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  1. Jonathan Sladen (1957-2009)

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    2009-01-01

    We deeply regret to announce the death of Mr Jonathan Sladen on 19 May 2009. Mr Sladen, who was born on 9 February 1957, was a member of the BE Department and had worked at CERN since 1985. The Director-General has sent his family a message of condolence on behalf of the CERN personnel. Social Affairs Human Resources Department Jonathan made outstanding contributions to the success of the LEP collider. The fast timing system he developed for synchronizing the LEP RF system performed unfailingly and with excellent precision throughout the lifetime of the accelerator. He was a highly motivated member of the LEP RF team, participating enthusiastically in the huge task of maintaining the RF system in a state of peak operational availability for physics. He contributed to many important performance enhancements which allowed LEP to reach such high energies. Later in his career Jonathan took responsibility for the low level RF system of the CLIC Test Facility. Here he...

  2. Reflections on Jonathan Boston's Paper

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    Devine, Nesta

    2014-01-01

    In this article, Nesta Devine responds to Jonathan Boston's article "Child Poverty in New Zealand: Why It Matters and How It Can Be Reduced" ("Educational Philosophy and Theory," v46 n9 p995-999, 2014). Devine wishes to consider Boston's position from two angles: one is to rehearse the point that these statistics are an…

  3. Jan Koopman - 1957-2009

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    We deeply regret to announce the death of Mr Jan KOOPMAN on 31 October 2009. Mr Jan KOOPMAN, born on 28.07.1957, worked in the BE Department and had been employed at CERN since 16.09.1984. The Director-General has sent his family a message of condolence on behalf of the CERN staff. Social Affairs Human Resources Department At the age of 27 Jan was the last member of SPS-ABM group to be recruited in 1984 and, after a lengthy illness, he has now left us prematurely at the age of 52. As an electronics engineer, equally at home with analog and digital electronics or real-time microprocessor programming, Jan managed, thanks to his competence, professionalism, determination and enthusiasm, to develop, install and maintain many high-performance devices to measure beam characteristics. His human qualities, his moral and intellectual integrity, his love of life and his readiness to offer assistance in professional as well as in private life earned him a rapid integration into the team, of which he was a highl...

  4. Kateedrid ja katedraalid / Jonathan Wolff ; interv. Jüri Lipping

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    Wolff, Jonathan

    2005-01-01

    Vestlus tuntud poliitikafilosoofi Jonathan Wolffiga. Huvi tekkimine poliitilise mõtlemise vastu, poliitilise filosoofia traditsioonidest, poliitiline liberalism, analüütiline filosoofia, ajaloo suurnimed

  5. Studies in the syntax of Targum Jonathan to Samuel

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    Kuty, Renaud Jean

    2008-01-01

    This doctoral dissertation consists of a linguistic study of the Aramaic of Targum Jonathan. Targum Jonathan (and its twin Targum Onqelos) is a paraphrastic translation of the Hebrew Bible into Aramaic. Although it is usually recognized that it reached its final shape in Babylonia in the early

  6. Laughing Out Loud with Jonathan Coe: A Conversation

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    Guignery, Vanessa

    2016-01-01

    This conversation with Jonathan Coe took place at the École Normale Supérieure de Lyon on 15 October 2015. Part of the discussion focuses on Coe’s fictional production and part of it draws from essays included in Marginal Notes, Doubtful Statements. Non-Fiction, 1990-2013, a collection which contains pieces about such comic or satirical writers as Henry Fielding, Jonathan Swift, Laurence Sterne, B.S. Johnson, Alasdair Gray and David Nobbs, as well as musicians and film directors. The book com...

  7. The Ties that Bind: A Response to Jonathan Jansen

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    Sehoole, Chika Trevor

    2006-01-01

    In his critique of academic writing about and public consumption of government policy and law, Jonathan Jansen uses his argument of the symbolic functions of education law and education policy as a basis for explaining the lack of progress in achieving equity and justice under "Brown v. Board of Education" (1954) in the United States and…

  8. Agricultural Exposures, Multiple Myeloma Etiology: Profile of Jonathan Hofmann

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    Tenure-track investigator Jonathan Hofmann, Ph.D., M.P.H., has established a research program in the Occupational and Environmental Epidemiology Branch focused on the role of agricultural exposures in the etiology of multiple myeloma and other cancers, and on understanding the biological mechanisms that influence the development and progression of multiple myeloma.

  9. California: 'the Stem Cell State'. Interview with Jonathan Thomas.

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    Thomas, Jonathan

    2011-11-01

    We talked to Jonathan Thomas, newly elected Chairman of the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM), a few weeks into a role he describes as "the opportunity of the lifetime" to find out what he sees as the key goals for the CIRM and why patient advocates are so critical to the future of the Institute. Jonathan Thomas was elected as Chairman of the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) in June 2011, succeeding the Founder and former Chairman, Bob Klein. Thomas has had a successful career in finance and law and is a Co-Founding Partner at Saybrook Capital, an investment banking and private equity firm. His commitment to patient advocacy and keen interest in biological sciences, developed as a Biology Major at Yale, led him to stand for Chairman.

  10. The dispute between Jonathan Franzen and Oprah Winfrey

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    Nina Bostič

    2008-12-01

    Full Text Available Following the publication of Jonathan Franzen's The Corrections in September 2001, the novel was selected by Oprah's Book Club. Afterwards,  Franzen commented  negatively on the club's  previ­ ous selections, upon which the invitation was withdrawn. The objective of this paper is to investigate the reasons behind Franzen's negative response, the proceeding  media fall-out and the effects of the Winfrey - Franzen dispute.

  11. Texture, Textuality and Political Discourse: A Study of Lexical Cohesion in Nigeria's President Goodluck Jonathan's Inaugural Address, May, 2011

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    Enyi, Amaechi Uneke; Chitulu, Mark Ononiwu

    2015-01-01

    This study, entitled, "Texture and textuality in Political Discourse: A Study of Cohesive Devices in President Goodluck Jonathan's Inaugural Address-May, 2011" was an analysis of the lexical cohesive devices employed by Nigeria's President Goodluck Jonathan in crafting his May, 2011's Presidential Inaugural Address (PIA). Guided by the…

  12. A Pragma-Stylistic Analysis of President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan Inaugural Speech

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    Abuya, Eromosele John

    2012-01-01

    The study was an examination through the pragma-stylistic approach to meaning of the linguistic acts that manifest in the Inaugural Speech of Goodluck Ebele Jonathan as the democratically elected president in May 2011 General Elections in Nigeria. Hence, the study focused on speech acts type of locution, illocutionary and perlocutionary in the…

  13. Sulev Keedus : "Jonathan" on film esti indiaanlastest / Sulev Keedus ; interv. Ain Lember

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    Keedus, Sulev, 1957-

    2007-01-01

    Dokumentaalfilm "Jonathan Austraaliast" : režissöör ja operaator Sulev Keedus : F-Seitse 2007. Režissöör filmist, kaitstes end kohaliku rahva süüdistuste vastu filmis kujutatu ebaeetilisuse üle

  14. 78 FR 69663 - Jonathan and Jayne Chase Troy Mills Hydroelectric Inc.; Notice of Transfer of Exemption

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    2013-11-20

    ... Jayne Chase Troy Mills Hydroelectric Inc.; Notice of Transfer of Exemption 1. By letter filed October 15, 2013, Jonathan Chase informed the Commission that the exemption from licensing for the Troy Hydroelectric Project, FERC No. 13381, originally issued December 2, 2011,\\1\\ has been transferred to Troy Mills...

  15. The Devil in Mr. Smith: A Conversation with Jonathan Z. Smith

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    Smith, Jonathan Z.; Pearson, Thomas; Gallagher, Eugene V.; Jensen, Tim; Fujiwara, Satoko

    2014-01-01

    This interview was recorded in November 2012 in Jonathan Z. Smith's Hyde Park graystone. Professor Smith offers insights into how he thinks about his classroom teaching and his students' learning through descriptions of various assignments and classroom activities he has developed over more than forty years of teaching. The discussion…

  16. Filmiajakirjanike aasta filmi auhind jagati "Sügisballi" ja "Jonathan Austraaliast" vahel / Sulev Keedus ; interv. Jaanus Kulli

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    Keedus, Sulev, 1957-

    2008-01-01

    Eesti Filmiajakirjanike Ühing (EFÜ) nimetas 2007.a. filmi auhinna väärilisteks Veiko Õunpuu filmi "Sügisball" ja Sulev Keeduse dokumentaalfilmi "Jonathan Austraaliast". Intervjuu dokumentaalfilmi režissööriga

  17. Morphological Variation in the Imperfect of hewâ in Onqelos and Jonathan

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    Jerome A. Lund

    2018-06-01

    Full Text Available Two morphological types of the imperfect of the verb hewâ appear in Onqelos and Jonathan, namely yihwê and yehê. While the two types distinguish gender in the plural, they do not do so in the singular. Statistically, the waw type is marginal in the second and third persons singular, but well attested in the first person singular. The use of the waw type in the singular appears to be conditioned by stylistic considerations, being employed to give the impression of solemnity. It is suggested that the waw type reflects the language of the proto-targum from which it was retained.

  18. Feyz Kashani and Jonathan Edwards on the Place of Heart in Religious Knowledge

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    Saham Asadinia

    2014-08-01

    Full Text Available This essay seeks to summarize and compare the theological ideas of Jonathan Edwards, a western philosopher, with those of Feyz Kashani, an eastern philosopher. The reason for this study is the numerous conjunctions that are seen in their ideas. These include the harmony of heart and reason in respect to belief, the priority of the heart in the reflection of truth, the belief in centrality of the religion of heart, the necessity of divine grace in the flow of religious knowledge, the emphasis on the esoteric side of religion as opposed to the exoteric side, and the importance of a practical approach to religion. Significant differences also exist between their ideas. For instance, Edwards believes that human nature is sinful and corrupted while Feyz does not believe this is true. Furthermore, Feyz interprets the path of heart to be based on reason, while Edwards has a different point of view.

  19. Ökoküla on nähtamatu / Jonathan Dawson ; tõlk. Kaarel Kressa

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    Dawson, Jonathan

    2008-01-01

    Ökoküla ei tähenda üksnes tuulegeneraatoreid ja murukatuseid. Ökokülas on vähemalt sama tähtis, kuidas inimesed omavahel ja loodusega suhtlevad, seletab ülemaailmse ökokogukondade võrgustiku president Jonathan Dawson Shotimaa Findhorni ökokülast

  20. A Persistent Reformer: Jonathan Kozol's Work to Promote Equality in America. Adolescent Cultures, School and Society. Volume 59

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    Ognibene, Richard, Ed.

    2012-01-01

    Jonathan Kozol has been a leading educational critic and social activist since 1967 when "Death at an Early Age," his book about racism in Boston's schools, was published and won a National Book Award. Since then, Kozol has written eleven more books which focus on such issues as segregation in schools and society, poverty, inequitable school…

  1. 76 FR 31955 - Jonathan and Jayne Chase; Notice of Application Accepted for Filing With the Commission, Intent...

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    2011-06-02

    .... c. Date filed: July 23, 2010. d. Applicant: Jonathan and Jayne Chase. e. Name of Project: Troy Hydropower Project. f. Location: On the Missisquoi River, in the Town of Troy, Orleans County, Vermont. The... filing and is now ready for environmental analysis. l. Project Description: The Troy Project would...

  2. The two-source illusion: How vidding practices changed Jonathan McIntosh's political remix videos [symposium

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    Martin Leduc

    2012-03-01

    Full Text Available In an interview with Henry Jenkins, Jonathan McIntosh named fannish vidding as a key influence on two of his more recent video remixes. I took a more detailed look at precisely how these two videos intertwine vidding practices with those of political remix video (PRV, and to what effect.

  3. [Jonathan Swift's asylum in Dublin--Ireland's introduction to institutional psychiatry 250 years ago].

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    Reuber, M

    1995-09-01

    250 years ago, the satirical writer and clergyman Jonathan Swift from Dublin (1667-1745) founded the first Irish lunatic asylum. Rejecting the theories put forward by the English philosopher Thomas Hobbes and the doctor Thomas Willis, he was influenced by the ideas of the Scottish doctor and the "enlightened" thinker John Locke. Swift's St. Patrick's Hospital did not, however, realise a new philosophical concept: architecture and therapeutic approach of the new institution were clearly modelled on the much older Hospital of St. Mary of Bethlehem ( = Bedlam). Despite its conservative conceptual basis, the first institution dedicated to the mentally ill and intellectually subnormal in Ireland became a starting point for the apparantly unstoppable expansion of the, at one time, most comprehensive asylum system in the world. After Swift's Hospital had been enlarged twice at the tax-payers' expense (1778, 1793), the administration decided to relieve the institution by erecting the Richmond Asylum (1810), the first public asylum in Ireland. When this establishment also became overcrowded, in 1817, legislation was passed which led to the establishment of the oldest system of public asylums in Europe.

  4. Frontiers of Knowledge: An Interview with 2017 Edward Novitski Prize Recipient Jonathan Hodgkin.

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    Hodgkin, Jonathan

    2017-12-01

    The Genetics Society of America's Edward Novitski Prize recognizes a single experimental accomplishment or a body of work in which an exceptional level of creativity and intellectual ingenuity has been used to design and execute scientific experiments to solve a difficult problem in genetics. The 2017 winner, Jonathan Hodgkin, used elegant genetic studies to unravel the sex determination pathway in Caenorhabditis elegans He inferred the order of genes in the pathway and their modes of regulation using epistasis analyses-a powerful tool that was quickly adopted by other researchers. He expanded the number and use of informational suppressor mutants in C. elegans that are able to act on many genes. He also introduced the use of collections of wild C. elegans to study naturally occurring genetic variation, paving the way for SNP mapping and QTL analysis, as well as studies of hybrid incompatibilities between worm species. His current work focuses on nematode-bacterial interactions and innate immunity. Copyright © 2017 by the Genetics Society of America.

  5. Emerging Forms of the Part II of Jonathan Swift's Novel “Gulliver’s Travels”

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    Svitlana Tikhonenko

    2017-11-01

    Full Text Available The article is devoted to the study of grotesque forms in Jonathan Swift's novel "Gulliver’s Travels" based on the text of part II of the novel "A Voyage to Brobdingnag". On the basis of the selected actual material, displays of the grotesque elements in the semantic field of the work’s text are traced. The grotesque world of the novel is the author's model of mankind, in which J. Swift presents his view not only on the state of the modern system of England, but also on the nature of man in general, reveals the peculiarities of the psychology of human nature, especially human socialization. In part II, the author continues to develop a complex and contradictory picture of human existence in front of the reader, the world of giants appears as an ambivalent system in which the features of an ideal society and ideal ruler, in author’s opinion, with the ugly face of man and society, are marvelously combined.

  6. Elu- ja mõtterännakud, minemised ja saatmised / Kaljo Põllu ; interv. Jonathan Roper, Marika Alver

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    Põllu, Kaljo, 1934-2010

    2007-01-01

    Kaljo Põllu oma kunstiõpingutest, loomingust, tööst Tartu Ülikooli kunstikabineti juhatajana, käikudest soomeugrilaste juurde, soome-ugri ekpeditsioonide korraldamisest kunstiinstituudis, ekspeditsioonide mõjust üliõpilaste mõtteviisile ja kunstile, rühmitusest Ydi, soomeugrilisusest eemaldumisest. Leedsi ülikooli inglise filoloogia lektor Jonathan Rops on käinud koos EKA üliõpilastega ekspeditsioonidel 1998., 1999. ja 2003. aastal

  7. Carly L. Crouch & Jonathan Stökl (eds.: In the Name of God. The Bible in the Colonial Discourse of Empire

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    Judith Becker

    2015-11-01

    Full Text Available This contribution offers a review of Carly L. Crouch & Jonathan Stökl (eds.: In the Name of God. The Bible in the Colonial Discourse of Empire, Biblical Interpretation Series 126. Leiden: Brill, 2014. viii and 192 pages, € 98, ISBN 978-900-425-8334.

  8. JONATHAN׳S TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP IN NIGERIA ...

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    leaders, leaders that are more than accomplished administrators and managers. They need .... (1999), leadership is both the adhesive that bind a work group together and the ... profound effect on their followers׳ beliefs regarding what the organization should become. ..... understandable, precise, powerful and engaging.

  9. Jonathan's Constitutional Conference in Nigeria

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    2013-10-01

    Oct 1, 2013 ... Adeniyi S. Basiru is an independent researcher and a PhD candidate ... constitution-making are fundamentally the exclusive reserve of the elites, ..... agenda must be situated against the background of events that heralded his.

  10. June, 2014 Page JONATHAN O. CHIMAKONAM'S CONCEPT

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    in the span of attention, through a variation in time. He states: Though .... people tend to see the bodily identity criterion as more plausible. Aristotle is ..... A was known to Mr. B as a handsome young man, and in his later life was known by Mr. C ...

  11. Rossii ne nuzhna milost Zapada / Jonathan Steele

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    Steele, Jonathan

    2007-01-01

    Autori hinnangul on Vladimir Putin andnud Venemaale sõltumatuse ja uue rolli rahvusvahelisel areenil. Aeg, mil Läänel oli võimalus avaldada mõju Venemaa sisemisele arengule, on möödas. Tuleb leppida Venemaa sõltumatusega ning mõista, et Venemaasse tuleb suhtuda vähemalt nii, nagu suhtutakse Hiinasse - kui majanduslikku ja strateegilisse giganti

  12. Ne nuzhno "gazovoi NATO" / Jonathan Steele

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    Steele, Jonathan

    2006-01-01

    Autori sõnul on energiaressursside eksport Venemaa uus jõud, kuid see ei tähenda, et Venemaa hakkab seda jõudu kasutama vastutustundetult. Euroopal oleks kasulik sõlmida Venemaaga pikaajalised lepingud energeetilise ahela kõigi etappide kohta. Autor leiab, et need, kes tahavad Venemaa lahkumist G8-st, ei mõista selle ühenduse eesmärki

  13. Ikyaan and Amua Workshops *Desen Jonathan MBACHAG

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    clinic based delivery because most women felt no harm in delivering with an .... as cultural beliefs and behaviours being in the forefront. In view of this, there is an ... leads to self-motivated action; and Theatre for Development (TfD) comes handy in this ..... This led to the discussion of HIV/AIDS on a large scale. Discussions ...

  14. Arensky. Silhouettes (Suite N 2), Op. 23 / Jonathan Swain

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    Swain, Jonathan

    1991-01-01

    Uuest heliplaadist "Arensky. Silhouettes (Suite N 2), Op. 23. Scrjabin. Symphony N 3 in C minor, Op. 43 "Le divin poeme". Danish National Radio Symphony Orchestra. Neeme Järvi. Chandos cassette ABTD 1509; CD CHAN 8898 (66 minutes)

  15. Teaching Economics Using Historical Novels: Jonathan Harr's "The Lost Painting"

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    Cotti, Chad; Johnson, Marianne

    2012-01-01

    Undergraduate students are often interested in and benefit greatly from applications of economic principles. Historical novels drawn from real-world situations can engage students with economic concepts in new ways and provide a useful tool to help enhance instruction. In this article, the authors discuss the use of historical novels generally in…

  16. Jonathan's transformational leadership in Nigeria: Lessons from the ...

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    The issue of getting the right leadership to propel national growth and prosperity has been in the forefront of national debate in the last decade. Countries that desire to develop need special kind of leaders, leaders that are more than accomplished administrators and managers. They need leaders that have some charisma ...

  17. Daniel et Jonathan Boyarin, Pouvoirs de Diaspora. Essai sur la pertinence de la culture juive

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    Vidal, Daniel

    2008-01-01

    Diaspora – dissémination, dispersion, destitution d’identité ? – ou recomposition fébrile d’une « singularité » assujettie à la mémoire d’une parole reconstruite en son ritualisme, et la nostalgie d’un sol dépossédé ? L’ouvrage de D. et J. Boyarin s’inscrit dans un mouvement plus large de critique de cette double conception « négative » du « fait diasporique ». La thèse autour de laquelle s’organisent leurs analyses fonde la « condition d’apatride » comme ouverture à des stratégies de « régén...

  18. Maailmas pole enam ühtki riski? / Jonathan Compton ; tõlk. Villu Zirnask

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    Compton, Jonathan

    2006-01-01

    Autori sõnul on aktsia- ja võlakirjaturud hinnanud sõjaväelist riigipööret Tais ja Põhja-Korea saamist tuumariigiks triviaalseteks ja globaalseid riske vähendavaks. Riski hind näib praegusel ajal olevat pöördvõrdelises seoses olukorraga riigis. Kindel on, et praegu on ohtlik aeg osta arenevate turgude võlakirju, osta Bulgaaria kinnisvara, riskifondide fonde, indeksifonde ja muid investeeringuid

  19. Ootamatult Rosnefti aktsionäriks / Jonathan Compton ; tõlk. Villu Zirnask

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    Compton, Jonathan

    2006-01-01

    Autor leiab, et Rosnefti aktsiamüügi prospekti riskide loetelust puudub võtmerisk, nimelt president ja tema kaastöötajad on mõnikord ilma eelneva hoiatuseta kaasa aidanud ettevõtte varade ülekantimisele ühe grupi käest teise kätte. See võib praeguse presidendi langemise või errumineku korral korduda samamoodi nagu eelmise võimuvahetuse ajal

  20. Brahms J. Hungarian Dances. London Symphony Orchestra, Neeme Järvi / Jonathan Swain

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    Swain, Jonathan

    1991-01-01

    Uuest heliplaadist "Brahms J. Hungarian Dances. London Symphony Orchestra, Neeme Järvi. Chandos MC ABTD 1496; CD CHAN 8885 (57 minutes). Brahms J. Hungarian Dances. Staatskapelle Berlin. Otmar Suitner." Denon CD CO- 74597 (53 minutes)

  1. Taasleitud kadunud ja unustatud kino / Jonathan L. Owen ; tõlkinud Eva Näripea

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    Owen, Jonathan L.

    2011-01-01

    Arvustus: Via Transversa : Lost cinema of the former Eastern bloc. Eds. Eva Näripea, Andreas Trossek. Special issue of Koht ja paik/Place and location :Studies in environmental aesthetics and semiotics VII. Tallinn, 2008

  2. The compleat lawyer - medical law as practical reasoning : doctrine, empiricism, and engagement / Jonathan Montgomery

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    Montgomery, Jonathan

    2012-01-01

    Ajakirjanumber on pühendatud briti meditsiiniõiguse professori Margaret Brazieri töödele ja tegevusele erinevatelt teemadel: patsiendi õigused meditsiiniliste otsuste langetamiseks, asendusemadus, biomeditsiin ja loote õiguslikust staatusest, abordist ja vastavast seadusandlusest Hispaanias, patsiendi autonoomiast

  3. Voter polarization, strength of partisanship, and support for extremist parties / Lawrence Ezrow, Margit Tavits, Jonathan Homola

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    Ezrow, Lawrence

    2014-01-01

    Artikkel käsitleb, kuidas valijaskonna polariseerumine ja poolehoid teatud erakonnale mõjutab valimistulemusi ning kuidas on sellega seotud suhtumine äärmusparteidesse. Analüüs haarab 21 Euroopa ja anglo-ameerika ning 10 postsotsialistlikku demokraatiat

  4. Miks projektivõrgustikud projektmeeskondadele tuule alla teevad ? / Jonathan Cummings, Carol Pletscher

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    Cummings, Jonatahan

    2011-01-01

    Õige ja asjakohase oskusteabe leidmise keerukusest teadmistemahukate meeskonnaprojektide realiseerimisel. Projektvõrgustike analüüs. Skeemid: Mille poolest finaalijõudnud meeskonnad erinesid?, Kuidas projektvõrgustikud laiendavad meeskonna haaret?, Kuidas kasutada projektvõrgustikke?

  5. Kuidas ettevõtete loomine võib majanduskasvu pidurdada / Jonathan Moules

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    Moules, Jonathan

    2005-01-01

    Autor tutvustab London Business School'i ja Ühendriikide Babson College'i iga-aastase uuringu Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) tulemusi. Projekt on suurim iga-aastane ettevõtluse kaardistamise projekt, mis hõlmab 34 riiki ja 784 miljonit töötajat. Lisa: Ettevõtlikkus

  6. "Recognition", acceptance and enforcement of authentic instruments in the Succession Regulation / Jonathan Fitchen

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    Fitchen, Jonathan

    2012-01-01

    Euroopa Parlamendi ja nõukogu määrusest 650/2012, mis käsitleb kohtualluvust, kohaldatavat õigust ning otsuste tunnustamist ja täitmist, ametlike dokumentide vastuvõtmist ja täitmist pärimisasjades ning Euroopa pärimistunnistuse loomist

  7. Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 5 in E minor, Op. 64 / Jonathan Swain

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    Swain, Jonathan

    1994-01-01

    Uuest heliplaadist "Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 5 in E minor, Op. 64; Rimsky-Korsakov: Russian Easter Festival Overture, Op. 36. Philharmonia Orchestra / Giuseppe Sinopoli; Overture - selected comparison: Gothenburg SO, Järvi (3/91) DG 429984-2GH

  8. Brahms J. Piano Quartet No 1 in G minor, Op. 25 (orch. Schoenberg) / Jonathan Swain

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    Swain, Jonathan

    1991-01-01

    Uuest heliplaadist "Brahms J. Piano Quartet No 1 in G minor, Op. 25 (orch. Schoenberg). Variations and Fugue on a Theme by Händel, Op. 24 (orch, Rubbra). London Symphony Orchestra /Neeme Järvi" Chandos ABTD 1450; CD CHAN 8825 (71 minutes)

  9. Diminution and Magnification: Gothic Images in Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels (1726

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    Baker Mohammad Jamil Bani-Khair

    2017-11-01

    Full Text Available This paper studies two significant techniques in Jonathon Swift's Gulliver's Travels (1726 which are diminution and magnification as influential devices which show gothic and supernatural images throughout the whole novel. The paper investigated and analyzed the supernatural images in terms of the gothic fantasy and its elements such as the ones that relate to the sublime, horror, and exotic images. The study concluded that the use of those two techniques of diminution and magnification tend to create several and various effects on the plot, characters, and the narrative development which increase the level of suspense in a critical framework.

  10. Hindemith: Symphonic Metamorphosis on Themes of Carl Maria von Weber / Jonathan Swain

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    Swain, Jonathan

    1990-01-01

    Uuest heliplaadist "Hindemith: Symphonic Metamorphosis on Themes of Carl Maria von Weber, Mathis der Maler - Symphony, Nobilissima visione - suite. Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Yoel Levi" Telarc/ Conifer CD 80 195

  11. Didáctica De La Lectoescritura Universitaria: Dos Reseñas a Jonathan Potter

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    Juan Pablo Hincapié

    2017-09-01

    Full Text Available El objetivo de este artículo es proponer, a modo de estrategia didáctica en el proceso lectoescritural de los estudiantes, una introducción a la construcción y formulación de informes de lectura y reseñas en el contexto universitario. Se postulan dos aproximaciones en forma de reseñas académicas a la obra de Potter. La primera reseña, de tipo descriptiva, intentar ser fiel al contenido y estructura expositiva del autor; en tanto que la segunda reseña, de tipo crítica, plantea algunos cuestionamientos directos sobre la obra referida e intenciones subyacentes en la producción del autor. Se concluye que la didáctica en la lectoescritura posibilita la construcción de pensamiento y potencia procesos de formación universitaria.

  12. Time and crime: which cold-case investigations should be reheated? / Jonathan A. Hughes, Monique Jonas

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    2015-01-01

    Kriminaalmenetluse eesmärkidest ja tõendamisest; ideest (taas)uurida ajaloolisi, avalikkuse jätkuva huvi all olevaid kuritegusid (nt Rappija Jackiga seonduv) praegusaegsete tehnoloogiliste vahenditega

  13. 76 FR 58805 - Notice of Availability of Environmental Assessment; Jonathan and Jayne Chase

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    2011-09-22

    ... hydropower project exemption for the Troy Hydroelectric Project, to be located on the Missisquoi River, in the Town of Troy in Orleans County, Vermont, and has prepared an Environmental Assessment (EA). In the...

  14. Prokofiev: Symphony No. 6 in E flat, Op. 111 / Jonathan Swain

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    Swain, Jonathan

    1994-01-01

    Uuest heliplaadist "Prokofiev: Symphony No. 6 in E flat, Op. 111; Stravinsky:Petrushka (1911 version). Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra / Evgeny Mravinsky; Prokofiev - selected comparison: SNO, Järvi (7/85)(CHAN) CHAN 8359

  15. Stravinsky: Symphony in E flat, Op. 1. Firebird-Suite (1919 version / Jonathan Swain

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    1994-01-01

    Uuest heliplaadist "Stravinsky: Symphony in E flat, Op. 1. Firebird-Suite (1919 version). Royal Philharmonic Orchestra / Dalia Atlas; Symphony - comparative versions: SNO, Gibson. SRO, Järvi (2/94)(CHAN) CHAN 9236

  16. Pressing reset on Moscow is worth a little Nato anxiety / Jonathan Steele

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    Steele, Jonathan

    2009-01-01

    USA president Barack Obama on avaldanud soovi vajutada USA-Vene suhetes reset-nuppu. Eesti president Toomas Hendrik Ilves ütles NATO tippkohtumise eelõhtul kuivalt, et arvutil reset-nuppu vajutades ei kustu mällu salvestatud failid siiski ära. President T. H. Ilvese teravast sõnavõtust president Lennart Meri konverentsi avamisel Tallinnas

  17. Bushi hämmastav saavutus / Jonathan Freedland ; tõlk. Märt Väljataga

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    2007-01-01

    USA presidendi G. W. Bushi ja tema administratsiooni välispoliitika, eriti ebaõnnestunud Iraagi invasioon, on halvendanud Ameerika positsiooni maailmas ja muutnud riigi pigem haavatavamaks kui turvalisemaks. Arvamusartikkel kolmest raamatust: Chalmers Johnson. Nemesis : The Last Days of the American Republic. Metropolitan Books, 2007; Zbigniew Brzezinski. Second chance : Three Presidents and the Crisis of American Superpower. Basic Books, 2007; Dennis Ross. Statecraft and How to Restore America's Standing in the World. Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2007

  18. Arhitektuur ja keha : materiaalsus, liikumine, tähendus = Architecture and the Body : Materiality, Movement and Meaning / Jonathan A. Hale

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    2006-01-01

    Hoone seosest looja ja kasutajaga, arhitektuuri kogemise kehalisest aspektist. Praktilise näitena analüüsitakse Nottinghami ülikooli viienda ja kuuenda kursuse arhitektuuriüliõpilaste projekti, mille eesmärgiks oli leida uusi arhitektuuri eksponeerimise viise, lähtudes eeldusest, et inimkeha ja ümbritsevat maailma seob olemuslik jätkuvus. Bibl. lk. 27

  19. Review of ‘The Governance of Rangelands’ edited by Pedro M Herrera, Jonathan Davies and Pablo Manzano Baena

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    2017-11-01

    Full Text Available Book details Herrera, PM; Davies, J and Manzano Baena P The Governance of Rangelands: Collective action for sustainable pastoralism Routledge, London and New York, 2014 298 pages, ISBN 9781138785144

  20. 75 FR 47585 - Jonathan and Jayne Chase; Notice of Application Tendered for Filing With the Commission and...

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    .... e. Name of Project: Troy Hydroelectric Project. f. Location: On the Missisquoi River, in the Town of Troy, Orleans County, Vermont. The project would not occupy lands of the United States. g. Filed... application is not ready for environmental analysis at this time. n. The Troy Project would consist of: (1...

  1. Jonathan F. Reichert and Barbara Wolff-Reichert Award for Excellence in Advanced Laboratory Instruction: Advanced Instructional Labs: Why Bother?

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    What aren't we teaching about physics in the traditional lecture course? Plenty! By offering the Advanced Laboratory Course, we hope to shed light on the following questions: How do we develop a systematic process of doing experiments? How do we record procedures and results? How should we interpret theoretical concepts in the real world? What experimental and computational techniques are available for producing and analyzing data? With what degree of confidence can we trust our measurements and interpretations? How well does a theory represent physical reality? How do we collaborate with experimental partners? How do we best communicate our findings to others?These questions are of fundamental importance to experimental physics, yet are not generally addressed by reading textbooks, attending lectures or doing homework problems. Thus, to provide a more complete understanding of physics, we offer laboratory exercises as a supplement to the other modes of learning. The speaker will describe some examples of experiments, and outline the history, structure and student impressions of the Advanced Lab course at the University of Chicago Department of Physics.

  2. One Million Climate Jobs or 528 Megatons of Greenhouse Gases? An interview with Jonathan Neale and Nancy Lindisfarne

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    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available An interview addresses one of the currently most important environmental and political iniciatives in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – the One million Climate Jobs Campaign. An extensive programme of change, which was prepared as part of this campaign, is discussed and with it many of the political and socio-economic areas that are affected by climate change and that thus directly alter human life. The interlocutors reveal how the barriers to solving the problem of pollution stem from our reality – capitalism and its corresponding organisation of the economy and society. Special attention is also given to the fact that some of the world’s crises are usually the consequence of interests of the fossil fuels elites and the profits inevitably connected to them. All this means that in order to achieve any real changes in the ways we treat our planet, what is needed is radical social transformation.

  3. [Rets. rmt. : Stefan Halper, Jonathan Clarke. America Alone : The Neo-Conservatives and the Global Order. Cambridge 2004] / Maria Mälksoo

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    2005-01-01

    Traditsiooniliste konservatiivide S. Halperi ja J. Clarki raamat harutab lahti neokonservatiivse ilmavaate, selle liikumise kujunemise ja mõjuvõimu laienemise ning näitavad, kuidas uuskonservatiivid võtsid võimu USA Riigidepartemangus ja Pentagonis

  4. Knowing More by Knowing Less? A Reading of Give Me Everything You Have. On Being Stalked by James Lasdun, London: Jonathan Cape, 2013.

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    Armstrong, Neil

    2017-09-01

    James Lasdun's memoir of being stalked, Give Me Everything You Have, has provoked considerable controversy. Whilst the quality of the writing is widely praised, some critics object to the way Lasdun documents in unsparing detail his experiences without taking any account of the stalker's apparent mental health problems. There are ethical and conceptual problems with Lasdun's approach, but side-stepping medical knowledge and relying on what we might call common sense help Lasdun to find ways to interpret his stalker's actions as meaningful and human. I suggest three interlinked implications concerning: medicalization, stigma, and the relationship between ethics and scientific knowledge.

  5. Newspaper representations of mental illness and the impact of the reporting of "events" on social policy: the "framing" of Isabel Schwarz and Jonathan Zito.

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    Paterson, B

    2006-06-01

    Concerns have been raised internationally about the role of the media in influencing public opinion and by implication, social policy on mental health issues. In particular, anxieties have been expressed that an "excessive" focus by the news media on violence in association with mental illness may reinforce pre-existing stereotypes and by escalating public concerns lead to the adoption of policies which place a high priority on the safety of the public. Such assertions are often contained in the numerous studies that record a seemingly disproportionate number of stories featuring violence in association with mental health. What is, however, almost invariably lacking is a developed theory of agency that explains how or why such depictions of mental illness might exert an influence on social policy. This paper critically examines the potential significance of the way in which responsibility for events is constructed for social policy by means of a discourse analysis, inspired by the genealogical work of Michel Foucault. It uses the device of "frames" originally developed by Goffman to explore the nature of newspaper coverage of two deaths to which causal responsibility for changes in the nature of English social policy in mental health has been attributed. Results presented suggest that attempts to assert a causal influence between media coverage and changes in the nature of social policy must engage with the question of agency.

  6. Comment on "Nanosecond laser textured superhydrophobic metallic surfaces and their chemical sensing applications" by Duong V. Ta, Andrew Dunn, Thomas J. Wasley, Robert W. Kay, Jonathan Stringer, Patrick J. Smith, Colm Connaughton, Jonathan D. Shephard (Appl. Surf. Sci. 357 (2015) 248-254)

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    Boinovich, L. B.; Emelyanenko, A. M.; Emelyanenko, K. A.; Domantovsky, A. G.; Shiryaev, A. A.

    2016-08-01

    Nowadays the problem of design of durable ecologically friendly superhydrophobic surfaces is of great importance for science and technology. A recent paper in Applied Surface Science reports the method of fabricating the superhydrophobic metallic surfaces by infrared nanosecond laser surface texturing without using hydrophobic agents. Since this method of surface texturing can be considered as one of the most suitable for various industrial applications, the nature of superhydrophobic state of surfaces produced by laser texturing in the abovementioned paper deserves to be analyzed in detail. Authors of the commented paper attributed the change in wettability to the partial deoxidation of CuO into Cu2O on the surface during storage in atmosphere. However, such interpretation of the results contradicts to the basic notions in the theory of wetting and to more accurate and detailed data. In our Comment we discuss these contradictions point by point.

  7. Interview with Jonathan Hill, Political Secretary to John Major: “A Journey into Political Communication” Entretien avec Jonathan Hill, Secrétaire politique de John Major : « Itinéraire de la communication politique »

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    Jonathan Hill

    2004-03-01

    Full Text Available This interview aims at assessing the internal organisation of the Conservative Party and how policy making, election campaigning and communication strategy are worked out. Its purpose is also to suggest the political advisers’ role and influence in these three domains.David Haigron: There are two issues I would like to broach with you. My first question is about your role as a member of the Policy Unit and as John Major’s Political Secretary. And the second aspect I would like to talk about w...

  8. [Raamat] / Elina Kalm

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    Kalm, Elina

    2007-01-01

    Tutvustus: Stroud, Jonathan. Samarkandi amulett / tlk. Bibi Raid. Tallinn : Pegasus, 2005 ; Stroud, Jonathan. Golemi silm / tlk. Bibi Raid. Tallinn : Pegasus, 2007 ; Stroud, Jonathan. Ptolemaiose värav / tlk. Bibi Raid. Tallinn : Pegasus, 2007. (Bartimaeuse triloogia ; 1-3)

  9. Never Die Alone: Death and Birth in Pure Land Buddhism : Jonathan Watts and Yoshiharu Tomatsu, editors, 2008, Jodo Shu Press (Tokyo, 978-4-883-63041-7, 175 pp.).

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    Maymind, Ilana

    2017-09-01

    This is a review of a collection of six essays. These essays, with the exception of one, are written by the followers of Shin Buddhism (Pure Land Buddhism). The last essay in this collection is written from the perspective of Theravada Buddhism rather than Mahayana Buddhism. This collection is a result of the initiative by Rev. Yoshiharu Tomatsu who, as a Buddhist priest, has acquired hands-on experience in dealing with grieving Temple members and became acutely aware of the discrepancy between a medical system and a ritualistic Buddhist system. While a medical system overlooks the spiritual needs of the dying, a Buddhist temple system neglects the spiritual needs of the living. This book ensued from a project that was initiated in 2006 and focused on the above-mentioned missing links, aiming to bring into conversation medical and religious practitioners.

  10. Ametnikule kohustuslik! / Siim Sukles

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    Sukles, Siim

    2007-01-01

    Rets. rmt: Lynn, Jonathan, Jay, Anthony. Jah, härra minister / tlk. Juhan Kahk. Tallinn : Varrak, 2007 ; Lynn, Jonathan, Jay, Anthony. Jah, härra peaminister / tlk. Juhan Kahk. Tallinn : Varrak, 2007

  11. Learning and change in organisations

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    Chemi, Tatiana

    2013-01-01

    Review of: Ian W. King & Jonathan Vickery (Eds.), Experiencing Organisations. New Aesthetic perspectives, Faringdon, Libri Publishing, 2013.......Review of: Ian W. King & Jonathan Vickery (Eds.), Experiencing Organisations. New Aesthetic perspectives, Faringdon, Libri Publishing, 2013....

  12. Long-Term Follow-up of Modular Metallic Radial Head Replacement: Commentary on an article by Jonathan P. Marsh, MD, FRCSC, et al.: "Radial Head Fractures Treated with Modular Metallic Radial Head Replacement: Outcomes at a Mean Follow-up of Eight Years".

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    Mansat, Pierre

    2016-01-01

    Radial head arthroplasty is used to stabilize the joint after a complex acute radial head fracture that is not amenable for fixation or to treat sequelae of radial head fractures. Most of the currently used radial head prostheses are metallic monoblock implants that are not consistently adaptable and raise technical challenges since their implantation requires lateral elbow subluxation. Metallic modular radial head arthroplasty implants available in various head and stem sizes have been devel...

  13. Análisis del síndrome del cuidador primario en madres de niños y niñas de 0 a 2 años con parálisis cerebral de la Fundación Jonathan.

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    Toledo Enríquez, Karla Tamara

    2012-01-01

    This study focuses primary caregiver syndrome in mothers of children aged 0-2 years with cerebral palsy are interested in knowing the impact the diagnosis has on mothers and determine the discomforts associated with the role of caring for these children / as . We investigate five mothers caregivers, investigating sociodemographic information, the level of stress and strain, overload, and the health status and relevant information that allowed the hypothesis to answer. Este estudio se centr...

  14. Library and Informatics Training May Improve Question Formulation among Public Health Practitioners, A Review of: Eldredge, Jonathan D., Richard Carr, David Broudy, and Ronald E. Voorhees. “The Effect of Training on Question Formulation among Public Health Practitioners: Results from a Randomized Controlled Trial.” Journal of the Medical Library Association 96.4 (2008: 299‐309.

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    Heather Ganshorn

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available Objective – To determine whether providing library and informatics training to public health professionals would increase the number and sophistication of work‐related questions asked by these workers.Design – Randomized controlled trial.Setting – New Mexico Department of Health.Subjects – Public health professionals from a variety of professions, including “administrators, disease prevention specialists, epidemiologists, health educators, nurses, nutritionists, physicians, program directors, and social workers” (301. Only staff from the New Mexico Department of Health were eligible to participate.Methods – All subjects received a three‐hour training session on finding evidence based public health information, with a focus on using PubMed. Two sessions were offered, two weeks apart. Participants were randomized to either an intervention group, which received instruction on the first date, or a control group, which received instruction on the second date. The intervening two weeks constitute the study period, in which both groups were surveyed by e‐mail about their work‐related question generation. Three times per week, subjects received e‐mail reminders asking them to submit survey responses regarding all questions that had arisen in their practice, along with information about their attempts to answer them. Questions were tallied, and totals were compared between the two groups. Questions were also analysed for level of sophistication, and classified by the investigators as either “background” questions, which are asked when one has little knowledge of the field, and can usually be answered using textbooks or other reference sources, or “foreground” questions, which are often asked when an individual is familiar with the subject, and looking for more sophisticated information that is usually found in journals and similar sources. This scheme for classifying questions was developed by Richardson and Mulrow.Main Results – The investigators found differences in both the number and sophistication of the questions asked between the control and intervention groups. The control group averaged only 0.69 questions per participant during the two‐week observation period, while the intervention group averaged 1.24 questions. Investigators also found that a higher percentage of the questions asked by the intervention group were foreground questions (50.0%, versus 42.9% for the control group. However, when two‐tailed t‐test analysis was performed on both the frequency of questions and the level of sophistication, the findings were not statistically significant within a 95% confidence interval.Conclusion – This study suggests that library and informatics training for public health professionals may increase the number of questions that they ask on work‐related topics, and also the sophistication of these questions. However, more studies need to be done to confirm these findings. The authors suggest that replication of the study would be useful, particularly as Hurricanes Katrina and Rita interfered with their ability to recruit and retain participants. They also suggest that studies be conducted on other training methods to see which are most effective at motivating users to seek information. Finally, the authors suggest that a prospective cohort study might be a useful method for predicting the effect of training on participants’ motivation to pursue answers to their questions.

