul II, compare and analyze them. This approach allows to understand the differences between Polish and German perception of religion, particularly Christianity and the Catholic Church. Poland and Germany have different religious traditions, a different relationship to the church and to church dogma, rituals and piety. This may be observed as the different ways of looking at the death of Pope John Paul II in Polish and German newspapers. Probably these perceptual differences ensued from the paternal figure of the John Paul II and special emotional Polish attitude to the deceased Polish Pope.

  18. Factors determining the stability, size distribution, and cellular accumulation of small, monodisperse chitosan nanoparticles as candidate vectors for anticancer drug delivery: application to the passive encapsulation of [14C]-doxorubicin [Corrigendum

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    Full Text Available Masarudin MJ, Cutts SM, Evison BJ et al. Nanotechnol Sci Appl. 2015;8:67–80The authors advise that Professor Geoffrey A Pietersz was erroneously omitted from the original author and affiliation list, the list should have been:Mas Jaffri Masarudin1Suzanne M Cutts2Geoffrey A Pietersz3Benny J Evison4Don R Phillips2Paul J Pigram51Department of Cell and Molecular Biology, Faculty of Biotechnology and Biomolecular Sciences, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Serdang, Malaysia; 2Department of Biochemistry, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia; 3Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry Laboratory, Centre for Biomedical Research, Burnet Institute, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia; 4Department of Chemical Biology and Therapeutics, St Jude Children’s Hospital, Memphis, TN, USA; 5Department of Physics, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Victoria, AustraliaThe Acknowledgment section should have contained the statement: This work was also supported by a research grant from Cancer Council Victoria.Read the original article

  19. The burdens-benefits ratio consideration for medical administration of nutrition and hydration to persons in the persistent vegetative state.

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    2006-04-01

    In this article, Harvey notes the initial confusion about the statement made by the pope concerning artificial nutrition and hydration on patients suffering persistent vegetative states (PVS) due to misunderstanding through the translation of the pope's words. He clarifies and assesses what was meant by the statement. He also discusses the problems of terminology concerned with the subject of PVS. Harvey concludes that the papal allocution was in line with traditional Catholic bioethics, and that while maintaining the life of a patient is favorable, in particular cases this presumption wanes when it is clear that this treatment modality would be futile or very burdensome.

  20. Credit and Citizenship: the Sauli, Genoese Bankers in Rome in 15th-16th Century

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    Full Text Available The aim of this study is to identify what were the strategies that the Sauli of Genoa – one of the several merchant-banking families who arrived in Rome between late fifteenth and early sixteenth century – implemented to gain visibility, prestige and bona fama to the court of the Pope, to serve as lenders of the Pope and the Church, to profitably expand their investment horizons, to extend their political, economic and social influence, to assert their “citizenship” in the so-called “international republic of money and credit”.

  1. The (Proper) Microfoundations of Routines and Capabilities

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    Felin, Teppo; Foss, Nicolai Juul

    2012-01-01

    Sidney Winter (2011), Brian Pentland (2011), and Geoffrey Hodgson and Thorbjørn Knudsen (2011) take issue with the arguments in Teppo Felin and Nicolai J. Foss (2011), along with more generally critiquing the ‘microfoundations project’ related to routines and capabilities. In this rejoinder we ar...... chauvinism; (3) models of mind and man; (4) levels of analysis; (5) agency and uncaused causes; and then further discuss (6) a rationalist alternative....

  2. Management strategies for fibromyalgia

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    Kim Francis Le Marshall, Geoffrey Owen LittlejohnDepartments of Rheumatology and Medicine, Monash Medical Centre and Monash University, Victoria, AustraliaDate of preparation: 14 June 2011Clinical question: What are the effective, evidence-based strategies available for the management of fibromyalgia?Conclusion: There are a number of management strategies available with robust evidence to support their use in clinical practice.Definition: Fibromyalgia is a complex pain syndrome characterized ...

  3. Influence through Airpower Security Cooperation in Egypt and Pakistan: Lessons for Iraq

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    2007-12-01

    was a predictable outcome and casts doubt as to whether or not airpower security cooperation can realistically dissuade states from attempting to...in the Middle East and South Asia, ed. Shelly A. Stahl and Geoffrey Kemp (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1992) 221-227. 48 airpower security...Policy Toward Arms Transfers to the Middle East,” in Arms Control and Weapons Proliferation in the Middle East and South Asia, ed. Shelly A. Stahl and

  4. Comparison of cumulative dissipated energy between the Infiniti and Centurion phacoemulsification systems

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    Chen, Ming; Anderson, Erik; Hill, Geoffrey; Chen, John J; Patrianakos, Thomas

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    Ming Chen,1 Erik Anderson,2 Geoffrey Hill,3 John J Chen,4 Thomas Patrianakos2 1Department of Surgery, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI, 2Department of Ophthalmology, John H Stroger, Jr Hospital of Cook County, Chicago, IL, 3Department of Ophthalmology, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, 4Biostatistics Core, John A Burns School of Medicine, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI, USA Purpose: To compare cumulative dissipated energy between two phacoemulsification mac...

  5. Diagnosing Autism Spectrum Disorder through Brain Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging

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    Cognitive psychology , 41(1), 49–100. Montgomery, Douglas C, Peck, Elizabeth A, & Vining, G Geoffrey. 2012. Introduction to linear regression analysis. Vol...original set of variables to a reduced set while retaining as much information as possible (Dillon & Goldstein , 1984). Principal component analysis...to ∑n j=1 c 2 m,j = 1 (Dillon & Goldstein , 1984). Murphy (2012) details how to extract the principal components. PCA would like to find the

  6. Approaches to History

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    There are some photographic corpora that are difficult for the historian to grasp. In 2008, in his article on family photography, Geoffrey Batchen noted how the sheer volume of this type of production, which every second increases by 550 images in the United States alone, overwhelms the research methods developed for more finite collections. He also explained that the historian’s quandary is only compounded by the poor aesthetic quality of these images, which he deemed ‘repetitively uncreativ...

  7. A conversation with Geoff Watson

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    Geoffrey Stuart Watson, Professor Emeritus at Princeton University, celebrated his 75th birthday on December 3, 1996. A native Australian, his early education included Bendigo High School and Scotch College in Melbourne. After graduating with a B.A. (Hons.) from Melbourne University in December 1942, he spent the next few years, during and after World War II, doing research and teaching on applied mathematical topics. His wandering as a scholar began in 1947, when he became ...

  8. Energy efficiency: potentials and profits

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    2011-01-01

    In this work, Jean-Marie Bouchereau (ADEME) has presented a review of the energy efficiency profits in France during the last 20 years and the prospects from now to 2020. Then, Geoffrey Woodward (TOTAL) and Sebastien Huchette (AXENS) have recalled the stakes involved in the energy efficiency of the upstream and downstream sectors respectively and presented examples of advances approaches illustrated by concrete cases of applications. (O.M.)

  9. U.S. Military Engineering Assistance to Peru: Doing Things Right

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    the history of Peruvian culture (from the Huari influence to the Inca legends), see, Geoffrey Barraclough, ed., The Times Atlas of World History...unimaginably poor; steamy jungle, sky-high mountains and a long, golden coastline, all with little in common; a centuries-old culture intact despite...with a Rich Culture Perg’s population is approximately 22 million, but census figures represent, at best, "ball-park" estimates. Almost 70% live in

  10. Field Test Data for Detecting Vibrations of a Building Using High-Speed Video Cameras

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    ARL-TR-8185 ● OCT 2017 US Army Research Laboratory Field Test Data for Detecting Vibrations of a Building Using High-Speed Video...Field Test Data for Detecting Vibrations of a Building Using High-Speed Video Cameras by Caitlin P Conn and Geoffrey H Goldman Sensors and...June 2016 – October 2017 4. TITLE AND SUBTITLE Field Test Data for Detecting Vibrations of a Building Using High-Speed Video Cameras 5a. CONTRACT

  11. Role of Natural Killer T Cells in Immunogenic Chemotherapy for Breast Cancer

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    Dureta,b, Maya Hassanec, Fernando Souza-Fonseca-Guimaraesd, Geoffrey R. Hilld,e, Paul Neesona,b, David S. Ritchiea,b, François Trotteinc, Gabrielle T... conserved spectrum of cytokines to various stimuli. This pool of cells can either be rapidly expanded and/or recruited at sites of inflammation...which conserved this population in different backgrounds may also imply specialized functions in some organs. In line with this, the rapid response

  12. SHORT COMMUNICATION TRITERPENE COMPOUNDS FROM ...

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    Grison, P.L.; McKey, M.H.; Jaco, M.G.; Jean-Marie, B. Phytochemistry 2002, 61, 61. 3. Sergio, R.P.S.; Hee, B.C.; Young, G.S.; Thawatchai, S.; Vichai, R.; Norman, R.F.; Geoffrey,. A.C.; John, M.P.; Duglas, A.K. Planta Med. 2002, 68, 186. 4. Hong, J.Z.; Pamela, A.T.; Zeynep, A.; Ghee, T.T.; Yoko, S.; Hashimoto, K.; Masaya, N.;.

  13. President Reagan’s commitment of Peacekeepers in Lebanon, 1983

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    members of the State Department, such as Middle East special envoy Philip Habib , and the Director for Near East and South Asian affairs Geoffrey...but specified no mission parameters at that point.96 Philip Habib , Reagan’s special envoy to the Middle East, countered that other countries would...101 Habib offered assurances that U.S. forces would remain in Beirut for up to 30 days to ensure security.102 The force chosen to represent the

  14. Why Insurgents Fail: Examining Post-World War II Failed Insurgencies Utilizing the Prerequisites of Successful Insurgencies as a Framework

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    Taruc’s Born of the People and He Who Rides the Tiger : The Story of an Asian Guerilla Fighter. Good case studies of the Huk Rebellion include Lawrence... Tiger : The Story of an Asian Guerilla Fighter (London: Geoffrey Chapman, 1967), 12. 116 Molnar, “Philippines (1946-1954),” 328-329. 61 During...June 1967 the roughness of the terrain and lack of medicine and supplies resulted in Guevara becoming seriously ill. With a history of asthma it was

  15. ICASE Semiannual Report 1 October 1991 - 31 March 1992

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    with laboratory data. A second approach was tested for the detection of bonding failures in aircraft lapjoints and in the adhesive joints between...elasticity equations. Control is implemented via piezoceramic patches which are bonded to the boundary of the acoustic cavity. In this way, we can take...Rinehard von Hanxleden at Rice; Geoffrey Fox and Alok Chuudhary at Syracuse (NSF Center for Research on Parallel Computing). Fortran and C callable

  16. Military History: A Selected Bibliography

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    II. 1959. Stadelman, Rudolf . Scharnhorst: Schicksal and geistige Welt. 1952. Tarle, Eugene. Napoleon’s Invasion of Russia. 1942. Thiry, J...of Germany. 1975. *** Smith, Cecil Woodham. The Reason Why. 1965. Stadelman, Rudolf . Moltke und der Stadt. 1950. *** Wawro, Geoffrey. The Austro...Gerhard. The Sword and the Scepter, 4 vols. 1973. Steiner , Zarc S. The Foreign Office and Foreign Policy, 1898-1914. 1969. *** Stevenson, David

  17. EERE Showcase Event (Solar Decathlon 2015)

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    The goal of the Orange County Great Park Corporation (Great Park) is to successfully host the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2015. In furtherance of that goal, tasks to be performed within the current reporting period include the following: Task 1.0 Arrange Site Team Visits for January 2015 The Great Park arranged appropriate meeting space for the site team visits over a three-day period, January 8, 2015 through January 10, 2015. Instead of a meeting in Hanger 244, the DOE requested a different meeting space. The working team met in the Operations offices on January 8th. The student teams were welcomed at the City of Irvine’s Lakeview Senior Center on January 9th, and came back on January 10th for breakout sessions. Task 2.0 Outreach Activities The following outreach activities related to the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2015 occurred during and prior to the event: • Promoted the return of the Solar Decathlon 2015 on the City’s website. (cityofirvine.org) • Promoted the return of the Solar Decathlon 2015 through the City’s and Great Park’s social media channels, including Facebook and Twitter. (facebook.com/cityofirvine, facebook.com/orangecountygreatpark, twitter.com/City_of_Irvine, twitter.com/ocgreatpark) • Promoted the return of the Solar Decathlon 2015 and student visit through a City Council Announcement. • Worked to set-up meetings between the U.S. Department of Energy team and potential donors/key stakeholders in Irvine. • Began ICTV filming and coverage of the Solar Decathlon 2015 teams. This includes student team interviews, interview with Richard King and b-roll footage. • Facilitated an interview with Sarah Farrar and the Orange County Register during the recent student visit in January • Information in May was provided to Irvine Unified School District and Tustin Unified School District promoting the three Education Days that the DOE will host during the event. More DOE information is due in August, which

  18. Aqueous humor penetration of topical bimatoprost 0.01% and bimatoprost 0.03% in rabbits: response to authors

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    Full Text Available Joan-En Chang-Lin, Amy L Batoosingh, David A Hollander, Rhett M Schiffman, Diane D-S Tang-LiuAllergan, Inc, Irvine, CA, USAWe read with great interest the recent article by Ogundele and Jasek,1 in which the authors concluded that bimatoprost ophthalmic solution 0.01% (Lumigan®; Allergan, Inc, Irvine, CA produced lower bimatoprost acid concentration than bimatoprost ophthalmic solution 0.03% (Lumigan; Allergan, Inc in the aqueous humor of rabbits. This conclusion was made based on two treatment time points (30 and 90 minutes with a small sample size (n = 4 at each time point and with large variability. 

  19. Inequality Is the Problem: Prioritizing Research on Reducing Inequality. Annual Report

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    Gamoran, Adam

    2013-01-01

    Inequality in education and other domains of life stands in the way of economic and civic progress in the United States. It forestalls social mobility and economic productivity and impairs social cohesion. As a result, national and international leaders--from big-city mayors to Pope Francis--recognize that, as President Obama (2013) put it,…

  20. Localization and Specification of Copper Ions in Biofilms on Corroding Copper Surfaces.

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    Sao Paulo, Brazil: Aquatec Quimica : 1985). 256/3 5. H. Shih, F. Mansfeld, ASTM STP 1154, 174, Philadelphia, PA, 1992. 6. B. Little, P. Wagner, R...Pope, "A Study of Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion in Nuclear Power Plants and a Practical Guide for Countermeasures," Electric Power Research

  1. Stop preaching to the converted

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    Landrum, Asheley R.; Lull, Robert B.

    2017-08-01

    Traditional moral arguments fail to persuade conservative climate sceptics. Pope Francis' gifting of his climate encyclical to President Trump prior to his leaving the Paris Agreement shows that even a religious leader's persuasive power is constrained by how his message resonates with conservative moral values.

  2. Postobstructive pulmonary edema after biopsy of a nasopharyngeal mass.

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    Mehta, Keyur Kamlesh; Ahmad, Sabina Qureshi; Shah, Vikas; Lee, Haesoon

    2015-01-01

    We describe a case of 17 year-old male with a nasopharyngeal rhabdomyosarcoma who developed postobstructive pulmonary edema (POPE) after removing the endotracheal tube following biopsy. He developed muffled voice, rhinorrhea, dysphagia, odynophagia, and difficulty breathing through nose and weight loss of 20 pounds in the preceding 2 months. A nasopharyngoscopy revealed a fleshy nasopharyngeal mass compressing the soft and hard palate. Head and neck MRI revealed a large mass in the nasopharynx extending into the bilateral choana and oropharynx. Biopsy of the mass was taken under general anesthesia with endotracheal intubation. Immediately after extubation he developed oxygen desaturation, which did not improve with bag mask ventilation with 100% of oxygen, but improved after a dose of succinylcholine. He was re-intubated and pink, frothy fluid was suctioned from the endotracheal tube. Chest radiograph (CXR) was suggestive of an acute pulmonary edema. He improved with mechanical ventilation and intravenous furosemide. His pulmonary edema resolved over the next 24 h. POPE is a rare but serious complication associated with upper airway obstruction. The pathophysiology of POPE involves hemodynamic changes occurring in the lung and the heart during forceful inspiration against a closed airway due to an acute or chronic airway obstruction. This case illustrates the importance of considering the development of POPE with general anesthesia, laryngospasm and removal of endotracheal tube to make prompt diagnosis and to initiate appropriate management.

  3. Genome Sequences of Gordonia Phages BaxterFox, Kita, Nymphadora, and Yeezy.

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    Pope, Welkin H; Bandla, Sharanya; Colbert, Alexandra K; Eichinger, Fiona G; Gamburg, Michelle B; Horiates, Stavroula G; Jamison, Jerrica M; Julian, Dana R; Moore, Whitney A; Murthy, Pranav; Powell, Meghan C; Smith, Sydney V; Mezghani, Nadia; Milliken, Katherine A; Thompson, Paige K; Toner, Chelsea L; Ulbrich, Megan C; Furbee, Emily C; Grubb, Sarah R; Warner, Marcie H; Montgomery, Matthew T; Garlena, Rebecca A; Russell, Daniel A; Jacobs-Sera, Deborah; Hatfull, Graham F

    2016-08-11

    Gordonia phages BaxterFox, Kita, Nymphadora, and Yeezy are newly characterized phages of Gordonia terrae, isolated from soil samples in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. These phages have genome lengths between 50,346 and 53,717 bp, and encode on average 84 predicted proteins. All have G+C content of 66.6%. Copyright © 2016 Pope et al.

  4. A tribute to Enrico Fermi

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    Kubbinga, H. [Groningen Univ. (Netherlands)

    2009-07-01

    This article is a short biography of Enrico Fermi 'The Pope of physics'. His main contributions in theoretical physics have paved the way to quantum electrodynamics and the quantization of the fields. Fermi got also great achievements on beta decay process and on nuclear reactions brought about by slow neutrons. Fermi was awarded the Nobel prize of physics in 1938

  5. Le strutture ecclesiastiche nell’Europa centrale durante il Grande Scisma d’Occidente (1378–1415/1417). Sullo sfruttamento dei registri pontifici per la comparatistica storica

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    Hrdina, Jan

    2012-01-01

    Roč. 8, - (2012), s. 31-51 ISSN 1214-9438 R&D Projects: GA ČR(CZ) GBP405/12/G148 Keywords : papa l registers * Pope Boniface IX * indulgences * parish system * comparative history * late Middle Ages * Czech lands * Central Europe Subject RIV: AI - Linguistics

  6. The Catholic School as a "Courtyard of the Gentiles"

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    Franchi, Leonardo

    2014-01-01

    The setting up of the Courtyard of the Gentiles by Pope Benedict XVI has provided the Catholic Church with an official forum for dialogue with atheists. The intellectual energy surrounding this initiative can be harnessed to focus on how the contemporary Catholic school addressed its responsibilities to the Catholic community while offering a good…

  7. El Papa Francisco y la Utopía

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    Cristoffanini, Pablo Rolando

    2016-01-01

    the writings of one of the most important icons of the global society with a great social impact. The article also includes some central ideas of the Theory of Discourse of Laclau and Mouffe with the purpose of analyzing a keynote speech of the Pope in his encounter with the popular movements in Bolivia last...

  8. Academic Freedom and Tenure: The Catholic University of America.

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    Davis, Bertram H.; And Others

    1989-01-01

    The Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, with the explicit approval of the Pope, declared that the Reverend Charles E. Curran was neither suitable nor eligible to teach Catholic Theology at The Catholic University of America. A report by the American Association of University Professors is presented. (MLW)

  9. ON THE HISTORICAL ORIGINS OF THE HEIDELBERG CATECHISM

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    1563-01-19

    In the following we will focus on these special experiences and challenges – mainly the ..... of the catechism, which is dated January 19, 1563, Frederick III explicitly stated that it .... but also brought with them vivid memories of harsh persecution by the. Pope and by ..... they no longer need to divide the Protestant churches. 7.

  10. Translation as Transformation

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    Klitgård, Ebbe

    2008-01-01

    Artiklen behandler de to tidligste oversættelser af Chaucer i Danmark, professor T.C. Bruuns oversættelse af Popes version af Chaucers The Wife of Bath's Prologue fra 1823, og skolebestyrer Louise Westergaards hæfte med oversættelse og referater af Chaucer fra 1853. Jeg viser hvordan en klassisk ...

  11. Nest observations of the long-eared owl (Asio otus) in Benton County, Oregon, with notes on their food habits

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    Richard T. Reynolds

    1970-01-01

    A nesting pair of long-eared owls was found 10 miles north of Corvallis, Benton County, Oregon, on 24 April, 1969. The pair was observed and photographed until 30 May, when the young left the nest. This is the third record of nesting Asio otus west of the Oregon Cascades. Gabrielson and Jewett (1940) reported that Pope collected eggs from a nest...

  12. BLASPHEMY IN A SECULAR STATE:

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    altogether the religious basis of secular authority'.2 Accordingly, it 'terminated the Pope's claim to universal authority and confirmed the diplomatic independence of secular rulers'.3 However, the meaning of the secular is itself in a continuous state of articulation and re-articulation, casting doubts also on its attributes.

  13. 77 FR 21919 - National Oil and Hazardous Substances Pollution Contingency Plan; National Priorities List...

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    2012-04-12

    ... submitting comments. Email: Gladys Beard, NPL Deletion Process Manager, at beard.gladys@epa.gov or Janet Pope, Community Involvement Coordinator, at [email protected] . Fax: Gladys Beard, NPL Deletion Process Manager, at (312) 697-2077. Mail: Gladys Beard, NPL Deletion Process Manager, U.S. Environmental Protection...

