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  1. David Barker: the revolution that anticipates existence

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    Italo Farnetani

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available David Barker is the man who “anticipated" the existence of babies by focusing attention on the importance of the fetus and what takes place during intrauterine life. Barker was one of the physicians who in the last decades brought about the greatest changes in medicine, changes so important as to represent a veritable revolution in medical thought. According to Barker's studies, the embryo obviously has a genetic complement coming from the mother and father, but from the very first stages of development it begins to undergo the influence of the outside environment, just as occurs for adults whose biological, psychological and pathological aspects are influenced by the environment to a not well-established percentage between genetic complement and epigenetics. Much of our future lives as adults is decided in our mothers' wombs. If Barker's discovery was revolutionary from the cultural standpoint, it was even more so from the strictly medical one. Barker's research method was rigid from the methodological standpoint, but innovative and speculative in its working hypotheses, with a humanistic slant. Barker's idea has another practical corollary: it is evident that the role of obstetricians, perinatologists and neonatologists is more and more relevant in medicine and future prevention. Unquestionably, besides the enormous merits of his clinical research, among the benefits that Barker has contributed there is that of having helped us to see things from new points of view. Not only is the neonate (and even more so the fetus not an adult of reduced proportions, but perhaps the neonate is the "father" of the adult person.

  2. Ultrasound strain imaging using Barker code

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    Peng, Hui; Tie, Juhong; Guo, Dequan

    2017-01-01

    Ultrasound strain imaging is showing promise as a new way of imaging soft tissue elasticity in order to help clinicians detect lesions or cancers in tissues. In this paper, Barker code is applied to strain imaging to improve its quality. Barker code as a coded excitation signal can be used to improve the echo signal-to-noise ratio (eSNR) in ultrasound imaging system. For the Baker code of length 13, the sidelobe level of the matched filter output is -22dB, which is unacceptable for ultrasound strain imaging, because high sidelobe level will cause high decorrelation noise. Instead of using the conventional matched filter, we use the Wiener filter to decode the Barker-coded echo signal to suppress the range sidelobes. We also compare the performance of Barker code and the conventional short pulse in simulation method. The simulation results demonstrate that the performance of the Wiener filter is much better than the matched filter, and Baker code achieves higher elastographic signal-to-noise ratio (SNRe) than the short pulse in low eSNR or great depth conditions due to the increased eSNR with it.

  3. Catherine Magnier (1968 - 2016)

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    2016-01-01

    Catherine, you arrived at CERN in May 2000 as a mechanical draughtswoman in the TS department’s mechanical studies office.    In keeping with your nature, your arrival was very discrete, but you soon became well known and appreciated by all thanks to the skill, professionalism and perfectionism that you brought to the projects on which you worked. Following on from your involvement and success in studies for the LHC’s collimators and electrical feed boxes, the Hiradmat test area and the complete renovation of the PS complex access control system, you joined the High-Luminosity LHC project in February 2014. We must also mention your interests outside of work, including motorbikes, botany and fish-keeping, which you pursued with the same passion and thirst for knowledge that you brought to your work. The messages and tributes received since your death have only served to reinforce our memory of you as a beautiful and charming person – a memory that will stay w...

  4. Herman kes? Catherine kuidas? / Jochen Bittner

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    Bittner, Jochen

    2009-01-01

    Autor analüüsib, miks valiti Euroopa Parlamendi presidendiks Belgia peaminister Herman Van Rompuy ning välis- ja julgeolekupoliitika kõrgemaks esindajaks Euroopa komisjoni kaubandusvolinik Catherine Ashton

  5. THE BARKER HYPOTHESIS: IMPLICATIONS FOR FUTURE DIRECTIONS IN TOXICOLOGY RESEARCH

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    This review covers the past year’s papers germane to the Barker hypothesis. While much of the literature has centered on maternal and developmental nutrition, new findings have emerged on the ability of toxic exposures during development to impact fetal/developmental programming....

  6. Catherine Ashton avas naistele ukse / Siiri Oviir

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    Oviir, Siiri, 1947-

    2009-01-01

    Europarlamendi saadik Siiri Oviir peab Catherine Ashtoni EL-i välisministriks valimist suureks sammuks soolise võrdõiguslikkuse ja tasakaalustatuse poole. Samas taunib ta EL tippjuhtide valimist kinnises ringis, kuna otsuste kehv läbipaistvus ei soodusta liikmesriikide ja nende kodanike aktiivsuse kasvu ning nad ei tunne end piisavalt seotud ELi institutsioonidega

  7. Encounter with Catherine Laverrière

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    2018-01-01

    After a 35-year career at CERN, Catherine Laverrière will retire in June. When you meet Catherine for the first time, you are greeted by a smiling, calm and caring person. Once you work with her, you will get to discover the energy that feeds her great working capacity and witness the accuracy of her words and assessments. Catherine arrived at CERN as an administrative assistant in the SB division (Services and Buildings) in April 1983 and typed her first calls for tenders for the construction of the LEP with a typewriter. In November 1989, while on maternity leave to welcome her firstborn, she could not participate in the inauguration day of the LEP, the culmination of a long and exciting collaboration. As after any major project, CERN went through a restructuring and Catherine continued her journey, remaining in the “technical” field and working, among others, for the MT-SM group of Cristoforo Benvenuti, then for Paul Faugeras and, from 1996 to 2004 for the LHC-CRI group (cryo...

  8. Investigating Trauma in Narrating World War I: A Psychoanalytical Reading of Pat Barker's "Regeneration"

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    Sadjadi, Bakhtiar; Esmkhani, Farnaz

    2016-01-01

    The present paper seeks to critically read Pat Barker's "Regeneration" in terms of Cathy Caruth's psychoanalytic study of trauma. This analysis attempts to trace the concepts of latency, post-traumatic stress disorders, traumatic memory, and trauma in Barker's novel in order to explore how trauma and history are interrelated in the…

  9. Anne-Sylvie Catherin, Head of the Human Resources Department

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    2009-01-01

    Anne-Sylvie Catherin has been appointed Head of the Human Resources Department with effect from 1 August 2009. Mrs Catherin is a lawyer specialized in International Administration and joined CERN in 1996 as legal advisor within the Office of the HR Department Head. After having been promoted to the position of Group Leader responsible for social and statutory conditions in 2000, Mrs Catherin was appointed Deputy of the Head of the Human Resources Department and Group Leader responsible for Strategy, Management and Development from 2005 to date. Since 2005, she has also served as a member of CCP and TREF. In the execution of her mandate as Deputy HR Department Head, Mrs Catherin closely assisted the HR Department Head in the organization of the Department and in devising new HR policies and strategies. She played an instrumental role in the last five-yearly review and in the revision of the Staff Rules and Regulations.

  10. The choice: Lewellys F. Barker and the full-time plan.

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    Bryan, Charles S; Stinson, M Shawn

    2002-09-17

    In 1914, Lewellys F. Barker, William Osler's successor as Professor of Medicine and physician-in-chief at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, resigned to enter private practice rather than accept the terms of a full-time plan, whereby professors in clinical departments would be salaried like other professors in the university. Barker had been an early proponent of the full-time plan. His decision reflected not only a personal desire for a larger income but also contradictions inherent in the Flexnerian ideal of clinical medicine as a research-oriented university discipline devoid of financial incentives to see patients. In private practice, Barker maintained a high profile as a teacher, writer, supporter of the Johns Hopkins medical institutions, and public figure. The issues raised by his difficult decision remain relevant and have not been satisfactorily resolved.

  11. A 3000 yr paleostorm record from St. Catherines Island, Georgia

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    Braun, Erick; Meyer, Brian; Deocampo, Daniel; Kiage, Lawrence M.

    2017-09-01

    Tropical cyclones (hurricanes in the northern hemisphere) are amongst the most devastating of the world's natural disasters and cause billions of dollars in damage every year. Data on the likelihood of a coastal site being struck by a major hurricane strike can potentially aid in planning and mitigation efforts that could save money and lives. However, forecasting requires data that are currently insufficient for the Georgia Bight. This study provides information to enhance the paleohurricane record by analysis of a 467 cm thick vibracore raised from St. Catherines Island, GA. Sediment geochemistry and foraminiferal assemblages indicate deposits attributable to seven paleohurricane events, five of which were likely major hurricanes when they made landfall on St. Catherines. Magnitudes were estimated by comparison to the overwash deposit left by ;The Sea Islands hurricane of 1893;, a major hurricane recorded by the recent sediment of St. Catherines Island. The St. Catherines record also shows a change in the activity levels on the Georgia coast with two distinct activity regimes over the past 3000 years.

  12. Catherine Doss joins College of Science as communications manager

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    Doss, Catherine

    2005-01-01

    Catherine Doss, of Blacksburg, Va., has been named college communications manager for the College of Science at Virginia Tech. In her new position, Doss will be responsible for planning and communicating the achievements and aspirations of the College of Science to its many audiences, including students, faculty, staff, alumni, and peer research institutions.

  13. Understanding Zika virus pathogenesis: an interview with Catherine Spong

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    Spong, Catherine Y.

    2016-01-01

    A recent outbreak of Zika virus has been linked to fetal abnormalities in pregnant women who have been infected. The scientific community is working toward understanding Zika virus pathogenesis to better manage affected women and children. In an interview with Dr. Catherine Spong, we discuss the aims and challenges of a forthcoming longitudinal study of a cohort of pregnant women in areas of current active Zika virus transmission.

  14. Geologic setting of the St. Catherine basement rocks, Sinai, Egypt

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    Abdel Maksoud, M. A. [محمد علي عبدالمقصود; Khalek, M. L. Abdel; Oweiss, K. A.

    1993-01-01

    St. Catherine area, some 900 km in size, is dominated by basement rocks Encompassing old continental gneisses, metasediments, greenstone belt, calc-alkaline granites (G-II-granites), rift-related volcanics (RV), and anorogenic within plate granites (G-III-granites). The greenstone belt is composed of subduction-related volcanics (SV) intercalated with metasediments. These volcanics split into older group (moderately metamorphosed) and younger group (slightly metamorphosed). The calc-alkaline ...

  15. Catherine II as Female Ruler: The Power of Enlightened Womanhood

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    Victoria Ivleva

    2015-09-01

    Full Text Available This article examines some of the complexities of female rule during the reign of Catherine II (1762-1796. It argues that in addition to the Baroque scenarios of power inherited from her predecessors, the German-born Russian empress employed the cultural roles of an “enlightened” woman of merit – a matriarch, a craftswoman, a house manager, and an educator – roles that projected positive values of womanhood, in order to position her femininity as beneficial to the state and to thereby legitimize her authority as a female sovereign.

  16. Life as an early career researcher: interview with Catherine Martel.

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    Martel, Catherine

    2016-03-01

    Catherine Martel speaks to Francesca Lake, Managing Commissioning Editor: Catherine Martel obtained her PhD from the Université de Montréal and pursued a postdoctoral fellowship first at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York (NY, USA), then at Washington University School of Medicine in St Louis (MO, USA), and obtained the Junior Investigator Award for Women from the Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis and Vascular Biology council of the American Heart Association. Her postdoctoral work is certainly groundbreaking and brings forward new considerations in the field: she discovered that the lymphatic vessel route, the network that runs in parallel with the blood vessels, is critical for removing cholesterol from multiple tissues, including the aortic wall. In 2013, she joined the Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis and Vascular Biology Early Career Committee, eager to bring a Canadian perspective to the group and get involved in council activities. Since 2014, she is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Medicine at the Université de Montréal, and a research scientist at the Montreal Heart Institute. Her research program now focuses on characterizing the physiopathologic role of the lymphatics in the initiation, progression and regression of atherosclerosis. Basic and translational research will allow her team to identify the causes of lymphatic dysfunction, and eventually target potential therapeutic strategies aiming at improving lymphatic function at the different levels of the atherothrombotic disease. You can follow her laboratory at @LaboMartel_ICM.

  17. Mary Catherine and Me: Building Cross-Cultural Relationships in "Post-Racial" America

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    Bruno, Holly Elissa

    2009-01-01

    In 1963, President Obama's parents could not have married legally in a number of states. Mary Catherine and the author graduated from Corning Free Academy in Corning, New York, in June 1963. The lessons they learned were wrenching: "Someone is going to get hurt." Doors that opened for the author slammed in Mary Catherine's face. Holding Mary…

  18. Entrevue guidée avec Catherine Teiger Cailloux

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    Esther Cloutier

    2008-05-01

    Full Text Available Au cours de cette entrevue, Catherine Cailloux Teiger, figure de proue de l’ergonomie française, raconte comment, lors de son entrée dans au Laboratoire d’ergonomie et de physiologie du travail du CNAM, elle a découvert cette nouvelle discipline en voie d’élaboration. On apprend que dès ses premières expériences de recherche sur le terrain, sa préoccupation constante de créer et mettre au point des méthodes de cueillettes de données révélatrices de l’activité réelle de travail était déjà présente. Ce récit de décennies de travail de recherche balaie un large spectre de questions de recherche souvent inédites alors telles que le travail des femmes, l’usure au travail, le vieillissement au travail, la morbidité et mortalité différentielles entre différentes catégories d’emplois ouvriers, malgré une apparente homogénéité de statut. L’entrevue se termine par des réflexions sur les tendances actuelles qui traversent la discipline et la pratique de l’ergonomie française.During this interview, Catherine Cailloux Teiger, a leader in French ergonomics, tells how, when she joined the CNAM Laboratoire d’ergonomie et de physiologie du travail, she discovered this new discipline that was in the process of being developed. We learn that with her first field research studies, her constant concern about creating and developing data collection methods that reveal the actual work activity was already present. This account about decades of research work scans a large spectrum of often original research questions such as women’s work, attrition in the workplace, ageing in the workplace, and the differential morbidity and mortality between various manual labour categories, despite an apparent homogeneity of status. The interview ends with reflection on the current trends intersecting the discipline and on the practice of French ergonomics.A lo largo de esta entrevista, Catherine Teiger Cailloux, figura emblem

  19. Catherine Malabou’s Hegel: One or several plasticities?

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    Moder Gregor

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available Through an original and extraordinarily fruitful reading of the Hegelian conception of negativity, Catherine Malabou developed the concept of plasticity which she keeps working on as one of her cardinal concepts even to this day. Engaging in the problematic of unity in Hegel, the paper takes on the task of trying to answer the question whether plasticity is one or are there several plasticities. The author argues that one must be careful not to reduce the inherent multiple of plasticity to a single plasticity which becomes plasticity par excellence: the plasticity of plastic explosion, of an abrupt and absolute break, to be distinguished from a creative or productive plasticity of habit. Malabou claimed that Hegel was - contrary to what Deleuz read in him - a philosopher of conceptual multitude as a multitude which cannot be reduced to only one image, the image of unity. If this is true, then the concept of plasticity itself with which she grasped the essence of Hegel’s dialectics, should be understood at least as a “unity in conflict”, if not as an inorganic, inhomogeneous, composed unity - and perhaps even as a unity of the pack.

  20. News from HR: a word from Anne-Sylvie Catherin

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    2016-01-01

    Anne-Sylvie Catherin, head of HR Department, looks back over her years at CERN before taking up her new position at the European Central Bank.   At the end of July, I will be leaving CERN on a special leave of absence to take up a new position at the European Central Bank. This is a new chapter in my career, in a new context with its own challenges, and as I prepare for it, I would like to take a little time to look back over my years at CERN and share with you the enriching journey it has been, both for myself and for HR. It has always been my strong belief that any organisation’s greatest asset is its people. When an HR professional believes that, it’s only a short step to the conclusion that the best way to nurture those people is by adopting a professional approach to HR. In this respect, I arrived at a very fortuitous time. Enrico Chiaveri was head of HR and, although his background is in physics, we shared that same conviction. Enrico was the icebreaker in driving change, a...

  1. The "infertility" of Catherine de Medici and its influence on 16th century France.

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    Gordetsky, Jennifer; Rabinowitz, Ronald; O'Brien, Jeanne

    2009-04-01

    Catherine de Medici, queen consort of King Henry II of France, was a powerful woman at a time when power for her sex was determined by fecundity. A decade long history of infertility might have placed her at risk for condemnation, but her husband's known urologic abnormalities played in her favor. This presentation will address the penile deformity of her husband, Henry II, and how this likely played a crucial role in her eventual rise to power, the interventions undertaken with regard to her purported infertility, and the historical ramifications when Catherine de Medici went on to have children. A review of the literature of the lives of Catherine de Medici, King Henry II, and their children was completed. The inability to conceive an heir in the first decade of Catherine de Medici's marriage was attributed to Henry II, who was born with hypospadias and chordee. Through the intervention of Doctor Jean Fernel, the royal couple went on to have 10 children. When Henry II died in 1559 Catherine de Medici went on to rule France in the name of her sons for the next 3 decades, until her death in 1589. Henry II was born with hypospadias and chordee, and this contributed to the inability of Catherine de Medici to conceive a child for the first 10 years of their marriage. The cure of "her" infertility changed the course of history, as she subsequently ruled in the name of her sons following the death of Henry II.

  2. Catherine Cesarsky - President Elect of the International Astronomical Union (IAU)

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    2003-07-01

    The General Assembly of the International Astronomical Union (IAU), meeting in Sydney (Australia), has appointed the ESO Director General, Dr. Catherine Cesarsky, as President Elect for a three-year period (2003-2006). The IAU is the world's foremost organisation for astronomy, uniting almost 9000 professional scientists on all continents. The IAU General Assembly also elected Prof. Ron Ekers (Australia) as President (2003 - 2006). Dr. Cesarsky will then become President of the IAU in 2006, when the General Assembly next meets in Prague (The Czech Republic). Dr. Cesarsky is the first woman scientist to receive this high distinction. "The election of Catherine Cesarsky as President-Elect of the IAU is an important recognition for a scientist who has made impressive contributions to various areas of modern astrophysics, from cosmic rays to the interstellar medium and cosmology" , commented the outgoing IAU President, Prof. Franco Pacini. "It is also an honour and an important accolade for the European astronomical community in general and ESO in particular." Dr. Cesarsky, who assumed the function as ESO Director General in 1999, was born in France. She received a degree in Physical Sciences at the University of Buenos Aires and graduated with a PhD in Astronomy in 1971 from Harvard University (Cambridge, Mass., USA). Afterwards she worked at the California Institute of Technology (CALTECH). In 1974, she became a staff member of the Service d'Astrophysique (SAp), Direction des Sciences de la Matière (DSM), Commissariat à l'Energie Atomique (CEA) (France). As Director of DSM (1994 - 1999), she was leading about 3000 scientists, engineers and technicians active within a broad spectrum of basic research programmes in physics, chemistry, astrophysics and earth sciences. Dr. Cesarsky is known for her successful research activities in several central areas of modern astrophysics. She first worked on the theory of cosmic ray propagation and acceleration, and galactic gamma

  3. The distribution of triclosan and methyl-triclosan in marine sediments of Barker Inlet, South Australia.

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    Fernandes, Milena; Shareef, Ali; Kookana, Rai; Gaylard, Sam; Hoare, Sonja; Kildea, Tim

    2011-04-01

    In this work, we investigated the transport and burial of triclosan and its methylated derivative, in surface sediments near the mouth of Barker Inlet in South Australia. The most likely source of this commonly used bactericide to the area is a wastewater outfall discharging at the confluence of the inlet with marine waters. Triclosan was detected in all samples, at concentrations (5-27 μg kg(-1)) comparable to values found in other surface sediments under the influence of marine wastewater outfalls. Its dispersal was closely associated with fine and organic-rich fractions of the sediments. Methyl-triclosan was detected in approximately half of the samples at concentrations compound was linked to both wastewater discharges and biological methylation of the parent compound. Wastewater-borne methyl-triclosan had a smaller spatial footprint than triclosan and was mostly deposited in close proximity to the outfall. In situ methylation of triclosan likely occurs at deeper depositional sites, whereas the absence of methyl-triclosan from shallower sediments was potentially explained by photodegradation of the parent compound. Based on partition equilibrium, a concentration of triclosan in the order of 1 μg L(-1) was estimated in sediment porewaters, a value lower than the threshold reported for harmful effects to occur in the couple of species of marine phytoplankton investigated to date. Methyl-triclosan presents a greater potential for bioaccumulation than triclosan, but the implications of its occurrence to aquatic ecosystem health are difficult to predict given the lack of ecotoxicological data in the current literature.

  4. A page is turned with the departure of Anne-Sylvie Catherin

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    2016-01-01

    The Staff Association wants to thank Anne Sylvie Catherin for her achievements during her career at CERN, and in particular during her mandate of head of the Human Resources Department. Anne-Sylvie Catherin arrived at CERN as a lawyer specialized in labor law of International Organizations, and she brought along her knowledge, as well as an unparalleled energy and professionalism. The Staff Association has particularly appreciated her collaborative approach during discussions in the concertation process. This attitude has clearly contributed to the implementation of significant change in the management of human resources, while preserving social peace. We expect that the person who will succeed Anne-Sylvie Catherin will have the same constructive attitude, in respect of the concertation process, as well as a continuity in the definition and implementation of HR processes. Finally, we hope that the new head of HR will be able to develop a long-term vision for the Organization and its staff, measuring to the vi...

  5. Broadway teatrites näeb Denzel Washingtoni ja Catherine Zeta-Jonesi / Andres Laasik

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    Laasik, Andres, 1960-2016

    2010-01-01

    New Yorgis välja antud Tony teatriauhinna pälvisid filminäitlejad Denzel Washington, Catherine Zeta-Jones ja Scarlett Johansson. Parim lavale naasnud näidend - "Piirdeaed", parim uus näidend - draama "Punane", mis räägib läti päritolu maalikunstnikust Mark Rothkost. Parim muusikal - "Memphis"

  6. Kuidas hoida meie ühiseid väärtusi? / Catherine Todd Bailey

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    Todd Bailey, Catherine

    2007-01-01

    USA Läti suursaadiku Catherine Todd Bailey 16. oktoobril peetud kõne Läti Ülikooli aulas, kus ta kritiseeris teravalt Läti poliitilist olukorda ja hoiatas riiki USA-ga ühiste väärtuste hajumise eest

  7. Telescoping the origins of obesity to women's bodies: how gender inequalities are being squeezed out of Barker's hypothesis.

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    Warin, Megan; Moore, Vivienne; Zivkovic, Tanya; Davies, Michael

    2011-07-01

    This paper traces the genealogy of the Barker hypothesis and its intersections with popular representations of scientific discourses about pregnancy and maternal obesity. Drawing on Foucault's genealogical method, this study examines the historical 'descent' of the developmental origins of adult disease and its initial grounding in structural factors of gender inequality and low socioeconomic status. In the more recent reproductive medicine literature, Barker's hypothesis has been used to understand the causes and consequences of foetal over-nutrition and has shifted its focus from social determinants to individual, gendered bodies. The print media has gainfully employed this conceptualization of obesity and, in doing so, placed women, and mothers in particular, as causal agents in the reproduction of obesity across generations. Such a 'common sense' understanding of obesity production and reproduction means that both the scientific literature and the public understanding of science has inadvertently assisted in putting women forward as the transmitters of obesity across generations. This powerful telescoping of the origins of obesity to women's bodies and their appetites is in stark contrast to earlier foci on gender inequalities and changing women's circumstances.

  8. The story of the courtship of Catherine “The Circassian”, the second wife of the prince Vasile Lupu

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    Lilia Zabolotnaia Pavel

    2012-07-01

    Full Text Available This article presents the episode of the second marriage of Moldavian prince Vasile Lupu (1634-1653 with Catherine, of Circassian descent, a relative of the Crimea Tatar khan Behadir Gere (1638-1642. An extraordinary beauty, Catherine played an important role in the personal life of Vasile Lupu and had noticeable political and diplomatic skills. The author has paid special attention to historical sources, especially to Miron Costin's chronicle and Niccolo Barsi’s (Italian traveler testimony, who had witnessed the arrival of Catherine from the Crimea into Moldavia.

  9. The Eco-Behavioral Approach to Surveys and Social Accounts for Rural Communities: Exploratory Analyses and Interpretations of Roger G. Barker's Microdata from the Behavior Setting Survey of Midwest, Kansas in 1963-64.

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    Fox, Karl A.

    The concept of behavior settings--the environments shaping individual behavior--was originated by Roger Barker in 1950 in connection with his community surveys in a small Kansas town, code-named Midwest. This book seeks to provide rural social scientists with an understanding of Barker's eco-behavioral approach and proposed adaptations of it to…

  10. ‘A Stable of Whores’? The ‘Flying Squadron’ of Catherine de Medici

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    McIlvenna, Una

    2013-01-01

    This chapter examines the construction of the myth of the sixteenth-century French queen mother Catherine de Medici's 'flying squadron' through the literature of the sixteenth century, in particular, the defamatory pamphlets and verse libels that portrayed the queen’s household as a site of debauchery and prostitution. Revealing the authors of this satirical literature and their motives, it then traces how their satirical representations came to be treated as genuine descriptions of life at c...

  11. Assessing the Watson-Barker Listening Test (WBLT)-Form C in Measuring Listening Comprehension of Post-Secondary Hispanic-American Students

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    Worthington, Debra L.; Keaton, Shaughan; Cook, John; Fitch-Hauser, Margaret; Powers, William G.

    2014-01-01

    The Watson-Barker Listening Test (WBLT) is one of the most popular measures of listening comprehension. However, participants in studies utilizing this scale have been almost exclusively Anglo-American. At the same time, previous research questions the psychometric properties of the test. This study addressed both of these issues by testing the…

  12. Catherine Cesarsky Elected Foreign Associate of the US National Academy of Sciences

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    2005-04-01

    On April 20, 2004, the US National Academy of Sciences selected 72 new members and 18 foreign associates from 13 countries, including Dr. Cesarsky, in recognition of their distinguished and continuing achievements in original research. This brought the total number of active members to 1,949, among which 351 foreign associates. The US National Academy of Sciences (NAS) is a private, non-profit, self-perpetuating society of distinguished scholars engaged in scientific and engineering research, dedicated to the furtherance of science and technology and to their use for the general welfare. Upon the authority of the charter granted to it by the Congress in 1863, the Academy has a mandate that requires it to advise the federal government on scientific and technical matters. Election to the NAS is considered one of the highest honours that can be accorded a scientist or engineer. "It is a great honour. I am extremely happy about it," says Catherine Cesarsky. "It comes at a time when we are very engaged in a fruitful collaboration with our American partners for the construction of the Atacama Large Millimeter Array, certainly one of the largest ground-based astronomy projects of the next decade." Among its distinguished members, the National Academy includes 83 astronomers. Catherine Cesarsky was elected in recognition of her role as a pioneer of space infrared astronomy and a leader of European physics and astronomy. "She has made seminal contributions to the study of star formation in near and distant galaxies, the cosmic infrared background, and the confinement and acceleration of cosmic rays", states the nomination form. "The election of Catherine Cesarsky to the US National Academy of Sciences is most appropriate", declares Piet van der Kruit, President of ESO's Council. "She has many accomplishments of very high standing, not the least her leadership of the European Southern Observatory ESO, which under her directorship became the leading organisation worldwide in

  13. The Joseph Barker, Jr. Home: A Comparative Architectural and Historical Study of a 19th Century Brick and Frame Dwelling in Washington County, Ohio,

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    1981-02-01

    anti-slavery debates of 1836 (Williams 1881: 430) and was deeply involved in Washington County politics. At the arrival of John Quincy Adams during a...433) continued with Adams up the Ohio River as far as Pittsburgh. Barker was a frequent participant in political discussions at the store 29 of... Ansel Wood and ca. 1819 by Timothy Love. Patton (1936: 30), on the other hand, dated the construction to ca. 1832-1836 and stated that it was built

  14. The Stories We Hear, the Stories We Tell What Can the Life of Jane Barker (1652-1732) Tell Us about Women's Leadership in Higher Education in the Twenty-First Century?

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    Wilson, Carol Shiner

    2009-01-01

    Jane Barker--poet, novelist, farm manager, student and practitioner of medical arts--was not allowed to attend university because she was a woman. Yet she was Oxford-educated in the most modern of medical theories of her time. By the end of her life, unmarried by choice, Barker was writing for pay under her own name in an emerging genre--the…

  15. Catherine Pouzoulet, New York, New York, Espace, Pouvoir, Citoyenneté dans une ville‑monde.

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    Frédérick Douzet

    2006-03-01

    Full Text Available Symbole de l’emprise économique des Etats‑Unis sur le monde, les tours jumelles du World Trade Center étaient aussi le symbole du statut de ville‑monde de la ville de New York et de l’insolente santé financière de son centre d’affaires à Manhattan. Rien de plus utile pour le comprendre que le livre de Catherine Pouzoulet, New York, New York, qui en décortiquant des décennies de politiques publiques, démontre avec talent comment la logique de marché a présidé à l’élaboration des priorités gest...

  16. Catherine the Great in the writings of Charles-Joseph Lamoral, 7th Prince de Ligne

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    Joanna Pychowska

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    Full Text Available Charles-Joseph de Ligne (1735-1814, a Wallon and European Prince, subject of the Austro-Hungary Empire, a heartbreaker of the French Europe, is considered the most famous representative of literary cosmopolitanism. War, love and writing were inseparable in his life. He took part in numerous military campaigns, serving both Austria and Russia, as a Russian colonel, a commander of the order of Maria Theresa, and an Austrian fi eld marshal. He authored various texts related to war; he admired heroism of Charles II, Conde, the tactics of Frederick II, the strategies of Napoleon, Catherine II. The latter was immportalized in de Ligne’s various texts representing different literary genres. The Prince was clearly fascinated by the Empress, and he depicted her in a positive light as an educated person, both agreable and determined. Can we, however, talk about the documentary character of his work ? Instead, the Prince seems to be a documentalist-interpreter.

  17. Négocier avec acharnement. Catherine de Médicis à la veille des guerres civiles

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    Les quinze lettres proposées permettent d’explorer les tentatives menées par Catherine de Médicis en 1562, 1568, 1579-1580 et 1585 pour sauver la paix. Alors que la guerre se prépare ou que les armes ont parfois déjà parlé, elle essaie encore de faire revenir la paix et négocie par lettres interposées ou de visu pour se faire entendre. Elle exploite ainsi le fait que le début de la guerre n’est pas toujours synonyme de début des combats, en particulier durant les guerres de Religion qui sont ...

  18. Anthony and Margaret Barker

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    isolation from formal teaching and passed the examinations for the FRCS in .... together on their tandem in a road accident in the English. Lake District, both in ... lives; many of these now Jive abroad, in Britain especially, but also in the USA, ...

  19. Regeneration de Pat Barker (1991 : la gestion des maux/mots de la Grande Guerre par l’institution psychiatrique

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    Isabelle Gérardin

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    Full Text Available Cet article se propose d’étudier une œuvre publiée en 1991 par la romancière anglaise Pat Barker : Regeneration. Ce roman, qui a pour toile de fond la Grande Guerre, ne dépeint ni combats ni scènes de la vie des tranchées. Barker préfère représenter toute la dimension agonistique de ce conflit mondial à travers la question de la prise en charge des traumatismes de guerre des soldats par l’institution psychiatrique. Ces traumatismes, ayant diverses manifestations psychosomatiques, témoignent d’une forte tension entre une profonde aversion de l’individu pour l’extrême violence des affrontements et un appel à se conformer à une certaine culture de guerre collective fondée sur un idéal fort de virilité martiale et patriotique. Face à ces traumatismes, ainsi que Pat Barker le met en lumière, la psychiatrie de guerre se révèle souvent fort ambiguë. En effet, l’institution psychiatrique œuvre en continuité avec l’institution militaire, désirant imposer un contrôle sur les âmes autant que sur les corps. Regeneration nous invite donc à lire combien les maux/mots de la Grande Guerre ont eu grand peine à se faire entendre.This article deals with a novel, entitled Regeneration, published in 1991 by the English female author Pat Barker. This novel, although set against the backdrop of World War One, depicts neither battles nor scenes of everyday life in the trenches. Instead, the agonistic dimension of this world conflict is tackled by Pat Barker through the prism of the way the psychiatric institution dealt with war traumas endured by soldiers, traumas of the body and of the mind. These traumas, causing a variety of psychosomatic symptoms, reveal a powerful tension between a deep individual aversion to the extreme violence of combat and an appeal to conform to some collective culture of war rooted in a strong ideal of soldierly and patriotic manliness. Wartime psychiatry, as Barker highlights, often turns out to

  20. St. Catherine of Siena (1347-1380 AD): one of the earliest historic cases of altered gustatory perception in anorexia mirabilis.

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    Galassi, Francesco M; Bender, Nicole; Habicht, Michael E; Armocida, Emanuele; Toscano, Fabrizio; Menassa, David A; Cerri, Matteo

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    St. Catherine of Siena suffered from an extreme form of holy fasting, a condition classified as anorexia mirabilis (also known as inedia prodigiosa). Historical and medical scholarships alike have drawn a comparison between this primaeval type of anorexia with a relatively common form of eating disorder among young women in the modern world, anorexia nervosa. St. Catherine's condition was characterised by a disgust for sweet taste, a condition also described in anorexia nervosa, and characterised by specific neurophysiological changes in the brain. St. Catherine's case may be considered one of the oldest veritable descriptions of altered gustation (dysgeusia). Moreover, a more compelling neurophysiological similarity between anorexia mirabilis and anorexia nervosa may be proposed.

  1. Odd complaints and doubtful conditions: norms of hypochondria in Jane Austen and Catherine Belling.

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    Nelson, James Lindemann

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    In her final fragmentary novel Sanditon, Jane Austen develops a theme that pervades her work from her juvenilia onward: illness, and in particular, illness imagined, invented, or self-inflicted. While the "invention of odd complaints" is characteristically a token of folly or weakness throughout her writing, in this last work imagined illness is also both a symbol and a cause of how selves and societies degenerate. In the shifting world of Sanditon, hypochondria is the lubricant for a society bent on turning health into a commodity. As a result, people's rationality and their moral character come under attack. Catherine Belling's recent subtle study, A Condition of Doubt: The Meanings of Hypochondria, unveils hypochondria's discursive and cultural character. Running sharply against the tenor of Austen's treatment, however, she argues in defense of the rationality of hypochondriacs; the notion that the condition may involve morally significant defects is not entertained; any connection to the commercialization of health care is muted. Here, I contrast Austen's morally and epistemically negative rendering of her hypochondriacal characters in Sanditon with Belling's efforts to create a sympathetic understanding of people with hypochondria. I will argue that, despite time gaps and genre differences, joint consideration of these texts can help bioethicists better appreciate how medicine can intensify, pathologize, and exploit anxieties about illness and death, thus adding to the challenges of living well in the face of mortality and morbidity.

  2. Regulation of Islamic art in confessional policy of Catherine II (on materials of the Tyumen region

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    Full Text Available Prevention of the religious conflicts and Islamic extremism, education of confessional tolerance, – these and other questions became the most actual political and scientific problem now. Art reflects outlook of people and is an ideological lever on society. In article the policy on use of Islamic art for education of confessional tolerance is analyzed. This policy began by Catherine II in 1773, had the content of reform and extended on religious art and architecture of all gentiles in the Russian Empire. Article is written on the basis of materials of the Central historical archive of the Republic of Bashkortostan and exhibits of the museums. The Tyumen region (the South of the modern Tyumen region was an optimum basis for carrying out this policy because of the mixed option of Islam which arose there. Muslim art included a complex of the subjects intended for execution of a religious cult. It reflected elements of Shamanism and Tengriism, and after carrying out reform – Judaism and Christianity. Thus, at it there were forms and images of all religions of the Tyumen region. Syncretism of Islamic art was shown in a typology of cult objects, their ornament and mission. The most unusual phenomenon was existence of a religious sculpture which was forbidden in Islam and Orthodoxy, but existed in both religions, and also in Catholicism, Tengriism and Shamanism. In article ways of impact on Muslim art which were used by the Orenburg Mohammedan spiritual meeting are considered. It didn't interfere in preservation of religious syncretism, and also executed orders of the government on Christianization of Islamic art. Authors come to a conclusion that reform carried lines of policy of multiculturalism for gentiles.

  3. The Persistence of Utopia: Plasticity and Difference from Roland Barthes to Catherine Malabou

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    Jennifer A. Wagner-Lawlor

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    Full Text Available The theorizing of utopia is a persistent theme throughout several generations of the French continental tradition, and alongside the process theory of Alfred North Whitehead to a large degree recuperates the concept of utopia from its supposed dismissal by Marx and his intellectual descendants. Most recently, attention to the notion of plasticity, popularized (relatively speaking by Catherine Malabou, extends speculation on utopian possibility.  Compelled to answer to Marx’s denigration of utopia as fantasy, the tendency was (still is, for many to compensate for the absence of a programmatic politics by stressing what is “useful” about utopian dreaming, and therefore where or how exactly a utopian text reveals or creates political drive, or motivates political action. In this essay, I argue that theorists have overlooked the use of utopia as not only the reproduction of difference, or what Malabou calls positive plasticity, but also as, therefore, a disruption; Malabou might prefer the term accident here. Tracing the concept of plasticity from Roland Barthes to Malabou, with a nod at Miguel Abensour, this essay teases out the links between a contemporary notion of plasticity to argue, simply put, that utopia is plastic. This plasticity of the concept ensures its political force. These links, obscured in the essay “Plastic,” Barthes makes only later in his writing. But for Malabou, plasticity underlies a principle of futurity and/as generativity, such that new forms, new meanings, new concepts emerge through difference. Utopia’s horizons of potentiality depend on difference, and on non-achievement. Finally, I argue that the persistence of utopia (Abensour as a form of thinking is the most important, and political, effect of utopian plasticity.

  4. Technical review of managed underground storage of water study of the upper Catherine Creek watershed, Union County, northeastern Oregon

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    Snyder, Daniel T.

    2014-01-01

    Because of water diversions during summer, flow in Catherine Creek, a tributary to the Grande Ronde River in northeastern Oregon, is insufficient to sustain several aquatic species for which the stream is listed as critical habitat. A feasibility study for managed underground storage (MUS) in the upper Catherine Creek watershed in Union County, Oregon, was undertaken by Anderson Perry and Associates, Inc., to address the issue of low flows in summer. The results of the study were released as a report titled “Upper Catherine Creek Storage Feasibility Study for Grande Ronde Model Watershed,” which evaluated the possibility of diverting Catherine Creek streamflow during winter (when stream discharge is high), storing the water by infiltration or injection into an aquifer adjacent to the stream, and discharging the water back to the stream in summer to augment low flows. The method of MUS would be accomplished using either (1) aquifer storage and recovery (ASR) that allows for the injection of water that meets drinking-water-quality standards into an aquifer for later recovery and use, or (2) artificial recharge (AR) that involves the intentional addition of water diverted from another source to a groundwater reservoir. Concerns by resource managers that the actions taken to improve water availability for upper Catherine Creek be effective, cost-efficient, long-term, and based on sound analysis led the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation to request that the U.S. Geological Survey conduct an independent review and evaluation of the feasibility study. This report contains the results of that review. The primary objectives of the Anderson Perry and Associates study reviewed here included (1) identifying potentially fatal flaws with the concept of using AR and (or) ASR to augment the streamflow of Catherine Creek, (2) identifying potentially favorable locations for augmenting streamflow, (3) developing and evaluating alternatives for implementing AR and (or) ASR, and

  5. Older men’s satisfaction (or dissatisfaction with health care delivery in St Catherine, Jamaica

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    Full Text Available Paul A Bourne1, Chloe Morris1, Christopher AD Charles2, Maureen D Kerr-Campbell3, Denise Eldemire-Shearer11Department of Community Health and Psychiatry and 2King Graduate School, Monroe College, Bronx, and Center for Victim Support, Harlem Hospital Center, New York; 3Systems Development Unit, Main Library, Faculty of Humanities and Education, The University of the West Indies, Mona, JamaicaAbstract: Patient satisfaction and quality of life are becoming increasingly important among the more traditional clinical outcomes in the monitoring and evaluation of health care delivery. This study explored patient’s self-rated health and patient satisfaction with health care ­providers, and examined whether health care providers are a barrier to patient care. The sample consisted of 2000 men aged 55 years and older in the parish of St Catherine, Jamaica. A 132-item ­questionnaire was used to collect the data. Descriptive statistics was used to provide information about their satisfaction with the health care system. Seventy-four percent of the sample indicated good self-rated health status (excellent, 19.0%. Forty-seven percent of the sample had sought advice from a health care provider in the last 12 months; 14.1% understood the advice of the clinician, community health aide (19.9%, pharmacist (15.4%, nurse (2.1% and nurse aide (4.6%. The respondents indicated that community health aides contributed more to improving their health (43.4% when compared with nurses (34.8%, clinicians (17.5%, and herbalists (3.7%. Furthermore, 31.7% indicated that their medical doctors were hospitable and 4.2% were knowledgeable. Negative self-rated health, perceived lack of knowledge among doctors, lack of understanding of advice from health care providers, are just some of the factors associated with dissatisfaction of patients with chronic conditions. These findings provide a framework and foundation from which further studies on effective intervention aimed at

  6. "Plus Ultra": o retrato de Carlos V e dos Habsburgos no romance "A Senhora", de Catherine Clément

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    Fernandez, Sara Vitorino

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    As figuras históricas do Imperador Carlos V, de Maria da Hungria e do Arquiduque Maximiliano de Habsburgo são caracterizadas pelos historiadores como personagens dotadas de grande seriedade e de suma importância para a História da Humanidade. No entanto, e através da ficção narrativa, Catherine Clément, no romance A Senhora (1992), faz com que essas mesmas personagens adquiram uma dimensão emotiva e humana. À luz da teoria do Novo Romance Histórico e da metaficção historiográfica trataremos d...

  7. Catherine II’s the early reign of Oleg: Sarti, Canobbio and Pashkevich working towards an ideal

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    Giust Anna

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    Full Text Available This paper focuses on Catherine II’s The Early Reign of Oleg (1790 as a demonstrative performance of the sovereign’s policy. In the context of Catherine’s early nationalistic pride and her ‘Greek project’, the performance is understood as a synthesis embodying in music the vision of Russia as an Empire ready to receive the heritage of Byzantium, thanks to Sarti’s use of modes combined with the Russian folk elements introduced by Canobbio and Pashkevich. In this context, Nikolay L’vov represents the joining link, having theorized that Russian folk music originated from ancient Greek music.

  8. Catherine Merridale, Ivan's War, the Red Army 1939-1945, London: Faber and Faber, 2005, 396 pages.

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    Joris Van Bladel

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    Full Text Available Catherine Merridale's first well reviewed and much appraised book “Night of Stone, Death and Memory in Russia” (Granta, 2000  examined the culture of suffering in Russia during the Soviet period. One key chapter in this previous book detailed the ordeals undergone by the Russian Armed Forces and the people at large, during the Great Patriotic War. Five years later, the British historian brings her expertise to this topic in  Ivan's War.At first glance, the topic of suffering and endurance of...

  9. Rezension von: Catherine M. Orr, Ann Braithwaite, Diane Lichtenstein (Eds.: Rethinking Women’s and Gender Studies. London: Routledge 2012.

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    Jennifer Bühner

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    Full Text Available Der Sammelband von Catherine M. Orr, Ann Braithwaite und Diane Lichtenstein bietet eine aktuelle Auseinandersetzung mit den zentralen Konzepten der Selbst-/Zuschreibung in den Women’s and Gender Studies (WGS im Kontext der gegenwärtigen Umstrukturierung der Universitäten – wie z. B. Methoden, Pädagogik, Community, Disziplin und Institutionalisierung. Dabei wird zum einen ein genealogischer Zugang gewählt, um die Funktionsweise dieser Konzepte aufzuzeigen, und zum anderen werden durch Selbstreflexion der Autor_innen auf ihre eigene Lehre und Position innerhalb der WGS Änderungsvorschläge eingebracht, um potentiell neue Richtungen für die Frauen- und Geschlechterforschung aufzuzeigen.

  10. Animal Abuse: Helping Animals and People. By Catherine Tiplady. CABI: Wallingford, Oxfordshire, UK, 2013; Hardback, 250 pp; £65.00; ISBN-10: 1845939832

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    Eleonora Gullone

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    This six part book is edited by Catherine Tipaldy from the Centre of Animal Welfare and Ethics at the University of Queensland, Australia. She has also authored most of the chapters and co-authored others. Other contributors include highly respected authorities such as Phil Arkow (the coordinator of the National Link Coalition) and Michael Byrne, QC (Barrister-at-law, Queensland Bar).

  11. Lesson Development for English Learners in Content Area Settings: Key Considerations. Q&A with Sarah Catherine K. Moore, Ph.D. 2016 Educator Effectiveness Webinar Series

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    Moore, Sarah Catherine K.

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    In this webinar, Dr. Sarah Catherine K. Moore, Program Director at the Center for Applied Linguistics, outlined factors for content area teachers to consider as they design and deliver lessons for mainstream classrooms that include English learner (EL) students. This Q&A addressed the questions participants had for Dr. Moore following the…

  12. Seroprevalence of Toxoplasma gondii, Sarcocystis neurona, and Encephalitozoon cuniculi in three species of lemurs from St. Catherines Island, GA, USA.

