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  1. Report realized in the name of the economic, environment and territory commission, on the resolution proposition (n. 1261) of Messrs Bernard Deflesselles and Jerome Lambert, reporters of the commission in charge of the european affairs, on the program energy-climate

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    2008-01-01

    This report aims to evaluate a resolution proposition on five texts presented by the European Commission the 23 January 2008: the enhancement of the quotas emission system, the greenhouse gases effect reduction, the renewable energies development, the juridical aspects of the carbon sequestration and storage and the financial assistance of the governments for the environment. 12 propositions are provided. (A.L.B.)

  2. Report realized in the name of the economic, environment and territory commission, on the resolution proposition (n. 1261) of Messrs Bernard Deflesselles and Jerome Lambert, reporters of the commission in charge of the european affairs, on the program energy-climate; Rapport fait au nom de la commission des affaires economiques, de l'environnement et du territoire sur la proposition de resolution (n. 1261) de MM. Bernard Deflesselles et Jerome Lambert, rapporteurs de la commission chargee des affaires europeennes, sur le paquet energie-climat

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    2008-07-01

    This report aims to evaluate a resolution proposition on five texts presented by the European Commission the 23 January 2008: the enhancement of the quotas emission system, the greenhouse gases effect reduction, the renewable energies development, the juridical aspects of the carbon sequestration and storage and the financial assistance of the governments for the environment. 12 propositions are provided. (A.L.B.)

  3. Bernard of Clairvaux

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    Pedersen, Else Marie Wiberg

    2010-01-01

    sermons is that of communicating the Gospel (evangelizare), and Bernard points to Paul's didactics and pedagogical strategy when he explicates how this evangelization in and through Christ should take place. One of the NT texts by Paul and/or John is also the typical hermeneutical key in Bernard's famous...

  4. Bernard Hyams (1925 - 2015)

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    2015-01-01

    Bernard Hyams, a distinguished scientist who worked at CERN for 32 years, died on 15 May 2015 at the age of 90.     He started his career in Manchester, at Blackett’s laboratory, working on a magnetic spectrograph to measure the momentum of single cosmic ray particles (1950). Then, leading a group from Manchester University, he set up a cosmic ray experiment at the Pic du Midi Observatory in France. Having joined CERN in 1958, he performed one of the first experiments at the PS by demonstrating that in pion decay the muon spin behaves as expected. After studying vector meson decays into muon pairs, he spent several years working on precision pion measurements. When the ISR started operation in early 1971, it was realised that there was no experiment in place capable of looking for quarks, which was quite sobering, considering the ISR was constructed as a “discovery machine”. Bernard acted decisively, supporting a small and mostly young team of...

  5. Entrevista a Bernard Lahire

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    Gabriel Nardacchione

    2017-08-01

    Full Text Available Bernard Lahire es uno de los más destacados sociólogos contemporáneos. En noviembre de 2016 estuvo en Argentina invitado por el Institut français d’Argentine y la editorial Siglo XXI, entre otras instituciones, con el fin de presentar sus últimos libros y realizar actividades académicas en Buenos Aires y en Rosario. El 7 de noviembre, antes de dictar su conferencia Una sociología del individuo: el hombre plural en la Facultad de Ciencias Sociales de la Universidad de Buenos Aires, lo entrevistamos en el Hotel Lyon2. En el marco de esta visita también concedió entrevistas periodísticas. En una de ellas, publicada en diciembre de 2016 en el diario La Nación, la periodista se pregunta por qué entrevistar a Bernard Lahire. Creemos que su respuesta también es válida para abrir nuestro intercambio con este destacado intelectual francés: porque es “un sociólogo que practica su ciencia y a la vez reflexiona sobre ella, sus alcances y responsabilidad”.

  6. Nägemuslik Bernard Kangro / Livia Viitol

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    Viitol, Livia, 1953-

    2017-01-01

    Urmas Bereczki kolmeosalise kunstieksperimendi tulemusena valmisid Bernard Kangro luuletustega CD, film "Kesksuvetants" ja raamat "See sinine sirjendav kaugus. Bernard Kangro ridade vahel tuhlates". Pikemalt nimetatud filmist

  7. Bernard Tschumi Draws Architecture!

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    Gevork Hartoonian

    2014-08-01

    Full Text Available Bernard Tschumi’s delineation prepared for the Museu de Arte Contemporânea provides the starting point for this essay, which discusses the historicity of drawing and highlights the horizontality and the verticality that structure architecture’s contrast with the pictorial realm. Juxtaposing a freehand sketch with the digital image of the same project, Tschumi moves to address the paradox concerning the position of the body and drawing. This drawing also speaks for the reversal in the position of the body brought about by digital reproductivity.The reversal alludes to Tschumi’s theorization of architecture in terms of space and event. These, I will argue, are anticipated in The Manhattan Transcripts (1981 where a set of freehand drawings is used to evoke a filmic mood wherein the image is projected parallel to the spectator’s seated position. The essay goes further, suggesting that the theatricality permeating the present architecture is part of the shift from horizontality to the painterly, and yet the phenomenon is not merely a technical issue. Rather, it alludes to architecture’s dialogical rapport with painting at work since the Renaissance.

  8. The 1979 Bernard Gregory lectures

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    Weisskopf, V.F.

    1980-02-01

    This volume contains the texts of the lectures given by Professor V.F. Weisskopf at CERN and in Paris in the autumn of 1979, as the first Gregory lecturer. The titles of the three different texts are 'Growing up with Field Theory', 'Recent Trends in Particle Physics' and 'L'Art et la Science'. While the latter lecture was given in French, an English text here follows the French one. The volume starts with a short biographical note about Bernard Gregory. (orig.)

  9. Yves Bernard (1954-2014)

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    2014-01-01

    Yves Bernard, who has passed away at the age of 59, worked in the transport and handling service (EN-HE) and had been at CERN since 1 July 1975.   Yves Bernard, CERN Open Day 2008. He initially worked for the various transport companies on site, such as H. Reigner, ISS, DBS and ALTEAD, during which time he quickly climbed the ladder (from driver to team leader to foreman) before becoming a member of the CERN personnel in 2004. He was also a volunteer firefighter at the Grilly-Divonne fire station. He worked on all the large accelerator and experiment worksites, in particular on the installation of DELPHI and the North Area (UA1, UA2, UA5), on the Meyrin site (ISR, ISOLDE, AD, the CTF3 complex, n_TOF, LINAC4) and on consolidation work (PS, East Area, PSB). Always friendly and open, he was well-known by many people all over CERN. If ever you had a transport problem, he was the man to call. His commitment to the Organization meant he always went the extra mile to help out physicists and users....

  10. The mathematical works of Bernard Bolzano

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    Russ, Steve

    2004-01-01

    Bernard Bolzano (1781-1848, Prague) was a remarkable thinker and reformer far ahead of his time in many areas, including philosophy, theology, ethics, politics, logic, and mathematics. Aimed at historians and philosophers of both mathematics and logic, and research students in those fields, this volume contains English translations, in most cases for the first time, of many of Bolzano's most significant mathematical writings. - ;Bernard Bolzano (1781-1848, Prague) was a remarkable thinker and reformer far ahead of his time in many areas, including philosophy, theology, ethics, politics, logic,

  11. Bernard of Clairvaux and the Cistercian Mystical Tradition

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    McGuire, Brian Patrick

    2013-01-01

    Bernard of Clairvaux and the Cistercian mystical tradition; Bernard's hagiography, the Vita prima; Bernard, sharing with audience, perceptions of God's advent as the divine Word; Brothers of the New Monastery in 1098, less interest in the mystical; Medieval mystics and mystical traditions; Sensuo...

  12. Marketingová strategie firmy Bernard.

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    Hanzalová, Lenka

    2011-01-01

    The thesis focuses on marketing strategy of Rodinný pivovar Bernard. The thesis is divided into two main parts - theoretical and practical. The theoretical part deals with general basics of marketing and introduce tools of marketing strategy. In the practical part I analyze company using marketing tools and on that basis I give recommendations to improve the activities of this brewery.

  13. Prof. Bernard R. Cooper (1936 - 2013)

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    Lederman, David

    2014-01-01

    Bernard (Barry) R. Cooper, Claude W. Benedum professor emeritus at West Virginia University, passed away at age 77 on June 10, 2013 in Morgantown, West Virginia. A fellow of the American Physical Society, Barry was a theoretical condensed matter physicist best known for his contributions to the fundamental understanding of the magnetic and electronic properties of transition, rare earth, and actinide metals. He also contributed to early efforts to accurately calculate and predict the properties of materials using first-principles methods

  14. Bernard van Leer Foundation Annual Review 1993 = Fundacion Bernard van Leer Revista Anual 1993.

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    Bernard Van Leer Foundation, The Hague (Netherlands).

    This report, in both English and Spanish versions, aims to highlight the Bernard van Leer Foundation's identity, objectives, and major activities, as well as the work undertaken by the projects the foundation supports. The review features articles on the Foundation's work on advocacy, supporting families living in disadvantaged circumstances,…

  15. The perioperative management of Bernard-Soulier syndrome

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    2010-09-14

    Sep 14, 2010 ... surgery in two brothers suffering from the Bernard-Soulier syndrome. Haemophilia 2009;15:281–4. 14. Hartman MJ, Caccamese JF, Jr., Bergman SA. Perioperative management of a patient with Bernard-Soulier syndrome for third molar surgery. Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol Oral. Radiol Endod 2007 ...

  16. Bernard-Soulier syndrome (Hemorrhagiparous thrombocytic dystrophy

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    Lanza François

    2006-11-01

    Full Text Available Abstract Bernard-Soulier syndrome (BSS, also known as Hemorrhagiparous thrombocytic dystrophy, is a hereditary bleeding disorder affecting the megakaryocyte/platelet lineage and characterized by bleeding tendency, giant blood platelets and low platelet counts. This syndrome is extremely rare as only ~100 cases have been reported in the literature. Clinical manifestations usually include purpura, epistaxis, menorrhagia, gingival and gastrointestinal bleeding. The syndrome is transmitted as an autosomal recessive trait. The underlying defect is a deficiency or dysfunction of the glycoprotein GPIb-V-IX complex, a platelet-restricted multisubunit receptor required for normal primary hemostasis. The GPIb-V-IX complex binds von Willebrand factor, allowing platelet adhesion and platelet plug formation at sites of vascular injury. Genes coding for the four subunits of the receptor, GPIBA, GPIBB, GP5 and GP9, map to chromosomes 17p12, 22q11.2, 3q29, and 3q21, respectively. Defects have been identified in GPIBA, GPIBB, and GP9 but not in GP5. Diagnosis is based on a prolonged skin bleeding time, the presence of a small number of very large platelets (macrothrombocytopenia, defective ristocetin-induced platelet agglutination and low or absent expression of the GPIb-V-IX complex. Prothrombin consumption is markedly reduced. The prognosis is usually good with adequate supportive care but severe bleeding episodes can occur with menses, trauma and surgical procedures. Treatment of bleeding or prophylaxis during surgical procedures usually requires platelet transfusion.

  17. [Claude Bernard and the "standard European urine"].

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    Martin, M; Fangerau, H

    2010-07-01

    During the nineteenth century the analysis of urine was based on technical tools for the quantification of its constituents. The transformation of diagnostic signs into numbers made reference and normal values indispensable for the verification of the transition point between "normal" and "pathological". It needed the reconfiguration of disease concepts to link measured data and values with specific clinical pictures. Ontological disease concepts were replaced by a gradual understanding of health and disease. During this process the "normal value" became the crucial point of discussion.Taking a statement by Claude Bernard (1813-1878) about the nonsense of chemical mean values as a starting point the paper focuses on the contemporary debate about the role and function of quantification in medical diagnostics. The methodological reference points of the analysis are Georges Canguilhem's considerations about the normal and the pathological and Ludwik Fleck's thought collectives. The acceptance or rejection of normal value concepts is bound to specific thought styles. Permanent challenges to traditional qualifying semiotics resulted in a slow transformation of semiotic thought styles into quantifying diagnostics. The "technisation" of medicine during the nineteenth century fostered this process. The clinical laboratory helped to establish a"mathematisation" of medicine.

  18. Performance Evaluation and Opportunity Assessment for St. Bernard Project

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    Dickson, B.

    2011-06-01

    This report describes efforts by IBACOS, a Department of Energy Building America research team, in the St. Bernard Project, a nonprofit, community-based organization whose mission is to assist Hurricane Katrina survivors return to their homes in the New Orleans area. The report focuses on energy modeling results of two plans that the St. Bernard Project put forth as 'typical' building types and on quality issues that were observed during the field walk and Best Practice recommendations that could improve the energy efficiency and durability of the renovated homes.

  19. Performance Evaluation and Opportunity Assessment for St. Bernard Project

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    Dickson, Bruce [IBACOS, Inc., Pittsburgh, PA (United States)

    2011-06-01

    This report describes efforts by IBACOS, a Building America research team, in the St. Bernard Project, a nonprofit, community-based organization whose mission is to assist Hurricane Katrina survivors to return to their homes in the New Orleans area. The report focuses on energy modeling results of two plans that the St. Bernard Project put forth as 'typical' building types and on quality issues that were observed during the field walk and best practice recommendations that could improve the energy efficiency and durability of the renovated homes.

  20. Bernard EIDESHEIM - 1963-2005 - French version only

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    2005-01-01

    C'est avec une profonde douleur que nous avons appris la mort de Bernard, notre ami et collègue, survenue le 17 février dernier après un long combat courageusement mené contre un mal effroyable. Dans ces circonstances tragiques, toutes nos pensées vont vers sa femme Laurence et sa fille Marine. C'est dans les moments difficiles tels que ceux que Bernard a traversés que les hommes dévoilent leur vraie personnalité. Bernard nous a montré qu'il était capable d'aller jusqu'au bout avec un courage hors du commun, une intégrité et une clairvoyance exemplaires. Bernard était une personne réfléchie, consciencieuse, qui savait dans quelle direction il fallait aller, mais qui était, néanmoins, toujours à l'écoute des autres. Il était également toujours prêt à partager son savoir-faire avec ses collègues. ...

  1. The Music Criticism and Aesthetics of George Bernard Shaw

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    Gates, Eugene

    2001-01-01

    Most people know George Bernard Shaw as a dramatist and social reformer, but they are often surprised to discover that he was also the most brilliant British music critic to emerge in the late-nineteenth century. His vision of the ideal critic was not a passive reporter of musical events, but rather a vital and initiating force within the music…

  2. [See sinine sirjendav kaugus : Bernard Kangro ridade vahel tuhlates] / B. M.

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    Melts, Brita, 1984-

    2016-01-01

    Tutvustus: See sinine sirjendav kaugus : Bernard Kangro ridade vahel tuhlates : Kangro luulest inspireeritud raamat, joonistused, heliplaat ja film / [koostaja Urmas Bereczki. Tallinn : Lepalind, 2016

  3. Bernard Rudofsky. Desobediencia crítica a la modernidad.

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    M.a Carmen Díaz Ruiz

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available El Centro José Guerrero de Granada acogió durante esta pasada primavera la exposición Desobediencia crítica a la modernidad, centrada sobre la producción del arquitecto austríaco Bernard Rudofsky (Moravia, 1905-Nueva York, 1988. Las tres plantas del centro granadino sirven para articular el discurso en estratos que nos acercan a la producción cultural llevada a cabo por Rudofsky durante el pasado siglo XX y la vigencia de sus postulados cincuenta años después.

  4. Bernard Zappoli's contribution to the French scientific life

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    Prud'homme, Roger

    2017-01-01

    In November 2014, at the annual meeting of the research group "Fundamental and Applied Microgravity" held in Carqueiranne, France, I was asked to speak on Bernard Zappoli and his accomplishments. The following is an edited transcription of the speech delivered in his honor following his recent retirement as the Head of The Physical Science Programme at the French Space Agency (CNES). After an introduction outlining his human qualities and retirement as engineer emeritus, his career is summarized. It then details the scientific activities he has undertaken during different periods of his career at several universities, the European Society of Propulsion ("Société européenne de propulsion", SEP), and the CNES. Special attention is devoted to the research groups at the CNES/CNRS that we initiated and the management of which I had been sharing with him for several years. Allusion is made to his recent and new retiree activities.

  5. Moral Luck from Bernard Williams’ Point of View

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    Zahra Khazai ; Fatemeh Tamaddon

    2016-08-01

    Full Text Available Moral luck is an important issue in meta- ethics. Its conflict to principle of control make challenges to moral moral assessment, moral judgment and moral responsibility. Bernard Williams is the first philosopher who uses the expression "moral luck" and tries to show that the contradiction between “moral” and “luck” is not so serious. Against Kantian’s idea and also our intuitions Williams doesn’t believe that morality is immune of luck and that unlike other values, is accessible to all people. If moral value is accessible to all, according to his idea, it should be not only immune of luck but also supreme. Giving some examples, Williams by concepts like justification, regret and retrospective, shows that morality hasn’t these characteristics. Dividing moral luck into four types: resultant, circumstantial, constitutive and causal, Thomas Nagel puts Williams' moral luck under the first type and criticizes it. This study seeks to explain Bernard Williams’ viewpoint on moral luck. At first it clears types of moral luck, principle of control and its contradiction with moral luck, then after explaining Williams’ account of moral luck criticizes it. Nagel’s criticisms and others show that although they accept the existence of moral luck and also their account is compatible to williams’ but they deny williams’ success in defending of this phenomenon. Finally, despite of all critiques, it seems that Williams’ failure in defense of moral luck didn’t decrease the importance of this matter, but made some stronger ideas were appeared by Thomas Nagel in this regard.

  6. Varemed ja aiad : barokk-kirjanduse esteetika Bernard Kangro Tartu-romaanides / Maarja Hollo

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    Hollo, Maarja

    2014-01-01

    Tuuakse välja barokk-kirjanduse ja Bernard Kangro romaanide olulisemad ühisjooned ning peatutakse Walter Benjamini allegooriakäsitlustel, mille valguses analüüsitakse Tartu-romaanides esinevaid allegoorilisi stseene

  7. Kaks nooremat luuletajat : Bernard Kangro "Vanad majad" ja Heiti Talviku "Kohtupäev" / Ants Oras

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    Oras, Ants

    2004-01-01

    Arvustus: Kangro, Bernard. Vanad majad : luuletusi 1936-37. Tartu : Eesti Kirjanikkude Liit, 1937 ; Talvik, Heiti. Kohtupäev. Tartu : Eesti Kirjanikkude Liit, 1937. Varem ilmunud: Eesti Kirjandus, 1937, nr. 12, lk. 618-622

  8. St. Bernard Parish : la crise d’un territoire suburbain St. Bernard Parish, the crisis of a suburban territory

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    Jean-Marc Zaninetti

    2009-04-01

    Full Text Available Situé à l’est de La Nouvelle-Orléans, St. Bernard Parish est l’un des territoires les plus vulnérables au risque d’ondes de tempêtes de toute la région métropolitaine. Après avoir été ravagée par le cyclone Katrina en 2005, St. Bernard peine à se redresser et montre le plus faible niveau de reprise de toute la région du Golfe du Mexique frappée par Katrina. De plus, la reconstruction est freinée par des polémiques virulentes qui nous rappellent les pires années des tensions raciales des années 1960. Cet article s’intéresse aux relations supposées entre les fragmentations urbaines et la faculté d’adaptation aux risques naturels. L’étude du cas de St. Bernard illustre la force d’inertie des territoires et comment de vieilles querelles ville-banlieue affaiblissent la résilience urbaine.Located east of New Orleans, St. Bernard Parish is one of the most vulnerable parts of the greater New Orleans metropolitan area to storm surges. After having been devastated by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, St. Bernard still struggles to recover from the storm, and displays the lowest recovery level of the entire Katrina-hit Gulf Coast area so far. Moreover, reconstruction is hampered by loud polemics that remind us of the worst years of racial polarization during the 1960’s. This paper explores the possible linkage between urban fragmentations and adaptive capacity to natural hazard. The St. Bernard case-study illustrates the strength of path dependency, and how long-entrenched suburb-central city mistrust hampers urban resilience.

  9. Claude Bernard and an introduction to the study of experimental medicine: "physical vitalism," dialectic, and epistemology.

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    Normandin, Sebastian

    2007-10-01

    This article explores the profound impact of the thought of Claude Bernard (1813-78) and his philosophy of experimentalism elaborated in his masterwork An Introduction to the Study of Experimental Medicine. I argue that Bernard's far-ranging theoretical impact on medicine and biology marks the end of conventional vitalism and the elusive notion of a "vital force" as a legitimate scientific concept. His understanding of medicine is as epistemologically significant in its time as Newton's contribution was to the physical sciences in the seventeenth century. This essay treats Bernard's philosophical ambitions seriously, exploring his important, even central, role in the mental world of nineteenth-century France. This includes his influence on Henri Bergson (1859-1941) and other late-nineteenth century thinkers. The subtext of Bernard's experimental epistemology is also contrasted with a key idealist philosopher of the period, the German Arthur Schopenhauer (1788-1860), and placed in the context of the larger European philosophical sphere. In contrast to much of mid-nineteenth-century philosophy, Bernard, in creating the framework for experimental medicine, argued for an experimental approach in which a priori assumptions were to be strictly constrained. Bernard's thoughts on the nature of experiment put an end to "systems" in medicine, ironically by replacing all previous medical philosophies with the all-embracing "system" of experiment. And yet, while "vital forces" fade after Bernard, a form of vitalism still flourishes. Even in Bernard's own work, in the struggle with concepts like determinism, complexity, and causality, there is a realization of the unique character of living function in a kind of "physical vitalism."

  10. Bernard de Gordon (fl. 1270-1330): medieval physician and teacher.

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    Pearn, John

    2013-02-01

    The Montpellier physician Bernard de Gordon flourished in the late Middle Ages in the era when university education first evolved in the training of European physicians. Fragmentary details of his life and medical influence are known from seven books, particularly his extensive (163 chapters) text Lilium Medicine and from Chaucer's reference to him in the Canterbury Tales. Chaucer lists Bernard de Gordon as one whose writings were part of the core curriculum of the best-trained European doctors of medieval Europe. Bernard de Gordon was one of that small group of medieval physicians who reverently followed Galenic lore which had endured for a thousand years yet who began to challenge its details and to experiment clinically with new methods of treatment. In his writings, Bernard de Gordon made the first reference to spectacles and to the hernial truss. His writings also contained detailed desiderata for the ethical best practice of medicine of his day, extending the principles of both Hippocrates and Haly ibn Abbas. Unlike many of the surviving writings of other medieval medical teachers, his texts have within them a tone of humility and acknowledged fallibility. Bernard de Gordon holds a small but significant place in the evolving pre-Renaissance chronology of medical professionalism.

  11. Claude Bernard: bicentenary of birth and his main contributions to neurology

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    Marleide da Mota Gomes

    2014-04-01

    Full Text Available Claude Bernard (1813-1878 followed two main research paths: the chemical and physiological study of digestion and liver function, along with experimental section of nerves and studies on sympathetic nerves. Curare studies were, for example, of longstanding interest. His profound mental creativity and hand skillfulness, besides methodology quality, directed his experiments and findings, mainly at the Collège de France. His broader and epistemological concerns were carried out at the Sorbonne and later at the Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle. His insight gave clues to define the “ milieu intérieur”, later known as “homeostasis”, and grasp the brain complexity. Bernard followed and surpassed his master François Magendie who also fought against dogmas and laid the foundations of experimental medicine, and its main heinous tool – vivisection. Bernard created the methodological bases of experimental medicine, and collected honors as a renowned researcher.

  12. La dialectique du nouveau et du même dans God's Grace de Bernard Malamud

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    Chard-Hutchinson, Martine

    2017-01-01

    What's the use avoiding rats and horror, hiding from Cops and dentists' drills ? Somebody will invent Buchenwald next door. Alan Ginzberg "If it's all right with you," he addressed the gorilla in gratitude, "I'd like to call you George after my late wife's father, who was an accomplished dentist, a wonderful man. He often fixed people's teeth for nothing." Bernard Malamud God's Grace, le dernier roman achevé de Bernard Malamud, est une histoire "pleine de fureur et de bruit" qui se présente ...

  13. Experimenting with styles of living: Bernard, Canguilhem and type 2 diabetes education.

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    Ljungdalh, Anders Kruse

    2013-09-01

    The paper links a debate in the history of medical science between statistics and the experimental method with contemporary diabetes educational practices. An empirical example of a tension between neglect and concern in diabetes self-regulation frames the subsequent theoretical discussion between first, Claude Bernard and statistics and afterwards, Georges Canguilhem as a correlative to Bernard. Through these philosophers of medical science a connection between the experimental method and education is demonstrated. Finally, a case description of an experimental approach to alcohol and experimentation frames and highlights the educational aspect of the methodological discussion.

  14. Bernard af Clairvaux - den første europæer

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    McGuire, Brian Patrick

    2007-01-01

    Munken Bernard af Clairvaux fik med sit karistmatiske væsen grundlagt nye cistercienserklostre overalt i Europa. Han var en stor tilhænger af venskab, men også forsvarer af krig som et rimeligt instrument i kristne hænder.......Munken Bernard af Clairvaux fik med sit karistmatiske væsen grundlagt nye cistercienserklostre overalt i Europa. Han var en stor tilhænger af venskab, men også forsvarer af krig som et rimeligt instrument i kristne hænder....

  15. The Significance of the Sola Fide and the Sola Gratia in the Theology of Bernard of Clairvaux and Martin Luther

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    Pedersen, Else Marie Wiberg

    2009-01-01

    By way of a forward reading of Bernard's and Luther's texts, this article demonstrates great similarities between Bernard and Luther, as well as between the Italian reform Catholics and Luther, in their understanding of faith and grace. Thus, it counters the tradition from the Luther renaissance ...

  16. The two Bernard Berenson cousins: The interplay among immigration, culture, and narcissism.

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    Goldberg, Susan G

    2016-12-01

    The lives of two 19th century cousins, both of whom changed their names to Bernard Berenson, are considered from historical and psychodynamic perspectives, using a psychobiographical method. The Jewish cousins immigrated separately to Boston from Lithuania in 1875 and 1882. One cousin, later calling himself simply B.B., became a world-renowned art historian. The other Bernard became a misanthrope after feeling deeply humiliated by his cousin's family in Boston. Many biographies were written about the famous B.B. The only histories of his cousin Bernard were family stories, as he was the author's great-grandfather. The intersecting lives of these cousins are discussed. Both men faced the challenges of immigration as well as intense anti-Semitism and prejudice in each country in which they lived. These cultural and historical conditions interacted with the cousins' narcissistic vulnerabilities. Their lives demonstrate different manifestations of narcissistic suffering, with B.B's being more consistent with the construct of a "grandiose narcissist" and Bernard's being more consistent with that of a "closet narcissist." The life stories of these two cousins with the same name offers an intriguing instance of a complicated relationship among immigration, prejudice, and narcissism and case examples of the manifestation of how narcissistic suffering can influence lives. Copyright © 2016 Institute of Psychoanalysis.

  17. Sexuality and Developmental Disabilities: An Investigation of Sexual Incidents at Bernard Fineson Developmental Center.

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    New York State Commission on Quality of Care for the Mentally Disabled, Albany.

    This report is the result of an investigation by the New York State Commission on Quality of Care for the Mentally Disabled of the Bernard Fineson Developmental Center's policies and practices concerning sexual incidents among residents. It also raises broader issues about the meaning of consent when sexual activity involves persons with severe or…

  18. Trochlear Nerve Palsy Associated with Claude Bernard-Horner Syndrome after Brainstem Stroke

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    Rodrigo Bazan

    2011-10-01

    Full Text Available The association of unilateral trochlear nerve palsy with Claude Bernard-Horner syndrome represents a rare clinical condition. We present the case of a patient with this unusual presentation. The investigation performed implicated cerebrovascular disease as the underlying cause of the condition in this patient.

  19. K pramenům Husových Punkt: Jan Hus a Bernard Gui

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    Soukup, Pavel

    2015-01-01

    Roč. 62, č. 1 (2015), s. 235-247 ISSN 1803-7429 R&D Projects: GA ČR(CZ) GBP405/12/G148 Institutional support: RVO:67985955 Keywords : Medieval sermons * Hussitism * preaching aids * John Hus * Bernard Gui Subject RIV: AB - History http://hdl.handle.net/11222.digilib/134673

  20. Bernard Thibault au chevet du CERN "La précarité n'est pas inéluctable"

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    Monin, Valérie

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    Bernard Thibault, General Secretary of the CGT, came yesterday to CERN to take note directly of the difficulties for the 1500 workers employed by outsourcing firms on the CERN site. He presented a project for a Site Convention

  1. Rebeccah A. Bernard: APA/APAGS Award for Distinguished Graduate Student in Professional Psychology.

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    The APA/APAGS Award for Distinguished Graduate Student in Professional Psychology is awarded on an annual basis by the APA Board of Professional Affairs (BPA) and the American Psychological Association of Graduate Students (APAGS) to a graduate student who has demonstrated outstanding practice and application of psychology. A qualified candidate must demonstrate exemplary performance in working with an underserved population in an applied setting or have developed an innovative method for delivering health services to an underserved population. This year there are joint recipients of the award, Allie Abrahamson and Rebeccah A. Bernard. Their vision, creativity, courage, and dedication led them to create the Human Rights Forum at Chestnut Hill College to promote human rights education, awareness, and community service opportunities for doctoral students. Rebeccah A. Bernard's award citation, biography, and a selected bibliography are presented here. PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2014 APA, all rights reserved.

  2. [Claude Bernard, the experimental method, and the Société de Biologie].

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    Bange, Christian

    2009-01-01

    Claude Bernard was one of the founder of the Société de Biologie created in 1849. He actively took part to it from its very beginning by presenting various communications and several important memoirs. Epistemological thoughts found in these memoirs lead to the methodological chapters introducing the volumes of his edited lessons given at the Collège de France. In 1865, these texts formed the basis to his Introduction à l'étude de la Médecine expérimentale, in which Bernard claims the experimental method should rely on the principle of determinism of the phenomena of Life. He was a dutiful President of the Société from 1867 until his death. He nevertheless was not often involved in debates, but agreed on the defense of the scientific principles he had claimed. He remained influential until his death, as noted in 1899 by the report Engène Gley wrote on the Société de Biologie during its fifty first years. Gley points regularly to Bernard's axioms which remained the true scientific credo of French biologists.

  3. Plant anesthesia supports similarities between animals and plants: Claude Bernard's forgotten studies.

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    Grémiaux, Alexandre; Yokawa, Ken; Mancuso, Stefano; Baluška, František

    2014-01-01

    The French scientist Claude Bernard (1813-1878) is famous for his discoveries in physiology and for introducing rigorous experimental methods to medicine and biology. One of his major technical innovations was the use of chemicals in order to disrupt normal physiological function to test hypotheses. But less known is his conviction that the physiological functions of all living organisms rely on the same underlying principles. He hypothesized that similarly to animals, plants are also able to sense changes in their environment. He called this ability "sensitivity." In order to test his ideas, he performed anesthesia on plants and the results of these experiments were presented in 1878 in "Leçonssur les phénomènes de la vie communs aux animaux et aux végétaux." The phenomena described by Claude Bernard more than a century ago are not fully understood yet. Here, we present a short overview of anesthetic effects in animals and we discuss how anesthesia affects plant movements, seed germination, and photosynthesis. Surprisingly, these phenomena may have ecological relevance, since stressed plants generate anesthetics such as ethylene and ether. Finally, we discuss Claude Bernard's interpretations and conclusions in the perspective of modern plant sciences.

  4. Functional lower lip reconstruction with the modified Bernard-Webster flap.

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    Denadai, Rafael; Raposo-Amaral, Cassio Eduardo; Buzzo, Celso Luiz; Raposo-Amaral, Cesar Augusto

    2015-11-01

    Lower lip defects after squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) excisions have been repaired by several surgical techniques. However, the functional reconstruction of full-thickness defects of the lower lip remains a therapeutic challenge. We therefore evaluated functional results of the modified Bernard-Webster flap for the reconstruction of full-thickness lower lip defects after SCC excisions. A prospective study was performed on all patients with lower lip full-thickness defects after SCC excisions greater than 1/3 of the lip, reconstructed with the modified Bernard-Webster flap in 2011-2013. Functional (sphincter, motor, and sensory functions) postoperative results were evaluated according to criteria previously adopted. Twelve lower lip defects were reconstructed without complications, except for two (16.7%) wound dehiscence successfully managed. Ten (83.3%) patients presented transient and permanent functional abnormalities in the recent and late postoperative assessments. Ten (83.3%) patients classified the late functional results as satisfactory. The modified Bernard-Webster flap proved to be an excellent alternative to repair full-thickness lower lip defects with more than 1/3 of the lower lip length, as it allowed the use of similar neighboring tissues, could be performed in one stage, and was functionally effective. Copyright © 2015 British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

  5. The concept of the spiritual path in the views of Augustine and Bernard of Clairvaux: comparative analysis

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    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available The article examines the transformation of St. Augustine’s anthropological views in virtually unexplored in Ukraine philosophical and theological teachings of the medieval mystic Bernard of Clairvaux. Research field focused on the issues of negative and positive theological approaches, metaphysical and existential position of philosophical view of the problem of man. Based on the study of foreign scientists, outlines the key aspects of Augustinian doctrine of the human desire for God, the theoretical basis for philosophical and theological views of St. Bernard of Clairvaux. The conclusions substantiated regarding the impact of anthropological views of St. Augustine on the formation of existential components in the concept of the spiritual path of Bernard of Clairvaux. Transforming an ontological approach to the problem of man in practical sense of being in God as a form of spiritual path, St. Bernard complements the existential aspect of Christian anthropology. By means of a comparative analysis revealed the originality of the author’s approach St. Bernard to the problem of man’s spiritual development, which finds expression in the symbolic images of the spiritual marriage ­ an allegorical interpretation of the relationship between God and the soul at the highest levels of mystical contemplation. Dominant moral and practical sense in the teaching of St. Bernard is presented as a justification for the tendency to anthropological turning in medieval philosophy.

  6. Nonsense mutation in the glycoprotein Ibα coding sequence associated with Bernard-Soulier syndrome

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    Ware, J.; Russell, S.R.; Vicente, V.; Scharf, R.E.; Tomer, A.; McMillian, R.; Ruggeri, Z.M.

    1990-01-01

    Three distinct gene products, the α and β chains of glycoprotein (GP) Ib and GP IX, constitute the platelet membrane GP Ib-IX complex, a receptor for von Willebrand factor and thrombin involved in platelet adhesion and aggregation. Defective function of the GP Ib-IX complex is the hallmark of a rare congenital bleeding disorder of still undefined pathogenesis, the Bernard-Soulier syndrome. The authors have analyzed the molecular basis of the disease in one patient in whom immunoblotting of solubilized platelets demonstrated absence of normal GP Ibα but presence of a smaller immunoreactive species. The truncated polypeptide was also present, along with normal protein, in platelets from the patient's mother and two of his four children. Genetic characterization identified a nucleotide transition changing the Trp-343 codon (TGG) to a nonsense codon (TGA). Such a mutation explains the origin of the smaller GP Ibα, which by lacking half of the sequence on the carboxyl-terminal side, including the transmembrane domain, cannot be properly inserted in the platelet membrane. Both normal and mutant codons were found in the patient, suggesting that he is a compound heterozygote with a still unidentified defect in the other GP Ibα allele. Nonsense mutation and truncated GP Ibα polypeptide were found to cosegregate in four individuals through three generations and were associated with either Bernard-Soulier syndrome or carrier state phenotype. The molecular abnormality demonstrated in this family provides evidence that defective synthesis of GP Ibα alters the membrane expression of the GP Ib-IX complex and may be responsible for Bernard-Soulier syndrome

  7. An annotated translation of Noël Bernard's 1899 article 'On the germination of Neottia nidus-avis'.

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    Selosse, Marc-André; Minasiewicz, Julita; Boullard, Bernard

    2017-08-01

    We translate Noël Bernard's discovery of orchid symbiotic germination discovered on Neottia nidus-avis, as published in the May 1899 issue of the Comptes rendus hebdomadaires des séances de l'Académie des sciences. In his note, Bernard (1874-1911) establishes the need for a fungus, which is also forming mycorrhizae in adults, for seeds germination. We provide illustrations reproduced from his later works, and summaries of the French text he cited. In our annotations, we show how early this discovery was done in Bernard's career, and insist on the scientific framework at the end of the nineteenth century, where orchid germination was mysterious and the need for vicinity of parents was not fully understood. We comment the text of Bernard on the basis of the most recent knowledge on Neottia nidus-avis and on orchid mycorrhizal fungi. Introducing his following papers, we finally discuss the emergence of the concept of peloton digestion, and how Bernard's work quickly paved the way to a general understanding of mycoheterotrophic germination in orchids and beyond.

  8. Thought and Perception: Bernard Noël and the Mind's Eye

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    Full Text Available Bernard Noël has investigated the relationship between the conceptual and the visual in many of his prose and poetic texts. From the earlier "body" poetry of Extraits du corps , where the image of the inward-looking eye makes its appearance, to his book on Magritte's "visible thought" and the prose text Le 19 octobre 1977 , where he thematizes the functioning of perception, Noël explores the complex interplay between seeing and thought, language and thought, and seeing and writing. This study analyzes these and other major issues driving Noel's poetics.

  9. Barbs in the Arrow: Explorations in Early Childhood Education and Care. The Bernard van Leer Foundation: 1965-1986.

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    Philp, Hugh

    The Bernard van Leer Foundation, now headquartered in The Hague, Netherlands, was established as a philanthropic institution in 1949. This book examines the range and complexity of the foundation's work on behalf of young disadvantaged children, and illustrates the unique character of the foundation. The book, which consists of 11 chapters,…

  10. "Why is it art?" : a talk by Christian Bernard, current director of the Geneva contemporary art gallery Mamco

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    2000-01-01

    Christian Bernard (right) being welcomed to CERN by Claude Detraz, Director for Fixed Target and Future Programmes, Michel Benot, Vice-President of the Staff Association, who is organising the talk on 21 March, and Jean-Pierre Merlo, physicist and member of the Friends of Mamco committee.

  11. Bernard LAMIZET (2006), Sémiotique de l’événement

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    2013-01-01

    Comprendre les représentations de l’événement dans les médias, c’est ainsi comprendre comment se forment notre culture, notre mémoire et notre engagement politique dans l’espace de la sociabilité (p. 17). Bernard Lamizet nous invite à revenir sur les constructions et les représentations de l’espace public mises en scène par les médias. En se basant sur un corpus d’articles d’actualité internationale issus exclusivement du Monde — le choix se justifiant par l’étude de la médiatisation de l’évé...

  12. O fio constitutivo da sociologia empírica de Bernard Lahire

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    Bernard Lahire é hoje um dos mais reconhecidos sociólogos a trabalhar na tradição de Pierre Bourdieu. Nas duas últimas décadas, investiu num exercício de cumulatividade crítica da herança de Bourdieu, a partir de observatórios empíricos tão diversos como a educação, a cultura e a literatura. Este artigo pretende acompanhar o fio constitutivo da sua obra, concentrando-se sobretudo nas bases empíricas do conceito de ator plural, na sua sistematização teórica e nas implicações políticas nos term...

  13. O fio constitutivo da sociologia empírica de Bernard Lahire

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    Bernard Lahire é hoje um dos mais reconhecidos sociólogos a trabalhar na tradição de Pierre Bourdieu. Nas duas últimas décadas, investiu num exercício de cumulatividade crítica da herança de Bourdieu, a partir de observatórios empíricos tão diversos como a educação, a cultura e a literatura. Este artigo pretende acompanhar o fio constitutivo da sua obra, concentrando-se sobretudo nas bases empíricas do conceito de ator plural, na sua sistematização teórica e nas implicações políticas nos term...

