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  1. Judy, una instalación de Tony Oursier

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    Mercedes Gallego Sánchez


    Full Text Available La instalación de Judy la presentó Tony Oursier en 1994 en el Kunstverein en Saizburgo. Se basa en los desórdenes de personalidad múltiple y sobre la influencia que los medios de comunicación de masas ejercen en nuestra sociedad. Busca la empatia entre el espectador, la obra y el mismo artista. Concibe al espectador como un personaje, adentrándose en la intimidad de Judy. La instalación muestra la fragmentación de una sola personalidad, representadas gracias a la instalación de cámaras de vídeo y monitores que por un instante «dan vida». Las figuras/objetos se encuentran entre suciedad y trozos de muebles, creando ambientes distintos. Son figuras de trapo con cabezas gordas como consecuencia de un trauma. Sus caras aparecen proyectadas sobre las telas. Utiliza un lenguaje injurioso y contradictorio. Las pistas sonoras se encuentran superpuestas, se mezclan formando una red acústica y continua. Las cuatro personalidades de Judy son: Horrerotic Dolí, The Boss, Fuck You, Fetal Figure. Judy está en contradicción, el ser una víctima sumisa que grita y se rebela. Están presentes dos actitudes: la que es y la que quiere ser.Judy's installation was presented by Tony Oursier in 1994 at the Kunstverein in Saizburg. It is based on the dissociative identity disorder and on the influence that the mass-media has on our society. He searches for empathy between the spectator, the work and the artist. He imagines the spectator as a character who enters Judy's prívate Ufe. The installation shown the división ofa unique personality, represented using video cameras and monitors that 'give Ufe' for an instant. The figures/objects are to be found among dirt and pieces of furniture, creating different settings. They are figures made from rags, with huge heads as a consequence of some childhood trauma. The faces are projected onto cloths. Oursier uses offensive and contradictor/ language. The sound tracks are superimposed, blending together to form

  2. Judy Collins shares a laugh with First Lady Hillary Clinton (United States)


    Singer Judy Collins (left) shares a laugh with First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton in the Apollo/Saturn V Facility. Both women are at KSC to view the launch of Space Shuttle mission STS-93 scheduled for 12:36 a.m. EDT July 20. Much attention has been generated over the launch due to Commander Eileen M. Collins, the first woman to serve as commander of a Shuttle mission. Judy Collins has honored the commander with a song, 'Beyond the Sky,' which was commissioned by NASA through the NASA Art Program.

  3. Judy Creek and beyond

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    Kerr, S.A.


    The story of the Pengrowth Energy Trust, a company created in 1988 to provide investors with an opportunity to participate in the oil and gas industry without the higher investment risk associated with exploratory drilling is the vehicle used to provide an overview of the development of the Judy Creek oil field, an historical sketch of Imperial Oil Limited, and of the development of the community of Swan Hills shed, a town carved out of muskeg by early pioneers in 1957-1958. The book is replete with anecdotes and photographs, depicting the indomitable spirit of the people whose determination and faith made the development of the oil industry in Alberta possible

  4. Judy Collins and First Lady Hillary Clinton await the launch of STS-93 (United States)


    Singer Judy Collins (left) and First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton await the launch of Space Shuttle mission STS-93 in the Apollo/Saturn V Facility. Liftoff is scheduled for 12:36 a.m. EDT July 20. Much attention has been generated over the launch due to Commander Eileen M. Collins, the first woman to serve as commander of a Shuttle mission. Judy Collins has honored the commander with a song, 'Beyond the Sky,' which was commissioned by NASA through the NASA Art Program.

  5. Searching for Judy: How small mysteries affect narrative processes and memory (United States)

    Love, Jessica; McKoon, Gail; Gerrig, Richard J.


    Current theories of text processing say little about how author’s narrative choices, including the introduction of small mysteries, can affect readers’ narrative experiences. Gerrig, Love, and McKoon (2009) provided evidence that one type of small mystery—a character introduced without information linking him or her to the story—affects readers’ moment-by-moment processing. For that project, participants read stories that introduced characters by proper name alone (e.g., Judy) or with information connecting the character to the rest of the story (e.g., our principal Judy). In an on-line recognition probe task, responses to the character’s name three lines after his or her introduction were faster when the character had not been introduced with connecting information, suggesting that the character remained accessible awaiting resolution. In the four experiments in this paper, we extended our theoretical analysis of small mysteries. In Experiments 1 and 2, we found evidence that trait information (e.g., daredevil Judy) is not sufficient to connect a character to a text. In Experiments 3 and 4, we provide evidence that the moment-by-moment processing effects of such small mysteries also affect readers’ memory for the stories. We interpret the results in terms of Kintsch’s Construction-Integration model (1988) of discourse processing. PMID:20438273

  6. Judy Estes Hall (1940-2015). (United States)

    Sammons, Morgan T; Boucher, Andrew


    Presents an obituary for Judy Estes Hall, who passed away on November 24, 2015. Hall served as the Executive Officer of the National Register of Health Service Psychologists until her retirement in 2013. She is a recognized expert in the development of education and training standards for the profession of psychology, she also made significant contributions in the field of international psychology, where she was a renowned expert in cross-national credentialing and an advocate for commonality in licensing standards. She was the coauthor of one edited volume and author of more than 60 journal articles, book chapters, and professional publications. A passionate advocate for the advancement of women in psychology, a devoted mother and grandmother, a connoisseur of wine and international traveler extraordinaire, she touched the personal and professional lives of many. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2016 APA, all rights reserved).

  7. Voicing Gay Women's Liberation: Judy Grahn and the Shaping of Lesbian Feminism. (United States)

    Rio, Chelsea Del


    A closer look at the rich world of California feminisms demonstrates how Judy Grahn served as a central figure in bay area feminism, working to establish and support lesbian activist organizations, feminist publications, women's cultural events, and more. Two of Grahn's early political writings consider how lesbians sat at the nexus of homophobia and sexism. These writings demonstrate the formative role played by San Francisco lesbians in reframing ideas about "women-loving women" and the intersections of gender and sexuality in creating the oppressions faced by all women.

  8. Literacy, the American Revolution, and "The Three R's of Our Fight for Freedom": An Interview with Judy McAllister and Erica Lussos. (United States)

    Dalton, Bridget, Ed.; Strangman, Nicole, Ed.


    Provides an interview with fourth grade teachers Judy McAllister and Erica Lussos. Discusses the teachers' thoughts on literacy and technology. Explores their ideas on integrating technology in the classroom in innovative ways that motivate and challenge young learners. (PM)

  9. Teamwork: The methodology for successfully drilling the Judy/Joanne development

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    Kelly, J.H.


    A non-integrated approach was used to manage development drilling of the Judy/Joanne field. Phillips Petroleum Company United Kingdom Limited (the Operator) elected to retain the role of project and operations coordinator. Others have felt it necessary to integrate the provision of drilling services to achieve operational effectiveness. The Operator approached the management of the operation on a more traditional tack but with the same goal. The management emphasis was on team building and ensuring each party's contribution was optimized. The non-integrated approach to service provision enabled the Operator to maximize the value of in-house experience, to select the preferred suppliers based on safety and operational performance, and to maintain the leading role required of the lease holder. An incentive contract with the drilling contractor rewarded and penalized performance. It provided a win/win arrangement. Contracts with the third party companies were awarded on the basis of best for purpose. The non-integrated approach has proven cost effective and an operational success

  10. Judi Dench's age-inappropriateness and the role of M: challenging normative temporality. (United States)

    Krainitzki, Eva


    This article approaches Judi Dench's role as M in the long-running James Bond series from a gender and ageing studies' perspective and explores this character's subversion of normative concepts of gender and temporality. Based on the assumption that cultural narratives shape our understanding of ageing, it examines how M disrupts prescribed age- and gender roles, presenting an alternative within films which otherwise perpetuate normative notions of a sexualised, youthful femininity. It focusses on Dench's return as M in Casino Royale (2006), as an instance of anachronism (Russo, 1999), subverting viewers' expectation of linear timelines and examines M's challenge of normative age-appropriateness in Skyfall (2012). Despite M's portrayal as a more vulnerable female character in the latter, this article presents her character as an alternative to traditional portrayals of older women on screen. Copyright © 2014 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

  11. Marriage and Sexuality in Pearl Abraham’s The Romance Reader and Hush by Judy Brown

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    Eva van Loenen


    Full Text Available This article examines two authors’ perspectives on marriage and sexuality in Hasidic Judaism through the leading female characters in their semi-autobiographical novels: 'The Romance Reader' by Pearl Abraham and 'Hush' by Judy Brown. Each novel features an adolescent woman on her path to marriage and their experience of matrimony and sexuality within their respective Hasidic communities. The aim of the article is to analyse and compare their views in order to gain a better understanding of the female experience of sexuality and marriage within contemporary Hasidic Judaism. Furthermore, this article discusses the treatment of sexual abuse within a particular Hasidic group. It employs a methodology of close reading combined with a discussion of Talmudic, theological, sociological and ethnographic commentaries on the subject.

  12. Eesti esines Hollywoodis edukalt / Helju Keskpalu

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    Keskpalu, Helju


    Eesti koolitüdrukute Beatrice Nebisi ja Laima Ghaltagtšani edukast esinemisest USAs Los Angelese eeslinnas Hollywoodis üheteistkümnendat aastat korraldatud ülemaailmsete etenduskunstide esivõistlustel "World-Stars"

  13. Advent Euroopa viienda õiega

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    Esimesel advendil Tallinnas toimunud Taivo Pilleri jõuludemonstratsioonil osalesid edukalt ka kaks Ida-Viru lilleseadjat: Karin Lainjärv ja Marietta Rossmann; paremateks tunnistati Irmen Laving, Saale Halla, Heidi Haggi

  14. DVD-plaatide hind langeb / Ivar Sild

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    Sild, Ivar


    DVD (Digital Versatile Disk = digitaalne mitmekülgne plaat) kui ka juba Eestis videolindiga edukalt konkureeriv audiovisuaalse info kandja. Ivar Vendelin firmast V&K Holding loodab jõuda DVDga massidesse

  15. "Metsluiged" re-edited / S. T.

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    S. T.


    Helle Karise 1987.a. Hans Christian Anderseni muinasjutu järgi valminud lastefilm "Metsluiged" linastus edukalt Taanis 16. NatFilmi festivalil Anderseni juubeliprogrammis ning ringleb nüüd rahvusvahelistel festivalidel

  16. 800 ettevõtlusõpilast ootab rahvusvaheline eksam / Elbe Metsatalu ; kommenteerinud Marge Käis, Maris Lutsar

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    Metsatalu, Elbe


    Õpilasfirmades ettevõtlusteadmisi ja -kogemusi omandavad õpilased saavad sooritada rahvusvahelise ettevõtluseksami. Edukalt läbinuile väljastab Junior Achievement Europe rahvusvahelise ettevõtlusteadmiste tunnistuse - Entrepreneurial Skill Pass’i

  17. No lõpuks ometi! / Dea Oidekivi

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    Oidekivi, Dea


    Üleriigilisest koolinoorte vokaalansamblite konkursist, kus esinesid edukalt ansamblid Kuressaare Gümnaasiumist, Saaremaa Ühisgümnaasiumist ning Orissaare Gümnaasiumist. Grand prix võitis Kuressaare Gümnaasiumi huvikooli Inspira meesansambel Jepps

  18. Kunstikriitik Ants Juske sai doktoriks / Neeme Korv

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    Korv, Neeme, 1974-


    Tartu Kõrgema Kunstikooli rektor Ants Juske kaitses 7. veebruaril Tallinnas Kunstiakadeemias edukalt doktoriväitekirja, juhendajaks oli professor Boris Bernštein ning oponeerisid doktor Altti Kuusamo Soomest ja professor Peeter Tulviste

  19. Pihlaka 15 magusat aastat / Urmas Vaino

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    Vaino, Urmas, 1974-


    Rakvere kondiitritööstuse AS-i Pihlaka juht Arvo Saul ettevõtte arengust ja tegevusest 15 tegevusaasta jooksul. Diagramm: Tordimeister jätkab edukalt. Vt. samas: Mustikarull, Gurmee ja Paradiisi tort kohvikust

  20. Riia-Malmö-Amsterdam-Tallinn / Marge Liiske

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    Liiske, Marge


    Dokumentaalfilmide projektiturud. Eesti Acuba Filmi projekt "Buss" (produtsent Arko Okk, režissöör Laila Pakalnina) osales edukalt Malmös. Riias toimus 7. dokfilmifoorum "Baltic Sea and South East Europe"

  1. Nord Stream tuleb Venemaa gaasihiiule raskel ajal / Jaanus Piirsalu ; kommenteerinud Mihhail Kortšemkin

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    Piirsalu, Jaanus, 1973-


    Gazpromi tähtsus "energeetikarelvana" on hakanud kahanema - Euroopas on gaasi tarbimine vähenenud, mitmed gaasitootjad pakuvad Euroopale Vene gaasiga hinna poolest edukalt konkureerivat vedelgaasi, USA-s toodetakse üha enam kildagaasi

  2. Ladina-Ameerika Juudas jääb edasi Colombia riigipeaks / Allan Espenberg

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    Espenberg, Allan


    Colombias valiti presidendiks tagasi Alvaro Uribe, kes on edukalt võidelnud nii tavakuritegevuse kui ka uimastikaubanduse vastu, samuti on tal olnud edu vasakpoolsete partisanirühmituste tegevuse likvideerimisel või kontrollimisel. Lisa: Konservatiivide masendav üleolek

  3. Rahvusvaheline koostöö robotiehitamise tudengiprojektides / Raivo Sell

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    Sell, Raivo, 1975-


    Artikkel annab ülevaate robotiehitamise koostööprojektist Rootsi Kuningliku Tehnikaülikooliga, mida on edukalt praktiseeritud alates 2002. aastast. Kajastatud on projekti eripärad ja tulemused ning kokkuvõte tudengite arvamustest mehhatroonikaprojekti kohta

  4. JAFF jätkub Sõpruses kahe erikavaga

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    Kolmas Jaapani animafilmifestival (JAFF) jätkub edukalt Tallinna kinos Sõprus ja algas eile ka Tartus Athena keskuses. Tallinnas stardivad animasüžeede järgi valminud mängufilmide programm ning animaklassika. Filmidest nendes programmides

  5. Milline on teie rahapõletamise tempo? / Aavo Kokk

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    Kokk, Aavo, 1964-


    Kaupade hinnad langevad Internetis hoopis vähem, kui need muidu oleksid langenud, sest hindu võrdlevad peale ostjate ka müüjad, ning edukalt müüb see firma, kes suudab mingil viisil teistest erineda

  6. Ärituus päikeserannikult / Paavo Kangur

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    Kangur, Paavo, 1966-


    Hispaanias resideeruv suurärimees Margus Reinsalu ajab edukalt kinnisvaraäri Marokos ja Brasiilias. Hiljuti tellis ärimees endale ligi viis miljonit krooni maksva eksklusiivse sportmaasturi Hollandi firmalt Spyker Car. Lisa: Spyker D8; Äri Brasiilias

  7. Leedu ettevõtteid ahvatleb Eesti turg / Gerli Ramler, Marika Roomere

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    Ramler, Gerli


    Mitmed Leedu ettevõtted on juba edukalt Eesti turule sisenenud ning oodata on uusi tegijaid. Leedu pitsarestoranide keti Cili ja Double Coffee Estonia plaanidest. Vt. samas: Toiduliidu juhataja Sirje Potisepp. Turg on avatud kõigile; Intervjuu Raimondas Useckasega

  8. Открой свое окно в Европу / Ольга Соловьева, Оливер Контрам

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    Соловьева, Ольга


    Rahvusvahelise õpilasvahetuse organisatsioon YFU Eesti MTÜ tähistab oma viieteistkümnendat tegutsemisaastat. Organisatsioon on edukalt vahendanud 15-18 aastasi gümnaasiuminoori vahetusõpilasteks Euroopasse, Aasiasse, Aafrikasse, Okeaaniasse, Ameerikasse, räägib tegevdirektor Oliver Kontram

  9. Reklaami turunduslike aspektide evolutsioon / Jaanika Allikmaa, Rene Arvola

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    Allikmaa, Jaanika


    Kasut. kirj. lk. 19-20. - Kokkuvõte ingl. k. lk. 20. Selleks, et tänapäeval edukalt reklaami teha, tuleb keskenduda reklaami atraktiivsuse asemel selle sobivusele turundaja, brändi, tarbija ja turu eripäraga. Tabelid

  10. Mars revideerib Euroopa tootmist / Krister Paris

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    Paris, Krister, 1977-


    Šokolaaditoodete valmistaja Mars kavatseb oma tootmise Euroopas üle vaadata, et tõsta tootlikkust ja suurendada läbimüüki ning analüüsida töö efektiivsust. Lisa: Eestis läheb Marsil edukalt

  11. Tahaks eestlaseks saada / Erika Klaats

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    Klaats, Erika, 1954-


    Vt. ka Molodjozh Estonii : Subbota Sep/2 lk. 10. Venelased panevad lapse eesti kooli, kuid ei arvesta sellega, et võõras keeles õppides ei pruugi laps koolis edukalt edasi jõuda. Lisa: Eesti koolid, kus saab õppida vene keeles

  12. Uus juht, uus olukord, uued nõuded

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    Nõuandeid juhiks edutatule, kuidas rolli, alluvate ning ülesannete delegeerimisega edukalt toime tulla. Nõuanded pärinevad Loren B. Belkeri raamatust "Noorele juhile" ning ajakirja Harvard Management Update 2004. aasta juulikuu numbris avaldatud artiklist "Are YOU delegating so it sticks?"

