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  1. Vallooni aarded / Tamara Luuk

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    Luuk, Tamara

    2002-01-01

    21. VI-25. VIII Rotermanni soolalaos kunstimuuseumi saalis näitus "Vallooni aarded. Kunst Valloonias XX sajandil". Väljas on 53 kunstniku 74 teost. Valiku tegid Tamara Luuk ja Eha Komissarov koostöös Belgia Prantsuse Kogukonna ja Mons'i Kunstimuuseumiga. Belglastest, pikemalt keraamik Max van der Lindenist

  2. Kuidas töötab teie kooli tugisüsteem? / Maria Tiro, Siiri Klasberg, Maarika Kongi ... [jt.

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    2011-01-01

    Küsimusele vastasid Jüri gümnaasiumi direktor Maria Tiro, Tapa gümnaasiumi sotsiaalpedagoog Siiri Klasberg, Rakvere gümnaasiumi psühholoog Maarika Kongi, Kuressaare gümnaasiumi sotsiaalpedagoog Maret Martinson, Salme põhikooli direktor Marika Pütsep

  3. Astronaut Tamara Jernigan in the CCT during a training session

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    1994-01-01

    Astronaut Tamara E. Jernigan, STS-67 payload commander, is shown here in the Shuttle Training Facility at JSC participating in a training session. Jernigan is training with the RMS controls in the Crew Compartment Trainer (CCT) of JSC's Shuttle mockup and integration laboratory.

  4. Astronaut Tamara Jernigan deploys life raft during WETF training

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    1994-01-01

    Astronaut Tamara E. Jernigan, STS-67 payload commander, deploys a life raft during a session of emergency bailout training. The training took place in the 25-feet deep pool at JSC's Weightless Environment Training Facility (WETF). Jernigan was joined by her crew mates for the training session. Several SCUBA-equipped divers who assisted in the training can be seen in this photograph.

  5. V Las-Vegas so statujei Svobodõ / Katrin Sangla, Gerly Tinn, Tamara Korjagina ; interv. Alina Zelimhanova

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    Sangla, Katrin

    2002-01-01

    Küsitletakse soengukunsti maailmameistrivõistlustel Hair World 2002 Las-Vegases osalenud juuksur Tamara Korjaginat, jumestuskunstnik Katrin Sanglat ja moekunstnik Gerly Tinni võistluse kohta. Saavutasid võiskondlikus arvestuses kolmanda koha

  6. Female Divinities and Story-Telling in the Work of Tamara Kamenszain

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    Naomi Lindstrom

    1996-01-01

    Full Text Available Tamara Kamenszain (b. Argentina, 1947, in her creative writing and her essays, brings together two concerns. One is her examination of concepts of woman and femininity. She specializes in mythical and archetypal representations of woman. Her texts present such figures as the great mother and forest nymphs. On many occasions, she evokes a past in which female divinities were respected, even in the Judaic tradition that is frequently Kamenszain's frame of reference. The other current that stands out in Kamenszain's writing is her interest in Jewish traditions of informal narrative. In her texts, folk narrative displaces learned and canonical narrative. Her concern is not only with stories about magic, but also with tale-telling as a magic practice. Kamenszain's writing often makes the point that magic, and particularly feminine magic, has succumbed to modernization. Setting her own writing in opposition to this tendency, Kamenszain brings back feminine magic forces and endows biblical heroines with the talents of sorceresses, priestesses, or goddesses. Her narratives also suggest that women have a special way of reading, learning, and storytelling.

  7. Kõik saab korda / Tamara Luuk

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    Luuk, Tamara, 1952-

    2010-01-01

    Rahvusvaheline videokunsti näitus "Kõik saab korda" Kumu Kunstimuuseumis 2. jaanuarini 2011. Kuraator Maria-Kristiina Soomre, kujundaja Berit Teeäär. Osalevad Marina Abramović (Serbia/USA), Eija-Liisa Ahtila (Soome), Kai Kaljo, Mike Marshall (Inglismaa), Ene-Liis Semper, Santeri Tuori (Soome), Guido van der Werve (Holland)

  8. Tabaquismo en médicos y en la población general. Comparación de los resultados del estudio TAMARA y de la Encuesta Nacional de Factores de Riesgo 2005

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    Daniel Ferrante

    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available Aunque se demostró la influencia del médico sobre el paciente fumador para desalentar y controlar la adicción, esta actitud depende en gran medida de la relación del propio médico con el tabaco. El objetivo de este estudio fue comparar la prevalencia de tabaquismo en médicos del estudio TAMARA (Tabaquismo en médicos de la República Argentina versus la comunicada para la población general en la Encuesta Nacional de Factores de Riesgo 2005 (ENFR.Se recurrió a la base de datos del estudio TAMARA para estratificar la población de médicos de acuerdo con los intervalos de edad comunicados por la ENFR. De los 6.497 médicos originales del TAMARA, se incluyeron 5.806 en el intervalo de 25 a 64 años, mientras que de la ENFR se utilizaron los datos de 9.658 encuestados de la población general. Se encontraron prevalencias de fumadores similares para los médicos y la población general (32,2% versus 32,4%; p = 0,403; sin embargo, al estratificar por edad se demostró un patrón distinto. La proporción de médicos fumadores fue inferior a la de la población general entre los 25 y los 34 años (30,9% versus 34,6%; p = 0,0004 y entre los 50 y los 64 años (21,3% versus 26,8%; p < 0,0001, mientras que en el grupo de edad intermedia (35- 49 años el porcentaje de médicos fumadores superó la prevalencia de la ENFR (44,4 versus 35,8%; p < 0,0001. Se observó además que este estrato de edad intermedia fue el que tenía menos formación para el manejo del tabaquismo.En conclusión, si bien la prevalencia global del tabaquismo en médicos no es diferente de la correspondiente a la población general, la estratificación por edad mostró que los médicos eran más fumadores entre los 35 y los 49 años. Aunque en los grupos de menor y mayor edad se encontraron menos fumadores entre los médicos, esta diferencia no fue tan marcada como en el grupo intermedio. La alta prevalencia de fumadores entre los médicos podría constituirse en una influencia

  9. Kastmed, määrded, marinaadid / Maarika Makarova

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    Makarova, Marika

    2012-01-01

    Toidule maitset lisavatest kastmetest, määretest, võietest, pastadest ja marinaadidest: grillkaste, guacamole, karripasta, ketšup,majonees, marinaad, misopasta, mädarõigas, pesto, sinep, sojakaste, tomatipüree, tomatipasta, tomatikaste, tzatziki, vasabi, vinegrett, äädikas

  10. Zamok krassotõ ili tsarstvo duhha / Tamara Unanova

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    Unanova, Tamara

    2005-01-01

    14. veebr. andsid Maria Teatri balletisolistid Tallinna Linnahallis galakontserdi. Esinesid teatri solistid Natalja Sologub, Darja Pavlenkova, Igor Kolb, Anton Korsakov ja tõmbenumbrina reklaamitud Farukh Ruzimatov

  11. V poiskah garmonii / Rafael Danieljants ; interv. Tamara Unanova

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    Danieljants, Rafael

    2000-01-01

    Armeenia päritolu skulptor Rafael Danieljants (EKA, 1984) oma töödest, õpetajatööst Maardu kunstikoolis jm. Viimane tema tööde näitus oli Armeenia kultuurikeskuses Tallinnas : eksponeeriti armeeniateemalisi skulptuure

  12. Nanotehnoloogia astub üle kooliläve / Maarika Lukk

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    Lukk, Maarika

    2014-01-01

    Osalemisvõimalustest Euroopa Liidu elukestva õppe projektis „Quantum Spin-Off – kõrgtasemel teaduse ja ettevõtluse viimine koolidesse”, mille eesmärk on inspireerida noori valima teaduse ja tehnoloogiaga seotud eriala

  13. The five wonders of Spain (Catalonia), Italy, France, the UK (Wales), Hungary, Poland and Estonia / Maarika Ruuse

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    Ruuse, Maarika

    2014-01-01

    Melliste Algkool-Lasteaia osalemisest rahvusvahelises projektis Friends around Europe (Sõbrad Euroopas), mida rahastab Sihtasutus Archimedes. Erinevate koolide koostöö eesmärkideks on õpilaste teadmiste arendamine kultuuride ja keelte mitmekesisusest, teiste riikide rahvakommete ja traditsioonide õppimine ning oma maa rahvakultuuri jagamine

  14. Sojuz muzõki i notshnõh sfer / Tamara Unanova

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    Unanova, Tamara

    2007-01-01

    Tallinnas Pirita kloostri varemetes Birgitta festivalil nähtust : Anton Rubinshteini ooper "Deemon" Moskva Novaja Opera esituses 16. aug., Arthur Honeggeri oratoorium "Jeanne d'Arc tuleriidal" 10. aug., Carl Orffi lavaline kantaat "Carmina Burana" 15. aug., lavastatud galakontsert filmikatketega ooperidiiva Maria Callasest 17. aug

  15. Omad võõraste hulgas / Viktor Matizen ; tõlk. Tamara Korts

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    Matizen, Viktor

    2004-01-01

    Moskvas lõppes XXVI rahvusvaheline filmifestival. Peapreemia sai venelase Dmitri Meshijevi "Omad" ("Svoi"), FIPRESCI auhinna Marina Razbezhkina "Lõikuse aeg" ("Vremja zhatvõ"), publiku auhinna Vladimir Mashkovi "Isa" ("Papa!"), vene kriitikute auhinna brasiillase Heitor Dhalia "Nina", konkursi "Perspektiiv" auhinna jaapanlane Hideta Takahata ("Hotell Veenus") ja žürii eriauhinna Hõbedase Püha Jüri eestlaste Jaak Kilmi ja Rene Reinumägi "Sigade revolutsioon"

  16. Õhuloss ehk tuletorni juurde / Tiina Käesel ; kommenteerinud Tamara Luuk

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    Käesel, Tiina, 1943-

    2011-01-01

    Ehtekunstinäitus "Õhuloss" Tallinna Põhjatuletornis 25. septembrini 2011. Näitusega kaasneb raamat "Castle in the Air - Jewellery from Estonia - Õhuloss", koostajad Kadri Mälk ja Tanel Veenre. Rühmitusse "õhuLoss" kuuluvad Kadri Mälk, Piret Hirv, Eve Margus-Villems, Kristiina Laurits, Villu Plink, Tanel Veenre, Katrin Sipelgas

  17. Kuriteoohvrite kaitse ja kohtlemise uuring : aruande kokkuvõte : [august 2017] / [Kerly Espenberg, Maie Kiisel, Maarika Lukk ... jt. ; Tartu ülikooli sotsiaalteaduslike rakendusuuringute keskus RAKE

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    2017-01-01

    Ohvrite direktiivi Eesti õigusse ülevõtmise analüüs, ülevaade kuriteoohvrite õigustest ja nende kasutamisest, ohvrite kohtlemisest menetluses, ohvriabist ja selle pakutavatest teenustest ning hüvitistest, lepitusmenetlusest, asutuste koostööst ja ennetustööst ohvrite kaitsel ning kuriteo mõjust ohvrite igapäevaelule

  18. Kuraator ilust ja väest / Roger Pierre Turine ; tõlk. Tamara Luuk, interv. Teet Veispak

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    Turine, Roger Pierre

    2003-01-01

    Roger Pierre Turine'i kureeritud aafrika kunsti näitus "Ilu ja vägi" Rakvere Kesklinna galeriis kuni 27. IX. Näitusel eksponeeritakse osa Kadri ja Sven Viirese Ghanas, lobide maal tehtud reisifotodest

  19. Sünteetiline lähenemine on edu pant / Tamara Luuk, Olga Pärn, Priit Pärn ; intervjueerinud Reet Varblane

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    Luuk, Tamara, 1952-

    2011-01-01

    Brügges kuni jaanuari lõpuni 2011 eksponeeritud belgia kunstniku Luc Tuymansi kureeritud näitusest "Madalaima tasandi reaalsus. Visioon Kesk-Euroopast" ("The Reality of the Lowest Rank. A Vision of Central Europe"). Osalema oli kutsutud 43 kunstnikku üle maailma. Priit Pärn Eestist esines söejoonistuste ja filmilõikudega näitusel ning eraldi filmiprogrammiga

  20. Jan Hoet : " Magritte ja Ensor - ühtaegu Valloonia ja Flandria keskpunkt" : Hermine Bokhorsti intervjuu Jan Hoetiga / Jan Hoet ; interv. Hermine Bokhorst, tõlk. Tamara Luuk

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    Hoet, Jan

    2002-01-01

    Tänapäevasest belgia kunstist, flaami ja vallooni kunstniku lähenemisviisidest, kunstnike toetamisest, Flandria ja frankofoonse Belgia muuseumipoliitika erinevusest, belglaste tundlikkusest kunsti suhtes jm.