  14. Dark Ages Religious Conflicts and their Literary Representations: The Winter King, by Bernard Cornwell

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    Carlos A. Sanz Mingo

    2011-07-01

    Full Text Available This paper analyses the religious situation in Britain in the fifth and sixth centuries as reflected in Arthurian literature. This reflection usually depicts religious strife which brought a political division between the British kingdoms. This, in turn, provoked the final defeat against the Anglo-Saxons. Four religious creeds will be dealt with: the native Celtic religion and the cults that the Romans brought with them from the Eastern Mediterranean, including Christianity and the mysteries of Isis and Mithras. All of them are represented in Bernard Cornwell’s trilogy The WarlordChronicles. We will concentrate on how these creeds influenced the lives of Britons in the agerepresented and exemplified in the first book of Conrnwell’s trilogy, The Winter King. Despite thefact that religion has always been one of the most common topics in Arthuriana, modern literaturedeals with it in a different way to previous texts, linking it with history and politics.

  15. Bernard Clairvaux'st (1090-1153) : võitleja, organisaator, müstik / Friedrich Prinz ; saksa keelest tõlk. Andreas Ardus

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    Prinz, Friedrich

    2006-01-01

    Keskaja prantsuse pühaku Bernard Clairvaux' elust, tegevusest ja teoloogiast. Tema rollist tsistertslaste uute rangema distsipliiniga kloostrite rajamisel, ristisõjapropagandas ning Euroopat hõlmanud kirikulõhes

  16. Perspectivism and Intersubjective Criteria for Personal Identity: A Defense of Bernard Williams’ Criterion of Bodily Continuity

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    Full Text Available In this article I revisit earlier stages of the discussion of personal identity, before Neo-Lockean psychological continuity views became prevalent. In particular, I am interested in Bernard Williams’ initial proposal of bodily identity as a necessary, although not sufficient, criterion of personal identity. It was at this point that psychological continuity views came to the fore arguing that bodily identity was not necessary because brain transplants were logically possible, even if physically impossible. Further proposals by Shoemaker of causal relations between mental states in our memory and Parfit’s discussion of branching causal chains created additional complications. My contention in this paper is that psychological continuity views deflected our attention from what should have remained in the spotlight all the time: the intersubjective character (or not of criteria proposed to decide personal identity in our language game, and ultimately our form of life concerning ourselves as persons. B. Williams’ emphasis on the body was not just common sense. It was also recognition of the importance of giving priority to criteria that could be kept under intersubjective control.

  17. Paradigm, experiment and conclusion: La Casa by Bernard Rudofsky in three acts

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    Héctor García-Diego Villarías

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    Full Text Available La Casa –or in English, the house– that Bernard Rudofsky built on the Spanish Mediterranean coast in 1971 is a valuable case study on the operational possibilities of popular architecture in the practice of this contemporary discipline. It is a repository of theoretical references typical of the vernacular world; its author, known for the exhibition Architecture without Architects, is emblematic of this type of architecture to which he dedicated much of his efforts as a theorist and polemicist throughout the course of his life. Additionally, La Casa is a unique architectural feat as it involves the practical materialization of its implicated theoretical position. It is possible that a concrete conclusion can be drawn from this case, which may shed light on the possible operability of a type of architecture that presents more than a few difficulties for the current context of the discipline, despite being habitually admired and praised. Additionally, the text presented here brings to light unpublished information found in the personal diaries of the architect that allows for the recreation of the circumstances surrounding the ideation and construction of this piece of architecture.

  18. Entretien avec M. Bernard Dormy, Président du TREF, courant novembre 2017

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    M. Bernard Dormy, Président du TREF (Tripartite Employment Conditions Forum) (voir Echo n° 242) a terminé son mandat à la fin de l'année 2017. L’Association du personnel a souhaité s’entretenir avec lui sur le CERN et son personnel et, entre autres, sur le modèle de concertation. Cette publication est également l’occasion pour l’Association du personnel de saluer M. Dormy pour l’engagement dont il a fait preuve depuis 2003, année où il a débuté au TREF comme délégué français. Il faut croire que son mandat au sein de ce forum lui a particulièrement plu, puisque M. Dormy a occupé les fonctions de Vice-président du TREF de 2007 à 2011, puis de Président de 2012 à 2017. Sous sa prési...

  19. Seven decades of history of science: I. Bernard Cohen (1914-2003), second editor of Isis.

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    Dauben, Joseph W; Gleason, Mary Louise; Smith, George E

    2009-03-01

    I. Bernard Cohen (1914-2003), the first American to receive a Ph.D. in history of science, was a Harvard undergraduate ('37) and then a Ph.D. student and protégé of George Sarton, founder of Isis and the History of Science Society. He went on to succeed Sarton as editor of Isis (1952-1958) and, later, president of the Society (1961-1962); he was also a president of the International Union of the History and Philosophy of Science. Cohen was an internationally recognized Newton scholar; his interests were encyclopedic, ranging from science and public policy to the history of computers, with several decades as a special consultant for history of computing with IBM. Among his hundreds of publications were such major books as Franklin and Newton (1956), The Birth of a New Physics (1959; rpt., 1985), The Newtonian Revolution (1980), Revolution in Science (1985), Science and the Founding Fathers (1995), Howard Aiken: Portrait of a Computer Pioneer (1999), and his last book, The Triumph of Numbers (2005), not to mention two jointly authored contributions, the variorum edition and new English translation of Newton's Principia, which will surely still be read a century from now.

  20. Radon in bone as measured in neonatal, juvenile, and mature beagles and in adult St. Bernards

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    Lloyd, R.D.; Bruenger, F.W.; Mays, C.W.; Jones, C.W.

    1982-01-01

    The measured 222 Rn/ 226 Ra ratio in bone following 226 Ra injection of 5-year-old mature beagles and adult St. Bernards was similar to that predicted by an equation derived from data of beagles injected as young adults. However, Rn/Ra ratios were significantly lower in beagles injected as 3-month-old juveniles for about the first 600 days after injection, but were indistinguishable thereafter from the values predicted by the equation associated with young adult beagles. A 2-term equation was developed from the data for juveniles, the first term of which was the equation for young adults. For beagles injected as juveniles, the skeletal Rn/Ra ratio as a function of time after injection (t, in days) was Rn/Ra = 0.075 t 0 158 (1-e/sup -0.181t/) - 0.058 (e/sup -0.0061t/-e/sup -0.162t/). Beagles injected as 2-day-old neonates exhibited ratios for the first 2 weeks which were similar enough to those of juveniles that a separate equation was not derived for neonatal beagles

  1. Interview with Mr Bernard Dormy, Chair of TREF, in November 2017

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    Mr Bernard Dormy finished his term of office as the Chair of the Tripartite Employment Conditions Forum (TREF) (see Echo No. 242) at the end of 2017. On this occasion, the Staff Association met with him to discuss CERN and its personnel and, amongst other things, the model for concertation. Moreover, the Staff Association would like to take this opportunity to applaud Mr Dormy for the commitment he has shown since 2003, when he first started at TREF as a delegate of France. It is easy to believe that Mr Dormy found his mandate in this Forum particularly pleasing, since he served as the Vice-Chair of TREF from 2007 to 2011, and then as the Chairman from 2012 to 2017. During his chairmanship, Mr Dormy always made sure that the concertation took place under the best possible conditions, in a constructive manner and in a spirit of mutual respect. Furthermore, he placed great emphasis on diversity at CERN: there was not a single TREF meeting without an update on diversity issues and progress ma...

  2. Henri Bergson y George Bernard Shaw: hábito, vida, muerte

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    Full Text Available Este artículo indaga en algunos aspectos de la antropología filosófica expuesta en la obra del francés Henri Bergson. Para ello, nos serviremos de la confrontación de su doctrina original con la de un bergsoniano sui generis, el intelectual y dramaturgo irlandés George Bernard Shaw. El Prefacio. A medio siglo infiel, de Shaw, incluido en su obra más ambiciosa, Vuelta a Matusalén. Un Pentateuco Metabiológico, de 1921, será el texto base con el que haremos dialogar a Bergson con este periférico bergsonismo. Tomaremos como hilo conductor la teoría sobre el hábito, en el contexto de la metafísica de la evolución de los seres orgánicos, y lo llevaremos hasta el concepto límite, que parece conciliar ambas posturas: la idea de muerte superable. Ni en Bergson ni en Shaw los hábitos (la Cultura forman parte integral de la esencia del hombre, y la muerte (cuestión en la que Bergson es mucho más elusivo juega en ellos un rol anfibio, entre Cultura y Naturaleza.

  3. La portata etica della tragedia tra Bernard Williams e Martha Nussbaum

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    Francesco Testini

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    Full Text Available Questo breve scritto si propone di ripercorrere sinteticamente alcuni nodi fondamentali del dibattito filosofico tra Bernard Williams e Martha Nussbaum sul significato e sul valore etico della rappresentazione tragica non tanto all’interno del mondo greco quanto per la contemporaneità. Il campo su cui questa analisi intende muoversi è delimitato principalmente da due testi fondamentali come Vergogna e Necessità e l’introduzione alla nuova edizione del 2001, insieme alla prima parte, de La fragilità del bene. Si cercherà di mostrare lo scarto tra queste due diverse concezioni riconducendo ad ognuna il particolare atteggiamento etico che sostiene; di questi diversi punti di vista si cercherà di ricostruire il nesso con le differenti interpretazioni che i due autori forniscono dell’Agamennone di Eschilo e con le diverse reazioni che motivano nei confronti del protagonista e della sua vicenda. Gli obiettivi delle argomentazioni che seguono sono principalmente due: innanzitutto evidenziare come in alcune delle critiche mosse dalla filosofa americana al collega britannico siano rinvenibili spunti fondamentali per quella che si ritiene una più completa comprensione della tragedia come caso limite del conflitto tra soggetto etico e mondo e, in secondo luogo, produrre una giustificazione filosofica ulteriore della reazione motivata da Nussbaum davanti alla condotta di Agamennone che sia compatibile con l’approccio di Williams attraverso una riproposizione del conflitto di valori in termini di conflitto di ruoli.

  4. Preoperative blood transfusion for gynecological operation of a patient with Bernard-Soulier syndrome: Case report

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    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available Bernard-Soulier syndrome belongs to congenital thrombocytopathic platelet disorders. There is a change of the structure of the glycoprotein in platelet membrane, causing the impair of platelet adherence on the blood vessel wall. This syndrome is clinically manifested by spontaneous bleeding in the skin and mucosa. The prognosis is usually good with an adequate support, but serious bleeding episodes occur during menstruation, trauma or surgery intervention. Treatment of bleeding or prophylaxis during surgical intervention is usually based upon platelet transfusion and the use of antifibrinolitic drugs. The object of case report is the significance of the right and an adequate preparation for the operational treatment: Mrs 42 year old, with diagnosis: Bernard-Soulier thrombocytopathia. Iron deficiency anemia. Status post operationem cystis ovarii sinistri. Admitted to the Clinic of gynaecology and obstetrics 'Narodni front' for operative treatment. The menstrual cycle is on 28 days, duration 7 days. From juvenile period there were reports of episodes of bleeding with thrombocytopathia. In prepartal period transfused with few doses of platelet. All dental interventions followed with bleeding, done with 6 doses of platelet concentrate. The history of operation of a cyst with a diagnosis: Cysta ovarii lateralis dextri torquata in 2005. The operation followed with pre-operative use of 15 doses of platelet concentrate, 2 units of fresh frosen plasm and 3 units of deplasmatic erythrocytes. There was a report of adverse reaction due to plasm transfusion and erythrocytes as a hypersensitive reaction, but during operation, there was no bigger post-operative bleeding. In following 2 years, the patient was hospitalized few times because of seriuos menometrorrhagia, and conservativly treated with iron preparations, with a difficult tolerating. Anamnesis: allergy to preparation of salicylate, ranitidin, diclofenac and tranexamic acid. In last hospitalization

  5. Bernard Organ Failure Score in estimation of most severe forms of acute pancreatitis

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    Glišić Tijana

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available Introduction. Despite intensive research, efforts and clinical investigations on pathogenesis of acute pancreatitis (AP and system morbidity during the illness onset, mortality is still very high in the group of severe forms. A significantly high number of patients show moderate, self-limited forms of illness, with a minimal degree of systemic or local complications, with full recovery. However, some of them have a severe form, followed by a high percent of morbidity and mortality, and system organ failure. The distinction between mild and severe forms of AP within 24-48 hours of hospital admission is very important for the treatment of these patients. The usage of multifactorial scoring systems holds a lot of promise, reaching reliability in the disease severity estimation of approximately 70-80%. Objective. The main purpose of this prospective study was to assess the correlation of the Acute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II (APACHE II and the Bernard Organ Failure Score (BOFS scoring systems in estimation of disease severity and outcome prediction. Methods. Sixty patients with AP participated in the study, all of them scored with the APACHE II and BOFS scores. The results were used for integration of laboratory and clinical parameters. Results. In our study, we had a highly significant correlation between the APACHE II and BOFS scores from the disease onset until the end of treatment. There was a highly significant correlation between these two scores and the serum C-reactive protein concentration level. Conclusion. The concept of the BOFS score has more advantages than the APACHE II score in the patients with severe forms of AP with organ dysfunction.

  6. The Influence of Nietzsche’s Anthropology on the Works of George Bernard Shaw

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    Full Text Available This paper identifies the traces of Friedrich Nietzsche’s anthropological philosophy in the dramatic, sociological, anthropological, and philosophical writings of George Bernard Shaw. Apart from the obvious use of Nietzsche’s term “the Superman” (Übermensch to serve the purposes of his own philosophy, the analysis shows further similarities between the two writers, namely that Shaw modified Nietzsche’s expression “the will to power”, as well as Schopenhauer’s concept of will as the world’s essence, and termed it the “Life Force”, which will enable a “creative evolution” of humans into a higher being, an Overman, or a Superman. Also concerning this is the role that Shaw gives to women in this process of creative evolution, by making the female the dominant gender, and in so doing radically deconstructing the deeply rooted 19th century view of woman as a being whose natural habitat is the family home, and whose role in wooing is exclusively passive. Such an attitude led many critics to believe that Shaw was a misogynist of the same kind as Schopenhauer and Nietzsche. However, Shawian discourse as a whole exhibits а vehement support of the feminist struggles for the gender equality, which made the author a favorite in feminist circles. Different perspectives in Shaw’s anthropology mirror Nietzsche’s demand for the “transvaluation of all values”, and this alone is necessary to provide a constant change, which, according to both authors, is the only thing that is certain and constant in this world.

  7. Bernard Mandeville e l’economia politica: commercio, lusso e libertà

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    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available In this paper I deal with Bernard Mandeville's views on political economy, in order to reconstruct his overall perspectives on individual moral psychology and on the topic of luxury. First, I discuss Mandeville's views on labour, wages, political management and the balance of trade against the background of contemporary paradigms of 'mercantilism' and 'free trade'. I argue that he freely moved between these categories, and I also contend that they can not be taken as a rigid orthodoxy, which would prevent a real historical recovery of their meaning. Then I turn to his discussion of luxury. I maintain that this aspect of Mandeville's thought can not be reduced to a paradoxical provocation (however brilliant, but must be reconstructed along a three-dimensional framework, because Mandeville elaborated the relative difference between needs and desires in three contexts. This framework was not explicitly stated by Mandeville, but can be recosntructed through a close reading of his writings: first, an international context, in which certain countries specialised in exporting, whereas others in consuming, luxury goods; secondly, a social context, in which the differentiation between luxuries and wants mirrors a social hierarchy; and finally an evolutionary dimension, in which the consumption of luxury goods helps spread benefits to all social ranks in the next generations. In a final section I reconsider the classic question of Mandeville's role in the growth of political economy and his alledged theory of 'possessive individualism' coupled with classical liberalism. I disagree with those reconstructions that take for granted the attendant rise of free trade, individualism and liberalism. Mandeville is a crucial case in point for showing how economic arguments were still strictly interwoven with insights in moral psychology, party politics and social criticism.

  8. Obstetric and gynecological intervention in women with Bernard-Soulier syndrome: Report of two cases

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    Mitrović Mirjana

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available Introduction. Bernard-Soulier syndrome (BSS is a rare inherited bleeding disorder characterized by giant platelets thrombocytopenia e prolonged bleeding timee frequent hemorrhages with considerable morbidity. Data on the outcome of pregnancy and gynecological intervention in BSS are rare and there are no general therapeutic recommendations. Cases Outline. We report two cases of BSS. In the first case a 29-year-old patient with BSS was admitted in 8 weeks of gestation. The diagnosis of BSS was made on the basis of prolonged bleeding time, giant-platelets thrombocytopenia, and absent ristocetin-induced platelet aggregation. In 38 week of gestation Cesarean section, with platelets transfusion preparation, was performed. Obstetric intervention passed without complication. Postoperative course was complicated with a three-week vaginal bleeding resistant to platelet transfusion. Neonate platelet count was normal. Our second case was a 28-year-old patient with BSS, hospitalized for ovarial tumor surgery. The patient was prepared for the intervention with platelets transfusion. The surgery was uncomplicated, but on the second postoperative day a massive vaginal bleeding, resistant to the platelet transfusion, developed. Bleeding control was achieved with activated recombinant factor VII. Twelve hours the patient developed later hypertensive crisis with epileptic seizure due to subarachnoid hemorrhage. Therapy was continued with platelet transfusion, antihypertensive and antiedema drugs. PH examination of tumor tissue showed hemorrhagic ovarial cyst. Conclusion. Obstretic and gynecological intervention in women with BSS may be associated with a life-threatening bleeding thus requiring a multidisciplinary approach with adequate preparation. Because of the limited data in the literature, it is not possible to provide firm management recommendations and each case should be managed individually.

  9. Meie saarelt Mnemosyne juurde. Saar kui omaelulooline kujund Bernard Kangro loomingus. From Our Island to Mnemosyne. The Island as an Autobiographical Figure in Bernard Kangro’s work

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    Maarja Hollo

    2012-04-01

    Full Text Available The aim of this article is to explore how a sense of place informs the autobiographical in the work of Bernard Kangro. In order to establish a wider context for the relationship between the writer in exile, writing, and a sense of place there is a reference to the work and literary views of the German-speaking Jewish poet Paul Celan. The common basis for the comparison of the work of the two writers is their exile status, but they also share an understanding of the interrelationship between language and reality, a distinctive relationship with places and a sense of place as well as religiousness in their work. The current article focuses on the depiction of places and a sense of place, and its associations with exile as a state of mind that heightens the sensitivity to the real places experienced in the past as well as the imaginary places experienced in the present. In the description of places and a sense of place the autobiographical element occurs on two levels. Firstly, an autobiographical reading is made possible by the proper names in the text that signify real geographical places, which allow for a positivist interpretation with regard to the author’s biography. Secondly, the autobiographical may be revealed through certain figures in Kangro’s work, which are repeated from work to work but whose meaning might be diametrically opposite. Such recurrent figures are, for example, those of the island, the sea, the land, the tree, fog, snow, the wind, the bog, the sky, and the star. The present article addresses the figure of the island and the shifting scale of meanings it creates in Kangro’s work. An approach to the autobiographical via textual tropes is based on Paul de Man’s consideration of autobiography, who was against defining autobiography as a genre or a mode but viewed it instead as “a figure of reading or of understanding that can occur in all texts”. In Kangro’s texts three kinds of islands are found: islands

  10. Utilizing NASA EOS to Assist in Determining Suitable Planting Locations for Bottomland Hardwood Trees in St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana

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    Reahard, R. R.; Arguelles, M.; Ewing, M.; Kelly, C.; Strong, E.

    2012-12-01

    St. Bernard Parish, located in southeast Louisiana, is rapidly losing coastal forests and wetlands due to a variety of natural and anthropogenic disturbances (e.g. subsidence, saltwater intrusion, low sedimentation, nutrient deficiency, herbivory, canal dredging, levee construction, spread of invasive species, etc.). After Hurricane Katrina severely impacted the area in 2005, multiple Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) have focused not only on rebuilding destroyed dwellings, but on rebuilding the ecosystems that once protected the citizens of St. Bernard Parish. Volunteer groups, NGOs, and government entities often work separately and independently of each other and use different sets of information to choose the best planting sites for restoring coastal forests. Using NASA Earth Observing Systems (EOS), Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) soil surveys, and ancillary road and canal data in conjunction with ground truthing, the team created maps of optimal planting sites for several species of bottomland hardwood trees to aid in unifying these organizations, who share a common goal, under one plan. The methodology for this project created a comprehensive Geographic Information System (GIS) to help identify suitable planting sites in St. Bernard Parish. This included supplementing existing elevation data using Digital Elevation Models derived from LIDAR data, and determining existing land cover in the study area from classified Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer (ASTER) imagery. Airborne Visible/Infrared Imaging Spectrometer (AVIRIS) data from a single low-altitude swath was used to assess the health of vegetation over an area near the Mississippi River Gulf Outlet Canal (MRGO) and Bayou La Loutre. Historic extent of coastal forests was also mapped using aerial photos collected between 1952 and 1956. The final products demonstrated yet another application of NASA EOS in the rebuilding and monitoring of coastal ecosystems in

  11. Il Jardin Atlantique e il dibattito sul parco pubblico in Francia. A colloquio con Pascal Cribier e Bernard Lassus.

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    Donatella Pennisi

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    Full Text Available The contribution propose san extract of the research, conducted within a Maitrise in Art History (Department of Contemporary Architecture, paris University 1 – Panthéon Sorbonne that had as object a critical survey on one of the most famous parks created in paris in the last twenty years: the Jardin Atlantique. Two of many interviews made to professionals and experts in landscape archietcuture have been taken from the last section of the theses. Bernard Lassus and Pascal Cribier were asked to supply their opinion on the specific park design and, more widely, on the topic of contemporary urban park. 

  12. Bernard O’Kane. « Arthur Upham Pope and the Study of Persian Islamic Architecture »

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    Dans cette contribution, extraite de l’ouvrage Arthur Upham Pope and A New Survey of Persian Art, publié à la suite d’un colloque international à l’Art Institute de Chicago (9-10 septembre 2010), Bernard O’Kane s’intéresse à la figure de l’orientaliste américain Arthur Upham Pope (1881-1969) et à son étude de l’art iranien de période islamique. O’Kane commence par dresser un portrait critique de Pope. Il considère ainsi que les faiblesses de Pope se manifestaient surtout dans ses analyses, ju...

  13. Dynamics of human-divine civilization with an overview of Bernard Lewis' standpoints

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    Hadžajlić Mirsad

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available An unbiased scientific research evaluating our until recently leading civilization, the Islamic civilization, based on the research of a famous researcher in the area of Islamic world, Bernard Lewis, shows its collapse both in the field of military and economic power and in the fields of culture and science. It seems that the Islamic civilization, with its inherent discrimination between the three categories of humans: Muslim - non-Muslim, slave - master, woman - man, has been by far superseded with contemporary theories about free and civil society, human rights, tolerance and the like. Philosophically discussing human being as such, this work comes up with the definition of human being which is naturally acceptable, both from the purely rational and intuitive point of view, as well as from the viewpoint of traditional theses about human being. Both of these cognitive resources show that it is natural for the human, as a divine being - which can be under influence of Satan or even be a satanic being - to reside in a kind of mythological world. Since contemporary scientific standards reject the mythological as non-scientific, howsoever precise and objective analyses it offers, it is not possible to apply these standards, as such, on humanistic, particularly religious sciences. According to the mythological description of the world, though God himself gave Satan the ability to act against the humans, but before that He gave to the humans the ability to show and prove their own superiority. In this sense, Islamic civilization emerges as the civilization of the Human-centric divinity and the Theo-centric humanity; if there is any discrimination, it is only to improve that divine humanity and to protect it from satanic anti-human plots and pretensions. Hence, the Islamic human-loving civilization, with more or less intensity, has existed and exists in each corner of the history and the world where there is care, theories and actions to preserve and

  14. FROM MRS WARREN’S PROFESSION TO PRESS CUTTINGS: THE WOMAN QUESTION IN GEORGE BERNARD SHAW’S PLAYS

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    Banu ÖĞÜNÇ

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    Full Text Available George Bernard Shaw, who introduced social realism to the British stage, is considered to be the most significant playwright of the Victorian era. In his plays, he challenged the typical Victorian representation of female characters and introduced a new woman type who stands as a powerful and independent figure. Shaw’s female characters can be analysed in line with the suffragette movement, the fight given by British women to gain their right to vote. In this regard, Shaw’s play Mrs Warren’s Profession exemplifies a female character who can be considered as an advocate for female liberation and power. On the other hand, his play Press Cuttings, which was specifically written to support the suffragette movement, neither exemplifies the new woman image presented by Shaw in his plays nor contributes to the suffragette movement. Hence, this study aims to discuss the theme of the rights of women and to focus on George Bernard Shaw’s Mrs Warren’s Profession and Press Cuttings by means of Shaw’s involvement in and support for the suffragette movement from the Victorian to the Edwardian era.

  15. Of mice and men: evolution and the socialist utopia. William Morris, H.G. Wells, and George Bernard Shaw.

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    Hale, Piers J

    2010-01-01

    During the British socialist revival of the 1880s competing theories of evolution were central to disagreements about strategy for social change. In News from Nowhere (1891), William Morris had portrayed socialism as the result of Lamarckian processes, and imagined a non-Malthusian future. H.G. Wells, an enthusiastic admirer of Morris in the early days of the movement, became disillusioned as a result of the Malthusianism he learnt from Huxley and his subsequent rejection of Lamarckism in light of Weismann's experiments on mice. This brought him into conflict with his fellow Fabian, George Bernard Shaw, who rejected neo-Darwinism in favour of a Lamarckian conception of change he called "creative evolution."

  16. Identification of a new mutation in platelet glycoprotein IX (GPIX) in a patient with Bernard-Soulier syndrome.

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    Rivera, C E; Villagra, J; Riordan, M; Williams, S; Lindstrom, K J; Rick, M E

    2001-01-01

    We describe a new mutation in glycoprotein IX (GPIX) in a patient with Bernard-Soulier syndrome (BSS). Sequencing of GPIX revealed a homozygous (T-->C) transition at nucleotide 1717 (GenBank/HUMGPIX/M80478), resulting in a Cys(8) (TGT)-->Arg (CGT) replacement in the mature peptide. DNA restriction enzyme analysis using BsaAI revealed that the patient was homozygous and that his parents were heterozygous for the defect. This mutation disrupts a putative disulphide bond between the Cys(8) and Cys(12) that would alter the secondary structure of GPIX and which probably accounts for the absence of the GPIb/IX/V complex from the platelet surface in this patient.

  17. [A brief history of the baroreceptor reflex: from Claude Bernard to Arthur C. Guyton. Illustrated with some classical experiments].

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    Estañol, Bruno; Porras-Betancourt, Manuel; Padilla-Leyva, Miguel Ángel; Sentíes-Madrid, Horacio

    2011-01-01

    The baroreceptor reflex is poorly known by most physicians even though is fundamental in stabilizing the blood pressure on a beat to beat basis and is crucial for survival. Its fascinating history is briefly reviewed in this article. In 1852 Claude Bernard discovered that the sympathetic nerves of the neck innervate the blood vessels of the skin of the rabbit. Edgar Douglas Adrian in 1932 demonstrated that the sympathetic nerves that innervate the blood vessels discharge spontaneously at a rate of 4-6 per second and thus discovered the physiological basis of the vasomotor tone. In the XIX century Ludwig Traube and Karl Constantine Ewald Hering discovered that blood pressure fluctuates synchronously with respiratory movements and Sigmund Mayer observed that there are also slow non respiratory fluctuations of blood pressure. In 1921 Heinrich Ewald Hering found that high pressure baroreceptors are located in the carotid sinuses and demonstrated that the stimulation of the afferent nerve that innervates it induces bradycardia and hypotension. These studies were further advanced by Corneille Heymans who won the Nobel Prize for these studies in 1938. Later Cowley and Guyton produced sino-aortic denervation in dogs and thereby could demonstrate the fundamental importance of the baroreceptor reflex in the stabilization of blood pressure.

  18. An ARHGEF10 deletion is highly associated with a juvenile-onset inherited polyneuropathy in Leonberger and Saint Bernard dogs.

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    Kari J Ekenstedt

    2014-10-01

    Full Text Available An inherited polyneuropathy (PN observed in Leonberger dogs has clinical similarities to a genetically heterogeneous group of peripheral neuropathies termed Charcot-Marie-Tooth (CMT disease in humans. The Leonberger disorder is a severe, juvenile-onset, chronic, progressive, and mixed PN, characterized by exercise intolerance, gait abnormalities and muscle atrophy of the pelvic limbs, as well as inspiratory stridor and dyspnea. We mapped a PN locus in Leonbergers to a 250 kb region on canine chromosome 16 (Praw = 1.16×10-10, Pgenome, corrected = 0.006 utilizing a high-density SNP array. Within this interval is the ARHGEF10 gene, a member of the rho family of GTPases known to be involved in neuronal growth and axonal migration, and implicated in human hypomyelination. ARHGEF10 sequencing identified a 10 bp deletion in affected dogs that removes four nucleotides from the 3'-end of exon 17 and six nucleotides from the 5'-end of intron 17 (c.1955_1958+6delCACGGTGAGC. This eliminates the 3'-splice junction of exon 17, creates an alternate splice site immediately downstream in which the processed mRNA contains a frame shift, and generates a premature stop codon predicted to truncate approximately 50% of the protein. Homozygosity for the deletion was highly associated with the severe juvenile-onset PN phenotype in both Leonberger and Saint Bernard dogs. The overall clinical picture of PN in these breeds, and the effects of sex and heterozygosity of the ARHGEF10 deletion, are less clear due to the likely presence of other forms of PN with variable ages of onset and severity of clinical signs. This is the first documented severe polyneuropathy associated with a mutation in ARHGEF10 in any species.

  19. « Nous avons à devenir la quasi-cause du rien – du nihil ». Un entretien avec Bernard Stiegler

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    Judith Wambacq

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    Full Text Available This interview with the philosopher Bernard Stiegler was conducted in Paris on 28 January 2015, and first appeared in Dutch translation in the journal De uil van Minerva. The conversation begins by discussing the fundamental place occupied by the concept of ‘technics’ in Stiegler’s work, and how the ‘constitutivity’ of technics does and does not relate to Kant and Husserl. Stiegler is then asked about his relationship with Deleuze, and he responds by focusing on the concept of quasi-causality, but also by arguing that there is a certain trajectory in Deleuze’s thought, situating his own philosophy in relation to its various moments. Stiegler is then asked to respond to the Charlie Hebdo terrorist attacks carried out three weeks prior to the interview. After making a couple of precautionary remarks, Stiegler relates such occurrences to the problem of what he calls ‘spiritual poverty’, to the intensification of ‘negative sublimation’ that can occur when there is a disconnection between the generations, and more generally to the growth of nihilism. All of these phenomena relate to the exploitation of technology by a virulent capitalism that irrationally believes that only the market is rational. After consideration of the complex historical relationship between Islam and modernization, and of both of these to Nietzsche’s ‘death of God’, and after recalling the destructive role played by the West in the rise of fundamentalism and jihadism, Stiegler concludes by reflecting on the fact that, ultimately, ‘intellectuals’ have failed to use technologies in ways that produce alternatives to consumerism.

  20. Utilizing NASA Earth Observing System (EOS) Data to Determine Ideal Planting Locations for Wetland Tree Species in St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana

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    Reahard, Ross; Arguelles, Maria; Strong, Emma; Ewing, Michael; Kelly, Chelsey

    2012-01-01

    St. Bernard Parish, in southeast Louisiana, is rapidly losing coastal forests and wetlands due to a combination of natural and anthropogenic disturbances (e.g. subsidence, saltwater intrusion, low sedimentation, nutrient deficiency, herbivory, canal dredging, levee construction, spread of invasive species, etc.). After Hurricane Katrina severely impacted the area in 2005, multiple Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) have worked not only on rebuilding destroyed dwellings, but on rebuilding the ecosystems that once protected the citizens of St. Bernard Parish. Volunteer groups, NGOs, and government entities often work separately and independently of each other and use different sets of information to choose the best planting sites for coastal forests. Using NASA EOS, NRCS soil surveys, and ancillary road and canal data in conjunction with ground truthing, the team created maps of optimal planting sites for several species of wetland trees to aid in unifying these organizations, who share a common goal, under one plan. The methodology for this project created a comprehensive Geographic Information System (GIS) to help identify suitable planting sites in St. Bernard Parish. This included supplementing existing elevation data using LIDAR data and classifying existing land cover in the study area from ASTER multispectral satellite data. Low altitude AVIRIS hyperspectral imagery was used to assess the health of vegetation over an area near the intersection of the Mississippi River Gulf Outlet Canal (MRGO) and Bayou la Loutre. Historic extent of coastal forests was mapped using aerial photos from USGS collected between 1952 and 1956. The final products demonstrated the utility of combining NASA EOS with other geospatial data in assessing, monitoring, and restoring of coastal ecosystems in Louisiana. This methodology also provides a useful template for other ecological forecasting and coastal restoration applications.

  1. Charles Bernard Puestow (1902-1973): American surgeon and commander of the 27th Evacuation Hospital during the Second World War.

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    Bosmia, Anand N; Christein, John D

    2017-08-01

    Dr. Charles Bernard Puestow (1902-1973) was an American surgeon who is well known for developing the longitudinal pancreaticojejunostomy, which is known as the "Puestow procedure" in his honor. Puestow served in the American military during the Second World War and commanded the 27th Evacuation Hospital, which provided medical and surgical services to wounded individuals in Europe and North Africa. In 1946, he founded the surgical residency training program at the Hines Veterans Hospital, which was the first such program in the United States based at a veterans hospital.

  2. Complementary effect of fibrinogen and rFVIIa on clotting ex vivo in Bernard-Soulier syndrome and combined use during three deliveries

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    Palsson, Ragnar; Vidarsson, Brynjar; Gudmundsdottir, Brynja R

    2014-01-01

    Women with Bernard-Soulier syndrome (BSS) are considered to be at high risk of serious bleeding during childbirth. Due to the frequently occurring platelet transfusion refractoriness, alternative prophylactic therapy is required. Using rotational thromboelastometry, we evaluated the whole blood...... coagulation profile of a pregnant woman with BSS before and after spiking ex vivo with different concentrations of recombinant activated factor VII (rFVIIa) and fibrinogen. As experiments suggested improved clotting with clinically applicable concentrations of both agents in a complementary manner...... effects were observed during these three deliveries. Our observations suggest that rFVIIa combined with fibrinogen may provide a beneficial clinical hemostatic effect partly by separate but complementary mechanisms....

  3. Discourse of Dissent: Bernard Acworth, the British Anti-Oil Movement and the Royal Navy's Use of Fuels, 1927--1937

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    Wereley, Ian Fraser

    This thesis investigates the interwar expressions of resistance to the use of oil by the British Royal Navy in the period 1927-1937. In particular, it examines the work of Captain Bernard Acworth and the South Wales Back to Coal Movement. It uses a critical geopolitics approach to analyse the ways in which the anti-oil critique framed the social, political, economic and military consequences of Britain's entry into the age of oil; the methods that were used by Acworth and the Back to Coal Movement to give voice to their dissent, and the reception given to their message by official and popular audiences.

  4. Esprit, de novembre 1940 à août 1941. Reproduction intégrale présentée et annotée par Bernard Comte, Paris, éditions Esprit, 2004, 1215 p.

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    2010-01-01

    Ces 1200 pages annotées et présentées avec méthode et érudition par Bernard Comte sont beaucoup plus qu’un recueil de documents. C’est d’abord un réflexe d’historien face à une lancinante polémique piégée par les attaques de Zeev Sternhell, Bernard-Henri Lévy ou Marc Fumarolli, qui, par des biais divers, ont tous instruit le procès d’Emmanuel Mounier. Ils l’ont accusé d’être le théoricien, qui d’un ni droite ni gauche fascisant, qui d’une emprise totalitaire de l’Etat sur la culture. Bernard ...

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  6. Bernard-Soulier Syndrome

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    ... Inheritance of Hemophilia Definitions & Terminology Bleeding Symptoms Carrier Diagnosis When to Test for Carrier Status Family Planning and Pregnancy Conception Options Prenatal Diagnosis Fetal Sex ...

  7. [Claude Bernard and the Comptes Rendus de la Société de Biologie: the movie of the physiological revolution by him who made it (1849-1878)].

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    Hainaut, Jean

    2009-01-01

    Claude Bernard presented most of his fundamental results to the Société de Biologie, including proof of the modulation of the nervous system by the internal micromilieu. However, he did not describe the principle of a stable internal milieu as a condition for free life. Physiology, which is a part of biology, was not founded on cellular biology. Rather, Claude Bernard considered chemistry, anatomy and histology as the necessary auxiliary sciences for physiology. His articles are direct pictures, and not isolated ones, despite possible limitations, from a pre-montage movie of the physiological revolution he thought he had initiated, but not finished.

  8. Mälukultuur ja moraalne tunnistus: Teise maailmasõja mäletamine Bernard Kangro Tartu-romaanides / Memory Culture and Moral Witness. Remembering the Second World War in Bernard Kangro's Tartu novels

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    Maarja Hollo

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    Full Text Available This article deals with how remembering the Second World War is conveyed in Bernard Kangro’s last three Tartu novels, The Stone Bridge (1963, The Black Book (1965 and Whirlfire (1969. The Second World War is a memory topos that has, more than anything else, divided the memory politics of European countries. If memory politics in Western Europe is focused predominantly on condemning Nazi crimes, primarily the Holocaust, then Eastern Europe, in addition to the legacy of Nazism, has to deal with the additional criminal legacy of Communism. To bridge the gap between Eastern and Western European nations’ collective memories, discussions started in 1990 about the European memory that should help form the basis for a unified European identity. In the opinion of Jan-Werner Müller, European memory assumes one of two processes. The first is linked to unifying the stances toward memory politics of various European nations; the second with unifying the contents of various collective memories. Although Kangro’s last three Tartu novels are among the peripheral works of Estonian cultural memory, they nevertheless deal with themes that have become relevant in the twenty-first century, on the one hand linking collective memory and national memory politics, and on the other hand, addressing the concept of European memory. Using Kangro’s Tartu novels, I first analyse the problematic aspects of national memory politics as they relate to remembering the Second World War in Estonia. Secondly, I point out the implicit criticism in the Tartu novels of the more inflexible and homogenizing form of European memory. For this I focus more closely on the formative stories of three characters – Benno Maran, Naatan Üirike and Juku Leebram. Benno Maran is one of the narrating voices in these novels, together with an anonymous narrator, an italicized narrator from a different time, and another character, named August September. Quotes from Benno’s diary dating from

  9. Early Paleozoic U-Pb age of zircons from meta-granophyres f the Grand-Saint-Bernard nappe (zona interna, Aosta Valley, Italy); Age paleozoique inferieur (U-Pb sur zircon) de metagranophyres de la nappe du Grand-Saint-Bernard (zona interna, Vallee d'Aoste, Italie)

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    Bertrand, J.M. [Laboratoire de Geodynamique des Chaines Alpines, LGCA, Campus Scientifique, 73 - Le Bourget-du-Lac (France)

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    The U-Pb age of a meta-granophyre from the Val de Rhemes (Brianconnais basement of the Aosta valley) of 511{+-}9 Ma suggests that the micaschists which dominate the pre-alpine basement of the Grand-Saint-Bernard Nappe are, in part, of Early Paleozoic age. The Brianconnais domain is characterized by a Cambrian to Ordovician alkalineto sub-alkaline (monzonitic) magmatism, similar in age to orthogneisses known in other parts of the Variscan belt and generally interpreted as related to an extensional event. (authors)

  10. De-complessificazione della vita e "costruzione" del metodo tra condizioni fisico-chimiche e manifestazioni vitali. Alcune note sulla fisiologia di Claude Bernard

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    Full Text Available In this paper we intend to analyze the devices and conceptual strategies fielded by Claude Bernard, trying to figure out what was the contribution of the physiologist to the life sciences and vitalistic metaphysics of our time. The basic idea is that the originality and importance of his work consists not so much in the experimental method applied to living organisms, but rather in having inserted old and new concepts within an epistemological framework expertly re‐determined. The analysis will focus on a few key points – the re‐ positioning of the dichotomy vitalism/mechanism, the question of heredity and individual variation, the analysis of the level of “latent life” and the relationship between physiology and morphology – and the horizon within which will be included will be that of the dialectic between conditions and expressions.