  13. Veneetsias lööb laineid kuuba kirjaniku eluloofilm / Andres Laasik

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    Laasik, Andres, 1960-2016


    57. Veneetsia filmifestivalil tõusis üheks favoriidiks Julian Schnabeli mängufilm "Enne õhtu saabumist" ("Before Night Falls") : Ameerika Ühendriigid 2000. Riho Undi nukufilmi "Samueli Internet" näidati edukalt ühes alaprogrammis, mis läheb edasi Milanosse ja Rooma

  14. Riik tasub uute kodanike eesti keele õpingute eest / Aleksei Günter

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    Günter, Aleksei, 1979-


    Et 2005. aasta novembris lõpeb kuus aastat kestnud EL-i keeleõppe toetuse projekt Interest, hakkab riik ise uuest aastast hüvitama eesti keele õppekulusid mittekodanikele, kes on edukalt sooritanud kodakondsuse saamiseks vajalikud eksamid. Lisa: Keeleõppe toetuse projekt Interest

  15. Oma ala meistriks saab igaüks isemoodi / Anna-Liisa Mets

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    Mets, Anna-Liisa


    Selgusid kutsemeistrivõistluse "Noor meister 2014" parimad. Edukalt esinenud õppurid meisterkondiiter Helen Laht, ehituspuussepp Mirko Pruus, logistik Karl-Erik Maripuu, keskkonnatehnika lukksepp Robert Born, elektrik Tiit Talts ja müürsepp Sander Hindrikus räägivad oma ametiõpingutest ja tulevikuplaanidest

  16. Lootustandvate suhete arenemine Ukraina ja Euroopa Liidu vahel / Javier Solana

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    Solana, Javier


    Edukalt lõppenud valimised näitasid, et Euroopa Liidul ja Ukrainal on ühtsed väärtushinnangud ning mõlemal poolel on võimalus näidata üles tahet konstruktiivseks koostööks ühiste eesmärkide saavutamisel

  17. Kuldne Salto: Ralf Lõoke, Maarja Kask ja Karli Luik / Ralf Lõoke, Maarja Kask, Karli Luik ; intervjueerinud Tanel Veenre

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    Lõoke, Ralf, 1978-


    Arhitektuurivõistlustel edukalt esinenud büroo Salto arhitektid buumiajast, kui tööd oli meeletult palju, tööde skaalast, reisimisest, oma tööst ja meeskonnatööst, konkurssidel osalemisest, projektist "Gaasitoru", Tallinnast, unistuste kodust. Konkursivõite 2004-2009

  18. Hispaanias auhinnati Eesti jalatsikunstnikke / Tiiu Laks

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    Laks, Tiiu, 1984-


    Eesti Kunstiakadeemia nahakunsti magistrandid Maris Pill ja Karen Milistver esinesid edukalt võistlusel "Lapiz de Oro 2006". Maris Pill võitis jalatsiprototüüpide kategoorias tööga "Two Faces" Kuldpliiatsi ja Karen Milistver tööga "Showy shoes" teise auhinna

  19. Taas tublisid Melbourne´i noori : Kylie Mikkor / Sirje Jõgi

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    Jõgi, Sirje


    fotol Melbourne´i Eesti Maja esimehe Arnold ja Asta Mikkori poja Kuno tütar Kylie Mikkor, kes lõpetas edukalt ülikooli ja sai Bachelor of Engineering (Aerospace Engineering) with honours 1st class ja Bachelor of Business (Business Administration) with distinction

  20. Väljavaade 2009. aastaks / George Soros ; tõlkinud Janek Salme

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    Soros, George, 1930-


    Hea rahvusvahelise koostöö korral võib maailmamajandus hakata sügavast august välja ronima 2010. aasta lõpus, maailmamajanduse tulevik sõltub suuresti sellest, kas USA president Barack Obama algatab ulatusliku abinõude paketi ning kui edukalt see ellu viiakse

  1. Shattered Lives / Bob Fisher

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    Fisher, Bob


    Eesti rahvusest USA ja Kanada filmioperaator Alar Kivilo töötab edukalt Hollywoodis. USA esinduslik filmiajakiri käsitleb põhjalikult tema tööd uue mängufilmiga "The Glass House", mille režissööriks on Daniel Sackheim

  2. In the Classroom. (United States)

    French, Michael P.; Danielson, Kathy Everts


    Presents six reading and writing activities: "Details, Details, Details" (Rona F. Flippo and Judy Anderson Smith); "Reading and Writing Informational Texts" (Joyce Joranko); "The Teacher Writes: Before and for Children" (Ann Horn); "A School Newspaper: The Crown Press" (Judy Kissell); "Short Snappers…

  3. Ajakirjanikust ärimees / Ralf-Martin Soe

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    Soe, Ralf-Martin


    Ärimees Hans H. Luik siirdus meediaärisse 1980. aastate lõpus ja on sinna edukalt jäänud. Vt. samas: CV; Ootamatu käik: Ekspressi tagasiost; Eesti mõjuvõimsam sõnamees. Kommenteerivad: Selle Luik, Rein Sikk, Hando Sinisalu ja Tarmu Tammerk

  4. TK-Team AS on üllatavalt edukas firma ja töökale töötajale hea tööandja / Raivo Feldmann

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    Feldmann, Raivo


    TK Team AS on Taulukeskus TK-Team AB kontserni ettevõte, kümne tegevusaasta jooksul on ta läbi teinud märkimisväärse arengu, mis võimaldab firmal edukalt konkureerida ka maailma tahvliturul. Tegevjuht Ants Reinumägi tutvustab ettevõtet

  5. Berlinale poolel teel / Lauri Kärk

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    Kärk, Lauri, 1954-


    Berliini 52. filmifestivali käigust. Täna on festivali "Panorama Special" kavas Peeter Simmi "Head käed", mida publikule juba päris edukalt paar korda näidatud. Eesti filmid on esil ka festivali suurel filmiturul. Konkursi filmidest lähemalt prantslase F. Ozoni "8 naist" ("8 femmes")

  6. Leibkonna haridus ja hõiveseisund = Education level and labour status of a household / Mari Kreitzberg

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    Kreitzberg, Mari


    Leibkonna haridustase iseloomustab selle üldist valmisolekut nüüdisaegses maailmas elu ja tööga edukalt hakkama saada. Haridustasemete liigitus. Eesti jätkuvalt kiire majanduskasv, mis avaldus tööturu 2005. aasta üldistes näitajates, avaldas positiivset mõju ka leibkondade hõiveseisundile. Diagrammid

  7. Õppetunnid Põhjamaadest / Jeffrey D. Sachs

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    Sachs, Jeffrey D.


    Columbia ülikooli professori sõnul on Põhjamaad edukalt kombineerinud sotsiaalset heaolu kõrge sissetuleku, tugeva majanduskasvu ja makromajandusliku stabiilsusega. Põhjamaade kogemus kummutab USA konservatiivide väited, et suur avalik sektori kätkeb endas ebatõhususe, juhtimisvigade ja korruptsiooni ohtu ning et kõrged maksud pärsivad majandust

  8. Börsiindeks Talse kerkis eelmisel aastal 57,1%

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    Tallinna börsi indeks Talse tõusis 2004. aastaga 448,82 punktini, börsiettevõtete turuväärtus kasvas 4,59 mld euroni, edukalt käivitus Tallinnas, Riias ja Helsingis kasutusele võetud kauplemissüsteem SAXESS, kasvas piiriüleste väärtpaberitehingute hulk

  9. Onkoloogiakirurg kahel heal toolil / Kadi Heinsalu

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    Heinsalu, Kadi, 1966-


    Tartu Ülikooli Kliinikumi onkokirurgi Ragnar Heido firma Chirurgicus on aastaid edukalt osalenud kliinikumi ravimihangetel. R. Heido põhjustest, miks tema firmal on kliinikumis summaarselt rohkem hankevõite. Vt. samas: Chirurgicus alustas mõisahaigla ideega. Intervjuu Tartu Ülikooli Kliinikumi juhatuse liikme Mart Einastoga. Kommenteerivad Andres Soosaar ja Tarmu Tammerk

  10. 20 võtit ettevõtte konkurentsivõime tõstmiseks / Kadri Kristjuhan

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    Kristjuhan, Kadri


    Deloitte & Touche Eesti AS-i vanemkonsultant tutvustab 20 võtme teooriat. See peaks aitama Eesti tööstusel tulla edukalt välja olukorrast, kus kapitali napib ja tööjõud aina kallineb. Joonis: 20 võtme mudel. Vt. samas: Eesmärk on kaasata kõik töötajad

  11. Ajalehtede suurepärane reklaamiaasta / Toomas Leito

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    Leito, Toomas, 1946-


    Autor analüüsib 2003. aastat ajalehtede reklaamiturul ning nimetab reklaamimüügi kasvu põhjuseid. Tabelid: Ajalehtede reklaamikäibe TOP 15; Ajalehtede reklaamikäibe kasv. Vt. samas: SL Õhtulehe reklaamikäive suureneb 5%; Eesti Päevalehele algas aasta edukalt; Postimehe käive kasvas 10%; Äripäeval aegade parim aasta

  12. Rõivatööstuse TOP 50 aastal 2005

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae


    Vt. samas artiklid: Meelis Virkebau. Rõiva- ja tekstiilitööstuses puuduvad lihtsad lahendused; Euratex: traditsioonilise tööstuse maht üha väheneb; Ketlin Priilinn. Rõivatootja ja Baltika teeb tõhusaid edusamme ka jaekaupmehena; SG Balticum panustab vabadust hindavatele klientidele; Lenne paigutas maailma aktsiaturgudel edukalt raha. Tabel: Rõivatööstuse ettevõtete üld- ja finantsandmed

  13. Patrick Blanc'i rippuvad aiad / Urmas Grišakov

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    Grišakov, Urmas, 1942-2013


    Prantsuse botaaniku ja aiakujundaja Patrick Blanc'i taeva poole kõrguvad rohelised seinad võimaldavad tänapäeval imetleda inimese loovuse ja teadmiste koostöös sündinut. Kujundaja on oma töödega tõestanud, et taimed võivad edukalt kasvada ka vertikaalselt üksteise kohal. Patrick Blanc'i kodulehekülg:

  14. Research@ARL: Autonomous Systems. Volume 2, Issue 2 (United States)


    communication delays (latency) limit operational tempo . More limiting, tele-operation requires at least one dedicated pair of eyes and hands. In...fabrication process (see schematic in Fig. 3) for PiezoMEMS devices at ARL uses the following process flow with minor variations (i.e., release...57 [12] 3229–38 (2009). 47M. Glickman, P. Tseng, P. Harison, J. Niblock, T. Goldberg , I. B. Judy, and J. W. Judy, “High Performance Lateral Actuating

  15. Microsoft suudab edukalt hiigeltrahve edasi lükata / Kaivo Kopli

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    Kopli, Kaivo


    Euroopa Komisjoni poolt Microsoftile määratud karistusest ja selle jõustumise edasilükkamisest, USA kohtu otsusest monopolivastases protsessis, mis soosib Microsofti. Microsofti taktikast lahendada vaidlusi kohtuväliselt, käimasolevatest kohtuprotsessidest

  16. Sõbrad - kõmuliselt edukad ja edukalt kõmulised / Elo Mõttus

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    Mõttus, Elo


    Ameerika Ühendriikide edukast komöödiasarjast "Sõbrad" ("Friends") ja selle peategelaste kehastajatest (Matthew Perry, Jennifer Aniston, David Schwimmer,Courtney Cox). Ka : Teleleht nr. 18, lk. 42

  17. Valitsuse stabiilsus Eestis : soovunelm või tegelikkus? / Olaf Dahlmann

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    Dahlmann, Olaf


    Autor leiab, et hoolimata sagedastest valitsuste vahetumistest, pingetest sisepoliitikas ja rahva üha süvenevast poliitilisest apaatsusest, on Eesti suutnud edukalt läbi viia poliitilisi reforme. Üldine konsensus põhilistes küsimustes on peamiste poliitiliste eesmärkide ja reformipoliitika püsivuse alus, seega ka ka valitsuse stabiilsuse alus. Tabel: Eesti valitsused alates 1992. aastast. Joonis: Valitsuse stabiilsust mõjutavad tegurid

  18. Event planning the ultimate guide to successful meetings, corporate events, fundraising galas, conferences, conventions, incentives and other special events

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    Allen, Judy


    This bestselling all–in–one guide to the event planning business is back and better than ever, fully updated and revised to reflect the very latest trends and best practices in the industry. This handy, comprehensive guide includes forms, checklists, and tips for managing events, as well as examples and case studies of both successful and unsuccessful events. Judy Allen (Toronto, ON, Canada) is founder and President of Judy Allen Productions, a full–service event planning production company.

  19. Advocacy meets the scientific method. (United States)

    Bradford, J; Hilber, J A


    ABSTRACT Dr. Judith Bradford is a social science researcher who has been a key figure in the evolution of lesbian health research. With Caitlin Ryan, Judy was instrumental in creating the National Lesbian Health Care Survey (NLHCS) in the mid-1980s. After assuming the Directorship of the Survey and Evaluation Research Lab (SERL) at the Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU), she became involved in the recent Institute of Medicine (IOM) Committee process, which resulted in increased attention to lesbian health at the national level. The IOM Committee recommendations have been instrumental in lobbying efforts by Judy and others for inclusion of LBGT issues in Healthy People 2010, the United States Public Health Service blueprint used by PHS agencies nationwide. Judy's current activities include helping to develop the Lesbian Health Research Institute and serving as the part-time Director of Lesbian Health Research at Fenway Community Health in Boston.

  20. Arhitektuuriuudised / Karen Jagodin

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    Jagodin, Karen, 1982-


    Radikaalne kortermaja Itaalias Bolzanos, kus terrassid ja korteri vahelduvad fassaadil ja lähevad sujuvalt üksteiseks üle. Pouya Khazaeli Parsa projekteeritud villa Teherani lähedal, mis valminud Le Corbusier' loomingu eeskujul. Bitumi ja Pekka Manneri ülimoodne avalik tualett Suomenlinnas. Wolfgang Feyferliki ja Susi Fritzeri projekteeritud eramu, mis sobitub edukalt tammede vahele. Mätaskatusega pargipaviljon Lääne-Holsteinis. Šveitsi Alpidesse projekteeritud elamiskompleks, kus leitud vanaeuroopalik tasakaal vana ja uue vahel

  1. Uudised : Baltimaade suurim, XII "Jazzkaar". VII rahvusvaheline koorifestival. Leipzigis improviseeriti edukalt

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    23.-29. apr. toimuvast festivalist "Jazzkaar 2001". VII rahvusvahelisest koorifestivalist "Tallinn "2001". 6. ja 7. apr. Leipzigis toimunud V rahvusvahelisest improvisatsioonikonkursist, kus osalesid ka eesti interpreedid

  2. Suurnimed jäid müümata / Maria-Kristiina Soomre

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    Soomre, Maria-Kristiina, 1978-


    9. mai Christie' oksjonist, müümata jäänud Picasso, Degas', Cezanne'i tööd. 8. mai Sotheby oksjonist, kus edukalt müüdi töid S. J. Seegeri kogust, 3,85 miljoni dollari eest M. Beckmanni "Perseuse viimane katsumus". Sotheby kaasaegse kunsti oksjonil New Yorgis müüdi 5,6 miljoni dollari eest J. Koonsi skulptuur M. Jacksonist. Müümata jäid A. Warholi "Viis supipurki", A. Calderi 3 skulptuuri

  3. Vello Vinn : Eripära eesti graafikas = A curiosity in Estonian graphic art / Jüri Hain

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Hain, Jüri, 1941-


    Klaasikunsti õppinud Vello Vinn kerkis 1970-ndatel aastatel esile oma oforditehnikas peenekoeliste tööde erilisusega, luues kummastavaid kooslusi, kus eri valdkondadest pärit komponendid olid aheldatud ootamatustesse seostesse. Tol ajal kuulus ta vaieldamatult eesti graafikakunsti tippu, olles fantaasiaküllane visionäär, kelle teostes ilmnes selge sotsiaalkriitiline mõõde. Rahvusvaheliselt on tuntuks saanud ka oma eksliibriste ja raamatuillustratsioonidega, viljelnud ka kollaaži. 1990-ndaist aktiivne sürrealistliku rühmituse "Para '89" liige, osaledes edukalt mitmetel välisnäitustel

  4. Exploring the entanglement of personal epistemologies and emotions in students' thinking (United States)

    Gupta, Ayush; Elby, Andrew; Danielak, Brian A.


    Evidence from psychology, cognitive science, and neuroscience suggests that cognition and emotions are coupled. Education researchers have also documented correlations between emotions (such as joy, anxiety, fear, curiosity, boredom) and academic performance. Nonetheless, most research on students' reasoning and conceptual change within the learning sciences and physics and science education research has not attended to the role of learners' emotions in describing or modeling the fine timescale dynamics of their conceptual reasoning. The few studies that integrate emotions into models of learners' cognition have mostly done so at a coarse grain size. In this study, toward the long-term goal of incorporating emotions into models of in-the-moment cognitive dynamics, we present a case study of Judy, an undergraduate electrical engineering and physics major. We show that shifts in the intensity of a fine-grained aspect of Judy's emotions, her annoyance at conceptual homework problems, co-occur with shifts in her epistemological stance toward differentiating knowledge about and the practical utility of real circuits and idealized circuit models. We then argue for the plausibility of a cognitive model in which Judy's emotions and epistemological stances mutually affect each other. We end with discussions on how models of learners' cognition that incorporate their emotions are generative for instructional purposes and research on learning.

  5. 76 FR 40677 - Farm Service Agency (United States)


    ... following methods: Mail: Judy Fry, Agricultural Marketing Specialist, Commodity Operations Division, Farm..., large print, audiotape, etc.) should contact USDA's TARGET Center at (202) 720-2600 (voice and TDD...

