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  1. A Tragedy of Love-Romeo and Juliet

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    朱燕

    2016-01-01

    Romeo and Juliet is one of the most famous dramas of William Shakespeare. I like the novel very much and will give some ideas and comments from the three points: first, the difference between Romeo and Juliet & Butterfly Lovers; Second, the analysis of Romeo and Juliet's characters; Third, the great significance of the novel.

  2. Understanding "Romeo and Juliet": A Thematic Unit.

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    Koveleski, Erin

    This curriculum unit for Grade 9 combines the classic Shakespeare play "Romeo and Juliet" with three young adult novels: "The Outsiders" (S.E. Hinton), "Summer of My German Soldier" (Bette Greene), and "The Witch of Blackbird Pond" (Elizabeth George Speare). To complete the unit, all students will be…

  3. Prokofiev. "Romeo and Juliet" - Suites / Iran March

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    March, Iran

    1991-01-01

    Uuest heliplaadist "Prokofiev. "Romeo and Juliet" - Suites: N 1 Op. 64 bis a; N 2 Op. 64 ter b; N 3 Op. 101 c. Royal Scottish National Orchestra /Neeme Järvi" Chandos cassette ABTD 1536; CD CHAN 8940 (78 minutes) etc

  4. A South African Romeo and Juliet : gender identity in Minky ...

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    This article examines how gender identity is represented in a filmic adaptation of Shakespeare's play text Romeo and Juliet within South Africa's postcolonial context, thereby positioning identity politics as crucial in the decolonial project. This article focuses on Minky Schlesinger's South African adaptation of Romeo and ...

  5. "Romeo ja Julia" etendub kahes keeles / Aigi Viira

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    Viira, Aigi

    2002-01-01

    W. Shakespeare'i "Romeo ja Julia" Vene Draamateatri ja Eesti Draamateatri koostööna, lavastaja A. Prosa, peaosades M. Malmsten ja J. Rudina Peterburist. Esietendus tselluloosikombinaadi seinte vahel 1. juunil

  6. Prokofiev: Romeo and Juliet - Suite N1 / Ivan March

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    March, Ivan

    1990-01-01

    Uuest heliplaadist "Prokofiev: Romeo and Juliet - Suite N1, Op.64b, N2, Op.64c. Philharmonia Orchestra, Barry Wordsworth" Collins Classics cassette 1116-4. CD. Võrreldud Neeme Järvi plaadistustega 1116-2

  7. Tights vs. Tattoos: Filmic Interpretations of "Romeo and Juliet."

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    Martin, Jennifer L.

    2002-01-01

    Suggests students will view film adaptations of Shakespeare plays more critically by carefully analyzing the same scene from several different film versions. Discusses relevant scenes from "Romeo and Juliet" for classroom interpretation. Suggests that by providing students the vocabulary to discuss the film, educators can encourage them…

  8. The first quarto of Romeo and Juliet / William Shakespeare

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    Erne, Lukas Christian

    2007-01-01

    Two different versions of Romeo and Juliet were published during Shakespeare's lifetime: the second quarto of 1599, on which modern editions are usually based, and the first quarto of 1597. The latter version was long denigrated as a 'bad' quarto', but recent scholarship sees in it a crucial witness for the theatrical practices of Shakespeare and his company. The shorter of the two versions by about one quarter, the first quarto has high-paced action, fuller stage directions than the second q...

  9. Exploring Romeo and Juliet. ArtsEdge Curricula, Lessons and Activities.

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    Fullard, Barbara Lois; Karsten, Jayne

    This curriculum unit examines William Shakespeare's tragic play, "Romeo and Juliet." The unit calls the play "one of the greatest and saddest love stories of all time," and notes that artists across centuries and oceans have retold the tale of "Romeo and Juliet" in various forms and incarnations. It first presents…

  10. REPRESENTASI FANATISME SUPPORTER DALAM FILM ROMEO DAN JULIET

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    Aditya Rizky Gunanto

    2015-11-01

    Full Text Available Romeo and Juliet movie tells the story of love between two mutually hostile angggota supporters. Rangga as a staunch supporter of Persija FC, and Dessy as a staunch supporter of Arsenal FC In unite their love, Rangga and Dessy faced with a problem, so they decided to get married and plan to escape to a neutral city where their competition is not a problem. But brother Dessy not bend over backwards to stop it. A true love story of two people has been the biggest supporter of the affairs of the two organizations .The theory used in this study is the theory of semiotics by Charles Sanders Peirce. Semiotics is the study of signs, meanings and proper functioning of the production of meaning. Charles Sanders Peirce's theory of meaning called triangle (triangle of meaning, including signs, objects (reference mark, and interpretant (users sign This type of research uses descriptive qualitative approach. Research methods with semiotic analysis that focuses on the meaning of each sign in the form of an icon, index, and symbol. The unit of analysis is a picture of a sign in the movie "Romeo Juliet". Research scope fanaticism of supporters who will be studied focusing on any scene that contains elements of fanaticism were analyzed through semotika Peirce.   Film Romeo dan Juliet menceritakan tentang percintaan antara dua angggota supporter yang saling bermusuhan. Rangga sebagai pendukung setia Persija FC, dan Dessy sebagai pendukung setia Persib FC Dalam mempersatukan cinta mereka, Rangga dan Dessy dihadapkan pada suatu masalah, sehingga mereka memutuskan untuk menikah dan merencanakan untuk melarikan diri ke sebuah kota netral di mana persaingan mereka tidak masalah. Tapi kakak Dessy tidak sekuat tenaga untuk menghentikannya. Sebuah kisah cinta sejati dua orang telah menjadi urusan dua organisasi pendukung terbesar. Teori yang digunakan dalam penelitian ini adalah teori semiotika menurut Charles Sanders Peirce. Semiotika adalah ilmu yang mempelajari

  11. Romeo and Juliet: Play about love and death

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    Andrejević Ana M.

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available In the play Romeo and Juliet, which has become the synonym for the love tragedy, death is represented as the ultimate, all-consuming, and almost nihilistic power that cannot be conquered even by the most pure and passionate love. But, its devastating effect is reduced by the strong, transcendent, and the idealistic vision of love of the two young creatures who became immortal as the materialistic golden monuments, due to the power of the eternal art and the word of Shakespeare. Presenting it in the traditional frame of the Dance of Death and memento mori iconography, Shakespeare is showing us the different aspects of the Renaissance thought of death. The older generation sees it as the natural progression of life that cannot and must not stop everyday activities, but the younger hopes to find in death the salvation and escape from the insupportable and pragmatic world. Although there are religiously guided thoughts about life after death in the play, secular statements about death as a flight from the unbearable reality and the cure for the impossible love are more present. Even suicide is not conventionally represented as the sinful and devilish enterprise that must be condemned, but as the sacrifice and radical attempt to protect and preserve love. Shakespeare makes his lovers the owners of death, despite the rigid patriarchal effort to control both life and its opposite force. Love of Romeo and Juliet thus becomes victorious in death.

  12. National Theatre of China's Romeo and Juliet and Its Rituals

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    Benny Lim

    2014-04-01

    Full Text Available This paper explores the “Chinese-ness” of this brand new production of Romeo and Juliet by the National Theatre of China, from a ritual perspective. Three main areas were discussed. Firstly, this play has got several religious connotations. The absence of religion in this play’s setting is relevant to China’s current high percentage of atheists. Despite that, several religions, such as Buddhism, Daoism and Christianity, are mentioned in this play. Secondly, the play has also incorporated several Chinese culture and traditions. The use of bicycles as one of the main props can be linked to the cultural significance of bicycles in China. The play also incorporated other cultural and traditional elements such as wedding customaries in China, Xinjiang dance, as well as the Chinese tongue twisters. Finally, the play has incorporated multiple Brechtian moments. Perhaps the Brechtian moments can lead audience to think about the current religious and cultural developments in modern China.

  13. "Music with Her Silver Sound": An Introduction to "Romeo and Juliet."

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    Sheaffer, Lloyd E.

    1992-01-01

    Asserts that the key to incorporating music effectively into the English classroom is to provide a context for the music. Describes a teacher's introduction to Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" that demonstrates one way to use music and which helps accomplish the goals of the literary unit. (PRA)

  14. Challenging Normative Sexual and Gender Identity Beliefs through Romeo and Juliet

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    Ressler, Paula

    2005-01-01

    Paula Ressler, an English teacher, suggests unconventional ways to work with William Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" in the secondary school English curriculum to challenge normative sexual and gender identity beliefs. Reading queerly to explore non-normative sex and gender identities and reading for social justice have the potential to…

  15. Ettekäändeks "Romeo ja Julia" / Mai Murdmaa, Lloyd Sobel, Charles Cusick Smith ; interv. Kristiina Garancis

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    Murdmaa, Mai, 1938-

    1998-01-01

    13. veebr. 1998 "Estonia" teatris esietendunud balleti "Romeo ja Julia" lavastusmeeskonna liikmed esietendunud tantsuetenduse teemadel. C. C. Smith oma vabaloomingust. L. Sobel oma tööprotsessist jm

  16. "What is it else?" Love's (Con-Text in Romeo and Juliet

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    Aliakbari H.

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available Reading Romeo and Juliet from Jacques Derrida's perspective provides us with new insight to Shakespeare's portrayal of love. As an early tragedy, Romeo and Juliet is a study of the nature of love. Many believe that the play still follows the lead of the comedies in presenting its major theme. However, drawing upon Derrida's deconstruction of the play, we have shown that love as an idea, a word, or a nomenclature, follows the same aporetic law of the proper name in that it is split, not unified, contradictory, not lucidly meaningful. We have demonstrated the multiplicity of love's identity despite the universally unifying attributes attached to it by the individual characters inside the play. In short, this reading reveals that identity in general, and the identity of love in particular, is not fixed, that they are products of textuality.

  17. From West to East: Romeo Must Die but Shakespeare is the Sun

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    Frenţiu Luminiţa

    2014-03-01

    Full Text Available The paper presents a mini survey of the hallmark English language motion pictures which are explicitly based on William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. The selection of the six films under investigation takes into account various criteria such as aspects of chronology, culture, impact or novelty of approach. The analysis is based on four categories: genre, auteurism (authorship, reception and verisimilitude.

  18. Two Wooers and their Sonnets: On Poetic Forms in Romeo and Juliet

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    Elena V. Haltrin-Khalturina

    2017-09-01

    Full Text Available The article looks at the semiotics of the sonnet form used by Shakespeare in his tragedy Romeo and Juliet. Particular attention is paid to two sonnets, of Paris and of Romeo, in which different manners of courting are played out. The poetic “gift” from Romeo to Juliet, their shared sonnets, one complete and one interrupted (Act 1, Sc. 5, ls. 92–109, is a notorious and much discussed piece of Shakespeare’s dramatic poetry. However, the other wooing sonnet representing desires of Paris and mouthed by Lady Capulet (Act 1, Sc. 3, ls. 80–95, seems to lack that kind of attention. Our essay juxtaposes the two sonnets in question, which are built around extended metaphors (conceits. Romeo’s sonneteering is endowed with dramatic power that quickens the debate and inspires accord between the title’s heroes. The semantic charge of this shared sonnet resonates in the heroes’ scenic gestures, prompting the play’s outcome. By contrast, the rather inert sonnet of Paris is like a dead letter of bookish instruction, which neither inspires amorous response, nor moves Juliet. The article also places Romeo’s and Paris’s pieces against Shakespeare’s sonnets 128 and 126 of the 1609 edition.

  19. From Romeo and Juliet to Rosaline & Benvolio: Refashioning Shakespearean Teenage Lovers

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    Laura Tosi

    2017-11-01

    Full Text Available In this essay I analyse a number of narrative retellings of Romeo and Juliet for a Young Adult audience. I focus on three novels which, interestingly, replace the star-crossed lovers, with a couple of minor characters, Benvolio and Rosaline: Lisa Fiedler’s Romeo’s Ex. Rosaline’s Story (2006, Melinda Traub’s Still Star Crossed (2013 and Rachel Caine’s Prince of Shadows (2014. In thse versions Rosaline and Benvolio are given centre stage and narrative voices which open up new narrative possibilities; they end up playing a different and a bigger part than in the original play, but firmly refuse that of the victim to the old generation’s decisions and actions. By exploring motivation, establishing new links between the characters, and having narrators pass authoritative moral judgements, all these texts negotiate with well-established critical interpretations of the central characters, often challenging and channeling them into unexpected critical directions. In a way, these retellings “fix” the original “dangerous” characters Romeo and Juliet, by bringing in new characters as mediators, or expand existing secondary characters in order to make them fit into contemporary notions of teenage role models.

  20. Claire Danes's Star-Body, Teen Female Viewers and the Pluralisation of Authorship in Baz Luhrmann's "William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet"

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    Keam, Angela

    2008-01-01

    Teaching William Shakespeare's canonical tragedy "Romeo and Juliet" to teenagers in the context of the English classroom in Australia is not a particularly new pedagogical practice. In the year 2008, when many teachers (particularly those with a feminist bent such as I) are intent on guiding their students to decipher the ideological…

  1. La Délinquance Idéologique: Sony Labou Tansi and the Political Love Story of Romeo and Juliet

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    Rebekah Bale

    2016-12-01

    Full Text Available The article discusses an adaptation of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, (La Résurrection Rouge et Blanche de Romeo et Juliette- 'The Red and White Revival of Romeo and Juliet' by the Congolese writer Sony Labou Tansi. It examines the consequences of a focus on the political frame of the narrative. Sony's version is an indictment of a monstrous and hyper-violent political system in which the only choice left is the manner of one’s death. Sony uses the play as a means to interrogate a society that focuses on the political fetishization of violent dictatorships and nihilistic choices. With a radical shift in focus, Sony’s work also requires the audience / reader to consider the necessity of theatre and, by extension, the power under which it operates. Sony’s language in this adaptation gives the story of Romeo and Juliet, a post-colonial framework as well as an urgent political message. The analysis concludes that the adaptation presents the conventional love story as a political tragedy of the post-colonial condition.

  2. Romeo e Giulietta”. Un perfetto case-study per il balletto narrativo del Novecento

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    Annamaria Corea

    2015-03-01

    Full Text Available This paper highlights some peculiarities and modes of the modern narrative ballet, taking as an example Romeo and Juliet by Prokofiev. The choreographic versions by John Cranko and Kenneth MacMillan can be representative of the way to understand and practise this genre of dance, in some aspects univocal, in others entirely personal and specific of a poetics. Among the themes are the pantomime and the new gestures, the libretto, the adaptation of the play, and the dancer’s training. The essay also considers the original version of the ballet, choreographed by Lavrovskij, and it points to the relationship between the English ballet and Russian one which in the 1930s restored the full-length ballet.

  3. Parody and the gas station in William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

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    Avital G. Cykman

    2017-01-01

    Baz Luhrmann’s 1996 film, William Shakespeare'sRomeo and Juliet, is a pop-culture adaptation of the late sixteenth-century play. The cross-references and transgression of allusions and their postmodern subversive statement along with the extreme intensity with which these elements appear in act one, scene one, and especially in the scene placed at a gas station produce a self-directed irony, a cutting-edge, if playful combination of references that define it as parody in the postmodern sense. Hence, this article examines act one, scene one with a special attention to the gas station sequence, and analyzes it in the light of scholarly definitions of postmodern parody by Linda Hutcheon, John W. Duvall and Douglas Lanier, and of pastiche by Fredric Jameson. Once the hypothesis of parody is established, the article analyzes what the film parodies and in what ways, and what the objective and the impact of the applied humor are.

  4. Turismo e cinema a Verona: dal mito di Giulietta e Romeo riflessioni geografiche su vecchie e nuove location cinematografiche / Tourism and cinema in Verona: geographical considerations about old and new cinematographic locations from Romeo and Juliet myth

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    Maria Laura Pappalardo

    2016-05-01

    Full Text Available Il contributo analizza, in chiave geografica, le dinamiche che legano il turismo e il cinema a Verona, città meta consolidata di turismo urbano. Consapevoli che il mito di Giulietta e Romeo svolga un ruolo considerevole all’interno delle motivazioni che inducono il turista a soggiornare nella città veneta, risulta utile soffermarsi sulla funzione svolta dai film, di “antica” e recente realizzazione, nella conoscenza dei luoghi. In virtù delle sempre mutevoli richieste dei visitatori, pare interessante riflettere se sia “conveniente” per Verona, non tanto e non solo economicamente ma, soprattutto, in una logica di sostenibilità, continuare a proporre al turista il cliché della città degli innamorati o se non si debba, al contrario, pensare a nuove esperienze emozionali attraverso la promozione di itinerari le cui tappe non siano solo il balcone di Giulietta, la casa di Romeo, la tomba di Giulietta ma luoghi decisamente più veri quali le piazze storiche della città, i negozi tipici, i centri culturali. The paper analyzes, in geographical key, the dynamics that bind tourism and film in Verona, the city consolidated urban tourism destination. Aware that the myth of Romeo and Juliet plays a considerable role in the reasons for the tourist to stay in the Venetian city, it is useful to focus on the role played by "old" and recently shot films in the knowledge of the places. By virtue of the ever-changing demands of visitors, it seems interesting to consider whether it is “convenient” for Verona, not so much and not only economically but, above all, in a logic of sustainability, to continue to offer to the tourist the cliché of the city of lovers or if it is better to hink of new emotional experiences through the promotion of itineraries whose stages are not just Juliet's balcony, the house of Romeo, Juliet's tomb but places much more real as the historical squares of the city, the local shops and the cultural centers.

  5. Self-archiving of Our Own Articles: Romeo and Juliet Notes

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    Amir Reza Kachooei

    2015-09-01

    copyright agreement policies and the retained author rights are obviated. SHERPA established in the UK universities as the SHERPA project to support open access institutional repositories, which further grew and is now comprised of fairly all research institutions as the partners. SHERPA is involved in full or advisory partner of some projects including the SHERPA/RoMEO (3. Self-archiving permissions vary between publishers and journals. Details about publisher and journal can be found onhttp://www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo/(4. For most of the journals and publishers, Resaerchgate pages are linked to the correct publisher condition and can be seen by clicking ‘show self-archiving restrictions’. Permission is classified using colors: green means you can generally upload a full-text, blue or yellow means you should check your individual article conditions, and white means self-archiving is generally not permitted. It is the author’s responsibility to check for the RoMEO color and make sure he/she is not breaching the copyright conditions. However, do not forget that in case you are not permitted to post the full text to public, you are always allowed to send the article in a private message to another researcher or colleague.

  6. Self-archiving of Our Own Articles: Romeo and Juliet Notes

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    Amir Reza Kachooei

    2015-10-01

    copyright agreement policies and the retained author rights are obviated. SHERPA established in the UK universities as the SHERPA project to support open access institutional repositories, which further grew and is now comprised of fairly all research institutions as the partners. SHERPA is involved in full or advisory partner of some projects including the SHERPA/RoMEO (3. Self-archiving permissions vary between publishers and journals. Details about publisher and journal can be found onhttp://www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo/(4. For most of the journals and publishers, Resaerchgate pages are linked to the correct publisher condition and can be seen by clicking ‘show self-archiving restrictions’. Permission is classified using colors: green means you can generally upload a full-text, blue or yellow means you should check your individual article conditions, and white means self-archiving is generally not permitted. It is the author’s responsibility to check for the RoMEO color and make sure he/she is not breaching the copyright conditions. However, do not forget that in case you are not permitted to post the full text to public, you are always allowed to send the article in a private message to another researcher or colleague.

  7. GRUPO RESIDENCIAL ROMEO Y JULIETA EN ZUFFENHAUSEN, 1954-59. UN ENSAYO CLAVE DE HANS SCHAROUN / The ‘Romeo and Julia’ residential group in Zuffenhausen, 1954-59. A key test of Hans Scharoun

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    Rosa María Añón Abajas

    2011-11-01

    Full Text Available RESUMEN Las complejas circunstancias que normalmente rodean la realización de una obra de arquitectura, dificultan la simultánea sistematización de la reflexión y la transferencia de la experiencia. Nos vemos provocados a recuperar progresivamente ese conocimiento especialmente cuando el paso de los años identifica a una arquitectura como obra maestra para la arquitectura actual, como ocurre con el grupo residencial Romeo y Julieta. Este artículo pretende contribuir a facilitar su conocimiento compilando información, incidiendo en algunos detalles menores que habitualmente se obvian y aportando nuevas fotografías y dibujos realizados para esta ocasión. Como consecuencia surgen las relaciones desde la experiencia concreta de esta obra con la producción previa y posterior de Hans Scharoun y vuelve a brillar la trayectoria investigadora del arquitecto. SUMMARY The complex circumstances that typically surround the making of a work of architecture, hinder the simultaneous systematization of reflection and the transfer of experience. We are gradually brought to recover that knowledge, especially when the passage of time identifies a building as a masterpiece for current architecture, as has occurred with the ‘Romeo and Julia’ residential group. This article aims to raise awareness of them by gathering information, focusing on small details that are usually ignored and adding new photographs and drawings made for this occasion. As a result, relationships arise from the specific experience of this work with the previous and later production of Hans Scharoun and the research career of the architect shines again.

  8. Erotic, Sexual Words and Meanings in Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet” in Albanian translation

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    Fatmir Ramadani

    2017-07-01

    Full Text Available The Albanian reading public had to wait for three hundred years to be introduced to the works of one of the greatest writers of English literature, William Shakespeare, in their mother tongue. The translation of Shakespeare’s works into Albanian started in the second decade of the 20th century. We distinguish three periods of the Albanian translation of Shakespeare’s plays. The first phase, from 1915 to 1928, is known for the translation of Bishop Fan Noli, the head of Albanian Autocephalous Orthodox Church in Boston, USA. The second phase from 1955 until 1982, during the totalitarian regime world literature was strictly censored by communist propaganda, with only three official translators of Shakespeare’s works, Skënder Luarasi, Vedat Kokona, and Alqi Kristo. Third period, from 1990 to the present, with an increasing number of translators of Shakespeare’s works, such as Refik Kadija, Perikli Jorgoni, Qezar Kurti, Mihal Hanxhari, Napolon Tasi, Pashko Gjeçi, Kristaq Traja etc. William Shakespeare has made frequent use of erotic and sexual words, meanings and connotations in his tragedy Romeo and Juliet. Most of them are missing in the first Albanian translation. But the second translator has noted all of them in the footnotes of his translation. In this paper I will focus on these sexual and erotic words and references in the “Romeo and Juliet” and their translation in Albanian language by two translators, the first translation of Alqi Kristo some 70 years ago, and the second translation by Refik Kadija in 2014. Political influences, evolution of Albanian language over the last decades, are some of the main reasons to suggest that Refik Kadija’s translation should be used as more complete and better translation of Shakespeare’s tragedy in Albanian language.