  1. Kuressaare kultuurikeskus täitus eile leivalõhnaga / Ene Kallas

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    Kallas, Ene

    2009-01-01

    Kuressaare kultuurikeskuse näituse "Leib on talu peremees" avamisel viisid Eesti Põllumajandusmuuseumi töötajad läbi leivaprogrammi. Näituse koostas Mare Viiralt, kunstnikutöö tegi Maarika Tang

  2. The brand of the month - MONTON! / Urmas Väljaots

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    Väljaots, Urmas, 1981-

    2003-01-01

    AS-i Baltika avalike suhete juht Montoni kaubamärgiga seotud turundustegevusest. Kommenteerivad Audrius Savickas, Aigars Rungis ja Eriks Stendzenieks. Vt. samas intervjuud AS-i Baltika endise turundusjuhi Maarika Liivamäega; Monton chronology

  3. Raamist välja linnaruum. Fotokonkurss 2015 / Kristel Schwede

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    Schwede, Kristel, 1963-

    2015-01-01

    Tallinna noortenädala fotokonkursist "Raamist välja linnaruum 2015". I koht: Samuel Markovich "Rahu". II koht: Anna Kuriljonok "A short history". III koht: Maarika Roosi "Eri lugu - eri raames". Positiivi eriauhind: Vladislava Snurnikova "Trepp"

  4. Finding Support Online: Parents are Finding Comfort and Support in Virtual Hugs

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    Miller, Janice

    2006-01-01

    When Tamara learned that she and her husband were expecting a baby girl, Tamara remembers the doctor telling her "the odds were high" her daughter would inherit her bipolar disorder. As it turned out, her daughter, Lindsay was also formally diagnosed with bipolar disorder after her 11th birthday. Tamara turned to Internet to find someone who…

  5. Young, Black, Mathematically Gifted, and Stereotyped

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    McGee, Ebony

    2013-01-01

    In this paper, I describe the academic dilemma experienced by Tamara (pseudonym), a mathematically high-achieving high school sophomore. Raised in an economically strapped neighborhood, Tamara had the opportunity to attend a prestigious private high school, tuition free. Confronted by being viewed as an affirmative action student Tamara uses this…

  6. Kaubamaja "Lemon" - Arco Ärikeskus : Estonia pst. 1, Tallinn

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    2002-01-01

    1958. a. valminud hoone rekonstrueerimine. Projekteerija: EA Reng. Arhitekt Martin Aunin. Ehituskonstruktsioonid: Riho Märtson. Insenertehnilised osad: Karmo Pajo, Maarika Kurvits, Eha Treial. Valgusinstallatsioon: Meeli Kõiva. Kaupluste mööbel, kohtvalgustus: Priit Põldme, Ants Tolli, Ruth-Helene Kaasik, Hugo Mitt, Mart Vesker, Tarmo Piirmets. Projekt 2001, valmis 2002. I korruse põhiplaan, 4 vaadet

  7. Glamuursed ärinaised / Ingrid Kohtla

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    Kohtla, Ingrid

    2005-01-01

    Nõuandeid edukaks karjääriks annavad Viru Keskuse turundusjuht Mari-Liis Kapustin, EAS Turismiarenduskeskuse direktor Maarika Liivamägi, Maybelline New York ja Garnier tootejuht Marju Märtson ning Angel Cafe ja Gay Clubi tegevjuht Maret Soom

  8. Häda nende meie Vaarikutega! / Andres Mesikäpp

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    Mesikäpp, Andres

    2000-01-01

    20. oktoobril algas Kanal 2s uus teleseriaal "Me saame hakkama" : stsenarist Mihkel Ulman : režissöör Ain Prosa : helilooja Ardo-Ran Varres : mängivad Andrus, Maarika ja Marta Vaarik, Ülle Kaljuste, Maria Avdjushko, Hilja Varem jt. : Wireframe Productions

  9. Väikesed inimesed kodumaises seebivahus / Margot Visnap

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    Visnap, Margot, 1959-

    2000-01-01

    Kanal 2 uus teleseriaal "Me saame hakkama" : stsenarist Mihkel Ulman : režissöör Ain Prosa : helilooja Ardo-Ran Varres : mängivad Andrus, Maarika ja Marta Vaarik, Ülle Kaljuste, Maria Avdjushko, Hilja Varem jt. : Wireframe Productions

  10. Hakkama võib saada ka koomiliselt / Liivi Šein

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    Šein, Liivi

    2000-01-01

    20. oktoobril algab Kanal 2s uus teleseriaal "Me saame hakkama" : stsenarist Mihkel Ulman : režissöör Ain Prosa : helilooja Ardo-Ran Varres : mängivad Andrus, Maarika ja Marta Vaarik, Ülle Kaljuste, Maria Avdjushko, Hilja Varem jt. : Wireframe Productions

  11. Nad saidki hakkama / Jüri Laulik

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    Laulik, Jüri, 1959-

    2000-01-01

    Kanal 2 uus teleseriaal "Me saame hakkama" : stsenarist Mihkel Ulman : režissöör Ain Prosa : helilooja Ardo-Ran Varres : mängivad Andrus, Maarika ja Marta Vaarik, Ülle Kaljuste, Maria Avdjushko, Hilja Varem jt. : Wireframe Productions

  12. Neeme Järvi lahkub Detroidi orkestrist

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    2005-01-01

    Detroidi orkestriga hüvastijätupeol "Järvi Fest" esinevad flötist Maarika Järvi ja dirigent Kristjan Järvi. Detroidi sümfooniaorkestrit 15 aastat juhtinud Neeme Järvi töötab edasi New Jersey sümfooniaorkestri Haagi orkestriga

  13. Food allergy

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    Maleki, Soheila J; Burks, A. Wesley; Helm, Ricki M

    2006-01-01

    ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . vii ix I. CLINICAL ASPECTS 1. Clinical Manifestations of Food Allergic Disease * Tamara T. Perry, Amy M. Scurlock, and Stacie M. Jones...

  14. Magistritööd : [Olga Volossova jt.

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    2000-01-01

    20. sept. 2000 kaitseb TPÜ-s matemaatika magistritööde kaitsmisnõukogu ees Olga Volossova magistritööd "Liftingud q-mõõtuvates ruumides". 27. sept. kaitseb TPÜ-s sotsiaaltöö magistrinõukogu ees Eike Käsi magistritööd "Tööjuhendamine sotsiaaltöös" ja Maarika Pukk magistritööd "Koolieeliku elukeskkond lasteasutuses : Reggio-Emilia meetodi rakendamine Eestis"

  15. Nad saavad endiselt hakkama / Mikk Vanapõld

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    Vanapõld, Mikk

    2001-01-01

    Näitleja Maria Avdjushko räägib Kanal 2 uuest kodumaisest teleseriaalist "Me saame hakkama", mille üks kolmest produtsendist ta on : stsenarist Mihkel Ulman : režissöör Ain Prosa : helilooja Ardo-Ran Varres : mängivad Andrus, Maarika ja Marta Vaarik, Ülle Kaljuste, Maria Avdjushko, Hilja Varem jt. : Wireframe Productions. Ka : Teleleht nr. 1, lk. 40-41

  16. Ideede paraad Zürichis / Tanel Veenre

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    Veenre, Tanel, 1977-

    2000-01-01

    Üleeuroopaline noorte moeloojate etendus Barclay-Catwalk Zürichis ja Rotterdamis. Uued nimed: Wei Gao, Natasha ja Tamara Surguladze, Jacqueline Burtsche, Tom Notte, Jessy Heuvelink, Daniel Controversio jt.

  17. Tantsupäev toob priimad tantsijad / Stuart Sweeney

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    Sweeney, Stuart

    2006-01-01

    Rahvusvahelisel tantsupäeval 29. aprillil esinevad Vanemuises nimekad Euroopa tantsijad. Neist tuntumad on Londoni Kuningliku balleti priimabaleriin Tamara Rojo ja Rootsi Kuningliku Balleti koosseisus tantsiv Jan-Erik Wikström

  18. Tantsupäev toob publiku ette säravaid balletitähti / Raimu Hanson

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    Hanson, Raimu, 1957-

    2006-01-01

    29. apr. esinevad Vanemuises rahvusvaheliselt tuntud tantsijad - Tamara Rojo, Jan-Erik Wikström, Inaki Urlezaga, Anna Valev, Olga Volobujeva, Priit Kripson, Diana Cuni ja Kristoffer Sakurai -, et tähistada rahvusvahelist tantsupäeva

  19. Browse Title Index

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    Items 1 - 50 of 130 ... Journal Home > Advanced Search > Browse Title Index. Log in or ... using the technological pedagogical content knowledge(TPACK) framework, Abstract PDF ... Tamara N. Hrin, Dušica D. Milenković, Mirjana D. Segedinac.

  20. Identifying developmental vascular disruptor compounds using a predictive signature and alternative toxicity models

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    Identifying Developmental Vascular Disruptor Compounds Using a Predictive Signature and Alternative Toxicity Models Presenting Author: Tamara Tal Affiliation: U.S. EPA/ORD/ISTD, RTP, NC, USA Chemically induced vascular toxicity during embryonic development can result in a wide...

  1. Kuni 4. VII on Y-galeriis...

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    2004-01-01

    Mooste külalisstuudios elanud ja töötanud serbia tekstiilikunstniku Tamara Jelaca näitus "Fine Art Embroideries" ja tekstiilikunsti üliõpilase Anneli Kaarna näitus "Naine jäi kellatorni külge rippuma"

  2. Foreign Cultural Policy in the Interbellum: The Italian Dante Alighieri Society and the British Council Contesting the Mediterranean

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    van Kessel, T.

    2016-01-01

    This book considers the growing awareness in the wake of World War I that culture could play an effective political role in international relations. Tamara van Kessel shows how the British created the British Council in support of those cultural aims, which took on particular urgency in light of the

  3. Threat Based Risk Assessment for Enterprise Networks

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    2016-02-15

    devastating insider attacks, Edward Snowden exfiltrated 1.7 million documents from the National Security Agency [1]. That same year, the security company...Weller-Fahy, and Tamara Yu. References 1. G. Greenwald, No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden , the NSA, and the U.S. Surveillance State. London: Hamish

  4. In-line instrumentation and computer-controlled process supervision in reprocessing

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    Mache, H.R.; Groll, P.

    Measuring equipment is needed for continuous monitoring of concentration in radioactive process solutions. A review is given of existing in-line apparatus and of computer-controlled data processing. A process control system is described for TAMARA, a model extraction facility for the U/HNO 3 /TBP system

  5. 78 FR 79542 - Self-Regulatory Organizations; Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, Inc.; Order Granting...

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    2013-12-30

    ... maintain customer relationships or effect transactions with or for retail investors from proposed FINRA...\\ FINRA stated that it understands that some underwriters do have customer relationships that could... Management Solutions USA, LLC, to Elizabeth M. Murphy, Secretary, SEC, dated July 29, 2013 (``IMS''); Tamara...

  6. 76 FR 18241 - Notice of Intent To Prepare an Environmental Impact Statement for the Proposed Energy Gateway...

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    2011-04-01

    ..., 5353 Yellowstone Road, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82003, Attention: Tamara Gertsch. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION... height with average spans between towers of 1,000 to 1,500 feet (4 to 5 structures per mile). Permanent... historical sites; Paleontological resources; Changes in visual quality and settings; National Scenic and...

  7. PÖFF / Egle Loo

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    Loo, Egle

    2010-01-01

    14. Pimedate Ööde filmifestivali filmidest: "Päris koopia" (Prantsuse-Itaalia-Iraani 2010), "Taevariik" (Rootsi-Taani 2010), "Teisel pool" (Rootsi-Soome 2010), "Tamara Drewe" (Inglise 2010), "Mesi" (Türgi-Saksa 2010), "Inimestest ja jumalatest" (Prantsuse 2010)

  8. STS-52 Mission Specialist (MS) Jernigan during food planning session at JSC

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    1992-01-01

    STS-52 Columbia, Orbiter Vehicle (OV) 102, Mission Specialist (MS) Tamara E. Jernigan sips a beverage from a plastic container using a straw. She appears to be pondering what beverages she would like to have on her 10-day flight this coming autumn. Other crewmembers joined Jernigan for this food planning session conducted by JSC's Man-Systems Division.