  15. Liberalistlik sissejuhatus poliitilisse filosoofiasse / Tanel Vallimäe, Peeter Selg

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    Vallimäe, Tanel, 1975-

    2008-01-01

    Vastukaja arvustusele: Reiland, Indrek. Normatiivse poliitikafilosoofia peateemad (Rets. rmt.: Wolff, Jonathan. Sissejuhatus poliitikafilosoofiasse / tlk. Tiiu Hallap. Tartu, 2005). Akadeemia, 2008, nr. 4, lk. 880-883

  16. 78 FR 9067 - Receipt of Applications for Endangered Species Permits

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    2013-02-07

    ... County, Alabama. Permit Application Number: TE-91366A Applicant: Dr. Paul Stewart, Troy, Alabama...: TE-91373A Applicant: Jonathan Miller, Troy, Alabama. Applicant requests authorization to take...

  17. 75 FR 13176 - Self-Regulatory Organizations; National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc. (n/k/a Financial...

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    2010-03-18

    ... Regulation of Securities, Business Law Section, American Bar Association (ABA), to Jonathan Katz, Secretary... Securities, Business Law Section, American Bar Association, to Jonathan Katz, Secretary, SEC, dated January 4... of the receipt of investment banking business would violate the spinning provision. Instead, FINRA is...

  18. Kurjategijate moonded / Erkki Luuk

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    Luuk, Erkki, 1971-

    2003-01-01

    Hannibal Lecteri kuju Anthony Hopkinsi kehastuses Thomas Harrise romaanide alusel loodud triloogias "Voonakeste vaikimine" (Jonathan Demme, 1991), "Hannibal" (Ridley Scott, 2001) ja "Punane draakon" (Brett Ratner, 2002). Lisatud režissööride Jonathan Demme, Ridley Scotti ja Brett Ratneri filmograafiad lk. 102

  19. Fra depressiv til tragisk realist

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    Rosengaard, Hans Ulrik

    2012-01-01

    Med udgangspunkt i Jonathan Franzens essay "Why bother?" og nedslag i forfatterskabets romaner skrives en distinktion frem mellem to former for realisme og sortsyn.......Med udgangspunkt i Jonathan Franzens essay "Why bother?" og nedslag i forfatterskabets romaner skrives en distinktion frem mellem to former for realisme og sortsyn....

  20. 75 FR 63525 - Audit and Financial Management Advisory Committee (AFMAC)

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    2010-10-15

    ... Street, SW., Office of the Chief Financial Officer Conference Room, 6th Floor, Washington, DC [email protected] , SBA, Office of Chief Financial Officer, 409 3rd Street, SW., Washington, DC 20416... Jonathan Carver, by fax or e-mail, in order to be placed on the agenda. Jonathan Carver, Chief Financial...

  1. Tetanus Cases After Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision for HIV Prevention - Eastern and Southern Africa, 2012-2015

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    2016-01-22

    2012–2015 Jonathan M. Grund, MA, MPH1; Carlos Toledo, PhD1; Stephanie M. Davis, MD1; Renee Ridzon, MD2; Edna Moturi, MBChB3; Heather Scobie , PhD3...Jonathan M.; Toledo, Carlos; Davis, Stephanie M.; Ridzon, Renee; Moturi, Edna; Scobie , Heather; Naouri, Boubker; Reed, Jason B.; Njeuhmeli, Emmanuel; Thomas

  2. USA's litterære superstjerne

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    Bjerre, Thomas Ærvold

    2010-01-01

    Jonathan Franzen er den mest omtalte forfatter i USA lige nu og ombejlet af alle fra Time Magazine til Oprah Winfrey. Hvad er det, han kan, manden bag ”Freedom”?......Jonathan Franzen er den mest omtalte forfatter i USA lige nu og ombejlet af alle fra Time Magazine til Oprah Winfrey. Hvad er det, han kan, manden bag ”Freedom”?...

  3. Hannibal Lecter on tagasi / Kristiina Davidjants

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    Davidjants, Kristiina, 1974-

    2002-01-01

    Eesti videolevisse on jõudnud Jonathan Demme'i 1990.a. valminud "Voonakeste vaikimine" ("Silence of the Lambs") lisaks müügil olevale Ridley Scott'i 2001.a. sama tegelaskujuga mängufilmile "Hannibal"

  4. How do European democracies compare when it comes to the length of ministerial careers?

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    Bright, Jonathan; Doring, Holger; Little, Conor

    2015-01-01

    Ministerial careers can be notoriously nasty, brutish, and short, with the doctrine of ministerial accountability leading to numerous prematurely ended political careers. But how do European democracies compare? Looking at evidence from seven countries, Jonathan Bright, Holger Doring, and Conor...

  5. II samba eduks peaks liitujaid olema üle 50% / Kaja Koovit

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    Koovit, Kaja, 1968-

    2002-01-01

    Edukaks pensionireformi läbiviimiseks peaks teise samba kasuks otsustama enam kui pooled võimalikest liitujatest, väidab Ida-Euroopa pensionisüsteemi üks käivitajatest EBRD direktor Jonathan Wollett

  6. Randomised controlled trial of the efficacy of misoprostol used as a ...

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    Randomised controlled trial of the efficacy of misoprostol used as a cervical ripening agent prior to termination of pregnancy in the first trimester. Eric T M de Jonge, Rachel Jewkes, Jonathan Levin, Helen Rees ...

  7. Prey selection by a reintroduced lion population in the Greater ...

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    Prey selection by a reintroduced lion population in the Greater Makalali Conservancy, South Africa. Dave Druce, Heleen Genis, Jonathan Braak, Sophie Greatwood, Audrey Delsink, Ross Kettles, Luke Hunter, Rob Slotow ...

  8. AFRREV IJAH, Vol.3 (2) April, 2014

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    Austin

    2014-04-10

    Apr 10, 2014 ... Obasanjo's Open Letter to President Jonathan: A. Pragmatic ... items from source domains- religion, military, business world, and. Cricket game, et ... unspoken, were: why did Obasanjo write such an indicting open letter.

  9. Baltoscandal kingib linlastele etenduse / Aarne Mäe

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    Mäe, Aarne, 1967-

    2002-01-01

    Rahvusvaheline teatrifestival Baltoscandal teeb ühe etendusega kingituse linnarahvale : 14. juunil näidatakse Rakvere Teatris Battery Dance Company programmi "Used Car Salesman", "Mother Goose", "Layapriya", "The anyones ballet", lavastaja ja koreograaf Jonathan Hollander

  10. Browse Title Index

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    Items 451 - 500 of 708 ... Vol 42, No 2 (2017), Physico-chemical water characteristics and aquatic macroinvertebrates of Lake Tsimanampesotse, .... of diatoms from riverine habitats for water quality monitoring in South Africa, Abstract. Jonathan ...

  11. Stay Warm in Winter (A Cup of Health with CDC)

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    When frigid winter temperatures hit the U.S., the risk for unhealthy exposure to cold increases substantially. In this podcast, Dr. Jonathan Meiman discusses the dangers of exposure to extremely cold temperatures.

  12. Members of the Parliamentary Select Committee on Trade and Industry of the United Kingdom visit the CMS assembly hall.

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    Patrice Loïez

    2002-01-01

    Left to right: Austin Ball, Martin O'Neill (Chairman), Richard Burden, Jonathan Djanogly, Lindsay Hoyle, Roger Berry, Linda Perham, Sir Robert Smith, Jackie Lawrence, Michel Della Negra, Tejinder Virdee, Ashok Kumar.

  13. Võttetrupp jootis meid iga päev viina ja õllega! / Oliver Rand

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    Rand, Oliver, 1971-

    2007-01-01

    Sulev Keeduse dokumentaalfilm "Jonathan Austraaliast" pahandas Mustjala vallavanemat Kalle Kolterit, vallavolikogu esimeest Toivo Lõhmust ja sotsiaaltöötajat Saima Lõhmust. Süüdistustele vastab võttegrupi assistent Salme Poopuu

  14. DVD / Andres Laasik

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    Laasik, Andres, 1960-2016

    2007-01-01

    Kolme USA mängufilmi DVD-de lühitutvustused : Spike Lee "Keegi seestpoolt" ("Inside Man"), Jonathan Liebesmani "Texase mootorsaemõrvad: Algus" ("The Texas Chainsaw Massacre : The Beginning"), Allen Coulteri "Hollywoodland"

  15. Innocent Onyewuenyi's

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    Conversational thinking is the new approach to philosophical inquiry articulated by. Jonathan .... It would be erroneous, therefore, to limit African interpretations of ...... are tokens of fellowship, hospitality, and family continuity, are misconstrued.

  16. Work in progress

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    2006-01-01

    Hours after being awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, Dr. ElBaradei sat down for a candid conversation with CNN anchor Jonathan Mann whose probing questions spotlighted the world's most contentious problems. Following are excerpts from this CNN broadcast

  17. [The power of religion in the public sphere] / Alar Kilp

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    Kilp, Alar, 1969-

    2012-01-01

    Arvustus: Buthler, Judith, Habermas, Jürgen, Taylor, Charles, West, Cornel. The power of religion in the public sphere. (Eduardo Mendieta, Jonathan VanAntwerpen (eds.) Afterword by Craig Calhoun.) New York ; Chichester : Columbia University Press, 2011

  18. 76 FR 5647 - Public Availability of U.S. Small Business Administration FY 2010 Service Contract Inventory

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    2011-02-01

    ...-3499 or [email protected] . Dated: January 26, 2011. Jonathan I. Carver, Chief Financial Officer/Associate Administrator for Performance Management, Office of the Chief Financial Officer. [FR Doc. 2011...

  19. 77 FR 22831 - Public Availability of U.S. Small Business Administration FY 2010 Service Contract Inventory

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    2012-04-17

    [email protected] . Dared: March 7, 2012. Jonathan I. Carver, Chief Financial Officer/Associate Administrator for Performance Management, Office of the Chief Financial Officer. [FR Doc. 2012-8997 Filed 4-16-12; 8...

  20. 78 FR 16563 - Public Availability of U.S. Small Business Administration FY 2012 Service Contract Inventory

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    2013-03-15

    [email protected] . Dated: January 28, 2013. Jonathan I. Carver, Chief Financial Officer/Associate Administrator for Performance Management, Office of the Chief Financial Officer. [FR Doc. 2013-05957 Filed 3-14-13...

  1. MP3 the meaning of a format

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    Sterne, Jonathan

    2012-01-01

    Jonathan Sterne shows that understanding the historical meaning of the MP3, the world's most common format for recorded audio, involves rethinking the place of digital technologies in the broader universe of twentieth-century communication history.

  2. Nesnesitelně otravná aktualita

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    Kořínek, Pavel

    2014-01-01

    Roč. 11, č. 2 (2014), s. 5 Institutional support: RVO:68378068 Keywords : American prose * Czech prose * Franzen, Jonathan * Sloan, Robin * Eggers, Dave * social netvworking websites * literature and society Subject RIV: AJ - Letters, Mass-media, Audiovision

  3. 77 FR 74273 - Qualification of Drivers; Exemption Applications; Vision

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    ... (SD) Terry L. Anderson (PA) Sammy J. Barada (NE) Timothy Bradford (TN) Cody W. Cook (OK) Marvin R...) Thomas L. Oglesby (GA) Garrick Pitts (AR) Jonathan C. Rollings (IA) Preston S. Salisbury (MT) Victor M...

  4. 75 FR 38597 - Qualification of Drivers; Exemption Applications; Diabetes Mellitus

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    ..., Duane C. Jackson, John J. Long, Jerry A. McMurdy, Steven L. Miller, Joe E. Montoya, Jonathan A. Morisoli.... Tomasik, Leonard D. Tournear, Booker T. Ware and Joseph H. Watkins, from the ITDM standard in 49 CFR 391...

  5. Out of time : the limits of secular critique

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    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available A review of Talal Asad, Wendy Brown, Judith Butler, Saba Mahmood, 'Is critique secular? Blasphemy, injury, and free speech' and Michael Warner, Jonathan Vanantwerpen, and Craig Calhoun (eds, 'Varieties of secularism in a secular age'.

  6. Uusi raamatuid : a companion to the history of the book

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    Tutvustus: A companion to the history of the book / edited by Simon Eliot and Jonathan Rose. - Malden, MA : Blackwell Pub., 2007. - xvi, 599 lk. : ill. - (Blackwell companions to literature and culture ; 48)

  7. Donato D'Urbino

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    2005-01-01

    Itaalia arhitektide-disainerite Jonathan De Pasi, Donato D'Urbino, Paolo Lomazzi ja Carla Scolari kavandatud ning Itaalia firmas Zanotta S.p.A. toodetud täispuhutavast plastikust tugitoolist "Blow" (1967)

  8. Tusk, töötus, armetus pikal teekonnal iludusvõistlusele / Andris Feldmanis

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    Mängufilm "Väike Miss Päikesepaiste" ("Little Miss Sunshine") : stsenarist Michael Arndt : režissöörid Jonathan Dayton ja Valerie Faris : peaosas 10-aastane Abigail Breslin : Ameerika Ühendriigid 2006

  9. Luzerõ speshat na konkurss krassotõ / Boris Tuch

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    Mängufilm "Väike Miss Päikesepaiste" ("Little Miss Sunshine") : stsenarist Michael Arndt : režissöörid Jonathan Dayton ja Valerie Faris : peaosas 10-aastane Abigail Breslin : Ameerika Ühendriigid 2006

  10. Opredelilis pretendentõ na glavnuju nagradu

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    2006-01-01

    USAs tehti teatavaks Sõltumatu Vaimu Auhinna (Independent Spirit Award) nominendid. Kõige enam nominatsioone said "Half Nelson" (režii Ryan Fleck) ja "Little Miss Sunshine" (Jonathan Dayton, Valerie Faris)

  11. Bobaljiks paradoks og sætningsskemaet

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    Jørgensen, Henrik

    2009-01-01

    Artiklen diskuterer forholdet mellem adverbierne linearisering og den øvrige sætnings linearisering ud fra Jonathan Bobaljiks opfattelse af Cinques adverbialhierarkier som konstituerende et paradoks i forhold til den øvrige linearisering...

  12. Sõin ta maksa põldubade ja hea Chiantiga / Jaan Ruus

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    2007-01-01

    Mängufilm "Voonakeste vaikimine" ("The Silence of the Lambs") Thomas Harrise romaani põhjal : režissöör Jonathan Demme : osades Jodie Foster, Anthony Hopkins : Ameerika Ühendriigid 1991. Lisatud teavet A. Hopkinsi kohta

  13. Langenud Gorilla / Kertu Ruus

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    2008-01-01

    Ilmunud ka: Delovõje Vedomosti 24. sept. lk. 8-9. USA investeerimispanga Lehman Brothers tegevjuhist Dick Fuldist. Vt. samas: Richard S. Fuld: CV; Ameerika unistuste täitja: vendade investeerimispank; Taust; Kommenteerivad: Madis Toomsalu ja Jonathan Well

  14. Plagas Frutales: Manzana

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    2013-01-01

    El fuego bacteriano es causado por una bacteria llamada Erwinia amylovora. Algunas variedades de manzanas son muy susceptibles a esta enfermedad, como Jonathan, Jonagold y Gala. Flores, ramitas terminales, y a veces ramas enteras o árboles mueren.

  15. Because I Love to Dance / Maris Sander

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    2009-01-01

    Toomas Edur valis Inglismaa balletikoolidest neli noort meestantsijat Estonia balletitruppi: English National Ballet School - Robbie Bird, Royal Ballet School' William Moore ja Jonathan Hanks, Central School of Ballet - Michele Pellegrini

  16. Tokenless Biometric Electronic Transactions Using an Audio Signature to Identify the Transaction Processor

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    2002-05-28

    28, 2002 Inventors: Hoffman; Ned (Sebastopol, CA); Pare, Jr.; David Ferrin (Berkeley, CA); Lee; Jonathan Alexander (Oakland, CA); Lapsley; Philip...Transaction Processor 5. FUNDING NUMBERS 6. AUTHOR(S) Hoffman, Ned; Pare Jr, David Ferrin; Lee, Jonathan Alexander; Lapsley, Philip Dean 7...408. 4845636 Jul., 1989 Walker 705/39. 4926480 May., 1990 Chaum 380/23. 4947028 Aug., 1990 Gorog 235/380. 4961142 Oct., 1990 Elliott et al. 364/408

  17. Computational Science: Ensuring America’s Competitiveness

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    Interest of Society (CITRIS) and Professor University of California, Berkeley J. Carter Beese , Jr. President Riggs Capital Partners Pedro Celis, Ph.D...and Library Science University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill William J. Hannigan President AT&T Jonathan C. Javitt, M.D., M.P.H. Senior Fellow...Vannier, Ph.D., Professor of Radiology, University of Chicago • Jonathan C. Silverstein, M.D., M.S., FACS, Assistant Professor of Surgery, University of

  18. High Fidelity Modeling of Field-Reversed Configuration (FRC) Thrusters (Briefing Charts)

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    THRUSTERS (Briefing Charts) Robert Martin , Eder Sousa, Jonathan Tran Air Force Research Laboratory (AFMC) AFRL/RQRS 1 Ara Drive Edwards AFB, CA 93524... Martin N/A HIGH FIDELITY MODELING OF FIELD-REVERSED CONFIGURATION (FRC) THRUSTERS Robert Martin1, Eder Sousa2, Jonathan Tran2 1AIR FORCE RESEARCH...Distribution is unlimited. PA Clearance No. 17314 MARTIN , SOUSA, TRAN (AFRL/RQRS) DISTRIBUTION A - APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE; DISTRIBUTION UNLIMITED. PA

  19. Nogle britiske romaner i 2007 - og en nobelpris

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    Klitgård, Ebbe

    2008-01-01

    Genanmeldelse af Dorris Lessing, The Golden Notebook, nyanmeldelse af romaner af Anne Enright, Graham Swift, Ian McEwan og Jonathan Coe. Vurdering af den britiske romans "state of the arts" 2007. Udgivelsesdato: februar......Genanmeldelse af Dorris Lessing, The Golden Notebook, nyanmeldelse af romaner af Anne Enright, Graham Swift, Ian McEwan og Jonathan Coe. Vurdering af den britiske romans "state of the arts" 2007. Udgivelsesdato: februar...

  20. Determinants of Conflict in the Philippines

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    2012-06-01

    1965), 13. 137 Tedd Gurr, Why Men Rebel (1965), 13. 138 Jonathan Wolff, " Karl Marx ," The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Spring 2011 Edition...490961276. Wolff, Jonathan. “ Karl Marx .” The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Spring 2011 Edition (n.d.). http://plato.stanford.edu/archives...accessed March 10, 2011, http://plato.stanford.edu/archives/spr2011/entries/ marx /. 139 Tedd Gurr, Why Men Rebel, (Princeton: Princeton University

  1. Using the 2011 Mw9.0 Tohoku earthquake to test the Coulomb stress triggering hypothesis and to calculate faults brought closer to failure

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    Toda, Shinji; Lin, Jian; Stein, Ross S.

    2011-01-01

    The 11 March 2011 Tohoku Earthquake provides an unprecedented test of the extent to which Coulomb stress transfer governs the triggering of aftershocks. During 11-31 March, there were 177 aftershocks with focal mechanisms, and so the Coulomb stress change imparted by the rupture can be resolved on the aftershock nodal planes to learn whether they were brought closer to failure. Numerous source models for the mainshock have been inverted from seismic, geodetic, and tsunami observations. Here, we show that, among six tested source models, there is a mean 47% gain in positively-stressed aftershock mechanisms over that for the background (1997-10 March 2011) earthquakes, which serve as the control group. An aftershock fault friction of 0.4 is found to fit the data better than 0.0 or 0.8, and among all the tested models, Wei and Sladen (2011) produced the largest gain, 63%. We also calculate that at least 5 of the seven large, exotic, or remote aftershocks were brought ≥0.3 bars closer to failure. With these tests as confirmation, we calculate that large sections of the Japan trench megathrust, the outer trench slope normal faults, the Kanto fragment beneath Tokyo, and the Itoigawa-Shizuoka Tectonic Line, were also brought ≥0.3 bars closer to failure.

  2. Building iPhone Apps with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript Making App Store Apps Without Objective-C or Cocoa

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    Stark, Jonathan

    2010-01-01

    What people are saying about Building iPhone Apps w/ HTML, CSS, and JavaScript "The future of mobile development is clearly web technologies like CSS, HTML and JavaScript. Jonathan Stark shows you how to leverage your existing web development skills to build native iPhone applications using these technologies." --John Allsopp, author and founder of Web Directions "Jonathan's book is the most comprehensive documentation available for developing web applications for mobile Safari. Not just great tech coverage, this book is an easy read of purely fascinating mobile tidbits in a fun colloquial

  3. Green electricity in abundance. A photovoltaic roof lends a ranch in the style of the 50s a contemporary note; Gruenstrom im Ueberfluss. Ein Photovoltaikdach verleiht einer Ranch im Stil der 50er-Jahre einen zeitgenoessischen Akzent

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    Hirsch, Matthew; Krause, Matthias B.

    2013-03-15

    Landlady Kate Kennedy wanted to build her property in a conservation area three hours' drive south of San Francisco in a ranch-style house. Architect Jonathan Feldman added energy-efficient elements and a roof-integrated photovoltaic system to the project. Kennedy now produces more electricity than it can consume. [German] Hausherrin Kate Kennedy wollte ihr Anwesen in einem Naturschutzgebiet drei Autostunden suedlich von San Francisco unbedingt im Stil eines Ranch-Hauses bauen. Architekt Jonathan Feldman fuegte dem Projekt energieeffiziente Elemente und eine dachintegrierte Photovoltaikanlage hinzu. Nun produziert Kennedy mehr Solarstrom, als sie verbrauchen kann.

  4. Valorar la lectura

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    Feldman, Jonathan

    2016-01-01

    Fil: Feldman, Jonathan. Universidad Nacional de las Artes. Área Transdepartamental de Crítica de Artes. Instituto de Investigación y Experimentación en Arte y Crítica; Argentina Fil: Feldman, Jonathan. Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero. Instituto de Investigación en Arte y Cultura “Dr. Norberto Griffa”; Argentina Fil: Dámaso Martínez, Carlos. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Facultad de Filosofía y Letras; Argentina Fil: Dámaso Martínez, Carlos. Universidad Nacional de las Artes. Á...

  5. Modernidad/posmodernidad: dos casos museísticos

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    Feldman, Jonathan

    2015-01-01

    Fil: Feldman, Jonathan. Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero. Instituto de Investigación en Arte y Cultura “Dr. Norberto Griffa”; Argentina Fil: Kodolbsky, Daniela. Universidad Nacional de las Artes. Área Transdepartamental de Crítica de Artes. Instituto de Investigación y Experimentación en Arte y Crítica; Argentina Fil: Feldman, Jonathan. Universidad Nacional de las Artes. Área Transdepartamental de Crítica de Artes. Instituto de Investigación y Experimentación en Arte y Crítica; A...

  6. Expansivo y marginal: Marcelo Pombo en Fortabat

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    Feldman, Jonathan

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    Fil: Kodolbsky, Daniela. Universidad Nacional de las Artes. Área Transdepartamental de Crítica de Artes. Instituto de Investigación y Experimentación en Arte y Crítica; Argentina Fil: Feldman, Jonathan. Universidad Nacional de las Artes. Área Transdepartamental de Crítica de Artes. Instituto de Investigación y Experimentación en Arte y Crítica; Argentina Fil: Feldman, Jonathan. Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero. Instituto de Investigación en Arte y Cultura “Dr. Norberto Griffa”; A...

  7. SWiFT Software Quality Assurance Plan.

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    Berg, Jonathan Charles [Sandia National Lab. (SNL-NM), Albuquerque, NM (United States)

    2016-01-01

    This document describes the software development practice areas and processes which contribute to the ability of SWiFT software developers to provide quality software. These processes are designed to satisfy the requirements set forth by the Sandia Software Quality Assurance Program (SSQAP). APPROVALS SWiFT Software Quality Assurance Plan (SAND2016-0765) approved by: Department Manager SWiFT Site Lead Dave Minster (6121) Date Jonathan White (6121) Date SWiFT Controls Engineer Jonathan Berg (6121) Date CHANGE HISTORY Issue Date Originator(s) Description A 2016/01/27 Jon Berg (06121) Initial release of the SWiFT Software Quality Assurance Plan

  8. RLE (Research Laboratory of Electronics) Progress Report Number 129.

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    1987-01-01

    27709 ELEMENT NO. NO. NO. NO. 1. TITLE finciade SeciantV Ciiiiiiificationt Progress Report.No. 129 12. PERSONAL AUTHORI(S) Jonathan Allen, Daniel...TMIS PAGE *~ ~ d 1 ". d4 ’V. ~a PI al . 1 AN *,.i **N %** RLE Progress Report No. 129 January 1987 Submitted by: Prof. Jonathan Allen Prof. Daniel...Clevenger, J. Floro, S.M. Garrison, J. Im, K. Ismail, H. Kahn, H.J. Kim, Y.C. Ku, J.C. Licini, U. Meirav, J.E. Palmer, S.L. Park, H.M. Quek , J. Scott

  9. Vrutshenõ prizõ 25-go festivalja fantastiki

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    2007-01-01

    Brrüsseli ulmefilmide rahvusvahelise festivali peapreemia - Kuldse Ronga (Golden Raven) võitis korealase Joon-ho Bongi film "The Host", Hõbedase Ronga said korealase Dong-ho Cho "Rahutu" ("The Restless") ja uus-meremaalase Jonathan Kingi "Must lammas" ("Black Sheep")

  10. Mailman Segal Center for Human Development | NSU

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    rendition of the National Anthem sung by Jonathan Richard, a young man with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD Dean Jim & Jan Moran Family Center Village Collaborations Early Learning Programs About Early Learning Programs Family Center Preschool About Our Preschool Enrollment Family Center Infant & Toddler

  11. Science Teaching Methods: A Rationale for Practices

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    Osborne, Jonathan

    2011-01-01

    This article is a version of the talk given by Jonathan Osborne as the Association for Science Education (ASE) invited lecturer at the National Science Teachers' Association Annual Convention in San Francisco, USA, in April 2011. The article provides an explanatory justification for teaching about the practices of science in school science that…

  12. 77 FR 2983 - Medicare, Medicaid, and Children's Health Insurance Programs; Meeting of the Advisory Panel on...

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    2012-01-20

    ... duties are imposed by section 1804 of the Social Security Act (the Act), requiring the Secretary to..., Department of Social Services; Jonathan Dauphine, Senior Vice President, AARP; Barbara Ferrer, Executive... and Listening Session with CMS Leadership; Recap of the Previous (November 17, 2011) Meeting...

  13. 78 FR 32664 - Medicare, Medicaid, and Children's Health Insurance Programs; Meeting of the Advisory Panel on...

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    2013-05-31

    ... . . . by law.'' Such duties are imposed by section 1804 of the Social Security Act (the Act), requiring the... Cadogan, Executive Deputy Commissioner, Department of Social Services; Jonathan Dauphine, Senior Vice... include the following: Welcome and Listening Session with CMS Leadership Recap of the Previous (March 27...

  14. 78 FR 12327 - Medicare, Medicaid, and Children's Health Insurance Programs; Meeting of the Advisory Panel on...

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    2013-02-22

    ... * * * by law.'' Such duties are imposed by section 1804 of the Social Security Act (the Act), requiring the... Cadogan, Executive Deputy Commissioner, Department of Social Services; Jonathan Dauphine, Senior Vice..., 2013 meeting will include the following: Welcome and Listening Session with CMS Leadership Recap of the...

  15. 76 FR 61365 - Medicare, Medicaid, and Children's Health Insurance Programs; Meeting of the Advisory Panel on...

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    2011-10-04

    ... * * * by law.'' Such duties are imposed by section 1804 of the Social Security Act (the Act), requiring the... Cadogan, Executive Deputy Commissioner, Department of Social Services; Jonathan Dauphine, Senior Vice... include the following: Recap of the Previous (July 28, 2011) Meeting Listening Session with CMS Leadership...

  16. 78 FR 53769 - Medicare, Medicaid, and Children's Health Insurance Programs; Meeting of the Advisory Panel on...

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    2013-08-30

    ... . . . by law.'' Such duties are imposed by section 1804 of the Social Security Act (the Act), requiring the...; Marjorie Cadogan, Executive Deputy Commissioner, Department of Social Services; Jonathan Dauphine, Senior...: Welcome and Listening Session with CMS Leadership Recap of the Previous (June 24, 2013) Meeting Affordable...

  17. 77 FR 70785 - Medicare, Medicaid, and Children's Health Insurance Programs; Meeting of the Advisory Panel on...

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    2012-11-27

    ... * * * by law.'' Such duties are imposed by section 1804 of the Social Security Act (the Act), requiring the...; Marjorie Cadogan, Executive Deputy Commissioner, Department of Social Services; Jonathan Dauphine, Senior..., 2012 meeting will include the following: Welcome and Listening Session with CMS Leadership. Recap of...

  18. 76 FR 37120 - Medicare, Medicaid, and Children's Health Insurance Programs; Meeting of the Advisory Panel on...

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    2011-06-24

    ... * * * by law.'' Such duties are imposed by section 1804 of the Social Security Act (the Act), requiring the... Center; Marjorie Cadogan, Executive Deputy Commissioner, Department of Social Services; Jonathan Dauphine... 28, 2011 meeting will include the following: Welcome and Listening Session with CMS Leadership...

  19. 5 paremat filmi Eestis 2007

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    2008-01-01

    Eesti Filmiajakirjanike Ühing (EFÜ) nimetas 2007. a. filmi auhinna Neitsi Maali väärilisteks Veiko Õunpuu mängufilmi "Sügisball" ja Sulev Keeduse dokumentaalfilmi "Jonathan Austraaliast". Parima filmikriitiku tunnustuse sai Boris Tuch. Väljavõtteid 2007.a. ajakirjanduses ilmunud arvustustest mõlema filmi kohta

  20. Guide to the NITRD Program FY 2004-FY 2005. Supplement to the President’s Budget for FY 2005

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    2004-12-01

    and Professor University of California, Berkeley J. Carter Beese , Jr. President Riggs Capital Partners Pedro Celis, Ph.D. Software Architect Microsoft...University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill William J. Hannigan President AT&T Jonathan C. Javitt, M.D., M.P.H. Senior Fellow Potomac Institute for Policy

  1. Intellectual History

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    In the 5 Questions book series, this volume presents a range of leading scholars in Intellectual History and the History of Ideas through their answers to a brief questionnaire. Respondents include Michael Friedman, Jacques le Goff, Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht, Jonathan Israel, Phiip Pettit, John Pocock...

  2. HIV/AIDS treatment in two Ghanaian hospitals: experiences of patients, nurses and doctors

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    Dapaah, J.M.

    2012-01-01

    Jonathan Mensah Dapaah onderzocht de manier waarop hiv/aids wordt behandeld in Voluntary Counselling and Testing (VCT) centra en Anti Retroviral Therapy (ART) klinieken in twee Ghanese ziekenhuizen. Deze diensten worden steeds toegankelijker, maar het aantal mensen dat ervan gebruik maakt blijft

  3. Metathesis synthesis and characterization of complex metal fluoride ...

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    V MANIVANNAN*, P PARHI and JONATHAN W KRAMER. Department of Mechanical Engineering, Campus Delivery 1374, Colorado State University, Fort Collins,. CO 80523, USA. MS received 30 April 2008. Abstract. Metathesis synthesis of complex metal fluorides using mechanochemical activation has been reported.

  4. Good fit versus meaning in fife

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    Muijnck, W. de

    2016-01-01

    Meaning in life is too important not to study systematically, but doing so is made difficult by conceptual indeterminacy. An approach to meaning that is promising but, indeed, conceptually vague is Jonathan Haidt's 'cross-level coherence' account. In order to remove the vagueness, I propose a

  5. South African Medical Journal - Vol 90, No 3 (2000)

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    Randomised controlled trial of the efficacy of misoprostol used as a cervical ripening agent prior to termination of pregnancy in the first trimester · EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. Eric T M de Jonge, Rachel Jewkes, Jonathan Levin, Helen Rees, 256-261 ...

  6. African Zoology - Vol 39, No 2 (2004)

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    Prey selection by a reintroduced lion population in the Greater Makalali Conservancy, South Africa · EMAIL FULL TEXT EMAIL FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. Dave Druce, Heleen Genis, Jonathan Braak, Sophie Greatwood, Audrey Delsink, Ross Kettles, Luke Hunter, Rob Slotow, 273–284.

  7. Browse Title Index

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    Items 601 - 650 of 4119 ... Jonathan Spencer Jones, Michael Power, Phillip Sobantu Kubukeli, S J Beningfield. Vol 87, No 4 (1997), Book Reviews, Abstract PDF. T.D. Noakes, N.C. Lee. Vol 87, No 6 (1997), Book Reviews, Abstract PDF. C.H. van der Meyden, A.I. Bhigjee, Gary Maartens, T.F.H.G. Jackson, V Fritz, D Kahn.

  8. A Comparative Revolution? An Argument for In-Depth Study of the Iranian Revolution in a Familiar Way

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    White, Jonathan

    2011-01-01

    Although the curriculum changes of 2008 brought with them new GCSE specifications, Jonathan White was disappointed by the dated feel of some "Modern World" options, particularly the depth studies on offer. Drawing on his experience of teaching comparative history within the International Baccalaureate, and building on previous arguments…

  9. Attachment Styles and Acculturation of Christian Asian Indians: Impact on Life Satisfaction

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    Isaac, Sherin K.

    2008-01-01

    Introduced by Jonathan Bowlby in the early 1960s, attachment theory seeks to explain an individual's depth of bonding with others throughout one's life. Attachment styles can affect family life, life interactions, career choices, friendships, relationships, marriage, and parenting (Turner, 2005). Attachment theory is composed of four different…

  10. 78 FR 60009 - Environmental Impact Statement: Erie and Genesee Counties, New York

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    2013-09-30

    ... and Genesee Counties, New York AGENCY: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), DOT; New York State... counties of Erie and Genesee, New York (NYSDOT Project Identification Number: 5528.28). A Notice of Intent... CONTACT: Jonathan McDade, Division Administrator, Federal Highway Administration, New York Division, Leo W...

  11. Can budget institutions counteract political indiscipline? / Stefania Fabrizio, Ashoka Mody

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    Fabrizio, Stefania

    2006-01-01

    Artiklis analüüsitakse finantsinstitutsioonide ning valitsuse poliitika mõju riigi eelarvepoliitikale ja finantskäitumisele EL uute liikmesriikide näitel aastatel 1997-2003. Tabelid, diagrammid, lisad. Artikli autoritega diskuteerivad Giancarlo Corsetti, Jonathan R.W. Temple

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

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    Home; Journals; Pramana – Journal of Physics. Nadia Zakamska. Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics. Volume 77 Issue 1 July 2011 pp 53-66. Hydrodynamic and hydromagnetic stability of black holes with radiative transfer · Roger Blandford Jonathan C Mckinney Nadia Zakamska · More Details Abstract Fulltext ...

  13. 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

  14. Filmipäevad lõpetas "Magnus" / Kristiina Davidjants

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    Davidjants, Kristiina, 1974-

    2008-01-01

    Eesti filmipäevadel Kinomajas autasustas Eesti Kinoliit aastapreemiaga Sulev Keeduse dokumentaalfilmi "Jonathan Austraaliast" ja noorte- ja tudengifilmi auhinna sai Vanalinna hariduskolleegiumi teatriklassi noorte film "Pablo ja Tiiu". Näidati ka kohtutõkendi alust Kadri Kõusaare filmi "Magnus"

  15. Slowing Entropy: Instructional Policy Design in New York City, 2011-12. Policy Brief #14-3

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    Supovitz, Jonathan

    2014-01-01

    How do policymakers craft policies, particularly centered on the Common Core State Standards, to be more resilient and less likely to disintegrate during enactment? Researcher Jonathan Supovitz in "Slowing Entropy: Instructional Policy Design in New York City, 2011-12" examines the design of a New York City Department of Education policy…

  16. Eternity in Each Moment: Temporal Strategies in Ravel's "Le Gibet"

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    Fillerup, Jessie

    2013-01-01

    of “moment form” (further developed by Jonathan Kramer), revealing multiply directed temporal strategies that assert points of stasis, nonlinearity, continuity, and discontinuity. In the poem by Aloysius Bertrand that inspired Ravel’s music, the poetic devices typical of French Romanticism contrast...

  17. Turbulent Convection in an Anelastic Rotating Sphere: A Model for the Circulation on the Giant Planets

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    2008-06-01

    Raffaele Ferrari, Adam Showman, Dick Lindzen, Baylor Fox-Keiper, Jonathan Lilly, Tapio Schneider, Carl Wunsch and Bill Hubbard. Particularly I thank Jean...Cuzzi, J., Pollack, J. B.. Danielson, G. E., Ingersoll, A., Davies, M. E., Hunt, G. E., Morrison, D., Owen, T.. Sagan , C., Veverka, J., Strom, R

  18. Seiklusfilme maalt ja merelt / Lauri Saaber

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    Saaber, Lauri

    2001-01-01

    Sõjafilm "U-571" : stsenarist ja režissöör Jonathan Mostow : Ameerika Ühendriigid 2000 ja mängufilm "Ülemine piir" ("Vertical Limit") : režissöör Martin Campbell : Ameerika Ühendriigid 2000

  19. Dokfilm Mustjalast tõi võttegrupile ärakasutamissüüdistuse / Oliver Rand

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    Rand, Oliver, 1971-

    2007-01-01

    Sulev Keeduse dokumentaalfilmi "Jonathan Austraaliast" on Mustjalas puhkenud pahameeletorm. Nördimust avaldavad valla sotsiaaltöötaja Saima Lõhmus, vallavanem Kalle Kolter, vallavolikogu esimees Toivo Lõhmus, kui ka üks filmis osaleja Toomas Mõttus. Süüdistusi eitavad režissöör S. Keedus ja assistent Salme Poopuu

  20. Defending perfectionism: Some comments on Quong’s liberalism without perfection

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    Kulenović Enes

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available The article offers a defense of liberal perfectionism in the light of criticism of perfectionist politics stated in Jonathan Quong’s book Liberalism without Perfection. It argues against Quong’s claims that perfectionism is incompatible with demands of individual autonomy and non-paternalism as requirements of liberal commitment of treating all persons as free and equal.

  1. Professor Lisa Aranson on JA Green (a pioonier artist photographer ...

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    Jonathan Adagogo Green's photographic and artistic contributions working in his countryside, the Niger Delta of Nigeria is reviewed by Professor Lisa Aranson. Aranson in a public lecture presentation on the stand-point of art history thinks of J.A. Green as having operated in two worlds of which he is said to have initiated in ...

  2. A School Leader's Bookshelf.

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    Jones, Rebecca

    2003-01-01

    Brief reviews of six notable education books selected by the editors of "American School Board Journal." Includes books such as Rachel Simmons's "Odd Girl Out: The Hidden Culture of Aggression in Girls," Jonathan Schorr's "Hard Lessons: The Promise of an Inner City Charter School," Peter Irons's "Jim Crow's Children: The Broken Promise of the…

  3. Saag käima! / Laurence Lumiere

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    Lumiere, Laurence

    2006-01-01

    Tallinnas on ekraanil õudusfilm "Texase mootorsaemõrvad : algus" ("The Texas Chainsaw Massacre : The Beginning") : režissöör Jonathan Liebesman : Ameerika Ühendriigid 2006. Ülevaade sama teema ja pealkirjaga rohketest eelkäijatest kuni esimeseni - 1974.a. valminud Tobe Hooperi filmini "Texase mootorsaemõrvad"

  4. What Really Happened in Northern Ireland’s Counterinsurgency: Revision and Revelation

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    2008-10-01

    account requires reaching back into Ireland’s misty past and its relations with the larger island to its east. England’s first large-scale invasion of... Armour Press, 1985), page 228. 53. Jonathan Tonge, Northern Ireland (Cambridge, United Kingdom: Polity Press, 2006), page 71. 54. Dewar, British Army

  5. Stay Warm in Winter (A Cup of Health with CDC)

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    2015-02-26

    When frigid winter temperatures hit the U.S., the risk for unhealthy exposure to cold increases substantially. In this podcast, Dr. Jonathan Meiman discusses the dangers of exposure to extremely cold temperatures.  Created: 2/26/2015 by MMWR.   Date Released: 2/26/2015.

  6. Student Teaching--An Experience of Change and Growth.

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    Nicholsen, Jean

    1980-01-01

    Jonathan Livingston Seagull represents the concepts of change and growth in the elementary student teaching program at Indiana University-Purdue University. Student feedback indicates acceptance of the symbolism as it is used in materials and activities to reinforce the motto, "We can be free! We can learn to fly!" (CM)

  7. Attacking IoT with Software defined radio

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    CERN. Geneva

    2015-01-01

    About the speaker Jonathan Andersson is an engineering professional with more than 20 years of experience in a range of engineering disciplines including software development, electronic design, FPGA & PCB design, reverse engineering, patent development, and engineering team / executive management. He has domain expertise in embedded systems, information security & real-time transaction processing systems, ...

  8. Sacrifice and dystopia: imagining Karachi through Edhi

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    Jaffri, Y.; Verkaaik, O.; Anjaria, J.S.; McFarlane, C.

    2011-01-01

    Introduction : conceptualising the city in South Asia / Jonathan Shapiro Anjaria and Colin McFarlane -- pt. 1. Contested landscapes. The nuisance of slums : environmental law and the production of slum illegality in India / D. Asher Ghertner ; Poverty as geography : motility, stoppage and circuits

  9. 78 FR 59080 - Audit and Financial Management Advisory Committee (AFMAC)

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    2013-09-25

    ... Administration, 409 3rd Street SW., Office of the Chief Financial Officer Conference Room, 6th Floor, Washington.... Jonathan Carver, Chief Financial Officer, 409 3rd Street SW., 6th Floor, Washington, DC 20416, phone: (202...-1608, email: [email protected] ; SBA, Office of Chief Financial Officer, 409 3rd Street SW...

  10. 76 FR 64990 - Audit and Financial Management Advisory (AFMAC)

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    2011-10-19

    ... Street, SW., Office of the Chief Financial Officer, Washington, DC 20416. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION..., in order to be placed on the agenda. Jonathan Carver, Chief Financial Officer, 409 3rd Street, SW... Chief Financial Officer, 409 3rd Street, SW., Washington, DC 20416. For more information, please visit...

  11. 78 FR 26680 - Audit and Financial Management Advisory Committee (AFMAC)

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    2013-05-07

    ... Administration, 409 3rd Street SW., Office of the Chief Financial Officer Conference Room, 6th Floor, Washington... placed on the agenda. Jonathan Carver, Chief Financial Officer, 409 3rd Street SW., 6th Floor, Washington... Donna Wood at (202) 619- 1608, email: [email protected] ; SBA, Office of Chief Financial Officer, 409...

  12. 76 FR 69793 - Audit and Financial Management Advisory (AFMAC)

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    2011-11-09

    ... Street SW., Office of the Chief Financial Officer, Washington, DC 20416. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION... fax or email, in order to be placed on the agenda. Jonathan Carver, Chief Financial Officer, 409 3rd... Financial Officer, 409 3rd Street SW., Washington, DC 20416. For more information, please visit our Web site...

  13. 77 FR 64373 - Audit and Financial Management Advisory (AFMAC)

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    2012-10-19

    ... the Chief Financial Officer Conference Room, 6th Floor, Washington, DC 20416. SUPPLEMENTARY.... Jonathan Carver, Chief Financial Officer, 409 3rd Street SW., 6th Floor, Washington, DC 20416, phone: (202...-1608, email: [email protected] ; SBA, Office of Chief Financial Officer, 409 3rd Street SW...

  14. nigeria's cobweb of corruption and the path to underdevelopment

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    USER

    of Dike (2003), it is a behaviour which deviates from the formal duties of the public roles because of ... Common to both sectors are embezzlement, fraud and other financial crimes. The report of a ..... This is because, Chief Chuba Okadigbo who ... Senate President, Ibrahim Mantu and another principal officer, Dr. Jonathan.