  11. Die Gralssuche als Sauftour: mittelalterliche Erzählstrukturen in Bernard Leonettis parodistischem Fantasy-Thriller "La Quête brestoise" (2007

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    Full Text Available Der Artikel untersucht die narrativen Parallelen zwischen roman courtois und phantastischem Thriller anhand von Bernard Leonettis „polar arthurien“ La Quête brestoise. Dabei rückt das Hauptmotiv der (Grals-Queste in den Vordergrund, das im mittelalterlichen Roman als ritterliche aventure und im Kriminalroman als actiongeladene Suche jeweils den strukturgebenden Handlungsrahmen darstellt und aufgrund des Kontrasts zwischen der früheren Lebenswelt des Protagonisten Chevalier und dem modernen Brest zahlreiche parodistische Züge erhält. Eine wichtige Rolle in der Analyse spielt ferner die Raum-Zeit-Struktur, die mit Bachtin als wunderbare Welt, in der die Zeit des Abenteuers vorherrscht, beschrieben werden kann und demnach derjenigen des höfischen Romans ähnelt: Beim letzten Gefecht, welches auf einer Yacht ausgetragen wird, die im Inneren eine Steingrotte birgt, scheint die Zeit stillzustehen und eigenen – phantastischen – Gesetzen zu unterliegen.

  12. Voicing your Voice: The Fiction of a Life. Early Twelfth-Century Letter Collections and the Case of Bernard of Clairvaux

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    Full Text Available In following the evolution of the ordering principles of letter collections of the eleventh and twelfth centuries, this contribution tries to demonstrate that a corpus epistolarum is much more than a collection of individual missives. The collection as a whole has a message to convey. Careful analysis of the arrangement of the letters and of the different accents it creates does not perhaps teach the modern reader much about events of the time but it does have a great deal to teach him or her about the compilers' qualities and the messages they wanted to convey. The article wants to achieve this aim by presenting the epistolary collections of Gerbert d'Aurillac, Hildebert of Lavardin, and Bernard of Clairvaux.

  13. How the nerves reached the muscle: Bernard Katz, Stephen W. Kuffler, and John C. Eccles-Certain implications of exile for the development of twentieth-century neurophysiology.

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    Stahnisch, Frank W

    2017-01-01

    This article explores the work by Bernard Katz (1911-2003), Stephen W. Kuffler (1913-1980), and John C. Eccles (1903-1997) on the nerve-muscle junction as a milestone in twentieth-century neurophysiology with wider scientific implications. The historical question is approached from two perspectives: (a) an investigation of twentieth-century solutions to a longer physiological dispute and (b) an examination of a new kind of laboratory and academic cooperation. From this vantage point, the work pursued in Sydney by Sir John Carew Eccles' team on the neuromuscular junction is particularly valuable, since it contributed a central functional element to modern physiological understanding regarding the function and structure of the human and animal nervous system. The reflex model of neuromuscular action had already been advanced by neuroanatomists such as Georg Prochaska (1749-1820) in Bohemia since the eighteenth century. It became a major component of neurophysiological theories during the nineteenth century, based on the law associated with the names of François Magendie (1783-1855) in France and Charles Bell (1774-1842) in Britain regarding the functional differences of the sensory and motor spinal nerves. Yet, it was not until the beginning of the twentieth century that both the histological and the neurophysiological understanding of the nerve-muscle connection became entirely understood and the chemical versus electrical transmission further elicited as the mechanisms of inhibition. John C. Eccles, Bernard Katz, and Stephen W. Kuffler helped to provide some of the missing links for modern neurophysiology. The current article explores several of their scientific contributions and investigates how the context of forced migration contributed to these interactions in contingently new ways.

  14. Efeitos das Correntes diadinâmicas de Bernard sobre a nociceptividade e edema no trauma tendíneo de ratos

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    Jhenifer Karvat

    Full Text Available INTRODUÇÃO: O tratamento fisioterapêutico é utilizado para minimizar prejuízos do processo inflamatório. Destaca-se o uso da eletroterapia, sendo as Correntes diadinâmicas de Bernard (CDB um dos recursos possíveis, porém com poucas evidências na literatura. OBJETIVO: Analisar os efeitos das CDB sobre a nociceptividade e edema no trauma tendíneo de ratos. MATERIAIS E MÉTODOS: A amostra foi composta por 18 ratos Wistar, divididos em: grupo controle (GC; grupo do polo negativo (GP-; e grupo do polo positivo (GP+. Os animais tiveram seu tendão calcâneo direito, traumatizado com energia de 0,4 J. Para avaliar a nociceptividade, utilizou-se o analgesímetro digital tipo "Von Frey", o qual se aplicou no tendão lesado. E para avaliar o edema utilizou-se um paquímetro. O tratamento foi realizado com as correntes DF, CP e LP (3 minutos cada, diariamente, em cindo sessões de terapia. RESULTADOS: Na avaliação da nociceptividade, houve diferença significativa com o momento pós-lesão, somente nas duas últimas avaliações no GP+. Na avaliação do edema obteve-se retorno aos valores basais apenas para GP+. CONCLUSÃO: Somente o polo positivo das diadinâmicas de Bernard foi eficaz em diminuir a nociceptividade e o edema em ratos submetidos a trauma no tendão de calcâneo.

  15. «Les derniers jours de Charles Baudelaire», de Bernard-Henri Levy: l’écriture comme traversée d’une oeuvre

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    Full Text Available Em seu romance Les derniers jours de Charles Baudelaire, Bernard-Henri Lévy tenta penetrar, mesclando procedimentos ficcionais e biográficos, o silêncio que marcou o fim da vida do poeta. Para fazê-lo, ele atravessa os textos que se nodulam em torno do nome Charles Baudelaire, o que culmina não somente numa leitura original desses textos, mas sobretudo num romance autônomo e numa provocante interrogação sobre a própria literatura. Proponho-me a recolocar, a partir de uma articulação entre as categorias de Sujeito da Escritura e Perversão (Père-version, algumas reflexões teóricas que se deixam entrever ao longo da travessia de Lévy, privilegiando aquelas que giram em torno do ato de escrever e dos direitos de paternidade da obra literária.Dans son roman Les derniers jours de Charles Baudelaire, Bernard-Henri Lévy essaie de pénétrer, en entremêlant des procedés fictionnels et biographiques, le silence qui a marque la fin de la vie du poète. Pour ce faire, il traverse les textes qui se nouent autour du nom Charles Baudelaire, ce qui aboutit non seulement à une lecture originale de ces textes, mais surtout à un roman autonome et à une interrogation provocante sur la littérature elle-même. Je me propose de démêler et de reposer, à partir d’une articulation entre les catégories de Sujet de l’Écriture et Père-version, quelques-unes des réflexions théoriques qui se laissent sous-entendre le long de la traversée de Lévy, en privilégiant celles qui tournent autour de l’acte d’écrire et des droits de paternité de l’oeuvre littéraire.

  16. Discutindo sobre o fracasso escolar na perspectiva de Bernard Charlot: em foco uma escola pública paulista de educação básica

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    Renato Bellotti Senicato

    2014-08-01

    Full Text Available This article is the result of a research project funded by CNPq / CAPES period of 2013-2014, developed in a school serving students from elementary education II and high school. The project aims to understand aspects of the training of readers and writers in the elementary school, since it is concerned with the admission of students not literate in the sixth year. As part of the wider project developed a research project to understand how Bernard Charlot comprises a school, place of training of young people, since for him is in relation with the knowledge that ubjects participating in different modes of the process social reproduction signifying their school experience and transforming itself. Methodologically, the Lessons Collective Pedagogical Work with teachers and classes that involved working with reading and writing were audio recorded during the year 2013 so they could be analyzed. We also take as material for analysis electronic correspondence exchanged between teachers and researchers, as well as the materials posted on social networks of which we were part. In this paper, we question the subtle interface between assessments and large-scale production of school failure relating it to media fanfare. Points to resistance from educators to current accountability policies in education, which cross the pedagogical work "tying" the curriculum does not always mean a certain school communities to certain contents. It is noteworthy, in this process, the importance of collective work in lieu of the prescriptive official determinations.

  17. Review of Case Studies for Quantitative Reasoning: A Casebook of Media Articles by Bernard L. Madison, Stuart Boersma, Caren L. Diefenderfer, and Shannon W. Dingman

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    Full Text Available Bernard L. Madison, Stuart Boersma, Caren L. Diefenderfer, and Shannon W. Dingman. Case Studies for Quantitative Reasoning: A Casebook of Media Articles (Pearson Learning Solutions, 2012. 215 pp. ISBN 9781256512875. Concisely organized and timely to a tee, Case Studies for Quantitative Reasoning contains a wealth of articles and exercises to promote higher-order thinking in any course where quantitative literacy is a goal. The text is a self-contained package complete with just enough mathematics to ensure that all students can join in. It contains a total of twenty-four case studies, each of which highlights how numbers appear in day-to-day media. The text is broken into six broad mathematical topics, each of which includes any background mathematics necessary for reading. Each individual study includes warm-up exercises and follow-up questions that demand critical thinking. Notwithstanding the elementary mathematics prerequisite to read the text, the topics and questions are sufficiently challenging to keep a class – and accompanying instructor – engaged for an entire semester.

  18. Deletion of human GP1BB and SEPT5 is associated with Bernard-Soulier syndrome, platelet secretion defect, polymicrogyria, and developmental delay.

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    Bartsch, Ingrid; Sandrock, Kirstin; Lanza, Francois; Nurden, Paquita; Hainmann, Ina; Pavlova, Anna; Greinacher, Andreas; Tacke, Uta; Barth, Michael; Busse, Anja; Oldenburg, Johannes; Bommer, Martin; Strahm, Brigitte; Superti-Furga, Andrea; Zieger, Barbara

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    The bleeding disorder Bernard-Soulier syndrome (BSS) is caused by mutations in the genes coding for the platelet glycoprotein GPIb/IX receptor. The septin SEPT5 is important for active membrane movement such as vesicle trafficking and exocytosis in non-dividing cells (i.e. platelets, neurons). We report on a four-year-old boy with a homozygous deletion comprising not only glycoprotein Ibβ (GP1BB) but also the SEPT5 gene, located 5' to GP1BB. He presented with BSS, cortical dysplasia (polymicrogyria), developmental delay, and platelet secretion defect. The homozygous deletion of GP1BB and SEPT5, which had been identified by PCR analyses, was confirmed by Southern analyses and denaturing HPLC (DHPLC). The parents were heterozygous for this deletion. Absence of GPIbβ and SEPT5 proteins in the patient's platelets was illustrated using transmission electron microscopy. Besides decreased GPIb/IX expression, flow cytometry analyses revealed impaired platelet granule secretion. Because the bleeding disorder was extremely severe, the boy received bone marrow transplantation (BMT) from a HLA-identical unrelated donor. After successful engraftment of BMT, he had no more bleeding episodes. Interestingly, also his mental development improved strikingly after BMT. This report describes for the first time a patient with SEPT5 deficiency presenting with cortical dysplasia (polymicrogyria), developmental delay, and platelet secretion defect.

  19. The art of Bernard Palissy (1510-1590): influence of firing conditions on the microstructure of iron-coloured high-lead glazes

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    Roisine, Gauthier; Capobianco, Natan; Caurant, Daniel; Wallez, Gilles; Bouquillon, Anne; Majérus, Odile; Cormier, Laurent; Gilette, Solène; Gerbier, Aurélie

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    During the French Renaissance, a well-known ceramist, Bernard Palissy (1510-1590), succeeded to create amazing lead-glazed ceramics, the recipe of which he kept totally secret. The present study is a first step to try to understand the process of manufacture of Palissy's honey iron-coloured high-lead aluminosilicate glazes through examination of both ancient glazes—discovered in Palissy's workshop (Paris, garden of Tuileries), during archaeological excavations—and replicate glazes of similar composition prepared in the laboratory from raw materials mixtures under controlled conditions (different firing temperatures T_p and cooling rates). These replicate glazes were characterised by X-ray diffraction (XRD) and scanning electron microscopy coupled with energy-dispersive spectroscopy (SEM-EDS). According to laboratory experimentations, three iron-rich crystalline phases are likely to be formed in the glaze after firing (hematite {Fe2O3}, melanotekite {Pb2Fe2Si2O9} and magnetoplumbite PbFe_{12}O_{19}) and their nature, abundance and microstructure strongly depend on both temperature T_p and cooling rate. Comparing the microstructures of replicate glazes and authentic Palissy's glazes allowed to better understand the artist technique in terms of firing process: he would have probably fired most of his production around 1000°C, above liquidus temperature, and would have used a reasonably fast cooling rate (faster than 5° C/h), which enables both to melt all raw materials and to prevent crystallisation during cooling.

  20. Claude Bernard Distinguished Lecture. Becoming a truly helpful teacher: considerably more challenging, and potentially more fun, than merely doing business as usual.

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    Jason, Hilliard

    2007-12-01

    Few medical faculty members are adequately prepared for their instructional responsibilities. Our educational traditions were established before we had research-based understandings of the teaching-learning process and before brain research began informing our understandings of how humans achieve lasting learning. Yet, there are several advantages you may have. If your expertise is at one of the frontiers of human biology, your teaching can be inherently fascinating to aspiring health professionals. If your work has implications for human health, you have another potential basis for engaging future clinicians. And, thanks to Claude Bernard's influence, you likely are "process oriented," a necessary mindset for being an effective teacher. There are also challenges you may face. Your medical students will mostly become clinicians. Unless you can help them see connections between your offerings and their future work, you may not capture and sustain their interest. To be effective, teachers, like clinicians, need to be interactive, make on-the-spot decisions, and be "emotional literate." If you aren't comfortable with these demands, you may have work to do toward becoming a truly helpful teacher. Program changes may be needed. Might your program need to change 1) from being adversarial and controlling to being supportive and trust based or 2) from mainly dispensing information to mainly asking and inviting questions? In conclusion, making changes toward becoming a truly helpful teacher can bring benefits to your students while increasing your sense of satisfaction and fulfillment as a teacher. If you choose to change, be gentle with yourself, as you should be when expecting your students to make important changes.

  1. Olive trees protected from the olive bark beetle, Phloeotribus scarabaeoides (Bernard 1788) (Coleoptera, Curculionidae, Scolytinae) with a pyrethroid insecticide: Effect on the insect community of the olive grove.

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    Ruano, Francisca; Campos, Mercedes; Sánchez-Raya, A Juan; Peña, Aránzazu

    2010-06-01

    Field studies were performed in two successive years, 2005 and 2006, in different olive groves of the province of Granada (South-eastern Spain) by spraying olive trees (Olea europaea) with a pyrethroid insecticide, deltamethrin, for the control of the olive bark beetle Phloeotribus scarabaeoides (Bernard 1788) (Coleoptera, Curculionidae, Scolytinae). Three olive groves received each year three treatments in June consisting of water (control) and two insecticide doses, which were halved the second year. From June to September six olives trees per site were inspected every 15d for feeding galleries in olive branches; the arthropods, collected in traps placed below the olive trees (three traps per site), were identified and counted. Results show that feeding galleries were significantly reduced, what proves that the pyrethroid insecticide efficiently protected the olive trees from the olive bark beetle with a single application and even at the lower dose employed in 2006. Some repellent effect may occur as deduced from the number of P. scarabaeoides individuals captured. Other individuals from the insect community were also affected to a great extent by insecticide application, though no statistical differences were found among the treatments due to the high variability in insect captures. Among the parasitoids, Scelionidae, Encyrtidae, Eurytomidae and Pteromalidae were captured in great numbers. Mirids were the predators whose numbers drastically increased in traps placed under the treated trees, while spiders and ants were less affected. A knock-down effect was noticed for some insect groups, for instance mirids and Euphyllura olivina. Approximately 80% of their captures corresponded to the first date of sampling after insecticide application. 2010 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

  2. The Grand St Bernard-Briançonnais Nappe System and the Paleozoic Inheritance of the Western Alps Unraveled by Zircon U-Pb Dating

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    Bergomi, M. A.; Dal Piaz, G. V.; Malusà, M. G.; Monopoli, B.; Tunesi, A.

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    The continental crust involved in the Alpine orogeny was largely shaped by Paleozoic tectono-metamorphic and igneous events during oblique collision between Gondwana and Laurussia. In order to shed light on the pre-Alpine basement puzzle disrupted and reamalgamated during the Tethyan rifting and the Alpine orogeny, we provide sensitive high-resolution ion microprobe U-Pb zircon and geochemical whole rock data from selected basement units of the Grand St Bernard-Briançonnais nappe system in the Western Alps and from the Penninic and Lower Austroalpine units in the Central Alps. Zircon U-Pb ages, ranging from 459.0 ± 2.3 Ma to 279.1 ± 1.1 Ma, provide evidence of a complex evolution along the northern margin of Gondwana including Ordovician transtension, Devonian subduction, and Carboniferous-to-Permian tectonic reorganization. Original zircon U-Pb ages of 371 ± 0.9 Ma and 369.3 ± 1.5 Ma, from calc-alkaline granitoids of the Grand Nomenon and Gneiss del Monte Canale units, provide the first compelling evidence of Late Devonian orogenic magmatism in the Alps. We propose that rocks belonging to these units were originally part of the Moldanubian domain and were displaced toward the SW by Late Carboniferous strike-slip faulting. The resulting assemblage of basement units was disrupted by Permian tectonics and by Mesozoic opening of the Alpine Tethys. Remnants of the Moldanubian domain became either part of the European paleomargin (Grand Nomenon unit) or part of the Adriatic paleomargin (Gneiss del Monte Canale unit), to be finally accreted into the Alpine orogenic wedge during the Cenozoic.

  3. Em foco uma escola pública paulista de educação básica discussing on school failure in view of Bernard Charlot: in focus a public school of basic education paulista

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    This article is the result of a research project funded by CNPq / CAPES period of 2013-2014, developed in a school serving students from elementary education II and high school. The project aims to understand aspects of the training of readers and writers in the elementary school,  since it is concerned with the admission of students not literate in the sixth year. As part of the wider project developed a research project to understand how Bernard Charlot comprises a school, place of training...

  4. Book Reviews | Bernard | African Zoology

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    Abstract. Book Review 1. Book Title: The Physiology of Reproduction. Book Authors: Editors-in-Chief: E. Knobil, & J.D. Kneill. Raven Press, 1988. 2633 pages. Book Review 2. Book Title: Long-term Studies in Ecology: Approaches and Alternatives. Book Author: Gene E. Likens. Springer-Verlag, New York, 1988. 214 pages ...

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    19 mai 2017 ... réelles des protagonistes. Pour Diangitukwa, comme dans la palabre africaine, la gouvernance démocratique délibérative cherche à prendre des décisions, résoudre des conflits, produire des biens publics, coordonner les comporte- ments privés, réguler les marchés, organiser les élections, extraire les.

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    Book Review 1. Book Title: Reproductive Energetics in Mammals. Book Authors: A.S.I. Loudon & P.A. Racey (Eds.) Zoological Society of London Symposia 57, ... Book Title: The evolutionary ecology of ant-plant mutualisms. Book Author: Andrew J. Beattie. Cambridge University Press 182 pp. Book Review 6. Book Title: The ...

  7. “Littérature d’aveu” et prise en charge des valeurs dans Ennemis publics de Michel Houellebecq et Bernard-Henri Lévy Assuming Values in “Confession Literature”: Ennemis publics by Michel Houellebecq and Bernard-Henri Lévy

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    Full Text Available L’échange épistolaire n’est pas le seul cadre discursif où l’on peut observer la façon dont des croyances axiologiques se trouvent justifiées. Quels avantages a-t-il pu présenter aux yeux des deux auteurs d’Ennemis publics, le philosophe Bernard-Henri Lévy et le romancier Michel Houellebecq ? La prise en charge de vérités autobiographiques et la notion de « littérature d’aveu » occupent une place centrale parmi ces avantages : elles nous permettront de problématiser la question de la lettre, « laboratoire de valeurs ». Le questionnement éthique auquel ils se livrent les incite ainsi à s’interroger sur leurs conceptions de la nature du sujet, de la responsabilité, de l’engagement et de l’action. On analysera, chemin faisant, quelques tropes spécifiques de leurs « visions du monde » antithétiques et on tentera de rendre compte du fait que leurs débats permettent de partager une aventure heuristique qui défige leurs images publiques respectives, objets de critiques virulentes de la part de nombreux journalistes et de commentateurs. L’évocation polémique de ces critiques joue certes un rôle important dans Ennemis publics, mais elle ne fera pas l’objet de cette contribution. On tentera ici de démontrer que cette correspondance met en œuvre et concrétise quelques-uns des concepts et des questionnements majeurs inhérents à la réflexion philosophique sur l’éthique.The epistolary genre is not the only discursive framework in which the justification of axiological beliefs can be observed and analyzed. Asking why it was selected by the authors of Ennemis publics, philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy and novelist Michel Houellebecq, will enable us to present different aspects of their respective attitude towards the accountability for autobiographical truths. The ethical issues in which they indulge allow them to confront their own conception of the nature of the subject, of responsibility, of

  8. Entre fabrication de Soi et défense de l’Autre : discours de Bernard-Henri Lévy à l’occasion de l’affaire Strauss-Kahn

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    Full Text Available The purpose of the paper is to analyze a discourse (via the ethos and pathos concepts published by the French philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy to defend his friend Dominique Strauss-Kahn when the DSK sex affair appeared on May 2011. This analysis presents how persuasive discourse, while defending the accused (DSK, becomes a tool used to create the image of the defendant of the accused (BHL as the intellectualist that fights for social justice. This strongly emphasized ethos creates natural imbalance – the one that talks become more important than the one who is the subject of his speech. This effect is strengthened by the emotional impact – pathos is built upon the feeling of indignation.

  9. Bernard Friot, Émanciper le travail. Entretiens avec Patrick Zech, La Dispute, coll. « Travail et Salariat », 2014, 151 p.

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    Avec ce nouvel opuscule, Bernard Friot aura signé à ce jour cinq ouvrages à La Dispute. Le premier, Et la cotisation sociale créera l’emploi, en 1999, a fait connaître l’auteur au public, inaugurant ce que d’aucuns baptiseront les « curieuses thèses de B. Friot ». Et, à n’en pas douter, l’appareillage théorique de l’auteur, la transmutation conceptuelle qu’il propose de la notion de valeur économique en particulier, sont de nature à susciter quelques perplexités, sinon embarras chez le lecteu...

  10. Convertir/se convertir. Regards croisés sur l’histoire des missions chrétiennes, sous la direction de Jan Borm, Bernard Cotret et Jean-François Zorn, Paris, Nolin, 2006, 202 p.

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    L’ouvrage réunit onze communications dont Jan Borm et Bernard Cottret assurent la présentation tandis que  Jean-François Zorn, historien et théologien des missions protestantes, fournit dans sa conclusion une vision d’ensemble synthétique et suggestive. L’ambition était de procéder à une comparaison entre approches catholiques et protestantes, et à croiser démarche historique et théologique. Il en résulte des communications dont on apprécie la qualité d’analyse et la diversité des points de v...

  11. Mäletamine ja nostalgia Karl Ristikivi romaanis „Kõik, mis kunagi oli” ning Bernard Kangro Joonatani -romaanides. Remembering and Nostalgia in Karl Ristikivi`s novel „All that Once Was” and Bernard Kangro’s Joonatan-novels

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    Full Text Available Research on the phenomenon of nostalgia has been notably shaped by the interest taken by sociologists, historians, and ethnologists in the ways of remembering past events and the impact of these ways of reminiscence on different communities of memory. This article considers remembering in a narrower sense, focusing on the modes of expression of individual memory, that is, on nostalgia. More specifically, nostalgia is defined as a conglomeration of feelings, images and interpretations that accompany individual remembering; the contradictions between these elements reflect the tensions inherent in remembering. The purpose of the article is first to emphasize ways in which remembering is represented in the works of two Estonian writers who went into exile during World War II; second, differences among their novels which thematize remembering, and third, how these works communicate today, in the context of recent polemics around memory. Karl Ristikivi’s novel „All that Once Was” (Kõik, mis kunagi oli”, 1946, was his first work to be published in exile, and the first volume of a dilogy set in Estonia, which the writer had already planned before fleeing Estonia. The first volume of Bernard Kangro’s Joonatan trilogy was published in 1971, and the last in 1973 – a period of creative crisis for Kangro, in which his prose writing undergoes significant change. In the works of both Ristkivi and Kangro, remembering and nostalgia are inextricably bound together. In Ristikivi’s novel, the connections emerge through the parallel representation of remembering, events in historical time, and the writing of history; in Kangro’s novels, in the force field of remembering and events in historical time. Ristikivi’s novel is set a few months before the conclusion of the Molotov- Ribbentrop pact in August, 1939. The novel’s focus, however, is not on the historical events themselves, but rather on how characters experience and interpret their own

  12. Relações do trágico em Combate de Negro e de Cães de Bernard-Marie Koltès: da teoria à prática

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    Lucas Ribeiro Galho

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    Full Text Available O presente trabalho tem por objetivo analisar e discutir o texto Combate de negro e de cães (1979, de Bernard-Marie Koltès, buscando entendê-lo como um exemplar trágico no fim do século XX. A partir da investigação acerca dos componentes dramáticos que conferem tragicidade à peça, bem como dos elementos propulsores do trágico na atualidade, tentar-se-á estabelecer um diálogo breve e inicial entre o texto (objeto de estudo do autor no trabalho de conclusão do curso de Teatro-Licenciatura da Universidade Federal de Pelotas e a montagem do espetáculo Combate: corpos mortos, vivos e por vir, realizado pelo “Laboratório de Dramaturgismo e Direção Rotativa de Cenas” da referida instituição, coordenado pelas professoras Dra. Fernanda Vieira Fernandes e Ma. Maria Amélia Gimmler Netto. Apoiada na obra de Koltès e abordando temas pertinentes para a sociedade contemporânea, a encenação institui o racismo e o machismo como seus motores dramáticos, estabelecendo-os como importante pauta de debate.

  13. Dos habitus de classe aos patrimônios individuais de disposições: reflexões sobre a prática em Pierre Bourdieu e Bernard Lahire

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    Full Text Available Resumo O presente trabalho visa analisar as contribuições teóricas de Pierre Bourdieu e Bernard Lahire na construção de uma sociologia da prática, destacando o esforço dos autores em superar as dicotomias que dividem as principais correntes sociológicas - entre objetivismo e subjetivismo, indivíduo e sociedade. Para tanto, serão apresentados os caminhos traçados pelos autores para pensar a agência humana, através de uma teoria disposicional da ação, que enfatiza os habitus de classe ou as disposições individuais. Por fim, discutiremos os avanços e limites observados nessas perspectivas na apreensão de questões centrais da teoria social contemporânea, como a capacidade reflexiva dos atores e seu papel na reprodução/transformação do mundo social. Essa análise permite questionar em que medida os autores conseguem superar as referidas dicotomias, uma vez que terminam por enfatizar o peso do social sobre as condutas individuais.

  14. Feasibility Study of Anaerobic Digestion of Food Waste in St. Bernard, Louisiana. A Study Prepared in Partnership with the Environmental Protection Agency for the RE-Powering America's Land Initiative: Siting Renewable Energy on Potentially Contaminated Land and Mine Sites

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    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) developed the RE-Powering America's Land initiative to re-use contaminated sites for renewable energy generation when aligned with the community's vision for the site. The former Kaiser Aluminum Landfill in St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana, was selected for a feasibility study under the program. Preliminary work focused on selecting a biomass feedstock. Discussions with area experts, universities, and the project team identified food wastes as the feedstock and anaerobic digestion (AD) as the technology.

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    a. It was not argued that short hair was an inherent requirement of the job in terms of section 187(2) of the LRA. b. It was argued that short hair offered greater protection from assaults by prisoners. This was held to be unsustainable, as female wardens have long hair, which meant that they were also at risk, but no restrictions ...

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    L'objectif de cette étude est de démontrer les incidences des principaux facteurs climatiques sur la productivité des variétés de canne à sucre dans les plantations industrielles de la vallée du Niari. Les données proviennent des différentes campagnes agricoles de 2000-2001 à 2006-2007 de la Société agricole et de.

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    Les auteurs remercient le Groupe Energies Renouvelables, Environnement et Solidarité (GERES ONG) pour le financement de cette étude. RESUME. Jatropha curcas est l'une des espèces végétales identifiée dans les régions tropicales comme prometteuse pour la production d'huile végétale pure ou de biodiesel.

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    agit essentiellement de silicates contenant des cations majeurs (Na, K, Mg, Ca) susceptibles de les céder à l'eau (le quartz, le zircon, les phosphates de terres rares et les oxydes de fer mis en évidence par cette technique n'en font pas partie).

  19. Genetics Home Reference: Bernard-Soulier syndrome

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    ... easily and have an increased risk of nosebleeds (epistaxis). They may also experience abnormally heavy or prolonged ... plugging holes in the blood vessels to help stop bleeding. Most mutations in GP1BA , GP1BB , or GP9 ...

  20. Neortodoxní bourdieuovec Bernard Lahire

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    Skovajsa, Marek

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    Roč. 53, č. 1 (2017), s. 101-104 ISSN 0038-0288 Institutional support: RVO:68378025 Keywords : French sociology * social theory * Pierre Bourdieu Subject RIV: AO - Sociology, Demography Impact factor: 0.143, year: 2016

  1. Mari Trentinjan : Muzhtshina jejo smerti / Bernard Lavillier

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    Prantsuse näitlejanna Marie Trintignant'iga (41) suri 1. augustil Prantsusmaal oma elukaaslase, ansambli "Noir Desire" liidri Bertrand Cantat' poolt Vilniuses talle tekitatud trauma tagajärjel. Näitlejanna eludraama. Järgneb 5. jaan. 2004, lk. 16-18 : ill

  2. Contamination levels and preliminary assessment of the technical feasibility of employing natural attenuation in 5 priority areas of Presidente Bernardes Refinery in Cubatão, São Paulo, Brazil.

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    Schneider, René P; Morano, Sandra C; Gigena, Maria Alejandra C; Missawa, Silvia K; Rocha, Rafael C S; Da Silva, Lucimara Rodrigues; Ellert, Nelson; Kataoka, Sérgio; Katsuragi, Carlos; Rosa, Carlos Da Silva; Filho, Luiz Calixto De Oliveira

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    Five priority areas of potential impact by contaminants (API) were investigated at the Presidente Bernardes Refinery in Cubatão, São Paulo, Brazil with the following aims: (i) to identify both organic and inorganic contaminants present in soil and groundwater; (ii) to define the environmental conditions relevant for microbial activity at the site and (iii) to evaluate the feasibility of employing natural attenuation for treatment of the hydrocarbon contamination. One area (API 1) was an uncontrolled landfill, where waste materials from the refinery were deposited between 1954 and 1986, and four areas (API 4, 5, 7 and 11) were located in the operational section of the refinery. Soil contamination by regulated BTEX compounds (benzene, toluene, total xylenes) was restricted to two samples from API 1. Nonregulated ethylbenzene was detected in one soil sample from API 4, one from API 5 and two from API 1. No soil contained regulated PAH above threshold levels. Several nonregulated PAHs were found in 6 soil samples from API 1, 3 soil samples from API 4 and 1 soil sample from API 5. Site soils contained very high aluminium concentrations, but metal contamination was restricted to one soil sample from API 1, which contained nickel above threshold limits. BTEX contamination of groundwater was due mostly to benzene. Of the 17 PAH molecules tested, only naphthalene and 2-methylnaphthalene occurred in groundwater. The sum of total BTEX and total PAH exceeded 200 microg/L in only a few monitoring wells in API 4, 5 and 11 and was always below 2.640 microg/L. Be, Cd, Cr, Cu, Hg, Ni, Se, Ag, Tl and Zn were not detected in groundwater, which was contaminated in a few locations by aluminium (mostly below 1 mg/L), lead (growth, but low concentrations of N and P could become growth limiting. However, BTEX were efficiently degraded in saturated and unsaturated zone microcosms and nutrient amendments did not stimulate biodegradation rates measurably. The inorganic carbon pool in

  3. Iiri parlamendi Euroopa asjade ühiskomisjoni liikme hr. Bernard Durkani ettekanne / Bernard Durkan

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    Ilmunud ka: Proceedings of the 8th International conference Estonia and the European Union : Estonia on its way to a changing Europe : October 31-November 2, 2001. - Tallinn, lk. 69-73. EL institutsioonid peaksid enam aitama riike probleemsituatsioonide lahendamisel

  4. Bernard J. Wood Receives 2013 Harry H. Hess Medal: Response

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    Wood, Bernard J.

    2014-01-01

    President Finn, friends, and colleagues, I am truly delighted to accept the Hess Medal for 2013. It is difficult to express one's feelings adequately on receipt of such a prestigious award, but a mixture of pride, humility, and thankfulness for a long and lucky career all occur. It did not start propitiously as my high school grades would only ensure undergraduate entry into the Northern Polytechnic, a second-tier institution in London. Nevertheless, I was enthused by several great teachers, including John Charalambous (inorganic chemistry) and Stephen Morel, a field geologist who had worked for many years in Malawi. They pushed me into trying for graduate school, and I was fortunate to find the eclectic Roger Strens my supervisor at Newcastle.

  5. Maxillofacial soft tissue injuries in Nairobi, Kenya | Bernard | East ...

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    East African Medical Journal. Journal Home · ABOUT THIS JOURNAL · Advanced Search · Current Issue · Archives · Journal Home > Vol 89, No 9 (2012) >. Log in or Register to get access to full text downloads. Username, Password, Remember me, or Register · Download this PDF file. The PDF file you selected should ...

  6. 473-IJBCS-Article-Dr Bernard Ossey Yapo

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    La qualité des eaux de puits à usages domestiques dans les quartiers précaires de quatre communes de la ville d'Abidjan a été étudiée à travers l'analyse des paramètres physico-chimiques et microbiologiques couramment utilisés pour la qualité de l'eau de consommation. Les concentrations en nitrates varient entre 0 et.

  7. Bernard Bekink's principles of South African Local Government Law ...

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  8. George Bernard Shaw's "Androcles and the Lion": A Postmodernist Study

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    Hooti, Noorbakhsh; Jeihouni, Mojtaba

    2012-01-01

    This study makes an attempt to analyze the manifold aspects of Shaw's "Androcles and the Lion" on a postmodernist standpoint, meanwhile, demonstrates the dominion of modernism, which is portrayed through the vehicle of comedy with a bitter ironic language through the play. Regardless of the historical period in which the play occurs, the…

  9. Bernard Guerrien, La théorie des jeux

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    Bien mal intitulée théorie des jeux et du comportement économique – selon le titre de l’ouvrage fondateur publié en 1953 par John von Neumann et Oskar Morgenstern –, cette théorie a pour objet le choix des individus en interaction. Il faut entendre ici le terme « jeu » comme un ensemble de contraintes assorties d’un enjeu, et non au sens premier d’activité symbolique ayant pour fin le plaisir. Chaque joueur, on devrait dire partenaire, y recherche l’optimisation de son gain – ce qui lui octro...

  10. 844-IJBCS-Article-Prof Bernard Packa T

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    ans, ont été soumis à deux tests d'évaluation de puissance anaérobie maximale alactique (test de. Sargent) et lactique (test de Wingate). ... décours de l'exercice chez les footballeurs fumeurs. MATERIEL ET METHODES. L'étude .... électronique indique la vitesse moyenne toutes les 5 secondes, et un enregistreur peut lui ...

  11. Bernard Kangro preemia anti esimest korda näidendite eest / Liina Valper

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    3. oktoobril andis Võru maavanem Ülo Tuulik kirjanik Jan Rahmanile üle tänavuse Bernhard Kangro preemia. Esimest korda anti kirjandusauhind näidendite, sel suvel esietendunud võrukeelsete lavalugude "Painaja" ja "Sõit" eest

  12. A contribuição de Claude Bernard à ecologia médica

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    Full Text Available Claude Bemard realizou importante contribuição à Ecologia Médica quando propôs o conceito de "meio interior". Além de permitir a compreensão dos processos fisiológicos fundamentais, constituiu o ponto de partida para o estudo da ecologia endógena dos organismos. Como Shelford e Chapman notaram, nesse nível, a ecologia e a fisiologia têm muito em comum. No nível individual, a ecologia médica preocupa-se com o estudo das relações entre o homem e a microbiota endógena. Claude Bemard identificou os fatores abióticos do meio interno, na época em que Pasteur e Koch identificavam e descreviam os componentes bióticos do microecossistema endógeno.Claude Bemard made an important contribution to medical ecology when he estabíished the concept of "milieu intárieur" - as opposed to that of the external environment. This conception should be viewed not only as a major step for the understanding of physiological processes and homeostasis, but also as a starting point for the study of the endogenous ecology of individual organisms. As Shelford and Chapman have pointed out independentiy, at this level, ecology and physiology have much in common. Medical ecology, at the individual level, involves the study of the interrelationships of man and his individual microbiota. Claude Bemard identified the abiotic factors of the internal environment, at a time when Pasteur and Koch where engaged in the identification and description of the biotic components of the internal ecosystem.

  13. "The Elephant in the Dark Room": Merrick and Menacing Mimicry in Bernard Pomerance's "The Elephant Man"

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    Sasani, Samira

    2015-01-01

    This paper tries to look at Pomerance's "The Elephant Man," from a new perspective from which no critic has investigated the play, before. Applying postcolonial theory of Homi K. Bhabha to the play, the author scrutinizes how "mimicry strategy", employed by the colonizer and the Other, can be threatening for both and how the…

  14. A little-known 3-lens Catadioptric Camera by Bernard Schmidt

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    Busch, Wolfgang; Ceragioli, Roger C.; Stephani, Walter

    2013-07-01

    The authors investigate a prototype 3-lens f/1 catadioptric camera, built in 1934 by the famous optician Bernhard Schmidt at the Hamburg-Bergedorf Observatory in Germany, where Schmidt worked before his death in 1935. The prototype is in the observatory's collection of Schmidt artifacts, but its nature was not understood before the authors' recent examination. It is an astronomical camera of a form known as 'Buchroeder-Houghton', consisting of a spherical mirror and a 3-element afocal corrector lens placed at the mirror's center of curvature. The design is named for R.A. Buchroeder and J.L. Houghton who independently published this and related forms of wide-field spherical-lens cameras after 1942. Schmidt died before he could publish his own design. The authors disassembled the prototype and measured its optical parameters. These they present together with a transmission test of the corrector lens. The authors also consider the theoretical performance of the design as built, the theory of Houghton cameras, Schmidt's possible path to his invention, and the place of the prototype in his scientific output.

  15. The 2014 Claude Bernard Distinguished Lecture: The Social Contract of Learning

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    Carroll, Robert G.

    2015-01-01

    The shift to competency-based education expands the role of the teacher from that of a provider of information and into a shaper of knowledge, skills, and attitudes. These roles are facilitated by establishing a social contract between the instructor and learner, a contract that clearly defines the rights and duties of each. Adopting greater…

  16. From Claude Bernard to the Batcave and Beyond: Using Batman as a Hook for Physiology Education

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    Zehr, E. Paul

    2011-01-01

    Communicating physiology to the general public and popularizing science can be tremendously rewarding activities. Providing relevant and compelling points of linkage, however, between the scientific experiences and the interests of the general public can be challenging. One avenue for popularizing science is to link scientific concepts to images,…

  17. Protecting St. Bernard Parish, New Orleans : Revision of the coastal defence zone

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    2007-01-01

    This document is the final report of a Master thesis research. The research was executed as cooperation between Delft University of Technology, ARCADIS and ComCoast as part of The Road and Hydraulic Engineering Institute of the Directorate-General of Public Works and Water management (RWS DWW). In

  18. An Uncertain Deterrence: Bernard Brodie, Indian Nuclear Strategy, and the Problems of Stability

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    1997-01-01

    .... The phenomenon reflected in this statement is currently manifested in India's nuclear strategy The dawn of the nuclear weapons age in 1945 gave birth to not only a new form of more powerful explosive...

