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  1. Ludvig, Zsuzsa (ed.) Eurasian challenges : partnerships with Russia and other issues of the post-Soviet area. East European Studies, No. 4, Budabest Institute of World Economics and Regional Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2013, 163pp. / Csab

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    Weiner, Csaba

    2013-01-01

    Arvustus: Ludvig, Zsuzsa (ed.) Eurasian challenges : partnerships with Russia and other issues of the post-Soviet area. Budabest Institute of World Economics and Regional Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2013

  2. Underholdning, emotioner og identitet. Et mediepsykologisk perspektiv på underholdningspræferencer

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    Christian Jantzen

    2008-12-01

    Full Text Available Underholdning er mere end adspredelse og alt andet end tidsfordriv. Mennesker er motiverede for at lade sig underholde, fordi underholdning rummer kvaliteter, der er af væsentlig betydning for deres fysiske, psykiske og sociale velbefindende. Ved at identificere disse oplevelseskvaliteter vil artiklen for det første præcisere underholdningens emotionsregulerende og identitetskonstituerende funktioner. Men ikke alle mennesker motiveres af og er motiverede for samme type underholdning og samme oplevelseskvaliteter. Artiklen vil derfor for det andet vise, hvordan individuelle forskelle i motivation i vid udstrækning er begrundet i personlighedsmæssige forhold, der får individer til at foretrække bestemte oplevelseskvaliteter frem for andre. Denne redegørelse munder ud i en psykografisk segmenteringsmodel, som artiklen for det tredje søger at beskrive forskelle i underholdningspræferencer ud fra. Det er artiklens pointe, at underholdningsprogrammer kan fungere som segmentknusere ved at rumme oplevelseskvaliteter, der er relevante for forskellige segmenter. Entertainment, Emotions and Personality Analyzing Preferences for Media Entertainment from a Media Psychological Perspective Entertainment is far more than a simple pastime and anything but a waste of time. On the contrary we are as humans motivated towards entertainment, as entertainment offers distinct qualities crucial for our psychical, psychological and social well-being. By identifying such experiential qualities this paper aims firstly at defining how entertainment regulates emotions as well as constituting our identity. Not all people are however motivated by or are motivated towards the same type of entertainment and the same experiential qualities. Therefore this paper aims secondly at demonstrating how individual differences in motivation to a large degree stem from differences in personality, determining preferences for certain experiential qualities rather than others. This

  3. Utopist with Common Sense. Self-Narration and Career Making in the Works of Ferenc Balázs

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    Vallasek Júlia-Réka

    2017-09-01

    Full Text Available My study focuses on the self-narration of the young Transylvanian writer and social activist of the first part of the twentieth century, Ferenc Balázs, based on his personal correspondence and his autobiographical works. The medieval tradition of peregrination becomes a journey around the world which later will offer the ideological background of his work, and an evergoing clash between cultural traditions. Both his literary work and social achievement are characterized by premodern nostalgia for rural life mixed with utopian socialist ideas. The task of shaping a traditionalist, rural community according to modern idea becomes a token of individual achievement in his works. Balázs’s self-narration is contrasted in the memoirs of his wife and co-worker, Christine Frederiksen (The Alabaster Village, narrated from the special point of view of the stranger. Her interpretation comes to complete a story filled with complex interactions of cultural representations.

  4. A Hungarian Writer’s Experience of the Mediterranean: On Ferenc Herczeg’s Szelek Szárnyán Travelogue/ Ship's Log

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    Bence Erika

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available One of the works of the much disputed and until recently often avoided oeuvre of Herczeg Ferenc is the attention-grabbing work entitled Szelek szárnyán [On the Wings of the Wind] (1905. a travelogue and a ship’s Jog. Its analysis casts another view on the life of this writer, bom in South Banat. who. at the beginning of the 20th century, sailed the Adriatic and the Mediterranean with his nephew in his sailing boat called Sirály (The Seagull - thus demonstrating and choosing a secessionist lifestyle, even abandoning Budapest -, and his inspiration by the sea reached a peak in this volume (Secessionist in every sense, advertising the beauties and values of the Adriatic. This prose work was created in the context of Rijeka, Zadar, Sibenik. Trogir, Split, Dubrovnik, and Boka Kotorska. which (apart from its Secessionist character, owing to its cross-artistic and multicultural features, blends various art forms and ways of expression. It gives a superb experience to the reader. The study interprets and analyses Ferenc Herczeg’s volume Szelek szárnyán as a complex genre created in a cross-artistic environment, with the objective to emphasize and present its special role and standing in Hungarian literature as well as in the field of fine and applied arts.

  5. ferences on HIV/AIDS in Africa

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    14 oct. 2005 ... improve the PLWHA's quality of life, HIV is still considered as .... The impact of HIV/AIDS on health care systems and private ..... persons of the same sex, with more and more elderly men having ..... Promotion of prevention was.

  6. Kandó-Melocco, Ferenc. 2015. An Anti-Nazi at Hitler's Table: Political Memoirs of a Hungarian Nobleman Who Dared to Oppose Both Hitler and the Communists. (trans. and ed. Esther Kando Odescalchi. North Charleston, SC: CreateSpace. 162 pp., Illus.; Odescalchi, Esther Kando. 2016. My Escape: Memoirs of a Hungarian Teenage Freedom Fighter. North Charleston, SC: CreateSpace. Illus. 148 pp.

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    Ruth G. Biro

    2017-09-01

    Full Text Available Kandó-Melocco, Ferenc. 2015. An Anti-Nazi at Hitler's Table: Political Memoirs of a Hungarian Nobleman Who Dared to Oppose Both Hitler and the Communists. (trans. and ed. Esther Kando Odescalchi. North Charleston, SC: CreateSpace. 162 pp., Illus.; Odescalchi, Esther Kando. 2016. My Escape: Memoirs of a Hungarian Teenage Freedom Fighter. North Charleston, SC: CreateSpace. Illus. 148 pp.

  7. Central radiological department of the Jahn Ferenc hospital and medical center

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    Erdelyi, M Jr [Jahn Ferenc Korhaz-Rendeloeintezet, Budapest (Hungary). Koezponti Radiologia

    1982-01-01

    The design, organisation and functioning of the central X-ray diagnostical unit of the new hospital, inaugurated in December 1980 are reviewed. The experiences of the shortcomings of the planning are summerized, too.

  8. Hvordan påvirker indvandrernes integration, ressourcer og diaspora deres bosætningspræferencer?

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    Andersen, Hans Skifter

    Etniske minoriteters boligønsker må i vid udstrækning antages, at have de samme årsager, som generelt er fundet i forbindelse med studier af boligvalg i Danmark og andre europæiske lande. Men indvandreres bosætning i Danmark og andre lande afviger så meget fra den indfødte befolknings, at den ikk...

  9. Forhandling af ønskede deltagelsesformer og pædagogiske præferencer i relation til fastholdelse

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    Lippke, Lena

    2013-01-01

    This paper provides empirical insights into the practices of re-forming a school setting aimed at students thought to be at-risk of dropping out of a vocational educational training college. Inspired by the tradition of voiced research the paper reflects on the lived experience of teachers involved....... However the re-forming also represents an interruption of existing institutional structures and practices. The facilitation of a different type of school and a different type of teacher establishes tensions and fractions among the teachers and their colleagues reflecting a discussion and negotiation...

  10. Van small talk naar een waardevolle buurtgemeenschap

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    Reitsma, Baukje; Ghorashi, H.; Kovacs, Z.

    2017-01-01

    Light communities ontstaan doordat mensen samen gemeenschappelijke problemen willen oplossen. Sociologen Halleh Ghorashi, Baukje Reitsma en Zsuzsa Kovacs onderzochten de betekenis van de Amsterdamse community Meevaart. De zeer diverse bewoners blijken via small talk betekenisvolle contacten aan te

  11. Partnervalg på film

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    Kramer, Mette

    2006-01-01

    Nye kognitions- og evolutionspsykologiske aspekter på kvinders filmpræferencer for romantiske film og melodramer......Nye kognitions- og evolutionspsykologiske aspekter på kvinders filmpræferencer for romantiske film og melodramer...

  12. Euroopa tellisepreemia 2006 / Triin Ojari

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    Ojari, Triin, 1974-

    2006-01-01

    Viinis toimunud Euroopa tellisarhitektuuri auhindade Brick'06 kätteandmisel märgiti ära Tartu Jaani kiriku taastamine (arhitekt Udo Tiirmaa, kunstiajaloolane Kaur Alttoa). Esimene koht: Ungari Pecsi linna Barbakani väljaku elu- ja ärikompleks (arhitektid Ferenc Csagoly, Ferenc Keller). Teine koht: kiriku rekonstruktsioon raamatukoguks Madridis (arhitekt Jose Ignacio Rodriguez)

  13. Britain’s Nuclear Deterrent Force and the U.S.-U.K. Special Relationship

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    2014-06-01

    Role,” Science 214, no. 4518 (1981): 324, http://www.jstor.org/stable/1686877. 80 Ferenc Morton Szasz , The Day the Sun Rose Twice: The Story of the...Richard N. Defense of the Realm: British Strategy in the Nuclear Epoch. New York: Columbia University Press, 1968. Szasz , Ferenc Morton. The Day

  14. How participation in a Drug Company-Managed Clinical Trial Influenced GPs’ Guideline Adherence and Drug Preference: A Register-Based study

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    Andersen, Morten; Kragstrup, Jakob; Søndergaard, Jens

    2005-01-01

    21 st International Con ference on Pharmacoepidemiology and Therapeytic Risk Management, Nashville, Tennessee, USA, Abstract 187 i Pharmacoepidemiology and drug safety 2004;14:494......21 st International Con ference on Pharmacoepidemiology and Therapeytic Risk Management, Nashville, Tennessee, USA, Abstract 187 i Pharmacoepidemiology and drug safety 2004;14:494...

  15. equitytools.eu

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    Højer-Pedersen, Lasse; Kruse, Ane

    2013-01-01

    Valg af materiale/medie/form: Hjemmeside Valg af arbejdsform: Udvikling og opsætning Begrundelse for valg af materiale/medie/form/arbejdsform: Målgruppens præference......Valg af materiale/medie/form: Hjemmeside Valg af arbejdsform: Udvikling og opsætning Begrundelse for valg af materiale/medie/form/arbejdsform: Målgruppens præference...

  16. Kubens fascination

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    Skude, Flemming

    2002-01-01

    Anmeldelse af Nykredits domicil på Kalvebod Brygge referende til Ford Foundation i New York og nutidens præference for minimalistisk kubisme.......Anmeldelse af Nykredits domicil på Kalvebod Brygge referende til Ford Foundation i New York og nutidens præference for minimalistisk kubisme....

  17. (Nycteris thebaica and Hipposideros caller)

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    ferences in the prey detection systems of morphologically similar species. .... arthropod specimens (collected using a mercury vapour light trap) and culled parts of ..... caffer receives a blend of weak and strong signals at different. Doppler-shifts ...

  18. Evolution of entropy in different types of non-Markovian three-level ...

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    ference between Markovian and non-Markovian systems lies in the memory ... In recent years, research on quantum entanglement has attracted a lot of attention, which .... Hamiltonians for three types of atoms in the interaction picture are.

  19. Uppsala ülikool nimetas uue soome-ugri keelte dotsendi / Airi Alanurme

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    Alanurme, Airi

    2005-01-01

    2. detsembril 2005 keeleteaduskonna nõukogus. Virve Raag valis dotsentuuriloengu teemaks "Soome-ugri keelereformijad põhjas ja lõunas: Johannes Aavik ja Ferenc Kazinczy". Loeng toimus 29. novembril ülikooli auditooriumis

  20. Comparison of the Minutiae Quadruplets and Minutiae Triplets

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    Identifying distorted fingerprint images is a major problem in fingerprint recog- nition systems. Several techniques, such as the minutiae triplets technique, have been proposed ..... ference on Biometric Technology for Human. Identification IV.

  1. Vengrija i Slovakkia obvinjajut drug druga / Evelyn Kaldoja

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    Kaldoja, Evelyn, 1980-

    2008-01-01

    Ungari valitsusjuht Ferenc Gyurcsany ja tema Slovakkia ametivend Robert Fico kirjutasid alla lepingule, mille kohaselt lubasid võidelda ekstremismiga ja ohjeldada natsionalismiilminguid, et parandada kahe riigi omavahelisi suhteid

  2. Application of RNA interference in treating human diseases

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    ference than either strand individually. After injection into ... antisense strand to messenger RNAs (mRNAs) that bear ... processing of longer dsRNA and stem loop precursors (Nov- ... RNAi has several applications in biomedical research,.

  3. Could glutaric acid (GA) replace glutaraldehyde in the preparation of ...

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    folds received wide attention due to low cost, ease of processing and biocompatibility .... ference in the absorbance divided by the absorbance of the native material ..... The present study explicitly demonstrated that glutaric acid acts as suitable ...

  4. Er vi ved at date os til døde?

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    Andersen, Tem Frank

    2014-01-01

    Den amerikanske kulturkritiker Neil Postman skrev tilbage i 1970'erne om fjernsynets indflydelse på vores forstand, vores kognitive kompetencer, vores kulturelle præferencer og i bund og grund om vores civilisations intellektuelle tilstand....

  5. Abiodun M. lawal1 and Augustine o. ogunsakin2 1Department of ...

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    2Department of Psychology, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria. ABStrAct ... Gender difference was found in the level at which ... well as other sexually transmitted infections. Personality has ... ferences in human social behavior. It is evident.

  6. Multiple-load series resonant inverter for induction cooking ...

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    P Sharath Kumar

    Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, CVR College of Engineering, Hyderabad, ... 8, August 2017, pp. 1309–1316 ..... ference: Towards Sustainable Energy. pp 1–6 ... industrial induction cooker system: circuit design, control.

  7. Adaptive Order Cross–Square–Hexagonal search and fuzzy ...

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    BACHU SRINIVAS

    2018-03-10

    Mar 10, 2018 ... motion is known, the square search pattern resumes the job of motion estimation. ..... ference on Information Processing and Management of. Uncertainty in ... [32] Wang Z, Bovik A C, Sheikh H R and Simoncelli E P 2004.

  8. Võro liivalinna ehituseks kulus 200 tonni liiva / Kaja Roomets

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    Roomets, Kaja

    2008-01-01

    Tamula järve ääres sündinud liivalinnast, liivaskulptuuride festivalist. Tutvustatakse hollandlase Jaap Ticheneri (festivali võitja), soomlase Kimmo Frosti, ungarlase Ferenc Monostori, portugaallase Rodrigo Ferreira töid. Kuraator Henry Timusk

  9. Liivakujud : kaunid ja unustusse vajuvad / Ivi Kaarna

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    Kaarna, Ivi

    2008-01-01

    Tamula järve ääres liivalinnas valminud liivaskulptuuridest. Tutvustatakse hollandlase Jaap Ticheneri (festivali võitja), Kimmo Frosti, Ferenc Monostori, Rodrigo Ferreira, Irina Kudrjavtseva, Kalle Pruudeni töid

  10. River water quality in weathered limestone: A case study in upper ...

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    Civil Engineering Department, Kakatiya Institute of Technology and Science, Warangal 550 6015 (A.P), India. 2 ... ference is negligible, chemical weathering assumes a major role in ...... upper part of Mahanadi Basin, Unpublished Ph.D thesis.

  11. Seminarren.dk

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    Højer-Pedersen, Lasse; Rask, Gitte

    2013-01-01

    Valg af materiale/medie/form: Hjemmeside Valg af arbejdsform: Udvikling og opsætning Begrundelse for valg af materiale/medie/form/arbejdsform: Målgruppens præference, efter mange år med et studenterblad....