  15. Chapter Three

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    TonukariJ

    Nyerhovwo J. TonukariY, *, John S. Scott-Craig and Jonathan D. Walton. Department of Energy Plant Research Laboratory, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan 48824. Accepted 18 November 2002. The expression of four Cochliobolus carbonum endo-1,4-β-xylanase genes (XYL1, XYL2, XYL3, XYL4),.

  16. Dracula

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    Stoker, Bram

    2005-01-01

    When Jonathan Harker is summoned to Transylvania to finalise a property deal for the mysterious Count Dracula he little suspects that he is unleashing a terrible evil on his fellow countrymen. In this classic novel about vampires Stoker captured the fears of his age. Dracula represents everything

  17. Reading for excess : Relational autobiography, affect and popular culture in Tarnation

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    Poletti, Anna

    2012-01-01

    In this article I will examine a limit point in current methods of reading in autobiography studies, using Jonathan Caouette's 2003 autobiographical film Tarnation as a case study. Reading a powerful and deeply ambiguous key scene from the film, I investigate the limits of a narrative-based approach

  18. Religionssatirens fødsel ud af grådighedskritikkens ånd

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    Brink, Dennis Meyhoff

    2014-01-01

    medregnes til den karnevalistiske tradition, som Mikhail Bakhtin har gjort berømt. Den udgør i stedet en selvstændig tradition, som er blevet videreført og videreudviklet af bl.a. Erasmus af Rotterdam, Jonathan Swift, Denis Diderot, Francois Voltaire, Heinrich Heine og mange flere....

  19. 76 FR 12404 - Noise Exposure Map Notice; Jackson-Evers International Airport, Jackson, MS

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    2011-03-07

    ...: Jonathan Linquist, Federal Aviation Administration, Jackson Airports District Office, 100 West Cross Street... section 150.7 of Part 150 includes: Figure 1-1, Jackson-Evers International Airport and Surrounding...-2, Runways 16L/16R Radar and Modeled Flight Tracks for Departures and Arrivals; Figure 5-3, Runways...

  20. The man behind the machine

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    Cerf, Vint

    2018-01-01

    As a practising computer scientist, I thought I had a fairly good grasp of Alan Turing’s many contributions to the field. But The Turing Guide by Jack Copeland, Jonathan Bowen, Mark Sprevak and Robin Wilson has opened up a universe of Turing's other pursuits I knew nothing about, inflating my admiration for him and his work.

  1. A New Direction in Psychology and Politics

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    Goldstein, Evan R.

    2008-01-01

    Jonathan Haidt remembers reading "Metaphors We Live By", the influential book that George P. Lakoff, a professor of linguistics and cognitive science at the University of California at Berkeley, wrote with Mark L. Johnson, a professor of philosophy at the University of Oregon. The book drew on cognitive science, psychology, linguistics, and…

  2. CrossTalk: The Journal of Defense Software Engineering. Volume 21, Number 7

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    2008-07-01

    However, when your staff ’s passion goes from Edelweiss [1] to Kewpie Station [2], be sure your protective structures fan, rather than extinguish, the... Kewpie Station.” Everybody Loves You. Velour, 2003. 3. August Rush. Dir. Kirsten Sheridan. Perf. Freddie Highmore, Keri Russell, Jonathan Rhys Meyers

  3. How Does Reasoning (Fail to) Contribute to Moral Judgment? Dumbfounding and Disengagement

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    Hindriks, Frank

    Recent experiments in moral psychology have been taken to imply that moral reasoning only serves to reaffirm prior moral intuitions. More specifically, Jonathan Haidt concludes from his moral dumbfounding experiments, in which people condemn other people’s behavior, that moral reasoning is biased

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    MLR

    availability of the opportunity for dual constitutionalism, the co-existence of federal and sub-national ... 1109; Jonathan Marshfield,. 'Models of Sub-national Constitutionalism' (2011) 115 Penn State Law Review, 1151; .... us that we need to trace, track, and have an understanding of sub-national constitutions. This act of ...

  5. How Google works

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    Schmidt, Eric; Eagle, Alan

    2014-01-01

    Google Executive Chairman and ex-CEO Eric Schmidt and former SVP of Products Jonathan Rosenberg came to Google over a decade ago as proven technology executives. At the time, the company was already well-known for doing things differently, reflecting the visionary--and frequently contrarian--principles of founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin. If Eric and Jonathan were going to succeed, they realized they would have to relearn everything they thought they knew about management and business. Today, Google is a global icon that regularly pushes the boundaries of innovation in a variety of fields. HOW GOOGLE WORKS is an entertaining, page-turning primer containing lessons that Eric and Jonathan learned as they helped build the company. The authors explain how technology has shifted the balance of power from companies to consumers, and that the only way to succeed in this ever-changing landscape is to create superior products and attract a new breed of multifaceted employees whom Eric and Jonathan dub "smart creat...

  6. Special issue on evolutionary theories of religion

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    McKay, Ryan

    Redaktionen af et temanummer i Journal for the Cognitive Science of Religion 4 (1) 2016: 1-90 med en række bidrag som respons til en targetartikel skrevet af Jonathan H. Turner med titlen "Using Neurosociology and Evolutionary Sociology to Explain the Origin and Evolution of Religions". Der er ko...

  7. Field implementation of fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP) deck panels.

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    2017-06-01

    Jeffery S. Volz, S.E., P.E., Ph.D., Kamal H. Khayat, PhD, P.Eng. http://orcid.org/0000-0003-1431-0715, Soo Duck Hwang, Ph.D. http://orcid.org/0000-0003-2178-1531, Hesham Tuwair, Ph.D., Jonathan T. Drury, Amy S. Crone : Although still in their infancy...

  8. Modeling and Evaluating Emotions Impact on Cognition

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    2013-07-01

    Causality and Responsibility Judgment in Multi-Agent Interactions: Extended abstract. 23rd International Joint Conference on Artificial Inteligence ...responsibility judgment in multi-agent interactions." Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research v44(1), 223- 273. • Morteza Dehghani, Jonathan Gratch... Artificial Intelligence (AAAI’11). Grant related invited talks: • Keynote speaker, Workshop on Empathic and Emotional Agents at the International

  9. 76 FR 42113 - Polyethylene Terephthalate Film, Sheet, and Strip From the People's Republic of China: Extension...

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    2011-07-18

    ..., and strip (``PET film'') from the People's Republic of China (``PRC''). This review covers the period... CONTACT: Thomas Martin or Jonathan Hill, AD/CVD Operations, Office 4, Import Administration, International... review of the antidumping duty order on PET film from the PRC. See Initiation of Antidumping and...

  10. 76 FR 61085 - Polyethylene Terephthalate Film, Sheet, and Strip From the People's Republic of China: Extension...

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    2011-10-03

    ..., and strip (``PET film'') from the People's Republic of China (``PRC''). This review covers the period... CONTACT: Thomas Martin or Jonathan Hill, AD/CVD Operations, Office 4, Import Administration, International... review of the antidumping duty order on PET film from the PRC. See Initiation of Antidumping and...

  11. 78 FR 79400 - Polyethylene Terephthalate Film, Sheet, and Strip From the People's Republic of China: Initiation...

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    2013-12-30

    ... order on polyethylene terephthalate film, sheet, and strip (``PET film'') from the People's Republic of... INFORMATION CONTACT: Jonathan Hill, AD/CVD Operations, Office IV, Enforcement & Compliance, International... Operations, Office IV ``Initiation of Antidumping New Shipper Review of Polyethylene Terephthalate Film...

  12. Unraveling "Braid": Puzzle Games and Storytelling in the Imperative Mood

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    Arnott, Luke

    2012-01-01

    "Unraveling Braid" analyzes how unconventional, non-linear narrative fiction can help explain the ways in which video games signify. Specifically, this essay looks at the links between the semiotic features of Jonathan Blow's 2008 puzzle-platform video game Braid and similar elements in Georges Perec's 1978 novel "Life A User's Manual," as well as…

  13. Reference: 183 [Arabidopsis Phenome Database[Archive

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    Full Text Available 183 http://metadb.riken.jp/db/SciNetS_ria224i/cria224u4ria224u15737939i Booker Jon...noid-derived branch-inhibiting hormone. 3 443-9 15737939 2005 Mar Developmental cell Booker Jonathan|Goddard

  14. "Terminatora-3" snjal russki rezhissjor / Stass Tõrkin

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    Tõrkin, Stass

    2003-01-01

    Ekraanile on jõudnud Arnold Schwarzeneggeri kolmas Terminaatori-film "Terminaator 3 : masinate mäss" : režissöör Jonathan Mostow : Ameerika Ühendriigid 2003. Ka filmi režissööri ja peategelaste lühiintervjuud

  15. Behavioral Dynamics in the Cooperative Control of Mixed Human/Robotic Teams

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    2015-01-05

    0528 John Baillieul Intelligent Mechatronics Laboratory Boston University Francesco Bullo, David Castañón, Jonathan D. Cohen, Philip...Interaction,” John Baillieul, The International Conference on Instrumentation, Control, and Information Technology -SICE 2008, Chofu, Tokyo, Japan...Aspects of Simple Decisions in Search and Reconnaissance 2007 MURI Topic 16 Final Report Baillieul et al. • United Technologies Research Center

  16. Moving Faces

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    Journal of College Science Teaching, 2005

    2005-01-01

    A recent study by Zara Ambadar and Jeffrey F. Cohn of the University of Pittsburgh and Jonathan W. Schooler of the University of British Columbia, examined how motion affects people's judgment of subtle facial expressions. Two experiments demonstrated robust effects of motion in facilitating the perception of subtle facial expressions depicting…

  17. Conversations in African Philosophy

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    JONATHAN

    Conversational philosophy is articulated by Jonathan O. Chimakonam as the new wave of philosophical practice both in “place” and in “space”. This journal adopts and promotes this approach to philosophizing for African philosophy. Readers are encouraged to submit their conversational piece (maximum of 2000 words) ...

  18. Mällu tätoveeritud asjad / Martin Oja

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    Oja, Martin, 1978-

    2009-01-01

    Sulev Keeduse filmidest - Esimeses osas mängufilmist "Ainus pühapäev" ning dokumentaalidest "Vaarao lapsed" ja "In paradisum". Teises osas keeleõpetuslikust seriaalist "a ja o", dokumnetaalfilmidest "Perekond", "Tormise regi", "Jonathan Austraaliast" ning mängufilmidest "Georgica" ja "Somnambuul"

  19. Commentary: Who really wants to save the apes?

    Indian Academy of Sciences (India)

    2007-01-31

    Jan 31, 2007 ... Permanent link: https://www.ias.ac.in/article/fulltext/jbsc/032/02/0183-0184. Keywords. AIDS; apes; chimpanzees; Great Ape Project. Author Affiliations. Jonathan Marks1. Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, NC 28223, USA. Dates. Early published ...

  20. Curriculum Prototypes and the Seven Dwarfs.

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    Chapman, Shirley

    Jonathan Culler's notion, that each change of perspective a reader makes brings something different from the text, is explored by using four curricula. They are: the traditional language arts curriculum, an active reading comprehension curriculum, a psychology curriculum, and a feminist curriculum. By analyzing the same text, "Snow White and…

  1. Priit Tenderi film sai Dresdenis auhinna

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    2002-01-01

    Dresdeni 14. filmifestivali animafilmide kategoorias sai teise preemia Priit Tenderi joonisfilm "Mont Blanc". Peapreemia sai saksa režissööri Jonathan Hodgsoni film "Camouflage". Kolmas oli PÖFFi peaauhinna saanud Stepan Birjukovi "Sossedi". Osales ka Nukufilmis diplomitööna valminud Jelena Girlini "Guff"

  2. FILOSOFIA THEORETICA FORMATED Vol 2 No. 2. Final 2docx

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    JONATHAN

    Filosofia Theoretica: Journal of African Philosophy, Culture and Religion. 409. QUANTIFICATION IN AFRICAN LOGIC. Jonathan M. O. Chimakonam Ph.D. Department of ... From Frege to Godel: A Source Book in Mathematical Logic,. 1879-1931. Ed. Heijenoort, van. Jean. Cambrigde: Harvard University Press, 1967. Print.

  3. Envisioning Schoolhouse Nostalgia and the Pastoral Retreat: A Rural Landscape Approach to Educational History

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    Clark, Sara

    2014-01-01

    The role of nostalgia has been identified by those interested in the unique impact of one-room schoolhouses on historical memory and present-day fascination with the structures. Most notably, educational historian Jonathan Zimmerman explored the issue in "Small Wonder: The Little Red Schoolhouse in History and Memory" (2009). Zimmerman…

  4. Not Too Big to Fail: How Teacher Education Killed the Foundations

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    Gabbard, David; Flint, Lori J.

    2013-01-01

    Nearly forty years ago, Jonathan Kozol wrote on the perennial question posed by children: "Why do I have to go to school?" Rightfully, in David Gabbard and Lori Flint's view, he admonishes those who would "act as though it were a foolish question." The authors of this article take issue, however, with his characterization…

  5. Central and Peripheral Mechanisms of Antipsychotic Medication-Induced Metabolic Dysregulation

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    2016-10-01

    may also significantly contribute to our fundamental understanding of obesity and lead to novel treatments. Since APD-induced metabolic disturbances...York, NY 10032 Department of Psychology , Yeshiva University, New York, NY 10016 Sponsor: Jonathan A. Javitch Background: Antipsychotic drugs...Zachary Freyberg Departments of Psychiatry, Pharmacology & Medicine, Columbia University, New York, NY 10032 Department of Psychology , Yeshiva

  6. Ilmus lihtne ja asjalik poliitilise mõtte ABC / Rein Veidemann

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    Veidemann, Rein, 1946-

    2005-01-01

    Tartu Ülikooli eetikakeskus esitles inglise professori Jonathan Wolffi raamatut "Sissejuhatus poliitikafilosoofiasse". Esitlusel Tartus viibis ka raamatu autor, kes on Londoni ülikooli kolledzhi professor ja filosoofiaosakonna juhataja ning Briti filosoofiaühingu sekretär. Lisa: Raamat

  7. A new universal gate for low power SoC applications

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    This paper formulates a new design technique for an area and energy ... Low power; CMOS; pass-transistor; NAND gate; Koomey's law. 1. ... amount of battery you need will fall by a factor of two every year and a half' (Koomey Jonathan.

  8. 78 FR 2688 - National Register of Historic Places; Notification of Pending Nominations and Related Actions

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    2013-01-14

    ... Inglewood, 115 N. Market St., Inglewood, 12001163 Merwin House, (Residential Architecture of Pasadena... Hall, 24 Perry Ave., Bourne, 12001169 Bourne, Jonathan, Public Library, 30 Keene St., Bourne, 12001168...., Willmar, 12001174 St. Louis County Lincoln Branch Library, 2229 W. 2nd St., Duluth, 12001175 MISSOURI...

  9. Teaching Applied Ethics to the Righteous Mind

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    Murphy, Peter

    2014-01-01

    What does current empirically informed moral psychology imply about the goals that can be realistically achieved in college-level applied ethics courses? This paper takes up this question from the vantage point of Jonathan Haidt's Social Intuitionist Model of human moral judgment. I summarize Haidt's model, and then consider a variety of…

  10. Review: Everything that rises must converge contemporary South ...

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    Banoobhai, Shabbir. 2002. Inward Moon Outward Sun. Pietermaritzburg: Gecko Poetry. Michael Chapman (ed.). 2002. The New Century of South African Poetry. Johannesburg: Jonathan Ball Publishers. R N Currey. 2001. Collected Poems. Cape Town: David Philip; Oxford: James Currey. Chris Mann. 2002. Heartlands.

  11. "Rooma" äratab 2000 aasta taguse hiilguse / Andri Maimets

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    Maimets, Andri, 1979-

    2006-01-01

    Ajalooline kostüümidraama - seriaal Rooma impeeriumi ajast "Rooma" : tootjad Ameerika Home Box Office (HBO) ja inglaste BBC. Artikkel on reportaaž Rooma filmistuudiost Cinecitta, kus on üleval seriaali elusuuruses dekoratsioonid ning selgitusi annavad ajalooline nõustaja Jonathan Stamp, produtsent-stsenarist Bruno Heller, kostüümikunstnik April Ferry jt.

  12. Proceedings of the Workshop on Gulf Stream Structure and Variability Held at Research Triangle Park, North Carolina on 1-2 April 1982.

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    1982-04-01

    recently been re-discovered (Richardson, 1980). Franklin’s grand-nephew, Jonathan Williams (1793), applied his uncle’s ideas about thermometric naviga...spheres instead of aluminum tubes. This makes them lighter and easier to handle and permits us to profile to greater depths than before. The data are

  13. Addressing Child Maltreatment in New Zealand: Is Poverty Reduction Enough?

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    Dare, Tim; Vaithianathan, Rhema; De Haan, Irene

    2014-01-01

    Jonathan Boston provides an insightful analysis of the emergence and persistence of child poverty in New Zealand (Boston, 2014, "Educational Philosophy and Theory"). His remarks on why child poverty matters are brief but, as he reports, "there is a large and robust body of research on the harmful consequences of child poverty"…

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    Prof

    2013-09-25

    Use of Forensic Accounting Techniques in the Detection of Fraud in ... understanding of the business information, financial reporting system, accounting and ... damage, estimations of internal controls, frauds and others that involve inclusion of ... President Goodluck Jonathan dated September 25, 2013, to the effect that the ...

  15. Inimese murdmine ühiskonna prismas / Andri Ksenofontov

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    Ksenofontov, Andri, 1962-

    2011-01-01

    Epp Kubu näitus "Raha ajab lapsi taga" Tallinna Linnagaleriis 8. maini 2011. Kristina Kiviranna ja Riina-Ingel Keskpaiga ehk Lumi Kylma näitus "Escape" ("Põgenemine") Tallinnas Aatriumi galeriis 21. maini 2011. Johanna Sipilä (Soome) ja Katrin Piile maalinäitus "Jonathan Krani" Tallinnas Polymeri kunstikonteineris 1. maini 2011

  16. Unemployment and domestic violence

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    Dan Anderberg; Helmut Rainer; Jonathan Wadsworth; Tanya Wilson

    2014-01-01

    Contrary to popular belief, the incidence of domestic violence in Britain does not seem to have risen during the recession. But according to research by Jonathan Wadsworth and colleagues, men and women have experienced different risks of unemployment - and these have had contrasting effects on the level of physical abuse.

  17. Evaluation of binder and disintegrant properties of starch derived ...

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    AMARA

    2013-05-15

    May 15, 2013 ... Full Length Research Paper. Evaluation of binder and disintegrant properties of starch derived from Xanthosoma sagittifolium in metronidazole tablets. Onyishi Ikechukwu V., Chime Salome A.* and Ugwu Jonathan C. Department of Pharmaceutical Technology and Industrial Pharmacy, University of Nigeria, ...

  18. Advancement in Perfluoroalkyl Research Hampered by Analytical Challenges

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    Martin, J.W.; Kannan, K.; Berger, U.; de Voogt, P.; Field, J.; Giesy, J.P.; Harner, T.; Muir, D.C.G.; Scott, B.; Kaiser, M.; Jarnberg, U.; Jones, K.C.; Mabury, S.A.; Schroeder, H.; Simcik, M.; Sottani, C.; Van Bavel, B.; Karrman, A.; Lindstrom, G.; Van Leeuwen, S.

    2004-01-01

    The growing concern over these organohalogens, some of which have been found in human blood and appear to be widespread in the environment, led researchers to gather in Hamburg, Germany, in 2003 to evaluate the current state of methods to analyze for the organic contaminants. Jonathan Martin of the

  19. Muusikauudiseid maailmast / Nele-Eva Steinfeld

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    Steinfeld, Nele-Eva

    2015-01-01

    Lühisõnumeid maailmast: Grammy võitjad selgunud. Suri metsosoproan Jelena Obraztsova. Dubaisse kerkib läbipaistev ooperimaja. Lahkus pianist Aldo Ciccolini. Alan Gilbert lahkub New Yorgi Filharmoonikute juurest. Šveitsi-Romaani orkestri uueks peadirigendiks saab Jonathan Nott. Taani kammerorkester loodab "Hooandja"-laadsele toetussüsteemile jne.

  20. The base rate principle and the fairness principle in social judgment.

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    Cao, Jack; Banaji, Mahzarin R

    2016-07-05

    Meet Jonathan and Elizabeth. One person is a doctor and the other is a nurse. Who is the doctor? When nothing else is known, the base rate principle favors Jonathan to be the doctor and the fairness principle favors both individuals equally. However, when individuating facts reveal who is actually the doctor, base rates and fairness become irrelevant, as the facts make the correct answer clear. In three experiments, explicit and implicit beliefs were measured before and after individuating facts were learned. These facts were either stereotypic (e.g., Jonathan is the doctor, Elizabeth is the nurse) or counterstereotypic (e.g., Elizabeth is the doctor, Jonathan is the nurse). Results showed that before individuating facts were learned, explicit beliefs followed the fairness principle, whereas implicit beliefs followed the base rate principle. After individuating facts were learned, explicit beliefs correctly aligned with stereotypic and counterstereotypic facts. Implicit beliefs, however, were immune to counterstereotypic facts and continued to follow the base rate principle. Having established the robustness and generality of these results, a fourth experiment verified that gender stereotypes played a causal role: when both individuals were male, explicit and implicit beliefs alike correctly converged with individuating facts. Taken together, these experiments demonstrate that explicit beliefs uphold fairness and incorporate obvious and relevant facts, but implicit beliefs uphold base rates and appear relatively impervious to counterstereotypic facts.

  1. Kiiksuga kangelased / Mele Pesti

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    Pesti, Mele, 1979-

    2006-01-01

    USA roadmovie tüüpi sisukad mängufilmid "Väike Miss Päikesepaiste" ("Little Miss Sunshine"; režissöörid Jonathan Dayton ja Valerie Faris, peaosas 10-aastane Abigail Breslin) ja "Transamerica" ( režissöör Duncan Tucker, peaosas Felicity Huffman)

  2. 78 FR 48696 - Draft Revisions to the Marine Safety Manual, Volume III, Chapters 20-26

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    2013-08-09

    ... Commercial Vessel Compliance, U.S. Coast Guard; telephone 202-372-1208, email [email protected] . If...) clarifying roles, responsibilities, and facilitation of communications with the appropriate offices at Coast.... Jonathan C. Burton, Captain, U.S. Coast Guard, Director, Inspections and Compliance. [FR Doc. 2013-19359...

  3. Corporal Punishment and the Pain Provoked by the Community of Enquiry Pedagogy in the University Classroom

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    Murris, Karin

    2014-01-01

    Education for transformation and social justice calls for critical, reflective, imaginative and independent thinkers with enquiring minds and a strong sense of curiosity--the ends and means of what Jonathan Jansen calls a "pedagogy to disrupt" and Gert Biesta a "pedagogy of interruption". For this reason, I introduced an…

  4. Big Missiles and Big Decks: The Viability of Aircraft Carriers in an A2/AD World

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    2016-06-01

    Greenert, and Paul Zukunft, Forward, Engaged, Ready: A Cooperative Strategy for 21st Century Seapower, (Washington, DC: Department of Defense, March 2015...Shortly after the Battle of Leyte Gulf, Japan eventually developed new platforms—such as the Oka, or “ Cherry ...Jonathan Greenert, and Paul Zukunft. Forward, Engaged, Ready: A Cooperative Strategy for 21st Century Seapower. Washington, DC: Department of

  5. Effect of 2 Bedding Materials on Ammonia Levels in Individually Ventilated Cages

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    Koontz,1* David M Kumsher,2 Richard Kelly III,3 and Jonathan D Stallings1 This study sought to identify an optimal rodent bedding and cage-change...March 2015]. Available at: http://www.ssponline.com/. 15. Silverman J, Bays DW, Cooper SF, Baker SP. 2008. Ammonia and carbon dioxide concentrations

  6. ANTIANDROGENIC EFFECTS OF VINCLOZOLIN ON MALE RATS ARE PARTIALLY ATTENUATED BY TESTOSTERONE PROPIONATE

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    ANTIANDROGENIC EFFECTS OF VINCLOZOLIN ON MALE RATS ARE PARTIALLY ATTENUATED BY TESTOSTERONE PROPIONATECynthia Wolf1,2 , Joe Ostby1, Jonathan Furr 1, Gerald A. LeBlanc2, and L. Earl Gray, Jr.11 US Environmental Protection Agency, NHEERL, RTD, RTP, NC 27711, 2 Departmen...

  7. 78 FR 26349 - Notice of Commissioner and Staff Attendance at North American Electric Reliability Corporation...

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    ... Standards Oversight and Technology Committee Meetings Sheraton Boston Hotel, 39 Dalton Street, Boston, MA, 02199. May 8 (7:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.) and May 9 (8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.), 2013 Further information regarding... American Electric Reliability Corporation For further information, please contact Jonathan First, 202-502...

  8. Notes on the ecology and status of some forest mammals in four ...

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    Notes on the ecology and status of some forest mammals in four Eastern Arc Mountains, Tanzania. Norbert J Cordeiro, Nathalie Seddon, David R Capper, Jonathan MM Ekstrom, Kim M Howell, Isabel S Isherwood, Charles AM Msuya, Jonas T Mushi, Andrew W Perkin, Robert G Pople, William T Stanley ...

  9. AS OTHERS SEE US·

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    artist presents a picture of the profession which most patients would ... feels the Moor's and announces his satisfaction with the words, .... cults I could remember and rather rashly tried to draw conclusions. .... better. A contrast between Jonathan, a doctor by vocation, and the brilliant Harold, who chooses medicine for want of ...

  10. Reviews | Feinauer | Lexikos

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    Jonathan Crowther (Editor), Kathryn Kavanagh (Assistant Editor) and. Michael Ashby (Phonetics Editor). Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary of Current English, 5th edition· (New International Students' Edition) 1995, x + 1428 pp. ISBN 0-19-431423-5. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Price R54,95.

  11. 77 FR 40345 - Intent to Grant an Exclusive Patent License

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    2012-07-09

    ... DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE Department of the Air Force Intent to Grant an Exclusive Patent License... William V. Stoecker, Hernan F. Gomez, Jonathan A. Green, and David L. McGlasson; U.S. Patent Number 7,927... David L. McGlasson; U.S. Patent Application Number Serial No. 12/756,875, filed on April 8, 2010...

  12. Structure, Function and Diversity of the Healthy Human Microbiome

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    2012-06-14

    Durbin, R. Fast and accurate long-read alignment with Burrows –Wheeler transform. Bioinformatics 26, 589–595 (2010). 26. Giannoukos, G. et al...Feldgarden2, Victor M. Felix7, Sheila Fisher2, Anthony A. Fodor41, Larry J. Forney42, Leslie Foster6, Valentina Di Francesco19, Jonathan Friedman43

  13. eJAAVSO | aavso.org

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    Institute CCD School Videos Student Projects Two Eyes, 3D Variable Star Astronomy H-R Diagram Plotting , Roland Idaczyk, Stephen Kerr, Ranald McIntosh, Yenal Ogmen, Jonathan Powles, Peter Starr, George Stockham CHOICE Online Institute CCD School Videos Student Projects Two Eyes, 3D Variable Star Astronomy H-R

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    ... privacy issues, please contact: Jonathan Cantor, (202-343-1717), Acting Chief Privacy Officer, Privacy... DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY Office of the Secretary Privacy Act of 1974; Retirement of Department of Homeland Security Transportation Security Administration System of Records AGENCY: Privacy...

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    ... 20598-6036; email: [email protected] . For privacy issues please contact: Jonathan Cantor, (202-343... DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY Office of the Secretary Privacy Act of 1974; Retirement of Department of Homeland Security Transportation Security Administration System of Records AGENCY: Privacy...

  16. 78 FR 4079 - Privacy Act of 1974: Implementation of Exemptions; Department of Homeland Security U.S. Customs...

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    ... Ninth Street NW., Washington, DC 20229. For privacy issues please contact: Jonathan R. Cantor (202-343... Secretary 6 CFR Part 5 [Docket No. DHS 2012-0076] Privacy Act of 1974: Implementation of Exemptions...), System of Records AGENCY: Privacy Office, DHS. ACTION: Notice of proposed rulemaking. SUMMARY: The...

  17. 77 FR 70792 - Privacy Act of 1974; Retirement of Department of Homeland Security Transportation Security...

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    ..., VA 20598-6036; email: [email protected] . For privacy issues please contact: Jonathan R. Cantor... DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY Office of the Secretary Privacy Act of 1974; Retirement of Department of Homeland Security Transportation Security Administration System of Records AGENCY: Privacy...

  18. 75 FR 38813 - Granting of Request for Early Termination of the Waiting Period Under the Premerger Notification...

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    ... Holding S.A.S. G Jonathan B. Murray. G Bunim-Murray Productions. G M Theory Entertainment, Inc. G Mobility.... 27-MAY-10 20100641 G Cerberus Institutional Partners, L.P. G DynCorp International Inc. G DynCorp...

  19. Two Views: Do College Therapists Underdiagnose Bipolar II Disorder?

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    Perry, Jonathan; Keyes, Lee

    2014-01-01

    On February 17, 2014, Dr. Jonathan Perry, former director of counseling at the University of Arkansas, sparked a lively debate on the listserv of the Association of University and College Counseling Center Directors (AUCCCD) by warning about the likelihood and dangers of underdiagnosing borderline II disorder. Standing out among the many…

  20. Critical Arts - Vol 18, No 1 (2004)

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    Danie Jordaan. Transforming the media: A cultural approach. Lynette Steenveld. The Righteousness of self-centred royals: The world according to Disney animation. Lee Artz. Unifying and Dividing Processes in National Media: The Janus Face of South Africa. Kristin Skare Orgeret. Intellectuals Under Fire. Jonathan Jansen ...

  1. Historia Sancti Ludgeri

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    Johannesburg: Jonathan Ball. Steyn, Carol (ed.) (2002). The Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the Grey Collection of the National. Library of South Africa. 2 Volumes. Salzburg: Universität Salzburg. Stroux, Christoph (1959). Die Musica poetica des Magisters Heinrich Faber: Kommentar. Berlin: Duncker. & Humbolt.

  2. Kriminalnoje tshtivo

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    2006-01-01

    Õudusfilm "Voonakeste vaikimine" ("The Silence of the Lambs") Thomas Harrise romaani järgi : režissöör Jonathan Demme : peaosades Anthony Hopkins, Jodie Foster : Ameerika Ühendriigid 1991. Thomas Harrise loodud ja Anthony Hopkinsi mängitud sarimõrvari Hannibal Lecteri rollist. Sarimõrvarite prototüüpidest filmikunstis

  3. Twenty Superstars of Education

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    Adams, Caralee

    2006-01-01

    In 2005, the staff at "Instruction" magazine conducted a survey to know the individuals who are most admired for their contributions to the field of education. This article presents the brief profiles of these individuals. These celebrities, authors, and teachers include Mel Levine, Oprah Winfrey, Hillary Clinton, Jonathan Kozol, Marilyn Burns,…

  4. Determination of Love- and Rayleigh-Wave Magnitudes for Earthquakes and Explosions and Other Studies

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    2012-12-30

    09-C-0012 5b. GRANT NUMBER 5c. PROGRAM ELEMENT NUMBER 62601F 6. AUTHOR(S) Jessie L. Bonner, Anastasia Stroujkova, Dale Anderson, Jonathan...AND RAYLEIGH-WAVE MAGNITUDES FOR EARTHQUAKES AND EXPLOSIONS Jessie L. Bonner, Anastasia Stroujkova, and Dale Anderson INTRODUCTION Since...MAXIMUM LIKELIHOOD ESTIMATION: APPLICATION TO MIDDLE EAST EARTHQUAKE DATA Anastasia Stroujkova and Jessie Bonner Weston Geophysical Corporation

  5. Moving Targets: Constructing Canons, 2013–2014

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    Hirsch, BD

    2015-01-01

    This review essay considers early modern dramatic authorship and canons in the context of two recent publications: an anthology of plays -- William Shakespeare and Others: Collaborative Plays (2013), edited by Jonathan Bate and Eric Rasmussen as a companion volume to the RSC Complete Works -- and a monograph study -- Jeremy Lopez's Constructing the Canon of Early Modern Drama (2014).

  6. Assessment of cumulative exposure to UVA through study of asymmetric facial skin damage

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    Sophie Mac-Mary1

    2010-09-01

    Full Text Available Sophie Mac-Mary1, Jean-Marie Sainthillier1, Adeline Jeudy3, Christelle Sladen2, Cara Williams2, Mike Bell2, Philippe Humbert31Skinexigence SAS, Saint-Jacques University Hospital, Besançon, France; 2The Boots Company, Nottingham, United Kingdom; 3Research and Studies Center on the Integument, Department of Dermatology, Saint-Jacques University Hospital, University of Franche-Comté, Besançon, FranceBackground: Published studies assessing whether asymmetric facial ultraviolet light exposure leads to underlying differences in skin physiology and morphology are only observational. The aim of this study was to assess the visual impact on the skin of repeated ultraviolet-A (UVA exposure through a window.Methods: Eight women and two men presenting with asymmetric signs of photoaging due to overexposure of one side of their face to the sun through a window over a long period of time were enrolled in the study. Split-face biometrologic assessments were performed (clinical scoring, hydration with Corneometer®, mechanical properties with a Cutometer®, transepidermal water loss with AquaFlux®, skin relief with fringe projection, photography, stripping, and then lipid peroxidation analyses.Results: Significant differences were observed in clinical scores for wrinkles, skin roughness assessed by fringe projection on the cheek, and skin heterogeneity assessed with spectrocolorimetry on the cheekbone. Other differences were observed for skin hydration, as well as skin laxity, which tended towards significance.Discussion: This study suggests the potential benefit of daily UVA protection during nondeliberate exposure indoors as well as outside.Keywords: UVA, asymmetry, photodamage, face

  7. Walking the Terrain of History with a Faulty Map

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    Margaret C. Jacob

    2015-09-01

    Full Text Available Benjamin Kaplan’s superb new book, Cunegonde’s Kidnapping, offers an opportunity to access the value of Jonathan Israel’s rigid distinction between the so-called moderate and radical Enlightenments. Sometimes micro-histories expose the dangers of macro-histories founded not on historical reality but on the prejudices of the historian. Wandelen over het terrein van de geschiedenis met een verkeerde kaartBenjamin Kaplans indrukwekkende Cunegonde’s Kidnapping biedt een mogelijkheid om Jonathan Israels strakke scheiding tussen zogenoemde gematigde en radicale Verlichting op waarde te schatten. Micro-geschiedenissen kunnen soms de gevaren blootleggen van macro geschiedenissen die niet op de historische werkelijkheid zijn gebaseerd, maar op vooroordelen van de historicus.

  8. Cowboys and Vampires

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    Ladegaard, Jakob

    2015-01-01

    investments. This territory was soon explored by a number of American novels: John Beckman’s The Winter Zoo (2002), Dave Eggers’s You Shall Know Our Velocity (2002), Jonathan Safran Foer’s Everything Is Illuminated (2002), Jonathan Franzen’s The Corrections (2001), William Gibson’s Pattern Recognition (2003......During half of the twentieth century, the socialist states in Eastern and Central Europe functioned as a political Other that helped shape collective identities in the USA. The collapse of the socialist regimes in the early 1990s opened up a new territory for economic, personal and imaginary......), Arthur Phillips’s Prague (2002) and Gary Shteyngart’s The Russian Debutante’s Handbook (2002). This article argues that in these novels post-communist Eastern Europe functions as a region off the symbolic map, a wilderness, often violent, replete with traces of an insistent past. The novels often view...

  9. Mitchell Receives 2013 Ronald Greeley Early Career Award in Planetary Science: Citation

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    McKinnon, William B.

    2014-07-01

    The Greeley Early Career Award is named for pioneering planetary scientist Ronald Greeley. Ron was involved in nearly every major planetary mission from the 1970s until his death and was extraordinarily active in service to the planetary science community. Ron's greatest legacies, however, are those he mentored through the decades, and it is young scientists whose work and promise we seek to recognize. This year's Greeley award winner is Jonathan L. Mitchell, an assistant professor at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). Jonathan received his Ph.D. from the University of Chicago, and after a postdoc at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Princeton, he joined the UCLA faculty, where he holds a joint appointment in Earth and space sciences and in atmospheric sciences.

  10. Following the rays of Kurahara Koreyoshi’s Black Sun. Negrophilia in Japanese cinema

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    Marek Bochniarz

    2018-05-01

    Full Text Available This article explores two films by Kurahara Koreyoshi: Black Sun and Safari 5000, in the context of the scholars John Russell and Jonathan D. Mackintosh’s approaches to racism and so-called negrophilia in Japanese mass-culture and cinema. The authors argue that cultural stereotypes even have a negative impact on the artistically original Japanese directors, who only seem to be independent and express their thoughts freely.

  11. Dissolvable Films of Silk Fibroin for Ultrathin Conformal Bio-Integrated Electronics

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    2010-06-01

    implantation. *A full list of authors and their affiliations appears at the end of the paper. Silk is an appealing biopolymer as a temporary, soluble...18 APR 2010 2. REPORT TYPE 3. DATES COVERED 00-00-2010 to 00-00-2010 4. TITLE AND SUBTITLE Dissolvable films of silk fibroin for ultrathin...10.1038/NMAT2745 Dissolvable films of silk fibroin for ultrathin conformal bio-integrated electronics Dae-Hyeong Kim and Jonathan Viventi et al

  12. Reflections on Active Networking

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    2005-01-01

    with a Software Switch for Active Networks ”. We had initially called the project “ SoftSwitch ”, but after some concerns David Farber raised that this...Reflections on Active Networking Jonathan M. Smith CIS Department, University of Pennsylvania jms@cis.upenn.edu Abstract Interactions among...telecommunications networks , computers, and other peripheral devices have been of interest since the earliest distributed computing systems. A key

  13. Using XML/HTTP to Store, Serve and Annotate Tactical Scenarios for X3D Operational Visualization and Anti-Terrorist Training

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    2003-03-01

    PXSLServlet Paul A. Open Source Relational x X 23 Tchistopolskii sql2dtd David Mertz Public domain Relational x -- sql2xml Scott Hathaway Public...March 2003. [Hunter 2001] Hunter, David ; Cagle, Kurt; Dix, Chris; Kovack, Roger; Pinnock, Jonathan, Rafter, Jeff; Beginning XML (2nd Edition...Postgraduate School Monterey, California 4. Curt Blais Naval Postgraduate School Monterey, California 5 Erik Chaum NAVSEA Undersea

  14. Trade Finance, Bank Bail-outs and Profit Taxation in an Interconnected World

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    SCHMIDT-EISENLOHR, Tim

    2010-01-01

    Defense date: 24 May 2010 Examining Board: Prof. Giancarlo Corsetti, EUI, Supervisor; Prof. Andrew Bernard, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth; Prof. Russell Cooper, EUI; Prof. Jonathan Eaton, New York University Countries are increasingly linked internationally. The three models developed in this thesis shed light on how firms and governments respond to the increasing interconnectedness of the world economy, analyzing profit taxation, trade finance and government intervention in the ...

  15. Five Classic Articles in Public Health

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    Borak, Jonathan

    2010-01-01

    In this brief review, Dr. Jonathan Borak comments on five seminal papers that helped shape the fields of epidemiology and public health. These papers include Hill?s criteria for inferring causality; the first proof of the multistage theory of cancer; the first evidence that subclinical lead exposures can cause neurobehavioral impairment in children; a simple yet robust study that had a major influence on setting current air pollution policies; and a landmark review of the general public?s per...

  16. Telefon asendab töövihikut / Madiken Kütt ; kommenteerinud Chernice Keenan, Carl Oskar Kvalųysęter, Kristiina Veevo

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    Kütt, Madiken

    2013-01-01

    Tallinna ülikooli Haapsalu kolledži klassiõpetaja eriala õppekavast seotakse sügisest kuni kolmandik haridustehnoloogiaga ehk laste õpetamisel tehnoloogia kasutamisega. Selgitusi jagavad kolleži arendusjuht Liina Põld ja uue õppekava looja Piret Lehiste. Erasmuse intensiivprogrammist "IKT hariduses: interaktiivne õpe meediakasutuse kaudu" Haapsalu kolledžis. Koolituse läbinud tudengite kommentaarid ning intervjuu neid juhendanud õppejõu Jonathan Audainiga

  17. Cyber Security: A Crisis of Prioritization

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    2005-02-01

    Society (CITRIS) and Professor University of California, Berkeley J. Carter Beese , Jr. President Riggs Capital Partners Pedro Celis, Ph.D. Software...Science University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill William J. Hannigan President AT&T Jonathan C. Javitt, M.D., M.P.H. Senior Fellow Potomac Institute...CHAIR F. Thomson Leighton MEMBERS J. Carter Beese , Jr. Patricia Thomas Evans Luis E. Fiallo Harold Mortazavian David A. Patterson Alice G

  18. [Radicalism and feminism: The case of Poulain de la Barre].

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    Pellegrin, Marie-Frédérique

    2015-12-01

    Early modern radicalism and its criteria are described and defined by Jonathan Israel in various works. Poulain de la Barre, one of the first modern feminist thinkers, first is used by Israel as an example of the so-called radical Enlightenment and finally is rejected as such. This case study exhibed the necessity of questionning the coherence of the required criteria for defining a « radical » thinker, especially when examinating carefully the last paragraph of Spinoza's Political Treatise.

  19. Latest framework to improve vital signs.

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    Baillie, Jonathan

    2009-08-01

    Greater consistency in NHS signage, coupled with the assurance of a high quality, competitively-priced range of signage and wayfinding products and services, are among the benefits promised to estates and facilities teams UK-wide following the NHS Purchasing and Supply Agency's (NHS PASA) recent launch of a new pan-Government signage framework agreement. Jonathan Baillie reports, and talks to several signage suppliers appointed to the framework about their expertise, skills and recent experience.

  20. Prostate Cancer Biorepository Network

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    2017-10-01

    AWARD NUMBER: W81XWH-14-2-0185 TITLE: Prostate Cancer Biorepository Network PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR: Jonathan Melamed, MD CONTRACTING ORGANIZATION...AND SUBTITLE 5a. CONTRACT NUMBER Prostate Cancer Biorepository Network 5b. GRANT NUMBER W81XWH-14-2-0185 5c. PROGRAM ELEMENT NUMBER 6. AUTHOR(S...infrastructure and operations of the Prostate Cancer Biorepository Network (PCBN). The aim of the PCBN is to provide prostate researchers with high-quality

  1. Do Psychological Operations Benefit from the Use of Host Nation Media?

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    2007-03-01

    U.S. military and civil operations. 15. NUMBER OF PAGES 133 14. SUBJECT TERMS Psychological Operations, Strategic Communications 16. PRICE...for the use of host nation media assets relevant to U.S. military and civil operations. vi THIS PAGE...like to thank my immediate peers: Jonathan Keiser, Mark Engen , Lee Evans, and Matt Zahn for their helpful input. Lastly, I would like to thank my

  2. Macroeconomic Policies and Agent Heterogeneity

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    GOTTLIEB, Charles

    2012-01-01

    Defence date: 24 February 2012 Examining Board: Giancarlo Corsetti, Arpad Abraham, Juan Carlos Conesa, Jonathan Heathcote. This thesis contributes to the understanding of macroeconomic policies’ impact on the distribution of wealth. It belongs to the strand of literature that departs from the representative agent assumption and perceives agent heterogeneity and the induced disparities in wealth accumulation, as an important dimension of economic policy-making. Within such economic envir...