  19. Fungal diversity associated to the olive moth, Prays Oleae bernard: a survey for potential entomopathogenic fungi.

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    Oliveira, Ivo; Pereira, José A; Lino-Neto, Teresa; Bento, Albino; Baptista, Paula

    2012-05-01

    Olive production is one of the main agricultural activities in Portugal. In the region of Trás-os-Montes, this crop has been considerably affected by Prays oleae. In order to evaluate the diversity of fungi on Prays oleae population of Trás-os-Montes olive orchards, larvae and pupae of the three annual generations (phyllophagous, antophagous and carpophagous) were collected and evaluated for fungal growth on their surface. From the 3,828 larvae and pupae, a high percentage of individuals exhibited growth of a fungal agent (40.6%), particularly those from the phyllophagous generation. From all the moth generations, a total of 43 species from 24 genera were identified, but the diversity and abundance of fungal species differed between the three generations. Higher diversity was found in the carpophagous generation, followed by the antophagous and phyllophagous generations. The presence of fungi displaying entomopathogenic features was highest in the phyllophagous larvae and pupae, with Beauveria bassiana as the most abundant taxa. The first report of Beauveria bassiana presence on Prays oleae could open new strategies for the biocontrol of this major pest in olive groves since the use of an already adapted species increases the guarantee of success of a biocontrol approach. The identification of antagonistic fungi able to control agents that cause major olive diseases, such as Verticillium dahliae, will benefit future biological control approaches for limiting this increasingly spreading pathogen.

  20. DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE RELATIONSHIP OF INTEGRITY AND LEADERSHIP STYLES ACCORDING TO THE MODEL OF BERNARD BASS

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    Full Text Available El objetivo de la investigación es probar empíricamente que sí existen diferencias signifi cativas en la correlación que muestra el No liderazgo, el liderazgo transaccional y el liderazgo transformacional (MLQ con la falta de integridad percibida del líder (PLIS. Además se buscó probar si había una mayor intensidad entre las relaciones de cada una de las variables de liderazgo con la integridad (T-test. Los resultados refl ejan que tanto el liderazgo transformacional como el transaccional tienen una relación directa y signifi cativa con la integridad. Se concluye también que la relación del liderazgo transformacional con la integridad es más fuerte que la relación del liderazgo transaccional con la integridad, y que el liderazgo transaccional está a su vez más relacionado con la integridad que el No liderazgo.

  1. Paavst Johannes Paulus II kanoniseerimistest / Jean-Michel Gleize, Bernard Lorber ; tõlk. Siivi Mänd

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    Gleize, Jean-Michel

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    Kanoniseerimise ajaloost, olemusest ja objektist, kanoniseerimise vaimust ja mõttest tänapeval ning arvamus II Vatikani kirikukogu järgsetele kanoniseerimistele. Järgneb Pro Fide Catholica nr 6 lk 1-6, nr 9 lk 3-9, nr 10, nr 12 lk 9-17

  2. Cultural Resources Survey of the Mississippi River Gulf Outlet Dredged Material Disposal Areas, St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana

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    Ram *y & .. w * * . ... Feature I ____ 0 10 20c I OYR l/t (ba~ck greay silt n~ddo with dome Repro I Figure 27. Plan showing Feature 1 in EU3 (16SB39...noted that the most probable source was the Citronelle Formation in the Florida Parishes. He indicated that it appears to represent a utilized stream...that the gravel probably was associated with the Citronelle Formation or High Terrace, and could have been collected in drainages such as the Amite

  3. The Balanced Scorecard as a Performance Management Tool for Third Sector Organizations: the Case of the Arthur Bernardes Foundation, Brazil

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    Ricardo Corrêa Gomes

    2009-10-01

    Full Text Available The aim of this paper is to contribute to the theory of public management by presenting empirical evidence ofusing the Balanced Scorecard for third sector organizations. The research was conducted within an interpretive paradigm using an action research strategy. Data was collected through focus group and individual interviews and analyzed using interpretation and content analysis. The main limitation of this study lies in its application to a very singular type of organization that operates as a driver to improve the efficiency and nimbleness of other public organizations, although the methods employed here are very likely to be applicable to other kinds of organizations without adversely affecting the results. The findings corroborate Kaplan and Norton’s (2001 suggestion that non-profit organizations should put customers at the top of their strategic maps. They also indicate that sponsors should be considered a strong stakeholder in the strategic plan, and need to be satisfied in order to ensure legitimacy and sustainability. Although some authors have suggested that an overall framework should be devised for an entire organization, the evidence indicates that developing a single Balanced Scorecard for each department promotes cooperation rather than competition and leads to synergy rather than fragmentation.

  4. ONE HUNDRED YEARS FROM BERNARD SPERKS DOCUMENTS (VETERINARIAN OF DISTRICT BRČKO ON LIVESTOCK INSURANCE IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

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    Petar Džaja

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    Full Text Available Although some articles on the draft proposals for insurance of animals have been considered unsustainable and professionally unjustified nowadays, it is evident that even a hundred years ago special attention was paid to it so that the authors interested in establishing the order into livestock production did write numerous papers. Recognizing the breeding of the worthless livestock, failure to seek veterinary assistance in a timely manner, failure to report on livestock diseases and deaths, and failure to always bury the carcasses, J(B Sperk wanted to solve the problem by introducing widespread obligatory insurance of livestock, be it as cheap and simple as possible. As the payment of insurance depends on the obligations of animal owners (to seek veterinary interventions in time, to register diseases and animal death in time, to bury the carcasses, etc. Sperk entertained an idea to direct the money flow from the newly established cattle insurance fund to livestock development in Bosnia and Herzegovina.Key words: livestock, insurance, Bosnia and Herzegovina

  5. François-Bernard HUYGHE, Comprendre le pouvoir stratégique des médias

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    Voici un petit livre que l’éditeur nous présente comme un manuel destiné tout autant aux étudiants qu’aux professionnels mais qui, somme toute, tient davantage du petit lexique ou du dictionnaire personnel. L’ouvrage est divisé en cinq parties, chacune étant consacrée à une question large (par exemple : « Comment se propagent les idées », « Comment fonctionnent les médias ») et se trouve composée d’une suite de dix à vingt courts articles portant sur un mot spécifique. Chaque rubrique comport...

  6. DUBOIS (Jean-Daniel), ROUSSEL (Bernard), éds., Entrer en matière. Les prologues

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    Cet ouvrage, le sixième d’une série proposée par le Centre d’Études des Religions du Livre (EPHE et CNRS), réunit 28 communications sur le thème, assez inattendu, annoncé par le titre : il s’agit, en effet, d’éclairer les enjeux et fonctions des textes liminaires d’oeuvres religieuses ou philosophiques écrits entre l’Antiquité et le XVIIe siècle. Le choix de ce large éventail chronologique, comme la diversité des œuvres concernées (des dialogues de Platon à la Bible de Port-Royal), ouvrent la...

  7. Bernard Schutz : "Fundamental physics looks forwards Space"; symposium in honour of Maurice Jacob on 27 March 1998

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    1998-01-01

    On the occasion of the 65th birthday of Maurice Jacob, his friends are organizing, together with CERN, a symposium presenting some of the scientific fields to which Maurice Jacob has made decisive contributions during his career or in which he has a

  8. Of Sheep's Pluck and Science Exhibitions: The Professional Life of Mother Bernard Towers RSM (1883-1963)

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    Collins, Jenny

    2009-01-01

    An examination of the professional lives of women science teachers presents an opportunity to consider ways in which women became "knowledge purveyors" and to reflect on the extent to which they challenged contemporary boundaries about what science women should know. An analysis of the life of a woman science teacher who was also a…

  9. Joonatani triloogia : Joonatani teekond; Joonatani öö; Joonatani armastus / Karl Ristikivi

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    Arvustus: Kangro, Bernard. Joonatan, kadunud veli. Lund : Eesti Kirjanike Kooperatiiv, 1971; Kangro, Bernard. Öö astmes X. Lund : Eesti Kirjanike Koopeatiiv, 1973; Kangro, Bernard. Puu saarel on alles. Lund : Eesti Kirjanike Kooperatiiv, 1973

  10. The Domination of Ideas and Intellectuality in Gaining the Power and Hegemony in the Play Man and Superman by George Bernard Shaw

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    Wajiran Wajiran

    2013-08-01

    Full Text Available This study aims to reveal the concept of hegemony of a drama entitled Man and Superman. The play is written by a social and political activist in which contains important lessons for social change. For that reason, the drama is regarded as a propaganda led by the author for making changes in the society. This study uses sociological theory, especially Antonio Gramsci's theory,  Hegemony. By using this theory, it is expected that the relationship between the literature and the condition of the society at that time that triggers the birth of this work as well as the author’s hopes and expectation would be understood. Through this approach, it is expected that the norms and educational values embodied in the drama would be revealed and understood.

  11. Perception of the A/H1N1 influenza pandemic and acceptance of influenza vaccination by Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 staff: A descriptive study.

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    Amour, Sélilah; Djhehiche, Khaled; Zamora, Adeline; Bergeret, Alain; Vanhems, Philippe

    2015-01-01

    We assessed the perception and attitudes of university staff, including medical school and other science specialties, toward the 2009 A/H1N1 influenza pandemic and influenza vaccination program. A cross-sectional online survey was conducted among 4,529 university personnel on October 19-20, 2009. Seven hundred (15%) employees participated in the study. Only 18% were willing to be vaccinated, men more than women (29% versus 9%, P < 0.001), and professors/researchers more than administrative/technical staff (30% vs. 6%, P < 0.001). Intention to be vaccinated was insufficient. Additional efforts are needed to improve information dissemination among university staff. Medical university personnel should receive more information to increase vaccine coverage and protect them as well as patients.

  12. Neutron beam experiments using nuclear research reactors: honoring the retirement of professor Bernard W. Wehring -II. 6. Nuclear Analytical Applications in a Semiconductor Materials Characterization Laboratory

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    Hossain, Tim Z.

    2001-01-01

    A typical semiconductor materials characterization laboratory is heavily loaded with surface analytical tools such as SEM, TEM, TXRF, secondary ion mass spectrometry (SIMS), AFM, and XPS. However, there are analytical needs that cannot be addressed by the aforementioned methods and often require a bulk analysis technique such as ICP/MS. Nuclear analytical methods can play a very important complementary role and provide advantages over nonnuclear techniques because of higher sensitivity, simplicity of sample preparation, and highly quantitative answers. An overwhelming majority of the semiconductor industry uses silicon as the base material for the integrated circuit (IC) manufacturing, and silicon, incidentally, has very favorable nuclear parameters. Silicon, for example, does not have a high neutron capture cross section; thus, matrix activity induced during a neutron irradiation is not very high, and more importantly, the half-life of the major radioisotope 31 Si is only 2.6 h. This short half-life provides a good opportunity to study induced radioactivities of other impurities such as iron, zinc, and nickel. So, neutron activation analysis (NAA) can achieve a very high sensitivity with most transition metals and other important impurities such as copper, gold, and tungsten. NAA is very complementary to other methods of analysis in providing trace-level metals analysis of both silicon wafer and non-wafer samples such as quartz parts used in the diffusion furnaces. Data from NAA of quartz materials used in the diffusion furnaces will be described. In addition, the NAA techniques such as prompt gamma activation analysis are especially useful for the analysis of bulk hydrogen. Another nuclear method, nuclear reaction analysis (NRA), has also been widely used for this purpose. With NRA, a depth profile similar to the ones obtained by SIMS can be achieved. An important nuclear analysis in the semiconductor industry is the depth profiling of boron by neutron depth profiling (NDP). Boron is widely used as the P-type dopant for silicon ICs, as well as some well-established planarization processes such as BPSG and BPTEOS. Both BPSG and BPTEOS processes are standard processes for IC manufacturing, particularly for memory devices such as the Flash memory. NDP has been an essential calibration technique for the measurement of the boron depth profile and the composition of the BPSG and BPTEOS materials. Data from recent studies of BPTEOS films by NDP were used to establish the process parameters, and subsequent in-line monitoring by wavelength dispersive spectrometry XRF. The advantages of depth profiling by NDP lie in the fact that it is a nondestructive technique and does not suffer from the matrix effect. The conventional SIMS method, on the other hand, has a charging problem with insulating materials such as silicon dioxide, and it cannot provide good interfacial analysis. NDP becomes a satisfactory complementary analysis tool for the Si/SiO 2 interfacial films. (author)

  13. "The First Twenty Years," by Bernard J. Siegel. Annual Review of Anthropology, 22 (1993, pp. 1-34, Annual Reviews, Inc, Palo Alto

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    Full Text Available After twenty years as editor of the Annual Review ofAnthropology (ARA, Professor Siegel took on a daunting task with this article. In his words, he set out to "ponder the developments in the several subfields of anthropol­ogy over this period of time, as reflected in the topics selected for review in this enterprise" (p. 8. To this end Siegel, a cultural anthropologist, mined the collective knowledge contained within twenty years of the ARA. In his presentation, he considers the intellectual developments within each of the five subdisciplines separately (he includes applied anthropology, concluding with some brief remarks on the importance of maintaining a four or five field approach to anthropology. For our purposes here, I will limit my comments to his section on archaeology.

  14. Compte rendu de Bernard Lahire, Franz Kafka. Eléments pour une théorie de la création littéraire

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    Full Text Available L’ouvrage de Lahire n’est nullement, dans l’œuvre sociologique de l’auteur, un détour, une récréation, comme c’est parfois le cas chez certains qui font une « petite pause » en se penchant sur les questions d’art et de culture. Il s’inscrit dans son programme de recherche, théorique et intensif, amorcé il y a vingt ans, qui se perpétue à un rythme qui force l’admiration. Après avoir théorisé sur les usages de l’écrit, sur l’action préréflexive, après avoir étudié des trajectoires individuelle...

  15. The Significance of the Sola Fide and the Sola Gratia in the Theology of Bernard of Clairvaux (1090-1153) and of Martin Luther (1486-1546)

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    Pedersen, Else Marie Wiberg

    2012-01-01

    Artiklen er en opdatering og nybearbejdning af en tidligere artikel om samme emne. Med inddragelse af ny forskningslitteratur underbygges tesen, at der er en kontinuitet mellem Bernhards og Luthers syn på troens og nådens betydning for frelsen,selvom der naturligvis også er en vis diskontinuitet....

  16. Hearing of Mr Bernard Bigot, general administrator of the Atomic Energy Commissariat (CEA), on the CEA missions and on Cadarache events

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    2009-01-01

    In this hearing by the Sustainable Development and Land Planning Commission of the French National Assembly, the role and missions of the CEA are presented while evoking its relationship with the State. The CEA representative evokes the various research activities in three main domains: energy, defence, information and health technologies. Then, he discusses the problem of the ageing and dismantling of some installations, notably in the plutonium Technology workshop (ATPu) in Cadarache. He describes this installation, the processes in which it is involved, the safety and security requirements, and comments the problem which occurred in this workshop (plutonium retention in glove boxes). Then he answers several questions asked by the Commission members about the way the CEA handled this incident, and about its severity. Other aspects are addressed like the importance of the nuclear industry and the role the CEA could have in the management of renewable energies at the national level

  17. Neutron beam experiments using nuclear research reactors: honoring the retirement of professor Bernard W. Wehring -II. 3. Preliminary Experiments to Determine Moisture in Carbon Composites Using PGAA

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    Charlton, W.S.; Dorsey, D.J.

    2001-01-01

    A program currently exists at the Center for Electromechanics at the University of Texas at Austin (UT) to develop large carbon composite flywheels for energy storage and retrieval in transportation and space-based systems. Development of these flywheels requires detailed assessment of the flywheel's manufacturing process for defects and de-laminations. Current procedures for detecting these flaws make use of state-of-the-art acoustic techniques, which necessitate the submersion of the test object (in this case, the flywheels) in a water bath to increase coupling between the flywheel surface and the acoustic devices. Questions have been raised concerning the effect that any moisture uptake into the flywheel may have on the strength and reliability of the test objects. To determine the moisture uptake rates for these materials, preliminary experiments have been performed at the Nuclear Engineering Teaching Laboratory of UT using prompt gamma-ray activation analysis (PGAA). Current methods for determining moisture uptake in composite materials use gravimetric techniques, which contain numerous potential sources of error. PGAA allows for direct detection of the hydrogen content of the material and when used appropriately can eliminate many of the sources of error that exist in other techniques. PGAA has been used for material analysis and for the determination of hydrogen content in metals; however, significantly less effort has been spent using PGAA for advanced carbon composites. The objective of this study was to determine if a PGAA system could be used to determine moisture uptake rates in carbon composite materials while maintaining adherence to existing moisture uptake standards. Experiments to determine the moisture uptake of carbon composites consist of soaking a sample in a controlled environment (for instance, a water bath) for a period of time and then measuring the water content of the sample. The American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) standard for moisture measurements in composite materials, in addition to numerous other procedures, consists of detailed descriptions of sample-handling requirements. These requirements are in place because of the sensitivity of the gravimetric techniques to any contamination of the sample. The standard also specifies a 15-min restriction on the time allowed for the sample to be outside of its controlled environment for the measurement to be performed. In this study, we performed moisture uptake experiments using a PGAA technique (with the sample enclosed in a helium-filled chamber) to measure the hydrogen content of two carbon composite samples. The samples (which had been soaking in humid air for an undetermined amount of time) were first measured to determine the hydrogen content. Then, one sample was baked in an oven for 10 days at 100 deg. C to remove any moisture in the sample, and the other sample was soaked in 150 ml of de-ionized water for 10 days. Following this, the samples were re-measured to again determine the hydrogen content. The prompt gamma-ray system used in these experiments consisted of a curved neutron guide at beam port 3 of the UT 1-MW TRIGA reactor, a sample positioning system, and a shielded high-purity germanium detector. Lead and Boral shielding surround the detector except for a 2-in.-diam collimated hole focused on the sample and normal to the plane of the neutron guide. The spectra are collected into 16 000 channels using a Canberra DSA-2000 multichannel analyzer system. Figure 1 plots the prompt gamma-ray spectrum acquired during the measurement of one of the samples. As can be seen, the 15-min time frame allotted for the experiment resulted in a clearly discernable hydrogen peak. In fact, the statistical uncertainty of the hydrogen peaks was generally on the order of ±2% using this measurement time. Also, it was determined through these measurements that there was an ∼17% difference between the hydrogen content of the 'soaked' sample and the 'humid air' sample and a 14% difference between the 'baked' sample and its humid air counterpart. These measurements were consistent with gravimetric measurements performed on the same samples. From these measurements, it was determined that a sufficient signature exists for moisture measurements with a PGAA technique. This signature is sufficiently large while adhering to the primary restrictions of the existing ASTM standards and decreasing potential sources of error in the measurement methodology. Future efforts will be made to use the existing cold neutron source at UT to study the possibility of performing these measurements with better accuracy and for shorter measurement time periods even though some previous efforts by other researchers have suggested that the use of a cold neutron beam may not increase the hydrogen sensitivity for a sample with a large hydrogen content. (authors)

  18. [The contribution of Louis-Bernard Guyton de Morveau (1737-1816) to public health and the adoption of his ideas in the Netherlands].

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    Van Heiningen, Teunis Willem

    2014-01-01

    In the early 19th century the concept of miasmata played a leading role in the explanation of contagious diseases and epidemics. Furthermore the new chemistry, developed by Lavoisier and his colleagues, facilitated the introduction of a new way of disinfecting the air and destroying contagious substances. These facts facilitated the introduction of a new way of fighting disease carriers, whatever their nature might be, by means of fumigations. These treatments were carried out by means of disinfecting vaporous agents, produced by mixing mineral acids with sodium chloride and manganese peroxide. In 1801 Guyton-Morveau published a book on this subject, which in 1802 appeared in a Dutch enlarged edition. The Netherlands were in urgent need of an effective means of fighting disease carriers, since its coastal areas were frequently stricken by epidemics. The French government, incited by the Institut National, the Conseil de Sante and the Ecole de Médecine de Paris, gave top priority to the introduction of Guyton's salutary operation in France. In 1814 the Dutch Society of Sciences held a contest about the applicability and effects of the fumigations invented by Guyton-Morveau. In 1823, two entries were received, one of which was awarded the gold medal. It turned out to have been written by the translator of Guyton's book, published in 1801.

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

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    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...

  20. district - case study of odum precinct

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    ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. We acknowledge the co-operation of Town and. Country Planning Office and Kumasi Metropolitan. Assembly as well as the assistance of Messrs. Stephen Enyonam Morgan, Dennis Kwame Dom- feh Bandoh and James Eduful, Architecture 11 stu- dents, in the collection of field data and updating ...

  1. COAL OF THE FUTURE (Supply Prospects for Thermal Coal by 2030-2050)

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    The report, produced by Messrs. Energy Edge Ltd. (the U.K.) for the JRC Institute for Energy, aims at making a techno-economic analysis of novel extraction technologies for coal and their potential contribution to the global coal supply. These novel extraction technologies include: advanced coal mapping techniques, improved underground coal mining, underground coal gasification and utilisation of coalmine methane gas.

  2. Page 1 Some interesting phase transitions in solids 89:35 10%T, K ...

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    S RamaSesha, K J Rao, A K Shukla, M K Uppal, S Wasudevan and Messrs. S Ganguly, W H Madhusudan and H N Vasan for their collaboration in studies of phase transitions in this laboratory. References. Adams D M and Stevens D C 1978 J. Phys. C11 617. Anderson P W 1959 in Fizika Dielektrikov (ed) G | Skanavi Akad ...

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    Indian Space Research Organisation for useful comments and encouragement. Thanks are dºte to Messrs K R Sreedhar Murthy and ... cation Large space programs management'. List of symbols and abbreviations ... Wac weight of guidance and control system of a satellite (kg). Weſt, weight of electrical power system of a ...

  4. The species of the Rhynchophorous genus Eupholus, Guér

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    1881-01-01

    In the first part of the eighth volume of the Catalogus Coleopterorum of Messrs. Gemminger and von Harold, published in 1871, nine species are enumerated as belonging to the above mentioned genus. One of these however, Eupholus vilis Voll. ¹), does not belong to this but to the genus Rhinoscapha

  5. The CERN fire-fighters

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    CERN is one of the few laboratories to have its own fire station. The CERN fire brigade was set up in July 1956 to provide a rapid response in the event of an accident and to tackle the risks specific to the Organisation's activities. Six members of the CERN fire brigade in 1959. From left to right: Messrs. Ubertin, Dalbignat, Verny, Vosdey, Lissajoux, Favre.

  6. Compte rendu de lecture de : Bernard LAHIRE. La raison scolaire. École et pratiques d'écriture, entre savoir et pouvoir. Rennes : Presses Universitaires de rennes, 2008, 196 p.

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    Recension; Compte-rendu de lecture paru dans Les Sciences de l'éducation - Pour l'Ère nouvelle, vol. 42, n° 3, 2009; Une partie importante des recherches en sociologie de l'éducation ont abordé le thème des inégalités scolaires à travers l'analyse des rapports entre l'école et l'appartenance au milieu familial et social des élèves (BOURDIEU & PASSERON, 1970 ; BAUDELOT & ESTABLET, 1971, etc.). Si ces " théories de la reproduction " ont permis de poser la question centrale du rapport des classe...

  7. Water resources data for Texas, water year 1996. Volume 2. San Jacinto River basin, Brazos River basin, San Bernard River basin, and intervening coastal basins. Water-data report (Annual), 1 October 1995-30 September 1996

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    Gandara, S.C.; Gibbons, W.J.; Andrews, F.L.; Jones, R.E.; Barbie, D.L.

    1997-02-01

    Volume 2 contains records for water discharge at 74 gaging stations; stage only at 6 gaging stations; stage and contents at 19 lakes and reservoirs; water quality at 41 gaging stations; and data for 44 partial-record stations comprised of 18 flood-hydrograph, 10 low-flow, and 16 crest-stage stations. Also included are lists of discontinued surface-water discharge or stage-only stations and discontinued surface-water-quality stations. Additional water data were collected at various sites, not part of the systematic data-collection program, and are published as miscellaneous measurements.

  8. Jean-Pierre Royer, Jean-Paul Jean, Bernard Durand, Nicolas Derasse, Bruno Dubois, Histoire de la justice en France du XVIIIe siècle à nos jours

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    Full Text Available Dès sa première édition, parue en 1995, l’Histoire de la justice de Jean-Pierre Royer a été saluée comme une œuvre majeure, récompensée par le prix Malesherbes (1996. Son succès a été immédiat – nouvelle édition l’année suivante – témoignant à la fois des qualités d’une synthèse brillante et de l’intérêt pour une justice faisant souvent la une de l’actualité dans un mouvement d’émancipation politique qui lui attirait les sympathies de l’opinion et suscitait la curiosité et les recherches des...

  9. Auteurs affichés, auteurs dissimulés. Le recours aux citations dans le 'Commentaire sur l'Enéide' attribué à Bernard Silvestre

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    Full Text Available Birger Munk Olsen's works have pointed out the importance of the commentaries in the reception and canonization of the Latin auctores during the twelfth-century Renaissance. In Bonaventure's famous classification, the commentator, who writes both with his own words and with the words of the others, but gives to the second of these the primary position, is lower in rank than the author. He is also dependent on the commentators who wrote before him. However, the study of mentions or quotations of auctores and former commentators in medieval commentaries shows that the latter used their predecessors only in order to expose their own point of view. A good example of this is furnished by the commentary of the Aeneid commonly attributed to Bernardus Silvestris. This article studies its difference of treatment between its two models, Macrobius and Fulgentius – the first is displayed, the second is more concealed –, and also its use of Ovid, whose Metamorphoses are used as early as in the commentary of Book 1, but who is not explicitly claimed as a model.

  10. Kangro-preemia laureaadid keskraamatukogus / Liina Valper

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    Bernard Kangro kirjandusauhinna sai sel aastal kirjanik, kirjandusteadlane ja filosoofiadoktor Oskar Kruus monograafia "Bernard Kangro. Elukäik ja looming" eest, auhind anti üle Võrumaa Keskraamatukogus

  11. Do we need a definition of games?

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    Eichberg, Henning

    2016-01-01

    Anmeldelse og diskussion af Bernard Suits (2014): The Grasshopper. Games, Life, and Utopia. 3rd edition. Peterborough, Ontario: Broadview......Anmeldelse og diskussion af Bernard Suits (2014): The Grasshopper. Games, Life, and Utopia. 3rd edition. Peterborough, Ontario: Broadview...

  12. Viljakaim kirjanik sai endaväärilise eluloo / Aivar Kull

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    2004-01-01

    Arvustus: Kruus, Oskar. Bernard Kangro : elukäik ja looming : [1910-1994]. Tallinn : Eesti Raamat, 2003. Vaata ka: Kull, Aivar. Kulli pilk. - Tartu : Ilmamaa, 2005, lk. 425-427, pealkirjaga "Bernard Kangro on saanud oma eluloo"

  13. Nonlinear Burning Stability of Solid Propellants.

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    1983-12-31

    project: Messrs. R. Dond6, A. Poli, F. Magugliani, C. Grimaldi, V. Lapegna, A. Oleari , A. Portaro, N. Lunghi, D. Marongiu and A. Molinari. Special *l...respect to the corresponding steady-state value, indicated that the O/F ratio increases at the beginning of the depressurization but decreases at the...by the entrained ambient gas) were never put in quantitative terms, probably because rough estimates already indicate that these contributions are

  14. `KombiSens` (combined use of gas sensors with different technologies). Sub-project: Further development of electrochemical gas sensors for applications in sensor heads. Final report; `KombiSens` (Kombinierter Einsatz von Gassensoren verschiedener Technologien). Teilvorhaben: Weiterentwicklung elektrochemischer Gassensoren fuer den Einsatz in Sensorkoepfen. Abschlussbericht

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    Bytyn, W.

    1997-04-01

    In the framework of the project `KombiSens - combined application of gas sensors of different technologies`, Messrs. Endress and Hauser worked on the improvement, optimisation or new development of electrochemical and IR photometric gas sensors. (orig./SR) [Deutsch] Im Rahmen des Verbundvorhabens `KombiSens - Kombinierter Einsatz von Gassensoren verschiedener Technologien` wurden von Endress und Hauser elektro-chemische sowie infrarotphotometrische Gassensoren fuer den Einsatz in Sensorsystemen verbessert und anwendungsspezifisch optimiert bzw. neuentwickelt. (orig./SR)

  15. The Effect of the Ionosphere on Radiowave Signals and Systems Performance Based on Ionospheric Effects Symposium Held on 1-3 May 1990

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    1990-05-03

    deserve a major portion of the credit for how well the conference was conducted. Others involved in this effort included Mrs. Jane Clarke, Messrs. Tom...1 K. Davies, R. Conkright Computerized Ionospheric Tomography .................................. 12 J.R. Austen , T.D. Raymund...Res., 8(7), 67, 1988. 11 AD-P006 266IMIil~lllllhli l lIII 11111111 COMPUTERIZED IONOSPHERIC TOMOGRAPHY Jeffrey R. Austen Department of Electrical

  16. Demilitarization: Is It Worth It?

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    2006-12-15

    Thesis Committee Chair Jack D. Kem, Ph.D. , Member Mr. Phillip G. Pattee , M.M.A.S. , Member Mr. Gregory T. Beck, M.A...thank you to all of them. First, my committee chaired by Dr. Jack Kem, along with Messrs Phillip Pattee and Gregory Beck, whom I thank for their...Fort Leavenworth, KS 66027-1352 Mr. Phillip G. Pattee DJMO USACGSC 1 Reynolds Ave. Fort Leavenworth, KS 66027-1352 Mr. Gregory T. Beck DLRO

  17. Laboratory Particle Velocity Experiments on Rock from a USSR Underground Nuclear Test Site

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    1990-02-01

    University of California 735 State Street Berkeley, CA 94720 P.O. Drawer 719 Santa Barbara, CA 93102 (2 copies) Prof. Alan Kafka Prof. Thomas V. McEvilly...AUSTRALIA Dr. Bernard Massinon Societe Radiomana 27 rue Claude Bernard 75005 Paris, FRANCE (2 Copies) Dr. Pierre Mecheler Societe Radiomana 27 rue...Claude Bernard 75005 Paris, FRANCE Dr. Svein Mykkeltveit NTNF/NORSAR P.O. Box 51 N-2007 Kjeller, NORWAY -11- FOREIGN (Others) Dr. Peter Basham Dr

  18. Seismic Wave Propagation, Attenuation and Scattering over Regional Distances

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    Geological & Planetary Sciences Fairbanks, AK 99701 California Institute of Technology Pasadena, CA 91125 Dr. G.A. Bollinger Prof. F. A. Dahlen Department...Advanced Studies G.P.O. Box 4 Canberra 2601, AUSTRALIA Dr. Bernard Massinon Societe Radiomana 27 rue Claude Bernard 75005 Paris , FRANCE (2 Copies) Dr...Pierre Mecheler Societe Radiomana 27 rue Claude Bernard 75005 Paris , FRANCE Dr. Svein Mykkeltveit NTNF/NORSAR P.O. Box 51 N-2007 Kjeller, NORWAY --l

  19. Seismic Surveillance. Nuclear Test Ban Verification

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    1990-02-26

    Laboratory Southern Methodist University Dallas, TX 75275 -3- OTHERS (United States) Dr. Monem Abdel-Gawad Dr. G.A. Bollinger Rockwell International Science...Sciences Institute of Advanced Studies G.P.O. Box 4 Canberra 2601, AUSTRALIA Dr. Bernard Massinon Societe Radiomana 27 rue Claude Bernard 75005 Paris ...FRANCE (2 Copies) Dr. Pierre Mecheler Societe Radiomana 27 rue Claude Bernard 75005 Paris , FRANCE Dr. Svein Mykkeltveit NTNF/NORSAR P.O. Box 51 N-2007

  20. Phytochemicals in nutrition and health

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    ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . JOHN T. ARNASON, SHANNON E. BINNS, and BERNARD R. BAUM 9 CHAPTER 3 Phytochemicals in the Vaccinium Family: Bilberries, Blueberries, and Cranberries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....

  1. 7 CFR Appendix A to Subpart E of... - Listing of Eligible Borrowers

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    ... Deaf Smith County Electric Coop. Inc., Hereford. Texas Pedernales Electric Coop. Inc., Johnson City.... Texas San Bernard Electric Cooperative, Inc., Bellville. Washington Inland Power & Light Company...

  2. Social Marketing and the School Library: An Effective Path to Collaboration? A Review of: Immroth, Barbara and W. Bernard Lukenbill. “Teacher-School Library Media Specialist Collaboration through Social Marketing Strategies: An Information Behavior Study.” School Library Media Research 10 (2007). 22 April 2008 .

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    Gayle Bogel

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    Objective – The study attempted to apply the strategies of social marketing theory to collaboration between school librarians andteachers. Design – Based on the 1972 theory of social marketing by Zaltman, Kotler and Kaufman, a cohort of students in a graduate-level practicum established a collaborative unit with selected teachers within their school. In addition, two focus groups were conducted in alternate schools to gauge the overall attitudes of teachers toward collaboration with school li...

  3. La inteligencia emocional, según Daniel Goleman y, el liderazgo transformador, según Bernard Bass, como elementos clave en la formación y desarrollo de equipos efectivos en la fuerza comercial de microfinanzas CREDI FE Zona Quito

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    Pozo Ayala, María Fernanda

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    El desarrollo de la presente tesis busca la comprensión del aporte que brindan los conceptos: inteligencia emocional y liderazgo transformador en la formación y desarrollo de equipos efectivos de trabajo. Ambos elementos son relevantes para lograr una buena gestión de trabajo individual y de equipo, que favorezca la eficiencia organizacional y las relaciones interpersonales. Desde la perspectiva laboral, tanto el liderazgo transformador como la inteligencia emocional generan...

  4. Bernard Guesnier et André Joyal (dir., 2004, Le développement territorial. Regards croisés sur la diversification et les stratégies, DATAR et IERF (Institut d’Economie Régionale et Financière 2004, 331 p.

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    2004-06-01

    Full Text Available L’ouvrage reprend une partie des communications présentées au XXXVIIIème colloque annuel de l’Association de Science Régionale De Langue Française (ASRDLF, organisé par l’Université du Québec à Trois Rivières en août 2002. Les auteurs ont organisé l’ouvrage autour de trois problématiques liées au développement territorial : celle des problèmes d’organisation du territoire et des logiques d’acteurs, celle des caractéristiques des systèmes productifs territoriaux et de leur apport au développe...

  5. Social Marketing and the School Library: An Effective Path to Collaboration? A Review of: Immroth, Barbara and W. Bernard Lukenbill. “Teacher-School Library Media Specialist Collaboration through Social Marketing Strategies: An Information Behavior Study.” School Library Media Research 10 (2007. 22 April 2008 .

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    Gayle Bogel

    2008-06-01

    Full Text Available Objective – The study attempted to apply the strategies of social marketing theory to collaboration between school librarians andteachers. Design – Based on the 1972 theory of social marketing by Zaltman, Kotler and Kaufman, a cohort of students in a graduate-level practicum established a collaborative unit with selected teachers within their school. In addition, two focus groups were conducted in alternate schools to gauge the overall attitudes of teachers toward collaboration with school librarians.Subjects – Students (student librarians in a graduate-level certification class for Texas school librarians, and both teachers and librarians in host schools/districts for the graduate students’ practicum experiences Methods – Researchers used qualitative approaches, both case study and focus groups, to gather data about the collaborative interactions between teachers and school librarians. The interactions were designed using the social marketing AIDA model (Attention, Interest, Desire, and Action. Social marketing, based on models of commercial marketing, assumes that social goodwill is a motivator for establishing interactions between groups – or selling a service that is for the greater good. Students in a graduate-level practicum were instructed to develop a strategy based on the AIDA model to elicit and carry out a collaborative unit with teachers in their host schools. They were given specific guidelines by the principal investigators that included:• Instructions for designing announcements, leaflets, and conferences as marketing strategies • Instructional unit designs for subject content and information literacy skills• Incentive payments of $200 to be used for library resources as anincentive to collaborate.• The steps to engaging in the collaborative process • Procedural guidelines for taking field notes, unobtrusive observations and informal evidence.Summative evaluation was based on a reflective journaling exercise by both student librarian and teacher. Measurements and recordings were analysed using accepted case study methods.Main Results – Social Marketing Model The researchers evaluated the study in each of the four aspects of the Social Marketing Model.Attention (A – Gaining Attention and Convincing. Efforts to gain attention through student choices of flyers to teachers were not successful. E-mail announcements were more effective, but it appeared that direct librarian-teacher contact was the most effective. The monetary incentive also did not appear to have an effect on response rate. Host librarians did make suggestions regarding the appropriateness of when and how to distribute the flyers in some cases. Researchers concluded that perhaps such a straightforward advertising approach did not fit in the established relationships, and may be a better choice for new librarians who are establishing their presence in schools.Interest (I - Promoting Interest in Services and/or Products - Researchers noted that initial strategies did not promote interest in the field study project. Teachers cited time and test–related curriculum restraints, and viewed the project as an “extra” responsibility. The researchers note the need to establish the value of the collaborative instruction to long-term goals for both teachers and librarians. The focus groups showed more interest in collaboration, and an awareness of the value of librarians’ collaboration in promoting effective teaching and improving student achievement.Desire (D and Action (A – Recognizing Values and Taking Action. Field test responses did not reflect desire on the part of teachers to collaborate with student librarians. Only two teachers responded directly to the advertisement. The offer of monetary incentive ($200 in library supplies also did not appear to increase motivation of teachers to participate. Results after the field test showed that overall, teachers gained an appreciation of the value of collaboration with school librarians, and indicated they would be open to future projects. Action Process themes of successful marketing campaigns were evident in the results of the study and benefits in being exposed to new resources and information approaches were reported by teachers. The concept of territoriality of teachers, and how much authority is shared with librarians in a collaborative setting, was an aspect not explored by the study, although indications from both the field test and the focus groups showed that the perception of the competency of the student librarian, and the teacher’s personal approach (structured vs. more relaxed affected the release of teaching authority.The librarian bringing ideas, concepts and directions to teachers can enhance collaboration. Opportunities to collaborate based on objectives of state-mandated exams to develop specific skills can also foster collaboration.Main Results – Collaborative Research This project reflected much of the earlier research in collaboration and added data to support the importance of the findings of the landmark Mettessich and Monsey (1972 study of collaboration. Shared interest, mutual trust, flexibility, adaptability and clear roles and policies were all reflected as needs in the current study. In addition, clear communication, shared goals and purposes and the need to have leadership from the school librarians in establishing collaborative interactions was reiterated. Predictive behaviour of teachers toward collaboration included time and overall commitments to other teaching responsibilities. Confidence in the skills and knowledge of the librarian also affected the teachers’ willingness to collaborate.Conclusions – Social exchange theory and community psychology were cited by the researchers as two theoretical concepts that affected the design and interpretation of data. They suggest that these two strategies may be most helpful in situations that have less than optimal environments for collaboration, where librarians have not been successful, or are not considered equal to the tasks.

  6. Study of Search Engine Transaction Logs Shows Little Change in How Users use Search Engines. A review of: Jansen, Bernard J., and Amanda Spink. “How Are We Searching the World Wide Web? A Comparison of Nine Search Engine Transaction Logs.” Information Processing & Management 42.1 (2006: 248‐263.

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    Full Text Available Objective – To examine the interactions between users and search engines, and how they have changed over time. Design – Comparative analysis of search engine transaction logs. Setting – Nine major analyses of search engine transaction logs. Subjects – Nine web search engine studies (4 European, 5 American over a seven‐year period, covering the search engines Excite, Fireball, AltaVista, BWIE and AllTheWeb. Methods – The results from individual studies are compared by year of study for percentages of single query sessions, one term queries, operator (and, or, not, etc. usage and single result page viewing. As well, the authors group the search queries into eleven different topical categories and compare how the breakdown has changed over time. Main Results – Based on the percentage of single query sessions, it does not appear that the complexity of interactions has changed significantly for either the U.S.‐based or the European‐based search engines. As well, there was little change observed in the percentage of one‐term queries over the years of study for either the U.S.‐based or the European‐based search engines. Few users (generally less than 20% use Boolean or other operators in their queries, and these percentages have remained relatively stable. One area of noticeable change is in the percentage of users viewing only one results page, which has increased over the years of study. Based on the studies of the U.S.‐based search engines, the topical categories of ‘People, Place or Things’ and ‘Commerce, Travel, Employment or Economy’ are becoming more popular, while the categories of ‘Sex and Pornography’ and ‘Entertainment or Recreation’ are declining. Conclusions – The percentage of users viewing only one results page increased during the years of the study, while the percentages of single query sessions, oneterm sessions and operator usage remained stable. The increase in single result page viewing implies that users are tending to view fewer results per web query. There was also a significant difference in the percentage of queries using Boolean operators between the US‐based and the European‐based search engines. One of the study’s findings was that results from a study of a particular search engine cannot necessarily be applied to all search engines. Finally, web search topics show a trend towards information or commerce searching rather than entertainment.