  12. A Mission in the Desert: Albuquerque District, 1935-1985

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    1985-01-01

    Papers, NMSRCA. 32Dempsey to Stimson, 27 January 1943, Defense Area File, Dempsey Papers, NMSRCA. 33Davalos interview; Ferenc M. Szasz , The Day...additional $53,000 for his latest claim. 36Davalos interview; Szasz , Sun Rose Twice, pp. 34-37. 37Szasz, Sun Rose Twice, p. 37. 38Ibid. 39Ibid., pp...1954. Szasz , Ferenc M. The Day the Sun Rose Twice . Albuquerue: University of New Mexico Press, 1985. Tiller, Veronica Velarde. The Jicarilla

  13. Research on Granular Media of Stormwater Sediments (On the Street and Stormwater Treatment Plants

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    Ginta Cholomskytė

    2011-04-01

    Full Text Available In water management, to reach optimal exploitation of stormwater net it is required to value particle size witch accumulate on the roads and ways. The sediments from stormwater sedimentation tanks, sediments from Kalvarijų street and from the industrial area (Greičiūno street 35 were taken. Was established particle size of sediments. Research showed that the biggest part of sediments 80% in sedimentation tank (Verkiai ir Karoliniškės compose the smallest parts, size – 0,25 mm. Sample from the road that particles size 0,25 compose only 25-35%. To reduce negative effect to the stormwater net exploitation it is recommended to implement street sweeping.Article in Lithuanian

  14. Mozart, Karl Barth, og den kristne troslæren

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    Petersen, Nils Holger

    2010-01-01

    En diskussion af Karl Barths teologiske brug af W.A.Mozart i den kirchliche Dogmatik med kontekstuel inddragelse af en til en vis grad tilsvarende overordnet diskussion af Mozart, skrevet af en samtidig musiker, den fremtrædende Mozart-dirigent Ferenc Fricsay. ......En diskussion af Karl Barths teologiske brug af W.A.Mozart i den kirchliche Dogmatik med kontekstuel inddragelse af en til en vis grad tilsvarende overordnet diskussion af Mozart, skrevet af en samtidig musiker, den fremtrædende Mozart-dirigent Ferenc Fricsay. ...

  15. iPads betydning for studerendes læring

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    Bisgaard, Kirsten; Melander, Thomas; Sjøstedt, Peter

    undersøge i forbindelse med anvendelse og anskaffelse af tablets i forbindelse med undervisning. Konklusionen på den gennemførte undersøgelse på Institut for Sprog er, at det lokale studiemiljø og de studerendes individuelle præferencer for teknologi og studieteknik har stor betydning for anvendelsen af i...

  16. Pal-tänava poisid" võitis Peterburis kõrge auhinna

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    2006-01-01

    VAT Teater osales 4.-10. maini Peterburis VII rahvusvahelisel noorsooteatrite festivalil "Vikerkaar" lavastusega "Pál-tänava poisid" (autor Ferenc Molnár, lavastaja Aare Toikka) ja pälvis ühe peapreemiatest : auhinna parimale näitlejate ansamblile

  17. Dosje festivalei : "Raduga". 4-10 maja 2006 g. Tjuz im. A. Brjantseva / Jelena Gorfunkel

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    Gorfunkel, Jelena

    2006-01-01

    4.-10. maini Peterburis toimunud VII rahvusvahelisest noorsooteatrite festivalist "Vikerkaar". Arvustatakse ka VAT Teatri lavastust "Pál-tänava poisid" (autor Ferenc Molnár, lavastaja Aare Toikka). Pälvis ühe peapreemiatest : auhinna parimale näitlejate ansamblile

  18. Hungary: A Country Study

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    1990-01-01

    as prime minister, April 1943-August 1944, followed by Giza Laka- tos, August-October 1944. Leader of fascist Arrow Cross Party, Ferenc SzSlasi...organizational pyramid were the basic organizations, which required a minimum of three members. Local organizations were to be set up in election districts

  19. Internipple measurements in Indian neonates

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    and transverse ocular distance are some important measurements when diagnosing dysmorphology.[4]. The internipple index (internipple distance (cm) × 100 ÷ circum ference of ... internipple distance to chest circumference compared with neonates ... first 3 days of life, and to correlate these measurements with gender,.

  20. Kirjad Sirbile / Mart Kivastik

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    Kivastik, Mart, 1963-

    2007-01-01

    Mannheimi filmifestivalist. Filmidest "Nadine" (rezh. Erik de Bruyn), "Dead End", "Kremen" (rezh. Aleksei Mizgirev), "Overnight" (rezh. Ferenc Török), "Mirush" ("Blodsband", rezh. Marius Holst), "Sztuczki" (rezh. Andrzej Jakimowski), "Por sus propios ojos" ("Through her own eyes", rezh. Liliana Paolinelli), "Terra Sonambula" ("Sleepwalking Land", rezh. Teresa Prata). Festivali auhinnatud filmid

  1. Sulphide Production and Corrosion in Seawaters During Exposure to FAME Diesel

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    2012-05-12

    Vietnamese oil-producing well. Int J Syst Bacteriol 49:367-375. Karr EA, Sattley WM, Rice MR, Jung DO, Madigan MT, Achenbach LA . 2005. Diversity and...Research Conference - Vi International Soybean Processing and Utilization Con- ference - Iii Congresso Brasileiro De Soja , Proceedings. Petrolina

  2. Underholdning, emotioner og personlighed

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    Jantzen, Christian; Vetner, Mikael

    2008-01-01

    motivation i vid udstrækning er begrundet i personlighedsmæssige forhold, der får individer til at foretrække bestemte oplevelseskvaliteter frem for andre. Denne redegørelse munder ud i en psykografisk segmenteringsmodel, som artiklen for det tredje søger at beskrive forskelle i underholdningspræferencer ud...

  3. Knowledge and attitude of primary health care staff screening and ...

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    Husniyah D. Qasem

    2012-08-23

    Aug 23, 2012 ... Attitude and knowledge of the primary health care ... ference was the psychological sub-domain (78.4 ± 20.3 compared with 69.4 ± 26.3%, P = 0.004). ... depression, posttraumatic stress disorder, and substance abuse.

  4. ROBUST LOCALISATION OF MULTIPLE SPEAKERS EXPLOITING HEAD MOVEMENTS AND MULTI-CONDITIONAL TRAINING OF BINAURAL CUES

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    May, Tobias; Ma, Ning; Brown, Guy

    2015-01-01

    differences (ITDs) and interaural level dif- ferences (ILDs) in the front and rear hemifield, a machine hearing system is presented which combines supervised learning of binaural cues using multi-conditional training (MCT) with a head movement strategy. A systematic evaluation showed that this approach...

  5. Download this PDF file

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    be converted to fixed carbon. PAM fluorometry was ... rETRmax, α (initial slope before the onset of saturation),. Ik (minimum ... ference (HSD) analysis for comparison of means were carried out to test for ... were arcsin (square root) transformed prior to ANOVA analyses. ...... them to respond to fluctuating light regimes in differ-.

  6. MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF FEDERAL COUNCIL HELD AT ...

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    2018-04-13

    Apr 13, 2018 ... ference on the Provision of Medical and Dental Services in rela- tion to Medical Ethics .... principle of dividing orthopaedic appointments into two portions, one capitation .... was mentioned, in which an assurance had been given by the ..... Cape Town, have made it difficult to supply the auditors with space in ...

  7. The case of proverbs in Northern Sotho

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    user

    ferences in collocational preference of several words in a single diagram. ..... but the strongest collocation is made with fake (8 vs. 5 and 4). Another ... picture, it is possible to remove the collocations with lower collocation scores, as in Fig. 3.

  8. European Science Notes. Volume 39, Number 10.

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    1985-10-01

    and individual dif- Leuven, Belgium ferences Jacques LAUTREY, Rene Descartes University, Theme 3: Problem Solving Paris, France Laurence RIEBEN, Anik DE...strategies, and interac- 2. Intelligence training with children: a newt ions 2 nelgnetann ihcide:anw. Regine SIROTA, Rene Descartes University, perspective to

  9. Conference highlights slow extinction of Finno-Ugric minorities in Russia

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    2004-01-01

    Soome-ugri rahvaste IV maailmakongressist 15.-19. aug. Tallinnas, kus peateemaks oli soome-ugri rahvaste ja keelte säilitamine. Kongressist võtsid president Arnold Rüütli kõrval osa ka Soome president Tarja Halonen ja Ungari president Ferenc Madl

  10. Kaks meest, üks lugu / Gergely Kovacs ; tõlk. Edvin Hiedel

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    Kovacs, Gergely

    2000-01-01

    Ungari režissöör Mikl̤s Jancs̤ ja operaator Ferenc Grunwalsky oma tööst mängufilmidega "Pagan võtku! Sääsed"(1999) ja "Mulle andis Vanajumal Pestis laterna kätte" (1998) (Ajaleht "Magyar HÍrlap" 28.8.1999)

  11. Treasurer's report to Medical Association of Malawi AGM,June 1991

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    accommodation, food and travel costs. The average cost to the association of a clinical officer travelling from Lilongwe to Blantyre for a weekend con- ference is 250 Kwacha this year. The subscriptions were last increased in 1985 and at this time the. AGM cost 487.03 Kwacha, the last conference cost. 10262.64 kwacha.

  12. Distributed Simulation in Industry

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    C.A. Boer (Csaba)

    2005-01-01

    textabstractCsaba Attila Boer was born in Satu Mare, Romania, on 29 October, 1975. He completed his secondary education at Kölcsey Ferenc High School, in Satu Mare, in 1994. In the same year he started his higher education at Babeş-Bolyai University, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science,

  13. Proceedings of the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression

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    In its 11th year NIME has become an important con- ference series, the meeting point of researchers, de- velopers and artists from all over the world. Even though participants come from widely different back- grounds, they share a mutual interest in groundbreak- ing music and technology....

  14. Gender Differences and Styles in the Use of Digital Games.

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    Bonanno, Philip; Kommers, Petrus A.M.

    2005-01-01

    This paper reports work in progress investigating gender difFerences and styles in the use of digital games amongst advanced level biology students. It is an elaboration on previous work exploring the relationship between cognitive style and academic performance in Maltese students taking biology ai

  15. Measurement of Solid-State Optical Refrigeration by Two-Band Differential Luminescence Thermometry

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    2010-03-01

    high speed transimpedance amplifier that generates an output voltage proportional to the difference in the optical power in bands A and D, i.e., IA...bands in the luminescence spectrum by inter- ference filters, in combination with large core optical fi- bers and highly amplified balanced

  16. Politik og organisation, organisation og politik

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    Christensen, Jørgen Grønnegård

    2006-01-01

    Artiklen beskæftiger isg med samspillet mellem politiske og organisatoriske variable i analysen af administrativ adfærd. Gennem tre casestudier beslyses situationer, hvor skift i politiske præferencer og politisk dagsorden sklår umiddelbart igennem i administrativ praksis (Udlændingestyrelsen), h...

  17. Finite-time analysis of global projective synchronization on coloured ...

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    The earliest research of modern network theory could be traced back to the ..... ference between the two examples is that while the first example studies ... method – a finite-time control technique – was applied to achieve synchronization of the.

  18. SECTION D: SOME PERSPECTIVES IN MAMMAL ECOLOGY When ...

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    mechanisms reduce to a low level their overt responses to many of the simpler, easy-to-measure physical factors of the environment. Worst of all, they are intelligent; even quite trivial inter- ference with them may alter their behaviour enough to prejudice the validity of future observa- tions to an indeterminate extent. In short ...

  19. 8 videoer om nyrer og urinvejes anatomi og fysiologi

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    2014-01-01

    Screencastvideoer - optagelser af Powerpoint-diasshow med indtaling. Videoerne indgår i et udviklingsprojekt hvor flipped classroom-metoden afprøves og de studerendes handlinger, opfattelser og præferencer undersøges. Videoer er typisk en central del af flipped classroom-undervisning....

  20. A random matrix analysis

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    in a wide variety of disciplines ranging from physics to psychology to economics and attempts to draw the .... ferences, differences in internal environment, biological activities, modes of functioning in those species .... tra of the gene coexpression network of Zebrafish generated for different environmental perturbations, is ...

  1. Den dialogiske vending i personcentreret sundhedskommunikation

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    Scheffmann-Petersen, Michael

    for de personcentrerede tilgange er dog hensigten og idealet om at tage udgangspunkt i borgeren og i borgerens viden, erfaringer og præferencer i forbindelse med et sygdoms- og behandlingsforløb. Ud fra analysen af litteraturen om de personcentrerede tilgange peger afhandlingen desuden på, at de...

  2. Die relatiewe ekonomiese belang van kwaliteitseienskap- pe by ...

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    base their feather prices, namely feather size, appearance, flue quality and weathering. Of these, feather size, ... feather traits, it seems unnecessary to make provision for fashion dif- ferences between the manufacturers. ...... fashion trends of the overseas fashion leaders. Valuations by four different buyers showed a ...

  3. Manpower Requirements Report for FY (Fiscal Year) 1984.

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    1983-02-01

    capability to detect cannabis brings to seven the number of drugs detectable through urinaly- sis in the DoD system. While the detection and deterrence of... toxicology . The primary purpose of these con- ferences was validation of Legal sufficiency of the DoD laboratory system by the scientific community

  4. A comparison of ltalian ryegrass (Lolium multillorum) cultivars Bxalta ...

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    Cell wall content was more often lower for Exalta than for Midmar, the dif- ference being ... intestine cannot be increased if the N-energy ratio in the plant is improved. ... sition are not different, animal performance should benefit. In the present ...

  5. Logic and Learning

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    Hendricks, Vincent Fella; Gierasimczuk, Nina; de Jong, Dick

    2014-01-01

    Learning and learnability have been long standing topics of interests within the linguistic, computational, and epistemological accounts of inductive in- ference. Johan van Benthem’s vision of the “dynamic turn” has not only brought renewed life to research agendas in logic as the study of inform......Learning and learnability have been long standing topics of interests within the linguistic, computational, and epistemological accounts of inductive in- ference. Johan van Benthem’s vision of the “dynamic turn” has not only brought renewed life to research agendas in logic as the study...... of information processing, but likewise helped bring logic and learning in close proximity. This proximity relation is examined with respect to learning and belief revision, updating and efficiency, and with respect to how learnability fits in the greater scheme of dynamic epistemic logic and scientific method....

  6. Stress-Corrosion Cracking of Metallic Materials. Part III. Hydrogen Entry and Embrittlement in Steel

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    1975-04-01

    work of Kerns (36)] 29 22 Crack Velocity vs. Stress Intensity for AISI 4340 Steel (Martensitic and Bainitic Structures) in 314 NaCl Solution (pit = 6.0...magnitude greater for 4340 steel with a tempered martensite structure than for the lower bainite structure. Figure 22 shows crack velocity as a function of...applied stress intensity for martensitic and bainitic steels . The dif- ference was attributed to more effective trapping of hydrogen at coher- ently

  7. strong>Dannelse og dissonanserstrong>

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    Frederiksen, Mons Bissenbakker

    italesætter kønslige identiteter som fænomener, der be­ting­er elevers og læreres faglige præferencer og evner. Det vises også, at materialets itale­sættelse af etnicitet kendetegnes af, at faget anerkender og værdsætter det etnisk dif­ferentierede skolerum, men at det samtidig italesætter minoritetsetniske...

  8. Proceedings of Image Understanding Workshop Held in Los Angeles, California on 23-25 February 1987. Volume 1

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    1987-02-01

    Mobile Robot Hilare , I’roc. IEEE Int. Conf. Robotics & Automation. 198G. 5. S. Tsuji e« al., Stereo Vision for a Mobile Robot: World Constraints...colorant lay- ers. Inhomogeneous materials include !’.astics, paper, textiles , and paints. In this section, we describe a phys- ical model for the...this work. References [1] A. R. de Saint Vincent. A 30 perception system for the mobile robot Hilare . In IEEE International Con- ference on Robotics

  9. Impacts of Flooding Regime Modification on Wildlife Habitats of Bottomland Hardwood Forests in the Lower Mississippi Valley.

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    1981-10-01

    Diospyros virginiana White ash Fraxinus americana Shingle oak Quercus imbricaria Pin oak 0 palustris (Continued) Able to survive deep, prolonged...Mississippi, and found little significant dif- ference in overall capture data. Natural stands almost exclusively sup- ported mice of the genus Peromyscus...frequent wetlands but are not restricted to them. k. Although the cottonmouth is common in wetlands, water snakes of the genus Nerodia are most important in

  10. Kollektiv Handling

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    Ibsen, Flemming; Høgedahl, Laust Kristian; Scheuer, Steen

    lønmodtagere orienterer sig anderledes og har skiftet præferencer, når det gælder valg henholdsvis fravalg af fagforeningsmedlemskab. Denne bog bygger på unikke data fra en omfattende survey, hvis formål netop har været at kortlægge danske lønmodtageres motiver til skift eller fravalg af fagforening. Bogens...

  11. Assessing the prevalence of autoimmune, endocrine, gynecologic, and psychiatric comorbidities in an ethnically diverse cohort of female fibromyalgia patients: does the time from hysterectomy provide a clue?