  14. Journal - Ujah 2

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    The first Marxist state in world history emerged after the success of digm ... War II one of these states, the German Democratic Republic (East. Germany) 'withered' away through ... Romania which was based on claims to universal authority of the Pope as the head of the ... different races, nations and religions. The empire ...

  15. Intentional Unilateral Epidural Block for Surgery in a Pregnant Patient

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    Kuczkowski KM. The safety of anaesthetics in pregnant women .Expert Opin Drug Saf. 2006. Mar;5(2):251-64. Review. 6. Steinberg ES, Santos AC: Surgical anesthesia during pregnancy. IntAnesthesiolClin1990;28:58-66. 7. Duncan PG, Pope WD, Cohen MM, Greer N: Fetal risk of anesthesia and surgery duringpregnancy.

  16. Reflections on Inculturation.

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    Lucido, Frank, Ed.

    The Catholic Church throughout the world, following the lead of the Second Vatican Council and Pope John Paul II, has begun to define its mission and identity in terms of the rich concept of evangelization. Father Herve Carrier states that evangelization has two essential components: (1) inculturation; and (2) liberation. Inculturation is more…

  17. Catholic Perspectives on Population Issues. Population Bulletin, Vol. 35, No. 6.

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    Murphy, Francis X.

    The bulletin investigates the major positions held by the Catholic Church toward population problems. Separate sections discuss the demographic debate, traditional church teaching, the birth control movement, the Vatican Council II and the Papal Birth Control Commission, Pope Paul's 1968 Encyclical against contraception, the 1980 Synod of Bishops,…

  18. Partners in Catholic Education: Pastor, Professional, Parent. A Workbook for Leaders in Catholic Education.

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    Hughes, Jane Wolford; Barnds, Mary Lynch

    Since the Vatican Council II, communities of the Catholic Church have accepted a in the modern world. With radical changes taking place in society, the introduction of the theme of interdependence by Pope John XXIII was both timely and prophetic. The evolution to a more collaborative church organizational style does not imply the elimination of…

  19. The limits of postfigurative technique in Ignazio Silone's Pane e Vino ...

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    Uno scrittore che ha usato questa tecnica è Ignazio Silone. Essa forma una parte vitale della struttura del suo romanzo del 1937, Pane e vino. Tuttavia ci sono fondamentali debolezze nell'uso di Silone della figura simbolica di Cristo, il che esemplifica la critica di tale tecnica espressa in generale, fra i tanti, da Liston Pope e ...

  20. So Different yet so Similar: A Tale of Two Academic Libraries in the United States and Poland

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    Cyran, Katarzyna

    2017-01-01

    The aim of this article is to present a comparison between two academic libraries: Indiana University Libraries in the United States and the Library of Pope John Paul II State School of Higher Education in Biala Podlaska, Poland. This comparison is based on data that each of these libraries published in statistical reports. Much of the information…

  1. Socio-ethical implication of contraception and abortion: A rising ...

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    Contraception and abortion remains a global socio-ethical problem – more so to religious traditions like Christianity. John Paul II, the Pope (1918-2015) perceived the same problem as a culture of death because it diminishes human dignity and divine content. Against this backdrop, the study considers contraception and ...

  2. Dermal Toxicity Evaluation of Neutralized Chemical Agent Identification Sets (CAIS) with an Overview of the Dermal Toxicity of Vesicant Agents and their Degradation Products.

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    1996-10-01

    Food and Water Consumption and Locomotor Movement in Rats, Lab Animals, 26:180-189 (1992). Mann, F.G. and Pope, W.J., "Production and Reactions of ý...and Use: t-butyl alcohol is used in the manufacture of flotation agents, flavors, perfumes, used extensively as a solvent, as a gasoline additive

  3. Improvement of airfoil trailing edge bluntness noise model

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    Wei Jun Zhu

    2016-02-01

    Full Text Available In this article, airfoil trailing edge bluntness noise is investigated using both computational aero-acoustic and semi-empirical approach. For engineering purposes, one of the most commonly used prediction tools for trailing edge noise are based on semi-empirical approaches, for example, the Brooks, Pope, and Marcolini airfoil noise prediction model developed by Brooks, Pope, and Marcolini (NASA Reference Publication 1218, 1989. It was found in previous study that the Brooks, Pope, and Marcolini model tends to over-predict noise at high frequencies. Furthermore, it was observed that this was caused by a lack in the model to predict accurately noise from blunt trailing edges. For more physical understanding of bluntness noise generation, in this study, we also use an advanced in-house developed high-order computational aero-acoustic technique to investigate the details associated with trailing edge bluntness noise. The results from the numerical model form the basis for an improved Brooks, Pope, and Marcolini trailing edge bluntness noise model.

  4. Postobstructive pulmonary edema after biopsy of a nasopharyngeal mass

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    Keyur Kamlesh Mehta

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available We describe a case of 17 year-old male with a nasopharyngeal rhabdomyosarcoma who developed postobstructive pulmonary edema (POPE after removing the endotracheal tube following biopsy. He developed muffled voice, rhinorrhea, dysphagia, odynophagia, and difficulty breathing through nose and weight loss of 20 pounds in the preceding 2 months. A nasopharyngoscopy revealed a fleshy nasopharyngeal mass compressing the soft and hard palate. Head and neck MRI revealed a large mass in the nasopharynx extending into the bilateral choana and oropharynx. Biopsy of the mass was taken under general anesthesia with endotracheal intubation. Immediately after extubation he developed oxygen desaturation, which did not improve with bag mask ventilation with 100% of oxygen, but improved after a dose of succinylcholine. He was re-intubated and pink, frothy fluid was suctioned from the endotracheal tube. Chest radiograph (CXR was suggestive of an acute pulmonary edema. He improved with mechanical ventilation and intravenous furosemide. His pulmonary edema resolved over the next 24 h. POPE is a rare but serious complication associated with upper airway obstruction. The pathophysiology of POPE involves hemodynamic changes occurring in the lung and the heart during forceful inspiration against a closed airway due to an acute or chronic airway obstruction. This case illustrates the importance of considering the development of POPE with general anesthesia, laryngospasm and removal of endotracheal tube to make prompt diagnosis and to initiate appropriate management.

  5. Analysing Production Technology and Risk in Organic and Conventional Dutch Arable Farming using Panel Data

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    Gardebroek, C.; Chavez Clemente, M.D.; Oude Lansink, A.G.J.M.

    2010-01-01

    Abstract This paper compares the production technology and production risk of organic and conventional arable farms in the Netherlands. Just–Pope production functions that explicitly account for output variability are estimated using panel data of Dutch organic and conventional farms. Prior

  6. Molitva o izbavlenii ot bluda v církevněslovanských rukopisech Trojicko-sergijevské lávry

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    2013-01-01

    Roč. 82, 1-2 (2013), s. 43-52 ISSN 0037-6736 R&D Projects: GA ČR(CZ) GAP406/12/1790 Institutional support: RVO:68378017 Keywords : Old Church Slavonic * Church Slavonic * prayer * the Trinity Lavra of St. Sergius * manuscripts * Forty Gospel Homilies by Pope Gregory the Great Subject RIV: AI - Linguistics

  7. The Muted Voice of the Catholic Church in Angola

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    laboring for the Church in the spacious lands of Africa.” 87 Harkening back to the centuries of colonialism, this document anachronistically celebrates ...112 The peace conference, which was endorsed by Pope John Paul II, featured a 107Comerford, “The

  8. Zimbabwe: Current Issues and U.S. Policy

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    Pope John Paul II . The EU continues to put pressure on the ZANU-PF government to hold talks with the MDC, while at the same time providing humanitarian...has accused aid agencies of using food to turn Zimbabweans away from the ruling party. Critics like Catholic Archbishop Pius Ncube of Bulawayo have

  9. Intelligence Reform in Albania: Its Relation to Democratization and Integration into the EU and NATO

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    2008-03-01

    Albania and Western Europe for more than two decades until he died in 1468. In recognition of his persistent resistance, Pope Pius II conferred upon him...Form 298 (Rev. 2-89) Prescribed by ANSI Std. 239-18 ii THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK iii Approved for public release; distribution is...9 II . HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF THE ALBANIAN INTELLIGENCE SERVICES

  10. Zimbabwe

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    of Pope John Paul II . The EU continues to provide humanitarian and limited development assistance. Commonwealth The Commonwealth of Nations sent a...from ZANU-PF. Critics like Pius Ncube, former Catholic Archbishop of Bulawayo, accused the government of distributing food only in areas where

  11. Zimbabwe: Background

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    2010-07-08

    the ZANU-PF, an arms embargo, and an asset freeze. Mugabe defied the travel ban in 2005 to attend the funeral of Pope John Paul II . The EU continues...from ZANU-PF. Critics like Pius Ncube, former Catholic Archbishop of Bulawayo, accused the government of distributing food only in areas where

  12. Lift Enhancement Using Close-Coupled Canard/Wing Vortex Interaction

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    8217M - 4U4 Richard M. Howard, Thesis Advisor Louis V. Schmidt, Second Reader E. Roberts Wood, Chairman Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics ii...Pope, Alan, Low-Speed Wind Tunnel Testing, John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 1984. 19. Raymer , Daniel P., Aircraft Design: a Conceptual Approach, AIAA, Inc

  13. Farewell to the Man in the Red Beret, Enter the Man in the White Silk Mitre: "There Is a Crack in Everything, That's How the Light Gets In"

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    McLaren, Peter

    2013-01-01

    This essay examines the legacy of the late President of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez Frias. Shortly after the death of President Chavez, Jorge Mario Bergoglio was elected the 266th and current pope of the Catholic Church and took the name, Francis. The essay contrasts the demonization of Hugo Chavez by the Western corporate media with the adulation of…

  14. MRS Symposium on Advanced Tomographic Imaging Methods for the Analysis of Materials

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    ISBN: 1-55899-104-2 Volume 213-High Temperature Ordered Intermetallic Alloys IV, L. Johnson, D.P. Pope, J.O. Stiegler , 1991, ISBN: 1-55899-105-0 Volume...Universit6 Claude Bernard LYON I, 69622 VILLEURANNE d Universit6 Paris Sud, IEF, CNRS URA 22, 91405 ORSAY (FRANCE) ABSTRACT We have applied NMR Imaging and

  15. Empowering Children to Cope with Teasing

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    ... control will foster relationships, increase compliance, and improve self-esteem. Children who learn, practice, and Amy Smith • Child Life ... Every Kid’s Guide to Personal Power and Positive Self-Esteem by Gershen Kaufman, & ... Can Help their Children. •Pope, A., 2003. Advice for Parents: Helping Children ...

  16. The Nereus Hybrid Underwater Robotic Vehicle for Global Ocean Science Operations to 11,000m Depth

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    2008-09-01

    B. Butler. Field trials of the Theseus AUV. Proc. Int. Symp. on Unmanned Untethered Submersible Technology, page 615, 1995. [9] R. M. Eustice, L. L...pages 4257–4264, Apr. 2007. [10] J. Ferguson, A. Pope, B. Butler, and R. Verrall. Theseus AUV-two record breaking missions. Sea Technology, 40(2):65

  17. A Preliminary Model for the Protective Role of the Endocannabinoid 2-Arachydonylglycerol in Neuroinflammation

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    2015-09-30

    Seizure Frequency and Duration in a Model of Temporal Lobe Epilepsy . J Pharmacol Exp Ther, 307:129-137. Zhang M, Chen C. 2008. Endocannabinoid 2... Disorders . Brain Res Rev, 52(2):201-43. Pope C, Mechoulam R, Parsons L. 2010. Endocannabinoid Signaling in Neurotoxicity and Neuroprotection

  18. High-Tech School Bus Teaches Students on the Road

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    Katims, Lauren

    2011-01-01

    Last year, kindergarten through high school students in the rural Hector, Arkansas, School District barely had the technology resources that keep kids interested in math and science. This year, they potentially have the most advanced resources in the country--before they even step into the classroom. One school bus in Arkansas' Pope County has…

  19. Dawn of Science

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    Copernicus realised that his model could explain several things, which Ptolemy ... dedicated to Pope Paul III in order to pre-empt opposition from the Church. ... It was then rather strange to think that the Sun was going round the. Earth instead ...

  20. The Beauty of Teachers' Work in Reflections of Ukrainian and Polish Teachers

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    Semenog, Olena

    2014-01-01

    The values of human labor and teacher's work have been reflected on the basis of lexicographical sources and research reflections of famous Ukrainian and Polish pedagogues, such as T. Novatskiy, N. Nychkalo, Pope Paul II, G. Skovoroda, Z. Vyatrovskiy, I. Zyazyun. Among the existing values presented in lexicographical sources the following…

  1. The second twenty-five years.

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    Kippley, J F

    1993-01-01

    Between 1964 and 1968, the liberal Catholic press had prepared the laity for the change expected to occur after the release of Pope Paul VI's encyclical "Humanae Vitae," but almost no one read it when it was released in July 1968. The media gave the impression that no one agreed with the Pope. The Archbishop of Baltimore denounced his dissenting priests. The media publicized the discord, resulting in his fellow bishops not supporting him or the Pope. Sound theology was limited then. Today many Catholic leaders and scholars openly defend the encyclical, e.g., since 1978, Pope John Paul II has supported the doctrine of marital noncontraception. Pope Pius XII called for every woman to breast feed. The 1969 publication of the Breastfeeding and Natural Child Spacing was the catalyst for 10 years of research which confirmed breast feeding's contraceptive effect. Family planning specialists and demographers agreed in the Bellagio Consensus in 1988 that mothers who practiced exclusive breast feeding and were amenorrheic need not use a contraceptive for the first 6 months postpartum. Recent research shows that this rule depends on the population, e.g., women in Bangladesh meeting the criteria do not need to use contraceptives for 1 year. Few natural family planning groups existed in 1968 (e.g., 1 diocese), but today there are natural family planning teachers in 49 US states and in 13 countries. Some Catholics are calling for couples wanting to marry to take a course in natural family planning. The media widely publicized the new unnatural family planning methods, especially the pill. Recently a baby magazine allocated natural family planning 2/3rd of a page. A reporter for the "Washington Post" plans to interview a Catholic leader about natural family planning, completely on his/her own initiative.

  2. [A research program in neutrino physics, cosmic rays and elementary particles: Tasks A, B, C, D

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    1991-01-01

    A Summary of the DOE Supported High Energy Physics Research at The University of California, Irvine. Physics interests of the group are focused primarily on tests of conservation laws and studies of fundamental interactions between particles. There is also a significant interest in astrophysics and cosmic rays. The DOE support has been divided into four tasks briefly describes in this paper

  3. Teaching the Whole Child: The Importance of Culturally Responsiveness, Community Engagement, and Character Development in High Achieving African American Students

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    Wiggan, Greg; Watson, Marcia J.

    2016-01-01

    Current research on African American education is saturated with studies on school failure (Collins 2003; Glasser 1969; Irvine 1990; Kozol 2005; MacLeod 1995; Neckerman 2007; Walker and Sprague 1999), rather than investigations that address the processes that "mediate" failure and create success (Bell 2001; Chenoweth 2007, 2009;…

  4. Learning Management Platform for CyberCIEGE

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    2011-12-01

    CLE is a platform that allows academic and research collaboration and it is built on open pedagogy and open standard [16]. In those situations...C. Irvine, “Active learning with the CyberCIEGE video game,” in Proceedings of the 4th Conference on Cyber Security Experimentation and Test, 2011

  5. Innovation Engine

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    Stuart, Reginald

    2012-01-01

    This article describes how Wayne State University's TechTown is helping revive Detroit's hard-hit economy. TechTown got its start when then-Wayne State President Irvin Reid and a small group of business leaders in the city and state officials decided Detroit needed to embrace the business incubator idea that had been so successful in other regions…

  6. 2395-IJBCS-Article-Minaflinou Sacca Sidi

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    php/ijbcs http://indexmedicus.afro.who.int. Effets combinés des feuilles de Newbouldia laevis et de Zanthoxylum zanthoxyloïdes sur les nématodes parasites gastro-intestinaux des ovins Djallonké. Irvine Yèïnou MINAFLINOU SACCA SIDI1, ...

  7. Learning With Computers; Today and Tomorrow.

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    Bork, Alfred

    This paper describes the present practical use of computers in two large beginning physics courses at the University of California, Irvine; discusses the versatility and desirability of computers in the field of education; and projects the possible future directions of computer-based learning. The advantages and disadvantages of educational…

  8. 76 FR 72215 - Certain Products Containing Interactive Program Guide and Parental Controls Technology; Receipt...

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    ... System Inc. on November 15, 2011. The complaints allege violations of section 337 of the Tariff Act of... parental controls technology. The complaint names Vizio, Inc. of Irvine, CA; Haier Group Corp. of China... affect the public health and welfare in the United States, competitive conditions in the United States...

  9. Regional Cancer Registries – 20 Years and Growing

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    The NCI, Center for Global Health (CGH), the University of California at Irvine, the Middle East Cancer Consortium, and the International Agency for Research on Cancer partnered in support of the training course, held in Ankara, Turkey this past October, on The Uses of Cancer Registry Data in Cancer Control Research.

  10. 77 FR 24721 - The 15th Annual Food and Drug Administration-Orange County Regulatory Affairs Educational...

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  11. 2014 TMS RF Mehl Medal Symposium on Frontiers in Nanostructured Electronic and Structural Materials and Their Application

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    2015-05-19

    S. Mathaudhu (ARO) M. Meyers (UCSD) A. Misra (LANL) F. Mohamed (UC Irvine) KL Murty (NCSU) Q. Wei (UNC, Charlotte) D. Kumar ( NCA &T) R...greater than that for pure Ag NPs. Ag-Co NPs show a life-time of nearly an order of magnitude higher than pure Ag NPs due to cathodic protection of Ag

  12. Associations of Marital Conflict with Emotional and Physiological Stress: Evidence for Different Patterns of Dysregulation

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    Lucas-Thompson, Rachel G.

    2012-01-01

    The goal of this study was to explore theoretically suggested but untested links between interparental conflict and stress physiology in late adolescence. A multi-method study was conducted involving families (n = 42) who previously participated in the University California, Irvine site of the NICHD Study of Early Child Care and Youth Development;…

  13. Contemporary fiction and the ethics of modern culture

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    2007-01-01

    This book argues for the ethical relevancy of contemporary fiction at the beginning of the twenty-first century. Through reading novels by such writers as David Foster Wallace, Richard Powers, and Irvine Welsh, this book looks at how these works seek to transform the ways that readers live in the world.

  14. Effects of Planting Date and Weeding Regimes on Growth and Yield ...

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    the top thirteen oil seed crops, which make up to ... medicine (blood pressure, stress and tension). Also, Irvine (1970) ... high percent of blossoms, better pod set and pod yield with .... essential nutrients, water below the soil and for light and ...

  15. Greening Evolution

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    famous Suez Canal on the university campus – is particularly instructive for ... doors of exploration and creativity with tremendous implications for human welfare, industrial ecology and environmental safety1, 2. It is arguable that the rewards of genetic engineering and biotechnology are most ... University of California, Irvine.

  16. Lisandväärtuse lihtne allikas : jaekaubandus / Jüri Saar

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    Saar, Jüri, 1973-

    2008-01-01

    Kolme University of California Irvine'i teaduri läbiviidud uuringust "Who Captures Value in a Global Innovation System?" selgus, et kuigi lisandväärtuse loomine toimub igas tootmisahela lülis, haaravad kõige suurema osa lõpptarbijale müüdud toote lisandväärtusest siiski tellijatest brändiomanikud

  17. Case-Based Reasoning in Mixed Paradigm Settings and with Learning

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    1994-04-30

    Learning Prototypical Cases OFF-BROADWAY, MCI and RMHC -* are three CBR-ML systems that learn case prototypes. We feel that methods that enable the...at Irvine Machine Learning Repository, including heart disease and breast cancer databases. OFF-BROADWAY, MCI and RMHC -* made the following notable

  18. Kaks vaadet narkoelule ja tõlkimisele / Tiiu Laks

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    2010-01-01

    Arvustus: Thompson, Hunter Stockton. Hirm ja jälestus Las Vegases : metsik rännak Ameerika unelma südamesse / inglise keelest tõlkinud [ja järelsõna autor] Mihkel Kaevats. [Tallinn] : Eesti Päevaleht, 2010 ; Welsh, Irvine. Trainspotting : romaan / tõlkinud Olavi Teppan. Tallinn : Koolibri, 2010

  19. The Influence of seed treatments and growing media on seedling ...

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    These are available in June-. September when other fruits are scarce, and people cherished eating the succulent seeds. As documented by Irvine (1990) the plant which is a perennial is also a climber requiring support of woody sticks to climb, grow and survive. The plant start flowering between 1.5 to 2 years after planting.

  20. Convergence or Divergence: Alignment of Standards, Assessment, and Issues of Diversity.

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    Carter, Norvella, Ed.

    In this report, teacher educators scrutinize the relationships between the standards and assessment movement in education and the United States' increasingly multicultural population. The papers include: "Foreword" (Jacqueline Jordan Irvine); (1) "Diversity and Standards: Defining the Issues" (Norvella P. Carter); (2) "Accountability and…

  1. Long-Term Effects of Adderall XR in ADHD

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    J Gordon Millichap

    2005-06-01

    Full Text Available The long-term tolerability and effectiveness of extended release mixed amphetamine salts (Adderall XR in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD were evaluated in a 24-month, multicenter, open-label extension of 2 placebo-controlled studies at UCLA, Massachusetts General Hospital, UC-Irvine, Maitland, FL, and Shire Pharmaceutical, Wayne, PA.