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    Yabsley, Michael J; Jordan, Carly N; Mitchell, Sheila M; Norton, Terry M; Lindsay, David S

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    In the current study, we determined the seroprevalence of Toxoplasma gondii, Sarcocystis neurona, and Encephalitozoon cuniculi in three species of lemurs from St. Catherines Island, Georgia. Serum samples were tested from 52 ring-tailed lemurs (Lemur catta), six blue-eyed black lemurs (Eulemur macaco flavifrons), and four black and white ruffed lemurs (Varecia variegata variegata) using an agglutination assay. Three ring-tailed lemurs (5.8%) were positive for T. gondii (titer of 1:50); one ring-tailed lemur (1.9%) and one black and white ruffed lemur (25%) were positive for S. neurona (titers of 1:1000); and one ring-tailed lemur (1.9%) was positive for E. cuniculi (titer of 1:400). All blue-eyed black lemurs were negative for antibodies to T. gondii, S. neurona, and E. cuniculi. This is the first detection of antibodies to T. gondii in ring-tailed lemurs and antibodies to S. neurona and E. cuniculi in any species of prosimian.

  13. Animal Abuse: Helping Animals and People. By Catherine Tiplady. CABI: Wallingford, Oxfordshire, UK, 2013; Hardback, 250 pp; £65.00; ISBN-10: 1845939832

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    Eleonora Gullone

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    Full Text Available This six part book is edited by Catherine Tipaldy from the Centre of Animal Welfare and Ethics at the University of Queensland, Australia. She has also authored most of the chapters and co-authored others. Other contributors include highly respected authorities such as Phil Arkow (the coordinator of the National Link Coalition and Michael Byrne, QC (Barrister-at-law, Queensland Bar.

  14. STRANGERS IN THE SAME COUNTRY: THE COMPLEXITY OF SISTERLY SOLIDARITY IN CATHERINE FILLOUX’S THE BEAUTY INSIDE

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    Eda DEDEBAŞ DÜNDAR

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    Full Text Available Through the depiction of a sisterly solidarity and the priority of our responsibility for the other, French-American playwright Catherine Filloux’s play The Beauty Inside makes its audience bear witness not only to the tragedy of honor killings in Turkey but also to an amity that flourishes between a Westernized lawyer Devrim and a rape survivor Yalova introducing a form of familial bond that stems from our shared ethical space. With the help of its unique characters and stress on compassion, The Beauty Inside exemplifies an outstanding play that enhances the publicity of the theatre genre itself. This paper argues that through its rendering of two noteworthy characters from two conflicting sub-cultures of Turkey and their attempts to acknowledge their responsibility for the other, the play portrays a complex sisterhood that justifies the uplifting impact of face-to-face interaction and proposes a novel approach to humanitarianism in human rights theatre. Moreover, it accentuates travel, both as a physical expedition and a mental exploration, in its attempt to encounter the other and “the non-intentionality of consciousness” – to quote from Emmanuel Levinas. Divided in two major sections, this paper first discusses the theoretical perspectives surrounding travel theory and the concept of witnessing vulnerability and atrocities by referring to human rights theorists as well as Levinas’s concept of “face-to-face interaction” and then includes a close reading of The Beauty Inside as a distinguished play that aptly utilizes the theatre genre to serve a dual function: to publicize violations and to deliver an eye-opening alternative to our fear of the other by curtailing the proximity to the vulnerable.

  15. The destiny of woman in the history of Moldavia. Myths and realities about Catherine the Circassian – the second wife of the hospodar Vasile Lupu

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    Lilia Zabolotnaia

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    Full Text Available In this study the author came to some specific conclusions. In particular, it is safe to say that the marriage between Vasile Lupu and Catherine was far from accidental. As the sources of the era attest, all the details have been well thought out. Almost immediately after the death of his wife, Vasile Lupu sends the ambassadorial cortege to get his second wife, hence not respecting even the basic mourning traditions. One may also assume that perhaps in that situation government and political interests were high above his emotions. Vasile Lupu was an ambitious, far-sighted politician and a brilliant strategist. His plan was to expand the Moldovan boarders. He prepared his only son Ioan as future ruler of Wallachia. However, his plans failed after the son's death, and he was left without an heir. Vasile Lupu was well aware that he had to urgently resolve the dynastic crisis. He needed a young, strong and healthy wife, able to give birth to his heirs. The choice fell on Catherine the Circassian. How and under which circumstances this choice has been made remains an unsolved mystery. Unfortunately, we do not have any sources that could provide a reliable answer to this question. At the same time, we do not deny the well-known and hackneyed opinion in the historical literature that this marriage took place in a certain political context, for the Moldavian-Tatar mutual support in the political, military and economic spheres.

  16. Cracking the Sugar Code by Mass Spectrometry - An Invited Perspective in Honor of Dr. Catherine E. Costello, Recipient of the 2017 ASMS Distinguished Contribution Award

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    Mirgorodskaya, Ekaterina; Karlsson, Niclas G.; Sihlbom, Carina; Larson, Göran; Nilsson, Carol L.

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    The structural study of glycans and glycoconjugates is essential to assign their roles in homeostasis, health, and disease. Once dominated by nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, mass spectrometric methods have become the preferred toolbox for the determination of glycan structures at high sensitivity. The patterns of such structures in different cellular states now allow us to interpret the sugar codes in health and disease, based on structure-function relationships. Dr. Catherine E. Costello was the 2017 recipient of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry's Distinguished Contribution Award. In this Perspective article, we describe her seminal work in a historical and geographical context and review the impact of her research accomplishments in the field. 8[Figure not available: see fulltext.

  17. Russian-Tunisian Relations at the Initial Stage: Catherine the Great’s Era in Russia and Hamuda Pasha in Tunisia

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    Full Text Available The article is devoted to history of the first contacts between the Russian Empire and Regency of Tunisia at the end of the 18th century. The research is based on works of the Russian, Tunisian and French historians. In Russia it was Catherine the Great’s era, the empress who considerably moved apart borders of the country, expanded the international contacts of Russia, laid the foundation for development of the Russian trade including Mediterranean trade relations. The Tunisian governor Hamuda Pasha also sought for development of international relations and the statement of the authority of the country. Although between Russia and Tunisia at this early stage had not yet been an official contractual relationship, but through the activities of freelance Consulate between the countries established trade, began political and cultural contacts. A special role in the development of Russian-Tunisian relations belongs to the family of the Dutch consuls Nyssens, which became a freelance Russian consuls in Tunis. The article analyzes the causes of weakness of trade relations between Russia and Tunisia, the slow development of political contacts. Special attention is paid to the problem of Mediterranean piracy, in which the main role played the corsairs of Tunis and Algeria. The distance of countries from each other, the difference of scale, cultures and political aspirations did not prevent them to do in the end of the 18th century the first steps towards each other, to establish friendly relations.

  18. La représentation de la sexualité dans la littérature féminine du nouveau millénaire : le cas de Catherine Millet

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    Full Text Available Frédéric Beigbeder, dans son dernier roman intitulé Windows on the World, en vient à la conclusion que, de nos jours, le Play-boy international n’est en fait plus qu’un célibataire en quête de jouissance, ne chassant que la femme superficielle ou la prostituée. Selon l’auteur, aujourd’hui le Play-boy international est une femme. Une Bridget Jones ou une Carrie Bradschaw de Sex and the City (Beigbeder, 178 et 231. Le type de femme qui fait peur, qui assume et expose sa féminité et son indépendance ainsi que sa sexualité. Catherine Millet, rédactrice en chef du magazine Art Press, est l’une d’elles. Dans La vie sexuelle de Catherine M., publié en avril 2001, elle expose au grand public, d’une manière peu conventionnelle, les détails de sa vie sexuelle allant souvent au-delà de l’écriture dite féminine.

  19. Catherine Halpern, Michèle Bitton, Lilith, l’épouse de Satan, Paris, Larousse, coll. « Dieux, Mythes et Héros », 2010, 191 p.

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    Full Text Available Lilith, l’épouse de Satan est la quatrième figure féminine à s’inscrire dans la collection de « Dieux, Mythes & Héros » qui ne cache pas « le caractère profondément masculin de la mythologique en général » (p. 167, pour mieux lui résister. Ce portrait en six chapitres, dressé par la journaliste Catherine Halpern et la sociologue Michèle Bitton à partir de textes théologiques judéo-chrétiens et d’analyses scientifiques, nous donne à voir une Lilith plurielle mais dont « la plus grande partie ...

  20. Catherine Colliot-Thélène, 2011, La Démocratie sans « demos », Paris, PUF, « Pratiques théoriques », 213 p.

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    Bien qu’elles ne cherchent à aucun moment à donner dans la provocation gratuite, il y a fort à parier que les thèses audacieuses que défend Catherine Colliot-Thélène dans son dernier ouvrage irriteront plus d’un lecteur. Peut-être est-ce pour en atténuer la dimension polémique que l’auteure expose d’emblée et avec franchise le geste philosophique à l’origine de son travail : « Au regard de l’idéal normatif de la démocratie moderne, il peut sans doute paraître douloureux de renoncer à l’idée d...

  1. Dr Catherine Louisa Corbett MB ChB DPH (1877-1960), Diary in Serbia. Her work with the Scottish Women's Hospitals in Serbia and Russia, 1915-1917.

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    Mohr, Peter D

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    Catherine Corbett was the second woman to gain a medical degree from the University of Manchester Medical School in 1905; however, little was known about her life or work, apart from the fact that she was a School Medical Inspector (SMI) and never married. The rediscovery of her Diary in Serbia (1916) has revealed her work for the Scottish Women's Hospitals (SWH) during the First World War in Serbia (1915-1916). Her time alongside her female colleagues was a good experience, however the harsh conditions, especially those she experienced during a further period working in Russia (1916-1917), left her exhausted and psychologically stressed. After the war, her job as a SMI in Burnley and her pursuit of rock climbing helped her adjust to a normal life and allowed her to promote her views on female education.

  2. Vêtir les souverains français à la Renaissance : les garde-robes d’Henri II et de Catherine de Médicis en 1556 et 1557

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    Paresys, Isabelle

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    Vêtir les souverains français à la Renaissance : les garde-robes d’Henri II et de Catherine de Médicis en 1556 et 1557 - Bien que fort lacunaires dans leur conservation, les séries documentaires comptables de l’Argenterie royale du xvie siècle fournissent des milliers d’informations sur les dépenses de la garde-robe des souverains français. Ce domaine de recherche reste pourtant bien peu exploré pour la France, par comparaison avec les études médiévales ou avec les travaux menés en Angleterre...

  3. Reforming Of The Penology System Of Russia At The Beginning Of The Xix Century: From The Ideas Of Catherine Ii To The Attempt Of Their Embodiment During Alexander I's Ruling

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    Maksim V. Smolyarov

    2014-09-01

    Full Text Available In the present article author analyzed reforming of the penology system of Russia at the beginning of the XIX century, which was based first of all on humanistic views of the empress Catherine II. In her wars she briefly considered main types of punishment which could be applied to the criminal, proclaimed the need for crimes prevention. Laid ideological foundation had a serious impact on the further modernization of penology system during Alexander I ruling. Within the article author pays particular attention to the formation and development of public-government institution – Societies of trustee about prisons which had to deal with issues of "nearest and constant surveillance over prisoners"; assist them in rules of Christian piety and kind moral; "occupy them by decent exercises" and so on. Author considers that Society of trustee about prisons had a certain positive impact on the development of penal system of Russia, adjustment of interaction of the penalty system and public structures, reforming of the punishments execution system in the spirit of European values. According to the author, ideas of the empress Catherine II had positive impact on the change of penitentiary policy of the Russian Empire in the XIX century. Introduction of Society of trustee about prisons in 1819 became the first positive practical step of authorities on the interaction with society for the penal system reforming. In modern Russian state it is important to use historical experience, at the present stage encouraging creation of independent public structures for resocialization of citizens who served sentence in the form of imprisonment, conduct of the independent control over the system of punishments execution. Positive historical experience can be used at the present stage through the implementation of certain provisions into the Concept of the criminal and executive system of the Russian Federation development until 2020.

  4. Théorie de la Régulation et transformations agroalimentaires actuelles : Perspectives ouvertes par l'ouvrage de Catherine Laurent et Christian du Tertre « secteurs et territoires dans les régulations émergentes »

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    2009-01-01

    L’article fait le point sur les contributions possibles des travaux régulationnistes à l’analyse des dynamiques agroalimentaires actuelles, en s’appuyant sur la présentation d’un ouvrage édité par Catherine Laurent et Christian du Tertre. Les débats politiques sur l’agriculture et l’alimentation, tout comme la coexistence de différents modèles, offrent un cadre favorable pour redéfinir l’agenda de recherche régulationniste, en lien avec les travaux de prospective et le renouvellement de l’an...

  5. How Bob Barker Would (Probably) Teach Discrete Mathematics

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    Urness, Timothy

    2010-01-01

    This article proposes a discrete mathematics course in which games from "The Price Is Right" are used to engage students in a deeper, practical study of discrete mathematics. The games themselves are not the focus of the course; rather, the mathematical principles of the games give motivation for the concepts being taught. The game examples are…

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

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

  7. Viis abinõu majanduse elavdamiseks / Catherine Ashton

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    Ashton, Catherine, 1956-

    2009-01-01

    Euroopa Liidu kaubandusvoliniku arvates tuleb võidelda protektsionismiga, kõrvaldada kaubandustõkked, käivitada kaubanduse rahastamine, suurendada rahvusvahelist koostööd ja selgitada kaubanduse eeliseid

  8. Jane f. Kelly and catherine l. Ward Department of Psychology ...

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    Department of Psychology, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa ... Substance abuse and criminality are critical problems in South Africa, yet ... cial behaviour can be divided into two groups ..... Primary Prevention, 23, 483-514.

  9. Internship report on palliative care at St Catherine's hospice

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    Monteiro, Andreia Marlene da Silva

    2016-01-01

    This report, performed in the context of the completion of the masters in Palliative Care, presents the activities and learning experiences that I have acquired during the months of training in the different settings of palliative care. This internship was performed at St Catherine’s Hospice (Inpatient unit, Day hospice and Community team) and with the National Health Service of East Surrey Hospital Specialist Palliative Care Team. Alongside the institutional involvement, internship activitie...

  10. Mida roheline tarbija tahab / Catherine Roche ; intervjueerinud Michael S. Hopkins

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    2009-01-01

    2008. a. tehtud uuringust, mille abil selgitati välja, mis põhjustel inimesed eelistavad tarbimisel rohelist tootevalikut. Skeemid: Valmisolek maksta rohelise eest rohkem sõltub tootekategooriast ja tajutavatest eelistest; Teadlikkus ja valik

  11. Catherine Breillat vabastab naisi filmikunsti kaudu / Margit Tõnson

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    Tõnson, Margit, 1978-

    2005-01-01

    Berliini 55. filmifestivali Talent Campusel seksuaalstseenide filmimisest kõnelnud prantsuse režissööri vaadetest ühiskondlike normide ja filmikunsti vahekorrale, pornograafiale, mida audiovisuaalses kultuuris ei eksisteerivat

  12. Catherine Austin Fitts: kõike ei tohi teha kasumi nimel / Catherine Austin Fitts ; intervjueerinud Külli-Riin Tigasson

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    Austin Fitts, Catherine

    2009-01-01

    Firma Solari Inc juht peab praegu toimuvas süüdlaseks seda, et pangad ja valitsused vaatasid ohtudest mööda; lasti kasvada kinnisvaramullil. Ta kutsuks inimesi üles omavahelisele raharinglusele, jättes kulukad vahendajad kõrvale

  13. Radio environmental study and chemical characterization of golden water in Barker caves

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    Kundt, Miriam S.; Cifarelli, Fernanda; Furnari, Juan C.; Cabanilla, Edgardo D.; Eppis, Maria R.

    2008-01-01

    Full text: It is possible to find in the northern mountains of Tandilia, caves of a natural or anthropic origin. These caves are often visited by tourists, explorers and scientists. An exclusive feature up to now, at least in the international literature, is the deposits of 'golden water'. In our country, these waters were described for the first time in 1897, as waters with fluorescence that might be caused by algae. Due to the fact that some inhabitants suspected that the water could contain uranium, a study was carried out at the lab of physical and chemical control of the CNEA by means of total reflection X-ray fluorescence and it determined a complete absence of uranium, although it informed on the presence of potassium, calcium, iron, titanium, manganese, zinc and strontium as majority elements, being the presence of titanium rather unusual in the water. The objective of the present paper is to study the composition of the chemical elements that constitute this kind of water and the determination of the levels of natural radionuclides present in some caves in Tandilia, especially radon gas. To that end, new samples of water have been taken and a new study of X-ray fluorescence and X-ray diffraction is being carried out that will lead to the confirmation of titanium and its quantification, as well as the chemical composition of the water. On the other hand, the levels of radon gas and other radionuclides are assessed by means of a liquid scintillation counting. The results of these studies will allow to determine if the tour guides of the caves should be protected from radiation and get to know the chemical composition of the golden water in order to understand its origin and its possible biotechnological implications. (author)

  14. Putting the Barker Theory into the Future: Time to Act on Preventing Pediatric Obesity.

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    Pietrobelli, Angelo; Agosti, Massimo; Zuccotti, Gianvincenzo

    2016-11-17

    Growth and development are key characteristics of childhood and sensitive markers of health and adequate nutrition. The first 1000 days of life-conception through 24 months of age-represent a fundamental period for development and thus the prevention of childhood obesity and its adverse consequences is mandatory. There are many growth drivers during this complex phase of life, such as nutrition, genetic and epigenetic factors, and hormonal regulation. The challenge thus involves maximizing the potential for normal growth without increasing the risk of associated disorders. The Mediterranean Nutrition Group (MeNu Group), a group of researchers of the Mediterranean Region, in this Special Issue titled "Prevent Obesity in the First 1000 Days", presented results that advanced the science of obesity risk factors in early life, coming both from animal model studies and studies in humans. In the future, early-life intervention designs for the prevention of pediatric obesity will need to look at different strategies, and the MeNu Group is available for guidance regarding an appropriate conceptual framework to accomplish either prevention or treatment strategies to tackle pediatric obesity.

  15. Putting the Barker Theory into the Future: Time to Act on Preventing Pediatric Obesity

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    Angelo Pietrobelli

    2016-11-01

    Full Text Available Growth and development are key characteristics of childhood and sensitive markers of health and adequate nutrition. The first 1000 days of life—conception through 24 months of age—represent a fundamental period for development and thus the prevention of childhood obesity and its adverse consequences is mandatory. There are many growth drivers during this complex phase of life, such as nutrition, genetic and epigenetic factors, and hormonal regulation. The challenge thus involves maximizing the potential for normal growth without increasing the risk of associated disorders. The Mediterranean Nutrition Group (MeNu Group, a group of researchers of the Mediterranean Region, in this Special Issue titled “Prevent Obesity in the First 1000 Days”, presented results that advanced the science of obesity risk factors in early life, coming both from animal model studies and studies in humans. In the future, early-life intervention designs for the prevention of pediatric obesity will need to look at different strategies, and the MeNu Group is available for guidance regarding an appropriate conceptual framework to accomplish either prevention or treatment strategies to tackle pediatric obesity.

  16. Alpha List of Prime Contract Awards. Oct 92-Sep 93. FY93. (American Telecom Corp - Barker Frank Associates). Part 2.

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  17. Evolution of Energy Metabolism, Stem Cells and Cancer Stem Cells: How the Warburg and Barker Hypotheses Might Be Linked

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    Trosko, James E.; Kang, Kyung-Sun

    2012-01-01

    The evolutionary transition from single cells to the metazoan forced the appearance of adult stem cells and a hypoxic niche, when oxygenation of the environment forced the appearance of oxidative phosphorylation from that of glycolysis. The prevailing paradigm in the cancer field is that cancers start from the “immortalization” or “re-programming” of a normal, differentiated cell with many mitochondria, that metabolize via oxidative phosphorylation. This paradigm has been challenged with one ...

  18. F00527: NOS Hydrographic Survey , St. Catherines Sound, Georgia, 2006-09-20

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    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has the statutory mandate to collect hydrographic data in support of nautical chart compilation for safe...

  19. “Does the brain have a gender?” | by Catherine VIDAL | January 24

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    Thursday, 24 January 2013 – 4.30 p.m. Globe of Science and Innovation Route de Meyrin, 1211 Geneva Lecture will be in French - Translation available in English Suitable for all audiences – Admission free Limited number of seats - registration is essential Reservation: +41 22 767 76 76 or cern.reception@cern.ch With the advances in neuroscience, we might be tempted to believe that clichés about differences between the brains of men and women are a thing of the past. But the media and magazines continue to trot out the old clichés about men and women, leading us to believe that our skills and our personalities are hardwired into immutable mental structures. However, progress in research in this area demonstrate the contrary: thanks to its formidable properties of malleability, the brain is constantly creating new neuronal circuits as we pass through our apprenticeship of life and acquire experience. Boys and girls, brought up differently, may demonstrate divergen...

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    Loveman, Emma

    2015-01-01

    The treatment landscape for idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, a devastating lung disease, is changing. To investigate the effectiveness of treatments for idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis we undertook a systematic review, network meta-analysis and indirect comparison.

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    Hunter, Andrew

    2017-09-25

    Recent policy and service provision recommends a woman-centred approach to maternity care. Midwife-led models of care are seen as one important strategy for enhancing women\\'s choice; a core element of woman-centred care. In the Republic of Ireland, an obstetric consultant-led, midwife-managed service model currently predominates and there is limited exploration of the concept of women centred care from the perspectives of those directly involved; that is, women, midwives, general practitioners and obstetricians. This study considers women\\'s and clinicians\\' views, experiences and perspectives of woman-centred maternity care in Ireland.

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    O'Reilly, Ken

    2015-07-10

    There is a broad literature suggesting that cognitive difficulties are associated with violence across a variety of groups. Although neurocognitive and social cognitive deficits are core features of schizophrenia, evidence of a relationship between cognitive impairments and violence within this patient population has been mixed.

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    Sweeney, J

    2014-11-01

    Electronic health records (EHR) support clinical management, administration, quality assurance, research, and service planning. The aim of this study was to evaluate a clinical data management programme to improve consistency, completeness and accuracy of EHR information in a large primary care centre with 10 General Practitioners (GPs). A Clinical Data Manager was appointed to implement a Data Management Strategy which involved coding consultations using ICPC-2 coding, tailored support and ongoing individualised feedback to clinicians. Over an eighteen month period there were improvements in engagement with and level of coding. Prior to implementation (August 2011) 4 of the 10 GPs engaged in regular coding and 69% of their consultation notes were coded. After 12 months, all 10 GPs and 6 nurses were ICPC-2 coding their consultations and monthly coding levels had increased to 98%. This structured Data Management Strategy provides a feasible sustainable way to improve information management in primary care.

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    Knodler, Leigh A

    2009-11-01

    The Salmonella type III effector, SopB, is an inositol polyphosphate phosphatase that modulates host cell phospholipids at the plasma membrane and the nascent Salmonella-containing vacuole (SCV). Translocated SopB persists for many hours after infection and is ubiquitinated but the significance of this covalent modification has not been investigated. Here we identify by mass spectrometry six lysine residues of SopB that are mono-ubiquitinated. Substitution of these six lysine residues with arginine, SopB-K(6)R, almost completely eliminated SopB ubiquitination. We found that ubiquitination does not affect SopB stability or membrane association, or SopB-dependent events in SCV biogenesis. However, two spatially and temporally distinct events are dependent on ubiquitination, downregulation of SopB activity at the plasma membrane and prolonged retention of SopB on the SCV. Activation of the mammalian pro-survival kinase Akt\\/PKB, a downstream target of SopB, was intensified and prolonged after infection with the SopB-K(6)R mutant. At later times, fewer SCV were decorated with SopB-K(6)R compared with SopB. Instead SopB-K(6)R was present as discrete vesicles spread diffusely throughout the cell. Altogether, our data show that ubiquitination of SopB is not related to its intracellular stability but rather regulates its enzymatic activity at the plasma membrane and intracellular localization.

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    Kubiak, Christine

    2009-10-16

    Abstract Background Thorough knowledge of the regulatory requirements is a challenging prerequisite for conducting multinational clinical studies in Europe given their complexity and heterogeneity in regulation and perception across the EU member states. Methods In order to summarise the current situation in relation to the wide spectrum of clinical research, the European Clinical Research Infrastructures Network (ECRIN) developed a multinational survey in ten European countries. However a lack of common classification framework for major categories of clinical research was identified, and therefore reaching an agreement on a common classification was the initial step in the development of the survey. Results The ECRIN transnational working group on regulation, composed of experts in the field of clinical research from ten European countries, defined seven major categories of clinical research that seem relevant from both the regulatory and the scientific points of view, and correspond to congruent definitions in all countries: clinical trials on medicinal products; clinical trials on medical devices; other therapeutic trials (including surgery trials, transplantation trials, transfusion trials, trials with cell therapy, etc.); diagnostic studies; clinical research on nutrition; other interventional clinical research (including trials in complementary and alternative medicine, trials with collection of blood or tissue samples, physiology studies, etc.); and epidemiology studies. Our classification was essential to develop a survey focused on protocol submission to ethics committees and competent authorities, procedures for amendments, requirements for sponsor and insurance, and adverse event reporting following five main phases: drafting, consensus, data collection, validation, and finalising. Conclusion The list of clinical research categories as used for the survey could serve as a contribution to the, much needed, task of harmonisation and simplification of the regulatory requirements for clinical research in Europe.

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    Ajetunmobi, A

    2014-12-01

    The impact of central nervous system (CNS) disorders on the human population is significant, contributing almost €800 billion in annual European healthcare costs. These disorders not only have a disabling social impact but also a crippling economic drain on resources. Developing novel therapeutic strategies for these disorders requires a better understanding of events that underlie mechanisms of neural circuit physiology. Studying the relationship between genetic expression, synapse development and circuit physiology in CNS function is a challenging task, involving simultaneous analysis of multiple parameters and the convergence of several disciplines and technological approaches. However, current gold-standard techniques used to study the CNS have limitations that pose unique challenges to furthering our understanding of functional CNS development. The recent advancement in nanotechnologies for biomedical applications has seen the emergence of nanoscience as a key enabling technology for delivering a translational bridge between basic and clinical research. In particular, the development of neuroimaging and electrophysiology tools to identify the aetiology and progression of CNS disorders have led to new insights in our understanding of CNS physiology and the development of novel diagnostic modalities for therapeutic intervention. This review focuses on the latest applications of these nanotechnologies for investigating CNS function and the improved diagnosis of CNS disorders.

  7. Catherine McAuley House, Sisters of Mercy, Old Dominic Street, Limerick.

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    Murphy, JFA

    2012-03-01

    Doctors’ relationship with patients and their role in society is changing. Until the 1960s doctors concentrated on the welfare of patients with less emphasis placed on patients’ rights1. Over recent decades there has been increasing empowerment of the individual across all facets of society including health care. Doctors continue to be perceived as having expertise and authority over medical science. Patients, however, now hold sway over questions of values or preferences. We all must be aware of this change in the doctor- patient interaction. We need to be more aware of the outcomes that patients view as important. The concept of shared decision-making with the patient is now widely appreciated. The process involves a change in mind set particularly for doctors who trained in an earlier era.

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    Glynn, Liam G

    2014-07-01

    Physical inactivity is a major, potentially modifiable, risk factor for cardiovascular disease, cancer, and other chronic diseases. Effective, simple, and generalisable interventions that will increase physical activity in populations are needed.

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    Connolly, Deirdre

    2015-10-28

    Fatigue is a symptom of arthritis that causes difficulty at work. An improved understanding of this symptom could assist its management in the work environment. The aim of this study was to explore people with rheumatic diseases\\' experiences of fatigue in work. A qualitative descriptive design was used with semi-structured interviews and a constant comparative method of data analysis. There were 18 participants, the majority of them female with Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) and working full-time. Three themes were identified: "Impact of fatigue on work performance" with cognition, mood and physical abilities being the main difficulties reported. In the second theme "Disclosure at Work" participants discussed disclosing their disease to employers but reported a lack of understanding of fatigue from colleagues. The final theme "work-based fatigue management strategies" included cognitive strategies and energy management techniques, which were mainly self-taught. In this study, fatigue was reported to impact on many areas of work performance with limited understanding from colleagues and employers. Interventions from health professionals to assist with development of work-related self-management skills are required to assist with symptom management in the work place. Such interventions should include education to employers and colleagues on the nature of fatigue in Rheumatic diseases.

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    Mokoka, Matshediso C

    2017-06-15

    Many patients with asthma remain poorly controlled despite the use of inhaled corticosteroids and long-acting beta agonists. Poor control may arise from inadequate adherence, incorrect inhaler technique or because the condition is refractory. Without having an objective assessment of adherence, clinicians may inadvertently add extra medication instead of addressing adherence. This study aims to assess if incorporating objectively recorded adherence from the Inhaler Compliance Assessment (INCA) device and lung function into clinical decision making provides more cost-effective prescribing and improves outcomes.

  11. Prantsusmaa ootab ELis võitlust musta tööjõuga / Catherine Colonna ; interv. Erkki Bahovski

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    Colonna, Catherine

    2006-01-01

    Ilmunud ka: Postimees : na russkom jazõke 31. märts lk. 8. Eestis visiidil viibiv Prantsusmaa Euroopa asjade minister Prantsusmaa seisukohast tööjõu vaba liikumise piirangute kaotamise suhtes, Euroopa Liidu põhiseadusleppega seotud kriisist, Euroopa maksu kehtestamisest, Euroopa Liidu ühisest energiapoliitikast ning ühenduse poliitikast Venemaa suhtes. Lisa: Karjäär

  12. Love, Politics, and Fine Arts. The mechanical automaton “Golden Peacock” of Catherine the Great and its Byzantine model

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    Yuri Pyatnitsky

    2017-12-01

    Full Text Available Статья посвящена истории и символике механического автомата «Павлин» работы английского мастера XVIII века Джеймса Кокса. Один из самых популярных экспонатов Государственного Эрмитажа, «Павлин» традиционно считается часами. Конструкция этой удивительной игрушки действительно включает часовой механизм, встроенный в головку гриба. Однако второстепенность фигурки гриба на фоне роскошной композиции, а также анализ работы часового механизма и очередности движения фигур позволили автору придти к заключению, что «Павлин» – это игрушка для увеселения, лишь приводимая в движение часовым механизмом. Сделанный по заказу князя Григория Потемкина для подарка Екатерине II, «Павлин», как показано в статье, наполнен сложной символикой, отражающей и любовную историю князя и императрицы, и восточную политику России, и идею наследования традиций Византии. Символика «Павлина», предназначавшегося, по мнению автора, для тронного зала Зимнего дворца, также отражала личные достоинства Екатерины Великой и прославляла ее деяния во славу государства.

  13. Philippe Lejeune, Catherine Bogaert: Historia pewnej praktyki „Uri journal à soi" (Paris 2003, Ed. Textuel, s. 214, album

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    Regina Lubas-Bartoszyńska

    2007-06-01

    Full Text Available This article discusses the content of an album of P. Lejeune and C. Bogaert, published in Paris in last year (in 2003, dedicated to a personal diary. The fact of bringing out of this publication became for the author of this article an impulse to present an anthropological view at the form of diary. The author - taking an opportunity of presenting the content of the album - gives an outline of the tradition of the genre, discusses various criteria (geographical, historical, sociological which have an influence on the development and formation of this literary form. The author also draws attention to the significant features of a personal diary (the ones which differ it from, e.g. autobiography and its kinds (from the purest form of a personal, intimate diary through the diary-letter written by one to him/herself to some unconvetional diaries such as: a painter's diary, diary-comic-strip, film diary, diary-photograph, on line diary - blog. While also pointing to such forms as: spiritual diaries, journey diaries, log books, and historical chronicles, the author emphasises the necessity of relating the origin of the diary with a concrete situation of men.

  14. 75 FR 8947 - M. Catherine Higgins; Analysis of the Agreement Containing Consent Order to Aid Public Comment

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    ... whether Ms. Higgins thought the order was effective. Rather, the order against Ms. Higgins is justified by... treatment. Second, we do not think this situation raises any legal issues surrounding non-price negotiations... organizational respondent (as opposed to an owner of the organization or someone who is shown to control the...

  15. Loïc Brémaud, Catherine Guillaumin, L'archipel de l'ingénierie de la formation. Transformations, recompositions

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    Wahl, Elodie

    2011-01-01

    L'ouvrage L'archipel de l'ingénierie de la formation est la publication des actes d'un colloque qui s'est tenu à l'Université de Rennes 2 en janvier 2009. Le colloque comptait 22 intervenants, l'ouvrage est conséquent, et les articles sont très variés, tant par les perspectives adoptées, que par leurs formes ou leurs contenus. L'ouvrage se divise en trois grandes parties : la première traite de l'évolution de l'ingénierie de la formation, la seconde des nouvelles pratiques d'ingénierie, et la...

  16. BRÉMAUD Loïc & GUILLAUMIN Catherine (dir.). L’archipel de l’ingénierie de formation. Transformations, recompositions

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    Lavielle-Gutnik, Nathalie

    2011-01-01

    Cet ouvrage fait suite à un colloque éponyme associant les universités de Rennes 2, Tours et Nantes célébrant les vingt ans du Master SIFA (Stratégie et ingénierie en formation d’adultes). Le projet intellectuel que nourrit cet ouvrage est de reconsidérer les évolutions actuelles du champ de l’ingénierie de la formation. Son intérêt est moins d’identifier les pratiques d’ingénierie de formation, ce qu’il permet toutefois clairement de réaliser, que d’engager un véritable travail de modélisati...

  17. Mougenot Catherine, Raconter le paysage de la recherche, Préface de Bernard Chevassus-au-Louis, Paris, Quae, 2011.

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    André Micoud

    2012-05-01

    Full Text Available Que voilà un livre bien original ! La recherche dont il rend compte consiste ni plus ni moins qu’à sonder les reins et les cœurs de tous ceux là qui partagent la passion du connaître. Engagée auprès d’une large communauté de chercheurs de terrain appartenant à un spectre étendu de disciplines, et tous impliqués dans un même programme (DIVA : DIVersité biologique et Agriculture, elle a consisté à écouter ce que des chercheurs ont rarement l’occasion de confier. Ce qui veut dire qu’on ne trouv...

  18. Comments on ;An improved Cauchy number approach for predicting the drag and reconfiguration of flexible vegetation; by Peter Whittaker, Catherine A.M.E. Wilson, and Jochen Aberle

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    Chen, Li; Chen, Xiaobing

    2017-07-01

    Whittaker et al. (2015) presented a modified Cauchy number approach for the estimate of flow resistance induced by flexible vegetation. The approach represents a noteworthy effort in quantifying vegetation resistance to streamflow. Here we briefly discuss some theoretical and practical issues of this approach, and show how it is related to the approach developed by Kouwen and others (Kouwen et al., 1969; Kouwen and Unny, 1973) and recently revised by Chen et al. (2014).

  19. The Influence of Leadership in The Conduct of the Implementation Process of Strategic Planning: A Case Study at the University Hospital of the University of St Catherine

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    Giselly Rizzatti

    2012-09-01

    Full Text Available Teaching hospitals are undergoing profound and fast changes, especially resulting from the implementation of new policies for health. To achieve their goals and remain competitive, these organizations have been forced to adopt more effective management tools, among which are the elaboration of a strategic plan. The goal of this study is to analyze the influence of leadership in driving the implementation process of strategic planning in a teaching hospital. The study was conducted in the university hospital Prof. Polydoro Ernani de São Thiago from Federal University of Santa Catarina - HU / UFSC, where a semi-structured interview was conducted with the coordinator of the Strategic Planning Team HU / UFSC. Authors Hersey et al (1986, Northouse (2004, Schein (1997 Senge (1999, among others, were grounded theoretically in the theme of leadership. The theory of strategic planning was primarily based on works by authors Ansoff (l991, Hrebiniak (2006 and Pereira (2010. With the research results, we can conclude the great influence that leadership plays in driving the implementation process of strategic planning.

  20. Historical anamnesis and diagnostic investigation on the oil on panel painting “Madonna with Child and Saints Jerome and Catherine from Siena” ascribed to Domenico Beccafumi (1486-1551

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    2003-02-01

    Full Text Available The diagnostic analyses executed on the painting “Madonna con Bambino e Santi Girolamo e Caterina da Siena”, ascribed to Beccafumi by Zeri in 1995, and datable, for stylistic considerations, in the early thirty years in 1500, allowed to analyse the executive technique, to confirm the attribution to the Sienese painter and to evaluate the preservation conditions. Diagnostic analyses have been executed by: reflectography, videomicroscopy, X-rays radiography, X-rays fluorescence spectroscopy. Analyses with gas cromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS have been executed on micro-fragments to investigate the nature of binders. The painting, not in very good conservation conditions, shows a significant degradation process in act. Effects of old and radical cleanings appear evident: these, probably, intended to solve some problems in the Beccafumi’s pictorial technique: he used to paint very quickly, leaving typical colour drippings. The main damages, in any case, seem to be caused by old and significant wood deformation.

  1. La représentation de la sexualité dans la littérature féminine du nouveau millénaire : le cas de Catherine Millet

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    Nathalie Dumas

    2010-01-01

    Frédéric Beigbeder, dans son dernier roman intitulé Windows on the World, en vient à la conclusion que, de nos jours, le Play-boy international n’est en fait plus qu’un célibataire en quête de jouissance, ne chassant que la femme superficielle ou la prostituée. Selon l’auteur, aujourd’hui le Play-boy international est une femme. Une Bridget Jones ou une Carrie Bradschaw de Sex and the City (Beigbeder, 178 et 231). Le type de femme qui fait peur, qui assume et expose sa féminité et son indépen...

  2. Catherine Parayre, « Les impostures de l’écriture : “Comment réussir sa vie” de Paul Savoie et La critique de Céline Forcier

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    Full Text Available En soi, les calculs secrets de tout imposteur ont pour objectif de manipuler autrui et de le convaincre à croire vrai ce qui ne l’est pas. Dans la nouvelle « Comment réussir sa vie » de Paul Savoie (L’empire des rôdeurs, 2004 tout autant que dans le roman La critique (2012 de Céline Forcier, l’imposture consiste chez le protagoniste à s’arroger le rôle d’écrivain sans toutefois se soumettre à la critique, c’est-à-dire à publier un texte en passant outre les règles du monde de l’édition. Savoie et Forcier dressent ainsi le portrait complexe, ni approbateur ni antipathique, d’auteurs isolés mais opiniâtres. Dans une critique sous-jacente, ils n’épargnent pas non plus les excès et autres dysfonctionnements de l’institution littéraire. Au-delà de destins particuliers, « Comment réussir sa vie » et La critique se font surtout l’écho de questions et thèmes volontiers abordés dans l’écriture en milieu minoritaire. L’article entreprend de déterminer dans quelle mesure ces deux textes explorent diverses facettes de la figure de l’écrivain franco-ontarien.

  3. 5th August 2008 - British Secretary of State for Innovation, Universities and Skills J. Denham MP with DIUS Director General Designate A. F.M. Smith and PA Catherine Perez meeting British scientists, engineers and technicians.

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

  4. Naisteromaanide uimarohi / Ilona Martson, Kristi Pärn

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    1997-01-01

    Atwood, Margaret. Röövelpruut; Austen, Jane. Veenmine; Sheldon, Sidney. Veresidemed; Ondaatje, Michael. Inglise patsient; Lind, Hera. Kahe mehe vahel; Simmel, Johannes Mario. Vastust teab vaid tuul; Gaskin, Catherine. Fiona; Gaskin, Catherine. Perekonnaasjad; Barne, John. Evita

  5. Environmental Investigations and Analyses for Los Angeles-Long Beach Harbors, Los Angeles, California, 1973-1976.

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    1976-12-01

    Christine Yonai Fred Piltz Ichthyology Jay Carroll Karl Lyde John Helle Scott Ralston S. Ishikawa Steve Subber Catherine Kusick Catherine Terry...Charles Greaves Catherine Link Susan Harrison Julie Thompson Kaoru 0. Kendis Ismay Stanley Randall Kendis Marine Technicians Bruce Adams Gene Mummert

  6. Piracy and Maritime Crime: Historical and Modern Case Studies

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    2010-01-01

    Vietnamese Boat People 97 by Bruce A. Elleman CHAPTER SEVEN Piracy and Armed Robbery in the Malacca Strait: A Problem Solved? 109 by Catherine Zara Raymond...thereby dramatically increasing overall cases of piracy within the region.” Catherine Zara Raymond analyzes piracy and armed robbery in the Malacca...Asia-Pacific, ed. Joshua Ho and Catherine Zara Raymond (Singapore: World Scientific, 2005), p. 259. 3. International Maritime Bureau [hereafter IMB

  7. Naval War College Review. Volume 62, Number, 3, Summer 2009

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    31 Catherine Zara Raymond Whatever the flaws of the efforts of littoral states to...collapse of the local fishing industry as well as that of a functioning Somali state during the 1990s. Catherine Zara Raymond, in “Piracy and Armed...Problem Solved? Catherine Zara Raymond The Malacca Strait is a narrow waterway that extends nearly six hundred nau-tical miles from the Andaman Sea to

  8. [Book review] Cowbirds and Other Brood Parasites by Catherine Ortega. Tucson, Arizona: University of Arizona Press (1998). The Avian Brood Parasites: Deception at the Nest by Paul A. Johnsgard. New York: Oxford University Press (1997) Parasitic Birds and their Hosts: Studies in Coevolution edited by S.I. Rothstein & S.K. Robinson. New York: Oxford University Press (1998)

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    Hahn, D.C.

    1999-01-01

    We are in a golden age for the study of brood parasitism, judging from both the quantity and quality of recent scientific publications on cuckoos, cowbirds and parasitic finches by investigators working in Europe, the Americas, Africa and Asia. As Johnsgard (1997) remarks in his preface, the evolutionary, ecological, and behavioural questions posed by obligate brood parasites are among the most intriguing contemporary ornithological topics. Rothstein & Robinson (1998) explain that brood parasites make ideal subjects for testing the generality of models for the evolution of social and mating behaviour, foraging behaviour, spatial distribution, and vocal development, because the strategy of providing no parental care removes constraints imposed on other birds. Since Aristotle, people have been fascinated by brood parasites, but only in the past two decades has the number of investigators working on this topic reached a critical mass and created momentum that promises many breakthroughs. New studies are being completed so rapidly that a general book is inevitably out of date on some topics by the time it is published. A complete library on brood parasitism should add two recent volumes (Morrison et al. 1999; Smith et al., in press).to the three reviewed here.

  9. ‘Towards a Latin Europe’: Vers une Europe Latine: Acteurs et enjeux des échanges culturels entre la France et l’Italie fasciste, Catherine Fraixe, Lucia Piccioni and Christophe Poupault, eds., Brussels: P.I.E. Lang, 2014

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    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available In the years between the wars, Republican France and Fascist Italy vied for international regard as the foremost “Latin” nation. The fourteen essays in this book examine a network of people whose activities were characterized by the various declensions of a few key terms: Latinité/Latinità, Romanité/Romanità, and Méditerranéanisme/Mediterraneità —concepts that combined a European transnationalism with enhanced nationalism. As different as their political regimes might have been, France and Italy were nations were culture was first and foremost an affair of State. For those French diplomats and cultural officials on the Right who mistrusted the messiness of the democratic parliamentary system and were haunted by a fear of their nation’s cultural decadence and its alleged subjugation to the North, “Latin” fascism became a beacon. Roughly half of the essays in the book retrace however the fortunes of individual Francophile Italians living in Paris whose activities contributed to promoting and thus legitimizing the art and literature produced under the Fascist regime. Vers une Europe Latine offer a model of interdisciplinary research in rewriting the historiography of a particularly troubled period.

  10. Raamaturappija / Karl Martin Sinijärv

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    1997-01-01

    Meister, Andi. Lõpetamata logiraamat; Asjahuvilistele astroloogia ajaloost ja rakendamisest; Wolf-Cohen, Elizbeth. 50 hõrgutavat suupistet; Üllaste, Pilvi. Matsi raamat; Cookson, Catherine. Tilly Trotter

  11. (AJST) HYDROBIOLOGICAL STUDIES ON IBIEKUMA RIVER AT ...

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    . NIGERIA, AFTER IMPOUNDMENT: THE FAUNAL CHARACTERISTICS. Clement Aghatise Edokpayi* and Ekikhalo Catherine Osimen**. *Department of Zoology, Marine Biology and Fisheries,. University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos, Nigeria.

  12. Successful randomized trials: a handbook for the 21st century

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    McKinlay, Sonja; Domanski, Michael J

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    ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 5. Randomization: What It Is and How to Do It . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 CATHERINE E. HEWITT AND DAVID J. TORGERSON 6. Setting Sample Size...

  13. Kirjanduslik orgia?! Tänan, ei! / Raul Sulbi

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    Arkaadia järjejutt (juuni - august 2002, autorid Wimberg, Veiko Märka, Urmas Vadi, Jürgen Rooste, Aapo Ilves, Aarne Ruben, Matt Barker, Hedda Maurer, Ivar Sild, Karen Orlau, Indrek Hargla, Jan Kaus, Mehis Heinsaar)

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    the combination of 50% soybean population of variety B significantly ... primary objective of all farmers is to sustain product. (Barker and ... Most of farmers needs have increased due to ... increase agricultural production is to improve yield.