  6. 77 FR 43604 - National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID); Notice of Workshop (United States)


    ... nuclear (CBRN) agents. With the convergence of scientific progress in medical countermeasures (MCMs... special accommodations due to a disability, please contact Dr. Judy Hewitt (see FOR FURTHER INFORMATION...

  7. 78 FR 58458 - Drawbridge Operation Regulations; Quogue Canal, Southampton, NY (United States)


    ... INFORMATION CONTACT: If you have questions on this rule, call or email Ms. Judy Leung-Yee, Project Officer, First Coast Guard District, telephone (212) 668-7165, email [email protected] . If you have...

  8. 77 FR 6012 - Drawbridge Operation Regulations; Hutchinson River (Eastchester Creek), Bronx, NY (United States)


    ... INFORMATION CONTACT: If you have questions on this rule, call or email Ms. Judy Leung-Yee, Project Officer, First Coast Guard District, [email protected] , or telephone (212) 668-7165. If you have...

  9. E3 Success Story -Reducing Rework With the Lean and Green Advantage: Metal Finishing Technologies, Inc (United States)

    Green Suppliers Network representatives Judy Wlodarczyk and Bill Caplan, of CONNSTEP, Inc., trained the MFT review team, and together they completed current and future state value stream maps for the zinc plating line.

  10. 76 FR 35978 - Drawbridge Operation Regulations; Long Island, New York Inland Waterway From East Rockaway Inlet... (United States)


    ... INFORMATION CONTACT: If you have questions on this rule, call or e-mail Mr. Judy Leung-Yee, Project Officer, First Coast Guard District, [email protected] , or telephone (212) 668-7165. If you have...

  11. 77 FR 46286 - Drawbridge Operation Regulations; Mystic River, Mystic, CT (United States)


    ... INFORMATION CONTACT: If you have questions on this rule, call or email Ms. Judy K. Leung-Yee, Project Officer, First Coast Guard District, telephone (212) 668-7165, [email protected] . If you have questions...

  12. Feeding Your Baby in the NICU (United States)

    ... at a healthy weight and avoiding alcohol and street drugs . Featured articles March of Dimes Premature Birth ... and Teresa Pitman (Prima Communications, 2000). The Womanly Art of Breastfeeding , by Gwen Gotsch and Judy Torgas ( ...

  13. Suve suurim lustipidu / Laurence Lumiere

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Lumiere, Laurence


    ABBA muusikale loodud muusikafilm "Mamma Mia!" : lavastaja Phyllida Lloyd : produtsent Judy Craymer : naispeaosas Meryl Streep : Suurbritannia - Ameerika Ühendriigid 2008. Filmi saamisloost. Lisatud nimekirjad "Maailma paremad muusikalid" ja "10 edukamat muusikali Põhja-Ameerika kinodes"

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

    Directory of Open Access Journals (Sweden)

    Judy Chicago


    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.

  15. 76 FR 44091 - Veterans' Rural Health Advisory Committee; Notice of Meeting (United States)


    ... Rural Health, 1722 I Street, NW., Washington, DC. The toll- free number for the meeting is 1-800-767... contact Judy Bowie, Designated Federal Officer, at or (202) 461-7100. Dated...

  16. NIH Research Leads to Cervical Cancer Vaccine (United States)

    ... Issues Sexually Transmitted Diseases NIH Research Leads to Cervical Cancer Vaccine Past Issues / Fall 2008 Table of Contents ... in women, the cause of the majority of cervical cancers. Photo courtesy of Judy Folkenberg, NLM Writer By ...

  17. Kahe kuninganna duell / Timo Diener

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Diener, Timo


    Mängufilm "Ühe skandaali märkmed" ("Notes on a Scandal") : stsenarist Zoe Helleri romaani järgi Patrick Marber : režissöör Richard Eyre : peaosades Judi Dench, Cate Blanchett : Suurbritannia 2006

  18. "Ühe skandaali märkmed" : kui kiindumusest tõuseb tüli / Andris Feldmanis

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Feldmanis, Andris, 1982-


    Mängufilm "Ühe skandaali märkmed" ("Notes on a Scandal") : stsenarist Zoe Helleri romaani järgi Patrick Marber : režissöör Richard Eyre : peaosades Judi Dench, Cate Blanchett : Suurbritannia 2006

  19. Ecological Effects of Channelization on a Tropical Marine Ecosystem

    African Journals Online (AJOL)


    important factor limiting usable fish habitat in such systems (Judy et al., 1984; Sheridan et al., 2002). ... affects fish nutrition and reproduction is critical, because the primary effects of ..... To measure the environmental effect of the sedimentation.

  20. 77 FR 3327 - Veterans' Rural Health Advisory Committee; Notice of Meeting (United States)


    ..., 1722 I Street NW., Washington, DC. The toll-free number for the meeting is 1 (800) 767-1750, and the... information should contact Judy Bowie, Designated Federal Officer, at or (202) 461...

  1. Madalmaade nukunäitlejate paremik hiilgas Tallinn Treffil / Tiiu Laks

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Laks, Tiiu, 1984-


    5.-8. juunini 2010 toimuvast rahvusvahelisest festivalist Tallinn Treff. Hollandi trupi DudaPaiva lavastusest "Needus". Nukunäitleja Neville Tranteri (Austraalia-Holland) lavastusest "Punch ja Judy Afganistanis". Stef Vettersi (Belgia) etendusest "Tema kõrgeausus Ottfriedi tundmatu maailm"

  2. Genetics Home Reference: trisomy 13 (United States)

    ... 15;93(6):801-3. Citation on PubMed Hall HE, Chan ER, Collins A, Judis L, Shirley S, ... CRISPR-Cas9? What is direct-to-consumer genetic testing? What is precision medicine? What is newborn screening? ...

  3. So You Want Your Child To Learn French! Second Revised Edition. (United States)

    Fleming, Berkeley, Ed.; Whitla, Margaret, Ed.

    This collection of essays on early French second language instruction includes: "Why Bilingualism?" (Steven MacKinnon); "French Second-Language Programs: Alternative Approaches" (Henry P. Edwards); "Core French: A Brighter Future" (Janet Poyen, Judy Gibson); "The Parents' Role" (Deborah Whale); "Franco…

  4. Indigenous edible plants as sources of nutrients and health benefitting components (nutraceuticals)

    CSIR Research Space (South Africa)

    Dlamini, N


    Full Text Available Africa, not only to address health problems and malnutrition, but also to create employment through establishment of industries © CSIR 2010 Slide 21 The Team at CSIR Tshidi Moroka Nomusa Dlamini Gerda Botha Judy Reddy Lauraine Mlotshwa Middah...

  5. Keeping Seniors Safe (A Cup of Health with CDC)

    Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Podcasts

    Falls are the leading cause of injuries among older adults in the U.S. and can result in reduced mobility and loss of independence. In this podcast, Dr. Judy Stevens discusses ways to prevent fall-related injuries among older adults.

  6. Resistance and alternatives to a corporate-centric view of society

    NARCIS (Netherlands)

    Dentoni, D.


    The Community Section reflects on how CSPs can empower marginalised stakeholders, paying particular attention to the roles of different actors in and around partnerships. Two interviews with a South African business leader (Judi Sandrock) and a leading business academic (Bobby Banerjee) highlight

  7. 76 FR 39108 - HIT Policy Committee's Workgroup Meetings; Notice of Meetings (United States)


    ...: Meaningful Use, Privacy & Security Tiger Team, Quality Measures, Governance, Adoption/Certification, and... with the Federal Health IT Strategic Plan and that includes recommendations on the areas in which... revised schedules as it becomes available. Contact Person: Judy Sparrow, Office of the National...

  8. Biggert named chairman of energy subcommittee

    CERN Multimedia


    U.S. Representative Judy Biggert has been named Chairman of the Energy Subcommittee of the House Science Committee, a key panel with jurisdiction over the federal government's civilian energy and science research activities, including the work done at Argonne and Fermilab (1 page).

  9. STS-41 crew is briefed on camera equipment during training session at JSC (United States)


    STS-41 crewmembers are briefed on camera equipment during training session at JSC. Trainer Judy M. Alexander explains the use 16mm motion picture equipment to (left to right) Pilot Robert D. Cabana, Mission Specialist (MS) Bruce E. Melnick, and MS Thomas D. Akers.

  10. Fundamental Investigations into the Infrared Properties of Carbon Nanotubes (United States)


    Vallejo , Rongtao Lu, Judy Wu. Development of Textured Magnesium Oxide Templates on Amorphous Polymer SurfacesUsing Ion-Beam-Assisted Deposition, Applied...Applied Physics Letters 99, 023111 (2011) 18. A. Elliot, Vallejo , R.T. Lu, and J.Z. Wu, “Development of Textured Magnesium Oxides Templates on


    Detection of K-ras and p53 Mutations in Sputum Samples of Lung Cancer Patients Using Laser Capture Microdissection Microscope and Mutation AnalysisPhouthone Keohavong a,*, Wei-Min Gao a, Kui-Cheng Zheng a, Hussam Mady b, Qing Lan c, Mona Melhem b, and Judy Mumford d.<...

  12. The impact of television commercials on food preferences of preschoolers (United States)

    The objective is to determine if fruit and vegetable (FV) commercials have an impact on preschool children's preferences for specific FV. A year of extensive formative assessment was conducted to develop two 30-second commercials; Judy Fruity promoted apples and bananas and Reggie Veggie promoted br...

  13. Üle 21 aasta eraettevõtluses vastu pidanud / Väinu Rozental

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Rozental, Väinu, 1957-


    Üle 21 aasta tagasi registreeritud teenindus-tootmiskooperatiividest, mis toimivad edukalt tänaseni. Vt. samas: Audio-Video firma väntab edasi; Giga omanik ja eestööline Tiit Veeber: mul ei ole kuskil mujal olla kui kraavis - see on mu elu; Helko asutaja tegutseb endiselt helide ja võimendamise maailmas; Ilves-Extra orienteerub rõivaste tootmise ja müügi maailmas hästi. Lisad: OÜ Audio-Video; AS Giga; FIE Mart Jallai Helko Helivõimendustehnika; AS Ilves-Extra. Küsimusele, mis on aidanud vastu pidada ja mis saab edasi, vastavad OÜ Audio-Video ainuomanik Jaan Kalmus, ASi Giga omanik Tiit Veeber, OÜ Helimees omanik Mart Jallai ning ASi Ilves-Extra põhiomanik Arvo Kivikas

  14. Research

    African Journals Online (AJOL)



    Jun 19, 2012 ... Access to health care: the role of a community based health insurance in Kenya. Judy Wanja ... insurance mechanisms, such as Community Based Health Insurance (CBHI), as a way to improve financial protection, mobilize revenues, and improve the ... premiums are deposited in a separate bank account.

  15. 77 FR 40266 - Drawbridge Operation Regulations; Pequonnock River, Bridgeport, CT, Maintenance (United States)


    ... p.m., Monday through Friday, except Federal holidays. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: If you have questions on this rule, call or email Ms. Judy Leung-Yee, Project Officer, First Coast Guard District, telephone (212) 668-7165, email [email protected] . If you have questions on viewing the docket...

  16. RESEARCH Improving access and quality of care in a TB control ...

    African Journals Online (AJOL)

    or treatment. Improving access and quality of care in a. TB control programme. Vera Scott, Virginia Azevedo, Judy Caldwell. Objectives. To use a quality improvement approach to improve access to and quality of tuberculosis (TB) diagnosis and care in. Cape Town. Methods. Five HIV/AIDS/sexually transmitted infections/TB.

  17. Teening chick lit?


    Whelehan, Imelda, 1960-


    online article - free to access This essay concerns itself with two examples of contemporary teen romance and examines the similarities with adult chick lit. These texts are compared with Judy Blume's classic 'Forever' written in 1975 to emphasis continuities between contemporary teen fiction and its more overty feminist forebears

  18. Voyage on the SS "School Library Leadership": Collaboration in Teaching and Learning at the University of Vermont (United States)

    Kaplan, Judith L.; Ballard, Susan D.


    This article describes the SS "School Library Leadership" maiden voyage, which departed from the University of Vermont (UVM) during the 2010 fall semester. Twelve intrepid sailors followed their sense of adventure into uncharted waters with cocaptains Judy Kaplan and Susan Ballard in an online collaboration that provided a powerful…

  19. From the Field: Speech Therapy Outcome Measures--Interview with Dr. Pam Enderby (United States)

    Montgomery, Judy K.


    This article is an interview with Dr. Pam Enderby--a speech language therapist and professor at the Institute of General Practice and Primary Care at the University of Sheffield, Community Sciences Centre, Northern General Hospital, in the United Kingdom--conducted by Judy Montgomery, Editor in Chief, of "Communication Disorders…

  20. Effects of the Veteran’s Readjustment Program in Recruiting Black Females at the US Army Missile Command. (United States)


    House, 1972. !.." 18. Carden, M. L. The New Feminist Movement. New York: Russell Sae Foundations, 1974. .% .6 19. Sions, Judy. "The Black Woman’s...with real and terrible consequences. The second is the inadequacy of the prevailing cultural wisdom, models of human nature, and modes of therapy to

  1. Effects of the Veteran’s Readjustment Program in Recruiting Black Females at the U.S. Army Missile Command Thru FY 84. (United States)


    The New Feminist Movement. New York: Russell Sage Foundations, 1974. 18 19. Simmons, Judy."The Black Woman’s Burden." Black Enterprise, Vol 10, October...of therapy to explain moral pain or provide ways of dealing with it. As time passes more and more stories concerning atrocities and slaughter are heard

  2. The Flipped Classroom in World History (United States)

    Gaughan, Judy E.


    The flipped Classroom is one in which lectures are presented as homework outside of class in online videos so that class time is reserved for engaging directly with the materials. This technique offers more personalized guidance and interaction with students, instead of lecturing. In this article, Judy Gaughan details her journey through choosing…

  3. Executive Express. (United States)

    Marlowe, John; Glave, Judie


    John Marlowe, currently working with the Binational Fulbright Commission in Egypt, highlights the lessons about education that he has learned in Cairo. Closer to home, Judie Glave describes how love and discipline are the hallmarks of the Children's Storefront School in Harlem, New York. Its pupils come from homes scarred by drugs and violence.…

  4. Keeping Seniors Safe (A Cup of Health with CDC)

    Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Podcasts


    Falls are the leading cause of injuries among older adults in the U.S. and can result in reduced mobility and loss of independence. In this podcast, Dr. Judy Stevens discusses ways to prevent fall-related injuries among older adults.  Created: 9/19/2013 by MMWR.   Date Released: 9/19/2013.

  5. Building a Culinary Arts Academy (United States)

    Brown, Robert L.


    When Judy Karen Brown (the 2004 Alabama Family and Consumer Sciences Teacher of the Year) arrived at Bob Jones High School (BJHS) in Madison, Alabama, in the summer of 1999, she immediately identified a need to build both student and community interests in family and consumer sciences (FACS). She noticed the student and faculty interest in the…

  6. Places I Never Meant To Be: A Personal View. (United States)

    Blume, Judy


    One of the most banned writers in America, Judy Blume, describes experiences--from her childhood and her adult life as a writer--with banned books and censorship. Includes an interview on her view of the state of intellectual freedom and an American Library Association brochure (number 2 in a series, 12 pages) on intellectual freedom. (AEF)

  7. From GUIDON to NEOMYCIN and HERACLES in Twenty Short Lessons. (United States)


    Buxton Towers University of Leyden AFOSR Baltimore, MD 21204 Education Research Center Boilling AFB Boerhaavelaan 2 Washington, DC 20332 Dr. Davida...Charney 2334 EN Leyden Department of Psychology The NETHERLANDS Defense Technical Carnegie-Mellon University Information Center Schenley Park LT Judy...Wetenschappen Dr. Kathleen McKeown Community College of Rijksuniversiteit Groningen Columbia UniversityAllegheny County Oude Boteringestraat 23

  8. Birth to Six: A Foundation for All That Comes Later (United States)

    Orion, Judith


    Judi Orion, a Montessori expert on the birth-to-six plane of development, delivers a no-nonsense call to arms about the vital importance of the right beginning to set the stage for all that follows. Although we often hear and read about the period from birth to two-and-a-half years, Orion communicates the urgency of responding to the developmental…

  9. Práticas restaurativas: alternativa à gestão de conflitos escolares

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    Ana Paula Araújo


    Full Text Available A obra Disciplina Restaurativa para Escolas de Judy H. Mullet e Lorraine S. Amstutz  trata das contribuições que a implementação de práticas restaurativas podem trazer na gestão de conflitos, na promoção de uma cultura de paz e na prevenção da violência na Escola.

  10. Learning to Love Math: Teaching Strategies that Change Student Attitudes and Get Results (United States)

    Willis, Judy


    Has it ever seemed to you that some students are hardwired to dislike math? If so, then here's a book that explains how negative attitudes toward math get established in the brain and what you can do to turn those attitudes around. Math teacher and neurologist Judy Willis gives you over 50 strategies you can use right away in any grade level to:…

  11. Is there an independent effect of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and menopause on the prevalence of subclinical atherosclerosis in middle aged women?


    Evelyn O Talbott; Jeanne Zborowski; Judy Rager; Juley R Stragand


    Evelyn O Talbott, Jeanne Zborowski, Judy Rager, Juley R StragandDepartment of Epidemiology, Graduate School of Public Health, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, USAAbstract: Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), a common reproductive endocrine condition manifests at puberty, and is characterized by hyperandrogenism, chronic anovulation, and obesity. PCOS cases exhibit an adverse coronary heart disease (CHD) profile at an early age, including insulin resistance, dyslipidemia and increased c...