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    Brooks, Larry; Hadi, Joseph; Amber, Kyle T; Weiner, Michelle; La Riche, Christopher L; Ference, Tamar

    2015-01-01

    Larry Brooks,1 Joseph Hadi,2 Kyle T Amber,1 Michelle Weiner,3 Christopher L La Riche,4 Tamar Ference1 1Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Miami, 2Anesco Interventional Pain Institute, Margate, 3Miami Pain and Diagnostics, Miami, 4Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health, Florida International University Wertheim College of Medicine, University Park, FL, USABackground: This retrospective chart review investigated differences in the preva...

  12. Bagatellid : maailm / Nele-Eva Steinfeld

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    2011-01-01

    Muusikasõnumeid mujalt maailmast: Arvo Pärt pälvis Prantsusmaa Auleegioni ordeni. Ajakirja Gramophone auhinnad. Daniel Barenboim La Scala muusikajuhiks. Ferenc Liszt 200. Moskva Suur Teater taas avatud. Janaceki ooperiteatrit Brnos ähvardab sulgemine. Mark Gorenstein vahetab välja Vladimir Jurowski. Viini sümfooniaorkester avalikustas järgmise peadirigendi. Anna Netrebko tühistas Carnegie Halli kontserdi. Lauri Vasar edukas Euroopa ooperilavadel jm.

  13. Do Frogs Get Their Kicks on Route 66? Continental U.S. Transect Reveals Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis Infection

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    2011-07-21

    Army Ammunitions Plant), Carol Finley (Kirtland Air Force Base), Jeff Howard (Camp Gruber), Kenton Lohraff (Fort Leonard Wood), John Pilcicki (Fort...Available: http://www.parcplace.org/Bd_con- ference.html. Accessed 2010 Nov 7. 31. Murray KA, Retallick R, McDonald K, Mendez D, Aplin K, et al...chytridiomycosis. J Zool 271: 352–359. 34. Skerratt LF, McDonald KR, Hines HB, Berger L, Mendez , D, et al. (2010) Validation of the mapping protocol

  14. Military Handbook: Management and Design Guidance Electromagnetic Radiation Hardness for Air Launched Ordnance Systems

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    1981-01-15

    system is attacted to the delivery aircraft until it Impacto a target, it is exposed to electromagnetic radiation from emitters aboard the delivery...homogeneous, isotropic, ambient medium may be a lossy dielectric. Antenna computations include cur- rent distribution, input impedance, radiation...permissible ambient interference level in the system, and when determining the expected signal-to-inter- ference ratio of the signal transmission circuits

  15. JPRS Report, Near East & South Asia

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    1988-01-20

    tracts with the private sector to take charge of their management. That is what actually happened in the sector of hotels and some tourist ... competition from these new countries in view of the similarity of their products. It also spoke about the negotiations which are underway now between the...Minister Indira Gandhi met Premier Hua Guofeng in Belgrade and during the Cancun con- ference in Mexico. Foreign Minister Huang Hua visited New

  16. Comparing Generation X and Generation Y on their preferred emotional leadership style

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    Kraus, Markus

    2017-01-01

    Research Question: What are the differences and similarities between employees of Generation X and Gen-eration Y and do these generations prefer different emotional leadership styles? Methods: Empirical study across different organizations using an online survey to examine potential dif-ferences in the emotional leadership style preferences of Generation X and Y. Results: The results of the theoretical part demonstrate an increasing tendency of similarities between Generation X and Y with res...

  17. Detection and Interpretation of Low-Level and High-Level Surprising and Important Events in Large-Scale Data Streams

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    2016-06-28

    a current (start) state to one or several desired (goal) state or states. Note that like in standard search in Artificial Intelligence , the goal may...datasets. Publications: J. Zhao, C. Siagian, L. Itti, Fixation Bank : Learning to Reweight Fixation Candidates, In: Proc. IEEE Confer- ence on Computer...eyeglasses, In: Proc. IEEE/RSJ International Con- ference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), pp. 5674-5679, Nov 2013. [2013 acceptance rate: 43%] A

  18. Assessing the effects of human-induced land degradation in the former homelands of northern South Africa with a 1 km AVHRR NDVI time-series

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    Wessels, Konrad J

    2004-05-15

    Full Text Available been successfully estimated with the normalized dif- ference vegetation index (NDVI) derived from satellite data (Deering et al., 1975; Jury et al., 1997; Myneni et al., 1997; Prince, 1991b; Prince & Tucker, 1986; Tucker & Sellers, 1986). NDVI captures... productivity (NPP; Schloss et al., 1999). In arid and semiarid lands, seasonal sums of multitemporal NDVI are strongly corre- lated with vegetation production (Prince, 1991b; Prince & Tucker, 1986; Nicholson & Farrar, 1994; Nicholson et al., 1998). Human...

  19. Thermonuclear Propaganda: Presentations of Nuclear Strategy in the Early Atomic Age

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    2014-06-01

    United States of the epoch of total war in the 20th century took responsibility for educating its population and ensuring they were behind its... comics .17 One scholar of atomic culture noted the ambiguity of the duality of the atomic age as a central tenant to building the “most powerful of all...2004). 18 Ferenc Morton Szasz, Atomic Comics : Cartoonists Confront the Nuclear World (Reno, NV: University of Nevada Press, 2012), 135. 19 Ibid

  20. Aquatic Plant Control Research Program: The Habitat Value of Aquatic Macrophytes for Macroinvertebrates

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    1989-11-01

    seagrass ) and reported that it quickly colonized with algae and invertebrates that were on live plants. Rooke (1986) found considerable dif- ferences...al. (1982) observed that seagrass (Zostera marina) reduced current velocities inside the plant bed, but current velocities were actually higher over...hard-water lakes (Mickle and Wetzel 1978a, 1978b, 1979). Diurnal changes in photosynthesis rates within the boundary layer of macrophyte beds can cause a

  1. Government Support for Synthetic Pipeline Gas Uncertain and Needs Attention.

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    1982-05-14

    coal gas. Tear Sheetii RECOMMENDATIONS GAO recommends that the Secretary of Energy - --establish a plan to guide future support of high-Btu coal...recognizes that there are basic dif- ferences expected from large and small scale research projects, GAO believes that the report recognizes these...transportation, including the pipeline system. In its price-setting, or ratemaking function, it represents the interests of gas customers, sometimes

  2. Health Risks Among Submarine Personnel in the U.S. Navy, 1974-1979

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    1986-12-11

    observed dif- ferences in hospitalization rates ( Lilienfeld , 1980). T- tests were used to assess statistical significance of the descriptive variables...the direct method of adjustment ( Lilienfeld , 1980). The standard population was the sum of the two groups. Age-adjusted rates for submariners and...must undergo stringent psychological and medical screening prior to assignment aboard a nuclear submarine because of the relatively long periods of

  3. THE INFLUENCE OF EXPERIMENTAL PROGRAM OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION ON MORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF MALE PUPILS

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    Nevenka Zrnzević

    2008-08-01

    Full Text Available The research purpose was to determine the effects of the experimental program of physical education on morphological characteristics of male pupils from the first-grade of primary school. The experimental program was carried out on the sample of 50 male pupils of the primary schools in Leposavic and Zvecan, age of 7 years ± 6 months. Morphological characteristics were estimated according to 13 variables (body height, total arm length, leg length, biacromial diameter, biiliocristal diameter, wrist width, chest circum ference, upper arm circum ference, upper leg circum ference, triceps skin fold, subscapular skin fold, abdomen skin fold and body mass. The results of the research were processed through standard procedures and basic descriptive parameters were calculated, and variations were determined using multi-variable analysis of variance (MAN′s and uni-variable analysis of variance (AN′s. Multivariable analysis of variance showed a significant statistic difference in morphological characteristics showed at initial and final measuring. On the basis of the results and discussion, it can be concluded that the experimental program has statistically significant effects on the changes of some morphological characteristics.

  4. The Old English Genesis and Milton’s Paradise Lost: the characterisation of Satan

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    Elisa Ramazzina

    2016-07-01

    Full Text Available The aim of this study is to determine whether and to what extent the English poet John Milton may have been influenced in the composition of Paradise Lost by the Old English poem known as Genesis B. The paper will examine similarities and dif-ferences in the characterisation of Satan and of the temptation of Adam and Eve in both poems. The comparison between two of the illuminations of the Junius 11 ms. and the corresponding passages in Paradise Lost will be part of the analysis.

  5. The Old English Genesis and Milton's Paradise Lost: the characterisation of Satan

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    Ramazzina, Elisa

    2016-01-01

    The aim of this study is to determine whether and to what extent the English poet John Milton may have been influenced in the composition of Paradise Lost by the Old English poem known as Genesis B. The paper will examine similarities and dif-ferences in the characterisation of Satan and of the temptation of Adam and Eve in both poems. The comparison between two of the illuminations of the Junius 11 ms. and the corresponding passages in Paradise Lost will be part of the analysis.

  6. Teater jääb Pärnus sõnatuks / Tiit Tuumalu

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    Tuumalu, Tiit, 1971-

    2008-01-01

    Pärnus 29.-30. märtsini toimuvast 1. rahvusvahelisest sõnadeta teatri konkursist "C.o.n.t.est 08" ja selles osalejatest - Kristine Kyhl Andersen (Taani) "Mego - soolo assistendiga nr3", Etcha Dvornik (Sloveenia-Prantsusmaa) "Alpid! Alpid!", Mihkel Ernits "Nimetu", Ferenc Fehér "Sirzamanze", Cristina Planas Leitó (Portugal-Holland) "Nülitud", Anna Melnikova (Venemaa-Saksamaa) "Kolmekordne", Mariela N4estora (Kreeka) "Fopaa", Sonja Oien Salkowitsch (Norra-Saksamaa) "Külm", Asako Shirai (Jaapan) "Viimane". Kommenteerib festivali peakorraldaja Teet Kask

  7. Translations on Environmental Quality, Number 182

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    1978-10-17

    directors ^ **Zy^™’a r-t^^ SSt°Dl^B d^ CSr : T der^-directors ** ^e Peking general petro-chemical works’ eight plants are graduates of colleges of...ference is attended by delegations from Spain, Morocco , Mauritania, Senegal and Guinea-Bissau, in addition to Portugal. The zone of influence of the...and on the east by the coasts of Portugal, Spain, Morocco , Mauritania, Senegal and Guinea-Bissau. This region also incorpo- rates the Azores

  8. Violation of specific indicators pigment and lipid metabolism in experimental pneumonia in an immobilization stress and correction of corvitin

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    Ferenc, N. M.

    2015-01-01

    Ferenc N. M. Violation of specific indicators pigment and lipid metabolism in experimental pneumonia in an immobilization stress and correction of corvitin. Journal of Education, Health and Sport. 2015;5(9):709-713. ISSN 2391-8306. DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.32430 http://ojs.ukw.edu.pl/index.php/johs/article/view/2015%3B5%289%29%3A709-713 https://pbn.nauka.gov.pl/works/658656 Formerly Journal of Health Sciences. ISSN 1429-9623 / 2300-665X. Archives 2011–2014 http://journ...

  9. Ajaloo läbistav valgus / Andri Ksenofontov

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    2010-01-01

    Vano Allsalu näitus "Süütuse aeg" Tallinnas Hobusepea galeriis 22.09.-4.10. 2010. Franyó Aatothi (István Ferenc Tóth) näitus Ungari Instituudis 15. oktoobrini 2010. Monika Žaltauskaitė-Grašienė, Severija Inčirauskaitė-Kriaunevičienė ja Monika Järg'i näitus "Side minevikust / Connected with the past" Tallinnas galeriis Hop 10.-28. septembrini 2010

  10. Noor ja tahvuslik nüüdistants rahvusvahelisel võistlusel "C.O.N.T.EST '08" / Nele Suisalu

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    Suisalu, Nele

    2008-01-01

    Pärnus 29.-30. märtsini toimunud 1. rahvusvahelisest sõnadeta teatri konkursist "C.o.n.t.est 08". Selles osalejatest - Kristine Kyhl Andersen (Taani) "MEGO - assistendiga soolo nr3", Etcha Dvornik (Sloveenia-Prantsusmaa) "Alpid! Alpid!", Mihkel Ernits "Pealkirja veel ei ole", Ferenc Fehér "Sirzamanze", Cristina Planas Leitao (Portugal-Holland) "Nülitud", Anna Melnikova (Venemaa-Saksamaa) "Kolmekordne", Mariela Nestora (Kreeka) "Faux pas", Sonja Salkowitsch (Norra-Saksamaa) "Külm", Asako Shirai (Jaapan) "Viimane inimolend"

  11. Near East/South Asia Report.

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    1983-06-13

    agreements, describing them as important steps. The chairman of the UGTT expressed the hope that the various parties would re- spect the agreements now...It’ is no coincidence that tbi * ^historic city of. pari» bat been. ’i. chosen as the venue of the con- ference. It was here that about...aligned Summit and| here I quot«? " Tbi persis«entf4 presence of »Ionia HsnY ’.»’«4« racism in . Southern" Africaif tie an

  12. Side-channel Analysis of Subscriber Identity Modules

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    2013-06-01

    such as NXP, Atmel, Samsung, and STMicrosystems have similar product lineups . 7 The CPU operates at clock rates from 3.57 MHz up to 66 MHz, depending on...verification procedure confounds both of these expectations. First, the SIM lock-out counter only allows the acquisition of two traces (in the case of the PIN...Ferenc, Jakub. “Power analysis of the PIN verification procedure on smart cards (English title, translated)”, 2006 [cit. 2013-05-13]. URL http

  13. Work-Family Interference: Nurses in Norway and Finland

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    Abrahamsen, Bente; Holte, Kari Anne; Laine, Marjukka

    2012-01-01

    Abstract The aim of the study is to investigate the level of work–family inter-ference (WFI) for part-time nurses in Norway and Finland. Part-time work is usually cited as a desirable way in which to facilitate work and family harmony. However, the opportunity to work part-time in professions may be associated with greater difficulties and challenges than commonly presumed. Part-time professionals are often stigmatized as being less committed to work and report fewer job rewards than colleagu...

  14. The Economic Consequences of Investing in Shipbuilding: Case Studies in the United States and Sweden

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    2015-01-01

    hotel and con- ference center complex (see Figure  3.7) in the northern part of the city for being driven by public funding while not requiring any...Th e hotel is located in the northern part of the city, approximately 13 kilometers from the downtown area near NNS. Figure 3.5 A Lack of Economic...expected to see up to 80 percent of the aerostructure manufactured in Brazil (Stevenson, 2014), including final assembly of 15 of the 36 aircraft ordered

  15. Proceedings of the Tenth Biennial Guidance Test Symposium Held at Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico, 7-9 October, 1981. Volume I,

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    1981-10-01

    emphasized in this paper, missile hard- Captive Flight ware receives qualification with a c omb in ed e n vi r onme n talI and burn-in Because of the...provided a cue on the 2. A control/indicator unit (CIU) CDU at the completion of level gyro ;nJ accel- 3. An orthogonal ferrite loop antenna with a signal...processing system addition a reasonableness test is performed by dif- for later data retrival . Backup on-top position data ferencing the actual IDO or

  16. New Epigenetic Therapeutic Intervention for Metastatic Breast Cancer

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    2017-04-01

    Metastasis” 04/20/2017 Distinguished Scientist Speaker, University of Southern Alabama Mitchell Cancer Institute, Mobile , AL, “Role and Regulation...tracks for Il21 andRock2, two important genes in Th17 cell differentiation (Figure 3G ). Further, the functional dif- ferences of Brd2 and Brd4 in gene...terminal Dub3 (Fig. 2f). Consistent with this, Dub3 only stabilized the N-terminal but not the C-terminal fragments of Snail1 (Fig. 2g ). The interaction

  17. En analyse af potentialet for salg af fødevarer gennem Internettet i Danmark og England

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    Ramus, Kim Bjarne

    2001-01-01

    I Kim Ramus ph.d.-projekt gennemføres en undersøgelse af danske og britiske forbrugeres holdninger og præferencer til handel med fødevarer på Internettet, hvor formålet er at finde potentialet for salg af fødevarer online. Internettet er ganske udbredt i begge lande, men England er dog et godt st...... stykke foran Danmark med supermarkedskæden Tesco i spidsen, når det gælder salg af fødevarer. I Danmark er der endnu ingen landsdækkende kæder, som for alvor er gået i gang med at sælge fødevarer online.......I Kim Ramus ph.d.-projekt gennemføres en undersøgelse af danske og britiske forbrugeres holdninger og præferencer til handel med fødevarer på Internettet, hvor formålet er at finde potentialet for salg af fødevarer online. Internettet er ganske udbredt i begge lande, men England er dog et godt...