  2. Nucleus-associated phosphorylation of Ins(1,4,5)P3 to InsP6 in Dictyostelium

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    Kaay, Jeroen van der; Wesseling, Jelle; Haastert, Peter J.M. van

    1995-01-01

    Although many cells contain large amounts of InsP(6), its metabolism and function is still largely unknown. In Dictyostelium lysates, the formation of InsP(6) by sequential phosphorylation of inositol via Ins(3,4,6)P-3 has been described [Stevens and Irvine (1990) Nature (London) 346, 580-583]; the

  3. 76 FR 23837 - Certain Ceramic Capacitors and Products Containing Same; Notice of the Commission's Final...

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    2011-04-28

    ... Samsung Electro-Mechanics Co., Ltd. of Suwon City, Korea and Samsung Electro- Mechanics America, Inc. of Irvine, California (collectively, ``Samsung'') as respondents. On December 22, 2010, the ALJ issued his... the ID. That same day, Samsung filed a contingent petition for review of the ID. On January 12, 2011...

  4. Interview with Jessica Utts

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    Rossman, Allan; Utts, Jessica

    2014-01-01

    This article offers a transcript of author Allan Rossman's interview with Jessica Utts, Professor and Chair of Statistics at the University of California-Irvine. Utts is also a Fellow of the American Statistical Association and a recipient of a Founders Award from ASA. Additionally, she has been elected as President of ASA for the year 2016. The…

  5. ‘Candidatus Phytoplasma wodyetiae’, a new taxon associated with yellow decline disease of foxtail palm (Wodyetia bifurcata) in Malaysia

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    Landscape grown foxtail palm (Wodyetia bifurcata A.K. Irvine) trees displaying symptoms of severe foliar chlorosis, stunting, general decline and mortality reminiscent of coconut yellow decline disease were observed in Bangi, Malaysia during 2012. DNA samples from foliage tissues of 15 symptomatic ...

  6. 76 FR 18551 - Determination of Insufficient Assets To Satisfy Claims Against Financial Institution in Receivership

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    ... Commercial Bank, San Francisco, California, to make any distribution to general unsecured claims, and... Receiver of United Commercial Bank, Attention: Claims Agent, 40 Pacifica, 8th Floor, Irvine, California 92618. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: On November 6, 2009, United Commercial Bank, San Francisco, California...

  7. Student Engagements Help Educate and Boost Workforce Development -

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    Irvine, California. During that period, more than 50 NREL staff members supported the event. That's part of the laboratory's legacy. NREL has organized all seven Decathlons since the inaugural event in 2002 . But it isn't just project management-NREL lets participants develop valuable skills, crafting the 10

  8. 76 FR 19097 - Ocean Transportation Intermediary License Applicants

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    ... Sachs, Partner/Logistics Manager (Qualifying Individual), Ali Ismailzada, Partner/CFO, Application Type... at (202) 523-5843 or by e-mail at [email protected] . Agility Logistics Corp. (OFF), 240 Commerce, Irvine... Avenue, Newark, NJ 07083, Officer: Hakeem K. Bisiolu, Member/Manager (Qualifying Individual), Application...

  9. Proceedings of Damping 󈨟, Held in San Diego, California on 13 - 15 February 1991. Volume 3

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    1991-08-01

    Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering University of California, Irvine, CA 92717 (714) 856- 8583 GDE-1 1. INTRODUCTION ihe efective utilization...frequency domain and afr , Iso interpreted in trmK of behavioral responses associaied with real ,nateria! compliances or moduli in the real time plane. It

  10. Review, Revise, and (re)Release: Updating an Information Literacy Tutorial to Embed a Science Information Life Cycle

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    Bussmann, Jeffra Diane; Plovnick, Caitlin E.

    2013-01-01

    In 2008, University of California, Irvine (UCI) Libraries launched their first Find Science Information online tutorial. It was an innovative web-based tool, containing not only informative content but also interactive activities, embedded hyperlinked resources, and reflective quizzes, all designed primarily to educate undergraduate science…

  11. 78 FR 781 - Investigations Regarding Certifications of Eligibility To Apply for Worker Adjustment Assistance

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    ... Industries Irvine, CA 12/05/12 12/03/12 (previous name was under (Company). 82215 Sharp Electronics Camas, WA... Springs, AR........ 12/07/12 12/06/12 Stop). 82225 Dura Automotive Systems LLC Milan, TN 12/07/12 12/06/12...

  12. Revision and Evaluation of a Course in Behavioral Sciences for Undergraduate Medical Students.

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    McGuire, Frederick L.; Friedmann, Claude T. H.

    1981-01-01

    The new teaching format of a behavioral science course at the University of California, Irvine, College of Medicine is described. Specific objectives were to present an introduction of life's developmental cycles, the nature of mind-body relationships, and dynamics of the doctor-patient relationship, and to develop interviewing skills. (MLW)

  13. THE mSTORY OF PNEUMOCONIOSIS

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    L. G. Irvine, A. Mavrogordato and Hans Pirow divided the history of silicosis on the .... have been admirably presented to us by Drs. Waiters, Webster and ... direct our attention to minimising dust, especially fine dust, in the air respired by the ...

  14. High-Ti type N-MORB parentage of basalts from the south Andaman ...

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    R. Narasimhan (Krishtel eMaging) 1461 1996 Oct 15 13:05:22

    by Irvine and Baragar (1971) or MacDonald and. Katsura (1964) were not included here because of the considerable uncertainty that exists in such a classification scheme (see Sheth et al 2002 for more explanation). The Andaman ophiolite samples are mainly basalts (20 samples), with some basaltic andesites.

  15. In-situ Manipulation and Imaging of Switchable Two-dimensional Electron Gas at Oxide Heterointerfaces

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    2016-11-30

    hierarchies on (001)- and (111)-oriented quantum well structures. Our results demonstrate the unprecedented capability of electron holographic...SrTiO3” Feng Bi, Mengchen Huang, Chung-Wung Bark, Sangwoo Ryu, Sanghan Lee, Chang-Beom Eom, Patrick Irvin and Jeremy Levy, J. Appl . Phys. 119

  16. Arnold Rüütel esines Oxfordi ülikoolis / Silja Lättemäe

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    2002-01-01

    Visiidil Suurbritanniasse kohtus president Rüütel Lordide koja spiikri lordkantsler Lairg'i lord Irvine'iga, põllumajandusminister lord Donoughue'ga, Wales'i prints Charles'iga ning Oxfordi ülikoolis Eestist huvitatud tudengitega. Presidendi loengust St John'i kolledžis. Töövisiit Suurbritanniasse 11.-13.11.2002

  17. Der er én eller anden mening med tingene, hvis man bare tror på det

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    Olsen, Jan Brødslev

    2016-01-01

    udgangspunkt i et kort stykke livsfortælling, fokus på meningsbegrebet i eksistentiel belysning. Det sker indledningsvist ud fra den amerikanske psykolog Jerome Bruner og efterfølgende to centrale skikkelser i eksistenspsykologien, østrigske Viktor Frankl og amerikanske Irvin Yalom. Sigtet er at skabe et bud...

  18. Proyectos Estratégicos Consultoría, S.C

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    Equipo de trabajo: Investigadores senior. Alejandra Armesto, Carlos Silva. Asesor. Irvin Waller. Investigadores junior. Marja Alvarado, Araceli Cabrera, Lluvia Castillo, Michel Retama, Adriana Sereno. Colaboradores. Óscar Aguilar, Dulce Cerón, JuanaMa Hernández, Rosa Hernández, Mayolo Medina, Lucía. Melgar ...

  19. 78 FR 32650 - Ocean Transportation Intermediary License Applicants

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    ... Change Abaco Logistics Corporation (OFF), 8051 NW 67th Street, Miami, FL 33166, Officers: Manuel T. Soto...: New NVO & OFF License Star Cluster Logistics (NVO & OFF), 4 Executive Circle, Suite 170, Irvine, CA... License Straight Forwarding, Inc. (NVO & OFF), 20974 Currier Road, City of Industry, CA 91789, Officer: Yi...

  20. Demonstration and Evaluation of Solid Phase Microextraction for the Assessment of Bioavailability and Contaminant Mobility

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    G.A., Greenberg, M.S., Rowland, C.D., Irvine, C.A., Lavoie, D.R., Brooker, J.A., Moore, L., Raymer , D.F.N., McWilliam, R.A. 2005. “In situ exposures...Reinhard, M.; and Roberts , P. Sorption of Hydrophobic Organic Compounds by Sediments. In Geochemical Processes at Mineral Surfaces; American Chemical

  1. QR Codes as Finding Aides: Linking Electronic and Print Library Resources

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    Kane, Danielle; Schneidewind, Jeff

    2011-01-01

    As part of a focused, methodical, and evaluative approach to emerging technologies, QR codes are one of many new technologies being used by the UC Irvine Libraries. QR codes provide simple connections between print and virtual resources. In summer 2010, a small task force began to investigate how QR codes could be used to provide information and…

  2. Survey and Analysis of Environmental Requirements for Shipboard Electronic Equipment Applications. Appendix A. Volume 2.

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    ADDRESS: 35 South Service Road Plainview NY 11803 MARKETING: Clint Brown TECHNICAL: PHONE: (516) 694 6700 FAX: (516) 694 6771I I I I I VMEbus VENDOR...DISTRIBUTOR ADDRESS: 17032 Murphy Avenue I Irvine CA 92714 I MARKETING: John Sutherland TECHNICAL: Tim Elsmore PHONE: (714) 261 0606 FAX: (714) 261 0894 I I

  3. Scaling Value: Transnationalism and the Aga Khan's English as a "Second Language" Policy

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    Bolander, Brook

    2018-01-01

    Against the backdrop of growing sociolinguistic interest in transnationalism, this paper uses the notion of "scale" as an "ideological project" (Irvine in "Scale. Discourse and dimensions of social life," University of California Press, California, 2016: 214) to study situated discursive performances of…

  4. Acoustic Neuroma Educational Video

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  5. 76 FR 76436 - Certain Communication Equipment, Components Thereof, and Products Containing the Same, Including...

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    ... AGENCY: U.S. International Trade Commission. ACTION: Notice. SUMMARY: Notice is hereby given that a...: Cisco Systems, Inc., 170 West Tasman Drive, San Jose, CA 95134. Cisco Consumer Products LLC, 120 Theory... CH, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Cisco-Linksys LLC, 121 Theory Drive, Irvine, CA 92617. Hewlett-Packard Co...

  6. Inelastic electron scattering from surfaces

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    Tong, S.Y.; Mills, D.L.

    1992-01-01

    This report contains highlights of accomplishments of the past year, for the University of California, Irvine and the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee collaboration on surface excitations, and their interactions with low energy electrons. In addition, we present a summary of future research to be carried out in the coming grant year

  7. 76 FR 79214 - Certain Products Containing Interactive Program Guide and Parental Controls Technology...

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    ... Systems, Inc. of Tortola, the British Virgin Islands. The complaint alleges violations of section 337.... Box 71, Road Town, Tortola, British Virgin Islands. (b) The respondents are the following entities...: Vizio, Inc., 39 Tesla, Irvine, CA 92618. Haier Group Corp., 1 Haier Road, Hi-Tech Zone, Qingdao...

  8. The splendor of control.

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    Maguire, D C

    1994-01-01

    Public reaction to the Roman Catholic Pope's encyclical, Veritatis Splendor, has been meek and has missed identifying the major flaw in the work. The encyclical is a study of how humans recognize truth. The Pope acknowledges our universal search for and desire for truth, but cautions that the devil and original sin weaken our capacity to recognize truth when we see it. This alarming assertion is followed by the Catholic Church's claim that it is capable of teaching the truth through the will of Jesus Christ. The Catholic Church claims its authority extends to even the most controversial and complex matters and includes the entire moral order. To defend this fantastic idea, the Pope refers to the notion given voice at the First Vatican Council in 1869-70 that if he makes a statement, it is true. If it were not true, something would happen to prevent its being made. This quaint argument has allowed a series of Popes to rise above "mere" theology. We see this type of thinking in cult leaders and Ayatollahs who claim special pipelines to the mind of God. It is this embarrassing claim, which is not only ridiculous but sacrilegious, that is the most alarming element in the encyclical. Traditional Catholic theology has always insisted on a balance provided by the discerning power of the faithful, theological authors, and Church hierarchy. The Pope simply ignores this and states that he can provide solutions to everything all on his on. He also wants his views presented throughout the world and in the United Nations decision-making processes through the nationhood of the Vatican. Individuals who follow his teachings and are hurt (or even die) in the process are deemed "martyrs" by the Church when, in fact, they are only martyrs to ignorance. Veritas Splendor is a dangerous document. It may cause Catholic hospitals to lose either their tax-exempt status or their designation as "Catholic." This encyclical reverts to the "one true church" thinking abandoned by Vatican II. It

  9. EXPERIENCE VERSUS AUTHORITY: THE SEARCH FOR GENDER EQUALITY IN CHAUCER'S "THE WIFE OF BATH'S PROLOGUE AND TALE"

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    Setefanus Suprayitno

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    Full Text Available Over the past few years much interest has been put on gender equality. There has been a changing perception of the attitudes which emerges and shapes women's role in society and relationships. Formerly, social ideas and customs dictated women to be subservient. But now the changing social structure gives women space to pursue gender equality. Geoffrey Chaucer (ca. 1343-1400 had addressed this issue in his work, "The Wife of Bath's Prologue and Tale." This paper discusses how Alisoun, the wife Bath, through her prologue and tale, shows the contradiction of the oppressive traditions and customs imposed on women and attempts to present the idea of gender equality.

  10. Cosmic alternatives?

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    Gregory, Ruth

    2009-04-01

    "Cosmologists are often in error but never in doubt." This pithy characterization by the Soviet physicist Lev Landau sums up the raison d'être of Facts and Speculations in Cosmology. Authors Jayant Narlikar and Geoffrey Burbidge are proponents of a "steady state" theory of cosmology, and they argue that the cosmological community has become fixated on a "Big Bang" dogma, suppressing alternative viewpoints. This book very much does what it says on the tin: it sets out what is known in cosmology, and puts forward the authors' point of view on an alternative to the Big Bang.

  11. What money does: An inquiry into the backbone of capitalist political economy

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    Koddenbrock, Kai

    2017-01-01

    The theory and critique of capitalism is back at the center of scholarly debate. With it comes a growing awareness of the analytical and political importance of money and money creation. Moving from the more systemic reflections of Karl Marx to more recent work on money theory by Geoffrey Ingham and in financial economics, the paper focuses on three of money’s “deeds.” As a social structure and process, it makes moneymaking through capital permeate all our societies. As a public-private partn...

  12. Sir Winston Churchill: treatment for pneumonia in 1943 and 1944.

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    Vale, J A; Scadding, J W

    2017-12-01

    This paper reviews Churchill's illnesses in February 1943 and August/September 1944 when he developed pneumonia; on the first occasion this followed a cold and sore throat. Churchill was managed at home by Sir Charles Wilson (later Lord Moran) with the assistance of two nurses and the expert advice of Dr Geoffrey Marshall, Brigadier Lionel Whitby and Colonel Robert Drew. A sulphonamide (sulphathiazole on the first occasion) was prescribed for both illnesses. Churchill recovered, and despite his illnesses continued to direct the affairs of State from his bed. On the second occasion, Churchill's illness was not made public.

  13. Clerics and courtly love in Andreas Capellanus' The Art of Courtly Love and Chaucer's Canterbury Tales

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    Williams, Andrew

    1990-01-01

    In both The Canterbury Tales and The Art of Courtly Love Geoffrey Chaucer and Andreas Capellanus deal with various aspects of courtly love. In particular, both of them focus to some degree on the question of clerical celibacy. The use of tale telling and imaginary dialogues result in a contemporary overview of the role of the cleric in courtly love, the church rules on the subject, and the opinions of the people on a subject that is ripe for exploration. My aim is to point out some of the ...

  14. Effects of Early Acute Care on Autonomic Outcomes in SCI: Bedside to Bench and Back

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    2015-10-01

    William Whetstone MD from Emergency Medicine and Geoffrey Manley MD, PhD who are already on the project. This team has worked together on the...Cessante LM, Cheung CR, Cullen MA, McDonald EC, Holland MC. Routine TBI screening following combat deployments. NeuroRehabilitation. 2010; 26(3):183...1,3,4 William Whetstone,2 Rajiv Saigal,3,4 Adam Ferguson,3,4 Jason Talbott,5 Jacqueline Bresnahan,3,4 Sanjay Dhall,3,4 Jonathan Pan,6 Michael Beattie

  15. APF-The Lick Observatory Automated Planet Finder

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    WILLIAM DEICH,1 BRIAN DUPRAW,1 WAYNE EARTHMAN,1 HARLAND EPPS,1 SANDRA FABER,1 DEBRA FISCHER ,3 ELINOR GATES,1 DAVID HILYARD,1 BRAD HOLDEN,1 KEN JOHNSTON,4...SANDY KEISER,2 DICK KANTO,1 MYRA KATSUKI,1 LEE LAITERMAN,1 KYLE LANCLOS,1 GREG LAUGHLIN,1 JEFF LEWIS,1 CHRIS LOCKWOOD,1,5 PAUL LYNAM,1 GEOFFREY MARCY,6...with S. Vogt as principal investigator, G. Marcy and D. Fischer as coinvestgators, and M. Radovan as project manager and principal engineer. A large

  16. Brand Identity, Adaptation, and Media Franchise Culture

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    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available In spite of the noticeable practices within the field of Adaptation, Adaptation theory seems to be lagging behind whilst perpetuating various fallacies. Geoffrey Wagner’s types of Adaptation and Kamilla Elliott’s proposed concepts for examining adaptations have proved useful but due to their general applicability they seem to perpetuate the fallacies existing within the field of Adaptation. This article will propose a context-specific concept pertaining to Media Franchise Culture for the purpose of examining Adaptations and re-assessing long-held debates concerning the Original, the Content/Form debate and Fidelity issues that cater to the twelve fallacies discussed by Thomas Leitch.

  17. Citizen Science: Sally Shuttleworth and her Team Interviewed by Carolyn Burdett

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    Full Text Available In this podcast interview Carolyn Burdett joins Sally Shuttleworth, Gowan Dawson, Geoffrey Belknap, and Alison Moulds to discuss their project ‘Constructing Scientific Communities: Citizen Science in the 19th and 21st Centuries’. From Charles Darwin, nineteenth-century scientific periodicals, scientific communities, and amateur scientists to their twenty-first century virtual counterparts in digital platforms such as Zooniverse, the project illuminates the inclusive nature of science in action, and the strategies of public engagement to respond to the challenge of big data through intergenerational crowdsourcing projects extending from postgraduate research to child scientists.

  18. Insularity and communion

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    Greenwood, Hilary

    1997-01-01

    The great comic classic of middle-English literature is the Canterbury Tales of Geoffrey Chaucer, written in the last part of the fourteenth century. A party of men and women set out together on horse-back from an inn in London to make the pilgrimage to the shrine of St. Thomas Becket. By a happy coincidence their route will bring them past the very spot where we are gathered today. They are a mixed group: some of them are presented to us as virtuous characters, like the Clerk of Oxford and t...

  19. A propósito de la primera traducción en prosa francesa de la "Historia regum Britanniae"

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    El ms. BNF fr. 17177 nos ha conservado la primera traducción en prosa francesa de la Historia Regum Britanniae de Geoffrey de Monmouth, interpolada en la Histoire Ancienne jusqu'à César. Tras una serie de consideraciones preliminares sobre esta traducción, el artículo se centra en el estudio de las dos secciones más interesantes del texto: la Profecía de Merlín y los capítulos consagrados al reinado de Arturo. El artículo comenta las glosas que introduce el autor en la Profe...

  20. Status and Mating Success Amongst Visual Artists

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    Clegg, Helen; Nettle, Daniel; Miell, Dorothy

    2011-01-01

    Geoffrey Miller has hypothesized that producing artwork functions as a mating display. Here we investigate the relationship between mating success and artistic success in a sample of 236 visual artists. Initially, we derived a measure of artistic success that covered a broad range of artistic behaviors and beliefs. As predicted by Miller’s evolutionary theory, more successful male artists had more sexual partners than less successful artists but this did not hold for female artists. Also, male artists with greater artistic success had a mating strategy based on longer term relationships. Overall the results provide partial support for the sexual selection hypothesis for the function of visual art. PMID:22059085

  1. Narratives of Arab Anglophone Women and the Articulation of a Major Discourse in a Minor Literature

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    Sarnou Dalal

    2014-01-01

    “It is important to stress that a variety of positions with respect to feminism, nation, religion and identity are to be found in Anglophone Arab women’s writings. This being the case, it is doubtful whether, in discussing this literary production, much mileage is to be extracted from over emphasis of the notion of its being a conduit of ‘Third World subaltern women.’” (Nash 35) Building on Geoffrey Nash’s statement and reflecting on Deleuze and Guattari’s conceptualization of minor literatur...

  2. The Common Sense Personalism of St. John Paul II (Karol Wojtyła

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    Pawel Tarasiewicz

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available The article aims at showing that the philosophical personalism of Pope John Paul II (Karol Wojtyla stems from the common sense approach to reality. First, it presents Karol Wojtyla as a framer of the Lublin Philosophical School, to which he was affiliated for 24 years before being elected Pope John Paul II; it shows Wojtyla’s role in establishing this original philosophical School by his contribution to its endorsement of Thomism, its way of doing philosophy, and its classically understood personalism. Secondly, it identifies a purpose of Wojtyla’s use of the phenomenological method in his personalism and reconstructs Wojtyla’s possible answer to the question whether there is a link between moral sense and common sense in human experience.