  9. The Research on Medical Education Outcomes (ROMEO) Registry: Addressing Ethical and Practical Challenges of Using "Bigger," Longitudinal Educational Data.

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    Gillespie, Colleen; Zabar, Sondra; Altshuler, Lisa; Fox, Jaclyn; Pusic, Martin; Xu, Junchuan; Kalet, Adina

    2016-05-01

    Efforts to evaluate and optimize the effectiveness of medical education have been limited by the difficulty of designing medical education research. Longitudinal, epidemiological views of educational outcomes can help overcome limitations, but these approaches require "bigger data"-more learners, sources, and time points. The rich data institutions collect on students and residents can be mined, however, ethical and practical barriers to using these data must first be overcome. In 2008, the authors established the Research on Medical Education Outcomes (ROMEO) Registry, an educational data registry modeled after patient registries. New York University School of Medicine students, residents, and fellows provide consent for routinely collected educational, performance, quality improvement, and clinical practice data to be compiled into a deidentified, longitudinal database. As of January 2015, this registry included 1,225 residents and fellows across 12 programs (71% consent rate) and 841 medical students (86% consent rate). Procedures ensuring voluntary informed consent are essential to ethical enrollment and data use. Substantial resources are required to provide access to and manage the data. The registry supports educational scholarship. Seventy-two studies using registry data have been presented or published. These focus on evaluating the curriculum, quality of care, and measurement quality and on assessing needs, competencies, skills development, transfer of skills to practice, remediation patterns, and links between education and patient outcomes. The authors are working to integrate assessment of relevant outcomes into the curriculum, maximize both the quantity and quality of the data, and expand the registry across institutions.

  10. Replacement and Original Magnet Engineering Options (ROMEOs): A European Seventh Framework Project to Develop Advanced Permanent Magnets Without, or with Reduced Use of, Critical Raw Materials

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    Mcguiness, P.; Akdogan, O.; Asali, A.; Bance, S.; Bittner, F.; Coey, J. M. D.; Dempsey, N. M.; Fidler, J.; Givord, D.; Gutfleisch, O.; Katter, M.; Le Roy, D.; Sanvito, S.; Schrefl, T.; Schultz, L.; Schwöbl, C.; Soderžnik, M.; Šturm, S.; Tozman, P.; Üstüner, K.; Venkatesan, M.; Woodcock, T. G.; Žagar, K.; Kobe, S.

    2015-06-01

    The rare-earth crisis, which peaked in the summer of 2011 with the prices of both light and heavy rare earths soaring to unprecedented levels, brought about the widespread realization that the long-term availability and price stability of rare earths could not be guaranteed. This triggered a rapid response from manufacturers involved in rare earths, as well as governments and national and international funding agencies. In the case of rare-earth-containing permanent magnets, three possibilities were given quick and serious consideration: (I) increased recycling of devices containing rare earths; (II) the search for new, mineable, rare-earth resources beyond those in China; and (III) the development of high-energy-product permanent magnets with little or no rare-earth content used in their manufacture. The Replacement and Original Magnet Engineering Options (ROMEO) project addresses the latter challenge using a two-pronged approach. With its basis on work packages that include materials modeling and advanced characterization, the ROMEO project is an attempt to develop a new class of novel permanent magnets that are free of rare earths. Furthermore, the project aims to minimize rare-earth content, particularly heavy-rare-earth (HRE) content, as much as possible in Nd-Fe-B-type magnets. Success has been achieved on both fronts. In terms of new, rare-earth-free magnets, a Heusler alloy database of 236,945 compounds has been narrowed down to approximately 20 new compounds. Of these compounds, Co2MnTi is expected to be a ferromagnet with a high Curie temperature and a high magnetic moment. Regarding the reduction in the amount of rare earths, and more specifically HREs, major progress is seen in electrophoretic deposition as a method for accurately positioning the HRE on the surface prior to its diffusion into the microstructure. This locally increases the coercivity of the rather small Nd-Fe-B-type magnet, thereby substantially reducing the dependence on the HREs Dy and

  11. The Mother, Who Is Not One: Reflections Of Motherhood In Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet, The Tempest, And The Taming Of The Shrew

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    KARAMAN HATICE

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available The lack of proper motherhood in Shakespeare's plays has been a point of attraction for many feminist critics actively engaged in emphasizing the patriarchal aspect of Shakespeare's plays. This paper aims to analyze motherhood and the lack of mother/mother-figure in The Tempest, Romeo and Juliet and The Taming of the Shrew through Luce Irigaray's theory of gender and the work of other feminist critics. The issues of gender, father-daughter relations and the reflections of the absent mothers will be discussed. Male/Female Subjectivity will also be questioned, in view of Irigaray's conceptualization of gender by relating it to Subject.

  12. “Dreamers Often Lie”: On “Compromise”, the subversive documentation of an Israeli- Palestinian political adaptation of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet

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    Yael Munk

    2010-03-01

    Full Text Available Is Romeo and Juliet relevant to a description of the Middle-East conflict? This is the question raised in Compromise, an Israeli documentary that follows the Jerusalem Khan Theater's production of the play in the mid-1990's. This paper describes how the cinematic documentation of a theatrical Shakespeare production can undermine the original intentions of its creators. This staging of the play was carefully planned in order to demonstrate to the country and the world that Israelis and Palestinians are willing to search for a peaceful solution in the Middle East: Two directors - Israeli -Eran Baniel and Palestinian Fuad Awad - co-directed both Israeli and Palestinian actors, using both languages: Arabic and Hebrew. This seemingly balanced solution was acclaimed on European television but for Israeli director Even, this was only a façade. Following backstage situation,  Compromise reveals the truth behind the mask in order to denounce the manipulative use of what Italian philosopher Giorgio Agamben defines as state of emergency, which is the hegemonic mechanism that deprives people of the elementary civil rights. Questioning the issue of co-existence against the political background of the 1990's (including bomb attacks and the signing of the Camp David Treaty in 1993, the film plays on the discrepancy between the denouement of Romeo and Juliet and the unsolvable situation in which people in the Middle-East - amongst them the actors themselves- are condemned to live.

  13. The Analysis of Differences and Similarities of Eastern and Western Women’s Images in Liang Sanbo Yu Zhu Yingtai and Romeo and Juliet Novel

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    Yenny Yenny

    2010-11-01

    Full Text Available Sanpek Engtay and Romeo Juliet are the two famous classic love novels from Eastern and Western countries. They are liked by many generation of eastern and western readers. Both novels describe the image of women at each decade. Engtay represents the image of women at feudalism era while Juliet represents it Renainsance era. In this article, the writer did research at education, marriage, love, women's personality, and women's position at each decade. Library research was done in this study with the purpose of letting people know the differences and similarities of women's images between those two decades It can be concluded that in both writings, they have some similarities when describing love, mindset, and women's personality. The differences are about education, marriage, and women's position at feudalism and Renainsance decades.

  14. “Dreamers Often Lie”: On “Compromise”, the subversive documentation of an Israeli- Palestinian political adaptation of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet

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    Yael Munk

    2010-03-01

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    Is Romeo and Juliet relevant to a description of the Middle-East conflict? This is the question raised in Compromise, an Israeli documentary that follows the

  15. Archaeological investigations at Lossi 15, Tartu / Andes Tvauri

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    Tvauri, Andres, 1970-

    2009-01-01

    Arheoloogilised eeluuringud toimusid seoses Tartu Muusikakooli juurdeehitusega. Leiti hoone jäänused, mille rusukihi seest saadud leiud pärinevad Vene-Liivi sõja ajast. 1,4 m sügavusel maapinnast leiti munakivisillutis. Kogutud leiumaterjal koosneb valdavalt 16.-18. sajandi keraamikast

  16. Archaeological investigations in Tartu and Vorbuse settlement site / Andres Tvauri, Rivo Bernotas

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    Tvauri, Andres, 1970-

    2007-01-01

    Uuringutest Küütri tänav 1 hoone fuajees, Püha Jüri kalmistul. Järelevalvest Poe tänaval, kus peaaegu kaevise alal oli jälgitav 15. või 16. sajandi esimesel poolel pandud munakivisillutis. Toomemäe poolses osas tuli nähtavale männipalkidest sillutis 13.-14. sajandist. Kahes kohas dokumenteeriti keskaegset linnamüüri. Järelevalvest Jakobi ja Laia tänava ristmikul ning Lossi tänav 21-/23 krundil. Kaevamistest Vorbuse asulakohal

  17. Investigation of lime production sites in the historic Kursi parish / Andres Tvauri, Tanel Saimre

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    Tvauri, Andres, 1970-

    2007-01-01

    Lubi võeti Eesti alal ehitusmaterjaline kasutusele 13. sajandil seoses Saksa-Taani vallutusega. Välitööde tulemusena leiti kaks hästi säilinud lubjaahju koos paemurdudega. Üks nendest, Kaave jõe läänekaldal asuv ahi, osutus väga hästi säilinud kompleksiks. Senistel andmetel näib, et uuritud ahi pärineb 13.-18. sajandist.

  18. Archaeological supervision around the St. John's church in Valga / Andres Tvauri

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    Tvauri, Andres, 1970-

    2009-01-01

    Kirikust põhja ja ida pool on säilinud munakivisillutis. Väljakaevatud matused kuuluvad tõenäoliselt ajavahemikku 1730.-1773. Kuigi Valga oli keskajal tähtis maapäevade kogunemiskoht ei ole siiani keskaegse Valga kultuurkihti leitud. Võimalik, et keskaegse Valga territoorium ei kattu 1584. aastal asutatud Valga linna territooriumiga

  19. Archaeological investigations at the former building of Academia Gustaviana (Jaani Street 8) in Tartu / Andres Tvauri

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    Tvauri, Andres, 1970-

    2004-01-01

    Kaevamised näitasid, et 1582. aastal krundi enda valdusesse saanud Andreas Orzehowski on lasknud seal paiknenud hoone lammutada ning ehitanud uue maja, milles hiljem tegutses Tartu Ülikooli eellane Academia Gustaviana

  20. Archaeological Investigations on the Sites of the Glassworks of Central Estonia / Andres Tvauri

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    Tvauri, Andres, 1970-

    2013-01-01

    18. sajandil oli peamiseks klaasitootmise piirkonnaks Eesti alal Viljandimaa põhja- ja Põhja-Tartumaa lääneosa, kus aastatel 1760-1780 tegutses seitse klaasikoda: Utsali, Laashoone, Altnurga, Haava, Tõrna, Laasme, Hoone. Klaasikodade asupaikadest leitud materjalist

  1. "Facebooked: Romeo and Juliet" as Educational Theatre: An Improbable Fiction?

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    Zdriluk, Helen

    2016-01-01

    This article addresses intersections of digital technology and Drama Education, with attention to an undergraduate playbuilding project focused on digital citizenship. It explores the challenges involved in structuring a technologically interactive presentation, as well as the positive impact of the piece achieved through the interplay of two…

  2. New Italian Languages | Romeo | Italian Studies in Southern Africa ...

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    Scrivendo in italiano, queste autrici aspirano ad essere accettate come parte integrante del discorso nazionale italiano – socialmente, politicamente, culturalmente, artisticamente – ed inoltre vogliono che la cultura italiana sia pronta ad accettare e comprendere le differenze presenti all'interno di una presunta omogeneità.

  3. Theatre Review: Romeo and Juliet | van Schalkwyk | Shakespeare ...

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    Shakespeare in Southern Africa. Journal Home · ABOUT THIS JOURNAL · Advanced Search · Current Issue · Archives · Journal Home > Vol 22 (2010) >. Log in or Register to get access to full text downloads.

  4. Archeological monitoring at Munga and Sepa streets in the old town of Viljandi / Andres Tvauri, Kärt Metsoja

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    Tvauri, Andres, 1970-

    2014-01-01

    Kogu Munga tänava alal oli jälgitav punase liiva kihistus. Varasemate uuringute põhjal on teada, et see sillutis pärineb keskajast. Sillutise alune kiht sisaldas leide, mida võib dateerida 13. sajandi keskpaigast 14. sajandi keskpaigani. Sillutise pealne kiht sisaldas rohkesti leide 16. sajandi teisest poolest. Sepa tänava lääneküljel avastati keskaegse kivihoone müürid.

  5. Archaeological investigations of lime and tar production facilities in Kursi and Rannu parishes / Andres Tvauri, Tanel Saimre

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    Tvauri, Andres, 1970-

    2009-01-01

    Nii lubjaahjude kui tõrvaaukude dokumenteerimisel kasutati mõõtmist tahhümeetriga. Nii on võimalik mõõta maapinna kõrgust muistise pinnalt sadadest kohtadest. Seejärel interpoleeriti nende kõrguspunktide järgi arvuti abil muistise reljeefi plaan

  6. The impact of the climate catastrophe of 536-537 ad in Estonia and neighbouring areas / Andres Tvauri

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    Tvauri, Andres, 1970-

    2014-01-01

    536.- 541. aastal toimus põhjapoolkeral lühiajaline ja järsk kliiima jahenemine, mis on olnud viimase 2000 aasta jooksul kõige hullem looduskeskkonda tabanud globaalne vapustus. Vaadeldava kliimakatastroofi mõju oli sedavõrd suur, et seda võib pidada Eesti muinasaja periodiseeringu oluliseks piirdaatumiks

  7. The Kama Sutra, Romeo and Juliet, and Mathematics: Studying Mathematics for Pleasure

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    Padula, Janice

    2005-01-01

    The motivation of students is of great import to mathematics teachers. Such an abstract powerful language needs to be valued or students will not wish to study it. This article argues that mathematics may be better appreciated through the beauty of the language in which problems are written, respect for the cultures of others and through relevance…

  8. What Kinds of play is Romeo and Juliet ? | Jeffery | Shakespeare in ...

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    This story was well known in Shakespeare's day, and he uses it as cover for the third kind, which is covertly political, concerned with pressing issues arising from Tudor rule. With the passage of time awareness of the first and third kinds faded, so that the play has come to be understood simply as a wonderful sad love-story.

  9. "Romeo ja Julia" Liivimaa moodi? Barbara von Tiesenhauseni legend : ajalooline tagapõhi ja kirjanduslikud variatsioonid / Juhan Kreem, Liina Lukas

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    Kreem, Juhan

    2008-01-01

    Käsitletakse järgnevaid ilukirjanduslikke teoseid: Fr. R. Kreutzwaldi ballaadi "Das Fräulein von Borkholm", Th. H. Panteniuse romaani "Die von Kelles" (e.k. "Kelleste omad. Romaan Liivimaa minevikust"), Marie Underi ballaadi "Porkuni preili", Aino Kallase novelli "Barbara von Tiesenhusen" ja Maimu Bergi romaani "Kirjutajad"

  10. A Comparison of the English and Vietnamese Translation of Romeo and Juliet in Terms of Rhythm and Speech Patterns

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    Nhan V. Luong

    2015-01-01

    Translation is the bridge connecting languages, cultures, and people around the world throughout history, from past to present, in time and space. The quality of translation affects the closeness and tightness of those connections. A translation can cause misconceptions, contort tone, and misinterpret cultural references, while a translation can also bring a positive impression to foreign readers not only of the text, but also of the country, people, and culture of origin. In Translation Stud...

  11. Kuus TÜ teadlast sai riigi teaduspreemia

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    2013-01-01

    Eest Vabariigi aastapäeval pälvisid preemia täppisteaduste alal prof. Mikhail Brik, keemia ja molekulaarbioloogia alal prof. Jaanus Remme, arstiteaduse vallas prof-d Jaan Eha ning Mihkel Zilmer, geo- ja bioteaduste alal vanemteadur Peeter Hõrak, humanitaarteaduste alal vanemteadur Andres Tvauri

  12. Eesti ajaloolaste ülemaailmne auhind : dr. Artur Puksovi auhind 2003 / Helmut Piirimäe

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    Piirimäe, Helmut, 1930-

    2003-01-01

    Laureaadid: Enn Küng (monograafia "Rootsi majanduspoliitika Narva kaubanduse küsimuses 17. sajandi teisel poolel"); Anti Selart (monograafia "Liivimaa ja Vene 13. sajandil. Uurimus poliitilisest ajaloost"); Tiina Kala (raamat "Euroopa kirjakultuur hiliskeskaegsetes õppetekstides. Tallinna dominiiklase David Sliperi taskuraamat"); Juhan Kreem (monograafia "The Town and Its Lord: Reval and the Teutonic Order"); Andres Tvauri (monograafia "Muinas- Tartu Uurimus Tartu muinaslinnuse ja asula asustusajaloost")

  13. Proshtshalnõi privet Zhaku Derrida / Boris Tuch

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    Tuch, Boris, 1946-

    2004-01-01

    Postmodernistlikud uuslavastused : F. Kafka "Metamorfoos" Tallinna Linnateatris, lavastaja M. Koldits ja W. Shakespeare'i "Romeo ja Julia" moderniseeritud versioon "Julia", lavastaja Tiit Ojasoo, Eesti Draamateatris

  14. "Mul oli tunne, et sõidaksin nagu kihlusele" / Verni Leivak

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    Leivak, Verni, 1966-

    2002-01-01

    W. Shakespeare'i "Romeo ja Julia", Eesti Draamateatri Vene Draamateatri ühistööna, lavastaja A. Prosa, osades J. Rudina Peterburist ja M. Malmsten. Lisatud andmed külalisnäitleja J. Rudina ja "Romeo ja Julia" aluseks olnud linnalegendide kohta

  15. 47 CFR 80.1117 - Procedure for receipt and acknowledgement of distress alerts.

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    2010-10-01

    ..._locations.html. The ITU-R Recommendation can be purchased from the International Telecommunication Union... identification of the station sending the distress message, spoken three times; (3) The words THIS IS (or DE... station acknowledging receipt, spoken three times; (5) The word RECEIVED (or RRR spoken as ROMEO ROMEO...

  16. O True Apothecary: How Forensic Science Helps Solve a Classic Crime

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    Harper-Leatherman, Amanda S.; Miecznikowski, John R.

    2012-01-01

    As part of a university-wide project to explore Shakespeare's classic play, "Romeo and Juliet," from a variety of perspectives, an interdisciplinary talk was presented to the university community on the chemistry of the potions and poisons referenced in "Romeo and Juliet." To draw the multidisciplinary audience in and to teach…

  17. A Probabilistic Approach to Uncertainty Analysis in NTPR Radiation Dose Assessments

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    2009-11-01

    H+14.5 14.5 0.132 0.462 0.812 ROMEO2 H+39–H+77.5 77.5 1.000 1.000 1.000 Enewetak Island NECTAR H+12–H+14.7 14.7 0.543 0.781 0.971 REDWING ZUNI H...personnel stationed at Enewetak Atoll during Operation CASTLE were residual gamma radiation from fallout due to Shots BRAVO, ROMEO, and NECTAR ...for Shots BRAVO, ROMEO, and NECTAR . Ingestion rate and soil bulk density for incidental ingestion of soil and dust. The types of distributions

  18. Support open access publishing

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    Ekstrøm, Jeannette

    2013-01-01

    Projektet Support Open Access Publishing har til mål at få opdateret Sherpa/Romeo databasen (www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo) med fagligt relevante, danske tidsskrifter. Projektet skal endvidere undersøge mulighederne for at få udviklet en database, hvor forskere på tværs af relevante tidsskriftsinformati......Projektet Support Open Access Publishing har til mål at få opdateret Sherpa/Romeo databasen (www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo) med fagligt relevante, danske tidsskrifter. Projektet skal endvidere undersøge mulighederne for at få udviklet en database, hvor forskere på tværs af relevante...

  19. Julia - teater ja tõelisus / Luule Epner

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    Epner, Luule, 1953-

    2006-01-01

    W. Shakespeare'i "Romeo ja Julia" moderniseeritud versioon "Julia", lavastaja T. Ojasoo. Arvustus kirjut. etenduste põhjal, mis nähtud 26. okt. 2004, 3. veebr. ja 21. mail 2005. Kasut. kirjandus, lk. 113-114

  20. Ideaalteatri realavastus / Ivar Põllu

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    2004-01-01

    W. Shakespeare'i "Romeo ja Julia" moderniseeritud versioon "Julia", instseneerija, lavastaja ja muusikaline kujundaja T. Ojasoo, kaasinstseneerija ja kunstnik E.-L. Semper. Esietendus Eesti Draamateatris 8. okt

  1. Julia argipäev ja surm / Maris Johannes

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    Johannes, Maris, 1959-

    2004-01-01

    W. Shakespeare'i "Romeo ja Julia" moderniseeritud versioon "Julia", instseneerija, lavastaja ja muusikaline kujundaja T. Ojasoo, kaasinstseneerija ja kunstnik E.-L. Semper. Esietendus Eesti Draamateatris 8. okt

  2. Gorodskaja legenda stanet legendoi teatralnoi / Svetlana Jantshek

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    Jantshek, Svetlana

    2002-01-01

    W. Shakespeare'i "Romeo ja Julia" Vene Draamateatri ja Eesti Draamateatri koostööna, lavastaja A. Prosa, peaosades M. Malmsten ja J. Rudina Peterburist. Esietendus tselluloosikombinaadi seinte vahel 1. juunil

  3. Nashi na moksieivisko teatro dienos 2002

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    2002-01-01

    25. - 30. maini toimus Kaunases V rahvusvaheline teatrifestival "Kooliteatri päevad", millele oli kutsutud Vene Noorsooteater Aplaus. Esitati W. Shakespeare'i "Romeo ja Julia" ja L. Razumovskaja "Langenud inglid"

  4. Hämmingut, striptiisi ja naeru Baltoscandalilt / Tiiu Laks

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    Laks, Tiiu, 1984-

    2010-01-01

    Itaalia eksperimentaalse teatri lavastaja Romeo Castellucci lavastusest "Hey Girl" ning briti näitleja Ursula Martinezi lavastusest "My Stories Your E-mails" Rakveres 7.-10. juulini toimunud teatrifestivalil Baltiscandal

  5. Visit of Spanish Government delegation

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    1982-01-01

    A Spanish Government delegation visited CERN before Spain rejoined CERN as a Member State(in 1983). Delegates interested in advanced technologies visited the ISR workshop clean room, where Romeo Perin explained fabrication and properties of stainless steel, titanium and inconel components of vacuum chambers for experiments at the ISR. Left to right: Technical Director Giorgio Brianti, the Spanish Minister of Industry and Energy Mr.Ignacio Bayon Marine , Romeo Perin, a delegate and Director-General Herwig Schopper. See also 8202369.