  3. Production, Manipulation, and Applications of Ultracold Polar Molecules

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    2015-04-30

    were added to the MURI, and in some cases , the experiments were carried out on different molecules than originally stated (e.g., laser cooling and...interactions between like homonuclear alkali metal diatoms. J. Chem. Phys., 135:244307, 2011. [21] Jason N. Byrd, H. Harvey Michels, Jr. John A. Montgomery...111:1, 2013. [35] M. I. Fabrikant, Tian Li, N. J. Fitch, N. Farrow, Jonathan D. Weinstein , and H. J. Lewandowski. Method for traveling-wave

  4. Grid Scale Energy Storage (Symposium EE8)

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    2016-06-01

    any one of the areas 5 touched upon by speakers participated in symposium EE8, which could potentially change the energy storage landscape in an...Solid-State Supercapacitors Based on RuO2/PEDOT Hybrid Ultrathin Films Chuanfang (John) Zhang1, Thomas Higgins1, Jonathan Coleman1, Valeria...or capacitance) at the expense of electrodes transmittance. Therefore it’s very necessary to develop ultrathin films with highly pseudocapacitive

  5. Fabrication of High Energy Density Tin/Carbon Anode Using Reduction Expansion Synthesis and Aerosol through Plasma Techniques

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    2017-03-01

    prospect especially as the U.S. Navy enters the age of electric warships, utilizing energy -intensive weapons such as free electron lasers and rail ...guns that would require better energy storage mediums in the future. xix ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I would like to thank my advisor, Professor Jonathan...INCREASED ELECTRICAL STORAGE NEEDS IN THE USN The rail gun (Figure 1) is currently pursued as a weapon of choice by the USN because of its speed

  6. Analysis of the Requirements Generation Process for the Logistics Analysis and Wargame Support Tool

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    2017-06-01

    impact everything from strategic logistic operations down to the energy demands at the company level. It also looks at the force structure of the...this requirement. 34. The system shall determine the efficiency of the logistics network with respect to an estimated cost of fuel used to deliver...REQUIREMENTS GENERATION PROCESS FOR THE LOGISTICS ANALYSIS AND WARGAME SUPPORT TOOL by Jonathan M. Swan June 2017 Thesis Advisor

  7. Cheryl's Birthday

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    van Ditmarsch, Hans; Hartley, Michael Ian; Kooi, Barteld; Welton, Jonathan; Yeo, Joseph B. W.

    2017-01-01

    We present four logic puzzles and after that their solutions. Joseph Yeo designed 'Cheryl's Birthday'. Mike Hartley came up with a novel solution for 'One Hundred Prisoners and a Light Bulb'. Jonathan Welton designed 'A Blind Guess' and 'Abby's Birthday'. Hans van Ditmarsch and Barteld Kooi authored the puzzlebook 'One Hundred Prisoners and a Light Bulb' that contains other knowledge puzzles, and that can also be found on the webpage http://personal.us.es/hvd/lightbulb.html dedicated to the b...

  8. African White Gold: Elephant Ivory and Rhino Horn Trafficking - US Intervention and Interdiction

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    2015-03-01

    risks spilling across the waters that separate them. It is not a surprise then that US policy focused primarily upon challenges like HIV or Ebola...discounting deep-seeded local cultural norms and beliefs . Thus presenting these animals as a financial resource in line with Mozambican traditional views, the...home/2013/7/30/mozambique-commits-to- tackling-wildlife-crime.html. 7 Jonathan S Adams and Thomas O McShane, The Myth of Africa Wild (New York, NY

  9. Uudiseid maailmast / Nele-Eva Steinfeld

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    Steinfeld, Nele-Eva

    2012-01-01

    Lühisõnumeid muusikamaailmast: Suri maailma vanim helilooja Elliott Carter. Lahkus Hans Werner Henze. Uusi teoseid Beethovenilt. Joseph Joachimi viiuldajate konkursi võitjad selgunud. Pianist Pavel Kolesnikov võitis Esther Honensi nimelise konkursi. Lõuna-Korea ringhäälingu sümfooniaorkestri uueks peadirigendiks saab Mihhail Pletnjov. Tokyo sümfooniaorkestri uueks muusikajuhis sai Jonathan Nott. Pikendatakse Alan Gilbert'i lepingut. Robert Schumanni auhind

  10. Simulations of Proton Implantation in Silicon Carbide (SiC)

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    2016-03-31

    Simulations of Proton Implantation in Silicon Carbide (SiC) Jonathan P. McCandless, Hailong Chen, Philip X.-L. Feng Electrical Engineering, Case...of implanting protons (hydrogen ions, H+) into SiC thin layers on silicon (Si) substrate, and explore the ion implantation conditions that are...relevant to experimental radiation of SiC layers. Keywords: silicon carbide (SiC); radiation effects; ion implantation ; proton; stopping and range of

  11. ION ACOUSTIC TURBULENCE, ANOMALOUS TRANSPORT, AND SYSTEM DYNAMICS IN HALL EFFECT THRUSTERS

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    2017-06-30

    NUMBER (Include area code) 30 June 2017 Briefing Charts 26 May 2017 - 30 June 2017 ION ACOUSTIC TURBULENCE, ANOMALOUS TRANSPORT, AND SYSTEM DYNAMICS ...Robert Martin N/A ION ACOUSTIC TURBULENCE, ANOMALOUS TRANSPORT, AND SYSTEM DYNAMICS IN HALL EFFECT THRUSTERS Robert Martin1, Jonathan Tran2 1AIR FORCE...Approved for Public Release; Distribution is Unlimited. PA# 17394 1 / 13 OUTLINE 1 INTRODUCTION 2 TRANSPORT 3 DYNAMIC SYSTEM 4 SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION

  12. Rethinking the U.S. Approach to Boko Haram: The Case for a Regional Strategy

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    2015-02-01

    the unfair distribution of national wealth, and the perceived favorable treatment of one group (ethnicity, religion, etc.) over others. [Bolster...President Jonathan has personally shown a generally tepid reaction towards the northeast (even in the aftermath of the Chibok kidnappings). In sending in...in Nigeria.”41 With this in mind, the State Department and USAID programs have aimed to increase education for women in northern Nigeria, provide

  13. PHANTOM: Practical Oblivious Computation in a Secure Processor

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    2014-05-16

    competitive relationship between the cloud provider and the client. For example, Netflix is hosted on Amazon’s EC2 cloud infrastructure, while Amazon is a...unilever/ (visited on 03/21/2013). [7] Charles Babcock. Cloud Connect: Netflix Finds Home In Amazon EC2. Retrieved Sep 16, 2013. url: http...www.informationweek.com/cloud-computing/infrast ructure/cloud-connect- netflix -finds-home-in-amaz/229300547. [8] Jonathan Bachrach et al. “Chisel: Constructing

  14. Foreign Devils and God-Worshipers: Western Mercenaries and Cross-Cultural Realism During the Taiping Rebellion

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    activities of Ever-Victorious Army and nominal superior to Ward and Gordon. The discussions between Li and his superiors and other members of the...and Mandarins, 52–54. 99 Jonathan D. Spence, To Change China: Western Advisers in China, 1620-1960 (Boston: Little Brown, 1969), 69–70. 100 Ibid...self-regulation, and intercultural interaction) and avoid future disruptions in the relationship (cultural reasoning). Toward this, Li was advised by

  15. Beyond Keyword Search: Representations and Models for Personalization

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    collaboration with Gaurav Veda and Dafna Shahaf, and it is doubtful that the simultaneous intensity and hilarity of the meetings the three of us had with...Dafna Shahaf, Ajit Singh, Gaurav Veda , Yisong Yue, Erik Zawadzki and Brian Ziebart. Thanks as well to our summer interns Samuel Hopkins and Nara...away from a turbulent Tahrir.) I am especially grateful to Sue Ann Hong, Gaurav Veda , Mary McGlohon, Sajid Siddiqi, Nada Quraishi, Jonathan Huang, Bri

  16. Al-Qaeda in Iraq (AQI): An Al-Qaeda Affiliate Case Study

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    123 Jonathan J. Schroden, “Measures for Security in a Counterinsurgency,” Journal of Strategic Studies , 32, issue 5 (2009). 124 Schultz...Security in a Counterinsurgency.” Journal of Strategic Studies . 32, no. 5 (2009). Shanker, Thom. “Qaeda Leaders in Iraq Neutralized, U.S. Says...Case Study Zack Gold With contributions from Pamela G. Faber October 2017 This work was performed under Federal Government

  17. Tendinopathy of the long head of the biceps tendon: histopathologic analysis of the extra-articular biceps tendon and tenosynovium

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    Shishani, Yousef; Streit,Jonathan; Rodgers,Mark; Gobezie,Reuben

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    Jonathan J Streit,1 Yousef Shishani,1 Mark Rodgers,2 Reuben Gobezie1 1The Cleveland Shoulder Institute, 2Department of Pathology, University Hospitals of Cleveland, Cleveland, OH, USA Background: Bicipital tendinitis is a common cause of anterior shoulder pain, but there is no evidence that acute inflammation of the extra-articular long head of the biceps (LHB) tendon is the root cause of this condition. We evaluated the histologic findings of the extra-articular portion of the LHB tendon an...

  18. Host Response to Environmental Hazards: Using Literature, Bioinformatics, and Computation to Derive Candidate Biomarkers of Toxic Industrial Chemical Exposure

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    2015-10-01

    military threat chemicals with adverse health effects and clinical outcomes to improve diagnostic potential after exposure to toxic industrial...end organ injury following chemical exposures in the field. Markers of end-organ injury and toxicity and other health effects markers, particularly...Biomarkers of Toxic Industrial Chemical Exposure Major Jonathan D. Stallings *1 , Danielle L. Ippolito 1 , Anders Wallqvist 2 , B. Claire McDyre 3 , and

  19. The rise of patriotic journalism in Zimbabwe and its possible implications

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    Ranger, Terence

    2005-01-01

    The article sees the rise of ‘patriotic journalism’ in recent Zimbabwe as representing something qualitatively different from any other forms of patriotism or journalism. The ‘patriotic journalism’ practiced by Jonathan Moyo’s ministry from 2000-5, was narrowly defined and destructive. At a time when Socialism had been abandoned, education and welfare undermined, patriotic journalism emerged as the Zimbabwean government’s last resort. The article unequivocally states that Zimbabweans ought no...

  20. Assessment of Energy Efficient and Model Based Control

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    2017-06-15

    conditions. A sudden tropical storm brought rain during the week of the assessment, with the result that the assessment needed to be compressed into 1 day...Emmanuel Collins, and Jonathan Clark 5d. PROJECT NUMBER 5e. TASK NUMBER 5f. WORK UNIT NUMBER 7. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME(S) AND ADDRESS(ES...robots from tools that Soldiers use into teammates with which Soldiers can work . One desired ability of such a teammate is the ability to operate in

  1. Uus linnaökoloogia = New Urban Ecology / Christopher Moller ; interv. Triin Ojari

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    Moller, Christopher

    2005-01-01

    Arhitekt Christopher Moller (sünd. 1961, Uus-Meremaa) rajas 1997. a. koos Burton Hamfelti (Kanada), Jonathan Woodroffe'i ja Dominic Papaga (Inglismaa) Amsterdamis büroo S333. Büroo lähenemisest linnaplaneerimisele, Europani võidutöö järgi valminud Groningeni elamukompleksist Schots 1+2, Nieuw-Vennepi linnakeskuse projektist (2000-), kvaliteetruumist, linnaökoloogiast, Tallinna ja siinsete arhitektide võimalustest jm. 7 ill

  2. Picturing Life

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    Molly Bathje MS, OTR/L

    2013-08-01

    Full Text Available The cover art of the summer 2013 issue of The Open Journal of Occupational Therapy provided by Jonathan Darnall reflects his unique life perspective, current roles, and values. An exploration of Jon’s life experience reveals how creative arts, including photography, have positively influenced his life and inform OT practitioners about the benefits of photography as an intervention and an occupation.

  3. Journal of Mormon History Vol. 35, No. 3, 2009

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    LETTERS --Passing of Two Exemplars Joseph Johnstun, vi --In Praise of Will Bagley Sherman L. Fleek, vii ARTICLES --Conversion amid Conflict: Mormon Proselytizing in Russian Finland, 1861–1914 Zachary R. Jones, 1 --The Forms and the Power: The Development of Mormon Ritual Healing to 1847 Jonathan A. Stapley and Kristine Wright, 42 --Preserving the Record and Memory of the Female Relief Society of Nauvoo, 1842–92 Jill Mulvay Derr and Carol Cornwall Madsen, 88 --The Reed Smo...

  4. Civitas: Toward a Secure Voting System

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    2008-05-01

    voting, we believe that remote vot- ing is the right problem to solve. One of our goals was therefore to strike a reasonable compromise between enabling...versions of this work. References [1] Ben Adida . Advances in Cryptographic Voting Systems. PhD thesis, MIT, Aug. 2006. [2] Roberto Araújo, Sébastien...3] Association for Computing Machinery. SIG elections. http://www.acm.org/sigs/elections, 2007. [4] Jonathan Bannet, David W. Price , Algis Rudys

  5. Group for High Resolution Sea Surface Temperature (GHRSST) Analysis Fields Inter-Comparisons. Part 2. Near Real Time Web-based Level 4 SST Quality Monitor (L4-SQUAM)

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    2012-01-01

    Reynoldsr, Viva Banzon*. Helen Beggs h, Jean-Francois Cayula1, Yi Chaoj, Robert Grumbinek, Eileen Maturia, Andy Harrisal. Jonathan Mittaza•’, John...number of valid OSTIA SSTs because NN matching is done to OSTIA grid. A dotted gray line shows an ideal Gaussian fit, X~N(Median, RSD...show significant differences. In the right panels, AT, statistics are annotated on the left side of the histograms, dotted gray line shows an ideal

  6. The Maxillary Palp of Aedes aegypti, a Model of Multisensory Integration

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    2014-01-01

    The maxillary palp of Aedes aegypti, a model of multisensory integration Jonathan D. Bohbot, Jackson T. Sparks, Joseph C. Dickens* United States...24 February 2014 Keywords: Aedes aegypti Olfaction Mosquito Maxillary palp Thermosensation Mechanosensation a b s t r a c t Female yellow-fever...mosquitoes, Aedes aegypti, are obligate blood-feeders and vectors of the pathogens that cause dengue fever, yellow fever and Chikungunya. This feeding

  7. Aproximación al análisis de "memento" (2000, Christopher Nolan)

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    Castro Guillén, Sissou

    2017-01-01

    El thriller psicológico y neo-noir que aparece en Memento dirigido y escrito por Christopher Nolan en el año 2000, fue inspirado por la novela corta Memento Mori (en latín "Recuerda que vas a morir") de su hermano Jonathan Nolan. Christopher es ahora conocido por sus thrillers psicológicos y a menudo por usar líneas temporales no lineales. Grado en Publicidad y Relaciones Públicas

  8. The Private Military Firms: Historical Evolution and Industry Analysis

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    2007-06-01

    75 Jonathan Franklin, “US Contractor Recruits Guards for Iraq in Chile ,” The Guardian, March 5, 2004. 76 “United States occupation of Fallujah...transport for the U.S. government. Presidential Airways was the licensed air carrier and provided CASA 212 and Metro 23 aircraft for military training...intl.com/subpage.aspx?id=36 (accessed 03/05/2007). 110 Triple Canopy Official Website, http://www.triplecanopy.com/ triplecanopy/ en /about/index.php?pg

  9. Naval Law Review. Volume 63, 2014

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    Id. at 97. 17 Id. at 99. 18 Jonathan G. Odom, Beyond Arm Bands and Arms Banned : Chaplains, Armed Conflict, and the Law, 49 NAVAL L. REV. 1, 7... filming him and suggesting that he was leading regular prayer groups.174   In light of these inconsistencies it is possible that chaplains at Guantanamo...located in Southeast Asia formed on August 8, 1967 by Indonesia, Malaysia , the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand. Amitav Acharya, ASEAN at 40: Mid

  10. Screening for severe combined immunodeficiency in neonates

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    Kelly, Brian T; Tam, Jonathan S; Verbsky, James W; Routes, John M

    2013-01-01

    Brian T Kelly,1 Jonathan S Tam,1 James W Verbsky,1,2 John M Routes1,2 1Department of Pediatrics, 2Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, USA Abstract: Severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID) is a rare disease that severely affects the cellular and humoral immune systems. Patients with SCID present with recurrent or severe infections and often with chronic diarrhea and failure to thrive. The disease is uniformly fatal, making early diag...

  11. State of Flood Related Modeling Along Middle Rio Grande: Report Documentary 2007-2008 Work

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    2010-07-01

    Bosque Environment (CBE) Title Prepared By Rio Grande Silvery Minnow Sanctuary Proposed Site, 1-D HEC - RAS Model of Area of Interest Jonathan Acbuchon...Erosion Jennifer G. Duan Case Study: Application of the HEC -6 Model for the Main Stem of the Kankakee River in Illinois Nani G. Bhowmik, D.WRE...1 bank-attached bar HYDRAULIC ANALYSIS One-dimensional HEC - RAS models – Fixed-bed analysis – Calibrated to gauged flow at time of survey and 2005

  12. Open Access, RIMS and persistent identifiers

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    Breeze, Jonathan

    2015-01-01

    A presentation given by Jonathan Breeze, Symplectic at eResearch Australasia 2015 in Brisbane, Oct 2015.   Abstract: As funder and institutional open access policies start to take hold, researchers are increasingly being asked to engage with institutional repositories to share their work. Often seen as an unnecessary administrative burden, the submission of full-text articles to institutional repositories can be a frustrating experience, hampered by fragmented institutional systems. ...

  13. Personal Effects and Vital Matters

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    Klemp McLeod, Ann-Sophie

    compositions. The dual status of personal effects as both illusory surfaces and material possessions is explored in analytical discussions of satiric literature ranging from The Memoirs of the Extraordinary Life, Works and Discoveries of Martinus Scriblerus (1741) though Jonathan Swift’s dressing room poems...... Concerning Human Understanding (1689), Edward Young’s Conjectures on Original Composition (1758) are used as points of departure in uncovering the pressures exerted on unitary constructions proprietorship satiric versions of the aggregate self....

  14. Optogenetics in preclinical neuroscience and psychiatry research: recent insights and potential applications

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    Britt, Jonathan; McDevitt,Ross; Reed,Sean

    2014-01-01

    Ross A McDevitt,1 Sean J Reed,2 Jonathan P Britt2,3 1Intramural Research Program, National Institute on Drug Abuse, National Institutes of Health, Baltimore, MD, USA; 2Integrated Program in Neuroscience, Montreal Neurological Institute, 3Department of Psychology, McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada Abstract: There have been significant advances in the treatment of psychiatric disease in the last half century, but it is still unclear which neural circuits are ultimately responsible for s...

  15. Increased Cardiometabolic Risk and Worsening Hypoxemia at High Altitude

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    Miele, Catherine H.; Schwartz, Alan R.; Gilman, Robert H.; Pham, Luu; Wise, Robert A.; Davila-Roman, Victor G.; Jun, Jonathan C.; Polotsky, Vsevolod Y.; Miranda, J. Jaime; Leon-Velarde, Fabiola; Checkley, William

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    Miele, Catherine H., Alan R. Schwartz, Robert H. Gilman, Luu Pham, Robert A. Wise, Victor G. Davila-Roman, Jonathan C. Jun, Vsevolod Y. Polotsky, J. Jaime Miranda, Fabiola Leon-Velarde, and William Checkley. Increased cardiometabolic risk and worsening hypoxemia at high altitude. High Alt Med Biol. 17:93���100, 2016.���Metabolic syndrome, insulin resistance, diabetes, and dyslipidemia are associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular disease. While excessive erythrocytosis is associated...

  16. Establishing Operational Access: Insights from the Past for the Future

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    ii. 7 “Joint Operational Access Concept (JOAC),” ii. 8 Jonathan Karl , “Pentagon Warns of Israeli Attack on Iran,” ABC News, June 30, 2008, http...Power: Technology, Armed Force, and Society since A.D. 1000 (Chicago [IL]: University of Chicago Press, 1984), 357. 3 Merritt Roe Smith and Leo Marx ...Howard, War in European History, Updated ed (New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2009), 3. 6 Smith and Marx , Does Technology Drive History?, xiv

  17. A Framework for NGO-Military Collaboration

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    2013-12-13

    missions to such regions as Indonesia , Africa, and the South Pacific (Pueschel 2013). The end of the Cold War combined with, heightened global...Navy deployed the carrier Abraham Lincoln and the hospital ship Mercy to Indonesia . . . .Two things became clear very quickly. First, the military can...The samaritan’s dilemma. New York: Oxford University Press. Goodhand, Jonathan, and Mark Sedra. 2007. Bribes or bargains? Peace conditionalities

  18. The Sound of Money

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    Little, Jonathan D.

    2002-01-01

    On the tendency of the global music industry to work against its own interests, by encouraging the mass production of bigger - but blander - popular songs.\\ud \\ud \\ud "In Business and the Economy, Jonathan Little argues that American popular music is blander than ever because, more than ever before, the global music industry puts a premium on profit rather than genuine creativity."\\ud \\ud \\ud [Full text and magazine online at the links below.

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

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

  20. Measurement of neuron soma size by fluorescent Nissl stain

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    sprotocols

    2015-01-01

    Authors: James Cronk, Noel Derecki & Jonathan Kipnis ### Abstract This protocol describes how to measure neuron soma size by fluorescent Nissl stain. Mice are sacrificed, and fixed by PFA perfusion. Brains are removed, and further PFA fixed, followed by sucrose cryoprotection. They are then snap frozen, sliced by cryostat, and stained with fluorescent Nissl as floating sections. Confocal microscopy is used to take images of neurons, and a computer graphics tablet is used to calculate ...

  1. The U.S. Department of Defenses Earned Value ManagementAnalyst Workforce

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    2016-01-01

    Military Departments or the Combat- ant Commands” ( Higgins and Ramsey, 2009, p. 2). 2 The Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) offers its workforce its...LeBlanc, Michelle Trigg, and Jonathan Higgins . The data call would not have been fielded without their expertise and support. Finally, we acknowledge...the BFM workforce. As indicated in Figure 3.1, EVM 101 (Fundamentals of EVM) is required for level I certification and EVM 201 ( Intermediate EVM) is

  2. THIRD PARTY SANCTIONS IN GAMES WITH COMMUNICATION

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    Obłój Jan; Abramczuk Katarzyna

    2017-01-01

    This paper discusses the relation between communication and preservation of social norms guarded by third-party sanctions. In 2001 Jonathan Bendor and Piotr Swistak derived deductively the existence of such norms from a simple boundedly rational choice model. Their analysis was based on a perfect public information case. We take into account communication and analyse at the micro level the process of production and interpretation of information on which decisions are based. We show that when ...

  3. Doctors on deck. ACOs led by doctors seek to manage costs, quality and hospital relationships.

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    Evans, Melanie

    2012-04-16

    Most of the first crop of ACOs in the Medicare Shared Savings Program are owned and operated by physicians without formal participation of a hospital in the efforts to improve quality and curb costs. "There were some people who feared that the only entities that would participate would be hospital-dominated systems," says Jonathan Blum, director of the Center for Medicare Management at the CMS, left. "That has not happened".

  4. Development and Testing of Physically-Based Methods for Filling Gaps in Remotely Sensed River Data

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    2011-09-30

    Filling Gaps in Remotely Sensed River Data Jonathan M. Nelson US Geological Survey National Research Program Geomorphology and Sediment Transport...the research work carried out under this grant are to develop and test two methods for filling in gaps in remotely sensed river data. The first...information, including suggestions for reducing this burden, to Washington Headquarters Services, Directorate for Information Operations and Reports, 1215

  5. The Simpsons: Public Choice in the Tradition of Swift and Orwell

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    Considine, John

    2006-01-01

    The author disagrees with Homer Simpson who claims that "...cartoons don't have any deep meaning. They're just stupid drawings that give you a cheap laugh." He argues that The Simpsons have a deep meaning in the same way as the works of Jonathan Swift and George Orwell. The message in The Simpsons, Swift, and Orwell is that those in charge do not…

  6. Producing Dark Matter

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    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)

  7. Matrix metalloproteinases in exercise and obesity

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    Jaoude, Jonathan; Koh, Yunsuk

    2016-01-01

    Jonathan Jaoude,1 Yunsuk Koh2 1Department of Biology, 2Department of Health, Human Performance, and Recreation, Baylor University, Waco, TX, USA Abstract: Matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs) are zinc- and calcium-dependent endoproteinases that have the ability to break down extracellular matrix. The large range of MMPs’ functions widens their spectrum of potential role as activators or inhibitors in tissue remodeling, cardiovascular diseases, and obesity. In particular, MMP-1, -2, and ...

  8. The use of ethephon and mixtures of ethephon luith inorganic defoliants to defoliate apple nursery trees

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    A. Basak

    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available Ethephon alone and in a mixture with inorganic defoliants was used to defoliate apple nursery trees of three cultivars: Yellow Transparent, McIntosh and Jonathan. The mixture of ethephon with copper sulphate or magnesium chlorate defoliated the trees better than ethophon or inorganic defoliants used seperately in twice as high concentrations as in a mixture. The tress defoliated with the mixtures of defoliants suffered less from frost injury than those treated with only the inorganic defoliants.

  9. Using Pair Wise Rankings in the Assessment of Adaptive Aiding

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    Christina Gruenwald 2 Matthew Middendorf 3 Chelsey Credlebaugh 4 Jonathan Mead 5 Scott Galster 5e. TASK NUMBER 5f. WORK UNIT NUMBER H0DC...operator’s cognitive state. When a model detects the onset of cognitive overload, assistance could then be provided to the operator to help mitigate...in future research. 15. SUBJECT TERMS Man Machine State, Pair-wise Comparisons, Augmentation Evaluation, Task Analysis, Automation , Mental

  10. Submicron Structures and Various Technology

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    1990-06-01

    Submitted by Professor Jonathan Allen Professor Daniel Kleppner !1! Research Laboratory of Electronics Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, MA...Alberto Moel, Joyce E. Palmer, Samuel L. Park, Hui Meng Quek , John H.F. Scott-Thomas, Ghavam Shahidi, Siang-Chun The, Anthony Yen Undergraduate...substrates; and Kathleen Early, Reza A. Ghanbari, Yao-Ching Ku, periodic structures for x-ray optics, spectros- Alberto Moel, Hui Meng Quek , Dr. Mark L

  11. ONRASIA Scientific Information Bulletin. Volume 17, Number 4, October-December 1992

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    1992-12-01

    Singapore will soon etc.) but enabling technologies. We join Japan as the only Asian have to bear in mind that new Dr. Scow Boon Quek countries with...Thomas F. 3-237 Donoghue, Michael 1-137 Lu, Stephen 4-063 Flynn, Anita 2-099 Meyer, Robert A. 3-173 Fujii, Kozo 4-099 Moffett, Jonathan D. 1-061 Gibor

  12. Assessing the carcinogenic potential of low-dose exposures to chemical mixtures in the environment: the challenge ahead

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    Goodson, William H.; Lowe, Leroy; Carpenter, David O.; Gilbertson, Michael; Manaf Ali, Abdul; Lopez de Cerain Salsamendi, Adela; Lasfar, Ahmed; Carnero, Amancio; Azqueta, Amaya; Amedei, Amedeo; Charles, Amelia K.; Collins, Andrew R.; Ward, Andrew; Salzberg, Anna C.; Colacci, Anna Maria

    2015-01-01

    John Pierce Wise Sr. and Sandra S.Wise were supported by National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (ES016893 to J.P.W.) and the Maine Center for Toxicology and Environmental Health; Jonathan Whitfield acknowledges support from the FERO Foundation in Barcelona, Spain; Joseph Christopher is funded by Cancer Research UK and the International Journal of Experimental Pathology; Julia Kravchenko is supported by a philanthropic donation by Fred and Alice Stanback; Jun Sun is supported by a...

  13. A Methodology For Measuring Resilience in a Satellite-Based Communication Network

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    2014-03-27

    Accessed 15 March 2013) Eremenko, P. & C. Roberts & O. Brown. “Cost Benefit Analysis of a Notional Fractionated SATCOM Architecture.” AIAA...http://www.dhs.gov/blog/2010/12/22/enhancing-critical-infrastructure- resilience (Accessed 15 March 2013) Keohane , Jonathan & Gail Rohrbach. “Ask an...rand/pubs/research_memoranda/2008/RM2778.pdf. (Accessed 5 August 2013) Miller, Robert D. “Computing the Area of a Spherical Polygon.” Graphic

  14. Modernity and Loss [in:] Flatey John. 2008. Affective mapping. Melancholia and the politics of modernizm, Cambridge, Massachusetts – London Harvard University Press.

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    Full Text Available The following text is a translation of fragment of Jonathan Flatley’s book Affective Mapping Melancholia and the Politics of Modernism. The suprising claim of Affective Mapping is that dwelling on loss and melancholia is not necessarily depressing. Flatley argues that melancholy can lead people and writers to productively re-map their relationship to the world. Modernism is an accurate portrait of these processes and related consequences.

  15. Running on Fumes: A Critical Look at Mexico’s Natural Gas Transportation and Distribution Infrastructure

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    2011-10-27

    company’s revenues, but PEMEX has also been hampered in its ability to leverage private investment and ownership in developing and improving...PEMEX offers for gas distribution franchises ; the standard for exclusivity ranges from 20 to 75 years or more in much of the world, but in Mexico... vs . Government,” Revue de l’energie 53, no.1 (2002):648. 12 Juan Rosellon and Jonathan Halpern, “Regulatory Reform in Mexico’s Natural Gas Industry

  16. Joint Force Quarterly. Issue 58, 3rd Quarter

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    2010-06-01

    frontera chileno-argentina: antesala a una crisis binacional?” Tesis Magister en Seguridad y Defensa, Academia Nacional de Estudios Polí- ticos y...Feature 39 Reorienting Grand Strategy: The Promise of Single-equilibrium Defense Planning By Timothy J. Junio and Jonathan Protz 45 Stabilization...biotechnology and its role in defense planning and policymaking, no definitive book has been written on the topic for the defense policymaker, the

  17. Solar panels offer array of hope.

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    Baillie, Jonathan

    2009-01-01

    The installation of what is believed to be the largest array of solar thermal panels currently in use at a UK NHS hospital has taken place at an ideal time for the facility in question, Harlow's Princess Alexandra Hospital, with the hospital's gas bill alone having risen by 153% over the past nine months thanks to soaring energy prices, and the estates department keen to mitigate the effects in any way possible. Jonathan Baillie reports.

  18. EDITORIAL: Non-linear and non-Gaussian cosmological perturbations Non-linear and non-Gaussian cosmological perturbations

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    Sasaki, Misao; Wands, David

    2010-06-01

    In recent years there has been a resurgence of interest in the study of non-linear perturbations of cosmological models. This has been the result of both theoretical developments and observational advances. New theoretical challenges arise at second and higher order due to mode coupling and the need to develop new gauge-invariant variables beyond first order. In particular, non-linear interactions lead to deviations from a Gaussian distribution of primordial perturbations even if initial vacuum fluctuations are exactly Gaussian. These non-Gaussianities provide an important probe of models for the origin of structure in the very early universe. We now have a detailed picture of the primordial distribution of matter from surveys of the cosmic microwave background, notably NASA's WMAP satellite. The situation will continue to improve with future data from the ESA Planck satellite launched in 2009. To fully exploit these data cosmologists need to extend non-linear cosmological perturbation theory beyond the linear theory that has previously been sufficient on cosmological scales. Another recent development has been the realization that large-scale structure, revealed in high-redshift galaxy surveys, could also be sensitive to non-linearities in the primordial curvature perturbation. This focus section brings together a collection of invited papers which explore several topical issues in this subject. We hope it will be of interest to theoretical physicists and astrophysicists alike interested in understanding and interpreting recent developments in cosmological perturbation theory and models of the early universe. Of course it is only an incomplete snapshot of a rapidly developing field and we hope the reader will be inspired to read further work on the subject and, perhaps, fill in some of the missing pieces. This focus section is dedicated to the memory of Lev Kofman (1957-2009), an enthusiastic pioneer of inflationary cosmology and non-Gaussian perturbations.

  19. John Deakin: Double Exposures

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    Paul Rousseau

    2015-11-01

    Full Text Available In this series of short films made by Jonathan Law, the art historian James Boaden, and the curator of The John Deakin Archive, Paul Rousseau, discuss the double-exposure images made by the photographer John Deakin (1912-1972 in the 1950s and 1960s. The films ask you, firstly, to look closely at the images being discussed. Each one begins with a sustained and intense shot of a single image before opening up to a wide-ranging discussion about Deakin, double exposures, and photography.

  20. Reflections on Sven-Eric Liedman’s Marx-Biography “A World to Win: The Life and Works of Karl Marx”

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    Christian Fuchs

    2018-01-01

    The English translation of Sven-Eric Liedman’s Marx-biography A World to Win: The Life and Works of Karl Marx was published two weeks before Marx’s bicentenary. This article presents reflections on Liedman’s book and asks how one should best write biographically about Marx. The paper compares Liedman’s biography to the Marx-biographies written by Jonathan Sperber (Karl Marx: A Nineteenth-Century Life) and Gareth Stedman-Jones (Karl Marx: Greatness and Illusion). A biography is a way of repeat...

  1. Promoting Sexual Tolerance : A study of Sexual Dissidence in John Irving’s The World According to Garp, The Hotel New Hampshire, and In One Person

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    Remåker, Daniel

    2015-01-01

    Abstract The purpose of this essay is to show that John Irving uses differentiating sexuality in his novels as a means of promoting sexual tolerance. This is done by using Jonathan Dollimore’s theoretical framework called sexual dissidence, which stems from a deconstruction of the Freudian usage of  perversion, and applying this framework to The World According to Garp (1978), The Hotel New Hampshire (1981) and In One Person (2012). The results show that, in these novels, Irving uses sexual d...

  2. Sound & The Senses

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    Schulze, Holger

    2012-01-01

    How are those sounds you hear right now technically generated and post-produced, how are they aesthetically conceptualized and how culturally dependant are they really? How is your ability to hear intertwined with all the other senses and their cultural, biographical and technological constructio...... over time? And how is listening and sounding a deeply social activity – constructing our way of living together in cities as well as in apartment houses? A radio feature with Jonathan Sterne, AGF a.k.a Antye Greie, Jens Gerrit Papenburg & Holger Schulze....

  3. Hadron spectroscopy 1987

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    Anon.

    1987-01-01

    With much particle physics research using particle beams to probe the behaviour of the quark constituents deep inside nucleons and other strongly interacting particles (hadrons), it is easy to overlook the progress being made through hadron spectroscopy – the search for and classification of rare particles – and the way it has increased our understanding of quark physics. One way of remedying this was to attend the stimulating and encouraging Hadron 87 meeting held earlier this year at the Japanese KEK Laboratory, where Jonathan Rosner from Chicago's Enrico Fermi Institute gave the concluding talk

  4. Optical coherence tomography imaging of chorioretinal folds associated with hypotony maculopathy following pars plana vitrectomy

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    Williams Jr BK

    2015-09-01

    Full Text Available Basil K Williams Jr, Jonathan S Chang, Harry W Flynn Jr Department of Ophthalmology, Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Miami, FL, USA Abstract: Chorioretinal folds may occur as a consequence of hypotony and can be a cause of vision loss when associated with macular involvement. In this report, the spectral domain ocular coherence tomography imaging of three patients with chorioretinal folds before and after management are presented. The cases had unique presentations and each underwent different management approaches, but the results included improved visual acuities and lessened chorioretinal folds. Keywords: hypotony, chorioretinal folds, ocular coherence tomography

  5. Wrox Cross Platform Android and iOS Mobile Development Three-Pack

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    McClure, Wallace B; Croft, John J; Dick, Jonathan; Hardy, Chris; Olson, Scott; Hunter, John; Horgen, Ben; Goers, Kenny; Blyth, Rory; Dunn, Craig; Bowling, Martin

    2012-01-01

    A bundle of 3 best-selling and respected mobile development e-books from Wrox form a complete library on the key tools and techniques for developing apps across the hottest platforms including Android and iOS.  This collection includes the full content of these three books, at a special price:Professional Android Programming with Mono for Android and .NET/C#, ISBN: 9781118026434, by Wallace B. McClure, Nathan Blevins, John J. Croft, IV, Jonathan Dick, and Chris HardyProfessional iPhone Programming with MonoTouch and .NET/C#, ISBN: 9780470637821, by Wallace B. McClure, Rory Blyth, Craig Dunn, C

  6. 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

  7. Smart Core-Shell Nanowire Architectures for Multifunctional Nanoscale Devices

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    2014-02-16

    E. Spanier, S. J. May. Optical absorption in epitaxial La [sub 1?x]Sr [sub x]FeO[sub 3] thin films, Applied Physics Letters, (02 2013): 0. doi...Coster, Gregory R. Soja , Craig L. Johnson, Rahul S. Joseph, Jonathan E. Spanier. Piezoresponse through a ferroelectric nanotube wall, Applied...20.00 Received Paper Y. J. Xie, M. Torres, J. E. Spanier, S. J. May, M D. Scafetta. Optical absorption in epitaxial La [sub 1?x]Sr [sub x]FeO[sub 3

  8. Nærbilleder og modfortællinger

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    Tanderup, Sara

    2014-01-01

    Recently, several literary works have appeared which use formal experiments and intermedial strategies to thematize memory and history. Authors such as Alexander Kluge, W.G. Sebald, Daniel Mendelsohn, Monica Maron, Jonathan Safran Foer, Don DeLillo and Aleksandar Hemon include other, primarily...... visual, media such as film, photographs and drawings, in their works while dealing with historical events like the Holocaust or the 9/11 terror attack. My article discusses this tendency, analyzing works by Kluge, Sebald and Foer. They all work with photographs in their texts. I trace the differences...

  9. Appeal for legislation on greater safety.

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    Baillie, Jonathan

    2011-10-01

    An Essex-headquartered company which claims to manufacture the world's leading "brand" of glass vision panel, is calling for legislation to regulate the quality and design of such products. With no statutory governance currently in place, it is concerned that a rash of badly-designed, poorer quality variants, that it says have emerged in recent years, pose a significant self-harm and ligature risk to mentally unwell patients in hospitals, and a potential danger to staff when components like internal fittings and the glass itself, especially should the latter be too thin and thus easy to break, are used as "weapons". HEJ editor Jonathan Baillie reports.

  10. A Rotational and Axial Motion System Load Frame Insert for In Situ High Energy X-Ray Studies (Postprint)

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    2015-09-08

    Paul A. Shade, Jay C. Schuren, and Todd J. Turner AFRL/RX Basil Blank PulseRay Peter Kenesei, Kurt Goetze, Ulrich Lienert, and Jonathan Almer...AFRL/RX 2) Basil Blank – PulseRay (continued on page 2) 5d. PROJECT NUMBER 4349 5e. TASK NUMBER 0001 5f...2015) A rotational and axial motion system load frame insert for in situ high energy x-ray studies Paul A. Shade,1,a) Basil Blank,2 Jay C. Schuren,1,b

  11. Surgeons' vision rewarded.

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    Baillie, Jonathan

    2010-08-01

    Surgeons and clinical staff, theatre circulation and scrub personnel, and anaesthetists, as well as the estates and facilities team at Kent's Maidstone Hospital, have worked with specialist supplier of integrated audio, video, and instrumentation systems for the operating room, Olympus Medical, to develop what is claimed is among the UK's most advanced operating theatres yet built for laparoscopic and endoscopic surgery. HEJ editor Jonathan Baillie discussed the project with Amir Nisar, the surgeon who championed efforts to get the facility built, and Olympus Medical national sales manager, systems integration, James Watts.

  12. Meie kobar PÖFFi peamises põõsas / Tarmo Teder

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    Teder, Tarmo, 1958-

    2007-01-01

    Pimedate Ööde Filmifestivalist, Eesti filmide võistlusprogrammist, mille auhinna rahastajaks on Scottish Leader Eesti. Konkurssprogrammis on 12 täispikka filmi: "Sügisball" (rezh. Veiko Õunpuu), "Nuga" (rezh. Marko Raat), "Dirigendi kõla" (rezh. Helle Karis, Peter Murdmaa), "Vastutuulesaal" (rezh. Priit Valkna), "Klass" (rezh. Ilmar Raag), "Kuhu põgenevad hinged" (rezh. Rainer Sarnet), "Tervitusi Nõukogude Eestist!" (rezh. Urmas Eero Liiv), "Jonathan Austraaliast" (rezh. Sulev Keedus), "Georg" (rezh. Peeter Simm), "Debora Vaarandi aeg" (rezh. Katrin Laur), "Jan Uuspõld läheb Tartusse" (rezh. Andres Maimik, Rain Tolk), "Põdra kuningriik" (rezh. Rein Maran)

  13. Cultural Years [SCRIPT 2 of 7]. "Music, the Arts and Society at the time of the Weltausstellung Wien of 1873"\\ud [RADIO SERIES

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    Little, Jonathan D.

    1990-01-01

    Part of a seven-part radio series broadcast on Sundays at 10:30pm fortnightly from 1st April, 1990. Researched, written, presented and produced by Jonathan David Little for 3MBS-FM Fine Music Melbourne.\\ud \\ud CULTURAL YEARS - Series / Programme Description:\\ud \\ud “Cultural Years” was a seven-part radio series which discussed “Music, the Arts and Society around the time of seven of the great 19th- and 20th-century International Exhibitions” (see below). In examining the ideas which lay behin...

  14. Cultural Years [SCRIPT 6 of 7]. "Music, the Arts and Society at the time of the Expositión Internacional de Barcelona in 1929"\\ud [RADIO SERIES

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    Little, Jonathan D.

    1990-01-01

    Part of a seven-part radio series broadcast on Sundays at 10:30pm fortnightly from 1st April, 1990. Researched, written, presented and produced by Jonathan David Little for 3MBS-FM Fine Music Melbourne.\\ud \\ud CULTURAL YEARS - Series / Programme Description:\\ud \\ud “Cultural Years” was a seven-part radio series which discussed “Music, the Arts and Society around the time of seven of the great 19th- and 20th-century International Exhibitions” (see below). In examining the ideas which lay behin...

  15. Cultural Years [SCRIPT 7 of 7]. "Music, the Arts and Society at the time of the Exposition Internationale des Arts et Techniques dans la Vie Moderne in Paris of 1837"\\ud [RADIO SERIES

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    Little, Jonathan D.

    1990-01-01

    Part of a seven-part radio series broadcast on Sundays at 10:30pm fortnightly from 1st April, 1990. Researched, written, presented and produced by Jonathan David Little for 3MBS-FM Fine Music Melbourne.\\ud \\ud CULTURAL YEARS - Series / Programme Description:\\ud \\ud “Cultural Years” was a seven-part radio series which discussed “Music, the Arts and Society around the time of seven of the great 19th- and 20th-century International Exhibitions” (see below). In examining the ideas which lay behin...

  16. Cultural Years [SCRIPT 4 of 7]. "Music, the Arts and Society at the time of the Paris Exposition Universelle of 1900"\\ud [RADIO SERIES

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    Little, Jonathan D.

    1990-01-01

    Part of a seven-part radio series broadcast on Sundays at 10:30pm fortnightly from 1st April, 1990. Researched, written, presented and produced by Jonathan David Little for 3MBS-FM Fine Music Melbourne.\\ud \\ud CULTURAL YEARS - Series / Programme Description:\\ud \\ud “Cultural Years” was a seven-part radio series which discussed “Music, the Arts and Society around the time of seven of the great 19th- and 20th-century International Exhibitions” (see below). In examining the ideas which lay behin...

  17. Cultural Years [SCRIPT 5 of 7]. "Music, the Arts and Society to the eve of the First World War (Exposition Universelle et Industrielle, Ghent - 1913)"\\ud [RADIO SERIES

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    Little, Jonathan D.

    1990-01-01

    Part of a seven-part radio series broadcast on Sundays at 10:30pm fortnightly from 1st April, 1990. Researched, written, presented and produced by Jonathan David Little for 3MBS-FM Fine Music Melbourne.\\ud \\ud CULTURAL YEARS - Series / Programme Description:\\ud \\ud “Cultural Years” was a seven-part radio series which discussed “Music, the Arts and Society around the time of seven of the great 19th- and 20th-century International Exhibitions” (see below). In examining the ideas which lay behin...