  18. 22nd International Conference of the International Simulation and Gaming Association (ISAGA)

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    Arai, Kiyoshi

    1992-01-01

    This volume records the proceedings of the 22nd Annual International Con­ ference of the International Simulation and Gaming Association (ISAGA), 15-19 July, 1991, Kyoto, Japan, sponsored by the Science Council of Japan and the Japanese Association of Simulation and Gaming (JASAG). The con­ ference theme was Global Modeling for Solving Global Problems. The first 2 days of the conference were held in the magnificent Kyoto International Conference Hall; the 3rd day was spent admiring the floats of the famous Gion Festival in the exquisite city of Kyoto and the Daibutsu (or Great Buddha) of the Todaiji Temple in Nara and visiting one of the Sharp factories. During the last 2 days of the conference we were made most welcome in the Faculty of International Relations of Ritsumeikan University. The day after the conference, a number of delegates went to Hiroshima (the Peace Memorial Hall, Museum and Park) and also to one of Japan's "Scenic Trio," the island of Miyajima with its breathtaking views and the Itsukushi...

  19. Playing with anthems: The formation of the cult of empress Elisabeth in Hungarian music

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    Windhager Ákos

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available In this paper I reveal how the cult of Empress Elisabeth affected the reception of three different volumes of Hungarian music. These three works are: Erzsébet-emlény (Elisabeth Memorial Album, 1854 edited by Kornél Ábrányi; Erzsébet (Elisabeth, 1854 opera by Károly Doppler, Ferenc Doppler and Ferenc Erkel; and Die Legende von der heiligen Elisabeth (The Legend of Saint Elisabeth, 1865 by Franz Liszt. In spite of their high artistic level, the first two works were banned by the cultural elite who interpreted them as Habsburgian political music after the downfall of the dual state. On the other hand, the intentionally apolitical oratorio by Franz Liszt was regarded by the same cultural elite as the highest standard of artistic representation of the Empress. As a consequence of parallel distribution of both imperially and nationally constructed memories, a strange diffusion appeared in the social sphere, especially in Hungarian cultural memory. Conflicting memories emerged due to the discrepancy between the original Hungarian political myth (Kossuth-myth and Empress Elisabeth’s cult. Using the terminology introduced by Claude Lévi-Strauss, I have labeled this situation as the clash of the cold and hot society in Hungary during the 19th century.

  20. Adolescents and Young Adults Mates Selection

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    María Martina Casullo

    2016-02-01

    Full Text Available The study sought to identify the relation between gender and age on mate pre- ferences using an intentional sample drawn in Buenos Aires city and its suburban area. A questionnaire adapted from a previous study developed by D.Buss (1990 requested subjects to rank each of 19 characteristics on its desirability in a mate. Subjects for this study were 900 adolescents and young adults aging 13 to 30 years old. Means and standard deviations were calculated as well as Spearman ́s Rho coefficients. High correlations between gender, age, and ordering were found. Mutual attraction and love, kindness and understanding and trust are cho- sen as the most important criteria. Phisically attractive is important for younger males. Similar political and religious background as well as chastity are conside- red among the less important criteria. 

  1. A new role-model for the future humanities?

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    Caviglia, Francesco; Pedersen, Alex Young

    The Knowledge Building approach (henceforth, KB) is a constructionist approach to learn-ing that builds on a Popperian epistemology and the idea of bringing to education “both the goals and the processes of knowledge-creating organizations – as represented, for instance, in scientific research...... of citizens” who work together to design solutions for living better together, which the authors suggest being an equally productive role-model as the idea of a “scientific research groups and industrial design teams”, which is the standard role-model for KB prac-tice. The authors sees this alternative model...... groups and industrial design teams” (Scardamalia & Bereiter, 2014). KB is becoming a signature pedagogy (Shulman, 2005) for scientific disciplines, with nearly all educational interventions quoted by Scardamalia & Bereiter (2014) or presented at con-ferences focusing on natural sciences. Although...

  2. Proceedings of the 2nd international advisory committee on biomolecular dynamics instrument DNA in MLF at J-PARC

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    Arai, Masatoshi; Aizawa, Kazuya; Nakajima, Kenji; Shibata, Kaoru; Takahashi, Nobuaki

    2009-07-01

    The 2nd International Advisory Committee on the 'Biomolecular Dynamics Backscattering Spectrometer DNA' was held on November 12th - 13th, 2008 at J-PARC Center, Japan Atomic Energy Agency. This IAC has been organized for aiming to realize an innovative neutron backscattering instrument in the Materials and Life Science Experimental Facility (MLF) at the J-PARC and therefore four leading scientists in the field of neutron backscattering instruments has been selected as the member (Dr. Dan Neumann (Chair); Prof. Ferenc Mezei; Dr. Hannu Mutka; Dr. Philip Tregenna-Piggott), and the 1st IAC had been held on February 27th - 29th, 2008. This report includes the executive summary and materials of the presentations in the 2nd IAC. (author)

  3. Modelling Virtual Camera Behaviour Through Player Gaze

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    Picardi, Andrea; Burelli, Paolo; Yannakakis, Georgios N.

    2012-01-01

    industry and game AI research focus on the devel- opment of increasingly sophisticated systems to automate the control of the virtual camera integrating artificial intel- ligence algorithms within physical simulations. However, in both industry and academia little research has been carried out......In a three-dimensional virtual environment, aspects such as narrative and interaction largely depend on the placement and animation of the virtual camera. Therefore, virtual camera control plays a critical role in player experience and, thereby, in the overall quality of a computer game. Both game...... on the relationship between virtual camera, game-play and player behaviour. We run a game user experiment to shed some light on this relationship and identify relevant dif- ferences between camera behaviours through different game sessions, playing behaviours and player gaze patterns. Re- sults show that users can...

  4. Conference on Large Scale Optimization

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    1994-01-01

    On February 15-17, 1993, a conference on Large Scale Optimization, hosted by the Center for Applied Optimization, was held at the University of Florida. The con­ ference was supported by the National Science Foundation, the U. S. Army Research Office, and the University of Florida, with endorsements from SIAM, MPS, ORSA and IMACS. Forty one invited speakers presented papers on mathematical program­ ming and optimal control topics with an emphasis on algorithm development, real world applications and numerical results. Participants from Canada, Japan, Sweden, The Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, Greece, and Denmark gave the meeting an important international component. At­ tendees also included representatives from IBM, American Airlines, US Air, United Parcel Serice, AT & T Bell Labs, Thinking Machines, Army High Performance Com­ puting Research Center, and Argonne National Laboratory. In addition, the NSF sponsored attendance of thirteen graduate students from universities in the United States and abro...

  5. Proceedings of the international advisory committee on 'biomolecular dynamics instrument DNA' and the workshop on 'biomolecular dynamics backscattering spectrometers'

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    Arai, Masatoshi; Aizawa, Kazuya; Nakajima, Kenji; Shibata, Kaoru; Takahashi, Nobuaki

    2008-08-01

    A workshop entitled 'Biomolecular Dynamics Backscattering Spectrometers' was held on February 27th - 29th, 2008 at J-PARC Center, Japan Atomic Energy Agency. This workshop was planned to be held for aiming to realize an innovative neutron backscattering instrument, namely DNA, in the MLF and thus four leading scientists in the field of neutron backscattering instruments were invited as the International Advisory Committee (IAC member: Dr. Dan Neumann (Chair); Prof. Ferenc Mezei; Dr. Hannu Mutka; Dr. Philip Tregenna-Piggott) for DNA from institutes in the United States, France and Switzerland, where backscattering instruments are in-service. It was therefore held in the form of lecture anterior and then in the form of the committee posterior. This report includes the executive summary of the IAC and materials of the presentations in the IAC and the workshop. (author)

  6. The fate of Hungarian Jewish dermatologists during the Holocaust: Part 2: Under Nazi rule.

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    Bock, Julia; Burgdorf, Walter H C; Hoenig, Leonard J; Parish, Lawrence Charles

    At least 564,500 Hungarian Jews perished during the Holocaust, including many physicians. Exactly how many Jewish dermatologists were killed is not known. We have identified 62 Hungarian Jewish dermatologists from this period: 19 of these dermatologists died in concentration camps or were shot in Hungary, 3 committed suicide, and 1 died shortly after the Holocaust, exhausted by the War. Fortunately, many Hungarian Jewish dermatologists survived the Holocaust. Some had fled Europe before the Nazi takeover, as was described in Part 1 of this contribution. Two Holocaust survivors, Ferenc Földvári and Ödön Rajka, became presidents of the Hungarian Dermatologic Society and helped rebuild the profession of dermatology in Hungary after the War. This contribution provides one of the first accounts of the fate of Hungarian Jewish dermatologists during the Holocaust and serves as a remembrance of their suffering and ordeal. Copyright © 2016. Published by Elsevier Inc.

  7. The scope of economic incentives for sustainable soil management

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    Jørgensen, Sisse Liv

    Jord med høj kvalitet eller bærerdygtig jord, defineret som jord med en god struktur, høj biodiversitet og rig på organisk materiale, yder en serie vigtige økosystem tjenester. Mest tydeligt som produktionsfaktor i landmænds produktionsfunktion, hvor en god jord kvalitet giver højere og mere stabil...... landmænd, og analysere landmændenes præferencer ved en kontrakt. Der tages desuden højde for at udover at være et offentlig gode, vil bærerdygtig jord også øge værdien af jorden i produktions øjemed, da det både vil øge og give mere stabil produktion. Valgeksperiment data er analyseret i en conditional...

  8. 6th International Conference on General Inequalities

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    The sixthInternational Conference on General Inequalities was held from Dec. 9 to Dec. 15, 1990, at the Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach (Black Fa­ rest, Germany). The organizing committee was composed of W.N. Everitt (Birm­ ingham), L. Losonczi (Debrecen) and W. Walter (Karlsruhe). Dr. A. Kovacec ( Coimbra) served cheerfully and efficiently as secretary of the meeting. The con­ ference was attended by 44 participants from 20 countries. Yet again the importance of inequalities in both pure and applied mathematics was made evident from the wide range of interests of the individual participants, and from the wealth of new results announced. New inequalities were presented in the usual spread of the subject areas now expected for these meetings: Classical and functional analysis, existence and boundary value problems for both ordinary and partial differential equations, with special contributions to computer science, quantum holography and error analysis. More strongly than ever, the role played ...

  9. [History of Smallpox Vaccination and of the Vaccine Supply in Hungary, up to 1890].

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    Kiss, László

    2015-01-01

    One of the preconditions for the spread of vaccination against pox diseases was making vaccination available. The first vaccinations were carried out using original cowpox lymph sent by Jenner. For further vaccinations the vaccine was extracted from the blisters of those who had been successfully inoculated. In order to provide vaccine continuously six vaccine centres were set up in 1804 in the following cities: Pest, Buda, Kassa, Gyula, Pozsony and Zágráb (Croatia). Detailed information is available only about the centre in Pest which operated in Rókus Hospital under the leadership of the hospital director András Bossányi. Besides regular vaccination they also provided vaccine for the countryside. From 1824 the vaccine was relocated to the medical faculty of the university in Pest and Ferenc Gebhardt, an instructor of surgeons, became its head. The centre operated in the building of the medical faculty and vaccinations were given on Thursdays and Sundays. After the retirement of Gebhardt in 1860, the centre was taken over by the dermatologist Ferenc Poor for a short time, then by Ignác Semmelweis. From 1863 Gergely Patrubány was responsible for managing the centre. In 1874 the central vaccine institution moved to the Hospital for Poor Children in Pest where it was led first by Lázár Wittman, then by Géza Hainiss. In the 1880s private institutions appeared, the best known were Dani Pécsi's centre in Pest and Béla Intze's one in Tirgu Lapus (Romania). Between 1873 an 1889 András Kreichel ran a vaccine centre in Nálepkovo (Slovakia).

  10. Exacerbation of collagen induced arthritis by Fcγ receptor targeted collagen peptide due to enhanced inflammatory chemokine and cytokine production

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    Full Text Available Eszter Szarka1*, Zsuzsa Neer1*, Péter Balogh2, Monika Ádori1, Adrienn Angyal1, József Prechl3, Endre Kiss1,3, Dorottya Kövesdi1, Gabriella Sármay11Department of Immunology, Eötvös Loránd University, 1117 Budapest, 2Department of Immunology and Biotechnology, University of Pécs, Pécs, 3Immunology Research Group of the Hungarian Academy of Science at Eötvös Loránd University, 1117 Budapest, Hungary*These authors contributed equally to this workAbstract: Antibodies specific for bovine type II collagen (CII and Fcγ receptors play a major role in collagen-induced arthritis (CIA, a mouse model of rheumatoid arthritis (RA. Our aim was to clarify the mechanism of immune complex-mediated inflammation and modulation of the disease. CII pre-immunized DBA/1 mice were intravenously boosted with extravidin coupled biotinylated monomeric CII-peptide epitope (ARGLTGRPGDA and its complexes with biotinylated FcγRII/III specific single chain Fv (scFv fragment. Disease scores were monitored, antibody titers and cytokines were determined by ELISA, and binding of complexes was detected by flow cytometry and immune histochemistry. Cytokine and chemokine secretion was monitored by protein profiler microarray. When intravenously administered into collagen-primed DBA/1 mice, both CII-peptide and its complex with 2.4G2 scFv significantly accelerated CIA and increased the severity of the disease, whereas the monomeric peptide and monomeric 2.4G2 scFv had no effect. FcγRII/III targeted CII-peptide complexes bound to marginal zone macrophages and dendritic cells, and significantly elevated the synthesis of peptide-specific IgG2a. Furthermore, CII-peptide containing complexes augmented the in vivo secretion of cytokines, including IL-10, IL-12, IL-17, IL-23, and chemokines (CXCL13, MIP-1, MIP-2. These data indicate that complexes formed by the CII-peptide epitope aggravate CIA by inducing the secretion of chemokines and the IL-12/23 family of pro

  11. Waste Disposal Research and Development in the United States of America; L'Elimination des Dechets Radioactifs aux Etats-Unis d'Amerique: Travaux de Recherche et Progres Accomplis; 0418 0417 0423 0427 0414 ; Investigaciones y Trabajos Realizados en los Estados Unidos en Materia de Evacuacion de Desechos Radiactivos

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    Struxness, E. G.; Cowser, K. E.; De Laguna, W.; Jacobs, D. G.; Morton, R. J.; Tamura, T. [Health Physics Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN (United States)

    1960-07-01

    d'evacuer les dechets radioactifs dans des formations impermeables par fissuration des roches sous prossion hydraulique. (author) [Spanish] El autor examina las investigaciones y trabajos realizados en los Estados Unidos en materia de evacuacion de desechos radiactivos. En Hanford y en Oak Ridge los desechos de baja actividad se descargan en pozos, cajas de drenaje y estanques. Las investigaciones se refieren principalmente a la solidificacion de desechos liquidos de elevada actividad. En Hanford, en Oak Ridge y en la Universidad de Carolina del Norte se llevan a cabo estudios geoquimicos sobre la evacuacion de desechos. En el documento se describen experimentos efectuados con columnas de tierra, que son mas eficaces para descontaminar las corrientes de desechos que las cajas de drenaje ol os pozos. Los materiales de intercambio mas apropiados para las columnas de tierra son la vermiculita sobre fosforita, con base de grava graduada. El autor describe los progresos de las investigaciones sobre la posibilidad de inyectar desechos radiactivos liquidos en formaciones porosas a traves de pozos profundos y de evacuar desechos en formaciones impermeables previamente fracturadas por medios hidraulicos. (author) [Russian] Daetsja obzor provodimyh v SShA issledovanij problemy udalenija othodov. Osnovnoe vnimanie v issledovanijah udeljaetsja problemam pererabotki vysokoaktivnyh zhidkih othodov v tverduju massu. V Hjenforde i Okridzhe nizkoaktivnye othody udaljajutsja v zemlju v kolodcy, vyrabotki i laguny. V Hjenforde, Okridzhe i universitete Juzhnoj Karoliny provodjatsja geohimicheskie issledovanija, svjazannye s udaleniem othodov. Opisyvajutsja opyty s pochvennymi kolonkami; oni javljajutsja bolee jeffektivnymi dlja dezaktivacii zhidkih othodov, chem vyrabotki i kolodcy. Naibolee podhodjashhimi porodami dlja pochvennyh kolonok javljajutsja vermikulit, lezhashhij na tverdyh fosfatah, kotorye, v svoju ochered', lezhat na krupnozernostom gravii. Izlagaetsja hod issledovatel

  12. 15th International Conference on Thermal Conductivity

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    Once again, it gives me a great pleasure to pen the Foreword to the Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Thermal Conductivity. As in the past, these now biannual conferences pro­ vide a broadly based forum for those researchers actively working on this important property of matter to convene on a regular basis to exchange their experiences and report their findings. As it is apparent from the Table of Contents, the 15th Conference represents perhaps the broadest coverage of subject areas to date. This is indicative of the times as the boundaries between disciplines be­ come increasingly diffused. I am sure the time has come when Con­ ference Chairmen in coming years will be soliciting contributions not only in the physical sciences and engineering', but will actively seek contributions from the earth sciences and life sciences as well. Indeed, the thermal conductivity and related properties of geological and biological materials are becoming of increasing im­ portance to our way of life. As...