  3. pH-sensitive liposomes containing polymerized phosphatidylethanolamine and fatty acid.

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    Choi, M J; Han, H S; Kim, H

    1992-11-01

    With the ultimate aim of targeting cancer drugs to malignant tissues, liposomes containing polymeric phosphatidylethanolamine and a fatty acid were prepared. For this purpose diacetylenic phosphatidylethanolamine (DAPE), a phosphatidylethanolamine containing diacetylene, was synthesized. Liposomes containing DAPE, fatty acid, and either phosphatidylethanolamine (PE) or phosphatidylethanolamine-beta-oleoyl-gamma-palmitoyl (POPE) were then prepared. Polymerization of DAPE was effected by UV illumination. The polymeric liposomes so obtained were stable at physiological pH but became leaky below pH 6.5. Of various compositions studied, the greatest pH-sensitivity was found with liposomes composed of 35 mol% DAPE, 35 mol% POPE, and 30 mol% saturated fatty acid. The presence of blood plasma albumin decreased vesicle stability while apolipoprotein A-I (apo A-I) had the opposite effect and plasma as a whole had a slightly stabilizing effect.

  4. Orden jurídico e identidad política en los albores de la recepción del derecho común (sobre los Forais de Coimbra, Lisboa y Santarém

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    Full Text Available Although Portuguese historians have already paid special attention to the recognition of Portugal as a kingdom by Pope Alexander III, this very fact has not yet been connected to another singular contemporary fact: the simultaneous concession of «forais» to the towns of Coimbra, Lisbon and Santarem, by king Alfonso Enríquez. The assumption, as an initial working hypothesis, that there is a possible causal relationship between both facts, as well as seeking to verify such hypothesis by means of a critical analysis of the documents respectively embodying the action of both Pope and King, lead to remarkable results about the redaction process of these «forais», where, while keeping within the bounds of the current historical and juridical traditions, it also occurs the reception of the «Ius commune» principles, depicting the first Portuguese king as «Imperator in regno suo».

  5. The environmental and the ethical and moral crises according to the Laudato si’ encyclical

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    Full Text Available Faced with the disorderly way of conceiving life in the current model of political and economic development, which has compromised our common home due to the depredation of all forms of life in the biosphere, and in light of the moral and ethical crisis of our time that has fostered a culture of relativism, disposability and immediacy, this reflection aims to analyze how Pope Francis connects the environmental crisis with the ethical and moral crisis in his Laudato si’ encyclical. Pope Francis believes that we do not live in a time of several crises but rather one complex crisis which is both social and environmental which is the external manifestation of the ethical and moral, cultural and spiritual crisis of humanity. The cry for help of the Earth is inseparable from that of the poor, so only an integral ecology can help heal fundamental human relationships.

  6. The Roman Catholic Church, the Holocaust, and the demonization of the Jews: Response to "Benjamin and us: Christanity, its Jews, and history" by Jeanne Favret-Saada.

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    Kertzer, David I

    2014-01-01

    Following eleven years' work, in 1998 a high-level Vatican commission instituted by Pope John Paul II offered what has become the official position of the Roman Catholic Church denying any responsibility for fomenting the kind of demonization of the Jews that made the Holocaust possible. In a 2001 book, The popes against the Jews , I demonstrated that in fact the church played a major role in leading Catholics throughout Europe to view Jews as an existential threat. Yet defenders of the church position continue to deny the historical evidence and to launch ferocious ad hominem attacks against scholars who have researched the subject. The anti-Semitism promulgated by the church can be seen as part of the long battle it waged against modernity, with which the Jews were identified.

  7. The Roman Catholic Church, the Holocaust, and the demonization of the Jews

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    Kertzer, David I.

    2015-01-01

    Following eleven years’ work, in 1998 a high-level Vatican commission instituted by Pope John Paul II offered what has become the official position of the Roman Catholic Church denying any responsibility for fomenting the kind of demonization of the Jews that made the Holocaust possible. In a 2001 book, The popes against the Jews, I demonstrated that in fact the church played a major role in leading Catholics throughout Europe to view Jews as an existential threat. Yet defenders of the church position continue to deny the historical evidence and to launch ferocious ad hominem attacks against scholars who have researched the subject. The anti-Semitism promulgated by the church can be seen as part of the long battle it waged against modernity, with which the Jews were identified. PMID:27011787

  8. Conflict and Conscience: Ideological War and the Albigensian Crusade

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    had fallen to the Egyptians twelve years earlier, and the Crusader Kingdom was still unable to regain the Holy City. The newly elected Pope Innocent...for a favorable settlement with the Egyptians . However, instead of proceeding to Egypt, the Venetian fleet coerced the crusaders into attacking the...assassin of Count Raymond murdered the papal legate Peter de Castelnau. With the vivid memory of his visit to Thomas Becket’s tomb firmly in his mind

  9. Elucidating Dynamical Processes Relevant to Flow Encountering Abrupt Topography (FLEAT)

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    Encountering Abrupt Topography (FLEAT) Bo Qiu Dept of Oceanography, University of Hawaii at Manoa 1000 Pope Rd. Honolulu, HI 96822 phone: (808) 956...c) to explore relevant dynamics by using both simplified models and OGCM output with realistic topography and surface boundary conditions...scale abyssal circulation, we propose to use the Hallberg Isopycnal Model (HIM). The HIM allows sloping isopycnals to interact with bottom topography

  10. Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion in Copper and Nickel Seawater Piping Systems

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    Influenced Tipton, D. G. and Kain, R. M. 1980. Effect of temperature onCorosiope in Nuclear Power Plants atudy a Mical Gnuide the resistance to pitting of...Monel alloy 400 in seawater. In:Corrosion in Nuclear Power Plants anda Practical ie fr Proceedings of Corrosion 󈨔. Chicago, Illinois: National...Sons Ltd. 441 pp. Quimica . Verink, E.D. and Pourbaix, M. 1971. Use of electrochemical Pope, D. H., Duquette, D. J., Johannes, A. H., and Wayner

  11. Stefan Batory’s military and political plans concerning Moscow state in 1584-1587

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    In the article, the methods of the Polish king, his interaction with the Pope in matters of policy regarding Muscovy are also studied. The positions of various groups of the nobility of the Polish­Lithuanian Commonwealth which they defended in Sejmiks and Sejms are analyzed. The publication considers Embassies of that time and their results. The basic controversial issues in the policy of both countries are investigated.

  12. A Time to Build: An Expanded Role for United States Reserve Forces in Central America and the Caribbean

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    For Lcw Intensitv Confl ict . Prominent in the doctrine is th reognitin- the overridina im-ortance of the socio-oolitical environ .ant in an insurgency...the encyclicals of Pope John 0 XIII in 1961 and 1966, Vatican II in 1963-65, and the Second General Conference of Latin American Bishops in Medellin ...Gutierrez, a Peruvian theolooian and one of the advisors at the Medellin Conference. has orofoundlv influenced the develooment of liberation theoloov. S

  13. La introducción del arte flamígero en Castilla: Pedro Jalopa, maestro de los Luna

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    Don Alvaro de Luna, at the height of his power, decided to build a funerary chapel in Toledo Cathedral. In relation to this project Pedro Jalopa appears, possibly the same master who some years earlier had directed the construction of Huesca Cathedral under the patronage of Pope Benedict XIII, great-uncle of Don Alvaro. After his work in Toledo, Jalopa was contracted as master builder at Palencia Cathedral. The powerful Luna family and the close relationship between bishoprics may well have i...

  14. Contrast of Korean industrial standard and overseas standard

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    2006-12-01

    This book introduces Korean Industrial Standard and Overseas Standard, which deals with furniture, plasticizers, valcaning agents, gaskets, steel pipes and tubes. It covers wooden furniture for offices, washing dresser, children crib, chairs and desks for students, chairs and desks made from synthetic resins, tricresyl phosphate, dibutyl phthalate, dioctyl phthalate, phtalic acid dieptil, V packing, vulcanization accelerator CBS(CZ), vulcanization accelerator MBT(M), vulcanization accelerator Zn BDC, steel pipe for heating furnace and carbon steel pope for high voltage piping.

  15. Ecclesiological thought of Peter Damiani. For a possible interpretation of syntesis

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    Full Text Available The author asks whether it's possible today to compose, according to a shared methodology, the most adverse interpretations about the hermit and cardinal of Ostia. This study aims to identify trends, adaptability and originality of Petrus Damiani's ecclesiological thought, with regard to pressing emergencies of the Reformation, focusing on relations between mystical Church and historical Church, between pope and emperor, and also on judicial powers of the Roman Church and on the Petrine primacy.

  16. Center for Hypersonic Combined Cycle Flow Physics

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    LES/RANS, filtered mass density function, reduced chemical kinetics, ignition delay, RCCS, ISAT 16. SECURITY CLASSIFICATION OF: 17. LIMITATION OF...PaSR. DISTRIBUTION A: Distribution approved for public release. 18 In-situ adaptive tabulation ( ISAT ) and Rate-Controlled Constrained...tabulation ( ISAT ) in PaSR simulations (Hiremath and Pope, 2011). In the past, the lack of an efficient method of identifying the constraint species in

  17. Sustainable Development, Moral Law and Legality in Defense of Cultural and Landscape Heritage

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    Moved by Pope Frances’ urgent call to protect our common home by dealing with the environmental challenge and its human roots to achieve sustainable and integral development, the historical-legislative and institutional recognition act was drawn up on the protection and valorization of cultural-landscape-environmental heritage, matrix of the progress of civilization outlined in the fundamental principles of the Italian Constitution in the “cultural programme” focused on the relationship betwe...

  18. Identity Use and Misuse of Public Persona on Twitter

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    Köse, Dicle Berfin; Veijalainen, Jari; Semenov, Alexander

    2016-01-01

    Social media sites have appeared during the last 10 years and their use has exploded all over the world. Twitter is a microblogging service that has currently 320 million user profiles and over 100 million daily active users. Many celebrities and leading politicians have a verified profile on Twitter, including Justin Bieber, president Obama, and the Pope. In this paper we investigate the '‘hundreds of Putins and Obamas phenomenon’ on Twitter. We collected two data sets in 2015 co...

  19. El barrio de la embajada de España en Roma en la segunda mitad del siglo XVII

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    Full Text Available In the middle of the XVIIth century the foreign ambassadors in Rome extend the immunity of his palace a sector of the city, the district of the embassy. But in the last third of the century the Popes try to suppress these exempt jurisdictions. In this article across the documentation Vaticana and Spanish, studies the evolution of the Spanish district and his vicissitudes until the Marquess of Cogolludo resigns his immunity, and there begins a new period of limited jurisdiction.

  20. THE THRONE OF PETER DURING THE FIRST CENTURIES: FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES TO THE SEPARATION OF THE PAPACY FROM BYZANTIUM

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    Full Text Available This Article discusses the question pertaining to the primacy of the Pope of Rome from the fi rst to the eighth centuries. The author criticizes the Roman Catholic teaching of the primacy of the pope as well as papal infallibility both of which were promulgated at the First Vatican Council in 1870. The author’s sources include an analysis of the proof texts employed by the Council: texts from scripture, from the works of early Christian fathers (Saint Ireneus and Saint Ambrose, from the works of the roman Pontiff s (Leo the Great, Hormisdus, and Gregory the great, on which the Council based its assumptions regarding the primacy of Peter and of the roman pontiff s. A panoramic view and detailed study of these documents lead the author to conclude that the doctrine of primacy has no real foundation in fact. The scriptures underscore the significance but not the particular office of Peter whose importance is founded in the fact that the apostle was at the head of the Christian community in Jerusalem. The Council incorrectly understood the proof texts on which it based the primacy doctrine separating them from their historical and social Sitz im Leben. The author pays particular attention to the historical circumstances surrounding the particular position of Rome as the capital city, the unique, for the western half of the Empire, apostolic origin of the see, its distance from Constantinople, and the relative independence of the popes in the face of the Byzantine emperors, an understanding which was not at all shared by the Eastern Churches. The author concludes that the pretensions of the popes to primacy were never accepted by the whole of the Church.

  1. Enhanced Amendment Delivery to Low Permeability Zones for Chlorinated Solvent Source Area Bioremediation

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    2014-09-01

    thinning fluids containing vegetable oils has also begun to be investigated. As a substrate for bioremediation , vegetable oils have been shown to induce...remediation of soil columns contaminated by nonaqueous phase liquids. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, 38(4): 465-488. Dwarakanath, V., and Pope, G.A...each sample. Gloves will be worn by all sampling personnel and changed out between each sample to minimize cross- contamination . During soil

  2. Catholic perspectives on populations issues II.

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    Murphy, F X

    1981-02-01

    This Bulletin discusses the history and current status of the population problem from a Roman Catholic viewpoint. While upholding human rights and admitting the right of couples to control the size of their families, the Catholic Church continues to prohibit the use of artificial methods of contraception as sinful. This position hinders the Church, with its some 750 million adherents, from taking an effective lead in confronting the growing threat of global overpopulation. Rhythm has been permitted since 1930 but Pope Pius 12 in 1958 forbade contraceptive use of the pill. Despite the liberal spirit engendered by Vatican Council 2 and against the recommendation of a papal birth control commission, Pope Paul 6 in his 1968 Encyclical Humanae vitae reaffirmed the ban on artificial contraception, apparently convinced that this was necessary to combat growing sexual immorality, family breakdown, and materialism. This stance has been upheld by Pope John Paul 2 and the 1980 Synod of Bishops. The decision ignores the pleas of a number of responsible churchmen speaking for their people at the Synod and of a growing majority of Catholic theologians and laity, that Church teaching must be updated to take account of the facts of modern life. Surveys reveal that Catholic married couples increasingly find Church-approved natural family planning methods unsatisfactory and feel obliged to turn to artificial methods to regulate their family size. On the world scale, Pope John Paul 2 and the Vatican, while insisting on human rights and the need for a reordering of unjust economic, social, and political structures, seem to be neglecting the threat of civilizational breakdown that looms with the prospect of too many people in too little space with too few resources.

  3. Probability density function modeling of scalar mixing from concentrated sources in turbulent channel flow

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    Bakosi, J.; Franzese, P.; Boybeyi, Z.

    2010-01-01

    Dispersion of a passive scalar from concentrated sources in fully developed turbulent channel flow is studied with the probability density function (PDF) method. The joint PDF of velocity, turbulent frequency and scalar concentration is represented by a large number of Lagrangian particles. A stochastic near-wall PDF model combines the generalized Langevin model of Haworth & Pope with Durbin's method of elliptic relaxation to provide a mathematically exact treatment of convective and viscous ...

  4. The Sunni Spring: Counter-Attack in the War for Islamic Civilization

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    2012-12-06

    cannot stamp out such practices like the British were able to stamp out sati in India . Unlike the Raj, however, we are in no position to superimpose...The United States toppled the Arab World’s leading secular tyrant and proceeded to rebuild the country’s political system in such a way as to...few thought much about the commonality during the tense years of the Cold War. Pope and Patriarch may have excommunicated each other in the Great

  5. Determining Nanoparticle Inhalation Exposure in the Prosthetics Laboratory at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center

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    2013-04-29

    Since the London pollution study of 1952, it has been shown that increases of PM in the air increase total mortality and morbidity. It is well...an increase in cardiopulmonary mortality . Particle pollution was associated with increased public health system burden by increasing...hospitalizations and respiratory disease incidences and fatality case (49). In the same extensive review, Pope and Dockery have suggested that the trend of

  6. El liderazgo político en la era digital: un análisis de uso de Twitter por el Papa Francisco (@Pontifex

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    Clara De Uribe Salazar

    2016-10-01

    Full Text Available El uso de las redes sociales por personalidades y celebridades es un creciente interés para la ciencia. En este artículo se discute el uso de Twitter que hace que el Papa Francisco, elegido como Sumo Pontífice de la Iglesia Católica en 2013. El uso de una metodología de medición cualitativa y cuantitativa ad hoc se contaron y se analizaron los tweets publicados entre marzo de 2013 y abril de 2016 (1132 días. Hay un cambio en el estilo de comunicación del Papa en Twitter, ya que utiliza más frases cortas y directas siguiendo un estilo más innovador de liderazgo social y político, tratando de identificarse con sus seguidores. Political leadership in the digital age: an analysis of the use of Twitter by Pope Francisco (@Pontifex Abstract  The use of social networks by personalities and celebrities is an area of growing interest in science. This article discusses the use of Twitter by Pope Francisco, chosen as supreme pontiff of the Catholic Church in 2013. Using an ad hoc qualitative and quantitative measurement method, the tweets published between March 2013 and April 2016 (1132 days were counted and analysed. There has been a change in the communication style of the Pope on Twitter. Shorter and more direct sentences are used, following a more innovative style of social and political leadership, in which the Pope tries to empathize with his followers. Keywords: social network, Twitter, communication, leadership, politics, religion

  7. Music

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    2010-01-01

    The musical ending [of Goethe's Novelle] recalls the fascination with "music as metaphor", "the power of music", among recent and contemporary poets from Pope and Dryden and Collins to E.T.A. Hoffmann and Kleist and, of course to Goethe himself. Music saves Faust's life on Easter morning at the end of a dreadful night, and we'll encounter a similar role of music in his Trilogie der Leidenschaft which we'll read in this context.

  8. John Paul II in the face of the reality of Auschwitz

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    Stanisław Wronka

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available In the context of the canonization of John Paul II, the author reflects on his experience of the concentration camp at Auschwitz. It is a difficult experience, therefore it can more reveal the Pope as a man and a pastor, his way of thinking and perceiving reality. Through canonization this way is indicated to us as a pattern. John Paul came often to Auschwitz, where he saw the place of denial of God and man, but also a place of victory of man over contempt, hatred and death through faith in God, which generates love for Him and for man. The symbol of such a victory is St. Maximilian Maria Kolbe, martyr of love that as Christ gave his life for the fellow prisoner Francis Gajowniczek. In this heroic deed – in the opinion of the Pope – Christ himself was present, so the camp at Auschwitz is not only hell on earth, but also the Golgotha of our times, the cemetery of the martyrs, the sanctuary of the patron of difficult century. Pope John Paul II arrived there to pray and make a reflection on the contemporary man’s condition, who in Christ the Redeemer can still conquer evil with good and to build the peace based on respect for the rights of person and nations.

  9. Jan Paweł II o relacjach między nauką i teologią

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    Zbigniew Wolak

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available The relation between science and religion is a very interesting subject for philosophers, some scientists and rather few theologians. Pope John Paul II did for the understanding of the subject more than any other pope and he still encourages theologians to take more seriously this survey. In this article four specific themes concerning pope’s teaching on science-religion problem are presented: 1 history of relation between science and religion, 2 religion and physics and cosmology, 3 religion and biology, 4 religion and realistic philosophy. Pope’s documents and announces show very mature and profound deliberations about the nature of science, religion (theology and relations between them. The Pope outstretches the unity of the Universe and of the scientific survey but he is also aware of differences between methodologies of sciences, philosophies and theology. We cannot find one common methodology for all researches but we can still believe in finding the integral sense of life, Universe, and God’s presence in our life and world. John Paul II not only gave us some explanations in the difficult subject concerning science-religion problems but also encourages both scientists and theologians to continue this program.

  10. Cine club

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    Wednesday 24 June 2015 at 20:00 CERN Council Chamber Habemus Papam Directed by Nanni Moretti Italy / France, 2011, 102 minutes   At the Vatican, following the demise of the Pope, the conclave electing his successor settles on Cardinal Melville. But the faithful gathered in St Peter's Square wait in vain for the new Pope to step out on the balcony. What is going on? Behind the thick walls of the Vatican panic has set in. After uttering a terrible howl of fear, the Cardinal refuses the office. The officials do everything to try to reason with Melville, including a psychoanalyst, appointed by the Vatican... Do we really have a Pope? Original version Italian; English subtitles   Wednesday 1st July 2015 at 20:00 CERN Council Chamber Léa An angel in my house Directed by Jacques-Hervé Fichet France, 2014, 100 minutes   A ruthless scientist, Cal Zimmerman, is being interrogated about an experiment that he performed two years ago. During the sa...

  11. Orna Me: Laurence Sterne’s Open Letter to Literary History

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    Celia B. Barnes

    2016-12-01

    Full Text Available This essay considers the curious way Laurence Sterne communicates with and reflects on his literary predecessors, most often Alexander Pope, by writing love letters to women. Focusing primarily on his correspondence with Elizabeth Draper, Barnes contends that, even as Sterne looks back to Pope to guarantee himself a place in literary history, he looks forward to women like Draper to ensure his name will survive.  Thus, erotic correspondence becomes an important way of ensuring Sterne’s literary estate, or as he terms it, his “futurity.” “Orna Me”—a phrase that means, roughly, “ornament me” or “set me off,” and that Sterne got from Pope and Swift, who got it from Cicero—allows Sterne to plug in to a literary tradition that privileges collaboration: append something of yours to something of mine. It is this idea of letter-writing as correspondence, a collaborative process between friends or lovers, that unites Sterne to his female correspondent and to literary tradition all at once.

  12. The Urgency for Peace in Teachings of John Paul II

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    Jerzy Lewandowski

    2014-04-01

    Full Text Available Peace has always been a topic of great importance. Its presence is desired by all nations and societies. It brings the world together in unity. John Paul II considered peace to be an integral part in creation of an independent and healthy society. Papal encyclicals and messages, intended to present the response of the teaching Church to problems that arise from time to time, often dwell on the principles that advocate peace. Since freedom and peace are in many cases a privilege for many nations, the mentioned pope commits himself to speak about the cruelty and evilness of wars and national conflicts. Pope John Paul II denounces intolerance as denial of freedom for many people, and consequently a great threat to peace. The pope teaches that peace has its roots in the family. Yet, in many societies, the family is deprived of the utmost importance that it certainly deserves. Without the adequate means for a decent livelihood, families can experience hardship in committing themselves to promote solidarity and a proper social fabric worthy of human dignity. For John Paul II, a nation’s freedom and peace are safeguarded and promoted through particular attention and a much-devoted effort by strong and healthy families.