  15. Thirty-two phase sequences design with good autocorrelation ...

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    mum peak aperiodic autocorrelation sidelobe level one are called Barker Sequences. ... the generation and processing of polyphase signals have now become easy ..... Cook C E, Bernfield M 1967 An introduction to theory and application.

  16. The role of judges in the regulation of Australian employment contracts / Gabrielle Golding

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    2016-01-01

    Austraalia kohtunike rollist töölepingute reguleerimises, pretsedendist ja selle järgimisest teiste lahendite puhul. Austraalia kõrgema kohtu otsusest asjas Barker. Kohtute rollist õigusloome protsessis

  17. Research and Development in Support of the Navy Technology Center for Safety and Survivability

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    1990-10-26

    Automotive Engineers. Inc. * Warrendale. PA (1984). (6) Zeelenberg . A. P.. FIJa ven Drat. HI. 3.. end Barker. H1. L.. Coor. Interastona Dlan Machines A...given by Zeelenberg et al.3. The CCAI is based on two simple in Table 1. The fuels were ranked in order of their measurements, namely viscosity and...authors thank R. N. Hazlett (Naval Research 3 Zeelenberg , A. P., Fijn van Draat, H. J. and Barker. H. L. ’Congres Laboratory, Washington, DC) for helpful

  18. Linear and Nonlinear Infrasound Propagation to 1000 km

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    AFRL-RV-PS- AFRL-RV-PS- TR-2016-0017 TR-2016-0017 LINEAR AND NONLINEAR INFRASOUND PROPAGATION TO 1000 KM Catherine de Groot-Hedlin Scripps...Nonlinear Infrasound Propagation to 1000 km 5a. CONTRACT NUMBER 5b. GRANT NUMBER 5c. PROGRAM ELEMENT NUMBER 62601F 6. AUTHOR(S) Catherine de Groot

  19. Report To The Secretary Of Defense - Global Logistics Management

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    2011-07-01

    Spencer, and Leigh Warner. Catherine Whittington served as the Board’s Staff Analyst. PROCESS The Task Group conducted more than 30 interviews...Phillips Mr. Richard Spencer Ms. Leigh Warner DBB Staff Analyst Ms. Catherine Whittington 2 Methodology  Reviewed DoD Directives and

  20. Global Logistics Management

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    Phillips, Richard Spencer, and Leigh Warner. Catherine Whittington served as the Board Staff Analyst. PROCESS The Task Group conducted more than...Chair) Mr. Pierre Chao Mr. William Phillips Mr. Richard Spencer Ms. Leigh Warner DBB Staff Analyst Catherine Whittington 2 Methodology

  1. Report to the Secretary of Defense -- Re-Examining Best Practices for DoD Fuel Acquisition

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    2011-07-01

    Lon Levin, and Robert Stein. Colonel Jeffery Kelley, USA, served as the Military Assistant and Ms. Catherine Whittington served as the Board’s...Immergut, and Mr. Lon Levin DBB Military Assistant: • COL Jeffrey P. Kelley, USA DBB Staff Analyst: • Ms. Catherine Whittington Task Group Overview

  2. Targeting the S1P Axis and Development of a Novel Therapy for Obesity-Related Triple-Negative Breast Cancer

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    2015-09-01

    Catherine I. Dumur, Zara Zelenko, Emily J. Gallagher, Derek Leroith, Sheldon Milstien1, Kazuaki Takabe and Sarah Spiegel. The Phosphorylated Prodrug...Akimitsu Yamada, Masayuki Nagahashi, Tomoyoshi Aoyagi, Hiroaki Aoki, Catherine I. Dumur, Zara Zelenko, Emily J. Gallagher, Derek Leroith, Sheldon

  3. Naval War College Review. Volume 63, Number 1, Winter 2010

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    Impeccable Incident. Summer 2009:101–11 Raymond, Catherine Zara . Piracy and Armed Robbery in the Malacca Strait: A Problem Solved? Summer 2009:31–42...an Old Problem: Report of the Naval War College Workshop on Countering Maritime Piracy. Autumn 2009:141–54 Raymond, Catherine Zara . Piracy and Armed

  4. Multinational Counter-Piracy Operations: How Strategically Significant is the Gulf of Guinea to the Major Maritime Powers

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    2015-12-01

    153. 40 Catherine Zara Raymond, “Piracy and Armed Robbery in the Malacca Strait: A Problem Solved?,” Naval War College Review 62, no. 3 (Summer 2009...Analysis.” Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review 48, issue 1 (January 2012): 258–265. Raymond, Catherine Zara . “Piracy and

  5. Securing Sub-Saharan Africa’s Maritime Environment: Lessons Learned from the Caribbean and Southeast Asia

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    2009-06-01

    Worst of Times: Maritime Security in the Asia-Pacific eds. Joshua Ho and Catherine Zara Raymond (Singapore: Institute of Defense and Strategic Studies...Security Outlook for Southeast Asia,” in The Best of Times, the Worst of Times: Maritime Security in the Asia-Pacific eds. Joshua Ho and Catherine Zara

  6. 『エデンの園』における「楽園」

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    森, 裕子; モリ, ヒロコ; Hiroko, MORI

    2004-01-01

    The Garden of Eden, Ernest Hemingway's posthumous work, was edited by Tom Jenksa, anonymous editor, and published from Charles Scribner's Sons, in 1986. Background of this story is South France in about the middle of 1920's. And the strange relation of David Bourne, Catherine Bourne and Marita is described in this. David and Catherine were having happy 'the paradise' life in hotel at le Grau du Roi at first, but their married life begin to break soon. When David and Catherine visited la Napou...

  7. Piracy in the Horn of Africa: The Role of Somalia’s Fishermen

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    2010-12-01

    37 Catherine Zara Raymond, “Piracy and Armed Robbery in the Malacca Strait: a Problem Solved?” Naval War College review, summer 2009, 62:3, 37. 38...302 Catherine Zara Raymond, “Piracy in Southeast Asia: new trends, Issues and Responses,” Institute of Defense and strategic Studies Singapore...search.aspx?query=pirates%20threaten%20ship%20traffic %20in%20gulf%20of%20aden (accessed October 4, 2010). Raymond, Catherine Zara . “Piracy and

  8. Modern Piracy and Regional Security Cooperation in the Maritime Domain: The Middle East and Southeast Asia

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    2010-03-01

    Information Sharing Centre (ISC),” 433. 33 Catherine Zara Raymond, “Piracy and Armed Robbery in the Malacca Straits,” Naval War College Review 62:3...2009); Catherine Zara Raymond, “Piracy and Armed Robbery in the Malacca Straits,” Naval War College Review 62:3 (Summer 2009); Carolin Liss, “The...Charlottesville, Virginia: University Press of Virginia, 1988). Raymond, Catherine Zara . “Piracy and Armed Robbery in the Malacca Straits.” Naval War College

  9. 77 FR 9532 - Air Quality Designations for the 2010 Primary Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2

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    2012-02-17

    ...-Eakin (913) 551-7942, Region VIII--Catherine Roberts (303) 312-6025, Region IX--Eleanor Kaplan (415) 972... concentrations near major roads are appreciably higher than those measured at monitors in the current network...

  10. Whiteread, Sullivan, Flavin : galeriiring : London / Jaan Elken

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    Elken, Jaan, 1954-

    2006-01-01

    Inglise skulptori ja installatsioonikunstniku Rachel Whiteread'i ja ameerika videokunstniku Catherine Sullivani näitustest Londonis Tate'i muuseumis. Ameerika valguskunstniku Dan Flavini (1933-1996) näitusest Haywardi galeriis

  11. Van Rompuy ja Ashton - kes need veel on? / Aadu Hiietamm

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    2009-01-01

    Euroopa Liidu 27 liikmesriigi juhid valisid ühenduse presidendiks ehk täpsemalt Euroopa Ülemkogu alaliseks eesistujaks senise Belgia peaministri Herman Van Rompuy ja välisministriks Euroopa Komisjoni kaubandusvoliniku paruness Catherine Ashtoni Suurbritanniast

  12. Near-peer mentorship for undergraduate training in Ugandan ...

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    Near-peer mentorship for undergraduate training in Ugandan medical schools: views of undergraduate students. Godfrey Zari Rukundo, Aluonzi Burani, Jannat Kasozi, Claude Kirimuhuzya, Charles Odongo, Catherine Mwesigwa, Wycliff Byona, Sarah Kiguli ...

  13. Surgery on Fetus Reduces Complications of Spina Bifida

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    Full Text Available ... a Study Resources and Publications Rehabilitative and Assistive Technology Condition Information NICHD Research Information Find a Study ... through an opening in the spine. In a new Web video, study author Catherine Y. Spong, M. ...

  14. Early intervention

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    Mental Health, Department of Psychology, Stellenbosch University. Catherine Ward is with ... engage in violent behaviour, rape and intimate partner violence during later ... This evidence suggests that primary prevention initiatives for violence ...

  15. A Canadian Effort to Address Fractions Teaching and Learning Challenges

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    Yearley, Shelley; Bruce, Catherine D.

    2014-01-01

    Teaching and learning fraction concepts provides challenges in primary schools all over the world. In this article, Shelley Yearley and Catherine Bruce describe a fractions-based research project conducted in Ontario, Canada.

  16. 76 FR 66758 - Remedies for Small Copyright Claims

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    2011-10-27

    ... instructions. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Catherine Rowland, Counsel, Office of Policy and International... Involvement: State courts do not have expertise in copyright jurisprudence. As noted above, Section 1338 of...

  17. 77 FR 74013 - Granting of Request for Early Termination of the Waiting Period Under the Premerger Notification...

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    2012-12-12

    ... Robert E. Rich, Jr.; James Farrell and Catherine Farrell; Robert E. Rich, Jr. 20130210 G Starbucks Corporation; Andrew T. Mack; Starbucks Corporation. 20130214 G Westerman Interests, Inc.; Enerven Compression...

  18. 78 FR 13706 - Notice of Appointment of Individuals To Serve as Members of Performance Review Board

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    2013-02-28

    .... Pearson Vice-Chair of the PRB: Commissioner Dean A. Pinkert Member--Catherine DeFilippo Member--Robert B... Member--Lyn M Schlitt FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Patricia Connelly, Director of Human Resources, U...

  19. Kas fopaa toob õnne? / Margit Adorf

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    2007-01-01

    PÖFFi avamisest ja mõningatest filmidest: "Asendusõpetaja" (Taani), "See on Inglismaa" (Suurbritannia), "Tühjad pudelid" (rezh. Jan Sverak, Tšehhi), "Viimane armuke" (rezh. Catherine Breillat, Prantsusmaa - Itaalia)

  20. STS-93: Crew Watches the Installation of Chandra's Solar Panel in the VPF

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    1999-01-01

    The crew (Commander Eileen M. Collins, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby, Mission Specialists Steven A. Hawley, Catherine G. Coleman, and Michael Tognini) are dressed in cleanroom suits while overseeing the solar panel installation.

  1. 78 FR 65610 - Notice of Intent To Change the Submission Requirements of a Currently Approved Information...

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    2013-11-01

    ... level''. NIFA defines ``state level'' as the combining of all 1862 and 1890 Land-Grant University and..., this 18th day of October 2013. Catherine E. Woteki, Under Secretary, Research, Education, and Economics...

  2. Naiste maailm / Katrin Rajasaare

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    Rajasaare, Katrin

    2001-01-01

    Pimedate Ööde V filmifestivalil näidatavast kolmest mängufilmist : Stefan Jägeri "Sünnipäev", Saksamaa 2001; Catherine Corsini "Proov", Prantsusmaa 2001; Rakhsan Bani Etemad "Linna kesta all", Iraan 2001

  3. African Journal of AIDS Research - Vol 13, No 3 (2014)

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    Developing and implementing global gender policy to reduce HIV and AIDS in low- and middle -income countries: Policy makers' perspectives · EMAIL FULL TEXT EMAIL FULL TEXT · DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. Shannon Olinyk, Andrew Gibbs, Catherine Campbell.

  4. Finishing and Special Motifs: Lessons Learned from CRISPR Analysis Using Next-Generation Draft Sequences (7th Annual SFAF Meeting, 2012)

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    Campbell, Catherine

    2012-06-01

    Catherine Campbell on "Finishing and Special Motifs: Lessons learned from CRISPR analysis using next-generation draft sequences" at the 2012 Sequencing, Finishing, Analysis in the Future Meeting held June 5-7, 2012 in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

  5. Cannes'i võidufilmi taga on töö noortega / Annika Koppel

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    Koppel, Annika

    2008-01-01

    Cannes'i 61. filmifestivali Kuldse Palmioksa võitis prantslase Laurent Cantet' mängufilm "Klass" ("Entre les Murs"). Ka teistest auhinnatud filmidest ja ex-aequo preemia saajatest Clint Eastwoodist ja Catherine Deneuve'ist

  6. JUST Vol. 29 No. 1 April 2009

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    Prince

    2009-04-01

    Apr 1, 2009 ... tonic and Madam Catherine; but the levels of these toxic metals will not ... ment of the safety and effectiveness of herbal ...... Adepa, Technician and Mr. Ray Bright Voeg- borlo ... Journal of Occupational Medicine and Toxicol-.

  7. New arrivals

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    On Tuesday 24 November 2009, members of CERN Management welcomed recently-recruited staff members and fellows at the second part of the Induction Programme (photographed here with Anne-Sylvie CATHERIN, Head of HR Department).

  8. New arrivals

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    On Thursday 10 June 2010, members of CERN Management welcomed recently-recruited staff members and fellows at the second part of the Induction Programme (photographed here with Anne-Sylvie CATHERIN, Head of HR Department).

  9. Järgmisel nädalal algab Veneetsia filmifestival / Andris Feldmanis

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    Feldmanis, Andris, 1982-

    2006-01-01

    Tänavune Veneetsia filmifestival toimub 30. augustist 9. septembrini. Kuldlõvile kandideerib 20 filmi, žüriid juhib Catherine Deneuve, elutööpreemia saab David Lynch. Festival algab Brian de Palma filmiga "Must daalia"

  10. Allergy and allergic diseases

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    Kay, A. B

    2008-01-01

    ... and Other Tolerogenic Mechanisms in Allergy and Asthma, 83 Catherine Hawrylowicz and Cezmi A. Akdis 5 IgE and IgE Receptors, 103 Brian J. Sutton, Andrew J. Beavil, Rebecca L. Beavil and James Hunt...

  11. Alice'i imedemaa Pariisis / Isabel Chiang

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    Chiang, Isabel

    2000-01-01

    1998. a. Pariisis Catherine Alice Mamet' poolt asutatud mööblisalongist, seal tegutsevate disainerite (Pucci de Rossi, Satch, Guy Ferrer, Pablo Pares jt.) loomingunäiteid. Pariisis disaini õppiva tudengi Isabel Chiangi eluloolisi andmeid. 15 illustratsiooni

  12. Biosurfactants research trends and applications

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    Mulligan, Catherine N; Sharma, Sanjay K

    2014-01-01

    Green chemistry and Biosurfactant ResearchCatherine N. Mulligan, Sanjay K. Sharma, Ackmez Mudhoo,and Komal MakhijaniAmphiphilic Molecules of Microbial Origin: Classification, Characteristics, Genetic Regulations, and Pathways for BiosynthesisGunaseelan Dhanarajan and Ramkrishna SenRhamnolipids: Characteristics, Production, Applications, and AnalysisFereshteh Arab and Catherine N. MulliganSophorolipids: Characteristics, Production, and ApplicationsVivek K. Morya and Eun-Ki KimBiosurfactants and Bioemulsifiers from Marine SourcesRengathavasi Thavasi and Ibrahim M. BanatCharacterization, Production, and Applications of LipopeptidesCatherine N. MulliganBiosurfactants in the Food IndustryMarcia Nitschke and Siddhartha G.V.A.O. CostaTrehalose BiosurfactantsNelly Christova and Ivanka StoinevaBiosurfactant-Mediated Nanoparticle Synthesis: A Green and SustainableApproachVivek Rangarajan, Snigdha Majumder, and Ramkrishna SenEnhancement of Remediation Technologies with BiosurfactantsCatherine N. MulliganBiosurfactant Co...

  13. Vegetative propagation of twelve fodder tree species indigenous to ...

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    Vegetative propagation of twelve fodder tree species indigenous to the Sahel, West Africa. Catherine Ky-Dembele, Jules Bayala, Antoine Kalinganire, Fatoumata Tata Traoré, Bréhima Koné, Alain Olivier ...

  14. [Socialist escapes. Breaking away from ideology and everday routine in Eastern Europe 1945-1989] / Karsten Brüggemann

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    Brüggemann, Karsten, 1965-

    2014-01-01

    Arvustus: Socialist escapes: Breaking away from ideology and everday routine in Eastern Europe 1945-1989, co-edited with Cathleen M. Giustino and Catherine J. Plum (New York and Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2013).

  15. Armed To Learn: Aiming At California K 12 School Gun Policy

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    2016-03-01

    AIMING AT CALIFORNIA K-12 SCHOOL GUN POLICY by Catherine Wilson Jones March 2016 Thesis Co-Advisors: Kathleen Kiernan John Rollins...Master’s thesis 4. TITLE AND SUBTITLE ARMED TO LEARN: AIMING AT CALIFORNIA K-12 SCHOOL GUN POLICY 5. FUNDING NUMBERS 6. AUTHOR(S) Catherine...gap in viewpoints between gun control advocates who want tighter gun control and constitutionalists who believe as strongly in the Second Amendment

  16. French Customs

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    2010-01-01

    Please note that the French Customs (initially located in Building 904, Prévessin) are now located in Ferney-Voltaire (FR): Mrs Catherine NEUVILLE Douane de Ferney-Voltaire Rue de Genève F – 01210 Ferney-Voltaire Phone : 33 4 50 40 51 42 Email : catherine.neuville@douane.finances.gouv.fr Tom Wegelius Tel: 79947 Logistics and Site Services

  17. Securing Healthcare’s Quantified-Self Data: A Comparative Analysis Versus Personal Financial Account Aggregators Based on Porter’s Five Forces Framework for Competitive Force

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    2016-09-01

    PORTER’S FIVE FORCES FRAMEWORK FOR COMPETITIVE FORCES Catherine H. Chiang Management Program Analyst, United States Citizenship and Immigration...2009): 454–66, doi:10.1377/hlthaff.28.2.454. 34 Catherine L. Anderson and Ritu Agarwal, “The Digitization of Healthcare: Boundary Risks, Emotion...allows patterns of distinctive characteristics to be tracked. As more behaviors are digitized , these unique characteristics could easily be used to

  18. Nursery School - Enrollments 2011-2012

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    Tuesday 8, Wednesday 9 and Thursday 10 March From 8.00 to 10.00 at the Nursery School Registration forms will be available from 4th March onwards: At the Nursery School, from Catherine Regelbrugge, Secretary tel: 73604, Catherine.Regelbrugge@cern.ch    At the Nursery School, from Brigitte Pillionnel, Headmistress tel:77925, Brigitte.Pillionnel@cern.ch    On the pages of the Nursery School website

  19. Nursery School - ENROLMENTS 2011-2012

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    Tuesday 8, Wednesday 9 and Thursday 10 March From 8.00 to 10.00 at the Nursery School Registration forms available from 4th March onwards: At the Nursery School, from Catherine Regelbrugge, Secretary, tel: 73604, Catherine.Regelbrugge@cern.ch At the Nursery School, from Brigitte Pillionnel, Headmistress, tel: 77925, Brigitte.Pillionnel@cern.ch On the pages of the Nursery School website

  20. Smart Power: The United States, Iran, and a Nuclear Deal

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    2014-05-22

    87Katzman, The Iran Sanctions Act (ISA), 1. 88Robert J. Einhorn, “Solving the Iranian Nuclear Puzzle,” Arms Control Association briefing, Carnegie ...114Catherine Dale , Operation Iraqi Freedom: Strategies, Approaches, Results, and Issue for Congress (Washington, DC: Congressional Research Service...fire-on-u-s-drone/ (accessed on September 28, 2013). Dale , Catherine. Operation Iraqi Freedom: Strategies, Approaches, Results, and Issue for

  1. Scientific news

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    1998-01-01

    Getting there — Interesting papers on tree climbing are: M. Barker, An update on low-tech methods for forest canopy access and on sampling a forest canopy, Selbyana 18 (1997) 61-71. W.Y. Brockelman, A method for climbing rain forest tree boles without using vertical ropes, Selbyana 18 (1997) 72-76,

  2. Literature Review of Cetane Number and Its Correlations.

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    1987-05-01

    comprising distillate and residual fuels, Zeelenberg , et al. (141 obtained a correlation between CCAI and ignition delay. B. Calculated Ignition...1: An Improved Cetane Number Predictor," SAE Paper 861519, (1986). 14. Zeelenberg , A. P., Fijn Van Draat, H. J., and Barker, H. L., "The Ignition

  3. 29 CFR 1910.261 - Pulp, paper, and paperboard mills.

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    2010-07-01

    ... tender shall be required to signal the hoisting engineer to move the load only after the men working in.... Hydraulic barkers shall be enclosed with strong baffles at the inlet and the outlet. The operator shall be... out with water, and fresh air shall be blown into them before allowing men to enter. Men entering the...

  4. 78 FR 43145 - Announcing Approval of Federal Information Processing Standard 186-4, Digital Signature Standard

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    ...-01] Announcing Approval of Federal Information Processing Standard 186-4, Digital Signature Standard.... SUMMARY: This notice announces the Secretary of Commerce's approval of Federal Information Processing... changes are effective on July 19, 2013. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Elaine Barker (301) 975-2911...

  5. Efficient pseudorandom generators based on the DDH assumption

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    Rezaeian Farashahi, R.; Schoenmakers, B.; Sidorenko, A.; Okamoto, T.; Wang, X.

    2007-01-01

    A family of pseudorandom generators based on the decisional Diffie-Hellman assumption is proposed. The new construction is a modified and generalized version of the Dual Elliptic Curve generator proposed by Barker and Kelsey. Although the original Dual Elliptic Curve generator is shown to be

  6. CLINICAL IMMUNE RESTORATION IN THE CONTEXT OF HAART

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    Enrique

    immune system is related to the kinetics of viral replication. In most cases increased ... The restoration of an impaired immune system is assessed by clinical parameters, immunological changes which can be measured in the ..... Levy JA, Mackeviez CE, Barker E. Controlling HIV pathogenesis: the role of the noncytotoxic ...

  7. Generation and exploitation of stem cell derived organoid cultures

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    Karthaus, W.R.

    2013-01-01

    Following the identification of the intestinal epithelium stem cell (ISC) Barker et al. 2007 by Lgr5, the transcriptome of the ISC was defined using microarray technology. One of the genes specifically expressed by ISC’s is Nr2e3. Originally Nr2e3 was identified as a retinal specific gene, where it

  8. Generation and exploitation of stem cell derived organoid cultures.

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    Karthaus, W.R.

    2013-01-01

    Following the identification of the intestinal epithelium stem cell (ISC) Barker et al. 2007 by Lgr5, the transcriptome of the ISC was defined using microarray technology. One of the genes specifically expressed by ISC’s is Nr2e3. Originally Nr2e3 was identified as a retinal specific gene, where it

  9. Genetic diversity analysis of five cattle breeds native to China using ...

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    This work was supported by Department of Education of Shan- dong Province of China Foundation (No. J04C11). References. Barendse W., Armitage S. M. and Kossarek L. M. 1994 A gene- tic linkage map of the bovine genome. Nature Genetics 6,. 227–235. Barker J. S. F. 1994 A global protocol for determining genetic.

  10. Kanepikasvatajate unine suvi / Jüri Ehlvest

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    2002-01-01

    Arkaadia järjejutust, ilmus juuni - august 2002 Eesti Päevalehes, autorid: Wimberg, Veiko Märka, Urmas Vadi, Jürgen Rooste, Aapo Ilves, Aarne Ruben, Matt Barker, Hedda Maurer, Ivar Sild, Karen Orlau, Indrek Hargla, Jan Kaus, Mehis Heinsaar

  11. De samenhang tussen prenatale blootstelling aan de Hongerwinter en medische bevindingen op lange termijn

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    Roseboom, T. J.; van der Meulen, J. H.; Ravelli, A. C.; Bleker, O. P.

    2000-01-01

    The 'foetal origins' hypothesis (Barker hypothesis) proposes that undernutrition of the foetus during critical periods of development increases the risk of coronary heart disease in later life. The Dutch famine caused by the second World War in the winter of 1944--although a historical

  12. Accuracy of pulse oximetry in pigmented patients

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    Trempel'" KK. Barker SJ. PuI$e

  13. Gone but not forgotten

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    D. Henderson

    2015-03-01

    Full Text Available In this reminiscence I discuss the influence of Henry Eyring and John Barker upon my life and work. Others, especially my family, have been of even greater personal influence. However, these two great and grand men were of tremendous scientific influence. Of course, others who came before Eyring and Barker, especially Boltzmann and van der Waals and later Onsager and Eyring's contemporary, Kirkwood, have been influential, but only indirectly as I never met them. Eyring and Barker are not the only scientists who have inspired me. Many who influenced me have contributed articles to this special issue or have worked with me. I single out Eyring and Barker because I met them early in my career and because they have passed away and are now present only in spirit. They are gone but should not be forgotten; I take this occasion to remind the readers about these two outstanding scientists and fine men and offer this reminiscence as thanks to them.

  14. South African Medical Journal - Vol 85, No 8 (1995)

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    Chronic fatigue syndrome · EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT · DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. E. M. Barker, B. M. de Bruijn, E. J. Immelman, D. G. C. Presbury, A. D. P. van den Berg, D. A. Green, V. J. Pinkney-Atkinson, 780-782 ...

  15. Case report

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    15 oct. 2015 ... Drug administration errors: a prospective survey from three South African teaching hospitals. Anaesth. Intensive. Care. 2009. Jan;37(1):93-. 8. PubMed | Google Scholar. 3. Barker KN, Flynn EA, Pepper GA, Bates DW, Mikeal RL. Medication errors observed in 36 health care facilities. Arch. Intern Med.

  16. Küünikute frustratsioon, europeldikute kassikuld ja alkohooliku elukibedus / Tarmo Teder

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    1999-01-01

    II Pimedate Ööde Filmifestivali filme : "Ülestegemata voodid" ("Unmade Beds") : režissöör Nicholas Barker, "Ettevaatust, uksed sulguvad!" ("Sliding Doors") : režissöör Peter Howitt ja "Minu nimi on Joe" ("My Name Is Joe") : režissöör Ken Loach

  17. Traditional-Aged College Juniors' Career Planning Self-Efficacy: A Case Study

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    Sherman, Dawn C.

    2012-01-01

    The purpose of this single-site case study was to explore and describe traditional-age college juniors' reports of self-efficacy (Bandura, 1997) regarding Career Planning (Barker & Kellen, 1998). More specifically, the career planning confidence levels of college juniors enrolled in a required career development course at a private business…

  18. Can In Utero Exposures Program an Increased Risk for Diseases Later in Life?

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    In the early 1990's, David Barker and his colleagues studied the relationship between the incidence of coronary heart disease and birth weight in a population of adult men and women in Hertfordshire, England. They found an inverse correlation between the incidence of coronary hea...

  19. NEW, GOOD DOCTORS FOR AN ALTERED SOCIETY*

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    NEW, GOOD DOCTORS FOR AN ALTERED SOCIETY*. ANrHONY BARKER ... the concept of trying to become one is just a psychological throwback? ... called all these things and many things besides, yet this ... sex (women ought to be better at it than men, but often are not) .... foundations to lay for a specialized career.

  20. Army Sustainment. Volume 43, Issue 2. March-April 2011

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    the night before. Barker notes, “Like the men, the animals were nearly mad with thirst,” and consequentially “a number of mules made a dash for the...5-month siege. The majority of these cap- tives died of starvation, exhaustion, disease, or cruelty by their Turkish captors. The fall of Kut

  1. The Drakensberg Escarpment as the great supplier of water to South Africa

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    Taylor, SJ

    2016-11-01

    Full Text Available : Investigations of the Hydrologic Cycle in Alpine Environments: 1-41 The Drakensberg Escarpment as the great supplier of water to South Africa Taylor, SJ Ferguson, JHW Engelbrecht, Francois A Clark, VR Van Rensburg, S Barker, N ABSTRACT...

  2. A comparative study of pseudorandom sequences used in a c-VEP based BCI for online wheelchair control

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    Isaksen, Jonas L.; Mohebbi, Ali; Puthusserypady, Sadasivan

    2016-01-01

    In this study, a c-VEP based BCI system was developed to run on three distinctive pseudorandom sequences, namely the m-code, the Gold-code, and the Barker-code. The Visual Evoked Potentials (VEPs) were provoked using these codes. In the online session, subjects controlled a LEGO® Mindstorms® robot...

  3. Soomes ilmusid eesti raamatud

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    2004-01-01

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

  4. Fast Blood Vector Velocity Imaging: Simulations and Preliminary In Vivo Results

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    Udesen, Jesper; Gran, Fredrik; Hansen, Kristoffer Lindskov

    2007-01-01

    for each pulse emission. 2) The transmitted pulse consists of a 13 bit Barker code which is transmitted simultaneously from each transducer element. 3) The 2-D vector velocity of the blood is found using 2-D speckle tracking between segments in consecutive speckle images. III Results: The method was tested...

  5. EMBRYONIC AND FETAL PROGRAMMING OF PHYSIOLOGICAL DISORDERS IN ADULTHOOD

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    In the past decade, numerous epidemiological studies have indicated strong inverse associations between birth weight and risk of coronary heart disease, hypertension, type 2-diabetes and other diseases in adulthood. The ¿Barker hypothesis¿ thus postulates that a number of organ ...

  6. Transformational Leadership and Organizational Commitment: A Study of UNC System Business School Department Chairs

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    Luton, Bill

    2010-01-01

    Ample evidence is available citing a positive relationship between transformational leadership and organizational commitment (Boerner et al., 2007; Bono & Judge, 2003; Bycio, Hackett, & Allen, 1995; Chen, 2004; Emery & Barker, 2007; Walumbwa, Orwa, Wang, & Lawler, 2005). The majority of research on leadership in higher education,…

  7. The Reality of Sustaining Community-Based Sport and Physical Activity Programs to Enhance the Development of Underserved Youth: Challenges and Potential Strategies

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    Whitley, Meredith A.; Forneris, Tanya; Barker, Bryce

    2015-01-01

    Many community-based sport and physical activity programs take a positive youth development approach when operating in underserved communities around the world (Forneris, Whitley, & Barker, 2013). However, one of the biggest challenges for these programs is sustainability (Lindsey, 2008). The purpose of this article is to present the 3…

  8. Animal Models for Testing the DOHaD Hypothesis

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    Since the seminal work in human populations by David Barker and colleagues, several species of animals have been used in the laboratory to test the Developmental Origins of Health and Disease (DOHaD) hypothesis. Rats, mice, guinea pigs, sheep, pigs and non-human primates have bee...

  9. 29 March 2011 - Ninth President of Israel S.Peres welcomed by CERN Director-General R. Heuer who introduces Council President M. Spiro, Director for Accelerators and Technology S. Myers, Head of International Relations F. Pauss, Physics Department Head P. Bloch, Technology Department Head F. Bordry, Human Resources Department Head A.-S. Catherin, Beams Department Head P. Collier, Information Technology Department Head F. Hemmer, Adviser for Israel J. Ellis, Legal Counsel E. Gröniger-Voss, ATLAS Collaboration Spokesperson F. Gianotti, Former ATLAS Collaboration Spokesperson P. Jenni, Weizmann Institute G. Mikenberg, CERN VIP and Protocol Officer W. Korda.

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    2011-01-01

    During his visit he toured the ATLAS underground experimental area with Giora Mikenberg of the ATLAS collaboration, Weizmann Institute of Sciences and Israeli industrial liaison office, Rolf Heuer, CERN’s director-general, and Fabiola Gianotti, ATLAS spokesperson. The president also visited the CERN computing centre and met Israeli scientists working at CERN.

  10. Book Reviews

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    1998-01-01

    , Volumen II (1937-1938. Santo Domingo: Fundación Cultural Dominicana, 1995. 427 pp. -Danielle Bégot, Elborg Forster ,Sugar and slavery, family and race: The letters and diary of Pierre Dessalles, Planter in Martinique, 1808-1856. Elborg & Robert Forster (eds. and trans.. Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press, 1996. 322 pp., Robert Forster (eds -Catherine Benoit, Richard D.E. Burton, La famille coloniale: La Martinique et la mère patrie, 1789-1992. Paris: L'Harmattan, 1994. 308 pp. -Roderick A. McDonald, Kathleen Mary Butler, The economics of emancipation: Jamaica & Barbados, 1823-1843. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1995. xviii + 198 pp. -K.O. Laurence, David Chanderbali, A portrait of Paternalism: Governor Henry Light of British Guiana, 1838-48. Turkeyen, Guyana: Dr. David Chanderbali, Department of History, University of Guyana, 1994. xiii + 277 pp. -Mindie Lazarus-Black, Brian L. Moore, Cultural power, resistance and pluralism: Colonial Guyana 1838-1900. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press; Mona, Kingston: The Press-University of the West Indies, 1995. xv + 376 pp. -Madhavi Kale, K.O. Laurence, A question of labour: Indentured immigration into Trinidad and British Guiana, 1875-1917. Kingston: Ian Randle; London: James Currey, 1994. ix + 648 pp. -Franklin W. Knight, O. Nigel Bolland, On the March: Labour rebellions in the British Caribbean, 1934-39. Kingston: Ian Randle; London: James Currey, 1995. viii + 216 pp. -Linden Lewis, Kevin A. Yelvington, Producing power: Ethnicity, gender, and class in a Caribbean workplace. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1995. xv + 286 pp. -Consuelo López Springfield, Alta-Gracia Ortíz, Puerto Rican women and work: Bridges in transnational labor. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1996. xi + 249 pp. -Peta Henderson, Irma McClaurin, Women of Belize: Gender and change in Central America. New Brunswick NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1996. x + 218 pp. -Bonham C. Richardson, David M. Bush

  11. Un « plan Marshall juif » : la présence juive américaine en France après la Shoah, 1944 – 1954

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    2010-05-01

    Full Text Available Soutenance de la thèse le 26 juin 2009.Composition du juryMadame Nancy Green, Directrice d’études, Directrice de thèse,Madame Catherine Collomp, Professeur émérite, Rapporteur,Madame Catherine Nicault, Professeur, Rapporteur,Madame Maud Mandel, Associate professor, Examinateur,Monsieur Michel Prum, Professeur, Examinateur, Madame Isabelle Richet, Professeur, Examinateur.ResuméEntre1944 et 1954, les Juifs américains ont envoyé plus de 27 millions de dollars aux Juifs de France pour aider à rec...

  12. Nursery school

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    * * * * * Enrollments 2010-2011 Monday 8, Tuesday 9 and Wednesday 10 March From 8:00 to 10:00 at the Nursery School   Registration forms will be available from 5th March onwards: At the Nursery School, from Catherine Regelbrugge, Secretary tel: 73604, Catherine.Regelbrugge@cern.ch At the Nursery School, from Brigitte Pillionnel, Headmistress tel: 77925, Brigitte.Pillionnel@cern.ch On the pages of the Nursery School website http://kindergarten.web.cern.ch/kindergarten/docs/cond%20gales%2010-2011%20EN.pdf  

  13. Nursery School

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    2012-01-01

      Enrollments 2012-2013  Monday 5, Tuesday 6 and Wednesday 7 March From 8.00 to 10.00 at the Nursery School  Registration forms will be available from 2nd March onwards: – At the Nursery School, from Catherine Regelbrugge, Secretary   Catherine.Regelbrugge@cern.ch, tel : 73604. – At the Nursery School, from Brigitte Pillionnel, Headmistress    Brigitte.Pillionnel@cern.ch, tel : 77925. – On the pages of the Nursery School website    http://kindergarten.web.cern.ch/kindergarten/docs/cond%20gales%2012-2013%20EN.pdf

  14. The Gondi family : strategy and survival in late sixteenth-century France

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    Milstein, Joanna M.

    2011-01-01

    This thesis details the rise to power of one of the great families of late sixteenth-century France, the Gondi. Antoine de Gondi, the last of fifteen children, left his native Florence to settle permanently in France in the first decade of the sixteenth century. Like many other Italian immigrants of his time, he established himself in Lyon as a merchant and banker. He later bought the Seigneurie du Perron, and married a woman of Piedmontese origin, Marie-Catherine de Pierrevive. Catherine de’...

  15. Energy-dependent collisional deactivation of vibrationally excited azulene

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    Shi, J.; Barker, J.R.

    1988-01-01

    Collisional energy transfer parameters for highly vibrationally excited azulene have been deduced from new infrared fluorescence (IRF) emission lifetime data with an improved calibration relating IRF intensity to vibrational energy [J. Shi, D. Bernfeld, and J. R. Barker, J. Chem. Phys. 88, XXXX (1988), preceding paper]. In addition, data from previous experiments [M. J. Rossi, J. R. Pladziewicz, and J. R. Barker, J. Chem. Phys. 78, 6695 (1983)] have been reanalyzed based on the improved calibration. Inversion of the IRF decay curves produced plots of energy decay, which were analyzed to determine , the average energy transferred per collision. Master equation simulations reproduced both the original IRF decays and the deduced energy decays. A third (simple) method of determination agrees well with the other two. The results show to be nearly directly proportional to the vibrational energy of the excited azulene from ∼8000 to 33 000 cm -1 . At high energies, there are indications that the energy dependence may be slightly reduced

  16. Record length, mass, and clutch size in the nonindigenous Burmese Python, Python bivittatus Kuhl 1820 (Squamata: Pythonidae), in Florida

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    Krysko, Kenneth L.; Hart, Kristen M.; Smith, Brian J.; Selby, Thomas H.; Cherkiss, Michael S.; Coutu, Nicholas T.; Reichart, Rebecca M.; Nuñez, Leroy P.; Mazzotti, Frank J.; Snow, Ray W.

    2012-01-01

    The Burmese Python, Python bivittatus Kuhl 1820 (Squamata: Pythonidae), is indigenous to northern India,east to southern China, and south to Vietnam and a few islands in Indonesia (Barker and Barker 2008, Reed and Rodda 2009). This species has been introduced since at least 1979 in southern Florida, USA, where it likely began reproducing and became established during the 1980s (Meshaka et al. 2000, Snowet al. 2007b,Kraus 2009, Krysko et al. 2011, Willson et al. 2011). Python bivittatus has been documented in Florida consuming a variety of mammals and birds, and the American Alligator(Alligator mississippiensis) (Snowet al. 2007a, 2007b; Harvey et al. 2008; Rochford et al. 2010b; Holbrook and Chesnes 2011), many of which are protected species. Herein, we provide details on two of the largest known wild P. bivittatus in Florida to date, including current records on length,mass,clutch size, and diet.

  17. Conflict Approaches of Effective Project Manager in the Upstream Sector of Indonesian Oil & Gas Industry

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    Adhi Cahyono; Yanki Hartijasti

    2012-01-01

    Conflict can be functional or dysfunctional to the organization’s performance. This study focused on the relationship between conflict approaches implemented by the project manager based on project team member’s perception on the effectiveness of the project manager in managing project’s conflict. Questionnaires were modified from Barker et al. (1988) to measure conflict management approaches and outcomes of managing project conflict. Data were gathered from 57 respondents w...

  18. Loss-of-Use Damages From U.S. Nuclear Testing in the Marshall Islands: Technical Analysis of the Nuclear Claims Tribunal’s Methodology and Alternative Estimates

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    2005-08-12

    productivity of the islands in producing copra or fish, was not considered. The assumption is also inconsistent with the capitalization model that the value of...David Barker and Jay Wa-Aadu, “Is Real Estate Becoming Important Again? A Neo Ricardian Model of Land Rent.” Real Estate Economics, Spring, 2004, pp...the model explicit, it avoids shortcomings of the NCT methodology, by using available data from RMI’s national income and product accounts that is

  19. Book reviews

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    2009-01-01

    Des Alwi, Friends and exiles; A memoir of the nutmeg isles and the Indonesian nationalist movement. (Chris F. van Fraassen) James A. Anderson, The rebel den of Nùng Trí Cao; Loyalty and identity along the Sino-Vietnamese frontier. (Emmanuel Poisson) Reggie Baay, De njai; Het concubinaat in Nederlands-Indië. (Maya Sutedja-Liem) John Barker (ed.), The anthropology of morality in Melanesia and beyond. (Jaap Timmer) Kees Buijs, Powers of blessing from t...

  20. How Autism Affects Speech Understanding in Multitalker Environments

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    2015-12-01

    Allen, Cleary, Kublin, & Goldstein , 2002; Wetherby, Goldstein , Cleary, Allen, & Kublin, 2003; Wetherby & Prizant, 1993; Wetherby, Watt, Morgan...functioning individuals with autism or Asperger’s syndrome. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 45(6), 1107-1114. Barker, B. A., & Newman, R...S. (2004). Listen to your mother! The role of talker familiarity in infant streaming. Cognition , 94(2), B45-B53. Bricker, D., Squires, J., Mounts

  1. Consideration of the Verleur model of far-infrared spectroscopy of ternary compounds

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    Robouch, B. V.; Kisiel, A.; Sheregii, E. M.

    2001-01-01

    The clustering model proposed by Verleur and Barker [Phys. Rev. 149, 715 (1966)] to interpret far infrared data for face-centered-cubic ternary compounds is critically analyzed. It is shown that their approach, satisfactory for fitting some ternary compound spectral curves, is too restricted by its one-parameter β model to be able to describe preferences (with respect to a random distribution case) for the five tetrahedron configurations

  2. “Meanwhile use”: pop-ups, temporary spaces and the politics of scarcity in ‘do-it-yourself’ theatre-making

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    Butler, Linford

    2017-01-01

    This paper considers a ‘do-it-yourself’ politics and practice within contemporary theatre-making, one which “implies (and exploits) more rudimentary, accessible, tools and media, and promotes being more self-reliant” (Daniels, 2014, 11), in order to interrogate how the interplay between temporary performative spaces, artists, collectives and making a “virtue of having less resources” (Barker, 2014) constitutes the “political act of democratising art-making” (Daniels, 2014, 8). It consider...

  3. Climate Change, Social Justice and Development

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    Terry Barker; Şerban Scrieciu; David Taylor

    2008-01-01

    Terry Barker, Şerban Scrieciu and David Taylor discuss the implications of climate change for social justice and the prospects for more sustainable development pathways. They state that the analysis and discussions surrounding the climate change problem, particularly those drawing on the traditional economics literature, have relied on a crude economic utilitarianism that no moral philosopher would endorse. Such arguments have typically ignored the concept of justice itself and wider e...

  4. Case report

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    ebutamanya

    28 oct. 2015 ... thérapeutique. Conflits d'intérêts les auteurs ne déclarent aucun conflit d''intérêt. Contributions des auteurs. Tous les auteurs ont lu et approuvé la version finale du manuscrit. Références. 1. Barker JM1, Liu E. Celiac disease: pathophysiology, clinical manifestations, and associated autoimmune conditions.

  5. Muscular Strength Gains and Sensory Perception Changes: A Comparison of Electrical and Combined Electrical/Magnetic Stimulation.

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    1992-04-10

    1128. 70. Binder A, Parr G, Hazleman B, et al. Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy of persistent rotator cuff tendinitis . Lancet. 1984;1:695-698. 71...Lunt M, Barker AT. Pulsed magnetic fields - for rotator cuff tendinitis . Lancet. 1984;1:1295. 72. Warnke U. The possible role of pulsating magnetic...with rotator cuff tendonitis of greater than 3 months duration. At the end of the eight-week trial, significant improvements in pain level, range of

  6. Dynamic Information Management and Exchange for Command and Control Applications, Modelling and Enforcing Category-Based Access Control via Term Rewriting

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    2015-03-01

    a hotel and a hospital. 2. Event handler for emergency policies (item 2 above): this has been implemented in two UG projects, one project developed a...Workshop on Logical and Se- mantic Frameworks, with Applications, Brasilia, Brazil , September 2014. Electronic Notes in Theoretical Computer Science (to...Brasilia, Brazil , September 2014, 2015. [3] S. Barker. The next 700 access control models or a unifying meta-model? In SACMAT 2009, 14th ACM Symposium on

  7. Indefinite toxic circles: an art series curated by Nicole Shea

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    Sabraw, John; Scott, Conohar; Barker, Mandy

    2017-01-01

    Art is at the forefront when it comes to amplifying the discussions surrounding environmental issues. This series by artists John Sabraw, Conohar Scott, and Mandy Barker illuminates the dangers confronting our waters, from leaking pipes to discarded plastics, to the long-term impact of these toxic products on our most delicate and vulnerable ecosystems and sites. Given the recent declarations of climate change and environmental issues to be “fake news,” projects such as these are crucial in r...