  6. Information for contributors and readers for issue 4-2016 / Сообщение для партнеров и читателей за но. 4-2016 / Obaveštenje saradnicima i čitaocima za broj 4-2016

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    Nebojša N. Gaćeša

    2016-10-01

    Full Text Available DOAJ Seal awarded to the Military Technical Courier; SHERPA/RoMEO Database has coded the archiving policy of the Military Technical Courier according to the category: “Green RoMEO color” / DOAJ dodelio Vojnotehničkom glasniku oznaku „Seal” (Pečat; Baza podataka SHERPA/RoMEO verifikovala politiku arhiviranja Vojnotehničkog glasnika odrednicom “Green RoMEO color”

  7. Dynamics of the oil transition: Modeling capacity, depletion, and emissions

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    Brandt, Adam R.; Plevin, Richard J.; Farrell, Alexander E.

    2010-01-01

    The global petroleum system is undergoing a shift to substitutes for conventional petroleum (SCPs). The Regional Optimization Model for Emissions from Oil Substitutes, or ROMEO, models this oil transition and its greenhouse gas impacts. ROMEO models the global liquid fuel market in an economic optimization framework, but in contrast to other models it solves each model year sequentially, with investment and production optimized under uncertainty about future prevailing prices or resource quantities. ROMEO includes more hydrocarbon resource types than integrated assessment models of climate change. ROMEO also includes the carbon intensities and costs of production of these resources. We use ROMEO to explore the uncertainty of future costs, emissions, and total fuel production under a number of scenarios. We perform sensitivity analysis on the endowment of conventional petroleum and future carbon taxes. Results show incremental emissions from production of oil substitutes of ∼ 0-30 gigatonnes (Gt) of carbon over the next 50 years (depending on the carbon tax). Also, demand reductions due to the higher cost of SCPs could reduce or eliminate these increases. Calculated emissions are highly sensitive to the endowment of conventional oil and less sensitive to a carbon tax.

  8. 1893-IJBCS-Article-omowounmi sola

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    Some locally consumed fruits, sugarcane and wines sold in Ile-Ife, Nigeria, were investigated for their phenol content and antioxidant potential of the methanolic extracts with a view of exploring the health- ... contents with Baron D' Romeo Red wine (0.306 ± 0.014 mgGAE/ml) having the ..... An increased but moderate.

  9. Shakespeare 2004. aastal / Maris Peters

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    Peters, Maris

    2005-01-01

    Shakespeare'i lavastustest Eesti teatrites aastal 2004 : P. Pedajase "Suveöö unenägu" Eesti Draamateatris, L. Petersoni "Hamlet" Theatrumis, T. Ojasoo "Julia" Eesti Draamateatris ja A. Kivirähki "Romeo ja Julia " Tartu Sadamateatris. Samuti eesti keeles ilmunud D. Kennedy raamatust "Shakespeare ja stsenograafia"

  10. Vzgljad na Baltijskuju vesnu / Boris Tuch

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    Tuch, Boris, 1946-

    2005-01-01

    9.-15. V toimus Lätis Balti tänapäeva draama festival "View 2005". Läti ja Leedu lavastustest. Eestit esindasid kaks A. Kivirähki näidendit - "Romeo ja Julia" (Vanemuine, lav. M. Unt) ja "Eesti matus" (Draamateater, lav. P. Pedajas)

  11. Eesti tants rahvusvahelise ekspertiisi peeglis / Kristiina Garancis

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    Garancis, Kristiina, 1969-

    2004-01-01

    29.-31. okt. oli Tallinnas Rahvusvahelise Teatriinstituudi (ITI) ühe haruüksuse ehk tantsukomitee kokkusaamine, mille raames käidi vaatamas Estonia "Romeo ja Julia" ja "Bolero" proove ning "Luikede järve" etendust, külastati Fine 5 ja ZUGA tantsutruppi. Arvamusi avaldavad ka M. Stavrinides (Küpros) ja J. Roels (Holland)

  12. Footy, Gangs and Love: Using Auto-Ethnography to Problematise Practice on a Practicum

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    Bellamy, Roz

    2017-01-01

    This article was written as an auto ethnography, which allowed for a complex and personal exploration of professional standards, teachers' professional identities, neoliberal reforms, and approaches to literacy and creativity. This article reflects on a practicum which involved teaching Romeo and Juliet to two year nine classes at an all boys'…

  13. Metaphors as Second Labels: Difficult for Preschool Children?

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    Rubio-Fernández, Paula; Grassmann, Susanne

    2016-01-01

    This study investigates the development of two cognitive abilities that are involved in metaphor comprehension: implicit analogical reasoning and assigning an unconventional label to a familiar entity (as in Romeo's "Juliet is the sun"). We presented 3- and 4-year-old children with literal object-requests in a pretense setting (e.g.,…

  14. Tooge need Eestisse! : paar soovitust meie teatrifestivalide korraldajatele / Rait Avestik

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    Avestik, Rait, 1974-

    2005-01-01

    Tampere teatrisuve meeldejäävamad lavastused - Riia Uue Teatri lavastus "Pikk elu" (lav. A. Hermanis), Kasahstani teatri Art and shock lavastus "Back in U.S.S.R" (lav. G. Pjalova) ja Islandi Vesturport and Artboxi Shakespeare'i "Romeo ja Julia" G. Ö. Gardarssoni lavastuses

  15. One Chapter at a Time

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    Skinker, Cherish R.

    2016-01-01

    In this essay, veteran high school teacher Cherish R. Skinker recounts how she connected with hard-to-reach, struggling students in her 9th grade English classes. In a supportive classroom environment, Skinker's students explored the year-long theme of "a hero's journey" through texts like "The Odyssey" and "Romeo and…

  16. Starting with Shakespeare: Successfully Introducing Shakespeare to Children.

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    Nelson, Pauline; Daubert, Todd

    By immersing young learners in the life and times of Shakespeare and his characters, this book motivates students and helps them learn. It contains everything teachers need to introduce elementary students to four plays: "A Midsummer Night's Dream,""Macbeth,""Hamlet," and "Romeo and Juliet." For each play,…

  17. Introduction to Shakespeare: English.

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    Hargraves, Richard

    The "Introduction to Shakespeare" course in the Quinmester Program involves the careful study of the tragedy "Romeo and Juliet" and the comedy "The Taming of the Shrew," emphasizing language, development of character and theme. The course also includes the study of biographical data relevant to the evolution of…

  18. Filtering Shakespeare Teaching through Curricular Commonplaces

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    Rice, Mary

    2012-01-01

    Schwab (1978) argued that curriculum emerged in the commonplaces of teacher, learner, subject matter and milieu. It was in these four frames that I narratively explored my own development as an English teacher and curriculum planner around Shakespeare's work, particularly "The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet." In this narrative, I relate four…

  19. Student Voices: How Has Performing Shakespeare Helped You Appreciate His Work?

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    Almansouri, Orubba; Balian, Aram S.; Sawdy, Jessica

    2009-01-01

    In this article, three students share how performing in Shakespearean plays have helped them appreciate his work. Orubba Almansouri describes how acting out the play "Romeo and Juliet" allowed him to understand the whole story better. While rehearsing and performing "A Midsummer Night's Dream," Aram S. Balian became a true Shakespeare fan,…

  20. Genetics Home Reference: otulipenia

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    ... Zhou Q, Yu X, Demirkaya E, Deuitch N, Stone D, Tsai WL, Kuehn HS, Wang H, Yang D, Park YH, Ombrello AK, Blake M, Romeo T, Remmers EF, Chae JJ, Mullikin JC, Güzel F, Milner JD, Boehm M, Rosenzweig SD, Gadina M, Welch SB, Özen S, Topaloglu R, Abinun M, Kastner DL, Aksentijevich I. Biallelic hypomorphic ...

  1. Triennaali peavõidu sai Andres Tali

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    2001-01-01

    Tallinna 12. graafikatriennaalist. Peapreemia A. Tali tööle "Romeo ja Julia". Teisi premeeritud: Peeter Laurits, Ülle Marks, Jüri Kass, Vive Tolli, soomlane Janne Laine, lätlased Leonardas Laganovskis, Maltius Ratniks, Juris Boiko, Tif Bitmap

  2. What's in a name? : Why these proteins are intrinsically disordered: Why these proteins are intrinsically disordered

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    Dunker, A Keith; Babu, M Madan; Barbar, Elisar; Blackledge, Martin; Bondos, Sarah E; Dosztányi, Zsuzsanna; Dyson, H Jane; Forman-Kay, Julie; Fuxreiter, Monika; Gsponer, Jörg; Han, Kyou-Hoon; Jones, David T; Longhi, Sonia; Metallo, Steven J; Nishikawa, Ken; Nussinov, Ruth; Obradovic, Zoran; Pappu, Rohit V; Rost, Burkhard; Selenko, Philipp; Subramaniam, Vinod; Sussman, Joel L; Tompa, Peter; Uversky, Vladimir N

    2013-01-01

    "What's in a name? That which we call a rose By any other name would smell as sweet." From "Romeo and Juliet", William Shakespeare (1594) This article opens a series of publications on disambiguation of the basic terms used in the field of intrinsically disordered proteins. We start from the

  3. Un proiect de reformă a învățământului superior a bulversat mediul academic din RM

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    Turcan, Romeo V.

    2016-01-01

    In this article, Romeo V. Turcan was interviewed about the aftermath and sustainability of the EUniAM project he coordinated and implemented in Moldova between 2012-2015. Current and former ministers of education, university rectors, head of academy of science were also interviewed expressing the...

  4. Some Days Are Golden.

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    Robinson, Lee Bolton

    1993-01-01

    Describes an approach to teaching William Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" utilizing a dramatic sequence of events and focusing on grudges and hatred. Outlines eight steps to be undertaken in presenting this dramatic work. Ends with workshop participant comments, all favorable. (HB)

  5. Tartu Ülikooli uued audoktorid

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    2003-01-01

    Tartu Ülikooli uued audoktorid on: Wilfried Schlüter, Liisa Marjatta Ahtee, Hans Hilmar Goebel, Tapani Ruutu, Jürgen Mittelstrass, Keijo Aarre Virtanen, Giovanni Romeo, José Luis Abbud Mas, Svennik Haeyer, Björn Wittrock

  6. Hetki suvisest teatriuputusest / Jaak Allik

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    Allik, Jaak, 1946-

    2008-01-01

    Lühidalt suvelavastustest "Wargamäe Wabariik", "Ruja", "Keiserlik kokk", "Vahepeatus", "Pikk päevatee kaob öösse", "Ma olen iseenda naine", "Džinnimäng", "Klaver", "Romeo ja Julia", "Rasputin", "Ohver", "Ernesaks ja Oamats"

  7. Riia - Torun. Järelmõtteid kahelt festivalilt / Boris Tuch ; tõlk. Madis Kolk

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    Tuch, Boris, 1946-

    2005-01-01

    "Balti teatrikevad" Riias ja "Kontakt" Torunis. Lähemalt lavastustest : M. Ivashkeviciuse "Madagaskar" (lav. R. Tuminas), "White Star" (lav. L. Pauwels), A. Kivirähki "Romeo ja Julia"(lav. M. Unt) ja "Eesti matus" (lav. P. Pedajas), "Kutse ihunuhtlusele" (E. Freibergs), V. Sigarevi "Must piim" (lav. P. Gothar), I. Võrõpajevi "Eksistents number kaks" (lav. V. Rõzhakov), "Macbeth" (lav. M. Kleczewska)

  8. The DiskMass Survey. VIII. On the Relationship between Disk Stability and Star Formation

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    Westfall, Kyle B.; Andersen, David R.; Bershady, Matthew A.; Martinsson, Thomas P. K.; Swaters, Robert A.; Verheijen, Marc A. W.

    2014-01-01

    We study the relationship between the stability level of late-type galaxy disks and their star-formation activity using integral-field gaseous and stellar kinematic data. Specifically, we compare the two-component (gas+stars) stability parameter from Romeo & Wiegert (Q RW), incorporating stellar

  9. Šoti kunstnik Tallinnas / Tiina Tammet

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    Tammet, Tiina, 1971-

    1998-01-01

    9. veebruarist Draakoni galeriis avatud šoti kunstniku Charles Cusick Smithi (1957) tööde näitusest. Glasgow's sündinud kunstnik ja disainer on pühendanud end teatrile. 12. veebr. "Estonias" esietendunud M. Murdmaa "Romeo ja Julia" on Smithi kujundatud. Ka kunstniku vabalooming on inspireeritud teatrist.

  10. Honduran-U.S. Relations

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    2009-11-23

    deputies to the National Congress, and a third for municipal elections. 8 “Llegó el día de verdad,” El Tiempo (Honduras) June 28, 2009. 9 “Constitutional...Edmundo Orellana Mercado and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Romeo Vasquez Velasquez after they informed him that the Honduran military would

  11. Fuzzy path tracking and position estimation of autonomous vehicles using differential GPS

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    Rodríguez Castaño, Ángel; Heredia Benot, José Guillermo; Ollero Baturone, Aníbal

    2000-01-01

    This paper presents an autonomous vehicle position estimation system based on GPS, that uses a fuzzy sensor fusion technique. A fuzzy path tracking algorithm is also proposed. Both systems have been implemented in the ROMEO-4R vehicle developed at the University of Seville.

  12. Mолдова в поисках брэнда

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    Turcan, Romeo V.

    2008-01-01

    In this magazine article Romeo V. Turcan discusses the need and the urgency to develop, in co-operation with both the private and public sectors, a dynamic national brand for the Republic of Moldova, as well as an international marketing strategy to efficiently and effectively promote this brand...

  13. Gerli Padar läheb Eurovisioonile. Eurolaulu valiti 1,3 miljoni miljoni eest

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    2007-01-01

    3. veebr. toimunud laulukonkursi Eurolaul 2007 võitis . Gerli Padar lauluga "Partners in Crime" (helilooja Hendrik Sal-Saller, sõnad Berit Veiber), teisele kohale jäi "Romeo ja Julia" Hele Kõre ja Kristjan Kasearu esituses, kolmandale Laura looga "Sunflowers". Telefonihääletusest ETV saates Eurolaul 2007

  14. Spanish Government delegation in the ISR workshop clean room

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    1982-01-01

    A Spanish Government delegation visited CERN before Spain rejoined CERN as a Member State(in 1983). Some delegates were particularly interested in advanced technologies. The picture shows them in the ISR workshop clean room looking at components of vacuum chambers for experiments. From left to right: a delegate, Director-General Herwig Schopper demonstrating the lightness of a titanium chamber, another delegate, the Spanish Minister of Industry and Energy Mr.Ignacio Bayon Marine and Romeo Perin. See also 8202369.

  15. Autism and transition to work: a thematic analysis of service user experiences

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    Brockwell, Tom

    2013-01-01

    Introduction This study investigates the experiences of individuals with autism spectrum conditions (ASC) as they experienced transition into employment in the UK. The high prevalence of ASC has led to increased social and economic pressures (Gerhardt & Lainer, 2010), with the estimated yearly cost to the UK for each individual at £90,000 (Knapp, Romeo & Beecham, 2007). Employment may help to reduce economic pressures, benefit individuals and society (Howlin, Alcock & Burkin, 2005). Indivi...

  16. Festival kui uurimus inimesest / Kristo Kruusman

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    Kruusman, Kristo

    2005-01-01

    Rahvusvahelisest teatrifestivalist Sirenos, mis toimus 24. sept. 3. okt. Vilniuses. G. Varnase lavastused Kaunase Draamateatris : F. Dostojevski "Kuritöö ja karistus" ja J.-L. Lagarce'i "Kauge maa" ; O. Korshunovase lavastused: W. Shakespeare'i "Romeo ja Julia" Oskaras Korshunovase Teatris ja M. von Mayenburgi "Külm laps" Klaipeda Teatris ; W. Shakespeare'i "Kuningas Lear " Rahvuslikus Draamateatris V. Masalskise lavastuses

  17. Backshoring of Danish manufacturing companies: A learning process perspective

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    Gustafson, Lasse; Pesoutova, Katerina; Turcan, Romeo V.

    2017-01-01

    The article summarizes a Master Thesis undertook in 2017 by Lasse Gustafson and Katerina Pesoutova, MSc students at International Business Centre at Aalborg University, supervised by Romeo V. Turcan. Rethinking previous Offshoring strategies and bringing production back home is a trend that more...... with the focus on Danish manufacturing companies in Northern Jutland. The findings are based on interviews conducted with companies in the region....

  18. 3D future internet media

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    Dagiuklas, Tasos

    2014-01-01

    This book describes recent innovations in 3D media and technologies, with coverage of 3D media capturing, processing, encoding, and adaptation, networking aspects for 3D Media, and quality of user experience (QoE). The main contributions are based on the results of the FP7 European Projects ROMEO, which focus on new methods for the compression and delivery of 3D multi-view video and spatial audio, as well as the optimization of networking and compression jointly across the Future Internet (www.ict-romeo.eu). The delivery of 3D media to individual users remains a highly challenging problem due to the large amount of data involved, diverse network characteristics and user terminal requirements, as well as the user’s context such as their preferences and location. As the number of visual views increases, current systems will struggle to meet the demanding requirements in terms of delivery of constant video quality to both fixed and mobile users. ROMEO will design and develop hybrid-networking solutions that co...

  19. El cuento: Marcelo y el fantasma

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    Néstor Madrid Malo

    1966-01-01

    Full Text Available Al lado de su madre, que manejaba velozmente el rojo Alfa Romeo, Marcelo sentía ese grato sabor que el obtenido triunfo o los realizados deseos dejaban siempre en su paladar. Así como este, en su gustativa confabulación con la lengua, le proporcionaba dulces del icias o amargos suplicios -según fueran estimulados por un exquisito postre o por un detestable remedio- así también sus estados de ánimo se trasuntaban en su boca en forma de sabores, que él había aprendido a conocer por la densidad de la saliva.

  20. Book Presentation | 27 February

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    2013-01-01

    "A caccia del bosone di Higgs. Magneti, governi, scienziati e particelle nell'impresa scientifica del secolo" by Luciano Maiani and Romeo Bassoli, published by Mondadori. On Wednesday 27 February Luciano Maiani will present the book "A caccia del bosone di Higgs. Magneti, governi, scienziati e particelle nell'impresa scientifica del secolo". More information here. The presentation will take place in the Council Chamber at 16.00 and will be followed by a debate and book signing. The book will be on sale. You are cordially invited.

  1. Möirgavad skulptuurid / Robert Koistinen, Jussi Nieminen, Aimo Niemi

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    Koistinen, Robert

    2010-01-01

    Suur sportautode võrdlustest "Scandinavian Sports Car of the Year 2010": Alfa Romeo Mito Quadrifoglio Verde; Audi R8 V10 Spyder; Audi RS 5; BMW Z4 sDrive35is; Ford Mustang Shelby GT500; Honda CR-Z; Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Superleggera; Mazda3 MPS; Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG; Mitsubishi Lancer Ralliart; Opel Insignia OPC; Peugeot RCZ THP 200; Porsche 911 Turbo; Porsche Boxster Spyder; Porsche Panamera Turbo; Renault Mégane RS; Seat Ibiza Cupra; Seat Leon Cupra R; Volkswagen Scirocco R

  2. Akrobaatiline armastuslugu, rämesotsiaalsus ja laevakajut / Ott Karulin

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    Karulin, Ott, 1980-

    2005-01-01

    8.-14. augustini toimunud Tampere teatrifestivalist. Pikemalt lavastustest : "Romeo ja Julia" (Islandi trupp Vesturport & Artbox), "La Strada" (F. Fellini filmi vabaõhuversioon, Stockholms Stadsteatern/Parkteatern), "Solaris" (Commander. productions & Forum Freies Theater, filmi lavaversioon), "Kolm õde" kahes lavastuses, (Teatrul Andrei Muresanu, lav. R. Afrim ja Kajaani Linnateater, lav. K. Smeds), L. Klemola "Kokkola" (Tampere Teater), "Back in U.S.S.R" (Kasahstani teater Art & Shock), M. Ivashkevièiuse "Malõsh" (Oskaras Korshunovase Teater) ja islandlase J. A. Jonassoni "Brim"

  3. Kiire lugu / Robert Koistinen ja Aimo Niemi

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    Koistinen, Robert

    2016-01-01

    Sportautode võrdlus: Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio, Audi R8 V10 Plus, BMW M2, Cadillac ATS-V Coupé, Ford Focus RS, Honda Civic Type R, Jaguar F-Type 3,0 V6 AWD Coupé, Lamborghini Huracan LP 580-2, Mazda MX-5 2,0 Sport, McLaren 570S, McLaren 675LT, Mercedes-AMG A 45, Mercedes-AMG C 63 S Coupé, Opel Corsa OPC, Peugeot 308 GTi, Polaris Slingshot SL, Porsche 718 Boxster S, Porsche 911 GT3 RS, Volkswagen Golf GTI Clubsport, Volvo S60 Polestar

  4. Suvised sportautod / Robert Koistinen, Aimo Niemi

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    Koistinen, Robert

    2014-01-01

    TM võrdleb: Abarth 595 Competizion, Alfa Romeo 4C, Audi S1 Sportback, Audi S3 Sedan, Audi RS Q3, BMW M235i, BMW M3, BMW M4, Chevrolet Corvette C7 Stingray, Jaguar F-Type R Coupé, Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4, McLaren 650S Spider, Mercedes-Benz A 45 AMG, Mini Cooper S, Peugeot RCZ, R Porsche 911 Turbo S, Porsche Macan Turbo, Seat Leon SC Cupra, Subaru WRX STI, Toyota GT86 TRD, Volkswagen Golf R, Volkswagen Polo R WRC

  5. Laiad rehvid ja lõvihääl / Jussa Nieminen, Robert Koistinen, Aimo Niemi

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    Nieminen, Jussa

    2011-01-01

    TM võrdleb sportautosid: Alfa Romeo Giulietta Quadrifoglio Verde; Audi R8 GT Replica; Audi A1 1,4 TFSI; BMW 1. seeria M Coupé; Cadillac CTS-V Wagon; Chevrolet Camaro SS A; Citroën DS3 Racing; Ferrari 458 Italia; Hyundai Genesis Coupe; Mazda MX-5 Takara Edition; Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Edition; Mercedes-Benz CLS 63 AMG; Mini Cooper S Countryman All4; Porsche 911 Turbo S; Porsche Cayman R; Saab 9-5 2,8T Aero XWD; Škoda Fabia RS; Subaru STI Racing; Volkswagen Polo GTI; Volvo V60 T6 R-Design Polestar

  6. A case study to estimate thermal conductivity of ABS in Cold Climate Chamber

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    Mughal, Umair Najeeb; Makarova, Marina; Virk, Muhammad Shakeel; Polanco Pinerez, Geanette

    2015-01-01

    Open Access (Romeo Green journal), publishers version / PDF may be used http://www.scirp.org/journal/wjet/ Non steady state thermal conductivity of ABS was estimated using an analytical approach in a Cold Climate Chamber at ?10?C and ?14?C. Two hollow cylinders of ABS of varying thickness were used to estimate the conductivity. The material was porous but the porosity was unknown. This paper is a case study to understand, if it is reasonable to estimate the thermal conductivity using th...