  13. Mankind under threat -- Vatican.

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    Sakala, C

    1994-01-01

    The United Nations has noted that 250,000 people are added to the global population daily. Urgent steps must be taken to curb such growth and stabilize the size of the global population. Existing population consumes available resources at an unsustainable rate, littering the environment with its waste. Even the global climate is changing as a result of these unsustainable patterns of production and consumption. The 1994 International Conference on Population and Development scheduled to be held in Cairo, September 5-13, will bring together delegates from countries around the world to discuss these issues and develop a plan to curb population growth and save the environment. Unlike the rest of the world, the Pope and the Vatican fail to see reason. Despite the pragmatic call to increase the practice of modern family planning, especially in developing countries, the Church has actually intensified its campaign against the conference and its objectives. The Pope argues that the conference will accelerate moral decline and charged that respect for the rights of the unborn and the importance of the family are contradicted by its proposals. He is especially up in arms over the UN proposition that women should be able to control their fertility through contraception and safe abortion. Approving only of natural family planning, the Pope believes that achieving world population goals by using contraception threatens mankind. Population experts, however, are urging the Vatican to face reality and help especially those women who feel their living conditions do not allow the practice of natural family planning.

  14. Jan Paweł II i sprawa Galileusza - 'rehabilitacja' Galileusza?

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    Tadeusz Sierotowicz

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available John Paul's II reflection on the Galileo's case is deeply rooted in the teaching of the Vatican Council II (GS, n. 36. It's most profound expression one can find in the Pope's discourse celebrating the anniversary of Einstein's birthday given in November 1979. John Paul II emphasizes not only Galileo's sufferings caused by the Church institutions, but also invites to examine Galileo's case to create the appropriate conditions for the fruitful dialogue between science and theology. As a response the special commission was established in the year 1981. This commission was active until the year 1990, and her different sub-commissions (juridical, scientific, exegetic, and so on published many valuable studies on Galileo's case. The conclusion of commission activity was formally celebrated by the end of 1992, during the session of Pontifical Academy of Science. Cardinal Poupard and the Pope, John Paul II delivered two, very important speeches; both of them offered a slightly different syntheses of the conclusions reached by the commission, and the second one has been interpreted by the papers as a sort of rehabilitation of Galileo. The Pope interpreted the Galileo's case as a mutual, tragic incomprehension, and stressed that, it could serve us as a lesson in the similar circumstances. And this, strictly pastoral and fostering the dialogue between science and faith approach seems to characterize John Paul's II interpretation of the Galileo's case.

  15. Religious Tourism and TV Serials: the Case of Two Italian Papal Birthplaces

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    Lorenzo Bagnoli

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available In this paper the authors examine two of Italy’s lesser religious tourism destinations: Sotto il Monte and Concesio, small towns in northern Italy which have the distinction of being the birthplaces of Pope John XXIII and Pope Paul VI. In 2002 and 2008 respectively, two of the country’s national television networks broadcast during prime time short television serials dedicated to the two popes. Despite being very successful with the viewing public, the serials proved to have little impact in terms of tourism, as demonstrated by comprehensive tourist surveys and in-depth conversations with the parties concerned. The aim of the present research is to ascertain, using a visual geographical research approach, whether the reasons for this can be identified, taking account of the pull factors of place, personality and performance referred to by Macionis in 2004. In the first part of the study the authors put forward a definition of film-induced religious tourism based on the commonly agreed definitions of film-induced tourism and religious tourism, and outline the unique characteristics ofItaly’s religious-themed television productions. In the second part the two case studies are analysed, with an outline of the geographical features of the locations and biographical aspects of the two men, and an assessment of the degree of success in terms of tourism achieved by their home towns, with particular reference to the years following the screening of the TV serials.

  16. Modeling of Particle Acceleration at Multiple Shocks Via Diffusive Shock Acceleration: Preliminary Results

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    Parker, L. N.; Zank, G. P.

    2013-12-01

    Successful forecasting of energetic particle events in space weather models require algorithms for correctly predicting the spectrum of ions accelerated from a background population of charged particles. We present preliminary results from a model that diffusively accelerates particles at multiple shocks. Our basic approach is related to box models (Protheroe and Stanev, 1998; Moraal and Axford, 1983; Ball and Kirk, 1992; Drury et al., 1999) in which a distribution of particles is diffusively accelerated inside the box while simultaneously experiencing decompression through adiabatic expansion and losses from the convection and diffusion of particles outside the box (Melrose and Pope, 1993; Zank et al., 2000). We adiabatically decompress the accelerated particle distribution between each shock by either the method explored in Melrose and Pope (1993) and Pope and Melrose (1994) or by the approach set forth in Zank et al. (2000) where we solve the transport equation by a method analogous to operator splitting. The second method incorporates the additional loss terms of convection and diffusion and allows for the use of a variable time between shocks. We use a maximum injection energy (Emax) appropriate for quasi-parallel and quasi-perpendicular shocks (Zank et al., 2000, 2006; Dosch and Shalchi, 2010) and provide a preliminary application of the diffusive acceleration of particles by multiple shocks with frequencies appropriate for solar maximum (i.e., a non-Markovian process).

  17. A Social Responsibility Guide for Engineering Students and Professionals of all Faith Traditions: An Overview.

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    Punzi, Vito L

    2017-07-18

    The development of the various themes of Catholic Social Teaching (CST) is based on numerous papal documents and ecclesiastical statements. While this paper provides a summary of a number of these documents, this paper focuses on two themes: the common good and care of the environment, and on three documents authored by Pope John Paul II in 1990, by Pope Benedict XVI in 2010, and by Pope Francis in 2015. By analyzing these documents from an engineer's perspective, the author proposes a model for Socially Responsible Engineering. The proposed model is intended to serve as a guide for engineering students and practicing engineers of all faith traditions and to those with no faith tradition at all who wish to incorporate CST in the daily conduct of their personal and professional lives; to provide guidance for the professional the author terms the aspiring Socially Responsible Engineer; and to offer engineers a preferred alternative to the undesirable aspects of the technocratic paradigm. While intended primarily for engineers, this document also serves as a guide for those with expertise in social justice and who, by gaining a better understanding of the thought processes of engineers, can become better mentors for engineering students and practicing engineers seeking to incorporate CST into their daily lives.

  18. Thermal response of domains in cardiolipin content bilayers

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    Domenech, Oscar [Departament de Quimica-Fisica, Facultat de Quimica, U.B. 08028 (Spain); Morros, Antoni [Unitat de Biofisica, Departament de Bioquimica i Biologia Molecular, Facultat de Medicina (Spain); Servei de Ressonancia Magnetica Nuclear (SeRMN), U.A.B., 08193 Bellaterra, Barcelona (Spain); Cabanas, Miquel E. [Servei de Ressonancia Magnetica Nuclear (SeRMN), U.A.B., 08193 Bellaterra, Barcelona (Spain); Montero, M. Teresa [Departament de Fisicoquimica, Facultat de Farmacia, U.B. 08028 (Spain); Hernandez-Borrell, Jordi [Departament de Fisicoquimica, Facultat de Farmacia, U.B. 08028 (Spain)], E-mail: jordihernandezborrell@ub.edu

    2007-10-15

    In the study described here, supported planar bilayers (SPBs) of 1-palmitoy-2-oleoyl-sn-glycero-3-phosphoethanolamine (POPE):cardiolipin (CL) (0.8:0.2, mol/mol) were examined using atomic force microscopy (AFM). SPBs were formed from suspensions of POPE:CL (0.8:0.2, mol/mol) in inverted hexagonal (H{sub II}) phases (buffer containing Ca{sup 2+}). Three laterally segregated domains which differ in height were observed at 24 degC. Based on the area accounted for each domain and the nominal composition of the mixture, we interpret that the higher domain is formed by CL, while the intermediate and lower domains (LDs) are formed by POPE. The three domains respond to temperature increase with relative changes in their area. At 37 degC, we observed that the increase in the area of the intermediate domain occurs at the expense of the LD. {sup 31}P-nuclear magnetic resonance ({sup 31}P-NMR) and Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) were used in combination with AFM to characterize the phase behavior of the suspensions and to elucidate the nature of the structures observed.

  19. Evolução darwiniana & ciências sociais

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    José Eli da Veiga

    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available Este artigo sintetiza os principais resultados do ciclo temático com o mesmo título que foi coordenado pelo autor em 2007 como uma das atividades públicas do Instituto de Estudos Avançados da Universidade de São Paulo. Também é uma introdução às outras três contribuições que fazem parte deste dossiê: os artigos dos professores Ricardo Waizbort, da Fiocruz, e do professor Mario Possas, da UFRJ, e a entrevista especial concedida pelo professor Geoffrey Hodgson (University of Hertfordshire, UK.This article is a synthesis of the main results obtained in a thematic cycle with the same title which was coordinated by the author during 2007 as one of the public activities of the University of Sao Paulo's Institute of Advanced Studies. It is also an introduction to the three o other contributions to this dossier: the articles from professors Ricardo Waizbort (Fiocruz and Mario Possas (UFRJ, and the especial interview with professor Geoffrey Hodgson (University of Hertfordshire, UK.

  20. Think tank in the desert sand; Ideenschmiede im Wuestensand

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    Ullrich, Sven

    2013-11-01

    The international architectural competition shows imaginative concepts for living in energy self-sufficient houses. A total of 109 student teams had applied. Only 19 were allowed to build their solar house in Irvine, California. In addition to architectural elements and an attractive design, the jury members also evaluate the technical concepts of the buildings. The winners came from Austria with their building ''Lisi''. [German] Der internationale Architekturwettbewerb zeigt ideenreiche Konzepte zum Wohnen in energieautarken Haeusern. Insgesamt 109 Studenten-Teams hatten sich beworben. Nur 19 durften ihr Solarhaus im kalifornischen Irvine aufbauen. Neben architektonischen Elementen und einem attraktiven Design bewerten die Jurymitglieder auch die Technikkonzepte der Gebaeude. Die Gewinner kamen aus Oesterreich mit ihrem Gebaeude ''Lisi''.

  1. Higher regulators, algebraic

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    Bloch, Spencer J

    2000-01-01

    This book is the long-awaited publication of the famous Irvine lectures. Delivered in 1978 at the University of California at Irvine, these lectures turned out to be an entry point to several intimately-connected new branches of arithmetic algebraic geometry, such as regulators and special values of L-functions of algebraic varieties, explicit formulas for them in terms of polylogarithms, the theory of algebraic cycles, and eventually the general theory of mixed motives which unifies and underlies all of the above (and much more). In the 20 years since, the importance of Bloch's lectures has not diminished. A lucky group of people working in the above areas had the good fortune to possess a copy of old typewritten notes of these lectures. Now everyone can have their own copy of this classic work.

  2. Increasing synthetic serum substitute (SSS) concentrations in P1 glucose/phosphate-free medium improves implantation rate: a comparative study.

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    Ben-Yosef, D; Yovel, I; Schwartz, T; Azem, F; Lessing, J B; Amit, A

    2001-11-01

    To assess the comparative efficacy of IVF medium (MediCult, with 5.2 mM glucose) and a glucose/phosphate-free medium, P1 (Irvine Scientific), and to investigate the influence of increasing the serum supplementation (synthetic serum substitute; SSS; Irvine Scientific) to P1 on embryo development and implantation. Patients were randomly assigned to IVF medium (Group 1, cycles n = 172) or P1 supplemented with 10% SSS (Group 2, cycles n = 229) according to the medium scheduled for use on the day of oocyte retrieval. Another 555 IVF consequent cycles (Group 3) were performed using increased SSS concentrations (20%) in P1 medium. In this large series of IVF cycles, we herein demonstrate that significantly higher pregnancy and implantation rates were found when embryos were cultured in glucose/phosphate-free medium P1 supplemented with 20% SSS compared to supplementation with the lower SSS concentration and with IVF medium.

  3. The portrait miniature of Cardinal Zbigniew Oleśnicki on a letter of indulgence issued in 1449 for the Church of All Saints in Cracow

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    Marek Walczak

    2017-12-01

    Full Text Available A particularly interesting example of illuminated document is the indulgence granted to all who would visit the parish church of All Saints in Cracow on the major feasts of the liturgical year, issued by the Cracow Bishop, Cardinal Zbigniew Oleśnicki (1423–1450 in 1449. A piece of parchment is decorated with the miniature composed of two juxtaposed fields, of which the upper one shows Christ with St Peter on His right, surrounded by the community of saints; the bottom field depicts the Pope seated between St Jerome and Cardinal Oleśnicki. This hierarch had been raised to the purple no fewer than three times. For the first time, Pope Eugene IV granted him this dignity with the accompanying title of St Prisca, but Oleśnicki did not accept it. Then Antipope Felix V, elected by the Council of Basle, elevated Oleśnicki to the cardinalate (with the title of St Anastasia, but the Cracow prelate likely did not accept the cardinal’s hat again and did not use the title, abiding by the orders of King Ladislaus the Jagiellon who was reluctant towards the Council. It was only in 1447 that Oleśnicki had relinquished the camp of the Council’s supporters, regarded by Rome as schismatics, and endorsed the rightful pope, Nicholas V. Oleśnicki received the cardinal’s hat sent from Rome in Cracow Cathedral, on 1 October 1449. The portrait composition on the Cracow miniature is complex and combining a few iconographic solutions popular in the late Middle Ages. Of particular significance seem to be the representation of the pope enthroned, the Traditio legis and Traditio clavium, as well as the juxtaposition of ecclesiastical hierarchy with the heavenly one. The Cracow miniature fitted perfectly in the then current problems of Church discussed anew in the mid-fifteenth century. Commissioned shortly after Oleśnicki had pledged obedience to Nicholas V and had received his cardinal’s hat, it is a public declaration by the former conciliarist of his new

  4. The Holy See.

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    1987-03-01

    Focus in this discussion of the Holy See is on geography, the people, history, government and institutions, foreign relations, and relations with the US and the Holy See. Vatican City occupies 0.439 square kilometers (109 acres). Some 1000 individuals live within the Vatican's walls, most of whom are Italian or Swiss by nationality. Vatican citizenship usually is accorded only to those who reside in Vatican City by reason of office or employment and, with certain restrictions, to their families. The Pope delegates the internal administration of Vatican City to the Pontifical Commission for the State of the Vatican City, headed by the Cardinal Secretary of State. The legal system is based on canon law or the laws of the city of Rome. On February 11, 1929, the Holy See and the Italian government signed 3 agreements regulating a dispute since 1871 about the Law of Guarantees, law which sought to assure the Pope's spiritual freedom, an income, and special status for the Vatican area. The agreements include: a treaty recognizing the independence and sovereignty of the Holy See and creating the State of the Vatican City; a concordat fixing the relations between the government and the church within Italy; and a financial convention providing the Holy See with compensation for its losses in 1870. The Pope, at this time John Paul II, exercises supreme legislative, executive, and judicial power over the Holy See and within the State of the Vatican City. The Pope rules the Holy See through the Roman Curia and Papal Civil Service, which staffs it. The Holy See, which carries on an active diplomacy of considerable scope and variety, is particularly active diplomatically in international organizations. The US maintained consular relations with the Papal States from 1797-1870 and diplomatic relations with the Pope in his capacity as head of the Papal States. These relations lapsed with the final loss of all papal territories in 1870. In 1984, the US and the Holy See announced the

  5. 76 FR 32227 - Core Industries, Inc., DBA Star Trac and/or Unisen, Inc., DBA STAR TRAC and/or Trac Strength...

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    2011-06-03

    ... DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Employment and Training Administration [TA-W-75,192; TA-W-75,192A] Core Industries, Inc., DBA Star Trac and/or Unisen, Inc., DBA STAR TRAC and/or Trac Strength, Including On-Site Leased Workers From Aerotek, Helpmates, Mattson, and Empire Staffing, Irvine, CA; Core Industries, Inc., DBA Star Trac and/ar Unisen, Inc., DBA Star...

  6. Hidden Threats: Reframing the Debate on Domestic Intelligence in an Age of Counterterrorism

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    2013-03-01

    cemented the resource shift; as of March 2011, 87 percent of MI5’s resources were dedicated to counterterrorism.122 4. MI5’s Counterterrorism...institutionalized. They require a cultural foundation built over time. ASIO’s original incentives were cemented in counterespionage and counter-subversion...relations, and foreign language fluency .294 Additionally, at least two of ASIO’s 12 DG’s have had a significant intelligence background: DG Irvine is

  7. Fast wave current drive above the slow wave density limit

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    McWilliams, R.; Sheehan, D.P.; Wolf, N.S.; Edrich, D.

    1989-01-01

    Fast wave and slow wave current drive near the mean gyrofrequency were compared in the Irvine Torus using distinct phased array antennae of similar principal wavelengths, frequencies, and input powers. The slow wave current drive density limit was measured for 50ω ci ≤ω≤500ω ci and found to agree with trends in tokamaks. Fast wave current drive was observed at densities up to the operating limit of the torus, demonstrably above the slow wave density limit

  8. BOOK REVIEW: Advances in Electronic Marketing,

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    2005-01-01

    164Advances in Electronic Marketing, Edited by Irvine Clarke IIIand Theresa Flaherty, 2005, Hershey, PA: dea GroupReviewed by Dr. Ayhan YILMAZAnadolu University, Eskişehir-TURKEYThere are many challenges facing organizations today as theyincorporate electronic marketing methods into their strategy. Advancesin Electronic Marketing examines these challenges within three majorthemes: the global environment, the strategic/technological realm, andthe buyer behavior of online consumers.Each chapter...

  9. Health claims database study of cyclosporine ophthalmic emulsion treatment patterns in dry eye patients

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    Stonecipher, Karl G; Chia, Jenny; Onyenwenyi, Ahunna; Villanueva, Linda; Hollander, David A

    2013-01-01

    Karl G Stonecipher,1 Jenny Chia,2 Ahunna Onyenwenyi,2 Linda Villanueva,2 David A Hollander2 1TLC Laser Eye Centers, Greensboro, NC, 2Allergan, Inc., Irvine, CA, USA Background: Dry eye is a multifactorial, symptomatic disease associated with ocular surface inflammation and tear film hyperosmolarity. This study was designed to assess patterns of topical cyclosporine ophthalmic emulsion 0.05% (Restasis®) use in dry eye patients and determine if there were any differences in use based o...

  10. Combining Experiments and Simulations of Extraction Kinetics and Thermodynamics in Advanced Separation Processes for Used Nuclear Fuel

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    Nilsson, Mikael

    2018-05-15

    This 3-year project was a collaboration between University of California Irvine (UC Irvine), Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), Idaho National Laboratory (INL), Argonne National Laboratory (ANL) and with an international collaborator at ForschungZentrum Jülich (FZJ). The project was led from UC Irvine under the direction of Profs. Mikael Nilsson and Hung Nguyen. The leads at PNNL, INL, ANL and FZJ were Dr. Liem Dang, Dr. Peter Zalupski, Dr. Nathaniel Hoyt and Dr. Giuseppe Modolo, respectively. Involved in this project at UC Irvine were three full time PhD graduate students, Tro Babikian, Ted Yoo, and Quynh Vo, and one MS student, Alba Font Bosch. The overall objective of this project was to study how the kinetics and thermodynamics of metal ion extraction can be described by molecular dynamic (MD) simulations and how the simulations can be validated by experimental data. Furthermore, the project includes the applied separation by testing the extraction systems in a single stage annular centrifugal contactor and coupling the experimental data with computational fluid dynamic (CFD) simulations. Specific objectives of the proposed research were: 1. Study and establish a rigorous connection between MD simulations based on polarizable force fields and extraction thermodynamic and kinetic data. 2. Compare and validate CFD simulations of extraction processes for An/Ln separation using different sizes (and types) of annular centrifugal contactors. 3. Provide a theoretical/simulation and experimental base for scale-up of batch-wise extraction to continuous contactors. We approached objective 1 and 2 in parallel. For objective 1 we started by studying a well established extraction system with a relatively simple extraction mechanism, namely tributyl phosphate. What we found was that well optimized simulations can inform experiments and new information on TBP behavior was presented in this project, as well be discussed below. The second objective proved a larger

  11. Mathematics Teacher Identity in the Context of Mathematics Reform: Elementary Teacher Experiences

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    ABSTRACT OF THE DISSERTATIONMathematics Teacher Identity in the Context of Mathematics Reform:Elementary Teacher Experiences ByJennifer SunDoctor of Philosophy in EducationUniversity of California, Irvine, 2017Associate Professor Elizabeth A. van Es, ChairReform efforts and changes in mathematics education have brought on a shift towards a new vision of mathematics teaching in the United States. In light of recent accountability standards, the focus on teacher learning within the context of m...