  18. Cultural Years [SCRIPT 3 of 7]. "Music, the Arts and Society at the time of the Paris Exposition Universelle of 1889"\\ud [RADIO SERIES

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    Little, Jonathan D.

    1990-01-01

    Part of a seven-part radio series broadcast on Sundays at 10:30pm fortnightly from 1st April, 1990. Researched, written, presented and produced by Jonathan David Little for 3MBS-FM Fine Music Melbourne.\\ud \\ud CULTURAL YEARS - Series / Programme Description:\\ud \\ud “Cultural Years” was a seven-part radio series which discussed “Music, the Arts and Society around the time of seven of the great 19th- and 20th-century International Exhibitions” (see below). In examining the ideas which lay behin...

  19. Cultural Years [SCRIPT 1 of 7]. "Music, the Arts and Society at the time of the Great Exhibition of 1851"\\ud [RADIO SERIES

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    Little, Jonathan D.

    1990-01-01

    Part of a seven-part radio series broadcast on Sundays at 10:30pm fortnightly from 1st April, 1990. Researched, written, presented and produced by Jonathan David Little for 3MBS-FM Fine Music Melbourne.\\ud \\ud CULTURAL YEARS - Series / Programme Description:\\ud \\ud “Cultural Years” was a seven-part radio series which discussed “Music, the Arts and Society around the time of seven of the great 19th- and 20th-century International Exhibitions” (see below). In examining the ideas which lay behin...

  20. Fabula og sjuzhet i humanvidenskabernes diskurs

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    Haarder, Jon Helt

    2009-01-01

    The title of this article in Danish should be translated »Fabula and Sjuzhet in the Discourse of the Humanities«. From Jonathan Culler's classic essay »Story and Discourse in the Analysis of Narrative«, Haarder borrows the idea that any narrative involves two logics, one where fabula causes sjuzhet...... and one   where it is the other way around. Contrary to Culler, Haarder claims that this is no aporia, but rather a complex relation between narrative as a product of meaning and narrative as production of meaning. This calls for a combination of the structuralist and the pragmatic approaches, a call...

  1. Sam Illingworth, Paul Wake & Esperanza Miyake - ‘DOOM: From Pixel to Plastic (and back again)’

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    Illingworth, Samuel; Wake, Paul; miyake mmu ac uk, e.

    2017-01-01

    Concerned with the relation of the digital and the analogue, our paper takes the insights of video game studies as its starting point in a consideration of Jonathan Ying’s Doom: The Board Game (Fantasy Flight, 2016), exploring issues of immersion, community, and identity as they translate from the digital to the analogue in the implementation of the longstanding Doom franchise.As Frans Mäyrä remarks, “the release of shooter game Doom in 1993 by id Software is heralded as a landmark event by m...

  2. President Edwards and the Sage of Highgate: Determinism, Depravity, and the Supernatural Will.

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    Bannon, Brad

    2016-01-01

    Scarce attention has been given to Samuel Taylor Coleridge's engagement with the philosophical theology of Jonathan Edwards, and yet a clear understanding of each thinker's position on determinism and Original Sin is of vital importance if we are understand the lasting significance of their disagreements. There have been a number of studies to take up Coleridge's influence on the American Romantics, but there is no scholarship that has taken into account how the reception of this influence was inflected both by the legacy of Edwards and by the critical response that his theology elicited from Coleridge.

  3. Starr v. SONY BMG Music Entertainment: The Second Circuit’s Misapplication of Twombly in a Section 1 Sherman Act Conspiracy Case Alleging Parallel Conduct

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    Kenneth Logan; Jonathan Youngwood

    2010-01-01

    This article provides an overview of plaintiffs’ allegations, Judge Preska’s opinion, the Second Circuit’s decision, and outlines the authors’ views on the Second Circuit’s errors and the implications Starr will have on antitrust pleading standards in the Second Circuit and elsewhere. Kenneth R. Logan & Jonathan K. Youngwood, Simpson Thacher & Bartlett

  4. Whole Exome Analysis of Early Onset Alzheimer’s Disease

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    2017-04-01

    Alzheimer’s Disease 5a. CONTRACT NUMBER W81XWH-12-1-0013 5b. GRANT NUMBER 5c. PROGRAM ELEMENT NUMBER 6. AUTHOR( S ) Margaret A. Pericak-Vance, Ph.D...Gerald D. Schellenberg, Goldie S . Byrd, Jonathan L. Haines, Margaret A. Pericak-Vance, and the Alzheimer Disease Genetics Consortium. ABCA7 Frameshift...Alzheimer’s & Parkinson’s Diseases (AD/PD), Vienna, Austria, Mar 29-Apr 2, 2017: Cukier HN, Gross SP, Kunkle BW, Rolati S , Hamilton-Nelson KL, Whitehead PL

  5. INTER LABORATORY COMBAT HELMET BLUNT IMPACT TEST METHOD COMPARISON

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    2018-03-26

    data by Instrumentation for Impact  Test , SAE standard J211‐1 [4]. Although the entire curve is collected, the interest of this  project  team  solely...HELMET BLUNT IMPACT TEST METHOD COMPARISON by Tony J. Kayhart Charles A. Hewitt and Jonathan Cyganik March 2018 Final...INTER-LABORATORY COMBAT HELMET BLUNT IMPACT TEST METHOD COMPARISON 5a. CONTRACT NUMBER 5b. GRANT NUMBER 5c. PROGRAM ELEMENT NUMBER 6. AUTHOR

  6. HIFiRE 5b Heat Flux and Boundary Layer Transition

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    2017-11-14

    Juliano (University of Notre Dame) Jonathan Poggie and Kevin M. Porter (Purdue University) 5d. PROJECT NUMBER 3002 5e. TASK NUMBER 5f. WORK UNIT...May 2017 14. ABSTRACT The HIFiRE-5 is a hypersonic flight test vehicle designed to investigate the aerothermodynamics of a three-dimensional...geometry. It is a 7-degree minor-axis half-angle elliptic cone with a 2:1 aspect ratio and 2.5-mm nose radius. Unlike the original HIFiRE-5 flight test

  7. Understanding medical symptoms

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    Malterud, Kirsti; Guassora, Ann Dorrit Kristiane; Graungaard, Anette Hauskov

    2015-01-01

    is a social and relational phenomenon of containment, and regulating the situation where the symptoms originate implies adjusting containment. Discourse analysis, as presented by Jonathan Potter and Margaret Wetherell, provides a tool to notice the subtle ways in which language orders perceptions and how...... to the bodily messages. Symptom management is then determined by the meaning of a symptom. Dorte E. Gannik’s concept “situational disease” explains how situations can be reviewed not just in terms of their potential to produce signs or symptoms, but also in terms of their capacity to contain symptoms. Disease...

  8. Refining an Automated Transcranial Doppler System for the Detection of Vasospasm after Traumatic Brain Injury

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    2015-11-01

    contained in a flexible tube, The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1954, 26(3):323-328 [3] Lance Jonathan Myers and Wayne Logan Capper...1977), 39 (1): 4447 [13] Caren Marzban, Ph.D., Paul R. Illian, B.S. David Morison, B.S., Pierre D. Mourad, Ph.D., A Double-Gaussian, Percentile...April 30, 2015. We thank Paul R. Illian and David Morison for contributions made during an early phase of this project. This work received support

  9. Talking about Life

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    Impey, Chris

    2010-08-01

    Preface; Part I. Introduction Timothy Ferris, Iris Fry, Steven Dick, Ann Druyan, Pinky Nelson, Neil Tyson, Steve Benner and William Bains; Part II. Earth Roger Buick, Lynn Rothschild, John Baross, Joe Kirschvink, Andrew Knoll, Simon Conway Morris, Roger Hanlon and Lori Marino; Part III. Solar System Chris McKay, David Grinspoon, Jonathan Lunine, Carolyn Porco, Laurie Leshin, Guy Consolmagno and Peter Smith; Part IV. Exoplanets Alan Boss, Geoff Marcy, Debra Fischer, Sara Seager, David Charbonneau and Vikki Meadows; Part V. Frontiers Jill Tarter, Seth Shostak, Ray Kurzweil, Nick Bostrom, Paul Davies, Martin Rees, Ben Bova and Jennifer Michael Hecht; Reading list; Glossary; Index.

  10. Immersive Televisual Environments: Spectatorship, Stereoscopic Vision and the Failure of 3DTV

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    Ilkin Mehrabov

    2015-09-01

    Full Text Available This article focuses on one of the most ground-breaking technological attempts in creating novel immersive media environments for heightened televisual user experiences: 3DTV, a Network of Excellence funded by the European Commission 6th Framework Information Society Technologies Programme. Based on the theoretical framework outlined by the works of Jonathan Crary and Brian Winston, and on empirical data obtained from author’s fieldwork and laboratory visit notes, as well as discussions with practitioners, the article explores the history of stereoscopic vision and technological progress related with it, and looks for possible reasons of 3DTV’s dramatic commercial failure.

  11. Final Report for Studies in Elementary Particle Physics

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    Piilonen, Leo; Takeuchi, Tatsu; Minic, Djordje; Link, Jonathan

    2013-11-01

    This is the final report of DOE Grant DE-FG05-92ER40709 awarded to the Virginia Tech high energy physics group. It covers the period February 1, 2010 through April 30, 2013. The high energy physics program at Virginia Tech supported by this grant is organized into three tasks: A for theory (Profs. Tatsu Takeuchi and Djordje Minic), B for heavy flavor physics with the Belle and Belle II experiments (Prof. Leo Piilonen), and N for neutrino physics (Profs. Jonathan Link and Piilonen).

  12. La crisis de los refugiados

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    SÁNCHEZ-MONTIJANO, Elena; ZARAGOZA CRISTIANI, Jonathan

    2016-01-01

    La crisis de refugiados por la atraviesa Europa mostró las debilidades y flaquezas de la Unión Europea. Por tal motivo, la opinión pública europea está en una disyuntiva: apoyar sin miramientos un derecho universal o ensimismarse en una autocomplacencia identitaria. Por si fuera poco, la crisis de los refugiados en Europa tiene su origen en el conflicto en territorio sirio. Elena Sánchez-Montijano y Jonathan Zaragoza-Cristiani plantean el dilema de Europa de apoyar sin miramientos un derecho ...

  13. Hadron spectroscopy 1987

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    Anon.

    1987-09-15

    With much particle physics research using particle beams to probe the behaviour of the quark constituents deep inside nucleons and other strongly interacting particles (hadrons), it is easy to overlook the progress being made through hadron spectroscopy – the search for and classification of rare particles – and the way it has increased our understanding of quark physics. One way of remedying this was to attend the stimulating and encouraging Hadron 87 meeting held earlier this year at the Japanese KEK Laboratory, where Jonathan Rosner from Chicago's Enrico Fermi Institute gave the concluding talk.

  14. Conversation in Place and About Place: Response to Chimakonam, “Conversational Philosophy as a New School of Thought in African Philosophy: A Conversation with Bruce Janz on the Concept of “Philosophical Space”

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    Bruce janz

    2016-12-01

    Full Text Available I respond to Jonathan Chimakonam’s paper in which he presents an approach to dialogue in philosophical space, and raises questions about my own approach. I raise four questions to his understanding of conversation. First, I ask him for more details on his conception of conversation. Second, what happens if not everyone cares to enter into conversation? Third, is conversation a prerequisite to philosophy, or a part of philosophy? And fourth, how does wonder fit into conversation in and about place?

  15. Rapid microbiology - raising awareness.

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    Bailie, Jonathan

    2016-01-01

    A 'high-level overview' of some of the emerging rapid microbiology technologies designed to help healthcare engineering and infection control teams working in hospitals and other healthcare facilities more rapidly identify potentially hazardous levels of waterborne microorganisms in their water systems, enabling them to take prompt remedial action, and a look at the some of the 'pros and cons' of such testing techniques, was given by Nalco technical director, Howard Barnes, the vice-chair of the Legionella Control Association (LCA), at a recent LCA open day. HEJ editor, Jonathan Bailie, reports.

  16. Fighting the scourge of metal theft.

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    Baillie, Jonathan

    2012-03-01

    Last December one acute hospital in south Wales, the University Hospital Llandough near Cardiff, was forced to cancel eight operations, with 81 patients affected in total, after thieves stole copper cabling from a back-up generator. HEJ editor, Jonathan Baillie, reports on the growing theft of cabling, pipework, and other vital supply infrastructure, from the healthcare estate, and asks senior estates personnel what lessons have been learned that might be useful in combating this lucrative, opportunistic, and also potentially highly dangerous, practice, in the future.

  17. Practical Arduino Cool Projects for Open Source Hardware

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    Oxer, Jonathan

    2010-01-01

    Create your own Arduino-based designs, gain in-depth knowledge of the architecture of Arduino, and learn the user-friendly Arduino language all in the context of practical projects that you can build yourself at home. Get hands-on experience using a variety of projects and recipes for everything from home automation to test equipment. Arduino has taken off as an incredibly popular building block among ubicomp (ubiquitous computing) enthusiasts, robotics hobbyists, and DIY home automation developers. Authors Jonathan Oxer and Hugh Blemings provide detailed instructions for building a wide range

  18. Interpretive Phenomenological Analysis: An Appropriate Methodology for Educational Research?

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    Edward John Noon

    2018-04-01

    Full Text Available Interpretive phenomenological analysis (IPA is a contemporary qualitative methodology, first developed by psychologist Jonathan Smith (1996. Whilst its roots are in psychology, it is increasingly being drawn upon by scholars in the human, social and health sciences (Charlick, Pincombe, McKellar, & Fielder, 2016. Despite this, IPA has received limited attention across educationalist literature. Drawing upon my experiences of using IPA to explore the barriers to the use of humour in the teaching of Childhood Studies (Noon, 2017, this paper will discuss its theoretical orientation, sampling and methods of data collection and analysis, before examining the strengths and weaknesses to IPA’s employment in educational research.

  19. Program 6 Technical Interchange Meeting Proceedings

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    1992-10-01

    Buteau PRC (703)556-1355 Gary R. Dolson PRC (703) 5561859 David J. Gray Sterling (315)336-0500 Noreen S. Heyda Harris (407)984-6384 Jay Jesse GTE (719)570...Reed Sterling John Sautter Sterling (315)336-0500 Kevin Sculley PRC (402)291-5533 Stefan Shrier MRJ (703)934-9249 Peter Soliz Orion (505)262-2260...4730 Howard A. Melching GTE (719)570-8898 Noreen S. Heyda Harris (407)984-6384 Jonathan H. Reed Harris (407)984-6008 Stefan Shrier MRJ (703) 934-9249

  20. The Gull Sees Farthest Who Flies Highest

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    Pirri, Anthony N.

    2005-04-01

    The proverb from Richard Bach's book Jonathan Livingston Seagull expresses the theme that he in life who thinks and acts ahead of the flock lives live to the fullest and enjoys the freedom that is the very nature of being. This keynote address will give examples of three noted professionals who were not content to make small improvements in technology but strove to make giant leaps. Their work became the driving force for those of us who became their followers in seeking fulfillment from our professional lives.

  1. BiDil: from another vantage point.

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    Puckrein, Gary

    2006-01-01

    In a recent Health Affairs Web Exclusive, Pamela Sankar and Jonathan Kahn argue against the Food and Drug Administration's approval of BiDil as a new drug for the treatment of heart failure in African Americans. Their paper questions the existence of disparities between African American and other heart-failure patients and the motivations of BiDil's developers and manufacturer. The disparities are confirmed and persistent, however, and BiDil's effectiveness is proven. If the authors' logic were to prevail, patients would be denied life-saving therapy. Continued investigation will likely narrow identification of patients who will benefit.

  2. ICeE an interface for C. elegans experiments.

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    Montañana, Frédéric; Julien, Renaud A; Vaglio, Philippe; Matthews, Lisa R; Tichit, Laurent; Ewbank, Jonathan J

    2014-01-01

    An increasing number of laboratories are using the COPAS Biosort™ to implement high-throughput approaches to tackle diverse biological problems. While providing a powerful tool for generating quantitative data, the utility of the Biosort is currently limited by the absence of resources for data management. We describe a simple electronic database designed to allow easy storage and retrieval of Biosort data for C. elegans, but that has a wide potential application for organizing electronic files and data sets. ICeE is an Open Source application. The code and accompanying documentation are freely available via the web at http://www.ciml.univ-mrs.fr/EWBANK_jonathan/software.html.

  3. Application of NAA and BA in chemical thinning of some commercial apple cultivars

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    Šebek Gordana

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available This paper presents the fruit thinning response of some commercial apple cultivars to NAA and BA plant regulators. The experiment was designed to evaluate NAA applied separately at three concentrations - 13.2 ppm, 17.82 ppm and 26.73 ppm, and BA + NAA combinations (BA - 60 ppm, 100 ppm, 120 ppm or 140 ppm + NAA 4.29 ppm for thinning the assessed apple cultivars. All treatments with NAA and BA + NAA adequately thinned 'McIntosh' and 'Jonathan', whereas the application of NAA 17.82 ppm and 26.73 ppm and the combined treatment BA 140 ppm+ NAA 4.29 ppm were effective fruit thinners for 'Prima'. In terms of the average fruit weight, number of fruits categorized as large (> 75 mm or > 65 mm, and number of fruit per trunk cross-sectional area, the treatment BA 140 ppm + NAA 4.29 ppm was most effective on 'McIntosh' and 'Prima', whereas BA 100 ppm + NAA 4.29 ppm had the best effect on 'Jonathan'.

  4. High Accuracy Potential Energy Surface, Dipole Moment Surface, Rovibrational Energies and Line List Calculations for ^{14}NH_3

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    Coles, Phillip; Yurchenko, Sergei N.; Polyansky, Oleg; Kyuberis, Aleksandra; Ovsyannikov, Roman I.; Zobov, Nikolay Fedorovich; Tennyson, Jonathan

    2017-06-01

    We present a new spectroscopic potential energy surface (PES) for ^{14}NH_3, produced by refining a high accuracy ab initio PES to experimental energy levels taken predominantly from MARVEL. The PES reproduces 1722 matched J=0-8 experimental energies with a root-mean-square error of 0.035 cm-1 under 6000 cm^{-1} and 0.059 under 7200 cm^{-1}. In conjunction with a new DMS calculated using multi reference configuration interaction (MRCI) and H=aug-cc-pVQZ, N=aug-cc-pWCVQZ basis sets, an infrared (IR) line list has been computed which is suitable for use up to 2000 K. The line list is used to assign experimental lines in the 7500 - 10,500 cm^{-1} region and previously unassigned lines in HITRAN in the 6000-7000 cm^{-1} region. Oleg L. Polyansky, Roman I. Ovsyannikov, Aleksandra A. Kyuberis, Lorenzo Lodi, Jonathan Tennyson, Andrey Yachmenev, Sergei N. Yurchenko, Nikolai F. Zobov, J. Mol. Spec., 327 (2016) 21-30 Afaf R. Al Derzia, Tibor Furtenbacher, Jonathan Tennyson, Sergei N. Yurchenko, Attila G. Császár, J. Quant. Spectrosc. Rad. Trans., 161 (2015) 117-130

  5. Such Stuff as Qing Borderlands are Made On

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    David A. Bello

    2017-06-01

    Full Text Available Kwangmin Kim. Borderland Capitalism: Turkestan Produce, Qing Silver, and the Birth of an Eastern Market. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2016. 299 pp. $65 (cloth. Jonathan Schlesinger. A World Trimmed with Fur: Wild Things, Pristine Places, and the Natural Fringes of Qing Rule. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2017. 271 pp. $65 (cloth. The titular stuffs, silver and fur, of the two books reviewed here reveal the material basis of the books’ arguments. Nevertheless, the primary resources exploited directly by authors Kwangmin Kim and Jonathan Schlesinger were the ink and paper of the archival documents in languages other than Chinese, most especially in Manchu, that they consulted in the course of their research. In these books’ reliance on non-Chinese sources, Borderland Capitalism and A World Trimmed with Fur are representative of a growing body of Qing scholarship in English that delineates the empire within multilingual parameters that do not marginalize its borderlands. Instead, in these works, borderlands are integrated with central concerns of imperial commerce and imperial identity, as well as linked solidly to pervasive global trade patterns stretching well beyond the already-vast bounds of the Qing Empire. This reorientation is made possible largely because detailed documentation of local borderland dynamics exists, largely in Manchu, for periods of their formation, consolidation, and onset of decline from the mid-seventeenth into the early nineteenth centuries...

  6. Commodity Tracker: Mobile Application for Food Security Monitoring in Haiti

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    Chiu, M. T.; Huang, X.; Baird, J.; Gourley, J. R.; Morelli, R.; de Lanerolle, T. R.; Haiti Food Security Monitoring Mobile App Team

    2011-12-01

    Megan Chiu, Jason Baird, Xu Huang, Trishan de Lanerolle, Ralph Morelli, Jonathan Gourley Trinity College, Computer Science Department and Environmental Science Program, 300 Summit Street, Hartford, CT 06106 megan.chiu@trincoll.edu, Jason.baird@trincoll.edu, xu.huang@trincoll.edu, trishan.delanerolle@trincoll.edu, ralph.morelli@trincoll.edu, jonathan.gourley@trincoll.edu Price data for Haiti commodities such as rice and potatoes have been traditionally recorded by hand on paper forms for many years. The information is then entered onto computer manually, thus making the process a long and arduous one. With the development of the Haiti Commodity Tracker mobile app, we are able to make this commodity price data recording process more efficient. Officials may use this information for making inferences about the difference in commodity prices and for food distribution during critical time after natural disasters. This information can also be utilized by governments and aid agencies on their food assistance programs. Agronomists record the item prices from several sample sites in a marketplace and compare those results from other markets across the region. Due to limited connectivity in rural areas, data is first saved to the phone's database and then retransmitted to a central server via SMS messaging. The mobile app is currently being field tested by an international NGO providing agricultural aid and support in rural Haiti.

  7. A Life’s Addresses

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    Balle, Søren Hattesen

    According to Jonathan Culler’s essay ”Apostrophe”, ”…post-enlightenment poetry seeks to overcome the alienation of subject from object”, and “apostrophe takes the crucial step of constituting the object as another subject with whom the poetic subject might hope to strike up a harmonious relations......According to Jonathan Culler’s essay ”Apostrophe”, ”…post-enlightenment poetry seeks to overcome the alienation of subject from object”, and “apostrophe takes the crucial step of constituting the object as another subject with whom the poetic subject might hope to strike up a harmonious...... to a number of different aspects of Koch’s own life such as marijuana, the Italian language, World War Two, etc. In this way, the book quite conventionally inscribes itself in the tradition of post-enlightenment apostrophic poetry as characterized by Culler, just as all its poems belong to the favourite......, are literally troped as and addressed in the manner of so many acquaintances, personal connections, relatives, friends, lovers, and family members in Koch’s life. My main claim is that Koch’s poetics in New Addresses is one that slightly dislocates the romantic dichotomy between the world of things...

  8. J. Swift, H. Melville y un cuento de Ana Lidia Vega: prostitución y metáforas de la migración.

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    Mercedes Rico García.

    2008-06-01

    Full Text Available En diálogo con Gulliver’s Travels de Jonathan Swift y Moby Dick de Herman Melville, y teniendo en mente la imagen degradada de la Estatua de la Libertad, a la que se compara con una ramera, Ana Lydia Vega en “Encancaranublado,” nos ofrece una personal perspectiva sobre las migraciones económicas que se desplazan de Latinoamérica a Estados Unidos. La autora construye su cuento sobre dos niveles: el real y el alegórico. Ambos planos ilustran la manera en que los ricos prostituyen a los pobres y en la que, en ocasiones, los pobres se prostituyen en términos metafóricos, para alcanzar el “Pursuit of Happiness.”Reading Ana Lydia Vega´s “Encancaranublado” in the light of Jonathan Swift´s Gulliver´s Travels and Herman Melville´s Moby Dick and taking into account the degraded image of the Statue of Liberty showed in Vega´s tale, the reader will have the opportunity to reflect from a controverted personal perspective upon the migrations going from Latin-America to the United States to pursue happiness.

  9. Science and Society - Problems, issues and dilemmas in science education

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    2001-01-01

    Next in CERN's series of Science and Society speakers is Jonathan Osborne, Senior Lecturer in Science Education at King's College London. On Thursday 26 April, Dr Osborne will speak in the CERN main auditorium about current issues in science education in the light of an ever more science-based society. Jonathan Osborne, Senior Lecturer in Science Education at King's College London. Does science deserve a place at the curriculum high table of each student or is it just a gateway to a set of limited career options in science and technology? This question leads us to an important change in our ideas of what science education has been so far and what it must be. Basic knowledge of science and technology has traditionally been considered as just a starting point for those who wanted to build up a career in scientific research. But nowadays, the processes of science, the analysis of risks and benefits, and a knowledge of the social practices of science are necessary for every citizen. This new way of looking at s...

  10. Modality. Commitment, Truth Value and Reality Claims Across Modes in Multimodal Novels

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    Nørgaard, Nina

    2010-01-01

    to the description and analysis of literary texts which – in addition to wording – make use of other semiotic modes such as typography, visual images, colour and layout for their meaning-making. The approach to multimodality deployed and examined is that proposed, for instance, by Kress and van Leeuwen (e.g. 1996...... to the analysis of two explicitly multimodal novels, with particular focus on the realisation of modality in visual images and typography. The texts put up for analysis are Alexander Masters’ Stuart. A Life Backwards and Jonathan Safran Foer’s Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close. While Kress and van Leeuwen...... of Masters’ and Foer’s sporadic use of special typography, in turn, reveals that although some of Kress and van Leeuwen’s modality parameters may be applicable to typography, the descriptive system is clearly less adequate in a typographic context where further work is needed before workable tools can...

  11. Reflections on Sven-Eric Liedman’s Marx-Biography “A World to Win: The Life and Works of Karl Marx”

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    2018-05-01

    Full Text Available The English translation of Sven-Eric Liedman’s Marx-biography A World to Win: The Life and Works of Karl Marx was published two weeks before Marx’s bicentenary. This article presents reflections on Liedman’s book and asks how one should best write biographically about Marx. The paper compares Liedman’s biography to the Marx-biographies written by Jonathan Sperber (Karl Marx: A Nineteenth-Century Life and Gareth Stedman-Jones (Karl Marx: Greatness and Illusion. A biography is a way of repeating a person’s life, works and age in a process of reconstruction and retelling. The question that arises is how to write a biography as a dialectical text. Sven-Eric Liedman: A World to Win: The Life and Works of Karl Marx. London: Verso, London, 2018. 768 pages., £35.00 hbk. ISBN 9781786635044

  12. Mad Colonial Narrators in Anglo-Irish Literature: Lemuel Gulliver and Freddie Montgomery

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    2018-03-01

    Full Text Available The following discussion highlights parallels between the narrators, Lemuel Gulliver of Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels (1726 and Freddie Montgomery of John Banville’s The Book of Evidence (1989. The argument calls on post-colonialism, Foucaultian theory of “will to truth” and the narrative theory of Shlomith Rimmon-Kenan to emphasize similarities in the rendering of mental degeneration in Gulliver and Montgomery. The colonial-induced mental breakdown of both narrators can be said to unravel, not so much in the tale these narrators think they are relating, but instead between the lines of their stories in narratives which continually focus attention back onto themselves. Despite the 260 years separating these works, the madness of both Gulliver and Montgomery can be interpreted as a reluctance on their respective parts to shed established colonial identities once the colonial stage has receded.

  13. Learning From Philadelphia: Topographies of HIV/AIDS Media Assemblages.

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    Cartwright, Lisa

    2016-01-01

    For this contribution to the special issue on "Mapping Queer Bioethics," the author employs an array of public health and popular media texts (especially Jonathan Demme's film Philadelphia) to challenge the construction and reconstruction of HIV-positive bodies as sites of bioethical concern. In outlining notions of "digital restoration," the author argues that there has been of late a remapping of the first decade of the HIV/AIDS pandemic through media projects assembled from archived materials. Accordingly, the author suggests that in the first decades of the 2000s, we have witnessed a media-archaeological turn, whereby old materials have been reassembled for commemorative purposes that oftentimes perform a reshaping of the topography of the first decade of the AIDS pandemic.

  14. THIRD PARTY SANCTIONS IN GAMES WITH COMMUNICATION

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    Obłój Jan

    2017-06-01

    Full Text Available This paper discusses the relation between communication and preservation of social norms guarded by third-party sanctions. In 2001 Jonathan Bendor and Piotr Swistak derived deductively the existence of such norms from a simple boundedly rational choice model. Their analysis was based on a perfect public information case. We take into account communication and analyse at the micro level the process of production and interpretation of information on which decisions are based. We show that when information is fully private and we allow for communication a state of anomie can result. If some social control mechanisms are available, social stability can be maintained. The less efficient the social control mechanisms however, the more restrictive rules will be needed to sustain the social norms. Furthermore not all cognitive strategies for interpreting received messages are equally effective. Strategies based on reputation are better than strategies based on profit analysis.

  15. LED--panacea or marketing hype?

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    Baillie, Jonathan

    2012-02-01

    With energy efficiency and carbon reduction, and the importance of a relaxing, therapeutic patient environment, ever more in the spotlight, LED lighting's proponents claim the technology offers healthcare estates personnel many of the answers on both fronts. However some observers believe its benefits are being over-sold, often to the detriment of other high-performing types of more 'conventional lighting', and to a sometimes uninitiated audience too easily swayed by slick sales patter. HEJ editor Jonathan Baillie spoke to one highly experienced lighting professional, Nicholas Bukorović, a former employee of Thorn, Cooper, and Thorlux Lighting, and the principal author of the last CIBSE/Society of Light and Lighting (SLL) Guide LG2 on healthcare lighting, to seek some expert illumination.

  16. Portret oprawcy – rzecz do napisania – the thing to write

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    Sławomir Buryła

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available This article synthesises the topic of the views of Nazi war criminals in the Polish post-war prose (1944–1989. The author enumerates the most important pieces of Polish prose treating the motif of German war criminals. This outline is an invitation to describe a portrait of the executioners and it signals several important problems related to the subject, including the question of the genesis of evil and the most important presentations of Nazis in Polish literature. Another significant issue is that of the transformation of the image of Nazis over time during the Communist era in Poland and the related stereotypes of Germans in Polish culture through history. The article also briefly discusses the topic of the executioners in the work of Jonathan Littell and Bogdan Rutha

  17. Nigeria: the huge oil challenges for the new President Muhammadu Buhari

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    Auge, Benjamin

    2015-09-01

    After having outlined that results of oil and gas production by Nigeria are rather low with respect to its reserve levels and when compared to the performance of other countries, this article first proposes a critical analysis of the mandate of the previous Nigerian President, Jonathan Goodluck, between 2010 and 2015. The author describes how Nigeria has progressively lost investor confidence, how major companies disengaged in favour of local companies with better relationships with the government. He outlines the total lack of transparency on oil revenue transfers and on license awarding procedures. In a second part, the author presents and comments the new perspectives and challenges for the new president, Muhammadu Buhari, for whom oil issues are said to be a priority. This means that cleaning up the oil sector and the American support requires legal affairs to be revived. The author also comments the cost of a peace with the oil producing region which voted for the former president

  18. Apple juice composition: sugar, nonvolatile acid, and phenolic profiles.

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    Lee, H S; Wrolstad, R E

    1988-01-01

    Apples from Michigan, Washington, Argentina, Mexico, and New Zealand were processed into juice; the 8 samples included Golden Delicious, Jonathan, Granny Smith, and McIntosh varieties. Liquid chromatography was used for quantitation of sugars (glucose, fructose, sucrose, and sorbitol), nonvolatile acids (malic, quinic, citric, shikimic, and fumaric), and phenolics (chlorogenic acid and hydroxymethylfurfural [HMF]). Other determinations included pH, 0Brix, and L-malic acid. A number of compositional indices for these authentic juices, e.g., chlorogenic acid content, total malic - L-malic difference, and the HMF:chlorogenic ratio, were at variance with recommended standards. The phenolic profile was shown to be particularly influenced by gelatin fining, with peak areas decreasing by as much as 50%. The L-malic:total malic ratio serves as a better index for presence of synthetic malic acid than does the difference between the 2 determinations. No apparent differences in chemical composition could be attributed to geographic origin.

  19. Value-Added Electricity Services: New Roles for Utilities and Third-Party Providers

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    Blansfield, J. [Inst. for Electric Innovations, Washington, DC (United States); Wood, L. [Inst. for Electric Innovations, Washington, DC (United States); Katofsky, R. [Advanced Energy Economy, Washington, DC (United States); Stafford, B. [Advanced Energy Economy, Washington, DC (United States); Waggoner, D. [Advanced Energy Economy, Washington, DC (United States); Schwartz, L. C. [Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. (LBNL), Berkeley, CA (United States)

    2017-10-30

    New energy generation, storage, delivery, and end-use technologies support a broad range of value-added electricity services for retail electricity customers. Sophisticated energy management services, distributed generation coupled with storage, and electric vehicle charging are just a few examples of emerging offerings. Who should provide value-added services — utilities or third parties, or both, and under what conditions? What policy and regulatory changes may be needed to promote competition and innovation, to account for utility costs to enable these services, and to protect consumers? The report approaches the issues from three perspectives: utilities, third-party service providers, and consumers: -Jonathan Blansfield and Lisa Wood, Institute for Electric Innovation -Ryan Katofsky, Benjamin Stafford and Danny Waggoner, Advanced Energy Economy -National Association of State Utility Consumer Advocates

  20. Multiple-copy entanglement transformation and entanglement catalysis

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    Duan Runyao; Feng Yuan; Li Xin; Ying Mingsheng

    2005-01-01

    We prove that any multiple-copy entanglement transformation [S. Bandyopadhyay, V. Roychowdhury, and U. Sen, Phys. Rev. A 65, 052315 (2002)] can be implemented by a suitable entanglement-assisted local transformation [D. Jonathan and M. B. Plenio, Phys. Rev. Lett. 83, 3566 (1999)]. Furthermore, we show that the combination of multiple-copy entanglement transformation and the entanglement-assisted one is still equivalent to the pure entanglement-assisted one. The mathematical structure of multiple-copy entanglement transformations then is carefully investigated. Many interesting properties of multiple-copy entanglement transformations are presented, which exactly coincide with those satisfied by the entanglement-assisted ones. Most interestingly, we show that an arbitrarily large number of copies of state should be considered in multiple-copy entanglement transformations

  1. Student Debt and Access to Higher Education in Chile [ENG

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    Full Text Available This paper analyses whether the fear of indebtedness resulting from going on to post-secondary education affects potential students? decisions to apply for, and enter into, Higher Education; whether there is any relationship between the fear of indebtedness and the socio-economic level of the families of potential students; and whether there is an association between the fear of indebtedness and student performance. This study shows that the fear of indebtedness for post-secondary studies is not a limiting factor for young people from lower-income sectors to go on to tertiary education. The study also shows that availability of loans facilitates access to Higher Education. These fi ndings contradict the conclusions of studies by Claire Callender and Jonathan Jackson, who previously analysed the British case with the same aims.

  2. Exaggerated Cap-Dependent Translation as a Mechanism for Corticostriatal Dysfunction in Fragile X Syndrome Model Mice

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    2016-10-01

    Gordon  Research  Conference  “Fragile  X  and  Autism-­Related  Disorders”.  Vermont,  USA. 2) NCCR  Synapsy  “The  Neurobiology  of   Mental   Health ...and   repetitive/perseverative   behaviours  displayed  by  FXS  model  mice  are  reversed  by  novel   cap-­dependent   translation   inhibitors...graduate   student   Person  months  worked:  3  cal  mos   Contribution  to  project:  perform  experiments  and  analyze  data   Name:  Jonathan

  3. 10 April 2014: Safety Day at CERN

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    2014-01-01

    A wide variety of chemicals is used every day in the different laboratories and workshops around CERN. Potentially toxic, corrosive, polluting or hazardous in other ways, these chemicals all have to be handled carefully, as we will be reminded by the Safety Day campaign to be held by the HSE Unit on 10 April to mark World Day for Safety and Health at Work.   The use of chemicals at CERN is regulated by "Safety Regulation SR-C, Chemical Agents", which defines the minimum health and safety protection requirements for people exposed to the potentially hazardous effects of dangerous chemicals. This regulation is complemented by other Safety guides. Regretfully, despite strict procedures and regular inspections, accidents caused by the improper use of chemicals do occur every year. "Unfortunately, each year we see a small number of accidents related to the handling of chemicals," confirms chemicals expert Jonathan Gulley, who is a member of the Prevention and Sa...

  4. Electronic records' 1.4 m pounds annual saving.

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    Baillie, Jonathan

    2011-03-01

    The St. Helens & Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust says it has reached a significant milestone in a major project via which it aims to cease completely using paper-based patient records and other patient-related information such as discharge summaries and X-ray results by converting all such documentation to online electronic form. With the purchase of three Kodak high-speed document scanners, which digitise the files, and a tailored version of C Cube Solutions' electronic document management software (EDMS), all 27 hospital departments at the Trust's two main acute hospitals have now "gone live" with the radical new system for medical records, and, as HEJ editor Jonathan Baillie reports, preparations are in hand to convert other important patient documentation into electronic form.

  5. Historia del Lupus

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    Alvaro Rodríguez Gama

    2004-09-01

    Se encontrarán los lectores con una gran cantidad y calidad de biografías sobre investigaciones, médicos y científicos que han enfrentado el reto de tratar de entender y tratar el lupus, desde los médicos clásicos como Hipócrates, Galeno y Celso, los protodermatólogos Daniel Turner, Jean Astruc, Antoine Lorry y Josef von Plenk; el primer dematológo Robert Willam y médicos de los siglos XVIII y XIX como Thomas Bateman, Jean Lous Alibert, Theódore Biett, Olive Rayer, Pierre Cazenave, Antoine Bazin, Ferdinand von Hebra, Moriz Kaposi, Ernest Besnier, Alfred Fournier, Louis Brocq, Jean Darier, el clasificador Jonathan Hutchinson, Paul Unna, William Osler, Emanuel Libman, George Baehr y así decenas de colosos de la ciencia médica, cuyas historias son descritas minuciosamente por el Dr. Iglesias...

  6. Variables as Contextual Constraints in Translating Irony

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    Babîi Oana

    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available The translator’s role and responsibility are high in any act of interlingual communication, and even higher when irony, an indirect and deliberately elusive form of communication, is involved in the translation process. By allowing more than one possible interpretation, irony is inevitably exposed to the risk of being misunderstood. This paper attempts to capture the complexity of translating irony, making use of theoretical frameworks provided by literary studies and translation studies. It analyses if and how the types of irony, the literary genres and the cultural, normative factors, perceived as potential contextual constraints, have an impact on the translator’ choices in rendering irony in translation, taking illustrative examples from Jonathan Swift, Oscar Wilde, Aldous Huxley and David Lodge’s works.

  7. A Beloved Performance: Reading between the Lines

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    Angela Christie

    2012-07-01

    Full Text Available American author Toni Morrison won the Pulitzer Prize in Fiction (1988 and the Nobel Prize in Literature (1993 following the publication of Beloved in 1987. Based on a true story, the novel is laced with magical realism that brings shocking aspects of American slave history to light. Morrison’s unforgettable character “Beloved” was later explored through British actress Thandie Newton’s haunting interpretation in a controversial cinematic version directed by Jonathan Demme in 1998. This article suggests that in spite of criticism leveled at the film for exceeding the boundaries of Morrison’s text, Demme’s adaptation remains justified and hints that echoes of the deeply-entrenched attitudes that fostered the institution of slavery in the United States still linger nearly a century-and-a-half after abolition.

  8. The Famous Women Dinner Service: In Conversation with Contemporary Art

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    Judy Chicago

    2017-11-01

    Full Text Available This conversation between Judy Chicago, The Women’s Art League, and Hana Leaper, filmed by Jonathan Law at the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Brooklyn Museum, will be published in early 2018. The participants will discuss the Famous Women Dinner Service in relation to contemporary artworks, focusing on The Dinner Party (Judy Chicago, 1974–79 and Vagina China (The Women’s Art League, 2016–present. Questions explored will include: the role of hospitality and domesticity in feminist art projects; the evolution of iconography as it relates to aesthetic freedom and the visibility of women and their bodies; the strategies of shared authorship and collective practice; and what each of the artworks discussed offers their respective eras in terms of confronting taboos associated with women and their histories.

  9. CERN’s Drinking Water

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    2009-01-01

      CERN’s drinking water is monitored, with regular samples being taken and analysed by a certified independent laboratory, which checks on compliance with national and European regulations for safe drinking water. Nevertheless, the drinking water network is very old and occasionally, especially after work has been carried out on the network, the clarity and colour of the water can be adversely affected due to high levels of corrosion in suspension. Some basic recommendations should always be followed:   Never use hot water from the tap for drinking or cooking. If you need hot water, then draw water from the cold water tap before heating it. Only drink or cook with cold water. Let the cold water run until you notice that the water has become clear.   If you have questions about the quality of CERN’s drinking water, then please contact: Jerome Espuche (GS/SEM), Serge Deleval (EN/CV) or Jonathan Gulley (DG/SCG).

  10. CERN’s Drinking Water

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      CERN’s drinking water is monitored, with regular samples being taken and analysed by a certified independent laboratory, which checks on compliance with national and European regulations for safe drinking water. Nevertheless, the drinking water network is very old and occasionally, especially after work has been carried out on the network, the clarity and colour of the water can be adversely affected due to high levels of corrosion in suspension. Some basic recommendations should always be followed: Never use hot water from the tap for drinking or cooking. If you need hot water, then draw water from the cold water tap before heating it. Only drink or cook with cold water. Let the cold water run until you notice that the water has become clear. If you have questions about the quality of CERN’s drinking water, then please contact: Jerome Espuche (GS/SEM), Serge Deleval (EN/CV) or Jonathan Gulley (DG/SCG).

  11. Teamwork the key to good patient care.

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    Baillie, Jonathan

    2013-05-01

    In a year when, with the inception of the new Clinical Commissioning Groups, the way that healthcare is procured and delivered will see radical changes, this month's HefmA 2013 National Conference & Exhibition will have as its theme, 'Many Players, One Goal: The Patient'. As HEJ editor, Jonathan Baillie reports, among the wide-ranging estates and facilities topics set for discussion will be 'Getting the patient environment right'; 'Dementia Building for the Future'; 'Waterborne Infections; Lessons Learned'; 'Incorporating lean thinking into design', and the key challenges faced by the estates and facilities sector. The keynote address, touching on a wide range of issues common to all large organisations, will be given by one of the best known 'women in football', and will also reflect particularly on the importance of teamwork.

  12. Staff members with 25 years' service at CERN in 2006

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    2006-01-01

    The 34 staff members who have spent 25 years within CERN in 2006 were invited by the Director-General to a reception in their honour on 1st November. BELLEMAN Jeroen / AB BERTOLA Dominique / DSU BOLDI Armand / TS BOLLET André / AT BRANDT Daniel / DSU CACCIOPPOLI Michel /TS CALDERONE Antonino / TS CLARET René /TS COSSEY PUGET Françoise / PH DALEXANDRO Noël / AT DECOMBAZ Michel / TS DELLA NEGRA Michel / PH DINIUS Arend / AB FOSTER David / IT FROMM Christine / DSU GROS Daniel / TS GUDET Denis / TS LEWIS Julian / AB MAPELLI Livio / PH MASSON Albert / TS MOINE Catherine / PH MÜLLER Hans / PH ODIER Patrick / AB PANMAN Jaap / PH POOLE John / AB PROLA-TESSAUR Maureen / AT RAPHOZ Jean-Pierre / IT ROSTANT Jeanne / PH RUGO Erminio / AB VAN HERWIJNEN Eric / PH WERNER Per / PH WILDNER Elena / AT WILKINSON Jonathan / DSU WISZNIOWSKI Thierry / AB

  13. Collaborative Economy

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    collaborative economy and tourism Dianne Dredge and Szilvia Gyimóthy PART I - Theoretical explorations 2.Definitions and mapping the landscape in the collaborative economy Szilvia Gyimóthy and Dianne Dredge 3.Business models of the collaborative economy Szilvia Gyimóthy 4.Responsibility and care...... in the collaborative economy Dianne Dredge 5.Networked cultures in the collaborative economy Szilvia Gyimóthy 6.Policy and regulatory perspectives in the collaborative economy Dianne Dredge PART II - Disruptions, innovations and transformations 7.Regulating innovation in the collaborative economy: An examination...... localities of tourism Greg Richards 11.Collaborative economy and destination marketing organizations: A systems approach Jonathan Day 12.Working within the Collaborative Tourist Economy: The complex crafting of work and meaning Jane Widtfeldt Meged and Mathilde Dissing Christensen PART - III Encounters...