  7. Journal personnel du festival d'Avignon / Ott Karulin

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    Karulin, Ott, 1980-

    2007-01-01

    Avignoni teatrifestival 2007. Lavastustest: "Noor tüdruk pommiga" ("La jeune fille a la bombe"), lavastaja Christophe Fiat; "Dinozord: The Dialogue Series III", lavastaja Faustin Linyekula; Paul Claudeli "L'Echange" ("Vahetus"), lavastaja Julie Brochen; "Hey girl!" ("Hei, tüdruk!"), lavastaja Romeo Castellucci; "Machine sans cible'it" ("Sihita masin"), lavastaja Gildas Milin; Tony Kushneri "Inglid Ameerikas" I ja II, lavastaja Krzysztof Warlikowski; tantsuetendus "36, Avenue Georges Mandel", lavastaja Raimund Hoghe; Rene Chari "Feuillets d'Hypnos" ("Hypnose lehed"), lavastaja Frederic Fisbach; Ivan Võrõpajevi ja Antonina Velikanova "Genees nr 2", lavastaja Galin Stojev

  8. SHAKESPEARE AO QUADRADO NA WEBQUEST: UMA PROPOSTA DE REFLEXÃO A PARTIR DO GÊNERO HQ

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    Paulo Henrique Espuri

    2016-12-01

    Full Text Available Este trabalho apresenta uma proposta didática para ensino de língua inglesa no Ensino Médio por meio de uma Webquest, elaborada em torno das inter-relações entre a peça Romeo and Juliet de Shakespeare e sua versão adaptada para gênero história em quadrinhos (SOUZA; SILVA, 1997.  Mais especificamente, essa proposta objetiva refletir sobre diferentes significados que subjazem a uma versão contemporânea adaptada para o gênero história em quadrinhos de Romeo and Juliet em comparação com outras adaptações da obra, que contam com diferentes contextos de produção e sistemas semióticos. As potencialidades apresentadas nesta proposta indicam que é possível propiciar novas possibilidades para o ensino de língua inglesa, de modo a contextualizá-lo a partir dos recursos oferecidos pelas TIC.

  9. Shakespeare arean hypertexts in communist Bulgaria Shakespeare arean hypertexts in communist Bulgaria

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    Alexander Shurbanov

    2008-04-01

    Full Text Available Since the first days of the reception of Shakespeare’s work in Bulgaria during the second half of the nineteenth century down to the present time two of his tragedies, Romeo and Juliet and Hamlet, have held an unrivalled sway on the national stage and over the people’s minds. Another one, Othello, was produced very frequently in the beginning, though often by non-Bulgarian troupes, and yet another, Macbeth, was a set text at the schools for many decades but rarely took the fancy of theatre directors and audiences. Since the first days of the reception of Shakespeare’s work in Bulgaria during the second half of the nineteenth century down to the present time two of his tragedies, Romeo and Juliet and Hamlet, have held an unrivalled sway on the national stage and over the people’s minds. Another one, Othello, was produced very frequently in the beginning, though often by non-Bulgarian troupes, and yet another, Macbeth, was a set text at the schools for many decades but rarely took the fancy of theatre directors and audiences.

  10. Connected media in the future Internet era

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    Dagiuklas, Tasos

    2017-01-01

    This book describes recent innovations in 3D media and technologies, with coverage of 3D media capturing, processing, encoding, and adaptation, networking aspects for 3D Media, and quality of user experience (QoE). The contributions are based on the results of the FP7 European Project ROMEO, which focuses on new methods for the compression and delivery of 3D multi-view video and spatial audio, as well as the optimization of networking and compression jointly across the future Internet. The delivery of 3D media to individual users remains a highly challenging problem due to the large amount of data involved, diverse network characteristics and user terminal requirements, as well as the user’s context such as their preferences and location. As the number of visual views increases, current systems will struggle to meet the demanding requirements in terms of delivery of consistent video quality to fixed and mobile users. ROMEO will present hybrid networking solutions that combine the DVB-T2 and DVB-NGH broadcas...

  11. Novel 3D media technologies

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    Dagiuklas, Tasos

    2015-01-01

    This book describes recent innovations in 3D media and technologies, with coverage of 3D media capturing, processing, encoding, and adaptation, networking aspects for 3D Media, and quality of user experience (QoE). The contributions are based on the results of the FP7 European Project ROMEO, which focuses on new methods for the compression and delivery of 3D multi-view video and spatial audio, as well as the optimization of networking and compression jointly across the future Internet. The delivery of 3D media to individual users remains a highly challenging problem due to the large amount of data involved, diverse network characteristics and user terminal requirements, as well as the user’s context such as their preferences and location. As the number of visual views increases, current systems will struggle to meet the demanding requirements in terms of delivery of consistent video quality to fixed and mobile users. ROMEO will present hybrid networking solutions that combine the DVB-T2 and DVB-NGH broadcas...

  12. On special training for correct deposition of semen.

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    Dyrendahl, I

    1980-11-01

    The semen volume used in AI has been reduced during recent years from 1.0-1.2 ml with fluid semen to 0.5 ml with medium straws and to 0.25 ml with ministraws. According correct deposition has become more important. Low fertility results attained by some technicians is often due to failure of precision in deposition. A special insemination syringe "Romeo" has been constructed in order to observe and correct this factor in the field work. The syringe can be fixed in the cervix after it is placed in the supposedly correct position. An instructor can then check the position, and there can be a dialogue about mistakes between instructor and technician. The instrument can also be used in the same way for training on slaughter animals of technicians who have repeatedly placed the brand mark of the ordinary searing syringe wrongly.

  13. Neuromorphic olfaction neuromorphic olfaction

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    Persaud, Krishna C; Marco, Santiago

    2016-01-01

    Engineering Aspects of Olfaction; Krishna C. PersaudStudy of the Coding Efficiency of Populations of OlfactoryReceptor Neurons and Olfactory Glomeruli; Agustín Gutiérrez-Gálvez and Santiago MarcoMimicking Biological Olfaction with Very Large ChemicalArrays; Mara Bernabei, Romeo Beccherelli, Emiliano Zampetti,Simone Pantalei, and Krishna C. PersaudThe Synthetic Moth: A Neuromorphic Approach towardArtificial Olfaction in Robots; Vasiliki Vouloutsi, Lucas L. Lopez-Serrano,Zenon Mathews, Alex Escuredo Chimeno, Andrey Ziyatdinov, Alexandre Perera i Lluna, Sergi Bermúdez i Badia, and Paul F. M. J. Verschure Reactive and Cognitive Search Strategies for Olfactory Robots; Dominique Martinez and Eduardo Martin MoraudPerformance of a Computational Model of the MammalianOlfactory System; Simon Benjaminsson, Pawel Herman, and Anders LansnerIndex.

  14. Le cas K. Königsberg, Kant, Kaliningrad… K, ou la métamorphose!

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    Michel Deguy

    2012-05-01

    Full Text Available «What’s in a name? », asked themselves Romeo and Juliet (II, ii: 45, forced by the patronymic logic of discrepancy, more powerful than that of a shared love. Within the heart of Europe after WWII, even The Name Berlin, written by Maurice Blanchot in an article for the “Gulliver”, a magazine owned by Italo Calvino and Elio Vittorini, is a place of disunion and metamorphosis – of amnesia – of those that, speaking the same language, transitioned from one world to another, from one story to another, from East to West. Today such metamorphosis is testified by Köningsberg, the city of Kant, the Moses of Europe according to Hölderlin, renamed Kaliningrad, by Kalinin, the bloody follower of Stalin. How is it possible to repeat and bring back to memory our cosmopolitan toponymy of our Modern world when facing such a complex picture of envisioning and oblivion of our present time?

  15. The Circulation of Shakespeare Adaptations in Eastern Europe

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    Nicolaescu Mădălina

    2014-02-01

    Full Text Available The paper discusses the stage adaptations of Shakespeare's Hamlet and Romeo and Juliet that were circulated in the German Länders and the Habsburg Empire in the late 18th and early 19th century. The various forms of re-writing Shakespeare are linked with processes re-contextualizing the text and are discussed as forms of localizing a transnational Shakespeare. The analysis zooms in on the contexts of performance of the German adaptations in two Transylvanian cities. The paper highlights the cultural and linguistic negotiations performed when further translating the already multilayered rewritings of the Shakespearean text and focuses on a Romanian translation of a German adaptation of Hamlet.

  16. A Fábrica Nacional de Motores (FNM e a Pré-história da Implantação da Indústria Automobilística no Brasil do Ponto de Vista da Teoria Ator-Rede

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    Eduardo Paiva Nazareth

    2004-01-01

    Full Text Available La planta nacional de Motores (FNM pertenece a la pre-historia de la tecnología brasileña en el sector de Automotriz. Fue creada para fabricar el motor para los aeroplanos, durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Posteriormente fue convertida en una industria de automotriz a través de acuerdos de cooperación tecnológica con los italianos, para la producción de sus camiones y automóviles. Su agotamiento sucedió con su controvertida venta para la alfa de Romeo, en 1968. Con el objetivo de abordar la Teoría del actor red, la investigación se propone delinear e identificar una narrativa histórica capaz de anteponerse a la considerada reputación asimétrica de la FNM.

  17. Kiired ja ilusad / Robert Koistinen ja Aimo Niemi

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    Koistinen, Robert

    2015-01-01

    Sportautode võrdlus: Abarth 695 Biposto, Alfa Romeo 4C Spider, Audi RS 3 Sportback, Audi TTS Coupé S tronic, Bentley Continental GT Speed, BMW M235i xDrive, BMW X6 M, BMW i8, Cadillac ATS Coupé 2,0T, Chevrolet Corvette Coupé Z06, Ford Focus ST 2,0 Ecoboost, Ford Mustang 5,0 V8 GT Fastback, Mercedes-AMG C 63 S, Mercedes-AMG GT S, Mini Hatchback JCW A, Nissan 370Z Nismo, Nissan GT-R, Opel Adam S, Porsche Cayman GT4, Porsche 911 Carrera 4 GTS, Porsche 911 GT3 RS, Range Rover Sport 5,0 V8 S/C SVR, Renault Megane R.S. 275 Trophy-R, Seat Leon ST Cupra 280 DSG

  18. A Comparative Talk on the Translating Name of the Novel%《红楼梦》英译名比较谈

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    詹蓓

    2002-01-01

    《红楼梦》在国外的流传和影响,与它本身的艺术价值和文学史地位颇不相称。国人对莎士比亚William Shakespeare及其作品《仲夏夜之梦》(A Midsummer Night’s Dream)、《罗密欧与朱丽叶》(Romeo and Juliet)和《哈姆雷特》(Hamlet)的熟悉程度,远胜于西方读者对曹雪芹和《红楼梦》的了解和认识。如何进行等值翻译,忠实地再现作者的原创意图、文采风范,处理好艺术特征与相关概

  19. New in Town

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    Shield, Andrew DJ

    2017-01-01

    As an exploratory study of recent immigrants’ uses of and experiences on gay geosocial dating platforms in the greater Copenhagen area, this chapter analyses profile texts on Grindr and PlanetRomeo, and gives voice to ten recent immigrants who use these platforms. The first research ques- tion...... relates to the ways users form offline social networks through these media; in this regard, gay dating platforms can be viewed as ‘social media’ not unlike mainstream social networking sites. The second research ques- tion relates to discussions of race and exclusion online; with regard to the ways some...... users transform their public profiles into soapboxes to broadcast political messages, these gay dating platforms – not unlike YouTube and Facebook – can also be spaces for social media activism....

  20. Autod jõuluöös / Tapio Koisaari

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    Koisaari, Tapio

    2011-01-01

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  1. 18 autoga jääl & lumes / Tapio Koisaari

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    Koisaari, Tapio

    2010-01-01

    Suur talveautode võrdlus: Alfa Romeo Mito 1,4 MultiAir; BMW 535i Gran Turismo; Citroën C3 Picasso VTi 120; Dacia Logan MCV 1,6 16V; Ford Ka 1,2 Titanium; Honda Insight 1,3 Elegance; Hyundai i20 1,4 Comfort; Kia Soul 1,6 EX; Mazda3 1,6; Mercedes-Benz E 200 CGI; Opel Astra Sport 1,4 Turbo; Peugeot 3008 Premium 1,6 THP; Seat Exeo 2,0 TSI Style; Škoda Yeti 1,2 TSI Experience; Subaru Legacy 2,0 R; Suzuki Alto 1,0 GL; Toyota Prius 1,8 HSD Premium; Volkswagen Polo 1,2 TSI

  2. LITERARY ACTIVITY OF BORIS PASTERNAK IN CHISTOPOL

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    Galimova, K.N.

    2017-12-01

    Full Text Available The article is devoted to the special stage in the life and work of the world-famous Russian poet, novelist and Literature Nobel Prize winner Boris Pasternak in his three-year evacuation during the World War II in a small town on the Kama River – Chistopol. Special attention is paid to the period of his life when Boris Pasternak was performing a lot of translation work. Within the first two months living in Chistopol the poet translated the play "Romeo and Juliet" by Shakespeare, and then the great cycle of poems by Juliusz Slowacki, runes, the tragedy of Mary Stuart by Shiller. At the same time he brings to life a great idea he had planned long before – the translation of "Antony and Cleopatra". It is also shown that the sketches and drafts of the novel "Doctor Zhivago" which is considered to be the peak of his creative work, had also been prepared in Chistopol.

  3. 'Love of the heart': romantic love among young mothers in Mali.

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    Sølbeck, Ditte Enemark

    2010-05-01

    This paper calls attention to an ideal of romantic love among young unmarried mothers in Mali. It demonstrates that romantic love constitutes a motivating force for the agency of young Malian mothers who invest themselves in hopes of romantic outcomes from their relationships. Like the majority of people in Mali, the young mothers in this study dedicated a considerable time each weekday to watching a Venezuelan soap opera, which could be regarded as offering a modern version of Romeo and Juliet. Yet, romance is not the only thing that matters in young mothers' ideals of love. Materiality plays an important role as well. Thus, young mothers have multiple motives for engaging in relationships with men: they seek both romance and material stability, which is why an either love or exchange perspective is insufficient when examining the topic of romantic love in a Malian context.

  4. Greenhouse gas impacts of declining hydrocarbon resource quality: Depletion, dynamics, and process emissions

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    Brandt, Adam Robert

    This dissertation explores the environmental and economic impacts of the transition to hydrocarbon substitutes for conventional petroleum (SCPs). First, mathematical models of oil depletion are reviewed, including the Hubbert model, curve-fitting methods, simulation models, and economic models. The benefits and drawbacks of each method are outlined. I discuss the predictive value of the models and our ability to determine if one model type works best. I argue that forecasting oil depletion without also including substitution with SCPs results in unrealistic projections of future energy supply. I next use information theoretic techniques to test the Hubbert model of oil depletion against five other asymmetric and symmetric curve-fitting models using data from 139 oil producing regions. I also test the assumptions that production curves are symmetric and that production is more bell-shaped in larger regions. Results show that if symmetry is enforced, Gaussian production curves perform best, while if asymmetry is allowed, asymmetric exponential models prove most useful. I also find strong evidence for asymmetry: production declines are consistently less steep than inclines. In order to understand the impacts of oil depletion on GHG emissions, I developed the Regional Optimization Model for Emissions from Oil Substitutes (ROMEO). ROMEO is an economic optimization model of investment and production of fuels. Results indicate that incremental emissions (with demand held constant) from SCPs could be 5-20 GtC over the next 50 years. These results are sensitive to the endowment of conventional oil and not sensitive to a carbon tax. If demand can vary, total emissions could decline under a transition because the higher cost of SCPs lessens overall fuel consumption. Lastly, I study the energetic and environmental characteristics of the in situ conversion process, which utilizes electricity to generate liquid hydrocarbons from oil shale. I model the energy inputs and outputs

  5. Robots in P.W.R. nuclear powerplants

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    Dubourg, M.

    1987-01-01

    The satisfactory operation of 37 900-MWe PWR powerplants in France, Belgium and South-Africa and the start-up of 1300 MWe powerplants allowed the development of a wide range of automatic units and robots for the periodic maintenance of nuclear plants, reducing the risk of ionizing radiation for the personnel. A large number of automated tools have been built. Among them: - inspection and maintenance systems for the tube bundle of steam generators, - robotized arms ROTETA and ROMEO for the heavy maintenance and delicate operations such as tube extraction or shot peening of tubes to improve their resistance to corrosion; - the versatile manipulator T.A.M. with electrically controlled articulations. The development of functionally versatile tools and robots and the integration of new technologies such as 3-D vision allowed the construction of the self-guided vehicle FRASTAR capable of moving within a nuclear building and in a cluttered environment. This vehicle includes means for avoiding isolated obstacles and can move on stairs [fr

  6. Suveteater kui bränd ja trend. Teatrisuvi 2006 / Jaak Allik

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    Allik, Jaak, 1946-

    2006-01-01

    Suvelavastustest: "Vargamäe kuningriik" A. H. Tammsaare "Tõe ja õiguse" I ja V osa ainetel Endla teatri ja Rakvere Teatri ühisprojekt Vargamäel (lavastaja Jaanus Rohumaa), Urmas Lennuk "Koidula" Emajõe Suveteatris (lavastaja Andres Dvinjaninov), "Romeo & Julia" Eesti Nuku- ja Noorsooteatris (lavastaja Andres Dvinjaninov), Andrus Kivirähk "Sürrealistid" Viinistus (lavastaja Hendrik Toompere jun), Mart Kivastik "Kits viiuli ja õngega" Viinistus (lavastaja Raimo Pass), Jaan Kross "Vastutuulelaev" Naissaarel (lavastaja Aleksander Eelmaa), Alfred Jarry "Kuningas Ubu" Teater NO99 Haapsalu Kiltsi lennuvälja angaarides (lavastajad Ene-Liis Semper ja Tiit Ojasoo), Mart Laar ja Lauri Vahtre "Minust jäävad ainult laulud" Munamäe nõlval (lavastaja Tõnu Lensment), A. H. Tammsaare - H. Rekkor "Tõde:ei:õigus" Vargamäe aidas (lavastaja Helen Rekkor), Rudolf Reiman "Painaja" Leigo Järveteatris (lavastajad Jaan Tooming ja Anne Türnpu), Brian Friel "Kodukoht" Eesti Draamateater Keila-Joa mõisas (lavastaja Priit Pedajas), A. Tshehhov - P. Tammearu "Kolm klaasikest kirsiviina" Ugala tiigi kaldal (lavastaja Peeter Tammearu), Jaan Tätte "Kaev" Tallinna Linnateatri siseõues (lavastaja Indrek Sammul), Jim Ashilev "Nagu poisid vihma käes" Endla teater Muuseumiaidas (lavastaja Andres Noormets)

  7. Structure and navigation for electronic publishing

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    Tillinghast, John; Beretta, Giordano B.

    1998-01-01

    The sudden explosion of the World Wide Web as a new publication medium has given a dramatic boost to the electronic publishing industry, which previously was a limited market centered around CD-ROMs and on-line databases. While the phenomenon has parallels to the advent of the tabloid press in the middle of last century, the electronic nature of the medium brings with it the typical characteristic of 4th wave media, namely the acceleration in its propagation speed and the volume of information. Consequently, e-publications are even flatter than print media; Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet share the same computer screen with a home-made plagiarized copy of Deep Throat. The most touted tool for locating useful information on the World Wide Web is the search engine. However, due to the medium's flatness, sought information is drowned in a sea of useless information. A better solution is to build tools that allow authors to structure information so that it can easily be navigated. We experimented with the use of ontologies as a tool to formulate structures for information about a specific topic, so that related concepts are placed in adjacent locations and can easily be navigated using simple and ergonomic user models. We describe our effort in building a World Wide Web based photo album that is shared among a small network of people.

  8. Contextualizing History in Hungarian Films of the New Millennium

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    Clara Orban

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available Hungarian films produced after the year 2000 build on the historical reality of the fall of communism and anticipate, or come to terms with, entry into the European Union.  This article will explore six films that deal with history through multiple perspectives to dramatize the dynamic between historical events and human responses to them.  These films reference history, or efface it, as a way of problematizing the relationship between human behavior and history.  Colossal Sensation [Világszám – Dodó és Naftalin] (2005 and Children of Glory [Szabadság, szerelem] (2006, for example, examine Hungarians’ moments of defiance during the 1956 uprising but shape historical events to fit human constructs.  Contemporary history provides satire of rising capitalism in The District! [Nyócker!] (2005 whose plot weaves historical figures into a modern rendition of Romeo and Juliette.  Miracle in Krakow [Csoda Krakkóban] (2004 also presents a book as its central metaphor, and, like The District!, the book allows some of history’s uglier moments to be erased.  Béla Tarr’s Werkmeister Harmonies [Werkmeister harmóniák] (2000 and Nimród Antal’s Control [Kontroll] (2003, films without overt historical markers, provide allegorical visions of societal unrest that can be read as allusions to millennial concerns.