  12. When are Overcomplete Representations Identifiable? Uniqueness of Tensor Decompositions Under Expansion Constraints

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    2013-06-16

    Science Dept., University of California, Irvine, USA 92697. Email : a.anandkumar@uci.edu,mjanzami@uci.edu. Daniel Hsu and Sham Kakade are with...Microsoft Research New England, 1 Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA 02142. Email : dahsu@microsoft.com, skakade@microsoft.com 1 a latent space dimensionality...Sparse coding for multitask and transfer learning. ArxXiv preprint, abs/1209.0738, 2012. [34] G.H. Golub and C.F. Van Loan. Matrix Computations. The

  13. When are Overcomplete Topic Models Identifiable? Uniqueness of Tensor Tucker Decompositions with Structured Sparsity

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    Communications and Computing, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Dept., University of California, Irvine, USA 92697. Email : a.anandkumar...uci.edu,mjanzami@uci.edu. Daniel Hsu and Sham Kakade are with Microsoft Research New England, 1 Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA 02142. Email : dahsu...Andreas Maurer, Massimiliano Pontil, and Bernardino Romera-Paredes. Sparse coding for multitask and transfer learning. ArxXiv preprint, abs/1209.0738, 2012

  14. A retrospective randomized study to compare the energy delivered using CDE with different techniques and OZil? settings by different surgeons in phacoemulsification

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    Chen, Ming; Sweeney, Henry W; Luke, Becky; Chen, Mindy; Brown, Mathew

    2009-01-01

    Ming Chen1, Henry W Sweeney2, Becky Luke3, Mindy Chen4, Mathew Brown51University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA; 2Research Support Services, the Queens Medical Center, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA; 3Surgical Suite, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA; 4University of California, Irvine, CA, USA; 5University of California, San Diego, CA, USAAbstract: Cumulative dissipated energy (CDE) was used with Infiniti® Vision System (Alcon Labs) as an energy delivery guide to compare four different phaco techniques ...

  15. A retrospective randomized study to compare the energy delivered using CDE with different techniques and OZil settings by different surgeons in phacoemulsification

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    Chen, Ming

    2009-01-01

    Ming Chen1, Henry W Sweeney2, Becky Luke3, Mindy Chen4, Mathew Brown51University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA; 2Research Support Services, the Queens Medical Center, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA; 3Surgical Suite, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA; 4University of California, Irvine, CA, USA; 5University of California, San Diego, CA, USAAbstract: Cumulative dissipated energy (CDE) was used with Infiniti® Vision System (Alcon Labs) as an energy delivery guide to compare four different phaco techniques ...

  16. Consultant tells how to reduce nuclear risk

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    Smock, R.

    1983-01-01

    John Garrick of Pickard, Lowe, and Garrick, an Irvine, CA, consulting firm, thinks nuclear plant risks can be measured and managed through creative use of probabilistic risk assessments (PRA). PRAs can be used to quantify the likelihood of an accident from all causes except sabotage or war, says Garrick. Although that use has been criticized, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission is moving toward formal use of PRAs in its internal analyses. 7 figures, 1 table

  17. Principales espèces médicinales utilisées en médecine vétérinaire ...

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    Principales espèces médicinales utilisées en médecine vétérinaire au Bénin: disponibilité et caractéristiques dendrométriques. Irvine Yèïnou Minaflinou Sacca Sidi, Pascal Abiodoun Olounladé, Alain Yaoitcha, Vidjinnangni Fifamè Grâce Nadège Dedehou, Géorcelin Goué Alowanou, Erick Virgile Bertrand Azando, Mawulé ...

  18. The Effect of Smear Layer Removal on Endodontic Outcomes

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    determined with a 0.02 taper #10 stainless steel FlexoFile (Dentsply Maillefer, Tulsa, OK) on all canals using a Root ZX (J Morita, Irvine,CA) apex...of adhesion based root canal filling materials in which smear plugs are removed to allow for the formation of a resin based hybrid layer have not...in eliminating intracanal enterococcus faecalis Biofilm . J Endod 2010; 36:894-98. 23. Chugal NM, Clive JM, Spangberg LSW. A prognostic model for

  19. Department of Clinical Investigation, Annual Research Progress Report Fiscal Year 1988

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    1988-09-30

    differences in the prevalence of amenorrhea , late menarche, parity, gynecologic age, smoking history, above or below normal weight, and exercise ...81(9): 1193-95, 1988 Kollef MH, Irvine T, Nonbacterial Thrombotic Endo- Cragun WH carditis Associated With Gold- Induced Pulmonary Disease. Ann Int Med...Coronary Artery Revascular- ization with the Internal Mammary Artery. Chest 94(1): 68-71, 1988 Kollef MH, Witte MC Pacing Wire- Induced Recurrent

  20. Rüütel, prints ja Oxfordi priimused / Silja Lättemäe

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    2002-01-01

    President Arnold Rüütli visiidist Suurbritanniasse, loengust Oxfordi ülikooli St John'i kolledžis. Kohtumistest lord Janneriga, lordkantsler Lairgi lord Irvine'iga, Oxfordi tudengite Paavo Piigi ja Harri Altroffiga, professor Lembit Neiga, Wales'i prints Charles'iga. Arvamust avaldab EV suursaadik Ühendkuningriigis Kaja Tael. Töövisiit Suurbritanniasse 11.-13.11.2002

  1. Blind Data Attack on BGP Routers

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    2017-03-01

    Second Reader Dr. Cynthia Irvine Chair, Cyber Academic Group iii THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK iv ABSTRACT Transport Communication Protocol (TCP...Postgraduate School. The experience of higher learning at this institution was incredible, and I would whole-heartedly recommend it to any of my peers and...data attack packets to the victim device. Scapy is a Python library that is used to craft and send packets [28]. BGP is supported in Python through

  2. Activation analysis course experiments with a 14-MeV neutron generator

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    Miller, D.A.; Miller, G.E.

    1976-01-01

    The use of a 14 MeV neutron generator system in the radiochemistry teaching program of the Chemistry Department of the University of California at Irvine is described. Several different types of experiment are outlined to indicate the broad applicability of such a system to an instructional program in Chemistry. The program has encompassed instruction of undergraduates, graduate students and a Summer Institute Workshop for College Professors

  3. Electrosprayed Heavy Ion and Nanodrop Beams for Surface Engineering and Electrical Propulsion

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    2014-09-10

    Studies At the macroscale, the surface of a Taylor cone just before ion emission is an equipotential with a normal electric field strength found from...AFRL-OSR-VA-TR-2014-0246 Electrosprayed Heavy Ion and Nanodrop Beams for Surface Engineering M Gamero-Castano UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA IRVINE Final...298 (Re . 8-98) v Prescribed by ANSI Std. Z39.18 1 Electrosprayed Heavy Ion and Nanodrop Beams for Surface Engineering and Electrical Propulsion

  4. Producing Dark Matter

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    Marquit, Miranda

    2006-01-01

    "Colliders have been the tool of choice for particle physicists to look at smaller and smaller particles. All a suddent we are realizing that we can use them not only to understand things at smaller scales, but for understandng them as a whole." Jonathan Feng, an associate professor of physics at UC-Irvine, sees the potential the new CERN Large Hadron Collider (LHC) holds for understanding the make up of our universe." (1 page)

  5. An interview with: Stephen Paliska on valet parking.

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    Paliska, S

    1993-04-01

    Stephen Paliska is general manager and co-founder, with his brother, Paul, of Professional Parking Services, Inc., based in Irvine, CA. The company has been in operation for eight years. PPS's 600 valets provide parking services for more than 80 clients, including hotels, shopping centers, restaurants, and hospitals. In this interview, Paliska discusses the benefits and some potential risks of valet parking and spells out how a training program for valet attendants should be carried out.

  6. Organic Matter in Space (IAU S251)

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    Kwok, Sun; Sanford, Scott

    2009-01-01

    Preface; From the local organising committee; Organising committee; Conference participants; Opening address of Symposium 251 C. Cesarsky; Session I. Observations of organic compounds beyond the Solar System William Irvine, Ewine van Dishoeck, Yvonne Pendleton and Hans Olofsson; Session II. Organic compounds within the Solar System Scott Sandford, Ernst Zinner and Dale Cruikshank; Session III. Laboratory analogues of organic compounds in space Max Bernstein and Thomas Henning; Banquet speech; Author index; Object index.

  7. Parenting and Children's Socioemotional and Academic Development among White, Latino, Asian, and Black families

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    Kang, Hannah Soo

    2014-01-01

    ABSTRACT OF THE DISSERTATIONParenting and Children's Socioemotional and Academic Development among White, Latino, Asian, and Black familiesByHannah S. KangDoctor of Philosophy in Psychology and Social BehaviorUniversity of California, Irvine 2014Professor Chuansheng Chen, ChairA large body of research has demonstrated the crucial role of parenting in children's socioemotional and academic development (Maccoby & Martin, 1983). This literature, however, has major limitations in the following th...

  8. Representation and Metrics Extraction from Feature Basis: An Object Oriented Approach

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    Fausto Neri da Silva Vanin

    2010-10-01

    Full Text Available This tutorial presents an object oriented approach to data reading and metrics extraction from feature basis. Structural issues about basis are discussed first, then the Object Oriented Programming (OOP is aplied to modeling the main elements in this context. The model implementation is then discussed using C++ as programing language. To validate the proposed model, we apply on some feature basis from the University of Carolina, Irvine Machine Learning Database.

  9. A Nodal Domain Integration Model of Two-Dimensional Heat and Soil-Water Flow Coupled by Soil-Water Phase Change.

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    1987-06-01

    34€ -’. ’. . - . . . . .. . . . .-. . . . .. . . . . -. .-- - -.. . - . . ". . ’ 29. Stefan, J., " Uber die Theorie der Eisbildung, Insbesandere Uber die Eisbil- dung im Polarmeere," Sitzungsberichte de Mathematisch...DIMENSIONL 2/2 Mt EAT AID SOIL-MATER F.. (U) MILLIANSON AND SCHMID IRVINE WN fjFI E CA T NROMADKAR JUN. 87 CRREL-SR-87-9 /91 M LsonI MENOMINEE

  10. GRoW Buffalo Final Report

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    2016-04-17

    This document provides final reporting on the GRoW Home, University at Buffalo's entry to the 2015 Solar Decathlon competition in Irvine, CA. The report summarizes fundraising efforts, documents media outreach, lists online presence, analyzes the organizer's communication, describes post-competition life of the house and future employment plans for student team members. Last, it suggests improvements for future decathlons.

  11. Rayleigh LIDAR and satellite (HALOE, SABER, CHAMP and COSMIC) measurements of stratosphere-mesosphere temperature over a southern sub-tropical site, Reunion (20.8° S; 55.5° E): climatology and comparison study

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    Sivakumar, V

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available 8105, INSU/CNRS, Universite? de La Reunion, Reunion Island, France 2National Laser Centre (NLC), Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), P.O. Box 395, Pretoria 0001, South Africa 3Department of Geography, Geoinformatics... 6Department of Earth System Science, University of California, Irvine, CA 92697, USA 7Laboratoire Atmosphe`res Milieux Observations Spatiales (LATMOS), IPSL (UMR 8190), 11, Boulevard d?Alember, 78280, Guyancourt, France Received: 7 January 2011...

  12. [Towards an evolution of sexual ethics].

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    Dominga Trapasso, R

    1991-01-01

    The position of the Catholic Church on contraception is well known. It has been reiterated in travels of Pope John II to such countries as Kenya, where the average woman has 8.1 children, and India, a country with 700 million inhabitants. The Church's stagnant position on family planning is very different from its more progressive pronouncements on socioeconomic topics in general. The Pope has spoken out against apartheid, hunger, poverty, colonialism, militarism, and excessive external debt. The position of the Church regarding women and the use of modern contraception in contrast has been closed and intransigent. The sexual ethics of the Catholic Church has continued under the influence of the thought of Saint Augustine, who was born in 354, for over 1500 years. The official church position on sexual ethics and procreation is based on Saint Augustine's dictum that sexual relations, even with the legitimate wife, are illicit when an attempt is made to impede conception. In Saint Augustine's thought, sexuality and procreation were inseparable; sexual desire was seen as an animal tendency but justifiable when and only when the sex act had procreation as its finality. Augustine's idea on sexuality were adapted and incorporated into the Magisterium---the body of teachings and declarations of popes and bishops intended to regulate the behavior of Church members. The Magisterium represents the official Church position but is not regarded as infallible; its pronouncements can be modified and corrected. The Magisterium holds that matrimony is indissoluble and that the sex act should occur only within matrimony. Procreation is the finality of the sex act, and attempts to prevent procreation by direct intervention to prevent conception are illicit. It must be recognized that the obligatory linking of sex and procreation has been a source of social and sexual control over women. Although the thought of Augustine has dominated, there have been signs of change in the past 50

  13. Accuracy Evaluation of The Depth of Six Kinds of Sperm Counting Chambers for both Manual and Computer-Aided Semen Analyses

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    Jin-Chun Lu

    2016-12-01

    Full Text Available Background: Although the depth of the counting chamber is an important factor influencing sperm counting, no research has yet been reported on the measurement and comparison of the depth of the chamber. We measured the exact depths of six kinds of sperm counting chambers and evaluated their accuracy. Materials and Methods: In this prospective study, the depths of six kinds of sperm counting chambers for both manual and computer-aided semen analyses, including Makler (n=24, Macro (n=32, Geoffrey (n=34, GoldCyto (n=20, Leja (n=20 and Cell-VU (n=20, were measured with the Filmetrics F20 Spectral Reflectance Thin-Film Measurement System, then the mean depth, the range and the coefficient of variation (CV of each chamber, and the mean depth, relative deviation and acceptability of each kind of chamber were calculated by the closeness to the nominal value. Among the 24 Makler chambers, 5 were new and 19 were used, and the other five kinds were all new chambers. Results: The depths (mean ± SD, μm of Makler (new, Macro and Geoffrey chambers were 11.07 ± 0.41, 10.19 ± 0.48 and 10.00 ± 0.28, respectively, while those of GoldCyto, Leja and Cell-VU chambers were 23.76 ± 2.15, 20.49 ± 0.22 and 24.22 ± 2.58, respectively. The acceptability of Geoffrey chambers was the highest (94.12%, followed by Macro (65.63%, Leja (35% and Makler (20%, while that of the other two kinds and the used Makler chamber was zero. Conclusion: There existed some difference between the actual depth and the corresponding nominal value for sperm counting chambers, and the overall acceptability was very low. Moreover, the abrasion caused by the long use, as of Makler chamber, for example, may result in unacceptability of the chamber. In order to ensure the accuracy and repeatability of sperm concentration results, the depth of the sperm counting chamber must be checked regularly.

  14. Capitalism ex cathedra. Sources of hope in tough economic times.

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    Baum, G

    1992-04-01

    Pope John Paul II's encyclical Centesimus Annus--written in honor of the centennial anniversary of Rerum Novarum, the first papal social encyclical--examines the present world socioeconomic situation in light of traditional Catholic social teaching. The pope warns the West not to be too quick to celebrate the demise of communism as a victory for capitalism. Capitalism has some good points, the pope acknowledges, but by themselves, market mechanisms do not ensure the just distribution of food and other goods that fulfill essential human needs. When capitalism relies on market forces alone, it creates a culture of consumerism that promotes selfishness and greed. Capitalism has been in flux for decades. After World War II, developed Western societies began moving toward "Keynesian capitalism," which subjects the mechanisms of the free market to public control. After Keynesian capitalism's apparent failure in the United States in the 1970s came the "monetarist" theory and a return to an earlier, liberal form of capitalism in which society relies on market mechanisms alone to revitalize the economy and regulate the production and distribution of goods. The monetarist policies of the 1980s turned out to be part of a global plan to reorganize the economy around the giant multinational corporations. This forced individual countries to compete for capital investment and led to unemployment and neglect of low-income people. Structural adjustment policies have been adopted by governments all over the world, in poor countries as well as developed. All are moving toward the form of capitalism that is repudiated by Catholic social teaching in general and Centesimus Annus in particular.

  15. Church unions and their consequences in Poland

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    Antoni Mironowicz

    2014-11-01

    Full Text Available Orthodox Christians in Poland have faced numerous attempts to be forced into union with the Roman Catholic Church, ranging from the thirteenth to the twentieth century. The first attempt at a union between the Roman Catholic Church and the Orthodox Church took place as early as the mid-thirteenth century. Another attempt at forcing the Orthodox Church into union with Rome took place during the reign of Ladislaŭ II Yagiello. The problem of church union returned in the reign of Alexander the Yagiellonian. When Ivan III rejected all projects for bringing the Florence such a union into practice, discussion on church union disappeared until the end of the sixteenth century. The mission of the papal legate, Father Antonio Possevino, to Ivan IV, had been intended to draw Moscow into the union, and its failure caused the papacy to concentrate its efforts on the Orthodox Church in Poland. The Ruthenian bishops’ obedience to the Pope was officially announced on the 8 October 1596. The decisions of the Uniate-Catholic synod were met with numerous protests from the Orthodox clergy and nobility. The larger part of the clergy and the faithful, together with bishops remained in the Orthodox camp. Despite the failure of the Brest Synod in fully uniting Orthodox and Roman churches, new union projects concerning the Orthodox Church in Poland continued to arise prior to the end of 18th century. The Vatican’s interest in the Orthodox Church in Central Europe was renewed at the end of the First World War. On April 1st, 1917, the Pope created the Congregation for the Oriental Churches which was responsibile for all issues relating to the activities of all the Eastern denominations. Despite aims at unification, attempts at church union have had a negative influence on the relations between the Roman Catholic and Polish Orthodox Church in contemporary Poland. The result of centuries of attempts at unification under the Pope has been fragmentation and division.

  16. Man's limitations. The Catholic view.

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    Bacani, T

    1993-10-27

    The Assistant Bishop of Manila, Philippines, comments on Pope John Paul II teachings and former Pope Paul VI's Humanae Vitae. The Roman Catholic Church over the past twenty five years has not accepted modern contraception. Lay Catholics are confused over the appropriate behavior regarding family planning, are ignorant of the Church's teachings, or have followed their conscience. Critics say that the teachings are obsolete and unheeded. Church officials respond that the Church is run by divine inspiration and not majority rule. The Church position is based on reason and on God himself, who prohibits man-made contraception. Paul VI revealed that the conjugal act was the link between unitive and procreative meanings, and man did not have the right to break the link on his own initiative. John Paul II reaffirms this position by stating that human beings do not have "absolute dominion over the conjugal act" and are not the final arbiters of the creation of life. Humans are servants of the creation of new life as collaborators and procreators. Humans act like Gods when they deprive the conjugal act of procreative meaning through contraceptive use. Natural family planning does not violate this divine prerogative. The Pope's teachings are verified. There is evidence of declines in conjugal infidelity, the lowering of moral standards, increased abortion, and the demise of demographic imperialism. The Church recognizes the problem of overpopulation, and the Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines acknowledges the responsibility of all sectors of society to solve the problem. Catholics in the Philippines are opposed to the Ramos' administration's aggressive birth control program. The opposition is due to the government's lack of provision of sufficient information about the side effects of modern contraceptives and the neglect of natural family planning, which is the only morally legitimate form of contraception sanctioned by Roman Catholics. Freedom of choice means

  17. Application of the Fokker-Planck molecular mixing model to turbulent scalar mixing using moment methods

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    Madadi-Kandjani, E.; Fox, R. O.; Passalacqua, A.

    2017-06-01

    An extended quadrature method of moments using the β kernel density function (β -EQMOM) is used to approximate solutions to the evolution equation for univariate and bivariate composition probability distribution functions (PDFs) of a passive scalar for binary and ternary mixing. The key element of interest is the molecular mixing term, which is described using the Fokker-Planck (FP) molecular mixing model. The direct numerical simulations (DNSs) of Eswaran and Pope ["Direct numerical simulations of the turbulent mixing of a passive scalar," Phys. Fluids 31, 506 (1988)] and the amplitude mapping closure (AMC) of Pope ["Mapping closures for turbulent mixing and reaction," Theor. Comput. Fluid Dyn. 2, 255 (1991)] are taken as reference solutions to establish the accuracy of the FP model in the case of binary mixing. The DNSs of Juneja and Pope ["A DNS study of turbulent mixing of two passive scalars," Phys. Fluids 8, 2161 (1996)] are used to validate the results obtained for ternary mixing. Simulations are performed with both the conditional scalar dissipation rate (CSDR) proposed by Fox [Computational Methods for Turbulent Reacting Flows (Cambridge University Press, 2003)] and the CSDR from AMC, with the scalar dissipation rate provided as input and obtained from the DNS. Using scalar moments up to fourth order, the ability of the FP model to capture the evolution of the shape of the PDF, important in turbulent mixing problems, is demonstrated. Compared to the widely used assumed β -PDF model [S. S. Girimaji, "Assumed β-pdf model for turbulent mixing: Validation and extension to multiple scalar mixing," Combust. Sci. Technol. 78, 177 (1991)], the β -EQMOM solution to the FP model more accurately describes the initial mixing process with a relatively small increase in computational cost.

  18. El Papado entre Biografía e Historia

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    Adriano PROSPERI

    2009-10-01

    Full Text Available RESUMEN: El artículo es una introducción a la lectura de la magna Enciclopedia dei Papi, obra presentada en Bolonia en el año 2001. Biografía e historia tienen en el caso del Papado una tradición antigua. La construcción del poder papal pasó por la prohibición del análisis crítico y el control de las fuentes documentales, las cuales sólo estuvieron al alcance de proyectos apologéticos. La Edad Moderna se caracterizó por una deliberada exclusión del Papado del conocimiento historiográfico. El rechazo de la Reforma protestante al poder papal no se basó en investigaciones históricas sino en la más oscura tradición profética. La historia del Papado propiamente dicha comenzó con la inspiración luterana de Leopold von Ranke y la respuesta católica de Ludwing Pastor.ABSTRACT: The article is an introduction to the reading of magna Encyclopedia dei Papi, work presented in Bologna in 2001. Biography and history are part of an old tradition in the case of the Pope state. The institution of the Pope power passed through the prohibition of the critical analysis and the control of the documentary sources, which only were within reach of apologetic projects. The Modern Age was characterized by a deliberate exclusion of the Pope of the historiographic knowledge. The rejection of the papal power by the protestant Reformation was not based on historical investigations but on the darkest prophetic tradition. The history of the Papal state itself began with the Lutheran inspiration of Leopold von Ranke and the catholic answer of Ludwing Pastor.