  14. Night sky a field guide to the constellations

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    Poppele, Jonathan

    2009-01-01

    Stargazing is among the most peaceful and inspiring outdoor activities. Night Sky, the award-winning book by Jonathan Poppele, makes it more fun than ever! Take a simple approach to finding 62 constellations by focusing on one constellation at a time, instead of attempting to study dizzying charts. Start with the easy-to-find constellations during each season and work toward the more difficult ones. Better yet, you'll learn how to locate any constellation in relation to the Big Dipper, the North Star and the top of the sky. With two ways to locate each constellation, you'll know where in the sky to look and what to look for! Along the way, you'll be introduced to mythology, facts and tidbits, as well as details about the planets, solar system and more! As an added bonus, the book comes with a red-light flashlight for night reading.

  15. A triboelectric closed loop band system for the generation of x-rays

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    Van Cleve, E.; Lucas, B.; Ganlieli, Z.; Wong, E. W.; Cortes, P.; Mehta, N.; Cuadra, D.; Fong, J.; Hansen, S.; Kotowski, A.; Camara, C. G.

    2015-08-01

    X-ray have been commercially produced using the same basic design since their discovery by Wilhelm Roentgen in 1895, for which he was awarded the first Nobel prize in physics. This technology requires high voltage elements, ultra high vacuum tubes, and high voltage electronics. The vacuum and high voltage drive up the price of x-ray technology and in order to bring down the cost, a brand new way to produce x-rays is needed. In 2008 Carlos Camara, Juan Escobar, Jonathan R. Hird, and Seth Putterman1 discovered that by pealing scotch tape in a vacuum you could create enough x-rays to take an x-ray radiograph of a finger. This lead to the formation of Tribogenics and the development of the rod and band x-ray architecture.

  16. CERN’s Drinking Water

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  17. Is the jury still out on PFI contracts?

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    Baillie, Jonathan

    2012-02-01

    Last September Andrew Lansley claimed that some NHS Trusts occupying PFI healthcare facilities had been 'landed with deals they could not afford', seemingly attributing much of the blame for a scenario where the Department of Health said 22 Trusts in England alone could be at significant financial risk to Labour, which, in the 1990s, greatly expanded a public/private funding partnership originally introduced by the Tories a decade earlier. Two key factors critics claim have put such Trusts 'at risk' are the 'inflexibility' of some PFI contracts, which makes varying terms difficult mid-contract, and the fact that many of the earlier deals were inexpertly negotiated by the 'public sector side'. HEJ editor Jonathan Baillie sought the views of Malcolm Austwick, a partner at top commercial law firm, DAC Beachcroft (see panel below), with extensive experience in the legal complexities of PFI, on whether or not the initiative's 'pros' do indeed outweigh the 'cons'.

  18. Veteran's vision on 45 years' change.

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    Baillie, Jonathan

    2014-01-01

    Even for a company where many employees have contributed long service, with 45 years under his belt at commercial washroom and showering system manufacturer, Kohler Mira, the company's commercial marketing manager on the Rada brand, Roy Minett, has seen his share of change. HEJ editor, Jonathan Baillie, recently met with the acknowledged expert on water hygiene and safety issues for a look around the company's Cheltenham headquarters, where the 'voice of Rada' was happy to share some of the changes he has seen during an extremely varied career, explain some of the innovations incorporated into washroom and showering products targeted at healthcare applications under the Rada brand name, and offer his thoughts on future trends.

  19. Tough by name, tough by nature.

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    Baillie, Jonathan

    2015-04-01

    Few beds, one would imagine, could withstand three-quarters of a ton landing on them, but this was the challenge successfully met by a box bed from a furniture manufacturer for challenging behaviour environments, Tough Furniture, when, to reassure a customer that the bed could accommodate 30-stone patients, 13 of the company's staff jumped repeatedly on it to ensure that it would survive intact in a real-world setting. Such testing may seem extreme, but is vital, since much of the company's furniture is destined for environments where patients will abuse, and indeed attempt to destroy, components. As MD David Vesty explained to HEJ editor, Jonathan Baillie, when he visited the company's Shropshire headquarters, it is through manufacturing premium quality cabinet furniture that is both attractive and distinctly non-institutional, but will equally withstand the harshest use, that the company has ensured that its products can live up to the brand name.

  20. Coleção e memória em "Uma vida iluminada", de Liev Schreiber

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    2015-11-01

    Full Text Available O filme Uma vida iluminada (2005, com roteiro e direção de Liev Schreiber, baseado no romance Tudo se ilumina, de Jonathan Safran Foer, narra a história de um jovem judeu norte-americano que viaja para a Ucrânia em busca de seu passado. A coleção para o protagonista do filme e para a mulher que ele encontra em Trachimbrod, sobrevivente de um massacre que destruiu toda a sua família, é de fundamental importância. Ambos os personagens reúnem objetos como forma de lutar contra a dispersão e o esquecimento, assim como argumentou Walter Benjamin sobre o colecionador. Em Uma vida iluminada, essa luta está intrinsecamente ligada à memória judaica, constantemente ameaçada por regimes totalitários.

  1. Changing times, similar challenges.

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    2013-11-01

    With IHEEM celebrating its 70th Anniversary this month, HEJ editor, Jonathan Baillie, recently met the Institute's oldest surviving Past-President, Lawrence Turner OBE, who, having in 1964 established a small engineering business producing some of the NHS's earliest nurse call systems from the basement of his three-storey West Midlands home, has since seen the company, Static Systems Group, grow to become one of the U.K. market-leaders in its field. The Institute's President from 1979-1981, he looked back, during a fascinating two-hour discussion, at his time in the role, talked through some of the key technological and other changes he has seen in the past five decades, reflected on an interesting and varied career, and considered some of the very different current-day challenges that today's IHEEM President, and the Institute as a whole, face.

  2. 5th August 2008 - British Secretary of State for Innovation, Universities and Skills J. Denham MP with DIUS Director General Designate A. F.M. Smith and PA Catherine Perez meeting British scientists, engineers and technicians.

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    Present around the table: Jonathan Ellis\tCERN, Adviser to the Director-General Lyndon R. Evans\tCERN, LHC Project Leader ATLAS Collaboration Catrin Bernius, University College London Dave Charlton, School of Physics and Astronomy, Birmingham CMS Collaboration Robert Bainbridge, Blackett Lab.High Energy Phys.Group, London Peter Sharp, Imperial College, LONDON LHCb Collaboration Themis Bowcock, Department of Physics, Liverpool Malcolm John, Department of Theoretical Physics, Oxford Information Technology James Casey, CERN, Computing engineer Sue Foffano, CERN, Senior Administrator Accelerators Paul Collier, CERN, Senior Physicist David Nisbet, CERN, Electronics Engineer Medical application Manjit Dosanjh, CERN, Senior Engineer Technical students Tom Lansdale, University of the West of England, Bristol Dan Dengate, University of the West of England, Bristol Doctoral student Stephen March, University of Southampton Summer student Hamish Gordon

  3. Mediar a presença nas artes visuais, ou, sobre o gesto e o sensível

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    Este trabalho investiga em que medida o conceito de presença em Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht pode subsidiar o campo da mediação em artes visuais. O estudo parte do pressuposto que a obra de arte enquanto forma poética abre espaço para uma relação com a substância do mundo. Ao mesmo tempo, instaura uma situação de tensão com a dimensão de sentido proposta pela hermenêutica. Trata-se de um contraponto à situação delineada por Jonathan Crary e Walter Benjamin sobre dois traços da modernidade: o surgime...

  4. A newborn liver mass that never existed: a somber reminder of embryonic ties between umbilical vein and portal venous system

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    Full Text Available Allah Haafiz1, Jonathan L Williams2, Joel M Andres1, Don A Novak11Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology; 2Department of Pediatric Radiology, University of Florida College of Medicine, Gainesville, FL, USAAbstract: A 6-day-old, known to have transposition of the great vessels, received care in the neonatal intensive care unit at a tertiary care center. A computed tomography scan was performed for abdominal distention and upper gastrointestinal bleeding, which revealed a “mass lesion” in the left liver lobe. Analysis of antecedent events and the clinical and laboratory course uncovered an iatrogenic etiology and pathogenesis of the lesion. As the nature of the lesion was clarified, no specific therapy was required. This case is presented to show a serious yet preventable complication of a commonly performed procedure.Keywords: portal vein thrombosis, liver mass, umbilical venous catheter

  5. Influence Of Soil Type On Yield And Quality Of Different Apple Cultivars

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    Alina Viorica ILIE

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    Full Text Available The objective of this study was to determine influence of different soil type on apple yield and quality. To investigate the variation in fruit quality, apples were harvested at commercial maturity on two different soil type. The investigations was conducted in experimental apple orchards located in Focsani region on two different soil type: luvic  brown typical and  luvic brown pseudogleizate. Fruits of Jonathan and Golden Delicios cultivars were tested for color, soluble solids content, total acidity, ascorbic acid, anthocyanins content and chlorophyls content with specific analytrical methods. At harvest yield, dry matter, soluble solids content, ascorbic acid and acidity were affected by soil type. In this study, no significant soil effect was found on color, anthocyanins and chlorophyll fruit content. The results obtained in this study suggest that luvic brown pseudogleizate soil leading to increased yields and enhanced fruit quality.

  6. Comings and Goings: The Multiple Faces of Latin American Diasporas

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    Full Text Available – Displacements and Diasporas: Asians in the Americas, edited by Wanni W. Anderson and Robert G. Lee. New Brunswick, NJ and London: Rutgers University Press, 2005. – Indigenous Mexican Migrants in the United States, edited by Jonathan Fox and Gaspar Rivera-Salgado. Distributed by Lynn Rienner Publishers for the Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies, UCSD, and the Center for Comparative Immigration Studies, UCSD, 2004. – Diáspora michoacana, edited by Gustavo López Castro. Zamora: El Colegio de Michoacán y el Gobierno del Estado de Michoacán, 2003. – The Japanese in Latin America, by Daniel M. Masterson (with Sayaka FunadaClassen. Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 2004. – Jewish Diaspora in Latin America and the Caribbean: Fragments of Memory, edited by Kristin Ruggiero. Brighton, East Sussex: Sussex Academic Press, 2005.

  7. Thermal Insulation System Analysis Tool (TISTool) User's Manual. Version 1.0.0

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    Johnson, Wesley; Fesmire, James; Leucht, Kurt; Demko, Jonathan

    2010-01-01

    The Thermal Insulation System Analysis Tool (TISTool) was developed starting in 2004 by Jonathan Demko and James Fesmire. The first edition was written in Excel and Visual BasIc as macros. It included the basic shapes such as a flat plate, cylinder, dished head, and sphere. The data was from several KSC tests that were already in the public literature realm as well as data from NIST and other highly respectable sources. More recently, the tool has been updated with more test data from the Cryogenics Test Laboratory and the tank shape was added. Additionally, the tool was converted to FORTRAN 95 to allow for easier distribution of the material and tool. This document reviews the user instructions for the operation of this system.

  8. Response and Commentary.

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    Pocock, J G A

    2016-01-01

    Barbarism and Religion, the first half of J. G. A. Pocock's study of Gibbon's Decline and Fall, was designed to set Gibbon's work in context, using a method developed in Cambridge, by juxtaposing his narrative to many others-to some but not all of which he explicitly referred. Helena Rosenblatt has misunderstood Pocock's intent, which was to show that Gibbon's work took much of its inspiration for its treatment of Christianity from a world of ecclesiastical scholarship. Though Pierre Force shows that Voltaire's erudition was richer than has been thought, he and Gibbon pursued very different forms of learning. And though Pocock agrees with Jonathan Israel that many thinkers challenged traditional Christian theology, their efforts were far more varied than Israel holds. Brief studies of Jean LeClerc and Ralph call Israel's vision of radical Enlightenment into question.

  9. Touchscreen device to 'calm and de-stress'.

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    Kuijpers, Erik; Datema, Cor

    2014-10-01

    A highly experienced former psychiatric nurse until recently innovation manager at the Geestelijke Gezondheidszorg Eindhoven (GGZe)--the Eindhoven Mental Health Institute in the Netherlands, and a PhD holder in physics who spent several years at Philips Healthcare, have jointly developed an interactive 'communication wall' designed primarily as a communication tool for, and as a means to help 'de-stress', patients in inpatient mental health facilities during periods of acute anxiety. Erik Kuijpers and Cor Datema will show a version of their 'Cowall' on the Britplas stand at this month's Healthcare Estates 2014. As HEJ editor, Jonathan Baillie, discovered, when he met them during one of their recent trips to the UK, late in 2013 they formed a company, Recornect, to market the system, and to provide consultancy to those keen to specify the latest technology for mental and acute healthcare settings. Their Cowall has already seen installations in mainland Europe, and the pair are now seriously targeting the UK.

  10. Black Humour Spaces in Cinema and Literature: Yorgos Lanthimos' The Lobster and Tom McCarthy's Satin Island

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    Vincenzo Maggitti

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    Full Text Available Maggitti’s essay is focused on two different expressions of black humour in today’s film and literature. After commenting on a recent proposal, by the British writer Jonathan Coe, on the whereabouts of contemporary humour, the author examines a film  (The Lobster by YorgosLanthimos and a novel (Satin Island by T. McCarthy, both portraying the present world through humorous lenses, with a disrespectful attitude to an ecologically correct behaviour. In The Lobster hunting is claimed a universal role in man to animal relation whereas Tom McCarthy turns environmental disasters into acts of worthy ecologism. In his approach to humour, Maggitti draws on its anthropological turn as its most estranging function.

  11. Mathematics, substance and surmise views on the meaning and ontology of mathematics

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    2015-01-01

    The seventeen thought-provoking and engaging essays in this collection present readers with a wide range of diverse perspectives on the ontology of mathematics. The essays address such questions as: What kind of things are mathematical objects? What kinds of assertions do mathematical statements make? How do people think and speak about mathematics?  How does society use mathematics? How have our answers to these questions changed over the last two millennia, and how might they change again in the future?   The authors include mathematicians, philosophers, computer scientists, cognitive psychologists, sociologists, educators, and mathematical historians; each brings their own expertise and insights to the discussion. Contributors to this volume: Jeremy Avigad Jody Azzouni David H. Bailey David Berlinski Jonathan M. Borwein Ernest Davis Philip J. Davis Donald Gillies Jeremy Gray Jesper Lützen Ursula Martin Kay L. O’Halloran Alison Pease Steven T. Piantadosi Lance J. Rips Micah T. Ross Nathalie Sinclair J...

  12. La parodia como marco estructural en Don Quijote y Los viajes de Gulliver

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    Alfonso Muñoz Corcuera

    2016-07-01

    Full Text Available Los viajes de Gulliver, de Jonathan Swift, es una de las obras más conocidas de la literatura universal. Sin embargo, su recepción actual, al menos en España, se produce sobre todo por medio de adaptaciones en las que no se puede apreciar el calado de la obra literaria original. En este estudio se pretende profundizar en el análisis de Los viajes de Gulliver a través de una comparación con Don Quijote, enfocándose en los recursos paródicos: mientras Don Quijote parodia los libros de caballerías, Los viajes de Gulliver parodia los libros de viajes. El principal objetivo de esta comparación no será tanto demostrar una influencia de la obra de Cervantes sobre la de Swift, sino, más bien, iluminar algunos aspectos de Los viajes de Gulliver. Gulliver´s Travels, of Jonathan Swift, is one of the most well-known works in world literature. However, its actual reception, at least in Spain, it´s produced mostly through adaptations in which it´s impossible to appreciate the profundity of the original literary work. In this article, I intend to dig deeply into the analysis of Gulliver´s Travels through a comparison with Don Quixote, focusing on the parodic resources: while Don Quixote parodies the books of chivalry, Gulliver´s Travels parodies travel books. The main goal of this comparison will not be to prove some influence of Cervantes´ work in Swift´s work, but to illuminate some aspects of Gulliver´s Travels.

  13. Reduced Order Modeling in General Relativity

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    Tiglio, Manuel

    2014-03-01

    Reduced Order Modeling is an emerging yet fast developing filed in gravitational wave physics. The main goals are to enable fast modeling and parameter estimation of any detected signal, along with rapid matched filtering detecting. I will focus on the first two. Some accomplishments include being able to replace, with essentially no lost of physical accuracy, the original models with surrogate ones (which are not effective ones, that is, they do not simplify the physics but go on a very different track, exploiting the particulars of the waveform family under consideration and state of the art dimensional reduction techniques) which are very fast to evaluate. For example, for EOB models they are at least around 3 orders of magnitude faster than solving the original equations, with physically equivalent results. For numerical simulations the speedup is at least 11 orders of magnitude. For parameter estimation our current numbers are about bringing ~100 days for a single SPA inspiral binary neutron star Bayesian parameter estimation analysis to under a day. More recently, it has been shown that the full precessing problem for, say, 200 cycles, can be represented, through some new ideas, by a remarkably compact set of carefully chosen reduced basis waveforms (~10-100, depending on the accuracy requirements). I will highlight what I personally believe are the challenges to face next in this subarea of GW physics and where efforts should be directed. This talk will summarize work in collaboration with: Harbir Antil (GMU), Jonathan Blackman (Caltech), Priscila Canizares (IoA, Cambridge, UK), Sarah Caudill (UWM), Jonathan Gair (IoA. Cambridge. UK), Scott Field (UMD), Chad R. Galley (Caltech), Frank Herrmann (Germany), Han Hestahven (EPFL, Switzerland), Jason Kaye (Brown, Stanford & Courant). Evan Ochsner (UWM), Ricardo Nochetto (UMD), Vivien Raymond (LIGO, Caltech), Rory Smith (LIGO, Caltech) Bela Ssilagyi (Caltech) and MT (UMD & Caltech).

  14. Narrare la guerra: da Vita e destino a Le Benevole

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    Camilla Panichi

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    Full Text Available Questo saggio si concentra su due romanzi storici che hanno per argomento la Seconda guerra mon- diale e lo sterminio degli ebrei d’Europa: Vita e destino di Vasilij Grossman (1980 e Le Benevole di Jonathan Littell (2006. La scelta è determinata sia dal rapporto esistente tra i due romanzi, sia dalla convinzione che essi rappresentino, per forma e contenuti, due diversi paradigmi attraverso i quali l’immaginario collettivo ha costruito la narrazione dell’evento guerra. Inoltre si tratta di opere che hanno, in tempi diversi, creato un caso letterario: Le Benevole ha sollevato molti problemi orientando il dibattito su temi etici piuttosto che estetici; Vita e destino ha subito la censura in Unione Sovietica. In questa sede si è scelto di analizzare i romanzi da una prospettiva strettamente letteraria, attraverso due argomenti: la legittimità della costruzione finzionale in rapporto al punto di vista dell’autore (testimone dei fatti narrati nel caso di Grossman, post-testimone nel caso di Littell e l’analisi degli elementi romanzeschi di tradizione ottocentesca e modernista. This paper focuses on two novels narrating the Second World War and the extermination of the Jews of Europe: Life and Fate, by Vasily Grossman (1980, and The Kindly Ones by Jonathan Littell (2006. These books have been chosen because they are closely related to each other and because they embody two different paradigms through which the Second World War has been represented. Moreover both Life and Fate and The Kindly Ones have been literary events: the first was censored in the Soviet Union, the second gave rise to a wide-ranging debate on ethical and aesthetical problems. The following paper analyzes these novels from a strictly literary perspective, focusing on two issues: the legitimacy of fiction (Grossman narrates the war from the standpoint of a witness, Littell, born in 1967, is in the position of the historian and the relationship of these texts with the

  15. Géneros literarios y literatura comparada

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    Garrido Miñambres, Germán

    2010-06-01

    Full Text Available In approaching the study of poetic traditions among which established relationships of influence have not mediated, current comparatistics requires a reconsideration of the literary genre as a historic entity. Jean-Marie Schaeffer names as «analogic» those generic terms used in compared literature to designate works that do not share proven historical links. Given that the referent of those generic terms is an ideal model without effective realization in the text, Schaeffer’s proposal does not clarify whether there is a limit for its application, which in reality deprives the analogic genres of all descriptive value. As a solution, the author suggests to turn to the concept of poetic presupposition, already advanced in his time by Jonathan Culler to counteract the effects of intertextuality. Poetic presupposition allows the establishment of an indirect link between the text and the ideal model that acts as a referent of the analogic genres, as illustrates the controversial genre of the german Novelle.Al abordar el estudio de tradiciones poéticas entre las que no han mediado relaciones probadas de influencia, la comparatística actual exige un replanteamiento del género literario como entidad histórica. Jean-Marie Schaeffer denomina «analógicos» a los términos genéricos empleados por la literatura comparada para designar obras que no comparten vínculos históricos probados. Puesto que el referente de estos términos genéricos es un modelo ideal sin realización efectiva en el texto, la propuesta de Schaeffer no esclarece si existe un límite para su aplicación, lo que priva en realidad a los géneros analógicos de todo valor descriptivo. Como solución, el autor propone recurrir al concepto de presuposición poética, avanzada en su momento por Jonathan Culler para contrarrestar los efectos de la intertextualidad. La presuposición poética permite establecer un vínculo indirecto entre el texto y el modelo ideal que actúa como

  16. Annual review of energy and the environment. Volume 23

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    Thirteen papers are included in this volume. The titles and authors are: From Physics to Development Strategies by Jose Goldemberg; Rewards and Penalties of Monitoring the Earth by Charles D. Keeling; Science and Nonscience Concerning Human-Caused Climate Warming by J. D. Mahlman; Consumption of Materials in the United States, 1990--1995 by Grecia Matos and Lorie Wagner; Future Technologies for Energy-Efficient Iron and Steel Making by Jeroen de Beer, Ernst Worrell, and Kornelis Blok; The O{sub 2} Balance of the Atmosphere: A Tool for Studying the Fate of Fossil Fuel CO{sub 2} by Michael L. Bender, Mark Battle, and Ralph F. Keeling; Mexican Electric End-Use Efficiency: Experiences to Date by Rafael Friedmann and Claudia Sheinbaum; Drinking Water in Developing Countries by Ashok Gadgil; Engineering-Economic Studies of Energy Technologies to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Opportunities and Challenges by Marilyn A. Brown, Mark D. Levine, Joseph P. Romm, Arthur H. Rosenfeld, and Jonathan G. Koomey; Climate Change Mitigation in the Energy and Forestry Sectors of Developing Countries by Jayant A. Sathaye and N. H. Ravindranath; Toward a Productive Divorce: Separating DOE Cleanups from Transition Assistance by M. Russell; Recycling Metals for the Environment by Iddo K. Wernick and Nickolas J. Themelis; and Environmentally Conscious Chemical Process Design by J. A. Cano-Ruiz and G. J. McRae.

  17. Etický komplex, morálne emócie a normy v partnerstve

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    Full Text Available This project is focused on exploring the relationship between the set of dominant ethical norms in a given society and moral emotions which emerge as an effect of breaking these norms. The domain which I focus on are norms from the area of partnership. In this paper, I use the theory of ethical complex of anthropologist Richard Shweder and the theoretical model of social intuition of psychologist Jonathan Haidt. The main purpose of the fieldwork is the examination of the social intution model, which stresses the role of social persuasion in making moral judgements. In this connection, I want to explore which ethical complex is prevalent in a given society, and which partnership norms are referred to. I try to show the „behaviour“ of the model in empirical examples, and explore particular factors that affect it. Research methods are participant observation, informal interviews, semi- and formal interviews (in the form of model situations, and also notation of nonverbal emotional communication. In this paper, I focus on presenting empirical data relating to ethical complex.

  18. Mometasone furoate in the management of asthma: a review

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    Full Text Available Ricardo A Tan1, Jonathan Corren21California Allergy and Asthma Medical Group, Los Angeles, CA; 2Allergy Research Foundation, Los Angeles, CA, USAAbstract: Inhaled corticosteroids (ICS have proven to be the most effective and essential therapy for the treatment of bronchial asthma. The 2007 National Asthma Education and Prevention Program guidelines recommend ICS as preferred therapy for patients with mild to severe persistent asthma. Mometasone furoate (MF is a relatively new ICS agent with high affinity for the glucocorticoid receptor. It is approved in the US for maintenance treatment of asthma for patients 4 years of age and older. It has been shown to be well tolerated with no significant adverse side effects observed in clinical trials and post-marketing surveillance. The efficacy of mometasone furoate has been established in large, well-designed studies. In patients with persistent asthma previously treated either with short-acting beta-agonists alone or twice-daily maintenance therapy with ICS, once-daily MF has been shown to be superior to placebo in improving lung function, symptom control, and quality of life; and has shown comparable efficacy compared with budesonide, beclomethasone, and fluticasone. Twice-daily dosing with MF has been demonstrated to successfully allow for reduction or elimination of oral corticosteroids in severe asthmatics.Keywords: inhaled steroids, mometasone furoate, once-daily dosing, asthma, stepwise approach

  19. Live Webcast | 60 years of CERN – 60 years of Science for Peace | 17 September

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    Live webcast of the colloquium entitled “60 years of CERN – 60 years of Science for Peace”.    17 September 2014 at 4 p.m. Watch the webcast at www.cern.ch/webcast Programme Part 1 of the colloquium: 4 - 6 p.m. 4.00 - 4.05 p.m.: "Introduction" - Rolf Heuer, CERN Director General 4.05 - 4.45 p.m.: “Sixty years of CERN in the evolving international landscape” - Giora Mikenberg 4.45 - 5.25 p.m.:“CERN and Eastern European countries during the Cold War” - Michal Turala 5.25 - 6.05 p.m.: “SESAME: a parallel universe in the Middle East?” - Eliezer Rabinovici Part 2 of the colloquium: 7 - 9 p.m. 7.00 - 7.40 p.m.: “Scientific research, proliferation and disarmament”- Jonathan Forman 7.40 - 8.20 p.m.: “The World Wide Web and human rights” - Jillian York 8.20 - 9.00 p.m.: “Basic research for education and society&rdq...

  20. PREFACE: Soil Change Matters 2014

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    The opinions expressed and arguments employed in this publication are the sole responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the OECD or of the governments of its Member countries. The Workshop was sponsored by the OECD Co-operative Research Programme on Biological Resource Management for Sustainable Agricultural Systems, whose financial support made it possible for eight of the invited speakers to participate in the Workshop. We would like to thank the Organising Committee, the Scientific Committee and the financial support from the conference sponsors and funding from the Government of Victoria that allowed the success of the Soil Change Matters Workshop. Organising Committee (Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources unless otherwise noted): • Richard MacEwan (Convenor) • Jennifer Alexander • Helaina Black (James Hutton Institute, UK) • Doug Crawford • Phil Dyson (North Central CMA) • Jane Fisher • Gemma Heemskerk • Jonathan Hopley • Pauline Mele • Rebecca Mitchell • David Rees • Dugal Wallace • Dale Webster Scientific Committee (Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources unless otherwise noted): • Mr Richard MacEwan • Dr Dominique Arrouays (National Institute of Agronomic Research, France) • Helaina Black (James Hutton Institute, UK) • Mr Doug Crawford • Dr Ben Marchant (Geoscience, UK) • Dr Pauline Mele • Dr Budiman Minasny (University of Sydney, NSW) • Professor Dan Richter (Duke University, USA) • Mr Nathan Robinson Thanks are given to the authors and to the anonymous referees for the papers included here.

  1. Behavior Prediction Tools Strengthen Nanoelectronics

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    2013-01-01

    Several years ago, NASA started making plans to send robots to explore the deep, dark craters on the Moon. As part of these plans, NASA needed modeling tools to help engineer unique electronics to withstand extremely cold temperatures. According to Jonathan Pellish, a flight systems test engineer at Goddard Space Flight Center, "An instrument sitting in a shadowed crater on one of the Moon s poles would hover around 43 K", that is, 43 kelvin, equivalent to -382 F. Such frigid temperatures are one of the main factors that make the extreme space environments encountered on the Moon and elsewhere so extreme. Radiation is another main concern. "Radiation is always present in the space environment," says Pellish. "Small to moderate solar energetic particle events happen regularly and extreme events happen less than a handful of times throughout the 7 active years of the 11-year solar cycle." Radiation can corrupt data, propagate to other systems, require component power cycling, and cause a host of other harmful effects. In order to explore places like the Moon, Jupiter, Saturn, Venus, and Mars, NASA must use electronic communication devices like transmitters and receivers and data collection devices like infrared cameras that can resist the effects of extreme temperature and radiation; otherwise, the electronics would not be reliable for the duration of the mission.

  2. RE-ENFORCING RADICALISATION WITH BAD PR? THE NIGERIAN ARMY'S HANDLING OF BOKO HARAM

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    Yan St-Pierre

    2015-09-01

    Full Text Available The organisation formerly known as Jamā'at Ahl as-Sunnah lid-Da'wah wa'l-Jihād' and currently known as Wilāyat Gharb Ifrīqīyyah, better known as Boko Haram, rose to international prominence in April 2014, when it kidnapped over 250 school girls from the Nigerian village of Chibok. Although the organisation is active since 2002 and began its violent insurgency in 2009, the mass kidnapping of the “Chibok Girls” attracted worldwide attention to the conflict, in large part due to the #BringBackOurGirls campaign, which was actively supported by U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama. The attention however also focused on the Nigerian government and raised questions about its fight against Boko Haram, why the kidnapping occurred, what could be done to save the girls and how the terrorists could be defeated. This focus put pressure on Goodluck Jonathan's presidency and the Nigerian army to react to the kidnappings and produce results, turning the Boko Haram insurgency into a full fledged propaganda war. While there have been many military and political changes in the eighteen months since, it could be argued that the propaganda war has turned into the main front, thereby raising numerous questions about its impact on the battlefield.

  3. Development of a colonoscopy add-on device for improvement of the intubation process

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    Litten JD

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available Jonathan D Litten1, JungHun Choi2, David Drozek31Department of Mechanical Engineering; 2Department of Mechanical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering Program; 3College of Osteopathic Medicine, Department of Specialty Medicine, Ohio University, Athens, OH, USAAbstract: A colonoscopy add-on device has been developed to reduce intubation time without modification of the current colonoscope and peripheral devices. One of the main purposes of the system is to minimize trauma caused by the distal tip of the colonoscope. The detachable sensory fixture at the end of the distal tip measures the distance between the distal tip and the colon wall in three directions, and the actuation system attached at the base of the colonoscope controls the distal tip by rotating two dial knobs. The device controls the distal tip to minimize contact between the distal tip and the colon wall, and the distal tip ideally points out the next possible lumen. A compatibility test of the infrared sensory system was carried out, and the design of the actuation system was accomplished. The system is integrated and controlled by a microprocessor. The device was tested in a silicon colon and porcine intestine. The results showed that a colonoscopist successfully reached the cecum with the aid of the colonoscopy add-on device without significant contact between the colon wall and the distal tip. The colonoscopy aid device was very helpful for the novice colonoscopist.Keywords: colonoscope, infrared sensors, intubation, trauma, colonoscopy training model

  4. Panel discussion: Building Canadian companies and capabilities in the transition to the hydrogen economy

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    Beck, N.

    2004-01-01

    'Full text:' Moderated by Nick Beck from Natural Resources Canada, this panel discussion will be prefaced by a keynote address by Dr. Arthur Carty, Canada's National Science Advisor and former President of the National Research Council of Canada, who will discuss technology commercialization in Canada and how the Government of Canada and industry collaborate to achieve their respective priorities. This session will illustrate innovative government and industry partnerships from early research and development to project demonstration, and adoption into the market-place. Panelists from across the Canadian hydrogen and fuel cell innovation spectrum will provide an overview of their respective company's partnerships with the Government of Canada and speak to how these alliances have helped their company to pioneer new technology, move technology from the lab to the marketplace, and/or become more competitive. Opportunities and challenges that companies have faced in their partnerships with government will be shared with the audience. The Panel Members are: Mr. Stephen Kukucha, Mr. Chris Reid, Mr. Robb Thompson, Mr. Pierre Rivard, Mr. John Shen, Mr. R. Randall MacEwen, Mr. Jonathan Wilkinson. Companies will also be showcasing their contribution in advancing Canada's and the world's transition to the hydrogen economy. (author)

  5. Ensouling the Beatific Vision. Motivating the Reformed Impulse

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    Farris Joshua R.

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    Full Text Available The beatific vision is a subject of considerable importance both in the Christian Scriptures and in the history of Christian dogmatics. In it, humans experience and see the perfect immaterial God, which represents the final end for the saints. However, this doctrine has received less attention in the contemporary theological literature, arguably, due in part to the growing trend toward materialism and the sole emphasis on bodily resurrection in Reformed eschatology. As a piece of retrieval by drawing from the Scriptures, Medieval Christianity, and Reformed Christianity, we motivate a case for the Reformed emphasis on the immaterial and intellectual aspects of human personal eschatology and offer some constructive thoughts on how to link it to the contemporary emphasis of the body. We draw a link between the soul and the body in the vision with the help of Christology as reflected in the theology of John Calvin, and, to a greater extent, the theology of both John Owen and Jonathan Edwards.

  6. The Fact of Evolution: Implications for Science Education

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    Hofmann, James R.; Weber, Bruce H.

    Creationists who object to evolution in the science curriculum of public schools often cite Jonathan Well's book Icons of Evolution in their support (Wells2000). In the third chapter of his book Wells claims that neither paleontological nor molecular evidence supports the thesis that the history of life is an evolutionary process of descent from preexisting ancestors. We argue that Wells inappropriately relies upon ambiguities inherent in the term `Darwinian' and the phrase `Darwin'stheory'. Furthermore, he does not accurately distinguish between the overwhelming evidence that supports the thesis of common descent and controversies that pertain to causal mechanisms such as natural selection. We also argue that Wells' attempts to undermine the evidence in support of common descent are flawed and his characterization of the relevant data is misleading. In particular, his assessment of the `Cambrian explosion' does not do justice to the fossil record. Nor do his selective references to debate about molecular and paleontological phylogenies constitute a case against common descent. We conclude that the fossil and molecular evidence is more than sufficient to warrant science educators to present common descent as a well-established scientific fact. We also argue that diagrams depicting the `tree of life' can be pedagogically useful as simplified representations of the history of life.

  7. «Reader! Bruder!»: The Rhetoric of Narration and the Rhetoric of Reading

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    Federico Bertoni

    2014-05-01

    Full Text Available The paper deals with the relation of power established by narrative texts, exploring the many-sided field of articulation among the related subjects: the narrator as a subject of power, the text as a rhetorical device, and the reader as an ultimate guarantor of meaning. After a brief introduction on the “rebirth of rhetoric” in the second half of the Twentieth century, drawing attention to its links with Reader-response criticism, the paper  focuses on the “power of words” and analyzes three case-studies: Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov (1955, Money by Martin Amis (1984 and The Kindly Ones by Jonathan Littell (2006. These novels depend for their rhetorical effect on the invention of a special narrating voice and on the relationship that it establishes with the reader – an odd mixture of antagonism and complicity, seduction and persuasion. The reader is thus invoked as a brother, but an ambiguous and untrustworthy one, as archetypally described in last verse of the opening poem from Baudelaire’s Les Fleurs du mal: «hypocrite lecteur – mon semblable, mon frère».

  8. Focus on anorexia nervosa: modern psychological treatment and guidelines for the adolescent patient

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    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available Jonathan Espie,1 Ivan Eisler2 1Child and Adolescent Eating Disorders Service, Michael Rutter Centre, South London and Maudsley Hospital Foundation NHS Trust, 2Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London, London, UK Abstract: Anorexia nervosa is a serious condition associated with high mortality. Incidence is highest for female adolescents, and prevalence data highlight a pressing unmet need for treatment. While there is evidence that adolescent-onset anorexia has relatively high rates of eventual recovery, the illness is often protracted, and even after recovery from the eating disorder there is an ongoing vulnerability to psychosocial problems in later life. Family therapy for anorexia in adolescence has evolved from a generic systemic treatment into an eating disorder-specific format (family therapy for anorexia nervosa, and this approach has been evidenced as an effective treatment. Individual treatments, including cognitive behavioral therapy, also have some evidence of effectiveness. Most adolescents can be effectively and safely managed as outpatients. Day-patient treatment holds promise as an alternative to inpatient treatment or as an intensive program following a brief medical admission. Evidence is emerging of advantages in detecting and treating adolescent anorexia nervosa in specialist community-based child and adolescent eating-disorder services accessible directly from primary care. Limitations and future directions for modern treatment are considered. Keywords: AN, evidence, family, therapy, FT-AN, inpatient, outpatient, day patient, specialist 

  9. Intertekstinis Margaretos Atwood romano Tarnaitės pasakojimas skaitymas | An Intertextual Reading of Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale

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    Rūta Šlapkauskaitė

    2004-01-01

    Full Text Available Since its publication in 1985, Margaret Atwood’s dystopia The Handmaid’s Tale has prominently secured its place among the most widely read novels of Canadian literature. The present article offers a reading of Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale as a narrative built on intertextual relationships with other texts, which are directly or implicitly referred to in the novel. This analysis of the novel emphasizes reading as a dynamic semiotic process and employs Gérard Genette’s notion of transtextuality to look into the narrative’s semantic field from the perspective of its paratextual, intertextual and metatextual relationships. While focusing on the Bible as the major intertext that structures the semantic space of Atwood’s narrative, this intertextual reading of The Handmaid’s Tale also looks at the ways in which the biblical context of Atwood’s novel correlates with the paratexts of Jonathan Swift’s essay A Modest Proposal and sufi philosophy to delineate the dominant strategies of the reading and interpreting of Atwood’s text. Finally, the article analyzes the metatextual level of Atwood’s novel and points out the ways in which the writer ironizes the intertextual nature of her own text and fictionalizes its intertexts, thereby suggesting the impossibility of narrative and interpretative closure.

  10. Sandia SWiFT Wind Turbine Manual.

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    White, Jonathan; LeBlanc, Bruce Philip; Berg, Jonathan Charles; Bryant, Joshua; Johnson, Wesley D.; Paquette, Joshua

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    The Scaled Wind Farm Technology (SWiFT) facility, operated by Sandia National Laboratories for the U.S. Department of Energy's Wind and Water Power Program, is a wind energy research site with multiple wind turbines scaled for the experimental study of wake dynamics, advanced rotor development, turbine control, and advanced sensing for production-scale wind farms. The SWiFT site currently includes three variable-speed, pitch-regulated, three-bladed wind turbines. The six volumes of this manual provide a detailed description of the SWiFT wind turbines, including their operation and user interfaces, electrical and mechanical systems, assembly and commissioning procedures, and safety systems. Further dissemination only as authorized to U.S. Government agencies and their contractors; other requests shall be approved by the originating facility or higher DOE programmatic authority. 111 UNCLASSIFIED UNLIMITED RELEASE Sandia SWiFT Wind Turbine Manual (SAND2016-0746 ) approved by: Department Manager SWiFT Site Lead Dave Minster (6121) Date Jonathan White (6121) Date SWiFT Site Supervisor Dave Mitchell (6121) Date Note: Document revision logs are found after the title page of each volume of this manual. iv

  11. A taxonomy of dignity: a grounded theory study

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    Jacobson Nora

    2009-02-01

    Full Text Available Abstract Background This paper has its origins in Jonathan Mann's insight that the experience of dignity may explain the reciprocal relationships between health and human rights. It follows his call for a taxonomy of dignity: "a coherent vocabulary and framework to characterize dignity." Methods Grounded theory procedures were use to analyze literature pertaining to dignity and to conduct and analyze 64 semi-structured interviews with persons marginalized by their health or social status, individuals who provide health or social services to these populations, and people working in the field of health and human rights. Results The taxonomy presented identifies two main forms of dignity–human dignity and social dignity–and describes several elements of these forms, including the social processes that violate or promote them, the conditions under which such violations and promotions occur, the objects of violation and promotion, and the consequences of dignity violation. Together, these forms and elements point to a theory of dignity as a quality of individuals and collectives that is constituted through interaction and interpretation and structured by conditions pertaining to actors, relationships, settings, and the broader social order. Conclusion The taxonomy has several implications for work in health and human rights. It suggests a map to possible points of intervention and provides a language in which to talk about dignity.

  12. Endeudamiento estudiantil y acceso a la educación superior en Chile [SPA

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    Mauricio Olavarría Gambi

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    Full Text Available Este trabajo analiza si el temor al endeudamiento, por cursar estudios postsecundarios, afecta las decisiones de postulación e ingreso de potenciales estudiantes a la educación superior, si hay relación entre el temor al endeudamiento y el nivel socioeconómico de las familias a las que pertenecen los potenciales estudiantes, y si hay asociación entre el temor al endeudamiento y el rendimiento escolar. El trabajo muestra que el temor al endeudamiento para cursar estudios superiores no sería una limitante para que jóvenes de sectores populares accedieran a la educación de tercer ciclo. El estudio también indica que la disponibilidad de crédito favorece el acceso a la educación superior. Los hallazgos de este estudio contradicen las conclusiones de los trabajos de Claire Callender y Jonathan Jackson, quienes previamente y con los mismos propósitos analizaron el caso británico.

  13. Five-grass pollen immunotherapy tablet: an update on the latest findings from clinical trials: an interview with Olivier de Beaumont.

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    de Beaumont, Olivier; Wilkinson, Jonathan

    2014-01-01

    Interview by Jonathan Wilkinson (Managing Commissioning Editor, Future Science Group). Olivier de Beaumont became Doctor of Medicine at the University of Paris Descartes in 1993. In the same year, he also took a Master of Health Economics degree at Paris Dauphine University. He is also a Master of Business Administration, ESCP Paris, 1999. At Stallergenes, he has been serving as Vice President/Head of Corporate Clinical Development since 2005, responsible for the clinical development plan, clinical operations, biometry and pharmacovigilance. In 2011, he took the responsibility of Senior Vice President Global Medical Affairs responsible for medical information and education, medical communication and nonregistration clinical studies. In 2014 he became Senior Vice President Global Scientific and Medical Affairs. From 2002 to 2005 he led the European business development of the world's leading clinical research organization Quintiles, developing Phase I-IV clinical trial programs for pharmaceutical companies. Previous roles included: Chief Scientific Officer and cofounder of Direct Medica (2000-2002), product champion and lifecycle management at Aventis (1998-2000), medical affairs manager in oncology and respiratory diseases at corporate Rhone-Poulenc Rorer (1993-1998).

  14. Multivariate analysis for selecting apple mutants

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    Faedi, W.; Bagnara, G.L.; Rosati, P.; Cecchini, M.