  9. Effects of random noise in a dynamical model of love

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    Xu Yong, E-mail: hsux3@nwpu.edu.cn [Department of Applied Mathematics, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi' an 710072 (China); Gu Rencai; Zhang Huiqing [Department of Applied Mathematics, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi' an 710072 (China)

    2011-07-15

    Highlights: > We model the complexity and unpredictability of psychology as Gaussian white noise. > The stochastic system of love is considered including bifurcation and chaos. > We show that noise can both suppress and induce chaos in dynamical models of love. - Abstract: This paper aims to investigate the stochastic model of love and the effects of random noise. We first revisit the deterministic model of love and some basic properties are presented such as: symmetry, dissipation, fixed points (equilibrium), chaotic behaviors and chaotic attractors. Then we construct a stochastic love-triangle model with parametric random excitation due to the complexity and unpredictability of the psychological system, where the randomness is modeled as the standard Gaussian noise. Stochastic dynamics under different three cases of 'Romeo's romantic style', are examined and two kinds of bifurcations versus the noise intensity parameter are observed by the criteria of changes of top Lyapunov exponent and shape of stationary probability density function (PDF) respectively. The phase portraits and time history are carried out to verify the proposed results, and the good agreement can be found. And also the dual roles of the random noise, namely suppressing and inducing chaos are revealed.

  10. Effects of random noise in a dynamical model of love

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    Xu Yong; Gu Rencai; Zhang Huiqing

    2011-01-01

    Highlights: → We model the complexity and unpredictability of psychology as Gaussian white noise. → The stochastic system of love is considered including bifurcation and chaos. → We show that noise can both suppress and induce chaos in dynamical models of love. - Abstract: This paper aims to investigate the stochastic model of love and the effects of random noise. We first revisit the deterministic model of love and some basic properties are presented such as: symmetry, dissipation, fixed points (equilibrium), chaotic behaviors and chaotic attractors. Then we construct a stochastic love-triangle model with parametric random excitation due to the complexity and unpredictability of the psychological system, where the randomness is modeled as the standard Gaussian noise. Stochastic dynamics under different three cases of 'Romeo's romantic style', are examined and two kinds of bifurcations versus the noise intensity parameter are observed by the criteria of changes of top Lyapunov exponent and shape of stationary probability density function (PDF) respectively. The phase portraits and time history are carried out to verify the proposed results, and the good agreement can be found. And also the dual roles of the random noise, namely suppressing and inducing chaos are revealed.

  11. REALIGNED MODEL PREDICTIVE CONTROL OF A PROPYLENE DISTILLATION COLUMN

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    A. I. Hinojosa

    Full Text Available Abstract In the process industry, advanced controllers usually aim at an economic objective, which usually requires closed-loop stability and constraints satisfaction. In this paper, the application of a MPC in the optimization structure of an industrial Propylene/Propane (PP splitter is tested with a controller based on a state space model, which is suitable for heavily disturbed environments. The simulation platform is based on the integration of the commercial dynamic simulator Dynsim® and the rigorous steady-state optimizer ROMeo® with the real-time facilities of Matlab. The predictive controller is the Infinite Horizon Model Predictive Control (IHMPC, based on a state-space model that that does not require the use of a state observer because the non-minimum state is built with the past inputs and outputs. The controller considers the existence of zone control of the outputs and optimizing targets for the inputs. We verify that the controller is efficient to control the propylene distillation system in a disturbed scenario when compared with a conventional controller based on a state observer. The simulation results show a good performance in terms of stability of the controller and rejection of large disturbances in the composition of the feed of the propylene distillation column.

  12. The 17th Annual Magnet Technology Conference Hosted By CERN Is Proving That Opposites Attract...

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    Hundreds were drawn together by the 17th Magnet Technology Conference, the largest conference devoted to magnets in the world. Thirty-six years ago about 50 physicists and engineers came together at SLAC, Stanford, to have a symposium on magnet technology. Simple as it seemed at the moment, it was the first time that anyone seriously considered building superconducting magnets and was the birth of the Magnet Technology (MT) conference. The conference has occurred every two years since that time and had its most recent incarnation, MT-17, hosted by CERN just last week at the International Conference Centre here in Geneva. With so much innovative work being done with magnets in the LHC and its experiments (ATLAS, CMS, Alice and LHCb), having an MT conference hosted by CERN in Geneva was expected. However, what was not expected was the level of interest with which MT-17 was met. 'We are victims of our own success', says Romeo Perin who was one of the 50 physicists/engineers who attended the Stanford symposium a...

  13. Noise exposure of musicians of a ballet orchestra

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    Cheng Liang Qian

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available With over 70 dancers and its own orchestra, The National Ballet of Canada ranks amongst the world′s top dance companies. It performs three seasons annually: fall, winter and summer, plus many shows of Tchaikovsky′s Nutcracker. The 70-strong orchestra plays an average of 360 hours/year including rehearsals and performances. Rehearsals are held at two locations: one in a ballet rehearsal room with little or no absorption, and the other in an acoustically treated location. Performances are held in the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts in Toronto. The present survey was done at the request of the National Ballet, since the musicians complained of excessive sound levels and were concerned about possible hearing losses. The survey was performed using five dosimeters Quest Mod 300 during 10 performances of the ballet Romeo and Juliet by Sergei Prokofiev, deemed as the noisiest in the whole repertoire. Results of the survey indicate that the noise exposure levels from only the orchestra′s activities do not present risk of hearing loss. Exposure due to other musical activities was, however, not included.

  14. Manuel Tamayo y Baus’s Un Drama Nuevo (1867 and the Reception of Hamlet in 19th-Century Spain

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    Rocío G. Sumillera

    2013-05-01

    Full Text Available The present article discusses how Tamayo y Baus appropriates and refashions in Un drama nuevo (1867 the figures of Shakespeare and Yorick, as well as different elements of a number of tragedies by Shakespeare (Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet, Othello, in order to render homage to Shakespearean drama by means of a play that, even if set at the beginning of 17th-century England, particularly addresses the tastes and concerns of 19th-century Spanish audiences. Additionally, this article considers the extent to which the contemporary audience of Tamayo y Baus was acquainted with Shakespeare and Hamlet, taking into account both the translations into Spanish of the play and its performances in Spain up until 1867. The purpose of such an analysis is to speculate on the reception and interpretation of Un drama nuevo at the time of its release, and on the role it had in raising or renewing interest in Hamlet within the Spanish-speaking world.

  15. “Falsification of Shakespeare”: Georgy Shengeli’s Unpublished Article on Boris Pasternak’s Translations

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    Vladislav A. Rezvy

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    Full Text Available In his article “Pasternak’s Shakespeare” (1945, Georgy Shengeli, poet, literary translator and expert in prosody, examines the fragments from Shakespeare’s tragedies Romeo and Juliet and Hamlet translated by Boris Pasternak, criticizing the latter in the light of his own views on translation, according to which accuracy and artistry are the main literary translation requirements. At the same time, Shengeli ignores the circumstances in which Pasternak made his translations as well as his intentions: to adapt Shakespeare to the Russian stage; the adaptation should be therefore judged as an original work of Russian literature.While recognizing natural and free syntax as an unquestionable merit of Pasternak’s translations, Shengeli seeks to prove by means of statistical calculations and line-by-line comparison of the translation with the original that Pasternak’s work is a falsification of Shakespeare. This essay shows how Shengeli, albeit aptly noting semantic and stylistic flaws in Pasternak’s translations, himself makes inaccuracies in the interpretation of the original and, in the spirit of the time, translates literary polemics into ideology, calling for “political conclusions.”

  16. Literature and Daily Life: Looking for Love in All the Wrong (and Right Places

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    Lester E. Barber

    2005-06-01

    Full Text Available It is sometimes claimed these days that serious literature is seldom relevant to the lives of ordinary citizens of our communities. It is the contention of this author, however, that good literature is always a joy to read and consider. The ideas conveyed by that literature can guide us, challenge us and reassure us in our daily lives. The challenge for the author is to see if he can demonstrate the truth of these claims to a general, non-academic audience. The first section of the article argues that Shakespeare in his Romeo and Juliet was doing something brand new in renaissance England – presenting love as a deep and sharply felt human emotion, something very different from the “game” of love presented in so many earlier works of that period and its predecessor as well, including plays, treatises of love and the many sonnet sequences of those times. The second, and somewhat longer, section analyzes James Purdy’s novel, The Nephew, seeing in it an underlying theme of love’s emotional power and redemptive force in the lives of ordinary individuals of all ages.

  17. Update on optimal use of omalizumab in management of asthma

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    2011-06-01

    Full Text Available Girolamo Pelaia1, Luca Gallelli1, Teresa Renda1, Pasquale Romeo1, Maria Teresa Busceti1, Rosa Daniela Grembiale1, Rosario Maselli1, Serafino Antonio Marsico2, Alessandro Vatrella31Department of Experimental and Clinical Medicine, University Magna Græcia of Catanzaro, Catanzaro; 2Department of Cardiothoracic and Respiratory Sciences, Second University of Naples, Naples; 3Department of Respiratory Medicine, University of Salerno, Salerno, ItalyAbstract: Omalizumab is a humanized monoclonal anti-IgE antibody recently approved for the treatment of severe allergic asthma. This drug inhibits allergic responses by binding to serum IgE, thus preventing interaction with cellular IgE receptors. Omalizumab is also capable of downregulating the expression of high affinity IgE receptors on inflammatory cells, as well as the numbers of eosinophils in both blood and induced sputum. The clinical effects of omalizumab include improvements in respiratory symptoms and quality of life, paralleled by a reduction of asthma exacerbations, emergency room visits, and use of systemic corticosteroids and rescue bronchodilators. Omalizumab is relatively well-tolerated, and only rarely induces anaphylactic reactions. Therefore, this drug represents a valid option as add-on therapy for patients with severe persistent allergic asthma inadequately controlled by high doses of standard inhaled treatments.Keywords: omalizumab, anti-IgE, severe asthma

  18. Biography of biophenols: past, present and future

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    Hassan K. Obied

    2013-06-01

    Full Text Available ABSTRACTBackground: The term “biophenols” was first coined by Romeo and Uccella in 1996 to denote bioactive phenols in olives replacing the more common and less chemically accurate term “polyphenols”. “Biophenols” has started gaining popularity beyond olive chemistry and currently used by researchers to refer to plant phenols in general. Biophenols constitute the largest group of secondary plant metabolites with ubiquitous presence in plants and wide spectrum of biological activities. During the last three decades, biophenols have seized scientific attention, lured industry and attracted consumers’ interest due to their antioxidative potential in preservation of food and maintaining human health. For the first time, a definition for “biophenols” has been proposed to present a more precise and comprehensive umbrella term to encompass all phenolic compounds of botanical origin. In this article, the author is tracing the landmarks of the history of biophenol research; profiling contemporary research directions; highlighting research controversies and uncertainties; and presenting an outlook of the biophenols future research.Keywords: polyphenols, chemistry, pharmacology, biological activities, antioxidant

  19. A Desire for Growth: Online Full-Time Faculty's Perceptions of Evaluation Processes

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    Meredith DeCosta

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    Full Text Available Post-secondary educational institutions use various means to evaluate the teaching performance of faculty members. There are benefits to effective faculty evaluation, including advancing the scholarship of teaching and learning, as well as improving the functionality and innovation of courses, curriculum, departments, and ultimately the broader community (Boyer, 1990; Glassick, Huber, & Maeroff, 1997. While there is a body of research related to the evaluation of faculty in traditional settings, there have been fewer studies examining online faculty members’ perceptions of evaluation processes. Further, due to the growth of online education, the existing evaluation scales, including those used in traditional settings, have been questioned (Berk, 2013; Hathorn & Hathorn, 2010; Rothman, Romeo, Brennan, & Mitchell, 2011. This qualitative study examines one university’s online full-time faculty and their perceptions of the tools and processes used to evaluate their teaching. Through a systematic content analysis of survey data, findings indicate that online faculty members have a desire to grow as instructors, infrequently focusing on modality or job expectations as a means for growth. Participants expressed an interest in holistic, descriptive evaluation feedback by a range of stakeholders, particularly those with content knowledge. Study findings have implications for administrators and other stakeholders related to online full-time faculty, including the processes and documents through which they are evaluated.

  20. 7. Advocating the Poetics of Sound in the Cycle Les Nuits d´Été by Hector Berlioz

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    Iațeșen Loredana Viorica

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    Full Text Available By consulting monographies, musicological studies, specialty articles about the personality of romantic musician Hector Berlioz and implicitly linked to the relevance of his significant opera, one discovers researchers’ constant preoccupation for historical, stylistic, analytical, hermeneutical comments upon aspects related to established scores (the Fantastic, Harold in Italy symphonies, dramatic legend The Damnation of Faust, dramatic symphony Romeo and Juliet, the Requiem, etc.. Out of his compositions, it is remarkable that the cycle Les nuits d´été was rarely approached from a musicological point of view, despite the fact that it is an important opus, which inaugurates the genre of the orchestral lied at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of last century. In this study, we set out to compose as complete as possible an image of this work, both from an analytic-stylistic point of view by stressing the text-sound correspondences and, above all, from the perspective of its reception at a didactic level, by promoting the score in the framework of listening sessions commented upon as part of the discipline of the history of music. In what follows, I shall argue that the cycle of orchestral lieder Les nuits d´été by Hector Berlioz represents a work of equal importance to established opera.

  1. A Desire for Growth: Online Full-Time Faculty's Perceptions of Evaluation Processes

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    Meredith DeCosta

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    Full Text Available College and universities evaluate the teaching performance of faculty members in a variety of ways. Benefits to effective faculty evaluation include advancing the scholarship of teaching and learning, as well as improving the functionality and innovation of courses, curriculum, departments, and ultimately the broader community (Boyer, 1990; Glassick, Huber, & Maeroff, 1997. While there is ample research related to the evaluation of faculty in traditional settings, there have been fewer studies examining online faculty members’ perceptions of evaluation processes. Further, due to the growth of online education, the existing evaluation scales, including those used in traditional settings, have been called into question (Berk, 2013; Hathorn & Hathorn, 2010; Rothman, Romeo, Brennan, & Mitchell, 2011. This qualitative study examines one university’s online full-time faculty and their perceptions of the tools and processes used to evaluate their teaching. Through a systematic qualitative content analysis of survey data, findings indicate that online faculty members have a desire to grow as instructors, focusing little on modality or task-oriented expectations as a means for growth. Participants expressed an interest in holistic, descriptive evaluation feedback by a range of stakeholders, particularly those with content knowledge. Study findings have implications for administrators and other stakeholders related to online full-time faculty, including the processes and documents through which they are evaluated.

  2. Using the Arts To Make Chemistry Accessible to Everybody. 2002 James Flack Norris Award, sponsored by ACS Northeast Section

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    Lerman, Zafra M.

    2003-11-01

    Although all chemists know the importance of chemistry in daily life, the rest of the population somehow does not seem to share this view. Each of us believes that we must teach chemistry to everyone, yet we have not succeeded in persuading everyone that they must study chemistry. The reason is often the methods used to communicate chemistry to the public. The arts (music, dance, drama, fine arts, etc.) are excellent vehicles to enhance understanding. For eample, most people are not interested in the concept of the ionic bond, but when presented like Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet (with a love story between Sodium and Chlorine) everyone enjoys learning about the bonding relationship. In addition, the drama students who write and act out the script remember the concept far longer than would be expected through more conventional teaching methods. The same is true for the students who wrote and acted The Bondfather, and for the students who danced The Three States of Matter. (Our hero falls in love with Solid, but "When she warms to him, through his fingers she runs," and when his love heats up with Liquid, "Her love escaped from him just like a vapor.")

  3. Gravitational instability and star formation in NGC 628

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    Marchuk, A. A.

    2018-05-01

    The gas-stars instability criterion for infinitesimally thin disc was applied to the galaxy NGC 628. Instead of using the azimuthally averaged profiles of data, the maps of the gas surface densities (THINGS, HERACLES), of the velocity dispersions of stars (VENGA) and gas (THINGS), and of the surface brightness of the galaxy (S4G) were analysed. All these maps were collected for the same region with a noticeable star formation rate and were superimposed on each other. Using the data on the rotation, curve values of Qeff were calculated for each pixel in the image. The areas within the contours Qeff 0.007 M⊙ yr-1 kpc-2) and showed a good coincidence between them. The Romeo-Falstad disc instability diagnostics taking into account the thickness of the stellar and gas layers does not change the result. If the one-fluid instability criterion is used, the coincidence is worse. The analysis was carried out for the area r galaxies, the distribution of hydrogen and the regions of star formation is often patchy, the relationship between gravitational instability and star formation should be sought using data maps rather than azimuthally averaged data.

  4. La promoción de la lectura y el trasvase cultural literario: una investigación en Enseñanza Secundaria Obligatoria basada en el tópico del amor

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    Andrés Montaner Bueno

    2012-06-01

    Full Text Available El presente artículo constituye una investigación realizada en el marco de la didáctica de la lengua y la literatura con el objetivo de llevar a cabo la promoción de la lectura a través del tópico literariodel amor. Para ello, nos hemos servido de tres textos de referencia de distintas épocas: El mito de Píramo y Tisbe (Antigüedad Clásica, Romeo y Julieta (Siglo XVI y A tres metros sobre el cielo (Siglo XXI. A través de la comparación de los mismos y, mediante el empleo de una serie de instrumentos de medida, hemos tratado de potenciar enel alumnado de cuarto de Educación Secundaria Obligatoria del IES Amparo Sanz de Albacete, la capacidad crítica y reflexiva a la hora de acometer el acto de lectura. Para llevar a cabo este objetivo, nos hemos servido de las múltiples posibilidades y sugerencias que nos ofrece el intertexto lector.

  5. INTERSUBJEKTIVITAS, CINTA DAN KESETIAAN DALAM FILM HABIBIE & AINUN (PERSPEKTIF EKSISTENSIALISME GABRIEL MARCEL

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    Siti Qomariah

    2015-10-01

    Full Text Available This study is based on the appearance of the film Habibie & Ainun which managed to attract the attention of the public to watch. This love-themed movie that became a phenomenon for some people and have managed to beat films that also betema other love. Moreover, many people who think that the film preformance character (Habibie and Ainun is a reflection of the couple are ideal. When reading the title of the film, Habibie & Ainun seemed to have in common with “Romeo and Juliet” which is one of the famous love story of all time, and when he saw the banner of the film that contains the image of two lovebirds have led to the concept that this film is a film about love. The image of romance has been able to anesthetize the eyes of anyone who saw it, makes the heart to see it immediately, while steeped in positive values implicit in his every scene. To do “readings” or interpretations of the movie Habibie & Ainun, certainly needed a knife analysis, one analysis of existentialism, particularly existentialist Gabriel Marcel. By doing so, will make it easier to determine a range of values or messages hidden behind it.

  6. Dramatisko žanru problēma Šekspīra lugās

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    2009-01-01

    Darbā tiek aplūkota Žanru problēma Šekspīra lugās (ar viņa lugu „Divi veronieši”, „Spītnieces savaldīšana” un „Romeo un Džuljeta” detalizētāku analīzi). Darbā pētīta Šekspīra mainīgā attieksme pret komisko divās no viņa komēdijām un vienā traģēdijā, kā arī uzstādījums, ka komēdijas no traģēdijām šķir tikai vissmalkākā laika un vietas robeža - ka katra no tām sevī slēpju iespēju vienā mirklī mainīt žanru – un ka šī iespēja ir tā, kas piešķir katrai lugai tās īpašo spēku. Pētījums snied...

  7. Peer review statement

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    All papers published in this Volume 12 of IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science have been peer reviewed through processes administered by the editors of the 25th IAHR Symposium on Hydraulic Machinery and Systems proceedings, Professor Romeo Susan-Resiga, Dr Sebastian Muntean and Dr Sandor Bernad. Reviews were conducted by expert referees from the Scientific Committee to the professional and scientific standards expected of a proceedings journal published by IOP Publishing. The members of the Scientific Committee who selected and reviewed the papers included in the Proceedings of the 25th IAHR Symposium on Hydraulic Machinery and Systems are: Anton ANTONTechnical University of Civil Engineering, BucharestRomania François AVELLANEcole Polytechnique Fédérale de LausanneSwitzerland Fidel ARZOLAEDELCAVenezuela Thomas ASCHENBRENNERVoith Hydro Gmb H & Co. KG, HeidenheimGermany Anton BERGANTLitostroj Power d.o.o., LjubljanaSlovenia Gerard BOISENSAM, LilleFrance Hermod BREKKENTNU, TrondheimNorway Stuart COULSON Voith Hydro Inc., YorkUSA Eduard EGUSQUIZAPolytechnical University Catalonia BarcelonaSpain Arpad FAYUniversity of MiskolczHungary Richard FISHERVoith Hydro Inc., York USA Regiane FORTES-PATELLAInstitut Polytechnique de GrenobleFrance Aleksandar GAJICUniversity of BelgradeSerbia Arno GEHRERAndritz Hydro GrazAustria José GONZÁLEZUniversidad de OviedoSpain François GUIBAULTEcole Polytechnique de MontrealCanada Chisachi KATOUniversity of TokyoJapan Kwang-Yong KIMInha University, IncheonKorea Jiri KOUTNIKVoith Hydro Gmb H & Co. KG, HeidenheimGermany Adrian LUNGUDunarea de Jos University of GalatiRomania Christophe NICOLETPower Vision Engineering Sàrl, LausanneSwitzerland Torbjøm K. NIELSENNTNU, TrodheimNorway Michihiro NISHIKyushu Institute of TechnologyJapan Maryse PAGEHydro Quebec IREQ, VarennesCanada Etienne PARKINSONAndritz Hydro LtdSwitzerland František POCHYLYBrno UniversityCzech Republic Stefan RIEDELBAUCHVoith Hydro Gmb H & Co. KG

  8. Arthroscopic treatment for chronic lateral epicondylitis

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    Bernardo Barcellos Terra

    2015-08-01

    Full Text Available ABSTRACTOBJECTIVE: To report the clinical and functional results from arthroscopic release of the short radial extensor of the carpus (SREC in patients with chronic lateral epicondylitis that was refractory to conservative treatment. METHODS: Over the period from January 2012 to November 2013, 15 patients underwent arthroscopic treatment. The surgical technique used was the one described by Romeo and Cohen, based on anatomical studies on cadavers. The inclusion criteria were that the patients needed to present lateral epicondylitis and that conservative treatment (analgesics, anti-inflammatory agents, corticoid infiltration or physiotherapy had failed over a period of more than six months. The patients were evaluated based on the elbow functional score of the Mayo Clinic, Nirschl's staging system and a visual analog scale (VAS for pain. RESULTS: A total of 15 patients (9 men and 6 women were included. The mean Mayo elbow functional score after the operation was 95 (ranging from 90 to 100. The pain VAS improved from a mean of 9.2 before the operation to 0.64 after the operation. On Nirschl's scale, the patients presented an improvement from a mean of 6.5 before the operation to approximately one. There were significant differences from before to after the surgery for the three functional scores used ( p 0.05. CONCLUSION: Arthroscopic treatment for lateral epicondylitis was shown to be a safe and effective therapeutic option when appropriately indicated and performed, in refractory cases of chronic lateral epicondylitis. It also allowed excellent viewing of the joint space for diagnosing and treating associated pathological conditions, with a minimally invasive procedure.