  12. Can NATO Survive Perestroika? (United States)


    phrase from Nietzsche ." 2Mikhail Gorbachev, Perestroika, Harper & Row, New York, 1987, p. 34. massive initiative: a "development of democracy and...Soviets 15Gorbachev, p. 24-26. Additionally on this point, Judy Shelton, in her article "Confronting the Soviet Financial Offensive" The Wall Street...ineffective political system and its leadership. Article 12 of the Communist Constitution protected leaders from both responsibility and accountability

  13. A Study of Civilian Registered Nurse Recruitment at Madigan Army Medical Center, Tacoma, Washington. (United States)


    34 May, 1981, "Nurse, Where Are You?" Judy Armstrong . 5 1nitial Report and Preliminary Recommendations, National Commission on Nursing (September 1981...Interview with Ms. R. Marsh, Staffing Specialist, Force Develop- ment Division, Madigan Army Medical Center, Tacoma, WA (Dec 81) 20Philip Kotler ...Marketing Management. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, Inc., 1980. Kotler , Philip. Marketing for Nonprofit Institutions. Englewood Cliffs, N.D.: Prentice-Hall

  14. Dashboards for the Fire Service (United States)


    20 III. A BRIEF HISTORY OF PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT IN LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND FIRE DEPARTMENTS .............................21 A...1 Judy McKay and Peter Marshall, “The Dual Imperatives of Action Research,” Information Technology and People 14, no. 1 (2001): 47, 50. 2...Reflecting Design Thinking: A Case Study of the Process of Designing Dashboards,” Journal of Systems and Information Technology 17, no. 3 (August

  15. Tulemuslik juhtimine ebatavaliselt keerulistes haridusoludes

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    Full Text Available Artiklis antakse ülevaade uurimistulemustest, mis käsitlevad edukalt toimivate organisatsioonide juhtimist kolmes valdkonnas. Organisatsioonid kaasati valimisse eduka toimivuse alusel, võttes arvesse nende kesiseid tulemusi minevikus, võrdlust teiste sarnaste koolidega ning toimimist piiratud ressursside ja keeruliste tingimuste kontekstis. Artiklis keskendutakse nende nelja kooli juhtimisele, mis vastasid valimi kriteeriumitele. Tulemuste selgitused seostatakse Eesti PISA uuringu heade akadeemiliste tulemustega. Artiklis näidatakse, et nendes neljas koolis, mis saavutasid üle ootuste häid tulemusi, rakendati erinevaid kompetentse. Juhtimine võttis narratiivi või otsingu vormi, kutsudes esile innustava kujutluspildi, mida toetas järjekindel otsustavus. Koolid võtsid suuna muudatustele, mis olid teiste sarnaste koolidega võrreldes uuenduslikumad. Pandi alus koostööle ja ühisele kogukonnale, mida toetasid ka konkureerivad koolid, ning lühiajaline edu muutus pikaajaliseks jätkusuutlikkuseks.  Full text

  16. A Signal Detection Model of Compound Decision Tasks (United States)


    strict isolation (for many examples of such models see Egan, 1975; Macmillan & Creelman , 1991). The result has been twofold: A rich corpus of decision...Macmillan & Creelman , 1991). It is important to point out that SDT models are primarily decision models. They specify the rules and procedures for how...Broadbent, 1958; Macmillan & Creelman , 1991; Nolte & Jaarsma, 1967; Swensson & Judy, 1981; Tanner & Norman, 1954). To better understand how these two

  17. Southeastern Virtual Institute for Health Equity and Wellness (SE VIEW) (United States)


    Park Community Center, North Charleston  Second Tuesdays  2nd Tuesdays of the month health promotion activities were offered at the MidlandPark...5 participants. Decision was made to provide health promotion activities in collaboration with other community events and discontinue 2nd Tuesday ...Initial application efforts started on July 2, 2012 and the community grant was awarded on October 2, 2012. Ms. Judy Morris is the principal

  18. Military Suicide Research Consortium (United States)


    were analyzed using Comprehensive Meta-Analysis (CMA) 2.0 statistical software (Borenstein, Hedges, Higgins , & Rothstein, 2005). Hedges g was... Higgins , J., & Rothstein, H. (2005). Comprehensive meta-analysis (Version 2). Englewood, NJ: Biostat. Bostwick, J. M., & Pankratz, V. S. (2000...Cerel a,n, Judy G. van de Venne a, Melinda M. Moore b, Myfanwy J. Maple c, Chris Flaherty a, Margaret M. Brown d a College of Social Work, University

  19. Soviet International Finance in the Gorbachev Era (United States)


    officials responsible for financial matters; and the financial press . All of these sources are cited as appropriate in this repoet. Considerable additional...creditors back to 1984. 2See, for example, Judy Shelton, The Coming Soviet Crash, The Free Press , New York, 1989, p. xv. 14 end of 1988, net Soviet...eighth over LIBOR. As recently as September 1989, VEB was able to arrange a five-year, $100 million syndicated credit managed by Banca Commerciale Italiana

  20. EU REPRO: The Production of fish feed enriched with poly-unsaturated fatty acid

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    Erasmus, C


    Full Text Available .2 The Production of Fish Feed enriched with poly-unsaturated fatty acids Corinda Erasmus Annali Jacobs Gerda Lombard Petrus van Zyl Judy Reddy Ntombikayise Nkomo Elizabeth Timme Partner 11 Slide 2 © CSIR 2006 www... FLOW DIAGRAM OF THE PRODUCTION OF EPA- ENRICHED FISH FEED BSG (SPENT GRAIN) Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA) Protein-rich BSG FISH FEED PELLETS MODIFICATION OF BSG (ENZYME/CHEMICAL/MECHANICAL) FERMENTATION (RECOVERY OF EPA...

  1. A review of Yellow Dirt: A Poisoned Land and the Betrayal of the Navajos. (United States)

    Adams, Nicole


    Yellow Dirt is a thorough account of the past and present state of the Navajo Nation with regards to uranium mining. Through a journalistic approach Judy Pasternak weaves the story of the betrayal of the Navajo people. This book highlights the impact of environment on health and this review calls all nurses to be aware of these impacts and incorporate this type of knowledge into their practice. Copyright © 2014 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

  2. Archaeological Survey and Testing at Hunter Army Airfield, Savannah, Georgia (United States)


    Director of Grants and Research at UTC, throughout this project. Judy Fry and Mary Lee Cleveland of the UTC Word Processing Center Center were...feature contained only two enamelled tinware pan -,, of ealate 19th or 20th century origin, pressed tightly down into a 30 cm deep hole. 94...114) was 50 cm in diameter, 32 cm deep, and filled with bones from at least two fowls, probably chickens . Wire nail fragments suggest a deposition after

  3. Aaron Temkin Beck (born July 18, 1921- Biography

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    Full Text Available he American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2007. Beck is noted for his research in psychotherapy, psychopathology, suicide, and psychometrics, which led to his creation of cognitive therapy, for which he received the 2006 Lasker-DeBakey Clinical Medical Research Award, and the Beck Depression Inventory (BDI, one of the most widely used instruments for measuring depression severity. Beck is also known for his creation of the Beck Hopelessness Scale and the Beck Anxiety Inventory, and has founded the Beck Institute in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in which his daughter, Dr. Judith Beck, works. He is married with four children, Roy, Judy, Dan, and Alice. He has eight grandchildren.the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2007. Beck is noted for his research in psychotherapy, psychopathology, suicide, and psychometrics, which led to his creation of cognitive therapy, for which he received the 2006 Lasker-DeBakey Clinical Medical Research Award, and the Beck Depression Inventory (BDI, one of the most widely used instruments for measuring depression severity. Beck is also known for his creation of the Beck Hopelessness Scale and the Beck Anxiety Inventory, and has founded the Beck Institute in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in which his daughter, Dr. Judith Beck, works. He is married with four children, Roy, Judy, Dan, and Alice. He has eight grandchildren.

  4. Conversation between photographer Brian Duffy and Grant Scott


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    Brian Duffy (15 June 1933 – 31 May 2010) was an English photographer and film producer, best remembered for his fashion and portrait photography of the 1960s and 1970s.\\ud \\ud In 1957 Duffy was hired by British Vogue working under art director John Parsons where he remained working until 1963. During this time he worked closely with top models Jean Shrimpton (who he introduced to David Bailey), Paulene Stone, Joy Weston, Jennifer Hocking and Judy Dent.\\ud \\ud With fellow photographers; David ...

  5. So long as they grow out of it: comics, the discourse of developmental normalcy, and disability. (United States)

    Squier, Susan M


    This essay draws on two emerging fields--the study of comics or graphic fiction, and disability studies--to demonstrate how graphic fictions articulate the embodied, ethical, and sociopolitical experiences of impairment and disability. Examining David B's Epileptic and Paul Karasik and Judy Karasik's The Ride Together, I argue that these graphic novels unsettle conventional notions of normalcy and disability. In so doing, they also challenge our assumed dimensions and possibilities of the comics genre and medium, demonstrating the great potential comics hold for disability studies.

  6. Job insecurity, resilience and general health of motor-trade employees / Rosalie Judy Leach


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    Individuals employed within the South African workforce are finding themselves operating in an increasingly uneven playing field. The global marketplace is continually amplifying the already stiff competition, forcing employers to reduce the security they are able to offer their workers, in an effort to off-set their profit margins. Examining and consequently addressing these private sector employees' functioning in those spheres that may influence their health and consequent work performa...

  7. Intergenerational Yearnings and Other "Acts of Perversion": Or Where Would I Be Without Lesbian Drumming? (United States)

    Clay, Andreana


    This article explores the (il)legibilities of race, gender, sexuality, and interracial solidarity between two feminist generations. Using the words of Judy Grahn and Pat Parker, the author juxtaposes her own experience and writings as a queer, Black, feminist, born in 1971 with their dyke, feminist writings of the same period, asking "Where Would I Be, Without You?" Central to this question is a queer re-imagining of queer past and future in an effort to understand the potential for interracial, feminist solidarity in the twenty-first century.

  8. Olivia Records: The Production of a Movement. (United States)

    Morris, Bonnie


    This article looks at the early years of Olivia Records, setting the context for the historic release of the album Where Would I Be Without You. From its origins as a Washington, D.C.-based activist collective in 1973, Olivia became a hugely successful recording company, marketing radical lesbian recordings and performances that soon defined the "women's music" movement. Both artistically and politically, Olivia's woman-identified albums became the soundtrack for a generation awakening to lesbian activism. Pat Parker and Judy Grahn's 1976 spoken-word recording is a unique demonstration of Olivia's radical production values and expanding catalog.

  9. Řídit jako muž. Anotace knihy Judy Wajcman: Manging like a Man

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    Křížková, Alena


    Roč. 3, 2-3 (2002), s. 6-7 ISSN 1213-0028 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z7028912 Keywords : affirmative action * gender in management * sexuality and work relations Subject RIV: AO - Sociology, Demography

  10. "Hello!" from Crosby and Nash

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    On Tuesday, 29 September, American musicians David Crosby and Graham Nash visited CERN. They also recorded a video message, commenting on their visit and sending their greetings and thanks to CERN's people.   (Video: Christoph M. Madsen/CERN.) David Crosby, Graham Nash, and Stephen Stills have played together for over 30 years in the Crosby, Stills and Nash folk rock band. Originally, together with Neil Young, they were all members of the Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young band, having played at the iconic Woodstock Festival and produced many legendary songs such as Teach Your Children, Judy Blue Eyes, Our House and Marrakech Express. ​

  11. Quality improvement process pilot project at Gallagher station

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    Vondielingen, D.E.


    A Quality Improvement Process was piloted at Gallagher station in 1990 to address issues of two Electric System Strategy Group (ESSG) goals. Darrell McElravy headed a group to address quality, productivity and prove and Judy Rushing headed a group to address innovation and recognition. These groups combined when a process was identified that could address both issues. The process was designed for PSI Energy by Business Incentives and is an incentive-based quality improvement process that seeks employee involvement to identify inhibitors t performance and to establish a method to eliminate the problem. Performance goals were also established that help focus efforts to improve performance and reward employees for their efforts

  12. New management structure at headquarters (United States)

    On July 1, 1987, AGU Executive Director Fred Spilhaus informed the AGU staff that Judy C. Holoviak has been promoted to the position of Group Director. This is a new management position with responsibility for more than one division. Both the Publications Division and the newly formed Public Information and Marketing Division will report to Holoviak, as will the new Special Assistant for Nonprint Publications.Spilhaus explained that this new position will permit the headquarters management staff to be responsive to the current AGU growth. A stronger management structure is needed to take advantage of the many opportunities facing the Union. In pointing to the initiatives identified by the Planning Committee, he stated that continued growth is the only likely course for AGU.

  13. NASA Administrator Dan Goldin greets Neil Armstrong at Apollo 11 anniversary banquet. (United States)


    During an anniversary banquet honoring the Apollo team, the people who made the entire lunar landing program possible, former Apollo astronaut Neil A. Armstrong (left) shakes the hand of Judy Goldin (center), wife of NASA Administrator Daniel S. Goldin (right). The banquet was held in the Apollo/Saturn V Center, part of the KSC Visitor Complex. This is the 30th anniversary of the Apollo 11 launch and moon landing, July 16 and July 20, 1969. Among the guests at the banquet were former Apollo astronauts are Neil A. Armstrong and Edwin 'Buzz' Aldrin who flew on Apollo 11, the launch of the first moon landing; Gene Cernan, who flew on Apollo 10 and 17 and was the last man to walk on the moon; and Walt Cunningham, who flew on Apollo 7.

  14. Refined reservoir description to maximize oil recovery

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    Flewitt, W.E.


    To assure maximized oil recovery from older pools, reservoir description has been advanced by fully integrating original open-hole logs and the recently introduced interpretive techniques made available through cased-hole wireline saturation logs. A refined reservoir description utilizing normalized original wireline porosity logs has been completed in the Judy Creek Beaverhill Lake ''A'' Pool, a reefal carbonate pool with current potential productivity of 100,000 BOPD and 188 active wells. Continuous porosity was documented within a reef rim and cap while discontinuous porous lenses characterized an interior lagoon. With the use of pulsed neutron logs and production data a separate water front and pressure response was recognized within discrete environmental units. The refined reservoir description aided in reservoir simulation model studies and quantifying pool performance. A pattern water flood has now replaced the original peripheral bottom water drive to maximize oil recovery

  15. Noh Creation of Shakespeare

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    Full Text Available This article contains select comments and reviews on Noh Hamlet and Noh Othello in English and Noh King Lear in Japanese. The scripts from these performances were arranged based on Shakespeare’s originals and directed on stage and performed in English by Kuniyoshi Munakata from the early 1980s until 2014. Also, the whole text of Munakata’s Noh Macbeth in English (Munakata himself acted as Macbeth and Lady Macbeth in one play is for the first time publicized. The writers of the comments and reviews include notable people such as John Fraser, Michael Barrett, Upton Murakami, Donald Richie, Rick Ansorg, James David Audlin, Jesper Keller, Jean-Claude Saint-Marc, Jean-Claude Baumier, Judy Kendall, Allan Owen, Yoshio ARAI, Yasumasa OKAMOTO, Tatsuhiko TAIRA, Hikaru ENDO, Kazumi YAMAGATA, Hanako ENDO, Yoshiko KAWACHI, Mari Boyd, and Daniel Gallimore.

  16. 'Pinning and flux dynamics I' in the memory of Professor John Clem (United States)

    Weber, Harald W.


    The local Organizing Committee and the International Advisory Committee of EUCAS 2013 decided to dedicate the Session 'Pinning and Flux Dynamics I' to the memory of Professor John Clem, who passed away on 2 August 2013. Let me briefly summarize John's career and try to convey the incredible loss for the whole superconductor community. John was born in 1938 in Waukegan, a small town in Illinois. After school he obtained several scholarships at the University of Illinois. There he received a BSc in Engineering Physics in 1960, followed by an MSc in Physics in 1962, and earned a PhD focusing on the theory of superconductivity under John Bardeen in 1965. After two years of postdoctoral positions at the University of Maryland and the Technical University of Munich, he joined the Physics Department of the Iowa State University and the Ames Laboratory in 1967, where he spent the rest of his scientific career. He became Full Professor at ISU and Senior Physicist at the Ames Lab in 1975 and was Chairman of the Physics Department from 1982 to 1985. He spent several sabbaticals in the US at IBM Yorktown Heights, Stanford and EPRI in Palo Alto, was named 'Distinguished Professor' at ISU, was a Fellow of the American Physical Society and the Institute of Physics in London and, at the ASC 2012 in Portland he received the IEEE Award for 'Continuing and Significant Contributions in the Field of Applied Superconductivity', especially for his theoretical insight into the nature of vortices in 2D superconductors, which he called 'pancake vortices'. John, who married his high school sweetheart Judy right after college graduation, immediately turned Ames into a much-visited center for scientists from all over the world (including myself), who were interested in vortex physics and the properties of the flux line lattice, flux pinning, flux cutting and vortex dynamics. But it was not only the science at ISU that attracted us, it was also the warm atmosphere created by John and Judy at

  17. " Judas ," Amos Oz : A Thinking of Law Review and Show Thought

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    Jesualdo Eduardo de Almeida Junior


    Full Text Available Este documento analiza el libro “Judas”, el escritor judío Amos Oz y su relación con el derecho a pensar y a manifestar según sus convicciones, aunque refujam a nivel tolera- ble para los conceptos previamente impuesta por la sociedad.  No hay ninguna manera de limitar el derecho a pensar, dado que este tallos desde la propia intimidad y no está sujeto a restriçõees de cualquier naturaleza, sobre todo porque no hay manera, en la práctica, limitan. La libertad de expresión de pensamiento, cuando se ejerce en su plenitud, a me- nudo sorprendente teniendo en cuenta que se enfrenta con pétreos normas impuestas por la masa. Sin embargo, todavía libertad no puede reducirse al azar por el mero hecho de una expresión impopular. Las limitaciones se presentan, sin embargo, cuando incitadoras de odio.