  7. Lukáš Bernard Schneider a jeho kronikářská činnost. Obraz města Českých Budějovic pohledem měšťana druhé poloviny 18. století

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    Květová, Miroslava

    2017-01-01

    Roč. 47, č. [0] (2017), s. 93-123 ISSN 0585-5691 R&D Projects: GA ČR GA16-12145S Institutional support: RVO:67985921 Keywords : České Budějovice, Czech Republic * historiography * chronicle Subject RIV: AB - History

  8. Sebastianus Majewski pittore polacco nell’Abruzzo del XVII secolo e l’altare di San Berardo nella cattedrale di Teramo / Sebastianus Majewski, a polish painter in Abruzzo in the 17th Century and the St. Bernard altar in the cathedral of Teramo

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    Clara Iafelice

    2014-06-01

    The artist began his journey in Italy in the first decade of the 17th century. Starting from Cracovia, he made a stop in Vienna, to then continue on towards Venice, Bologna and then, following the Adriatic coast, arrived in Abruzzo, going down to the chietino. It is very likely that the young painter was called to Teramo at the beginning of the 17th century, the anniversary of the death of Saint Berardo. From this moment on, he settled in the city and, in 1628, was united in matrimony with Cesarea Vannemarini, a very prominent family of Teramo. He noted that, five hundred years after the death of the Saint, the painter was commissioned to portray Saint Berardo in the six paintings depicting the Vita e Miracoli del patrono S. Berardo Life and Miracles of the patron Saint Berardo. Along with the coping with the Holy Family, they adorn the altar in fine walnut of the Baroque style leaning against the wall of the sacristy of the cathedral SS. Mary of the Assumption and Berardo of Teramo.

  9. The State of Black America, 1978.

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    Anderson, Bernard E.; And Others

    In this report seven scholars (Bernard Anderson, James Dumpson, Charles Hamilton, Robert Hill, Vernon Jordan, Jr., Bernard Watson and Robert Weaver) appraise the social, economic, political, and educational status of blacks and black families. Minimal gains and poor prospects for black female heads of families in the current recession job market…

  10. A Study of Candidate Replacement Materials for DOP (Dioctyl Phthalate) in Filter-Testing Penetrometer Machines

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    1989-03-01

    Army Fellow Mark A. Guelta RESEARCH DIRECTORATE Bernard V. Gerber OPTIMETRICS, INC. Ann Arbor, MI 48105-9748 DTIC March 1989 QELEC T EMW APR1 8 1989 U.S...Author(s) (Continued) Carlon, Hugh R., U.S. Army Fellow, Guelta , Mark A., (CRDEC), and Gerber, Bernard V., Optimetrics, Inc. 18. Subject Terms (Continued

  11. 455-IJBCS-Article- Ibrahima Cisse

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    Synthèse et caractérisation de nouveaux complexes dicarboxylato du trimethyletain (IV). Cissé IBRAHIMA 1, Gueye OMAR1*, Mahieu BERNARD2 et. Tinant BERNARD 2. 1Laboratoire de Chimie Minérale et Analytique (LACHIMIA) Département de Chimie, Faculté des. Sciences et Techniques Université Cheikh Anta Diop .

  12. Cluster Analysis of Closely Spaced Mining Blasts as a Method of Event Location

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    1992-01-30

    North 17th Street University Park Suite 1450 Los Angeles, CA 90089-0741 Arlington, VA 22209-2308 Prof. Shelton Alexander Dr. G.A. Bollinger Geosciences...Bernard Massinon, Dr. Pierre Mechler Societe Radiomana 27 rue Claude Bernard 75005 Paris , FRANCE (2 Copies) Dr. Svein Mykkeltveit NTNT/NORSAR P.O. Box 51

  13. Continuous Seismic Threshold Monitoring

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    1992-05-31

    17th Street University Park Suite 1450 Los Angeles, CA 90089-0741 Arlington, VA 22209-2308 Prof. Shelton Alexander Dr. G.A. Bollinger Geosciences...Bernard Massinon, Dr. Pierre Mechler Societe Radiomana 27 rue Claude- Bernard 75005 Paris , FRANCE (2 Copies) Dr. Svein Mykkeltveit NTNT/NORSAR P.O. Box

  14. Effects of a Descending Lithospheric Slab on Yield Estimates of Underground Nuclear Tests

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    1989-02-28

    Fairbanks, AK 99701 Dr. Anthony Gangi Texas A&M University Dr. G. A. Bollinger Department of Geophysics Department of Geological Sciences College Station, TX...Rue Claude Bernard 7,005, Paris , FRANCE (2 copies) Dr. Pierre Mechler Societe Radlomana 27, Rue Claude Bernard 75005, Paris , FRANCE Dr. Svein

  15. Shock Propagation In Crustal Rock

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    1991-04-29

    Drawer 719 La Jolla, CA 92093 Santa Barbara, CA 93102 Dr. Gilbert A. Bollinger Prof. Stanley Flatte Department of Geological Sciences Applied Sciences...G.P.O. Box 4 Canberra 2601, AUSTRALIA Dr. Bernard Massinon Societe Radiomana 27 rue Claude Bernard 75005 Paris , FRANCE (2 Copies) Dr. Pierre Mecheler

  16. Attenuation and Detection Capability of Regional Phases Recorded at NORESS

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    1988-03-25

    Westwood Drive Vienna, VA 22180 Dr. N. Biswas Geophysical Institute % University of Alaska Fairbanks, AK 99701 Dr. G. A. Bollinger Department of...Bernard 7,005, Paris , FRANCE (2 copies) Dr. :i’Lrre Mechler Societe Radiouani 27, Rue Claude Bernard 75005. Paris , FRANCE -13- GOVERNMENT Dr. Ralph

  17. A Study of Spectral Nulls and Scaling of P-Wave Spectra of Shagan River and Novaya Zemlya (USSR) Explosions. Volume 3

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    1991-11-13

    17th Street Univet-sity Park Suite 1450 Los Angeles, CA 90089-0741 Arlington, VA 22209-2308 Prof. Shelton Alexander Dr. G.A. Bollinger Geo,ciences...Blacknest, Brimpton Reading FG7-FRS, UNITED KINGDOM Dr. Bernard Massinon, Dr. Pien e Mechler Societe Radiomana 27 rue Claude Bernard 75005 Paris , FRANCE

  18. Physical Constraints on Seismic Waves from Chemical and Nuclear Explosions

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    1992-04-22

    Bollinger Geosciences Department Department of Geological Sciences 403 Deike Building Virginia Polytechnical Institute The Pennsylvania State University...Reading FG7-FRS, UNITED KINGDOM Dr. Bernard Massinon, Dr. Pierre Mechler Societe Radiomana 27 rue Claude Bernard 75005 Paris , FRANCE (2 Copies) Dr

  19. Modeling Regional Seismic Waves

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    1992-06-29

    Park Suite 1450 Los Angze!es, CA 9(0)8ŝ-074i ,Arlington, VA 22209-2308 Prof. Shelton Alexander Dr. G.A. Bollinger Geosciences Department Department of...Bernard Massinon, Dr. Pierre Mechler Societe Radiomana 27 rue Claude Bernard 75005 Paris , FRANCE (2 Copies) Dr. Svein Mykkelrveit NTNT/NORS AR P.O. Box

  20. A Physiologist's View of Homeostasis

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    Modell, Harold; Cliff, William; Michael, Joel; McFarland, Jenny; Wenderoth, Mary Pat; Wright, Ann

    2015-01-01

    Homeostasis is a core concept necessary for understanding the many regulatory mechanisms in physiology. Claude Bernard originally proposed the concept of the constancy of the "milieu interieur," but his discussion was rather abstract. Walter Cannon introduced the term "homeostasis" and expanded Bernard's notion of…

  1. Marriage as Matrix, Metaphor or Mysticism

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    Pedersen, Else Marie Wiberg

    2015-01-01

    Taking Julia Kristeva's 'Tales of Love' with its more or less slight treatment of Bernard's and Luther's peceptions of love as its point of departure, this article shows that both the monk Bernard and the married theologian Luther use conjugal love as a matrix for an abundant, heterogenous love b...

  2. This is Not About Sex?

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    Pedersen, Else Marie Wiberg

    2011-01-01

    This article engages the understanding of love and grace in Bernard's and Luther's theologies. Taking as a point of departure Anders Nygren's dichotomy of love in agape and eros, Wiberg Pedersen outlines some of the issues raised by Nygren's thesis. Arguing against Nygren's caricature of Bernard......" (incarnation and justification), all led by grace....

  3. Browse Author Index

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    Items 401 - 450 of 2288 ... Hamburger, M · Hamilton, A · Hamisi, Faki · Hang'ombe, Bernard M. Hang'ombe, Bernard M. Haonga, Billy T. Haonga, Billy T. Haraka, Frederick · Haram, L · Hardie, Jon · Haruna, Alex · Hassanali, A · Hatfield, Jennifer · Hatfield, Jennifer M · Hattendorft, Jan · Hatz, Christoph · Haule, Martin F.

  4. Profiling of Human Acquired Immunity Against the Salivary Proteins of Phlebotomus papatasi Reveals Clusters of Differential Immunoreactivity

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    2014-03-10

    S. Geraci, Rami M. Mukbel, Michael T. Kemp, Mariha N. Wadsworth, Emil Lesho, Gwen M. Stayback, Matthew M. Champion, Megan A. Bernard, Mahmoud Abo...addresses: Nicholas S. Geraci, Rami M. Mukbel, Michael T. Kemp, Mariha N. Wadsworth, Gwen M. Stayback, Matthew M. Champion, Megan A. Bernard, and Mary

  5. Lack of a response of the sub-tropical rodent (Saccostomus ...

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    1998-03-09

    Mar 9, 1998 ... Department of Zoology and Entomology, Rhodes University, P.O. Box 94, Grahamstown 6140, South Africa zorb@warthog.ru.ac.za ... seasonal breeding occurs in response to multiple environmental cues. This reproductive ..... ductive regression in S·. campeslris (Bernard & Hall 1996;. \\\\!hite & Bernard ...

  6. Stemcell Information: SKIP000555 [SKIP Stemcell Database[Archive

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    Full Text Available SKIP000555 ... Diseased HPS0191 HPS0191 ... ベルナール・スーリエ症候群 D69.1 Bernard-Soulier syndrome... 231200 ... -- -- ... No No Disease specific iPS cell line derived from Bernard-Soulier syndrome patient ベルナール·スーリエ症候群

  7. Introduction à L'Etude de la Médecine Expérimentale. Surgical revolution. Part I.

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    Toledo-Pereyra, Luis H

    2009-01-01

    Claude Bernard (1813-1878), the most distinguished French physiologist of the 19th century, made incomparable contributions to the world of medicine of his times and even to ours. Bernard believed in scientific determinism and created the term milieu interieur as a manner to better understand experimental medicine and to present a new way of explaining the function of the living organism. Bernard dealt with innovative developments in the glycogenetic function of the liver, extrahepatic glycogenesis, the role of pancreatic juice in the digestion of fats, vasomotor nervous system discoveries, and other important physiological advances. In 1865, Bernard's most extraordinary book on the philosophy and understanding of experimental medicine appeared. This book represented Bernard's unique contribution to the progress of medical and surgical research. Because of the enormous implications of this work on the advancement of surgical research, which were subsequently applied to clinical surgical practice, we propose that this book created a surgical revolution.

  8. Dynamic model of minimax control over economic security state of the region in the presence of risks

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    2012-06-01

    Full Text Available Investigation and solution of management of economic security state in the region (MESSR requires development of a dynamic economic-mathematical model that takes into account the presence of control actions, uncontrolled parameters (risk modeling errors, etc. and availability of information deficit. At the same time, the existing approaches to solving such problems are based primarily on static models and the use of stochastic modeling of the device, which is required for the application of knowledge of the probability characteristics of the main model parameters and special conditions for the realization of the process. We should note that to use the apparatus of stochastic modeling, very strict conditions are required, which in practice are usually not feasible in advance In this paper, we propose to use a deterministic approach for modeling and solving the original problem in the form of a dynamic programming problem of minimax control (optimization of a guaranteed result MESSR at the determined point of time, taking into account the availability of risks of deterministic and stochastic nature (combined risks model. At thesametime, under therisks in thesocial and economic system we understand thefactors that negatively catastrophically affect the results of the reviewed processes inside it. For an effective use, a technique of prediction and assessment of time rows and stochastic risks in MESSR optimization process is presented, which can serve as a basis for the development of appropriate computer software. To solve the problem of program minimax control MESSR in the presence of risks, we propose a method which is reduced to the realization of a finite number of solutions of linear and convex mathematical programming and discrete optimization problem. The proposed method makes it possible to develop efficient numerical procedures to implement computer simulation of the dynamics of the problem, build program minimax control and gain optimal

  9. Devils Lake Flood Control Project. Section 205. Detailed Project Report.

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    1983-10-01

    IDAXN GNOUOUNICAL noIA "on= o Ac " KMN C Im fWCUtO A Oft33 "SAm 001151 PND-pimsot= To A um s.UPfO or 14" 3 sRM gotmi~st iuam𔃿 nM.I mm mm ahim1" RaN...representatives of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Messrs. Al Ludden, Bisarck office, and David James, Devils Lake Wetland office. We walked along the

  10. Practical method for balancing airplane moments

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    Hamburger, H

    1924-01-01

    The present contribution is the sequel to a paper written by Messrs. R. Fuchs, L. Hopf, and H. Hamburger, and proposes to show that the methods therein contained can be practically utilized in computations. Furthermore, the calculations leading up to the diagram of moments for three airplanes, whose performance in war service gave reason for complaint, are analyzed. Finally, it is shown what conclusions can be drawn from the diagram of moments with regard to the defects in these planes and what steps may be taken to remedy them.

  11. A Simple Physical Model for Spall from Nuclear Explosions Based Upon Two-Dimensional Nonlinear Numerical Simulations

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    1990-05-01

    OTHERS (United States) Dr. Monem Abdel-Gawad Dr. G.A. Bollinger Rockwell International Science Center Department of Geological Sciences 1049 Camino Dos...Bernard Massinon Sociecte Radiomana 27 rueC C’laude Bernard 7.5005 P’aris, FRANCE (2 Copies) Dr. Pierre Mecheler Soc jLI re Raoinania 27 rue Claude...Bernard 75005 Paris, FRANCE Dr. Svein Mykckeltveit NUNF1/N ORSAR P.O. Box 51 N-2(X)7 Kjctler, NORWAY FOREIGN (Others) Dr. IPeter lBasham Dr. Fekadu

  12. E-mailed Evidence Based Summaries Impact Physician Learning More than Practice. A Review of: Grad, Roland M., Pierre Pluye, Jay Mercer, Bernard Marlow, Marie Eve Beauchamp, Michael Shulha, Janique Johnson-Lafleur and Sharon Wood-Dauphinee. “Impact of Research-based Synopses Delivered as Daily E-mail: A Prospective Observational Study.” Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (200815.2: 240-5.

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    2009-06-01

    Full Text Available Objective – To determine the use and construct validity of a method to assess the cognitive impact of information derived from daily e-mail evidence based summaries (InfoPOEMs, and to describe the self-reported impact of these InfoPOEMs.Design – Prospective, observational study over a period of 150 days employing a questionnaire and rating scale.Setting – This study was conducted via the Internet between September 8, 2006 and February 4, 2007.Subjects – Canadian Medical Association (CMA members who received InfoPOEMs via e-mail as of September 2006 were invited to participate. For inclusion in the analyses, a participant was defined as a practising family physician or general practitioner who submitted at least five ratings of InfoPOEMS during the study period (n=1,007.Methods – Volunteers completed a demographic questionnaire and provided informed consent online. Each subsequent InfoPOEM delivered included a link to a “ten-item impact assessment scale” (241. Participants checked “all that apply” of descriptive statements such as: My practice was (will be improved; I learned something new; I think this information is potentially harmful. Each combination of selections made was considered a pattern of cognitive impact. College of Family Physicians of Canada received continuing medical education (CME credit for each InfoPOEM rated. Data were collected by the CMA and forwarded weekly to the investigators who used descriptive statistics, principal component analysis, and multilevel factor analysis to analyze the data.Main Results – 1,007 participants rated an average of 61 InfoPOEMs (ranging from five to 111. A total of 61,493 patterns of cognitive impact were submitted. Eighty-five different patterns were observed, i.e., there were 85 different combinations of the scale’s statements used. Ten patterns accounted for 89.4% of the reports. The top five patterns were: I learned something new (35.2%; No impact (17.1%; This information confirmed I did (will do the right thing (9.6%; I learned something new AND My practice will be improved (9.4%; and, I was reassured (5.6%. I disagree with this information was checked at least once by 10.3% of the participants, and 8.0% checked I think this information is potentially harmful at least once.Conclusion – The authors applied a cognitive assessment instrument to determine the impact of InfoPOEMs e-mailed to primary care physicians in Canada and found that ten combinations of impact descriptors accounted for 89.4% of the total reports. Most suggested a positive impact on knowledge or practice. Of the total, 17.1% indicated No impact and 1.8% indicated the participant was frustrated as there was not enough information or nothing useful.

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  14. Picasso suguvõsa asutab muuseumi

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    1998-01-01

    Picasso suguvõsa asutab kunstniku sünnilinnas Malagas Hispaanias uue Picasso muuseumi. Aastal 2000 valmiva muuseumi idee taga on kunstniku vanema poja lesk Christine ja tema poeg Bernard Ruiz Picasso.

  15. Uus meedia musealiseeritud / Maria-Kristiina Soomre

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    Soomre, Maria-Kristiina, 1978-

    2001-01-01

    Kunstnikud Cindy Bernard, Russet Ledermann ja Patrick Lichty võitsid Smithsonian American Art Museumi auhinna "Uus sajand - uus meedia", mis seisneb võimaluses luua oma teos muuseumi fotoosakonna helios veebileheküljele AmericanArt.si.edu.

  16. JeS nalozhit sanktsii na Rossiju

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    2008-01-01

    Prantsusmaa välisministri Bernard Kouchneri sõnul planeerib Euroopa Liit kasutada sanktsioone Venemaa suhtes seoses sõjalise konfliktiga Gruusias. NATO avaldusest Venemaale, et see vaataks üle Lõuna-Osseetia ja Abhaasia tunnustamise

  17. African Journal of Psychiatry: Editorial Policies

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    ... Cleaton-Jones, Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA Jeremy Coplan, New York, USA Ian Hindmarch, Surrey, ENGLAND Trevor Hurwitz, Vancouver, CANADA Gabor Keitner, Providence, USA Brian Leonard, Galway, IRELAND Bernard Lerer, Jerusalem, ISRAEL Michael Maes, Maastricht, NETHERLANDS Donatella Marazziti, ...

  18. Sevilla suhtekomöödia vs Sevilla kiredraama / Kristina Kõrver

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    Kõrver, Kristina, 1979-

    2008-01-01

    Kahest ooperist Soome Rahvusooperis - Gioacchino Rossini "Sevilla habemeajaja", lavastaja Giancarlo del Monaco, dirigent Miguel Gomez-Martinez ja Georges Bizet "Carmen", lavastaja Arnaud Bernard, dirigent Alberto Hold-Garrido

  19. Tammsaare, Kangro ja Vanapagan / Ilse Lehiste ; inglise k. tlk. Ene-Reet Soovik

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    Lehiste, Ilse, 1922-2010

    2000-01-01

    Orig.: Tammsaare, Kangro and the Devil. Varem ilmunud: Baltic Literature and Linguistics. Ohio : Association for the Advancement of Baltic Studies, 1973. A. H. Tammsaare romaanist "Põrgupõhja uus Vanapagan" (1939) ning Bernard Kangro romaanist "Taeva võtmed" (1956)

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  2. 24 CFR 3280.305 - Structural design requirements.

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    2010-04-01

    ..., Plaquemines, St. Bernard, St. Charles, St. Mary, and Terrabonne. North Carolina: Carteret, Dare, and Hyde. (iv... Douglas Oconto Pepin Lincoln Bayfield Menominee Pierce Oneida Ashland Langlade Dunn Polk Iron Marathon Eau...

  3. 7 CFR Exhibit D to Subpart E of... - Goals and Timetables for Minorities and Women

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    2010-01-01

    .... Area covered—Parishes of Orleans, Jefferson, St. Bernard, St. Tammany, St. Charles, St. John, Lafourche... further notice All (1) 1 2.0 and above. tacoma, wa Area covered—Pierce, Thurston, Mason, Lewis, Grays...

  4. Synthetic small molecules as machines: a chemistry perspective

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    2017-07-01

    ; Harada, N.; Feringa, B. L. Nature 1999, 401, 152. Motors that continually spin in the same direction has been an important goal for the art of molecular engineering. First across the line was the Dutchman Bernard L. Feringa.

  5. Miks paisub Avignon viis korda? / Andres Keil

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    Keil, Andres, 1974-

    2006-01-01

    Avignoni teatrifestivali OFF-programmist. Pikemalt Bernard-Marie Koltési näidendi "La nuit juste avant les forets" lavastusest (trupp Compagnie Pourquoi) ja lavastusest "Mascarade" (trupp Viva La Commedia)

  6. Kaasaegseid maailmavaateid kohtulaua ees / Ants Oras

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    2003-01-01

    Montgomery Belgioni raamatust "Our present philosophy of life", mis tutvustab Bernard Shaw', André Gide'i, Sigmund Freudi ja Bertrand Russelli filosoofilisi teooriaid. Varem ilmunud: "Looming", 1931, nr. 6, lk. 646-651

  7. President Arnold Rüütel osutus heaks modelliks / Kaupo Meiel

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    2003-01-01

    Iseseisvuspäeval modelleeriti Pärnu Uue Kunsti Muuseumis savist Eesti presidente, juhendajad Ilme ja Riho Kuld. Pärnu Kunstide Maja õpilane Evelyn Bernard tegi president Arnold Rüütli saviskulptuuri

  8. 2011 U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Topographic LiDAR: Louisiana Region 2

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    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — TASK NAME: Louisiana Region 2 LiDAR ARRA Task Order LiDAR Data Acquisition and Processing Production Task- Orleans, Plaquemines, St. Bernard, St. Tammany Parishes,...

  9. Through the Time Tunnel - Clausewitz on Nuclear Deterrence

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    Studenka, John M

    1990-01-01

    This essay presents the presumed thoughts and ruminations of Carl von Clausewitz, the great Prussian military strategist, on an article by Bernard Brodie entitled "On Nuclear Weapons: Utility in Nonuse...

  10. A New Edition of an Old Favorite

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    2012-02-01

    Full Text Available Review of: Molecular Biotechnology—Principles and Applications of Recombinant DNA , 4th ed.; Bernard R. Glick, Jack J. Pasternak, Cheryl L. Patten; (2010 . ASM Press, Washington, DC. 1000 pages.

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  12. Hollo kaasajastab Kangro-käsitust / Satu Grünthal ; soomekeelsest käsikirjast tõlkinud Johanna Ross

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    Grünthal, Satu

    2016-01-01

    Arvustus: Hollo, Maarja. Romantiline subjekt, mälu ja trauma Bernard Kangro sõjajärgses loomingus. Tartu : Tartu Ülikooli Kirjastus, 2016. (Dissertationes litterarum et contemplationis comparativae Universitatis Tartuensis ; 14)

  13. Assessment of Bollgard II cotton pollen mediated transgenes flow to ...

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    Assessment of Bollgard II cotton pollen mediated transgenes flow to conventional cotton in the farming conditions of Burkina Faso. Bourgou Larbouga, Sanfo Denys, Tiemtore C Bernard, Traore Oula, Sanou Jacob, Traore Karim ...

  14. Maapaos mõtlik metsarada : luulet 1954-55 / Ilmar Laaban

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    Laaban, Ilmar, 1921-2000

    1997-01-01

    Varem ilm. Vaba Eesti, 1956, nr. 1. Rets. rmt.: Suits, Gustav. Kõik on kokku unenägu. 2. tr. Stockholm Vaba Eesti, 1954; Under, Marie. Sädemed tuhas. Toronto : Orto, 1954; Kangro, Bernard. Suvihari. Lund : EKK, 1955

  15. African Zoology - Vol 19, No 4 (1984)

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    Relative brain size in the mammalian carnivores of the Cape Province of South Africa · EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. K Sheppey, R.T.F. Bernard, 305-308 ...

  16. The influence of peers and other significant persons on sexuality ...

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    use among young adults in northern Tanzania. Bernard Njau, Sabina Mtweve, Longin Barongo, Rachel Manongi, Juliet Chugulu, Marcelina Msuya, Stella Mwampeta, Bertha Kiwale, Joseph Lekule, Hector Jalipa ...

  17. Kibemagusad kirjavoed / Jaan Puhvel

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    2007-01-01

    Arvustus: Kangro, Bernard. Eesti kirjakuulutaja eksiilis : biblio- ja biograafiline teatmik aastaist 1944-1986 : kirjanduse lugu andmetes, arvudes ja piltides. Lund : Eesti Kirjanike Kooperatiiv, 1989. Ilmunud: World Literature Today, 1991, nr. 65, lk. 151, pealkirjata

  18. Wisconsin Gravity Data for the Ashland Area

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    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — The gravity station data (327 records) were compiled by Mr. Bernard Coakley. This data base was received in June 1985. Principal gravity parameters include latitude,...

  19. European Conference on Molecular Biology EMBO

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    1967-01-01

    European Conference on Molecular Biology, which eventually led to the setting up of EMBO, was held at CERN in April. Olivier Reverdin is adressing the delegates. Bernard Gregory is on the left and Willy Spuhler in the centre.

  20. East African Medical Journal - Vol 89, No 9 (2012)

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    Maxillofacial soft tissue injuries in Nairobi, Kenya · EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. EK Bernard, MK Akama, WA Odhiambo, ML Chindia, B Mua, 306-311 ...

  1. Studies of High-Frequency Seismic Wave Propagation.

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    1991-03-29

    in the observed spectrum at France , and Africa, somewhat higher than Scandinavia over 3 3-4 Hz caused the fit to be about twice the KKL level, at...Diego P.O. Box 830688 La Jolla, CA 92093 Richardson, TX 75083-0688 Dr. Gilbert A. Bollinger Dr. Mark D. Fisk Department of Geological Sciences Mission...AUSTRALIA Dr. Bernard Massinon Societe Radiomana 27 rue Claude Bernard 75005 Paris, FRANCE (2 Copies) Dr. Pierre Mecheler Societe Radiomnana 27 rue Claude

  2. The Effects of Structure and Source Complexity on Waveforms: Crustal Structure of Tibet and the Recovery of Complex Seismic Sources

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    1989-09-07

    C.J., G.A. Bollinger , and H.M. Merghelani, 1987. Aftershocks of the 13 December 1982 North Yemen earthquake: conjugate normal faulting in an...Pasadena, CA 91125 Dr. G.A. Bollinger Prof. F. A. Dahlen Department of Geological Sciences Geological and Geophysical Sciences Virginia Polytechnical...2601, AUSTRALIA Dr. Bernard Massinon Societe Radiomana 27 rue Claude Bernard 75005 Paris , FRANCE (2 Copies) Dr. Pierre Mecheler Societe Radiomana 27 rue

  3. Body and Surface Wave Modeling of Observed Seismic Events. Part 2.

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    1987-05-12

    Claude Bernard Mail Stop 928 National Center 75005, Paris , FRANCE Reston, VA 22092 Dr. Pierre Mechler Dr. Frode Ringdal Societe Radiomana NTNF/NORSAR...27, Rue Claude Bernard P.O. Box 51 75005, Paris , FRANCE N-2007 Kjeller, ORIJAY Mr. Jack Kurphy Dr. George H. Rothe S-CUBED Chief, Research Division...47907 -5- Dr. G.A. Bollinger Dr. Muawia Barazaiigi Department of Geological Sciences Geological Sciences Virginia Polytechnical Institute Cornell

  4. Strains and Stresses Near Explosions and Earthquakes.

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    1986-10-15

    Bernard P.O. Box 51 75005, Paris , FRANCE N-2007 KJeller, NORWAY Dr. George H. Rothe Dr. Pierre Mechler Chief, Research Division Societe Radiomana...Geophysics Directorate 27, Rue Claude Bernard Headquarters Air Force Technical 75005, Paris , FRANCE Applications Center Patrick AFB, Florida 32925-6001 Mr...of Geosciences Purdue University West Lafayette, IN 47907 -5- see~ M ##f~ Dr. G.A. Bollinger Dr. Muawia Barazangi Department of Geological Sciences

  5. Regional Network: Seismicity of Asia: and Frequency-Dependent Q.

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    1987-02-15

    Ringdal Societe Radlomana NTNF/NORSAR 27, Rue Claude Bernard P.O. Bot 51 75005, Paris , FRANCE N-2007 Kjeller, NORWAY Dr. George H. Rothe Dr. Pierre...Mechler Chief, Research Division Societe Radiomana Geophysics Directorate 27, Rue Claude Bernard Headquarters Air Force Technical 75005, Paris , FRANCE...Menlo Park, CA 94025 Dr. Lawrence Bralle Department of Geosciences Purdue University West Lafayette, IN 47907 Dr. L.A. Bollinger Dr. Muawia Barazangi

  6. Regional Studies with Broadband Data

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    1989-08-07

    99701 Brown University Providence, RI 02912 Dr. G. A. Bollinger Department of Geological Sciences Dr. Anthony Gangi Virginia Polytechnical Institute Texas...AUSTRALIA Dr. B. Massinon Societe Radiomana 27, Rue Claude Bernard 75005, Paris , FRANCE (2 copies) Dr. Pierre Mechler Societe kadiomana 27, Rue Claude...Bernard 75005, Paris , FRANCE Dr. Svein Mykkeltveit NTNF / NORSAR P.O. Box 51 N-2007 Kjeller, NORWAY (3 copies) -8- GOV E R NML NT Br. Ralph Alewine III

  7. Regional Discrimination of Quarry Blasts, Earthquakes and Underground Nuclear Explosions

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    1989-04-07

    AK 99701 Dr. Anthony Gangi Texas A&M University Dr. G. A. Bollinger Department of Geophysics Department of Geological Sciences College Station, TX...AUSTRALIA Dr. B. Massinon Societe Radiomana 27, Rue Claude Bernard 7,005, Paris , FRANCE (2 copies) Dr. Pierre Mechler Societe Radiomana 27, Rue Claude...Bernard 75005, Paris , FRANCE Dr. Svein Mykkeltveit NTNF/NORSAR P.O. Box 51 N-2007 Kjeller, NORWAY (3 copies) -8- GOVERNMENT Dr. Ralph Alewine III Dr. W. H

  8. Prevalence of Musculoskeletal Symptoms, Excessive Daytime Sleepiness, and Fatigue in the Crewmembers of a U.S. Navy Ship

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    2015-04-01

    workload, rapid work pace, repetitive movements , nonneutral body postures, manual material handling, and whole-body vibration (Bernard, 1997; Devereux...disorders among visual display terminal workers: Individual, ergonomic , and work organizational factors. Ergonomics , 38, 763–776. Bernard, B. P. (1997...International Encyclopedia of Ergonomics and Human Factors (2nd ed., Vol. 3, pp. 2947–2951). Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press. Carayon, P., Smith, M. J

  9. Corps sans organes et anamnèse

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    Wilson, Alexander

    2011-01-01

    Je trace certains liens entre le corps sans organes de Deleuze et Guattari et les principes de l’organologie générale que décrit Bernard Stiegler.......Je trace certains liens entre le corps sans organes de Deleuze et Guattari et les principes de l’organologie générale que décrit Bernard Stiegler....

  10. Assessing Domestic Right-Wing Extremism Using the Theory of Collective Behavior

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    2009-12-01

    addition, while they were quick to point out that Bernard Madoff, the “extraordinary evil”373 mastermind of a $50 billion Ponzi scheme ,374 was also...involvement in Vietnam reinforced the right-wing perception that the Communists were “fully capable of launching their schemes in Italy,”114 the Italian...374 Securities and Exchange Commission, “SEC Charges Bernard L. Madoff for Multi-Billion Dollar Ponzi Scheme ,” December 11, 2008, http

  11. Browse Author Index

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    Items 1 - 48 of 48 ... A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z All. H. Habtu, Michael · Hamasaki, Kayo · Hamburger, M · Hamilton, A · Hamisi, Faki · Hang'ombe, Bernard M. Hang'ombe, Bernard M. Haonga, Billy T. Haonga, Billy T. Haraka, Frederick · Haram, L · Hardie, Jon · Haruna, Alex · Hassanali, A · Hatfield ...

  12. Aspects of the History of the Nerves: Bell's Theory, the Bell-Magendie Law and Controversy, and Two Forgotten Works by P.W. Lund and D.F. Eschricth

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    Jørgensen, C. Barker

    2003-01-01

    History of nerves, Bell's Idea, Bell-Magendie law, Bell-Magendie controversy, Charles Bell, Francois Magendie, P.W. Lund, D.F. Eschricht, Herbert Mayo, Johannes Müller, Claude Bernard, spinal nerve roots, cranial nerves, recurrent sensitivity......History of nerves, Bell's Idea, Bell-Magendie law, Bell-Magendie controversy, Charles Bell, Francois Magendie, P.W. Lund, D.F. Eschricht, Herbert Mayo, Johannes Müller, Claude Bernard, spinal nerve roots, cranial nerves, recurrent sensitivity...

  13. Engineering safety review mission Krsko NPP external events PSA. Ljubljana, Slovenia 19-23 February 1996. Final report

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    Budnitz, R.J.; Smith, P.

    1996-01-01

    Within the scope of the TC Project RER/9/035, a review mission visited Ljubljana, Slovenia, 19-23 February 1996. Two outside experts, Messrs. R.J. Budnitz (USA) and Paul Smith (USA), as well as a staff member, A. Guerpinar (ESS-NSNI) took part in the review. The purpose of the mission was to assist the Slovenian Nuclear Safety Administration to review the external events PSA prepared by Krsko NPP consultants Westinghouse Energy Systems Europe and EQE International. Another seismic safety review was performed concurrently in Ljubljana involving the investigations in relation to the tectonic stability and reassessment of the design basis ground motion characterization for the Krsko NPP site

  14. Studies on the recording and balancing of the exhaust air activity of the research reactor Neuherberg (FRN)

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    Winkelmann, I.; Kreiner, H.J.

    1976-06-01

    This report describes newly developed methods of calibrating exhaust air measuring points. These methods have been tested in cooperation with the Bundesgesundheitsamt (Federal public health office) and Messrs. Kraftwerk Union. They have the advantage that calibration can be carried out during normal operation of the measuring points; their exactness is the same, if not higher than that of conventional methods, and they do not require much expenditure. This method of calibration has also been used for an assessment of the effectivity of different detector systems and measuring chambers. Furthermore, the report describes the installation and operation of a newly developed digital recording and balancing system for the activity emitted with the exhaust air in the stack of the FRN reactor. Using this system, the effective activity emitted with the exhaust air can be calculated, presented in a graph by a computer, and balanced, e.g. per year. (orig.) [de

  15. Mechatronics in compressor valves - experience with HydroCOM; Mechatronik in Kompressorventilen - Betriebserfahrungen mit HydroCOM

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    Rumpold, A. [Hoerbiger Ventilwerke GmbH, Wien (Austria)

    2000-03-01

    Optimisation of fluid flow rates is indispensable in piston compressor operation. Messrs. Hoerbiger are producers of continuous control elements which combine mechanical and electronic components. Applications and examples of the HydroCOM control system are presented. High availability permits servicing intervals around 160,000 hours of operation. The longer operating time will improve the competitive standing of piston compressors as compared to turbocompressors and screw compressors. [German] Fuer den Betrieb von Kolbenkompressoren ist eine optimale Liefermengenregelung unverzichtbarer Bestandteil. Im Gegensatz zu herkoemmlichen Verfahren hat Hoerbiger vor zwei Jahren durch die Kombination von Mechanik und Elektronik eine neue Generation von stufenlosen Mengenregelungen auf den Markt gebracht. Anwendungsbeispiele und Betriebserfahrungen mit der HydroCOM Regelung werden vorgestellt. Hohe Verfuegbarkeit erlaubt Wartungsintervalle fuer HydroCOM Aktuatoren von ca. 16000 Betriebsstunden. Und aufgrund der generell verbesserten Standzeiten von Packungen, Kolbenringen und Ventilen erzielt der so geregelte Kolbenkompressor hohe Attraktivitaet gegenueber Turbo- und Schraubenverdichtern. (orig./AKF)

  16. State-funded nuclear energy projects

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    Posner, E.

    1982-01-01

    The article has been published in the book 'Kernenergie als Beispiel fuer oeffentliche Innovationsfoerderung' by E. Posner, published in 1981 by Messrs. Glueckauf Verlag as part of their series 'Bergbau - Rohstoffe - Energie'. The book consists of the chapters: 1. Basic data on nuclear engineering, 2. Systematics of instruments of innovation policy and their application in West Germany, 3. Liberty of action required for the state in the field of innovations, 4. Evaluation of public funding of nuclear projects. The article is a summary of chapter 2; it analyzes the organisation, extent, and structure of receivers of public funds in West Germany until 1980. In view of smaller budgets which have initiated a discussion on the future of research funds, the article is not only of documentary value but of political relevance as well. (orig.) [de

  17. Limits of the values of thermography in the diagnosis of malignomas of the thyroid - compared with scintigraphy and sonography

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    Kaick, G. van

    1976-01-01

    In 250 patients suffering from various diseases of the thyroid, infrared thermography was tried out in addition to the common methods of examination such as scintiscanning, ultrasonic examination, and puncture with fine needles. These examinations were carried out using the camera videosystem made by Messrs. Rank. The thermopictures consist of 20,000 dots and are produced at a rate of 45 pictures per second. The measurements were made after exposing the bare throat to the constant room temperature of 19 0 for 15 minutes for adaptation. The results of the test indicate that most of the malignant growths on the thyroid can be detected by clinical diagnosis alone. The combination of cold scintiscanning, solid sonography, and thermography will probably enable a better and more specific diagnosis. Thermography and sonography alone are not suitable as screening methods for diagnosing malignant growths in the thyroid. (GSE) [de

  18. The one million volt X-ray therapy equipment at St Bartholomew's Hospital, 1936-1960

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    Innes, G.S.

    1988-01-01

    St Bartholomew's Hospital in 1934 placed a contract with Messrs Metropolitan Vickers, of Manchester, for an X-ray therapy equipment to operate at 600 kV, 2mA d.c., but with the proviso that every effort would be made to attain an operating condition of 1000 kV, 4mA. The X-ray tube and rectifiers were to be continuously evacuated and demountable. This meant that components such as filaments, anodes and the target could be easily replaced, so providing cheap maintenance and continuous availability of the plant. No specification exists today, but one was assembled from the minutes of the Cancer Committee of the hospital and the contract pricing. A brief outline historical review is also presented, particularly of the personalities involved, and the War years 1939-1945. (author)

  19. An introduction to the medical epistemology of Georges Canguilhem: moving beyond Michel Foucault.

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    Spicker, S F

    1987-11-01

    Although American philosophers and physicians are generally familiar with the writings of Claude Bernard (1813-1878), especially his Introduction to the Study of Experimental Medicine (1865), the medical epistemology of Georges Canguilhem, born in 1904, is virtually unknown in English speaking nations. Although indebted to Bernard for his conception of the methods to be employed in the acquisition of medical knowledge, Canguilhem radically reformulates Bernard's concepts of 'disease', 'health', 'illness', and 'pathology'. Contemporary exhortations to medical professionals and medical students that they "pay more attention to the whole patient" take on significance in working through the writings of Canguilhem; of crucial importance is the relation that obtains between a patient's unique symptomatology and the proper drug regiment that is required.