  8. Dynamic Structural Flexible-Beam Response to a Moving Barge Train Impact Force Time-History Using Impact_Beam

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    2011-08-01

    White, Mohamed and Barker, 2010). The engineering formulation for Impact_Force uses the impulse momentum principle to convert the linear momentum of a...flexure the plane cross-section of a beam remains plane, i.e., the Bernoulli -Euler theory. That is, shear deformations are negligible for a slender...observation that the magnitude of the impulse is equal to the change in momentum . This allows for the introduc- tion of the force time-history into the

  9. Coded excitation for infrared non-destructive testing of carbon fiber reinforced plastics.

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    Mulaveesala, Ravibabu; Venkata Ghali, Subbarao

    2011-05-01

    This paper proposes a Barker coded excitation for defect detection using infrared non-destructive testing. Capability of the proposed excitation scheme is highlighted with recently introduced correlation based post processing approach and compared with the existing phase based analysis by taking the signal to noise ratio into consideration. Applicability of the proposed scheme has been experimentally validated on a carbon fiber reinforced plastic specimen containing flat bottom holes located at different depths.

  10. A New Science of Leadership for Citizens of the Milky Way

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    Grace, Catherine O'Neill

    2013-01-01

    As a coauthor (with psychologists Michael Thompson and Lawrence Cohen) of "Best Friends, Worst Enemies: Understanding the Social Lives of Children," Catherine O'Neill Grace has spent much of the past few years researching the lives of children in the microcosm of schools. Lately, she has been wondering if the same social cruelty,…

  11. Helping Children with Attentional Challenges in the Montessori Classroom: Introduction

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    Nehring Massie, Catherine

    2017-01-01

    Catherine Nehring Massie provides important contextual information in considering children with attentional challenges. She discusses the prevalence of attentional challenges in today's culture and the contributing factors. She gives a general overview of the spectrum of attentional challenges and some of the indicators in children. Her history of…

  12. Cloudy Territories?

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    Drees, W.B.

    2016-01-01

    The Cloud of Unknowing is a late medieval English mystical text; it has inspired Catherine Keller's title Cloud of the Impossible. A cloud seems fairly diffuse; territory sounds more solid: terra-Earth. However, The Territories of Science and Religion is unsettling for those who assume to be on firm

  13. Fantacy't erinevale maitsele / Sash Uusjärv

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    Uusjärv, Sash

    2011-01-01

    Arvustus: Westerfeld, Scott. Inetud / inglise keelest tõlkinud Maali Käbin. Tallinn : Varrak, 2011; Flinn, Alex. Koletu / inglise keelest tõlkinud Kret Kaasik. Tallinn : Varrak, 2010 ; Banner, Catherine. Kuninga silmad / inglise keelest tõlkinud Tanel Rõigas. Tallinn : Varrak, 2011

  14. The Knowledge Illusion: Who Is Doing What Thinking?

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    McCrory, Catherine

    2015-01-01

    Focusing on students' attempts to explain the relative significance of different factors in Hitler's rise to power, Catherine McCrory explores the vexed question of why students who seem able to express necessary historical knowledge on one occasion cannot effectively reproduce it on another. Drawing on a detailed analysis of what it actually…

  15. Humanitarian Logistics - A new form of logistics?

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    Ittmann, HW

    2005-08-01

    Full Text Available , New York, USA square4 26 December 2004, Indian Ocean Region square4 29 August 2005, Hurricane Catherine, New Orleans, USA square4 ……….Tsunami, Darfur, Hurricanes, Earthquakes, South African Food Crises, HIV/AIDS pandemic…….. square4 Every year...

  16. A CTE Legacy Built on Chocolate: Milton Hershey School's 100 Years

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    Kemmery, Robert

    2010-01-01

    One hundred years ago, Chocolate Magnate Milton S. Hershey and his wife Catherine signed the deed of trust creating the Hershey Industrial School in the heart of their Pennsylvania farming community. They had no children of their own and wanted to help orphan boys get a good education. The couple eventually left their entire fortune to the school.…

  17. How Many People Does It Take to Make an Essex Man? Year 9 Face up to Historical Difference

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    McCrory, Catherine

    2013-01-01

    Teaching her Key Stage 3 students in Essex, Catherine McCrory was struck by the stark contrast between their enthusiasm for studying diverse histories of Africa and the Americas and their reluctance to engage with certain groups deemed different within England. Inspired by the resources in the local Record Office and keen to implement the part of…

  18. Sexospécificités | Page 204 | CRDI - Centre de recherches pour le ...

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    Panama's Darién National Park is the largest national park in Central America and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Within the park three distinct groups of Indigenous people — the Emberá, the Kuna, and the Wounaan — live a lifestyle that has been largely unchanged for centuries. Catherine Potvin, a researcher at McGill ...

  19. Integrating a virtual agent into the real world

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    André, Elisabeth

    2007-01-01

    Integrating a virtual agent into the real world : the virtual anatomy assistant ritchie / K. Dorfmüller-Ulhaas ... - In: Intelligent virtual agents : 7th international conference, IVA 2007, Paris, France, September 17-19, 2007 ; proceedings / Catherine Pelachaud ... (eds.). - Berlin [u.a.] : Springer, 2007. - S. 211-224. - (Lecture notes in computer science ; 4722 : Lecture notes in artificial intelligence)

  20. "Armastuse retsepti" tippkokk Zeta Jones ei oska muna keeta / Triin Tael

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    Tael, Triin

    2007-01-01

    Scott Hicksi romantiline komöödiafilm "Armastuse retsept" ("No Reservations"), mille peaosas Walesist pärit näitlejanna Catherine Zeta Jones. Näitlejanna muljeid oma rolliks ettevalmistustest, mille hulka käis ka praktika pärisrestoranis

  1. Oxygen Generating Biomaterials Preserve Skeletal Muscle Homeostasis under Hypoxic and Ischemic Conditions

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    2013-08-26

    injection” protocol for myogenic cell transplantation throughout large volumes of muscles in a Duchenne muscular dystrophy patient: eighteen months follow-up...Oxygen Generating Biomaterials Preserve Skeletal Muscle Homeostasis under Hypoxic and Ischemic Conditions Catherine L. Ward, Benjamin T. Corona...investigation was to determine if sodium percarbonate (SPO), an oxygen generating biomaterial, is capable of maintaining resting skeletal muscle

  2. Epistemic Autonomy: A Criterion for Virtue?

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    Mudd, Sasha

    2013-01-01

    Catherine Elgin proposes a novel principle for identifying epistemic virtue. Based loosely on Kant's Categorical Imperative, it identifies autonomy as our fundamental epistemic responsibility, and defines the epistemic virtues as those traits of character needed to exercise epistemic autonomy. I argue that Elgin's principle fails as a…

  3. International Trade in Commerce with Liberal Arts: One Instructor's Dual Pursuit.

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    Trendota, Kristina

    1982-01-01

    The need for and opportunities presented by foreign language aptitude in international trade are noted, and a program in executive German at the College of Saint Catherine is described. The program emphasizes developing language skills, especially in correspondence, and learning to observe certain international conventions and courtesies. (MSE)

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    Results 471 - 480 of 8531 ... Renewable energy projects need to engage communities. Technical solutions aren't sufficient to guarantee the success of small-scale renewable energy projects in Brazil. But, says 2016 IDRC Research Award recipient Catherine Gucciardi Garcez, that's where the focus has largely been.

  5. H-NMR metabolomics: Profiling method for a rapid and efficient ...

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    user

    2012-06-28

    Jun 28, 2012 ... Yosra Ben Akal-Ben Fatma1, Katia Pianelli2, Martine Dieuaide-Noubhani3, Aline Le Menn5,. Catherine ... science (Sobolev et al., 2003), nutrition and quality (Hall ...... the leaves of C3 plants also showed an increase of.

  6. Coverage analysis of lists of genes involved in heterogeneous ...

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    The rationale of our study was to specifically evaluate sequence coverage using ... Catherine Badens and Martin Krahn contributed equally to this work. the analysis of ... (Life Technologies) with sequencing data processing using the Torrent ... map4 parameter, which is the default option to balance rapid- ity and maintain a ...

  7. 77 FR 71452 - Extension of Comment Period: Orphan Works and Mass Digitization

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    2012-11-30

    ... that contains searchable, accessible text (not an image); Microsoft Word; WordPerfect; Rich Text Format... International Affairs, by email at [email protected] ; or Catherine Rowland, Senior Counsel, Office of Policy and International Affairs, by email at [email protected] ; or contact the Copyright Office by telephone, at 202-707...

  8. RSM Outlook Summer 2010 : Management Research: Shaping the future of business

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    R. Gilbert (Russell); L. Sawahata (Lesa); J. Whittern (Justine)

    2010-01-01

    markdownabstract#### Investing in new knowledge production (Catherine Walker) The meteoric rise of the Erasmus Research Institute of Management, or ERIM, would make many a company envious. In a mere ten years it has tripled in size. It has risen from relative obscurity to become one of the top

  9. Seeing the invisible

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    Heymans, Catherine

    2014-07-01

    Light from distant galaxies is distorted on its journey to us via a vast network of dark matter. By observing this phenomenon, known as gravitational lensing, physicists are able to map the structure of this dark cosmic web, as Catherine Heymans explains.

  10. What Are Tobacco, Nicotine, and E-Cigarette Products?

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    ... Drug Facts / Tobacco, Nicotine, & E-Cigarettes Tobacco, Nicotine, & E-Cigarettes Street names: Chew, Dip, Snuff Print Expand All Revised July 2017 What are tobacco, nicotine, and e-cigarette products? ©Shutterstock/ CatherineL-Prod Also known as: Cigarettes: ...

  11. 75 FR 61119 - Notice of Public Meeting of the Committee on Regulation

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    2010-10-04

    ... on the report to be considered at the meeting, to be submitted in writing no later than October 14... p.m. to 5 p.m. to consider a report examining agency procedures for determining whether to preempt... York University School of Law, Catherine M. Sharkey, to research and prepare a report regarding the...

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    Results 421 - 430 of 8491 ... Technical solutions aren't sufficient to guarantee the success of small-scale renewable energy projects in Brazil. But, says 2016 IDRC Research Award recipient Catherine Gucciardi Garcez, that's where the focus has largely been. IDRC awardees ...

  13. Journal of Child and Adolescent Mental Health - Vol 24, No 1 (2012)

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    The theory of planned behaviour as a framework for predicting sexual risk behaviour in sub-Saharan African youth: A critical review · EMAIL FULL TEXT EMAIL FULL TEXT · DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. Cleo Protogerou, Alan J Flisher, Leif Edvard Aarø, Catherine Mathews.

  14. Show and Tell

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    2013-01-01

    /DK), Pernille With Madsen, Emil Alenius, Andrés Galeano (E/DE), Kasper Vang & Mads Forsby, Nanna Lysholt Hansen og Molly & Me (Molly Haslund & Catherine Hoffmann (UK)) Kurateret af Judith Schwarzbart og Sanne Krogh Groth Produceret af studerende ved Performance-design Programmet var støttet af Statens Kunstråd...

  15. Cabaret Voltaire ja "Kabaret das Lust" / Marko Raat

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    Raat, Marko, 1973-

    2000-01-01

    Prantsuse režissööri Catherine Breillatþ "Romanss" ja pornograafia mõiste ning Andres Maimiku, Arbo Tammiksaare, Juhan Ulfsaki Kabaret das Lust kava "Elu mõte" ja selle raames näidatud Tammiksaare-Maimiku mängufilmi sugemetega dokumentaalfilm "Macbeth" : loominguline ühendus "Suits"

  16. Pikantsed pajatused / Aita Kivi

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    Kivi, Aita, 1954-

    2000-01-01

    Sisu : Louis Paul Boon. Menuett; Herbjırg Wassmo. Õnne poeg; Jean Stone. Sünnipäevatüdrukud; Jo︠l Schmidt. Constantinus Suure mälestused; Mari Vallisoo. Ainsuse olevik; Catherine Coulter. Märklaud; Ross Macdonald. Mees mulla all

  17. Volshebnõi fonar Rozhe Vadima / Olga Kalmõkova

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    Kalmõkova, Olga

    2001-01-01

    Kohtumisel autoriga räägib tuntud prantsuse filmirežissöör Roger Vadim (1928-2000) oma võluvatest abikaasadest : Brigitte Bardot'st (1934), Catherine Deneuve'st (1943), Jane Fondast (1937) ja Marie-Christine Barrault'st (1944)

  18. Correction to Hilton et al. (2004)

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    Hilton, N. Zoe; Harris, Grant T.; Rice, Marnie E.; Lang, Carol; Cormier, Catherine A.; Lines, Kathryn J.

    2005-01-01

    This paper reports errors in the article "A Brief Actuarial Assessment for the Prediction of Wife Assault Recidivism: The Ontario Domestic Assault Risk Assessment," by N. Zoe Hilton, Grant T. Harris, Marnie E. Rice, Carol Lang, Catherine A. Cormier, and Kathryn J. Lines (Psychological Assessment, 2004, Vol. 16, No. 3, pp. 267-275). On page 272,…

  19. Evaluation of Lime and Persulfate Treatment for Mixed Contaminant Soil from Plum Brook Ordnance Works (Sandusky, OH)

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    2007-09-01

    OH) Victor F. Medina, Scott A. Waisner, Agnes B. Morrow, Catherine C. Nestler, and Michael Jones September 2007 E nv ir on m en ta l L ab or... hydroxyapatite , and calcium, sodium, potassium, and ammonium phosphates Tardy et al. (2003). Several recent studies have also reported that phosphate

  20. Behavioral Approach to Assessment of Youth with Emotional/Behavioral Disorders: A Handbook for School-Based Practitioners. Second Edition.

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    Breen, Michael J., Ed.; Fiedler, Craig R., Ed.

    The 15 chapters in this book address behavioral approaches to the assessment of youth with emotional and/or behavioral disorders. Chapters have the following titles and authors: (1) "Behavioral Assessment: An Overview" (Catherine Stanger); (2) "Legal and Ethical Issues in the Educational Assessment and Programming for Youth with…

  1. Reporting from the Shadows

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    Gray, Katti

    2012-01-01

    From the outset of filming her report on college students who were not U.S. citizens, documentary journalist and then-graduate student Catherine Orr steered clear of common tools for crafting news stories about nonresidents wanting to conceal their identity. She aimed, instead, to explore the nuanced, everyday lives of her documentary subjects,…

  2. Comments on "Testing for nonlinear structure and chaos in economic time series"

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    Hommes, C.H.; Manzan, S.

    2006-01-01

    This short paper is a comment on "Univariate tests for nonlinear structure" by Catherine Kyrtsou and Apostolos Serletis. We summarize their main results and discuss some of their conclusions concerning the role of outliers and noisy chaos. In particular, we include some new simulations to

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    Results 411 - 420 of 8491 ... Renewable energy projects need to engage communities. Technical solutions aren't sufficient to guarantee the success of small-scale renewable energy projects in Brazil. But, says 2016 IDRC Research Award recipient Catherine Gucciardi Garcez, that's where the focus has largely been.

  5. 77 FR 25538 - Quarterly Publication of Individuals, Who Have Chosen To Expatriate

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    2012-04-30

    ... ERIK PAUL FURLER NICOLAS SILVAN FURRER GAJA MARIA FURRER JONAS KEVIN FURRER SACHA GABRIELLA GAGNON... CATHERINE MARIE MILNE NATASHA JANE MIN CHRIS SHIK MIN STEVE BAE MIZRACHI ELI HAIM MONTAGUE ALEXANDRE NICOLAS... CHRISTIAN MARTIN SYZ ISABEL SUSAN TAN CHUAN LIONG TAN WEI-EE BEVERLY [[Page 25544

  6. Development of a microsatellite primer set to investigate the genetic ...

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    Development of a microsatellite primer set to investigate the genetic population structure of Armadillidium nasatum (Crustacea, Oniscidea). Séverine Masson, Cédric Faivre, Isabelle Giraud, Catherine Souty-Grosset, Richard Cordaux, Carine Delaunay,. Didier Bouchon and Nicolas Bech. J. Genet. 93, 545-549. Table 1.

  7. Electrical Activation Studies of Silicon Implanted Aluminum Gallium Nitride with High Aluminum Mole Fraction

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    2007-12-01

    like to thank the many friends I have made along the way, Matt Lange, Catherine Taylor, Glen Kading, and Greg Pitz for helping me to remember that life...oxidation. The Ta wrapping wire survives the anneal intact, but becomes brittle enough to easily break off. The samples are taken to the clean room

  8. Identifying social labels for mental illness in a Nigerian university ...

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    Identifying social labels for mental illness in a Nigerian university: the overt problem of public ... Methods: The study was a Focus Group Discussion that took place in the University of Ibadan. ... Support: A partial bursary was received from the John D. and Catherine T. McArthur Foundation, ... AJOL African Journals Online.

  9. 78 FR 43916 - National Register of Historic Places; Notification of Pending Nominations and Related Actions

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    2013-07-22

    ...) Ave. P, .75 mi. W. of 30th Rd., Little River, 13000580 Santa Fe Trail--Rice County Segment 3, (Santa... MISSOURI St. Charles County Link, Oliver L. and Catherine, House, 1005 Jefferson, St. Charles, 13000584 NEW... Manitowoc County Klingholz, Charles and Herriette, House, 224 Mill Rd., Manitowoc Rapids, 13000587 Waukesha...

  10. Surgery on Fetus Reduces Complications of Spina Bifida

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    Full Text Available ... an opening in the spine. In a new Web video, study author Catherine Y. Spong, M.D., ... medical rehabilitation. For more information, visit the Institute’s Web site at http://www.nichd.nih.gov/ . The ...

  11. Visit to the Library by President of Estonia

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    2008-01-01

    15. aprillil 2008 külastasid president Toomas Hendrik Ilves ja proua Evelin Ilves Iirimaa Rahvusraamatukogu, kus nad vaatasid näitust: Yeats : the life and works of William Butler Yeats. Juuresoleval fotol president T. H. Ilves, proua Evelin Ilves ja raamatukogutöötaja Catherine Fahy. Vabariigi President riigivisiidil Iirimaal 13.-16.04.2008

  12. Emad kinolinal / Maria Ulfsak-Sheripova

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    Ulfsak-Šeripova, Maria, 1981-

    2007-01-01

    Filmid : Roger Mitchelli "Ema", Douglas Sirki "Kõik, mida taevas lubab", Rainer Werner Fassbinderi "Hirm närib hinge seest", Todd Haynesi "On taevas nii kaugel", Alfred Hitchcocki "Psühho", Woody Alleni "New Yorgi lood", Lars von Trieri "Idioodid", "Alieni" filmid, Pedro Almodovari "Kõik minu emast" ja Catherine Breillat' "Romanss"

  13. Ontwikkelingshulp

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    Jansen, J.J.G.

    1997-01-01

    Wetenschappelijk is er over ontwikkelingshulp eigenlijk geen discussie meer. De kwestie is duidelijk. Hulp kan niet helpen, zie vooral: P.T. Bauer, Equality, The Third World & Economic Delusion, Londen 1981 Graham Hancock, Lords of Poverty, Londen 1989 Catherine Caufield, Masters of

  14. Journal of Child and Adolescent Mental Health - Vol 21, No 2 (2009)

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    Review Sexual coercion and adolescent risk behaviour: a systematic literature review · EMAIL FULL TEXT EMAIL FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. Jerusha N Soomar, Alan J Flisher, Catherine Mathews. http://dx.doi.org/10.2989/JCAMH.2009.21.2.3.1011 ...

  15. Kto odelsja huzhe vseh

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    2003-01-01

    Naisteajakirja Prima lugejad hindasid briti ja maailma tähtede riietumist. Iga-aastase preemia High Street Fashion Awards raames anti kõige halvemini riietuva kuulsuse tiitel briti top-modellile Jordanile ja kõige stiilsemaks hinnati Catherine Zeta-Jones. Mõlemas kategoorias loetletud kümme nime

  16. Ecological Metissage: Exploring the Third Space in Outdoor and Environmental Education

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    Lowan, Greg

    2011-01-01

    Metis scholar Catherine Richardson introduced the concept of the "Third Space" as the existentially blended territory of a Metis mentality. She compared this to the "First Space" of the dominant Euro-Canadian society and the "Second Space" of colonially subjugated Aboriginal peoples. However, during a recent…

  17. Critically Evaluating Competing Theories: An Exercise Based on the Kitty Genovese Murder

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    Sagarin, Brad J.; Lawler-Sagarin, Kimberly A.

    2005-01-01

    We describe an exercise based on the 1964 murder of Catherine Genovese--a murder observed by 38 witnesses, none of whom called the police. Students read a summary of the murder and worked in small groups to design an experiment to test the competing theories for the inaction of the witnesses (Americans' selfishness and insensitivity vs. diffusion…

  18. flora and fauna of Wadi Isla and Hebran, St Katherine Protectorate

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    Francis

    on the traditional site of the 'burning bush' of the Bible, at the foot of Mt Sinai. ... 1992), there is in fact a great deal of water draining down the wadis, ... between the regional capital on the Red Sea coast, El Tur, and the town of St Catherine.

  19. Plastic Brains and the Dialectics of Dialectics

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    Loxley, Andrew; Murphy, Colette; Seery, Aidan

    2014-01-01

    This article advances the thinking of Lima, Ostermann and Rezende's "Marxism in Vygotskian approaches to cultural studies of science education" and Mark Zuss' response to their paper. Firstly, it introduces Catherine Malabou's concept of plasticity, from which Hegel's dialectic can be re-read as historical materialist…

  20. African Journal of AIDS Research - Vol 15, No 1 (2016)

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    Involving parents from the start: formative evaluation for a large randomised controlled trial with Botswana Junior Secondary School students · EMAIL FULL TEXT EMAIL FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. Jessica Vig, Kim S. Miller, Catherine Chirwa-Motswere, Kate Winskell, Elizabeth Stallcup.

  1. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (79th, Anaheim, CA, August 10-13, 1996). Mass Communication and Society Division.

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    Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.

    The mass communication and society section of the Proceedings contains the following 17 papers: "Deviance in News Coverage of On-Line Communications: A Print Media Comparison" (Lisa M. Weidman); "Political Tolerance of Environmental Protest: The Roles of Generalized and Specialized Information" (Catherine A. Steele and Carol M.…

  2. Some Ghanaian herbal blood tonics as sources of Iron and other ...

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    Cu, Zn, Mn, Cd, Pb) ... Maximum estimated daily dosages of less than 1 mg/day of iron was obtained for all the herbal tonics, except the Madam Catherine brand which had 2.17 mg, compared with the required daily intake of 10 – 15 mg.

  3. Critical Arts - Vol 15, No 1 (2001)

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    The Internet in Africa - A New Road to Developmental Opportunities or a Digital Highway leading to Nowhere? Arnold S de Beer. Caught between Empires: Ambivalence in Australian Films. Greg McCarthy. REVIEW: African Years: The Zimbabwe Land Invasions, by Catherine Buckle. Bhekimpilo Sibanda. REVIEW: The ...

  4. Financial news

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    1994-01-01

    A proposal of training through research and mobility to strengthen the botanical expertise in Malesia has been submitted to the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. Unfortunately, it was not possible for the MacArthur Foundation to support our proposal this time due to limited resources,

  5. Funding the right care and support for everyone: creating a fair and transparent funding system.

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    2011-01-01

    The United Kingdom Secretary of State for Health commissioned an independent review of palliative care funding in the nation. The review team consisting of Tom Hughes-Hallet, Professor Sir Alan Craft, Catherine Davies, Isla Mackay, and Tilde Nielsson filed its report with funding recommendations on July 1, 2011. A summary of the report is presented.

  6. The Effects of Speech and Language Therapy Intervention on Children with Pragmatic Language Impairments in Mainstream School

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    Adams, Catherine; Lloyd, Julian

    2007-01-01

    In this article, Catherine Adams, clinical senior lecturer in speech and language therapy at the University of Manchester, and Julian Lloyd, senior lecturer in psychology at Newman College, Birmingham, describe the implementation and effects of an intensive programme of speech and language therapy for children who have pragmatic language…

  7. Evaluating Computer-Based Assessment in a Risk-Based Model

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    Zakrzewski, Stan; Steven, Christine; Ricketts, Chris

    2009-01-01

    There are three purposes for evaluation: evaluation for action to aid the decision making process, evaluation for understanding to further enhance enlightenment and evaluation for control to ensure compliance to standards. This article argues that the primary function of evaluation in the "Catherine Wheel" computer-based assessment (CBA)…

  8. Les dimensions d’une ombre: résonances intermédiales et collaborations artistiques entre femmes

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    Maryse Larivière

    2014-04-01

    Full Text Available Au sujet de l’ouvrage d’Andrea Oberhuber, Corps de papier : résonances[avec des accompagnements de Catherine Mavrikakis, Nicole Brossard et Verena Stefan] (Québec, QC, Nota Bene, 2012, 237 p. ISBN: 978-2-89518-442-3.

  9. Foreign Ministers discuss expansion of EU foreign policy / Ella Karapetyan

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    Karapetyan, Ella

    2010-01-01

    Eesti, Soome, Hispaania, Itaalia, Prantsuse, Rootsi ja Türgi välisministrid kohtusid Saariselkäs Euroopa Liidu välispoliitika juhi Catherine Ashtoniga. 12.-14. märtsil toimunud kohtumisel räägiti välispoliitikast, Euroopa Liidust ja selle koostööst teiste riikidega

  10. Reekviem rahvale, kelle kogu jõud kulub omavaheliste arvete klaarimisee, aga arved klaariks ei saa / Jüri Reinvere ; intervjueerinud Valner Valme

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    Reinvere, Jüri, 1971-

    2010-01-01

    Jüri Reinvere uuest CD+DVD kogumikust "Requiem", milles lauljate hääled ja flöödimuusika on ühendatud sõna ja filmiga, režissöör Catherine Jarvis. Eestis toimuvatest esitluskontsertidest. Intervjuu heliloojaga

  11. Stumbling Through: How Joel Klein Reinvented the New York City Schools

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    Viteritti, Joseph P.

    2012-01-01

    In this essay, the author reviews "Education Reform in New York City: Ambitious Change in the Nation's Most Complex School System," by Jennifer A. O'Day, Catherine S. Bitter, and Louis Gomez. The book under review explores a larger set of issues, and some time has passed. But many of the issues studied remain relevant and the consistent…

  12. Further themes in Christian drama in Nigeria | Agoro | EJOTMAS ...

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    We have used the following plays to illustrate the themes we are going to discuss in this paper: Cold Wings of Darkness and The Living Dead by A.E Anigala, Trial of the Beautiful Ones by Catherine Acholonu,The Secrets of the Devil, The beginning of the End and The Last Generation by Mike Bamiloye,The Church is the ...

  13. Comprehensive Population-Specific Marker Panel for Early Prostate Cancer Diagnostics and Risk Assessment

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    2012-06-01

    electronic signature for the eval-uation of Ganna Chornokur) 01/03/2012 09:15AM Manager: Date: Catherine Phelan C.P. ( electronic signature for...all tobacco products On average, how many cigarettes ( cigars Part 5, #l(e): note the number Part VI, A(l): table, raw "on average, how etc) did you

  14. Plasticity: A New Materialist Approach to Policy and Methodology

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    Ulmer, Jasmine B.

    2015-01-01

    This article examines Catherine Malabou's philosophical concept of plasticity as a new materialist methodology. Given that plasticity simultaneously maintains the ability to receive, give, and annihilate form, plasticity and plastic readings offer material-discursive possibilities for educational research. This article begins by discussing the…

  15. 77 FR 38765 - Notice of Intent To Revise a Currently Approved Information Collection

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    2012-06-29

    ... Congress and other government agencies, the forms are not designed to be statistical surveys. NIFA requires... application being submitted. This form is being revised to change the application type names and some business... June 2012. Catherine E. Woteki, Under Secretary, Research, Education, and Economics. [FR Doc. 2012...

  16. Highland Medical Research Journal - Vol 16, No 1 (2016)

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    Hysterosalpingographic abnormalities in women with infertility in a teaching hospital in Nigeria · EMAIL FULL TEXT EMAIL FULL TEXT · DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. Emmanuel O. Igoh, Nuhu D. Chom, Stephen D. Pam, Mike A. Enokela, D Atsukwei, Abdul J. Salaam, Catherine S. Igoh, A Angbalaga, ...

  17. Wuthering Heights

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    Bronte, Emily

    2005-01-01

    Wuthering Heights tells the story of a romance between two youngsters: Catherine Earnshaw and an orphan boy, Heathcliff. After she rejects him for a boy from a better background he develops a lust for revenge that takes over his life. In attempting to win her back and destroy those he blames for his

  18. Hot Spots on the Web for Teacher Librarians: A Selection of Recommended Web Sites for TLs To Visit.

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    Six papers review and recommend sites on the Web as resources for teacher librarians include: "Just Do It: A Guide to Getting Out There and Doing It Yourself" (Catherine Ryan); "A Selection of Recommended Web Sites for TLs To Visit" (Karen Bonanno); "A Selection of Recommended Web Sites for TLs To Visit" (Sandra…

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    Results 421 - 430 of 8491 ... Renewable energy projects need to engage communities. Technical solutions aren't sufficient to guarantee the success of small-scale renewable energy projects in Brazil. But, says 2016 IDRC Research Award recipient Catherine Gucciardi Garcez, that's where the focus has largely been.

  20. New arrivals

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    On Tuesday 4 September 2012, in the second part of the Induction Programme, members of the CERN Management welcomed recently-recruited staff members and fellows (photographed here with Anne-Sylvie Catherin, Head of the HR Department and Vincent Vuillemin, the CERN Ombuds).  

  1. 77 FR 75425 - Interagency Working Group on Plant Genomics (IWGPG): The National Plant Genome Initiative-What's...

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    ... Genome Initiative--What's Next? AGENCY: Office of Science, Office of Biological and Environmental... INFORMATION CONTACT: Dr. Catherine Ronning, U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Science, Office of Biological... 20585-1290. Phone 301-903-9549, fax (301) 903-5051, email: [email protected]science.doe.gov ; Dr. Jane...

  2. Kolm Armastust ja Anarhiat. Helsingist PÖFFile / Maria Ulfsak-Šeripova

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    Ulfsak-Šeripova, Maria, 1981-

    2009-01-01

    Helsingi käesoleva aasta filmifestivali "Armastus ja Anarhia" filmidest, mis tänavu ka PÖFFile või kohalikku kinolevisse tulevad : Steven Soderberghi "The Informant!" ja "The Girlfriend Experience", Lynn Sheltoni "Humpday" ning Catherine Breillat' "Sinihabe" ("Barbe Bleue")

  3. AdvanceVT Newsletter: February 2004

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    Inside this issue: Today's Leadership Seminar; Women's Month Reception; Child Care Survey National Science Foundation The AdvanceVT Team Elizabeth Creamer, Assessment Director Associate Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Catherine Eckel, ADVANCE Professor Professor of Economics Patricia Hyer, Principle Investigator Associate Provost for Academic Administration Barbara Johnson, Administrative Assistant Peggy Layne, Project Coordinator Nancy Love, Co-PI and ADVANCE Pro...

  4. Decolonial Pedagogies Walking and Asking. Notes to Paulo Freire from Abyayala

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    Walsh, Catherine E.

    2015-01-01

    Catherine Walsh is senior professor and director of the doctoral programme in Latin American Cultural Studies at the Universidad Andina Simon Bolivar in Ecuador. Her present work is focused on the political, epistemic and ethical project of critical interculturality, and on concerns of decoloniality, taking as key the themes of knowledge,…

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    ... Disclosure Division of the Office of the General Counsel of PBGC at the above address or by visiting that... INFORMATION CONTACT: Jo Amato Burns, Attorney, or Catherine B. Klion, Manager, Regulatory and Policy Division..., designating a beneficiary, granting a power of attorney, electing monthly payments, electing to withhold...

  6. 76 FR 5220 - Submission of Information Collection for OMB Review; Comment Request; Multiemployer Plan Regulations

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    ... without charge by writing to the Disclosure Division of the Office of the General Counsel, 1200 K St., NW... INFORMATION CONTACT: Donald F. McCabe, Attorney, or Catherine B. Klion, Manager, Legislative and Regulatory... participants regarding the election of alternative forms of benefit distribution and, if the plan is not...

  7. Last / Late Shakespeare? | Pearce | Shakespeare in Southern Africa

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    Catherine M.S. Alexander (ed). The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare's Last Plays. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009. Full Text: EMAIL FULL TEXT EMAIL FULL TEXT · DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT · http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/sisa.v24i1.11 · AJOL African Journals Online. HOW TO ...

  8. Kunstipistik ja kummist naine I : palverännakud KK keskmesse / Hanno Soans

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    2007-01-01

    Rahvusvahelisest kaasaegse kunsti näitusest Documenta, reisist Kasselisse, 1997. a. toimunud X Documentast (kuraator Catherine David), Fredericianumis eksponeeritud Jean Baudrillard'i fotonäitusest. Järg: Palverännak KK keskmesse II (Sirp, 2007, 26. oktoober, lk. 24)

  9. Erratum REML estimates of genetic parameters of sexual ...

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    dimorphism for wing and thorax length in. Drosophila melanogaster. Sandrine Mignon-Grasteau, Jean David, Patricia Gibert, Hélène Legout, Georges Pétavy, Brigitte Moreteau and Catherine Beaumont. J. Genet. 83, 163–170. The printed article (August 2004 issue) has a wrong figure 5. The correct figure 5 is printed below.

  10. A historical vignette (20). A royal otitis.

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    Tainmont, J

    2010-01-01

    A royal otitis. The young king of France, Francis II, the eldest son of Henry II and Catherine de Medici, died in Orleans from the effects of the complications of a chronic otitis on 6 December 1560. Based on texts of the time, the paper discusses the nature of the illness, the treatment, and the medical and political entourage of the king.

  11. Grande Ronde Basin Chinook Salmon Captive Brood and Conventional Supplementation Programs, 1999 Annual Report.

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    Carmichael, Richard W. (Oregon Department of Fish And Wildlife, La Grande, OR)

    2003-03-01

    Permit Number 1011 (formerly Permit No. 973) authorized ODFW to take listed spring chinook salmon juveniles from Catherine Creek and the Lostine and Grande Ronde rivers for scientific research and enhancement purposes. Special condition 2a specified the need for an annual report prior to initiation of next year's work.

  12. Grande Ronde Basin Chinook Salmon Captive Brood and Conventional Supplementation Programs, 1998 Annual Report.

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    Carmichael, Richard W. (Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, La Grande, OR)

    2003-03-01

    Permit Number 1011 (formerly Permit No. 973) authorized ODFW to take listed spring chinook salmon juveniles from Catherine Creek and the Lostine and Grande Ronde rivers for scientific research and enhancement purposes. Special condition 2a specified the need for an annual report prior to initiation of next years work.

  13. Lwati: A Journal of Contemporary Research - Vol 14, No 4 (2017)

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    Harnessing two language games to enhance students' achievement in English vocabulary: implications for innovation in second language teaching · EMAIL FULL TEXT EMAIL FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. Gladys D. Ukume, Catherine E. Ochogwu, Patience Ejembi, 1-15 ...

  14. Investigations into the Early Life History of Naturally Spring Chinook Salmon in the Grande Ronde River Basin : Fish Research Project Oregon : Annual Progress Report Project Period 1 September 1997 to 31 August 1998.

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    Keefe, MaryLouise; Tranquilli, J. Vincent

    1998-01-01

    We determined migration timing and abundance of juvenile spring chinook salmon from three populations in the Grande Ronde River basin. We estimated 6,716 juvenile chinook salmon left upper rearing areas of the Grande Ronde River from July 1997 to June 1998; approximately 6% of the migrants left in summer, 29% in fall, 2% in winter, and 63% in spring. We estimated 8,763 juvenile chinook salmon left upper rearing areas of Catherine Creek from July 1997 to June 1998; approximately 12% of the migrants left in summer, 37% in fall, 21% in winter, and 29% in spring. We estimated 8,859 juvenile chinook salmon left the Grande Ronde Valley, located below the upper rearing areas in Catherine Creek and the Grande Ronde River, from October 1997 to June 1998; approximately 99% of the migrants left in spring. We estimated 15,738 juvenile chinook salmon left upper rearing areas of the Lostine River from July 1997 to April 1998; approximately 3% of the migrants left in summer, 61% in fall, 2% in winter, and 34% in spring. We estimated 22,754 juvenile spring chinook salmon left the Wallowa Valley, located below the mouth of the Lostine River, from September 1997 to April 1998; approximately 55% of the migrants left in fall, 5% in winter, and 40% in spring. Juvenile chinook salmon PIT-tagged on the upper Grande Ronde River were detected at Lower Granite Dam from 4 April to 26 June 1998, with a median passage date of 1 May. PIT-tagged salmon from Catherine Creek were detected at Lower Granite Dam from 3 April to 26 June 1998, with a median passage date of 8 May. PIT-tagged salmon from the Lostine River were detected at Lower Granite Dam from 31 March through 26 May 1998, with a median passage date of 28 April. Juveniles tagged as they left the upper rearing areas of the Grande Ronde and Lostine rivers in fall and that overwintered in areas downstream were detected in the hydrosystem at a higher rate than fish tagged during winter in the upper rearing areas, indicating a higher

  15. Incorporating movement patterns to improve survival estimates for juvenile bull trout

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    Bowerman, Tracy; Budy, Phaedra

    2012-01-01

    Populations of many fish species are sensitive to changes in vital rates during early life stages, but our understanding of the factors affecting growth, survival, and movement patterns is often extremely limited for juvenile fish. These critical information gaps are particularly evident for bull trout Salvelinus confluentus, a threatened Pacific Northwest char. We combined several active and passive mark–recapture and resight techniques to assess migration rates and estimate survival for juvenile bull trout (70–170 mm total length). We evaluated the relative performance of multiple survival estimation techniques by comparing results from a common Cormack–Jolly–Seber (CJS) model, the less widely used Barker model, and a simple return rate (an index of survival). Juvenile bull trout of all sizes emigrated from their natal habitat throughout the year, and thereafter migrated up to 50 km downstream. With the CJS model, high emigration rates led to an extreme underestimate of apparent survival, a combined estimate of site fidelity and survival. In contrast, the Barker model, which allows survival and emigration to be modeled as separate parameters, produced estimates of survival that were much less biased than the return rate. Estimates of age-class-specific annual survival from the Barker model based on all available data were 0.218±0.028 (estimate±SE) for age-1 bull trout and 0.231±0.065 for age-2 bull trout. This research demonstrates the importance of incorporating movement patterns into survival analyses, and we provide one of the first field-based estimates of juvenile bull trout annual survival in relatively pristine rearing conditions. These estimates can provide a baseline for comparison with future studies in more impacted systems and will help managers develop reliable stage-structured population models to evaluate future recovery strategies.

  16. Open abdomen in gastrointestinal surgery: Which technique is the best for temporary closure during damage control?

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    Ribeiro Junior, Marcelo A F; Barros, Emily Alves; de Carvalho, Sabrina Marques; Nascimento, Vinicius Pereira; Cruvinel Neto, José; Fonseca, Alexandre Zanchenko

    2016-01-01

    AIM To compare the 3 main techniques of temporary closure of the abdominal cavity, vacuum assisted closure (vacuum-assisted closure therapy - VAC), Bogota bag and Barker technique, in damage control surgery. METHODS After systematic review of the literature, 33 articles were selected to compare the efficiency of the three procedures. Criteria such as cost, infections, capacity of reconstruction of the abdominal wall, diseases associated with the technique, among others were analyzed. RESULTS The Bogota bag and Barker techniques present as advantage the availability of material and low cost, what is not observed in the VAC procedure. The VAC technique is the most efficient, not only because it reduces the tension on the boarders of the lesion, but also removes stagnant fluids and debris and acts at cellular level increasing cell proliferation and division. Bogota bag presents the higher rates of skin laceration and evisceration, greater need for a stent for draining fluids and wash-ups, higher rates of intestinal adhesion to the abdominal wall. The Barker technique presents lack of efficiency in closing the abdominal wall and difficulty on maintaining pressure on the dressing. The VAC dressing can generate irritation and dermatitis when the drape is applied, in addition to pain, infection and bleeding, as well as toxic shock syndrome, anaerobic sepsis and thrombosis. CONCLUSION The VAC technique, showed to be superior allowing a better control of liquid on the third space, avoiding complications such as fistula with small mortality, low infection rate, and easier capability on primary closure of the abdominal cavity. PMID:27648164

  17. Isothermal (vapour + liquid) equilibrium for binary mixtures of (tetrahydrofuran + 1,1,2,2-tetrachloroethane or tetrachloroethene) at nine temperatures

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    Garriga, R.; Perez, P.; Gracia, M.

    2006-01-01

    Vapour pressures of (tetrahydrofuran + 1,1,2,2-tetrachloroethane, or tetrachloroethene) at nine temperatures between T = 283.15 K and T = 323.15 K were measured by a static method. The reduction of the vapour pressures data to obtain activity coefficients and excess molar Gibbs energies was carried out by fitting the vapour pressure data to the Redlich-Kister polynomial according to Barker's method. Excess molar volumes were also measured at T 298.15 K. A comparative analysis about the thermodynamic behaviour of both systems is performed, in terms of hydrogen bonding and electron-donor-acceptor interactions, as well as the resonance effect in tetrachloroethene

  18. Short outlines of books by Estonian authors / Rutt Hinrikus, Janika Kronberg

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    Hinrikus, Rutt, 1946-

    2000-01-01

    Andres Ehin. Alateadvus on alatasa purjus; Peeter Torop. Kultuurimärgid; Matt Barker. Sarah' jalad; Jaan Isotamm. Mina Johnny B.; Jaan Kaplinski. Silm. Hektor; Jaan Kaplinski. Kevad kahel rannikul ehk tundeline teekond Ameerikasse; Rein Raud. Pisiasjad, mis omavad tähtsust; Kerttu Rakke. Kalevipoeg; Elin Toona. Rõõm teeb taeva taga tuld; Veera Saar. Neid ammuseid aegu; Toomas Vint. Nädalavahetusel. Mängides; Varjatud ilus haigus : valik sajandilõpu eesti luuletajaid / koostanud Kajar Pruul; Viiu Härm. Duubel kaks

  19. Phase equilibrium properties of binary and ternary systems containing di-isopropyl ether + 1-butanol + benzene at 313.15 K

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    Villamanan, Rosa M.; Martin, M. Carmen; Chamorro, Cesar R.; Villamanan, Miguel A.; Segovia, Jose J.

    2006-01-01

    (Vapour + liquid) equilibria data of (di-isopropyl ether + 1-butanol + benzene) (di-isopropyl ether + 1-butanol) and (1-butanol + benzene) have been measured at T = 313.15 K using an isothermal total pressure cell. Data reduction by Barker's method provides correlations for the excess molar Gibbs energy using the Margules equation for the binary systems and the Wohl expansion for the ternary. The Wilson, NRTL and UNIQUAC models have been applied successfully to both the binary and the ternary systems reported here

  20. General scalar-tensor theories for induced gravity inflation

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    Boutaleb J, H.; Marrakchi, A.L.

    1992-07-01

    Some cosmological implications of a general scalar-tensor theory for induced gravity are discussed. The model exhibits a slow-rolling phase provided that the coupling function ε(φ) varies slowly enough such that φ dlnε(φ)/dφ much less than 2 during almost the inflationary epoch. It is then shown that, as in the ordinary induced gravity inflation, the chaotic scenario is more natural than the new scenario which proves to be even not self-consistent. The results are applied, for illustration, to a scalar-tensor theory of the Barker type. (author). 25 refs

  1. Plano de social media marketing para a TAP Portugal

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    Lopes, Andreia Cristina Figueiredo

    2014-01-01

    Mestrado em Marketing O social media marketing adquire cada vez maior relevo para as empresas e exige, tal como noutras áreas de marketing, a delineação de um plano estratégico por forma a potenciar o seu sucesso. Tomando como objecto de estudo a companhia aérea TAP Portugal, foi elaborado um Plano de Social Media Marketing, com base no modelo conceptual de Barker et al. (2013), designado de "Social Media Planning Cycle". Para a elaboração do Plano, foram recolhidos dados primários, seguin...

  2. Some empirical evidence for ecological dissonance theory.

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    Miller, D I; Verhoek-Miller, N; Giesen, J M; Wells-Parker, E

    2000-04-01

    Using Festinger's cognitive dissonance theory as a model, the extension to Barker's ecological theory, referred to as ecological dissonance theory, was developed. Designed to examine the motivational dynamics involved when environmental systems are in conflict with each other or with cognitive systems, ecological dissonance theory yielded five propositions which were tested in 10 studies. This summary of the studies suggests operationally defined measures of ecological dissonance may correlate with workers' satisfaction with their jobs, involvement with their jobs, alienation from their work, and to a lesser extent, workers' conflict resolution behavior and communication style.

  3. Electron spectra resulting from autoionization in low-energy Li+ + He collisions

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    Yagishita, A.; Wakiya, K.; Takayanagi, T.; Suzuki, H.; Koike, F.