  18. Technology and society building our sociotechnical future

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    Wetmore, Jameson M


    Technological change does not happen in a vacuum; decisions about which technologies to develop, fund, market, and use engage ideas about values as well as calculations of costs and benefits. This anthology focuses on the interconnections of technology, society, and values. It offers writings by authorities as varied as Freeman Dyson, Laurence Lessig, Bruno Latour, and Judy Wajcman that will introduce readers to recent thinking about technology and provide them with conceptual tools, a theoretical framework, and knowledge to help understand how technology shapes society and how society shapes technology. It offers readers a new perspective on such current issues as globalization, the balance between security and privacy, environmental justice, and poverty in the developing world. The careful ordering of the selections and the editors' introductions give Technology and Society a coherence and flow that is unusual in anthologies. The book is suitable for use in undergraduate courses in STS and other disciplines...

  19. Image Enhancer: A Graphic Editor to Apply Numerous Effects in Digital Image

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    Full Text Available Image Enhancer is an open source, portable graphic editor developed for Windows platform. It is equipped with an enriched set of digital imaging filters with advanced computer vision techniques embedded within, like Interest Point Detection (Susan Corner Detector, Linear Edge Detection (Simple, Sobel, Canny, Histogram Equalization, Dithering (Bayer, Burkes, Sierra, Jarvis Judis Ninke, Transforming to Polar images and vice versa etc.  Image Enhancer was released under GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL and the software was made available from the Microsoft’s open source project hosting repository Codeplex ( Image Enhancer was tested and hosted by several popular software archives like SoftPedia, CNET, Freeware Files, ZDNet, Soft Tango and others. A stable Release Candidate (RC version has been made available in which some major modifications were done which were not present in the earlier Beta version. The download link for the Image Enhancer (both Release Candidate & Beta Version from CodePlex repository is (


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    Thursday 11 November 2010 at 20:30 / Jeudi 11 Novembre 2010 à 20:30 CERN Main Auditorium / Amphithéâtre Principal LE CHOCOLAT By/de : Lasse Hallström (UK/USA, 2000) 121 min With/avec: Lena Olin, Juliette Binoche, Johny Depp, Judi Dench, Alfred Molina, Peter Stormare, Leslie Caron, Carrie-Anne Moss   Vianne Rocher and her young daughter are drifters who are met with skepticism and resistance when they move to a conservative town in rural France and open a chocolate shop during Lent. As Vianne begins to work her magic and help those around her, the townspeople are soon won over by her exuberance and her delicious chocolates - except for the mayor, who is determined to shut her down. When a group of river drifters visit the town, Vianne teaches the townspeople something about acceptance, and finds love for herself along the way. Original version english / french with german subtitles Version originale anglaise / française soutitr&...

  1. From "Lawrence Kohlberg's Approach to Moral Education" by F. Clark Power, Ann Higgins, and Lawrence Kohlberg, with Judy Codding (1989) (United States)

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    This article is an excerpt from "Lawrence Kohlberg's Approach to Moral Education." It refers several times to Kohlberg's "six stages of moral development." Stages 3 and 4 belong to the second level of moral development, which Kohlberg calls "conventional." At stage 3, one becomes aware of conventions as one sees what is right in terms of living up…

  2. Not your grandfather's concert hall (United States)

    Cooper, Russell; Malenka, Richard; Griffith, Charles; Friedlander, Steven


    The opening of Judy and Arthur Zankel Hall on 12 September 2003, restores Andrew Carnegie's original 1891 concept of having three outstanding auditoriums of different sizes under one roof, and creates a 21st-century venue for music performance and education. With concerts ranging from early music to avant-garde multimedia productions, from jazz to world music, and from solo recitals to chamber music, Zankel Hall expands the breadth and depth of Carnegie Hall's offerings. It allows for the integration of programming across three halls with minifestivals tailored both to the size and strengths of each hall and to the artists and music to be performed. The new flexible space also provides Carnegie Hall with an education center equipped with advanced communications technology. This paper discusses the unique program planned for this facility and how the architects, theatre consultants, and acousticians developed a design that fulfilled the client's expectations and coordinated the construction of the facility under the floor of the main Isaac Stern Auditorium without having to cancel a single performance.

  3. Responses to comments received on the draft final report of the Secretary of Energy Advisory Board Task Force on Radioactive Waste Management

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    The Task Force solicited comments on its Draft Final Report from a variety of sources. Letters were sent to over 400 individuals who had expressed interest in the interest in the Department's radioactive waste, management programs, a notice was placed in the Federal Register, the morning session of the January 1993 meeting of the full Secretary of Energy Advisory Board was given over to discussion of the draft, and Task Force members and staff presented the effort at several professional meetings. Altogether 32 written comments were received. They are reproduced here, followed in each case by the Task Force's response to specific suggestions made to improve the draft. (The panel did not respond to comments that simply reflected policy preferences or that praised the group's effort.) With one exception, those specific suggestions are highlighted and given a letter designation from open-quotes Aclose quotes to open-quotes Zclose quotes. The Task Force's responses, written in the Fall 1993, are labeled in a like manner. For the one exception, a comments submitted by Judy Treichel, the Task Force's response is printed on copies of her annotated pages

  4. Responses to comments received on the draft final report of the Secretary of Energy Advisory Board Task Force on Radioactive Waste Management

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    The Task Force solicited comments on its Draft Final Report from a variety of sources. Letters were sent to over 400 individuals who had expressed interest in the interest in the Department`s radioactive waste, management programs, a notice was placed in the Federal Register, the morning session of the January 1993 meeting of the full Secretary of Energy Advisory Board was given over to discussion of the draft, and Task Force members and staff presented the effort at several professional meetings. Altogether 32 written comments were received. They are reproduced here, followed in each case by the Task Force`s response to specific suggestions made to improve the draft. (The panel did not respond to comments that simply reflected policy preferences or that praised the group`s effort.) With one exception, those specific suggestions are highlighted and given a letter designation from {open_quotes}A{close_quotes} to {open_quotes}Z{close_quotes}. The Task Force`s responses, written in the Fall 1993, are labeled in a like manner. For the one exception, a comments submitted by Judy Treichel, the Task Force`s response is printed on copies of her annotated pages.

  5. Protecting the rights of patients in psychiatric settings : a comparison of the work of the Mental Health Act Commission with the CQC / Judy Laing

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    Laing, Judy


    Tervishoiu kvaliteedi komisjoni (Care Quality Commission) ning vaimse tervishoiu komisjoni (Mental Health Act Commission) töö võrdlusest psühhiaatriliste patsientidega ning vastavatest regulatsioonidest

  6. 2005-2006 Southwest Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD) Lidar: Polk County (Including Hampton, Judy, Lake Wales, Peace River (North), and Polk District Remainder Tracts) (United States)

    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — This data set is one component of a digital terrain model (DTM) for the SWFWMD Polk District. This record includes information about the LiDAR data for the following...

  7. The Light History of Protestantism and the Emerging of Nationalism and Protestantism in South Korea

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    Saiful Hakam


    Full Text Available Artikel ini mengulas kebangkitan Kristen Protestan di Korea untuk mengukur sejauh mana hubungan antara agama dan nasionalisme di Korea, serta mencoba untuk mengkaji hubungan kuat antara agama dan nasionalismnasionalisme. Untuk mengulas hal tersebut, artikel ini memfokuskan diri pada telaah historis masa pendudukan Jepang, yakni pada rentang waktu antara tahun 1910 hingga 1945. ArikelArtikel ini berusaha untuk menjawab pertanyaan sederhana: mengapa Kristen Protestan berhasil menjadi agama yang kuat dan penting di Korea? Jawaban atas pertanyaan tersebut juga akan mengantarkan kita untuk bisa memahami nasionalisme Korea. Dengan kata lain, jelas bahwa perkembangan Protestan di Korea adalah sangat terkait dengan ketidakpuasan yang mendalam dan keputusasaan yang dirasakan oleh orang-orang Korea diakibatkan oleh masa pendudukan Jepang. Selain dikarenakan faktor nasionalisme, berkembangnya agama Protestan di Korea juga sangat terkait dengan pendidikan. Para misionaris bertindak cepat untuk melibatkan diri dalam pendidikan. Hal tersebut dikarenakan mereka memahami tentang semangat Korea dalam hal pendidikan dan juga keterbukaan mereka terhadap ide-ide Barat. Selain itu, artikel ini juga mengkaji mengenai dampak dari adanya para missionarismisionaris untuk menyebarkan agama protestanProtestan. Salah satunya adalah dalam hal ekonomi. Beberapa orang di Korea menegaskan bahwa konversi ke Protestan menyebabkan peningkatan ekonomi. Mereka percaya bahwa peningkatan ini disebabkan penolakan mereka terhadap kebiasaan merokok dan minum, judi, serta hal yang berbau kemewahan

  8. Reconceptualización del derecho a la libertad y seguridad personal: Análisis de la sentencia T-719/2003

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    Full Text Available Presentamos un análisis de la Sentencia T-719/2003 de la Corte Constitu- cional Colombiana (Corte que con ponencia del magistrado Manuel José Cepeda tutela el derecho a la libertad y seguridad personal de la viuda y el hijo menor de edad de un reinsertado de la guerrilla de las autodenomina- das Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia (FARC. El análisis pone en evidencia el alcance de este derecho en el Estado colombiano mientras el conflicto armado interno, abierto desde hace más de setenta años, provoca su constante vulneración; y describe la intervención de la Corte frente a la ineficacia de los programas de reinserción por la dilación burocrática guber- namental, en el marco de la cual desarrolla precedentes para la protección del derecho en mención, bajo un paradigma de interpretación evolutiva y creativa de la Constitución, afirmando los postulados del garantismo judi- cial. Consideramos que lo aquí planteado puede servir de referencia para la adopción de medidas concretas a favor de desmovilizados de la guerra ante un eventual éxito de las negociaciones de paz que actualmente lidera el go- bierno de Juan Manuel Santos con las FARC.

  9. Dreptul magistraților la propria imagine

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    Cojocaru Violeta


    Full Text Available The topic of this article is dictated by the reality of the Republic of Moldova, by the connotations which, in our opinion, are much deeper than they appear at first glance. No one disputes the fact that the achievement of an independent, impar- tial, credible and effective judiciary system is a necessary condition for the law supremacy and the principles of rule of law, but at the same time, we must not neglect the rights of magistrates, who are subjected to aggressive media pressure. Both the press as well as the radio or television programs constantly speak about the guarantee- ing the effective independence of the judiciary sys- tem, ensuring the transparency of the justice act, improving the quality of the justice act, increasing the efficiency and the accountability of the judi- ciary, ensuring free access to the justice, improving the efficiency of the juvenile justice, strengthening the dialogue with the civil society and its involve- ment in the reform process, creating the conditions for the juridical cooperation having as aim the inte- gration in the European space of freedom, security and justice, preventing and combating corruption in the judiciary system. The judiciary system as a whole, but also the jud- ges in particular, are the target – actors in these publications or broadcasts. We do not intend to defend or to accuse the opponents, declaring, actually, the same aspirations, but we will review the legislation and the relevant jurisprudence in respecting human rights and adoption of the best European practices.

  10. The Famous Women Dinner Service: A Critical Introduction and Catalogue

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    Full Text Available One of the most exciting and unexpected objects in the 2014 Tate Britain exhibition Kenneth Clark: Looking for Civilization was a prototype plate by Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant for a dinner service commissioned by Clark in 1932. The completed set of 50 plates, which feature portraits of “famous women” throughout history, survived wartime bombing and several moves of house by the Clark family, but for the past 30 years its whereabouts had been unknown to art historians. In spring 2017, prompted by the Vanessa Bell monographic exhibition at Dulwich Picture Gallery, the owner of the dinner service contacted Piano Nobile art gallery. It soon emerged that not only was the set intact, but that the plates themselves, hand-painted on Wedgwood blanks, have been preserved in their original condition. This Look First feature offers the first opportunity for close scholarly examination of a culturally and visually potent art object. The feature uses photography, archival materials, and film to explore the process of creating the set and its place in the history of art. The present article includes a catalogue with biographical entries for each of the women featured in the set, together with source images and preparatory materials. The article text establishes where this playful, yet ground-breaking work fits within the artists’ oeuvres, and within a feminist history of art. Further materials expanding the feature’s reach, including a filmed discussion with the artist Judy Chicago, will be released in early 2018.

  11. Continuity and Evolution: The Idea of “Co-creativity” in Chinese Art

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    Full Text Available This paper seeks to explore an important characteristic of both traditional and contemporary Chinese art, that is, co-creativity. The author believes that co-creativity is a particular Chinese cultural sensibility that establishes the continuity of Chinese art and allows it to endure despite historical, societal and political changes throughout the centuries. This paper starts with an introduction of the idea of co-creativity in Chinese culture. One of its embodiments is the relationship between 'yin' and 'yang'. 'Yin 'and 'yang' both engender and fulfill each other, which is a co-relational and co-creative process. It then analyzes how the idea of co-creativity is demonstrated in traditional landscape painting through the expression of the oneness with nature and invitation to join a journey with the artist. Lastly, it demonstrates this continious co-creative cultural sensibility through analyzing two contemporary artists’ works. The author reads the submissive openness and vulnerability in Chinese female artist Chen Lingyang’s works as a continuity of the co-creative spirit of 'yin' and 'yang', nature and human. Chen’s work, rooted in her cultural sensibility, expresses a totally different statement of women’s desires and conditions than does that of American feminist artists Judy Chicago and Carolee Schneemann. Likewise, performance artist Ma Liuming’s 'Fen-Ma Liuming in… 'series seems inspired by nature’s image of co-creating the world. Different as these works may be in their formal aspects—from painting to poetry, from photography to performance— “co-creativity” is at the heart of Chinese cultural expression.

  12. Antibacterial efficacy of core-shell nanostructures encapsulating gentamicin against an in vivo intracellular  Salmonella model

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    Full Text Available Ashish Ranjan1, Nikorn Pothayee2,3, Mohammed N Seleem2, Ronald D Tyler Jr4, Bonnie Brenseke4, Nammalwar Sriranganathan2,4, Judy S Riffle2,3, Ramanathan Kasimanickam11Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences, 2Institute for Critical Technology and Applied Science, 3Macromolecules and Interfaces Institute, 4Department of Biomedical Sciences and Pathobiology, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VAAbstract: Pluronic based core-shell nanostructures encapsulating gentamicin were designed in this study. Block copolymers of (PAA–+Na-b-(PEO-b-PPO-b-PEO-b-PAA– +Na were blended with PAA– Na+ and complexed with the polycationic antibiotic gentamicin to form nanostructures. Synthesized nanostructures had a hydrodynamic diameter of 210 nm, zeta potentials of –0.7 (±0.2, and incorporated ~20% by weight of gentamicin. Nanostructures upon co-incubation with J774A.1 macrophage cells showed no adverse toxicity in vitro. Nanostructures administered in vivo either at multiple dosage of 5 µg g–1 or single dosage of 15 µg g–1 in AJ-646 mice infected with Salmonella resulted in significant reduction of viable bacteria in the liver and spleen. Histopathological evaluation for concentration-dependent toxicity at a dosage of 15 µg g–1 revealed mineralized deposits in 50% kidney tissues of free gentamicin-treated mice which in contrast was absent in nanostructure-treated mice. Thus, encapsulation of gentamicin in nanostructures may reduce toxicity and improve in vivo bacterial clearance.Keywords: gentamicin, core-shell nanostructures, Salmonella

  13. Musical Structure as Narrative in Rock

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    Full Text Available In an attempt to take a fresh look at the analysis of form in rock music, this paper uses Susan McClary’s (2000 idea of ‘quest narrative’ in Western art music as a starting point. While much pop and rock adheres to the basic structure of the establishment of a home territory, episodes or adventures away, and then a return, my study suggests three categories of rock music form that provide alternatives to common combinations of verses, choruses and bridges through which the quest narrative is delivered. Labyrinth forms present more than the usual number of sections to confound our sense of ‘home’, and consequently of ‘quest’. Single-cell forms use repetition to suggest either a kind of stasis or to disrupt our expectations of beginning, middle and end. Immersive forms blur sectional divisions and invite more sensual and participatory responses to the recorded text. With regard to all of these alternative approaches to structure, Judy Lochhead’s (1992 concept of ‘forming’ is called upon to underline rock music forms that unfold as process, rather than map received formal constructs. Central to the argument are a couple of crucial definitions. Following Theodore Gracyk (1996, it is not songs, as such, but particular recordings that constitute rock music texts. Additionally, narrative is understood not in (direct relation to the lyrics of a song, nor in terms of artists’ biographies or the trajectories of musical styles, but considered in terms of musical structure. It is hoped that this outline of non-narrative musical structures in rock may have applications not only to other types of music, but to other time-based art forms.