  20. Members of the Forum Engelberg visit CERN

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    Patrice Loïez

    2002-01-01

    The Forum Engelberg is an annual interdisciplinary conference held in Engelberg, Switzerland intended to act as an international platform for debate and exchange of views on key issues affecting scientific research, technology, economics and philosophy. Its President is Hubert Curien - former French Minister of Research and Space Research, and President of the CERN Council from 1994 to 1996.Seated here at a presentation by Peter Jenni, spokesperson for the ATLAS collaboration, during the visit of Forum members and Geneva public figures are Bernard Ecoffey, Founder of the Forum Engelberg (left), and Jean-Claude Landry, Department of the Interior, Agriculture and Environment, state of Geneva. Photo 01: (left to right) Bernard Ecoffey, Jean-Claude Landry and Peter Jenni. Photos 02, 03: (left to right) Jean-Claude Landry, Bernard Ecoffey and Peter Jenni.

  1. Noise hazard course

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    2003-01-01

    A 1/2 day course to promote awareness of the risks incurred by noise at the work place and recommendations to settle them. Next course Wednesday 24th September 2003. Costs are covered by TIS, Jacques Coillard from Bureau Véritas will present the course. Registration is obligatory. For more information and to enrol on this course go to the safety section of Human Resources Training and Development web pages, or contact: Ana-Paula Bernardes/TIS-GS (71385) or e-mail Ana-Paula.Bernardes@cern.ch

  2. Noise hazard course

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    2003-01-01

    A 1/2 day course to promote awareness of the risks incurred by noise at the work place and recommendations to settle them. Next course Wednesday 24th September 2003. Costs are covered by TIS, Jacques Coillard from Bureau Véritas will present the course. Registration is obligatory. For more information and to enrol on this course go to the safety section of Human Resources Training and Development web pages, or contact : Ana-Paula Bernardes/TIS-GS (71385) or e-mail Ana-Paula.Bernardes@cern.ch

  3. La historiografía francesa de los años noventa

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    Abel Ignacio López

    1999-01-01

    Full Text Available La historiografía francesa de los años noventa Bernard Lepetit (director. Les formes de l'experience. Une autre histoire sociale. París, Albin Michel, 1995. El libro dirigido por Bernard Lepetit resultó de una serie de jornadas de discusión que organizó, en octubre de 1993, El Centro de Investigaciones Históricas de la Escuela de Altos Estudios en Ciencias Sociales. Puede decirse que con este libro se da respuesta un par de editoriales de la revista Annales.

  4. Modeling Delay-Fired Explosion Spectra and Source Function Deconvolution at Regional Distances

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    1992-09-01

    Bollinger M. S. Sibol Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Department of Geological Sciences Blacksburg, Virginia 24061-0420 D TIC SELECTfE...TA09 6 AUTHOR(S) _l B B M. C. Chapman G. A. Bollinger i.S Sibol ?PERF-ORMING ORGANIZATION NAME(S) AND ADDRESS(ES) 8 PERFORMING ORiGA’NIZATION REPORT...Executive Ministry of Defense Blacknest, Brimpton Reading FG7-FRS, UNITED KINGDOM Dr. Bernard Massinon, Dr. Pierre Mechler Societe Radiomana 27 rue Claude Bernard 75005 Paris , FRANCE (2 Copies)

  5. Hüpped modernismi poole II : 20. sajandi eesti kirjandusteadus Euroopa kirjandusteaduse taustal : 16. loeng : pagulasaastad II. Institutsioonid ja kirjanikulood / Tiit Hennoste

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    Hennoste, Tiit, 1953-

    2009-01-01

    Vaadeldakse positivismi piiridesse jäävaid kirjaniku- ja kirjanduslugusid, keskmeks Rootsis toimunu ja ilmunu. Pikemalt Bernard Kangro, Arvo Mägi, Karl Ristikivi, Helmi Elleri, Herbert Salu, Henno Jänese, Otto Alexander Webermanni, Peeter Lindsaare poolt kirjutatud kirjanikelugudest. Kirjanduslugudest käsitletakse põhjalikumalt Arvo Mägi uurimusi "Lühike eesti kirjanduslugu I-II", "Viron kirjallisuuden historia" ja "Estonian Literature. An Outline" ning Henno Jänese "Geschichte der estnischen Literatur". Eksiilkirjanduse ajalugudest vaadeldakse Ants Orase teost "Estonian literature in exile" ning Arvo Mägi, Karl Ristikivi ja Bernard Kangro raamatut "Eesti kirjandus paguluses 1944-1972"

  6. Dalla macchina all’opera d’arte. Metafore del vivente nella biologia sperimentale ottocentesca

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    Annamaria Contini

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available The paper reconstructs an emblematic case of the relationship between scientific models and metaphors, showing how it is just a metaphor to shape the new image of the life promoted by Claude Bernard in the context of nineteenth-century biology. In fact, the scientist chooses to map a field that is still little known (the processes of organic creation by transferring properties and relations taken from the domain of the art. Using this heuristic fiction, Bernard can claim the originality of biological science and its independence from the physical and chemical sciences, without putting into question its deterministic system and its status as an experimental science.

  7. Ergonomics for users of VDU screens

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    2003-01-01

    (course in French) A 1/2 day course to promote awareness of the risks incurred by bad posture when working on a computer screen: backache, tired eyes, wrist pains.... and advice on avoiding them. Next course in September. Costs are covered by TIS, Clemente Pilly and Ribordy Marion from « PM postures » will present the course. Registration is obligatory. For more information and to enrol on this course go to the safety section of Human Resources Training and Development web pages, or contact : Ana-Paula Bernardes/TIS-GS (71385) Ana-Paula.Bernardes@cern.ch

  8. Retrospect

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    Weaver, Anthony

    1971-01-01

    A collection of essays on education printed in The New Era during the 1920-1930 era and written by: Beatrice Ensor, A. S. Neill, G. Bernard Shaw, Adolphe Ferriere, C. G. Jung, Martin Buber, Alfred Adler, Harold Rugg, Ovide Decroly, and Paul Langevin. (SE)

  9. Kuldne klassika eesti luuletajatelt / Tiina Kolk

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    Kolk, Tiina

    2005-01-01

    Tutvustus: Eesti luule. Kuldne klassika. II / Friedrich Reinhold Kreutzwald, Mihkel Veske, Ado Reinvald, Jakob Tamm, Villem Ridala (Grünthal), Artur Adson, August Alle, Marie Heiberg, Jaan Kärner, Hendrik Adamson, Johannes Semper, Juhan Sütiste, Heiti Talvik, Bernard Kangro, Karl Ristikivi, Kersti Merilaas, August Sang, Debora Vaarandi, Kalju Lepik, Juhan Smuul. Tallinn : SE & JS, 2005

  10. 'n ope brief aan Dorian Gray en 'n peiling van die Afrikaanse ...

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    19 Mrt. 2018 ... kritieser lesers (nie net vriende, Instagram-ondersteuners en kollegas nie) en 'n in- tensiewer ontginning van beskikbare toetsterreine. Het hy ooit gedigte voorgelê vir. NB-Uitgewers se Nuwe stemme-reeks? Sterk debutante soos Ilse van Staden, Bernard. Odendaal, Ronelda Kamfer, Loftus Marais, Hennie ...

  11. Defense Attache Saigon: RVNAF Quarterly Assessment, 4th Quarter FY74

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    1974-08-01

    sound - these were largely gainful losses. This is only relearning what the French learned the hard way two decades ago. As Bernard Fall points out. "at...beginning to putting greater efficiency and meanin -fulness into the present inspection system. g b. Currently the J-5/JGS is insufficiently manned to

  12. Teachers' Study Guide: The American Jewish Writer. The Image of the Jew in Literature.

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    Mersand, Joseph; Zara, Louis

    This guide was prepared to give an historical as well as a contemporary perspective on American Jewish authors and their writings. An introductory section presents information on such authors as Saul Bellow, Bernard Malamud, and Philip Roth; on the unique problems which Jewish writers have encountered in America; and on the breadth of current…

  13. Tree-nesting Rüppells Griffon vultures | Rondeau | Vulture News

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    Guy Rondeau, Phlippe Pilard, Bernard Ahon, Moussa Coundé. Abstract. No Abstract. Vulture News Vol. 55, 2006: 14-22. Full Text: EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT · DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT · AJOL African Journals Online. HOW TO USE AJOL... for Researchers · for Librarians ...

  14. Der er liv i historie

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    Poder, Anette; Müller Glibstrup, Tine; Roj Søndergaard, Anja

    I denne antologi præsenteres de første konkrete bud på, hvordan en senmoderne og konstruktivistisk historieundervisning kan tage sig ud i praksis. Der tages udgangspunk i bl.a. Bernard Eric Jensen "Historie - livsverden og fag" og Carlo Grevy "Historie og livsverden - en historiedidaktik"...

  15. Comentario al trabajo "Nuevos métodos bacteriológicos para detectar y evitar la resistencia bacteriana"

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    Alberto Gómez Gutierrez

    2003-09-01

    prestigioso Instituto Gustave Roussy de Investigación del Cáncer y, coincidencialmente, del edificio Gustave Roussydel Hospital Cochin en el que yo mismo hice mi doctorado, el doctor Ordóñez hizo una brillante carrera de fisiólogo, en la tradición que iniciara en Francia Claude Bernard (1813-1878...

  16. Synthesis and Assimilation Systems - Essential Adjuncts to the Global Ocean Observing System

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    2011-02-16

    141 Laboratoire des Ecoulements Geophysiques et Industriels, CNRS, BP53, 38041 Grenoble Cedex 9, France, Bernard. Barnier(a).hmg. inpg. fr "’’NOAA...coaps.fsu.vdu "" Laboratoire des Ecoulements Geophysiques et Indus triels, CNRS, BP53, 38041 Grenoble Cedex 9, France, Pierre. Brasseurfdi.hmg. inpg. fr m

  17. Mind the Gap: Infilling Stiegler's Philosophico-Educational Approach to Social Innovation

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    Reveley, James; Peters, Michael A.

    2016-01-01

    According to Bernard Stiegler, social innovations in the educational field are an antidotical cure for social pathologies wrought by the digitalisation of society. This article explores how Stiegler's social pharmacology links to the human-technical co-constitution thesis that he first expounded in "Technics and Time, 1." Not only do we…

  18. In the Shadow of the Peace Walls: Art, Education, and Social Reconstruction in Northern Ireland

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    Anderson, Tom; Conlon, Bernard

    2013-01-01

    Northern Ireland's well-known civil strife between Catholics and Protestants had enjoyed an uneasy peace, but a recent outbreak of new violence in 2010 caused disappointment to these authors. Bernard Conlon and Tom Anderson collaborated on creating a new children's peace mural with the Kids' Guernica Peace Mural Project in West Belfast. This Kids'…

  19. Basic counselling skills | Brand | South African Medical Journal

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    George Bernard Shaw stated, 'The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place'. In the medical world, and especially one that involves children, this is unfortunately a reality. Full Text: EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT · DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT.

  20. 76 FR 72405 - Notice of Receipt of Requests to Voluntarily Cancel Certain Pesticide Registrations

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    2011-11-23

    .... The regulations.gov Web site is an ``anonymous access'' system, which means EPA will not know your... ingredients 000239-02626 Ortho Home Defense Hi-Power Brand MGK 264 Pyrethrins Permethrin. Indoor Insect Fogger... Prestige Brands International, 90 North Broadway, Irvington, NY 10533. 75015 Bernard I. Segal, 2406...

  1. Browse Title Index

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    Items 151 - 200 of 581 ... Vol 15, No 3 (2013), Factors associated with flea infestation among the different rodent species in Mbulu and Karatu districts, northern Tanzania, Abstract. Martin F. Haule, Eligius F. Lyamuya, Mecky I. Matee, Bukheti S. Kilonzo, Bernard M. Hang'ombe. Vol 11, No 2 (2009), Factors associated with ...

  2. Concorde

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    1971-01-01

    Concorde -volera, volera pas et comment volera-t-il? Film: les Concordes de vol Le Commandant Bernard présente le Concorde, "né" en 1962, et commente l'appareil qui est d'actualité- commentaires techniques à l'aide d'une maquette et présentation des dias

  3. Electrochemical synthesis and characterization of chloride doped ...

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    Unknown

    1. Introduction. Research in electroactive polymers, particularly in aromatic conducting polymers, has received considerable attention worldwide in the past few years because of their potential applications in the fields of microelectronics, optics and optoelectronics (Bernard et al 1998, 2001;. Schultze et al 1999; Mousty et al ...

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

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    ... L. 1758: Hymenoptera, Apidae) in three beekeeping sites of the Democratic Republic of Congo · EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. Boniface Posho Ndola, Paul Malumba, Bernard Wathelet, Eric Haubruge, Frederic Francis, Bach Kim Nguyen, 541-555.

  5. Elementary Teachers' Perceptions of Administrators and Job Satisfaction

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    Davis, Christen M.

    2012-01-01

    The purpose of this study was to investigate administrative influence on teacher job satisfaction based on the perspectives of teachers using Frederick Herzberg, Bernard Mausner, and Barbara Snyderman's Two-Factor Theory on job satisfaction as the theoretical framework. This study also explored the administrative actions and behaviors that…

  6. Journal of Sustainable Development Law and Policy (The) - Vol 8 ...

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    Towards a coherent implementation of safe building laws and regulations in Cameroon: Law, governance and institutional imperatives · EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. Claude Bernard Tene, Siddig Omer, Blaise Mempouo, 87-109 ...

  7. ARSITEKTUR TRADISIONAL TIONGHOA: TINJAUAN TERHADAP IDENTITAS, KARAKTER BUDAYA DAN EKSISTENSINYA

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    Hamdil Khaliesh

    2014-01-01

    Wigglesworth, S. & Till, J. 1998. The Everyday and Architecture. Architectural Design. New York: Princeton Architectural Press Wong, Bernard. 1998. Ethnicity and Entrepreneurship: The New Chinese Immigrants in  the San Francisco Bay Area. Allyn &Bacon A Simon & Schuster Company. San Francisco State University. United States of America

  8. Journal of Applied Biosciences - Vol 108 (2016)

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    The spatial distribution of coastal fish assemblage in Côte d'Ivoire's Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ), West Africa · EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. Soumaïla Sylla, Kouadio Fréderic Kouakou, Christian Bernard Tia, Stanislas Silvain Yao, Boua Célestin ...

  9. The spatial distribution of coastal fish assemblage in Côte d'Ivoire's ...

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    The spatial distribution of coastal fish assemblage in Côte d'Ivoire's Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ), West Africa. Soumaïla Sylla, Kouadio Fréderic Kouakou, Christian Bernard Tia, Stanislas Silvain Yao, Boua Célestin Atse ...

  10. 31 August 2008 - Secretary General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon visiting CMS experimental underground area and LHC tunnel with CERN Director-General R. Aymar and Collaboration Spokesperson T. Virdee. Director-General of the United Nations Office at Geneva S. Ordzhonikidze also present.

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    Maximilien Brice

    2008-01-01

    Also present on the photographs: Guests: Representative of the French Republic O. Laurens-Bernard, Sous Préfet de Gex Deputy Permanent representative C. Guilhou, Permanent Mission of France to the UN CERN: CMS Collaboration Technical Coordinator A. Ball Chief Scientific Officer, Deputy Director-General J. Engelen Group Leader in matter of Safety C. Schaefer LHC engineer in charge L. Ponce

  11. Children's Needs and Early Stimulation. A Report of a Workshop for Early Childhood Education Trainers (Harare, Zimbabwe, July 29--August 9, 1991).

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    Regional Training and Resource Centre, Nairobi (Kenya).

    The Regional Training and Resource Centre (RTRC) is a 5-year program that began in 1989. A consultative group to the program consists of members from the countries of Nigeria, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Zambia, Lesotho, Mozambique, and Kenya. The functions of the RTRC are to: (1) disseminate information concerning projects supported by the Bernard van…

  12. Master i jego masterskaja / Boris Tuch

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    Tuch, Boris, 1946-

    2007-01-01

    3.-6. märtsini toimuvad Tallinnas Moskva teatri Pjotr Fomenko Meistriklass külalisetendused. Esitatakse lavastused "Perekondlik õnn" Lev Tolstoi romaani järgi Pjotr Fomenko lavastuses ja George Bernard Shaw' "Südametemurdumise maja" Jevgeni Kamenkovitshi lavastuses

  13. Targetting Teenagers.

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    Bernard van Leer Foundation Newsletter, 1995

    1995-01-01

    This theme issue of the Bernard van Leer Foundation newsletter focuses on the problem of teenage pregnancy and teenage parenthood in developing and developed nations, and examines the problems that teenage mothers face in different societies. It explores societal norms and values related to teenage parenting; the effects of teenage parents on…

  14. To Leave, or Not to Leave: That Is the Problem in "A Doll's House" and "Candida"

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    Varghaiyan, Naghmeh

    2015-01-01

    This paper explores representation of "Woman Question" in Henrik Ibsen's "A Doll's House" and George Bernard Shaw's "Candida." The paper argues that unlike many studies that have read Candida and Nora as two disparate characters, they can be considered as the same "New Woman" represented only from different…

  15. Why Theology Can and Should Be Taught at Secular Universities: Lonergan on Intellectual Conversion

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    Giddy, Patrick

    2011-01-01

    Drawing on Bernard Lonergan's "Method in Theology" (1972) I argue that theology can be taught because personal knowledge, of which it is an instance, is at the heart of academic inquiry; and it should be taught because critical engagement with basic ways of taking one's life as a whole (religion in a broad sense) furnishes a critique of the…

  16. Murphy's Moral Economy of Labor.

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    Masters, Roger D.

    1996-01-01

    Praises and summarizes James Bernard Murphy's "The Moral Economy of Labor: Aristotelian Themes in Economic Theory." Linking economic theories from Adam Smith to Karl Marx, Murphy criticizes traditional economic and social thinking regarding the division of labor. He proposes an integration of conceptualization and execution to humanize…

  17. Disainikaart : Šveits

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    2008-01-01

    Šveitsi praktilist, atraktiivset ja nutikat disaini esindavad Le Corbusier ja Mario Botta arhitektuur, Adrien Rovero installatsioon, Bernard Tschumi uued vormid arhitektuuris, Herzog & de Meuroni Pekingi olümpiastaadion, disainibüroode Big Game, Fulguro, It Desing mööbel ja valgustid, D'Esposito ja Gaillardi tootedisain kandiku näol ja Nicolas Le Moigne nutikas kastekann

  18. Respiratory Challenges in Breast Cancer: Potential for Enhanced Diagnostics and Therapy

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    2009-07-31

    spatial light modulator (SLM). The current system uses a Digital Micromirror Device (DMD) from Texas Instruments, a 1024 x 768 binary mirror array...Symposium, San Antonio, Texas , December 10-14, 2008 2) Austin Moy, Jae G. Kim, Eva YHP Lee, Bruce Tromberg, Albert Cerussi, Bernard Choi

  19. The Research Laboratory of Electronics Progress Report Number 136, 1 January-31 December 1993

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    1994-06-01

    the previous four years for of gravitational lensing-the distortion of radio the Office of Solar System Exploration of the signals from distant radio...355 Energia Nucleare e Energie Alternative (Italy) 249 Geophysics 325 Energy transfer 133 Geraci, James R. 35, 37 Entin, Ilya 209, 225 Gold, Bernard 317

  20. Browse Title Index

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    Mariama Bammo, Pauline Dioussé, Mariétou Thiam, Madoky Maguatte Diop, Adama Berthé, Flugence Abdou Faye, Thierno Abdoul Aziz Diallo, Fatou Seck Sarr, Haby Dione, Papa Souleymane Touré, Bernard Marcel Diop, Mamadou Mourtalla Ka. Vol 10 (2011), Les aspergillomes pulmonaires: à propos de 37 cas à ...

  1. Kazachstan a termojaderná fúze

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    Řípa, Milan

    Srpen (2017) ISSN 2464-7888 Institutional support: RVO:61389021 Keywords : fusion * ITER * KTM * material testing * Cirque de Solei * Bernard Bigot * EXPO 2017 Subject RIV: BL - Plasma and Gas Discharge Physics OBOR OECD: Fluids and plasma physics (including surface physics) http://www.3pol.cz/cz/rubriky/jaderna-fyzika-a-energetika/2039-kazachstan-a-termojaderna-fuze

  2. Estimate of genetic diversity in cassutinga ( Croton heliotropiifolius ...

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    Estimate of genetic diversity in cassutinga (Croton heliotropiifolius) based on molecular markers. Tallita de Oliveira Rocha, Janaina Silva Freitas, Elisa Susilene Lisboa dos Santos, Murilo Marques Scaldaferri, Claudine Gonçalves de Oliveira, Carlos Bernard Moreno Cerqueira-Silva ...

  3. Bookworms: Great Writers and Readers Celebrate Reading.

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    Furman, Laura, Ed.; Standard, Elinore, Ed.

    The voices in this anthology, i.e., Zora Neale Hurston, Eudora Welty, Anthony Trollope, E.M. Forster, Franz Kafka, Frederick Douglass, Emily Post, Virginia Woolf, Bernard Malamud, and many others, describe the excitement of first learning to read and remind everyone of the unique companionship offered throughout life by books. The anthology…

  4. Forward and Inverse Modeling of Near-Field Seismic Waveforms from Underground Nuclear Explosions for Effective Source Functions and Structure Parameters.

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    1987-04-05

    osphe ri c in d Plan1etalry Sciences M Inst itute of Technology u~hid~’i A 02139 )r. AILan Kafka Department af Geology I Gcophysics L 0otn Illge2...Raditmana 21, Rue Claude Bernard 75005, Paris, FRANCE Dr. Ben ienaheim 4cizman Institute of Science iWhovot, ISRAEL 951729 Dr. Svein Mykkeltveit -’,TN

  5. Dryden: A Collection of Critical Essays. Twentieth Century Views Series.

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    Schilling, Bernard N., Ed.

    One of a series of works aimed at presenting contemporary critical opinion on major authors, this collection includes essays by Bernard Schilling, T. S. Eliot, Louis I. Bredvold, James M. Osborn, Reuben A. Brower, Edwin Morgan, Earl Wasserman, R. J. Kaufmann, Moody E. Prior, Earl W. Miner, Edward N. Hooker, E. M. W. Tillyard, John Hollander,…

  6. Hüpped modernismi poole II : 20. sajandi eesti kirjandusteadus Euroopa kirjandusteaduse taustal : 15. loeng : pagulasaastad I / Tiit Hennoste

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    Hennoste, Tiit, 1953-

    2009-01-01

    Vaadeldakse kirjandusuurimist paguluses kuni 1960. aastate alguseni. Pikemalt Ants Orase, Ivar Ivaski, Gustav Suitsu, Herbert Salu, Otto Alexander Webermanni, Ilmar Talve, Arvo Mägi, Valev Uibopuu, Bernard Kangro, Harald Parresti, Peeter Lindsaare, Mall Jürma, Henrik Visnapuu, Karl Ristikivi, Olev Parlo ja Henno Jänese töödest

  7. [Editorial

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    Fingleton, B.; Abreu, M.; Cheshire, P.; Garretsen, H.; Igliori, D.; Le Gallo, J.; McCann, P.; McCombie, John; Monastiriotis, V.; Roberts, M.; Yu, J.

    2012-01-01

    In this editorial we summarize and comment on papers published in issue 7.4. The first paper is 'Spatial Econometrics of Innovation: Recent Contributions and Research Perspectives', by Corinne Autant-Bernard. Then we have the contribution by Martin Andersson & Jan Weiss on 'External Trade and

  8. Madoff Debacle Hits Colleges and Raises Questions about Trustee Conflicts

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    Fain, Paul

    2009-01-01

    Several colleges and universities lost millions in the alleged $50-billion Ponzi scheme run by the Wall Street trader Bernard L. Madoff. The losses include institutions' endowment holdings in hedge funds that were invested with Madoff as well as hits taken by supporting foundations and donors. Several foundations that have been active in higher…

  9. Consider Your Man Card Reissued: Masculine Honor and Gun Violence

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    Shuffelton, Amy

    2015-01-01

    In this article, Amy Shuffelton addresses school shootings through an investigation of honor and masculinity. Drawing on recent scholarship on honor, including Bernard Williams's "Shame and Necessity" and Kwame Anthony Appiah's "The Honor Code," Shuffelton points out that honor has been misconstrued as exclusively a matter of…

  10. Iraani ähvardamine sõjaga varjutab kõnelusi tuumatüli üle / Triin Oppi

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    Oppi, Triin

    2007-01-01

    Prantsusmaa välisministri Bernard Kouchner rääkis raadios ja televisioonis sõja võimalikkusest Iraaniga, kui Iraan peaks jätkuvalt eirama ÜRO ettekirjutusi ning jätkama uraani rikastamist. Iraani välisministeeriumi esindaja Mohammad Ali Hosseini ja ÜRO IAEA juhi Mohamed ElBaradei reageeringuid

  11. The Importance of Self-Identification in Art, Culture, and Ethnicity

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    Young, Bernard

    2013-01-01

    The Lowenfeld Award was established in 1960 by friends and former students of Viktor Lowenfeld (widely acknowledged as the most influential art educator of the 20th century) to honor an NAEA member who has made significant contributions to the field of art education through the years. This article reports on the 2012 recipient, Bernard Young,…

  12. Predicting Outcome in Patients With Work-Related Upper Extremity Disorders: A Prospective Study of Medical, Physical, Ergonomic, and Psychosocial Risk Factors

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    Huang, Grant D

    1999-01-01

    .... Over the past few decades, empirical investigations have found that medical, physical, ergonomic, and psychosocial factors are correlated with and/or predictive of these disorders (e.g., Armstrong et al., 1993; Bongers et al., 1993; Hales AND Bernard, 1996).

  13. The Department of Defense Role in Foreign Assistance: Background, Major Issues, and Options for Congress

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    2008-12-09

    cit., p. 11. 90 Thomas P. Galvin, “Extending the Phase Zero Campaign Mindset,” Joint Force Quarterly, Issue 45, 2nd quarter, 2007, pp. 49-50...civilians into PRTs have 120 See, for instance, Edward Bernard Glick , Peaceful

  14. Marfan syndrome: Getting to the root of the problem

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    Franken, R.

    2016-01-01

    In 1896 Antoine-Bernard Marfan was the first to describe a 5-year-old patient with typical Marfan features. Currently, the Marfan syndrome is known to be a heritable connective tissue disorder with a prevalence of 1 per 5000 individuals, affecting multiple organ-systems, including the lungs, eyes,

  15. Training, Developing, and Assessing Cross-Cultural Competence in Military Personnel

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    2011-04-01

    theatre , and then to (b) continue to learn and become progressively more culturally agile over time. This report provides information and... anthropological fieldwork is inductive, done from the ground up. Meaning is established as the result of interactions between the anthropologist investigator...literature on anthropological discovery techniques which covers the tools and 12 approaches mentioned here (see, for example, Bernard, 2002; Epstein

  16. The fine structure of the sperm and spermatid differentiation in the ...

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    The fine structure of the sperm and spermatid differentiation in the brown mussel Perna perna. RIF. Bernard and A.N. Hodgson. Department of Zoology and Entomology, Rhodes University, Grahamstown. The mature sperm of Perna perna is 50-55 Ilm long and comprises three regions: a head, a mid-piece and a tail. The.

  17. Märkmeid 1935. a. luulekirjanduse puhul / Ants Oras

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    Oras, Ants, 1900-1982

    2009-01-01

    Pikemalt käsitletakse järgnevaid autoreid ja nende teoseid: Marie Under "Kivi südamelt", Juhan Sütiste "Päikese ootel", Erni Hiir "Sinimäed", Mart Raud "Kauge ring", Paul Viiding "Traataed", Bernard Kangro "Sonetid", Hugo Masing "Neemed Vihmade lahte"

  18. A Homeland Security Net Assessment Needed Now!

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    2015-12-01

    intellectual giant comparable to such nuclear strategists as Bernard Brodie, Herman Kahn, Henry Kissinger, James Schlesinger, and Albert Wohlstetter.”18 He...take such a broad approach and might serve as models for a homeland-security net assessment include Bruce Hoffman , “A First Draft of the History of

  19. Too Many Compromises

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    Schwarzkopf, Stefan

    2016-01-01

    to the unusually high pressures on academic freedom during the McCarthy era. It supplements this review with evidence obtained from archival research, including declassified FBI files. The focus of this paper is set on prominent individuals, mainly Bernard Berelson, Samuel Stouffer, Hadley Cantril, Robert S. Lynd...

  20. Understanding Insight in the Context of Q

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    Coghlan, David

    2012-01-01

    In Revans' learning formula, L = P + Q, Q represents "questioning insight", by which Revans means that insight comes out of the process of questioning programmed knowledge (P) in the light of experience. We typically focus on the content of an insight rather than on the act of insight. Drawing primarily on the work of Bernard Lonergan this paper…

  1. Fulltext PDF

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    , CERN, Genève, Switzerland ... Bachas Constantin, LPT, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, France. Bailly Sean, LAPTh, Annecy-le-Vieux, .... Zoupanos George, National Technical Univ., Athènes, Greece. Zuber Jean-Bernard, LPTHE Jussieu, ...

  2. Tau leptons

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    Gan, K.K.

    1992-01-01

    Once an oddity, tau leptons are now being mass produced at electron-positron colliders, and tau physics is becoming daily life. This was reflected at the Second Workshop on Tau Lepton Physics, held at Ohio State University, September 8-11. This workshop was the sequel to the successful workshop organized by Michel Davier and Bernard Jean-Marie at Orsay in 1990

  3. Lahkunud 1999

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    2000-01-01

    Ilmar Torn (10. I), Leopold Ennosaar (21. I), Voldemar Vaga (23. II), Ilmar Laasi (15. VIII), Voldemar Peil (17. X), Ludvig Kruusmaa (7. XII), Aksel Vallaste (13. XII), Aldo van Eyck (1919-14. I 1999), Bernard Buffet (1928-4. X 1999), Tibor Kalman (1950-5. V 1999).

  4. Iniciativa sobre Efectividad: Un entorno para el aprendizaje (Initiative about Effectiveness: An Environment for Learning).

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    Moreno Garcia, Teresa, Ed.

    2000-01-01

    This Spanish- and Portuguese-language bulletin presents articles focusing on the Effectiveness Initiative (EI), a project of the Bernard van Leer Foundation for making a qualitative analysis of those elements of the programs of Early Childhood Development (ECD) that benefit the participants and their communities and cultures. The first article…

  5. Laboratory Particle Velocity Experiments on Indiana Limestone and Sierra White Granite

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    1991-10-01

    Angeles, CA 90089-0741 Arlington, VA 22209-2308 Prof. Shelton Alexander Dr. G.A. Bollinger Geosciences Department Department of Geological Sciences 403...Pierre Mechler Societe Radiomana 27 rue Claude Bernard 75005 Paris , FRANCE (2 Copies) Dr. Svein Mykkeltveit NTNTNORS AR P.O. Box 51 N-2007 Kjeller

  6. Demonstration of Regional Discrimination of Eurasian Seismic Events Using Observations at Soviet IRIS and CDSN Stations

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    1992-03-01

    California 1300 North 17th Street University Park Suite 1450 Los Angeles, CA 90089-0741 Arlington, VA 22209-2308 Prof. Shelton Alexander Dr. G.A. Bollinger ...Mftistry of Defens BI&Cknet.rIM po KINGDOM" Dr. Bernard Massinon Dr. Pi MAfchler Soce Radioma 27 rue Msuds Buaid 75005 Paris , FRANE (2 Capins) Dr. Svi

  7. Data to Test and Evaluate the Performance of Neural Network Architectures for Seismic Signal Discrimination. Volume 2. Neural Computing for Seismic Phase Identification

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    1991-09-27

    University Park Suite 1450 Los Angeles, CA 90089-0741 Arlington, VA 22209-2308 Prof. Shelton Alexander Dr. G.A. Bollinger Geosciences Department Department...Massinon, Dr. Pierre Mechier Societe Radiomana 27 rue Claude Bernard 75005 Paris , FRANCE (2 Copies) Dr. Svein Mykkeltveit NTNT/NORSAR P.O. Box 51 N-2007

  8. Propagation of Regional Phases in the Basin and Range

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    1990-02-02

    Street Urbana, IL 61801 OTHERS (United States) Dr. Monem Abdel-Gawad Dr. G.A. Bollinger Rockwell International Science Center Department of Geological... Paris , FRANCE (2 Copies) Dr. Pierre Mecheler Societe Radiomana 27 rue Claude Bernard 75005 Paris , FRANCE Dr. Svein Mykkeltveit NTNF/NORSAR P.O. Box 51 N

  9. NORSAR Basic Seismological Research

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    1989-11-29

    of Alaska Division of Geological & Planetary Sciences Fairbanks, AK 9970. California Institute of Technology Pasadena, CA 7𔃻 125 Dr. G.A. Bollinger ...75005 Paris , FRANCE (2 Copies) Dr. Pierre Mecheler Societe Radiomana 27 rue Claude Bernard 75005 Paris , FRANCE Dr. Svein Mykkeltveit NTNF/NORSAR P.O. Box

  10. RMS Lg as a Yield Estimator in Eurasia. Part 1

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    1992-04-01

    Bollinger Geosciences Department Department of Geological Sciences 403 Deike Building Virginia Polytechnical Institute The Pennsylvania State...Bernard 75005 Paris , FRANCE (2 Copies) Dr. Svein Mykkeltveit NTNT/NORSAR P.O. Box 51 N-2007 Kjeller, NORWAY (3 Copies) Prof. Keith Priestley University

  11. A Constrained Bayesian Approach for Testing TTBT Compliance

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    1992-03-06

    Shelton Alexander Dr. G.A. Bollinger Geosciences Department Department of Geological Sciences 403 Deike Building Virginia Polytechnical Institute...Claude Bernard 75005 Paris , FRANCE (2 Copies) Dr. Svein Mykkeltveit NTNT/NORSAR P.O. Box 51 N-2007 Kjeller, NORWAY (3 Copies) Prof. Keith Priestley

  12. Conceptual Application of the Discrimination Model of Clinical Supervision for Direct Care Workers in Adolescent Residential Treatment Settings

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    Byrne, Andrew M.; Sias, Shari M.

    2010-01-01

    This article applies the tenets of Bernard's in "Counselor Edu Supervision" 19:60-68, (1979) discrimination model of clinical supervision to the supervision needs of those who provide direct care to adolescents in residential treatment due to abuse, neglect, behavioral, or emotional problems. The article focuses on three areas…

  13. Developments in the Financing of Graduate Education.

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    Student Loan Marketing Association, Washington, DC.

    Contributors' papers include: an overview (Lawrence A. Hough); the federal role (David Breneman); forecasting the stocks and flows of degree holders (Douglas L. Adkins); medical education's response (Bernard Nelson); long-term approach to graduate education student financial assistance (Kurt L. Kendis); needs analysis at the graduate and…

  14. Le "rectangle d'or": 5 000 emplois annoncés

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    Gruzelle, Francis

    2002-01-01

    A French and Swiss committee agreed, in Saint Genis-Pouilly on Tuesday evening, to advance to the next stage towards the creation of a cross-border centre for technology to be located near to CERN and the airport but on the french side. Manager of the project, Bernard Weil, also announced to the committee the idea of a theme park (1 page)

  15. Kicking up Sand in Middle-East Studies

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    Byrne, Richard

    2008-01-01

    Professors who attended the Association for the Study of the Middle East and Africa (ASMEA) were alarmed about the state of Middle East studies. The group's co-founder, Bernard Lewis, said in his keynote address that the freedom to study and write on the topic of Islam was under assault by a Cerberus of "postmodernism," "political correctness,"…

  16. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of Psychologists in the Army Medical Service (4th) Held in New York, New York on August 30, 1961

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    1986-02-01

    psycology orogram at Fort Bragg. I would Like to explain what our program consists of, how we carry it out, and what scme.of the reasons are for what we are...Army Medical Research Laboraitty it-Bernard L. Mooney, HSC Fort Knox, Kentucky - ClinIcal Psycology Service, USDB jAOV Forte Lezv"eor~mrh, Nansas

  17. Polytocy in the Cape serotine bat Eptesicus capensis (A. Smith 1829 ...

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    1989-11-28

    Nov 28, 1989 ... Smithers & Wilson 1979. Natal. Bernard 1982b. Cape Province. Herselman & Norton 1985. Fam. Rhinolophidae. Rhinolophus hildebrandtii. Northern parts. Smithers 1983 of subregion. R. fumigatus. Northern parts. Smithers 1983 of subregion. R. clivosus. Cape Province. Herselman & Norton 1985. Natal.

  18. Teekann - keraamiku proovikivi

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    2001-01-01

    Tallinna Linnagaleriis teekannude näitus "Time for Tea", mis annab ülevaate originaal- (Bernard Leachi koolkonna keraamikute tööd jm.) ja tööstusliku keraamika arengust Suurbritannias 20. sajandil. Kaasaegset keraamikat esindava Kate Malone'i workshop EKA keraamikaosakonnas 16.-19. IV.

  19. Subclavian Aberrant right artery aneurysm causing a common carotid trunk: findings in CT and MR

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    Quiroga Gomez, S.; Alvarez Castells, A.; Dominguez Oronoz, R.; Gifre Bassols, L.

    1995-01-01

    We present a case of aberrant right subclavian artery aneurysm causing dysphagia, dysphonia, and Claude-Bernard-Horner's syndrome by compression of adjacent structures, initially diagnosed with plain chest radiography and barium-swallow examination. CT and MRI confirmed this vascular anomaly and showed a common carotid trunk, associated to aberrant subclavian artery in 29% of cases. (Author) 10 refs

  20. Nodule de Soeur Marie-Josèphe révélateur de carcinomes digestif ...

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    Nodule de Soeur Marie-Josèphe révélateur de carcinomes digestif et ovarien: à propos de 4 cas. Papa Souleymane Touré, Cheikh Tidiane Tall, Pauline Dioussé, Adama Berthé, Madoky Maguatte Diop, Mamadou Moustapha Sarr, Balla Diop, Yakham Mohamed Léye, Bernard Marcel Diop, Mamadou Mourtalla Ka ...

  1. On Thursday 2 December, the Director-General received the 14 staff members who began to work in 1979 and celebrated 25 years of service at CERN.

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    Maximilien Brice

    2004-01-01

    Beugnet Claude / AB Bourgeois Georges / AB Goossens Michel / IT Herzog Patrick / IT Jeanneret Jean-Bernard / AB Lacarrère Daniel / TS Mollay Robert / TS Mornacchi Giuseppe / PH Ployer Annie / DSU Remondino Vittorio / AT Stellfeld Donat / AB Taureg Hans / PH Terrier Jean-Pierre / AB Wehrle Urs / AB

  2. The association between social networks and self-rated risk of HIV ...

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    Elizabeth J. Lyimo

    2014-03-18

    Mar 18, 2014 ... The association between social networks and self- rated risk of HIV infection among secondary school students in Moshi Municipality, Tanzania. Elizabeth J. Lyimo a. , Jim Todd bc. , Lisa Ann Richey d. & Bernard Njau e a. MPH, Kilimanjaro Christian Medical University College, Tumaini University, Moshi,.

  3. Epistemically Virtuous Risk Management : Financial Due Diligence and Uncovering the Madoff Fraud

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    de Bruin, Boudewijn; Luetge, Christoph; Jauernig, Johanna

    2014-01-01

    The chapter analyses how Bernard Madoff’s Ponzi scheme was uncovered by Harry Markopolos, an employee of Rampart Investment Management, LLC, and the contribution of so-called epistemic virtues to Markopolos’ success. After Rampart had informed the firm about an allegedly highly successful hedge fund

  4. Rich Imaginations

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    Freedman, Jonathan

    2009-01-01

    The story of Bernard Madoff rivals outrageous fiction. It was astonishing that this seemingly kindly, respectable financier, a pioneer in electronic trading, a founding partner in the Nasdaq exchange, turned out to have been running a $65-billion Ponzi scheme that victimized country-club elites, middle-class retirees, foundations, universities,…

  5. Engaging Students with Gaps: The Whale and the Cigar.

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    Fowler, Lois Josephs; Pesante, Linda Hutz

    1989-01-01

    Shows how to help students fill in textual "gaps" to interact more fully with contemporary texts, classics, and myths. Presents examples of this approach for studying (1) Shakespeare's "Hamlet" with Tom Stoppard's "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead"; and (2) George Bernard Shaw's "Pygmalion" with the…

  6. Innovation - Vol 31 (2005)

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    . Bernard Dione, Henri Séne. http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/innovation.v31i1.26501 · National library associations: websites and electronic discussion groups. Al-Amin Yusuph. http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/innovation.v31i1.26503 · Building a vibrant ...