    1979-09-01

    Spectra of electrons ejected from doubly excited states of helium have been extensively measured at several observation angles fro impact with lithium ions at energies lower than 5 KeV. ''Molecular-autoionization'' spectra have been found at forward observation angles, and analyzed in terms of the Gerber-Niehaus theory with modification. The spectral shapes of atomic-autoionization peaks have been discussed in relation to both the Barker-Berry effect and the Doppler effect. Excitation cross sections of autoionizing states have been determined by a new method that uses simultaneous impact of ions and electrons. (author)

  4. Komunikasi Reseptif dalam Meningkatkan Prestasi Belajar Anak

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    Pien Supinah

    2007-06-01

    Full Text Available Education is the process of transforming knowledge into the process of learning and teaching in the school system. Dwyer and Barker stated that the most dominant learning and teaching process is receptive communication as applied in the act of listening and reading. Logically, the senses being actively engaged in such process are hearing and visioning facilities. An observation toward school practices proved that listening and reading activities become the main part of academic skills to be acquired by students. It is concluded that receptive communication allows students to absorb knowledge and technology effectively which in turn will increase students’ learning achievement.

  5. Lawfulness of Interrogation Techniques under the Geneva Conventions

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    2004-09-08

    on Interrogation Process (June 22, 2004), available at [http://www.defenselink.mil/releases/2004/ nr20040622-0930.html]. 2 See A. J . BARKER, PRISONERS...U.S. ARMY JUDGE ADVOCATE SCHOOL, LAW OF WAR WORKSHOP DESKBOOK 83 (CDR Brian J . Bill, ed. 2000) [hereinafter “ L O W D E S K B O O K ” ] , a v a i l...or purpose behind the conduct is a prohibited purpose. See Prosecutor v. Kunarac, Kovac and Vukovic , Nos. IT-96-23 and IT-96-23/11, para. 486 (ITCY

  6. Tragedy, Immanence, and the Persistence of Semblance

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    2015-04-01

    Full Text Available The form of tragedy has been central to philosophical projects since classical antiquity, and it gained special critical import as a result of the so-called 'tragic turning within philosophy' during the Romantic period of German Idealism (see Beistegui 2000. The aim of this short paper is to address the notion of aesthetic appearance (semblance, Schein within aesthetic theory (Theodor W. Adorno and in contemporary tragic theatre (Howard Barker and to show that the problem of semblance re-appears as a productive critical category in the current discourse of performance philosophy.

  7. The thrifty phenotype hypothesis revisited

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    Vaag, A A; Grunnet, L G; Arora, G P

    2012-01-01

    Twenty years ago, Hales and Barker along with their co-workers published some of their pioneering papers proposing the 'thrifty phenotype hypothesis' in Diabetologia (4;35:595-601 and 3;36:62-67). Their postulate that fetal programming could represent an important player in the origin of type 2...... of the underlying molecular mechanisms. Type 2 diabetes is a multiple-organ disease, and developmental programming, with its idea of organ plasticity, is a plausible hypothesis for a common basis for the widespread organ dysfunctions in type 2 diabetes and the metabolic syndrome. Only two among the 45 known type 2...

  8. What is fetal programming?: a lifetime health is under the control of in utero health.

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    Kwon, Eun Jin; Kim, Young Ju

    2017-11-01

    The "Barker hypothesis" postulates that a number of organ structures and associated functions undergo programming during embryonic and fetal life, which determines the set point of physiological and metabolic responses that carry into adulthood. Hence, any stimulus or insult at a critical period of embryonic and fetal development can result in developmental adaptations that produce permanent structural, physiological and metabolic changes, thereby predisposing an individual to cardiovascular, metabolic and endocrine disease in adult life. This article will provide evidence linking these diseases to fetal undernutrition and an overview of previous studies in this area as well as current advances in understanding the mechanism and the role of the placenta in fetal programming.

  9. Continuous symmetry from Euclid to Klein

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    Barker, William

    2007-01-01

    The fundamental idea of geometry is that of symmetry. With that principle as the starting point, Barker and Howe begin an insightful and rewarding study of Euclidean geometry. The primary focus of the book is on transformations of the plane. The transformational point of view provides both a path for deeper understanding of traditional synthetic geometry and tools for providing proofs that spring from a consistent point of view. As a result, proofs become more comprehensible, as techniques can be used and reused in similar settings. The approach to the material is very concrete, with complete

  10. Cognitive systems engineering in health care

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    Bisantz, Ann M; Fairbanks, Rollin J

    2014-01-01

    Cognitive Engineering for Better Health Care Systems, Ann M. Bisantz, Rollin J. Fairbanks, and Catherine M. BurnsThe Role of Cognitive Engineering in Improving Clinical Decision Support, Anne Miller and Laura MilitelloTeam Cognitive Work Analysis as an Approach for Understanding Teamwork in Health Care, Catherine M. BurnsCognitive Engineering Design of an Emergency Department Information System, Theresa K. Guarrera, Nicolette M. McGeorge, Lindsey N. Clark, David T. LaVergne, Zachary A. Hettinger, Rollin J. Fairbanks, and Ann M. BisantzDisplays for Health Care Teams: A Conceptual Framework and Design Methodology, Avi ParushInformation Modeling for Cognitive Work in a Health Care System, Priyadarshini R. PennathurSupport for ICU Clinician Cognitive Work through CSE, Christopher Nemeth, Shilo Anders, Jeffrey Brown, Anna Grome, Beth Crandall, and Jeremy PamplinMatching Cognitive Aids and the "Real Work" of Health Care in Support of Surgical Microsystem Teamwork, Sarah Henrickson Parker and Shawna J. PerryEngageme...

  11. Introduction à Epilogos 3

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    Filippi-Deswelle , Catherine

    2012-01-01

    CD-ROM CD-ROM déposé à la BNF (voir aussi Catalogue SUDOC) http://www.sudoc.abes.fr//DB=2.1/SET=3/TTL=1/CMD?ACT=SRCHA&IKT=1004&SRT=LST_ay&TRM=catherine+filippi-deswelle; International audience; Le présent volume d’articles est en partie issu de certaines communications entendues lors d’une journée d’études intitulée « La notion d’ajustement dans la TOE d’Antoine Culioli », organisée par Catherine Filippi-Deswelle le 11 juin 2010 à l’Université de Rouen (Maison de l’Université, salle divisible...

  12. HIV and the decriminalization of sex work in New Zealand.

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    Healy, Catherine

    2006-12-01

    The decriminalization of sex work in New Zealand will protect the rights of sex workers and improve their working conditions and general well-being. It will also improve HIV prevention programs. In this article, which is based on a presentation at a "learning from practice" session at the conference, Catherine Healy describes the situation prior to decriminalization, and discusses the features of the new law and accompanying guidelines.

  13. Reviews of recent publications

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    by Catherine Ciepiela Sarlo, Beatriz. Jorge Luis Borges: A Writer on the Edge by Maria Elena Solifio Sitney, P. Adams. Modernist Montage by Georgiana M.M. Colvile Vishevsky, Anatoly. Soviet Literary Culture of the 1970s: The Politics of Irony by Eric Lozowy Wang, David Der-wei. Fictional Realism in Twentieth-Century China: Mao Dun, Lao She, Shen Congwen by Xiaobing Tang

  14. Security conference convenes in Munich / Ella Karapetyan

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    Karapetyan, Ella

    2011-01-01

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

  15. EU meets with Russia at Rostov-on-Don

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    31. mail Rostovis Doni ääres toimunud Venemaa ja Euroopa Liidu tippkohtumisel räägiti viisavabadusest, EL-i ja Venemaa vahelistest suhetest, Venemaa liitumisest Maailma Kaubandusorganisatsiooniga ja moderniseerimispartnerlusest. Kohtumisest võtsid osa Venemaa peaminister Vladimir Putin, president Dmitri Medvedev, Euroopa Liidu president Herman Van Rompuy, välispoliitika juht Catherine Ashton ja Euroopa Komisjoni president Jose ManuelBarroso

  16. Tolerance of natural baby skin-care products on healthy, full-term infants and toddlers

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    Coret, Catherine D; Suero, Michael B; Tierney, Neena K

    2014-01-01

    Catherine D Coret, Michael B Suero, Neena K Tierney Johnson & Johnson Consumer Companies, Inc, Skillman, NJ, USA Purpose: To evaluate the tolerance of baby skin-care products with at least 95% naturally derived ingredients on infants and toddlers. Materials and methods: Healthy, full-term infants and toddlers aged 1–36 months were enrolled. In study 1, a lightly fragranced natural baby hair and body wash (n=30), a lightly fragranced natural baby shampoo (n=30), or a lightly...

  17. Naised vereimejate ümber / Siim Nestor

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    2009-01-01

    Stephenie Meyeri "Videviku" romaani-saaga (Videvik, Noorkuu, Päikesevarjutus, Koidukuma) ja kahe esimese loo ekraniseeringud on fenomenaalselt populaarsed. Märkimisväärsed naised fenomeni loojate hulgas peale kirjanik Stephenie Meyeri on Bella osatäitja Kristen Stewart, filmide soundtrack'ide koostaja Alexandra Patsavas, sarja esimese filmi režissöör Catherine Hardwicke, saaga filmide stsenarist Melissa Rosenberg ja rock-bändi Paramore lauljatar Hayley Williams

  18. Den uendelige parrhesi

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    Pallesen, Carsten

    2015-01-01

    The article examines the role of narrative discourse in religious education and communication as represented in Kirsten Andersen’s Kantian approach. In Hegel’s Lutheran perspective figurative thinking is deconstructed in forms of interpretive narrative, the topos of the speculative Good Friday...... to the Kantian account is inspired by Paul Ricœur, Günter Bader, Niklas Luhmann, Jacques Derrida, Catherine Malabou and Vladimir Jankélévitch....

  19. Investigating a self-scoring interview simulation for learning and assessment in the medical consultation

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    Bruen, Catherine; Kreiter, Clarence; Wade, Vincent; Pawlikowska, Teresa

    2017-01-01

    Catherine Bruen,1 Clarence Kreiter,2 Vincent Wade,3 Teresa Pawlikowska1 1Health Professions Education Centre, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Dublin, Ireland; 2Department of Family Medicine, Carver College of Medicine, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa, USA; 3School of Computer Science and Statistics, Faculty of Engineering, Mathematics and Science, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland Abstract: Experience with simulated patients supports un...

  20. The birth of Russian intelligentsia from the spirit of the enlightenment: Alexander Radishchev

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    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available This text is the second part of a study about Alexander Radishchev, one of the leading representatives of Enlightenment in Russia's XVIII Century. Starting with explanation of the 'enlightened absolutism' of Catherine the Great, the author analyses the political and social ideas presented in Radishchev's book Journey from St. Petersburg to Moscow. Considering Radishchev as a 'father of Russian intelligentsia', the author stress that Radishchev's social criticism anticipated the later phenomenon of 'dissidence'.

  1. Sukupuoli ja vastaelokuva

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    Kirjallinen opinnäytetyöni keskittyy analysoimaan feminististä maskuliinisuuden dekonstruktiota Catherine Breillatin new french extrimism-genren elokuvassa ”Anatomie de l'enfer” (2004). Tutkin myös elokuvan sisältöä. Opinnäytetyöni vertailee sukupuoli-identiteettejä historiallisessa traditionaalisessa mallissa ja modernissa eksistentiaalisessa mallissa. Yritän selittää miten ja miksi ne ovat muuttuneet. Tutkin muutamia esimerkkejä eksistentialistisista vaihtoehdoista verrattuna traditiona...

  2. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

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    Composition 2010 Président :  Gianni DEROMA Vice-président :  Marcel AYMON Vice-président :  Sébastien EVRARD Secrétaire :  Michel GOOSSENS Trésorier :  Céline GROBON Membres :  Philippe DEFFERT  Roger GIRARDOT  Serge GRILLOT  Catherine LAVERRIERE  Michael LUDWIG  Sonia MALLON AMERIGO  Isabelle MARDIROSSIAN

  3. Book Review Imaginary modernity and tradition. Architecture of the twentieth century in Latin America / Reseña del Libro Imaginarios de modernidad y tradición. Arquitectura del siglo XX en América Latina

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    Full Text Available Book Review Imaginary modernity and tradition. Architecture of the twentieth century in Latin America Reseña del Libro Imaginarios de modernidad y tradición. Arquitectura del siglo XX en América Latina. Ettinger, Catherine R. (coord. (2015. Imaginarios de modernidad y tradición. Arquitectura del siglo XX en América Latina. México: Miguel Ángel Porrúa, 259 páginas. ISBN: 978-6074019681.

  4. The National Network of Fusion Centers: Perception and Reality

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    2014-12-01

    loyalty by focusing on brand equity and marketing mix , while customer service seemed to influence product recommendation.100 Catherine Needham...customer loyalty. If a 98. Ibid. 99. Yu-Jia Hu, “How Brand Equity, Marketing Mix Strategy and...Brand Equity, Marketing Mix Strategy and Service Quality Affect Customer Loyalty: The Case of Retail Chain Stores in Taiwan.” International Journal

  5. 16 septembre 2015 - Signature du livre d'or par S. Exc. Mme Laurin, Ambassadeur de France auprès de l’Office des Nations Unies et des organisations internationales en Suisse avec le Directeur général du CERN R. Heuer, et de la Directrice générale élue 2016-2020 F. Gianotti.

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    Brice, Maximilien

    2015-01-01

    Son Excellence Madame Elisabeth Laurin Ambassadeur Représentant permanent de la République française auprès de l’Office des Nations Unies et des organisations internationales en Suisse République française. Sont également présents: E. Göniger Voss, S. Péron, O. Martin, F. Bordry, A-S. Catherin, F. Eder.

  6. French firms display their technical know-how at CERN

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    2010-01-01

    Thirty-six French companies presented their latest technological advances to the CERN community during the industrial exhibition "La France au CERN", held on 7–9 June. The inauguration took place in the presence of Rolf Heuer, director-general of CERN, together with Catherine Cesarsky, the French high-commissioner for atomic energy, Michel Spiro, president of CERN Council, and Jean Baptiste Mattei from the French permanent mission at the UN in Geneva.

  7. The Russian Navy: A Historic Transition

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    2015-12-01

    though smaller than at any time since Catherine the Great in the 18th century—contemporane- ous with Colonial America —is still the largest country...radio jamming and press censorship . The massive but fragile Soviet edifice began to show cracks, and on Christmas Day, 25 December 1991, it...a loss by the other. The USSR chose to support various anti-colonial or anti-Western movements in the Middle East, Africa, Latin America , and

  8. Katrin Denev pokazala harakter

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    Veneetsia 63. filmifestivali auhinnatutest, kellest vaid Stephen Frears'i filmis "Kuninganna" ("The Queen") peaosa kehastanud Helen Mirren oli üks favoriitidest. Parima filmi peaauhind Kuldlõvi läks üllatuslikult Hiina režissööri Jia Zhang-Ke filmile "Vaikelu" ("Dong"). Ka teistest Veneetsia 63. filmifestivali võitjatest. Festivali žüriid juhatas Catherine Deneuve

  9. The Use of National Youth Service Corp Members to Build AIDS ...

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    L'étude a commencé avec la recherche ethnographique dans 10 communautés choisies à l'aide d'un échantillon représentatif géographique et une attribution aléatoire à une des trois sections de recherche. A l'aide du modèle de la Communauté Compétente du SIDA (CCA), élaboré par Catherine Campbell, la recherche ...

  10. Jogando a cartada transatlântica: as campanhas anti-linchamento britânicas de Ida B. Wells

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    Paisana, Joanne

    2016-01-01

    This paper shows the effectiveness of nineteenth-century transatlantic social campaigns, highlighting the usefulness of using existing reform networks for one black American female agitator in particular, Ida B. Wells. Wells’ 1893 and 1894 British anti-lynching campaigns aimed to raise public awareness and consequently support in Britain for stamping out lynching in America and thereafter to galvanize Americans into doing the same. She was supported by Catherine Impey and temperance campaigne...

  11. Increased Cardiometabolic Risk and Worsening Hypoxemia at High Altitude

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

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

  12. Ikka PÖFFist, 13. korda / Helmut Jänes

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    2009-01-01

    13. Pimedate Ööde Filmifestival Tallinnas. Võistlusfilmid: "Minu aasta ilma seksita" (Austraalia; režissöör Sarah Watt), "Laila sünnipäev" (Palestiina-Tuneesia-Holland; režissöör Rashid Masharawi), "Emma Blanki viimased päevad" (Holland; režissöör Alex van Warmerdam), "Sinihabe" (Prantsusmaa; režissöör Catherine Breillat)

  13. Overcoming Endocrine Resistance by Targeting ER/FoxA1/IL 8 Axis

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    2016-10-01

    Nardone, Carmine De Angelis, Laura M. Heiser , Pavana Anur, Nicholas Wang, Catherine S. Grasso, Paul Spellman, Obi L. Griffith, Anna Tsimelzon...presentations Publications Fu X, Jeselsohn R, Pereira R, Hollingsworth EF, Creighton CJ, Li F, Shea M, Nardone A, Angelis CD, Heiser LM, Anur P, Wang N...performed the bioinformatics analysis of RNA-Seq and ChIP-Seq data. Name: Laura Heiser Project Role: Collaborator Nearest person month worked: 1

  14. The fifth annual ALICE Industrial Awards ceremony on 9 March, 2007.

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    The ALICE collaboration presents Quantum Corp with an award for the high performance cluster file system (StorNext) for the ALICE DAQ system, and for their outstanding cooperation in implementing the software.From left to right: Jurgen Schukraft (ALICE Spokesperson), Pierre vande Vyvre (ALICE DAQ), Hans Boggild (ALICE), Ewan Johnston (Quantum Corp.), Derek Barrilleaux (Quantum Corp.), Lance Hukill (Quantum Corp.), Ulrich Fuchs (ALICE DAQ), Catherine Decosse (ALICE) and Roberto Divia (ALICE DAQ).

  15. Knowledge of General Nutrition, Soy Nutrition, and Consumption of Soy Products: Assessment of a Sample Adult Population in Montgomery County, Virginia

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    Johnson, Lida Catherine

    1999-01-01

    KNOWLEDGE OF GENERAL NUTRITION, SOY NUTRITION, AND CONSUMPTION OF SOY PRODUCTS: ASSESSMENT OF A SAMPLE ADULT POPULATION IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY, VIRGINIA Lida Catherine Johnson (ABSTRACT) Nutrition education programs in the prevention of chronic diseases has flourished over the last 15 years. Investigators continue to demonstrate that soy consumption plays a role in decreasing chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease, cancer, osteoporosis and problems regarding menopause....

  16. Multiprocessor Real-Time Locking Protocols for Replicated Resources

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    2016-07-01

    assignment problem, the ac- tual identities of the allocated replicas must be known. When locking protocols are used, tasks may experience delays due to both...Multiprocessor Real-Time Locking Protocols for Replicated Resources ∗ Catherine E. Jarrett1, Kecheng Yang1, Ming Yang1, Pontus Ekberg2, and James H...replicas to execute. In prior work on replicated resources, k-exclusion locks have been used, but this restricts tasks to lock only one replica at a time. To

  17. The Northwest Passage Dispute

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    Burke, Danita Catherine

    2018-01-01

    This is an article written for the Oxford Research Group "Sustainable Security" series. It gives an overview of the dispute of the Northwest Passage and discusses factors which will contribute to the evolution of the dispute in the 21st century. This short contribution summarizes and adds to the ...... to the research recently published by the author through Palgrave Macmillan, Danita Catherine Burke, 2018, International Disputes and Cultural Ideas in the Canadian Arctic...

  18. Thermal imaging for current D&S priorities

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    Craig, Robert; Parsons, John F.

    2012-11-01

    Supplying thermal imagers for today's operational needs requires flexibility, responsiveness and ever reducing costs. This paper will use the latest thermal imager development in the Catherine range from Thales UK to address the technical interactions with such issues as modularity, re-use, regions of deployment and supply chain management. All this is in the context of the increasingly public operations and the pressures on validating performance especially when weapon aiming is involved.

  19. Effectiveness of long-term (twelve months) nonsurgical weight loss interventions for obese women with polycystic ovary syndrome: a systematic review

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    Nicholson, Fiona; Rolland, Catherine; Broom, John; Love, John

    2010-01-01

    Fiona Nicholson1, Catherine Rolland1, John Broom1, John Love21Centre for Obesity Research and Epidemiology, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland; 2School of Applied Social Studies, Faculty of Health and Social Care, The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, ScotlandAbstract: Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) affects 2%–26% of women of reproductive age and is often accompanied by obesity. Modest weight loss reduces health risks and ameliorates effects of the syndrome. Weight los...

  20. Weight loss for women with and without polycystic ovary syndrome following a very low-calorie diet in a community-based setting with trained facilitators for 12 weeks

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    Nikokavoura EA; Johnston KL; Broom J; Wrieden WL; Roll; C

    2015-01-01

    Efsevia A Nikokavoura,1 Kelly L Johnston,2 John Broom,1 Wendy L Wrieden,1 Catherine Rolland1 1Centre for Obesity Research and Epidemiology, Institute for Health & Wellbeing Research (IHWR), Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, 2LighterLife UK Limited, Harlow, Essex, UK Background: Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) affects between 2% and 26% of reproductive-age women in the UK, and accounts for up to 75% of anovulatory infertility. The major symptoms include ovarian disruption, hyperandroge...

  1. Weight loss for women with and without polycystic ovary syndrome following a very low-calorie diet in a community-based setting with trained facilitators for 12 weeks

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    Nikokavoura, Efsevia Anastasia; Johnston,Kelly; Broom,Iain; Wrieden,Wendy; Rolland,Catherine

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    Efsevia A Nikokavoura,1 Kelly L Johnston,2 John Broom,1 Wendy L Wrieden,1 Catherine Rolland1 1Centre for Obesity Research and Epidemiology, Institute for Health & Wellbeing Research (IHWR), Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, 2LighterLife UK Limited, Harlow, Essex, UK Background: Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) affects between 2% and 26% of reproductive-age women in the UK, and accounts for up to 75% of anovulatory infertility. The major symptoms include ovarian disruption, hyperand...

  2. High-Rate Field Demonstration of Large-Alphabet Quantum Key Distribution

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    2016-10-12

    count rate of Bob’s detectors. In this detector-limited regime , it is advantageous to increase M to encode as much information as possible in each...High- rate field demonstration of large-alphabet quantum key distribution Catherine Lee,1, 2 Darius Bunandar,1 Zheshen Zhang,1 Gregory R. Steinbrecher...October 12, 2016) 2 Quantum key distribution (QKD) enables secure symmetric key exchange for information-theoretically secure com- munication via one-time

  3. Poison, Pregnancy and Protestants: Gossip and Scandal at the Early Modern French Court

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    McIlvenna, Una

    2015-01-01

    This chapter examines the scandalous case of Isabelle de Limeuil, a lady-in-waiting to the sixteenth century French queen mother Catherine de Medici, whose notorious affair with the Protestant Louis de Bourbon, prince of Condé, illegitimate pregnancy, public birth and subsequent imprisonment for attempted poisoning was the stuff of gossip at courts across Europe. Given the multiplicity of scandalous factors in this case, and the historical contingency of many of those factors, the story of Is...

  4. Nostradamus (1503-66)

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    Murdin, P.

    2000-11-01

    Doctor, astrologer, born in St Rémy, France. Took on the role of a prophet and wrote Centuries, a collection of predictions in rhyme (1555-8). The predictions are expressed in obscure and enigmatic terms, which are both difficult to interpret and open to many interpretations, and so can be interpreted as successful prophesies, including what Catherine of Medici interpreted as the manner of deat...

  5. Rituximab therapy in a patient with low grade B-cell lymphoproliferative disease and concomitant acquired angioedema

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    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available Ravdeep Kaur, Aerik Anthony Williams, Catherine Baker Swift, Jason W Caldwell Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, USA Abstract: Acquired angioedema is often associated with significant morbidity. An underlying lymphatic malignancy, autoimmune disorder, adenocarcinoma, or other malignancy may be present. Screening for these disorders should occur in all patients with acquired angioedema as treatment may result in resolution of angioedema. Keywords: complement, C1-INH deficiency, ecallantide, hemopathy

  6. International Symposium on Organosilicon Chemistry (8th) Held in St. Louis Missouri on 7-12 June 1987.

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    Set Pro- Singlet Potential Energy Surface of cess? Si2 + H G. Cerveau , C. Chuit, R. J. P. Shiro Koseki and Mark S. Gordon Corriu, L. Gerbier and C...Robert West lyl Silicon Bond Genevieve Cerveau , Claude Chuit, Robert J. P. Corriu and Inoranic Chemistry of Silicon Catherine Rey6 Silicon-Transition...Genevieve Cerveau Institut de Chimie Fine Universite des Sciences Julian Chojnowski et Techniques du Languedoc Center of Molecular and Macro- F-34060

  7. Program Manager: Journal of the Defense Systems Management College. Volume 19, Number 2, March-April 1990

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    1990-04-01

    ultimately will be forced to Accordingly, when economic leave the market . 9 -Dual sources for spares will analysis shows competitive production Prices need...The revised game has a penalty of E 20 for cheating. A penalty exceeding R the gain from cheating of 15 makes 4 I cheating unprofitable. With a...Catherine M. Clark 11 Associate Editor Christopher N. Lee Esther M. Farria Production Competition D.snl.ism Lessons Learnedt- Does the exclusive reliance

  8. Navy Force Structure and Shipbuilding Plans: Background and Issues for Congress

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    2014-08-01

    missions described in the DSG [Defense Strategic Guidance]. There are numerous ways to adjust Navy’s portfolio of programs to meet the BCA revised...balance of force structure (current and future), modernization and personnel within our portfolio , continued compliance with the BCA revised...Catherine Dale and Pat Towell. See also CRS Report R42448, Pivot to the Pacific? The Obama Administration’s “ Rebalancing ” Toward Asia, coordinated by

  9. English Medieval Churches, 'Festival Orientation' and William Wordsworth

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    Hoare, Peter G.; Ketel, Hans

    2015-05-01

    A church that is shown to be aligned with sunrise or sunset on the feast day of the saint to whom the building was dedicated is said to display 'festival orientation'. The earliest work to touch upon this practice in English dates from c. 1678. William Wordsworth gave impetus to the subject in two poems published in 1827; he also played a part in the design of St Mary's chapel (1823-4), Rydal, Cumbria in the English Lake District. The 14th-century St Catherine's chapel at Houghton St Giles, Norfolk, was constructed for the use of pilgrims on their way to nearby Walsingham. Careful measurement of the orientation and eastern horizon of these two buildings has shown that St Mary's is aligned with sunrise on the Marian festival of The Visitation (2 July), and St Catherine's is directed towards the rising Sun on the feast of St Catherine of Alexandria (25 November). It is only by taking into account the character of the horizon that meaningful tests for festival orientation may be carried out.

  10. Grande Ronde Endemic Spring Chinook Salmon Supplementation Program: Facility Operation and Maintenance and Monitoring and Evaluation, 2000 Annual Report.

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    Boe, Stephen J.; Lofy, Peter T. (Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, Pendleton, OR)

    2003-03-01

    This is the third annual report of a multi-year project to operate adult collection and juvenile acclimation facilities on Catherine Creek and the upper Grande Ronde River for Snake River spring chinook salmon. These two streams have historically supported populations that provided significant tribal and non-tribal fisheries. Supplementation using conventional and captive broodstock techniques is being used to restore fisheries in these streams. Statement of Work Objectives for 2000: (1) Participate in implementation of the comprehensive multiyear operations plan for the Grande Ronde Endemic Spring Chinook Supplementation Program (GRESCP). (2) Plan for recovery of endemic summer steelhead populations in Catherine Creek and the upper Grande Ronde River. (3) Ensure proper construction and trial operation of semi-permanent adult and juvenile facilities for use in 2000. (4) Collect summer steelhead. (5) Collect adult endemic spring chinook salmon broodstock. (6) Acclimate juvenile spring chinook salmon prior to release into the upper Grande Ronde River and Catherine Creek. (7) Document accomplishments and needs to permitters, comanagers, and funding agency. (8) Communicate project results to the scientific community. (9) Plan detailed GRESCP Monitoring and Evaluation for future years. (10) Monitor adult population abundance and characteristics of Grande Ronde River spring chinook salmon populations and incidentally-caught summer steelhead and bull trout. (11) Monitor condition, movement, and mortality of spring chinook salmon acclimated at remote facilities. (12) Monitor water quality at facilities. (13) Participate in Monitoring & Evaluation of the captive brood component of the Program to document contribution to the Program.

  11. A kidney from hell? A nephrological view of the Whitechapel murders in 1888.

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    Wolf, Gunter

    2008-10-01

    In the poor Whitechapel district of the East End of London in the fall of 1888, at least five prostitutes were brutally murdered, and in all but one case, also mutilated. The murderer was never caught and became known by his nickname 'Jack the Ripper'. The left kidney and the uterus were cut out and taken away from one of the victims named Catherine Eddowes. A kidney was also cut out of the body from another victim, but not taken away. Two weeks later, George Lusk, president of the Whitechapel Vigilance Committee, received a small cardboard box with half of a longitudinally divided kidney and a letter entitled 'From hell' claiming that the kidney inside the box was taken from the victim. The kidney was brought to Dr Thomas Horrocks Openshaw, the Curator of the London Pathological Museum, where the kidney could be microscopically examined. The press jumped on the topic and made a circumstantial case that this kidney had been indeed torn from the body of Catherine Eddowes. According to the later memoirs of Major Henry Smith of the City Police published more than 20 years after the incident, the kidney left in the corpse of Catherine Eddowes was in an advanced stage of Bright's disease and the kidney sent to George Lusk was in exactly a similar stage. Today, the majority of criminologists believe that the kidney sent to Mr Lusk was a hoax as were other letters signed with Jack the Ripper. However, the murderer took organs from his victims, and in the case of Catherine Eddowes, the kidney. Serial killers often mutilate their victims and abscond with the removed body parts as trophies. By removing the kidney from Catherine Eddowes, Jack the Ripper may have tried to take possession of the conscience, emotions and desires of one of his victims, attributes residing in the kidney as described in the Bible. Jack the Ripper was never caught; many suspects have been suggested, and the murder series ended as suddenly as it had begun. We will never know who this mentally

  12. Quantification of Interbasin Transfers into the Addicks Reservoir during Hurricane Harvey

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    Sebastian, A.; Juan, A.; Gori, A.; Maulsby, F.; Bedient, P. B.

    2017-12-01

    Between August 25 and 30, Hurricane Harvey dropped unprecedented rainfall over southeast Texas causing widespread flooding in the City of Houston. Water levels in the Addicks and Barker reservoirs, built in the 1940s to protect downtown Houston, exceeded previous records by approximately 2 meters. Concerns regarding structural integrity of the dams and damage to neighbourhoods in within the reservoir pool resulted in controlled releases into Buffalo Bayou, flooding an estimated 4,000 additional structures downstream of the dams. In 2016, during the Tax Day it became apparent that overflows from Cypress Creek in northern Harris County substantially contribute to water levels in Addicks. Prior to this event, little was known about the hydrodynamics of this overflow area or about the additional stress placed on Addicks and Barker reservoirs due to the volume of overflow. However, this information is critical for determining flood risk in Addicks Watershed, and ultimately Buffalo Bayou. In this study, we utilize the recently developed HEC-RAS 2D model the interbasin transfer that occurs between Cypress Creek Watershed and Addicks Reservoir to quantify the volume and rate at which water from Cypress enters the reservoir during extreme events. Ultimately, the results of this study will help inform the official hydrologic models used by HCFCD to determine reservoir operation during future storm events and better inform residents living in or above the reservoir pool about their potential flood risk.

  13. Model description and evaluation of the mark-recapture survival model used to parameterize the 2012 status and threats analysis for the Florida manatee (Trichechus manatus latirostris)

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    Langtimm, Catherine A.; Kendall, William L.; Beck, Cathy A.; Kochman, Howard I.; Teague, Amy L.; Meigs-Friend, Gaia; Peñaloza, Claudia L.

    2016-11-30

    This report provides supporting details and evidence for the rationale, validity and efficacy of a new mark-recapture model, the Barker Robust Design, to estimate regional manatee survival rates used to parameterize several components of the 2012 version of the Manatee Core Biological Model (CBM) and Threats Analysis (TA).  The CBM and TA provide scientific analyses on population viability of the Florida manatee subspecies (Trichechus manatus latirostris) for U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s 5-year reviews of the status of the species as listed under the Endangered Species Act.  The model evaluation is presented in a standardized reporting framework, modified from the TRACE (TRAnsparent and Comprehensive model Evaluation) protocol first introduced for environmental threat analyses.  We identify this new protocol as TRACE-MANATEE SURVIVAL and this model evaluation specifically as TRACE-MANATEE SURVIVAL, Barker RD version 1. The longer-term objectives of the manatee standard reporting format are to (1) communicate to resource managers consistent evaluation information over sequential modeling efforts; (2) build understanding and expertise on the structure and function of the models; (3) document changes in model structures and applications in response to evolving management objectives, new biological and ecological knowledge, and new statistical advances; and (4) provide greater transparency for management and research review.

  14. Investigations into the Early Life-history of Naturally Produced Spring Chinook Salmon and Summer Steelhead in the Grande Ronde River Basin, Annual Report 2001.

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    Reischauer, Alyssa; Monzyk, Frederick; Van Dyke, Erick

    2003-06-01

    We determined migration timing and abundance of juvenile spring chinook salmon Oncorhynchus tshawytscha and juvenile steelhead/rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss using rotary screw traps on four streams in the Grande Ronde River basin during the 2001 migratory year (MY 2001) from 1 July 2000 through 30 June 2001. Based on migration timing and abundance, two distinct life-history strategies of juvenile spring chinook and O. mykiss could be distinguished. An 'early' migrant group left upper rearing areas from 1 July 2000 through 29 January 2001 with a peak in the fall. A 'late' migrant group descended from upper rearing areas from 30 January 2001 through 30 June 2001 with a peak in the spring. The migrant population of juvenile spring chinook salmon in the upper Grande Ronde River in MY 2001 was very low in comparison to previous migratory years. We estimated 51 juvenile spring chinook migrated out of upper rearing areas with approximately 12% of the migrant population leaving as early migrants to overwinter downstream. In the same migratory year, we estimated 16,067 O. mykiss migrants left upper rearing areas with approximately 4% of these fish descending the upper Grande Ronde River as early migrants. At the Catherine Creek trap, we estimated 21,937 juvenile spring chinook migrants in MY 2001. Of these migrants, 87% left upper rearing areas early to overwinter downstream. We also estimated 20,586 O. mykiss migrants in Catherine Creek with 44% leaving upper rearing areas early to overwinter downstream. At the Lostine River trap, we estimated 13,610 juvenile spring chinook migrated out of upper rearing areas with approximately 77% migrating early. We estimated 16,690 O. mykiss migrated out of the Lostine River with approximately 46% descending the river as early migrants. At the Minam River trap, we estimated 28,209 juvenile spring chinook migrated out of the river with 36% migrating early. During the same period, we estimated 28,113 O. mykiss with

  15. EDITORIAL: Focus on Cold and Ultracold Molecules FOCUS ON COLD AND ULTRACOLD MOLECULES

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    Carr, Lincoln D.; Ye, Jun

    2009-05-01

    Robin Côté Single-photon molecular cooling Edvardas Narevicius, S Travis Bannerman and Mark G Raizen Quantum simulations of extended Hubbard models with dipolar crystals M Ortner, A Micheli, G Pupillo and P Zoller Collisional and molecular spectroscopy in an ultracold Bose-Bose mixture G Thalhammer, G Barontini, J Catani, F Rabatti, C Weber, A Simoni, F Minardi and M Inguscio Multi-channel modelling of the formation of vibrationally cold polar KRb molecules Svetlana Kotochigova, Eite Tiesinga and Paul S Julienne Formation of ultracold, highly polar X1Σ+ NaCs molecules C Haimberger, J Kleinert, P Zabawa, A Wakim and N P Bigelow Quantum polarization spectroscopy of correlations in attractive fermionic gases T Roscilde, M Rodríguez, K Eckert, O Romero-Isart, M Lewenstein, E Polzik and A Sanpera Inelastic semiclassical collisions in cold dipolar gases Michael Cavagnero and Catherine Newell Quasi-universal dipolar scattering in cold and ultracold gases J L Bohn, M Cavagnero and C Ticknor Stark deceleration of lithium hydride molecules S K Tokunaga, J M Dyne, E A Hinds and M R Tarbutt Molecular vibrational cooling by optical pumping with shaped femtosecond pulses D Sofikitis, S Weber, A Fioretti, R Horchani, M Allegrini, B Chatel, D Comparat and P Pillet Deeply bound ultracold molecules in an optical lattice Johann G Danzl, Manfred J Mark, Elmar Haller, Mattias Gustavsson, Russell Hart, Andreas Liem, Holger Zellmer and Hanns-Christoph Nägerl Toward the production of quantum degenerate bosonic polar molecules, 41K87Rb K Aikawa, D Akamatsu, J Kobayashi, M Ueda, T Kishimoto and S Inouye Influence of a Feshbach resonance on the photoassociation of LiCs J Deiglmayr, P Pellegrini, A Grochola, M Repp, R Côté, O Dulieu, R Wester and M Weidemüller The kinematic cooling of molecules with laser-cooled atoms Ken Takase, Larry A Rahn, David W Chandler and Kevin E Strecker Coherent collapses of dipolar Bose-Einstein condensates for different trap geometries J Metz, T Lahaye, B Fr

  16. Staff members with 25 years’ service at CERN in 2008

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    The 47 staff members who have spent 25 years within CERN in 2008 were invited by the Director-General to a reception in their honour on 24 October. Mr.\tAllen\tDavid John\tAB Dr.\tBailey\tRoger\tAB Mr.\tBlas\tAlfred\tAB Mr.\tBobbio\tPiero\tAB Dr.\tBona\tMaurizio\tSC Mr.\tBrachet\tJean-Pierre\tTS Dr.\tBurckhart\tHelfried\tPH Miss\tButtay\tCatherine\tFI Mr.\tCatherall\tRichard\tAB Mr.\tCoin\tAndré-Yvon\tTS Dr.\tCornelis\tKarel\tAB Dr.\tDavenport\tMartyn\tPH Mr.\tDehavay\tClaude\tAB Mr.\tDenblyden\tJean-Loup\tPH Mr.\tDenis\tBernard\tDSU Mr.\tDuret\tMax\tAT Mr.\tEvans\tJohn\tIT Mrs.\tFavrot\tVéronique\tIT Mr.\tFowler\tAntony\tAB Mrs.\tGalmant\tCatherine\tAB Mr.\tGuillaume\tJean-Claude\tTS Mrs.\tJerdelet\tJocelyne\tDSU Dr.\tKostro\tKrzysztof\tAB Mr.\tKuczerowski\tJoseph\tAB Mr.\tLappe\tJean-Pierre\tTS Mrs.\tLaverrière\tCatherine\tSC Mr.\tLeggiero\tLuigi\tTS Mr.\tManglunki\tDjango\tAB Mr.\tMartens\tReinoud\tIT Mr.\tMartinez\tGeorges\tSC Mr.\tMonchalin\tPhilippe\tSC Mr.\tMoret\tPhilippe\tDSU Mr.\tOlesen\tGert\tPH Mr.\tPasinelli\tSergi...

  17. Emotions and elementary school science teaching: Postmodernism in practice

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    Zembylas, Michalinos

    This is an ethnographic study about an elementary school teacher's emotions in her science teaching and pedagogy. This study is an interdisciplinary account of emotions in teaching and draws both methodologically and theoretically from a variety of disciplines: philosophy, sociology, psychology, anthropology, cultural studies and feminist studies. The account developed here is based on my understanding of the role of one teacher's (Catherine) emotions in her classroom life for three years. I describe my approach in terms of what I call emotional genealogies of teaching; referring to an account of the events, objects, persons and their relationships that are present or absent in the realization of emotions, and the ways that these emotions are experienced in relation to the self (individual reality), the others (social interactions) and the world in general (sociopolitical context). Applied to my study, an emotional genealogy of Catherine's science teaching seeks not to trace the gradual evolution of her emotions but to record the singularity of various events that make some emotions present and others absent. My study shows how certain emotions are constructed in the science classroom and how they are transformed over the years (as mediated by values, philosophies, beliefs and so on). Catherine's emotions in science teaching is a "history of the present," a history of her emotions' "presences and absences" in her daffy interactions with her students, parents and administrators in the context of the science classroom. This work raises important questions that go beyond the meaning and interpretation of teachers' emotions: How can teachers' emotions become a legitimate topic in (science) education as well as in efforts for science curricular reform? Further, how can educational institutions (universities and schools) and elementary school science teachers themselves support their personal and professional emotional growth?

  18. Fish research project -- Oregon: Investigations into the early life history of naturally produced spring chinook salmon in the Grande Ronde River Basin. Annual progress report, 1 September 1995--31 August 1996

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    Jonasson, B.C.; Carmichael, R.W.; Keefe, M.

    1997-09-01

    Historically, the Grande Ronde River produced an abundance of salmonids including stocks of spring, summer and fall chinook salmon, sockeye salmon, coho salmon, and summer steelhead. During the past century, numerous factors have caused the reduction of salmon stocks such that only sustainable stocks of spring chinook salmon and summer steelhead remain. The sizes of spring chinook salmon populations in the Grande Ronde River basin also have been declining steadily and are substantially depressed from estimates of historic levels. In addition to a decline in population abundance, a reduction of spring chinook salmon spawning distribution is evident in the Grande Ronde River basin. Numerous factors are thought to contribute to the decline of spring chinook salmon in the Snake River and its tributaries. These factors include passage problems and increased mortality of juvenile and adult migrants at mainstem Columbia and Snake river dams, overharvest, and habitat degradation associated with timber, agricultural, and land development practices. This study was designed to describe aspects of the life history strategies exhibited by spring chinook salmon in the Grande Ronde River basin. During the past year the focus was on rearing and migration patterns of juveniles in the upper Grande Ronde River and Catherine Creek. The study design included three objectives: (1) document the annual in-basin migration patterns for spring chinook salmon juveniles in the upper Grande Ronde River and Catherine Creek, including the abundance of migrants, migration timing and duration; (2) estimate and compare smolt survival indices to mainstem Columbia and Snake river dams for fall and spring migrating spring chinook salmon; and (3) determine summer and winter habitat utilization and preference of juvenile spring chinook salmon in the upper Grande Ronde River and Catherine Creek

  19. [Hypospadia and infertility of Henry II of France (1519-1559)].

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    Hatzinger, M; Al-Shajlawi, S; Sohn, M

    2014-03-01

    Henry II (1519-1559) of France was the second son of Francis I (1494-1547) and Claude de France (1498-1524) born in 1519 in St. Germain-en-Laye. After his older brother's and his father's death in 1547, he was anointed the French king in Reims. In 1533 already, as a 14-year-old boy, for reasons of state, he was married to the same aged Catherine de Medici (1519-1589), as her uncle was Pope Clement VII (1478-1534). The marriage remained childless for 11 years since Henry, due to a distinct hypospadia and a completely sexually inexperienced wife was unable to conceive children with her. His existing liaison to Diane de Poitiers (1499-1566) - a 19-year-older maid of honor of his father Francis I from 1537 until his death - influenced his sexual life immensely.The blame for the childless marriage was placed primarily on his wife, as Henry had become father of an illegitimate daughter with a mistress. Catherine then underwent all possible medical and alchemical procedures to finally give birth to the hoped Dauphin. Ironically, her rival for the favor of her husband, Diane de Poitiers was one of her greatest allies. She made clear that the cause lay with Henry and not with his wife. This was confirmed by the added solid physician Jean Fernel (1497-1558). His treatment of Henry and the simultaneous training of the unexperienced Catherine by Diane de Poitiers led to success.The result was the birth of Francis II (1544-1560) in 1544, the first of 10 children in 12 years. Thus, the dynasty was saved. After the death of Henry in a tragic tournament accident in 1559, three of his sons became kings of France. But the line of Valois remained without further descendants and was continued by Henry IV, the first Bourbon king in 1589.

  20. Tempering an Enlightened Educator: Frédéric-César de La Harpe at the Russian Imperial Court (1783–1795

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    Andrei Yu. Andreev

    2017-12-01

    Full Text Available Among all the educators who cared for him from his early childhood, Alexander I gave a particular honor to only one, the Swiss teacher Frédéric-César de La Harpe (1754–1838, who, invited to teach the French language, was further his instructor in geography, history, arithmetic, and geometry, as well as the foundations of philosophy. This Swiss teacher has been regarded in historical studies as the fortunate “chosen one” by Catherine II, who summoned him to direct Alexander’s education and who rewarded him accordingly afterwards. The present article peers into the backstage of the long educational process (1783–1795 in which he was engaged, revealing the less idyllic facts. Based on unpublished documents in Russian and Swiss archives, this study presents a picture of the place of an educator on the main stage of his activity, the Russian Imperial court, and thus the interplay of the history of practice and of ideas and their representations. Did La Harpe himself choose to work as an educator? Did Catherine II really search and find the Swiss teacher for his abilities? Did his teaching indeed represent a concretization of Catherine’s thoughts on this matter? And finally, how did La Harpe himself estimate his situation at the court, which was transformed into a “success story” only after 1814? This article, offering some answers to these questions, adds to the analysis the different circumstances of La Harpe’s appearance and later life at the court; the difficulties he faced in spite of the support of Catherine II, which was, regrettably, withdrawn unexpectedly; and, finally, the permanent discrepancies between his pedagogical ideals and the everyday studies in which he engaged.