  14. Deduction and Analysis of the Interacting Stress Response Pathways of Metal/Radionuclide-reducing Bacteria

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    Project Title: Deduction and Analysis of the Interacting Stress Response Pathways of Metal/Radionuclide-reducing Bacteria DOE Grant Number: DE-FG02-06ER64205 Principal Investigator: Jizhong (Joe) Zhou (University of Oklahoma) Key members: Zhili He, Aifen Zhou, Christopher Hemme, Joy Van Nostrand, Ye Deng, and Qichao Tu Collaborators: Terry Hazen, Judy Wall, Adam Arkin, Matthew Fields, Aindrila Mukhopadhyay, and David Stahl Summary Three major objectives have been conducted in the Zhou group at the University of Oklahoma (OU): (i) understanding of gene function, regulation, network and evolution of Desulfovibrio vugaris Hildenborough in response to environmental stresses, (ii) development of metagenomics technologies for microbial community analysis, and (iii) functional characterization of microbial communities with metagenomic approaches. In the past a few years, we characterized four CRP/FNR regulators, sequenced ancestor and evolved D. vulgaris strains, and functionally analyzed those mutated genes identified in salt-adapted strains. Also, a new version of GeoChip 4.0 has been developed, which also includes stress response genes (StressChip), and a random matrix theory-based conceptual framework for identifying functional molecular ecological networks has been developed with the high throughput functional gene array hybridization data as well as pyrosequencing data from 16S rRNA genes. In addition, GeoChip and sequencing technologies as well as network analysis approaches have been used to analyze microbial communities from different habitats. Those studies provide a comprehensive understanding of gene function, regulation, network, and evolution in D. vulgaris, and microbial community diversity, composition and structure as well as their linkages with environmental factors and ecosystem functioning, which has resulted in more than 60 publications.

  15. Instream Flows Incremental Methodology :Kootenai River, Montana : Final Report 1990-2000.

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    Hoffman, Greg; Skaar, Don; Dalbey, Steve (Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks, Libby, MT)


    Regulated rivers such as the Kootenai River below Libby Dam often exhibit hydrographs and water fluctuation levels that are atypical when compared to non-regulated rivers. These flow regimes are often different conditions than those which native fish species evolved with, and can be important limiting factors in some systems. Fluctuating discharge levels can change the quantity and quality of aquatic habitat for fish. The instream flow incremental methodology (IFIM) is a tool that can help water managers evaluate different discharges in terms of their effects on available habitat for a particular fish species. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service developed the IFIM (Bovee 1982) to quantify changes in aquatic habitat with changes in instream flow (Waite and Barnhart 1992; Baldridge and Amos 1981; Gore and Judy 1981; Irvine et al. 1987). IFIM modeling uses hydraulic computer models to relate changes in discharge to changes in the physical parameters such as water depth, current velocity and substrate particle size, within the aquatic environment. Habitat utilization curves are developed to describe the physical habitat most needed, preferred or tolerated for a selected species at various life stages (Bovee and Cochnauer 1977; Raleigh et al. 1984). Through the use of physical habitat simulation computer models, hydraulic and physical variables are simulated for differing flows, and the amount of usable habitat is predicted for the selected species and life stages. The Kootenai River IFIM project was first initiated in 1990, with the collection of habitat utilization and physical hydraulic data through 1996. The physical habitat simulation computer modeling was completed from 1996 through 2000 with the assistance from Thomas Payne and Associates. This report summarizes the results of these efforts.


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    Full Text Available The  fact  that  the  insurance  business  institution  has  become  part  of   Indonesian  people life. However, the question whether the practice of insurance is a legitimate according to Shari’a law? To respond to these questions, DSN-MUI has issued some fatwas in order to practice the practice of insurance in accordance with Islamic principles to avoid gharar (uncertainty, gambling (gambling, riba (interest, zulmu (persecution, riswah (bribes, illicit goods, and immoral. Actually those fatwas had an impact so that the government was “forced” to adopt the principles of sharia into some regualasi insurance. This paper will  discuss  the  regulatory  aspects  in  addition  will  also  discuss  how  the  application  of Shari’a principles to the insurance agency. Kenyataan bahwa usaha perasuransian telah menjadi bagian dari kehidupan masyarakat di  Indonesia.  Namun  yang  menjadi  pertanyaan,  apakah  praktik  perasuransian  itu  sah hukumnya menurut tinjauan syariat? Untuk merespon pertanyaan tersebut, DSN-MUI telah   mengeluarkan  beberapa  fatwa  agar  praktik  perasuransian  sesuai  dengan  prinsipprinsip  syariah,   sehingga  terhindar  dari   gharar  (ketidakjelasan,  maisir  (judi,  riba (bunga, zulmu (penganiayaan, riswah (suap, barang haram, dan maksiat. Fatwa-fatwa tersebut ternyata telah memberikan pengaruh sehingga pemerintah ”terpaksa” mengadopsi prinsip-prinsip syariah ke dalam beberapa regualasi perasuransian. Tulisan ini selain akan mengkaji  aspek  regulasi  perasuransian,  juga  mengkaji  bagaimana  penerapan  prinsipprinsip syariah ke dalam lembaga tersebut.

  17. Fluid contact monitoring in some western Canadian reefs

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    Pickel, J.S.; Heslop, A.


    Thirty years have passed since oil was first discovered in reefal reservoirs in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin. The early giants such as Redwater, Leduc, and the large Swan Hill pools have been followed in subsequent years by the development of reef pools of declining size, culminating with the discovery of the Keg River reefs of the Rainbow Zama area some 10 years ago. Unfortunately the majority of reef pools are reaching a mature stage in their productive cycle. With this maturity comes an increasing need for the log analyst to diversify his role from merely recognizing hydrocarbons during the discovery process, to the analysis of remaining hydrocarbon distribution within the depleting reservoir. The monitoring of fluid movement has become an integral part of reservoir description. Geologist, log analyst, reservoir and production engineer must work as a coordinated team to explain the often anomalous fluid distributions that occur in the well bore. Oil recovery from the Devonian Leduc age reef at Golden Spike, Alberta has been, until recently, by displacement with a miscible solvent bank. The monitoring of gas--fluid interfaces has been accomplished by the use of pulsed neutron logs in cased holes and the combination of SNP-Density and SNP-Acoustic data in open hole situations. At Judy Creek premature advances of formation water and inefficient reservoir depletion resulted from a highly stratified reefal reservoir. Pulsed neutron logs, used after the recognition of the production problems, have helped define oil-water distributions in the reservoir and led to an improvement in recovery efficiency. Rainbow Devonian Keg River reefs are subjected to gas, miscible and water injection recovery schemes. A pool that has been converted from a primary gas expansion drive to water drive by injection has used the pulsed neutron log to monitor the effectiveness of this change

  18. Social acceleration and the network effect: a defence of social 'science fiction' and network determinism. (United States)

    Hassan, Robert


    This essay is a response to Judy Wajcman's essay 'Life in the fast lane? Towards a sociology of technology and time' (2008: 59-77). In that article Wajcman argued that recent developments in the sociology of temporal change had been marked by a tendency in social theory towards a form of 'science fiction'--a sociological theorizing, she maintains, that bears no real relation to actual, empirically provable developments in the field and should therefore be viewed as not contributing to 'a richer analysis of the relationship between technology and time' (2008: 61). This reply argues that as Wajcman suggests in her essay, there is indeed an 'urgent need for increased dialogue to connect social theory with detailed empirical studies' (2008: 59) but that the most fruitful way to proceed would not be through a constraining of 'science fiction' social theorizing but, rather, through its expansion--and more, that 'science fiction' should take the lead in the process. This essay suggests that the connection between social theory and empirical studies would be strengthened by a wider understanding of the function of knowledge and research in the context of what is termed 'true originality' and 'routine originality'. The former is the domain of social theory and the latter resides within traditional sociological disciplines. It is argued that both need each other to advance our understanding of society, especially in the context of the fast-changing processes of technological development. The example of 'technological determinism' is discussed as illustrative of how 'routine originality' can harden into dogma without the application of 'true originality' to continually question (sometimes through ideas that may appear to border on 'science fiction') comfortable assumptions that may have become 'routine' and shorn of their initial 'originality'.

  19. Introduction of new technologies and decision making processes: a framework to adapt a Local Health Technology Decision Support Program for other local settings

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    Full Text Available Paule Poulin,1 Lea Austen,1 Catherine M Scott,2 Michelle Poulin,1 Nadine Gall,2 Judy Seidel,3 René Lafrenière1 1Department of Surgery, 2Knowledge Management, 3Public Health Innovation and Decision Support, Alberta Health Services, Calgary, AB, Canada Purpose: Introducing new health technologies, including medical devices, into a local setting in a safe, effective, and transparent manner is a complex process, involving many disciplines and players within an organization. Decision making should be systematic, consistent, and transparent. It should involve translating and integrating scientific evidence, such as health technology assessment (HTA reports, with context-sensitive evidence to develop recommendations on whether and under what conditions a new technology will be introduced. However, the development of a program to support such decision making can require considerable time and resources. An alternative is to adapt a preexisting program to the new setting. Materials and methods: We describe a framework for adapting the Local HTA Decision Support Program, originally developed by the Department of Surgery and Surgical Services (Calgary, AB, Canada, for use by other departments. The framework consists of six steps: 1 development of a program review and adaptation manual, 2 education and readiness assessment of interested departments, 3 evaluation of the program by individual departments, 4 joint evaluation via retreats, 5 synthesis of feedback and program revision, and 6 evaluation of the adaptation process. Results: Nine departments revised the Local HTA Decision Support Program and expressed strong satisfaction with the adaptation process. Key elements for success were identified. Conclusion: Adaptation of a preexisting program may reduce duplication of effort, save resources, raise the health care providers' awareness of HTA, and foster constructive stakeholder engagement, which enhances the legitimacy of evidence

  20. Academy Sharing Knowledge (ASK). The NASA Source for Project Management Magazine, Volume 11, March 2003 (United States)


    APPL is a research-based organization that serves NASA program and project managers, as well as project teams, at every level of development. In 1997, APPL was created from an earlier program to underscore the importance that NASA places on project management and project teams through a wide variety of products and services, including knowledge sharing, classroom and online courses, career development guidance, performance support, university partnerships, and advanced technology tools. ASK Magazine grew out of APPL's Knowledge Sharing Initiative. The stories that appear in ASK are written by the 'best of the best' project managers, primarily from NASA, but also from other government agencies and industry. Contributors to this issue include: Teresa Bailey, a librarian at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Roy Malone, Deputy Director in the Safety and Mission Assurance (S&MA) Office at the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC), W. Scott Cameron, Capital Systems Manager for the Food and Beverage Global Business Unit of Procter and Gamble, Ray Morgan, recent retiree as Vice President of AeroVironment, Inc., Marty Davis, Program Manager of the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite (GOES) at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) in Greenbelt, Maryland, Todd Post, editor of ASK Magazine, and works for EduTech Ltd. in Silver Spring, Maryland, Dr. Owen Gadeken, professor of Engineering Management at the Defense Acquisition University, Ken Schwer, currently the Project Manager of Solar Dynamics Observatory, Dr. Edward Hoffmwan, Director of the NASA Academy of Program and Project Leadership, Frank Snow, a member of the NASA Explorer Program at Goddard Space Flight Center since 1992, Dr. Alexander Laufer, Editor-in-Chief of ASK Magazine and a member of the Advisory Board of the NASA Academy of Program and Project Leadership, Judy Stokley, presently Air Force Program Executive Officer for Weapons in Washington, D.C. and Terry Little, Director of the Kinetic

  1. Deficiency of α-1-antitrypsin influences systemic iron homeostasis

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    Full Text Available Andrew J Ghio,1 Joleen M Soukup,1 Judy H Richards,1 Bernard M Fischer,2 Judith A Voynow,2 Donald E Schmechel31US Environmental Protection Agency, Chapel Hill, NC, USA; 2Division of Pediatric Pulmonary Medicine, Department of Pediatrics,3Joseph and Kathleen Bryan Alzheimer Disease Research Center, Department of Medicine (Neurology, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC, USAAbstract: There is evidence that proteases and antiproteases participate in the iron homeostasis of cells and living systems. We tested the postulate that α-1 antitrypsin (A1AT polymorphism and the consequent deficiency of this antiprotease in humans are associated with a systemic disruption in iron homeostasis. Archived plasma samples from Alpha-1 Foundation (30 MM, 30 MZ, and 30 ZZ individuals were analyzed for A1AT, ferritin, transferrin, and C-reactive protein (CRP. Plasma samples were also assayed for metals using inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectroscopy (ICPAES. Plasma levels of A1AT in MZ and ZZ individuals were approximately 60% and 20% of those for MM individuals respectively. Plasma ferritin concentrations in those with the ZZ genotype were greater relative to those individuals with either MM or MZ genotype. Plasma transferrin for MM, MZ, and ZZ genotypes showed no significant differences. Linear regression analysis revealed a significant (negative relationship between plasma concentrations of A1AT and ferritin while that between A1AT and transferrin levels was not significant. Plasma CRP concentrations were not significantly different between MM, MZ, and ZZ individuals. ICPAES measurement of metals confirmed elevated plasma concentrations of nonheme iron among ZZ individuals. Nonheme iron concentrations correlated (negatively with levels of A1AT. A1AT deficiency is associated with evidence of a disruption in iron homeostasis with plasma ferritin and nonheme iron concentrations being elevated among those with the ZZ genotype.Keywords: α-1

  2. ERISA and health plans. (United States)

    Schmidt, P; Mazo, J; Ladenheim, K


    This Issue Brief is designed to provide a basic understanding of the relationship of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) to health plans. It is based, in part, on an Employee Benefit Research Institute-Education and Research Fund (EBRI-ERF) educational briefing held in March 1995. This report includes a section by Peter Schmidt of Arnold & Porter, a section about multiemployer plans written by Judy Mazo of The Segal Company; and a section about ERISA and state health reform written by Kala Ladenheim of the Intergovernmental Health Policy Project. Starting in the late 1980s, three trends converged to make ERISA a critical factor in state health reforms: increasingly comprehensive state health policy experimentation; changes in the makeup of the insurance market (including the rise in self-insurance and the growth of managed care); and increasingly expansive interpretations of ERISA by federal courts. The changing interpretations of ERISA's relationship to three categories of state health initiatives--insurance mandates, medical high risk pools, and uncompensated care pools--illustrate how these forces are playing out today. ERISA does have a very broad preemptive effect. Federal statutes do not need to say anything about preemption in order to preempt state law. For example, if there is a direct conflict, it would be quite clear under the Supremacy Clause [of the U.S. Constitution] that ERISA, or any federal statue, would preempt a directly conflicting state statute. States can indirectly regulate health care plans that provide benefits through insurance contracts by establishing the terms of the contract. And they also raise money by imposing premium taxes. But they cannot do the same with respect to self-funded plans. That is one of the factors that has caused a great rise in the number of self-funded plans. State regulation [of employee benefits] can create three kinds of problems: cost of taxes, fees, or other charges; cost of dealing

  3. Viruses of foodborne origin: a review

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    Full Text Available Ewen CD Todd,1,2 Judy D Greig3 1Ewen Todd Consulting LLC, Okemos, MI, USA; 2Department of Nutrition and Food Science, Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences, American University of Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon; 3Division of Public Health Risk Sciences, Laboratory for Foodborne Zoonoses, Public Health Agency of Canada, Guelph, ON, Canada Abstract: Enteric viruses are major contributors to foodborne disease, and include adenovirus, astrovirus, rotavirus, sapovirus, hepatitis A and E viruses, and norovirus. From a foodborne transmission perspective, norovirus is the most important; however, hepatitis A is associated with more serious illness. Foodborne viruses are transmitted through contaminated food, but also in combination with person-to-person contact or through environmental contamination. These viruses survive well in the environment, are excreted in abundance in feces, and have a low infectious dose, all of which facilitate spread within a community. Many colonized individuals experience mild gastroenteritis lasting a few days or are asymptomatic, although viral excretion may continue over days or weeks. Severe illness tends to be restricted to the very young and elderly, especially in closed communities such as schools and homes for the aged. In the USA, norovirus is considered to be responsible for two thirds of all foodborne illnesses occurring in a wide range of institutional settings, including schools, colleges, child care centers, cruise ships, prisons, and soldiers on campaign. Norovirus outbreaks also occur at one-time events, such as banquets, wedding receptions, birthday parties, and potluck meals, and are most often introduced by infected food workers producing, preparing, or serving food, or through self-service buffets. Often the infections are introduced from the community into institutions where they can infect the majority of residents unless quickly controlled. In countries where economic assessments have been completed

  4. A famciclovir + celecoxib combination treatment is safe and efficacious in the treatment of fibromyalgia

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    Full Text Available William L Pridgen,1 Carol Duffy,2 Judy F Gendreau,3 R Michael Gendreau3 1Innovative Med Concepts, LLC, 2Department of Biological Sciences, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL, 3Gendreau Consulting, LLC, Poway, CA, USA Objective: Infections and other stressors have been implicated in the development of fibromyalgia. We hypothesized that these stressors could result in recurrent reactivations of latent herpes virus infections, which could lead to the development of fibromyalgia. This study evaluated a famciclovir + celecoxib drug combination (IMC-1, active against suspected herpes virus reactivation and infection, for the treatment of fibromyalgia.Methods: A total of 143 fibromyalgia patients were enrolled at 12 sites in a 16-week, double-blinded, placebo-controlled proof-of-concept trial. Randomized patients received either IMC-1 or placebo in a 1:1 ratio. Outcome measures included a 24-hour recall pain Numerical Rating Scale, the Revised Fibromyalgia Impact Questionnaire (FIQ-R, the Patient’s Global Impression of Change (PGIC questionnaire, the Multidimensional Fatigue Inventory, the NIH Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS, and the Beck Depression Inventory-II conducted at baseline and weeks 6, 12, and 16 of the study.Results: A significant decrease in fibromyalgia-related pain was observed for patients on IMC-1 treatment versus placebo. PGIC response rates were significantly improved with IMC-1 treatment. Overall, patient self-reported functioning, as measured by the FIQ-R, was significantly improved. Fatigue was also significantly improved as measured by the PROMIS fatigue inventory. The safety profile was encouraging. Despite the celecoxib component of IMC-1, gastrointestinal and nervous system treatment emergent adverse events were reported less frequently in the IMC-1 group, and study completion rates favored IMC-1 treatment.Conclusion: IMC-1 was efficacious and safe in treating symptoms of fibromyalgia

  5. Information and Communication Technologies for the Dissemination of Clinical Practice Guidelines to Health Professionals: A Systematic Review. (United States)

    De Angelis, Gino; Davies, Barbara; King, Judy; McEwan, Jessica; Cavallo, Sabrina; Loew, Laurianne; Wells, George A; Brosseau, Lucie


    variable findings for improvements in skills. Most multifaceted studies demonstrated significant improvements in knowledge. The findings suggest that health professionals' perceived usability and practice behavior change vary by type of information and communication technology. Heterogeneity and the paucity of properly conducted studies did not allow for a clear comparison between studies and a conclusion on the effectiveness of information and communication technologies as a knowledge translation strategy for the dissemination of clinical practice guidelines. ©Gino De Angelis, Barbara Davies, Judy King, Jessica McEwan, Sabrina Cavallo, Laurianne Loew, George A Wells, Lucie Brosseau. Originally published in JMIR Medical Education (, 30.11.2016.