  7. National Language Policy Theory: Exploring Spolsky's Model in the Case of Iceland

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    Albury, Nathan John

    2016-01-01

    Language policies are born amidst the complex interplay of social, cultural, religious and political forces. With this in mind, Bernard Spolsky theorises that the language policy of any independent nation is driven, at its core, by four co-occurring conditions--national ideology, English in the globalisation process, a nation's attendant…

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

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    Ehin, Andres, 1940-2011

    2001-01-01

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

  9. Uudiseid maailmast / Nele-Eva Steinfeld

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    Steinfeld, Nele-Eva

    2013-01-01

    Lühisõnumeid muusikamaailmast: Statistikat 2012. aasta kohta. Wagner Dresdenis. Sir Simon Rattle ei pikenda lepingut Berliinis. Richard Rodney Bennett. Probleemid La Scalas ja Metropolitan Operas. Läti Riiklik Sümfooniaorkester peadirigendita. Bernard Haitink on Madalmaade Raadio orkestri partoon. Viktor Meržanov. Lisa Della Casa

  10. Pretend Play in the Early Childhood Classroom

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    McEntire, Nancy

    2009-01-01

    This article presents and summarizes recent resources related to pretend play in the early childhood classroom. These include "Contemporary Perspectives on Play in Early Childhood Education" by Olivia N. Sarachoe and Bernard Spodek; "Dramatic Play: Bring It Back" by Tammy Benson; and "The Importance of Being Playful" by Elena Bodrova and Deborah…

  11. Elementos traza, tierras raras y boro en sistemas hidrotermales de alta temperatura de México /

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    Bernard Romero, Ruben Alejandro

    2012-01-01

     tesis que para obtener el grado de Doctorado en Ciencias de la Tierra, presenta Ruben Alejandro Bernard Romero ; asesor Iouri Taran201 páginas : ilustracionesDoctorado en Ciencias de la Tierra UNAM, Instituto de Geofísica, 2012

  12. Browse Title Index

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    Items 1 - 50 of 292 ... Bernard Kakuhikire, Diego Suquillo, Elly Atuhumuza, Rumbidzai Mushavi, Jessica M. Perkins, Atheendar S. Venkataramani, Sheri D. Weiser, David R. ... Vol 15, No 1 (2018), Accounting for youth audiences' resistances to HIV and AIDS messages in the television drama Tsha Tsha in South Africa, Abstract ...

  13. A Paradigm for Security Metrics in Counterinsurgency

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    2011-06-10

    The rest go on with their old measurements and expect me to fit them. — George Bernard Shaw, Playwright The history of COIN security metrics...at an estimated 263,000 in 1962.87 The book Souvenirs de la Bataille d’Alger written by Saadi Yacef in 1962 inspired the movie Battle of Algiers

  14. 2296-IJBCS-Article-Prof Robert Byamukama

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    Matthias HEYDENREICH3 and Bernard T. KIREMIRE1. 1Department of Chemistry, College of Natural Sciences, Makerere University, P.O. Box 7062, Kampala,. Uganda. 2Chemistry Department, Faculty of Science, Kyambogo University, P.O. Box 1, Kyambogo, Uganda. 3Institut für Chemie, Universität Potsdam, P.O. Box 60 ...

  15. Photocorrosion studies on CdS, CdSM; Se0.38 and Pt/CdSO.6ZSe0 ...

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    Photocorrosion studies on CdS, CdSM; Se0.38 and Pt/CdSO.6ZSe0.38 in aqueous halide solutions ' l BERNARD RUFUS, V RAMAKRISHNAN, B VISWANATHAN and J C KURIACOSE*. Department of Chemistry, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras 600 036, .India. MS received 27 October 1988; revised 15 April 1989.

  16. Shaw's Comedy, Language Arts: 5113.90.

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    This guide provides the teacher with strategies to aid students in examining five representative plays by Bernard Shaw and in comparing his comedy with the comic art of Oscar Wilde, Richard Sheridan, Ben Jonson, and William Shakespeare. Performance objectives include isolating elements which pertain to the life and times of Shaw, delineating…

  17. The Digital Regime of Truth: From the Algorithmic Governmentality to a New Rule of Law

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    Antoinette Rouvroy

    2016-11-01

    Full Text Available This text is a transcription of Rouvroy’s presentation on 7th October 2014 at the “Digital Studies” seminar series at the Centre Georges Pompidou. This seminar series, organised by the French philosopher Bernard Stiegler, question the influence of digital technologies on knowledge from an epistemological point of view and from the way they alter academic disciplines.

  18. Gluon 2- and 3-Point Correlation Functions on the Lattice

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    Parrinello, Claudio

    1993-01-01

    I present some preliminary results, obtained in collaboration with C. Bernard and A. Soni, for the lattice evaluation of 2- and 3-point gluon correlation functions in momentum space, with emphasis on the amputated 3-gluon vertex function. The final goal of this approach is the study of the running QCD coupling constant as defined from the amputated 3-gluon vertex.

  19. 2- and 3-point gluon correlation functions on the lattice

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    Parrinello, C. (Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Edinburgh (United Kingdom))

    1994-04-01

    I present some preliminary results, obtained in collaboration with C. Bernard and A. Soni, for the lattice evaluation of 2- and 3-point gluon correlation functions in momentum space, with emphasis on the amputated 3-gluon vertex function. The final goal of this approach is the study of the running QCD coupling constant as defined from the amputated 3-gluon vertex. (orig.)

  20. Rural Agroindustry in Latin America : An Evaluation of the PRODAR ...

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    Rural Agroindustry in Latin America : An Evaluation of the PRODAR Network. Couverture du livre Rural Agroindustry in Latin America : An Evaluation of the PRODAR Network. Auteur(s) : Ed Weber (CRDI), Bernard Bridier (CIRAD) et Raul Fiorentino (IFAD). Maison(s) d'édition : CRDI. 1 janvier 1997. ISBN : Épuisé.

  1. African Zoology - Vol 17, No 2 (1982)

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    Monthly changes in the female reproductive organs and the reproductive cycle of Myotis tricolor (Vespertilionidae : Chiroptera) · EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT · DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. R.T.F. Bernard, 79-84 ...

  2. Vespertilionidae : Chiroptera

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    MOl1thly changes in the female reproductive organs and the reproductive cycle of Myotis tricolor. (Vespertilionidae : Chiroptera). R.T.F. Bernard. Department of Zoology, University of Natal, Pietermaritzburg. Myotis tricolor was monoestrous and monotocous. The oestrous cycle was characterized by a prolonged period of.

  3. Education and "Thick" Epistemology

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    Kotzee, Ben

    2011-01-01

    In this essay Ben Kotzee addresses the implications of Bernard Williams's distinction between "thick" and "thin" concepts in ethics for epistemology and for education. Kotzee holds that, as in the case of ethics, one may distinguish between "thick" and "thin" concepts of epistemology and, further, that this distinction points to the importance of…

  4. 2790-IJBCS-Article-Lambienou YE

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    2 LERF, IDR, Université Polytechnique de Bobo-Dioulasso, Burkina Faso. 3 Sorbonne Universités, UPMC Univ Paris 06, IEES-Paris, 7 quai Saint Bernard, 75005 Paris, France. 4 Department of Geoecology and Geochemistry, Institute of Natural Resources, Tomsk Polytechnic University,. 30, Lenin Street, Tomsk 634050, ...

  5. Book Reviews | Whiffler | African Zoology

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    Book Reviews. Lynne Whiffler, S.G. Compton, M.R. Perrin, M.D. Picker, M.R. Perrin, P.C. Magnuson, Jay O'Keefe, A.N. Hodgson, P Hewitt, S Endrödy-Younga, L.G. Underhill, H.M. Dott, R.T.F. Bernard, C.R. Brown ...

  6. Preobrazhenije Kushnera / David Rieff

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    Rieff, David

    2007-01-01

    Üllatuslikult nimetas Prantsusmaa president Nicolas Sarkozy välisministriks populaarse vasakpoliitiku Bernard Kouchner'i, kes on oma tuntuse saavutanud eelkõige tänu humanitaartööle - ta on üks abiagentuuri Piirideta Arstid asutajaliikmetest, töötanud ÜRO Kosovo haldurina ning humanitaarinterventsiooni tuline pooldaja. Humanitaarinterventsiooni kontseptsioonist

  7. Self-Reported Resilient Behaviors of Seventh and Eighth Grade Students Enrolled in an Emotional Intelligence Based Program

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    Castro, Veronica; Johnson, Michael B.; Smith, Robert

    2008-01-01

    School counselors are in a unique position to help at-risk students. Research indicates that teaching resiliency skills and emotional intelligence is a promising venture (Bernard, 1997; Chavkin & Gonzalez, 2000; Henderson & Milstein, 2002). Seventy identified at-risk seventh and eighth grade students enrolled in the Teen Leadership Program…

  8. Living Conditions of Some Basic School Children: Pointers to Disadvantage.

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    Grant, D. R. B.

    This study, conducted by the Bernard Van Leer Foundation Project for Early Childhood Education (PECE), presents the results of a survey which was carried out to identify home deficits in socioeconomically disadvantaged children's preparation for schooling. The study was conducted in Jamaica during July, August, and September, 1970, and was…

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    Agwanda, Bernard Risky. Vol 105, No 2 (2016) - Articles Status and behavioural ecology of Sengis in the Boni-Dodori and Arabuko-Sokoke forests, Kenya, determined by camera traps. Abstract PDF. ISSN: 1026-1613. AJOL African Journals Online. HOW TO USE AJOL... for Researchers · for Librarians · for Authors · FAQ's ...

  10. El porque de la importancia de la ninez: Dedicando esfuerzos a la atencion y desarrollo de la primera infancia (Why Children Matter: Investing in Early Childhood Care and Development).

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    Cohen, Ruth; Chetley, Andrew

    This Spanish-language publication reflects the philosophy and support of the Bernard van Leer Foundation for early childhood care and development. It highlights different approaches to early childhood care and development and explains why the foundation believes that investing in early childhood is one of the best ways of building a brighter,…

  11. Existence and structure of steady solutions of the Bénard problem in a two dimensional quadrangular cavity

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    Neustupa, Jiří; Siginer, D.

    123-124, August (2015), s. 68-88 ISSN 0362-546X R&D Projects: GA ČR GA13-00522S Institutional support: RVO:67985840 Keywords : Bernard problem * Navier-Stokes equations * boussinesq approximation Subject RIV: BA - General Mathematics Impact factor: 1.125, year: 2015 http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0362546X15001169

  12. Hydrologic, Water-Quality, and Biological Data for Three Water Bodies, Texas Gulf Coast Plain, 2000-2002

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    East, Jeffery W; Hogan, Jennifer L

    2003-01-01

    During July 2000 September 2002, the U.S. Geological Survey collected and analyzed site-specific hydrologic, water-quality, and biological data in Dickinson Bayou, Armand Bayou, and the San Bernard River in the Gulf Coastal Plain of Texas...

  13. Cover Crops in Hillside Agriculture: Farmer Innovation with Mucuna ...

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    ... International Development Research Centre, Ottawa, Canada. Bernard Triomphe is Research Associate at the Mexico City office of The Rockefeller Foundation. Gustavo Sain is Senior Scientist at the San José, Costa Rica, office of the International Centre for Maize and Wheat Improvement. Edición español: Leer e-libro ...

  14. Kõige olulisemate Prantsuse kirjandusauhindade väljakuulutamine langeb novembri algusele / Lauri Eesmaa

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    Eesmaa, Lauri

    2004-01-01

    Académie Franȧise'i romaanipreemia sai Bernard du Boucheron romaani "Court serpent" ("Lühike madu") eest. Goncourt'i preemia sai Laurent Gaudé romaani "La soleil des Scorta" ("Scortade päike" eest). Redaunot' preemia määrati postuumselt Irene Némirovsky romaanile "Suite Franȧise"

  15. PER 2006 (3) A - article

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    Dr Tanya du Plessis

    BOOK REVIEW. Bernard Bekink's Principles of South African Local Government Law*. A du Plessis**. Modern times see an increased emphasis on the importance of sound governance in ... comprehensive resource book on local government law in South Africa has, ... within the existing framework of local government law.

  16. Does the Explanatory Constraint on Practical Reasons favour ...

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    Some philosophers, notably Bernard Williams, have argued that the explanatory constraint favours internalism about reasons: for an agent to have a reason to x, it is at least a necessary condition that she would, after ideal deliberation, be motivated to x. Internalism suggests that naturalism about reasons is more plausible ...

  17. Proceedings of the Symposium on Minimum Competency Testing (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 24-25, 1979).

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    The conference's keynote address is presented by Bernard C. Watson. Papers include: Vantage from the State Department of Education, by Robert G. Scanlon (Pennsylvania); Minimum Competency: As the Public Sees the Question, by Jacqueline Grennan Wexler; Minimum Competency Testing (MCT): A Tripartite Response from the Profession, by W. James Popham;…

  18. Eesti luule aastal 1939 / Ants Oras

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    Oras, Ants, 1900-1982

    2009-01-01

    Pikemalt käsitletakse järgnevaid autoreid ja nende teoseid: Johannes Barbarus "Üle läve", Juhan Sütiste "Valgus ja varjud", Erni Hiir "Homsele vastu", Jaan Kärner "Käidud teedelt", Valmar Adams "Tunnetuse tund", August Sang "Müürid", Bernard Kangro "Reheahi", ka August Annisti poolt tõlgitud soome eeposest "Kalevala"

  19. Just the Right Thickness: A Defense of Second-Wave Virtue ...

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    thesis that Bernard Williams in our view successfully challenged in ethics. In this essay, we challenge these traditional dogmas and in doing so align ourselves with what has been recently called the 'Value Turn' in epistemology. From this perspective, we defend that, contrary to tradition, epistemology does need thick ...

  20. Environmental Impact Statement. Comprehensive Base Realignment/Closure And Fort Belvoir Development.

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    1991-08-01

    Protection Agency Concerning Chesapeake Bay Activities. Signed by Richard Cheney, Secretary of Defense, U.S. Department of Defense and William Reilly ...Planning Col. and Mrs. Bernard Brenman Board Representative Holmes Run Committee Alexandria Volunteer Bureau Cameron Station Task Force I Mr. John Sullivan...Palustrine emergent wetlands - Freshwater wetands that are dominated by herbaceous (non- woody ) plants. I Palustrine forested wetlands - Freshwater wetlands

  1. African Journal of Marine Science - Vol 34, No 4 (2012)

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    Upwelling and ocean structures off Algoa Bay and the south-east coast of South Africa · EMAIL FULL TEXT EMAIL FULL TEXT · DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. WS Goschen, EH Schumann, KS Bernard, SE Bailey, SHP Deyzel. http://dx.doi.org/10.2989/1814232X.2012.749810 ...

  2. On Moral Luck and Nonideal Moral Education

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    Chinnery, Ann

    2015-01-01

    In contrast to the Kantian principle that we are morally accountable only for those actions over which we have control, Bernard Williams, Thomas Nagel, and others have argued that luck plays a significant role in the moral life. Put briefly, moral luck is at play when we are appropriately praised or blamed for our moral actions despite the fact…

  3. Pseudorapidity distributions of charged particles in Pb–Pb collisions ...

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    Claude Bernard and CNRS-IN2P3, Villeurbanne, France. 14YerPhI, Yerevan, Armenia. aAlso at FCT, Universidade de Algarve, Faro, Portugal. bAlso at IST, Universidade Técnica de Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal. cAlso at CERN, Geneva, Switzerland. dAlso at Faculty of Physics and Nuclear Techniques, University of Mining and ...

  4. The mycological publications of K. B. Boedijn

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    Donk, M.A.

    1965-01-01

    After a distinguished career as a collaborator of Prof. Hugo de Vries, the famous geneticist, Karel Bernard Boedijn (born June 29, 1893, at Amsterdam) became a mycologist, and it is in this latter capacity that he will be primarily remembered. He had already started to pay attention to the fungi

  5. 318 Influence thermique de l'emplacement du toit en chaume sous ...

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    Madagascar. Solofonirina ROBELISON1* et Bernard LIPS2. 1Institut pour la Maîtrise de l'Energie. Université d'Antananarivo-. Madagascar. 2Université de Lyon, CETHIL UMR5008, INSA de Lyon, CNRS,. Université Lyon 1, Centre Thermique de Lyon, 20, avenue Albert. Einstein, 69621, Villeurbanne CEDEX, France ...

  6. West African Journal of Medicine - Vol 31, No 2 (2012)

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    Pneumophonic Coordination Impairments in Parkinsonian Dysarthria: Importance of Aerodynamic Parameters Measurements · EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. SM Moustapha, G Alain, E Robert, T Bernard, KM Mourtalla, G Lamine, V François, 129-134 ...

  7. Partners or Competitors?: The Evolution of the DoD/CIA Relationship Since Desert Storm and its Prospects for the Future

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    2013-05-23

    Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books, 2008. Schroen, Gary. First In: An Insider’s Account of How the CIA Spearheaded the War on Terror in Afghanistan...1997. Victory, Bernard, ed. Modernizing Intelligence: Structure and Change for the 21st Century. Fairfax, VA: National Institute for Public Policy

  8. Partners or Competitors? The Evolution of the Department of Defense/Central Intelligence Agency Relationship since Desert Storm and its Prospects for the Future

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    2014-03-01

    2003. O’Hern, Steven K. The Intelligence Wars: Lessons from Baghdad. Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books, 2008. Schroen, Gary. First In: An Insider’s...Lessons from Bosnia: The IFOR Experience. Washington D.C..: Depart- ment of Defense, 1997. Victory, Bernard, ed. Modernizing Intelligence: Structure

  9. Person-Centered Management in Project Administration.

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    Caraway, James E.

    The theories of several contemporary management theorists are examined in order to demonstrate that their administrative stance is that of a person-intensive approach to management. After exploring leadership theory and the positions of Douglas McGregor, John J. Morse, Jay W. Lorsch, Rensis Likert, Bernard M. Bass, William Reddin, George H. Rice,…

  10. Comment choisir ce qui aura été?

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    Wilson, Alexander

    2015-01-01

    Many have invoked the nihilism that is endemic of the age we call the anthropocene. Bernard Stiegler has articulated this sentiment by highlighting how anthropocene films are typically nihilistic, for example, Von Trier’s Melancholia. But if the age is characterized by a cultural pessimism about...

  11. Ne nuzhen nam bereg Turetskii

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    2005-01-01

    Tallinna Tehnikaülikooli õppejõu Lembo Tanningu raamat "Armeenia probleem" ja Hollandi välisministri Bernard Rudolf Boti välisministeeriumi pressikeskuses peetud loeng "Estonia, the Netherlands and our common European Future" seonduvad mõlemad Türgiga

  12. Technology and Education: Theoretical Reflections Exemplified in Religious Education

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    Reader, John; Freathy, Rob

    2016-01-01

    How do recent technological advances impact upon the field of education? This article examines the work of the philosopher of technology Bernard Stiegler and his interpretation of technology as pharmakon (both remedy and poison). This is linked to threshold concept theory which advocates more creative ways of learning, and illustrated through a…

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    Book Review -The limitations of Bernard Matolino's “limited communitarianism”: Continuing the conversations on personhood in African philosophy. Abstract PDF · Vol 5, No 1 (2016) - Articles Innocent Onyewuenyi's “Philosophical re-appraisal of the African belief in reincarnation”: A conversational study. Abstract PDF.

  14. Indexes to Volume 78

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    Quantum Mechanics. Approximate solutions of the Wei Hua oscillator using the Pekeris approximation and Nikiforov–Uvarov method. P K Bera. 91–99. Octonionic Lorenz-like condition. Murat Tanisli and Bernard Jancewicz. 165–174. Preferred states of the apparatus. Anu Venugopalan. 175–186. The exact solutions for the ...

  15. 25 Learning by Exporting or Self Selection? Which Way for the ...

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    User

    2011-07-21

    Jul 21, 2011 ... significant for the exporting firms and this supports the theory that for a firm to enter into the export market it must first meet the sunk cost. (Bernard et al,. 1999). Infrastructure and business environmental factors considered include access to credit, electricity and water. Of all these only access to credit is.

  16. Sugarcane in vitro culture technology: Opportunities for Kenya's ...

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    Richard Wekesa1*, Justus M. Onguso2, Bernard A. Nyende2 and Leonard S. Wamocho3. 1Department of Agriculture and Animal Science, Bukura Agricultural College, P.O. Box 23-50105, Bukura, Kenya. 2Institute of Biotechnology Research, Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, P.O. Box 62000-00200,.

  17. Clinical Supervision Strategies for School Counselors Working with Twice-Exceptional Students

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    Goldsmith, SaDohl K.

    2012-01-01

    Clinical supervision is a way for counselors in training to develop needed skills (Bernard & Goodyear, 1998). Best practices indicate that counselors trained in the application of supervision theory should provide clinical supervision. However, many school counselors receive administrative supervision by non-counseling professionals who may…

  18. The Impact of the School Counselor Supervision Model on the Self-Efficacy of School Counselor Site Supervisors

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    Brown, Carleton H.; Olivárez, Artura, Jr.; DeKruyf, Loraine

    2018-01-01

    Supervision is a critical element in the professional identity development of school counselors; however, available school counseling-specific supervision training is lacking. The authors describe a 4-hour supervision workshop based on the School Counselor Supervision Model (SCSM; Luke & Bernard, 2006) attended by 31 school counselors from…

  19. Nurturing Human Potential in the Context of Schooling: The Legacy of Seymour B. Sarason

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    Weinstein, Rhona S.

    2012-01-01

    Seymour Bernard Sarason was born to Jewish immigrant parents on January 12, 1919, in Brooklyn, New York. He died on January 28, 2010, in New Haven, Connecticut, at the age of 91. He obtained his undergraduate degree in 1939 from Dana College in Newark (now Rutgers University), and earned his doctorate in clinical psychology in 1942 from Clark…

  20. Linnaruum - kas ainult arhitektuur? / Mari-Liis Tammi-Kelder

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    Tammi-Kelder, Mari-Liis

    2004-01-01

    25. IV Tallinna Õpetajate Majas Eesti Kujurite Ühenduse seminar, mis keskendub monumentaalskulptuurile kaasaegses linnaruumis. Esinevad Bernard Gerboud Pariisist, Pekka Jylhä Soomest, Kristaps Gulbis ja Irena Buzinska Lätist, Jüri Soolep, Triin Ojari, Rael Artel, Jaan Elken ja Aili Vahtrapuu. Seminari juhatab Jaak Soans

  1. 13. XII kell 16 avatakse rahvusraamatukogu VI korruse galeriis...

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    Näitus "Euroopa XVIII sajandi sügavtrükigraafika Eesti rahvusraamatukogu kollektsioonist". Autoritest nimetatud Bernard Picart (1673-1733), Daniel Nikolaus Chodowiecki (1726-1801), Domenico Bernardo Zilotti (u 1730-1780). Esitletakse näituse kataloogi. Kunstiteadlane Jüri Hain peab ajastu graafika ja näituse teemal loengu

  2. Towards a Contemporary Philosophy of Catholic Education: Moving the Debate Forward

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    Whittle, Sean

    2014-01-01

    This article returns to the debate that Carmody initiated in this journal in 2011 when he proposed that Bernard Lonergan's account of self-transcendence could provide the framework for a contemporary philosophy of Catholic education. Here the advantages and disadvantages of this proposal are scrutinised. Carmody's treatment brings into focus the…

  3. Kalendar nedeli / Leta Gureli

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    Gureli, Leta

    1996-01-01

    Iz soderzh.: 26 ijulja 155 let so dnja rozhdenija Karla Roberta Jakobsona; 27 ijulja 1856 rodilsja Dzhordzh Bernard Shou; 27 ijulja 135 let nazad rodilsja Vazha Pshavela; 27 ijulja 155 let nazad pogib Mihail Lermontov; 27 ijulja 100 let so dnja rozhdenija Borisa Shergina

  4. Rahvusvaheline naine / Riin Urbanik ; interv. Jaan Ruus

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    Urbanik, Riin

    2007-01-01

    Filmitootja Average Monkey produtsendi Riin Urbaniku tegemisi ja tulevikuplaane, eelkõige täispikast mängufilmist "Maara" (režissöör Remi Bernard), milles nimiosa mängib Lembe Lokk, Pariisis elav eesti lauljatar ja tõlkija, kes on ise ka Maara prototüübiks

  5. Agreement on construction of the 3.7 metre European Hydrogen Bubble Chamber

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    1967-01-01

    In July 1967, the CERN-France-Federal Republic of Germany agreement on construction of the BEBC was signed by Hans van Heppe (left) German Secretary of State for Scientific Research, Bernard Gregory and Francis Perrin (right) French delegate to the CERN Council.

  6. National Strategy for Combating Terrorism: Prospects and Implications

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    2003-12-01

    their canine explosives detection programs. Customs increased searches of passengers, baggage, and cargo leaving the US. Finally, the ATF was...77 Bernard Lewis, “The Roots of Muslim Rage ,” in Kegley, 198-200. 78 Wilfred Thesiger, Arabian Sands (Green, UK

  7. Dual-Color ELISPOT Assay for the Simultaneous Detection of IL-2 and/or IFN-γ Secreting T Cells

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    2014-01-01

    Authors: Salix Boulet, Michel L. Ndongala and Nicole F. Bernard1 Corresponding author ([]()). ### INTRODUCTION The enzyme-linked immunospot (ELISPOT) assay measures the secretion intensity of effector molecules released by immune cells in response to ex vivo antigenic stimulation, as well as the frequency of these responding cells. This assay is highly sensitive, quantitative, easy to use, and amenable to high-throughput screening. ...

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    Avinash Khare. 915–928. A Hamiltonian approach to model and analyse networks of nonlinear oscillators: Applications to gyroscopes and energy harvesters. Pietro-Luciano Buono,. Bernard Chan, Antonio Palacios and Visarath In. 929–945. Impact of current on static and kinetic depinning fields of domain wall in ferromag-.

  9. Liturgical pharmacology: Time of the question, complexity and ethics ...

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    Bernard Stiegler depicts technics as the human's tertiary memory retention generating a pharmakon with both curative and malignant potential. He additionally rues the posthuman epoch's depletion of a 'time of the question': revealed in the prevalent inaptitude for wisdom – scilicet long-term acuity. We offer Christian liturgy ...

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    Items 151 - 200 of 214 ... Samuel Bernard Ariong, Mel Gray, Kate Davies. Vol 28, No 2 (2013), Socioeconomic circumstances of ... Vol 18, No 2 (2003), The role of popular participation and community work ethic in rural development: the case of Nandi District, Kenya, Abstract. Phillip K Rono, Abdillahi A Aboud. Vol 16, No 2 ...

  11. 2623-IJBCS-Article-Gadji Alahou André

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    1. Alahou André Gabazé GADJI1,2*, Ossey Bernard YAPO1, Kouabenan ABO2,. Ladji MEITE1, Agnès Eude Yves GNAGNE1, Satinder Kaur BRAR 3 et. Rajeshwar Dayal TYAGI4. 1Laboratoire des Sciences de l'Environnement (LSE), Unité de ...

  12. Korrapäratu maastikukujundus / Ülle Grishakov

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    2004-01-01

    1980. aastate maastikuarhitektuur kui protest ilutseva ja magusa pargikunsti vastu. Martha Schwartzi (sünd. 1951), Bernard Tschumi (sünd. 1944), Alexandre Chemetoffi (sünd. 1950) ja Dan Kiley (sünd. 1912) töödest

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    15 janv. 2013 ... Fibro- osseous diseases: considerations in diagnosis and management. 1997. Philadelphia. Saunders. Google Scholar. 17. Anne Jouana, Laurent Zabraniecki, Véronique Vincenta, Elsa. Poixa, Bernard Fourniéa. An unusual presentation of primary hyperparathyroidism: Severe hypercalcemia and multiple.

  14. We All Want to Live Longer and Nobody Wants to be Called Old. In: Oldetopia - an Exhibition on Age and Ageing

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    Otto, Lene

    Kataloget bag udstillingen Oldetopia, vist på Medicinsk Museion fra den 12. oktober 2007 til den 14. december 2008. Bidrag af Camilla Mordhorst, Bente Vinge Pedersen, Thomas Söderqvist, Bente Klarlund Pedersen, Mette Sørensen, Tinna Stevnsner, Vilhelm A. Bohr, Bernard Jeune, Liv Carlé Mortensen, ...

  15. Hollandse zuinigheid

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    Boekestijn, A.J.

    2006-01-01

    Deze week heeft Minister Bernard Bot een bezoek gebracht aan Afghanistan waar Nederland in augustus in Uruzgan de militaire controle van de Amerikanen overneemt. Bot sprak uitvoerig met de Afghaanse president Karzai, militaire autoriteiten uit het Verenigd Koninkrijk, Canada en Australië en als

  16. Müüte Võrumaast, eikellegimaast, mülkasse vajunud maast / Ilmar Laaban

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    Laaban, Ilmar, 1921-2000

    1997-01-01

    Varem ilm. Vaba Eesti, 1954, nr. 1. 1952-1953 ilm. luulekogudest: Kangro, Bernard. Eikellegi maa. Lund : EKK, 1952 ; Kolk, Raimond. Kõiv akna all. Lund : EKK, 1952 ; Grünthal, Ivar. Müüdid mülka põhja kadunud maast. Stockholm : Vaba Eesti, 1953 : Asi, Harri. Tuisusõitja. Toronto : Orto, 1952

  17. Le traitement des donnees linguistiques non standard. (Actes des Rencontres Besancon-Neuchatel (Neuchatel, 29-30 janvier, 1993). (The Treatment of Non-Standard Linguistic Data). Proceedings of the Besancon-Neuchatel Conference (Neuchatel, Switzerland, January 29-30, 1993).

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    Reichler-Beguelin, Marie-Jose, Ed.

    1993-01-01

    Papers from the conference on linguistic anomaly include: "La definition interactive de la deviance en situation exolingue et bilingue" ("The Interactive Definition of Deviation in Exolinguistic and Bilingual Situations") (Bernard Py); "La negociation ratee: pratiques sociales et methodes interactives du traitement de la…

  18. LE DÉFI DE L'INTÉGRATION

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    . Robinson and J. Tinker. 11. Chapitre 2. Apprentissage et intégration des politiques — A.K. Bernard and G. Armstrong. 53. PARTIE II : VUES DU NORD. Chapitre 3. Intégration environnementale dans un service d'électricité — D. DePape. 83.

  19. Tallinna Ülikool ja Kesk-Oklahoma allkirjastasid koostööleppe

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    Septembris külastas Tallinna Ülikooli Kesk-Oklahoma Ülikooli (University of Central Oklahoma) ajalooprofessor ja rahvusvaheliste õpingute dekaan Richard M. Bernard. Külastuse jätkuna allkirjastasid Tallinna Ülikool ning Kesk-Oklahoma Ülikool koostöö memorandumi

  20. EDITORIAL PUBLIC PERCEPTION OF THE HEALTH PROFESSION ...

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    In a preface to the play 'The Doctor Dilemma', the Irish poet/play writer George Bernard Shaw (GBS) wrote "All professions are a conspiracy against the laity'. GBS was a Nobel laureate in 1925 and a co- founder of the London School of Economics. His comments, though meant to amuse, mirrored the opinion of the general ...

  1. Unlocking the Benefits of Emergency Obstetric Care in Africa

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    2,4, Sanni Yaya3, Toyin Owolabi4, Michael Ekholuenetale4 and Bernard .... Thaddeus S, Maine D. Too far to walk – maternal mortality in context. Soc Sci Med 1994; 38: 1091-1110. 4. Okonofua FE, Abejide OR, Makanjuola RO: Maternal.

  2. The Contribution of Marriage to the Psychological Well-Being of Males and Females

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    Glenn, Norval D.

    1975-01-01

    Data from three recent U.S. national surveys corroborate earlier evidence indicating that married persons, as an aggregate, report substantially greater global happiness than any category of unmarried persons; and the difference, according to the data reported here, is greater for females than for males. Includes comments by Jessie Bernard at end.…

  3. Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education. Proceedings of the Annual Conferences (6th, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, May 29-31, 1987).

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    Gillen, Marie A., Ed.; Burkholder, Avon, Ed.

    These proceedings contain 14 papers and notes from 2 symposia in English and 2 papers in French. Abstracts appear at the beginning of the volume. The following papers are included: "Symposium Notes: What Is the Future of Adult Education in Canada?" (Bernard, MacNeil, Selman); "John Dewey Dialogues with an Adult Educator in…

  4. Ave Maria: A 'Seriously Catholic' Law School.

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    Mangan, Katherine S.

    2000-01-01

    Reports on the founding of Ave Maria School of Law (Michigan), opening in 2000, which plans to integrate Catholic teachings into every course. Focus is on the school's founder, Thomas S. Monaghan, and the school's first dean, Bernard Dobranski, who suggest that the new school can avoid difficulties with tenured liberal professors and attract top…

  5. Ring peale kultuurkapitali kirjanduslaureaatidele

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    Eesti Kultuurkapitali 2004. aasta kirjanduse aastapreemia laureaatide teoste tutvustused: André Trinity (Rein Raud "Hector ja Bernard"), Mart Velsker (fs - luulekogu "2004"), Katrin Ruus (Mart Kivastik -näidend "Külmetava kunstniku portree"), Krista Kumberg (Jaan Rannap "Nelja nimega koer"), Rein Veidemann (Toomas Haug "Troojamäe tõotus")

  6. Pharmacogenetics of psychotropic drugs

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    Lerer, Bernard

    2002-01-01

    ... of pharmacogenetics with substance dependence and brain imaging, and consider the impact of pharmacogenetics on the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries. This book defines the young field of pharmacogenetics as it applies to psychotropic drugs and is, therefore, an essential reference for all clinicians and researchers working in this findings field. Bernard ...

  7. Греция требует вернуть сокровища Парфенона

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    Kreeka president Karolos Papoulias nõuab tagasi Briti Muuseumi valdusesse kuuluvat nn. Elgini marmorit. 5. sajandist e.Kr. pärinevad skulptuurid ja reljeefid paiknesid Ateena Akropolisel asuva Parthenoni marmortempli viiludel. Šveitsi arhitekti Bernard Tschumi projekti järgi valminud Akropolise kunstimuuseumis on spetsiaalsed ruumid ka Elgini marmori säilitamiseks

  8. Golden Jubilee photos: ...in case of emergency, call 74444

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    Six members of the CERN fire brigade in 1959. From left to right: Messrs. Ubertin, Dalbignat, Verny, Vosdey, Lissajoux, Favre. CERN is one of the few laboratories to have its own fire station. The CERN fire brigade was set up in July 1956 to provide a rapid response in the event of an accident and to tackle the risks specific to the Organisation's activities. Pierre Vosdey, a fireman from Paris and founder of the fire station, was CERN's first fireman. He was joined two years later by a second fireman. It was not until the 1960s that some thirty further firemen were recruited to ensure the safety of the PS (Proton Synchrotron). Their mission was not only to fight fires on the whole CERN site and in the surrounding area but also to run the infirmary for work-related and road accidents, fulfil general security and safety-related duties, such as theft prevention, road safety and site surveillance, and to perform a variety of other duties, including passing on urgent telegrams, manning the switchboard, handling l...

  9. 50 years of uranium metal production in Uranium Metal Plant, BARC, Trombay

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    2009-01-01

    The Atomic Energy Programme in India, from the very beginning, has laid emphasis on indigenous capabilities in all aspects of nuclear technology. This meant keeping pace with developments abroad and recognizing the potentials of indigenous technologies. With the development of nuclear programme in India, the importance of uranium was growing at a rapid pace. The production of reactor grade uranium in India started in January 1959 when the first ingot of nuclear pure uranium was discharged using CTR process at Trombay. The decision to set up a uranium refinery to purify the crude uranium fluoride, obtained as a by-product of the DAE's Thorium Plant at Trombay, and to produce nuclear grade pure uranium metal was taken at the end of 1956. The task was assigned to the 'Project Fire Wood Group'. The main objective of the plant was to produce pure uranium metal for use in the Canada India Reactor and Zerlina. Besides this, it was to function as a pilot plant to collect operational data and to train personnel for larger plants to be set up in future. The plant designing and erection work was entrusted to Messrs. Indian Rare Earths Ltd.

  10. Production of oil and coke from sludges containing organic pollutants; Gewinnung von Oel und Koks aus organisch belasteten Schlaemmen

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    Steger, M. [Martin Steger GmbH, Eggenfelden (Germany); Meissner, W.; Herold, R. [Max Aicher Umwelttechnik GmbH, Freilassing (Germany)

    1998-09-01

    Since the mid-eighties, Messrs. Max Aicher Umwelttechnik GmbH at Hammerau, Germany have been investigating sewage sludge pyrolysis. Laboratory experiments and semi-industrial investigations led to the construction of a combined sludge drying and conversion plant (``Aicher sludge recycling process``), in which the organic sludge fraction is converted into recyclable or combustible oils. Carbon is obtained as a by-product in solid form as conversion coke which can be utilized. Apart from sewage sludge, also industrial sludges with high organic fractions can be processed, e.g. sludges and sewage sludges from petroleum processing. (orig.) [Deutsch] In der Bundesrepublik Deutschland beschaeftigt sich die Max Aicher Umwelttechnik GmbH in Hammerau seit Mitte der Achtzigerjahre mit der Niedertemperaturkonvertierung (Pyrolyse) von Klaerschlamm. Versuche im Labor- und im halbtechnischen Massstab fuehrten zur Realisierung einer betriebstechnischen Anlage mit den Komponenten Schlammtrocknung und Konvertierung. Ziel des Aicher-Schlamm-Recycling-Verfahrens ist die Umwandlung der organischen Schlammfraktion in stofflich und energetisch verwertbare Oele. Bei der Umwandlung entsteht fixer Kohlenstoff, der im festen Rueckstand (Konversionskoks) angereichert wird. Neben dem gewonnenen Oel ist auch der produzierte Koks verwertbar. Einsatzstoffe fuer das Verfahren sind neben Klaerschlamm aus der kommunalen Abwasserreinigung vor allem industrielle Schlaemme mit hohen organischen Anteilen z.B. Schlaemme und Klaerschlaemme aus der Erdoelverarbeitung. (orig.)

  11. John L. LaBrecque Receives 2013 Edward A. Flinn III Award: Response

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    LaBrecque, John L.

    2014-01-01

    Thank you, Jean Bernard Minster and those who supported my nomination for the Edward A. Flinn III Award. We owe so much to colleagues such as Bernard Minster who support NASA and Earth Science with unrelenting and unselfish service. I am also grateful to my parents, the people of Lewiston, Maine, and the National Defense Education Act (NDEA) of 1958 for nurturing my early interest in science with an education that ultimately led me to Columbia University and the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory. Lamont for me was a scientific wonderland tended by scientists with global appetites for discovery and adventure. Marine geophysics, geomagnetism, and satellite altimetry of the oceans were creating a revolution of discovery, and Lamont was the center of this revolution. I owe so much to my mentor and dear friend, Walter C. Pitman III, who showed me that great science was accomplished through boundless curiosity, perseverance, and, most of all, humility.

  12. FRANCE AT CERN

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    From 23 to 25 September, French industry exhibited products and technologies which are related to the field of particle physics. Twenty five companies presented their latest developments in electrical engineering, IT, vacuum & low temperature technologies, and civil engineering. Bernard Frois, Director of the Energy, Transport, and Environment Department of the French Ministry for Research and New Technologies inaugurated the exhibition on 23 September. To make the most of his visit, he also visited the assembly halls of CMS and ATLAS and the hall where the superconducting magnets for the LHC are tested. From left to right: Jean-Claude Brisson, ILO, Robert Aymar, designated CERN Director General, Françoise Le Moign, Assistant General Consul at Geneva, Alain Guillouët, Head of the economic mission in Switzerland, French Embassy, Thierry Boquien, Ubifrance, French agency for international development of companies, Bernard Frois, Director of the Department for Energy, Transport, and Environment of the Fre...