  1. Reviews of recent publications

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    Full Text Available Chanan, Michael. Cuban Cinema David William Foster Izenberg, Gerald N. Modernism and Masculinity: Mann, Wedekind, Kandisnky through World War I. Aaron J. Cohen Jonsson, Stefan. Subject Without Nation: Robert Musil and the History of Modern Identity. Post-Contemporary Interventions. Albrecht Classen Kaiser, David Aram. Romanticism, Aesthetics and Nationalism. Cambridge Studies in Romanticism 34. Catherine Grimm Lopez de Martinez, Adelaida and Harriet Turner. The Cambridge Companion to the Spanish Novel: From 1600 to the Present. Toni Dorca McCulloh, Mark R. Understanding W.G. Sebald. Peter C. Pfeiffer Peterson, Dale E. Up From Bondage: The Literatures of Russian and African American Soul. Kathleen M. Ahren

  2. How Not to Lose Face in International Negotiation – Sociolinguistic and Linguistic Approach

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    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available The aim of this paper is to present the sociolinguistic and linguistic approaches of theinternational negotiation in its details and of the argumentation in general. Several authors arethus mentioned: in alphabetical order, Jean-Michel Adam, Klaus Brinker, Karl Bühler, OswaldDucrot, Erving Goffman, Roman Jakobson, Catherine Kerbrat-Orecchioni and Eddy Roulet. In allcases of negotiation the question is to “save the face”, a notion taken from E. Goffman, and to keepa trust relationship and insurance with one’s interlocutor.

  3. Olin C. Wilson (1909-1994)

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    Preston, George W.

    1995-02-01

    Congenial, fiercely independent, and firmly grounded in the virtues of experimental science, Olin Wilson was a canny practitioner of the art of the possible in observational astrophysics as it flourished in the middle of the 20th century. He enjoyed a long association with the Astronomical Society of the Pacific as a contributor to its Publications, as President of the Society, and as recipient of its Catherine Wolfe Bruce Medal. By the time he departed, stellar astrophysics had matured and had acquired new dimensions due to Olin's diligence and curiosity. (SECTION: Obituary)

  4. Η εικόνα του Κρούμου: Εικόνα των «κακοφρόνων» Βουλγάρων

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    ΝΙΚΟΛΑΟΥ, Κατερίνα

    1996-01-01

    Catherine  NicolaouL'image de Kroum: Une image des Bulgares «malveillants» Dans les récits des chroniqueurs et des historiens byzantins, le prince bulgare Kroum (803 ?-814) est esquissé avec des couleurs sombres: il est appelle violent, cruel, rude, orgueilleux et arrogant, perfide, mais aussi lâche.Dans cette étude nous nous sommes posé la question si chacune de ces caractéristiques rend fidèlement la réalité et, surtout, jusqu'à quel point elles concernent exclusivement Kroum. L'étude des s...

  5. Dossier: sirvientas, trabajadoras y activistas. El género en la historia social inglesa

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    Pita, Valeria Silvina; Andújar, Andrea Norma; Palermo, Silvana; Schettini, Cristiana

    2015-01-01

    Este trabajo es la introducción al dossier "?Sirvientas, trabajadoras y activistas. El género en la historia social inglesa?, el cual reúne artículos de Dorothy Thompson, Catherine Hall y Carolyn Steedman, tres historiadoras británicas pertenecientes a distintas generaciones e inscriptas en la tradición de la historia social marxista. Los textos que aquí se presentan abordan el estudio de diversas experiencias de trabajo y organización de la clase trabajadora en la Inglaterra de los albores ...

  6. Seks ja töö / Andres Maimik

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    2000-01-01

    Filmifestivalil "Armastus ja Anarhia" ("Rakkautta & Anarkiaa") 21.09.- 01.10. nähtud filmidest : Rosa von Praudheimi eluloofilm "Einstein of Sex", Julien Temple dokumentaalfilm "The Filth and the Fury", Virginie Despentes ja Coralie Trinh Thi "Baise moi!" ("Vägista mind!"), Catherine Breillat "Une vraie Jeune Fille" ("Päris noor tüdruk"), Francois Ozoni Rainer Werner Fassbinderi näidendi järgi tehtud film "Gouttes d'eau sur pierres brulantes" ("Veetilgad põlevatel kividel"), Jang Sun Woo "Gojimal" ("Valed") ja Laurent Cantet' "Ressources humaines" ("Inimressursid")

  7. The 2005 volcano-tectonic earthquake swarm in the Andaman Sea: Triggered by the 2004 great Sumatra-Andaman earthquake

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    Kundu, B.; Legrand, D.; Gahalaut, K.; Gahalaut, V.K.; Mahesh, P.; KameshRaju, K.A.; Catherine, J.K.; Ambikapthy, A.; Chadha, R.K.

    Raju3, J.K. Catherine1, A. Ambikapthy1, R.K.Chadha1 1. National Geophysical Research Institute (CSIR), Hyderabad-500007, India 2. UNAM, Instituto de Geofísica, Av. Universidad 3000, Ciudad Universitaria, Del. Coyoacán, C.P. 04510. México D....F. México. 3. National Institute of Oceanography (CSIR), Dona Paula, Goa-403004, India *Corresponding Author (Email: rilbhaskar@gmail.com) Abstract: A 6-days duration earthquakes swarm occurred in the Andaman Sea, 31 days after the giant 2004...

  8. Et si l’accès au monde n’était qu’une affaire de capitaux ?

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    2008-11-01

    Full Text Available En signant l’ouvrage « Les classes sociales dans la mondialisation », Anne-Catherine Wagner montre une fois de plus sa grande capacité de synthèse. Résumer en une centaine de pages le débat autour de deux notions centrales des sciences sociales contemporaines n’était pas un pari gagné d’avance. L’ouvrage est bien rédigé, clair et concis, sans « sociologismes » inutiles. Il s’appuie sur des travaux anciens, dont certains classiques de la sociologie, tout en les ...

  9. ‘L’opération épistémologique. Réfléchir les sciences sociales’.

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    Full Text Available Sommaire. Éditorial : La dure simplicité du positif. Autonomie ? Catherine Colliot-Thélène, Expliquer/comprendre : relecture d’une controverse. Louis Quéré, Il faut sauver les phénomènes ! Mais comment ? Jean-Pierre Olivier de Sardan, La rigueur du qualitatif. L’anthropologie comme science empirique. Gilles-Gaston Granger, La spécificité des actes humains. Jacques Lévy, Michel Lussault, Le moment-dictionnaire. Traductions. Nathalie Richard, Analogies ...

  10. Panel Discussion: Common Themes Across ``Bringing Newcomers Into The Physics Community''

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    Little, Angela

    2014-03-01

    I will be facilitating a discussion between the audience and the four speakers in this session: Dimitri Dounas-Frazer, Catherine Good, Casey Miller, and Katie Hinko. They will all be speaking on the same general topic of supporting newcomers to the physics community at critical transition points but come from a set of diverse contexts and perspectives. Their work spans a wide age range of STEM students and they approach their work through many different lenses: as physics faculty, program directors, education and psychology researchers, and combinations thereof. Broad themes across these contexts and perspectives will be explored such as the role of growth mindset, community, and professional development.

  11. La réactivité des matériaux argileux sous gradient thermique

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    Kohler , Eric

    2005-01-01

    Directrice de thèse : Catherine Beaucaire CEA Saclay Président du jury: Daniel Tessier INRA Versailles Rapporteurs : Martine Buatier Université de Franche-Comté, Besançon Sabine Petit Université de Poitiers Examinateurs : Justo Cabrera IRSN Fontenay aux Roses Michel Jullien CEA Cadarache Sid Labdi Université d'Evry Val d'Essonne Joël Raynal CEA Cadarache; The argillaceous materials properties could be favourable to the radioelements confinement in high activity and thermogenic nuclear waste d...

  12. Grande Ronde Basin Chinook Salmon Captive Brood and Conventional Supplementation Program, 2000 Annual Report.

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    Carmichael, Richard W. (Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, La Grande, OR)

    2003-03-01

    Endangered Species Permit Number 1011 (formerly Permit No. 973) authorizes ODFW to take listed spring chinook salmon juveniles from Catherine Creek (CC), Lostine River (LR) and Grande Ronde River (GR) for research and enhancement purposes. Modification 2 of this permit authorizes ODFW to take adults for spawning and the production and release of smolts for the Captive and Conventional broodstock programs. This report satisfies the requirement that an annual report be submitted. Herein we report on activities conducted and provide cursory data analyses for the Grande Ronde spring chinook salmon Captive and Conventional broodstock projects from 1 January-31 December 2000.

  13. “Not a man from England”: assimilating the exotic ‘other’ through performance, from Henry IV to Henry VI

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    Penlington, A.

    2010-01-01

    This essay will consider recent shifts in performance representations of England and the exotic ‘other’ in Shakespeare’s Henry IV, Henry V and Henry VI plays. By tracing the texts’ varied representations of non-English Britons and those for whom English is not their mother tongue (such as Owen Glyndwr in 1 Henry IV and Princess Catherine in Henry V), recent criticism has identified that Shakespeare’s narrative portrays the challenges of assimilating ‘otherness’ within English culture. This es...

  14. New Methods for Evaluating Skin Injury from Sulfur Mustard in the Hairless Guinea Pig

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    1993-05-13

    MUSTARD IN THE HAIRLESS GUINEA PIG Ernest H. Braue, Jr., Catherine R. Bangledorf, and Robert G. Rieder "U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical...evaluating the skin hydration state. The skin of anesthetized hairless guinea pigs was exposed to saturated HD vapor (1.4mg/ml) at 4 sites for 3, 5, 7, or 9...assessment of skin damage following cutaneous exposure to HD vapor. EXPERIMENTAL METHODS Each hairless guinea pig (HGP) was exposed to saturated HD vapor

  15. Utilización de células madre en terapia regenerativa cardíaca

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    Herreros, J. (J.); Rocha, E. (Eduardo); Inogés, S. (S.); Rabago, G. (Gregorio); Perez-Calvo, J. (Javier); Hernández, M. (M.); Rifón, J. (J.); Panizo, A. (Ángel); Cosín, J. (J.); Pérez, A. (A.); Prosper, F. (Felipe)

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    One of the most important challenges in modern medicine is the use of stem cells for the treatment of human disease such as diabetes, Parkinson ́s disease or isquemic cardiomyopathy. A number of problems need to be solved before stem cells can be applied clinically. In this paper we will review some concepts related to the potential of stem cells, focusing on adult stem cells as they have recently been described by the group of Catherine Verfaillie. We will also present our initial clinical r...

  16. A Tool for Determining the Number of Contributors: Interpreting Complex, Compromised Low-Template Dna Samples

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    2017-09-28

    Ph.D. Catherine Grgicak Phone: (617) 638-1968 STEM Degrees: STEM Participants: RPPR Final Report as of 17-Oct-2017 Agreement Number: W911NF-14-C...to degrade into increasingly smaller fragments over time. The mechanism inducing DNA damage can include strand breakage, formation of pyrimidine...in this example ⌊(7.8⁡10−4)(48⁡103) 63⁄ ⌋ = ⌊5.94⌋ = 5. Note that 48 µL stems from the knowledge that typically 2 of 50 µL of the extract is

  17. Journal of Superconductivity. Volume 8, Number 4. Special Issue: Miami University Workshop on High-Temperature Superconductivity. Part 1,

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    in HgBa2Can- 1CUnO 2n+2 +6 507 Massimo Marezio, Edgar T. Alexandre , Pierre Bordet, Jean-Jacques Capponi, Catherine Chaillout, Evgueni M. Kopnin...polarization configurations normal- the A.-von- Humboldt Foundation for support. ized to the absolute scattering efficiency. Note that for the sake of...1994). Journal of Superconductivity, Vol. 8, No. 4, 1995 Cation and Anion Disorder in HgBa2Can-1CunO2n+2+8 Massimo Marezio, 1 ,2 Edgar T. Alexandre

  18. Catholicisme et bourgeoisie. Retour sur les Origines de l'esprit bourgeois en France de Bernard Groethuysen

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    Maire, Catherine; Hours, Bernard

    2008-01-01

    Dans le cadre du GDR 2342 « l'esprit moderne en religion (xvie-xxe siècle) », le Centre d'anthropologie religieuse européenne (CARE) avec Catherine Maire et l'Institut d'histoire du christianisme avec Bernard Hours, ont organisé à Lyon, dans les locaux de l'université Jean-Moulin, une table ronde autour du livre de Bernard Groethuysen, Origines de l'esprit bourgeois en France (1927), avec la participation de Philippe Boutry, Louis Châtellier, François Chaubet, Marcel Gauchet, Alain Guéry, Ber...

  19. Kindergarden - Enrollments 2012-2013

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      Enrollments 2012-2013   Monday 5, Tuesday 6, and Wednesday 7 March From 8.00 to 10.00 at the Nursery School   Registration forms will be available from 2nd March onwards: – At the Nursery School, from the Secretary, tel : 73604.    Catherine.Regelbrugge@cern.ch. – At the Nursery School, from the Headmistress, tel : 77925.    Brigitte.Pillionnel@cern.ch. – On the pages of the Nursery School website http://cern.ch/kindergarten/docs/cond%20gales%2012-2013%20EN.pdf. 

  20. An uncommon presentation: Creative commons at the 2012 LES winter meeting

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    Meike, Annamarie [Lawrence Livermore National Lab. (LLNL), Livermore, CA (United States)

    2012-01-06

    Have you noticed that the subject matter of our LES meetings is heavily oriented toward patent rights? There is more IP business in the area of patents, but it is important to keep an eye on copyright, whether for the purpose of influencing software copyright policy, or observing the development of interesting business models. So it is with pleasure that I see Catherine Casserly of the non-profit organization, Creative Commons (CC) is our Luncheon speaker for the 2012 Winter meeting in Anaheim.

  1. Word versus Honor: The Case of Françoise de Rohan vs. Jacques de Savoie

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    McIlvenna, Una

    2012-01-01

    This paper examines one of the most notorious scandals of sixteenth-century France. In 1557, Françoise de Rohan, a lady-in-waiting to Catherine de Medici, launched a legal battle to get the duke of Nemours, Jacques de Savoie, to recognize their orally-agreed marriage contract and formally recognize the child whom he had fathered with her. Central to Rohan’s case were not only the love-letters Nemours had written to her but also the eye-witness testimonies of her servants, who had overheard th...

  2. リターン号事件(一六七三年)の英国側史料と我が国におけるその利用

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    朝治, 啓三

    2007-01-01

    The Return, the ship sent to Taiwan and Japan by English East India Company, arrived in Nagasaki asking for re-opening the Anglo-Japanese trade in 1673. The Tokugawa shogunate after two month consideration refused the captain to re-open the trade. That English King, Charles II, married with a Portuguese princess, Catherine, seems to have been regarded as the main reason of the refusal, because before the arrival of Return the Dutch Company informed the Shogunate of the king's marriage with a ...

  3. Tuberculosis case finding in first-degree relative contacts not living with index tuberculosis cases in Kampala, Uganda

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    Chheng P; Nsereko M; Malone LL; Okware B; Zalwango S; Joloba M; Boom WH; Mupere E; Stein CM

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    Phalkun Chheng,1,2 Mary Nsereko,2 LaShaunda L Malone,2 Brenda Okware,2 Sarah Zalwango,2 Moses Joloba,2,3 W Henry Boom,2 Ezekiel Mupere,1,2,4 Catherine M Stein1,2 On behalf of the Tuberculosis Research Unit 1Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH, USA; 2Uganda-Case Western Reserve University Research Collaboration, 3Department of Medical Microbiology, College of Health Sciences, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda; 4Department of Pediatric...

  4. Grande Ronde Basin Chinook Salmon Captive Brood and Conventional Supplementation Programs, 2001 Annual Report.

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    Carmichael, Richard W. (Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, La Grande, OR)

    2003-03-01

    Endangered Species Permit Number 1011 (formerly Permit No. 973) authorizes ODFW to take listed spring chinook salmon juveniles from Catherine Creek (CC), Lostine River (LR) and Grande Ronde River (GR) for research and enhancement purposes. Modification 2 of this permit authorizes ODFW to take adults for spawning and the production and release of smolts for the Captive and Conventional broodstock programs. This report satisfies the requirement that an annual report be submitted. Herein we report on activities conducted and provide cursory data analyses for the Grande Ronde spring chinook salmon Captive and Conventional broodstock projects from 1 January-31 December 2001.

  5. ALICE honours two Italian suppliers

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    From left to right: Robert Terpin (MIPOT), Pier Luigi Bellutti (ITC), Andrea Zanotti, President of ITC, Luciano Bosisio (Trieste University), Gennady Zinovjev (Kiev), Catherine Decosse (CERN), Lodovico Riccati, ALICE Collaboration Board Chair (INFN Torino), Paolo Giubellino (INFN Torino), Mario Zen, Director of ITC, Maurizio Boscardin (ITC), Paolo Tonella (ITC), Jurgen Schukraft, ALICE Spokesperson (CERN), Giacomo Vito Margagliotti (Trieste University), Nevio Grion (INFN Trieste), Marco Bregant (INFN Trieste) Front row from left to right: Paolo Traverso (ITC), Federico Carminati, ALICE Computing Project Leader (CERN), and Jean-Robert Lutz, ITS-SSD Project leader (IPHC Strasbourg).

  6. Media visibility on the formation of female celebrity: Catarina, a virgin for auction

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    Lígia Campos de Cerqueira Lana

    2013-09-01

    Full Text Available This article analyzes the role of media visibility in the rise of CatherineMigliorini’s celebrity, famous after putting her virginity up for auction oninternet. The history of the case and its main events, texts written by experts, images and statements of Catarina are investigated from the perspective of women’s visibility transformations. Although media critique, the celebrity Catarina displayed expected abilities of women in media visibility, as the possession of a sexy, young and assertive body, able to be used as capital.

  7. Two books on dementia care: Risk Assessment and management for living well with dementia, and Key issues in evolving dementia care

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    Gillian Manthorpe

    2013-05-01

    Full Text Available Risk Assessment and Management for Living Well with Dementia. Charlotte L. Clarke, Heather Wilkinson, John Keady and Catherine E. Gibb. Foreword by Murna Downs. Part of the Bradford Dementia Group Good Practice Guides series. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2011, pp. 128, ISBN: 978-1-84905-005-0Key Issues in Evolving Dementia Care. International Theory-based Policy and Practice. Edited by Anthea Innes, Fiona Kelly and Louise McCabe. Foreword by Professor June Andrews. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2012, pp. 264, ISBN: 978-1-84905-242-9

  8. Theoretical study of phase behaviour of DLVO model for lysozyme and γ-crystalline aqueous electrolyte solutions

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    R. Melnyk

    2015-03-01

    Full Text Available Mean spherical approximation (MSA, second-order Barker-Henderson (BH perturbation theory and thermodynamic perturbation theory (TPT for associating fluids in combination with BH perturbation theory are applied to the study of the structural properties and phase behaviour of the Derjaguin-Landau-Verwey-Overbeek (DLVO model of lysozyme and γ-cristalline aqueous electrolyte solutions. Predictions of the MSA for the structure factors are in good agreement with the corresponding computer simulation predictions. The agreement between theoretical results for the liquid-gas phase diagram and the corresponding results of the experiment and computer simulation is less satisfactory, with predictions of the combined BH-TPT approach being the most accurate.

  9. RETARDO DE CRECIMIENTO INTRAUTERINO: CONSECUENCIAS A LARGO PLAZO

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    Int. Med. Tomás Rybertt

    2016-07-01

    Full Text Available El retardo del crecimiento intrauterino (RCIU se asocia a factores de riesgo maternos y a causas placentarias y dependientes del feto. La aparición de esta patología es de relevancia dado que se asocia en el corto plazo a morbilidad-mortalidad neonatal, así como en la incidencia en patologías crónicas de la vida adulta. Este artículo revisa principalmente las consecuencias a largo plazo de RCIU en cuanto al crecimiento post-natal, neurodesarrollo y describe cómo a través de la hipótesis de Barker se relaciona esta condición con enfermedad coronaria, diabetes mellitus e hipertensión arterial.

  10. What veterinary practice managers can learn from other health care professions.

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    Wood, F

    1996-02-01

    Joel Barker, a noted futurist, points out that the best ideas usually come from outside an industry or profession. As a management consultant, I often get new ideas from industries completely unrelated to my clients' industry. For example, companies interested in offering outstanding customer service might study Nordstrom's, L.L. Bean, or Lexus. Those interested in world class distribution might research Federal Express or United Parcel Service. Airlines, trying to minimize downtime of jets at the terminal, learn secrets from Indianapolis 500 pit crews. Similarly, in observing optometrists and dentists, there are valuable lessons for veterinarians. Dentists identified a business model or organizational structure that generates healthy profits. Independent optometrists experienced the onslaught of intense competition from huge corporate players and weathered the storm. The veterinary profession is not so unique. By studying other professions, we need not recreate the wheel.

  11. Airship Sparse Array Antenna Radar Real Aperture Imaging Based on Compressed Sensing and Sparsity in Transform Domain

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    Li Liechen

    2016-02-01

    Full Text Available A conformal sparse array based on combined Barker code is designed for airship platform. The performance of the designed array such as signal-to-noise ratio is analyzed. Using the hovering characteristics of the airship, interferometry operation can be applied on the real aperture imaging results of two pulses, which can eliminate the random backscatter phase and make the image sparse in the transform domain. Building the relationship between echo and transform coefficients, the Compressed Sensing (CS theory can be introduced to solve the formula and achieving imaging. The image quality of the proposed method can reach the image formed by the full array imaging. The simulation results show the effectiveness of the proposed method.

  12. A behavior setting assessment for community programs and residences.

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    Perkins, D V; Baker, F

    1991-10-01

    Using the concept of person-environment fit to determine the effectiveness of residential and program placements for chronic psychiatric clients requires systematic and concrete information about these community environments in addition to information about the clients themselves. The conceptual and empirical development of the Behavior Setting Assessment (BSA), a measure based on Barker's behavior setting theory, is described. Use of the BSA with 28 residences (117 settings) and 11 programs (176 settings) from two community support systems demonstrated that all 293 settings assessed could be described and analyzed in terms of differences in their demands for self-care skills, food preparation and consumption, verbal/cognitive responses, and solitary or group activities. The BSA is an efficient measure for obtaining specific, concrete information about the behavioral demands of important community environments.

  13. Coded Ultrasound for Blood Flow Estimation Using Subband Processing

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    Gran, Fredrik; Udesen, Jesper; Nielsen, Michael Bachamnn

    2008-01-01

    the excitation signal is broadband and has good spatial resolution after pulse compression. This means that time can be saved by using the same data for B-mode imaging and blood flow estimation. Two different coding schemes are used in this paper, Barker codes and Golay codes. The performance of the codes......This paper investigates the use of coded excitation for blood flow estimation in medical ultrasound. Traditional autocorrelation estimators use narrow-band excitation signals to provide sufficient signal-to-noise-ratio (SNR) and velocity estimation performance. In this paper, broadband coded...... signals are used to increase SNR, followed by subband processing. The received broadband signal is filtered using a set of narrow-band filters. Estimating the velocity in each of the bands and averaging the results yields better performance compared with what would be possible when transmitting a narrow...

  14. The comparative method as a breaching experiment

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    Mathieu, David

    Comparative studies have remained an exception in qualitative reception and audience studies (Jensen, 1998b), although recent years have witnessed ambitious projects (e.g. Barker & Mathijs, 2008) and increased cross-national research collaborations. This paper will present the design...... of an empirical comparative study of the cultural, cognitive and linguistic determinants of news comprehension and a discussion of the challenges, issues and benefits found in engaging with a comparative methodology in the context of reception and discourse analyses. The research project on which this paper...... is based sought to understand the processes by which mediated discourse such as news is comprehended by its audience (Mathieu, 2009). The empirical study consisted in a cross-cultural comparison of the reading processes between Danes and Canadians over a set of news texts from both countries...

  15. “Don’t Be Frightened Dear … This Is Hollywood”: British Filmmakers in Early American Cinema

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    Ian Scott

    2010-11-01

    Full Text Available British visitors to Hollywood from the late 1920s onward have captured the attention of writers as importing a particular view of their home country in a succession of ”British-Hollywood” movies. This article argues, however, that there was an initial wave of such trans-national pioneers – writer-directors Charles Brabin, Colin Campbell, Reginald Barker and Frank Lloyd – who not only did not demonstrate such “Britishness” in their work but instead made a crucial contribution to the development of classical Hollywood filmmaking. At times, they also offered a more nuanced view of social and historical complexities of the American past than many US-born directors.

  16. Magnetic fields in noninvasive brain stimulation.

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    Vidal-Dourado, Marcos; Conforto, Adriana Bastos; Caboclo, Luis Otávio Sales Ferreira; Scaff, Milberto; Guilhoto, Laura Maria de Figueiredo Ferreira; Yacubian, Elza Márcia Targas

    2014-04-01

    The idea that magnetic fields could be used therapeutically arose 2000 years ago. These therapeutic possibilities were expanded after the discovery of electromagnetic induction by the Englishman Michael Faraday and the American Joseph Henry. In 1896, Arsène d'Arsonval reported his experience with noninvasive brain magnetic stimulation to the scientific French community. In the second half of the 20th century, changing magnetic fields emerged as a noninvasive tool to study the nervous system and to modulate neural function. In 1985, Barker, Jalinous, and Freeston presented transcranial magnetic stimulation, a relatively focal and painless technique. Transcranial magnetic stimulation has been proposed as a clinical neurophysiology tool and as a potential adjuvant treatment for psychiatric and neurologic conditions. This article aims to contextualize the progress of use of magnetic fields in the history of neuroscience and medical sciences, until 1985.

  17. Perturbation theory for water with an associating reference fluid

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    Marshall, Bennett D.

    2017-11-01

    The theoretical description of the thermodynamics of water is challenged by the structural transition towards tetrahedral symmetry at ambient conditions. As perturbation theories typically assume a spherically symmetric reference fluid, they are incapable of accurately describing the liquid properties of water at ambient conditions. In this paper we address this problem by introducing the concept of an associated reference perturbation theory (APT). In APT we treat the reference fluid as an associating hard sphere fluid which transitions to tetrahedral symmetry in the fully hydrogen bonded limit. We calculate this transition in a theoretically self-consistent manner without appealing to molecular simulations. This associated reference provides the reference fluid for a second order Barker-Henderson perturbative treatment of the long-range attractions. We demonstrate that this approach gives a significantly improved description of water as compared to standard perturbation theories.

  18. Internal and External Readings of Same

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    Hardt, Daniel

    2016-01-01

    Same is an anaphoric element that performs a comparison, which can either be external or internal to a sentence. Hardt and Mikkelsen (2015) show that same, unlike other anaphoric expressions, imposes a parallelism constraint, and they present three types of examples showing that same...... is infelicitous in the absence of parallelism. Hardt and Mikkelsen propose an account that applies uniformly to internal and external readings; however, the evidence they present largely targets external readings – they don’t offer empirical evidence that clearly supports the uniform approach. Furthermore, Barker...... (2007) argues that internal readings must be treated differently than external readings. In this paper, I show that the parallelism effects observed by Hardt and Mikkelsen in fact apply to internal readings as well. This provides support for a uniform treatment of internal and external readings of same...

  19. Phase-coded microwave signal generation based on a single electro-optical modulator and its application in accurate distance measurement.

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    Zhang, Fangzheng; Ge, Xiaozhong; Gao, Bindong; Pan, Shilong

    2015-08-24

    A novel scheme for photonic generation of a phase-coded microwave signal is proposed and its application in one-dimension distance measurement is demonstrated. The proposed signal generator has a simple and compact structure based on a single dual-polarization modulator. Besides, the generated phase-coded signal is stable and free from the DC and low-frequency backgrounds. An experiment is carried out. A 2 Gb/s phase-coded signal at 20 GHz is successfully generated, and the recovered phase information agrees well with the input 13-bit Barker code. To further investigate the performance of the proposed signal generator, its application in one-dimension distance measurement is demonstrated. The measurement accuracy is less than 1.7 centimeters within a measurement range of ~2 meters. The experimental results can verify the feasibility of the proposed phase-coded microwave signal generator and also provide strong evidence to support its practical applications.

  20. Reviews

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    Philip Barker

    1998-12-01

    Full Text Available There were two copy-editing blunders in Clive Betts's review, in ALT-J 5 (3, of Shirley Fletcher's Designing Competence-Based Training, one in paragraph 2 line 1, the other in paragraph 3 line 8. The errors (the result of the Editor, Gabriel Jacobs, trying to perform a final proof of the journal at lightning speed in order to meet the printing deadline, and not of any mistake on the part of either Philip Barker or the University of Wales Press hardly affected meaning, but the fact that they appeared in a review of a book on competence makes the embarrassment all the more telling. The Editor apologizes, and thanks eagle-eyed readers. He has decided to read the book in the hope that such errors will not recur.

  1. Optimal pseudorandom sequence selection for online c-VEP based BCI control applications

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    Isaksen, Jonas L.; Mohebbi, Ali; Puthusserypady, Sadasivan

    2017-01-01

    to predict the chance of completion and accuracy score. Results: No specific pseudorandom sequence showed superior accuracy on the group basis. When isolating the individual performances with the highest accuracy, time consumption per identification was not significantly increased. The Accuracy Score aids...... is a laborious process. Aims: This study aimed to suggest an efficient method for choosing the optimal stimulus sequence based on a fast test and simple measures to increase the performance and minimize the time consumption for research trials. Methods: A total of 21 healthy subjects were included in an online...... wheelchair control task and completed the same task using stimuli based on the m-code, the gold-code, and the Barker-code. Correct/incorrect identification and time consumption were obtained for each identification. Subject-specific templates were characterized and used in a forward-step first-order model...

  2. New York, Weegee the Famous

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    Chastagner, Claude

    2008-01-01

    « Weegee the famous » : le surnom dont s’est affublé Arthur H. Fellig évoque plus, dans sa vantardise ironique, le bonimenteur de cirque, le carnival barker, que le photographe de talent. Rien non plus dans son allure physique qui incite à l’inclure dans le cercle fermé des « vrais » artistes, des grands photographes américains célébrés par les magazines et les rétrospectives, comme Ansel Adams ou Walker Evans, même si lui aussi a eu les honneurs d’Hollywood, de Vogue et du MOMA. Avec ses com...

  3. New York, Weegee the Famous

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    Claude Chastagner

    2008-08-01

    Full Text Available « Weegee the famous » : le surnom dont s’est affublé Arthur H. Fellig évoque plus, dans sa vantardise ironique, le bonimenteur de cirque, le carnival barker, que le photographe de talent. Rien non plus dans son allure physique qui incite à l’inclure dans le cercle fermé des « vrais » artistes, des grands photographes américains célébrés par les magazines et les rétrospectives, comme Ansel Adams ou Walker Evans, même si lui aussi a eu les honneurs d’Hollywood, de Vogue et du MOMA. Avec ses com...

  4. Factors influencing the effects of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation in Parkinson's disease

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    Na Ye; Tao Feng

    2016-01-01

    Barker first used transcranial magnetic stimulation in 1985 in human brain function research. Since then, it has gradually been developed into a secure and non-invasive treatment method for neurological diseases. In 1994, Pascual Leone first used it for the treatment of Parkinson's disease (PD) and observed an improvement in the motor symptoms of most of the patients. Recent studies have confirmed that both motor and non-motor symptoms of patients with PD could be improved through biochemical, electrophysiological, and functional magnetic resonance imaging analysis. Different therapeutic applications can be achieved by adjusting the stimulation parameters. Physical factors affecting the therapeutic effect include the shape and size of the coil, array orientation, materials and intensity, frequency of stimulus, etc.; the biological factors include stimulating targets, baseline, circadian rhythms, cerebral cortex thickness, and so on. This paper will review these factors and provide a reference for future research.

  5. Factors influencing the effects of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation in Parkinson’s disease

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    Na Ye; Tao Feng

    2016-01-01

    Barker first used transcranial magnetic stimulation in 1985 in human brain function research. Since then, it has gradually been developed into a secure and non-invasive treatment method for neurological diseases. In 1994, Pascual Leone first used it for the treatment of Parkinson’s disease(PD) and observed an improvement in the motor symptoms of most of the patients. Recent studies have confirmed that both motor and non-motor symptoms of patients with PD could be improved through biochemical, electrophysiological, and functional magnetic resonance imaging analysis. Different therapeutic applications can be achieved by adjusting the stimulation parameters.Physical factors affecting the therapeutic effect include the shape and size of the coil, array orientation, materials and intensity, frequency of stimulus, etc.; the biological factors include stimulating targets, baseline, circadian rhythms, cerebral cortex thickness, and so on. This paper will review these factors and provide a reference for future research.

  6. Fast Blood Vector Velocity Imaging using ultrasound: In-vivo examples of complex blood flow in the vascular system

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    Hansen, Kristoffer Lindskov; Udesen, Jesper; Gran, Fredrik

    2008-01-01

    Conventional ultrasound methods for acquiring color flow images of the blood motion are restricted by a relatively low frame rate and angle dependent velocity estimates. The Plane Wave Excitation (PWE) method has been proposed to solve these limitations. The frame rate can be increased, and the 2-D...... vector velocity of the blood motion can be estimated. The transmitted pulse is not focused, and a full speckle image of the blood can be acquired for each emission. A 13 bit Barker code is transmitted simultaneously from each transducer element. The 2-D vector velocity of the blood is found using 2-D...... speckle tracking between segments in consecutive speckle images. The flow patterns of six bifurcations and two veins were investigated in-vivo. It was shown: 1) that a stable vortex in the carotid bulb was present opposed to other examined bifurcations, 2) that retrograde flow was present...

  7. High Frame-Rate Blood Vector Velocity Imaging Using Plane Waves: Simulations and Preliminary Experiments

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    Udesen, Jesper; Gran, Fredrik; Hansen, Kristoffer Lindskov

    2008-01-01

    ) The ultrasound is not focused during the transmissions of the ultrasound signals; 2) A 13-bit Barker code is transmitted simultaneously from each transducer element; and 3) The 2-D vector velocity of the blood is estimated using 2-D cross-correlation. A parameter study was performed using the Field II program......, and performance of the method was investigated when a virtual blood vessel was scanned by a linear array transducer. An improved parameter set for the method was identified from the parameter study, and a flow rig measurement was performed using the same improved setup as in the simulations. Finally, the common...... carotid artery of a healthy male was scanned with a scan sequence that satisfies the limits set by the Food and Drug Administration. Vector velocity images were obtained with a frame-rate of 100 Hz where 40 speckle images are used for each vector velocity image. It was found that the blood flow...

  8. Experimental determination of the isothermal (vapour + liquid) equilibria of binary aqueous solutions of sec-butylamine and cyclohexylamine at several temperatures

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    Chiali-Baba Ahmed, Nouria [LATA2M, Laboratoire de Thermodynamique Appliquee et Modelisation Moleculaire, University AbouBekr Belkaid of Tlemcen, Post Office Box 119, Tlemcen 13000 (Algeria); Negadi, Latifa, E-mail: latifanegadi@yahoo.fr [LATA2M, Laboratoire de Thermodynamique Appliquee et Modelisation Moleculaire, University AbouBekr Belkaid of Tlemcen, Post Office Box 119, Tlemcen 13000 (Algeria); Mokbel, Ilham [LSA, Laboratoire des Sciences Analytiques, CNRS-UMR 5280, Universite Claude Bernard - Lyon I, 43, Bd du 11 Novembre 1918, Villeurbanne Cedex 69622 (France); Kaci, Ahmed Ait [Laboratoire de Thermodynamique et Modelisation Moleculaire, Universite des Sciences et de la Technologie Houari Boumediene, Post Office Box 32, El Alia 16111, Bab Ezzouar (Algeria); Jose, Jacques [LSA, Laboratoire des Sciences Analytiques, CNRS-UMR 5280, Universite Claude Bernard - Lyon I, 43, Bd du 11 Novembre 1918, Villeurbanne Cedex 69622 (France)

    2012-01-15

    Highlights: > Vapour pressures of sec-butylamine or cyclohexylamine and their aqueous solutions. > The investigated temperatures are 273 K and 363 K. > The (cyclohexylamine + water) mixture shows positive azeotropic behaviour. > The (sec-butylamine + water) or (cyclohexylamine + water) exhibit positive G{sup E}. - Abstract: The vapour pressures of (sec-butylamine + water), (cyclohexylamine + water) binary mixtures, and of pure sec-butylamine and cyclohexylamine components were measured by means of two static devices at temperatures between 293 (or 273) K and 363 K. The data were correlated with the Antoine equation. From these data, excess Gibbs functions (G{sup E}) were calculated for several constant temperatures and fitted to a fourth-order Redlich-Kister equation using the Barker's method. The (cyclohexylamine + water) system shows positive azeotropic behaviour for all investigated temperatures. The two binary mixtures exhibit positive deviations in G{sup E} for all investigated temperatures over the whole composition range.

  9. [Link between prenatal exposure to the "Winter of Famine" and long-term medical consequences].

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    Roseboom, T J; van der Meulen, J H; Ravelli, A C; Bleker, O P

    2000-12-23

    The 'foetal origins' hypothesis (Barker hypothesis) proposes that undernutrition of the foetus during critical periods of development increases the risk of coronary heart disease in later life. The Dutch famine caused by the second World War in the winter of 1944--although a historical disaster--provides a unique opportunity to study effects of undernutrition during gestation in humans. The health of people born around the time of the Dutch famine, in the Wilhelmina Gasthuis in Amsterdam, of whom detailed birth records exist, was assessed. There were indications that chronic diseases in later life are associated with prenatal undernutrition. The associations with undernutrition, however, depend upon the time of occurrence during gestation. Our findings are compatible with the conclusion that maternal malnutrition during gestation may permanently affect adult health without affecting the size of the baby at birth. This may imply that adaptations that enable the foetus to continue to grow may have adverse consequences for health in later life.

  10. Limestone Creek, Local Flood Protection, Fayetteville, New York

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    1990-08-01

    maple, slippery elm , syca- more, black locust, dogwood, sumac, choke cherry, creeping cucumber, goldenrod and teasel. Wooded areas on the surrounding...CIRCLE C. -AkA- BARKER t LANE IVIALL KEN 4A AVE 2 7rflEE EEOER r ’A CHANIC S ENWOOD LANE Shcoping cc a ttev Center RNE -V ELM STREET GENES STREET...0~i r; 0 i cyO n 0 00.- w ~ 0vwf N - N 9 00 0 , - 00 -l N NO w IV a,0 200 000 -0 a, r. elm ID MW PN0NIN MOJn 0m M e. 0’iamo 0 q0 ON T0 Fw% N..NV

  11. Conflict Approaches of Effective Project Manager in the Upstream Sector of Indonesian Oil & Gas Industry

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    Adhi Cahyono

    2012-10-01

    Full Text Available Conflict can be functional or dysfunctional to the organization’s performance. This study focused on the relationship between conflict approaches implemented by the project manager based on project team member’s perception on the effectiveness of the project manager in managing project’s conflict. Questionnaires were modified from Barker et al. (1988 to measure conflict management approaches and outcomes of managing project conflict. Data were gathered from 57 respondents who worked in the Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC contractors serving the upstream sector of the Oil and Gas industry in Indonesia. By using Pearson correlation, result of this study indicated that project managers were perceived to be effective in managing project conflict when implementing cooperative and confi rmative approaches, but ineffective when combining competitive and avoidance approaches. Further research should investigate correlation between cultural dimensions with conflict approaches and outcomes of managing conflict.

  12. Investigations of small-gap semiconductors: HgTe, HgMnTe and PbMnTe in the far infrared region using Fourierspectroscopic methods

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    Roschger, I.

    1985-05-01

    A special method was developed in the framework of this thesis to solve the inherent problem of dynamic range in Fourier spectrometry by using optical compensation. The so-called dual beam spectrometer consists of two coupled interferometers. This technique was adapted for measurements on small gap semiconductors. The investigated sample was n-HgTe, for which a resonant acceptor absorption in the conduction band was predicted. By alloying Mn-ions into the inverted gap-HgTe-crystal the band gap can be tuned to an open gap band structure. The mixed crystal exhibits additional structures in the phonon spectrum. The model of Barker and Verleur (including clustering) was applied. The substitution of Mn-ions in the IV-VI-compound PbTe leads to semimagnetic effects resolved by magneto-reflectivity measurements. The extrapolation in the fan-charts to zero-magnetic field suggests residual spin splitting either in the conduction and/or in the valence band. To evaluate the data an oscillator fit was applied to cyclotron absorption (Faraday- and Voigt-configuration) and was proved to be in agreement with the experimental data. Zero field splitting appears in PbMnTe in the valence band and indicates a weak ferromagnetism already observed in other measurements cited in the literature. Kramers-Kronig-data were in agreement with the theoretical results of the Barker-Verleur-model. The influence of clustering in the mixed crystal HgMnTe on the phonon spectra must be taken into account for Mn concentrations > 20%. The existence of the resonance acceptor state in HgTe was proved by optical transmission measurements. (Author, shortened by G.Q.)

  13. Homage to the 'H' in developmental origins of health and disease.

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    Rosenfeld, C S

    2017-02-01

    Abundant evidence exists linking maternal and paternal environments from pericopconception through the postnatal period to later risk to offspring diseases. This concept was first articulated by the late Sir David Barker and as such coined the Barker Hypothesis. The term was then mutated to Fetal Origins of Adult Disease and finally broadened to developmental origins of adult health and disease (DOHaD) in recognition that the perinatal environment can shape both health and disease in resulting offspring. Developmental exposure to various factors, including stress, obesity, caloric-rich diets and environmental chemicals can lead to detrimental offspring health outcomes. However, less attention has been paid to date on measures that parents can take to promote the long-term health of their offspring. In essence, have we neglected to consider the 'H' in DOHaD? It is the 'H' component that should be of primary concern to expecting mothers and fathers and those seeking to have children. While it may not be possible to eliminate exposure to all pernicious factors, prevention/remediation strategies may tip the scale to health rather than disease. By understanding disruptive DOHaD mechanisms, it may also illuminate behavioral modifications that parents can adapt before fertilization and throughout the neonatal period to promote the lifelong health of their male and female offspring. Three possibilities will be explored in the current review: parental exercise, probiotic supplementation and breastfeeding in the case of mothers. The 'H' paradigm should be the focus going forward as a healthy start can indeed last a lifetime.

  14. Exhibition Review | A Collection Worthy of a Cosmopolitan Patron of the Arts

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    Jennifer Milam

    2017-12-01

    Full Text Available There is, perhaps, no more appropriate exhibition within recent memory to display the ‘cosmopolitan moment’ of Enlightenment art patronage and collecting than Masterpieces from the Hermitage: The Legacy of Catherine the Great. Touted as a ‘sweeping survey of art from the Russian court’, the exhibition provided visitors with the most extraordinary glimpse into to the cosmopolitan taste of Catherine II, who ruled Russia for 34 years, between 1762 and 1796. Her reign spanned the period of Enlightenment and the revolutions that Enlightenment thinking gave rise to in America and France. A frequent correspondent with French philosophes, such as Voltaire and Diderot, she became disillusioned with Enlightenment ideas following the imprisonment and execution of Louis XVI and the violence of the Terror. Her collections, nevertheless, stand as visual evidence of her interest in art, not only as an extension of her grandeur as a ruler, which was typical of the age of absolutism, but also as the material expression of her intellectual curiosity and openness to other cultures.

  15. The cause of Arseniy Matseevich as an "indicator" of the ideology of the church conservatism at the Catherinian age: historiographical aspect

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    Rudnev, M. A.

    2017-05-01

    Full Text Available On the materials of the historico-biographical treatises and furthermore the generalizing and monographic works in history of the Russian Orthodox Church and the social and political thought the historiographical appraisals and treatments of the ideological content and motivation of the church opposition to the Catherine's II policy led by metropolitan of Rostov Arseniy Matseevich is examined. This problematico-historiographical review is realized in the context of the Russian conservatismʼs origins and development from its initial oppositional version to the posterior incarnation. The Russian Pre-October and émigré "secular" historians (V. S. Ikonnikov, A. V. Kartashev appraised Arseniy Matseevichʼs struggle against the secularization church estates decreed by Catherine II as the manifestation of the class economical egoism of the highest clergy only. These authors denied any "ideal" (spiritual and ideological motives of his opposition to the Catherinian policy. Contrary to this viewpoint in the apologistical treatise about Arseniy Matseevich published in 1912 the priest M. S. Popov represented him as the principal ideological fighter for the Church's independence of the Catherinian absolutist regime. The Soviet historiography and the majority of the contemporary Russian historians assertes the "class egoistical" economical motivation of Arseniy Matseevichʼs opposition to the Catherinian politics and confronted his oppositional church conservatism with its "system" version personified by the metropolitan of Moscow Platon (Levshin.

  16. New code of conduct

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    Laëtitia Pedroso

    2010-01-01

    During his talk to the staff at the beginning of the year, the Director-General mentioned that a new code of conduct was being drawn up. What exactly is it and what is its purpose? Anne-Sylvie Catherin, Head of the Human Resources (HR) Department, talked to us about the whys and wherefores of the project.   Drawing by Georges Boixader from the cartoon strip “The World of Particles” by Brian Southworth. A code of conduct is a general framework laying down the behaviour expected of all members of an organisation's personnel. “CERN is one of the very few international organisations that don’t yet have one", explains Anne-Sylvie Catherin. “We have been thinking about introducing a code of conduct for a long time but lacked the necessary resources until now”. The call for a code of conduct has come from different sources within the Laboratory. “The Equal Opportunities Advisory Panel (read also the "Equal opportuni...