  19. Comparison of the orientational order of lipid chains in the Lα and HII phases

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    Lafleur, M.; Cullis, P.R.; Fine, B.; Bloom, M.

    1990-01-01

    The orientational order profile has been determined by using deuterium nuclear magnetic resonance ( 2 H NMR) for POPE in the lamellar liquid-crystalline (L α ) and the hexagonal (H II ) phases and is shown to be sensitive to the symmetry of the lipid phase. In the H II phase, as compared to the L α phase, the acyl chains are characterized by a greater motional freedom, and the orientational order is distributed more uniformly along the lipid acyl chain. This is consistent with a change from a cylindrical to a wedge-shaped space available for the lipid chain. 2 H NMR studies of POPE dispersions containing tetradecanol or decane, both of which can induce H II phase structure, show very different behavior. Tetradecanol appears to align with the phospholipid chains and experience the L α to H II phase transition with a similar change in motional averaging as observed for the phospholipid chains themselves. In contrast, decane is apparently deeply embedded in the lipid structure and exhibits only a small degree of orientation. The L α to H II phase transition for systems containing decane leads to a dramatic increase of the motional freedom of decane which is more pronounced than that observed for the lipid chains. The presence of decane in the H II phase structure does not modify the order of the lipid chains. However, the L α phase of POPE is slightly disordered by the addition of 9 mol% decane whereas it can accommodate as much as 20 mol% tetradecanol without a significant change of order. Finally, the concept of a stretching vector associated with the lipid acyl chain has been introduced to analyze the orientational order profile obtained in the H II phase. With this model, the average order parameter of the H II phase has been calculated and found to be in good agreement with experiment

  20. Does Europe have a centre? Reflections on the history of Western and Central Europe

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    Mout, Nicolette

    2006-05-01

    Any definition of Central Europe based on geographical and/or historical facts causes difficulties. The line dividing Europe during the Cold War has a very limited use because it does not take into account Central Europe as a special part of the continent. Historians such as Geoffrey Barraclough, Hugh Seton-Watson and Oskar Halecki discussed the idea of a separate identity of Central Europe during the Cold War. Especially after the fall of the Berlin Wall, this discussion was re-opened. From a historian's point of view, the most important contributions came from Piotr Wandycz and Jeno Szucs. An imaginary centre of Europe can only be found in the continent's common history.

  1. A new kind of history? The challenges of contemporary histories of photography

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    Ya'ara Gil Glazer

    2010-12-01

    Full Text Available Since the late 1970s there have been recurrent calls for a new history of photography. Geoffrey Batchen effectively summarized these calls, generally expressing a wish for separation from the historiographic model formulated by Beaumont Newhall in his classic The History of Photography from 1839 to the Present. Since the mid 1980s till today, a number of major history of photography textbooks that aimed to provide an alternative to Newhall’s have been published. These volumes fulfill, in different ways, the desire for a history that 'breaks free from an evolutionary narrative,' that 'traces the journey of an image, as well as its origin', or 'sees beyond Europe and the United States'. But do these new books really represent a 'new kind of history'?

  2. A consistent time frame for Chaucer's Canterbury Pilgrimage

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    Kummerer, K. R.

    2001-08-01

    A consistent time frame for the pilgrimage that Geoffrey Chaucer describes in The Canterbury Tales can be established if the seven celestial assertions related to the journey mentioned in the text can be reconciled with each other and the date of April 18 that is also mentioned. Past attempts to establish such a consistency for all seven celestial assertions have not been successful. The analysis herein, however, indicates that in The Canterbury Tales Chaucer accurately describes the celestial conditions he observed in the April sky above the London(Canterbury region of England in the latter half of the fourteenth century. All seven celestial assertions are in agreement with each other and consistent with the April 18 date. The actual words of Chaucer indicate that the Canterbury journey began during the 'seson' he defines in the General Prologue and ends under the light of the full Moon on the night of April 18, 1391.

  3. Loire Classics: Reviving Classicism in some Loire Poets

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    Wim Verbaal

    2017-06-01

    Full Text Available The term 'Loire poets' has come to refer to a rather undefinable group of poets that in the second half of the eleventh century distinguishes itself through its refined poetics. They are often characterized as medieval humanists thanks to their renewed interest in the classics. Sometimes their movement is labelled a 'classicist' one. But what does this 'classicism' mean? Is it even permitted to speak of medieval 'classicisms'? This contribution approaches the question of whether we can apply this modern label to pre-modern phenomena. Moreover, it explores the changes in attitude towards the classics that sets the Loire poets off from their predecessors and contemporaries. The article focuses on poems by Hildebert of Lavardin, Baudri of Bourgueil, Marbod of Rennes, and Geoffrey of Reims. They are compared with some contemporary poets, such as Reginald of Canterbury and Sigebert of Gembloux.

  4. Neuroendocrine control of the onset of puberty.

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    Plant, Tony M

    2015-07-01

    This chapter is based on the Geoffrey Harris Memorial Lecture presented at the 8th International Congress of Neuroendocrinology, which was held in Sydney, August 2014. It provides the development of our understanding of the neuroendocrine control of puberty since Harris proposed in his 1955 monograph (Harris, 1955) that "a major factor responsible for puberty is an increased rate of release of pituitary gonadotrophin" and posited "that a neural (hypothalamic) stimulus, via the hypophysial portal vessels, may be involved." Emphasis is placed on the neurobiological mechanisms governing puberty in highly evolved primates, although an attempt is made to reverse translate a model for the timing of puberty in man and monkey to non-primate species. Copyright © 2015 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

  5. Reviews of recent publications

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    Full Text Available Sara Lennox. Cemetery of the Murdered Daughters: Feminism, History, and Ingeborg Bachmann by Kristin T. Vander Lugt Birgit Tautz. Reading and Seeing Ethnic Differences in the Enlightenment: From China to Africa by Susanne Kelley Patrick Greaney. Untimely Beggar. Poverty and Power from Baudelaire to Benjamin by Christine Rinne Philip Payne, Graham Bartram, and Galin Tihanov, eds. A Companion to the Works of Robert Musil by Geoffrey C. Howes Jennifer Willging. Telling Anxiety: Anxious Narration in the Work of Marguerite Duras, Annie Ernaux, Nathalie Sarraute and Anne Hébert by Natalie Edwards Michael Lucey. Never Say I: Sexuality and the First Person in Colette, Gide, and Proust by Elissa Gelfand Anthony Waine. Changing Cultural Tastes. Writers and the Popular in Modern Germany by Katrin Völkner Susan Ireland and Patrice Proulx, eds. Textualizing the Immigrant Experience in Contemporary Quebec by Amy Hubbell Cristina Peri Rossi. State of Exile . Trans. Marilyn Buck. by Reina Ruiz

  6. 《哈利·波特》作品中的人性认知解读

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    2014-01-01

    <正>在英国长期的文化历史过程中,出现过大量杰出的知名文学家和文学作品,像乔叟(Geoffrey Chaucer,1340—1400)、莎士比亚(William Shakespeare,1564—1616)、培根(Francis Bacon,1561—1626)等,这些作家和他们的作品以其独特的视角以及曲折而丰富的人性解读而受到了大家的喜爱。作为英国知名的女作家,J·K·罗琳以孩子的视角和审美观点出发,

  7. Goldbrick:闪光的不一定都是金砖

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    2009-01-01

    英语里有句名言:All that glitters is not gold(闪光的不一定都是金子)。据说,最早说此话的人是英国的诗歌之父乔叟(Geoffrey Chaucer,约1340~1400)。莎士比亚(William Shakespeare,1564~1616)在他的《威尼斯商人》(The Merchant of Venice)中也引用了这句话。后来,美国人给这个古老的英语成语增添了一个更为简短的相似说法:goldbrick(金砖)。

  8. An Applied Mereology of the City: Unifying Science and Philosophy for Urban Planning.

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    Epting, Shane

    2016-10-01

    Based on their research showing that growing cities follow basic principles, two theoretical physicists, Luis Bettencourt and Geoffrey West, call for researchers and professionals to contribute to a grand theory of urban sustainability. In their research, they develop a 'science of the city' to help urban planners address problems that arise from population increases. Although they provide valuable insights for understanding urban sustainability issues, they do not give planners a manageable way to approach such problems. I argue that developing an applied mereology to understand the concept of 'city identity' gives planners a theoretical device for addressing urban affairs, including ethical concerns. In turn, I devise a model of city identity to show how a 'philosophy of the city' contributes to a grand theory of urban sustainability.

  9. Cars on Mars

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    Landis, Geoffrey A.

    2002-01-01

    Mars is one of the most fascinating planets in the solar system, featuring an atmosphere, water, and enormous volcanoes and canyons. The Mars Pathfinder, Global Surveyor, and Odyssey missions mark the first wave of the Planet Earth's coming invasion of the red planet, changing our views of the past and future of the planet and the possibilities of life. Scientist and science-fiction writer Geoffrey A. Landis will present experiences on the Pathfinder mission, the challenges of using solar power on the surface of Mars, and present future missions to Mars such as the upcoming Mars Twin Rovers, which will launch two highly-capable vehicles in 2003 to explore the surface of Mars.

  10. International Symposium for Thyroid Eye Disease (June 2016, London

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    Natalia Y. Sviridenko

    2017-03-01

    Full Text Available In June 2016, an International Symposium dedicated to the cutting edge research and achievements in Thyroid Eye Disease (TED diagnosis and treatment was held in London. The symposium was organized by the International Thyroid Eye Disease (ITEDs. It was attended EUGOGO, North American Neuro-Ophthalmological Society (NANOS and Orbit Society members. The symposium was attended by leading experts in the field of ophthalmology, orbital surgery and endocrinology: Rebecca S. Bahn, Maarten Mourits, Claudio Marcocci, George Kahaly, Mario Salvi, Antony Weetman, Anja Eckstein, Daniel Rootman, Geoffrey Rose, Robert Goldberg and Susanne Pitz, as well as doctors, specializing in the field of endocrinology, ophthalmology, radiology and other specialties. The symposium program was focused on the discussion of TED pathogenesis, classification and new therapeutic and surgical approaches. TED problems discussed by more than 300 professionals (65% ophthalmologists, 18% ophthalmic surgeons and 17% endocrinologists. North America was represented by 50 delegates. Representation of other continents was not less impressive.

  11. Computational and Experimental Investigations of the Molecular Scale Structure and Dynamics of Gologically Important Fluids and Mineral-Fluid Interfaces

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    Bowers, Geoffrey [Alfred Univ., NY (United States)

    2017-04-05

    United States Department of Energy grant DE-FG02-10ER16128, “Computational and Spectroscopic Investigations of the Molecular Scale Structure and Dynamics of Geologically Important Fluids and Mineral-Fluid Interfaces” (Geoffrey M. Bowers, P.I.) focused on developing a molecular-scale understanding of processes that occur in fluids and at solid-fluid interfaces using the combination of spectroscopic, microscopic, and diffraction studies with molecular dynamics computer modeling. The work is intimately tied to the twin proposal at Michigan State University (DOE DE-FG02-08ER15929; same title: R. James Kirkpatrick, P.I. and A. Ozgur Yazaydin, co-P.I.).

  12. Las negras rioplatenses: entre la invisibilidad y el mito

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    Mar Langa Pizarro

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available Slavery, which plaid a significant role in several ancient civilizations around the world, was supported by philosophers, theologians and popes. Even if its importance has been underestimated, the presence of black women and men is stated from the first expeditions to the River Plate (many times, by means of illegal traffic. Led by bishop Vitoria, that traffic increased since the late 16th century. Black women were often sexually exploited but, instead of paying attention to their problems, much of the literature has ignored them or has created an archetypal woman, characterized by beauty, sensuality and eroticism. With some exceptions, this image remains in our days.

  13. Storiografia cattolica tedesca e Shoah: Memoria religiosa e politica della storia

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    Full Text Available The essay addresses and examines the approach of Catholic historians to the Shoah between the 1950s and the beginning of the 21st century in Germany. The relationship between German historiography and the Catholic perception of the Shoah is crucial to understanding the relationship between the post-World War II cultural landscape in Germany and what this German Catholic culture gave to contemporary Catholicism. This legacy is even more important since the Catholic Church elected a German pope in 2005, after the long pontificate of John Paul II, which was decisive in reshaping the historical and theological understanding of the Shoah.

  14. [Ancient methods of animal disease prevention in Belgium].

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    Mammerickx, M

    1994-06-01

    The author describes traditional methods of animal disease control in Belgium and the evolution of these methods up to the present time. Evidence is drawn mainly from Belgian law. The principles of hygienic prophylaxis, which have required little modification over the passage of time, were set out at the beginning of the 18th century by Lancisi and Bates, physicians to Pope Clement XI and King George I of Great Britain, respectively. These principles were immediately incorporated into Belgian law. However, it was not until the second half of the 19th century that they were applied correctly and with success.

  15. Progress and improvement of the manufacturing process of snake antivenom

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    Zolfagharian H.; Mohammadpour Dounighi, N.

    2013-01-01

    Antivenoms have been used successfully for more than a century and up to now constitute the only effectivetreatment for snakebites .The production of antivenin started long time ago when the calmette was preparedthe antivenom in 1894.The method currently used to prepare antivenom by most of the manufacturers areoriginated from the method of Pope which was develop in 1938. Several new approaches in the production ofantivenom have been proposed to produce IgG, F(ab)2, F(ab) antivenin to improve...

  16. Climate and energy efficiency policies: synthesis of France commitments and results

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    2011-01-01

    After a brief recall of the definitions of energy efficiency, of direct and indirect emissions, of total emissions, and of the main French commitments (first climate plan, energy policy orientations in the POPE law, Grenelle de l'Environnement, national action plan for energy efficiency, Grenelle laws), this document briefly presents the current situation and predictions in terms of energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. For different sectors, it presents key measures and evokes actual or expected results. These sectors are: energy production, housing and office building, transports, industry, State and local communities, agriculture and forest, information and education, wastes

  17. A festa nazi em Le Roi des Aulnes. De Michel Tournier: eu-foria e dis-foria

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    2005-01-01

    Sugerido para estes encontros interdisciplinares, o tema da Festa reenvia-nos para sentimentos de alegria e plenitude, para algo que traz ao quofidiano a abolição do tempo, uma centelha de renovação e etemidade, que podemos denominar de euforia. De acordo com a etimologia, a palavra foria deriva do grego (popeív e significa trazer, levar, carregar, ao passo que o prefixo eu, (et)) da mesma origem, quer dizer bem. Se juntarmos à mesma palavra, foria, o prefixo Ôya, também de ...

  18. Sport et société aux États-Unis : bibliographie sélective, 1981-2008

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    2012-01-01

    Bilans historiographiques et critiques DEARDOFF II, Donald L., Sports, A Reference Guide and Critical Commentary, 1980-1999, Westport, Greenwood Press, 2000.GERLACH, Larry R., « Not Quite Ready for Prime Time: Baseball History, 1983-1993 », Journal of Sport History, vol. 21, n°2, été 1994, 103-37.HARDY, Stephen et Alan INGHAM, « Games, Structures, and Agency: Historians of the American Play Movement », Journal of Social History, vol. 17, hiver 1983, 285-301.POPE, Steven W., « Sport History: I...

  19. Sport et société aux États-Unis : bibliographie sélective, 1981-2008

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    Peter Marquis

    2012-03-01

    Full Text Available Bilans historiographiques et critiquesDEARDOFF II, Donald L., Sports, A Reference Guide and Critical Commentary, 1980-1999, Westport, Greenwood Press, 2000.GERLACH, Larry R., « Not Quite Ready for Prime Time: Baseball History, 1983-1993 », Journal of Sport History, vol. 21, n°2, été 1994, 103-37.HARDY, Stephen et Alan INGHAM, « Games, Structures, and Agency: Historians of the American Play Movement », Journal of Social History, vol. 17, hiver 1983, 285-301.POPE, Steven W., « Sport History: In...

  20. Climate Change, Risk and Grain Production in China

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    Holst, Rainer; Yu, Xiaohua; Grun, Carola

    2010-01-01

    This paper employs the production function-based method proposed by Just and Pope (1978, 1979) to explicitly analyze production risk in the context of Chinese grain farming and climate change, and test for potential endogeneity of climate factors in Chinese grain production. Our results indicate that grain production in south China might, at least in the short run, could be a net beneficiary of global warming. In particular, we find that a 1 °C increase in annual average temperature in South ...

  1. Effective Contracting: Trends and Lessons-Learned

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    2011-01-25

    Cell Locations: Current • Ft Bliss • Ft Hood • Ft Bragg • Ft Eustis • Ft Drum • Ft Knox • Korea • Ft Detrick • JTF- CAPMED Planned • Ft Carson...Huge culture shift – JTF- CAPMED , SAMMC, METC – Joint Basing (McCord-Lewis, Bragg-Pope, etc) – Europe, Pacific Rim  Expanding use of MATOs Contract...Support Services Better Acquisition Planning of Critical Health Care Products and Services will drive unwarranted variation and lower Per Capita Cost

  2. Exchange Rate Determination: A Model of the Decisive Role of Central Bank Cooperation and Conflict

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    Robin Pope; Reinhard Selten; Sebastian Kube; Johannes Kaiser; Jürgen von Hagen

    2007-01-01

    Opinion is divided on whether it is better to have a single world  money or variable exchange rates.  Pope, Selten and von Hagen (2003)  propose that fresh light would be shed via an analysis that allows  for seven complexity impacts on the exchange rate that are  underplayed (where not entirely absent) from current analyses: 1) the  role of official sector, including its central bank; 2) the numerous  official and private sector goals; 3) the disparate degrees of market  power of dif...

  3. Understanding the Varieties of Chinese Management

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    Li, Xin

    In this paper, I critique the convergence thesis proposed by S. Pope and J. W. Meyer who envisage the rise of a universalistic corporate organization that tends to supersede national business contexts or at least renders the national institutional environment as less consequential. My counterargu.......e., Confucianism, Legalism, Daoism, and Mohism. I posit, the actually management practices in China can be understood as diverse configurations of the four basic mode of management, i.e., autocracy, bureaucracy, chrismacracy, and democracy (ABCD for short)....

  4. Gerberto, scienziato e Papa

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    Sigismondi, Costantino

    2004-10-01

    Gerbert d'Aurillac was Pope Sylvester II since 999 through 1003. His history is presented in order to understand his outstanding contribution in the establishment of quadrivium sciences (arithmetics, music, geometry and astronomy) in the curricula studiorum of cathedral schools and therefore of forthcoming universitates studiorum. Gerbert allowed the first sharing of arabic scientific culture (e.g. introducing in his didactic method the astrolabium, the abacus and the monochord) with Christian world participating in person to the "mini-renaissance" of the 10th century.

  5. Les États-Unis et le Vatican : analyse d'un rapprochement (1981-1989)

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    Gayte , Marie

    2010-01-01

    On January 10, 1984, the United States and the Holy See announced the establishment of diplomatic relations. The decision was made in a context of revived tensions between the United States and the Soviet Union after the détente of the 1970s. At first sight there seems to have been a perfect ideological convergence between President Ronald Reagan and Pope John Paul II, as both were famous for their vocal anticommunism. The rapprochement witnessed in the 1980s has led some to posit the existen...

  6. A new species of parasitic copepod, Sarcotretes umitakae sp. n. (Siphonostomatoida, Pennellidae, on the rattail (Actinopterygii, Macrouridae from the East China Sea, Japan

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    Daisuke Uyeno

    2012-11-01

    Full Text Available A new species of copepod, Sarcotretes umitakae sp. n., of the siphonostomatoid family Pennellidae is described based on female specimens from the rattail Coelorinchus jordani Smith and Pope (Actinopterygii: Gadiformes: Macrouridae caught in the East China Sea. This species is characterized by exhibiting the following characters: the large proboscis projects strongly; the head bears paired lateral processes which are bulbous and taper into a slender horn; the twisting neck is significantly longer than the trunk; and the trunk bears an anterior constriction with a reduced abdomen.

  7. Kristendommen og Pave Frans: det religiøse sprog og naturen

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    Cristoffanini, Pablo Rolando

    2018-01-01

    to be some of the current ecological crisis. The present Pope, Francis, has elaborated an alternative discourse and vision of the relationship between God, human beings and nature in his encyclical Latudato Si, in which he advocates for an attitude of respect, protection and safeguarding of nature...... the importance of religion as a game of language, different from that of the science. Religion enable us to value everything that exists, and together with ethics and art, provide us with guidelines as of how to live and relate to the world....

  8. Someone is Missing in the Common House: The Empty Place of Women in the Encyclical Letter 'Laudato si'

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    Toldy, Teresa

    2017-01-01

    Global climatic changes are one of the most tragic threats to our present life and to the future generations, calling for an accurate analysis of the situation and for fearlessness. Pope Francis’ Encyclical Letter, >i>Laudato si’ (LS), is the first papal Encyclical to totally focus on environmental issues. The document had a huge impact and sparked a lively debate of its contents. Notably, it underlines the necessity of a humane, all-encompassing, ecology, able to face the challenges of the d...