  9. Tritium conference days

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    Garnier-Laplace, J.; Lebaron-Jacobs, L.; Sene, M.; Devin, P.; Chretien, V.; Le Guen, B.; Guetat, Ph.; Baglan, N.; Ansoborlo, E.; Boyer, C.; Masson, M.; Bailly-Du-Bois, P.; Jenkinson, St.; Wakeford, R.; Saintigny, Y.; Romeo, P.H.; Thompson, P.; Leterq, D.; Chastagner, F.; Cortes, P.; Philippe, M.; Paquet, F.; Fournier, M.

    2009-01-01

    This document gathers the slides of the available presentations given during this conference day. Twenty presentations out of 21 are assembled in the document and deal with: 1 - tritium in the environment (J. Garnier-Laplace); 2 - status of knowledge about tritium impact on health (L. Lebaron-Jacobs); 3 - tritium, discrete but present everywhere (M. Sene); 4 - management of tritium effluents from Areva NC La Hague site - related impact and monitoring (P. Devin); 5 - tritium effluents and impact in the vicinity of EDF's power plants (V. Chretien and B. Le Guen); 6 - contribution of CEA-Valduc centre monitoring to the knowledge of atmospheric tritiated water transfers to the different compartments of the environment (P. Guetat); 7 - tritium analysis in environment samples: constraints and means (N. Baglan); 8 - organically-linked tritium: the analyst view (E. Ansoborlo); 9 - study of tritium transfers to plants via OBT/HTO air and OBT/HTO free (C. Boyer); 10 - tritium in the British Channel (M. Masson and P. Bailly-Du-Bois); 11 - tritium in British coastal waters (S. Jenkinson); 12 - recent results from epidemiology (R. Wakeford); 13 - effects of tritiated thymidine on hematopoietic stem cells (P.H. Romeo); 14 - tritium management issue in Canada: the point of view from authorities (P. Thompson); 15 - experience feedback of the detritiation process of Valduc centre (D. Leterq); 16 - difficulties linked with tritiated wastes confinement (F. Chastagner); 17 - optimisation of tritium management in the ITER project (P. Cortes); 18 - elements of thought about the management of tritium generated by nuclear facilities (M. Philippe); 19 - CIPR's position about the calculation of doses and risks linked with tritium exposure (F. Paquet); 20 - tritium think tanks (M. Fournier). (J.S.)

  10. Arthroscopic treatment for chronic lateral epicondylitis☆

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    Terra, Bernardo Barcellos; Rodrigues, Leandro Marano; Filho, Anis Nahssen; de Almeida, Gustavo Dalla Bernardina; Cavatte, José Maria; De Nadai, Anderson

    2015-01-01

    Objective To report the clinical and functional results from arthroscopic release of the short radial extensor of the carpus (SREC) in patients with chronic lateral epicondylitis that was refractory to conservative treatment. Methods Over the period from January 2012 to November 2013, 15 patients underwent arthroscopic treatment. The surgical technique used was the one described by Romeo and Cohen, based on anatomical studies on cadavers. The inclusion criteria were that the patients needed to present lateral epicondylitis and that conservative treatment (analgesics, anti-inflammatory agents, corticoid infiltration or physiotherapy) had failed over a period of more than six months. The patients were evaluated based on the elbow functional score of the Mayo Clinic, Nirschl's staging system and a visual analog scale (VAS) for pain. Results A total of 15 patients (9 men and 6 women) were included. The mean Mayo elbow functional score after the operation was 95 (ranging from 90 to 100). The pain VAS improved from a mean of 9.2 before the operation to 0.64 after the operation. On Nirschl's scale, the patients presented an improvement from a mean of 6.5 before the operation to approximately one. There were significant differences from before to after the surgery for the three functional scores used (p  0.05). Conclusion Arthroscopic treatment for lateral epicondylitis was shown to be a safe and effective therapeutic option when appropriately indicated and performed, in refractory cases of chronic lateral epicondylitis. It also allowed excellent viewing of the joint space for diagnosing and treating associated pathological conditions, with a minimally invasive procedure. PMID:26401498

  11. Arthroscopic treatment for chronic lateral epicondylitis.

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    Terra, Bernardo Barcellos; Rodrigues, Leandro Marano; Filho, Anis Nahssen; de Almeida, Gustavo Dalla Bernardina; Cavatte, José Maria; De Nadai, Anderson

    2015-01-01

    To report the clinical and functional results from arthroscopic release of the short radial extensor of the carpus (SREC) in patients with chronic lateral epicondylitis that was refractory to conservative treatment. Over the period from January 2012 to November 2013, 15 patients underwent arthroscopic treatment. The surgical technique used was the one described by Romeo and Cohen, based on anatomical studies on cadavers. The inclusion criteria were that the patients needed to present lateral epicondylitis and that conservative treatment (analgesics, anti-inflammatory agents, corticoid infiltration or physiotherapy) had failed over a period of more than six months. The patients were evaluated based on the elbow functional score of the Mayo Clinic, Nirschl's staging system and a visual analog scale (VAS) for pain. A total of 15 patients (9 men and 6 women) were included. The mean Mayo elbow functional score after the operation was 95 (ranging from 90 to 100). The pain VAS improved from a mean of 9.2 before the operation to 0.64 after the operation. On Nirschl's scale, the patients presented an improvement from a mean of 6.5 before the operation to approximately one. There were significant differences from before to after the surgery for the three functional scores used (p  0.05). Arthroscopic treatment for lateral epicondylitis was shown to be a safe and effective therapeutic option when appropriately indicated and performed, in refractory cases of chronic lateral epicondylitis. It also allowed excellent viewing of the joint space for diagnosing and treating associated pathological conditions, with a minimally invasive procedure.

  12. [Spanish funded paediatric research: Contribution of Anales de Pediatría to its dissemination].

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    Abad-García, María Francisca; González-Teruel, Aurora; Solís Sánchez, Gonzalo

    2017-06-01

    To identify Spanish funded paediatric research published in general paediatric journals included in the Web of Science (WoS) from 2010 to 2014) and those published in the Anales de Pediatría. To examine the relationship between funding and the prestige of the journals. To describe the journal conditions to meet the open access criteria. Spanish funded paediatric articles (FA) were identified by using the WoS Funding Agency field, and by reviewing the original documents for the Anales de Pediatria (AP). For the FA published in AP the number and kind of funding agencies were identified. The possible differences in citations between FA and non-funded was assessed for articles published in this journal using the Kruskal-Wallis non-parametric test. For general journals, the patterns of distribution of FA and non-FA were investigated according to the quartile of the journal. The journal's self-archiving conditions were described using Sherpa/romeo database. Funding was received for 27.5%, being 16.6% for those published in AP. In these, 105 funding agencies were identified, with 80% being national. The FA published in AP did not receive significantly more citations. In general journals, the presence of FA is greater in Q1 and Q2 journals. More than half (56%) of articles were published in subscription journals. All journals that publish FA allow self-archiving in repositories, but with embargos of at least 12 months. The role of AP in the dissemination of FA is still limited. Embargos in self-archiving permits compliance of Spanish open access mandate, but may hinder compliance in Europe. Copyright © 2016 Asociación Española de Pediatría. Publicado por Elsevier España, S.L.U. All rights reserved.

  13. The survey and mapping of sand-boil landforms related to the Emilia 2012 earthquakes: preliminary results

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    2012-10-01

    Full Text Available Sand boils, which are also known as sand blows or sand volcanoes, are among the most common superficial effects induced by high-magnitude earthquakes. These generally occur in or close to alluvial plains when a strong earthquake (M >5 strikes on a lens of saturated and unconsolidated sand deposits that are constrained between silt-clay layers [Ambraseys 1988, Carter and Seed 1988, Galli 2000, Tuttle 2001, Obermeier et al. 2005], where the sediments are converted into a fluid suspension. The liquefaction phenomena requires the presence of saturated and uncompacted sand, and a groundwater table near the ground surface. This geological–geomorphological setting is common and widespread for the Po Plain (Italy [Castiglioni et al. 1997]. The Po Plain (ca. 46,000 km2 represents 15% of the Italian territory. It hosts a population of about 20 million people (mean density of 450 people/km2 and many infrastructures. Thus, the Po Plain is an area of high vulnerability when considering the liquefaction potential in the case of a strong earthquake. Despite the potential, such phenomena are rarely observed in northern Italy [Cavallin et al. 1977, Galli 2000], because strong earthquakes are not frequent in this region; e.g., historical data report soil liquefaction near Ferrara in 1570 (M 5.3 and in Argenta 1624 (M 5.5 [Prestininzi and Romeo 2000, Galli 2000]. In the Emilia quakes of May 20 and 29, 2012, the most widespread coseismic effects were soil liquefaction and ground cracks, which occurred over wide areas in the Provinces of Modena, Ferrara, Bologna, Reggio Emilia and Mantova (Figure 1. […

  14. Training of human resources in the UNAM

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    2008-12-01

    Some background on the development of human resources in radiation protection (RP), is found in the annals of the UNAM, which in mid-1960 was given a basic course of RP during 8 weeks, coordinated by Romeo Espana Valenzuela. At UNAM was the year 1967 with a nuclear laboratory, which evolved to Nuclear Studies Center in 1972 and at Nuclear Sciences Institute in 1980. Within the institute was formed an irradiation and radiation safety unit since 1999, which offers a course of RP to occupationally exposed personnel (14 courses 94 graduates), and an advanced course in RP (10 courses, 60 graduates) . At the Physics Institute was established in 1998 a master in medical physics with compulsory subjects as introduction to the medical sciences, principles of molecular cell biology, introduction to the instrumentation and signals, and physics in the medicine. In this Master, one course of radiobiology is a total of 96 hours, the radiation protection course 80 hours, and the radiation physics and dosimetry of 128 hours. As optional subjects are offered clinical laboratory of medical physics, physics of nuclear medicine, physics of radiologic image, biological and medical image processing, medical applications of lasers, weak shocks, biomechanics and biomaterials. For its part, the advanced course in RP from Nuclear Sciences Institute contains as subjects an introduction to the RP, radiation sources characterization, radiation interaction with the matter, theoretical characterization of radiation field, radiation detection and measurement, potential biological effects characterization, RP philosophy, radiation sources exposure, radiation protection external and internal, RP in hospitals and national and international standardization. The total duration of the course is 82 hours, including 16 practices. In total, since its formation 49 professionals have graduated from the Master of Medical Physics, of which 82% are incorporated in various branches of the workplace, 8% and the

  15. Tritium conference days; Journees tritium

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    Garnier-Laplace, J.; Lebaron-Jacobs, L.; Sene, M.; Devin, P.; Chretien, V.; Le Guen, B.; Guetat, Ph.; Baglan, N.; Ansoborlo, E.; Boyer, C.; Masson, M.; Bailly-Du-Bois, P.; Jenkinson, St.; Wakeford, R.; Saintigny, Y.; Romeo, P.H.; Thompson, P.; Leterq, D.; Chastagner, F.; Cortes, P.; Philippe, M.; Paquet, F.; Fournier, M.

    2009-07-01

    This document gathers the slides of the available presentations given during this conference day. Twenty presentations out of 21 are assembled in the document and deal with: 1 - tritium in the environment (J. Garnier-Laplace); 2 - status of knowledge about tritium impact on health (L. Lebaron-Jacobs); 3 - tritium, discrete but present everywhere (M. Sene); 4 - management of tritium effluents from Areva NC La Hague site - related impact and monitoring (P. Devin); 5 - tritium effluents and impact in the vicinity of EDF's power plants (V. Chretien and B. Le Guen); 6 - contribution of CEA-Valduc centre monitoring to the knowledge of atmospheric tritiated water transfers to the different compartments of the environment (P. Guetat); 7 - tritium analysis in environment samples: constraints and means (N. Baglan); 8 - organically-linked tritium: the analyst view (E. Ansoborlo); 9 - study of tritium transfers to plants via OBT/HTO{sub air} and OBT/HTO{sub free} (C. Boyer); 10 - tritium in the British Channel (M. Masson and P. Bailly-Du-Bois); 11 - tritium in British coastal waters (S. Jenkinson); 12 - recent results from epidemiology (R. Wakeford); 13 - effects of tritiated thymidine on hematopoietic stem cells (P.H. Romeo); 14 - tritium management issue in Canada: the point of view from authorities (P. Thompson); 15 - experience feedback of the detritiation process of Valduc centre (D. Leterq); 16 - difficulties linked with tritiated wastes confinement (F. Chastagner); 17 - optimisation of tritium management in the ITER project (P. Cortes); 18 - elements of thought about the management of tritium generated by nuclear facilities (M. Philippe); 19 - CIPR's position about the calculation of doses and risks linked with tritium exposure (F. Paquet); 20 - tritium think tanks (M. Fournier). (J.S.)

  16. Rapid membrane permeabilization and inhibition of vital functions of gram-negative bacteria by bactenecins.

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    Skerlavaj, B; Romeo, D; Gennaro, R

    1990-11-01

    Bactenecins are a class of arginine-rich antibacterial peptides of bovine neutrophil granules. Two bactenecins with approximate molecular weights of 5,000 and 7,000 designated Bac5 and Bac7, respectively, exert in vitro a potent bactericidal activity toward several gram-negative bacteria (R. Gennaro, B. Skerlavaj, and D. Romeo, Infect. Immun. 57:3142-3146, 1989). We have now found that this activity shows an inverse relationship to the ionic strength of the medium and is inhibited by divalent cations and greatly potentiated by lactoferrin. Under conditions supporting marked bactericidal activity, the two peptides cause a rapid increase in the permeability of both the outer and inner membranes of Escherichia coli, as shown by unmasking of periplasmic beta-lactamase and of cytoplasmic beta-galactosidase. In addition, the two bactenecins inhibit the respiration of E. coli and Klebsiella pneumoniae but not of Bac5- and Bac7-resistant Staphylococcus aureus. Furthermore, they induce a drop in ATP content in E. coli, K. pneumoniae, and Salmonella typhimurium and a marked decrease in the rates of transport and incorporation of [3H]leucine and [3H]uridine into E. coli protein and RNA, respectively. In general, all these effects become evident within 1 to 2 min and reach their maximal expression within about 5 min. Overall, these data strongly suggest that the decrease in bacterial viability is causally related to the increase in membrane permeability and the subsequent fall in respiration-linked proton motive force, with the attendant loss of cellular metabolites and macromolecular biosynthesis ability.

  17. 7th Young Researcher Meeting

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    Young Researcher Meeting, Torino 2016 F Agostini, C Antolini, A Avella, G Cattani, R Cuccaro, A Cultrera, M Di Stefano, G Fragione, L Lolli, M Migliaccio, L Pagnanini, E Pessana, F Piacentini, D Pietrobon, E Pusceddu, R Romeo, M Serra, E Simonetto, F Stellato Preface The Young Researcher Meeting (www.yrmr.it) has been established as a forum for students, postdoctoral fellows and young researchers determined to play a proactive role in the scientific progress. Since 2009 we run itinerant yearly meetings to discuss the most recent developments and achievements in Physics, as we are firmly convinced that sharing expertise and experience is the foundation of the research activity. One of the main purposes of the conference is actually to create an international network of young researchers, both experimentalists and theoreticians, and fruitful collaborations across the different branches of Physics. The format we chose is an informal meeting primarily aimed at students and researchers at the beginning of their scientific career, who are encouraged to present their work in brief presentations able to provide genuine engagement of the audience and cross-pollination of ideas. The 7 th edition of the Young Researcher Meeting was held at the Istituto Nazionale di Ricerca Metrologica (INRiM) in Turin, the Italian National Metrology Institute responsible for the national standards of the International System of Units. The conference took place from Monday 24 th to Wednesday 26 th October 2016. This edition gathered 120 participants belonging to universities and research centres from all over the world. The plenary talk sessions covered several areas of pure and applied Physics, and they were complemented by an extremely rich and interactive poster session, which was also extended to the coffee breaks. The programme included a “poster and wine” session on the first evening, a guided tour at the Turin Astrophysical Observatory and a very enjoyable and friendly conference

  18. Reviews | Reseñas de libros

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    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available Contiene: CALATAYUD, Santiago; MILLÁN, Jesús; ROMEO, María Cruz (eds., Estado y periferias en la España del siglo XIX. Nuevos enfoques, Valencia, PUV, 2009, 459 pp. / Juan Antonio Inarejos Muñoz ; VILAR, Juan Bautista; VILAR, María José, Mujeres, Iglesia y Secularización. El Monasterio de Santa Clara la Real de Murcia en el tránsito de la Ilustración al Liberalismo (1788-1874, Murcia, Universidad de Murcia, 2012, 498 pp. / Francisco Manuel Pastor Garrigues ; SEBASTIÁ ALCARAZ, Rafael (coord., Las escuelas normales de la provincia de Alicante durante el siglo XIX, San Vicente del Raspeig, Editor Ramón Torrés, 2012, 131 pp. / José Miguel Santacreu Soler ; GÓMEZ REUS, Teresa (ed., Mujeres al frente. Testimonios de la Gran Guerra, Madrid, Huerga y Fierro Editores, 2012, 238 pp. / Mónica Moreno Seco ; VILLA GARCÍA, Roberto, La República en las urnas. El despertar de la democracia en España, Madrid, Marcial Pons, 2011, 530 pp. / Juan Martínez Leal ; GRAU, Vicent, La Segona República a Castelló. Una memoria històrica positiva, pròleg de Rosa Monlleó, Castelló de la Plana, Publicacions de la Universitat Jaume I, 2012, 465 pp. / Ricard Camil Torres Fabra ; TOMASONI, Matteo, ACCIAI, Enrico, GRASSIA, Edoardo (a cura di, «Spagna Anno Zero»: la guerra come soluzione, dossier monográfico publicado en Diacronie. Studi di Storia Contemporanea, nº 7 (luglio 2011, en línea en . / Gaspar Díez Pomares ; BJERG, María, El viaje de los niños. Inmigración, infancia y memoria en la Argentina de la segunda posguerra, Buenos Aires, Edhasa, 2012, 150 pp. / Bárbara Ortuño Martínez ; TELTSCHIK, Horst, 329 días. Desde la caída del Muro hasta la reunificación alemana, Barcelona, Círculo de Lectores, 1992, 427 pp. / Félix Gil Feito ; MARIMON, Antoni; SERRA, Sebastià (dirs., Diccionari de Partits Polítics de les Illes Balears (1900-2008, Palma, Lleonard Muntaner Editor, 2012, 460 pp. / José Miguel Santacreu Soler.