  17. 日落私语帕兰朵

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    2004-01-01

    <正> 享受生活是意大利人最引以为豪的天性,美食和佳酿是他们生活的必须而非奢侈。千万不要把快餐似的通心粉当作是意大利菜的代表,不然,再好脾气的意大利人也会跟你急的,因为,早在高傲的法国人学会用刀叉之前,意大利人已经懂得享受冰淇淋了。曾经有这样一个故事:16世纪时,法国国王亨利二世娶了一个叫Catherine De Medici 的意大利女人,她是中世纪欧洲最富庶的城市——佛罗伦萨的首富。Catherine 带着她的婚纱、珠宝、家

  18. Grande Ronde Basin Chinook Salmon Captive Brood and Conventional Supplementation Programs, 2002 Annual Report.

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    Carmichael, Richard W. (Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, La Grande, OR)

    2003-07-01

    Endangered Species Permit Number 1011 (formerly Permit No. 973) authorizes ODFW to take listed spring chinook salmon juveniles from Catherine Creek (CC), Lostine River (LR) and Grande Ronde River (GR) for research and enhancement purposes. Modification 2 of this permit authorizes ODFW to take adults for spawning and the production and release of smolts for the Captive and Conventional broodstock programs. This report satisfies the requirement that an annual report be submitted. Herein we report on activities conducted and provide cursory data analyses for the Grande Ronde spring chinook salmon Captive and Conventional broodstock projects from 1 January-31 December 2002. The Grande Ronde Basin Spring Chinook Salmon Captive Broodstock Project is designed to rapidly increase numbers of salmon in stocks that are in imminent danger of extirpation. Parr are captured in Catherine Creek, upper Grande Ronde River and Lostine River and reared to adulthood in captivity. Upon maturation, they are spawned (within stocks) and their progeny reared to smoltification before being released into the natal stream of their parents. This program is co-managed by ODFW, National Marine Fisheries Service, the Nez Perce Tribe and Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation.

  19. Grande Ronde Basin Spring Chinook Salmon Captive Broodstock Program, 1995-2002 Summary Report.

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    Hoffnagle, Timothy; Carmichael, Richard; Noll, William

    2003-12-01

    The Grande Ronde Basin once supported large runs of chinook salmon Oncorhynchus tshawytscha and estimated peak escapements in excess of 10,000 occurred as recently as the late 1950's (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 1975). Natural escapement declines in the Grande Ronde Basin have been severe and parallel those of other Snake River populations. Reduced productivity has primarily been attributed to increased mortality associated with downstream and upstream migration past eight dams and reservoirs in the Snake and Columbia rivers. Reduced spawner numbers, combined with human manipulation of previously important spawning and rearing habitat in the Grande Ronde Basin, have resulted in decreased spawning distribution and population fragmentation of chinook salmon in the Grande Ronde Basin (Figure 1; Table 1). Escapement of spring/summer chinook salmon in the Snake River basin included 1,799 adults in 1995, less than half of the previous record low of 3,913 adults in 1994. Catherine Creek, Grande Ronde River and Lostine River were historically three of the most productive populations in the Grande Ronde Basin (Carmichael and Boyce 1986). However, productivity of these populations has been poor for recent brood years. Escapement (based on total redd counts) in Catherine Creek and Grande Ronde and Lostine rivers dropped to alarmingly low levels in 1994 and 1995. A total of 11, 3 and 16 redds were observed in 1994 in Catherine Creek, upper Grande Ronde River and Lostine River, respectively, and 14, 6 and 11 redds were observed in those same streams in 1995. In contrast, the maximum number of redds observed in the past was 505 in Catherine Creek (1971), 304 in the Grande Ronde River (1968) and 261 in 1956 in the Lostine River (Tranquilli et al 2003). Redd counts for index count areas (a standardized portion of the total stream) have also decreased dramatically for most Grande Ronde Basin streams from 1964-2002, dropping to as low as 37 redds in the 119.5 km in the index

  20. Grande Ronde Endemic Spring Chinook Project - ODFW, 2008 Annual Report.

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    Patterson, Scott

    2009-04-10

    Core activities of the Grande Ronde Endemic Spring Chinook Supplementation Program (GRESCSP) are funded through the authority of the Lower Snake River Fish and Wildlife Compensation Plan (LSRCP). The LSRCP program was approved by the Water Resources Development Act of 1976, PL 94-587, Section 102, 94th Congress substantially in accordance with the Special Report, LSRCP, June 1975 on file with the Chief of Engineers. The LSRCP was prepared and submitted in compliance with the Fish and Wildlife Coordination Act of 1958, PL 85-624, 85th Congress, August 12, 1958 to mitigate for the losses of fish and wildlife caused by the construction of dams on lower Snake River. The GRESCSP is an artificial propagation program that was initiated by Bonneville Power Administrations Fish and Wildlife program in the mid 1990's. The intent of this program was to change the mitigation aspect of the LSRCP program (harvest mitigation) to an integrated supplementation program; inasmuch as, hatchery produced fish could be experimentally used as a recovery tool and fish surplus to mitigation would be available for in-place and in-kind harvest. Fish production is still authorized by the LSRCP with the original mitigation return goal of 5,860 adult spring Chinook to the project area. The GRESCSP was developed with two primary components: (1) conventional broodstock (projects 199800702; 199800703; 199800704) and (2) captive brood (projects 199801001; 199801006). The GRESCSP relies on cooperative M&E efforts from the LSRCP including setting aside the Wenaha and Minam tributaries as natural production reserves components used for reference streams. The GRESCSP, coordinated with federal and tribal partners, identifies production levels for both propagation components and weir management strategies for each of the three supplemented tributary areas within the Grande Ronde Sub-basin. The three supplemented areas are Catherine Creek, Lostine River, and upper Grande Ronde River. Lookingglass

  1. Fish Research Project, Oregon, Investigations into the Early Life History of Naturally Produced Spring Chinook Salmon in the Grande Ronde River Basin, Annual Progress Report, Project Period: September 1, 1996 - August 31, 1997; ANNUAL

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    Brian C. Jonasson; J. Vincent Tranquilli; MaryLouise Keefe; Richard W. Carmichael

    1998-01-01

    We have documented two general life history strategies utilized by juvenile spring chinook salmon in the Grande Ronde River basin: (1) juveniles migrate downstream out of summer rearing areas in the fall, overwinter in river valley habitats, and begin their seaward migration in the spring, and (2) juveniles remain in summer rearing areas through the winter and begin seaward migration in the spring. In migration year 96-97, the patterns evident from migrant trap data were similar for the three Grande Ronde River populations studied, with 42% of the Lostine River migrants and 76% of the Catherine Creek migrants leaving upper rearing areas in the fall. Contrary to past years, the majority (98%) of upper Grande Ronde River migrants moved out in the fall. Total trap catch for the upper Grande Ronde River was exceedingly low (29 salmon), indicating that patterns seen this year may be equivocal. As in previous years, approximately 99% of chinook salmon juveniles moved past our trap at the lower end of the Grande Ronde River valley in the spring, reiterating that juvenile chinook salmon overwinter within the Grande Ronde valley section of the river. PIT-tagged fish were recaptured at Grande Ronde River traps and mainstem dams. Recapture data showed that fish that overwintered in valley habitats left as smolts and arrived at Lower Granite Dam earlier than fish that overwintered in upstream rearing areas. Fish from Catherine Creek that overwintered in valley habitats were recaptured at the dams at a higher rate than fish that overwintered upstream. In this first year of data for the Lostine River, fish tagged during the fall migration were detected at a similar rate to fish that overwintered upstream. Abundance estimates for migration year 96-97 were 70 for the upper Grande Ronde River, 4,316 for the Catherine Creek, and 4,323 for the Lostine River populations. Although present in most habitats, juvenile spring chinook salmon were found in the greatest abundance in pool

  2. Crypts, Phantoms, and Cultural Trauma: A Hauntological Approach to Recent British First World War Fiction

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    Full Text Available In my article, I analyse selected British novels about the First World War published at the turn of the 20th century, from the theoretical perspectives proposed by Maria Torok and Nicolas Abraham in The Shell and the Kernel: Renewals of Psychoanalysis. Pat Barker in Toby’s Room (2012 and Sue Gee in Earth and Heaven (2000 imagine their protagonists’ difficult evolution from melancholia to mourning after the loss of brothers and/or lovers, at the front. The concepts of incorporation and illness of mourning are used to explore the complicated process of bereavement in Barker’s novel, where hauntology becomes a form of honte-ology, from the French honte, shame. In Gee’s beautifully melancholic novel, the haunting trauma of loss is subtly evoked by images of empty fields, neglected farms, urban vistas filled with spectral figures of unemployed veterans. Moreover, Earth and Heaven affects the reader so deeply because the understated pain of loss becomes movingly tangible after the accidental death of the central protagonist’s six-year-old son, which seems to “condense” the pain of war bereavements a decade after the conflict. My intention is also to demonstrate that Sebastian Faulks in Birdsong (1993, Esther Freud in Summer at Gaglow (1997 and Pat Barker in Another World (1998 approach the Great War as a phantom haunting their contemporary protagonists. The persistence of the unknown past has a profound impact on these characters and only by trying to relate to the Great War do they find answers to their existential dilemmas. This directs our attention to the incomplete processes of First World War mourning, the persistence of endless grief and the potential continuity of unresolved trauma(s in transgenerational memory. The five novels under consideration also problematise the issue of silence—the unsayable family secret and/or the collective disregard for the national past. The psychoanalytic concept of crypt illuminates the relation

  3. Liquid theory with high accuracy and broad applicability: Coupling parameter series expansion and non hard sphere perturbation strategy

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    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available Thermodynamic and structural properties of liquids are of fundamental interest in physics, chemistry, and biology, and perturbation approach has been fundamental to liquid theoretical approaches since the dawn of modern statistical mechanics and remains so to this day. Although thermodynamic perturbation theory (TPT is widely used in the chemical physics community, one of the most popular versions of the TPT, i.e. Zwanzig (Zwanzig, R. W. J. Chem. Phys. 1954, 22, 1420-1426 1st-order high temperature series expansion (HTSE TPT and its 2nd-order counterpart under a macroscopic compressibility approximation of Barker-Henderson (Barker, J. A.; Henderson, D. J. Chem. Phys. 1967, 47, 2856-2861, have some serious shortcomings: (i the nth-order term of the HTSE is involved with reference fluid distribution functions of order up to 2n, and the higher-order terms hence progressively become more complicated and numerically inaccessible; (ii the performance of the HTSE rapidly deteriorates and the calculated results become even qualitatively incorrect as the temperature of interest decreases. This account deals with the developments that we have made over the last five years or so to advance a coupling parameter series expansion (CPSE and a non hard sphere (HS perturbation strategy that has scored some of its greatest successes in overcoming the above-mentioned difficulties. In this account (i we expatiate on implementation details of our schemes: how input information indispensable to high-order truncation of the CPSE in both the HS and non HS perturbation schemes is calculated by an Ornstein-Zernike integral equation theory; how high-order thermodynamic quantities, such as critical parameters and excess constant volume heat capacity, are extracted from the resulting excess Helmholtz free energy with irregular and inevitable numerical errors; how to select reference potential in the non HS perturbation scheme. (ii We give a quantitative analysis on why

  4. PENGARUH KOMPRES SEREI HANGAT TERHADAP PENURUNAN INTENSITAS NYERI ARTRITIS RHEUMATOID PADA LANJUT USIA

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    Marlina Andriani

    2016-05-01

    Full Text Available ABSTRACTThis study aims to look at the influence of warm lemongrass compress to decrease theintensity of pain in the elderly rheumatoid arthritis Tarok Dipo villages community health centers Guguk Panjang Bukittinggi working area. This study used an experimental metnod of one-group pretest-postest design using a total sampling with a sample of 20 people, collecting data through interviews with measuring outcomesassessment using the numeric rating scale and with observation we can get result with used scale Wong Barker (Scale Face, mean pain intensity before a warm lemongrasscompress 4,90 and after warm lemongrass compress 2,95. The results abtained rheumatoid arthritis pain intensity difference before and after warm lemongrass compress. This is evidenced by the t-test t value obtained at 10,563 with a significance value = 0,000, with a warm lemongrass compress these results can be used as an alternative to reduce pain intensity and pain felt by the elderly suffering rheumatoid arthritis. It was concluded that a warm lemongrass compress effect on rheumatoid arthritis decrease pain intensity and can be resumed as intervention can be carried out independently by people with rheumatoid arthritis. Keywords: (rheumatoid arthritis, pain intensity, olds, lemongrass compressABSTRAKPenelitian ini bertujuan untuk melihat pengaruh kompres serei hangat terhadap penurunan intensitas nyeri artritis rheumatoid pada lansia. Penelitian ini menggunakan metode eksperimen one-group pretest-posttets design dengan menggunakan total sampling dengan sampel sebanyak 20 orang, pengumpulan data yang dilakukan melalui wawancara dengan penilaian hasil ukur menggunakan numeric rantingscale (NRS dan melalui observasi dengan penilaian hasil ukur menggunakan skala Wong Barker (skala wajah, mean intensitas nyeri sebelum kompres serei hangat 4,90 dan setelah dilakukan kompres serei hangat 2,95. Hasil penelitian ini didapatkan perbedaan intensitas nyeri artritis rheumatoid sebelum

  5. Programación fetal de la hipertensión arterial del adulto: mecanismos celulares y moleculares Fetal programming of adult arterial hypertension: cellular and molecular mechanisms

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    Robinson Ramírez

    2013-02-01

    Full Text Available Cambios metabólicos in utero establecen patrones fisiológicos y estructurales a largo plazo que pueden "programar" la salud durante la vida adulta, teoría popularmente conocida como "hipótesis de Barker". La programación fetal implica que durante los períodos críticos del crecimiento prenatal, ciertos cambios en el entorno hormonal y nutricional del embrión, pueden alterar la expresión del genoma fetal, en tejidos con funciones fisiológicas y metabólicas en la etapa adulta. La evidencia sugiere que patologías como enfermedad vascular (por ejemplo, hipertensión, síndrome metabólico y diabetes mellitus tipo 2, pueden "programarse" durante las primeras etapas del desarrollo fetal y manifestarse en etapas tardías, al interactuar con el estilo de vida y otros factores de riesgo adquiridos convencionales con el medio ambiente. El objetivo de esta revisión es presentar evidencia adicional que apoye la asociación entre el bajo peso al nacer, con el aumento en la prevalencia de la hipertensión arterial en la edad adulta. Se revisan la función endotelial, el estrés oxidativo, la resistencia a la insulina y la función mitocondrial, como posibles mecanismos celulares y moleculares.Metabolic changes in utero establish long-term physiological and structural patterns which can "program" health in adulthood, theory popularly known as "Barker hypothesis". The fetal programming implies that during critical periods of prenatal growth, some changes in hormonal and nutritional environment of the embryo can alter fetal genome expression in tissues with physiological and metabolic functions in adulthood. Evidence suggests that pathologies like vascular disease (eg, hypertension, metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes mellitus, may "be programmed" during the early stages of fetal development and manifest in later stages, when interacting with lifestyle and other conventional acquired risk factors with the environment. The aim of this review is to

  6. Heavy metal content (Cd, Ni, Cr and Pb) in soil amendment with a low polluted biosolid

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    Gomez Lucas, Ignacio; Lag Brotons, Alfonso; Navarro-Pedreño, Jose; Belén Almendro-Candel, Maria; Jordán, Manuel M.; Bech, Jaume; Roca, Nuria

    2016-04-01

    The progressively higher water quality standards in Europe has led to the generation of large quantities of sewage sludge derived from wastewater treatment (Fytili and Zabaniotou 2008). Composting is an effective method to minimize these risks, as pathogens are biodegraded and heavy metals are stabilized as a result of organic matter transformations (Barker and Bryson 2002; Noble and Roberts 2004). Most of the studies about sewage sludge pollution are centred in medium and high polluted wastes. However, the aim of this study was to assess the effects on soil heavy metal content of a low polluted sewage sludge compost in order to identify an optimal application rate based in heavy metal concentration under a period of cultivation of a Mediterranean horticultural plant (Cynara carducnculus). The experiment was done between January to June: rainfall was 71 mm, the volume of water supplied every week was 10.5 mm, mean air temperatures was 14.2, 20.4 (maximum), and 9.2◦C (minimum). The soil was a clay-loam anthrosol (WRB 2006). The experimental plot (60 m2) was divided into five subplots with five treatments corresponding to 0, 2, 4, 6, and 8 kg compost/m2. Three top-soil (first 20 cm) samples from each treatment were taken (January, April and June) and these parameters were analysed: pH, electrical conductivity, organic matter and total content of heavy metals (microwave acid digestion followed by AAS-spectrometry determination). The results show that sewage sludge compost treatments increase the organic matter content and salinity (electrical conductivity of the soils) and diminish the pH. Cd and Ni total content in top-soil was affected and both slightly reduce their concentration. Pb and Cr show minor changes. In general, the application of this low polluted compost may affect the mobility of Cd and Ni due to the pH modification and the water added by irrigation along time but Pb and Cr remain their content in the top-soil. References Barker, A.V., and G.M. Bryson

  7. 40Ar-39Ar age clustering in the active phonolitic Cadamosto Seamount (Cape Verdes): Indications for periodic magmatic activity

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    Samrock, L. K.; Hansteen, T. H.; Wartho, J. A.

    2017-12-01

    The Cape Verde archipelago is situated 400-800 km off the west coast of Africa and is comprised of a northern and southern chain of islands and seamounts. Morphological observations and previous radiometric dating of the islands indicate a slow age progression, over 22 Ma, from east to west (Holm et al. 2008). We present the first radiometric ages for Cadamosto Seamount, which is composed of complex evolved volcanics and is situated at the southwestern tip of the Cape Verde archipelago (e.g. Barker et al. 2012). We analyzed five different submarine phonolites that were sampled by remotely operated vehicles (ROV) Kiel 6000 and dredging during the RV Meteor (M80/3) and RV Poseidon (POS320/2) cruises. Fresh sanidine, nepheline, and biotite grains were selected and carefully prepared for 40Ar-39Ar single grain total fusion analysis. Sanidine single grain 40Ar-39Ar ages from 5 samples range from 11.5 ± 6.5 ka to 349.0 ± 20.4 ka (2σ errors), and cluster in several age groupings (using the decay constant and atmospheric air ratio of Steiger & Jäger (1977), and age standard TCS2 (27.87 ± 0.04 Ma; 1σ; M.A. Lanphere, pers. comm.)). Three age groups can be identified within the youngest (0-170 ka) sanidines, which are separated by periods of 52-54 ka. Nepheline grains from one sample yielded much older ages of 169.5 ± 16.5 ka to 1521.5 ± 8.3 ka (2σ). Our data suggests young ages for the Cadamosto Seamount, which is in accordance with recorded seismic activity (Grevemeyer et al. 2010), and its position adjacent to the recently active islands of Fogo (last eruption in 2014/2015) and Brava (recent seismic activity). The different sub-groups of sanidine 40Ar-39Ar ages can be used to identify different activity maxima corresponding to cycles of magmatic productivity in a long-lived magmatic system. Ongoing petrologic investigations will be used to identify the relative importance of processes such as mantle melting rates, magma replenishment and magma chamber processes

  8. RH Department Information Meeting

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    Dear Colleagues, HR Department would like to invite you to an information meeting which will be held on Thursday 30 September 2010 at 9:30 am in the Main Auditorium (Building 500)* A welcome coffee will be available from 9:00 a.m. The presentation will cover the CERN Competency Model which consists of the technical and behavioral competencies that are intrinsic to our Organization and its application in the various HR processes. This presentation will be followed by a questions & answers session. We look forward to seeing you all on 30 September! Best regards, Anne-Sylvie Catherin Head, Human Resources Department *This meeting will be simultaneously retransmitted and thereafter available at the following address: http://webcast.cern.ch.

  9. ALICE doffs hat to two companies

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    During the fifth annual ALICE Industrial Awards ceremony, the ALICE Collaboration honoured two companies for their outstanding contributions to the construction of the experiment.For the past five years, the ALICE collaboration has been presenting its industrial partners with awards for meeting demanding or unusual requirements, for excellence in design or execution, for delivery on-time and on-budget and for outstanding cooperation. This year, on 9 March, ALICE presented awards to two companies for their exceptional performance. From left to right: Kees Oskamp (ALICE SSD), Arie de Haas (ALICE SSD), Gert-Jan Nooren (ALICE SSD), Shon Shmuel (FIBERNET), Yehuda Mor-Yosef (FIBERNET), Hans Boggild (ALICE), Jurgen Schukraft (ALICE Spokesperson), Catherine Decosse (ALICE) and Jean-Robert Lutz (ALICE SSD). FIBERNET Ltd., based in Yokneam, Israel, was rewarded for the excellent and timely assembly of the Silicon Strip Detector boards (SSD) of the Inner Tracking System with cable connections. Special low-mass cables, ...

  10. Soigner à l’hôpital : histoire de la profession d’infirmière au Portugal (1886-1955

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    2011-07-01

    Full Text Available Composition du juryMadame Catherine Rollet (Pré-rapportrice, Université de Versailles-Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines,Madame Isabel Dos Guimarães Sá (Pré-rapportrice, Universidade do Minho,Monsieur Jean-Pierre Goubert (directeur de thèse, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris,Madame Margarida Durães (co-directrice de thèse, Universidade do MinhoThèse soutenue le 10 décembre 2010Mention : Très honorable avec félicitations du juryRésuméLe but de ce travail est d’analyser le processu...

  11. Procedure for obtaining visas for Switzerland and France - Signature rights

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    In accordance with the Status Agreements with CERN, Switzerland and France facilitate the entry of members of the Organization’s personnel on to their territories. Where relevant, detailed procedures for obtaining visas apply.   Within the framework of those procedures, only the following individuals are authorised to initiate the Note verbale procedure as well as to sign the Official Invitation Letters and the Conventions d’accueil. Kirsti ASPOLA (EP – CMO) Maria BARROSO LOPEZ (IT – DI) Catherine BRANDT (DG – DI) Michelle CONNOR (TH – GS) Gaëlle DUPERRIER (EP – AGS) Patrick FASSNACHT (EP – ADO) Fernando FERNANDEZ SAVORGNANO (HR – TA) Nathalie GOURIOU (EP – AGS) Nathalie GRÜB (EP – AGS) Laurie HEMERY (BE – ASR) Cécile NOELS (ATS – DO) Tania PARDO (EP – AGS) Maria QUINTAS (HR – TA) Kate RICHARDSON (EP –  A...

  12. Procedure for obtaining visas for Switzerland and France - Signature rights

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    In accordance with the Status Agreements with CERN, Switzerland and France facilitate the entry of members of the Organization’s personnel on to their territories. Where relevant, detailed procedures for obtaining visas apply.   Within the framework of those procedures, only the following individuals are authorised to initiate the Note verbale procedure as well as to sign the Official Invitation Letters and the Conventions d’accueil. 1.     Kirsti ASPOLA (PH – CMO) 2.     Catherine BRANDT (DG – IR) 3.     Oliver BRÜNING (BE – HDO) 4.     Michelle CONNOR (PH – DI) 5.     Gaëlle DUPERRIER (PH – DI) 6.     Patrick FASSNACHT (PH – ADO) 7.     Fernando FERN...

  13. Procedure for obtaining visas for Switzerland and France - Signature rights

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    In accordance with the Status Agreements with CERN, Switzerland and France facilitate the entry of members of the Organization’s personnel onto their territories. Where relevant, detailed procedures for obtaining visas apply.   Within the framework of those procedures, only the following individuals are authorised to initiate the note verbale procedure as well as to sign the Official Invitation Letters and the Conventions d’accueil. 1. Kirsti ASPOLA (PH – CMO) 2. Catherine BRANDT (DG – IR) 3. Oliver BRÜNING (BE – ABP) 4. Michelle CONNOR (PH – AGS) 5. Patrick FASSNACHT (PH – ADO) 6. Fernando FERNANDEZ SAVORGNANO (HR – TA) 7. David FOSTER (IT – DI) 8. Nathalie GRÜB (PH – AGS) 9. Cécile NOELS (DG – DI) 10. Maria QUINTAS (HR – TA) 11. Kate RICHARDSON (PH –  AGS) 12. Jeanne ROSTANT (PH – AGS) 13. José SALICIO-DIEZ (...

  14. Procedure for obtaining visas for Switzerland and France - Signature rights

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    In accordance with the Status Agreements with CERN, Switzerland and France facilitate the entry of members of the Organization’s personnel on to their territories. Where relevant, detailed procedures for obtaining visas apply.   Within the framework of those procedures, only the following individuals are authorised to initiate the Note verbale procedure as well as to sign the Official Invitation Letters and the Conventions d’accueil. Kirsti ASPOLA (EP – CMO) Maite BARROSO LOPEZ (IT – DI) Catherine BRANDT (DG – DI) Michelle CONNOR (TH – GS) Gaëlle DUPERRIER (EP – AGS) Patrick FASSNACHT (EP – ADO) Fernando FERNANDEZ SAVORGNANO (HR – TA) Nathalie GRÜB (EP – AGS) Laurie HEMERY (BE – ASR) Cécile NOELS (ATS – DO) Tania PARDO (EP – AGS) Maria QUINTAS (HR – TA) Kate RICHARDSON (EP –  AGS) Jeanne ROSTANT (TH – GS)...

  15. Geneva 24 hours swim

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    The 18th edition of the Geneva 24 hours swim competition will take place at the Vernets Swimming Pool on the 4th and 5th of October. More information and the results of previous years are given at: http://www.carouge-natation.com/24_heures/home_24_heures.htm Last year, CERN obtained first position in the inter-company category with a total of 152.3 kms swam by 45 participants. We are counting on your support to repeat this excellent performance this year. For those who would like to train, the Livron swimming pool in Meyrin is open as from Monday the 8th September. For further information please do not hesitate to contact us. Gino de Bilio and Catherine Delamare

  16. Geneva 24 Hours Swim

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    The 18th edition of the Geneva 24 hours swim competition will take place at the Vernets Swimming Pool on the 4th and 5th of October. More information and the results of previous years are given at: http://www.carouge-natation.com/24_heures/home_24_heures.htm Last year, CERN obtained first position in the inter-company category with a total of 152.3 kms swam by 45 participants. We are counting on your support to repeat this excellent performance this year. For those who would like to train, the Livron swimming pool in Meyrin is open as from Monday the 8th September. For further information please do not hesitate to contact us. Gino de Bilio and Catherine Delamare

  17. The spaces of the margin. History of Sexuality and LGBTIQ studies from an interdisciplinary perspective

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    Full Text Available The essay offers an overview of LGBTIQ studies, by analyzing several texts that have influenced the debate and research about the history of sexuality and LGBTIQ identities. The first part examines the forms of exchange and contamination between LGBTIQ and historical studies. The author argues that, since they emerged in the 1970s, LGBTIQ studies have aimed at challenging the specific forms of discrimination carried out against gays and lesbians, by highlighting the historical and social construction of sexuality and sexual identities. The essay focuses in particular on the importance of works by Michel Foucault, Adrienne Rich, Monique Wittig, Judith Butler, Teresa de Lauretis and American “women of color,” and their influence on historical research. The second part of the essay examines the photographs taken by several artists whose work focuses on sexual identities, such as Claude Cahun, Nan Goldin, Catherine Opie and Del LaGrace Volcano.

  18. Between history and gossip: the state of women relative to syphilis, a traditionally male disease.

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    Rovesti, M; Satolli, F; Zucchi, A; Gandolfi, M; Fioranelli, M; Roccia, M G; Boccalari, M; França, K; Lotti, J; Zerbinati, N; Lotti, T; Feliciani, C

    Despite the new World Health Organization data remind us how syphilis is a disease which affects both sexes equally, this pathology has always been mainly considered a male disease. While several famous men are known to be affected by syphilis, there are very few women affected by this pathology of which we have historical records. Through the lives of Mary Todd Lincoln, Catherine of Aragon, Karen Blixen and Florence Foster Jenkins, this article would like to grant dignity to all the women who contracted syphilis in the wrong historical era where, for a woman, admitting to contracting it was shameful. Through the important women who lived their lives fighting against this disease and its complications, we would like to pay tribute to all those women who still today, in an era of antibiotics and where syphilis is a treatable pathology, they cannot be cured because they are both geographically and socially disadvantaged.

  19. COMPOSITION OF THE JOINT ADVISORY APPEALS BOARD

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    2004 Exercise Appointed by the Director-GeneralAppointed by the Staff Association Members Lars Leistam / TS Irene Seis / IT 1st deputies Christian Fabjan / PH Jean-François Michaud / TS 2nd deputies Mats Møller / IT Gérard Antoinet / SC Dr Leistam and Mrs Seis have drawn up the following list of staff members from among whom the Chairperson of the Board may be chosen when required : Etienne Carlier / AB Ignacio Reguero / IT Philippe Charpentier / PH Alasdair smith / PH Paula Carvalho Correia / FI Pierre Strubin / AT Hans De Groot / PH Emmanuel Tsesmelis / AT Catherine Delamare / IT Elena Wildner / AT Mediators [see Administrative Circular N° 6 (Rev. 1) entitled "Review procedure"] will also be selected from this list of ten staff members.

  20. THE INFLUENCE OF SOCIAL STATUS AND SOLIDARITY TO THE QUANTITY OF UTTERANCES IN JANE AUSTEN’S NOVELS

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    2018-03-01

    Fokus penelitian pada ujaran yang disampaikan oleh tokoh utama perempuan dalam enam novel Jane Austen. Penelitian bertujuan menelaah pengaruh status sosial dan solidaritas pada kuantitas ujaran. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan 1,738 dengan rincian 266 ujaran Elinor Dashwood, 368 ujaran Elizabeth Bennet, 194 ujaran Fanny Price, 473 ujaran Emma Woodhouse, 113 ujaran Anne Elliot, and 324 ujaran Catherine Morland. Berdasarkan peringkat, status sosial tinggi Emma Woodhouse menghasilkan jumlah ujaran paling banyak, dibandingkan dengan lima tokoh lainnya, namun Fanny Price dengan status sosial paling bawah berada di peringkat kelima dari enam tokoh yang ditelaah. Telaah keakraban menunjukkan 66,7% jumlah ujaran dengan skala solidaritas tinggi, dan 33,3% ujaran dengan skala solidaritas rendah. Berdasarkan hasil analisa, dapat disimpulkan bahwa penentu kuantitas ujaran bukan hanya ditentukan oleh status sosial dan solidaritas karakter, tapi juga ditentukan oleh ketertarikan dan rasa penasaran. Kata kunci: Status Sosial, Skala Solidaritas, Ujaran, Jane Austen.

  1. Hagiographical and iconic-narrative frescoes in the church of San Lorenzo at Pistoia

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    Full Text Available In the almost ruined Augustinian church of San Lorenzo in Pistoia many frescoes are preserved, although in a poor state of conservation. Many of them are arranged in little narrative scenes set around a central standing saint, which is the main character of the hagiographical cycle, as in Vita-Icon panels. This is a common type of decoration in Tuscany during the 14th and 15th centuries, but the frescoes in San Lorenzo show some peculiarities in the disposition of the scenes and in the themes of the representation: for instance the mural painting with Mary and Eve’s stories, or the one dedicated to Saint Catherine, or the gigantic Saint Christopher.

  2. Investigations into the Early Life History of Naturally Produced Spring Chinook Salmon in the Grande Ronde River Basin : Fish Research Project Oregon : Annual Progress Report Project Period 1 September 1998 to 31 August 1999.

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    2000-01-01

    We determined migration timing and abundance of juvenile spring chinook salmon from three populations in the Grande Ronde River basin. We estimated 13,180 juvenile chinook salmon left upper rearing areas of the Grande Ronde River from July 1998 to June 1999; approximately 0.2% of the migrants left in summer, 18% in fall and 82% in spring. We estimated 15,949 juvenile chinook salmon left upper rearing areas of Catherine Creek from July 1998 to June 1999; approximately 0.2% of the migrants left in summer, 57% in fall, 2% in winter, and 41% in spring. We estimated 14,537 juvenile chinook salmon left the Grande Ronde Valley, located below the upper rearing areas in Catherine Creek and the Grande Ronde River, from October 1998 to June 1999; approximately 99% of the migrants left in spring. We estimated 31,113 juvenile chinook salmon left upper rearing areas of the Lostine River from July 1998 to June 1999; approximately 4% of the migrants left in summer, 57% in fall, 3% in winter, and 36% in spring. We estimated 42,705 juvenile spring chinook salmon left the Wallowa Valley, located below the mouth of the Lostine River, from August 1998 to June 1999; approximately 46% of the migrants left in fall, 6% in winter, and 47% in spring. Juvenile chinook salmon PIT-tagged on the upper Grande Ronde River were detected at Lower Granite Dam from 31 March to 20 June 1999, with a median passage date of 5 May. PIT-tagged salmon from Catherine Creek were detected at Lower Granite Dam from 19 April to 9 July 1999, with a median passage date of 24 May. PIT-tagged salmon from the Lostine River were detected at Lower Granite Dam from 31 March through 8 July 1999, with a median passage date of 4 May. Juveniles tagged as they left the upper rearing areas of the Grande Ronde River in fall and that overwintered in areas downstream were detected in the hydrosystem at a higher rate than fish tagged during winter in the upper rearing areas, indicating a higher overwinter survival in the

  3. Marvels & Tales, Journal of Fairy-Tale Studies

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    2007-01-01

    Numéro spécial en l’honneur de Jacques Barchilon Articles Ann E. Dugan : « Une interview de Jacques Barchilon : du soldat de la France-libre au pionnier du conte de fées ».Jack Zipes : « La signification du conte de fées à travers l’évolution de la culture ».Lewis C. Seifert : « L’hybridité animal-humain dans “Babiole” et “Le Prince Marcassin” de Mme d’Aulnoy ».Philippe Hourcade : « Merveilles et contes chez le duc de Saint-Simon ».Catherine Vellay-Vallantin : « Le roi Herla au pays de Galles...

  4. NATATION - French version only

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    Soyez nombreux à venir à la 17ème édition de GENÈVE NAGE 24 HEURES Du samedi 5 octobre, 14 heures au dimanche 6 octobre, 14 heures à la piscine des Vernets Chaque participant peut nager la longueur qu'il souhaite. Un classement d'entreprise est possible en vous inscrivant dans la catégorie « entreprise » sous le nom « CERN ». L'année dernière, le CERN avait obtenu la seconde place. Moyennant une plus grande participation, le CERN pourrait décrocher la première place cette année. Inscription gratuite à l'entrée de la piscine. Pour plus d'informations : Gino De Bilio, tél 7362 - Albin Wasem, tél 75865 - Catherine Delamare, tél 76085

  5. The birth of Russian intelligentsia from the spirit of enlightenment: Alexander Radishchev (I

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    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available This text is the first part of a larger study about Alexander Radishchev, one of the leading representatives of Enlightenment in Russia's XVIII Century. Analyzing Voltaire's and Diderot's relationship with Catherine II, the Empress of Russia, in the Introduction of this article, the author formulates the reasons for thematization of Russian reception of Enlightenment. Since Radishchev is considered as 'the father of Russian intelligentsia', different approaches to the meaning of the concept of 'Russian intelligentsia' are considered in the first chapter. Radishchev's biography is interpreted in the second chapter in order to facilitate the understanding of his ideas. Interpretation of his ideas, as well as of Catherina's 'enlightened absolutism', will be subject to further consideration in the second part of the study.

  6. Just what is it that makes identification-portrait hypotheses so appealing? On why Hans Süss von Kulmbach “must” have portrayed John Boner

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    2017-12-01

    Full Text Available The alleged apprentice of Albrecht Dürer, Hans Süss von Kulmbach (d. 1522, ‘must’ have painted at least one crypto-portrait of the Krakow banker John Boner (d. 1523, who went down in history as ‘the Polish Jacob Fugger.’ Such a conviction has seemingly inspired art-history scholarship devoted to Kulmbach and his relations to Poland. What varies is the selection of figures in his religious pictures claimed to represent Boner. This paper aims to examine two best argued theories, which concern two panel paintings preserved in the collection of St Mary’s Basilica in Krakow: Disputation of St Catherine of Alexandria with heathen philosophers, 1514-15, and Self-burial of St John the Evangelist, 1516. The suspect images will be analysed in terms of the enduring ‘premodern’ concept of recognizability, with focus on such aspects as mimesis versus schematism, heraldry and costume.

  7. Election of the new Executive Committee: Combining continuity and renewal

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    In agreement with the Staff Association’s Statutes the new Staff Council elected on Tuesday, 8 December, a new President and his Executive Committee for a two-year mandate 2016–2017. Alessandro Raimondo, the only candidate for president, presented a list of delegates for an Executive Committee, which combines continuity and renewal. These are important assets to start working in early 2016 on the implementation of the decisions of the 2015 Five-Yearly Review, especially in the field of the career structure. Alessandro RAIMONDO GS President / Président Céline GROBON PH Vice-president / Vice-président Catherine LAVERRIÈRE DGS Vice-president / Vice-président Juan GARCIA PEREZ TE Treasurer / Trésorier Ghislain ROY BE Secretary / Secrétaire Sandrine BAUDAT FP Member / Membre Oliver BOETTCHER EN Member / Membre Rachel BRAY GS Member / Membre Nicolas DELRUELLE TE Member / Membre Gianni DEROMA GS Mem...

  8. What next for astronomy?

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    2009-12-01

    "Astronomy is in the midst of a golden age," wrote Catherine Cesarsky, my predecessor as president of the International Astronomical Union (IAU), earlier this year in Physics World (March pp22-24). I believe that is certainly true and it is an opportunity that we must take full advantage of. Astronomy is one of the great ways to bring science to the public - the images of the universe obtained using the Hubble Space Telescope, for example, are full of beauty. Astronomy is all about us. Indeed, the Earth and the life on it have developed from the cosmos, and the sky is the one laboratory that all humanity shares equally and that is accessible to all. There is little about the subject that appeals to fear - except, perhaps, the occasional killer asteroid. So what better science to inspire and educate people that what we do not know is definitely worth knowing?

  9. Psoriasis and comorbidities: links and risks

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    2014-04-01

    Full Text Available Catherine Ni, Melvin W Chiu Division of Dermatology, Department of Medicine, David Geffen School of Medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles, CA, USA Abstract: Psoriasis is a chronic inflammatory skin disease affecting approximately 2% of the population worldwide. In the past decade, many studies have drawn attention to comorbid conditions in psoriasis. This literature review examines the epidemiological evidence, pathophysiological commonalities, and therapeutic implications for different comorbidities of psoriasis. Cardiovascular disease, obesity, diabetes, hypertension, dyslipidemia, metabolic syndrome, nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, cancer, anxiety and depression, and inflammatory bowel disease have been found at a higher prevalence in psoriasis patients compared to the general population. Because of the wide range of comorbid conditions associated with psoriasis, comprehensive screening and treatment must be implemented to most effectively manage psoriasis patients. Keywords: cardiovascular, metabolic syndrome

  10. Immunological and genetic aspects of asthma and allergy

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    2010-08-01

    Full Text Available Anne-Marie Madore, Catherine LapriseUniversité du Québec à Chicoutimi, Département des sciences fondamentales, Saguenay, CanadaAbstract: Prevalence of allergy and allergic asthma are increasing worldwide. More than half of the US population has a positive skin prick test and approximately 10% are asthmatics. Many studies have been conducted to define immunological pathways underlying allergy and asthma development and to identify the main genetic determinants. In the effort to find missing pieces of the puzzle, new genomic approaches and more standardized ones, such as the candidate gene approach, have been used collectively. This article proposes an overview of the actual knowledge about immunological and genetic aspects of allergy and asthma. Special attention has been drawn to the challenges linked to genetic research in complex traits such as asthma and to the contribution of new genomic approaches.Keywords: immune response, allergy, asthma, genetics, genomics

  11. Competencies - a roadmap for CERN Staff

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    Back in November, the new CERN Competency Model (CCM), a framework defining the competencies that “ drive performance and lead to excellence”, was introduced by Anne-Sylvie Catherin, Head of the Human Resources (HR) Department, in a special edition of the "Spotlight on CERN" interviews.   What are competencies? Competencies are the characteristics that allow you to do the job you have been assigned. In more precise terms, competencies may be described as the knowledge, skills and types of behaviour that individuals demonstrate in carrying out a given task. Listing all the competencies that make CERN work is an impossible task but one can identify the two main types: technical and behavioural. Both are needed to work effectively in this Organization. While technical competencies are simply the domains of expertise that CERN needs – examples include physics, mechanical engineering and information technology – behavioural competencies are th...

  12. 20. ATSR congress - Book of abstracts

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    This document brings together the abstracts of all presentations given at the 20. congress of the French association for radiation protection techniques and sciences (ATSR). Content: - Use of radioactive sources: 1 - Role of the inter-ministry Commission of artificial radioelements (CIREA) in the medical, research and industry domains (Denis-Philippe Fages, CIREA Fontenay-aux-Roses); 2 - Radiation protection and ionic smoke detectors (Catherine Bougie, labour inspection DDTE, Montigny-Le-Bretonneux); 3 - radioactive wastes and effluents management in hospitals (Vincent Carlier, ANDRA Chatenay-Malabry); - Nuclear law and its applications: 4 - environmental effects on public health and why the environment health safety system needs to be reformed (Andre Aschieri, House of Commons); 5 - Radiation sources safety and radioactive materials security: IAEA's action plan (Robert Ouvrard, IAEA, Austria); - Radon risk: 6 - Radon risk epidemiology in France (Margot Tirmarche, Helene Baysson, Dominique Laurier, IPSN - Fontenay-aux-Roses); 7 - Radon risk: polonium effects (Jacques Pradel, Gr.COM/AEPN, Paris); 8 Training of civil engineering and public work professionals with regards to radon and its decay products (Marc Ammerich, CEA Saclay, F. Gauffre, Montpellier 2 Univ., M-C. Robe, IPSN); - Radioactive wastes: 9 - Radio-elements transmutation, status and perspectives (Thomas Kirchner - Ecole des Mines Nantes); 10 - Management of low-level radioactive wastes generated by accelerators (Manfred Hoefert, Doris Forkel-Wirth, Claude Lamberet, CERN Switzerland); 11 - Summary of the French legislation about wastes (Christian Bataille, House of Commons); - Impact on the public: 12 - Use of radionuclides in environmental studies (Xavier Vitart - CEA/DAMRI/SAR); 13 - Energy and environment (Jacques Frot - GR.COM/AEPN); - Impacts on public and on the environment: 14 - Low dose effects (Roland Masse, Academy of Sciences); 15 - The stakes of radioactivity measurements (Jean Charles Abbe

  13. From Realist to “Avant-garde”: Henry James in France

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    Full Text Available “Je crois que l’apparence des choses est toujours trompeuse mais qu’à la longue cette tromperie de l’apparence devient l’équivalent de leur vérité, leur vérité même, et que sans doute il n’y a que ce faux-semblant qui au jour le jour puisse supporter d’être vécu.”Catherine Bertram, in La Bête dans la jungle by Marguerite Duras, states from the beginning of the play the essential truth which John Marcher only understands after her death: that appearances are deceptive, but that this deception ...

  14. STS-93 Commander Collins suits up for launch

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    During the third launch preparations in the Operations and Checkout Building, STS-93 Commander Eileen M. Collins waves while having her launch and entry suit checked. After Space Shuttle Columbia's July 20 and 22 launch attempts were scrubbed, the launch was again rescheduled for Friday, July 23, at 12:24 a.m. EDT. STS-93 is a five-day mission primarily to release the Chandra X-ray Observatory, which will allow scientists from around the world to study some of the most distant, powerful and dynamic objects in the universe. The STS-93 crew numbers five: Commander Collins, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby, and Mission Specialists Stephen A. Hawley (Ph.D.), Catherine G. Coleman (Ph.D.) and Michel Tognini of France, with the Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales (CNES). Collins is the first woman to serve as commander of a shuttle mission.

  15. STS-93 Commander Eileen Collins waves to her family

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    STS-93 Commander Eileen M. Collins waves to her family nearby, a last meeting before launch of mission STS-93 on July 20. Liftoff is scheduled for 12:36 a.m. EDT. The primary mission of STS-93 is the release of the Chandra X-ray Observatory, which will allow scientists from around the world to study some of the most distant, powerful and dynamic objects in the universe. The new telescope is 20 to 50 times more sensitive than any previous X- ray telescope and is expected to unlock the secrets of supernovae, quasars and black holes. The STS-93 crew numbers five: Commander Collins, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby, and Mission Specialists Steven A. Hawley (Ph.D.), Catherine G. Coleman (Ph.D.) and Michel Tognini of France, with the Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales (CNES). Collins is the first woman to serve as commander of a shuttle mission.