  9. 75 FR 80977 - Disclosure of Payments by Resource Extraction Issuers

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    2010-12-23

    ...: Tamara Brightwell, Senior Special Counsel, Division of Corporation Finance, or Elliot Staffin, Special Counsel in the Office of International Corporate Finance, Division of Corporation Finance, at (202) 551... issuers would be required to disclose taxes on corporate profits, corporate income, and production and...

  10. Kingisseppadest suitsiiditerroristideni / Lauri Kärk

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    Kärk, Lauri, 1954-

    2005-01-01

    Berliini 55. filmifestivalist ja saksa filmidest festivalil : Marc Rothemundi "Sophie Scholli viimane päev", Hannes Stöhri "Üks päev Euroopas", Tamara Trampe ning Johann Feindti dokumentaal "Valged varesed - Tšetšeenia õudus" ja Palestiinas elava Hany Abu-Assadi "Paradise Now"

  11. Kaitstud magistritööd, 1. juuni 2012

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    Oma töid kaitsesid Claudio Julio Rodriguez Higuera, Davi William Ferreira Gomes, Karlina Vaivade, Mohamed Gamal Abdelmeged Elmaayergy, Sigita Tamošauskaite, Eduardo Chávez Herrera, Tyler James Bennett, Felipe Cuervo Restrepo, Julia Popova, Anastasiia Sidielnik, Thomas Mark Boyle, Mirjam Männik, Sandra Preiman, Tamara Stojanovic

  12. Liquid Nitrogen Dewar Loading at KSC for STS-71 Flight

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    1995-01-01

    Liquid nitrogen dewar loading at Kennedy Space Center for STS-71 flight with Stan Koszelak (right), University of California at Riverside, adn Tamara Chinareva (left), Russian Spacecraft Coporation-Energia. The picture shows Koszelak removing the insert from the transportation dewar.

  13. Chemical process developments in reprocessing from 1965--1975 in the Institute for Hot Chemistry

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    Baumgaertner, F.

    Work on the aqueous reprocessing of fuels is described. The following are discussed: LABEX (laboratory-scale extraction), MILLI facility (1 kg/day), problems of aqueous reprocessing, centrifugal extractor development, radiolytic products from Purex process, and TAMARA facility. Results of the MILLI operation are reviewed. Solutions to problems are discussed

  14. 4.-25. III on Nuova Icona galerii Veneetsias Kai Kaljo ja Ly Lestbergi päralt

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    2001-01-01

    Näitust "Mida te loete, mu lord" kureerivad Vittorio Urbani ja Michele de Marchi. Kataloogi eessõna: Anu Liivak, Tamara Luuk. Aprillis K. Kaljo isiknäitus Bratislavas Slovakkia kaasaegse kunsti keskuse galeriis. 27. IV Bonnis avatavale videonäitusele "Videonale" valiti Eestist K. Kaljo, Mari Laanemets, Killu Sukmit.

  15. Sneg v bambukovoi roshtshe... / Irina Butjajeva

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    Butjajeva, Irina

    2007-01-01

    Kohtla-Järve Kunstnike Ühenduse näitus "Pidulik palett" Tallinna galeriis Aatrium. Kommenteerib ühenduse esimees Aarne Hanni. Osaleb 16 kunstnikku: Aleksandr Igonin, Ljudmilla Beljajeva, Oleg Jatsenko, Sergei Jatsenko, Svetlana Petrova, Arkadi Jartsev, Gennadi Jeltsov, Aarne Hanni, Arvo Aun, Tamara Breideks ja teised

  16. FloCon 2008 Proceedings

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    2008-01-01

    visualization tools Hyperviewer: quasi-hierarchical hyperbolic space ‘ fish -eye’ 3-d Created by Stanford researcher Tamara Munzner © 2007 Sunny Fugate...Host Configuration • listening ports • running services • Why? • Too often IP space is considered one big homogeneous blob - analysis is done on

  17. The Burden of Disability among Active Duty Air Force Members

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    2006-09-01

    interest to decision makers ( Lauder , Tamara, Baker, et al, 2000). Other items to consider regarding injury risk factors during military training and/or...the literature review reveal that a substantial amount of money is lost to injured men and women during Basic training. In 1995, there were 153,228...of Industrial Ergonomics, 34, 451–457. Lauder , T.D., Baker, S.P., et al (2000). Sports and Physical Training Injury Hospitalizations in the Army

  18. LLCySA: Making Sense of Cyberspace

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    2014-01-01

    and B. David O’Gwynn Government and business operations rely heavily on cyber infrastructure. Users require high availability for their day-to-day...LABORATORY JOURNAL 69 SCOTT M. SAWYER, TAMARA H. YU, MATTHEW L. HUBBELL, AND B. DAVID O’GWYNN To support forensics and advanced analytics, the system must...event to minimize the chance of key colli - sions in dense datasets. query processor is designed to deliver responsive results to these applications

  19. Natsionalistlike meeleolude kaardistamine jätkub / Rael Artel

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    2008-01-01

    "Public Preparation Social Club. Natsionalismi sümptomid ja kriitika kaasaegses kunstis" 11. VII Pärnu Kunstnike Majas ja 12.-16. VII Pärnumaal. Korraldas ja modereeris Rael Artel, ettekannetega esinesid Kendra Ballingall (Winnipeg), Remco de Blaaij (Eindhoven), Övül Durmusoglu (Istanbul/Viin), Ronen Eidelman (Tel Aviv/Weimar), Claire Feeley (Dublin), Erden Kosova (Istanbul), Johannes Paul Raether (Berliin), Sara Stenczer (Budapest/Pariis) ja Tamara Zlobina (Kiiev)

  20. Satellite Photometric Error Determination

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    2015-10-18

    Satellite Photometric Error Determination Tamara E. Payne, Philip J. Castro, Stephen A. Gregory Applied Optimization 714 East Monument Ave, Suite...advocate the adoption of new techniques based on in-frame photometric calibrations enabled by newly available all-sky star catalogs that contain highly...filter systems will likely be supplanted by the Sloan based filter systems. The Johnson photometric system is a set of filters in the optical

  1. Ehtekunsti kõrgmäestik Münchenis / Kadri Mälk, Piret Hirv, Tanel Veenre

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    Mälk, Kadri, 1958-

    2009-01-01

    Ehtekunsti suurüritusest "Schmuckszene" ("Ehtepaik"). Arnoldsche Art Publishers esitles viit aasta paremaks ehtekunstiraamatuks tituleeritut, nende seas Eestis trükikojas Pakett trükitud raamatut "Just must" (kujundaja Aadam Kaarma, fotod: Tanel Veenre). Darling Publications'i poolt esitletud raamatust "The Compendium Finale of Contemporary Jewellery Makes", kus tutvustatakse kümmet eesti ehtekunstnikku, tekstide autorid on Kadri Mälk, Harry Liivrand ja Tamara Luuk

  2. Astronauts Parise and Jernigan check helmets prior to training session

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    1994-01-01

    Attired in training versions of the Shuttle partial-pressure launch and entry suits, payload specialist Dr. Ronald A Parise (left) and astronaut Tamara E. Jernigan, payload commander, check over their helmets prior to a training session. Holding the helmets is suit expert Alan M. Rochford, of NASA. The two were about to join their crew mates in a session of emergency bailout training at JSC's Weightless Environment Training Facility (WETF).

  3. Exponential and Logarithmic Functions

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    Todorova, Tamara

    2010-01-01

    Exponential functions find applications in economics in relation to growth and economic dynamics. In these fields, quite often the choice variable is time and economists are trying to determine the best timing for certain economic activities to take place. An exponential function is one in which the independent variable appears in the exponent. Very often that exponent is time. In highly mathematical courses, it is a truism that students learn by doing, not by reading. Tamara Todorova’s Pr...

  4. Short Outlines of Books by Estonian authors / Rutt Hinrikus

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    2007-01-01

    Tutvustus: Miljutina, Tamara. Inimesed minu elus. Tallinn : Varrak, 2007 ; Soosaar, Enn. Isa ja aeg. Tallinn : Kultuurileht, 2007. (Loomingu Raamatukogu ; 5) ; Paju, Imbi. Tõrjutud mälestused. Tallinn : Eesti Entsüklopeediakirjastus, 2007 ; Kaplinski, Jaan. Seesama jõgi. Tallinn : Vagabund, 2007 ; Laanem, Tiina. Väikesed vanamehed. Tallinn : Eesti Päevalehe Kirjastus, 2007 ; Vaarandi, Debora. Aastad ja päevad. Tallinn : Tänapäev, 2006 ; Berg, Maimu. Unustatud inimesed. Tallinn : Tuum, 2007 ; Heinsaar, Mehis. Rändaja õnn. Tallinn : Verb, 2007

  5. Brassica oleracea como fuente de compuestos biosaludables: aproximación genética

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    2015-01-01

    Fecha de lectura de tesis 2015-03-04.-- 253 páginas.-- Dña. Mª Elena Cartea González, Investigadora Científica del Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas y Dña. Pilar Soengas Fernández, Científica titular del Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, ambas investigadoras de la Misión Biológica de Galicia, en Pontevedra.-- Memoria presentada por Tamara Sotelo Pérez para la obtención del grado de Doctor con Mención Internacional por la Universidad de Vigo

  6. STS-96 Crew Training

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    1999-01-01

    The training for the crew members of the STS-96 Discovery Shuttle is presented. Crew members are Kent Rominger, Commander; Rick Husband, Pilot; Mission Specialists, Tamara Jernigan, Ellen Ochoa, and Daniel Barry; Julie Payette, Mission Specialist (CSA); and Valery Ivanovich Tokarev, Mission Specialist (RSA). Scenes show the crew sitting and talking about the Electrical Power System; actively taking part in virtual training in the EVA Training VR (Virtual Reality) Lab; using the Orbit Space Vision Training System; being dropped in water as a part of the Bail-Out Training Program; and taking part in the crew photo session.

  7. Tööjõuvahetus viib teise keskkonda : mida kogesid Ida-Virumaa raamatukoguhoidjad Pärnus ja Rakveres töötades / Ene Riet

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    Riet, Ene, 1954-

    2010-01-01

    Integratsiooni ja Migratsiooni Sihtasutuse Meie Inimesed tööjõuvahetusprogrammis osalenud räägivad oma muljetest. Pärnu Keskraamatukogus töötasid Kohtla-Järve Keskraamatukogu töötajad Tatjana Agafonova ja Alla Rõtova ning vastuvõtjateks ja tugiisikuteks olid Lenna Eliste, Krista Visas ja Heinike Sinijärv. Lääne-Virumaa Keskraamatukogus olid Jõhvi Keskraamatukogu töötajad Natalja Jakovleva ja Tamara Saar, vastu võtsid Leigi Kütt ja Lea Lehtmets

  8. The emergence of the political voice of Syria’s civil society from within the non-violent movements of the Syrian uprising

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    2016-01-01

    In The Emergence of The Political Voice of Syria’s Civil Society from within the Non-violent Movements of the Syrian Uprising, Tamara Al-Om address one of the most important aspects and ironically least addressed, of the Syrian Uprising. As Al-Om points out in her article, we are far more tempted to focus on the sensational, i.e. war, than we are on the far less dramatic, i.e. a non-violent civil society movement. Further complicating the attempt to focus ion Syria’s civil society within the ...

  9. Period Determination of Asteroid Targets Observed at Hunters Hill Observatory: May 2009 - September 2010

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    Higgins, David

    2011-01-01

    Lightcurves for 27 asteroids were obtained at the Hunters Hill Observatory (HHO) from 2009 May through 2010 September: 308 Polyxo, 326 Tamara, 369 Aeria, 504 Cora, 822 Lalage, 1164 Kobolda, 1619 Ueta, 1625 The NORC, 1685 Toro, 2189 Zaragoza, 2287 Kalmykia, 2639 Planman, 3695 Fiaia, 4786 Tatianina, 5333 Kanaya, (5452) 1937 NN, 6170 Levasseur, 7741 Fedoseev, 14815 Rutberg, 15724 Zille, 16525 Shumarinaiko, (21996) 1993 XP31, (29729) 1999 BY1, (35404) 1997 YV5, (39087) 2000 VN50, (66146) 1998 TU3, and (101769) 1999 FF52.