  13. Fra seminarium til skole

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    Christiansen, Rene B

    2014-01-01

    towards experimental description”. Denne definition er formuleret af Ference Marton og understreger at fænomenografien er optaget af beskrivelser af menneskers oplevelser, hvad an-går udvalgte sociale fænomener og samtidig at udpege variationer inden for disse sociale fænomener. Fænomenografi fokuserer på...... for at udfolde deres intentioner om lærerarbejde”? Det andet forskningsspørgsmål adresserede adgangsproblematikker i forhold til forskning i skolen og lød: ”Hvordan kan man få adgang til og hvordan skal man forstå skolens hverdagspraksisser”? Gennem afhandlingen er begge spørgsmål blevet diskuteret både...... var både tale om den faktiske, fysiske adgang til en skole, når man dukker op på matriklen og går omkring og ser, hvad der sker. I afhandlingen vises at der det mest af tiden ikke sker noget – der er rig mulighed for at gå omkring, med mindre man italesætter sin intention med at være der. Til eksempel...

  14. DIFFERENCES IN FUNCTIONAL AND MOTOR ABILITIES OFYOUNG FOOTBALL PLAYERS, BASKETBALL AND VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS

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    Franja Fratrić

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    Full Text Available The main goal of this research is to determine whether and what differences exist between the three groups of subjects (high-quality football, volleyball and basketball cadets and youth age, in the motoric and functional abilities, as well as to identify dif- ferences between subgroups within each sport. The sample consists of 61 volleyball, 31 basketball player and football player 31 (total n = 123 male, cadet and youth age are members of local clubs. Subjects were born between 01.01.1991 and 12.12.1994. The sample of variables are the values of 17 tests for the evaluation of functional and mobile status. The Motor-functional status on the basis of the results of secondary value of foot- ball, basketball and volleyball make a clear conclusion that the football players showed the best results in almost all the tests and that they had the smallest disbalance in the power of certain groups of muscles.The football players hve the highest homogeneity.

  15. MAPP-konference med fokus på branding af fødevarer

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    Stacey, Julia

    2002-01-01

    Branding af fødevarer har været aktuel i de seneste år, men branding har en lang historie bag sig. Konceptet opstod under den industrielle revolution. Her dannede masseproduktion og nye former for distribution grundlag for nye måder at kommunikere på mellem fødevareproducenter og forbrugere. De...... seneste fem til ti år har interessen for branding af fødevarer nået nye højder - både inden for forskning og i fødevarevirksomhedernes hverdag. Mærker skaber præferencer Traditionelt hjælper et mærke forbrugerne til at gøre brug af tidligere erfaringer. Mærker hjælper forbrugerne til at genkøbe fødevarer......, der er sunde og smager godt. De vil også vide, hvordan fødevarer bliver produceret, markedsført osv. De vil have indsigt i producentens strategi og værdigrundlag samt fødevarernes symbolske, sociale og psykologiske betydning. Ingen af disse aspekter kan ses eller lugtes. De baserer sig udelukkende på...

  16. Méthode de contrôle automatique des données bibliographiques dans les bases de données du CERN

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    Cart, Catherine

    2003-01-01

    Cette étude présente une méthode de contrôle automatique des réferences des documents importés dans des bases de données. Conçu initialement pour la mise à jour de la base de littérature grise du Service de l'information scientifique du CERN, puis étendu à sa base de monographies, le programme chkall ("check all") propose différentes applications pour contrôler les données de catalogage relatives aux documents (électroniques ou non) et pour en assurer la modification semi-automatique. Devant l'augmentation massive des données et la nécessité de les contrôler, ce programme, transposable à d'autres contextes, permet d'enrichir un catalogue et d'en augmenter la précision et la cohérence. - We describe a method for automatically controlling references to documents uploaded into databases. Initially designed as part of the gray literature database upgrade at the CERN Scientific Information Service and then extended to its monographic database, the chkall (check all) program offers different ...

  17. Современные геодемографические проблемы Евросоюза и миграционный кризис 2010-х годов=Current Geodemographic Problems in the European Union and Migration Crisis of the 2010s

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    Full Text Available This article demonstrates the effect of the 2010s migration crisis has had on the demographic development of the European Union. Employing statistics and map­ping, the study argues that the demographic development of EU states is not affected by either socioeconomic performance or religious, linguistic, and cultural charac­teristics. Migration inflow differs significantly by country and EU region. The au­thors analyse major irregular migration routes and show that their use cannot be always explained by using traditional demographic approaches. There is also a dif­ference in the proportion of migrants by country, although settlement systems are very similar. Even with decades spent in the destination country, the Muslim popula­tion remains poorly integrated into the local community and its effect on the latter is insignificant (Turks in Germany. The demographic mosaic of the European Union is becoming increasingly fragmented, which makes any national level demographic forecasts inconsequential. However, community-level forecasts are possible and necessary. All this creates a need for geodemographic research.

  18. 6th International Conference on Paleoceanography

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    Mix, Alan

    1999-01-01

    This volume is one outcome of the 6th International Conference on Paleoceano­ graphy (ICP VI). The conference was held August 23-28, 1998 in Lisbon, Portugal. The meeting followed the traditional format of a small number of invited oral presentations complemented by a large number ofcontributed posters. Over 550 participants attended, representing thirty countries and nearly 450 posters were presented. The invited speakers addressed the main themes of the 5oral sessions. The session topics were: Polar-Tropical and Interhemisphere Linkages; Does the Ocean Cause, or Respond to, Abrupt Climatic Changes?; Biotic Responses to Major Paleoceanographic Changes; Past Warm Climates; and Innovations In Monitoring Ocean History. This is the first time in ICP history that the Conference Proceedings are published. The aim of the organisers with the publication of this book is two-fold: to provide a useful review of the field and to document the ideas/controversies raised during the con­ ference that may stimulate future ...

  19. Unigrace - A Project For The Unification of Gravity Systems In Central Europe

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    Richter, B.; Falk, R.; Erker, E.; Ruess, D.; Mäkinen, J.; Hinderer, J.; Marson, I.; Sledzinski, J.

    Because of the present trends of political and economical unification in Europe for- merly classified gravimetric data in Central Europe are becoming available. The dif- ferences, however, between gravity systems in this area are so large that they strongly affect the geoid, vertical datum definitions and height systems. It is therefore manda- tory to study system differences and to unify them. The project UNIGRACE aims at solving this problem by carrying out absolute grav- ity measurements with the most advanced technology at 17 selected sites in the coun- tries concerned. In a joint effort five European groups from Austria, Finland, France, Germany, Italy and Poland using their absolute gravimeters and partners from Bul- garia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia cooperate in selecting and/or establishing the sites and performing the measurements as well as in connecting the absolute sites to the national gravimetric networks. As a result, a unique gravity system in Central Europe will be available. The project started on Jan. 1, 1998 and till the end of 2000 all selected gravity sites have been observed twice by absolute gravimeters. From these repeated measurements the final results for this project will be presented which was granted by the European Commission.

  20. [Once upon a time there was a medical faculty--a brief history of the Medical Faculty of the Erzsébet University in Pressburg (1914-1919)].

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    Kiss, László

    2010-01-01

    Despite the fact that the idea of expanding the medical faculties of Budapest and Kolozsvár was formed in the 1870s, it only came true in the 1910s. The XXXVI. Law of 1912 ensured establishing new faculties in Pozsony and Debrecen. The medical faculty of Erzsébet University in Pozsony opened in 1914. The first three professors, i.e. Lajos Bakay, Ferenc Herzog and Dezső Velits, who formerly worked as head physicians for the State Hospital in Pozsony and the Institute for Midwives, were appointed then. The appointment of further professors and launching the 3rd, 4th and 5th forms were delayed by the outbreak of the war until 1918. After the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy the newly formed Czechoslovakia dissolved the Hungarian university in 1919. The clinics and institutes of the medical faculty were passed to Czechoslovak ownership, the Hungarian lecturers were dismissed. It is worth mentioning though that Albert Szent-Györgyi and Carl Ferdinand Cori (both Nobel Prize winners) started their scientific career in Pozsony.

  1. SBIR Grant:No-Vibration Agile Cryogenic Optical Refrigerator

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    Epstein, Richard

    2013-04-09

    Optical refrigeration is currently the only all-solid-state cryocooling technology that has been demonstrated. Optical cryocoolers are devices that use laser light to cool small crystal or glass cooling elements. The cooling element absorbs the laser light and reradiates it at higher energy, an example of anti-Stokes fluorescence. The dif-ference between the energy of the outgoing and incoming light comes from the thermal energy of the cooling element, which in turn becomes colder. Entitled No-Vibration Agile Cryocoolers using Optical Refrigeration, this Phase I proposal directly addressed the continued development of the optical refrigerator components necessary to transition this scientific breakthrough into National Nu-clear Security Administration (NNSA) sensor applications in line with the objectives of topic 50b. ThermoDynamic Films LLC (TDF), in collaboration with the University of New Mexico (UNM), cooled an optical-refrigerator cooling element comprised of an ytterbium-doped yttrium lithium fluoride (Yb:YLF) crystal from room tempera-ture to 123 K with about 2% efficiency. This is the world record in optical refrigera-tion and an important step toward revolutionizing cryogenic systems for sensor ap-plications. During this period, they also designed and analyzed the crucial elements of a prototype optical refrigerator including the thermal link that connects the cool-ing element with the load.

  2. Second International Conference on Neutron Transmutation Doping in Semiconductors

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    Neutron Transmutation Doping in Semiconductors

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    This volume contains the invited and contributed papers presented at the Second International Conference on Neutron Transmutation Doping in Semiconductors held April 23-26, 1978 at the University of Missouri-Columbia. The first "testing of the waters" symposium on this subject was organized by John Cleland and Dick Wood of the Solid-State Division of Oak Ridge National Laboratory in April of 1976, just one year after NTD-silicon appeared on the marketplace. Since this first meeting, NTD-silicon has become established as the starting material for the power device industry and reactor irradiations are now measured in tens of tons of material per annum making NTD processing the largest radiation effects technology in the semiconductor industry. Since the first conference at Oak Ridge, new applications and irradiation techniques have developed. Interest in a second con­ ference and in publishing the proceedings has been extremely high. The second conference at the University of Missouri was attended by 114 perso...

  3. Experimental investigation on the wake interference among wind turbines sited in atmospheric boundary layer winds

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    W. Tian; A. Ozbay; X. D. Wang; H.Hu

    2017-01-01

    We examined experimentally the effects of incom-ing surface wind on the turbine wake and the wake interfer-ence among upstream and downstream wind turbines sited in atmospheric boundary layer (ABL) winds. The experi-ment was conducted in a large-scale ABL wind tunnel with scaled wind turbine models mounted in different incom-ing surface winds simulating the ABL winds over typical offshore/onshore wind farms. Power outputs and dynamic loadings acting on the turbine models and the wake flow char-acteristics behind the turbine models were quantified. The results revealed that the incoming surface winds significantly affect the turbine wake characteristics and wake interference between the upstream and downstream turbines. The velocity deficits in the turbine wakes recover faster in the incoming surface winds with relatively high turbulence levels. Varia-tions of the power outputs and dynamic wind loadings acting on the downstream turbines sited in the wakes of upstream turbines are correlated well with the turbine wakes charac-teristics. At the same downstream locations, the downstream turbines have higher power outputs and experience greater static and fatigue loadings in the inflow with relatively high turbulence level, suggesting a smaller effect of wake inter-ference for the turbines sited in onshore wind farms.

  4. Distribution of X-ray induced chromosome rearrangement breaks along the polytene chromosomes of Anopheles messeae

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    1983-01-01

    Distribution of chromosomal aberrations localization along polytene chromosomes (aoutosomes) of salivary glands of malarial mosquito. Anopheles messeae is presented. Induced aberrations in F 1 posterity from X-ray irradiated fecundated females are studied. Poipts of breaks of inversions and trapslocations are localized separately. There are no considerable dif-- ferences in the distribution character of two types of aberrations. Over the length of autosomes the breaks are more frequent in distal halves, their frequency in proximal parts anally in near centromeric regions of chromosomes is reduced. Concentration of breaks in certain ''hot points'' of the chromosomes is pointed out. Comparison of distribution of actual and expected frequencies of break points according to chi 2 criterion revealed highly fiducial discrepancies, testifying to uneven participation of different regions of chromosomes in aberration formation. Similarities and differences of the data obtained from analogous ones, demonstrated in Drosophila, as well as possible reasons for the distribution unevennes are discussed. On the basis of analysis of intrinsic and literature data a supposition is made that the ''hot points'' (break concentrations) can be considered as localizaion markers of intercalary heterochromatin

  5. Work–Family Interference: Nurses in Norway and Finland

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    2012-06-01

    Full Text Available Abstract The aim of the study is to investigate the level of work–family inter-ference (WFI for part-time nurses in Norway and Finland. Part-time work is usually cited as a desirable way in which to facilitate work and family harmony. However, the opportunity to work part-time in professions may be associated with greater difficulties and challenges than commonly presumed. Part-time professionals are often stigmatized as being less committed to work and report fewer job rewards than colleagues in full-time positions. This study challenges the notion of the desir-able consequences of work hour flexibility concerning the integration of work and family. Part-time nurses in Norway and Finland report an equal level or even higher levels of interference than nurses in full-time positions. A disproportional distri-bution of inconvenient work schedules appears to be a central explanation for the results reported by Norwegian nurses, but to a lesser degree by Finnish nurses.

  6. La praxis en el pensamiento de Adolfo Sánchez Vázquez

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    Full Text Available Sobre la base de las Tesis sobre Feuerbach de Marx, obra en la que se expone epigramáticamenteel núcleo teórico de la revolución marxista en la historia de la filosofía y en la concepción de la historia,surge un conjunto de autores que perciben dicha propuesta como filosofía de la praxis. Ejemplos ilustrativosson, entre los más relevantes: Antonio Labriola, seguido por Antonio Gramsci, G. Lukács, K. Korsch,los fundadores de la Escuela de Frankfurt y a partir de los años 50, participan en esta dirección críticaMaurice Marleau-Ponty y de la Revista Praxis Gajo Petrovic y Mihailo Markovic. Se destacan, además,los representantes de la Escuela de Budapest (Agnes Heller, Ferenc Feher, etc. así como Karel Kosic deChecoslovaquia y las reflexiones del francés Jean Paul Sartre, entre otros1, incluyendo desde luego al Dr.Adolfo Sánchez Vázquez, cuya eminente obra, Filosofía de la praxis, (1967 y 1980 desde el principiode la introducción delimita con profundidad su objetivo primordial:

  7. On Ritual Narrative and Construction of the Press Conference:A Cultural Anthropology Approach%论新闻发布会的仪式叙事与建构--对新闻发布会的文化人类学解释

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    赵振祥; 王洁

    2014-01-01

    The ritual view of communication reconstructs the mode of communication,from which the press con-ference can be regarded as the performance of ceremony process. In the virtual context generated by the digital media,the press conference evolves from the actual ceremony to the media ritual. Great emphasis should be put on the ritual construction of the press conference. Hence the symbolic meaning of the ceremony is suggested to be strengthened at the levels of role structure,role behavior,space-time factors and situation and so on so as to create the ritual order and achieve the ritual purpose.%传播仪式观重构了传播的模式,以“仪式观”观之,新闻发布会是仪式进程的展演。在数字媒介生成的虚拟情境下,新闻发布会从现实仪式演变为媒介仪式。应重视新闻发布会的仪式建构,从角色构成、角色行为、时空要素、情境等层面强化仪式的象征意义,以建立仪式秩序、实现仪式目的。

  8. APL programs for the mathematics classroom

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    Thomson, Norman D

    1989-01-01

    The idea for this book grew out of proposals at the APL86 con­ ference in Manchester which led to the initiation of the I-APL (International APL) project, and through it to the availability of an interpreter which would bring the advantages of APL within the means of vast numbers of school children and their teachers. The motivation is that once school teachers have glimpsed the possibilities, there will be a place for an "ideas" book of short programs which will enable useful algorithms to be brought rapidly into classroom use, and perhaps even to be written and developed in front of the class. A scan of the contents will show how the conciseness of APL makes it possible to address a huge range of topics in a small number of pages. There is naturally a degree of idiosyncrasy in the choice of topics - the selection I have made reflects algo­ rithms which have either proved useful in real work, or which have caught my imagination as candidates for demonstrating the value of APL as a mathematical notation. Wh...