    1992-01-01

    The mutlivariate analysis of four year records on several vegetative and productive traits of twenty-one apple mutants (3 of 'Jonathan', 3 of 'Ozark Gold', 14 of 'Mollie's Delicious', 1 of 'Neipling's Early Stayman)' induced by gamma radiations showed that observation of some traits of one-year-old shoots is the most efficient way to reveal compact growing apple mutants. In particular, basal cross-section area, total length and leaf area resulted the most appropriate parameters, while internode length together with conopy height and width are less appropriate. The most interesting mutants we found are: one of 'Mollie's Delicious for the best balance among tree and fruit traits and for high skin color; one of 'Neipling's Early Stayman' with an earlier and more extensively red colored apple than the original clone. (author)

  15. Developing anchored measures of patient satisfaction with pharmaceutical care delivery: Experiences versus expectations

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    Rosemin Kassam

    2009-04-01

    Full Text Available Rosemin Kassam1, John B Collins2, Jonathan Berkowitz31Structured Practice Education Program, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences; 2Department of Educational Studies; 3Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, CanadaBackground: A pilot study was undertaken to evaluate patients’ satisfaction with pharmaceutical care (PC activities delivered at community pharmacies. The objectives of the study were to: (1 operationalize patient satisfaction in terms of the advanced pharmacy practice experience (APPE PC activities, (2 conduct psychometric analysis of the satisfaction instrument, and (3 assess the sensitivity of the instrument to detect any differences that may exist between what patients expect to receive versus what is actually experienced.Methods: Pharmacies affiliated with two national chains were recruited to participate. Asthma patients at each of these sites were invited to complete a survey designed to assess their expectations of and their experiences with PC at the respective site.Results: One hundred forty-seven surveys were completed from patients in 19 community pharmacies. Psychometric analysis confirmed the survey’s internal reliability and sensitivity to be very high. Data analysis suggested that most patients expect more from PC services than they actually experienced.Conclusion: Unlike other PC satisfaction surveys, this instrument allows patient experiences to be anchored against their expectations. The results suggest that most patients would be willing to engage in PC activities outlined in the survey.Keywords: satisfaction survey, pharmaceutical care, community-APPE

  16. Lopinavir/ritonavir in the treatment of HIV-1 infection: a review

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    Ashish Chandwani

    2008-09-01

    Full Text Available Ashish Chandwani1, Jonathan Shuter21Division of Infectious Diseases, Montefiore Medical Center and the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY, USA; 2AIDS Center and Division of Infectious Diseases, Montefiore Medical Center and the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY, USAAbstract: Lopinavir/ritonavir is the first and only coformulated HIV-1 protease inhibitor (PI. Large clinical trials have demonstrated lopinavir/ritonavir’s clinical efficacy in both antiretroviral-naïve and -experienced patients. The immunologic and virologic benefits of treatment with this agent have been proven in HIV-infected adults, adolescents, and children. Smaller studies support the use of lopinavir/ritonavir monotherapy as a therapeutic option in certain patients. The drug is characterized by a high genetic barrier to resistance, and appears to be more forgiving of non-adherence than earlier, unboosted PIs. The most frequent side effects observed are diarrhea, nausea, and vomiting. These gastrointestinal adverse effects are generally mild to moderate. Metabolic derangements, including hyperlipidemia and glucose intolerance, have also been observed in lopinavir/ritonavir recipients. As the menu of available antiretroviral agents continues to expand, lopinavir/ritonavir remains a proven and effective drug for the treatment of HIV infection.Keywords: lopinavir/ritonavir, protease inhibitor, HIV, antiretroviral, Kaletra®

  17. Dracula Gramophone Dracula Gramophone

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    Marc Porée

    2009-05-01

    Full Text Available The article draws on two 1987 lectures by Derrida, collected under the general heading, Ulysse Gramophone, for its own title. Its basic aim is to register the full (and so far little explored impact of the sense of hearing, and of the auditory imagination, on and within Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Departing from the obvious approach via a general theory of the visible (and the invisible, it focuses on the various novelistic strategies bent on recording, typing, harking (cf. Jonathan Harker and intoning, while taking into account the means, both technological (gramophone and supernatural (vampiric “sound bites”, whereby “negative audition” (achieved via hypnosis and Verstimmung are enacted in the writing itself. Based on various scriptural and semantic devices (e.g. the C/K divide modeled on the Barthesian S/Z and organized around four emblematic citations lifted from the novel, it ends on an emphatic vindication of the “tone of the revenant”, in the words of Baudelaire (freely translating Thomas de Quincey’s Suspiria De Profundis.

  18. Bitistatin-functionalized fluorescent nanodiamond particles specifically bind to purified human platelet integrin receptor αIIbβ3 and activated platelets

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    Full Text Available Cezary Marcinkiewicz,1,2 Jonathan A Gerstenhaber,1 Mark Sternberg,2 Peter I Lelkes,1 Giora Feuerstein1,2 1Department of Bioengineering, College of Engineering, Temple University, Philadelphia, 2Debina Diagnostic, Inc., Newton Square, PA, USA Abstract: Thromboembolic events (TEE underwrite key causes of death in developed countries. While advanced imaging technologies such as computed tomography scans serve to diagnose blood clots during acute cardiovascular events, no such technology is available in routine primary care for TEE risk assessment. Here, we describe an imaging platform technology based on bioengineered fluorescent nanodiamond particles (F-NDPs functionalized with bitistatin (Bit, a disintegrin that specifically binds to the αIIbβ3 integrin, platelet fibrinogen receptor (PFR on activated platelets. Covalent linkage of purified Bit to F-NDP was concentration-dependent and saturable, as validated by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay using specific anti-Bit antibodies. F-NDP–Bit interacted with purified PFR, either in immobilized or soluble form. Lotrafiban, a nonpeptide, αIIbβ3 receptor antagonist, specifically blocked F-NDP–Bit–PFR complex formation. Moreover, F-NDP–Bit specifically binds to activated platelets incorporated into a clot generated by thrombin-activated rat platelet-rich plasma (PRP. Our results suggest that engineered F-NDP–Bit particles could serve as noninvasive, “real-time” optical diagnostics for clots present in blood vessels. Keywords: carbon nanoparticles, blood clots, imaging, platelet fibrinogen receptor, fluorescence, disintegrin, thromboembolic complications, thrombosis

  19. ‘You think your writing belongs to you?’: Intertextuality in Contemporary Jewish Post-Holocaust Literature

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    Kirstin Gwyer

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    Full Text Available This article examines a sub-category of recent Jewish post-Holocaust fiction that engages with the absent memory of the persecution its authors did not personally witness through the medium of intertextuality, but with intertextual recourse not to testimonial writing but to literature only unwittingly or retrospectively shadowed by the Holocaust. It will be proposed that this practice of intertextuality constitutes a response to the post-Holocaust Jewish author’s ‘anxiety of influence’ that, in the wake of the first generation’s experience of atrocity, their own life story and literature will always appear derivative. With reference to works by four such post-Holocaust authors, Jonathan Safran Foer’s Tree of Codes (2010, Maxim Biller’s Im Kopf von Bruno Schulz (2013, Helen Maryles Shankman’s In the Land of Armadillos (2016, and Nicole Krauss’s The History of Love (2005 and Forest Dark (2017, all of which engage intertextually with Franz Kafka and Bruno Schulz, it will be suggested that these authors are looking to return to a Kristevan practice of intertextuality after the predominantly citational recourse to antecedent material that has often characterized post-Holocaust literature. In the process, they also succeed in troubling recently popular conceptualizations of ‘postmemory’ literature as the ‘belated’ and ‘evacuated’ recipient of encrypted traumatic content inherited from the first generation that it must now seek either to preserve or to work through vicariously.

  20. Tecnologia, experiência e memória

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    Aécio Amaral Jr

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    Full Text Available O artigo investiga a estruturação de uma nova cultura de memória, a qual inverte a lógica metafísica com que se pensou a relação entre tecnologia e experiência nas ciências sociais. Com as recentes tecnologias da vida e da informação, a concepção do corpo humano como algo que se constitui à margem de um aparato tecnológico declina em credibilidade. Com isso, um dos principais projetos da metafísica ocidental, a saber, a estruturação de um campo de experiência e conhecimento livre de suportes técnicos, malogra em seu humanismo tecnofóbico. A partir de uma apreciação do conto Memento Mori, de Jonathan Nolan, e do filme Amnésia, de Christopher Nolan, analiso a relação entre memória e escritura, corpo e arquivo na contemporaneidade. O objetivo é perceber as tensões e oscilações implícitas na tentativa de instauração de uma mnemotécnica pretensamente pós-humana ou pós-orgânica. Palavras-chave: tecnologia; experiência; memória; humanismo; pós-humanismo.

  1. Leadership of the Department of Epidemiology of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Its First Century.

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    Celentano, David D

    2016-03-01

    This commentary reviews the contributions of each of the 7 Chairs of the Department of Epidemiology from the Department's inception in 1919 to the advent of the Centennial Celebration of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in 2016. The founding Chair, Wade Hampton Frost (1919-1938), was among the handful of foundational thinkers in the discipline of epidemiology. Kenneth Maxcy (1938-1954) and Philip Sartwell (1954-1970) oversaw the Department through the epidemiologic transition from a preponderance of morbidity and mortality due to infectious diseases to a preponderance of noncommunicable diseases. Abraham Lilienfeld (1970-1975) and Leon Gordis (1975-1993) were perhaps best known for their mastery of teaching, influencing generations of both medical and public health students. Jonathan Samet (1994-2008) oversaw a major curriculum revision and expanded the Department significantly, and David Celentano (2008-) is working to rebalance the practice of epidemiology with the etiological foundations of epidemiology. All Chairs were a product of their times, and their research focus and portfolios influenced the direction of the Department. Future generations of Johns Hopkins students will be influenced directly or indirectly by the heritage of these Chairs' actions and those of their faculty. © The Author 2016. Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. All rights reserved. For permissions, please e-mail: journals.permissions@oup.com.

  2. Možnosti využitia modelových situácií (vinet v antropologickom výskume morálnych postojov

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    Kristína Miškovská

    2016-09-01

    Full Text Available Labels describe a fictitious situation which the contact person is supposed to asses and take a certain position. They represent a suitable complementary method of qualitative research. While in psychology they can be used as a tool for predicting behaviour, in anthropology and ethnology they can be used to study norms, perceptions or attitudes. The aim of this text is to show in what way they can be linked to other types of qualitative data (participatory observation, semi-structured interviews through an example of a long-term anthropological research studying political preferences and moral attitudes. The principal research assumption is based on Jonathan Haidt’s concept, according to which self-declared political preferences (whether an individual is considered conservative or liberal are reflected in the sphere of moral emotions, in particular in the emotion of disgust. The results of the analysis show that all politically self-declared groups reflect morally unacceptable behaviour. The biggest difference between conservative and liberal contacts was observed with respect to sexuality (e.g. sexual behaviour, registered partnerships. The text points out the methodological limits of model situations: they can problematise the situations which individuals have not faced yet, as a result of which they can judge a fictitious and a real-life situation differently.

  3. Advanced teaching labs in physics - celebrating progress; challenges ahead

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    Peterson, Richard

    A few examples of optical physics experiments may help us first reflect on significant progress on how advanced lab initiatives may now be more effectively developed, discussed, and disseminated - as opposed to only 10 or 15 years back. Many cooperative developments of the last decade are having profound impacts on advanced lab workers and students. Central to these changes are the programs of the Advanced Laboratory Physics Association (ALPhA) (Immersions, BFY conferences), AAPT (advlab-l server, ComPADRE, apparatus competitions, summer workshops/sessions), APS (Reichert Award, FEd activities and sessions), and the Jonathan F. Reichert Foundation (ALPhA support and institution matched equipment grants for Immersion participants). Broad NSF support has helped undergird several of these initiatives. Two of the most significant challenges before this new advanced lab community are (a) to somehow enhance funding opportunities for teaching equipment and apparatus in an era of minimal NSF equipment support, and (b) to help develop a more complementary relationship between research-based advanced lab pedagogies and the development of fresh physics experiments that help enable the mentoring and experimental challenge of our students.

  4. Honors

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    2011-10-01

    More than a dozen AGU members are among 94 researchers announced by U.S. president Barack Obama on 26 September as recipients of the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers. The award, which is coordinated by the Office of Science and Technology Policy within the Executive Office of the President, is considered the highest honor bestowed by the U.S. government on science and engineering professionals in the early stages of their independent research careers. This year's recipients include Jeffrey Book, Naval Research Laboratory; Jonathan Cirtain, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center; Fotini Katopodes Chow, University of California, Berkeley; Elizabeth Cochran, U.S. Geological Survey (USGS); Ian Howat, Ohio State University; Christiane Jablonowski, University of Michigan; Justin Kasper, Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory; Elena Litchman, Michigan State University; James A. Morris Jr., National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA); Erin M. Oleson, NOAA; Victoria Orphan, California Institute of Technology; Sasha Reed, USGS; David Shelly, USGS; and Feng Wang, University of California, Berkeley. Five AGU members are among 10 U.S. representatives recently selected for International Arctic Science Committee working groups. The AGU members, chosen as representatives through the U.S. National Academies review process, are Atmosphere Working Group member James Overland, Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, NOAA; Cryosphere Working Group members Walter Meier, University of Colorado at Boulder, and Elizabeth Hunke, Los Alamos National Laboratory; Marine Working Group member Mary-Louise Timmermans, Yale University; and Terrestrial Working Group member Vanessa Lougheed, University of Texas at El Paso.

  5. Cool-Water Carbonates, SEPM Special Publication No. 56

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    Hallock, Pamela

    Doesn't field work on modern carbonates mean scuba diving on spectacular coral reefs in gin-clear water teeming with brightly colored fish? Not if you are one of the researchers that Jonathan Clarke of the Western Mining Corporation Ltd., in Preston, Victoria, Australia, assembled at a workshop in Geelong, Victoria, in January 1995. Their field work involves research cruises in high-latitude oceans, where mal de mer and chilling winds are constant companions. Many braved 10-m seas in modest-sized research vessels to sample shelves stripped of fine sediments by storm waves whose effects can reach to depths exceeding 200 m. Noel James of Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, carefully lays the groundwork for the book in a paper titled, “The Cool-Water Carbonate Depositional Realm,” which will assuredly become a standard reading assignment in advanced undergraduate-and graduate-level courses in carbonate sedimentology. James skillfully shows how cool-water carbonates are part of the greater carbonate depositional spectrum. By expanding recognition of the possible range of carbonate environments, sedimentologists expand their ability to understand and interpret ancient carbonates, particularly Paleozoic limestones that often show striking similarities to modern cool-water sediments. James' paper is followed by nine papers on modern cool-water carbonates, seven on Tertiary environments, and seven examples from Mesozoic and Paleozoic limestones

  6. Radical Homemaking in Contemporary American Environmental Fiction

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    Kristin J. Jacobson

    2018-02-01

    Full Text Available Ursula K. Heise in ‘Ecocriticism and the Transnational Turn in American Studies’ critiques ‘the portrayal of multicultural and sometimes transnational nuclear families as the narrative solution to environmental and political problems’ (Heise, 2008: 383. This essay places Heise’s critique of the ‘ecological family romance’ in conversation with three other ecological domestic fictions: T. C. Boyle’s 'A Friend of the Earth' (2000, Jonathan Franzen’s 'Freedom' (2010, and Barbara Kingsolver’s 'Flight Behavior' (2012. Heise’s critique and Shannon Hayes’ 'Radical Homemakers' (2010 frame my close readings of the novels’ interconnected themes of radical homemaking, transnationalism, and environmentalism. My reading of the novels highlights their shared use of marginalized, racially-other characters to develop their entwined romantic and environmental plots (Lalitha in 'Freedom', several minor characters in 'A Friend of the Earth', and Ovid in 'Flight Behavior' and their use of sentimental deaths, especially of key female characters (Lalitha in Freedom, Sierra in A Friend of the Earth, and Dellarobia’s uncertain fate in Flight Behavior. By adopting the sentimental, domestic romance plot for ecological aims, the three novels highlight how environmental aims get stymied when cultural and ecological diversity are relegated to the margins. They also suggest that more is gained than lost through their use of ecological allegory. While the fictions do not offer solutions, they do push their readers to confront the Anthropocene’s ecological realities and their radical domestic-environmental politics.

  7. Support for hands-on optics immersions (Conference Presentation)

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    Spalding, Gabriel C.; McCann, Lowell I.

    2016-09-01

    The Advanced Laboratory Physics Association (ALPhA) is an official affiliate organization of the AAPT, supporting upper-level undergraduate instructional lab education in physics. The ALPhA Immersions program is intended to be an efficient use of an instructor's time: with expert colleague-mentors on hand they spend 2.5 days learning a key new instructional experiment (of their choice) well enough to confidently teach it to the students at their home institutions. At an ALPhA Immersion, participants work in groups of no more than three per experimental setup. Our follow-up surveys support the notion that this individualized, concentrated focus directly results in significant updating and improvement of undergraduate laboratory instruction in physics across the country. Such programs have the effect of encouraging investment, on the part of individual institutions. For example, we have disseminated ideas, training, and equipment for contemporary single-photon-based instructional labs dealing with core, contemporary issues in Quantum Mechanics. By the time this paper is presented, ALPhA will have delivered at least 420 single-photon detectors to a wide variety of educational institutions. We have also partnered with the non-profit Jonathan F. Reichert Foundation to support equipment acquisition by institutions participating in our wide variety of training programs.

  8. Targeted therapy for Hodgkin lymphoma and systemic anaplastic large cell lymphoma: focus on brentuximab vedotin

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    Chen X

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available Xueyan Chen, Lorinda A Soma, Jonathan R FrommDepartment of Laboratory Medicine, University of Washington Medical Center, Seattle, WA, USAAbstract: Despite the relative success of chemotherapy for Hodgkin lymphoma (HL and systemic anaplastic large cell lymphoma (ALCL, novel therapeutic agents are needed for refractory or relapsed patients. Targeted immunotherapy has emerged as a novel treatment option for these patients. Although unconjugated anti-cluster of differentiation (CD30 antibodies showed minimal antitumor activity in early clinical trials, development of antibody–drug conjugates (ADCs appears promising. Brentuximab vedotin is an ADC composed of an anti-CD30 antibody linked to a potent microtubule-disrupting agent monomethyl auristatin E (MMAE. It has the ability to target CD30-positive tumor cells and, once bound to CD30, brentuximab vedotin is internalized and MMAE is released to induce cell cycle arrest and apoptosis. In two phase II trials, objective response was reported in 75% and 86% of patients with refractory or relapsed HL and systemic ALCL, respectively, with an acceptable toxicity profile. Based on these studies, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA granted accelerated approval of brentuximab vedotin in August 2011 for the treatment of refractory and relapsed HL and ALCL. We review the key characteristics of brentuximab vedotin, clinical data supporting its therapeutic efficacy, and current ongoing trials to explore its utility in other CD30-positive malignancies.Keywords: classical Hodgkin lymphoma, systemic anaplastic large cell lymphoma, CD30, brentuximab vedotin, SGN-35

  9. Report of investigation on underground limestone mines in the Ohio region

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    Byerly, D.W.

    1976-06-01

    The following is a report of investigation on the geologic setting of several underground limestone mines in Ohio other than the PPG mine at Barberton, Ohio. Due to the element of available time, the writer is only able to deliver a brief synopsis of the geology of three sites visited. These three sites and the Barberton, Ohio site are the only underground limestone mines in Ohio to the best of the writer's knowledge. The sites visited include: (1) the Jonathan Mine located near Zanesville, Ohio, and currently operated by the Columbia Cement Corporation; (2) the abandoned Alpha Portland Cement Mine located near Ironton, Ohio; and (3) the Lewisburg Mine located at Lewisburg, Ohio, and currently being utilized as an underground storage facility. Other remaining possibilities where limestone is being mined underground are located in middle Ordovician strata near Carntown and Maysville, Kentucky. These are drift mines into a thick sequence of carbonates. The writer predicts, however, that these mines would have some problems with water due to the preponderance of carbonate rocks and the proximity of the mines to the Ohio River. None of the sites visited nor the sites in Kentucky have conditions comparable to the deep mine at Barberton, Ohio

  10. Rocket ranch the nuts and bolts of the Apollo Moon program at Kennedy Space Center

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    Ward, Jonathan H

    2015-01-01

    Jonathan Ward takes the reader deep into the facilities at Kennedy Space Center to describe NASA’s first computer systems used for spacecraft and rocket checkout and explain how tests and launches proceeded. Descriptions of early operations include a harrowing account of the heroic efforts of pad workers during the Apollo 1 fire. A companion to the author’s book Countdown to a Moon Launch: Preparing Apollo for Its Historic Journey, this explores every facet of the facilities that served as the base for the Apollo/Saturn missions. Hundreds of illustrations complement the firsthand accounts of more than 70 Apollo program managers and engineers. The era of the Apollo/Saturn missions was perhaps the most exciting period in American space exploration history. Cape Canaveral and Kennedy Space Center were buzzing with activity. Thousands of workers came to town to build the facilities and launch the missions needed to put an American on the Moon before the end of the decade. Work at KSC involved much more than j...

  11. Oncolytic viruses: a step into cancer immunotherapy

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    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available Jonathan G Pol, Julien Rességuier, Brian D LichtyMcMaster Immunology Research Centre, Department of Pathology and Molecular Medicine, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, CanadaAbstract: Oncolytic virotherapy is currently under investigation in phase I–III clinical trials for approval as a new cancer treatment. Oncolytic viruses (OVs selectively infect, replicate in, and kill tumor cells. For a long time, the therapeutic efficacy was thought to depend on the direct viral oncolysis (virocentric view. The host immune system was considered as a brake that impaired virus delivery and spread. Attention was paid primarily to approaches enhancing virus tumor selectivity and cytotoxicity and/or that limited antiviral responses. Thinking has changed over the past few years with the discovery that OV therapy was also inducing indirect oncolysis mechanisms. Among them, induction of an antitumor immunity following OV injection appeared to be a key factor for an efficient therapeutic activity (immunocentric view. Indeed, tumor-specific immune cells persist post-therapy and can search and destroy any tumor cells that escape the OVs, and thus immune memory may prevent relapse of the disease. Various strategies, which are summarized in this manuscript, have been developed to enhance the efficacy of OV therapy with a focus on its immunotherapeutic aspects. These include genetic engineering and combination with existing cancer treatments. Several are currently being evaluated in human patients and already display promising efficacy.Keywords: oncolytic virus, cancer immunotherapy, tumor antigen, cancer vaccine, combination strategies

  12. Can Innate, modular "foundations" explain morality? Challenges for Haidt's Moral Foundations Theory.

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    Suhler, Christopher L; Churchland, Patricia

    2011-09-01

    Jonathan Haidt's Moral Foundations Theory is an influential scientific account of morality incorporating psychological, developmental, and evolutionary perspectives. The theory proposes that morality is built upon five innate "foundations," each of which is believed to have been selected for during human evolution and, subsequently, tuned-up by learning during development. We argue here that although some general elements of Haidt's theory are plausible, many other important aspects of his account are seriously flawed. First, innateness and modularity figure centrally in Haidt's account, but terminological and conceptual problems foster confusion and ambiguities. Second, both the theory's proposed number of moral foundations and its taxonomy of the moral domain appear contrived, ignoring equally good candidate foundations and the possibility of substantial intergroup differences in the foundations' contents. Third, the mechanisms (viz., modules) and categorical distinctions (viz., between foundations) proposed by the theory are not consilient with discoveries in contemporary neuroscience concerning the organization, functioning, and development of the brain. In light of these difficulties, we suggest that Haidt's theory is inadequate as a scientific account of morality. Nevertheless, the theory's weaknesses are instructive, and hence, criticism may be useful to psychologists, neuroscientists, and philosophers attempting to advance theories of morality, as well as to researchers wishing to invoke concepts such as innateness and modularity more generally.

  13. Barcelona 2002: law, ethics, and human rights. Global battle cry: health is a right, not a commodity.

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    Fernandez, Irene

    2002-12-01

    Health is a fundamental right, not a commodity to be sold at a profit, argues Irene Fernandez in the second Jonathan Mann Memorial Lecture delivered on 8 July 2002 to the XIV International AIDS Conference in Barcelona. Ms Fernandez had to obtain a special permit from the Malaysian government to attend the Conference because she is on trial for having publicly released information about abuse, torture, illness, corruption, and death in Malaysian detention camps for migrants. This article, based on Ms Fernandez' presentation, describes how the policies of the rich world have failed the poor world. According to Ms Fernandez, the policies of globalization and privatization of health care have hindered the ability of developing countries to respond to the HIV/AIDS epidemic. The article decries the hypocrisy of the industrialized nations in increasing subsidies to farmers while demanding that the developing world open its doors to Western goods. It points out that the rich nations have failed to live up their foreign aid commitments. The article concludes that these commitments--and the other promises made in the last few years, such as those in the United Nations' Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS--can only become a reality if they are translated into action.

  14. Optogenetics in preclinical neuroscience and psychiatry research: recent insights and potential applications

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    McDevitt RA

    2014-07-01

    Full Text Available Ross A McDevitt,1 Sean J Reed,2 Jonathan P Britt2,3 1Intramural Research Program, National Institute on Drug Abuse, National Institutes of Health, Baltimore, MD, USA; 2Integrated Program in Neuroscience, Montreal Neurological Institute, 3Department of Psychology, McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada Abstract: There have been significant advances in the treatment of psychiatric disease in the last half century, but it is still unclear which neural circuits are ultimately responsible for specific disease states. Fortunately, technical limitations that have constrained this research have recently been mitigated by advances in research tools that facilitate circuit-based analyses. The most prominent of these tools is optogenetics, which refers to the use of genetically encoded, light-sensitive proteins that can be used to manipulate discrete neural circuits with temporal precision. Optogenetics has recently been used to examine the neural underpinnings of both psychiatric disease and symptom relief, and this research has rapidly identified novel therapeutic targets for what could be a new generation of rational drug development. As these and related methodologies for controlling neurons ultimately make their way into the clinic, circuit-based strategies for alleviating psychiatric symptoms could become a remarkably refined approach to disease treatment. Keywords: optogenetics, depression, anxiety, addiction, obsessive-compulsive disorder

  15. Antifan activism as a response to MTV's The Valleys

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    Bethan Jones

    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available MTV has launched several reality TV shows in the United Kingdom, but one, The Valleys (2012–14, about youth moving from the South Wales Valleys to Cardiff, has received much criticism. Grassroots criticism of the show arose, and a Valleys-centric campaign, The Valleys Are Here, took direct action. I adopt Jonathan Gray's definition of antifans to complicate ideas of fan activism. I utilize comments and posts made on the Valleys Are Here Twitter feed and Facebook account, as well as the organization's Web site, to examine the ways in which they encourage activism among antifans of the series. I pay particular attention to activist calls for MTV to be held accountable for its positioning of Wales and the Valleys, and to how it encourages participation among varied groups of people whose common denominator is their dislike of the series. Fan activism is not exclusive to people who consider themselves fans, and notions of fan activism can be complicated by drawing in antifans.

  16. Random walk theory and exchange rate dynamics in transition economies

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    Gradojević Nikola

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available This paper investigates the validity of the random walk theory in the Euro-Serbian dinar exchange rate market. We apply Andrew Lo and Archie MacKinlay's (1988 conventional variance ratio test and Jonathan Wright's (2000 non-parametric ranks and signs based variance ratio tests to the daily Euro/Serbian dinar exchange rate returns using the data from January 2005 - December 2008. Both types of variance ratio tests overwhelmingly reject the random walk hypothesis over the data span. To assess the robustness of our findings, we examine the forecasting performance of a non-linear, nonparametric model in the spirit of Francis Diebold and James Nason (1990 and find that it is able to significantly improve upon the random walk model, thus confirming the existence of foreign exchange market imperfections in a small transition economy such as Serbia. In the last part of the paper, we conduct a comparative study on how our results relate to those of other transition economies in the region.

  17. Rethinking Antiquarianism

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    Tim Murray

    2007-11-01

    Full Text Available This paper provides the opportunity to discuss the rationale for a new collaborative research project directed at creating a global history of antiquarianism. Conventional histories of archaeology, particularly those by Daniel (e.g. 1976 and to a certain extent Trigger (1987, 2006, stress that antiquarians were in essence amateurs and dilettantes, perfect figures of their age, exemplified by the brilliantly scatty John Aubrey, or by Walter Scott’s grotesque pastiche Jonathan Oldbuck. However, following ground-breaking work by Arnoldo Momigliano (see e.g. 1966, 1990, and later by Alain Schnapp (e.g. 1996 for some time it had become clear that this was an inaccurate rendering – one designed to stress the scientific credentials of the disciplines that grew out and away from antiquarianism: the modern cultural sciences of history, sociology, anthropology, art history, archaeology, and history of religion. For Schnapp, especially in his Discovery of the Past, the division between amateur and professional (a distinction also explored with profit by Phillipa Levine (1986 was not the cause of the triumph of archaeology (or any one of the other disciplines over antiquarianism, and it is ill informed to interpret antiquarianism as a wrong-turning on the pathway to archaeological enlightenment. In this view antiquarianism was, and perhaps still is a full-fledged and (more important continuing body of thought and practice.

  18. Ruins in Reverse. An Exhibition at Tate Modern (March 1st - June 24th 2013

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    Colin Philip Sterling

    2013-07-01

    Full Text Available In the same week Ruins in Reverse opened at the Tate Modern gallery in London, Jonathan Jones asked on his Guardian Blog whether archaeology might be ‘the new art’ (2013. He posed this question as a result of two recent exhibitions at The British Museum, namely Ice Age Art and Life and Death in Pompeii and Herculaneum, both of which sought to emphasise the aesthetic qualities of archaeological objects. As Jones argued, such exhibitions ‘popularise’ the discipline by drawing attention to the ‘stupendous beauty of things that survive from the past’. While visitor numbers go some way to demonstrating the veracity of this comment, it seems restrictive both to art and to archaeology to frame any relationship between the two in this way. The spectacular archaeological find is atypical and potentially deceptive. A more potent line of enquiry - one adopted by several of the artists featured in Ruins in Reverse - might be to consider the present itself through an archaeological lens, applying the language of ‘discovery’ and ‘excavation’ to artefacts and locations that few would call stupendous or beautiful.

  19. America's Stonehenge, (A.S.), May Also Provide a Window Into a Past Of Ancient, Native American Applied Physicists.

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    Alexander, Kimberely E.; McLeod, David M.; McLeod, Roger D.

    2001-11-01

    New phenomena detected at A.S. in North Salem, NH. indicates that others may have mistakenly attributed an 1800's construction of A.S. to Jonathan Pattee. Stonework there seems to have been to enhance implicit applied astronomy, and may be ``datable", at least in a relative way, by the effect we choose to divulge now. Various team members have detected numerous phenomena here in several different ways. The particular phenomenon we prefer to emphasize at this time may be periodic. It also seems triggered by natural events involving the earth. It, (and ``fish"), can not be ``observed" unless the particular periodicity holds, or if other generating activity occurs. It consists of precursor ``points" or ``blotches" of exceedingly faint blue light. These are followed by distinct and specific detail of a full-size, face-like ``apparition" of an ancient Native American with appropriate decoration: decidedly not an implicit artifact inducible by the purported construction of a ``modern" Irish eccentric. It is certainly not a ghost, either!

  20. Exercise-induced bronchospasm: implications for patients with or without asthma in primary care practice

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    Hayden ML

    2011-11-01

    Full Text Available Stuart W Stoloff1, Gene L Colice2, Mary Lou Hayden3, Timothy J Craig4, Nancy K Ostrom5, Nemr S Eid6, Jonathan P Parsons71University of Nevada School of Medicine, Reno, NV, 2Washington Hospital Center, Washington, DC, 3University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, 4Pennsylvania State University, Hershey, PA, 5Allergy and Asthma Medical Group and Research Center, San Diego, CA, 6University of Louisville, Louisville, KY, 7Ohio State University Asthma Center, Columbus, OH, USAAbstract: Exercise-induced bronchospasm (EIB can represent a substantial barrier to physical activity. We present the cases of two patients with EIB, one with asthma, and one without asthma, who were evaluated at our primary care practice. The first case was a 44-year-old man with a history of seasonal allergic rhinitis but no asthma, who reported difficulty breathing when playing tennis. The second case was a 45-year-old woman who presented with persistent, generally well-controlled asthma, who was now experiencing bouts of coughing and wheezing during exercise. In both cases, an exercise challenge was used to diagnose EIB, and patients were prescribed a short-acting beta agonist to be used immediately before initiating exercise. EIB is a frequently encountered problem among patients presenting to primary care specialists. Affected patients should be made aware of the importance of proactive treatment with a short-acting beta agonist before initiating any exercise.Keywords: asthma, compliance, exercise-induced bronchospasm

  1. Thermodynamics an advanced textbook for chemical engineers

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    Astarita, Gianni

    1989-01-01

    If a Writer would know how to behave himself with relation to Posterity; let him consider in old Books, what he finds, that he is glad to know; and what Omissions he most laments. Jonathan Swift This book emerges from a long story of teaching. I taught chemical engineering thermodynamics for about ten years at the University of Naples in the 1960s, and I still remember the awkwardness that I felt about any textbook I chose to consider-all of them seemed to be vague at best, and the standard of logical rigor seemed immensely inferior to what I could find in books on such other of the students in my first class subjects as calculus and fluid mechanics. One (who is now Prof. F. Gioia of the University of Naples) once asked me a question which I have used here as Example 4. 2-more than 20 years have gone by, and I am still waiting for a more intelligent question from one of my students. At the time, that question compelled me to answer in a way I didn't like, namely "I'll think about it, and I hope I'll have the ...

  2. Rate equation analysis of hydrogen uptake on Si (100) surfaces

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    Inanaga, S.; Rahman, F.; Khanom, F.; Namiki, A.

    2005-01-01

    We have studied the uptake process of H on Si (100) surfaces by means of rate equation analysis. Flowers' quasiequilibrium model for adsorption and desorption of H [M. C. Flowers, N. B. H. Jonathan, A. Morris, and S. Wright, Surf. Sci. 396, 227 (1998)] is extended so that in addition to the H abstraction (ABS) and β 2 -channel thermal desorption (TD) the proposed rate equation further includes the adsorption-induced desorption (AID) and β 1 -TD. The validity of the model is tested by the experiments of ABS and AID rates in the reaction system H+D/Si (100). Consequently, we find it can well reproduce the experimental results, validating the proposed model. We find the AID rate curve as a function of surface temperature T s exhibits a clear anti-correlation with the bulk dangling bond density versus T s curve reported in the plasma-enhanced chemical vapor deposition (CVD) for amorphous Si films. The significance of the H chemistry in plasma-enhanced CVD is discussed

  3. Condensing embryology teaching: alternative perspectives

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    Full Text Available Mohammad Hasan, Syed Maaz Tariq, Syed Ali Haider Department of MBBS, Jinnah Sindh Medical University, Karachi, PakistanWe read the article “Condensing embryology teaching for medical students: can it be taught in 2 hours?” by Kazzazi and Bartlett quite attentively. The authors were successful in mentioning an effective mode of teaching embryology. Embryology is indeed an important subject that forms the base for appreciating anatomy and has immense practical implementations in different parts of medicine, for example, in pediatrics and ENT surgery. However, it is often neglected and is only taught in preclinical years.1 The authors proposed a method for teaching embryology splendidly from their perspective; therefore, we felt the need to expand the discussion from the perspective of third-year medical students who have just completed their preclinical years. Hence, we would like to mention few limitations to this study as well.Authors’ replyFawz Kazzazi, Jonathan Bartlett School of Clinical Medicine, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UKWe read with interest the response letter by Hasan et al. We must first commend the editor and journal on their great ability to unify the medical community and extend topics for debate internationally.View the original paper by Kazzazi and Bartlett.

  4. KiT: a MATLAB package for kinetochore tracking.

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    Armond, Jonathan W; Vladimirou, Elina; McAinsh, Andrew D; Burroughs, Nigel J

    2016-06-15

    During mitosis, chromosomes are attached to the mitotic spindle via large protein complexes called kinetochores. The motion of kinetochores throughout mitosis is intricate and automated quantitative tracking of their motion has already revealed many surprising facets of their behaviour. Here, we present 'KiT' (Kinetochore Tracking)-an easy-to-use, open-source software package for tracking kinetochores from live-cell fluorescent movies. KiT supports 2D, 3D and multi-colour movies, quantification of fluorescence, integrated deconvolution, parallel execution and multiple algorithms for particle localization. KiT is free, open-source software implemented in MATLAB and runs on all MATLAB supported platforms. KiT can be downloaded as a package from http://www.mechanochemistry.org/mcainsh/software.php The source repository is available at https://bitbucket.org/jarmond/kit and under continuing development. Supplementary data are available at Bioinformatics online. jonathan.armond@warwick.ac.uk. © The Author 2016. Published by Oxford University Press.

  5. Yes to Realism! No to Non-naturalism!

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    Ulysses T. Araña

    2009-06-01

    Full Text Available According to contemporary moral realism a moral property, like goodness or badness, is either a natural (descriptive property or a non-natural (nondescriptive property of actions or situations. Contemporary moral naturalists like Richard Boyd, Nicholas Sturgeon, and David Brink are a group of philosophers who are often referred to as Cornell realists because of their connection with Cornell University. Frank Jackson is another contemporary moral naturalist who is one of the leaders of The Canberra Planners at the Australian National University with which he is connected. Jackson defends “the most extreme form of naturalism.” Jackson’s view is considered extremeby those who disagree with him because he believes that moral properties are reducible or identical to natural properties. This view of Jackson is opposed by contemporary non-naturalists like Jonathan Dancy, Derek Parfit, and Russ Shafer-Landau for reasons which in my view are not successful. Despite Jackson’s reductionism about the ethical, the Cornell realists, nevertheless, agree with him that moral properties are natural properties.

  6. Meeting the Editors at the 9th Iberoamerican Academy of Management Conference

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    Fernando Antonio Ribeiro Serra

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    Full Text Available The following Editorial Comment presents a summary of the main ideas and suggestions presented at the “Meeting with the Editors” at the 9th Iberoamerican Academy of Management (IAM Conference, in Santiago (Chile. The meeting was conducted by three editors: Jonathan Doh from the Journal of World Business, Martin Larraza from Management Research and Herman Aguinis, President of the Iberoamerican Academy of Management and former editor of Organizational Research Methods. The conference took place from 3rd to 5th December 2015, and was hosted by Universidad Del Desarrollo. This editorial does not change the focus of the previous recent editorial comments of the Iberoamerican Journal of Strategic Management (IJSM. Its purpose of helping researchers and students in their quest to conduct quality research and publish it remains unchanged. These specific editorial comments are grouped in the menu section of the IJSM website under the title How to publish (or perish? (available at http://www.revistaiberoamericana.org/ojs/index.php/ibero/pages/view/publish%20or%20perish.

  7. Acute-on-chronic liver failure: a review

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    Full Text Available Luis Eduardo Zamora Nava,1 Jonathan Aguirre Valadez,2 Norberto C Chávez-Tapia,3 Aldo Torre21Department of Endoscopy, 2Department of Gastroenterology, National Institute of Medical Sciences and Nutrition Salvador Zubirán, 3Obesity and Digestive Diseases Unit, Medica Sur Clinic and Foundation, Mexico City, MexicoAbstract: There is no universally accepted definition of acute-on-chronic liver failure; however, it is recognized as an entity characterized by decompensation from an underlying chronic liver disease associated with organ failure that conveys high short-term mortality, with alcoholism and infection being the most frequent precipitating events. The pathophysiology involves inflammatory processes associated with a trigger factor in susceptible individuals (related to altered immunity in the cirrhotic population. This review addresses the different definitions developed by leading research groups, epidemiological and pathophysiological aspects, and the latest treatments for this entity.Keywords: acute-on-chronic liver failure, cirrhosis, organ failure, acute kidney injury, infection

  8. Consensus statement update on posttraumatic stress disorder from the international consensus group on depression and anxiety.

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    Ballenger, James C; Davidson, Jonathan R T; Lecrubier, Yves; Nutt, David J; Marshall, Randall D; Nemeroff, Charles B; Shalev, Arieh Y; Yehuda, Rachel

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    To provide an update to the "Consensus Statement on Posttraumatic Stress Disorder From the International Consensus Group on Depression and Anxiety" that was published in a supplement to The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry (2000) by presenting important developments in the field, the latest recommendations for patient care, and suggestions for future research. The 4 members of the International Consensus Group on Depression and Anxiety were James C. Ballenger (chair), Jonathan R. T. Davidson, Yves Lecrubier, and David J. Nutt. Other faculty who were invited by the chair were Randall D. Marshall, Charles B. Nemeroff, Arieh Y. Shalev, and Rachel Yehuda. The consensus statement is based on the 7 review articles in this supplement and the related scientific literature. Group meetings were held over a 2-day period. On day 1, the group discussed topics to be represented by the 7 review articles in this supplement, and the chair identified key issues for further debate. On day 2, the group discussed these issues to arrive at a consensus view. After the group meetings, the consensus statement was drafted by the chair and approved by all faculty. There have been advancements in the science and treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder. Attention to this disorder has increased with recent world events; however, continued efforts are needed to improve diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of posttraumatic stress disorder.

  9. Consensus statement on panic disorder from the International Consensus Group on Depression and Anxiety.

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    Ballenger, J C; Davidson, J R; Lecrubier, Y; Nutt, D J; Baldwin, D S; den Boer, J A; Kasper, S; Shear, M K

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    To provide primary care clinicians with a better understanding of management issues in panic disorder and guide clinical practice with recommendations for appropriate pharmacotherapy. The 4 members of the International Consensus Group on Depression and Anxiety were James C. Ballenger (chair), Jonathan R. T. Davidson, Yves Lecrubier, and David J. Nutt. Four faculty invited by the chairman also participated: David S. Baldwin, Johan A. den Boer, Siegfried Kasper, and M. Katherine Shear. The consensus statement is based on the 6 review papers that are published in this supplement and on the scientific literature relevant to these issues. There were group meetings held during a 2-day period. On day 1, the group discussed each review paper and the chairman and discussant (Dr. Kasper) identified key issues for further debate. On day 2, the group discussed these key issues to arrive at a consensus view. After the group meetings, the consensus statement was drafted by the chairman and approved by all attendees. The consensus statement provides standard definitions for response and remission and identifies appropriate strategy for the management of panic disorder in a primary care setting. Serotonin selective reuptake inhibitors are recommended as drugs of first choice with a treatment period of 12 to 24 months. Pharmacotherapy should be discontinued slowly over a period of 4 to 6 months.

  10. Consensus statement on social anxiety disorder from the International Consensus Group on Depression and Anxiety.

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    Ballenger, J C; Davidson, J R; Lecrubier, Y; Nutt, D J; Bobes, J; Beidel, D C; Ono, Y; Westenberg, H G

    1998-01-01

    The goal of this consensus statement is to provide primary care clinicians with a better understanding of management issues in social anxiety disorder (social phobia) and guide clinical practice with recommendations for appropriate pharmacotherapy. The 4 members of the International Consensus Group on Depression and Anxiety were James C. Ballenger (chair), Jonathan R. T. Davidson, Yves Lecrubier, and David J. Nutt. Other faculty invited by the chair were Julio Bobes, Deborah C. Beidel, Yukata Ono, and Herman G. M. Westenberg. The consensus statement is based on the 7 review papers published in this supplement and on the scientific literature relevant to the issues reviewed in these papers. The group met over a 2-day period. On day 1, the group discussed each review paper, and the chair identified key issues for further debate. On day 2, the group discussed these issues to arrive at a consensus view. After the group meetings, the consensus statement was drafted by the chair and approved by all attendees. The consensus statement underlines the importance of recognizing social anxiety disorder and provides recommendations on how it may be distinguished from other anxiety disorders. It proposes definitions for response and remission and considers appropriate management strategies. Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors are recommended as first-line therapy, and effective treatment should be continued for at least 12 months. Long-term treatment is indicated if symptoms are unresolved, the patient has a comorbid condition or a history of relapse, or there was an early onset of the disorder.

  11. Consensus statement on posttraumatic stress disorder from the International Consensus Group on Depression and Anxiety.