  10. TRAC Innovative Visualization Techniques

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    2016-11-14

    5Benjamin Jotham Fry. “Computational information design”. PhD thesis . Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2004, p. 39. 6Ibid., p. 39. 7Tamara Munzner...central capacity limit to the simultaneous storage of visual and auditory arrays in working memory.” In: Journal of Experimental Psychology : General...GAT scores. 18 August 2016 TRAC Brief Template (AE Method) 2 1Q 2Q 3Q SpiritualService 4Q Rank Gender Spiritual LowVery Low High Initial Model Final

  11. Luuleaasta 1994 : parlamendi koosseis on selgunud / Barbi Pilvre

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    Pilvre, Barbi, 1963-

    1995-01-01

    Rannit, Aleksis. Nii näen sind ikka; Kangur, Kalju. Sõna sees olek; Traat, Mats. Koidu kätes; Rimmel, Rudolf. Setu netu; Suislepp, Harald. Köögertali kojutulek; Piir, Enno. Sunnitöölise Mekka; Üllaste, Leenart. Lind tormis; Hirv, Indrek. Taskuraamat (taskutähekerjus); Mirtem, Valev [Luhaäär, Ingvar]. Maithunad Eestis; Mirtem, Valev [Luhaäär, Ingvar]. Armuühtepühad; Mirtem, Valev [Luhaäär, Ingvar]. Tulevaas; Kurvits, Lembit. Matle laul; Lillemets, Enn. Olemise valge koer ehk Ingli kolju; Jessod, Mats [Jakobson, Mati]. Jah, luuletused; Jessod, Mats [Jakobson, Mati]. Ohjad Oti mäel; Jessod, Mats [Jakobson, Mati]. Poeetilisi prohmakaid; Ivar, Ivo. Riimiskid; Kilokalor, Kalle. Öösel näeb halvemini kui päeval; Trubetsky, Tõnu. Anarhia; Laanvee, Ervin. Jaa. Mina olen; Kuningas, Marko J. ...jääb USK, LOOTUS, ARMASTUS; Ruben, Arne. Ajakirjanik; Ollinovski, Jim [Ollino, Ott]. Luuletused; Toomik, Tõnu. 27 luuletust; Tosin, Ants. Õnnetähestik; Krüger, Urmas. Ka nii võib...; Kärner, Siim. Usseaid; Sikk, Heino. Võrokõstõlõ: poeem; Kollin, Viktor. Kodutunne; Alo, Ülo [Võsar, Ülo Alo]. Ööbikuvalgus; Sepp, Vello. Vigased pärlid; Palo, Wilhelm. Tuule-luuled; Soomets, Triin. Randmes unejanu; Soomets, Triin. Janu masinas; Ränik, Valeria. Ajast väljas; Kivi, Aita. Kalender-päevik Aita Kivi luuletustega; Maagemust, Maarika. Kaaludes kaldaid; Hiiussaar, Ann. Valgete uste taga; Kolkkanen, Imbi. Mina ja maailm; Mets, Neeme. Kesalill; Kolesnitshenko, Kaidi-Ly. Kaks silma; Kahro, Anne. Nälkjast!; Kabe, Aino. Tuulema mõtteriim. Raatma, Salme. Laululatern; Osila, Virve. Lootuse luiged; Isak, Asta. Valguse ja varjude vahel; Õunapuu, Meeli. Mööda teid ja radu

  12. Mercury emission monitoring on municipal waste combustion

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    Braun, H.; Gerig, A.

    1991-01-01

    In waste incineration, mercury is the only heavy metal to be released as a gas, mostly as mercury(II) chloride, because of its high volatility. Continuous emission monitoring is possible only when mercury occurs in its elemental form. This paper reports on various possibilities of converting Hg(II) into Hg(0) that has been studied and tested on a laboratory scale and in the TAMARA refuse incineration pilot facility. Continuous mercury emission measurement appears to be possible, provided mercury is converted in the flue gas condensate precipitated. The measuring results obtained on two municipal solid waste and on one sewage treatment sludge incineration plants show that the mercury monitor is a highly sensitive and selective continuously working instrument for mercury emission monitoring

  13. Co-sintering of treated APC-residues with bottom ash

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    Jensen, Dorthe Lærke; Bergfeldt, Britta; Vehlow, Jürgen

    2001-01-01

    the influence of co-sintering of Ferrox products with bottom ashes on the quality of the residues and the effects on the combustion process. Only few elements showed higher concentrations in the bottom ashes of these co-combustion tests compared to reference tests. No significant effect on the leaching......Air pollution control residues stabilised by means of the Ferrox process can be sager disposed of due to lower contents of soluble salts and lesssoluble heavy metals stabilised in iron oxides. Co-combustion tests in the Karlsruhe test incinerator TAMARA were carried out in order to investigate...... behaviour of the bottom ashes could be found. During the co-combustion process an increase in SO2 concentrations in the raw gas and slightly lower temperatures in the fuel bed could be observed....

  14. STS-96 Crew Training, Mission Animation, Crew Interviews, STARSHINE, Discovery Rollout and Repair of Hail Damage

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    1999-01-01

    Live footage shows the crewmembers of STS-96, Commander Kent V. Rominger, Pilot Rick D. Husband, Mission Specialists Ellen Ochoa, Tamara E. Jernigan, Daniel T. Barry, Julie Payette and Valery Ivanovich Tokarev during various training activities. Scenes include astronaut suit-up, EVA training in the Virtual Reality Lab, Orbiter space vision training, bailout training, and crew photo session. Footage also shows individual crew interviews, repair activities to the external fuel tank, and Discovery's return to the launch pad. The engineers are seen sanding, bending, and painting the foam used in repairing the tank. An animation of the deployment of the STARSHINE satellite, International Space Station, and the STS-96 Mission is presented. Footage shows the students from Edgar Allen Poe Middle School sanding, polishing, and inspecting the mirrors for the STARSHINE satellite. Live footage also includes students from St. Michael the Archangel School wearing bunny suits and entering the clean room at Goddard Space Flight Center.

  15. Reseñas

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    Heraclio Bonilla

    1998-01-01

    Full Text Available Tamara Estupiñan V., El mercado interno en laAudiencia de Quito. Quito, Banco central del Ecuador, 1997. / Kris Eugene Lane, "Mining in the Margins: Precious metals extraction and forced labor regimes in the audiencia of Quito, 1534-1821". Ph.D. dissertation, University of Minnesota, 2 vols. El año pasado Tarnara Estupiñan Viteri publicó un nuevo libro titulado El mercado  como tesis de Maestría en Historia Andina ante la Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO, sede Ecuador. Se trata de una investigación paciente, de varios años, en el marco del Departamento de Investigaciones Históricas del Museo del Banco Central del Ecuador, ya base de los Protocolos Notariales existentes en los archivos del Ecuador y España.

  16. Unraveling plant responses to bacterial pathogens through proteomics

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    Zimaro, Tamara

    2011-11-03

    Plant pathogenic bacteria cause diseases in important crops and seriously and negatively impact agricultural production. Therefore, an understanding of the mechanisms by which plants resist bacterial infection at the stage of the basal immune response or mount a successful specific R-dependent defense response is crucial since a better understanding of the biochemical and cellular mechanisms underlying these interactions will enable molecular and transgenic approaches to crops with increased biotic resistance. In recent years, proteomics has been used to gain in-depth understanding of many aspects of the host defense against pathogens and has allowed monitoring differences in abundance of proteins as well as posttranscriptional and posttranslational processes, protein activation/inactivation, and turnover. Proteomics also offers a window to study protein trafficking and routes of communication between organelles. Here, we summarize and discuss current progress in proteomics of the basal and specific host defense responses elicited by bacterial pathogens. Copyright 2011 Tamara Zimaro et al.

  17. Unraveling plant responses to bacterial pathogens through proteomics

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    Zimaro, Tamara; Gottig, Natalia; Garavaglia, Betiana S.; Gehring, Christoph A; Ottado, Jorgelina

    2011-01-01

    Plant pathogenic bacteria cause diseases in important crops and seriously and negatively impact agricultural production. Therefore, an understanding of the mechanisms by which plants resist bacterial infection at the stage of the basal immune response or mount a successful specific R-dependent defense response is crucial since a better understanding of the biochemical and cellular mechanisms underlying these interactions will enable molecular and transgenic approaches to crops with increased biotic resistance. In recent years, proteomics has been used to gain in-depth understanding of many aspects of the host defense against pathogens and has allowed monitoring differences in abundance of proteins as well as posttranscriptional and posttranslational processes, protein activation/inactivation, and turnover. Proteomics also offers a window to study protein trafficking and routes of communication between organelles. Here, we summarize and discuss current progress in proteomics of the basal and specific host defense responses elicited by bacterial pathogens. Copyright 2011 Tamara Zimaro et al.

  18. KfK Laboratory for Isotope Technology. Progress report on research and development activities in 1990

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    1991-03-01

    The R and D work done by the laboratory for isotope technology (LIT) in 1990 under the project of pollutant control in the environment, concentrated on thermal waste treatment processes, above all on the classical refuse incineration, for which closed-circuit pollutant balances were established, and process engineering studies were made aimed at reducing pollutants in waste gas. The central research facility of the LIT is the semi-technical pilot plant TAMARA (test plant for refuse incineration, waste gas purification, residue recycling, waste water treatment) with a throughput of 200 kg/hour of refuse. It was put into operation in 1986. The annex lists the publications by the LIT staff. (BBR) [de

  19. Increase of geomorphological risks in the urban space of Sarajevo as a consecuence of the process of suburbanisation and policies of neoliberalisation

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    Jordi Martín-Díaz

    2017-01-01

    Full Text Available In May 2014, the rainfall associated with the deep low pressure system called Tamara caused severe flooding and numerous landslides in the Western Balkans region, also reaching the city of Sarajevo (capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. In this episode hydrological and geomorphological hazards affecting a significant number of urban and suburban areas built in the Bosnian capital since the end of the war were evidenced. From an observational and ethnographic work carried out between 2010 and 2013 and operational support of GIS, this paper aims at highlighting the unsustainable direction of its built environment. This has been caused by the densification occurred in floodplain as well as the intense suburbanisation process of the slopes. Both processes are respectively produced by the international policies promoting a neoliberal urban development and the need of people refugeed in Sarajevo to stabilise their situation in the city after the war.

  20. O grotesco como estratégia de afirmação da produção pictórica feminina Grotesque as a strategy for affirmation in female pictorical production

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    Giulia Crippa

    2003-06-01

    Full Text Available Uma proposta de leitura de gênero da produção artística feminina durante a fase do Modernismo através de elementos comuns entre artistas como Tarsila do Amaral, Frida Kahlo, Tamara de Lempicka e Georgia O'Keeffe, apesar da dimensão individual de cada uma, a partir da categoria de grotesco em sua definição estética. O grotesco, em sua expressão histórica e de gênero, aparenta ser um aspecto da linguagem comum utilizada pelas mulheres, em uma definição de estratégia voltada para um reconhecimento perante a crítica e o mercado. Se, de um lado, a tradição visual e decorativa remete a um 'feminino idealizado', potencialmente esperado, por outro, o grotesco, como meio de quebrar a realidade que se pretende racional e coerente, associado historicamente aos movimentos anticlássicos, fornece uma abertura para uma expressão sexuada e anticonformista das artistas.A proposal of gender interpretation of female artistic production during the so called Modernism, based on common elements in Tarsila do Amaral's, Frida Kalho's, Tamara de Lempicka's and Georgia O'Keeffe's art works, without denying their individual dimension, built upon the esthetic definition of grotesque. Grotesque, in its gender and historical expression, seems to represent a face of the common language used by women, trying to meet a strategy in order to be recognized by critics and markets. Though, at one side, visual and decorative tradition set the "idealized feminine", on the other side grotesque, as a way of breaking reality as rational and coherent, historically related to anti-classic movement, offers an opening to a sexuated and non-conformist expression to female artists.