  9. Parameter estimation and hypothesis testing in linear models

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    1999-01-01

    The necessity to publish the second edition of this book arose when its third German edition had just been published. This second English edition is there­ fore a translation of the third German edition of Parameter Estimation and Hypothesis Testing in Linear Models, published in 1997. It differs from the first English edition by the addition of a new chapter on robust estimation of parameters and the deletion of the section on discriminant analysis, which has been more completely dealt with by the author in the book Bayesian In­ ference with Geodetic Applications, Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg New York, 1990. Smaller additions and deletions have been incorporated, to im­ prove the text, to point out new developments or to eliminate errors which became apparent. A few examples have been also added. I thank Springer-Verlag for publishing this second edition and for the assistance in checking the translation, although the responsibility of errors remains with the author. I also want to express my thanks...

  10. The peculiarities of formation of circulatory system pathology of evacuated adult population exposed to ionizing radiation on thyroid gland after the accident at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant

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    2014-11-01

    Full Text Available The aim of the research - analysis of the structure and dynamics of the morbidity among eva¬cuated population, the peculiarities of pathogenesis of the most widespread forms of circulatory system (CS pathology in the remote period after the accident at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant. Materials and methods. Three groups of persons evacuated from Chernobyl zone of alienation were researched: persons aged 10-17 (6517 persons, 18-39 (496 persons, 40-60 (458 persons. The data on the individual radiation doses which affected thyroid gland were selected at the State Register of Ukraine on persons affected by the Chernobyl disaster. Morbidity rate was estimated per 103 man-year for 5-years periods of monitoring. The main results: Time from the moment of Chernobyl accident affected the formation of morbidity structure of evacuated population. It was fixed two peaks of morbidity incidence - initial and in 12 years. The most essential changes in CS morbidity of evacuated population were fixed 26 years later mainly in cere¬brovascular diseases. The coronary artery disease takes the first place in the morbidity structure. Significant dif¬ferences were detected at age-specific aspect. The evacuated adult population aged 18-39 years was the most vulnerable for the development of CS diseases. Adverse health effects confirmed the necessity of further research of CS morbidity with the differentiation of doses affected thyroid gland.

  11. Etude Des Elements Culturels Dans “Cinq Villes” D’ahmet Hamdi Tanpinar: Intertextualité Et Interculturalité

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    Full Text Available L’objet du présent article est de préciser des idées et des observations à propos de la traduction en français l’une des oeuvres de la littérature turque. En tant que corpus, nous avons choisi le roman turc d’Ahmet Hamdi Tanpınar, célèbre poète et romancier turc qui a été considéré comme le fondateur de la littérature turque moderne. Son roman intitulé “Beş Şehir” a été traduit en français sous le titre de “Cinq Villes”. Il est évident que chaque langue contient, préfabrique, impose à ses locuteurs une certaine manière de regarder le monde, d’analyser l’expérience que nous avons du monde. Si nous voulons comprendre pourquoi et comment la traduction reste possible, il nous faut donc, d’abord, accepter dans son entièreté ce fait qu’une langue nous oblige à connaître d’autres cultures à voir le monde d’une certaine manière, la traduction n’est pas toujours possible. Elle ne l’est que dans une certaine mesure et dans certaines limites. G.Mounin(1976,44-45 souligne “pour bien traduire une langue, il ne suffit pas d’étudier cette langue, , il faut étudier, la culture qui lui correspond”. Notre objectif, dans ce travail, est d’analyser la traduction, plus particulièrement des éléments spécifiques propres à une culture inexistante dans la langue cible. Il s’agit de montrer comment un certain nombre de réferences historiques et culturelles sont traduits dans ce moyen d’expression. Nous traiterons en ce qui concerne les réferences culturelles qui doivent être adoptées par les connaissances des lecteurs français; et qui sont également fortes nombreuses dans cette oeuvre. Le traducteur doit expliquer au récepteur étranger, les particularités des termes ce qui lui sont compréhensibles et qu’il peut comparer avec les réalités déjà de la propre culture. Ces explications utilisées par le traducteur ont avant tout, une valeur informative, elles permettent aux r

  12. Using Pulse Rate in Estimating Workload Evaluating a Load Mobilizing Activity

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    Full Text Available Introduction: The pulse rate is a direct indicator of the state of the cardiovascular system, in ad-dition to being an indirect indicator of the energy expended in performing a task. The pulse of a person is the number of pulses recorded in a peripheral artery per unit time; the pulse appears as a pressure wave moving along the blood vessels, which are flexible, “in large arterial branches, speed of 7-10 m/s in the small arteries, 15 to 35 m/s”. Materials and methods: The aim of this study was to assess heart rate, using the technique of recording the frequency of the pulse, oxy-gen consumption and observation of work activity in the estimation of the workload in a load handling task for three situations: lift/transfer/deposit; before, during and after the task the pulse rate is recorded for 24 young volunteers (10 women and 14 men under laboratory conditions. We performed a gesture analysis of work activity and lifting and handling strategies. Results: We observed an increase between initial and final fp in both groups and for the two tasks, a dif¬ference is also recorded in the increase in heart rate of 17.5 for charging 75 % of the participants experienced an increase in fp above 100 lat./min. Par 25 kg, registered values indicate greater than 114 lat./min and 17.5 kg than 128 lat./min values. Discussion: The pulse rate method is recommended for its simplicity of use for operational staff, supervisors and managers and indus¬trial engineers not trained in the physiology method can also be used by industrial hygienists.

  13. John Brampton Philpot's photographs of fictile ivory in the Hungarian National Museum

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    Papp, Júlia

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available In the Archeological Archives of the Hungarian National Museum you can find a series of photographs depicting fictile ivory. Made up of 265 items, the series were produced by John Brampton Philpot, born in the UK and settled in Florence in the middle of the 19th century, then donated to the museum by Ferenc Pulszky in 1868. Turned to exile in 1849, Pulszky inherited his belated uncle's valuable ivory collection, which was exhibited in London in 1853. Since technologies, which made it possible for sensitive artefacts to be reproduced without any damage done to the original, had become available by that time, upon request of his colleagues at South Kensington Museum, Pulszky gave authorization for the reproduction of his ivory collection. In 1863 Pulszky started to live in Florence, where he got into professional contact with Philpot and is likely to have been instrumental in the making of the above photo series of fictile ivory. Philpot published an individual catalogue of these series, which despite its misspellings and erroneous data has provided great assistance in identifying the photographs from Budapest. Philpot's series of photographs supplied a lot of important information for the European history of photographing and collecting art treasures in the 19th century, and also contributed to the art reproduction movement of the 1850-60s. New technologies (electrotyping, photography came to play a dominant role in the institutional development of art history, archeology and historic conservation. The network established and widened between European public and private collections, which enhanced exchange and sales of art reproductions, with the intention of serving both educative and scientific aims.

  14. Survival of Columbian white-tailed deer in western Oregon

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    Ricca, Mark A.; Anthony, Robert G.; Jackson, Dewaine H.; Wolfe, Scott A.

    2002-01-01

    Columbian white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus leucurus; CWTD) are an endangered subspecies on which little demographic information exists. We determined survival rates and causes of mortality for 64 radiocol- lared adults from 1996 to 1998, and for 63 radiocollared neonatal fawns during the summer and fall months of 1996-2001 in Douglas County, Oregon, USA. Annual adult survival rates averaged 0.74 over 3 years, and most mor- tality (73%) occurred between fall and winter. Seasonal survival was lowest (0.75) for the fall-winter 1997-1998, and was 20.90 during all spring-summer periods. Annual and seasonal survival rates did not differ by gender. Average annual survival was 0.77 for deer in wildland areas compared with 0.66 for deer in suburban areas, but these dif- ferences were not consistent between years and seasons. Survival over the entire 3-year study was low (0.38). Eight deer died from a combination of emaciation and disease, and almost all (92%) necropsied deer were in poor body condition. Fawn survival to 7 months was low (0.14, 95% CI = 0.02-0.26) and declined most rapidly during the first 1.5 months of life. Predation (n = 21) and abandonment (n = 6) were the most frequent known causes of death for fawns. Our results suggest that CWTD may have responded to density-dependent factors during this short-term study, although the effects of other environmental or intrinsic factors cannot be ignored. Fawn survival may be insufficient to produce enough recruits for population growth and eventual range expansion.

  15. Overview of Atmospheric Ionizing Radiation (AIR)

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    Wilson, J. W.; Maiden, D. L.; Goldhagen, P.; Tai, H.; Shinn, J. L.

    2003-01-01

    The SuperSonic Transport (SST) development program within the US was based at the Langley Research Center as was the Apollo radiation testing facility (Space Radiation Effects Laboratory) with associated radiation research groups. It was natural for the issues of the SST to be first recognized by this unique combination of research programs. With a re-examination of the technologies for commercial supersonic flight and the possible development of a High Speed Civil Transport (HSCT), the remaining issues of the SST required resolution. It was the progress of SST radiation exposure research program founded by T. Foelsche at the Langley Research Center and the identified remaining issues after that project over twenty-five years ago which became the launch point of the current atmospheric ionizing radiation (AIR) research project. Added emphasis to the need for reassessment of atmospheric radiation resulted from the major lowering of the recommended occupational exposure limits, the inclusion of aircrew as radiation workers, and the recognition of civil aircrew as a major source of occupational exposures. Furthermore, the work of Ferenc Hajnal of the Environmental Measurements Laboratory brought greater focus to the uncertainties in the neutron flux at high altitudes. A re-examination of the issues involved was committed at the Langley Research Center and by the National Council on Radiation Protection (NCRP). As a result of the NCRP review, a new flight package was assembled and flown during solar minimum at which time the galactic cosmic radiation is at a maximum (June 1997). The present workshop is the initial analysis of the new data from that flight. The present paper is an overview of the status of knowledge of atmospheric ionizing radiations. We will re-examine the exposures of the world population and examine the context of aircrew exposures with implications for the results of the present research. A condensed version of this report was given at the 1998

  16. Correlation between Burning Mouth Syndrome and Anxiety in the Elderly Inmates of Sanitaria in Tehran

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    Bakhtiari, Sedighe; Khalighi, Hamid Reza; Azimi, Somayyeh; Alavi, Kaveh; Ayoobi Valoogerdi, Hasan; Namazi, Zahra

    2010-01-01

    Background and aims Burning mouth syndrome (BMS) is a chronic pain disorder characterized by a chief complaint of oral burning/pain with no clinically observable oral mucosal lesions. The prevalence of BMS has been reported to be 2.5-5.1% in the general population and several psychological disorders have been reported as associated or predisposing factors for BMS. The aim of this study was to determine the correlation between BMS and anxiety in the elderly residents of sani-taria in Tehran, Iran. Materials and methods In a cross-sectional analytical study, 50 patients with BMS were included along with 50 healthy individuals as controls. Inclusion criteria were: age over 60 years, burning sensation in the mouth, normal oral mu-cosa, absence of diabetes, satisfactory prosthesis, absence of iron deficiency and other nutrients, and no heavy smoking habits. Similar inclusion criteria were considered for the control group without any oral complaints. Burning/pain severity was assessed by a 100-mm visual analog scale and the severity of anxiety (state, trait, and total) was determined by Cattell's Anxiety Scale. Data was analyzed by t-test and Pearson's correlation coefficient. Results Individuals with BMS assessed their burning/pain severity to be 27.4 mm (95% CI=25.2 - 29.6 mm). Standard-ized total anxiety scale in individuals with and without BMS (±SE for mean) was 5.9±0.2 and 4.6±0.3 with significant dif-ferences (p=0.001). Similar significant differences were observed in state and trait anxiety between the two groups. Conclusion It seems that both state and trait anxiety are associated with burning mouth syndrome. PMID:22991594

  17. THE DEVELOPMENT OF INFORMATION COMPETENCES FOR MEDICAL STUDENTS

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    S. I. Karas

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available The goal of this paper is the analysis of information communication technologies using for professional competencies development for medical students. There are described two informational learning technologies: standard and developed in Tomsk.Virtual learning environment Moodle is open source software which is developed for on-line education and installed in more than a dozen thousands educational institutions around the world including Russia. The Moodle provides students with rapid access to professional-oriented learning information via Internet any time and through any gadget. Using the Moodle a teacher can present different types of digital information, organize learning course, student’s knowledge and skills evaluation after structuring teacher’s knowledge. Rating approach is implemented in the Moodle very easy. Developed and develo­ping resources for the Moodle are located at the server http://simcenter.ssmu.ru.Learning electronic health record (LEHR is developing by Tomsk professional team and it is the integration of an electronic health record and a program for clinical subject. There are additional functions besides usual for paper medical record, for example: learning about specialized software, electronic re­ference books, and medical standard documents. Information and clinical competences are forming in LEHR at the same time what is the undoubted advantage for students. Now LEHR on pediatrics and neurology are testing before trial exploitation in the learning. Software for LEHR and information about virtual patients are located at the server http://students.umssoft.com.The analysis and our experience have shown the possibilities of effective using the information communication technologies for development of informational and professional competencies of medical students in different subjects of educational program.