  16. STS-93 Mission Specialist Cady Coleman suits up for launch

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    For the third time, during final launch preparations in the Operations and Checkout Building, STS-93 Mission Specialist Catherine G. Coleman (Ph.D.) dons her launch and entry suit. After Space Shuttle Columbia's July 20 and 22 launch attempts were scrubbed, the launch was again rescheduled for Friday, July 23, at 12:24 a.m. EDT. STS-93 is a five-day mission primarily to release the Chandra X-ray Observatory, which will allow scientists from around the world to study some of the most distant, powerful and dynamic objects in the universe. The STS-93 crew numbers five: Commander Eileen M. Collins, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby, and Mission Specialists Stephen A. Hawley (Ph.D.), Coleman, and Michel Tognini of France, with the Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales (CNES). Collins is the first woman to serve as commander of a shuttle mission.

  17. STS-93 M.S. Michel Tognini suits up before launch

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    For the third time, in the Operations and Checkout Building, STS- 93 Mission Specialist Michel Tognini of France, who represents the Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales (CNES), waves after donning his launch and entry suit during final launch preparations. After Space Shuttle Columbia's July 20 and 22 launch attempts were scrubbed, the launch was again rescheduled for Friday, July 23, at 12:24 a.m. EDT. STS-93 is a five-day mission primarily to release the Chandra X-ray Observatory, which will allow scientists from around the world to study some of the most distant, powerful and dynamic objects in the universe. The STS-93 crew numbers five: Commander Eileen M. Collins, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby, and Mission Specialists Stephen A. Hawley (Ph.D.), Catherine G. Coleman (Ph.D.) and Tognini. Collins is the first woman to serve as commander of a shuttle mission.

  18. Liftoff of Space Shuttle Columbia on mission STS-93

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    The fiery launch of Space Shuttle Columbia lights up the night sky on its successful liftoff from Launch Pad 39-B on mission STS-93. Liftoff occurred at 12:31 a.m. EDT. STS-93 is a five-day mission primarily to release the Chandra X-ray Observatory, which will allow scientists from around the world to study some of the most distant, powerful and dynamic objects in the universe. The crew numbers five: Commander Eileen M. Collins, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby, and Mission Specialists Stephen A. Hawley (Ph.D.), Catherine G. Coleman (Ph.D.) and Michel Tognini of France, with the Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales (CNES). Collins is the first woman to serve as commander of a Shuttle mission. The target landing date is July 27, 1999, at 11:20 p.m. EDT.

  19. STS-93 Commander Eileen Collins suits up for launch

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    For the third time, in the Operations and Checkout Building, STS- 93 Commander Eileen M. Collins tries on her helmet with her launch and entry suit. After Space Shuttle Columbia's July 20 and 22 launch attempts were scrubbed, the launch was again rescheduled for Friday, July 23, at 12:24 a.m. EDT. STS-93 is a five-day mission primarily to release the Chandra X-ray Observatory, which will allow scientists from around the world to study some of the most distant, powerful and dynamic objects in the universe. The STS-93 crew numbers five: Commander Collins, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby, and Mission Specialists Stephen A. Hawley (Ph.D.), Catherine G. Coleman (Ph.D.) and Michel Tognini of France, with the Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales (CNES). Collins is the first woman to serve as commander of a shuttle mission.

  20. STS-93 Mission Specialist Hawley suits up for launch

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    For the third time, during final launch preparations in the Operations and Checkout Building, STS-93 Mission Specialist Steven A. Hawley (Ph.D.) waves after donning his launch and entry suit. After Space Shuttle Columbia's July 20 and 22 launch attempts were scrubbed, the launch was again rescheduled for Friday, July 23, at 12:24 a.m. EDT. STS-93 is a five-day mission primarily to release the Chandra X-ray Observatory, which will allow scientists from around the world to study some of the most distant, powerful and dynamic objects in the universe. The STS-93 crew numbers five: Commander Eileen M. Collins, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby, and Mission Specialists Hawley, Catherine G. Coleman (Ph.D.) and Michel Tognini of France, with the Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales (CNES). Collins is the first woman to serve as commander of a shuttle mission.

  1. STS-93 Pilot Ashby suits up for launch

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    1999-01-01

    In the Operations and Checkout Building during final launch preparations for the third time, STS-93 Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby pulls on his glove, part of his launch and entry suit. After Space Shuttle Columbia's July 20 and 22 launch attempts were scrubbed, the launch was again rescheduled for Friday, July 23, at 12:24 a.m. EDT. STS-93 is a five-day mission primarily to release the Chandra X-ray Observatory, which will allow scientists from around the world to study some of the most distant, powerful and dynamic objects in the universe. The STS-93 crew numbers five: Commander Eileen Collins, Ashby, and Mission Specialists Stephen A. Hawley (Ph.D.), Catherine G. Coleman (Ph.D.) and Michel Tognini of France, with the Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales (CNES). Collins is the first woman to serve as commander of a shuttle mission.

  2. Grande Ronde Endemic Spring Chinook Salmon Supplementation Program: Monitoring and Evaluation, 2002 Annual Report.

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    Boe, Stephen J.; Weldert, Rey F.; Crump, Carrie A. (Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, Department of Natural Resources, Pendleton, OR)

    2003-03-01

    This is the fifth annual report of a multi-year project to operate adult collection and juvenile acclimation facilities on Catherine Creek and the upper Grande Ronde River for Snake River spring chinook salmon. These two streams have historically supported populations that provided significant tribal and non-tribal fisheries. Conventional and captive broodstock supplementation techniques are being used to restore spring chinook salmon fisheries in these streams. Statement of Work Objectives for 2002: (1) Plan for, administer, coordinate and assist comanagers in GRESCP M&E activities. (2) Evaluate performance of supplemented juvenile spring chinook salmon. (3) Evaluate life history differences between wild and hatchery-origin (F{sub 1}) adult spring chinook salmon. (4) Describe life history characteristics and genetics of adult summer steelhead collected at weirs.

  3. Procedure for obtaining visas for Switzerland and France - signature rights

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    In accordance with the Status Agreements with CERN, Switzerland and France facilitate the entry of members of the Organization’s personnel on to their territories. Where relevant, detailed procedures for obtaining visas apply. Within the framework of those procedures, only the following individuals are authorised to initiate the note verbale procedure as well as to sign the Official Invitation Letters and the Protocoles d’accueil. Kirsti ASPOLA Oliver BRÜNING Inger CARRIERO Michelle CONNOR Lyndon EVANS Nathalie GRUB David JACOBS Tadeusz KURTYKA Jean-Pol MATHEYS Catherine NEDERMAN Chris ONIONS Connie POTTER Jeanne ROSTANT Ulla TIHINEN Emmanuel TSESMELIS Rüdiger VOSS The French and Swiss Authorities will reject any request signed by a person who is not on this list. We would like to remind you that in accordance with the memorandum of 7 December 2000 issued by the Director of the Administration, (ref. DG/DA/00-119), "the Organization shall not request any legitimisat...

  4. Actes de la conférence " Aux frontières de l'urbain. Petites villes du monde : émergence, croissance, rôle économique et social, intégration territoriale, gouvernance "
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    Moriconi Ebrard, François; Chatel, Catherine; Bordagi, Julien

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    Sous la Direction de François Moriconi-Ebrard, Catherine Chatel et Julien Bordagi Éditeur : UMR ESPACE - Avignon, Case 19, 74 rue Louis Pasteur, 84029 Avignon Cedex Collection : Actes Avignon - ISBN : 978‐2‐9105‐4509‐1; Publication collective. La conférence internationale " Aux frontières de l'urbain " s'est déroulée à l'Université d'Avignon et des Pays de Vaucluse du 22 au 24 janvier 2014. Elle a été organisée à l'initiative d'un groupe de chercheurs de l'UMR 7300 ESPACE spécialistes de la v...

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

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

  6. Public meeting

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    Dear Colleagues, I am pleased to invite you to a public meeting which will be held on Thursday 11 November 2010 at 2:30 p.m., in the Main Auditorium (welcome coffee from 2 p.m.) In this meeting Sigurd Lettow, Director for Administration and General Infrastructure will present the Management’s proposals towards restoring full funding of the Pension Fund. The meeting will follow discussions which took place with the Staff Association, at the Standing Concertation Committee (CCP) of 1 November 2010 and will be held with the Members States, at the Tripartite Employment Conditions Forum (TREF) of 4 November 2010. You will be able to attend this presentation in the Main Auditorium or via the webcast. The Management will also be available to reply to your questions on this subject. Best regards, Anne-Sylvie Catherin

  7. New series of ORACLE tutorials, March-June 2006

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    2006-01-01

    The IT DES Oracle Support team is pleased to announce the new series of Oracle tutorials with the proposed schedule: Thursday 30 March - Design - Arash Khodabandeh Thursday 20 April - SQL I - Eva Dafonte Perez Thursday 27 April - SQL II - Lucia Moreno Lopez Thursday 4 May - Architecture - Montse Collados Thursday 11 May - Tuning - Michal Kwiatek Thursday 1 June - PL/SQL I - Eva Dafonte Perez Thursday 8 June - PL/SQL II - Nilo Segura Thursday 15 June - Oracle Tools and Bindings with languages - Eric Grancher, Nilo Segura These tutorials will take place in the IT Auditorium (bldg. 31/3-004) starting at 10:00. The average duration will be 1 hour plus time for questions. There is no need to register in advance. You can access the previous 2002-2003 sessions at http://it-des.web.cern.ch/IT-DES/DIS/oracle/tutorials.html If you need more information, please contact Catherine.Delamare@cern.ch

  8. New series of ORACLE tutorials, March-June 2006

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    2006-01-01

    The IT DES Oracle Support team is pleased to announce the new series of Oracle tutorials with the proposed schedule: Thursday 20 April - SQL I - Eva Dafonte Perez Thursday 27 April - SQL II - Lucia Moreno Lopez Thursday 4 May - Architecture - Montse Collados Thursday 11 May - Tuning - Michal Kwiatek Thursday 1 June - PL/SQL I - Eva Dafonte Perez Thursday 8 June - PL/SQL II - Nilo Segura Thursday 15 June - Oracle Tools and Bindings with languages - Eric Grancher, Nilo Segura These tutorials will take place in the IT Auditorium (bldg. 31/3-004) starting at 10:00. The average duration will be 1 hour plus time for questions. There is no need to register in advance. You can access the previous 2002-2003 sessions at http://it-des.web.cern.ch/IT-DES/DIS/oracle/tutorials.html If you need more information, please contact Catherine.Delamare@cern.ch

  9. Molecular helpers wanted... Call for volunteers!

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    2008-01-01

    The Task Force in charge of the organization of the LHC Inauguration is looking for 40 volunteers to support the team of molecular cooks directed by international chef Ettore Bocchia. The "molecular" volunteers will help in the preparation of liquid nitrogen ice-cream. Your help is requested from 12h to 18h on October 21st. Your participation in a general rehearsal on October 20th is also required - (the time of the rehearsal will be communicated at a later moment). Dress code: black pants and shoes, long sleeved white shirt. Do not miss this opportunity to take part in an extraordinary event! For further information and to enrol, contact: mailto:Catherine.Brandt@cern.ch

  10. George Mikenberg honoured by the Sharing Knowledge Foundation

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    The Sharing Knowledge Foundation Prize was presented to the ATLAS physicist at a ceremony on 18 March.   ATLAS physicist George Mikenberg receives the Sharing Knowledge Foundation Prize. From left to right: Peter Jenni, former ATLAS Spokesperson, Rolf Heuer, former CERN Director-General, Frédérick Bordry, CERN Director for Accelerators and Technology, George Mikenberg, Patrick Fassnacht, CERN International Relations sector, Eliane Jacot-Des-Combes Mikenberg, Herwig Schopper, former CERN Director-General, Constantin Lanaras, treasurer of the Sharing Knowledge Foundation, Robert Klapisch, President of the Sharing Knowledge Foundation, Federico Saldana, logistical support, Catherine Cesarsky, Vice-President of the CERN Council, Eliezer Rabinovici, Vice-President of the CERN Council and of SESAME. (Image: Sophia Bennett/CERN) The Sharing Knowledge Foundation awarded its 2016 prize to George Mikenberg, a member of the LHC's ATLAS experiment who has been...

  11. ALICE honours two Italian suppliers

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    2006-01-01

    During the ALICE week held in Bologna from 19 to 23 June, the Collaboration recognized two of its top suppliers. From left to right: Robert Terpin (MIPOT), Pier Luigi Bellutti (ITC), Andrea Zanotti, President of ITC, Luciano Bosisio (Trieste University), Gennady Zinovjev (Kiev), Catherine Decosse (CERN), Lodovico Riccati, ALICE Collaboration Board Chair (INFN Torino), Paolo Giubellino (INFN Torino), Mario Zen, Director of ITC, Maurizio Boscardin (ITC), Paolo Tonella (ITC), Jurgen Schukraft, ALICE Spokesperson (CERN), Giacomo Vito Margagliotti (Trieste University), Nevio Grion (INFN Trieste), Marco Bregant (INFN Trieste). Front row from left to right: Paolo Traverso (ITC), Federico Carminati, ALICE Computing Project Leader (CERN), and Jean-Robert Lutz, ITS-SSD Project leader (IPHC Strasbourg). It is in the picturesque city of Bologna that the ALICE Collaboration has rewarded two Italian suppliers, Istituto Trentino di Cultura ITC-irst (Trento) and MIPOT (Cormons), both involved in the construction of the Sili...

  12. Regional and Special Issues in Social Policy & Administration

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    Finer, Catherine Jones; Greve, Bent

    2016-01-01

    This article explores the emergence and elaboration of regional and special issues of Social Policy & Administration (SP&A) from the contrasting perspectives of the two editors principally involved in their production as a distinctive feature of the journal. Catherine Jones Finer, who retired from......-to-date range of documents to trace trends and developments over time, not merely in the content of the regional and special issues themselves, but in the increasingly international and supra-national social policy environment to which they relate....... editorial involvement in2007, writes from memory of her own experience (which featured the introduction of regional then special issues as an ongoing series) drawing on the run of printed copies of SP&A still in her possession. Bent Greve then draws on his own access to a much wider and more up...

  13. La catégorie de genre à l’épreuve des générations

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    Deschamps, Catherine; Selim, Monique

    2015-01-01

    Cet échange entre Catherine Deschamps et Monique Selim animé par Annie Benveniste offre à la réflexion une confrontation entre deux générations de femmes autour de la catégorie de genre. Passée dans le langage courant banalisé et normalisé, la notion de genre – qui a acquis sa légitimité scientifique – est ici interrogée au plan idéologique, politique, épistémologique. Ses effets de production de réalité et de consentement aux dominations multiples sont d’autre part soulignés. This exchang...

  14. Investigations into the early life history of naturally produced spring chinook salmon in the Grande Ronde River Basin: annual progress report project period 1 September 1998 to 31 August 1999; ANNUAL

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    Jonasson, Brian C.

    2000-01-01

    We determined migration timing and abundance of juvenile spring chinook salmon from three populations in the Grande Ronde River basin. We estimated 13,180 juvenile chinook salmon left upper rearing areas of the Grande Ronde River from July 1998 to June 1999; approximately 0.2% of the migrants left in summer, 18% in fall and 82% in spring. We estimated 15,949 juvenile chinook salmon left upper rearing areas of Catherine Creek from July 1998 to June 1999; approximately 0.2% of the migrants left in summer, 57% in fall, 2% in winter, and 41% in spring. We estimated 14,537 juvenile chinook salmon left the Grande Ronde Valley, located below the upper rearing areas in Catherine Creek and the Grande Ronde River, from October 1998 to June 1999; approximately 99% of the migrants left in spring. We estimated 31,113 juvenile chinook salmon left upper rearing areas of the Lostine River from July 1998 to June 1999; approximately 4% of the migrants left in summer, 57% in fall, 3% in winter, and 36% in spring. We estimated 42,705 juvenile spring chinook salmon left the Wallowa Valley, located below the mouth of the Lostine River, from August 1998 to June 1999; approximately 46% of the migrants left in fall, 6% in winter, and 47% in spring. Juvenile chinook salmon PIT-tagged on the upper Grande Ronde River were detected at Lower Granite Dam from 31 March to 20 June 1999, with a median passage date of 5 May. PIT-tagged salmon from Catherine Creek were detected at Lower Granite Dam from 19 April to 9 July 1999, with a median passage date of 24 May. PIT-tagged salmon from the Lostine River were detected at Lower Granite Dam from 31 March through 8 July 1999, with a median passage date of 4 May. Juveniles tagged as they left the upper rearing areas of the Grande Ronde River in fall and that overwintered in areas downstream were detected in the hydrosystem at a higher rate than fish tagged during winter in the upper rearing areas, indicating a higher overwinter survival in the

  15. Smolt migration characteristics and mainstem Snake and Columbia River detection rates of pit-tagged Grande Ronde and Imnaha River naturally produced spring chinook salmon. 1993, 1994 and 1995 annual reports

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    Walters, T.R.; Carmichael, R.W.; Keefe, M.L.; Sankovich, P.

    1997-01-01

    This reports on the second, third, and fourth years of a multi-year study to assess smolt migration characteristics and cumulative detection rates of naturally produced spring chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) from Northeast Oregon streams. The goal of this project is to develop an understanding of interpopulational and interannual variation in several early life history parameters of naturally produced spring and summer chinook salmon in the Grande Ronde and Imnaha River subbasins. This project will provide information to assist chinook salmon population recovery efforts. Specific populations included in the study are: (1) Catherine Creek; (2) Upper Grande Ronde River; (3) Lostine River; (4) Imnaha River; (5) Wenaha River; and (6) Minam River. In this document, the authors present findings and activities from research completed in 1993, 1994, and 1995

  16. [Ambroise Paré in French literature].

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    Dumaitre, P

    1995-01-01

    The 16th century by its passionate side has been the favourite one of authors of historical novels in which among the heroes of "cloak and dagger stories" appears sometime Ambroise Paré. Alexandre Dumas (the father) has shown him at the court of Charles IX in La Reine Margot (1845) where he does not however play a great role. On the contrary, Balzac in Le Martyr calviniste (1842) has given him a capital part close to the dying François II, whom he intended to trepanize but had to give up this idea as a consequence of the opposition of the queen-mother Catherine de Médicis. In the present century, Robert Merle in Paris ma bonne ville (Fortune de France, 3, 1980) shows Paré at the time of the Saint Barthélemy.

  17. Canadian company innovates dam repair

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    Anon.

    2000-01-01

    Successful repair without any downtime, of the Sabana Yegua power and irrigation structure in the western Dominican Republic by Aquatic Sciences Ltd., a St. Catherine, Ontario-based underwater specialist company, is discussed. The structure was damaged by Hurricane George last when when rising water levels damaged a major valve in the control gate chamber. The repair strategy designed by Aquatic Sciences used a remotely operated vehicle with a mechanical arm for minor tasks which placed a specially-made plug into the inlet pipe. The work was completed in one week, saving the utility company a great deal of money by making it possible to make the repairs remotely in the gate chamber without having to drain the tunnel, as would have been necessary had the repair been completed manually. The remotely operated vehicles use a scanning sonar as well as light to find their way. They are particularly well adapted to work underwater under low-visibility conditions

  18. La métaphore, une question de vie ou de mort ?

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    Landheer, Ronald

    2007-01-01

    1. Introduction : métaphore et ambiguïtéEst-ce qu’il y a une relation essentielle entre la métaphore et l’ambiguïté ? Voilà la principale question à laquelle nous tâcherons de donner une réponse dans ce travail. Et du même coup nous nous proposons de re­mettre en cause a) la définition à notre sens un peu trop restrictive de l’ambiguïté donnée par Catherine Fuchs (1996) et b) la pertinence de la distinction traditionnelle entre métaphore vive et métaphore morte. 1.1. L’ambiguïtéEssayons d’abo...

  19. IAEA Convenes Board Meeting on Iran

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    2014-01-01

    Full text: ''I welcome the recent announcement by the EU High Representative Catherine Ashton regarding the implementation of the Joint Plan of Action on the Iranian nuclear programme, which is to take effect as of 20 January. ''I have received a request from Iran and the E3/EU+3 that the Agency conducts monitoring and verification of nuclear-related measures in relation to the Joint Plan of Action. ''I have requested that a meeting of the Board of Governors be convened on 24 January, to consult with the Board regarding the request by Iran and the E3/EU+3 for the Agency to undertake monitoring and verification of nuclear-related measures in relation to the Joint Plan of Action.'' (IAEA)

  20. Opera as Social Showcase: Rituals of “Magic Mirrors” at the Margravial Opera House in Mid-Eighteenth-Century Bayreuth

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    Vlado Kotnik

    2016-04-01

    Full Text Available This article proposes a ritualistic approach to opera in the historical case of the mid-eighteenth-century Margravial Opera House in Bavarian Bayreuth to argue that court opera can be understood as a variety of social showcase. In this view, court opera is a specific form of communication through which opera established the various types of relationship between itself and the social worlds in which, and for which, it was created. By referring to the operatic rituals under the leadership and sponsorship of Wilhelmina of Bayreuth and her husband Frederick, it will be established how the Bayreuth’s ruling couple used opera for several social and political purposes. As both genre and institution, the margravial opera production is interpreted by the analytical models of anthropologists of ritual and theatre, like Victor Turner, Clifford Geertz, Maurice Bloch, Stanley Tambiah, Catherine Bell, employing their ritual theory, especially Turner’s concept of a “hall of magic mirrors”.

  1. From university research to commercial product (Conference Presentation)

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    Mathuis, Philip

    2016-03-01

    Ovizio Imaging Systems, a quantitative microscopic imaging spin-off of the Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium, was founded in the beginning of 2010 by Philip Mathuis, Serge Jooris, Prof. Frank Dubois and Dr. Catherine Yourassowky. The company has launched a range of specialized microscopy instruments for quantitative imaging mainly focused on the bioprocessing and diagnostics fields within the life sciences market. During my talk I will present the story of how an idea, emerged from the research labs of the University made it to a manufactured and sold product. The talk will look at many aspects of entrepreneurship and setting up a company, finding the funding for the project, attracting people, industrialization and product design and commercialization. It will also be focused on choices one has to make during the start-up phase and methodologies that can be applied in many different settings.

  2. Clothing as a symbol of charity and soul salvation in late Medieval Kotor (Cattaro

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    Živković Valentina

    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available Religious practices in late medieval Kotor included charitable acts of donating clothes to the poor as a form of imitatio Christi. The model of charity for the faithful to follow was set in the vitae of widely-favoured saints such as Sts Martin of Tours, Francis of Assisi and Catherine of Sienna, whose portraits were painted on the walls of Kotor’s church of St Anne in the second half of the fifteenth century. Evidence for the prac­tice and purpose of this particular form of charity is found in the surviving wills of the citizens of Kotor. Apart from giving clothes to the poor out of concern pro remedio animae, the motif of clothes features in the deceased’s testamentary instructions for burial in the habit of a mendicant order.

  3. Your opinion counts

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    2009-01-01

    The Human Resources Department will soon be launching an opinion poll for CERN staff members In his message to the CERN personnel, the new Director-General said "My New Year’s resolution involves managing CERN in a participative, democratic and inclusive manner". In the same spirit, the Human Resources (HR) Department plans to develop new channels of communication with CERN personnel. Dialogue is not always easy in an organization the size of CERN and, with this, its first survey, HR hopes to contribute towards it. In March this year, the HR Department will be sending an on-line questionnaire to all staff, giving you the opportunity to comment on your personal experiences of working life at CERN, your expectations and your commitment to the Organization. The initiative is the brainchild of the Head of the HR Department, Enrico Chiaveri, and the Deputy Department Head, Anne-Sylvie Catherin. A...

  4. The Ombudperson Initiative Group

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    Laura Stewart

    Following many discussions that took place at some of the ATLAS Women's Network lunch gatherings, a few ATLAS women joined forces with similarly concerned CERN staff women to form a small group last Fall to discuss the need for a CERN-wide Ombudsperson. This has since evolved into the Ombudsperson Initiative Group (OIG) currently composed of the following members: Barbro Asman, Stockholm University; Pierre Charrue, CERN AB; Anna Cook, CERN IT; Catherine Delamare, CERN and IT Ombudsperson; Paula Eerola, Lund University; Pauline Gagnon, Indiana University; Eugenia Hatziangeli, CERN AB; Doreen Klem, CERN IT; Bertrand Nicquevert, CERN TS and Laura Stewart, CERN AT. On June 12, members of the OIG met with representatives of Human Resources (HR) and the Equal Opportunity Advisory Panel (EOAP) to discuss the proposal drafted by the OIG. The meeting was very positive. Everybody agreed that the current procedures at CERN applicable in the event of conflict required a thorough review, and that a professionnally trai...

  5. オースティン作品の女友達:Northanger Abbey を中心に

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    ブラウン馬本, 鈴子

    2017-01-01

    フェミニズムでは、女友達の存在は、女性が自立を図る上で重要であると考えられている。作家ジェイン・オースティンの作品では女性同士の“ real friendship”は存在するのであろうか。本稿では初期の作品であるNorthanger Abbey(1818)の女主人公Catherine Morland とその友人Isabella Thorpe やTilney 兄妹との友情を中心に、オースティン作品の中で女友達を登場させる意義の解読を試みた。Isabella との浅はかな友情を通して、彼女の狡猾で浮気性な本性が露呈されると同時に、主人公の〈単純〉〈純粋〉〈未熟〉な性格が強調される現象を確認した。また精読によってIsabella の友情の動機が、Catherine を利用して結婚相手を獲得することであることを明らかにした。やがてCatherineの友情は、IsabellaからTilney兄妹へと舵を切るが、Claudia L. Johnsonの指摘“ The band of good friends is all related by marriage in the end”にあるよう...

  6. Japan in Maritime Asia: Security, Commerce, and Sovereignty

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    Philip Thai

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available Catherine L. Phipps, Empires on the Waterfront: Japan’s Ports and Power, 1858–1899. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Asia Center, 2015. 308 pp. $39.95 (cloth. Noell Wilson, Defensive Positions: The Politics of Maritime Security in Tokugawa Japan. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Asia Center, 2015. 258 pp. $39.95 (cloth. Historiography on Japan’s place within the world of maritime Asia has undergone dramatic reinterpretation in recent decades. Scholars of the early modern era have thoroughly demolished the shibboleth of sakoku (“closed country”, the supposed isolation of Tokugawa Japan before the sudden arrival of Western gunboats in the 1850s. The active pursuit of diplomatic and commercial ties by shogun and daimyo alike embedded Japan firmly within global circuits of exchange (e.g., Hellyer 2010; Toby 1984. Scholars of the modern era, for their part, have been inspired by the “imperial turn” to put overseas empires at the heart of national narratives. Bookending the Tokugawa and Meiji periods, the two studies under review here push the frontiers of this research agenda further. Noell Wilson’s political history focuses on the buildup of domainal defense on the coast and the devolution of shogunal monopoly on violence. At the heart of this dialectical relationship was the “Nagasaki system”—the security arrangements that originated in the eponymous port and were eventually implemented throughout Japan. Catherine Phipps’s economic history examines the commercial expansion of Meiji Japan by tracing maritime networks of exchange, transportation, and information at multiple spatial scales. Forged in the crucible of Western imperialism, such ties simultaneously compromised the sovereignty of the nation while laying the foundations for empire. Both works offer compelling cases for the centrality of maritime relations in understanding core issues in Japanese history...

  7. Environmental economics. Five basic key notions

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    Laroui, F.; Benhaim, J.; Baron, R.; Helioui, K.; Glachant, M.; Corbaz, C.

    1994-12-01

    The greenhouse effect is a good example of the uncertainty inherent to environmental economics. Given the physical and factual uncertainties, the last thing we need is uncertainty in the words we use. Unfortunately, the semantics of environmental economics are sometimes too vague; and this vagueness can sometimes lead to conceptual errors. It is obvious that the concepts must be explicated and the relations which link them must be clarified if we are to use them without any risk of semantic Al confusion. This view, shared by all the participants, provided the theme of the SEO 1994 'Environmental Economics' seminar; its goal was to define and discuss some basic concepts. Jacques Benhaim gives a thorough discussion of the rate of discount. The rate of discount is an important item when it comes to a dynamic analysis in environmental economics. Richard Baron discusses modelling in its relation with the long-term assessment of greenhouse gases. In this context, he provides a 'catalogue raisonne' of the available models, then raises some interesting methodological issues involved in top-down modelling. His critique stresses the need of integrative models. Voluntary agreements constitute an alternative to taxation. Manhieu Glachant gives an overview of existing cases in 11 OECD countries; he then focuses on assessing their efficiency. Catherine Corbaz chose the much debated carbon tax. After giving some data on the greenhouse effect, she focuses on its economic aspects. After discussing uncertainty and technical progress, attention is paid to the reach of the tax: should it be global, or national and coordinated? Khalid Helioui was asked to elaborate on Catherine Corbaz by providing a more theoretical analysis of an optimal taxation on carbon. He proposes a two-goods dynamic model including the possibility of a backstop technique, which allows him to discuss an optimal carbon tax and to give a stimulating interpretation of the usage cost of the atmosphere

  8. De L’esprit Des Lois et Le Débat Autour du Despotisme en Russie

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    Ekaterina N. Vasilyeva

    2017-12-01

    Full Text Available The fate of The Spirit of Laws by Ch.-L. Montesquieu in Russia in the second half of the 18 th century is an example of ambiguous reception that the French enlightener and his ideas received at that time prompting both imitation and polemics. The origin of these controversies is in the unfavorable image of Russia that Montesquieu represented as a country of despotism and slavery. The ideas developed in the treatise incited various Russian authors to nourish their own thinking about the country, especially concerning such problems as liberty and equality. The article attempts to trace the emergence of this debate in political literature, including the works by F.-H. Strube de Piermont, Catherine II, and Prince M.M. Shcherbatov. Since the examined texts are interdependent, it allows me to speak of the literary polemics of a kind. It is argued that each author develops her own writing strategy in accordance with her specific position in society and intention. A comparative analysis shows the following tendencies. (1 The book by Strube de Piermont is a typical literary refutation intended to rehabilitate Russia’s reputation compromised by the author of The Spirit of Laws. (2 Prince Shcherbatov uses Montesquieu’s statements about Russia as a reference point for his own deep and original study of the phenomena and processes that existed in Russia. (3 The ambiguous position of Catherine II as both a private person and a monarch is the most vulnerable of the three and forces her to adapt her ideas to this peculiar role.

  9. Fall and winter microhabitat use and suitability for spring chinook salmon parr in a U.S. Pacific Northwest River

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    Favrot, Scott D.; Jonasson, Brian C.; Peterson, James T.

    2018-01-01

    Habitat degradation has been implicated as a primary threat to Pacific salmon Oncorhynchus spp. Habitat restoration and conservation are key toward stemming population declines; however, winter microhabitat use and suitability knowledge are lacking for small juvenile salmonids. Our objective was to characterize microhabitat use and suitability for spring Chinook Salmon Oncorhynchus tshawytscha parr during fall and winter. Using radiotelemetry techniques during October–February (2009–2011), we identified fall and winter microhabitat use by spring Chinook Salmon parr in Catherine Creek, northeastern Oregon. Tagged fish occupied two distinct gradient reaches (moderate and low). Using a mixed‐effects logistic regression resource selection function (RSF) model, we found evidence that microhabitat use was similar between free‐flowing and surface ice conditions. However, habitat use shifted between seasons; most notably, there was greater use of silt substrate and areas farther from the bank during winter. Between gradients, microhabitat use differed with greater use of large wood (LW) and submerged aquatic vegetation in the low‐gradient reach. Using a Bayesian RSF approach, we developed gradient‐specific habitat suitability criteria. Throughout the study area, deep depths and slow currents were most suitable, with the exception of the low‐gradient reach where moderate depths were optimal. Near‐cover coarse and fine substrates were most suitable in the moderate‐ and low‐gradient reaches, respectively. Near‐bank LW was most suitable throughout the study area. Multivariate principal component analyses (PCA) indicated co‐occurring deep depths supporting slow currents near cover were intensively occupied in the moderate‐gradient reach. In the low‐gradient reach, PCA indicated co‐occurring moderate depths, slow currents, and near‐bank cover were most frequently occupied. Our study identified suitable and interrelated microhabitat

  10. Multi-analytical study of paint and varnish on a 17th century wooden polychrome antependium

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    Aida Grga

    2012-06-01

    Full Text Available The antependium of Saint Michael's altar from the church of Saint Catherine in Osič, Croatia, is a work of the 17th century artist Matej Otoni. As a part of her Master's thesis, Aida Grga carried out a complex analysis of the paint layer (binding medium and pigments and of the resinous varnish found on the object. Thin layer chromatography, Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy and micro-chemical analysis were used to identify the materials. The investigation was carried out in the Laboratory for Conservation Research at the Arts Academy of the University of Split, under the supervision of PhD Ivica Ljubenkov.L’antependium de Saint Michel provenant de l’église de Sainte Catherine à Osič, Croatie, est l’œuvre de l’artiste Matej Otoni (XVIIe siècle. Dans le cadre de sa thèse de maîtrise, Aida Grga a exécuté une analyse complexe de la couche picturale (liant et matières colorantes et du vernis trouvés sur l’objet. La chromatographie sur couche mince, la spectroscopie infrarouge (FT-IR et une analyse microchimique ont été utilisés pour identifier les matériaux. La recherche a été effectuée sous la supervision de Dr. Ivica Ljubenkov au Laboratoire de Recherche en Conservation auprès de l’Académie des Beaux Arts de l’Université de Split.

  11. The Educational Concepts of F.-C. La Hapre and Their Forming: European Ideals and Russian Realization

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    Andreev Andrei

    2016-08-01

    Full Text Available As an actual problem in the modern historical studies is discussed how the educational ideals in the Russian culture were formed and developed. The subject of this article reveals the same problem from the biography of the Swiss pedagogue, who was commended to teach the grandsons of the Russian empress Catherine II, Frédéric-César de La Harpe. Inspite of the high reputation of the Swiss tutors at the end of 18th century, La Harpe wasn’t a pedagogue by profession — it was rather by chance that his career in Russia went that way. But at the same time La Harpe made great efforts after his appointment to the Russian court in order to become familiar with the main pedagogical literature of his time, and therefore he could “make himself his own position” among other tutors, becoming de facto the main teacher of Alexander I, and had a great influence on the personality of the future Russian emperor. The pedagogical concepts of La Harpe were closely connected with those of Catherine II, formulated in her “Instruction” for her grandson’s teachers and aimed at the formation of a new enlightened monarch for Russia. The “educational standard” by La Harpe included all principals ciences of the Age of Enlightenment, with the stress on history and philosophy, as well as “civil education”, which was meant to help the future ruler to make a “clear concept of his duties”. But here a lization of these ideas was opposed by the court milieu and lead to the number of conflicts, which caused the generally uncompleted character of the education of Alexander I.

  12. b-quark physics with the LEP collider. The development of experimental techniques for b-quark studies from Z0-decay

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    Barker, Gary John

    2010-01-01

    The book reviews the unexpected impact that the LEP experiments have had on the subject of b-quark physics. The emphasis is firmly on telling the story from an experimental viewpoint. Aspects of the detectors that were essential for the reconstruction of b-hadrons are highlighted, especially the role played by silicon strip detectors and particle identification methods. The importance of solving practical issues such as detector alignment and track reconstruction to fully realize the reconstruction potential of the detectors is demonstrated along with various examples of potential problems when these aspects are not well controlled. Barker details new ideas and analysis techniques that evolved during the years of LEP running so that the information is useful to new researchers or those putting together plans for future b-physics experiments. Highlights of the final b-physics results from the LEP collaborations are reviewed in the context of results from other experiments around the world and with respect to what we learn about the Standard Model of Particle Physics. (orig.)

  13. Thermodynamics and elastic moduli of fluids with steeply repulsive potentials

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    Heyes, D. M.

    1997-08-01

    Analytic expressions for the thermodynamic properties and elastic moduli of molecular fluids interacting with steeply repulsive potentials are derived using Rowlinson's hard-sphere perturbation treatment which employs a softness parameter, λ specifying the deviation from the hard-sphere potential. Generic potentials of this form might be used to represent the interactions between near-hard-sphere stabilized colloids. Analytic expressions for the equivalent hard-sphere diameter of inverse power [ɛ(σ/r)n where ɛ sets the energy scale and σ the distance scale] exponential and logarithmic potential forms are derived using the Barker-Henderson formula. The internal energies in the hard-sphere limit are predicted essentially exactly by the perturbation approach when compared against molecular dynamics simulation data using the same potentials. The elastic moduli are similarly accurately predicted in the hard-sphere limit, as they are trivially related to the internal energy. The compressibility factors from the perturbation expansion do not compare as favorably with simulation data, and in this case the Carnahan-Starling equation of state prediction using the analytic effective hard-sphere diameter would appear to be a preferable route for this thermodynamic property. A more refined state point dependent definition for the effective hard-sphere diameter is probably required for this property.

  14. LPI Radar Waveform Recognition Based on Time-Frequency Distribution

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    Ming Zhang

    2016-10-01

    Full Text Available In this paper, an automatic radar waveform recognition system in a high noise environment is proposed. Signal waveform recognition techniques are widely applied in the field of cognitive radio, spectrum management and radar applications, etc. We devise a system to classify the modulating signals widely used in low probability of intercept (LPI radar detection systems. The radar signals are divided into eight types of classifications, including linear frequency modulation (LFM, BPSK (Barker code modulation, Costas codes and polyphase codes (comprising Frank, P1, P2, P3 and P4. The classifier is Elman neural network (ENN, and it is a supervised classification based on features extracted from the system. Through the techniques of image filtering, image opening operation, skeleton extraction, principal component analysis (PCA, image binarization algorithm and Pseudo–Zernike moments, etc., the features are extracted from the Choi–Williams time-frequency distribution (CWD image of the received data. In order to reduce the redundant features and simplify calculation, the features selection algorithm based on mutual information between classes and features vectors are applied. The superiority of the proposed classification system is demonstrated by the simulations and analysis. Simulation results show that the overall ratio of successful recognition (RSR is 94.7% at signal-to-noise ratio (SNR of −2 dB.

  15. [Global trends in food consumption and nutrition].

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    Holmboe-Ottesen, G

    2000-01-10

    Obesity and lifestyle diseases increase all over the world, especially in developing countries. One reason is the change in diet. This nutrition transition is characterised by improvement in dietary variation, but also by increase in the content of fat and sugar. The transition seems to start at a lower level of income, compared to what occurred in the Western countries after the Second World War. The reason is that many foods are relatively cheaper, especially fat and sugar. The world market is presently flooded with cheap vegetable fat. Urbanisation leads to over-consumption by increasing market access to fatty and sugary foods, including fast foods. Globalization increases the consumption of sweet soda pops, biscuits and snacks produced by multinational companies. Western supermarkets and fast food franchises also promote these dietary changes (McDonaldization). It has been proposed that the population in developing countries is more vulnerable towards these dietary changes in regard to obesity and chronic diseases, due to undernutrition in early life (the Barker hypothesis). We may therefore expect an unprecedented increase in the prevalence of chronic diseases, especially diabetes type 2 in the developing countries. One may question if this increase will be a transient phenomenon, or if we can expect the same pattern as we have seen in the West, namely that the poor become the fat-test segment of the population, with the highest prevalence of chronic diseases.

  16. Composite Binary Sequences with a Large Ensemble and Zero Correlation Zone

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    S. S. Yudachev

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available The article considers a proposed class of derived signals such as composite binary sequences for application in advanced spread spectrum radio systems of various purposes, using signals based on spectrum spreading by direct sequence method. Considered composite sequences, having a representative set of lengths and unique correlation properties, compares favorably with the widely used at present large ensembles formed on a single algorithmic basis. To evaluate the properties of the composite sequences generated on the basis of two components - the Barker code and Kerdock sequences, expressions of periodic and aperiodic correlation functions are given.An algorithm for generating practical ensembles of composite sequences is presented. On the basis of the algorithm and its software implementation in C #, the samples of the sequence ensembles of various lengths were obtained and their periodic and aperiodic correlation functions and statistical characteristics were studied in detail. As an illustration, some of the most typical correlation functions are presented. The most remarkable characteristics allowing a ssessing the feasibility of using this type of sequences in the design of specific types of radio systems are considered.On the basis of the proposed program and the performed calculations the conclusions can be drawn about the possibility of using the sequences of these classes, with the aim of reducing intra-system disturbance in the projected spread spectrum CDMA.

  17. Pre- and post-natal nutritional factors in the metabolic regulation of obesity

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    E. Villanueva-Ortega

    2017-04-01

    Full Text Available In recent decades there has been a very significant increase in obesity in most developing countries. In addition to environmental, genetic and hormonal factors, nutritional and maternal environment factors influencing critical periods of foetal development have acquired increasing significance since the thrifty phenotype theory was described by Harles and Barker and epidemiological studies demonstrated that perinatal conditions may modify individuals’ future metabolic responses via genomic reprogramming. Perinatal programming corresponds to a critical and accelerated period of developmental plasticity from preconception through early postnatal life. This characteristic may also have a long-term influence on metabolic health and obesity. Epigenetic modifications favour the survival of the individual in critical periods when nutritional restriction is established, but exerts long-term risks, as metabolic programming tracks into infancy and adulthood and induces fat mass accumulation, particularly if energy consumption is exceeded. Although the mechanisms are not yet fully understood, it is evident that hormonal factors such as insulin and leptin may influence the programming of hypothalamic circuits for energy balance regulation. Nutritional interventions in animal models at critical stages of development have demonstrated that microenvironmental modifications might induce a permanent modulation of the progeny genome expression via epigenetic mechanisms. A transgenerational transmission of obesity has been proposed.

  18. Guidelines for the training, credentialing, use, and supervision of speech-language pathology assistants. Task Force on Support Personnel.

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    1996-01-01

    These guidelines are an official statement of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. They provide guidance on the training, credentialing, use, and supervision of one category of support personnel in speech-language pathology: speech-language pathology assistants. Guidelines are not official standards of the Association. They were developed by the Task Force on Support Personnel: Dennis J. Arnst, Kenneth D. Barker, Ann Olsen Bird, Sheila Bridges, Linda S. DeYoung, Katherine Formichella, Nena M. Germany, Gilbert C. Hanke, Ann M. Horton, DeAnne M. Owre, Sidney L. Ramsey, Cathy A. Runnels, Brenda Terrell, Gerry W. Werven, Denise West, Patricia A. Mercaitis (consultant), Lisa C. O'Connor (consultant), Frederick T. Spahr (coordinator), Diane Paul-Brown (associate coordinator), Ann L. Carey (Executive Board liaison). The 1994 guidelines supersede the 1981 guidelines entitled, "Guidelines for the Employment and Utilization of Supportive Personnel" (Asha, March 1981, 165-169). Refer to the 1995 position statement on the "Training, Credentialing, Use, and Supervision of Support Personnel in Speech-Language Pathology" (Asha, 37 [Suppl. 14], 21).

  19. Kuidas sünnib pealkiri? / Pärt Lias

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    Lias, Pärt

    2002-01-01

    Pealkiri, pühendus, moto, joonealune märge, ees- ja järelsõna on teose teksti manused, mis ei kuulu otse teksti, kuid selgitavad, täiendavad ja täpsustavad seda. Gerard Genette on need teksti lisandid koondanud üldnimetuse paratekstid alla. Eesti kirjanikud vastavad Pärt Liase küsimusele oma teoste pealkirjade saamisloo kohta: Aimee Beekman, Henn-Kaarel Hellat, Joel Sang ja Arvo Mägi (4); Lennart Meri, Heino Kiik ja Fanny de Sivers (5); Helga Nõu, Ülle Kauksi, Maie Kalda ja Cornelius Hasselblatt (6); Debora Vaarandi, Vaino Vahing, Arved Viirlaid ja Wimberg (7); Vahur Afanasjev, Matt Barker, Andrus Kivirähk, Jürgen Rooste ja Contra (8); Elin Toona, Jaak Rähesoo, Enn Soosaar, Juhan Peegel ja Toomas Kall (9); Kerttu Rakke, Aare Pilv, Aarne Ruben, Indrek Hargla, Jan Kaus ja Karen Orlau (10); Ene Mihkelson, Mats Traat ja Boriss Baljasnõi (11); Maimu Berg, Ain Kaalep, Enn Nõu ja Madis Kõiv (12)

  20. The early life origin theory in the development of cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes.

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    Lindblom, Runa; Ververis, Katherine; Tortorella, Stephanie M; Karagiannis, Tom C

    2015-04-01

    Life expectancy has been examined from a variety of perspectives in recent history. Epidemiology is one perspective which examines causes of morbidity and mortality at the population level. Over the past few 100 years there have been dramatic shifts in the major causes of death and expected life length. This change has suffered from inconsistency across time and space with vast inequalities observed between population groups. In current focus is the challenge of rising non-communicable diseases (NCD), such as cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes mellitus. In the search to discover methods to combat the rising incidence of these diseases, a number of new theories on the development of morbidity have arisen. A pertinent example is the hypothesis published by David Barker in 1995 which postulates the prenatal and early developmental origin of adult onset disease, and highlights the importance of the maternal environment. This theory has been subject to criticism however it has gradually gained acceptance. In addition, the relatively new field of epigenetics is contributing evidence in support of the theory. This review aims to explore the implication and limitations of the developmental origin hypothesis, via an historical perspective, in order to enhance understanding of the increasing incidence of NCDs, and facilitate an improvement in planning public health policy.