  1. La gestación en la cardiópata. Parte II. Caracterización clínica básica del perinato Pregnancy in the cardiac patient. Part II. Basic clinical characterization of the perinate

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    Abelardo Toirac Lamarque

    2012-10-01

    Full Text Available Se realizó una investigación longitudinal, prospectiva, de tipo casos y controles en el Hospital Ginecoobstétrico Docente "Tamara Bunke Bider" de Santiago de Cuba, durante 8 años, para medir el impacto que la afección cardíaca materna ha tenido sobre la salud, calidad de vida y sobrevida del perinato. Fueron agrupadas 113 gestantes con afecciones cardíacas (grupo de casos, identificadas de una población de 25 525 embarazadas atendidas en la institución durante este período de trabajo, y 226 no cardiópatas (grupo de control, seleccionadas en forma aleatoria entre las restantes grávidas, quienes a su vez crearon otras tantas unidades de estudio: fetos y recién nacidos. Las variables se evaluaron según clases establecidas y entre ellas figuraron: edad gestacional al diagnosticar la enfermedad y al parir, tipo de parto y puntaje de Apgar, sexo del producto de la concepción, peso y estado nutricional del recién nacido al nacimiento, morbilidad y mortalidad fetal y neonatal. En el análisis estadístico se estimó como criterio de significación el valor de p=0,05 y fueron comparados los indicadores de calidad. Finalmente, los autores consideraron como satisfactorios los resultados de la casuística.A longitudinal prospective case-control study was conducted in "Tamara Bunke Bider" Gyneco-Obstetric Teaching Hospital of Santiago de Cuba for 8 years to measure the impact of maternal heart disease on health, quality of life and survival of the perinate. Two groups were formed: 113 pregnant women with heart disease (case group identified from a population of 25 525 pregnant women attending the institution during this working period, and 226 no cardiac patients (control group, randomly selected from the remaining pregnant women, who in turn formed other study groups: fetuses and newborns. The variables were evaluated according to classes established and among them were gestational age at diagnosis of the disease and at delivery, type of

  2. The Researcher of the Medieval City of Juketau: T. A. Khlebnikova’s 85th Birth Anniversary

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    Nabiullin Nail G.

    2013-09-01

    Full Text Available The article is devoted to the scientific activity of Tamara Alexandrovna Khlebnikova (1928-2001, Candidate of Historical Sciences, a renowned expert in the field of Bulgar archaeology, who had played an important role in the study of the medieval Juketau city (the 10th to the 14th cc. on the Lower Kama conducted in the 1960-1970s. In the 1960s, T. A. Khlebnikova initiated exploratory studies of the fortified settlement site, and in 1970-1972 supervised the first scientific excavations on this site. The results made it possible to characterize the main stages in the city’s existence from its formation to destruction. Stratigraphically, two levels were identified: the pre-Mongol one dated to the second half of the 10th – first third of the 13th century (1236, and the Golden Horde level (second third of the 13th to the late 14th or early 15th cc.. It should be noted that the materials referring to the pre-Mongol time prevailed, which permitted to correct the views of Juketau being an exclusively Golden Horde city. In the 1990s, the studies of the Juketau fortified site have been resumed, supervised by F. Sh. Khuzin and N. G. Nabiullin, and basically confirmed the findings of T. A. Khlebnikova.

  3. Two Shuttle crews check equipment at SPACEHAB to be used on ISS Flights

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    1999-01-01

    At Astrotech in Titusville, Fla., members of two Shuttle crews get a close look at components of a Russian cargo crane, the Strela, to be mounted to the exterior of the Russian station segment on the International Space Station (ISS). At left are STS-96 Mission Specialist Daniel T. Barry and Pilot Rick Douglas Husband. At center, STS-96 Mission Specialist Tamara E. Jernigan gives her attention to a technician with DaimlerChrysler while STS-101 Mission Specialist Edward Tsang Lu looks on. Both missions include the SPACEHAB Double Module, carrying internal and resupply cargo for Station outfitting. For the first time, STS-96 will include an Integrated Cargo Carrier (ICC) that will carry the Strela; the SPACEHAB Oceaneering Space System Box (SHOSS), which is a logistics items carrier; and a U.S.-built crane (ORU Transfer Device, or OTD) that will be stowed on the station for use during future ISS assembly missions. The ICC can carry up to 6,000 lb of unpressurized payload. It was built for SPACEHAB by DaimlerChrysler and RSC Energia of Korolev, Russia. STS-96 is targeted for launch on May 24 from Launch Pad 39B. STS-101 is scheduled to launch in early December 1999.

  4. РУССКИЕ МАСТЕРА БАЛЕТА НА БЕЛГРАДСКОЙ СЦЕНЕ В XX – НАЧАЛЕ XXI ВВ.

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    Viktor Ivanovich Kosik

    2017-02-01

    Full Text Available The main goal of the article is to outline significant contribution to the history of Belgrade ballet of those Russian dancers who came to the Kingdom of Serbia after leaving Russia in 1917, and to monitor the contribution of the next generations of Russian masters who came to Belgrade, the capital of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, later the Socialistic Federative Republic of Yugoslavia. They have invested a lot of their effort, talent, and time, laid the foundations and provided very fast development of Belgrade ballet so that it caught up step with European ballet scene. The article, based on numerous sources and literature, including unpublished memoirs, confirmed that dancers who came after Bolshevik revolution contributed to the establishment of the national ballet center at the Belgrade National Theater and the ballet school where the first dancers of the Serbian origin were formed under the tutelage of Elena Poljakova, Nina Kirsanova, Xenia Grundt-Dumet. Celebrated ballerinas Anna Pavlova and Tamara Karsavina performed at the Belgrade stage in the twenties of the last century. In addition, unlike previously common approaches to this subject limited to the role and activity of the Russian emigration in the interwar period, the article is extended from the period during and after the Second World War to the present days. Accordingly, the paper includes the renowned Soviet masters such as Leonid Lavrovsky, Maya Plisetskaya, Natalia Dudinskaya, and those who have played important role in the contemporary ballet life in Serbia, to name Hmela, Pilipenko, Kasatkin, Logunov, and Kostjukov.

  5. O grotesco como estratégia de afirmação da produção pictórica feminina

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    Giulia Crippa

    2003-01-01

    Full Text Available http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/S0104-026X2003000100007 Uma proposta de leitura de gênero da produção artística feminina durante a fase do Modernismo através de elementos comuns entre artistas como Tarsila do Amaral, Frida Kahlo, Tamara de Lempicka e Georgia O’Keeffe, apesar da dimensão individual de cada uma, a partir da categoria de grotesco em sua definição estética. O grotesco, em sua expressão histórica e de gênero, aparenta ser um aspecto da linguagem comum utilizada pelas mulheres, em uma definição de estratégia voltada para um reconhecimento perante a crítica e o mercado. Se, de um lado, a tradição visual e decorativa remete a um ‘feminino idealizado’, potencialmente esperado, por outro, o grotesco, como meio de quebrar a realidade que se pretende racional e coerente, associado historicamente aos movimentos anticlássicos, fornece uma abertura para uma expressão sexuada e anticonformista das artistas.

  6. The U.S. Department of Energy Office of Indian Energy Policy and Programs Las Vegas, Nevada, Roundtable Summary

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    LAS VEGAS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The Las Vegas, Nevada DOE Tribal Roundtable convened on March 16th, at the Las Vegas Hilton. The meeting was hosted by the Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Indian Policy and Programs (DOE Office of Indian Energy) and facilitated by JR Bluehouse, Program Manager, Udall Foundation’s U.S. Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution (U.S. Institute). Mr. Bluehouse was assisted by Tamara, Underwood, Program Assistant, U.S. Institute.  Tribal leaders and representatives from multiple tribal governments and communities attended the roundtable. Tracey LeBeau, newly appointed Director of the Office of Indian Energy attended.    LaMont Jackson from DOE’s Office of Electricity attended. Also attending from the administration and federal agencies were Kim Teehee, Senior Policy Advisor for Native American Affairs, The White House; Charlie Galbraith, Associate Director of the Office of Public Engagement and Deputy Associate Director of the Office of Intergovernmental Affairs, The White House; Jodi Gillette, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Policy and Economic Development, the Bureau of Indian Affairs.

  7. In memoriam 2003

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    Maailmas: Lynn Chadwick (24. XI 1914-25. IV), Eila Hiltunen (22. XI 1922-10. X), Leni Riefenstahl (22. VIII 1902-8. IX); Eesti: Paul Allik (23. XII 1946-14. XII), Tiiu Aru (14. X 1938-4. XII), Olga Bruns (19. III 1929-21. XII), Paula Delacherie-Ilves (7. IV 1903-2. IX), Tamara Ditman (9. VIII 1945-4. VIII), Ole Ehelaid (1. V 1913-2. IX), Mart-Ivo Eller (24. VII 1936-18. XI), Ene Falkenberg (2. XI 1914-10. III), Valve Janov (31. I 1921-18. IX), Aino Järvesoo (23. IX 1910-2. II), Lea Jürisson (31. X 1927-30. VIII), Ella Külv (1. XI 1921-31. VII), Tõnis Liik (1. XI 1923-25. I), Ella Loodma (27. II 1926-9. VI), Külli Muna (17. I 1960-8. I), Maire Männik (1. IV 1922-5. IX), Aleksei Paivel (30. III 1929-15. IX), Aino Põldra (1. VIII 1923-5. III), Made Põlluaas (13. VI 1929-15. X), Aleksander Suuman (25. IV 1927-19. VI), Walter Zapp (4. IX 1905-17. VII), Andres Tambek (7. VII 1952-12. V), Isi Trapido (27. IX 1921-28. XI), Ants Erik Vomm (4. VI 1931-11. VIII)

  8. Pramlintide in the management of insulin-using patients with type 2 and type 1 diabetes

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    John Pullman

    2006-09-01

    Full Text Available John Pullman1, Tamara Darsow2, Juan P Frias21Mercury Street Medical Group, Butte, MT, USA; 2Amylin Pharmaceuticals Inc., 9520 Towne Centre Drive, San Diego, CA, USAAbstract: In patients with diabetes, dysregulation of multiple glucoregulatory hormones results in chronic hyperglycemia and an array of associated microvascular and macrovascular complications. Optimization of glycemic control, both overall (glycosylated hemoglobin [A1C] and in the postprandial period, may reduce the risk of long-term vascular complications. However, despite significant recent therapeutic advances, most patients with diabetes are unable to attain and/or maintain normal or near-normal glycemia with insulin therapy alone. Pramlintide, an analog of amylin, is the first in a new class of pharmaceutical agents and is indicated as an adjunct to mealtime insulin for the treatment of patients with type 1 and type 2 diabetes. By mimicking the actions of the naturally occurring hormone amylin, pramlintide complements insulin by regulating the appearance of glucose into the circulation after meals via three primary mechanisms of action: slowing gastric emptying, suppressing inappropriate post-meal glucagon secretion, and increasing satiety. In long-term clinical trials, adjunctive pramlintide treatment resulted in improved postprandial glucose control and significantly reduced A1C and body weight compared with insulin alone. The combination of insulin and pramlintide may provide a more physiologically balanced approach to managing diabetes. Keywords: diabetes, pramlintide, postprandial glucose, insulin, A1C, weight

  9. La gestación en la cardiópata. Parte I. Caracterización clínica y epidemiológica: aspectos básicos Pregnancy in the cardiac patient. Part I. Clinical and epidemiological characterization: the basics

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    Abelardo Toirac Lamarque

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    Full Text Available Se realizó un estudio longitudinal y prospectivo, de casos y controles en el Hospital Ginecoobstétrico Docente "Tamara Bunke Bider" de Santiago de Cuba, durante un período de 8 años, con vistas a caracterizar a la gestante, parturienta y puérpera con alguna enfermedad cardíaca para lograr una asistencia médica diferenciada, ajustada a un protocolo de atención integral e interdisciplinario, diseñado a partir de experiencias previas logradas en otras pacientes con alto riesgo. Se agruparon 113 gestantes con diagnóstico clínico y confirmación paraclínica de afección cardíaca (casos y 226 seleccionadas (controles de un total de 25 412 embarazadas no cardiópatas. La clasificación se efectuó por medio de los criterios anatómicos de Carreras-Macías, la evaluación funcional de la Asociación de Cardiología de New York, los niveles de riesgo de muerte cardiológica de Clark y, finalmente, las categorías-tipo planteadas por este grupo de trabajo a tal fin. Los resultados han sido indudablemente satisfactorios y estimulantes, con un tratamiento integrado obstétrico-perinatológico, ya referido, y la asistencia cardiológica y cardioquirúrgica necesaria, ofrecida por el Cardiocentro del Hospital Provincial Docente Clinicoquirúrgico "Saturnino Lora Torres" de esta provincia.A longitudinal and prospective case-control study was carried out in "Tamara Bunke Bider" Gyneco-obstetric Teaching Hospital of Santiago de Cuba, during a period of 8 years, in order to characterize the pregnant woman or puerpera with some heart disease to achieve a differentiated care, adjusted to an interdisciplinary and comprehensive care protocol, designed from previous experience gained in other patients with high risk. One hundred and thirteen pregnant women with clinical diagnosis and paraclinical confirmation of heart disease (cases were divided into groups and 226 (control were selected from a total of 25 412 no cardiac pregnant women. The classification

  10. Catálogo taxonómico-geográfico de los coleópteros de la familia Meloidae de México

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    García-París, M.