  6. Is there an independent effect of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS and menopause on the prevalence of subclinical atherosclerosis in middle aged women?

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    Full Text Available Evelyn O Talbott, Jeanne Zborowski, Judy Rager, Juley R StragandDepartment of Epidemiology, Graduate School of Public Health, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, USAAbstract: Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS, a common reproductive endocrine condition manifests at puberty, and is characterized by hyperandrogenism, chronic anovulation, and obesity. PCOS cases exhibit an adverse coronary heart disease (CHD profile at an early age, including insulin resistance, dyslipidemia and increased central adiposity. It can be hypothesized that the menopausal transition, whether natural or surgical, may provide an additional “insult”, resulting in greater cumulative risk to their vasculature. Coronary artery calcification (CAC, a measure of subclinical atherosclerosis (SCA, was measured by electron beam tomography in 149 PCOS cases and 166 controls (mean age 47.3 and 49.4 respectively. Cases had a higher prevalence of CAC (63.1% compared to controls (41.0%, (p = 0.037 after adjustment for age and BMI. A total of 22 cases and 39 controls had undergone natural menopause, 12 cases and 26 controls underwent surgical menopause (with biochemical confirmation and 115 cases and 101 controls reported being currently premenopausal. There was a significant difference in CAC values between cases and controls in all three-menopause categories including pre-menopausal, surgically induced and natural menopause (p < 0.001. Duration since menopause (years and use of hormone replacement therapy were not different between cases and controls for the two menopause groups. Logistic regression was carried out with CAC (≤10 vs >10 as the dependent variable, and independent variables: PCOS status, current age, BMI, and menopausal status, (pre-menopause, surgical and natural menopause and selected CHD risk factors. The data indicate that women with PCOS exhibit significantly increased CAC compared to controls after adjustment for age and BMI and menopausal status. PCOS

  7. Un análisis de las reformas judiciales de Argentina, Chile y Uruguay

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    Full Text Available Este artículo trata sobre las reformas judiciales en Sudamérica, durante los años 90. Muestra que tanto en el caso de la Argentina como en el de Chile, las reformas a los códigos de procedimiento estuvieron motivadas por tres factores centrales, vinculados con el doble pro­ceso de democratización y liberalización económica: i la preocupación con la violación de dere­chos humanos que provenía de los pasados regímenes autoritarios; ii el deseo de crear ambientes legales estables tanto para los derechos de propiedad como para la inversión extranjera; y iii la preocupación pública en torno a tasas de criminalidad cada vez más altas. Las reformas consti­tucionales que afectaron a las Cortes Supremas tanto en la Argentina como en Chile estuvieron vinculadas por razones estrictamente auto-interesadas. En última instancia, estas reformas fue­ron el resultado de compromisos políticos entre la izquierda y la derecha en respuesta a parti­culares eventos nacionales. En Uruguay, los frustrados intentos por desarrollar reformas en el código de procedimientos criminales y en el ámbito de la Corte Suprema pueden atribuirse a una combinación de falta de voluntad política, la carencia de apoyo a las mismas reformas judi­ciales, y una falta de recursos económicos. Notablemente, el análisis muestra que en ninguno de los tres países examinados las agencias internacionales han jugado un rol significativo a la hora de promover reformas u ofrecer asistencia financiera o técnica en favor de los cambios en los códigos de procedimiento o en la organización de las Cortes Supremas. Ello sugiere que estos dos tipos de reformas judiciales en el Cono Sur han sido motivados, ante todo, a partir de deman­das nacionales, y no a partir de una presión internacional –lo que muestra una diferencia impor­tante en el contexto de reformas que distinguió a estos tres países latinoamericanos–, y el que se dio en otros países de la región.

  8. Reviews of recent publications

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    Modernism by Constantin V. Ponomareff Spanish Studies Cardenal, Ernesto. The Doubtful Strait . Trans. John Lyons by Juan Carlos Galeano Garcia Marquez, Gabriel. Of Love and Other Demons by John Cussen Lindstrom, Naomi. Twentieth-Century Spanish American Fiction by Norma Helsper Meyer, Doris, Ed. Reinterpreting the Spanish American Essay: Women Writers of the 19th and 20th Centuries by Judy Maloof and Fernando Unzueta Nantell, Judith. The Poetry of Francisco Brines: The Deconstructive Effects of Languages by Anita M. Hart Taylor, Diana and Juan Villegas, Eds. Negotiating Performance: Gender, Sexuality, & Theatricality in Latin America by Anne M. Pasero

  9. Preliminary Evaluation of a Brief Web and Mobile Phone Intervention for Men With Depression: Men's Positive Coping Strategies and Associated Depression, Resilience, and Work and Social Functioning. (United States)

    Fogarty, Andrea Susan; Proudfoot, Judy; Whittle, Erin Louise; Clarke, Janine; Player, Michael J; Christensen, Helen; Wilhelm, Kay


    . Man Central may meet the treatment needs of a subgroup of depressed men who are willing to engage with an e-mental health program. With further research, it may provide an acceptable option to those unwilling or unable to access traditional mental health services. Given the limitations of the study design, prospective studies are required, using controlled designs to further elucidate the effect of the program over time. ©Andrea Susan Fogarty, Judy Proudfoot, Erin Louise Whittle, Janine Clarke, Michael J Player, Helen Christensen, Kay Wilhelm. Originally published in JMIR Mental Health (, 10.08.2017.


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    Full Text Available În acest articol autorii scot în evidenţă aspectele generale şi particularităţile infracţiunilor contra vieţii săvârşite din imprudenţă. Unei analize minuţioase este supusă problema imprudenţei în legislaţiile străine; de asemenea, imprudenţa, este tratată şi sub aspectul atitudinii mentale a făptuitorului faţă de infracţiune la momentul săvârşirii acesteia. Actua­li­tatea temei investigate este determinată de progresele tehnologice şi ştiinţifice din care societatea umană are numai de câştigat, fapt ce poate fi observat prin metodele de tratament al unor maladii sau stări patologice; prin modul şi tehnicile de desfăşurare a muncii sau chiar prin simpla deservire efectuată de anumiţi subiecţi (fiind utilizate gadgeturi, drone etc., de unde pornesc nu doar aspectele pozitive, dar şi cele negative care se manifestă prin infracţiune. A fost analizată literatura juridică de specialitate din Republica Moldova, România şi din Federaţia Rusă, de asemenea şi practica judi­ciară în domeniu. Totodată, sunt formulate concluzii şi recomandări menite să contribuie la o mai bună înţelegere a circumstanţei „lipsire de viaţă din imprudenţă”.Some explanations regarding the imprudence in the cases concerning manslaughter: study of the comparative criminal law This article is intended to highlight the general and particularities aspects of criminal offence of the negligent manslaughter in accordance with the legislation of the foreign countries, also this study is intended to analyze the imprudent manslaughter, in another aspect, namely the mental attitude of the perpetrator at the time the crime was committed. The novelty of the investigation can be expressed in the fact that there are taking into account the scientific and technological advancement of human society, method and techniques of conducting maintenance work or simply being used by certain subjects gadgets, drones, etc. from

  11. Randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, clinical study on the effect of Diabetinol® on glycemic control of subjects with impaired fasting glucose

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    Full Text Available Malkanthi Evans,1 William V Judy,2 Dale Wilson,3 John A Rumberger,4 Najla Guthrie,1 1KGK Synergize Inc., London, ON, Canada; 2SIBR Research Inc., Bradenton, FL, USA; 3London Health Sciences Center, University of Western Ontario, London, ON, Canada; 4Princeton Longevity Center, Princeton, NJ, USA Background: This study investigated the efficacy of Diabetinol® in people with diabetes on medication but not meeting the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists and American Diabetes Association glycemic, blood pressure, and lipid targets. Subjects and methods: Fifty subjects, aged 18–75 years, with fasting blood glucose ≤15.4 mmol/L, hemoglobin A1c levels ≤12%, and a body mass index between 25 and 40 kg/m2, were enrolled in a 24-week, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, parallel study. Diabetinol® or placebo was administered as 2×525 mg capsules/day. Results: In the Diabetinol® group, 14.3% versus 0% in the placebo group, 33.3% versus 15.4% in placebo, 20.0% versus 12.5% in placebo, and 83.3% versus 60% in placebo achieved the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists and American Diabetes Association targets for hemoglobin A1c, low-density lipoprotein, total cholesterol, and systolic blood pressure, respectively. There was no difference in the maximum concentration (Cmax of serum glucose or area under the curve (AUC0–240 minutes. The time to Cmax was longer for participants on Diabetinol® than placebo group at week 12 (P=0.01. Fasting blood glucose increased from baseline to week 24 in both groups; however, this increase was 14.3 mg/dL lower in the Diabetinol® group versus placebo. The Diabetinol® group showed an increase of 5.53 mg/dL in fasting insulin at week 12 (P=0.09 and 3.2 mg/dL at week 24 (P=0.41 over and above the placebo group. A decrease of 1.5% in total cholesterol, 5.8% in low-density lipoprotein, and a 1.6% increase in high-density lipoprotein concentrations were seen in the Diabetinol® group

  12. Examining the Frequency and Contribution of Foods Eaten Away From Home in the Diets of 18- to 30-Year-Old Australians Using Smartphone Dietary Assessment (MYMeals): Protocol for a Cross-Sectional Study. (United States)

    Wellard-Cole, Lyndal; Jung, Jisu; Kay, Judy; Rangan, Anna; Chapman, Kathy; Watson, Wendy L; Hughes, Clare; Ni Mhurchu, Cliona; Bauman, Adrian; Gemming, Luke; Yacef, Kalina; Koprinska, Irena; Allman-Farinelli, Margaret


    three 24-hour recall interviews to compare with the data collected using EaT. Data mining techniques such as clustering, decision trees, neural networks, and support vector machines will be used to build predictive models and identify important patterns. Recruitment is underway, and results will be available in 2018. The contribution of foods prepared away from home, in terms of energy, nutrients, deleterious nutrients, and food groups to young people's diets will be determined, as will the impact on meeting national recommendations. Foods and consumption behaviors that should be targeted in future health promotion efforts for young adults will be identified. ©Lyndal Wellard-Cole, Jisu Jung, Judy Kay, Anna Rangan, Kathy Chapman, Wendy L Watson, Clare Hughes, Cliona Ni Mhurchu, Adrian Bauman, Luke Gemming, Kalina Yacef, Irena Koprinska, Margaret Allman-Farinelli. Originally published in JMIR Research Protocols (, 26.01.2018.

  13. Diversity in eMental Health Practice: An Exploratory Qualitative Study of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Service Providers. (United States)

    Bird, Jennifer; Rotumah, Darlene; Bennett-Levy, James; Singer, Judy


    specific and mainstream. While they referred clients to online treatment programs, they used only eMH resources designed for mobile devices in their face-to-face contact with clients. This paper provides Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander service providers and the eMH field with findings that may inform and guide the implementation of eMH resources. It may help policy developers locate this workforce within broader service provision planning for eMH. The findings could, with adaptation, have wider application to other workforces who work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients. The findings highlight the importance of identifying and addressing the particular needs of minority groups for eMH services and resources. ©Jennifer Bird, Darlene Rotumah, James Bennett-Levy, Judy Singer. Originally published in JMIR Mental Health (, 29.05.2017.

  14. Genesis Science Team Report on Mission Status (United States)

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    materials. The concentrator target materials were recovered, essentially intact. If a potentially analyzable size fragment is defined as 3mm smallest dimensions, we now have roughly15,000 samples. The crash produced high densities of particulate surface contamination in addition to the surface pits and scratches. For those materials compatible with wet cleaning (e.g. Si) we have been able to remove essentially all particles greater than 5 microns in size and significantly reduce the densities of smaller particles. The brown stain is variable in thickness (typically 50 Angstroms) and results in minor solar wind attenuation; however, it does interfere with almost all analysis methods and must be removed. We have had some success with atomic O etching, and this is being vigorously pursued at present. Analytical efforts are proceeding on a broad front at present, and sample requests can be made to the Genesis Sample Curator, Judy Allton at the Johnson Space Center. Our original measurement objectives are challenged to various degrees, but none appear impossible at this point. Preliminary data on H, He, Ne, Ar, Mg, and Fe fluences will be presented at this meeting.

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    , regardless of type or sector, for research and application that ultimately can lead to student success. Two literature reviews look at different aspects of retention. Dr. Judie Brill and her coauthors examine the critical need of improving doctoral student retention. They advocate for a mentoring model that incorporates aspects of peer and faculty mentoring.  The authors also propose incorporation of developmental projects, such as scholarly publication, that can help improve retention by providing a roadmap of how to be successful after obtaining the doctoral degree. Dr. Iris Yob takes a novel approach to retention by connecting it to service learning.  Her theoretical and empirical approach to integrating two lines of research—one on service learning and the other on the longer-term impacts of service learning on student persistence—set a foundation for pilot studies that explore the impact of service learning. Retention and persistence are complex issues; while a single special issue won’t address the multifaceted challenges associated with getting students to graduation, such publications can foster ideas that form the next generations of research in this area.  It is our hope that this issue helps generate some of these important questions.

  16. Late Quaternary Megafaunal Extinctions in Northern Eurasia: Latest Results (United States)

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    archaeological records in collaboration with colleagues at Durham University, Royal Holloway, University of London and Southampton University. It is clear from the results that environmental change had a major impact, but the geographical and chronological patterns are complex and there is striking variation in extinction dynamics between species. For example cave bear and spotted hyaena show early extinction in Europe c.28 cal ka, whereas cave lion and woolly rhino disappeared in the Late Glacial c.14 cal ka, and mammoth and giant deer persisted in limited areas well into the Holocene. Our current NERC funded project (3 years from March 2009) extends the scope of our research to include several species that survive to the present day: e.g. musk ox, reindeer, horse, red deer, and moose, and is also extended geographically to Alaska, and the Yukon. Modelling of vegetational changes during the last 40,000 years (by our colleagues at Durham: Judy Allen, Yvonne Collingham, Brian Huntley, using LPJ-Guess data from Paul Valdes) is providing much better geographical coverage than the available pollen data, and also structure and productivity of the vegetation - both of considerable importance to the mammal fauna. Comparing the chronological and geographical dynamics of extant and extinct species promises to shed light on why some species were lost whereas others survived. Moreover, by using a niche-modelling approach we hope to show whether or not species became extinct due to habitat loss, or whether other factors such as human hunting might have been involved in their final disappearance.