  9. Interpretation of the Revealed Word by the Tradition of the Church – the Issue of Subordination of Woman to Man in the Saint Paul’s Letter to the Ephesians (Eph 5 : 21–33

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    Stanislav Vojtko

    2015-09-01

    • to the ingenious doctrine of St. Pope John Paul II. in his theology of the body: the relationship between man and woman in marriage is a relationship of mutual subordination in love, reflecting God’s love and symbolizing the relation between Christ and the Church. This relationship is inherently “communio personarum” (communion of persons in which the dissimilarity of women and men is mutually complemented and creates harmony. In this article we wanted to highlight the fact that a return to the inspired biblical texts explained by the Magisterium is a reliable means of obtaining true knowledge even of the thorny issue of conjugal and family life.

  10. Evaluación diagnóstica de la Dismorfia Muscular: una revisión sistemática

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    Lopez-Cuautle, Camilo; Vazquez-Arevalo, Rosalia; Mancilla-Diaz, Juan Manuel

    2016-01-01

    El objetivo de este estudio fue examinar las investigaciones realizadas sobre la evaluación diagnóstica de la Dismorfia Muscular (DM). Se realizó una búsqueda sistemática en las bases PsycINFO y Medline de 1997 a 2012, los descriptores fueron: "muscle dysmorphic disorder" "vigorexia" y "male". 17 estudios cumplieron los criterios de inclusión, de éstos, todos utilizaron los criterios diagnósticos propuestos por Pope et al. (1997). Aquellos con DM están preocupados por el tamaño corporal, leva...

  11. Reseñas

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    Gómez López-Quiñones, Antonio. La guerra persistente. Madrid: Vervuert Iberoamericana, 2006. Grohmann, Alexis y Steenmeijer, Maarten eds. El columnismo de escritores españoles (1975-2005). Madrid: Verbum, 2006. Henseler, Christine y Pope, Randolph D. eds. Generation X Rocks: Contemporary Peninsular Fiction, Film, and Rock Culture. Nashville, Tennessee: Vanderbilt University Press, 2007. 264 páginas. VV.AA. “Metaliteratura y metaficción. Balance crítico y perspectivas comparadas”. Revist...

  12. Aeneas Silvius Piccolomini (Pius II and his conception of Europe

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    Arsenio Ginzo Fernández

    2011-11-01

    Full Text Available The humanist and Pope Aeneas Silvius Piccolomini (Pius II is the medieval thinker who most openly and constantly deals with the problem of Europe, not only as a geographical, but also as a political, religious and cultural reality. This article tries to show the main characteristics of his conception of Europe, in the framework of the great problems of his time : on the one hand the turkish threat over Europe and on the other hand Europe´s inner changes, both political and religious.

  13. Pius II. a utrakvismus

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    2009-01-01

    Milan Šimek Pius II. a utrakvismus Pius II. and utraquism Based on sources work - out, the thesis aims the description and analysis of the attitude alternation of Enea Sylvio Piccolomini - Pius II to the utraquism. The conclusions stress the postulate that Pius II. did not change that attitude, but just did not succed in quelling the utraquist movement. In the sense of political background that finally led to fatal dissention among both leaders, king Jiří of Poděbrady and pope Pius II.

  14. Storiografia cattolica tedesca e Shoah: Memoria religiosa e politica della storia / German Catholic Historiography and the Holocaust: Religious Memory and Politics of Remembrance

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    Faggioli, Massimo

    2011-04-01

    Full Text Available The essay addresses and examines the approach of Catholic historians to the Shoah between the 1950s and the beginning of the 21st century in Germany. The relationship between German historiography and the Catholic perception of the Shoah is crucial to understanding the relationship between the post-World War II cultural landscape in Germany and what this German Catholic culture gave to contemporary Catholicism. This legacy is even more important since the Catholic Church elected a German pope in 2005, after the long pontificate of John Paul II, which was decisive in reshaping the historical and theological understanding of the Shoah.

  15. Analysis of a PDF model in a mixing layer case

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    Minier, J.P.; Pozorski, J.

    1996-04-01

    A recent turbulence model put forward by Pope (1991) in the context of PDF modeling has been applied to a mixing layer case. This model solves the one-point joint velocity-dissipation pdf equation by simulating the instantaneous behaviour of a large number of Lagrangian fluid particles. Closure of the evolution equations of these Lagrangian particles is based on diffusion stochastic processes. The paper reports numerical results and tries to analyse the physical meaning of some variables, in particular the dissipation-weighted kinetic energy and its relation with external intermittency. (authors). 14 refs., 7 figs

  16. The International Symposium on Si-Based Molecular Beam (4th) held in Anaheim, California, on 29 April-3 May 1991

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    1992-04-14

    BIPOLAR TRANSISTORS 421 Maurizio Arienzo, James H. Comfort, Emmanuel F. Crabb6, David L. Harame, Subramanian S. Iyer, Bernard S. Meyerson, Gary L...L.A. Johnson, D.P. Pope, J.O. Stiegler , 1991, ISBN: 1-55899-105-0 Volume 214-Optical and Electrical Properties of Polymers, J.A. Emerson, J.M...Arienzo, James H1. Comfort, Emmanuel F. Crabb6, David L. liarame, Subramanian S. lyer, Bernard S. Meyerson, Gary L. Patton, Johannes M.C. Stork and Yuan

  17. In Search of Cultural Universals: Translation Universals. Case Studies

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    Gabriela DIMA

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available Knowledge of the world is disclosed under various shapes, among which language is the best representative. Specific to humans, it renders feelings and thoughts concerning different communication contexts where words become dynamic primitives endowed with meanings, which recreate themes and reconfigure space and time as universal coordinates. The main objective of the paper is to provide a tentative analysis of the way in which translation universals are manifest in translating proverbs and sayings in the short novels Popa Tanda (Pope Tanda and Moara cu Noroc (The Lucky Mill by Ioan Slavici.

  18. The wood energy in France

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    Douard, F.; Oremus, Y.; Garsault-Fabbi, A.

    2007-01-01

    The program law fixing the energy policy (POPE Law of the 13 july 2005) fixes an objective of 50% of growth for the renewable heat. As this renewable heat is today generated by the biomass, it seems necessary to adjust all the efforts on this sector. This document proposes to takes stock on the wood energy in France. It presents the wood fuels, an evaluation of the Wood-Energy Plan decided by the ADEME in 2000, the wood heat networks, and some example of installations. (A.L.B.)

  19. The Philippine Church, State, and People on the Problem of Population

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    F. P. A. Demeterio

    2007-12-01

    Full Text Available This paper will take a look at six things, namely: 1 the global picture of the population problem; 2 the leading theories on population; 3 the place of the Philippines among the worlds' most populated, densest and fastest growing countries; 4 the contours and behavior of Philippine demographics; 5 the existing power relations amidst the Philippine Church, State, and people concerning the issue of population; and 6 the possibility of a better alternative paradigm of power relations from the encyclical Deus Caritas Est of Pope Benedict XVI.

  20. Church and art: from the second Vatican Council to today

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    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available This text deals with the relationship between the Catholic Church and art from the Second Vatican Council to today. For this reason it considers some of the most important interventions about art by recent popes (Montini - Paul VI; Wojtyła - John Paul II; Ratzinger - Benedict XVI, Bergoglio - Francis also mentioning some activities that the Holy See is currently promoting. These pages are intended to offer a contribution, mainly theoretical, for those who are working in the field of the planning and promotion of artistic and cultural events, especially if these events are related to religious heritage.

  1. Persistent Neural Membrane Protein Misregulation Following Neurotoxicant Exposure

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    Pope (2002). "Age-related effects of chlorpyrifos on muscarinic receptor-mediated signaling in rat cortex ." Arch Toxicol 75(11-12): 676-684. Zhang...M.F., 2010. Accumulation of pyrethroid compounds in primary cultures from rat cortex . Toxicol. In Vitro 24 (7), 2053–2057. Shafer, T.J., Meyer, D.A...2014). "P2Y1 receptor-mediated potentiation of inspiratory motor output in neonatal rat in vitro." J Physiol 592(Pt 14): 3089-3111. Andrade, R

  2. Resolution of chronic migraine headaches with intrathecal ziconotide: a case report

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    2015-09-01

    Full Text Available Sachin Narain,1 Lama Al-Khoury,2 Eric Chang3–6 1Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Care, 2Department of Neurology, 3Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 4Department of Neurosurgery, 5Department of Orthopedics, 6Reeve-Irvine Research Center for Spinal Cord Injury, University of California Irvine, Irvine, CA, USA Background: Migraine headaches are a common and functionally debilitating disorder affecting approximately 17% of women and 5.6% of men. Compared to episodic migraine patients, chronic migraineurs are more likely to be occupationally disabled, miss family activities, have comorbid anxiety and/or chronic pain disorders, and utilize significantly more health care dollars. Ziconotide is a calcium channel blocker used for the treatment of chronic severe pain without issues of tolerance or dependency found with opioid therapy. Case: A 59-year-old female had an intrathecal baclofen pump placed for spasticity secondary to multiple sclerosis. Her symptoms also included lower extremity neuropathic pain and severe migraine headaches with 22 migraine headache days per month. Prior treatments included nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, triptans, anticonvulsants, antihypertensives, and Botox injections which reduced her symptoms to four migraine days per month at best. While her spasticity had markedly improved with intrathecal baclofen, ziconotide was added to help her neuropathic pain complaints. Following initiation of low-dose ziconotide (1 µg/day, the patient noted both lower extremity pain improvement and complete resolution of migraine headaches resulting in zero migraine days per month. She has now been migraine free for 8 months. Conclusion: Upon review of the available literature, there are no published cases of migraine improvement with intrathecal ziconotide. This represents the first case describing resolution of migraine symptoms with low-dose ziconotide. Keywords: ziconotide, migraine, symptoms, chronic

  3. Feminism and the Moral Imperative for Contraception.

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    Espey, Eve

    2015-08-01

    This commentary is adapted from the Irvin M. Cushner Memorial Lecture, "Feminism and the Moral Imperative for Contraception," given at 2014 Annual Clinical Meeting of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists in Chicago. It provides a brief and simplified historical review of the feminist movement, primarily in the United States, focusing on feminism's association with contraception. This commentary reflects the perspective and opinions of the author. Contraception is fundamental to a woman's ability to achieve equality and realize her full social, economic, and intellectual potential.

  4. Bone preparation at the KCCAMS laboratory

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    Beaumont, Will, E-mail: wbeaumon@uci.ed [Earth System Science Dept., University of California, B321 Croul Hall, Irvine, CA 92697-3100 (United States); Beverly, Robert; Southon, John [Earth System Science Dept., University of California, B321 Croul Hall, Irvine, CA 92697-3100 (United States); Taylor, R.E. [Department of Anthropology, University of California, Riverside, CA 92521 (United States)

    2010-04-15

    Collagen purification by ultrafiltration is becoming widely accepted as a superior {sup 14}C sample preparation method for removing environmental contamination from archaeological bone. We present an overview of bone sample preparation methods used at the KCCAMS laboratory, UC Irvine. Methods development data are also discussed, including results of tests of gelatinization temperature, evaluation of 10 kDa vs. 30 kDa molecular weight (MW) ultrafiltration, improvements to ultrafilter cleaning methods, tests of ultrafilter memory, and ultrafilter glycerin contamination. These tests were not intended to be exhaustive, but rather to show how standard procedures can be validated and improved with relatively little effort.

  5. Pressure drop and heat transfer of lithium single-phase flow under transverse magnetic field

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    Takahashi, Minoru; Aritomi, Masanori; Inoue, Akira; Matsuzaki, Mitsuo

    1996-01-01

    Pressure drop and heat transfer characteristics of a lithium single-phase flow in a rectangular channel was investigated experimentally in the presence of a magnetic field. Friction loss coefficient under non-magnetic field and skin friction coefficient under magnetic field agreed well with the Blasius formula and a simple analytical expression, respectively. Nusselt number under non-magnetic field was slightly lower than the correlation by Hartnett and Irvine. Heat transfer was enhanced by increasing magnetic field above the Hartmann number of about 200. (author)

  6. Looking Backward, Looking Forward: MLA Members Speak

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    Alliston, April; Ammons, Elizabeth; Arnold, Jean; Baym, Nina; Beckett, Sandra L; Beidler, Peter G; Berger, Roger A; Bermann, Sandra; Wilson, J. J; Boone, Troy; Booth, Alison; Booth, Wayne C; Phelan, James; Borroff, Marie; Hassan, Ihab

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    In 1997 I was asked to organize humanities outreach activities at the University of California, Irvine. The result was the formation of Humanities Out There (HOT). In our workshops, faculty members and graduate students supervise teams of undergraduates in order to take the methods and materials of the university into the larger community. I believe that programs like these will  become increasingly important in the next century, as economic, cultural, and educational divisions deepe...

  7. The question of baryon conservation

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    Goldhaber, M.

    1983-01-01

    A modern version of the law of baryon conservation might read: the net number of baryons (ΣB-ΣB-bar) does not change spontaneously or in any known interactions. For a long time it was believed that protons are absolutely stable, and neutrons sufficiently strongly bound by nuclei were also considered absolutely stable. Then a few years ago the grand unified theories were proposed in which strong, weak and electromagnetic interactions are combined, leading to the possibility that protons decay. Their lifetime is predictable in some of these theories. An experiment by the Irvine-Michigan-Brookhaven Collaboration to detect proton decays is described. (UK)

  8. Measurement of G Using a Cryogenic Torsion Pendulum: Post-2008 Analysis Review

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    Newman Riley

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available A measurement of G by our University of California, Irvine (UCI team was reported at the 2008 Conference on Precision Electromagnetic Measurements (CPEM [1]. This work has not yet been published; work continues to review and refine analysis of data from that measurement. We present in this paper the analysis and results of the measurement as it stood at the time of the 2008 conference, and discuss the analysis review under way. Our G measurement was conducted “blind”, keeping the exact value of the source mass hidden until just before the conference presentation.

  9. US-Russia team plans a package minireactor

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    Anon.

    1994-01-01

    A US-Russian joint venture has concluded design of what is called a low-cost, supersafe mini nuclear power reactor. They plan to begin construction of a 6-Mw unit in Russia in mid-1996 and to offer the standardized unit for sale in developing countries. Advanced Physics Corp., Irvine, CA, and five Russian nuclear and space industry centers plan to build the first unit in five years or less at a cost of about $150 million. The high-temperature, gas-cooled reactor will be fueled by uranium encased in graphite spheres that percolate through the core

  10. 26th February 2009 - US Google Vice President and Chief Internet Evangelist V. Cerf signing the guest book with Director for research and Computing S. Bertolucci; visiting ATLAS control room and experimental area with Collaboration Spokesperson P. Jenni.

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    Maximilien Brice

    2009-01-01

    HI-0902038 05: IT Department Head, F. Hemmer; US Google Vice President and Chief Internet Evangelist V. Cerf; Computing Security Officer and Colloquium Convenor D. R. Myers; Member of the Internet Society Advisory Council F. Flückiger; Director for Research and Scientific Computing, S. Bertolucci ; Honorary Staff Member, B. Segal. HI-0902038 16: Computing Security Officer and Colloquium Convenor D. R. Myers; UC Irvine, ATLAS Deputy Spokesperson elect A. J. Lankford; US Google Vice President and Chief Internet Evangelist V. Cerf; ATLAS Collaboration Spokesperson P. Jenni; IT Department Head, F. Hemmer.

  11. Intraprocedural Safety and Technical Success of the MVP Micro Vascular Plug for Embolization of Pulmonary Arteriovenous Malformations.

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    Conrad, Miles B; Ishaque, Brandon M; Surman, Andrew M; Kerlan, Robert K; Hope, Michael D; Dickey, Melissa A; Hetts, Steven W; Wilson, Mark W

    2015-11-01

    This case series describes early experience, intraprocedural safety, and technical success of the MVP Micro Vascular Plug (MVP; Covidien, Irvine, California) for embolization of 20 pulmonary arteriovenous malformations (PAVMs) using 23 plugs in seven patients with hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia. There was no device migration, and all devices were successfully detached electrolytically. Immediate cessation of flow through the feeding artery was achieved in 21 of 23 (91%) deployments. There was one minor complication. This series demonstrates the MVP to be safe and technically successful in the treatment of PAVMs. Copyright © 2015 SIR. Published by Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

  12. We have no idea a guide to the unknown universe

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    Cham, Jorge

    2017-01-01

    Everything we still don’t know about our strange, mostly mysterious universe. Jorge Cham is the creator of the popular online comic Piled Higher and Deeper, popularly known as PHD Comics. He earned his PhD in robotics at Stanford. Daniel Whiteson is an associate professor of experimental particle physics at the University of California, Irvine, and conducts research using the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. Their PHD TV videos have been viewed millions of times on YouTube and aired on PBS.

  13. Uterine Arteriovenous Fistula with Concomitant Pelvic Varicocele: Endovascular Embolization with Onyx-18®

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    Francesco Giurazza

    2017-01-01

    Full Text Available Uterine arteriovenous fistulas are rare and acquired causes of life-threatening vaginal bleeding. They usually present with intermittent menometrorrhagia in young patients in childbearing age with history of gynecological procedures on uterus. Traditional management is hysterectomy; endovascular embolization represents nowadays an alternative strategy for patients wishing to preserve fertility. Here, the endovascular approach to a 29-year-old woman affected by severe menometrorrhagia caused by a uterine arteriovenous fistula with a concomitant pelvic varicocele is reported; a bilateral uterine arteries embolization with Onyx-18 (ev3, Irvine, CA, USA has successfully resolved the fistula with clinical success.

  14. The Labour Party and British Republicanism

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    Kenneth O. MORGAN

    2003-10-01

    Full Text Available The famous detective, Sherlock Holmes, once solved a case by referring to “the dog that did not bark.” In the past 250 years of British history, republicanism is another dog that did not bark. This is particularly true of supposedly our most radical major political party, the Labour Party. Over the monarchy, as over constitutional matters generally, Labour’s instincts have been conservative. Even after 1997, when the party, led by Lord Irvine, has indeed embarked upon major constitutional ref...

  15. Signature of the interaction between dark energy and dark matter in observations

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    Abdalla, Elcio; Abramo, L. Raul; Souza, Jose C. C. de

    2010-01-01

    We investigate the effect of an interaction between dark energy and dark matter upon the dynamics of galaxy clusters. This effect is computed through the Layser-Irvine equation, which describes how an astrophysical system reaches virial equilibrium and was modified to include the dark interactions. Using observational data from almost 100 purportedly relaxed galaxy clusters we put constraints on the strength of the couplings in the dark sector. We compare our results with those from other observations and find that a positive (in the sense of energy flow from dark energy to dark matter) nonvanishing interaction is consistent with the data within several standard deviations.

  16. Development and Implementation of Person-Centred Nursing Documentation

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    Daly, Susan

    2017-01-01

    Introduction: Irvine et al (2006) assert structured documentation can improve resident care by limiting vague narrative style entries. Nevertheless, in practice the personal and         individual aspects of care can only be recorded through a person-centred approach to care planning   (Broderick & Coffey 2012, Butterworth 2012, Prideaux 2011).  Nurses  are therefore challenged to balance the factual, non-speculative principles of good record keeping with a person-centred approach to writ...

  17. Measurement of Selected Organic Trace Gases During TRACE-P

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    Atlas, Elliot

    2004-01-01

    Major goals of the TRACE-P mission were: 1) to investigate the chemical composition of radiatively important gases, aerosols, and their precursors in the Asian outflow over the western Pacific, and 2) to describe and understand the chemical evolution of the Asian outflow as it is transported and mixed into the global troposphere. The research performed as part of this proposal addressed these major goals with a study of the organic chemical composition of gases in the TRACE-P region. This work was a close collaboration with the Blake/Rowland research group at UC-Irvine, and they have provided a separate report for their funded effort.

  18. Use of EEG to Track Visual Attention in Two Dimensions

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    2014-05-01

    STUDENT   RESEACHER     UC  Irvine...and  Zhang  et  al.  2007).   BCI   research  on  visual  attention  has  produced  several   methods  for  using...further   research  using  this  attention  tracking   method   in  a  real  world  or  virtual

  19. Selected Abstracts of the 2nd International Workshop “Intensive Care of the Newborn”; Verona (Italy); March 9-10, 2018

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    Selected Abstracts of the 2nd International Workshop “Intensive Care of the Newborn”; Verona (Italy); March 9-10, 2018CONGRESS PRESIDENTPaolo Biban  Guest Editor: Paolo BibanABS 1. DOES DELAYED CORD CLAMPING (DCC) AFFECT UMBILICAL CORD pH IN PRETERM INFANTS? • V.M. Samedi, L. Irvine, S. Thomas, D. Kowal, J. Rabi, A. Stritzke, N. Singhal, A. Abou MehremABS 2. SNAP-PE SCORE. MORBIDITY AND MOR­TALI­TY INDEX IN NICUs • A. Konstantinidi, R. Sokou, S. Parastatidou, A. Tsantes, N. IacovidouABS 3. EA...

  20. Minutes of the Fiber Optics Standardization Planning Meeting Held at Dayton, Ohio on 1-3 August 1983.

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    1983-12-12

    produced. Cable was made in continuous 2 km lengths. The final cable was connectorized by Hughes with 6 terminal connectors. Figure 2. This is a...Bill Schumacher Ish Aggarwal Bill Jackman This task group is charged with rewrite of DOD-C-85045 cable spec as one of the detailed specs under the EIA...Pat Isaacs B.F. Goodrich 6100 Oaktree Blvd. 216-447-7642 Cleveland, OH 44131 Terry Jarnigan Hughes Aircraft 17150 VON Karman 714-660-5769 Irvine, CA