    2007-12-01

    Full Text Available A comprehensive taxonomic catalogue of the Mexican representatives of the family Meloidae is presented. The catalogue includes a revised synonymical list including type localities and published geographical records for all known species. The Mexican Fauna of Meloidae currently includes 255 extant species, plus one only known from the fossil record, arranged in 21 genera within the subfamilies Meloinae, Nemognathinae and Tetraonycinae. The last comprehensive catalogue published (Blackwelder, 1945 recorded the presence of 160 species of Meloidae in México, almost 100 species less than the current known number. However the current number of species seems to be far below the actual number, since many species widely distributed along the northern border, within the United States, are likely to be found also in Mexico. Regarding taxonomic and nomenclatural changes, in this catalogue we propose the use of the names Epicauta dugesi Werner, 1957 and Tegrodera erosa extincta Beauregard, 1890; we propose three new synonymies for Nemognatha chrysomeloides (Linnaeus, 1763 (N. atra Beauregard, 1890; N. pallidicollis Beauregard, 1890 and N. violacea Beauregard, 1890 and one for E. dugesi (Epicauta tamara Adams & Selander, 1979; we designate lectotype for Lytta koltzei var. minor Haag-Rutenberg, 1880 with the goal of resolving the taxonomic problem generated by the previous invalid designation of lectotype for L. k. var. cyanescens; and finally we consider Cissites maculata (Swederus, 1787 and Tetraonyx (Tetraonyx bimaculatus (Klug, 1825 as species to be possibly excluded from the Mexican checklist.

    Se presenta un catálogo taxonómico de los representantes mexicanos de la familia Meloidae que incluye un listado revisado de sinonimias, localidades típicas y registros geográficos publicados de cada una de las especies. La fauna mexicana incluye en la actualidad 255

  11. Preface: International Reference Ionosphere - Progress in Ionospheric Modelling

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    Bilitza Dieter; Reinisch, Bodo

    2010-01-01

    The international reference ionosphere (lRI) is the internationally recommended empirical model for the specification of ionospheric parameters supported by the Committee on Space Research (COSPAR) and the International Union of Radio Science (URSI) and recognized by the International Standardization Organization (ISO). IRI is being continually improved by a team of international experts as new data become available and better models are being developed. This issue chronicles the latest phase of model updates as reported during two IRI-related meetings. The first was a special session during the Scientific Assembly of the Committee of Space Research (COSPAR) in Montreal, Canada in July 2008 and the second was an IRI Task Force Activity at the US Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs in May 2009. This work led to several improvements and additions of the model which will be included in the next version, IRI-201O. The issue is divided into three sections focusing on the improvements made in the topside ionosphere, the F-peak, and the lower ionosphere, respectively. This issue would not have been possible without the reviewing efforts of many individuals. Each paper was reviewed by two referees. We thankfully acknowledge the contribution to this issue made by the following reviewers: Jacob Adeniyi, David Altadill, Eduardo Araujo, Feza Arikan, Dieter Bilitza, Jilijana Cander, Bela Fejer, Tamara Gulyaeva, Manuel Hermindez-Pajares, Ivan Kutiev, John MacDougal, Leo McNamara, Bruno Nava, Olivier Obrou, Elijah Oyeyemi, Vadym Paznukhov, Bodo Reinisch, John Retterer, Phil Richards, Gary Sales, J.H. Sastri, Ludger Scherliess, Iwona Stanislavska, Stamir Stankov, Shin-Yi Su, Manlian Zhang, Y ongliang Zhang, and Irina Zakharenkova. We are grateful to Peggy Ann Shea for her final review and guidance as the editor-in-chief for special issues of Advances in Space Research. We thank the authors for their timely submission and their quick response to the reviewer comments and humbly

  12. Prototype Development: Context-Driven Dynamic XML Ophthalmologic Data Capture Application.

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    Peissig, Peggy; Schwei, Kelsey M; Kadolph, Christopher; Finamore, Joseph; Cancel, Efrain; McCarty, Catherine A; Okorie, Asha; Thomas, Kate L; Allen Pacheco, Jennifer; Pathak, Jyotishman; Ellis, Stephen B; Denny, Joshua C; Rasmussen, Luke V; Tromp, Gerard; Williams, Marc S; Vrabec, Tamara R; Brilliant, Murray H

    2017-09-13

    The capture and integration of structured ophthalmologic data into electronic health records (EHRs) has historically been a challenge. However, the importance of this activity for patient care and research is critical. The purpose of this study was to develop a prototype of a context-driven dynamic extensible markup language (XML) ophthalmologic data capture application for research and clinical care that could be easily integrated into an EHR system. Stakeholders in the medical, research, and informatics fields were interviewed and surveyed to determine data and system requirements for ophthalmologic data capture. On the basis of these requirements, an ophthalmology data capture application was developed to collect and store discrete data elements with important graphical information. The context-driven data entry application supports several features, including ink-over drawing capability for documenting eye abnormalities, context-based Web controls that guide data entry based on preestablished dependencies, and an adaptable database or XML schema that stores Web form specifications and allows for immediate changes in form layout or content. The application utilizes Web services to enable data integration with a variety of EHRs for retrieval and storage of patient data. This paper describes the development process used to create a context-driven dynamic XML data capture application for optometry and ophthalmology. The list of ophthalmologic data elements identified as important for care and research can be used as a baseline list for future ophthalmologic data collection activities. ©Peggy Peissig, Kelsey M Schwei, Christopher Kadolph, Joseph Finamore, Efrain Cancel, Catherine A McCarty, Asha Okorie, Kate L Thomas, Jennifer Allen Pacheco, Jyotishman Pathak, Stephen B Ellis, Joshua C Denny, Luke V Rasmussen, Gerard Tromp, Marc S Williams, Tamara R Vrabec, Murray H Brilliant. Originally published in JMIR Medical Informatics (http://medinform.jmir.org), 13.09.2017.

  13. WOMAN'S NAMES IN PSYCHOLOGY: MARIA RICKERS-OVSIANKINA

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    D. V. Zharova

    2018-01-01

    Full Text Available Introduction: the study of biographies and bibliographies of scientists who emigrated from Russia allows us to more objectively assess scale of losses of domestic psychological scientific community caused by emigration of scientists after social upheavals (the revolution of 1917 and the Civil War that followed them at beginning of the 20th century. This article calls for recalling that contribution of women to psychological science is not yet sufficiently understood. In this article, we tried to restore the biography of MA. Rikers-Ovsiankina, briefly describe the directions of her research, and, thus, supplement information about her in Russian-language sources.Materials and methods: the following research methods were used in the work: historical-genetic, historical-functional, biographical, method of systematization of scientific ideas of the researcher in question.Results: more complete data of autobiography and bibliography of one of Russian women psychologists who emigrated from Russia in the first half of the 20th century were recovered in article. Maria Rickers-Ovsiankina (1898-1993 - psychologist, student of Kurt Levin, author of scientific works on the problem of unfinished actions, psychodiagnostics by  method of ink spots of Rorschach, studies of socio-psychological problems, emigrated from Vladivostok to Berlin, and in 1931 in the USA, where with Tamara Dembo and Yevgenia Hanfmann, they formed a stable professional psychological community.Discussion and Conclusions: the data on biography and scientific heritage of Maria Rickers-Ovsiankina presented in article allow to reveal features of formation of women in psychology, referring to historical aspects that help to understand situation with women psychologists, and, in addition, to clarify the situation of women scientists, including Russian emigrants, in science and assess their contribution to the development of psychological knowledge.

  14. Induction of cell death in a glioblastoma line by hyperthermic therapy based on gold nanorods

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    Fernandez Cabada T

    2012-03-01

    Full Text Available Tamara Fernandez Cabada1,2,*, Cristina Sanchez Lopez de Pablo1,3,*, Alberto Martinez Serrano2, Francisco del Pozo Guerrero1,3, Jose Javier Serrano Olmedo1,3,*, Milagros Ramos Gomez1–3,* 1Centre for Biomedical Technology, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Madrid, Spain; 2Centre for Molecular Biology, "Severo Ochoa" Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Madrid, Spain; 3Biomedical Research Networking Center in Bioengineering Biomaterials and Nanomedicine (CIBER-bbn, Zaragoza, Spain.*These authors contributed equally to this workBackground: Metallic nanorods are promising agents for a wide range of biomedical applications. In this study, we developed an optical hyperthermia method capable of inducing in vitro death of glioblastoma cells.Methods: The procedure used was based on irradiation of gold nanorods with a continuous wave laser. This kind of nanoparticle converts absorbed light into localized heat within a short period of time due to the surface plasmon resonance effect. The effectiveness of the method was determined by measuring changes in cell viability after laser irradiation of glioblastoma cells in the presence of gold nanorods.Results: Laser irradiation in the presence of gold nanorods induced a significant decrease in cell viability, while no decrease in cell viability was observed with laser irradiation or incubation with gold nanorods alone. The mechanism of cell death mediated by gold nanorods during photothermal ablation was analyzed, indicating that treatment compromised the integrity of the cell membrane instead of initiating the process of programmed cell death.Conclusion: The use of gold nanorods in hyperthermal therapies is very effective in eliminating glioblastoma cells, and therefore represents an important area of research for therapeutic development.Keywords: laser irradiation, photothermal therapy, surface plasmon resonance, cancer

  15. Reliability of Self-Reported Mobile Phone Ownership in Rural North-Central Nigeria: Cross-Sectional Study.

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    Menson, William Nii Ayitey; Olawepo, John Olajide; Bruno, Tamara; Gbadamosi, Semiu Olatunde; Nalda, Nannim Fazing; Anyebe, Victor; Ogidi, Amaka; Onoka, Chima; Oko, John Okpanachi; Ezeanolue, Echezona Edozie

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    mHealth practitioners seek to leverage the ubiquity of the mobile phone to increase the impact and robustness of their interventions, particularly in resource-limited settings. However, data on the reliability of self-reported mobile phone access is minimal. We sought to ascertain the reliability of self-reported ownership of and access to mobile phones among a population of rural dwellers in north-central Nigeria. We contacted participants in a community-based HIV testing program by phone to determine actual as opposed to self-reported mobile phone access. A phone script was designed to conduct these calls and descriptive analyses conducted on the findings. We dialed 349 numbers: 110 (31.5%) were answered by participants who self-reported ownership of the mobile phone; 123 (35.2%) of the phone numbers did not ring at all; 28 (8.0%) rang but were not answered; and 88 (25.2%) were answered by someone other than the participant. We reached a higher proportion of male participants (68/133, 51.1%) than female participants (42/216, 19.4%; Pphones in rural and low-income areas in north-central Nigeria is higher than actual access. This has implications for mHealth programming, particularly for women's health. mHealth program implementers and researchers need to be cognizant of the low reliability of self-reported mobile phone access. These observations should therefore affect sample-size calculations and, where possible, alternative means of reaching research participants and program beneficiaries should be established. ©William Nii Ayitey Menson, John Olajide Olawepo, Tamara Bruno, Semiu Olatunde Gbadamosi, Nannim Fazing Nalda, Victor Anyebe, Amaka Ogidi, Chima Onoka, John Okpanachi Oko, Echezona Edozie Ezeanolue. Originally published in JMIR Mhealth and Uhealth (http://mhealth.jmir.org), 01.03.2018.

  16. Thermal treatment of stabilized air pollution control residues in a waste incinerator pilot plant. Part 2: Leaching characteristics of bottom ashes.