  18. PREFACE: 8th Edoardo Amaldi Conference on Gravitational Waves

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    Marka, Zsuzsa; Marka, Szabolcs

    2010-04-01

    thoughtful delivery of conference goals and enabling many lively discussions that are much needed for the development of our frontier field. We would also like to thank the hard work of Columbia University Physics Department administrators for handling some of the practical aspects of the organization. Finally, a team of students (Jonathan Berliner, Rutu Das, David Fierroz, Alyssa Miller, David Murphy and Keith Redwine) provided assistance behind the scene. Their hard work, practical ideas, and dedication are greatly appreciated. We are also grateful for Keith Redwine for his help in organizing the JPCS proceedings articles. Finally, we would like to thank the over 310 participants for their interesting and lively contributions that ultimately made the conference a success. Zsuzsa Marka Local Organizing Committee Szabolcs Marka Chair, Local Organizing Committee Columbia Astrophysics Laboratory and Physics Department, Columbia University Guest Editors AMALDI picture

  19. Predicting acute side effects of stimulant medication in pediatric attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder: data from quantitative electroencephalography, event-related potentials, and a continuous-performance test

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    Full Text Available Geir Ogrim,1–3 Knut A Hestad,3,4 Jan Ferenc Brunner,3,5,6 Juri Kropotov3,7,8 1Neuropsychiatric Unit, Østfold Hospital Trust, Fredrikstad, Norway; 2National Resource Center for ADHD, Tourettes' Syndrome and Narcolepsy, Oslo, Norway; 3Institute of Psychology, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU, Trondheim, Norway; 4Division of Mental Health, Innlandet Hospital Trust, Brumunddal, Norway; 5Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, St Olav's Hospital, Trondheim, Norway; 6Department of Neuroscience, NTNU, Trondheim, Norway; 7Institute of the Human Brain, Russian Academy of Sciences, Saint Petersburg, Russia; 8Department of Neuropsychology, Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Krakow University, Krakow, Poland Background: The aim of this study was to search for predictors of acute side effects of stimulant medication in pediatric attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD, emphasizing variables from quantitative electroencephalography (QEEG, event-related potentials (ERPs, and behavior data from a visual continuous-performance test (VCPT. Methods: Seventy medication-naïve ADHD patients aged 7–16 years were tested with QEEG, including a go/no-go task condition (VCPT from which behavior data and ERPs were extracted, followed by a systematic trial on stimulant medication lasting at least 4 weeks. Based on data from rating scales and interviews, two psychologists who were blind to the QEEG/ERP test results independently rated the patients as having no or small side effects (n = 37 or troublesome side effects (n = 33. We determined if the side effects were related to sex, age, IQ, ADHD subtype, comorbidities, clinical outcome, and variables in QEEG, ERPs, and VCPT. Results: There was a moderate negative correlation between clinical outcome and side effects. Three variables were significantly associated with side effects in a multivariate logistic regression analysis. In the ERP independent component – contingent negative variation

  20. Study of mouse behavioural response in microgravity: ethogram and neurobiological related

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    Santucci, Daniela; Francia, Nadia; Schwartz, Silvia; Biticchi, Roberta; Liu, Yi; Cancedda, Ranieri; Aloe, Luigi

    The conquest of space, which started with the dog Laika in 1966 to be followed few years later by Yuri Gagarin, has witnessed an increasing numbers of both vertebrates (tadpoles, frogs, rats mice etc.) and invertebrates (flies, scorpions, protozoa) species exposed to zero gravity levels. Animals are sent into orbit to proactively foresee possible health problems in humans. The issue of animal exposure to un-physiological gravity is of primary importance to i) understand behavioural and physiological adaptations in such environment as well as ii) develop coun-termeasures to improve 0-g life conditions and reduce possible animal suffering. The Mouse Drawer System (MDS), an Italian facility, has been transferred to the International Space Sta-tion with a first experiment investigating mechanisms underlying bone mass loss in microgravity in mice. Preliminary and ground-based control experiments have been conducted with six mice housed individually inside the MDS facility for 20 and 100 days. The behavioural repertoire of wild-type and transgenic mice housed in the MDS has been videorecorded with the observation subsystem, which allows to monitor animal's behavior through the use of 6 video cameras. The behavioural patterns characterizing mice in the MDS system have been finely analysed at several time points during the the experiment. Moreover, neurobiological parameters, known to be involved in the response to stress, have been evaluated. In particular, NGF and BDNF levels have been measured in the central nervous system (hippocampus, striatum, and cortex), adrenal gland and limbs. Preliminary data from ground based experiment revealed Several dif-ferences in behavioural profile between wt and tg mice, with transgenic ones apparently more active than wild type controls. Moreover a clear difference in time spent in different areas of the MDS cage was observed. Finally changes in neurotrophins levels were observed in relation to both genotype and environmental

  1. Protective Effect of N-Acetylcystein and Resveratrol on Ischemia-Reperfusion Injury in Rat Ovary

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    Avni Kılıç

    2016-06-01

    Full Text Available Objective: The aim of this study is evaluating the protective activity of N-acetyl cysteine and resveratrol treatment against ischemia - reperfusion damage created experimentally in rat ovaries. Methods: 42 female Wistar rats were used in our study. Rats were separated randomly into six groups consisting of seven rats as sham, torsion, torsion- detorsion, torsion-detorsion+saline, torsion-detorsion+resveretrol (20 mg/kg and torsion- detorsion+N-acetyl cysteine (150 mg/kg. Except Sham, ovarian torsion procedure was implemented to all other groups for 2 hours. Detorsion procedure was implemented to other groups for 2 hours, except the torsion group. Medications were given through intraperitoneal way half an hour before the detorsion procedure in saline (two milliliter, resveratrol (20 mg/kg and N-acetyl cysteine (150 mg/kg groups. Then, 2 ml of blood samples were drawn for markers of oxidative stress and tumour necrosis factor-alpha (TNF-α work and the ovaries, which were torsioned for the histologic examination, were ex­tracted from all rats. Edema, congestion, hemorrhage, leuko­cyte infiltration and degeneration of follicles were evaluated by histopathological examination. Results: According to histopathologic damage scores, the least damage was seen in sham group and the most damage was seen T-DT group (1.00±0.81 vs. 11.00±1.15, respectively; p<0.001. It was seen that resveratrol and N-acetyl cysteine treatments were effective in decreasing tissue damage (total damage score average 83.85±0.89 vs. 3.85±0.89, respec­tively; p<0.001, and on the other hand there was not any dif­ference between resveratrol and N-acetyl cysteine treatments (p=0.966. Besides, it was determined that oxidative stress levels were higher in torsion - detorsion group and the resve­ratrol and N-acetyl cysteine treatment caused a significant de­crease in oxidative stress levels. In additionally, the reductions of TNF-α levels were found to be equally effective in

  2. Effectiveness and tolerability of transdermal rivastigmine in the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease in daily practice

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    Full Text Available Johannes Seibert1, Ferenc Tracik2,3, Konstantin Articus2, Stefan Spittler41Outpatient Clinic, Heidelberg, Germany; 2Novartis Pharma, Nürnberg, Germany; 3Department of Neurology, Heinrich-Heine University, Düsseldorf, Germany; 4Alexianer Krefeld, Maria Hilf Clinic, Krefeld, GermanyBackground: Oral cholinesterase inhibitors at doses efficacious for the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease (AD are often prematurely discontinued due to gastrointestinal side effects. In controlled clinical trials, transdermal rivastigmine demonstrated less such effects at similar efficacy. The current study aimed to verify the validity of this data in daily practice.Methods: This was a prospective, multicenter, observational study on transdermal rivastigmine in Germany. Eligible patients were those with AD who had not yet been treated with rivastigmine. Outcome measures were changes in clock-drawing test, Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE, Caregiver Burden Scale, Clinical Global Impression (CGI, physicians’ assessments of tolerability, and the incidence of adverse events (AEs over 4 months of treatment.Results: In 257 centers 1113 patients were enrolled; 614 women and 499 men, mean age 76.5 years. In 58% of patients AD was treated for the first time and in 42% therapy was switched to transdermal rivastigmine, mostly due to lack of tolerability (13.6% or effectiveness (26.9%. After 4 months, 67.4% of patients were on the target dose of 9.5 mg/day and 21.8% were still on 4.6 mg/day. MMSE significantly improved in patients with and without pretreatment (ΔMMSE, 0.9 ± 3.4 and 0.8 ± 3.4, respectively, both P < 0.001; the CGI score improved in 60.9% and 61.3% of patients, respectively. Overall 11.7% of patients had AEs, mainly affecting the skin or the gastrointestinal tract; in 1.1% of cases AEs were serious; 14.7% of patients discontinued therapy, 6.0% due to AEs. With rivastigmine treatment the percentage of patients taking psychotropic comedication decreased

  3. Can positrons be guided by insulating capillaries?

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    DuBois, R.D.; Toekesi, K.

    2011-01-01

    can be guided by insulating capillaries. Acknowledgements. This work supported by the National Science Foundation. We also thank Mr. Ferenc Turi for the technical support.

  4. Analyzing powers for (p,t) transitions to the first-excited 2+ states of medium-mass nuclei and nuclear collective motions

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    Nagano, K.; Aoki, Y.; Kishimoto, T.; Yagi, K.

    1983-01-01

    Vector analyzing powers A(theta) and differential cross sections σ(theta) have been measured, with the use of a polarized proton beam of 22.0 MeV and a magnetic spectrograph, for (p,t) reactions leading to the first-excited 2 + (2 1 + ) states of the following eighteen nuclei of N = 50 - 82: sup(92,94,96)Mo, sup(98,100,102)Ru, sup(102,104,106,108)Pd, sup(110,112,114)Cd, 116 Sn, sup(120,126,128)Te, and 136 Ba. In addition A(theta) and σ(theta) for sup(104,110)Pd(p,t) sup(102,108) Pd(0sub(g) + ,2 1 + ) transitions have been measured at Esub(p) = 52.2 MeV. The experimental results are analyzed in terms of the first- and second-order DWBA including both inelastic two-step processes and sequential transfer (p,d)(d,t) two-step processes. Inter-ference effect between the direct and the two-step processes is found to play an essential role in the (p,t) reactions. A sum-rule method for calculating the (p,d)(d,t) spectroscopic amplitudes has been developed so as to take into account the ground-state correlation in odd-A nuclei. The nuclear-structure wave functions are constructed under the boson expansion method and the quasiparticle random phase approximation (qp RPA) method by using the monopole-pairing, quadrupole-pairing, and QQ forces. The characteristic features of the experimental A(theta) and σ(theta) are better explained in terms of the boson expansion method than in terms of the qp RPA. Dependence of the (p,t) analyzing powers on the static electric quadrupole moment of the 2 1 + state is found to be strong because of the reorientation (anharmonic) effect in the 2 1 + yiedls 2 1 + transfer process. (J.P.N.)

  5. 审计意见与企业价值的实证研究

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    张维; 张杰

    2013-01-01

    The paper uses A-share companies from 2009 to 2010 as research sample, and also use un-balanced panel data with fixed effect to empirically study least squares regression, relation between au-dit opinion reported by external audit supervision and enterprise value. Research results indicate that:standard unqualified audit opinion effectively advance the enterprise value in significant ways. The ef-fects of those three un-clean audit opinions, including an unqualified opinion with emphasis on matter paragraph, a qualified opinion, an adverse opinion and a disclaimer of opinion indicate no obvious dif-ferences for enterprises that get such an opinion. Among enterprises that get un-clean audit opinions, if audit problem and enterprise value present a negative correlation, they may have a suspicion of pur-chasing audit opinions.%  以2009—2011年A股上市公司为样本,采用非平衡面板数据固定效应最小二乘法,实证研究了外部审计意见与企业价值的关系。研究表明:标准无保留审计意见对企业价值的增长具有显著的提升作用;对于获得非清洁审计意见的公司而言,带强调事项段的无保留意见、保留意见和无法表示意见这三种非清洁审计意见对公司价值增长的影响并无显著差异。在获得非清洁审计意见的企业中,审计意见与企业价值负相关,表明获非清洁审计意见的企业存在购买审计意见的嫌疑。

  6. Association of the waist-to-height ratio with cardiovascular risk factors in children and adolescents: The three cities heart study

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    Robespierre C Ribeiro

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available Objectives: To determine the best anthropometric index in rela-tion to cardiovascular disease risk factors among children and adolescents. Methods: This cross-sectional school-based study was conducted among a random sample of 3179 students, aged 6 to 18 years, in three large cities in Brazil. Results: The prevalence of overweight and obesity was 10% and 5%, respectively. In relation to the students in the lower quartile (Q1 of the distribution of subscapular skinfold, the students in the upper quartile (Q4 presented a 2.0 times higher risk (odds ratio of having elevated total cholesterol levels. Overweight and obese students had a 3.3 times higher risk of having elevated sys-tolic blood pressure, and a 1.9 times higher risk of elevated diastolic blood pressure than other students. The less active students presented a 1.58 times higher risk of having waist-to-height ratio (WHtR above the upper tertile (Q3. WHtR mean values was 0.46 (SE 0.00 presented the largest area under the curve (AUC [0.613 (CI995%:0.578-0.647] for high total cholesterol levels, [0.546 (CI995%: 0.515-0.578] for low HDL-C levels, and [0.614 (CI95%: 0.577-0.651] for high LDL-C levels, while body mass index presented the largest AUC [0.669 (CI95%: 0.64-0.699] for increased diastolic blood pressure followed by the waist circum-ference for increased systolic blood pressure [0.761 (CI95%: 0.735-0.787]. Conclusions: WHtR is considered as a simple and accurate anthropometric parameter that identifies youth with cardiovascular risk factors. In this study, WHtR above 0.44 was indicative of risk factors in children and adolescents. These findings can be applied in future preventive strategies against CVDs, and screening pro-grams.

  7. Effect of Aspect on Climate Variation in Mountain Ranges of Shen-nongjia Massif, Central China

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    ZHANG Yi

    2018-01-01

    The aim of this study was to better understand the mechanisms of regional climate variation in mountain ranges with con-trasting aspects as mediated by changes in global climate. It may help predict trends of vegetation variations in native ecosystems in natural reserves. As measures of climate response, temperature and precipitation data from the north, east, and south-facing mountain ranges of Shennongjia Massif in the coldest and hottest months (January and July), different seasons (spring, summer, autumn, and win-ter) and each year were analyzed from a long-term dataset (1960 to 2003) to tested variations characteristics, temporal and spatial quan-titative relationships of climates. The results showed that the average seasonal temperatures and precipitation in the north, east, and south aspects of the mountain ranges changed at different rates. The average seasonal temperatures change rate ranges in the north, east, and south-facing mountain ranges were from –0.0210℃ /yr to 0.0143℃ /yr,–0.0166℃ /yr to 0.0311℃ /yr, and –0.0290℃ /yr to 0.0084℃ /yr, respectively,and seasonal precipitation variation magnitude were from –1.4940 mm/yr to 0.6217 mm/yr, –1.6833 mm/yr to 2.6182 mm/yr, and –0.8567 mm/yr to 1.4077 mm/yr, respectively. The climates variation trend among the three mountain ranges were different in magnitude and direction, showing a complicated change of the climates in mountain ranges and some inconsistency with general trends in global climate change. The climate variations were significantly different and positively correlated cross mountain ranges, revealing that aspects significantly affected on climate variations and these variations resulted from a larger air circulation sys-tem, which were sensitive to global climate change. We conclude that location and terrain of aspect are the main factors affecting dif-ferences in climate variation among the mountain ranges with contrasting aspects.

  8. Lysine-functionalized nanodiamonds: synthesis, physiochemical characterization, and nucleic acid binding studies

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    Kaur R

    2012-07-01

    Full Text Available Randeep Kaur,1 Jackson M Chitanda,2 Deborah Michel,1 Jason Maley,3 Ferenc Borondics,2,4 Peng Yang,5 Ronald E Verrall,2 Ildiko Badea11Drug Design and Discovery Research Group, College of Pharmacy and Nutrition, University of Saskatchewan, 2Department of Chemistry, University of Saskatchewan, 3Saskatchewan Structural Sciences Centre, University of Saskatchewan, 4Canadian Light Source, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, Canada; 5Department of Organic Chemistry, School of Pharmaceutical Engineering, Shenyang Pharmaceutical University, Shenyang, People's Republic of ChinaPurpose: Detonation nanodiamonds (NDs are carbon-based nanomaterials that, because of their size (4–5 nm, stable inert core, alterable surface chemistry, fluorescence, and biocompatibility, are emerging as bioimaging agents and promising tools for the delivery of biochemical molecules into cellular systems. However, diamond particles possess a strong propensity to aggregate in liquid formulation media, restricting their applicability in biomedical sciences. Here, the authors describe the covalent functionalization of NDs with lysine in an attempt to develop nanoparticles able to act as suitable nonviral vectors for transferring genetic materials across cellular membranes.Methods: NDs were oxidized and functionalized by binding lysine moieties attached to a three-carbon-length linker (1,3-diaminopropane to their surfaces through amide bonds. Raman and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, zeta potential measurement, dynamic light scattering, atomic force microscopic imaging, and thermogravimetric analysis were used to characterize the lysine-functionalized NDs. Finally, the ability of the functionalized diamonds to bind plasmid DNA and small interfering RNA was investigated by gel electrophoresis assay and through size and zeta potential measurements.Results: NDs were successfully functionalized with the lysine linker, producing surface loading of 1.7 mmol g-1 of ND

  9. Unexpected effects of peripherally administered kynurenic acid on cortical spreading depression and related blood–brain barrier permeability

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    2013-09-01

    Full Text Available Gáspár Oláh,1 Judit Herédi,1 Ákos Menyhárt,1 Zsolt Czinege,2 Dávid Nagy,1 János Fuzik,1 Kitti Kocsis,1 Levente Knapp,1 Erika Krucsó,1 Levente Gellért,1 Zsolt Kis,1 Tamás Farkas,1 Ferenc Fülöp,3 Árpád Párdutz,4 János Tajti,4 László Vécsei,4 József Toldi1 1Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Neuroscience, 2Department of Software Engineering, 3Institute of Pharmaceutical Chemistry and MTA-SZTE Research Group for Stereochemistry, 4Department of Neurology and MTA-SZTE Neuroscience Research Group, University of Szeged, Szeged, Hungary Abstract: Cortical spreading depression (CSD involves a slowly-propagating depolarization wave in the cortex, which can appear in numerous pathophysiological conditions, such as migraine with aura, stroke, and traumatic brain injury. Neurons and glial cells are also depolarized transiently during the phenomena. CSD is followed by a massive increase in glutamate release and by changes in the brain microcirculation. The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of two N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor antagonists, endogenous kynurenic acid (KYNA and dizocilpine, on CSD and the related blood–brain barrier (BBB permeability in rats. In intact animals, KYNA hardly crosses the BBB but has some positive features as compared with its precursor L-Kynurenine, which is frequently used in animal studies (KYNA cannot be metabolized to excitotoxic agents such as 3-hydroxy-L-kynurenine and quinolinic acid. We therefore investigated the possible effects of peripherally administered KYNA. Repetitive CSD waves were elicited by the application of 1 M KCl solution to the cortex. Direct current-electrocorticograms were measured for 1 hour. Four parameters of the waves were compared. Evans blue dye and fluorescent microscopy were used to study the possible changes in the permeability of the BBB. The results demonstrated that N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor antagonists can reduce the number of CSD waves and decrease