  17. Tradisi Khabanti Kantola sebagai Model Pendidikan Karakter Terintegrasi Kurikulum Lokal dalam Pendidikan Seni Budaya di Sekolah Menengah Kabupaten Mona

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    Full Text Available Penelitian  ini bertujuan  untuk  mengungkapkan  peran tradisi  kabhanti kantola  dalam pendidikan  karakter yang dapat dimanfaatkan secara terintegrasi dalam mata pelajaran seni budaya (lokal di sekolah menengah di Kabupaten Muna. Kabhanti kantola merupakan sebuah tradisi yang berfungsi sebagai sarana komunikasi dan hiburan  dalam  masyarakat  Muna dengan pola nyanyian  berbalas  pantun  (folksong  yang  diwariskan secara  turun-temurun. Lokasi  penelitian  adalah  tiga  kecamatan  di  kabupaten  Muna  yaitu,  Kecamatan Katobu, Kecamatan  Watuputih,  dan  Kecamatan  Tongkuno.  Data dikumpulkan   melalui  teknik observasi pementasan, teknik  rekam,  transkripsi, terjemahan, dan  interpretasi, data  kemudian  dianalisis  secara qualitatif-interpretatif. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan  bahwa makna dan nilai yang muncul dalam teks-teks Kabhanti kantola mengandung berbagai ajaran, nasehat, dan kritik-kritik yang membangun, membimbing, dan mengarahkan karakter masyarakat pendukungnya  Nilai-nilai itu diantaranya adalah menumbuhkan rasa kebersamaan,  ajaran  mengenai  etika  dalam  pergaulan,  bakti  kepada  orang  tua,  pentingnya  kemapanan ekonomi sebelum  berkeluarga,  dan larangan terhadap  judi. Kritik, araban, dan pesan seperti ini dimaksud­ kan untuk menciptakan  keserasian,  keselarasan,  dan keseimbangan sosial dalam kehidupan bermasyarakat, serta mempertahankan  nilai-nilai moralitas yang diyakini benar oleh masyarakat Muna. Pendidikan karakter terintegrasi dalam pendidikan seni budaya yang berbasis budaya lokal sangat penting diterapkan di sekolah Menengah di Kabupaten Muna. This research aims at the revealing of of kabbhanti kantola tradition rot e in character education that can be utilized  integratedly  in cultural art  lesson (the local lesson  at high schools  at Muna Regency. Kabbhanti kantola  is a tradition that has a function as a media of communication and

  18. 2012 best practices for repositories collection, storage, retrieval, and distribution of biological materials for research international society for biological and environmental repositories. (United States)


    Third Edition [Formula: see text] [Box: see text] Printed with permission from the International Society for Biological and Environmental Repositories (ISBER) © 2011 ISBER All Rights Reserved Editor-in-Chief Lori D. Campbell, PhD Associate Editors Fay Betsou, PhD Debra Leiolani Garcia, MPA Judith G. Giri, PhD Karen E. Pitt, PhD Rebecca S. Pugh, MS Katherine C. Sexton, MBA Amy P.N. Skubitz, PhD Stella B. Somiari, PhD Individual Contributors to the Third Edition Jonas Astrin, Susan Baker, Thomas J. Barr, Erica Benson, Mark Cada, Lori Campbell, Antonio Hugo Jose Froes Marques Campos, David Carpentieri, Omoshile Clement, Domenico Coppola, Yvonne De Souza, Paul Fearn, Kelly Feil, Debra Garcia, Judith Giri, William E. Grizzle, Kathleen Groover, Keith Harding, Edward Kaercher, Joseph Kessler, Sarah Loud, Hannah Maynor, Kevin McCluskey, Kevin Meagher, Cheryl Michels, Lisa Miranda, Judy Muller-Cohn, Rolf Muller, James O'Sullivan, Karen Pitt, Rebecca Pugh, Rivka Ravid, Katherine Sexton, Ricardo Luis A. Silva, Frank Simione, Amy Skubitz, Stella Somiari, Frans van der Horst, Gavin Welch, Andy Zaayenga 2012 Best Practices for Repositories: Collection, Storage, Retrieval and Distribution of Biological Materials for Research INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR BIOLOGICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL REPOSITORIES (ISBER) INTRODUCTION T he availability of high quality biological and environmental specimens for research purposes requires the development of standardized methods for collection, long-term storage, retrieval and distribution of specimens that will enable their future use. Sharing successful strategies for accomplishing this goal is one of the driving forces for the International Society for Biological and Environmental Repositories (ISBER). For more information about ISBER see . ISBER's Best Practices for Repositories (Best Practices) reflect the collective experience of its members and has received broad input from other repository professionals. Throughout this document

  19. PREFACE International Symposium on Spintronic Devices and Commercialization 2010 (United States)

    Du, You-wei; Judy, Jack; Qian, Zhenghong; Wang, Jianping


    very successful indeed. We are also grateful to the Advisory Committee, the Conference Chairs, the Excutive Chairs, the Academic Committee, the Organization Committee and the Secretariat for their fruitful work. We would especially like to thank all the organizers listed below for their support in all aspects of the conference. We would like to express our thanks to all the authors for their time and genuine efforts, and to the reviewers for their fruitful comments during the preparation of this volume. ISSDC'2010 ORGANIZATION Advisory Committee Chialing Chien, USAJunhao Chu, ChinaBernard Dieny, FranceKoichiro Inomata, Japan Liangmo Mei, ChinaJohn Sivertsen, USAMingjing Tu, ChinaDingsheng Wang, China Zhanguo Wang, ChinaQikun Xue, ChinaWenshan Zhan, China Conference Chairs Jack Judy, USAYouwei Du, China Executive Chairs Zhenghong Qian, USAJianping Wang, USA Organization Committee ChairJiyan Luo, China Vice ChairsGuilin Duan, ChinaLingling Sun, ChinaBaogen Shen, China MembersTiecheng Lu, ChinaDa Ma, ChinaYe Tian, China Jinsong Xu, ChinaQiuling XuChangmao Yang, China Guanghua Yu, ChinaYi Yan, China Academic Committee ChairsZhenghong Qian, USAYongbing Xu, UK Vice ChairsSeongtae Bae, SingaporeYong Jiang, ChinaDexin Wang, USA Huaiwu Zhang, ChinaJianhua Zhao, China MembersJianwang Cai, ChinaXiangdong Chen, ChinaHaifeng Ding, China Chunhong Hou, USAGunther Baubock, USABin Hu, USA Jungchun Huang, TaiwanDexuan Huo, ChinaYoon H Jeong, Korea Chihuang Lai, TaiwanRunwei Li, ChinaWei Liu, China Jing Shi, USAYasushi Takemura, JapanMark Tondra, USA Shan X Wang, USADi Wu, ChinaDesheng Xue, China Minglang Yan, USAShishen Yan, ChinaXiaofei Yang, China Chun Yeol You, KoreaWei Zhao, ChinaShiming Zhou, China Jianguo Zhu, China Secretariat Secretary-generalChangmao Yang, China Vice Secretary-generalJunli Wang, ChinaJinsong Xu, ChinaYe Tian, China MembersRu Bai, ChinaHongliang Zhan, China ISSDC' 2010 Organizers Department of Science and Technology, CSIC, China SpinIC Inc., China Hangzhou

  20. Five-year review of an international clinical research-training program

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    Full Text Available Claudia Kimie Suemoto,1,2 Sherine Ismail,1,3 Paulo César Rodrigues Pinto Corrêa,1,4,5 Faiza Khawaja,1,6 Teodoro Jerves,1 Laura Pesantez,1 Ana Claudia Camargo Gonçalves Germani,1,7 Fabio Zaina,1,8 Augusto Cesar Soares dos Santos Junior,1,9,10 Ricardo Jorge de Oliveira Ferreira,1,11 Priyamvada Singh,1,12 Judy Vicente Paulo,1,13 Suely Reiko Matsubayashi,1,14 Liliane Pinto Vidor,1,15 Guilherme Andretta,1,16 Rita Tomás,1,17 Ben MW Illigens,1,18 Felipe Fregni1,18,19 1Collaborative Learning in Clinical Research Program, Principles and Practice of Clinical Research (PPCR, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA; 2Discipline of Geriatrics, Department of Internal Medicine, University of São Paulo Medical School, São Paulo, Brazil; 3King Abdullah International Medical Research Center, King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences, Pharmaceutical Care Department, King Khalid Hospital, NGHA, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia; 4Discipline of Internal Medicine and Medical Semiology, Department of Internal Medicine, Federal University of Ouro Preto (UFOP Medical School, Ouro Preto, Brazil; 5Discipline of Pneumology, Department of Internal Medicine, Centro Universitário de Belo Horizonte (Uni-BH, Belo Horizonte, Brazil; 6Canadian Centre for Advanced Eye Therapeutics, Mississauga, ON, Canada; 7Department of Preventive Medicine, University of São Paulo Medical School, São Paulo, Brazil; 8Italian Scientific Spine Institute (ISICO, Milan, Italy; 9Hospital Osvaldo Rezende Franco, Betim, Brazil; 10Nucleo de Avaliação de Tecnologia em Saude, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil; 11Department of Rheumatology, Centro Hospitalar e Universitário de Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal; 12Department of Internal Medicine, Saint Vincent Hospital, Worcester, MA, USA; 13Portuguese Institute of Oncology, Coimbra, Portugal; 14Acupuncture

  1. Book Reviews

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    Full Text Available -Sandra L. Richards, Judy S.J. Stone, Theatre. London: Macmillan Caribbean, 1994. xii + 268 pp. -Lowell Fiet, Errol Hill, The Jamaican stage, 1655-1900: profile of a colonial theatre. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1992. xiv + 346 pp. -Supriya Nair, Bruce King, V.S. Naipaul. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1993. viii + 170 pp. -Agnes Lugo-Ortiz, Donald E. Rice, The rhetorical uses of the authorizing figure: Fidel Castro and José Martí. Westport CT: Praeger, 1992. xviii + 163 pp. -Graciella Cruz-Taura, Juan A. Martínez, Cuban art and national identity: The Vanguardia painters, 1927-1950. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 1994. xiv + 189 pp. -Graciella Cruz-Taura, Luis Camnitzer, New art of Cuba. Austin; University of Texas Press, 1994. xxx + 400 pp. -Gary Brana-Shute, Richard Price ,On the mall: Presenting Maroon tradition-bearers at the 1992 festival of American folklife. Bloomington: Folklore Institute, Indiana University, 1994. xi + 123 pp., Sally Price (eds -Erika Bourguignon, Stephan Palmié, Das Exil der Götter: Geschichte und Vorstellungswelt einer afrokubanischen Religion. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 1991. vii + 520 pp. -Carla Freeman, Daniel Miller, Modernity, an ethnographic approach: Dualism and mass consumption in Trinidad. Oxford: Berg Publishers, 1994. 340 pp. -Daniel A. Segal, Kelvin Singh, Race and class: Struggles in a colonial state: Trinidad 1917-1945. Kingston; The Press - University of the West Indies, 1994. xxii + 284 pp. -Evelyne Huber, Patsy Lewis, Jamaica: Preparing for the twenty-first century. Kingston: Ian Randle, 1994. xvi + 272 pp. -Diane Vernon, Elisa Janine Sobo, One blood: The Jamaican body. Albany NY: State University of New York Press, 1993. vii + 329 pp. -Robert Myers, Patrick L. Baker, Centring the periphery: Chaos. order and the ethnohistory of Dominica. Kingston: The Press - University of the West Indies, 1994. xxviii + 251 pp. -Riva Berleant-Schiller, Debra Evenson, Revolution in the

  2. Frof Guest Editors

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    social interaction. He emphasises that rapid development of technology and unique characteristics of the creative society require a shift from traditional teaching concepts to student centered learning in education. The third article arrived from Elisabetta Cigognini, Giuseppina Rita Mangione, Maria Chiara Pettenati and Elizabeth M.C. Guerin from Italy, the authors of the fourth article, examine the use of Web 2.0 and social software tools to facilitate the development of Personal Knowledge Management (PKM skills that they believe are critical for lifelong learning in the knowledge society of the 21st century. They contend that:Social networking tools and methods provide… tremendous opportunity… to lead the learner into a learning and knowledge landscape in which PKM skills and competencies are both the enabling condition and final outcome of the… learning experience. From the implementation perspective, they also propose an instructional design model to support such applications, based on Connectivist (Siemens, 2004 theory. The special issue goes with an article by Eren Kesim and Esmahan Agaoglu (Turkey, who take on the view that Web 2.0 and social software herald a major paradigm shift for the field of distance education. In arguing their case, the authors examine Web 2.0 in the context of historical development of distance education, tracing the evolution of learning technologies since the 1960s. The article concludes with a discussion of emerging trends and implications for educators, institutions and learners. The fifth article, “Bounded and unbounded knowledge: Teaching and learning in a Web 2 world”, Judy Nagy and Chris Bigum (Australia discuss how the advent of the ‘read/write Web’, incorporating web-based software that gives anyone and everyone with Internet access the ability to publish online, poses ongoing challenges and issues for traditional distributors as well as creators of content and knowledge. In the same vein, these changes have caused

  3. BOOK REVIEW: Case Studies in Knowledge Management

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    In the fourth chapter, Gail Corbitt discussesdefinition identification and the transfer of the core competencies associated with thesplit to all employees who need to have them when HP splits into HP and AgilentSection three explores the importance of a KM strategy in the implementation of a KMinitiative. In chapter five, Afsoun Hatami and Robert D. Galliers discuss long term impactsof knowledge (re use and organizational memory on effectiveness of strategic decisions.Suzanne Zyngier, Frada Burstein, and Judy McKay, in chapter six discusses governancestrategies to manage organizational knowledge in Australia’s Science and TechnologyDevelopment Organization. In chapter seven, Summer E. Bartczak and Ellen C. Englanddiscuss the issues and challenges in developing KM strategy for the United States’ AirForce Material Command’s.In section four, the use of KM in the support of projects and project management arediscussed. Elayne Coakes, Anton Bradburn, and Cathy Blake, in chapter eight discuss thetopic ‘KM in a projects-t climate’. Under this topic, they mainly focus on using of KM tominimize mischance by promoting best practices in the British construction firm TaylorWoodrow In chapter nine, Jill Owen and Frada Burstein look at where knowledge residesin an Australian consulting firm and how the firm uses this knowledge to improve projectperformance. This case study highlights the importance of understanding the drivers ofknowledge transfer and reuse in the projects.In section five KM in support of knowledge transfer is explored and discussed. Zhang Li,Tian Yezhuang, and Li Ping, in chapter ten, focus on the effect of knowledge sharing inthe process of enterprise resource planning (ERP system implementation in a Chinesemanufacturing firm. Thomas Hahn, Bernhard Schmiedinger, and Elisabeth Stephan, inchapter eleven, discuss the use of communities of practice and other techniques toimprove the transfer of knowledge in and between Austrian small and medium

  4. Obituary: Malcolm Raff (1940-2010) (United States)

    Shuch, H.


    about him - or they didn't, it didn't matter. He liked living in Berkeley because of the university atmosphere. He sort-of never left college, but he did make the transition from student to teacher. Teaching was what he did, it is the role that he liked to be in - and he was good at it. He saw it as a two step process: acquire knowledge, then dispense it - and he liked both aspects." "Some say the measure of a man is in what he accomplishes," notes Mal's fellow musician, pilot, ham radio operator, and former coworker George Golda. "One can certainly say Mal was a Jack of all trades and Master of ALL, but the true measure of Mal was his deep compassion for all things living. His insight into human nature and his empathy for others broke through his sometimes crusty but thin veneer. No matter how much he tried, he could not hide the fact that he loved you. His tongue-in-cheek sense of humor coupled with his sly grin would floor you, and will be sorely missed by all who knew him. Sometimes we are lucky in this life to cross the path of a rare jewel. Mal was that jewel to his wife Connie, and the myriad of family and friends too numerous to name." Malcolm Isaac Raff was diagnosed with a glioblastoma on August 1, 2010, and died at home three months later. He is survived by his wife Connie Woods, sister Judi Lehrhaupt in Pennsylvania, the aforementioned eight birds, and a very old and wise adopted tortoise.

  5. Obituary: E. Dorrit Hoffleit, 1907-2007 (United States)

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    American Association of Variable Star Observers, where MMO papers still turn up, though perhaps not so many as in Dorrit's day. She would also continue education and public outreach activities in the local community that her predecessor, Margaret Harwood, had established. Summer research experience for undergraduate opportunities have become common, but they were rare in 1957, especially for women students, and the ones who came to MMO (more than one hundred over her term) were undoubtedly very strongly motivated. They left even more so, with the striking result that about 25 of the Hoffleit students became professional astronomers. A few of the earliest are now retired; many remain in stellar astronomy, but others have spread across the Solar System and the galaxies. According to a list compiled by Dorrit, with minor additions, these are, in chronological order: Margo Friedel Aller, Andrea Knudsen Dupree, Barbara Welther, Gretchen Luft Hagen Harris, Nancy Houk, Martha Safford Hanner, Diane Reeve Moorhead, Nancy Remage Evans, Catherine Doremus Garmany, Jane Turner, Jean Warren Goad, Karen Alper Castle, Marcia Keyes Rieke, Judy Karpen, Karen Kwitter, Esther Hu, Bonnie Buratti, Harriet Dinerstein, Melissa McGrath, Constance Phillips Walker, John Briggs, Deborah Crocker, Edward Morgan, and Karen Meech. The program went co-ed shortly before Dorrit handed it over to Emilia Belaserne). A special paragraph must go to Janet Akyüz Mattei. She came to MMO in the summer of 1969 upon the recommendation of Paris Pismis, an Armenian-Turkish-Mexican astronomer who had known Janet in Turkey and was a very old friend of Dorrit's (and of mine). Janet's own obituary sadly appeared in these pages (BAAS, 36, pp. 1681-82, 2004), the last 30 of her only 61 years having been spent as the director of AAVSO. Among the many important things Janet did in that directorial capacity was to persuade Dorrit Hoffleit to write up the story of her life for publication by AAVSO in 2002, from which much of

  6. From Editor

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    GRACIOUS, Muttom and F. L. Jasmine Anne SHYLA, Manavalakurichy, India. This present study disscuse Multiple Intelligence and Digital Learning Awareness of prospective B.Ed teachers was probed to find the relationship between Multiple Intelligence and Digital Learning Awareness of Prospective B.Ed Teachers.The 4th articles are from, USA which is on “eFACT: Formative Assessment of Classroom Teaching For Online Classes”, conducted by Gina G. BERRIDGE and Judy WELLS from University of Southern Indiana and Samantha PENNEY, from Indiana State University. Their paper explores the pilot of an evaluation of student learning through anonymous feedback at mid-semester in seven online courses. Electronic Formative Assessment of Classroom Teaching (eFACT is a process of gathering anonymous student feedback through a faculty consultant using e-mail.The 5th article again from Turkey which is titled as “Language Learning in Second Life: American and Turkish Students’ Experiences” written by Cem BALCIKANLI, Gazi University, Ankara. This study reports the Second Life experiences of American students learning Turkish as a foreign language in the University of Florida, the USA and of Turkish students learning English as a foreign language at Gazi University, Turkey.The 6th article from again Zimbabwe on “Examination Management As A Way of Achieving Quality Assurance in ODL Institutions: The Case of Zimbabwe Open University” written by Onias MAFA and Enna Sukutai GUDHLANGA, imbabwe Open University. Their paper discusses the examinations management at ZOU with a special focus on the setting, administering, marking right up to the publication of results. It also discusses the challenges that ZOU is facing in conducting examinations. It will finally emerge with some valuable practical suggestions on how ZOU can improve on its examination management and thereby achieve quality assurance in all its programmes.“Preservice Teachers’ Perceptions About Their Problem Solving Skills in