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    Baun, Dorthe L; Christensen, Thomas H; Bergfeldt, Brita; Vehlow, Jürgen; Mogensen, Erhardt P B

    2004-02-01

    With the perspective of generating only one solid residue from waste incineration, co-feeding of municipal solid waste and air pollution control residues stabilized by the Ferrox process was investigated in the TAMARA pilot plant incinerator as described in Bergfeldt et al. (Waste Management Research, 22, 49-57, 2004). This paper reports on leaching from the combined bottom ashes. Batch leaching test, pH-static leaching tests, availability tests and column leaching tests were used to characterize the leaching properties. The leaching properties are key information in the context of reuse in construction or in landfilling of the combined residue. In general, the combined bottom ashes had leaching characteristics similar to the reference bottom ash, which contained no APC residue. However, As and Pb showed slightly elevated leaching from the combined bottom ashes, while Cr showed less leaching. The investigated combined bottom ashes had contents of metals comparable to what is expected at steady state after continuous co-feeding of APC residues. Only Cd and Pb were partly volatilized (30-40%) during the incineration process and thus the combined bottom ashes had lower contents of Cd and Pb than expected at steady state. Furthermore, a major loss of Hg was, not surprisingly, seen and co-feeding of Ferrox-products together with municipal solid waste will require dedicated removal of Hg in the flue gas to prevent a build up of Hg in the system. In spite of this, a combined single solid residue from waste incineration seems to be a significant environmental improvement to current technology.

  17. Virtual existence in contemporary Serbian novel

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    Gordić-Petković Vladislava S.

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    Full Text Available The paper sets out to explore the perspectives and strategies of virtual existence in contemporary Serbian novel in order to illustrate radical changes in the concept of reality and writers' concern with the fidelity to experience. A new surge of the so-called digital realism emerges simultaneously with the increase of awareness that the line between our digital selves and our real-world selves has become blurred and difficult to explain, while new technologies are required to go beyond what our human senses can encompass and deliver. The fictional realism of the digital age will also commit itself to young or middle-aged individuals that passionately attempt to define their aims and objectives so that they could fit into a newly constructed and acquired concept of reality. This is the case with the protagonists in the novels by Ivančica Đerić, Tamara Jecić and Aleksandar Ilić, all of them questioning both their offline and online identities. Their everyday life in a postmillennial world includes many intersecting empirical and virtual realities: love, career and sex take place in a dimension which ignores geography and physical distance and ultimately alters the concepts of time and space, as well the concepts of privacy and intimacy. The paper intends to examine the ways new digital technologies contribute to representations of reality in the novels of both accomplished and aspiring authors whose novels deal with ways of life amid social networks. The novels we analyzed show that the distinction between the virtual and the real world narrows, as the narratives range from intimate confession in letters and journals to tweets, notes and statuses, introducing verbal and structural experimental practices which involve shifting points of view.

  18. Galvanizing medical students in the administration of influenza vaccines: the Stanford Flu Crew

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    Full Text Available Rachel E Rizal,1,* Rishi P Mediratta,1,* James Xie,1 Swetha Kambhampati,1 Kelsey Hills-Evans,1 Tamara Montacute,1 Michael Zhang,1 Catherine Zaw,2 Jimmy He,2 Magali Sanchez,2 Lauren Pischel1 1Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA, USA; 2Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA *These authors contributed equally to this work Abstract: Many national organizations call for medical students to receive more public health education in medical school. Nonetheless, limited evidence exists about successful service-learning programs that administer preventive health services in nonclinical settings. The Flu Crew program, started in 2001 at the Stanford University School of Medicine, provides preclinical medical students with opportunities to administer influenza immunizations in the local community. Medical students consider Flu Crew to be an important part of their medical education that cannot be learned in the classroom. Through delivering vaccines to where people live, eat, work, and pray, Flu Crew teaches medical students about patient care, preventive medicine, and population health needs. Additionally, Flu Crew allows students to work with several partners in the community in order to understand how various stakeholders improve the delivery of population health services. Flu Crew teaches students how to address common vaccination myths and provides insights into implementing public health interventions. This article describes the Stanford Flu Crew curriculum, outlines the planning needed to organize immunization events, shares findings from medical students' attitudes about population health, highlights the program’s outcomes, and summarizes the lessons learned. This article suggests that Flu Crew is an example of one viable service-learning modality that supports influenza vaccinations in nonclinical settings while simultaneously benefiting future clinicians. Keywords: immunizations, vaccine delivery, vaccinations 

  19. DRIHM Project: Floods in Serbia in May 2014

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    Ivkovic, Marija; Dimitrijevic, Vladimir; Dekic, Ljiljana; Mihalovic, Ana; Pejanovic, Goran

    2015-04-01

    The central parts of Balkans were affected with very deep cyclone named "Tamara" form 13th until 16th of May. Stations in western parts of Serbia recorded precipitation four times greater than average precipitation sums. Two third of that amount has felt in three days. Devastating floods occurred on Sava, Kolubara and Jadar river basins causing damage of 1.7 billion Euros, and loss of 24 human lives. Three days before the event, a first warning was issued pointing that the precipitation amounts will exceed 40 mm of rain for 12 hours, accompanied with the hydrological information that the water level on Sava and Kolubara rivers will significantly rise. Within the DRIHM project and its e-infrastructure it was possible to test a combination of different Numerical Weather Prediction models together with stochastic downscaling algorithms to enable the production of more effective quantitative rainfall predictions for this severe meteorological event. Hydrometeorological models in DRIHM are building blocks that can be easily linked together in a form of hydrometeorological chain. For this case the HBV model, distributed hydrological model, was used as the hydrological component in the model chain and RainFARM as stochastic downscaling tool. Results obtained with these models are shown and compared with Hyprom, one of the hydrological models also used in RHMSS with the aim of scoping the current capabilities for the early warning of the extreme events. The information where and when the High Impact Weather Event (HIWE) can occur is very important for the proper overview of the possible overall influence. Different precipitation distribution both in space and in time is allowing us to estimate the future state of the system but also to see the range of the possible outcomes.

  20. Australians with osteoarthritis: satisfaction with health care providers and the perceived helpfulness of treatments and information sources

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    Full Text Available Martin Basedow,1 Peter Hibbert,1 Tamara Hooper,1 William Runciman,1 Adrian Esterman,2 1School of Psychology, Social Work and Social Policy, 2School of Nursing and Midwifery, University of South Australia, Adelaide, SA, Australia Objective: The aim of this study was to evaluate the satisfaction of Australian patients who suffer from osteoarthritis (OA with their health care providers and the perceived helpfulness of treatments and information sources. Methods: A self-administered questionnaire was conducted with a sample of 560 Australian patients who suffer from OA with questions about satisfaction with health care providers and the helpfulness of different treatment options and information sources. Logistic regression models were used to assess potential predictors of satisfaction. Thematic analysis was undertaken for attitudinal factors associated with satisfaction. Results: A total of 435 participants returned questionnaires (response rate 78%. Most respondents were highly satisfied with the care provided by their general practitioner (GP (84%, communication with their GP (88%, time spent with their GP (84%, and their ability to talk freely with their GP about their medical problem (93%, but less satisfied with their ability to talk freely about associated emotional problems (77%. Satisfaction with pharmacists (80%, rheumatologists (76%, and orthopedic surgeons (72% was high. Joint replacement surgery (91%, prescription anti-inflammatory medications (66%, aids and assistive devices (65%, intra-articular injections (63%, and prescription painkiller medications (62% were perceived as effective treatments. Less highly rated treatments were exercise (48%, physiotherapy (43%, and complementary medicines (29%. A majority of patients were satisfied with the information to manage their OA (65%. From the multivariable logistic regression analysis, four GP satisfaction factors were found to be predictors of overall satisfaction with GP care: the amount

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    Full Text Available Maximilian C. Forte; Ruins of Absence, Presence of Caribs: (PostColonial Representations of Aboriginality in Trinidad and Tobago (Neil L. Whitehead Nick Nesbitt; Voicing Memory: History and Subjectivity in French Caribbean Literature (H. Adlai Murdoch Camilla Stevens; Family and Identity in Contemporary Cuban and Puerto Rican Drama (Lydia Platón Jonathan Goldberg; Tempest in the Caribbean (Jerry Brotton Michael Chanan; Cuban Cinema (Tamara L. Falicov Gemma Tang Nain, Barbara Bailey (eds.; Gender Equality in the Caribbean: Reality or Illusion (A. Lynn Bolles Ernesto Sagás, Sintia E. Molina (eds.; Dominican Migration: Transnational Perspectives (Rosemary Polanco Christine M. Du Bois; Images of West Indian Immigrants in Mass Media: The Struggle for a Positive Ethnic Reputation (Dwaine Plaza Luis Raúl Cámara Fuertes; The Phenomenon of Puerto Rican Voting (Annabelle Conroy Philip Gould; Barbaric Traffic: Commerce and Antislavery in the Eighteenth-Century Atlantic World (William A. Pettigrew Laurent Dubois; Avengers of the New World: The Story of the Haitian Revolution (Yvonne Fabella Sibylle Fischer; Modernity Disavowed: Haiti and the Cultures of Slavery in the Age of Revolution (Ashli White Philip D. Morgan, Sean Hawkins (eds.; Black Experience and the British Empire (James Walvin Richard Smith; Jamaican Volunteers in the First World War: Race, Masculinity and the Development of National Consciousness (Linden Lewis Muriel McAvoy; Sugar Baron: Manuel Rionda and the Fortunes of Pre-Castro Cuba (Richard Sicotte Ned Sublette; Cuba and Its Music: From the First Drums to the Mambo (Pedro Pérez Sarduy Frances Negrón-Muntaner; Boricua Pop: Puerto Ricans and the Latinization of American Culture (Halbert Barton Gordon Rohlehr; A Scuffling of Islands: Essays on Calypso (Stephen Stuempfle Shannon Dudley; Carnival Music in Trinidad: Experiencing Music, Expressing Culture (Donald R. Hill Jean

  2. Sleep disturbances in women with polycystic ovary syndrome: prevalence, pathophysiology, impact and management strategies

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    Fernandez RC

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    Full Text Available Renae C Fernandez,1–3 Vivienne M Moore,1,3,4 Emer M Van Ryswyk,5 Tamara J Varcoe,1,2 Raymond J Rodgers,1,2 Wendy A March,1,3 Lisa J Moran,1,6 Jodie C Avery,1,2 R Doug McEvoy,5,7 Michael J Davies1,2 1The University of Adelaide, Robinson Research Institute, Adelaide, SA, Australia; 2The University of Adelaide, Adelaide Medical School, Adelaide, SA, Australia; 3The University of Adelaide, School of Public Health, Adelaide, SA, Australia; 4The University of Adelaide, Fay Gale Centre for Research on Gender, Adelaide, SA, Australia; 5Adelaide Institute for Sleep Health, Flinders Centre for Research Excellence, Flinders University of South Australia, Bedford Park, SA, Australia; 6Monash Centre for Health Research Implementation, School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Monash University, Melbourne, Vic, Australia; 7Adelaide Sleep Health, Southern Adelaide Local Health Network, Repatriation General Hospital, Daw Park, SA, Australia Abstract: Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS is a complex endocrine disorder affecting the reproductive, metabolic and psychological health of women. Clinic-based studies indicate that sleep disturbances and disorders including obstructive sleep apnea and excessive daytime sleepiness occur more frequently among women with PCOS compared to comparison groups without the syndrome. Evidence from the few available population-based studies is supportive. Women with PCOS tend to be overweight/obese, but this only partly accounts for their sleep problems as associations are generally upheld after adjustment for body mass index; sleep problems also occur in women with PCOS of normal weight. There are several, possibly bidirectional, pathways through which PCOS is associated with sleep disturbances. The pathophysiology of PCOS involves hyperandrogenemia, a form of insulin resistance unique to affected women, and possible changes in cortisol and melatonin secretion, arguably reflecting altered hypothalamic

  3. The epidemiology of acne vulgaris in late adolescence

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    Lynn DD

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available Darren D Lynn,1 Tamara Umari,1 Cory A Dunnick,2,3 Robert P Dellavalle2–4 1Department of Dermatology, University of Colorado School of Medicine, 2Department of Dermatology, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Aurora, 3Dermatology Service, US Department of Veterans Affairs, Eastern Colorado Health Care System, Denver, 4Department of Epidemiology, Colorado School of Public Health, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Aurora, CO, USA Importance: Acne vulgaris is the most common skin condition affecting late adolescents across the globe. Although prior studies have evaluated epidemiologic patterns of acne vulgaris in various ethnicities and regions, adequate understanding of the worldwide burden of the disease associated with patients in their late adolescence (15–19-year olds remains lacking. Objective: To assess the global burden of the disease associated with acne vulgaris for late adolescents (15–19-year olds and provide an overview of the epidemiology, pathophysiology, and treatment options for acne in this population. Design: Database summary study. Setting: Global Burden of Disease Study 2010 database. Participants: Global Burden of Disease regions comprised countries with prevalence of acne vulgaris between the ages of 15 and 19 years. Main outcomes and measures: Geographic region-level disability-adjusted life year rates (per 100,000 persons associated with acne vulgaris in years 1990 through 2010. Median percentage change in disability-adjusted life year rates was estimated for each region across the specified study period. Conclusion and relevance: Acne vulgaris-associated disease burden exhibits global distribution and has continued to grow in prevalence over time within this population. This continued growth suggests an unmet dermatologic need worldwide for this disorder and potential opportunities for improved access and delivery of dermatologic care. Our analysis of the literature reveals numerous