  19. Book Reviews

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    Full Text Available - R.J. Mohr, Carl A. Schmitz, Historische probleme in Nordost-Neuguinea. Huon-Halbinsel. Franz Steiner Verlag GMBH. Wiesbaden. 1960. 425 Pp., 43 Abbildungen, 9 karten und 1 Faltkarte. Studien zur Kulturkunde 16. Band. - P.E. de Josselin de Jong, H.G. Quaritch Wales, Prehistory and religion in South-East Asia. Bernard Quaritch Ltd., London 1957. 175 pp. text, 24 figs., 2 plates. - H.J. de Graaf, K.G. Tregonning, Under chartered company rule (North Borneo 1881-1946. University of Malaya Press, Singapore, 1958. 222 pp. tekst, 3 ills., 2 krtn. - S. Kooyman, Karl Erik Larsson, Fijian Studies. Etnologiska Studier, 25. Göteborg, 1960. 147 pag., 65 ills. - A. Teeuw, Hans Kähler, Ethnographische und linguistische studien über die Orang darat, Orang akit, Orang laut und Orang utan im Riau-Archipel und auf den Inseln an der Ostküste von Sumatra. Veröffentlichungen des Seminars für Indonesische und Südseesprachen der Universität Hamburg. Band 2. Berlin 1960. VI + 294 pp. - A. Teeuw, Ali Haji Ahmad, Puisi Baharu Melayu (Zaman Permulaan. Disusun oleh: Ali Haji Ahmad. Siri Sastera DBP. Bil. 4. Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka....Kuala Lumpur 1959. XV + 60 pp. - A. Teeuw, William Shakespeare, Romeo dan Julia, di-terjemahkan oleh Trisno Sumardjo. Oxford University Press, Kuala Lumpur 1960. X + 150 pp. - A. Teeuw, Chepu Kenchana. Antoloji cherita2 pendek dunia. Pengenalan dan anotasi oleh Derwent May. Kata pengantar oleh Asraf. Oxford University Press, Kuala Lumpur 1960. 196 pp. - A. Teeuw, Hasan bin Muhammad Ali, Musafir. Siri Sastera DBP Bil. 3....Kuala Lumpur 1959. 142 pp. - A. Teeuw, Asraf, Mekar dan Segar. Bunga rampai cherita-cherita pendek angkatan baru. Di-pileh dan di-bicharakan oleh Asraf. Oxford University Press, Kuala Lumpur 1959. XV + 157 pp. - A. Teeuw, Cherita pendek DBP. Siri Sastera DBP Bil. 2. Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka...Kula Lumpur 1958. 180 pp. - B.A.L. Cranstone, S. Kooyman, The art of Lake Sentani. Museum of Primitive Art, New York

  20. Epidemiology and treatment of mood disorders in a day hospital setting from 1996 to 2007: an Italian study

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    Full Text Available Maria Luca,1 Giuseppa Prossimo,1 Vincenzo Messina,1 Antonina Luca,2 Salvatore Romeo,1 Carmela Calandra11Department of Medical and Surgery Specialties, Psychiatry Unit, 2Department of Neuroscience, University Hospital Policlinico-Vittorio Emanuele, Catania, Sicily, ItalyBackground: The present study aimed: to assess prescribing patterns in the treatment of major depression, bipolar disorder type I, cyclothymia, and dysthymia from 1996 to 2007 in a day hospital setting; to evaluate the prevalence of the above-mentioned mood disorders and gender distribution; and to relate familiality, comorbidity, and marital status to each diagnosis.Methods: Medical records for 777 day hospital patients with a diagnosis of major depression, bipolar disorder type I, cyclothymia, or dysthymia were grouped into two 6-year periods so as to compare the prescribing patterns of tricyclic antidepressants, selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, noradrenergic reuptake inhibitors, serotonin and norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors, noradrenergic and specific serotonergic antidepressants, first-generation antipsychotics, second-generation antipsychotics, and mood stabilizers. Gender, prevalence, familiality, comorbidity, and marital status were related to each diagnosis.Results: The most common mood disorder, with a female preponderance, was major depression, regardless of marital status. High percentages of familiality and comorbidity were found for major depression, while a reduction was found in the utilization of tricyclic antidepressants. There was no statistically significant difference in rates of prescription of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors and noradrenergic reuptake inhibitors, but some irregularities were found upon evaluating each diagnosis (eg, increased utilization of these agents in dysthymia and major depression, respectively. There was an increase in prescriptions for serotonin and norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors, but no marked differences in

  1. The diskmass survey. VIII. On the relationship between disk stability and star formation

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    Westfall, Kyle B.; Verheijen, Marc A. W. [Kapteyn Astronomical Institute, University of Groningen, Landleven 12, 9747 AD Groningen (Netherlands); Andersen, David R. [NRC Herzberg Institute of Astrophysics, 5071 West Saanich Road, Victoria, BC V9E 2E7 (Canada); Bershady, Matthew A. [Department of Astronomy, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 475 North Charter Street, Madison, WI 53706 (United States); Martinsson, Thomas P. K. [Leiden Observatory, Leiden University, P.O. Box 9513, 2300 RA Leiden (Netherlands); Swaters, Robert A., E-mail: westfall@astro.rug.nl [National Optical Astronomy Observatory, 950 North Cherry Avenue, Tucson, AZ 85719 (United States)

    2014-04-10

    We study the relationship between the stability level of late-type galaxy disks and their star-formation activity using integral-field gaseous and stellar kinematic data. Specifically, we compare the two-component (gas+stars) stability parameter from Romeo and Wiegert (Q {sub RW}), incorporating stellar kinematic data for the first time, and the star-formation rate estimated from 21 cm continuum emission. We determine the stability level of each disk probabilistically using a Bayesian analysis of our data and a simple dynamical model. Our method incorporates the shape of the stellar velocity ellipsoid (SVE) and yields robust SVE measurements for over 90% of our sample. Averaging over this subsample, we find a meridional shape of σ{sub z}/σ{sub R}=0.51{sub −0.25}{sup +0.36} for the SVE and, at 1.5 disk scale lengths, a stability parameter of Q {sub RW} = 2.0 ± 0.9. We also find that the disk-averaged star-formation-rate surface density ( Σ-dot {sub e,∗}) is correlated with the disk-averaged gas and stellar mass surface densities (Σ {sub e,} {sub g} and Σ {sub e,} {sub *}) and anti-correlated with Q {sub RW}. We show that an anti-correlation between Σ-dot {sub e,∗} and Q {sub RW} can be predicted using empirical scaling relations, such that this outcome is consistent with well-established statistical properties of star-forming galaxies. Interestingly, Σ-dot {sub e,∗} is not correlated with the gas-only or star-only Toomre parameters, demonstrating the merit of calculating a multi-component stability parameter when comparing to star-formation activity. Finally, our results are consistent with the Ostriker et al. model of self-regulated star-formation, which predicts Σ-dot {sub e,∗}/Σ{sub e,g}∝Σ{sub e,∗}{sup 1/2}. Based on this and other theoretical expectations, we discuss the possibility of a physical link between disk stability level and star-formation rate in light of our empirical results.

  2. Open Access Papers Have a Greater Citation Advantage in the Author-Pays Model

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    Full Text Available Objective – To investigate the citation performance of open access (OA and toll access (TA papers published in author-pays open access journals. Design – Longitudinal citation analysis. Setting – Publications in Springer and Elsevier’s author-pays open access journals. Subjects – 633 journals published using the author-pays model. This model encompasses both journals where the article processing charge (APC is required and journals in which authors can request open access and voluntarily pay APCs for accepted manuscripts. Methods – The authors identified APC funded journals (journals funded by mandatory author processing charges as well as those where authors voluntarily paid a fee in order to have their articles openly accessible from both Springer and Elsevier, and analyzed papers published in these journals from 2007 to 2011. The authors excluded journals that adopted the APC model later than 2007. To identify Springer titles, the authors created a search strategy to identify open access articles in SpringerLink. A total of 576 journals were identified and double checked in the Sherpa-Romeo database (a database of copyright and open access self-archiving policies of academic journals to verify their open access policies. The authors then downloaded the journal content using SpringerLink, and using Springer Author-Mapper, separated out the open access articles from the toll access articles. In order to identify the Elsevier APC funded journals, the authors referred to “Open Access Journal Directory: A-Z,” which contained 35 OA journals (p. 584. Once the authors consulted “Sponsored articles” issued by Elsevier and verified titles in Sherpa-Romeo, they identified 57 journals that fit the “author-pays” model. The bibliographic information was downloaded and OA articles were separated from TA articles. The authors confirmed that all journals were indeed OA publications by downloading the full-text from off-campus locations

  3. PREFACE: Third Congress on Materials Science and Engineering (CNCIM-Mexico 2012)

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    de Coss, Romeo; Murrieta-Hernández, Gabriel; Aguayo-González, Aarón; Rubio-Rosas, Efraín; Chigo-Anota, Ernesto; Vigueras-Santiago, Enrique

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    The Third Congress on Material Science and Engineering (CNCIM-México 2012), which took place in Mérida, México, from 27 February to 2 March 2012 was organized by three research groups (cuerpos académicos) from the Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán: Ingeniería Física (UADY-CA-27), Modelado y Simulación Computacional de Sistemas Físicos (UADY-CA-101) and Química Fundamental y Aplicada (UADY-CA-32), in collaboration with the Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados (Cinvestav-Mérida). The First Congress in Material Science and Engineering (CNCIM-2010), was organized in Puebla, México in February 2010. This was followed by CNCIM-2011 held in Toluca, México in February 2011. The CNCIM-México 2012 Conference consisted of plenary talks (8), invited talks (10), oral contributions (54) and poster presentations (70). The topics of the Conference were: Synthesis and Preparation of Materials: Organic and Inorganic Characterization of Materials: Novel Methods and Techniques Applications of Materials: Environment, Medicine, Pharmacy, Technology, Food and Renewable Energy New Materials: Composites, Nanostructures, and from Natural Sources Theory: New Methods and Computer Simulations We want to thank the Organizing Committee, the Institutions and Sponsors supporting the Conference, and everyone who contributed to the organization of this meeting, for their invaluable efforts in order to guarantee the complete success of this conference. Editors Romeo de Coss Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del I.P.N. (Cinvestav-Mérida) A.P. 73 Cordemex 97310, Mérida, Yucatán, México decoss@mda.cinvestav.mx Gabriel Murrieta-Hernández Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán Calle 60 No. 491-A, Centro Histórico, C.P. 97000, Mérida, Yucatán, México murrieta@uady.mx Aarón Aguayo-González Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán Calle 60 No. 491-A, Centro Histórico, C.P. 97000, Mérida, Yucatán, México aguayo@uady.mx Efraín Rubio-Rosas Benemérita Universidad Aut

  4. Bilimsel iletişimde yeşil ve altın yollarda yakınsama ve Türkiye'deki yansımaları = Convergence of the gold and green roads at scholarly communication and reflections on Turkey

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    Full Text Available Son yıllarda özellikle sosyal ağlarda bilgi dolaşımının artması, gelişmiş mobil iletişim cihazlarının yoğun kullanımı kısıtsız ve farklı ortamlarda bilgi erişim ve paylaşımını gerektirmektedir. Bu bağlamda bilimsel bulguların yer aldığı makalelerin geniş kitlelere ve diğer bilim insanlarının erişimine açılması; hem bilimsel eserin doğruluk ve güvenirliğini artırmaya yardımcı olmakta, hem de bilimsel verinin paylaşılmasını ve dolayısı ile de bilimsel gelişimi olumlu yönde etkilemektedir. Yaklaşık on yıldır bu amaca açık erişim insiyatifi katkı sağlamaktadır. Bu amaçla kendi kendine arşivleme (yeşil yol ve açık erişim dergisi (altın yol bilimsel çalışmaların bilim topluluğuna sunulmasında yeni yöntemler olarak takdim edilmiştir Bu çalışmada; uluslararası alanda yeşil ve altın yollar üzerinde ortaya konan kurallar irdelenmiş, yazar ve yayıncılarının oluşan iklime uyumluluğu sorgulanmış ve Türkiye adresli kurumsal arşiv ve dergilerin ortaya çıkan durum karşısında konumları üzerine bir değerlendirme yapılmıştır. Çalışma esnasında Ulrich Süreli Yayın Rehberi, Thomson Reuters (ISI Bilimsel Web (Web of Science - WoS ve Elsevier Scopus uluslararası ticari atıf veri tabanları, RoMEO, Juliet, ve ROARMAP telif politikası rehberleri, OpenDOAR, ROAR kurumsal arşiv rehberleri ve DOAJ açık erişim dergisi rehberi ile ULAKBİM ulusal veri tabanları incelenmiştir. / In parallel with the increase of information exchange rate in social networks and the usage of mobile communication devices in recent years, it is also required that the information needs to be shared and freely accessable in different enviroments. In this context freely access to the papers including scientific findings by other scientists and broad population will help to increase both the accuracy and reability of the papers. Besides it will also affect positively the

  5. Committees

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    Leadership Team of the IAHR Committee for Hydraulic Machinery and Systems Eduard EGUSQUIZA, UPC Barcelona, Spain, Chair François AVELLAN, EPFL-LMH, Switzerland, Past Chair Richard K FISHER, Voith Hydro Inc., USA, Past Chair Fidel ARZOLA, Edelca, Venezuela Michel COUSTON, Alstom Hydro, France Niklas DAHLBÄCKCK, Vatenfall, Sweden Normand DESY, Andritz VA TECH Hydro Ltd., Canada Chisachi KATO, University of Tokyo, Japan Andrei LIPEJ, Turboinstitut, Slovenija Torbjørn NIELSEN, NTNU, Norway Romeo SUSAN-RESIGA, 'Politehnica' University Timisoara, Romania Stefan RIEDELBAUCH, Stuggart University, Germany Albert RUPRECHT, Stuttgart University, Germany Qing-Hua SHI, Dong Fang Electrical Machinery Co., China Geraldo TIAGO, Universidade Federal de Itajubá, Brazil International Advisory Committee Shouqi YUAN (principal) Jiangsu University China QingHua SHI (principal) Dong Fang Electrical Machinery Co. China Fidel ARZOLA EDELCA Venezuela Thomas ASCHENBRENNER Voith Hydro GmbH & Co. KG Germany Anton BERGANT Litostroj Power doo Slovenia B C BHAOYAL Research & Technology Centre India Hermod BREKKE NTNU Norway Stuart COULSON Voith Hydro Inc. USA Paul COOPER Fluid Machinery Research Inc USA V A DEMIANOV Power Machines OJSC Russia Bart van ESCH Technische Universiteit Eindhoven Netherland Arno GEHRER Andritz Hydro Graz Austria Akira GOTO Ebara Corporation Japan Adiel GUINZBURG The Boeing Company USA D-H HELLMANN KSB AG Germany Ashvin HOSANGADI Combustion Research and Flow Technology USA Byung-Sun HWANG Korea Institute of Material Science Korea Toshiaki KANEMOTO Kyushu Institute of Technology Japan Mann-Eung KIM Korean Register of Shipping Korea Jiri KOUTNIK Voith Hydro GmbH & Co. KG Germany Jinkook LEE Eaton Corporation USA Young-Ho LEE Korea Maritime University Korea Woo-Seop LIM Hyosung Goodsprings Inc Korea Jun MATSUI Yokohama National University Japan Kazuyoshi Mitsubishi H I Ltd, Japan MIYAGAWA Christophe NICOLET Power Vision Engineering Srl Switzerland Maryse PAGE Hydro

  6. NEWS: Post-16 update

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    .15 pm. Twelve hours travel by air will reach the other side of the world. Given such a change in the range of human activity, is it surprising that society has changed and adapted, and some historical incidents and lifestyles hardly make sense? The journals of Dorothy Wordsworth describe a life spent at walking pace. Jane Austen's novels take place at horse speed. Many modern novels are of the jet age, and world travel is part of the plot. Reading accounts of warfare, we must remember that an army perhaps moved 15 miles a day if it hurried (and arrived exhausted). It becomes very clear why Britain could be several independent kingdoms. Turning to another area of physics, we might even speculate how easy life for Romeo and Juliet would have been with a mobile phone each.

  7. Les Fiançailles au couvent : Prokofiev adapte La Duègne de Sheridan Prokofiev’s Betrothal in a Monastery: adapting Sheridan’s Duenna

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    Tetiana Zolozova

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    Full Text Available La rencontre de Prokofiev avec le patrimoine littéraire anglophone a sensiblement marqué son œuvre dans le domaine du ballet (Roméo et Juliette de Shakespeare et de l’opéra (La Duègne ou les Fiançailles au couvent de Sheridan. Ecrites presque en même temps, ces œuvres témoignent de l’intérêt du compositeur, voire de sa fascination pour un patrimoine culturel différent, inexploité par lui auparavant pour ses œuvres opératiques, fondées jusque-là sur les livrets inspirés d’écrivains russes et italiens. L’opéra présente un intérêt particulier du fait que la pièce de Sheridan est écrite dès son origine comme un livret d’opéra et fut mise en musique dès sa création et Prokofiev y vit tout de suite de quoi faire un opéra à la Mozart ou Rossini. Quelles sont les intentions personnelles du compositeur et quelles causes politico-sociales en URSS ont poussé Prokofiev vers ce sujet ? De quelle façon son interprétation de la pièce, qui s’inscrit dans la renaissance des traditions de l’opera buffa, répond-elle à l’original de Sheridan ? Quel éclairage nouveau le compositeur a-t-il apporté dans son adaptation de la pièce ? Comment, tant dans son livret que dans la musique, Prokofiev a-t-il utilisé les possibilités fournies par le texte-source pour construire la dramaturgie de l’opéra de façon à mettre en relief l’élément lyrique et le mélodisme opératique qui lui est particulier ?Prokofiev’s musical production is heavily indebted to his encounter with Britain’s literary heritage, with such important works as his ballet Romeo and Juliet after Shakespeare and his four-act opera buffa Betrothal in a Monastery after Richard Brinsley Sheridan’s The Duenna or The Double Elopement. Written almost at the same time, the two works indicate the composer’s fascination for a different cultural heritage, so far unexploited in his operas inspired by the works of Russian or Italian writers

  8. FOREWORD: The XXV IAHR Symposium on Hydraulic Machinery and Systems marks half a century tradition

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    Susan-Resiga, Romeo

    2010-05-01

    through processes administered by the editors of the 25th IAHR Symposium on Hydraulic Machinery and Systems proceedings, Professor Romeo Susan-Resiga, Dr Sebastian Muntean and Dr Sandor Bernad. We hope that this anniversary edition of the series of symposia on Hydraulic Machinery and Systems will be a significant step forward in the worldwide efforts to address the present challenges facing the modern hydraulic machines. Professor Romeo Susan-Resiga Chairman of the Organizing Committee 25th IAHR Symposium on Hydraulic Machinery and Systems

  9. Editorial

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    Full Text Available La revista electrónica e-Ciencias de la Información de la Escuela de Bibliotecología y Ciencias de la Información de la Universidad de Costa Rica, actualiza su acervo bibliográfico digital en investigación bibliotecológica para su segunda entrega del año 2013. El resultado de investigaciones originales, la revisión exhaustiva sobre un tema que se publica en forma de ensayo, así como, la aplicación de diversas tecnologías para ofrecer novedosas respuestas en un campo específico y que se reseñan en un informe técnico, son parte de los documentos que se encuentran disponibles para esta edición, con el propósito de refrescar el conocimiento del lector y porque no, sembrar en él una idea, duda o incertidumbre que pueda germinar en una nueva investigación.En esta publicación científica confluyen una serie procedimientos y negociaciones que realizan sus distintos actores para la conformación de un nuevo número semestral. Los autores someten sus artículos a revisión por parte de especialistas que verifican la calidad, originalidad y rigurosidad de sus aportes. Una vez corregido y aprobado el artículo se formatea por parte del editor de la revista para que cada documento guarde concordancia con el resto de los artículos que conforman el acervo digital de la revista. Estas y muchas otras labores se realizan con gran profesionalismo y cumpliendo con los altos estándares de calidad que le permiten a la revista estar indizada en importantes portales como DIALNET, Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ, Google Scholar, Sherpa/Romeo, entre otros.La diversidad de temas que se abordan en esta nueva edición, dan muestra de la inter y transdisciplinariedad con que se nutre la revista para garantizar que cada artículo sea de interés a una diversa comunidad de lectores e investigadores en el campo de las ciencias de la información. La historia del libro y de los formatos de transmisión del conocimiento, el análisis bibliom

  10. Editorial

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    Ricardo Chinchilla Arley

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    Full Text Available Estimado lector: Población y Salud en Mesoamérica (PSM tiene el agradado de ofrecerle un nuevo número, con artículos de gran valor científico y académico que, estamos seguros, les serán de gran utilidad. Pero además de esto, este número tiene un significado muy especial: nuestra revista cumple 10 años de existir. Hace aproximadamente 12 años surgió en el seno del Centro Centroamericano de Población la inquietud de ofrecer un espacio para dar a conocer los estudios poblacionales de nuestra región de una manera diferente. Queríamos crear una iniciativa más dinámica, que implicara una mayor rapidez en la gestión editorial, menores costos y un contacto más directo con los autores. Optamos entonces por una opción que apenas iniciaba sus primeros pasos en la Universidad de Costa Rica: la publicación electrónica. De hecho, la nuestra fue una de las primeras revistas electrónicas oficiales de esta noble institución académica. Se tuvo que librar una batalla para lograr romper con los esquemas tradicionales, en los cuales solamente la publicación impresa tenía validez, mientras que las electrónicas se tomaban como de baja calidad. Ha sido un camino largo de evolución, formación, aprendizaje y hoy por hoy se ha demostrado la solidez y seriedad de nuestra revista.PSM ha publicado hasta el día de hoy (116 al 10-1 documentos entre artículos científicos, ensayos, informes técnicos, revisiones bibliográficas y documentos históricos. Ha contado con la colaboración de autores de 17 países de América y Europa y se encuentra indexada en 20 índices internacionales de gran prestigio, entre los que se destacan HAPI, DOAJ, Sherpa/Romeo, REDALyC, Latindex y Dialnet. Además, este año ingresará a Scielo. En lo personal también representa un número especial, ya que después de este arduo camino al frente de ésta ahora gran iniciativa, me retiro como editor para dar espacio a una nueva generación. He estado con este proyecto

  11. Prince of zeta by Petar Konjović: Opera in five/four acts on the 125th anniversary of the composer's birth

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    Mosusova Nadežda

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    capturing finale in the style of Romeo and Juliet! In some recently performed versions of the opera (1989 the director (Dejan Miladinović and conductor (Oskar Danon returned to the playwright's original denouement, avoiding the Shakespearian end of Konjović (although in the spirit of Kostić who was also appreciated as a skillful translator of Shakespeare into Serbian language. In the opera Prince of Zeta Konjović focuses on Ivo Crnojević, making his role dominant to that of Maxim. The unhappy father, the tragic Hellenic figure, is with his son Maxim the main historical personality in both opera and drama. Zeta forms part of present-day Montenegro but was independent for a short period, then came under Byzantium, and eventually Rashka-Serbia. After the fall of last remnants of the Serbian vassal state in 1439, Zeta was partly independent protected by Venetians under the ruler Ivo Crnojević, before the Turks grasped Montenegro. Serbian drama, which is usually trochaic, took an iambic course in Kostić's play. The composer preserved the poet's iambs, following the musically accented flexions of spoken language, which remains the main feature of his style. The impressive vocal parts, especially those of Ivo Crnojević, starting from the Prologue and the first act, are supported by the dynamic and highly symphonized orchestra. For effective choral music the monks' ensemble in the second act (in the final version and the dramatic Venetian carnival scene with the stylized Montenegrin folk-dances should be noted in both versions. With Prince of Zeta the author definitely made a distinguished name as a composer in Serbian culture, with a strong influence on younger generations of Serbian musicians.

  12. EDITORIAL: Terahertz nanotechnology Terahertz nanotechnology

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    Demming, Anna; Tonouchi, Masayoshi; Reno, John L.