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    Ballenger, J C; Davidson, J R; Lecrubier, Y; Nutt, D J; Foa, E B; Kessler, R C; McFarlane, A C; Shalev, A Y

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    To provide primary care clinicians with a better understanding of management issues in posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and guide clinical practice with recommendations on the appropriate management strategy. The 4 members of the International Consensus Group on Depression and Anxiety were James C. Ballenger (chair), Jonathan R. T. Davidson, Yves Lecrubier, and David J. Nutt. Other faculty invited by the chair were Edna B. Foa, Ronald C. Kessler, Alexander C. McFarlane, and Arieh Y. Shalev. The consensus statement is based on the 6 review articles that are published in this supplement and the scientific literature relevant to the issues reviewed in these articles. Group meetings were held over a 2-day period. On day 1, the group discussed the review articles and the chair identified key issues for further debate. On day 2, the group discussed these issues to arrive at a consensus view. After the group meetings, the consensus statement was drafted by the chair and approved by all attendees. PTSD is often a chronic and recurring condition associated with an increased risk of developing secondary comorbid disorders, such as depression. Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors are generally the most appropriate choice of first-line medication for PTSD, and effective therapy should be continued for 12 months or longer. The most appropriate psychotherapy is exposure therapy, and it should be continued for 6 months, with follow-up therapy as needed.

  12. Shmuel Malkin (1934-2017) : Listening to photosynthesis and making music.

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    Herbert, Stephen K; Siderer, Yona; Govindjee

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    We present here the life and work of Shmuel Malkin (1934-2017), an accomplished scientist and a gifted musician who touched the lives of many around the world. His early scientific work addressed the dynamics of light harvesting and electron transport in photosynthesis. Later, he used photoacoustic and photothermal methodologies to explore all aspects of photosynthesis. As a musician, Shmuel played the piano often for family and friends but after his formal retirement, he produced a body of original musical compositions, many of which were performed publicly. Throughout his life, Shmuel was a caring and deeply thoughtful man, respected and loved by colleagues, family, and friends. This tribute presents a summary of Shmuel's work as well as remembrances written by his wife, Nava Malkin, their son, Eyal Malkinson, and many of his colleagues: Michael Havaux from France; Sandra and Marcel Jansen from Ireland; David Cahen, Marvin Edelmann, Joop and Onnie de Graaf, Jonathan Gressel, Uri Pick, Yona Siderer, and Elisha Tel-Or from Israel; Ulrich Schreiber from Germany; James Barber and Alison Telfer from the UK; Govindjee, Stephen Herbert and Thomas Sharkey from the USA. Minnie Ho and Iris Malkin of the USA wrote contributions about Shmuel's music.

  13. Optimism by a nose

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    1993-01-01

    '' Life Under a Cloud: American Anxiety About the Atom'' is a substantial evaluation of the nuclear age which gives proper recognition to citizen activism, and intertwines the actions of governments with efforts by the government to induce change. Three categories are outlined of influences that have shaped U.S. public opinion on nuclear weapons and nuclear power. The first category consists of government officials, both elected and appointed, who seek to carry out their policies with the consent of the populous. The second category is composed of scientists on both sides of the debate. The third category is defined as the cultural community, which includes writers who capture the public's imagination such as John Hersey and Jonathan Schell. Obstacles to citizen activists are identified. Many of the citizen organizations active on nuclear issues are described. The author's analysis is thoughtful, but he is not detached. In this book, he objectively examines the successes as well as the shortcomings of citizen action. He concludes by reflecting on the possibilities for change

  14. Report on the second international workshop on residential radon: Workshop proceedings

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    As a follow-on to the first International Workshop on Residential Radon Epidemiology held in Alexandria VA, on July 24-26, 1989, a Second Workshop was convened, in Alexandria, VA, July 22-23 1991, also under the auspices of the US Department of Energy and the Commission of European Communities. The Workshop, co-chaired by Jonathan Samet and Jan Stolwijk, was attended by 20 active participants from seven countries representing epidemiologic studies recently completed, currently in progress, or in the last stages of preparation. The studies reported on are being conducted in the United States, Canada, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Belgium, Germany and the Peoples' Republic of China. The invited presentations that initiated the Workshop focused on a number of methodological problems that have surfaced in the last few years. Among these were: (1) the difficulties in predicting indoor radon concentrations, based on geologic information, (discussed by Alan Tanner, formerly of the US Geologic Survey); (2) the relationships between indoor radon concentrations and building characteristics (discussed by Richard Sextro, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, USA); (3) the approaches to analysis of case-control studies in radon epidemiology (discussed by Sarah Darby, Imperial Cancer Research Fund, UK); (4) statistical approaches to error in measurements and missing data (discussed by Donna Spiegelman, Tufts University, USA); (5) preliminary results of a data pooling effort dealing with several different studies of residential radon epidemiology and the lessons to be drawn from this effort (discussed by Jay Lubin, US National Cancer Institute)

  15. Competition through regulation - efforts aimed at reform in the European and German gas industries: Appropriate, feasible and consistent with the economic facts?

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    Klaue, S.

    1994-01-01

    At the forefront of the ongoing debate in Europe on the political, economic and legal aspects of energy supplies are considerations for introducing a new regulatory framework, especially the general third-party access (TPA) regime for grid energies. Most advocates of such reform claim that it is needed for the sake of more competition in the energy sector. However, they do not set out from economic facts and seek a solution to the problems. Instead, the solution is laid down as the target, to which the economic facts are subordinated. Blind activism inspired by theoretical motives and without regard for the consequences must be avoided. Otherwise there is a danger of the new framework being unsuitable for really bringing about any movement, be it in the intended direction or towards the envisaged goal. The introduction of general TPA can only be successful if there are certain structures and market trends. Do such structures and market trends exist in the European and German gas industries? In answering this question, it is necessary to proceed from the economic conditions, on which both a general and an economical/legal assessment of reform efforts should actually be based. Reference is therefore made to Jonathan P. Stern, who gathered in facts and whose evaluations are taken into account here. (orig.)

  16. Framing Violence and Serial Murder in My Friend Dahmer and Green River Killer

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    Full Text Available The comics form has not remained untouched by true crime’s massive surge in status across popular culture, especially in America. Comics as a form is uniquely positioned to represent violent and graphic narratives in such a way as to maximise reader affect and create a chronicle of crime that is both entertaining and captivating, guiding and being guided by the reader. Two comics have received massive critical acclaim for their portrayals of ‘famous’ American serial killers: Jeffrey Dahmer in Derf’s 'My Friend Dahmer' (2012 and Arthur Shawcross in Jeff Jensen & Jonathan Case’s 'Green River Killer' (2011. This article considers the framing techniques deployed in both comics. I consider how these two comics, distinct in their artistic presentation and their focus, frame their respective subjects and represent the complexities of serial murder. To conclude, I perform a close analysis of one framing aspect of 'My Friend Dahmer' and expand on what the execution of this technique can tell us about comics as a true crime form.

  17. Transitioning Enhanced Land Surface Initialization and Model Verification Capabilities to the Kenya Meteorological Department (KMD)

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    Case, Jonathan L.; Mungai, John; Sakwa, Vincent; Zavodsky, Bradley T.; Srikishen, Jayanthi; Limaye, Ashutosh; Blankenship, Clay B.

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    into the KMD-WRF runs, using the product generated by NOAA/NESDIS. Model verification capabilities are also being transitioned to KMD using NCAR's Model *Corresponding author address: Jonathan Case, ENSCO, Inc., 320 Sparkman Dr., Room 3008, Huntsville, AL, 35805. Email: Jonathan.Case-1@nasa.gov Evaluation Tools (MET; Brown et al. 2009) software in conjunction with a SPoRT-developed scripting package, in order to quantify and compare errors in simulated temperature, moisture and precipitation in the experimental WRF model simulations. This extended abstract and accompanying presentation summarizes the efforts and training done to date to support this unique regional modeling initiative at KMD. To honor the memory of Dr. Peter J. Lamb and his extensive efforts in bolstering weather and climate science and capacity-building in Africa, we offer this contribution to the special Peter J. Lamb symposium. The remainder of this extended abstract is organized as follows. The collaborating international organizations involved in the project are presented in Section 2. Background information on the unique land surface input datasets is presented in Section 3. The hands-on training sessions from March 2014 and June 2015 are described in Section 4. Sample experimental WRF output and verification from the June 2015 training are given in Section 5. A summary is given in Section 6, followed by Acknowledgements and References.

  18.  “Spiders and Webs in American Literature”

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    Vincent Dussol

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    Full Text Available From Jonathan Edwards to Jorie Graham, spiders are strikingly present in American literature. The purpose of this article is first to show how that theme may have become something of a national tradition as very different writers, all of them careful observers of aranae, answered one another through the years. It is very likely that the attention paid to spiders by American authors was increased by those Native American myths in which spiders are a central figure. More than occasionally, on the female side of the American counter-culture, especially among its feminist and lesbian exponents, simple activists and creative writers have harnessed the symbolic power invested in the spider by Native Americans.There may be deeper reasons accounting for American authors’ fascination with spiders. The country’s phobia of disunion is one; a nation of settlers’ acute consciousness of the precariousness of its occupation of the territory is another. In demonstrating outstanding skills for adjustment to unknown places, spiders epitomize a form of identity permanence. The predominantly positive character of spider symbols in American literature will occasionally be inverted. Following the national logic of checks and balances, any web covering the whole of the United States will tend to come under suspicion.This study ends with an inventory of cultural productions linked with spiders and webs and whose Americanness is yet to be clearly determined.De Jonathan Edwards à Jorie Graham, l’araignée apparaît dans un nombre frappant de textes littéraires américains. On a d’abord voulu tenter de montrer comment a pu se construire cette tradition thématique et faire la preuve que différents écrivains, réunis par un souci de l’observation, se sont répondus à travers elle. L’attention prêtée à l’araignée s’est certainement trouvée renforcée par les récits mythologiques des peuples premiers américains qui font de l’araignée une

  19. JOGOS PAISAGÍSTICOS: MAPAS E ATLAS COMO CONCEITOS OPERATIVOS

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    Frederico Canuto

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    Full Text Available O presente artigo coloca em discussão a produção de paisagens como prática que pode envolver diferentes agentes e percepções, não sendo estreitamente vinculado a um único olhar dito objetivo. A partir de tal discussão, mapas e atlas, instrumentos cartográficos por demais usuais, são aqui transformados em conceitos para se pensar a paisagem e sua produção na contemporaneidade levando em conta diferentes recortes epistemológicos, pontos de vista, agentes e sujeitos. Usando o conceito de espasmos advindo da critica do filósofo francês Gilles Deleuze a respeito das pinturas Francis Bacon, tais operadores serão discutidos como espaços autônomos de produção de paisagens a despeito de qualquer imagem exterior existente a priori. Serão usadas duas obras que, por sua vez, apontarão para a definição destes mesmos operadores: o trabalho artístico participativo Alter Bahnhof Vídeo Walk dos artistas Janet Cardiff e George Miller apresentado na DOCUMENTA XIII de Kassel em 2012 e o site interativo We feel Fine. An Exploration of Human Emotion, in Six Movements feito pelos designers Jonathan Harris e Sep Kamvar. E na conclusão, pretende-se discutir o mapa e atlas não como instrumentos de leitura de um real, mas eles mesmos como um real narrativo.

  20. ISVEE 14 Yucatan 2015 14th Symposium of the International Society for Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics.

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    de Anda, Jorge Hernández

    2017-02-01

    The 14th Symposium of the International Society for Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics (ISVEE 14) was held in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico during 3-7 November. 2015. The purpose of ISVEE 14 Yucatan 2015 was to provide a global forum for graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, junior and senior investigators, as well as health policymakers to exchange information that can advance the fields of veterinary epidemiology and economics, and other disciplines in the health and social sciences. The main theme of ISVEE 14 was Planning Our Future. Human population growth is predicted to increase nearly 50% to 11 billion by 2050, and climate change and changing land use can have an impact on local and global food systems, interactions among humans, wildlife and domestic animals, as well as local, regional, and global public health alerts. How can we help our systems of education, research, and public policy adapt? Are new veterinary graduates and epidemiology practitioners prepared to become active protagonists in the solution of health issues that affect humans and animal populations in a changing environment? What innovative research is needed to understand and enhance the food systems of the future? What are the expected roles or contributions of veterinarians or epidemiology practitioners on future climate change, food systems, and health? Is our profession or discipline leading One Health initiatives? Are there current or new models that make national veterinary services more efficacious and efficient for disease control and eradication? To help us answer these questions, the organizing committee of ISVEE 14 invited five distinguished keynote speakers to share their vision and innovative ideas on education, technological developments, research, and public policy of our future with a concentration in the following five areas: (i) One Health (Jonna Mazet), (ii) climate change (Bernard Bett), (iii) animal health economics (Jonathan Rushton), (iv) national veterinary services

  1. Measuring health outcomes of a multidisciplinary care approach in individuals with chronic environmental conditions using an abbreviated symptoms questionnaire

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    2008-12-01

    Full Text Available Roy Fox1, Tara Sampalli1, Jonathan Fox11Nova Scotia Environmental Health Centre, Fall River, NS, CanadaAbstract: The Nova Scotia Environmental Health Centre is a treatment facility for individuals with chronic environmental conditions such as multiple chemical sensitivity, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, chronic respiratory conditions and in some cases chronic pain. The premise of care is to provide a patient-centred multidisciplinary care approach leading to self-management strategies. In order to measure the outcome of the treatment in these complex problems, with overlapping diagnoses, symptoms in many body systems and suspected environmental triggers, a detailed symptoms questionnaire was developed specifically for this patient population and validated. Results from a pilot study in which an abbreviated symptoms questionnaire based on the top reported symptoms captured in previous research was used to measure the efficacy of a multidisciplinary care approach in individuals with multiple chemical sensitivity are presented in this paper. The purpose of this study was to examine the extent, type and patterns of changes over time in the top reported symptoms with treatment measured using the abbreviated symptoms questionnaire. A total of 183 active and 109 discharged patients participated in the study where the health status was measured at different time periods of follow up since the commencement of treatment at the Centre. The findings from this study were successful in generating an initial picture of the nature and type of changes in these symptoms. For instance, symptoms such as difficulty concentrating, sinus conditions and tiredness showed early improvement, within the first 6 months of being in treatment, while others, such as fatigue, hoarseness or loss of voice, took longer while others showed inconsistent changes warranting further enquiry. A controlled longitudinal study is planned to confirm the findings of the pilot study

  2. Robbers and Incendiaries: Protectionism Organizes at the Harrisburg Convention of 1827

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    W. Kesler Jackson

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    Full Text Available Though lobbying for federal money may seem like business as usual today–with billions of dollars spent annually by companies, labor unions, and other organizations in an effort to win a piece of what has become an enormous federal pie–this was not always the case in the United States. An all-but-forgotten event, the Harrisburg Convention of 1827, may have been one of the key historical turning points in this regard, an opening of a floodgate that would transform the role of the U.S. federal government forever. It was in the modest Pennsylvania capital that a hundred of the North’s most influential manufacturers and public servants–backed by legislators like Henry Clay and Daniel Webster–assembled to draft a “memorial” to Congress, imploring that body to pass a protectionist bill to save their industries from what they viewed as eventual ruin. As Jonathan J. Pincus observed and Thornton and Ekelund echoed, “it is not small cohesive individual groups but larger diverse ones that are necessary in order to effectively lobby representatives and senators to obtain majority coalitions” in comprehensive legislation. The convention would bring together this “larger diverse” group—with just such a legislative goal. Meanwhile, mostly in the South, anti-protectionist opinion continued to surge. The Harrisburg Convention of 1827 would lead to the passage of that most hated piece of protectionist legislation—the “Tariff of Abominations” of 1828–and it would do so by framing the protectionist agenda into a nationalist “cause” borne of “patriotic duty.”

  3. Religion, Nationalism, and American Identity: Reflections on Mark Noll’s America’s God

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    Full Text Available Historian Mark Noll’s magisterial America’s God: From Jonathan Edwards to Abraham Lincoln was an immediate sensation when it appeared in 2002. Jon Butler, the Howard R. Lamar Professor of American Studies, History, and Religious Studies at Yale University, declared “America’s God delineates the Americanization of an Old World Protestantism with a breadth, learning, and sophistication unmatched by any other historian.” Noll describes this process of “Americanization” as consisting of a “shift away from European theological traditions, descended directly from the Protestant Reformation, toward a Protestant evangelical theology decisively shaped by its engagement with Revolutionary and post-Revolutionary America.” And Noll concludes that this American “Protestant evangelicalism differed from the religion of the Protestant Reformation as much as sixteenth-century Reformation Protestantism differed from the Roman Catholic theology from which it emerged.”This paper will argue that, notwithstanding Noll’s considerable achievement, his identification of an “American” synthesis minimizes (although it never denies the profound sectional variations of that synthesis. In doing so, Noll downplays the ways in which two competing social formations, grounded in fundamentally different systems of social relations, prevented the synthesis from fully uniting “Americans.” The different understandings of the synthesis, like the different understandings of its central texts – the Bible, the Declaration of Independence, and the Constitution – reflected the chasm that separated white Northerners and white Southerners and made both groups see themselves as the true defenders of “America’s God.” Noll’s work thus both enriches our understanding of the how most white Americans differed from their European contemporaries, and simultaneously demonstrates the fundamental divide within American national identity, a divide so

  4. Understanding medical symptoms: a conceptual review and analysis.

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    Malterud, Kirsti; Guassora, Ann Dorrit; Graungaard, Anette Hauskov; Reventlow, Susanne

    2015-12-01

    The aim of this article is to present a conceptual review and analysis of symptom understanding. Subjective bodily sensations occur abundantly in the normal population and dialogues about symptoms take place in a broad range of contexts, not only in the doctor's office. Our review of symptom understanding proceeds from an initial subliminal awareness by way of attribution of meaning and subsequent management, with and without professional involvement. We introduce theoretical perspectives from phenomenology, semiotics, social interactionism, and discourse analysis. Drew Leder's phenomenological perspectives deal with how symptom perception occurs when any kind of altered balance brings forward a bodily attention. Corporeality is brought to explicit awareness and perceived as sensations. Jesper Hoffmeyer's biosemiotic perspectives provide access to how signs are interpreted to attribute meaning to the bodily messages. Symptom management is then determined by the meaning of a symptom. Dorte E. Gannik's concept "situational disease" explains how situations can be reviewed not just in terms of their potential to produce signs or symptoms, but also in terms of their capacity to contain symptoms. Disease is a social and relational phenomenon of containment, and regulating the situation where the symptoms originate implies adjusting containment. Discourse analysis, as presented by Jonathan Potter and Margaret Wetherell, provides a tool to notice the subtle ways in which language orders perceptions and how language constructs social interaction. Symptoms are situated in culture and context, and trends in modern everyday life modify symptom understanding continuously. Our analysis suggests that a symptom can only be understood by attention to the social context in which the symptom emerges and the dialogue through which it is negotiated.

  5. Survivin-T34A: molecular mechanism and therapeutic potential

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    Jonathan R Aspe

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    Full Text Available Jonathan R Aspe, Nathan R WallCenter for Health Disparities Research and Molecular Medicine, Division of Biochemistry and Microbiology, Department of Basic Sciences, Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, CA, USAAbstract: The inhibitor of apoptosis protein survivin's threonine 34 to alanine (T34A mutation abolishes a phosphorylation site for p34(cdc2–cyclin B1, resulting in initiation of the mitochondrial apoptotic pathway in cancer cells; however, it has little known direct effects on normal cells. The possibility that targeting survivin in this way may provide a novel approach for selective cancer gene therapy has yet to be fully evaluated. Although a flurry of work was undertaken in the late 1990s and early 2000s, only minor advances on this mutant have recently taken place. We recently described that cells generated to express a stable form of the mutant protein released this survivin-T34A to the conditioned medium. When this conditioned medium was collected and deposited on naive tumor cells, conditioned medium T34A was as effective as some chemotherapeutics in the induction of tumor cell apoptosis, and when combined with other forms of genotoxic stressors potentiated their killing effects. We hope with this review to revitalize the T34A field, as there is still much that needs to be investigated. In addition to determining the therapeutic dose and the duration of drug therapy required at the disease site, a better understanding of other key factors is also important. These include knowledge of target cell populations, cell-surface receptors, changes that occur in the target tissue at the molecular and cellular level with progression of the disease, and the mechanism and site of therapeutic action.Keywords: survivin, T34A, apoptosis, proliferation, therapy

  6. Brownfield Action Online - An Interactive Undergraduate Science Course in Environmental Forensics

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    Liddicoat, Joseph; Bower, Peter

    2014-05-01

    Brownfield Action (BA) is a web-based, interactive, three dimensional digital space and learning simulation in which students form geotechnical consulting companies and work collectively to explore problems in environmental forensics. Created at Barnard College (BC) in conjunction with the Center for New Media Teaching and Learning at Columbia University, BA has a 12-year history at BC of use in one semester of a two-semester Introduction to Environmental Science course that is taken by more than 100 female undergraduate non-science majors to satisfy their science requirement. The pedagogical methods and design of the BA model are grounded in a substantial research literature focused on the design, use, and effectiveness of games and simulation in education. The successful use of the BA simulation at BC and 14 other institutions in the U.S. is described in Bower et al. (2011 and 2014). Soon to be taught online to non-traditional undergraduate students, BA has 15 modules that include a reconnaissance survey; scale; topographic, bedrock, and water table maps; oral and written reports from residents and the municipal government; porosity and permeability measurements of the regolith (sand) in the area of interest; hydrocarbon chemistry; direction and velocity of groundwater flow; and methods of geophysical exploration (soil gas, ground penetrating radar, magnetic metal detection, excavation, and drilling). Student performance is assessed by weekly exercises and a semester ending Environmental Site Assessment Phase I Report that summarizes the individual and collective discoveries about a contaminated subsurface plume that emanates from a leaking underground storage tank at a gasoline station upgrade from the water well that serves the surrounding community. Texts for the course are Jonathan Harr's A Civil Action and Rachel Carson's Silent Spring, which are accompanied by questions that direct the reading.

  7. Foot care education and self management behaviors in diverse veterans with diabetes

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    Jonathan M Olson

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available Jonathan M Olson1, Molly T Hogan2, Leonard M Pogach3, Mangala Rajan3, Gregory J Raugi4, Gayle E Reiber51University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, WA, USA; 2Department of Internal Medicine, University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, WA, USA; 3Department of Veterans Affairs, New Jersey Healthcare System, Center for Healthcare Knowledge Management, East Orange, NJ, USA; 4Division of Dermatology, VA Puget Sound Healthcare System, Department of Veterans Affairs, Seattle, WA, USA; 5Research and Development, VA Puget Sound Healthcare System, Department of Veterans Affairs, Seattle, WA, USAAbstract: The objective of this study was to examine differences in self-reported diabetes foot care education, self management behaviors, and barriers to good foot care among veterans with diabetes by race and ethnicity. Data was collected using the Veterans Health Administration Footcare Survey, a validated tool that assessed demographic, general health, diabetes and foot self-care information, barriers to foot self-care, receipt of professional foot care, and satisfaction with current care. We mailed surveys to a random sample of patients with diabetes from eight VA medical centers. Study participants were 81% White; 13% African American; 4% Asian, and 2% American Indian and Pacific Islanders. The majority of respondents felt that they did not know enough about foot self-care. There were large gaps between self-reported knowledge and actual foot care practices, even among those who reported “knowing enough” on a given topic. There were significant differences in self-reported foot care behaviors and education by race and ethnicity. These findings document the need for culturally-specific self-management education to address unique cultural preferences and barriers to care.Keywords: diabetes mellitus, diabetic foot, patient self-management, ethnic groups, education

  8. Redox Pioneer: Professor Stuart A. Lipton

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    Abstract Professor Stuart A. Lipton Stuart A. Lipton, M.D., Ph.D. is recognized here as a Redox Pioneer because of his publication of four articles that have been cited more than 1000 times, and 96 reports which have been cited more than 100 times. In the redox field, Dr. Lipton is best known for his work on the regulation by S-nitrosylation of the NMDA-subtype of neuronal glutamate receptor, which provided early evidence for in situ regulation of protein activity by S-nitrosylation and a prototypic model of allosteric control by this post-translational modification. Over the past several years, Lipton's group has pioneered the discovery of aberrant protein nitrosylation that may contribute to a number of neurodegenerative disorders, including Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, Huntington's disease, and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (Lou Gehrig's disease). In particular, the phenotypic effects of rare genetic mutations may be understood to be enhanced or mimicked by nitrosative (and oxidative) modifications of cysteines and thereby help explain common sporadic forms of disease. Thus, Lipton has contributed in a major way to the understanding that nitrosative stress may result from modifications of specific proteins and may operate in conjunction with genetic mutation to create disease phenotype. Lipton (collaborating with Jonathan S. Stamler) has also employed the concept of targeted S-nitrosylation to produce novel neuroprotective drugs that act at allosteric sites in the NMDA receptor. Lipton has won a number of awards, including the Ernst Jung Prize in Medicine, and is an elected fellow of the AAAS. Antioxid. Redox Signal. 19, 757–764. PMID:23815466

  9. Barcelona 2002: law, ethics, and human rights. Using the law to improve access to treatments.

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    Elliott, Richard; Parmar, Sharan; Divan, Vivek; Berger, Jonathan

    2002-12-01

    The XIII International AIDS Conference in Durban, South Africa in July 2000 focused worldwide attention on the problem of accessing treatments in developing countries. In the interim, thanks to the work of activists - from demonstrations to court cases, and from acts of public courage by people living with HIV/AIDS to ongoing lobbying of politicians and trade negotiators - some very significant developments have occurred. But the reality is that the vast majority of people living with HIV/AIDS still lack access to affordable, quality medicines. This article, a summary of a paper presented at "Putting Third First: Vaccines, Access to Treatments and the Law," a satellite meeting held at Barcelona on 5 July 2002 and organized by the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, the AIDS Law Project, South Africa, and the Lawyers Collective HIV/AIDS Unit, India, explores three approaches for improving access. In the first part, Richard Elliott provides an overview of the state of the right to health as embodied in international human rights law; comments on the experience to date in litigating claims to the right to health; and identifies potential strategies activists can adopt to advance recognition of the right to health. In the second part, Sharan Parmar and Vivek Divan describe price-control and drug-financing mechanisms used by industrialized countries to increase the affordability of medicines; and discuss how some of these mechanisms could be adapted for use in developing countries. Finally, Jonathan Berger describes the use of litigation in the courts by the Treatment Action Campaign in South Africa.

  10. Landscape in Cinema: Images to Think Time through Space

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    Filipa Rosário

    2017-01-01

    Full Text Available This text is an introduction to the special issue on ‘Landscape and Cinema’ published by Aniki. Portuguese Journal of the Moving Image. It is composed of a brief state of the art, which anchors this work within the bibliography on the subject, and a synthetic description of the discourses developed by the six papers included in the issue: the first one addresses the historical and aesthetic evolution of the background in the Russian and Soviet cinema of the first decades of the twentieth century; the second discusses the representation of the Portuguese landscape in Manuel Guimarães’ films; the third identifies a few cinematic techniques that work as conventions of psychological landscape film, such as juxtaposition and superimposition; the fourth interprets the meaning of Brazilian urban landscapes showed in the feature film A Vida Provisória (Maurício Gomes Leite, 1968; the fifth deals with the corporeal and conceptual relations between body, memory and landscape through a sensory reading of the films Ten Skies (James Benning, 2004 and Sin Peso (Cao Guimarães, 2007; and finally, the sixth undertakes a comparative analysis of three South American non-fiction works that show several waterscapes as places of memory: El botón de nácar (Patricio Guzmán, 2015, Los durmientes (Enrique Ramírez, 2015 and Las aguas del olvido (Jonathan Perel, 2013. The aim of this preliminary text is therefore to introduce the main contents of the issue and some of its conclusions. In this sense, it is necessary to emphasise the open and polysemic nature of landscape, which works, inside and outside cinema, as a palimpsest in which multiple meanings come together. For this reason, those films that depict, create and intervene in landscape allow to perceive, among other things, the overlapping of historical and subjective times that takes place in certain spaces.

  11. A Thermodynamic History of the Solar Constitution — II: The Theory of a Gaseous Sun and Jeans' Failed Liquid Alternative

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    Robitaille P.-M.

    2011-07-01

    Full Text Available In this work, the development of solar theory is followed from the concept that the Sun was an ethereal nuclear body with a partially condensed photosphere to the creation of a fully gaseous object. An overview will be presented of the liquid Sun. A powerful lineage has brought us the gaseous Sun and two of its main authors were the direct sci- entific descendants of Gustav Robert Kirchhoff: Franz Arthur Friedrich Schuster and Arthur Stanley Eddington. It will be discovered that the seminal ideas of Father Secchi and Herv ́ e Faye were not abandoned by astronomy until the beginning of 20th century. The central role of carbon in early solar physics will also be highlighted by revisit- ing George Johnstone Stoney. The evolution of the gaseous models will be outlined, along with the contributions of Johann Karl Friedrich Z ̈ ollner, James Clerk Maxwell, Jonathan Homer Lane, August Ritter, William Thomson, William Huggins, William Edward Wilson, George Francis FitzGerald, Jacob Robert Emden, Frank Washington Very, Karl Schwarzschild, and Edward Arthur Milne. Finally, with the aid of Edward Arthur Milne, the work of James Hopwood Jeans, the last modern advocate of a liquid Sun, will be rediscovered. Jeans was a staunch advocate of the condensed phase, but deprived of a proper building block, he would eventually abandon his non-gaseous stars. For his part, Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar would spend nine years of his life studying homogeneous liquid masses. These were precisely the kind of objects which Jeans had considered for his liquid stars.

  12. Wartime Women Rape: A Means of Moral Attack and Emasculation in Lynn Nottage’s Ruined

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    Elaff Ganim Salih

    2016-05-01

    Full Text Available Women rape at warfare was considered a consequence of war in the social, literary and political world for a long period of time. Some criminals of rape escaped justice and others were persecuted on the basis that they were involved in mass rape because it was a natural consequence of war. But, women are targeted with rape in time of war because they are the symbolic representation of a culture, ethnicity, and the unifying fabric of their people and nation. The objective of this paper is to show that war rape is not a result of war; instead it is a means of human destruction through moral attack and emasculation. It aims to show that women rape in warfare is neither a misogynist act nor a sexual violence but it is a pre-planned weapon used strategically and systematically to fulfill certain political and military agenda. The study focuses on the sexual abuse of women in the Democratic Republic of Congo in time of war in Lynn Nottage’s Pulitzer Prize play, Ruined (2007. The study applies Jonathan Gottschall’s Strategic Rape theory, which highlights war rape as a pre-planned military strategy. The enemy emasculates men and attacks them morally by raping their women. Consequently, men’s failure to protect their women causes them to give up resistance, leave their lands and families because of shame and humiliation. The study concludes that women rape in time of war is a tactic followed by conquerors intentionally to facilitate and guarantee the achievement of certain pre-planned goals as was the case of mass rape in the DRC.

  13. Competitive advantage on a warming planet.

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    Lash, Jonathan; Wellington, Fred

    2007-03-01

    Whether you're in a traditional smokestack industry or a "clean" business like investment banking, your company will increasingly feel the effects of climate change. Even people skeptical about global warming's dangers are recognizing that, simply because so many others are concerned, the phenomenon has wide-ranging implications. Investors already are discounting share prices of companies poorly positioned to compete in a warming world. Many businesses face higher raw material and energy costs as more and more governments enact policies placing a cost on emissions. Consumers are taking into account a company's environmental record when making purchasing decisions. There's also a burgeoning market in greenhouse gas emission allowances (the carbon market), with annual trading in these assets valued at tens of billions of dollars. Companies that manage and mitigate their exposure to the risks associated with climate change while seeking new opportunities for profit will generate a competitive advantage over rivals in a carbon-constrained future. This article offers a systematic approach to mapping and responding to climate change risks. According to Jonathan Lash and Fred Wellington of the World Resources Institute, an environmental think tank, the risks can be divided into six categories: regulatory (policies such as new emissions standards), products and technology (the development and marketing of climate-friendly products and services), litigation (lawsuits alleging environmental harm), reputational (how a company's environmental policies affect its brand), supply chain (potentially higher raw material and energy costs), and physical (such as an increase in the incidence of hurricanes). The authors propose a four-step process for responding to climate change risk: Quantify your company's carbon footprint; identify the risks and opportunities you face; adapt your business in response; and do it better than your competitors.

  14. Investigation of wild species potential to increase genetic diversity useful for apple breeding

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    Dan Catalina

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available The potential of testing new apple cultivars and the possibility to induce valuable traits is directly dependent on the availability of sufficient genetic diversity, while apple breeding has narrowed the genetic ground of commercial cultivars. Wild species were studied in regard to their influence upon progenies and their capacity to enlarge apple genetic diversity. The interspecific seedlings were framed in five biparental mating (paired crosses, in which Malus species were crossed with different cultivars, obtaining half-sib families. The number of F1 progenies per combination varied from 31 (Cluj 218/2 × M. floribunda up to 142 (Reinette Baumann × M. floribunda, with a total of 1650 hybrids F1. The influences upon vigour and juvenile period and possible correlation among fruit size and taste were analyzed. Juvenile period varied from 6.00 (M. zumi × Jonathan to 9.31 years (Cluj 218/2 × M. floribunda. Data based on correlation coefficient illustrated that the fructification year was not influenced by the vigour of trees. The highest value of correlation for fruit’s size and taste was obtained among M. coronaria hybrids. This result might suggest that once the fruit are larger, there is a high chance the taste is also more appreciative and fruit quality for mouth feels increase. Depending on the parental formula, additive effects may be inferior compared to genetic effects of dominance and epistasis. Although M. zumi and M. floribunda achieved the same genetic gain (0.31, M. zumi had a higher expected selection response for fruit size. The difficulty of obtaining seedlings with tasty and large fruit when wild Malus species are used as genitors is resulting from the values of expected selection response data, but in the same time results confirm that wild Malus species are suitable resources for genetic variability, both for dessert and ornamental apple cultivars.

  15. Patient satisfaction with pharmaceutical care delivery in community pharmacies

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    Kassam R

    2012-04-01

    Full Text Available Rosemin Kassam1, John B Collins2, Jonathan Berkowitz31School of Population and Public Health, Faculty of Medicine, 2Department of Educational Studies, Faculty of Education, 3Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, CanadaBackground: The purpose of this study was to validate previously published satisfaction scales in larger and more diversified patient populations; to expand the number of community pharmacies represented; to test the robustness of satisfaction measures across a broader demographic spectrum and a variety of health conditions; to confirm the three-factor scale structure; to test the relationships between satisfaction and consultation practices involving pharmacists and pharmacy students; and to examine service gaps and establish plausible norms.Methods: Patients completed a 15-question survey about their expectations regarding pharmaceutical care-related activities while shopping in any pharmacy and a parallel 15 questions about their experiences while shopping in this particular pharmacy. The survey also collected information regarding pharmaceutical care consultation received by the patients and brief demographic data.Results: A total of 628 patients from 55 pharmacies completed the survey. The pilot study’s three-factor satisfaction structure was confirmed. Overall, satisfaction measures did not differ by demographics or medical condition, but there were strong and significant store-to-store differences and consultation practice advantages when pharmacists or pharmacists-plus-students participated, but not for consultations with students alone.Conclusion: Patient satisfaction can be reliably measured by surveys structured around pharmaceutical care activities. The introduction of pharmaceutical care in pharmacies improves patient satisfaction. Service gap details indicated that pharmacy managers need to pay closer attention to various consultative activities involving patients

  16. Species and Scale Dependence of Bacterial Motion Dynamics

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    Sund, N. L.; Yang, X.; Parashar, R.; Plymale, A.; Hu, D.; Kelly, R.; Scheibe, T. D.

    2017-12-01

    Many metal reducing bacteria are motile with their motion characteristics described by run-and-tumble behavior exhibiting series of flights (jumps) and waiting (residence) time spanning a wide range of values. Accurate models of motility allow for improved design and evaluation of in-situ bioremediation in the subsurface. While many bioremediation models neglect the motion of the bacteria, others treat motility using an advection dispersion equation, which assumes that the motion of the bacteria is Brownian.The assumption of Brownian motion to describe motility has enormous implications on predictive capabilities of bioremediation models, yet experimental evidence of this assumption is mixed [1][2][3]. We hypothesize that this is due to the species and scale dependence of the motion dynamics. We test our hypothesis by analyzing videos of motile bacteria of five different species in open domains. Trajectories of individual cells ranging from several seconds to few minutes in duration are extracted in neutral conditions (in the absence of any chemical gradient). The density of the bacteria is kept low so that the interaction between the bacteria is minimal. Preliminary results show a transition from Fickian (Brownian) to non-Fickian behavior for one species of bacteria (Pelosinus) and persistent Fickian behavior of another species (Geobacter).Figure: Video frames of motile bacteria with the last 10 seconds of their trajectories drawn in red. (left) Pelosinus and (right) Geobacter.[1] Ariel, Gil, et al. "Swarming bacteria migrate by Lévy Walk." Nature Communications 6 (2015).[2] Saragosti, Jonathan, Pascal Silberzan, and Axel Buguin. "Modeling E. coli tumbles by rotational diffusion. Implications for chemotaxis." PloS one 7.4 (2012): e35412.[3] Wu, Mingming, et al. "Collective bacterial dynamics revealed using a three-dimensional population-scale defocused particle tracking technique." Applied and Environmental Microbiology 72.7 (2006): 4987-4994.

  17. Does the Internet promote the unregulated use of fecal microbiota transplantation: a potential public health issue?

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    Segal JP

    2018-05-01

    Full Text Available Jonathan Philip Segal,1 Faisal Abassi,2 Cynthia Kanagasundaram,3 Ailsa Hart1 1Department of Gastroenterology, St Mark’s Hospital, Harrow, UK, 2Lister Hospital, Stevenage, UK, 3Department of Gastroenterology, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge, UK Introduction: The Internet has become an increasingly popular resource for medical information. Fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT has changed the treatment of Clostridium difficile with cure rates of 81% following one infusion of FMT, further studies have since validated these findings. The Medicines and Health care Products Regulatory Agency has classified FMT as a medicine and hence should be only utilized in strict clinical settings.Methods: We searched Facebook, Twitter, Google, and YouTube using the words “Faecal Microbiota Transplantation” and “FMT”. We utilized the first 50 hits on each site. We analyzed the percentage of articles that fell outside regulated medical practice. We searched how many clinics in the UK advertised practice that falls outside suggested guidelines.Results: Google, YouTube, and Facebook had a variety of information regarding FMT available. Nine out of 50 (18% of the top 50 google searches can be considered articles that fall outside regulated practice. YouTube highlighted four videos describing how to self-administer FMT, one of these was for ulcerative colitis. Fourteen percent of the top 50 YouTube videos fall outside regulated practice and 8% of the top 50 Facebook searches fall outside regulated clinical practice. There were two clinics in the UK advertising FMT for uses that fall outside regulated practice.Conclusion: Clinicians and patients need to be aware of the resources available through social media and the Internet. It should be appreciated that some websites fall outside regulated clinical practice. Private clinics offering FMT need to ensure that they are offering FMT within a regulated framework. Keywords: fecal microbiota transplantation

  18. Lo Score: un algoritmo per investigare la Body Knowledge

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    Letizia Gioa Monda

    2015-03-01

    Full Text Available Both inside and outside theatre, body work is the first and principle aspect of work on the ‘self’. It is the first inescapable step in the path toward the aware action which in theatre is the “action in perception”, i.e. thinking-in-movement. This aware thought involves the whole background of the person. It is an action that arises only when the person is present and at the same time dynamically involved entirely in the environment: it is the perceptual consciousness that integrates the planning of the action with the execution of the same action. “Thinking-in-movement” is a dynamic process that is not possible to be codified: it is a language that asks to be experienced in order to be able to be understood and learned. Therefore, what is the Score? Is it a concept, a method of movement, or a digital tool? Perhaps it is each one of these things. The Score is an indispensable algorithm to read the dance that the human writes in order to obtain information, transfer them and so continue in the evolution of the body knowledge. The Score is the medium in which the human being structured tensions are shaped: i.e., an alternative site to understand the potential instigation of the human body and the organization of his residual actions. In this article I will read the score like a crystal: metaphor of the shaped dynamism innate in the expressive movement. I will explain how this crystal is the necessary channel to make sure the choreographic counterpoint can show up during the live performance. I will explore what this means for the choreographers involved in Motion Bank - William Forsythe, Deborah Hay, Jonathan Burrows and Matteo Fargion - analyzing the somatic connections between their dance-making and the score-creation.

  19. Targeted treatments for cervical cancer: a review

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    Peralta-Zaragoza O

    2012-11-01

    Full Text Available Oscar Peralta-Zaragoza,1 Víctor Hugo Bermúdez-Morales,1 Carlos Pérez-Plasencia,2,3 Jonathan Salazar-León,1 Claudia Gómez-Cerón,1 Vicente Madrid-Marina11Direction of Chronic Infections and Cancer, Research Center in Infection Diseases, National Institute of Public Health, Cuernavaca, Morelos, México; 2Oncogenomics Laboratory, National Cancer Institute of Mexico, Tlalpan, México; 3Biomedicine Unit, FES-Iztacala UNAM, México City, MéxicoAbstract: Cervical cancer is the second most common cause of cancer death in women worldwide and the development of new diagnosis, prognostic, and treatment strategies merits special attention. Although surgery and chemoradiotherapy can cure 80%–95% of women with early stage cancer, the recurrent and metastatic disease remains a major cause of cancer death. Many efforts have been made to design new drugs and develop gene therapies to treat cervical cancer. In recent decades, research on treatment strategies has proposed several options, including the role of HPV E6 and E7 oncogenes, which are retained and expressed in most cervical cancers and whose respective oncoproteins are critical to the induction and maintenance of the malignant phenotype. Other efforts have been focused on antitumor immunotherapy strategies. It is known that during the development of cervical cancer, a cascade of abnormal events is induced, including disruption of cellular cycle control, perturbation of antitumor immune response, alteration of gene expression, and deregulation of microRNA expression. Thus, in this review article we discuss potential targets for the treatment of cervical cancer associated with HPV infection, with special attention to immunotherapy approaches, clinical trials, siRNA molecules, and their implications as gene therapy strategies against cervical cancer development.Keywords: Cervical cancer, clinical trials, gene therapy, HPV E6 and E7 oncogenes, siRNAs

  20. Effects of a 6-month exercise program pilot study on walking economy, peak physiological characteristics, and walking performance in patients with peripheral arterial disease

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    Crowther RG

    2012-04-01

    Full Text Available Robert G Crowther1, Anthony S Leicht1, Warwick L Spinks1, Kunwarjit Sangla2, Frank Quigley2, Jonathan Golledge2,31Institute of Sport and Exercise Science, James Cook University, Townsville, Queensland, Australia; 2Townsville Hospital, Townsville, Queensland, Australia; 3The Vascular Biology Unit, James Cook University, Townsville, Queensland, AustraliaAbstract : The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of a 6-month exercise program on submaximal walking economy in individuals with peripheral arterial disease and intermittent claudication (PAD-IC. Participants (n = 16 were randomly allocated to either a control PAD-IC group (CPAD-IC, n = 6 which received standard medical therapy, or a treatment PAD-IC group (TPAD-IC; n = 10 which took part in a supervised exercise program. During a graded treadmill test, physiological responses, including oxygen consumption, were assessed to calculate walking economy during submaximal and maximal walking performance. Differences between groups at baseline and post-intervention were analyzed via Kruskal–Wallis tests. At baseline, CPAD-IC and TPAD-IC groups demonstrated similar walking performance and physiological responses. Postintervention, TPAD-IC patients demonstrated significantly lower oxygen consumption during the graded exercise test, and greater maximal walking performance compared to CPAD-IC. These preliminary results indicate that 6 months of regular exercise improves both submaximal walking economy and maximal walking performance, without significant changes in maximal walking economy. Enhanced walking economy may contribute to physiological efficiency, which in turn may improve walking performance as demonstrated by PAD-IC patients following regular exercise programs.Keywords: vascular disease, peripheral vascular disease, walking economy