  4. Modulation of expression of the nuclear receptor NR0B2 (small heterodimer partner 1 and its impact on proliferation of renal carcinoma cells

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    Prestin K

    2016-08-01

    Full Text Available Katharina Prestin,1,* Maria Olbert,2,* Janine Hussner,1 Tamara L Isenegger,1 Daniel G Gliesche,1 Kerstin Böttcher,2 Uwe Zimmermann,3 Henriette E Meyer zu Schwabedissen1 1Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Biopharmacy, University of Basel, Basel, Switzerland; 2Center of Drug Absorption and Transport, Institute of Pharmacology, 3Department of Urology, University Medicine Greifswald, Greifswald, Germany *These authors contributed equally to this work Abstract: Mammalian nuclear receptors (NRs are transcription factors regulating the expression of target genes that play an important role in drug metabolism, transport, and cellular signaling pathways. The orphan and structurally unique receptor small heterodimer partner 1 (syn NR0B2 is not only known for its modulation of drug response, but has also been reported to be involved in hepatocellular carcinogenesis. Indeed, previous studies show that NR0B2 is downregulated in human hepatocellular carcinoma, suggesting that NR0B2 acts as a tumor suppressor via inhibition of cellular growth and activation of apoptosis in this tumor entity. The aim of our study was to elucidate whether NR0B2 may also play a role in other tumor entities. Comparing NR0B2 expression in renal cell carcinoma and adjacent nonmalignant transformed tissue revealed significant downregulation in vivo. Additionally, the impact of heterologous expression of NR0B2 on cell cycle progression and proliferation in cells of renal origin was characterized. Monitoring fluorescence intensity of resazurin turnover in RCC-EW cells revealed no significant differences in metabolic activity in the presence of NR0B2. However, there was a significant decrease of cellular proliferation in cells overexpressing this NR, and NR0B2 was more efficient than currently used antiproliferative agents. Furthermore, flow cytometry analysis showed that heterologous overexpression of NR0B2 significantly reduced the amount of cells passing the G1 phase, while on

  5. Foreword

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    Andrej BEKEŠ

    2011-05-01

    , Asia and beyond.   Acta Linguistica Asiatica will, following Roman Jakobson’s saying, “Linguista sum, linguistici nihil a me alienum puto”, cover all the subject areas and theoretical approaches pertaining to theoretical and applied research on Asian languages. An international editorial board takes care of the research quality of the journal. The contents of the first issue reflect this orientation and openness. Three papers deal with various aspects of the role played by language in the process of modernization during and after Meiji Japan, i.e., The Relation Between the View on the Language and Educational Ideology in the Early Meiji Period in Japan Through the Discourse of Regionalism by Ichimiya Yufuko, Towards Theoretical Approach to the Understanding of Language Ideologies in Post-Meiji Japan by Luka Culiberg, and Images of Pre-WW II: National Language Policies as Reflected in the Field of “National Language Studies” Itself by Andrej Bekeš. Another focus of interest is philological, represented by two papers. One is Morphology and Syntax in Holes and Scratches: The Latest Stage of Kugyol Research, an interesting research on kugyol, a system devised to facilitate reading Chinese Buddhist texts in Korean, by Lee Yong. The other,The Typology of Āmreḍita Compounds in the Ṛgveda by Tamara Ditrich, investigates āmreḍita compounds in the Ṛgveda, a type of coordinative nominal constructions, closely related to dvandva compounds. Finally, this issue is concluded with the article Collocational Relations in Japanese Language Textbooks and Computer-assisted Language Learning Resources, by Irena Srdanović and deals with the teaching of collocations in modern Japanese, based on corpora.         Andrej Bekeš University of Ljubljana and University of Tsukuba     April 23, 2011

  6. St. Patrick's Day 2015 geomagnetic storm analysis based on Real Time Ionosphere Monitoring

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    2017-04-01

    Alberto García-Rigo (1), David Roma-Dollase (2), Manuel Hernández-Pajares (1), Zishen Li (3), Michael Terkildsen (4), German Olivares (4), Reza Ghoddousi-Fard (5), Denise Dettmering (6), Eren Erdogan (6), Haris Haralambous (7), Yannick Béniguel (8), Jens Berdermann (9), Martin Kriegel (9), Anna Krypiak-Gregorczyk (10), Tamara Gulyaeva (11), Attila Komjathy (12), Panagiotis Vergados (12), Joachim Feltens (13,19), René Zandbergen (13), Tim Fuller-Rowell (14), David Altadill (15), Nicolas Bergeot (16), Andrzej Krankowski (17), Loukis Agrotis (18), Ivan Galkin (20), Raul Orus-Perez (21) 1. UPC-IonSAT research group, Technical University of Catalonia, Spain 2. Department of Engineering: Electronics, University of Barcelona (UB), Spain 3. Academy of Opto-Electronics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), China 4. Bureau of Meteorology, Space Weather Services, Australia 5. Canadian Geodetic Survey, Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) / Government of Canada, Canada 6. Deutsches Geodätisches Forschungsinstitut der Technischen Universität München (DGFI-TUM), Germany 7. Frederick University Cyprus, Cyprus 8. IEEA, France 9. Institute of Communications and Navigation, DLR, Germany 10. Institute of Geodesy, UWM, Poland 11. Institute of Terrestrial Magnetism, ionosphere and Radio Wave Propagation, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia 12. NASA - Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), California Institute of Technology, USA 13. Navigation Support Office, ESA-ESOC, Germany 14. NOAA affiliate, USA 15. Observatori de l'Ebre (OE), CSIC - Universitat Ramon Llull, 43520 Roquetes, Spain 16. Planetology and Reference Systems, Royal Observatory of Belgium (ROB), Belgium 17. Space Radio-Diagnostics Research Centre, UWM (SRRC/UWM), Poland 18. SYMBAN Limited, ESA-ESOC, Germany 19. Telespazio VEGA Deutschland GmbH c/o ESA-ESOC, Germany 20. University of Massachusetts Lowell, Space Science Lab, USA 21. Wave Interaction and Propagation Section (TEC-EEP), ESA-ESTEC, The Netherlands IAG's Real Time

  7. Présentation du volume

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    Ana Zwitter Vitez

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    l'interprétation. Le domaine des technologies du langage est exploré par la contribution de Jana Volk qui, se fondant sur les enregistrements authentiques de la parole spontanée, propose une évaluation du système de transcription ToBi. L'analyse des interfaces entre l'oral et l'écrit est introduit par l'étude de Gregory Bennet qui analyse la représentation du rire sur le réseau Twitter et continue par l'analyse de Nives Lenassi examine les éléments du discours parlé dans la correspondance d'affaire. Jacqueline Oven analyse le fonctionnement des particules à l'écrit et à l'oral tandis que l'étude de Mojca Schlamberger Brezar se fonde autour de l'hypothèse que les marqueurs discursifs indiquent le degré de spontanéité dans différentes situations d'énonciation. Les études qui s'articulent autour de l'analyse pragmatique essaient d'intercepter des phénomènes du discours parlé dans des contextes variés : Elenmari Pletikos Olof et Jagoda Poropat Darrer analysent la perception de paroles cérémonielles, Golnaz Nanbakhsh remet en question l'emploi des pronoms de tutoiement et de vouvoiement lors de l'expression de pouvoir, Darinka Verdonik et Zdravko Kačič examinent le rôle des expressions chrétiennes dans les conversations quotidiennes. Tamara Mikolič Južnič aborde le phénomène de la nominalisation et Mojca Smolej présente les spécificités du discours rapporté dans l'échange oral spontané. L'analyse d'Iztok Kosem et de Darinka Verdonik propose les résultats concernant le vocabulaire typique dans le discours public et privé, et l'étude de Juliano Desiderato Antonio et Fernanda Trombini Rahmen Cassim présente certains éléments intrinsèques de l’oral à travers l’optique des relations de cohérence entre les différentes unités textuelles. La relation entre les pratiques langagières et la norme linguistique est étudiée par l’article de Hotimir Tivadar qui remet en question l’établissement de la langue standard sur

  8. Sõdadevaheline vene emigratsioon suures ilmas ja väikeses Eesti / Interwar Russian Emigration in the Larger World and "Little Estonia"

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    Irina Belobrovtseva

    2015-06-01

    , literary circles were active at different times. Among them was the Revel Literary Circle, founded in 1898, the oldest and most unusual gathering place for educated people. Poets’ workshops in Tallinn and Tartu were among the more interesting societies in Estonia, aimed more specifically at poets of the younger generation. Members of the Tallinn workshop created their own almanac, „Nov“, and published a magazine, Polevõje Tsvetõ. All of these phenomena and problems must be situated in the context of the larger world. The Russian emigration is far from being merely a unique phenomenon of life and work outside of the homeland; indeed, it exerted a strong influence on the culture, scholarship, and literature of the countries of settlement. Among the greatest achievements of 20th century humanity are the works of Nobel laureate and writer Ivan Bunin, prose writer Vladimir Nabokov, artists Marc Chagall, Konstantin Korovin, Aleksander Benois, and Vassily Kandinsky; the theories of Noble laureate, physicist and chemist Ilya Prigogine; the works of composers Sergei Rachmaninoff, and Igor Stravinsky; actor and theatre director Mikhail Chekhov; constructor Igor Sikorsky; chemist Vladimir Ipatjev. No less important in Estonian culture were poet Igor Severjanin, architect Aleksander Vladovski, representatives of Russian classical ballet (Tamara Beck, Jevgenia Litvinova; artists Anatoli Kaigorodov, Nikolai Kalmakov, and Andrei Jegorov.

  9. The Dark Side of Nature: the Crime was Almost Perfect

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    Astrofisico di Arcetri, Italy), Guido Chincarini (INAF, Osservatorio Astronomico di Brera & Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca, Italy), Nino Panagia (Space Telescope Science Institute, USA), Gianpiero Tagliaferri, Dino Fugazza, Sergio Campana, Stefano Covino, and Paolo D'Avanzo (INAF, Osservatorio Astronomico di Brera, Italy), Daniele Malesani (SISSA/ISAS, Italy and Dark Cosmology Centre, Copenhagen), Vincenzo Testa, L. Angelo Antonelli, Silvia Piranomonte, and Luigi Stella (INAF, Osservatorio Astronomico di Roma, Italy), Vanessa Mangano (INAF/IASF Palermo, Italy), Kevin Hurley (University of California, Berkeley, USA), I. Felix Mirabel (ESO), and Leonardo J. Pellizza (Instituto de Astronomia y Fisica del Espacio). The Danish-led team is composed of Johan P. U. Fynbo, Darach Watson, Christina C. Thöne, Tamara M. Davis, Jens Hjorth, José Mará Castro Cerón, Brian L. Jensen, Maximilian D. Stritzinger, and Dong Xu (Dark Cosmology Centre, University of Copenhagen, Denmark), Jesper Sollerman (Dark Cosmology Centre and Department of Astronomy, Stockholm University, Sweden), Uffe G. Jørgensen, Tobias C. Hinse, and Kristian G. Woller (Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen), Joshua S. Bloom, Daniel Kocevski, Daniel Perley (Department of Astronomy, University of California at Berkeley, USA), Páll Jakobsson (Centre for Astrophysics Research, University of Hertfordshire, UK), John F. Graham and Andrew S. Fruchter (Space Telescope Science Institute, Baltimore, USA), David Bersier (Astrophysics Research Institute, Liverpool John Moores University, UK), Lisa Kewley (University of Hawaii, Institute of Astronomy, USA), Arnaud Cassan and Marta Zub (Astronomisches Rechen-Institut, Zentrum für Astronomie der Universität Heidelberg, Germany), Suzanne Foley (School of Physics, University College Dublin, Ireland), Javier Gorosabel (Instituto de Astrofisica de Andalucia, Granada, Spain), Keith D. Horne (SUPA Physics/Astronomy, University of St Andrews, Scotland, UK), Sylvio