  13. [Autopsy of a common error: the introduction of curare in Europe by W. Raleigh].

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    Lienhart, A

    2009-04-01

    One of the most erroneous and repeated assertion in the history of pharmacology for anaesthetists is to say that "the curare was introduced in Europe by Sir Walter Raleigh under the name of ourari". On the contrary, the names to be reminded are: Lawrence Keymis for the first citation of the word ourari, José Gumilla for the word curare and the description of its effects, Charles-Marie de La Condamine for the import of the first known samples. The mistake was initiated by Alexander von Humboldt and developed by the physiologist Münter, a student of Johannes Müller, quoted by Claude Bernard. The repetition of this error was facilitated by the world diffusion of Claude Bernard's work.

  14. [THE SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTION IN MEDICINE OF THE LAST QUARTER OF XIX-FIRST HALF OF XX CENTURIES. REPORT II. THE OUTSET OF REVISION OF MEDICAL SCIENCE].

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    Stochik, A M; Zatravkin, S N

    2015-01-01

    The article affirms that onset of revision of picture of analyzed reality, methodological approaches to studying of vital activity of human organism and philosophical basics of medical science refers to 1878 and is related to publishing of "The course of general physiology" by French physiologist Claude Bernard. The implemented analysis of the text of this work permit to establish that C. Bernard undertook an attempt to introduce conception of human organism as a processing system being self-reproduced as. a result of interaction with environment due to mechanisms of self-regulation. The necessity was substantiated to make experiment the leading method of cognition of vital activity. The living wholeness (organism, cell) was proposed to be an object of experimentation. In this living wholeness its natural capacities to self-regulation of main vital processes can be preserved at its maximum. The new senses were introduced into ontological categories of thing, process, causality, portion and whole.

  15. Editorial

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    Christian Lefèvre

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available Bernard Jouve nous a quittés en avril dernier. L’idée de monter une revue en ligne sur la question des métropoles est venue de lui. C’est Bernard qui m’a convaincu de l’intérêt et du bien fondé d’une telle aventure et en 2005 c’est lui qui a pris son bâton de pèlerin pour trouver les ressources financières pour donner corps à ce projet. Depuis je peux dire, que même si nous étions co-rédacteurs en chef, c’est encore lui qui assurait la plus grosse part du travail. Aujourd’hui la revue est orp...

  16. Etat de la recherche historique française sur l’Espagne

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    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available Le 25 septembre 2007, nous nous sommes rendus à l’École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales pour nous entretenir avec Bernard Vincent de l’état de la recherche historique française sur l’Espagne, notamment à l’époque contemporaine.Dès le début de l’entretien, Bernard Vincent a tenu à souligner qu’il est important de faire tomber les barrières qui existent entre hispanistes « civilisationnistes » et historiens de l’Espagne. En dépit d’une certaine rivalité qui peut se manifester entre eux, ...

  17. Konsekwencjalizm a tajemnica: obrona ezoterycznej moralności [SECRECY IN CONSEQUENTIALISM: A DEFENCE OF ESOTERIC MORALITY

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    Full Text Available Sidgwick’s defence of esoteric morality has been heavily criticized, for examplein Bernard Williams’s condemnation of it as a ‘Government House utilitarianism’.It is also at odds with the idea of morality defended by Kant, Rawls, Bernard Gert,Brad Hooker, and T.M. Scanlon. Yet it does seem to be an implication of consequentialismthat it is sometimes right to do in secret what it would not be right todo openly, or to advocate publicly. We defend Sidgwick on this issue, and showthat accepting the possibility of esoteric morality makes it possible to explain whywe should accept consequentialism, even while we may feel disapproval towardssome of its implications.

  18. Shame and the Internalized Other

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    2015-01-01

    In Shame and Necessity, Bernard Williams engages in a forceful vindication of the ethical significance of shame. In his view, shame is an extremely productive moral emotion because of the distinctive connection that it establishes between self, others and world, through a self-evaluation that is ......In Shame and Necessity, Bernard Williams engages in a forceful vindication of the ethical significance of shame. In his view, shame is an extremely productive moral emotion because of the distinctive connection that it establishes between self, others and world, through a self......-evaluation that is mediated by an internalized other. In this paper, I examine Williams’ conception of the internalized other and contrast it with other ways of conceiving the role of others in shame. I argue that, although Williams’ views contain many important insights, much is to be gained by conceiving the role of others...

  19. Melting of rare-gas crystals: Monte Carlo simulation versus experiments.

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    Bocchetti, V; Diep, H T

    2013-03-14

    We study the melting transition in crystals of rare gas Ar, Xe, and Kr by the use of extensive Monte Carlo simulations with the Lennard-Jones potential. The parameters of this potential have been deduced by Bernardes in 1958 from experiments of rare gas in the gaseous phase. It is amazing that the parameters of such a popular potential were not fully tested so far. Using the Bernardes parameters, we find that the melting temperature of several rare gas is from 13% to 20% higher than that obtained from experiments. We have throughout studied the case of Ar by examining both finite-size and cutoff-distance effects. In order to get a good agreement with the experimental melting temperature, we propose a modification of these parameters to describe better the melting of rare-gas crystals.

  20. The French Research Minister visits CERN

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    On Friday, 6 June, the French Minister for Higher Education and Research, Valérie Pécresse, was welcomed by CERN Director-General, Robert Aymar. Robert Aymar accompanies Valérie Pécresse and Bernard Accoyer on a visit to CMS. A dozen physicists took part in the round-table discussion, including the Director-General, project leaders, deputy spokesmen, members of the experiments, CERN personnel and users.At first, the Minister was given a tour of the CMS experiment and the LHC tunnel, accompanied by the President of the French National Assembly, Bernard Accoyer. The delegation then took part in a round-table discussion. The main objective of the Minister’s visit was to obtain input on the organisation of large research infrastructures, based on information concerning CERN’s administrative and scientific configuration and the experiment collaborations. As J.-J. Blaising, Head of the PH Depa...

  1. Consequências psicossociais na partilha de emoções em situações interpessoais e em rituais colectivos

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    Full Text Available A partir da teoria dos rituais colectivos (1912 de Émile Durkheim e baseando-se em exemplos práticos – os atentados do 11 de Março em Madrid, ou os rituais gacaca no Ruanda – Bernard Rimé, psicólogo e investigador da Universidade de Lovaina, Bélgica, analisa as consequências psicossociais da partilha de emoções em situações interpessoais e em rituais colectivos.Building upon Durkheim’s (1912 theory of collective rituals and upon practical exemples – the terrorist atacks of March 11 in Madrid and the gacaca rituals in Rwanda – Bernard Rimé, psychologist and researcher at the University of Louvain, Belgium, analises the psychosocial consequences of sharing emotions in interpersonal situations and collective rituals.

  2. Ergonomie - Sensibilisation à l'ergonomie bureautique - French version only

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    Nous vous proposons une 1/2 journée de sensibilisation sur les risques engendrés par une mauvaise posture lors du travail sur écran (mal de dos, fatigue visuelle, douleurs des poignets...) et de présentation de bonnes pratiques pour y remédier. Prochaine session en juillet et en septembre. Les cours en français, sont pris en charge par la division TIS et animés par Clemente Pilly et Ribordy Marion de « PM postures ». L'inscription est obligatoire. Pour plus d'information et inscription par EDH à ce cours, veuillez consulter les pages des formations en sécurité, ou contacter l'organisateur. Organisateur : Ana-Paula Bernardes/TIS-GS (71385) Ana-paula.bernardes@cern.ch

  3. Ergonomie - Sensibilisation à l'ergonomie bureautique - French version only

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    Nous vous proposons une 1/2 journée de sensibilisation sur les risques engendrés par une mauvaise posture lors du travail sur écran (mal de dos, fatigue visuelle, douleurs des poignets...) et de présentation de bonnes pratiques pour y remédier. Prochaine session en septembre. Les cours sont pris en charge par la division TIS et animés par Clemente Pilly et Ribordy Marion de « PM postures ». L'inscription est obligatoire. Pour plus d'information et inscription par EDH à ce cours, veuillez consulter les pages des formations en sécurité, ou contacter l'organisateur. Organisateur : Ana-Paula Bernardes/TIS-GS (71385) Ana-paula.bernardes@cern.ch

  4. [The decoration of Italian Renaissance drug jars after engravings].

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    Drey, R E

    1994-01-01

    Although Italian drug jar painters generally devised original compositions for the ornamentation of their products, on occasion they derived their subjects from printed sources. Printed sources used by drug jar artists of the Renaissance include wood-engraved Italian tarot cards and wood-engraved illustrations by Hans Sebald Beham and Bernard Salomon in miniature bibles published in the sixteenth century in Frankfurt and in Lyons respectively.

  5. Magnetic bottles for the Neumann problem: The case of dimension 3

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    Author Affiliations. Bernard Helffer1 Abderemane Morame2. Département de Mathématiques, UMR CNRS 8628, Bât. 425, Université Paris-Sud, F-91405 Orsay Cedex, France; Département de Mathématiques, UMR CNRS 6629 , Université de Nantes, 2, rue de la Houssinière, B.P. 92208, 44322 Nantes Cedex 3, France ...

  6. Brow lift fixation.

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    Gold, Alan H; Bernard, Robert W; Hamas, Robert S; McKinney, Peter; Paul, Malcolm D

    2003-05-01

    One of the more difficult and controversial aspects of forehead and brow lift is fixation with control and stabilization of the result. Aesthetic Surgery Journal has invited Robert W. Bernard, MD; Robert S. Hamas, MD; Peter McKinney, MD; and Malcolm D. Paul, MD to share their preferred brow lift techniques. Here are their responses to questions posed by "Comparing Notes" editor, Alan H. Gold, MD. (Aesthetic Surg J 2003;23:217-219.).

  7. The Necessity of Intended Use Specification for Successful Modeling and Simulation of a System-of-Systems

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    2014-10-01

    Guide to SysML: The Systems Modeling Language . Waltham, MA: Morgan Kaufmann, 2012. 14. Zeigler, Bernard P., and Phillip E. Hammonds. Modeling...Andreas, Saikou Y. Diallo, and Jose J. Padilla. “ Semiotics , Entropy and Interoperability of Simulation Systems—Mathematical Foundations of M&S...formal SysML grammar, or with the Web Ontology Language , OWL) and machine decidability about the congruence of an M&S IU to stakeholder needs (e.g

  8. The Cognitive Construction of the Self in Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God

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    2007-01-01

    In his article, "The Cognitive Construction of the Self in Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God," Patrick S. explores the conception and representation of the self as a cognitive construct in Zora Neale Hurston's novel Their Eyes Were Watching God. By this approach, Bernard proposes that cognitive paradigms, such as knowing, seeing, thinking, and speaking, for example, and their capacities to engender knowledge and perception, identity and consciousness, memory and narrative, language and s...

  9. Book Reviews Volume 3

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    Book Reviews Denis McQuail Media Performance: Mass Communication and the Public Interest, Reviewed by Farrel Corcoran. James Donald, Sentimental Education: Schooling, Popular Culture and the Regulation of Liberty London, Reviewed by Sheelagh Drudy Robert Chapman Selling The Sixties: The Pirates and Pop Music Radio, Reviewed by Pat Dunne Bob Franklin, ed. Televising Democracies with a foreword by Bernard Weatherhill , Reviewed by Brian Farrell Tim Congdon et al Paying for Broadc...

  10. The effect of sexual cannibalism on the evolution of large populations

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    Vandewalle, N.

    1997-02-01

    The notion of sexual cannibalism is introduced in a simple model of population growth derived from the Bernardes model (J. Phys. I 5 (1995) 1501). The effect of sexual cannibalism is studied at the level of a population of individuals. Even in presence of cannibalism, a population can survive and stabilize for a birth rate b > 2. Before reaching a stable situation, the evolution of the (sexual cannibalism) population presents an unexpected pattern which is not present in the non-cannibalism case.

  11. Blurry Vision: Institutional Impediments to Reform in Saudi Arabia

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    jobs, provided free education , reduced the cost of living, etc. Despite repeated attempts to modify this dynamic, the country’s economic and social ...Arabia in Transition: Insights on Social , Political, Economic, and Religious Change , ed. Bernard Haykel, Thomas Hegghammer, and Stéphane Lacroix (New...necessary. Changes in education are taking root to adequately prepare young people to compete in international markets, but many graduates still enter

  12. Factors Affecting the Motivation of Skilled Craftsmen in the United States Air Force.

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    Physiological Figure 1. Maslow’s Ieirarchy of Needs 2.1.2 Herzberg’s Two Factor Theory In the late 1950’s and early 1960’s Frederick Herzberg developed...Research As discussed in Chapter Two, Frederick Herzberg pointed out most dissatisfiers were related to as administration, supervision, salary...Performance, Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, 1994. Herzberg , Frederick , Bernard Mausner, and Barbara Snyderman. The Motivation to Work Wiley

  13. France at CERN, from 23 to 25 September 2003

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    2003-01-01

    From left to right: Jean-Claude Brisson, ILO, Robert Aymar, designated CERN Director General, Françoise Le Moign, Assistant General Consul at Geneva, Alain Guillouët, Head of the economic mission in Switzerland, French Embassy, Thierry Boquien, Ubifrance, French agency for international development of companies, Bernard Frois, Director of the Department for Energy, Transport, and Environment of the French Ministry for Research and New Technologies, Claude Détraz, CERN Director for Fixed Targets and Future Programmes.

  14. Humboldt Bay Wetlands Review and Baylands Analysis. Volume II. Base Information.

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    in the bay although Aurellia sp. may often be found there during the summer. Pelagia sp. and especially Chrysaora sp. may cause considerable pain if...Silverweed (Potentilla pacifica ) was also measured in the Nehalem brackish marsh with a low value for peak biomass. 214 Freshwater Marshes Freshwater... pacifica 579 Oregon (Eilers 1975) FRESHWATER MARSHES: Carex r 08tata 420 -- England (Pearsall & Gorham 1956) Carex roStata 738 -- Minnesota (Bernard

  15. Resenha de: Os arquivos da segunda guerra mundial

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    Full Text Available BERNARD (Henri, CHEVALLAZ (André, GHEYSENS (Roger e DE LAU-NAY (Jacques . — Os arquivos da segunda guerra mundial. [Les dos-siers de la seconde guerre mondiale] . Tradução de Vasco Pulido Valente. São Paulo, Difusão Européia do Livro. 1969. 262 páginas. (Enciclopé-dia de Bolso Difel .

  16. A New Paradigm for the Treatment of Ovarian Cancer: The Use of Epigenetic Therapy to Sensitize Patients to Immunotherapy and Chemotherapy

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    2015-10-01

    including tumor suppressors (Baylin and Jones, 2011), and changes to cancer signaling pathways including apoptosis, cell- cycle activity, and stem cell...On days 4, 8, 11, 14, and 18, mice were treated intraperitoneally with 100 mg anti-ctla-4. Mice received two cycles of intraperitoneal injec- tion of...14, 3044–3051. Bernard, J.J., Cowing -Zitron, C., Nakatsuji, T., Muehleisen, B., Muto, J., Bor- kowski, A.W., Martinez, L., Greidinger, E.L., Yu, B.D

  17. Irregular Warfare: Brazil’s Fight Against Criminal Urban Guerrillas

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    PCC members, including the main leaders, to the top security Presidente Bernardes penitentiary, in order to put them under a Regime Disciplinar...1980s, par- ticularly in Colombia, Peru , Gua- temala, and El Salvador, left-wing guerrillas were able to organize and recruit inside prisons. At...used by permission of Newscom. 14 JSOU Report 09-8 and others.32 Currently, all of them are jailed at the top security prison of Presidente Venceslau

  18. Sprinting performance and resistance based training interventions: A systematic review with meta-analysis

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    Bolger, Richard; Kenny, Ian; Lyons, Mark; Harrison, Andrew J.

    2014-01-01

    peer-reviewed Introduction Much of the research which focuses on improving sprinting performance has been carried out with team sport athletes or endurance athletes (Berryman, Maurel, & Bosquet, 2010; Esteve-Lanao, Rhea, Fleck, & Lucia, 2008; Hanon, Bernard, Rabate, & Claire, 2012; Rhea, Kenn, & Dermody, 2009; Shalfawi, Haugen, Jakobsen, Enoksen, & T??nnessen, 2013; West et al., 2013). There is little consensus with the prescription of resistance based training within this body of resea...

  19. U.S. Policy Towards Cuba as a Two Level Game or: Defending Executive Policy Discretion in the Face of Domestic Pressure

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    2008-03-01

    embargo of Cuba.86 The Pope’s criticism was so severe and made such an impact on the Catholic Church within the U.S. that cardinals, like Bernard Law...boat capsized leaving Elian and two others as the only survivors. The Thanksgiving Day miracle child, as he was referred to by some Cuban Americans...Elian Gonzalez case, leaving Cuban-American lobbies reeling. With various food and medical acts on reappearing in Congress throughout 2000, it was

  20. Kättpidi Veneetsias / Karin Paulus

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    2006-01-01

    Muljeid X rahvusvaheliselt Veneetsia arhitektuuribiennaalilt "Linnad. Arhitektuur ja ühiskond", kuraator Richard Burdett. Ülar Margi kureeritud projektist "Joint Space", kommenteerib Rein Ahas. Väljavõtteid Rem Koolhaasi ja Jacques Herzogi esinemisest Arsenales. Andres Sevtshuki kureeritud projektist. Kuldlõvi auhinna pälvis inglise arhitekt Richard Rogers (sünd. 1933). Bernard Tschumi elliptilise linna projekti kommenteerib Kaja Pae

  1. [The ethics of animal experimentation].

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    Goffi, Jean-Yves

    2013-01-01

    The paper starts with a short definition of animal experimentation, then three main approaches to the practice are considered: unconditional approval (as advocated by Claude Bernard), conditional and restricted approval (as advocated by Peter Singer) and strict prohibition (as advocated by Tom Regan and Gary Francione). It is argued that what is actually approved or condemned in animal experimentation is the value of the scientific enterprise.

  2. Detention Operations, Behavior Modification, and Counterinsurgency

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    2009-06-01

    successful counterinsurgency operations. Academics and military professionals, in literature and doctrine, have examined the problems of detention...excessive force and giving the impression of weakness. Of course, Arabic culture respects a certain degree of strict authority. Muslim scholar Bernard...of course a permanent state of war.”12 Lewis also talks of the “general Arab propensity for fighting.”13 Cul- turally, physical force is more

  3. Teorie deliberativní demokracie a demarchie jako alternativy demokratických voleb

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    Buryšová, Jana

    2015-01-01

    This thesis critically analyzes the concepts of deliberative democracy and demarchy. Both theories are described from many different viewpoints, including criticisms aimed at elections in democratic political systems, the issue of legitimacy and representativeness. The analysis of the theory of deliberative democracy is based on the works of Bernard Manin, John Dryzek, Joshua Cohen etc. The analysis of the theory of demarchy is based on the works of John Burnheim. Both theoretical concepts ar...

  4. Archaeological Survey at Fort Hood, Texas. Fiscal Year 1990: The Northeastern Perimeter Area

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    1994-01-01

    Pseudacris cark/O Cricket frog (Acris crepltans) Bullfrog (Rana catesbeana) Plains leopard frog (Rana bk~rO Rio Grande leopard frog (Rana berkladlero...Americyin Glass. Midwelsern Archeological Research Center. Illinois State University. Normal. Florence, Gene 1977 The Collector’s Encyclopedia of Depression... Encyclopedia of Depression Glass. Collector Books. Paducah, Kentucky. Fontana, Bernard L.. and J. Cameron Greenleaf 1962 Johnny Ward’s Ranch: A Study in

  5. Virginie Pouzet-Duzer, L’impressionnisme littéraire

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    De Pieri, Damiano

    2016-01-01

    Partendo dall’affermazione che nessun romanziere e nessun poeta può essere definito propriamente «impressionista», l’A. si propone di individuare i tratti salienti dell’impressionismo letterario attraverso un approccio di tipo semiotico, necessariamente multidisciplinare, che si inserisce nel percorso tracciato da Bernard Vouilloux con cui l’A. sembra, a tratti, quasi voler instaurare un dialogo. Ponendo ai limiti storici dell’impressionismo pittorico Manet, il precursore, e Degas, l’impressi...

  6. Methodological choices for the clinical development of medical devices

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    Bernard A; Vaneau M; Fournel I; Galmiche H; Nony P; Dubernard JM

    2014-01-01

    Alain Bernard,1 Michel Vaneau,2 Isabelle Fournel,3 Hubert Galmiche,2 Patrice Nony,4,5 Jean Michel Dubernard6 1Department of Thoracic Surgery CHU Bocage, Dijon, France; 2Department for Assessment of Medical Devices, HAS (French National Authority of Health), Saint-Denis La Plaine, France; 3Centre of Epidemiology of the Populations, Burgundy University, Dijon, France; 4Department of Clinical Pharmacology, Lyon University CNRS, Lyon, France; 5Laboratory of Biometry and Biology, CNRS, Lyon, Franc...

  7. Breaching the Devil’s Garden: The 6th New Zealand Brigade in Operation Lightfoot. The Second Battle of El Alamein

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    2005-01-01

    Haifa, Winston Churchill directed General Bernard Law Montgomery to replace General Auchinleck because Churchill was dissatisfied with the latter’s...solutions remained on paper simply because there was insufficient time to implement them.󈧍 Generalmajor von Ravenstein , one of the commanders of...Romek A Narrative &_Pictorial History, by Richard Law and Craig Luther, R. James Bender Publishing, San Jose, California, page 190. H- Table prepared

  8. Adding to Leader-Follower Transactions: The Augmenting Effect of Charismatic Leadership

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    1988-12-01

    AUGMENTING EFFECT OF ChARISMATIC LEADERSHP DAVID A. WALDMAN, BERNARD M. BASS, and FRANCIS J. YAMMARINO School of Management and Center for Leadership...Kanungo, R. N. 1987. Toward a behavioral theory of charismatic leadership in organizational settings. Academy of Management Review, 12: 637-647...Conger, J. A., & Kanungo, R. N. 1988. The empowerment process: Integrating theory and practice, Academy of Management Review, 13: 471-482. Dansereau

  9. Chimeric design, synthesis, and biological assays of a new nonpeptide insulin-mimetic vanadium compound to inhibit protein tyrosine phosphatase 1B

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    Thomas Scior; José Antonio Guevara-García; FJ Melendez; et al

    2010-01-01

    Thomas Scior1, José Antonio Guevara-García2, FJ Melendez2, Hassan H Abdallah3, Quoc-Tuan Do4, Philippe Bernard41Facultad de Ciencias Químicas, Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, Pue, Puebla, Mexico; 2Faculty of Basic Sciences, Technology and Engineering, Laboratory of Research in Bioinorganic and Bioremediation, Universidad Autónoma de Tlaxcala, Apizaco, Tlaxcala, México; 3School of Chemical Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Pe...

  10. Defense and Development in Africa: Annotated Bibliography.

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    1987-10-01

    Politics and Crisis in Nigeria, Nigeria: Ibadan University Press, 1973. Dumont, Bernard, "Les Services Civiques Africains," Cooperation et Developpement, No...1982, pp. 74-77. Garreton Merino, Manuel, El Proceso Politico Chileno, Santiago Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales, 1983. Geertz, C., "The...Black Studies, Vol. 9, No. 2, Dec. 1978, pp. 181-193. Odetola, T. 0., "Political Behavior of the Military in Crisis Situations," Paper presented at

  11. 1905. aasta eesti romaanis / Cornelius Hasselblatt

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    Hasselblatt, Cornelius, 1960-

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    Vaadeldakse järgmisi romaane: Tammsaare, A. H. Tõde ja õigus III (1931, lühendatud variant 1968) ; Kärner, Jaan. Tõusev rahvas I-II (1936-1937) ; Kangro, Bernard. Kuma taevarannal (1950) ; Hint, Aadu. Tuuline rand I (1951, uus variant 1952) ; Krusten, Erni. Noorte südamed I-II (1954-1956) ; Ruben, Aarne. Volta annab kaeblikku vilet (2001)

  12. 1905. aasta Eesti romaanis / Cornelius Hasselblatt

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    Hasselblatt, Cornelius, 1960-

    2007-01-01

    Vaadeldakse järgmisi romaane: Tammsaare, A. H. Tõde ja õigus III (1931, lühendatud variant 1968) ; Kärner, Jaan. Tõusev rahvas I-II (1936-1937) ; Kangro, Bernard. Kuma taevarannal (1950) ; Hint, Aadu. Tuuline rand I (1951, uus variant 1952) ; Krusten, Erni. Noorte südamed I-II (1954-1956) ; Ruben, Aarne. Volta annab kaeblikku vilet (2001)

  13. Living and Dealing with Limited Opportunities: Social Disadvantage and Coping Strategies in Rural Peripheries

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    Bernard, Josef; Decker, A.; Vojtíšková, Kateřina; Mikešová, Renáta

    2016-01-01

    Roč. 13, č. 2 (2016), s. 29-53 ISSN 1214-813X R&D Projects: GA ČR GA15-10602S Institutional support: RVO:68378025 Keywords : rural disadvantage * local opportunity structure * social exclusion Subject RIV: AO - Sociology, Demography http://socstudia.fss.muni.cz/sites/default/files/03_Living_and_Dealing_with_Limited_Opportunities_Bernard_Decker_Vojtiskova_Mikesova.pdf

  14. Finite-Difference Modeling of Seismological Problems in Magnitude Estimation Using Body Waves, Surface Waves and Seismic Source Imaging.

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    1987-03-01

    Massinon Dr. Frode Ringdal Societe Radiomana NTNF/NORSAR 27, Rue Claude Bernard P.O. Box 51 75005, Paris , FRANCE N-2007 Kjeller, NORWAY Dr. George H... Paris , FRANCE Applications Center Patrick AFB, Florida 32925-6001 Mr. Jack Murphy S-CUBED Dr. Alan S. Ryall, Jr. Reston Geophysics Office Center for...West Lafayette, IN 47907 -5- Dr. G.A. Bollinger Dr. Muawia Barazangi Department of Geological Sciences Geological Sciences Virginia Polytechnical

  15. J/ψ production

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    Author Affiliations. François Arleo1 Pol-Bernard Gossiaux1 Thierry Gousset2 Jörg Aichelin2. ECT and INFN, G.C. di Trento, Strada delle Tabarelle, 286, 38050 Villazano, Italy; SUBATECH, Laboratoire de Physique Subatomique et des Technologies Associées, UMR Université de Nantes, IN2P3/CNRS, Ecole des Mines de ...

  16. Hlas ženy ve třech verzích Pygmalionu: sociolingvistická analýza

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    Trojanová, Šárka

    2016-01-01

    This diploma thesis focuses on the sociolinguistic analysis of the language of female characters in a play, musical and film. The theoretical part summarizes sociolinguistic literature and it also scrutinizes the current findings of the influence of gender, social class and identity on language. These concepts are discussed both from linguistic and sociological point of view. The practical part is aimed at the analysis of woman's language in George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion and its two adaptat...

  17. Sustaining The Quality Of The All Volunteer Force: A Cost Effective Approach

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    2016-05-26

    10 Bernard Rostker, I Want You! (Santa Monica: RAND, 2006), 756. Last vote for a draft reinstatement in...Congress was in 2003 and unanimously voted 402-2 against it on October 6, 2004. 5 Word Knowledge, Arithmetic Reasoning, Paragraph Comprehension...cons of the AVF versus conscription. Historians argue that conscription generally ensured enlistment from a broad cross-section of American youth

  18. Les aspects des frottis cervico-vaginaux chez les femmes vivants ...

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    ... femmes vivants avec le VIH suivies à Thiès/Sénégal et association avec le degré d'immunodépression. Mariama Bammo, Pauline Dioussé, Mariétou Thiam, Madoky Maguatte Diop, Adama Berthé, Flugence Abdou Faye, Thierno Abdoul Aziz Diallo, Fatou Seck Sarr, Haby Dione, Papa Souleymane Touré, Bernard Marcel ...

  19. Transparent Glass Ceramics Doped by Chromium(III) and Chromium(III) and Neodymium(III) as New Materials for Lasers and Luminescent Solar Concentrators.

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    1987-04-30

    spectra of Cr(III) in glass and attribute the diffusive absorption at 1000-1500 Gauss to distorted octahedrally coordinated single Cr(III) ions [6,9...amount of crystallization as 12. We have shown recently that ZrO2 with coordination number of 8 cannot incorporate Cr(III) [4]. In s-quartz both the...Laboratoire de Physico- Chimie des Materiaux Luminescents Universite Claude Bernard Lyon-Unite associee au CNRS 69622 - Villeurbanne, France Anne-Marie

  20. Eesti proosa 1994 : [ka Noor-Eesti fenomenist 1994. a eesti proosas] / Toomas Liiv

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    Liiv, Toomas, 1946-2009

    1995-01-01

    Kangro, Bernard. Härjanädalate aegu; Kõiv, Madis Rännuaastad. Studia memoriae. I; Vanapa, Andres. Riiulid; Mutt, Mihkel. Rahvusvaheline mees; Berg, Maimu. Ma armastasin venelast. Nemad; Kross, Jaan. Järelehüüd; Kudu, Reet. Vabadus ja armastus; Mikelsaar, Henn. Käiski Nuustakul ära; Mihkelson, Ene. Nime vaev; Pukk, Holger. Suvest suveni; Trubetsky, Tõnu & Anti Pathique. Daam sinises; Traat, Mats. Kodu on ilus; Traat, Mats. Minge üles mägedele. Teine raamat, jt.

  1. 25 years of service

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    2004-01-01

    On Thursday 2 December, the Director-General received the 14 staff members who began to work in 1979, CERN's 25th anniversary, and are now themselves celebrating 25 years of service at CERN. Beugnet Claude / AB Bourgeois Georges / AB Goossens Michel / IT Herzog Patrick / IT Jeanneret Jean-Bernard / AB Lacarrère Daniel / TS Mollay Robert / TS Mornacchi Giuseppe / PH Ployer Annie / DSU Remondino Vittorio / AT Stellfeld Donat / AB Taureg Hans / PH Terrier Jean-Pierre / AB Wehrle Urs / AB

  2. Assessment of the Air Force Materiel Command Reorganization: Report for Congress

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    2013-01-01

    48 Daft, 2007; Galbraith, 1977. 49 Galbraith, 1977. 50 Michael L. Tushman and David A. Nadler ...76 Tushman, Michael L., and David A. Nadler , “Information Processing as an Integrating Concept in Organizational Design,” Academy of Management...Ausink, Chelsea Kaihoi Duran, Robert G. DeFeo, David W. George, Raymond E. Conley, Bernard Fox, and Jerry M. Sollinger, Air Force Materiel Command

  3. International Neural Network Society Annual Meeting (1994) Held in San Diego, California on 5-9 June 1994. Volume 1

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    1994-06-09

    Department of Energy, Office of Health and Environmental Research, and administered by the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education . References I1...the Cognitive Science Group of the Institute for Advanced Studies of USP. References [1] P.B. Blinder R.C. Bassanezi. Modelagem em ecologia te6rica...John N. Weinstein, National Cancer Institute , US National Institutes of Health COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS OF NEURAL NETWORKS Bernard

  4. Gilbert Simondon a jeho vliv na současné myšlení o médiích

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    Maha, Jiří

    2016-01-01

    Keywords Gilbert Simondon, Bernard Stiegler, Mark B. N. Hansen, philosophy, media, technology, humanism, individuation, information Abstract This text has two parallel objectives. First, to introduce the original work of french philosopher Gilbert Simondon. Second, to show its potential of his philosophy in relation to our thinking about the current media-techno- logically conditioned environment in which we live and through which we understand the world. I have two motivations for the first ...

  5. Veteran Stereotypes: A Closer Look

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    2014-10-01

    presents, and it can lead to the risk factors that we hear about so often in the press: high unemployment; homelessness ...Richardson, B. Christopher Frueh, and Ronald Acierno, “Prevalence Estimates of Combat-Related PTSD: A Critical Review,” Australia and New Zealand...http://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/ statistics /prevalence/post-traumatic-stress- disorder-among-adults.shtml (accessed Oct 22, 2014). 12 B. Bernard and

  6. The dismantling of the damaged Chernobyl reactor No 4 and the implications upon the design of a second shelter

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    Mao, J.L. Le; White, S.J.

    1995-01-01

    During 1994/95 a study was undertaken, by Alliance, to assess the feasibility of constructing a new containment/shelter over the damaged Chernobyl reactor and its sarcophagus. This paper reviews the implications placed upon the design due to the ultimate dismantling requirements. The paper highlights some of the generic requirements and the impact upon the shelter design solution. Alliance is a consortium of leading European engineering companies comprising Campenon Bernard, AEA Technology, Walter-Bau, SGN, Taylor Woodrow and Bouygues. (Author)

  7. Out of the zenith Jodrell Bank : 1957-1970

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    Lovell, Bernard

    1973-01-01

    In an earlier book, The Story of Jodrell Bank (1986), Sir Bernard Lovell vividly described the construction of the famous radio telescope and the serious political and financial problems he faced while it was being built. In the present book he deals with the main aspects of the scientific work carried out at Jodrell Bank between 1957, when the telescope came into operation, and 1970, when it was temporarily withdrawn from service for modification and improvement.

  8. The reception of Augustine of Hippo in Martin Luther

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    Antonio Carlos Ribeiro

    2014-01-01

    The article analyzes the reception of Augustine of Hippo (354-430) in Martin Luther's theology (1483¬1518), starting from the african Doctor's influence in the writings, teachings and theological emphasis of the German Protestant Reformer. From the entrance in the Convent of black Augustines of Erfurt, Luther welcomes his influence in the neoplatonism, in the theology of sin and grace, in the scholastic nominalistic, and through of Bernard of Clairvaux mystic. He was based in Of the Spiri...

  9. Progress in Medicine

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    Bernard,J

    1980-01-01

    Le Prof.Jean Bernard a fait ses études à la faculté à Paris et est médecin des hôpitaux et directeur du laboratoire de recherche expérimentale sur la leucémie et les maladies du sang. Il parle du developpement de la recherche médicale et connaissances sur les causes et traitements des maladies du sang et en particulier sur la leucémie

  10. Remembering Bernie

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    Wattenberg, A.; Rotblat, J.; Tsipis, K.

    1993-01-01

    This article is a remembrance of the work of Bernard T. Feld, who was a distinguished physicist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and before that, a member of the Manhattan Project. He was best known for his efforts on behalf of world peace and the abolition of nuclear weapons. In this paper, the comments of four of Bernie's friends as well as one of his open-quotes Bulletinclose quotes editorials are given

  11. Parables

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    Bruun, Mette Birkedal

      This volume is a study of spatial structures in Bernard of Clairvaux's parables. It lays out a spiritual topography which is linked to the rumination of the Bible. The topography ranges across such locations as Paradise, Babylon, the bridegroom's chamber, and the celestial Jerusalem, and man na...... - militia Christi, for example, God's image and likeness in man, contemptus mundi, the quest for beatitude - as voyages within spiritual landscapes....

  12. An Assessment and Annotated Bibliography of Marine Bioluminescence Research: 1979-1987

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    1993-01-01

    Deborah W. 108 Bowlby , Mark R. 96, 369 Cormier, Milton J. 97. 110, 111. 227. Arnold, John M. 742, 743 Boyd. S. H. 727 703 Arrio. Bernard 22. 149. 150...Washington, D.C. 14 Johns Hopkins University 13 Laboratoire de Bioluminescence, CNRS, France 13 Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole 13 UniversitAt...free-running circadian rhythm of bioluminescence in individual cells of the 72. Buck. John B. (1978). Functions and Evolutions dinoflagellate Gonyaulax

  13. Characterizing and Targeting Androgen Receptor Pathway-Independent Prostate Cancer

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    2013-11-01

    chromosomal anomalies in metastatic prostatic carcinoma by fluorescence in situ hybridization. Cancer Res 57: 524–531. 21. Bernard D, Pourtier-Manzanedo A...of prostate cancer metastasis. Red depicts chromosomal regions with copy number gain and Blue depicts regions with copy number loss. X-axis (columns...of figure the full human genome ordered by chromosome (1-X,Y). The Y-Axis (Rows) are individual patients with multiple tumors per patient. Note

  14. African Zoology - Vol 23, No 4 (1988)

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    Book Reviews · EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT · DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. Lynne Whiffler, S.G. Compton, M.R. Perrin, M.D. Picker, M.R. Perrin, P.C. Magnuson, Jay O'Keefe, A.N. Hodgson, P Hewitt, S Endrödy-Younga, L.G. Underhill, H.M. Dott, R.T.F. Bernard, C.R. Brown, 370- ...

  15. Domestic Catastrophes Flow Through Six Distinct Phases: An Analysis of the Los Angeles Riots of 1992 and Hurricane Katrina in 2005

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    2010-04-12

    evidence that it was murder, but they gave [the Korean] probation, no just sentence. You kill a dog, you go to jail. You kill a Black teen - ager...people are killed when their car , being chased by Beverly Hills police, hits a fire hydrant and overturns.ඔ 0015: "Mayor Bradley declares a dusk...broke loose and crashed through the fl.oodwall, opening a breach that accelerated flooding into the Lower Ninth Ward and St. Bernard Parish. "�

  16. Physics and reality

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    D'Espagnat, B.

    1997-01-01

    What is the reality of objects around us. What is real. Is there something that is not dependent on the thought. To these questions, philosophers, mathematicians, physicists answer in different ways. Mister Bernard d' Espagnat, philosopher and physicist speaks for an open realism. Leaning on the quantum physics, he is engaged in exchange of objections and answers with persons he is speaking to, decided, as he is himself, to get to the roots of things. (N.C.)

  17. Cizinci jako obtížně dosažitelná populace

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    Bernard, Josef; Leontiyeva, Yana

    2013-01-01

    Roč. 7, č. 1 (2013), s. 57-80 ISSN 1802-8152 R&D Projects: GA ČR GAP404/12/1014 Institutional support: RVO:68378025 Keywords : migration research * hard-to-reach populations * sampling methods Subject RIV: AO - Sociology, Demography http://dav.soc.cas.cz/uploads/cfffba873645374315170573eab28d219c81ce85_DaV_2013-1_p57-80_Bernard_Leontiyeva.pdf

  18. Scientia sexualis y saber psiquiátrico en la novela naturalista decimonónica

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    Fernández, Pura

    1997-01-01

    The nineteenth-century naturalist novel genre introduces in fiction the basic principles of experimental medicine, as postulated by Claude Bernard; in Spain this originated the so called medical-social novel. This variety of fiction is characterized by a "will to know" about sexuality, giving fruit throughout all the nineteenth century to many psychiatric and physiological studies concerning the so called perverse pleasure; this is all sexuality escaping ...

  19. Cover Crops in Hillside Agriculture : Farmer Innovation with Mucuna ...

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    ... international à Ottawa (Canada). Bernard Triomphe est agrégé de recherche au bureau de Mexico de la Fondation Rockefeller. Gustavo Sain est scientifique principal au bureau du Centre international pour l'amélioration du maïs et du blé situé à San José (Costa Rica). Edición español: Leer e-libro / Descargar PDF ...

  20. Experiment to decipher the effect of heavy metal cadmium on coastal benthic foraminifer Pararotalia Nipponica (Asano)

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    Linshy, V.N.; Saraswat, R.; Kurtarkar, S.R.; Nigam, R.

    health hazards including kidney damage (Jarup et al., 1998; Bernard, 2004), bone damage (Kazantzis, 2004), acute respiratory diseases (Barbee and Prince, 1999), gastro-intestinal problems (Nordberg, 2004) and even cancer in humans (Il'yasova, 2005... and Environmentsl Safety, 7: 9–24. Il'yasova, D. S.G.G. 2005. Cadmium and renal cancer. Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology, 207, 179-186. IOSHIC. 1999 International occupational safety and health information centre. Metals in basics of chemical safety, chapter...