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    an InGaAs heterostructure Nanotechnology 24 214007 [4] Chen H-T, Padilla W J, Zide J M O, Gossard A C, Taylor A J and Averitt R D 2006 Active terahertz metamaterial devices Nature 444 597-600 [5] Hans H 1991 Microwave technology in the terahertz region Brand Conf. Proc.—European Microwave Conf. vol 1, pp 16-35 [6]Joyce H J, Docherty C J, Gao Q, Tan H H, Jagadish C, Lloyd-Hughes J, Herz L M and Johnston M B 2013 Electronic properties of GaAs, InAs and InP nanowires studied by terahertz spectroscopy Nanotechnology 24 214006 [7] Knap W, Rumyantsev S, Vitiello M S, Coquillat D, Blin S, Dyakonova N, Shur M, Teppe F, Tredicucci A and Nagatsuma T 2013 Nanometer size field effect transistors for terahertz detectors Nanotechnology 24 214002 [8] Kawano Y 2013 Wide-band frequency-tunable terahertz and infrared detection with graphene Nanotechnology 24 214004 [9]Romeo L, Coquillat D, Pea M, Ercolani D, Beltram F, Sorba L, Knap W, Tredicucci A and Vitiello M S 2013 Nanowire-based field effect transistors for terahertz detection and imaging systems Nanotechnology 24 214005 [10] Son J-H 2013 Principle and applications of terahertz molecular imaging Nanotechnology 24 214001 [11] Zhu Z, Yang X, Gu J, Jiang J, Yue W, Tian Z, Tonouchi M, Han J and Zhang W 2013 Broadband plasmon induced transparency in terahertz metamaterials Nanotechnology 24 214003 [12] Tonouchi M 2007 Cutting-edge terahertz technology Nature Photon. 1 97-105

  13. Tribunales de Ética Médica y Ley 23 de 1981

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    trata de los órganos de control y del régimen disciplinario, de los Tribunales de ética médica y de las sanciones.

    Me corresponde a mi comentar el Título II de la Ley, referente a la práctica profesional. Pero algunos de sus capítulos serán tratados ‘y discutidos por otros conferencistas: los doctores Carlos Cortés Caballero y Enrique Sánchez Puyana, Magistrados del Tribunal de Etica Médica, el Magistrado Presidente del Tribunal, Dr. Ello Orduz, disertará sobre Riesgo en la actividad médica: el doctor Germán Duarte Hernández, médico psiquiatra de la oficina de Medicina Legal, tratará de la importancia médico-legal de la historia clínica y los certificados médicos.

    Antes de comentar lo pertinente a la Ley 23 de Etica Médica he creído conveniente exponer algunas consideraciones atinentes a las relaciones entre la ética médica y la responsabilidad legal derivada de la actividad médica. Y a la ensefianza de la ética médica y de la ética clínica y su importancia para el médico. Las conductas del médico en su campo profesional están muy ligadas a la ética y la trasgresión de las normas éticas puede llevar al médico a la comisión o a la omisión de actos que le acarreen consecuencias legales ya sean civiles o penales;

    El análisis de las conductas vinculadas a la actividad medico- quirúrgica es muy complejo y ha originado posiciones doctrinales y jurisprudenciales en el campo jurídico (Trigo-Represas 1978, Mosset-Iturraspe 1979, Romeo-Casabona, 1981, Gómez Uribe, 1987. También se han fijado posiciones doctrinales y jurisprudenciales en el campo médico en los Tribunales de Etica Médica en el desempeño de las funciones que en Colombia les fija la Ley 23 de 1981.

    Ciertas personas consideran inútiles o superfluos a los Tribunales de Etica Médica. Y hay gentes muy propensas a buscar y a encontrar supuestas faltas de los médicos en los casos cHnicos difíciles en los que la responsabilidad legal del m

  14. Countdown for the Cluster quartet

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    from each ESA member state. These finalists and their families have all won a 3-day trip to attend a special Cluster II launch event in one of these ESA establishments: * ESRIN (near Rome, Italy): winners from France, Ireland, Belgium. * VILSPA (near Madrid, Spain): winners from The Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Finland. * ESTEC (near Amsterdam, The Netherlands): winners from Germany, Denmark, Switzerland, Austria. * ESOC (in the Rhine Valley, Germany): winners from Italy, Spain, Portugal, United Kingdom. The Lucky 15. The lucky national winners are: Austria: VENTO, NUBO, FULMO, PLUVO entered by Andreas Rosenstingl (Vienna, A). Belgium: ALBATROS, EAGLE, FALCON, HAWK entered by André Borremans (Lembeek, B). Denmark: ORIENTÁLIS, OCCIDENTÁLIS, AQUILÓNIUS, AUSTRÁLIS entered by Mia Stampe (Copenhagen, DK). Finland: UKKO, ILMATAR, KOKKO, LOUHI entered by Ismo Hirvonen (Tampere, FI) France: ADAGIO, ALLEGRO, LARGO, VIVACE entered by Daniel Lellouch (c/o Rehovot, Israel) Germany: TRISTAN & ISOLDE, ROMEO & JULIA entered by Manuela Saal (Köln, D) Ireland: IMBOLC, BELTAINE, LUGHNASA, SAMHAIN entered by Grainne Duncan (Dublin, IR). Italy: GEA, URANO, TETI, CRONO entered by Paola Benna (Avigliana-To, I). Netherlands: KIN, UINAL, TUN, KATUN entered by Ben Jasper Fayer (Hoogeven, NL). Norway: CHLOROS, ERYTHROS, AUREUS, LUTEUS entered by Joar Vatnaland (c/o Leeds, UK). Portugal: IXCHELL, ITZAMNA, MAUINA, RAINBOW entered by Carlos Fernando Carvalhido Oliveira (Porto, P). Spain: DIVEE, BEEDY, EEROT, BROT entered by Sergi Porter (Barcelona, E). Sweden: FLUTE, VIOLIN, CELLO, PIANO entered by Ola Carlström (Huddige, SW). Switzerland: SOLÉA, LUNÉA, EOLIA, ONDÉA entered by Luciana Favre (Riddes, CH). United Kingdom: TANGO, RUMBA, SALSA, SAMBA entered by Raymond Cotton (Bristol, UK). One of these lucky finalists will go on to gain a special grand prize when the winning names for the four spacecraft are announced at the ESOC event to mark the first Cluster II launch. These names will

  15. Selected Lectures of the XXII National Congress of the Italian Society of Neonatology (Società Italiana di Neonatologia, SIN; Naples (Italy; October 12-15, 2016

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    OBSERVATIONAL STUDYR. Falsaperla, G. Vitaliti, P. Pavone, G. Di StefanoLECT 16. QUALITY OF LIFE PERCEPTION IN EX PRETERM CHILDREN S. Orcesi, I. Olivieri, S. BovaLECT 17. OXYGEN SATURATION TARGETS AND RETINOPATHY OF PREMATURITY IN ELBW INFANTSP.P. Popolo, S. Pesce, C. Mercogliano, C. GizziLECT 18. PROTOCOL FOR PREVENTION OF SUDDEN UNEXPECTED POSTNATAL COLLAPSEL. Ilardi, I. Picciolli, L. Bollani, A. Bossi, R. Bottino, C. Buggè, S. Cherubini, L. Colombo, C. Pagliotta, E. Palumbo, S. Perniciaro, L. Rossi, V. Siragusa, P. Tagliabue, on behalf of the Lombardy Section of the Italian Society of NeonatologyLECT 19. HOME BIRTH: THE RISKS OF AN ANCIENT PRACTICES. Martinelli, S. FiocchiLECT 20. NEONATAL ULTRASONOGRAPHY SCREENINGR. AgostinianiLECT 21. PULSE OXIMETRY SCREENING FOR CRITICAL CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE IN THE WELL-BABY NURSERYF. Schena, I. Picciolli, L. Colombo, F. MoscaLECT 22. CRITICAL ISSUES IN THE EARLY DISCHARGE OF THE NEWBORNA.A. Zuppa, P. Catenazzi, A. Compagnone, C. RomagnoliLECT 23. FEVER IN THE NEWBORN: WHAT TO DO?R. Pedicino, I. Stolfi, V. PisaniLECT 24. CYANOSIS IN THE NEWBORNC. DaniLECT 25. HEAD TRAUMA: WHICH APPROACH IN THE NEWBORN INFANT?P. Biban, G. La Fauci, E. Giacomelli, G. Pagano, S. Spada, D. SilvagniLECT 26. VITAMINS AND FLUORIDE: NEW REQUIREMENTS IN A MULTI-ETHNIC WORLDS. FanaroLECT 27. MELATONINS. AversaLECT 28. IRON AND TRACE ELEMENTSP. Saracco, R. BagnaLECT 29. IMMUNIZATION OF THE NEONATEG. ChiricoLECT 30. FERMENTED INFANT FORMULAE: EVIDENCE FROM NEWBORNSF. Mosca, M.L. Giannì, A. Orsi, P. RoggeroLECT 31. LEGAL ISSUES OF NEONATAL EMERGENCY TRANSPORT SERVICEL. Capasso, A.C. Borrelli, M. Colonna, A. Di Fiore, I. Fucile, F. RaimondiLECT 32. END OF LIFE CARE IN NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNITL. Memo, P. LagoLECT 33. PEDIATRICIANS PRESCRIBING FORMULAS FOR INFANTS: SCIENTIFIC, LEGISLATIVE AND ETHICAL ISSUESG. Faldella, S. MartiniLECT 34. BREASTFEEDING PROMOTION, SUPPORT AND PROTECTIONN.A. RomeoLECT 35. BREASTFEEDING DIFFICULTIES IN THE NON-INTENSIVE CONTEXTG

  16. EL CIRCO Y MI DILEMA

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    pequeña maleta. Y este año, presentan una pareja de “enanos” (así lo comentó la gente al salir a quienes todos miran como lo que se está mostrando: ¡”un show de circo”!. Apenas vi la reacción del público, pensé: ésta sociedad no deja de sorprenderme. Jamás estaría de acuerdo en ver como “FENÓMENO” o como “RARO” a un ser humano con capacidades especiales (por un exceso o por su condición de discapacidad (por un defecto. Yo entiendo que en el show se aplaude el hecho de haber presentado algún acto excepcional o por tener una habilidad especial; pero no creo que esta vez ese haya sido el caso de esta pareja de personas “pequeñas”. Inicialmente se presentó a la mujer (tan pequeña que muchos se preguntaron si era una niña volando por toda la carpa colgada de unos globos gigantes y el chiste era que el público la impulsara de un lado a otro como quien hace rebotar un balón. Tampoco mostraron una habilidad especial circense cuando imitaron un acto en un aro, ni cuando hicieron la parodia de Romeo y Julieta. No puede decirse que se estaba mostrando alguna habilidad especial en ellos y me asalta el temor de que se hayan incluido en el espectáculo simplemente por mostrar o exhibir a dos seres diferentes que llaman la atención por ser “tan extremadamente pequeños” (es decir, por su propio defecto físico, y no por tener alguna habilidad o destreza especial digna de aplaudir. No niego que el artista central del espectáculo (Mario fue muy cálido con ellos (Valentina y Gregori. Se notaba el amor con que los trataba. Pero lo que no me cabe en la cabeza es que su “exposición” ante el público haya sido justificada por el simple hecho de ser seres humanos especialmente “diminutos”. El público al final del espectáculo aplaude el show completo, porque es magnífico y en general las habilidades de los acróbatas y demás artistas son excepcionales. Pero dado que nuestra pareja de pequeños circenses realmente no muestran unas

  17. First results about current and hydrological data collected in the southern Tyrrhenian subbasin during the GEOSTAR-2 deep-sea mission

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    Fuda, J.-L.; Millot, C.; Cazoulat, A.; Jouve, A.; Robin, S.; Rougier, G.; Etiope, G.; Favali, P.

    2003-04-01

    loops have still to be specified. On M6, the 75-kHz ADCP data clearly evidenced a very energetic 200m-thick bottom layer with maximum speeds up to 30-35 cm/s canalised eastwards due to the bottom topography, which corresponds to the EOW inflow. This inflow continuously displayed a pulsation at a period of about eight days which, to our knowledge, has never been reported previously. An intermediate layer of relatively low motion was found between 200m and 400m above sea floor, with maximum speeds rarely exceeding 10-15 cm/s (which roughly corresponds to the Levantine Intermediate Water (LIW) inflow). Above, the deepest part of the energetic and much variable flow of Atlantic Water (AW) was sampled with speeds up to 35-40 cm/s. The authors were supported by E.U. MAST III - Contract CT98-0183. Thanks are due to the crew of R/V Urania, managed by the Italian CNR. REFERENCES Beranzoli L., T. Braun, M. Calcara, D. Calore, R. Campaci, J.-M. Coudeville, A. De Santis, G. Etiope, P. Favali, F. Frugoni, J.-L. Fuda, F. Gamberi, F. Gasparoni, H. Gerber, M. Marani, J. Marvaldi, C. Millot, P. Palangio, G. Romeo, G. Smriglio, 2000. GEOSTAR, the first european long term seafloor observatory, EOS Transactions, vol. 81, n.5, 45-49. Fuda J.-L. , G. Etiope, C. Millot, P. Favali, M. Calcara, G. Smriglio and E. Boschi, 2001. Warming, salting and origin of the Tyrrhenian Deep Water. Geophys. Res. Letters, 29(18), 1886, doi:10.1029/2001GL014072, 2002. Millot C., 1999b. Circulation in the Western Mediterranean sea. J. Mar. Systems, 20, 1-4, 423-442. Sparnocchia, S., G.P. Gasparini, M. Astraldi, M. Borghini, and P. Pisteck, Dynamics and mixing of the Eastern Mediterranean outflow in the Tyrrhenian Basin. J. Mar. Syst., 20, 301-317, 1999.

  18. ALGUNAS INVESTIGACIONES DEL DR. GROOT EN LA REVISTA MEDICINA. RESEÑA HISTÓRICA DE ALGUNOS ESTUDIOS COLOMBIANOS SOBRE TRYPANOSOMA RANGELI

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    Hernando Groot Liévano

    2016-12-01

    . Como el parásito lo encontramos en alta proporción en los habitantes del valle del Río Ariari y teniendo en cuenta que en las descripciones que por entonces habían hecho de T. rangeli del hombre los distinguidos científicos Romeo de León en Guatemala, Pifano en Venezuela y Hernández de Paredes en Colombia, no había suficiente información para compararlos con nuestro parásito, propusimos para este último el nombre de Trypanosoma ariarii. Bien pronto, sin embargo, por generosa cooperación de estos tres investigadores, recibí las cepas por ellos aisladas y las estudié in extenso habiendo comprobado que su comportamiento era igual al de los parásitos encontrados en el Valle del Ariari. De esta manera, establecí la sinonimia entre el T. ariarii y el T. rangeli (2. La situación arriba indicada explica por qué en nuestras primeras comunicaciones sobre T. rangeli el nombre que le dábamos al parásito era T. ariarii...

  19. 5th National Congress of the Italian Society of Physiotherapy

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    Alessandro Aina

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    basis of genetic dystonia: a multimodal MRI study Elisabetta Sarasso, Federica Agosta, Aleksandra Tomić, Silvia Basaia, Nataša Dragašević, Marina Svetel, Massimiliano Copetti, Vladimir S. Kostic, Massimo Filippi P37 The relative inclination of the end vertebrae of a scoliotic single curve can influence the results of the conservative treatment? A pilot study Francesco Saveri, Michele Romano, Matteo Mastrantonio, Alessandra Negrini, Fabio Zaina, Negrini Stefano P38 Physiotherapy for myofascial pain syndromes: reported methodological quality of randomized controlled trials indexed in the PEDro database Alessandro Schneebeli, Greta Castellini, Valentina Redaelli, Emiliano Soldini, Marco Barbero P39 Is the patellar pubic percussion test useful to diagnose only femur fractures or something else? Two case reports Segat M, Casonato O, Margelli M, Pillon S. P40 Effectiveness of new rehab method for MDI Spunton V, Fenini R, Garofalo R, Conti M P41 Toe walking and autism: cross-sectional study on clinical presentation patterns and correlation with language delay Valagussa G, Balatti V, Trentin L, Melli S, Norsi M, and Grossi E P42 Active Kyphosis Value (AKV: a new test for the evaluation of the kyphotisation mobility of the thoracic spine Massimiliano Vanossi, Francesco Saveri, Michele Romano P43 Pain Drawing and psychological distress in low back pain - systematic review and meta-analysis Carla Vanti, Sara Taioli, Ivan Gardenghi, Lucia Bertozzi, Anna Rosso, Antonio Romeo, Paolo Pillastrini P44 Responsiveness of the Oswestry Disability Index in symptomatic lumbar spondylolisthesis Carla Vanti, Silvano Ferrari, Martina Ruggeri, Marco Monticone P45 The relationship between instability tests, pain and disability in non-specific low back pain Carla Vanti, Bellini Filippo, Cristina Conti, Federica Faresin, Martina Ruggeri, Raffaella Piccarreta, Silvano Ferrari P46 Smartphone applications (apps for physical therapists: a review Villanova Luca, Vercelli Stefano P47 A randomized

  20. Selected Abstracts of the 12th International Workshop on Neonatology; Cagliari (Italy; October 19-22, 2016

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    . Colella, A.M. D'Onofrio, E. Dusi, I. Falletti, A. Gabriele, R. Galiano, G. Gargano, R. Longo, C. Magnani, P. Mariotti, R. Marzolla, M. Mussap, G. Ottonello, P. Paladini, G. Parisi, M.G. Romeo, N.A. Romeo, L. Tegaldo, S. Vendemmia, M. Zaffanello, P.U. Zucchinetti, V. FanosABS 72. CHARACTERIZATION OF THE METABOLOME OF HUMAN MILK BY NMR METABOLOMICS • F. Cesare Marincola, S. Corbu, A. Dessì, A. Noto, T. Boutsikou, D.D. Briana, V. Fanos, A. Malamitsi-PuchnerABS 73. DOWN SYNDROME ASSOCIATED TO DISORDER OF SEXUAL DIFFERENTIATION: A CASE REPORT • F. Ayari, H. Mannai, H. Chourou, N. Ben Ameur, M. Cheour, I. Ksibi, S. KacemABS 74. GC-MS METABOLOMICS IDENTIFICATION OF NEW BIOMARKERS OF CHORIOAMNIONITIS: A PILOT STUDY • F. Palmas, D. Biggio, L. Pugni, A. Noto, L. Barberini, C. Fattuoni, A. Dessì, V. Fanos, F. MoscaABS 75. POLYCYSTIC OVARIAN SYNDROME, METABOLIC SYNDROME AND DYSBIOSIS OF GUT MICROBIOTA • S. Vendemmia, M.G. Schiavone, M. VendemmiaABS 76. MATERNAL OBESITY: INFLAMMATORY AND ANTIOXIDANT MARKERS IN SALIVA • G.M. Anelli, M. Zambon, C. Mandò, B. Bottazzi, C. Novielli, C. Garlanda, I. Cetin, S. AbatiABS 77. MONITORING AND SUPPORTING MATERNAL COMPETENCE IN PRETERM CONDITIONS: A LONGITUDINAL STUDY USING Q-SORT • C.M. Cacciatore, A. Dessì, R. Pintus, M.R. Morales, G. Perricone, C. PolizziABS 78. APPENDICITIS IN NEWBORN: TWO CASE REPORTS • A. Melis, E. Chicconi, O. Biasetti, M.C. Mannazzu, M. Ubertazzi, M. Iannucelli, A. Cualbu, G. OlzaiABS 79. THE ROLE OF PEDIATRICIANS IN CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE PREVENTION: FAMILY HISTORY AS A POWERFUL SCREENING TOOL TO DETECT HYPERCHOLESTEROLEMIC CHILDREN • M.E. Capra, G. BiasucciABS 80. METABOLOMICS STUDY ON NEC OCCURRENCE BY GC-MS • F. Palmas, A. De Magistris, A. Noto, L. Barberini, C. Fattuoni, A. Dessì, V. Fanos, J.-C. PicaudABS 81. A CASE REPORT OF INTESTINAL INTUSSUSCEPTION • V. RussoABS 82. DETECTION OF FAMILIES AT HIGH RISK FOR CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE: THE PEDIATRIC POINT OF VIEW • M.E. Capra, G

  1. List of Participants

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    2008-11-01

    Università di Napoli Federico II Elena Méndez Escobar University of Edinburgh Iulian Negru University of Craiova Emil NissimovInstitute for Nuclear Research and Nuclear Energy, Sofia Teake NutmaCentre for Theoretical Physics, University of Groningen Niels Obers Niels Bohr Institute, København Olof Ohlsson SaxUppsala University Rodrigo OleaIstituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare, Sezione di Milano Domenico OrlandoUniversité de Neuchâtel Marta Orselli Niels Bohr Institute, København Tomas OrtinInstituto de Física Teórica, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid Yaron OzTel Aviv University Enrico PajerLudwig-Maximilians-Universität, München Angel Paredes GalanUtrecht University Sara PasquettiUniversité de Neuchâtel Silvia PenatiUniversità di Milano-Bicocca Jan PerzKatholieke Universiteit Leuven Igor PesandoUniversità di Torino Tassos PetkouUniversity of Crete Marios PetropoulosCenter de Physique Théorique, École Polytechnique, Palaiseau Franco PezzellaIstituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare, Sezione di Napoli Moises Picon PonceUniversity of Padova Marco PirroneUniversità di Milano-Bicocca Andrea PrinslooUniversity of Cape Town Joris RaeymaekersKatholieke Universiteit Leuven Alfonso RamalloUniversidade de Santiago de Compostela Carlo Alberto RattiUniversità di Milano-Bicocca Marco RauchPhysikalisches Institut, Universität Bonn Ronald Reid-EdwardsUniversity of Hamburg Patricia RitterUniversity of Edinburgh Peter RoenneDESY, Hamburg Jan RosseelUniversità di Torino Clement RuefService de Physique Théorique, CEA Saclay Felix RustMax-Planck-Institut für Physik, München Thomas RyttovNiels Bohr Institute, København and CERN, Geneva Agustin Sabio VeraCERN, Geneva Christian SaemannTrinity College, Dublin Houman Safaai SISSA, Trieste Henning SamtlebenÉcole Normale Supérieure, Lyon Alberto SantambrogioIstituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare, Sezione di Milano Silviu Constantin SararuUniversity of Craiova Ricardo SchiappaCERN, Geneva Ionut Romeo SchiopuChalmers University, G

  2. Editorial

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    bibliotecólogo ha procesado, almacenado y diseminado la información para acercar al usuario a la gran explosión bibliográfica producida, mayoritariamente, en la sociedad de la información. El ideal de la sociedad de la información debe incluir desde las más tempranas edades escolares, hasta los científicos más destacados, el acceso equitativo a esta preciada triada: la palabra, la escritura y el libro.Por último, y no menos importante, se debe destacar el hecho de que la Revista ha sido ingresada a los indexadores DOAJ, DIALNET y Sherpa/Romeo, posicionándose aún más entre las publicaciones sobresalientes de la producción científica de la Universidad de Costa Rica.