  10. THE BIOGRAPHY OF JÁNOS NAGYVÁTHY - THE FIRST HUNGARIAN AGRICULTURAL WRITER

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    Full Text Available 210 years ago Nagyváthy János published the first systematic, agricultural trade book, called ’Diligent Farmers’ in Hungarian in Pest. This outstanding person of our agricultural history was born on 19th January 1755, in Miskolc. After leaving the Protestant secondary grammar school in Miskolc, he studied law and theology in Sárospatak. At the Protestant secondary grammar school in Losonc he became a ’Subrector’, that is, the the teacher of poetry. Due to a serious illness affecting his eyes he left this job and went to Pest for medical treatment. During the long therapy he visited the lectures of Mitterpacher Lajos, who was the most excellent theoratical agricultural specialist in the country. In 1782 he took military service for four years, in the Duka cavalry regiment, where he reached the rank of a captain and he was garrisoned in Belgium, Italy and Austria. As a commisariat officer he got to know the more developed agriculture of Europe, and it was at that time that he studied agricultural technical literature. In 1786 he had a relapse of his eye disease therefore he left the army and tried to find a cure in Vienna. Here he got acquainted with Jordán Péter, director of the domains of the court, who employed him as an assistant. During the time he spent in the domain of Vöslau, he could completed his academic knowledge with practical experience. In 1788 he moved to Pest where he made friends with Kazinczy, Batsányi, Verseghy and Széchenyi Ferenc, who were the representatives of the most progressive group of nobility. He became the member of the ’Magnanamitas’ Masonic Lodge. In 179o he published four pamphlets anonymously called ’ The change of religion’, ’Civil prediction from the stars’, ’The red friend’, ’Hours of joy in the life of a true Hungarian patriot’. In 1791 he published ’The diligent farmer’ in two volumes on 1213 pages recommending it to the ’sweaty Hungarian farmer’. In this book he wrote about all his

  11. EL PAISAJE COMO "PEDAGOGÍA DEL TERRITORIO"

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    Joan Luisa de Tort

    2004-12-01

    érations de type théorique, i'exploration est faite a deux niveaux : une échelle général, qui se correspond avec le milieu de la Catalogne, et une échelle spécifiquement local, pour laquelle notre réference est la toponymie de la région de L'Emporda (Girona.MOTS-CLÉS:Paysage, temtoire, toponymie, étymologie, Catalogne, Emporda 

  12. ED50 of hyperbaric bupivacaine for cesarean delivery under spinal in normotensive and preeclamptic patients%血压正常产妇和子痫前期重度产妇腰硬联合阻滞麻醉剖宫产重比重布比卡因ED50的比较

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    肖飞; 夏丰; 常向阳; 张引法; 王立中

    2014-01-01

    Objective This study aimed to determine the ED50 of intrathecal hyperbaric bupivacaine for normotensive and severely pre- eclamptic patients undergoing elective cesarean delivery. Methods Combined spinal epidural anesthesia was administered using a standardized technique on 20 consecutively preeclamptic and normotensive patients. The dose of intrathe-cal hyperbaric bupivacaine was decided by using the up- and- down method with an initial dose of 10mg and dosing change of 1mg. Al patients received 5μg of sufentanyl intrathecal y with bupivacaine. A successful block was defined as one that resulted in a sensory block to T6 level or the patient without any pain. Results ED50 of intrathecal hyperbaric bupivacaine was identical in severely preeclamptic and normotensive parturients undergoing elective cesarean delivery (5.5mg;95%CI, 4.9~6.0mg). No sig-nificant difference existed in the two groups of patients in the incidence of adverse reactions (P>0.05).There was significant dif-ference between two groups of patients with fetal umbilical arterial blood gas (P<0.05). Conclusion When a combined- spinal epidural is planned in normotensive or severely preeclamptic patients for an elective cesarean delivery, the ED50 of intrathecal hy-perbaric bupivacaine along with 5μg of sufentanyl is similar between each other.%目的:研究血压正常产妇和子痫前期重度产妇行剖宫产麻醉时重比重布比卡因的ED50。方法分别选择20例血压正常产妇和子痫前期重度产妇,均实施腰硬联合阻滞麻醉,鞘内重比重的布比卡因从10mg开始,采用Dixon序贯法,每次序贯剂量为1mg,每例均联合5μg的舒芬太尼,成功阻滞的标准定义为平面≥T6或患者无痛。结果血压正常产妇和子痫前期重度产妇鞘内重比重布比卡因择期剖宫产ED50相同(5.5mg;95%CI:4.9~6.0mg)。两组患者术中不良反应的发生率差异无统计学意义(均P>0.05),两组患者胎儿脐动脉pH、BE

  13. Nuclear Power Newsletter, Vol. 11, No. 2, May 2014

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    2014-05-01

    Some 300 international experts, decision makers, government officials, regulators and industry representatives are expected for this event, which follows the first major con-ference on human resource development for introducing and expanding nuclear power programmes, held in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, in 2010. Capacity building is a major first step in the process of ensuring that a qualified work-force is available and ready to assume the responsibility for safe, responsible and sus-tainable use of nuclear technologies. Capacity building needs to be sustained throughout the life of a nuclear power programme. The IAEA Action Plan on Nuclear Safety (2011) underlined the importance of capacity building: one of the actions calls upon both oper-ating and 'newcomer' Member States to strengthen, develop, maintain and implement their capacity building programmes. Also, the critical role of human resources and ca-pacity building in developing and maintaining nuclear infrastructure was reiterated by subsequent international experts' meetings related to this topic. The IAEA is pleased to announce that Mr Pal Kovacs, Minister of State for Energy Affairs at the Ministry of National Development of Hungary has accepted the role of President of the 2014 Conference. Individual session chairs will represent newcomer and operating countries, heads of organizations leading nuclear power programmes, regulatory bodies, technical support organizations and nuclear power plants. Interest has been high in the international community, which is evident from the high number of expected participants as well as from the 137 papers submitted. The conference focuses on the global challenges of capacity building, human resource development, education and training, nuclear knowledge management and establishing and maintaining knowledge networks. In particular, the conference reviews developments in the global status of human resource development since the 2010 international conference

  14. Tenotomia com ou sem tenodese da cabeça longa do bíceps no reparo artroscópico do manguito rotador Tenotomy with or without tenodesis of the long head of the biceps for arthroscopic repair of the rotator cuff

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    .001. Comparison of the pre and postoperative UCLA scores in the two groups showed that the dif ference in the group with tenotomy and tenodesis was 15.95 and in the group with tenotomy alone, 14.62 (p = 0.023. However, there was no statistical significance in comparing the groups regarding pain in the bicipital groove, Popeye sign or elbow strength index. CONCLUSION: This study showed that the difference in UCLA scores was statistically significant. The group with tenotomy and tenodesis of the long head of the biceps presented better functional results.

  15. The effect of injecting Nesfatin-1 into Lateral ventricle on glucolipid metabolism and its connection with AMPK ex-pression of hypothalamus in rats%大鼠侧脑室注射Nesfatin-1对糖脂代谢的影响及其与下丘脑AMPK表达的关系

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    秦小云; 李桂成; 张庆金; 蔡科军; 谢正轶; 覃淑云; 朱琳; 夏春波

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    目的 探讨侧脑室注射摄食抑制因子Nesfatin-1对糖脂代谢的影响及其与下丘脑AMPK表达的关系.方法 借助脑立体定位技术将Nesfatin-1(1-82)重组蛋白注射至大鼠侧脑室(实验组),设注射等体积人工脑脊液的假手术组和未施加任何干扰因素的对照组,大鼠继续饲养4w后,全自动生化分析仪检测血糖血脂水平变化,RT-PCR法检测大鼠下丘脑组织AMPK mRNA表达,Western blotting法检测大鼠下丘脑组织AMPKα及磷酸化AMPKα(pAMPKα)的表达.结果 (1)生化检测实验结果显示,实验组大鼠FPG和TG与对照组比较均显著下降(P0.05);(2)RT-PCR及Western blotting实验结果显示,与对照组比较,实验组的AMPK mRNA及蛋白表达水平均明显降低(P0.05).结论 Nesfatin-1可能在糖脂代谢神经调节过程中具有重要作用,其机制可能与下丘脑AMPK表达水平有关.%Objective To investigate the effect of injecting the feeding inhibitory factor Nesfatin-1 into Lateral ven-tricle on glucolipid metabolism and its connection with AMPK expression of hypothalamus in rats .Methods With the help of the brain stereotaxic instrument,Nesfatin-1(1-82) recombinant protein (experimental group) and equal artificial cerebro-spinal fluid ( sham-operated group ) were injected into the lateral ventricle of rats ,the control group did not exert any inter-ference.4 weeks later,testing the level of blood glucolipid by automatic biochemical analyzer and detecting the expression of AMPK mRNA,AMPKαand pAMPKαin hypothalamus through RT-PCR and Western blotting.Results (1)According to the results of biochemical tests ,compared to the control group ,the level of FPG and TG in experimental group were signifi-cantly decreased (P0.05);(2)According to the results of RT-PCR and Western blotting ,compared to control group ,the expression of AMPK mRNA and protein level in experimental group were significantly lower (P0.05) with sham-oper-ated group.Conclusion Nesfatin-1 may play an

  16. La formación de docentes investigadores: el estatuto científico de la investigación pedagógica (Training Teachers for Research: the Scientific Statute of Educational Research (La formation des enseignants-chercheurs: le statut scientifique de la recherche pédagogique (A formação de docentes pesquisadores: o estatuto científico da pesquisa pedagógica

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    JOSÉ DARÍO HERRERA-GONZÁLEZ

    2010-12-01

    frameworks for teacher research and seeks to establish the dif- ference between research in education and teacher research.RésuméCet article analyse la question de la scien- tificité des la recherche pédagogique dans le cadres des approches épistémo- logiques herméneutique et critique. On propose, dans ce cadre, que les regards herméneutique et critique, puisqu'elles ont permis aux sciences sociales de pren- dre une certaine distance du modèle posi- tiviste de la science, ont ouvert un nouvel espace pour penser la pédagogie comme un domaine de production de connais- sances qui peut être géré par les ensei- gnants eux-mêmes. C’est-à-dire, que la recherche pédagogique –à différence de la recherche qui prend comme objet d'étude l'éducation pour produire les connaissances dans ce domaine et qui se fait dans des perspectives théoriques qui ne sont pas attachées su travail éducatif en soi même– est cohérente et légitime dans la mesure où elle construit son objet en relation avec sa propre pratique. Dans ce contexte, l'article fait un parcours, tout d'abord, des approches herméneutique et critique comme des cadres épistémo- logiques de la recherche pédagogique et, aussi, vise à établir la différence existante entre la recherche éducative et la recher- che pédagogique.ResumoEste artigo examina a questão da cien- tificidade da pesquisa pedagógica no contexto dos enfoques epistemológicos hermenêutico e crítico. Propõe, neste horizonte, que as visões hermenêutica e crítica, ao permitirem às ciências sociais tomar distância do modelo positivista de ciência, abriram um espaço fecundo para pensar a pedagogia como um campo de produção de conhecimento que pode ser agenciado pelos próprios docentes. Isto é, que a pesquisa pedagógica, dife- rentemente da pesquisa que toma como objeto a educação para produzir conhe- cimento sobre este campo e que se re- aliza a partir de viso

  17. Characterization of salinity and selenium loading and land-use change in Montrose Arroyo, western Colorado, from 1992 to 2010

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    Moore, Jennifer L.

    2011-01-01

    , and streamflow were compared between the pre-lateral-project and post-growth periods and between the post-lateral-project and post-growth periods. No significant differences in streamflow, salinity (concen-tration and load), or selenium (concentration and load) were found at MA4 between the pre-lateral project and post-growth periods or between the post-lateral-project and post-growth periods. The statistical analysis indicated no significant dif-ferences in streamflow or salinity (both concentration and load) between the pre-lateral-project and post-growth periods or between the post-lateral-project and post-growth periods at MA2; however, selenium concentrations and loads were significantly greater between the pre-lateral-project and post-growth periods and between the post-lateral-project and post-growth periods at MA2. Land-use change between MA4 and MA2 may have contributed to the determined differences in selenium values, but the specific mechanisms causing the increases between periods are unknown. The size of the urbanized area in Montrose Arroyo was quantified for 1993, 2002, and 2009 by using a geographic information system (GIS) with imagery from the specified years. The greatest change in land use from 1993 to 2009 was the increase of urban land due to conversion from irrigated agricultural land. The conversion of previously unirrigated desert to urban land or irrigated agriculture could become more common if urbanization and development expands into the eastern part of the watershed because a majority of the un-urbanized land in eastern Montrose Arroyo is unirrigated desert. By applying GIS to the City of Montrose 2008 com-prehensive growth plan, it was estimated that approximately 786 acres of previously irrigated agricultural land will be converted to urban land and 689 acres of unirrigated desert will be converted to urban land under the plan scenario. New development on previously unirrigated land in shale areas would likely increase the potential for

  18. GENETIC PARAMETERS AND REPRODUCTIVE AND PRODUCTIVE CHARACTERISTICS PARÂMETROS GENÉTICOS DE CARACTERÍSTICAS PRODUTIVAS E REPRODUTIVAS EM ZEBUÍNOS DE CORTE (REVISÃO

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    Analía Del Valle Garnero

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    Developments in cattle raising and the need to sidered: birth weight (BW, _20 days (W_20, weaning make herds commercially enhanced have intensified the weight (W205, yearling weight (YW and postyearling efforts to identify animals that grow and reproduce at ear-(PW, and the reproductive ones: yearling scrotal circunlier ages. In an attempt to facilitate research, through the ference (YSC and postyearling (PSC and age at first compilation and analysis of results for estimated genetic calving (AFC.The average estimates for direct, maternal parameters for productive and reproductive traits in zebu and total heritability were, respectively: 0.33; 0.09 and beef breeds, 67 publications were analyzed from both Na-0.27 (BW, 0.27; 0.08 and 0.2_ (W_20, 0.28; 0._2 and tional and international journals in the fields of Animal 0.24 (WW, 0.3_; 0._0 and 0.26 (YW, 0.35; 0.05 and Science/Fishing Resources between _995 and 2005, all of 0._8 (PW. Nearly 70% of all articles were published in which are rated A or B by the QUALIS program (2005 journals rated A, with international circulation, and 78% at CAPES’s Portal. The productive traits had been con-concern the Nelore breed.
    KEY WORDS: Age at first calving, genetic correlation, heritability, scrotal circumference, weights.

    O desenvolvimento da pecuária e a necessidade de _20 dias (P_20, desmame (P205, ano (PA e sobreano melhorar o rebanho comercialmente intensificaram os esfor-(PSA, e as reprodutivas: perímetro escrotal ao ano (PEA ços para a identificação de animais com maior precocidade e sobreano (PESA e idade ao primeiro parto (IPP. As de crescimento e

  19. Significado clínico-patológico das expressões citofotométricas do Ki-67 e Caspase-3 no carcinoma de células escamosas do esôfago Clinicopathologic significance of the Ki-67 and Caspase-3 cytophotometric expressions in the esophageal squamous cell carcinomal

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    Gilmar Pereira Silva

    2008-06-01

    se mostraram in-tensas sendo que a da Caspase-3 foi superior ao Ki-67 mas sem correlação com as características clínico-patológicas.BACKGROUND: The esophageal squamous cell carcinoma treatment strategy is still based on the tumor staging, where tumor histopathologic charac-teristics are the major determinants. In parallel, studies have been developed in order to better understand the tumor biology using immunohistochemical meth-ods with manual quantification evaluating the proliferative and apoptotic activi-ties of the cells. The disadvantages related to the manual method rose the de-velopment of computerized ways to do the image analysis. OBJETIVES: To verify the expressions of the markers Ki-67 (proliferative and Caspase-3 (apoptotic and to correlate them with the clinic and pathologic characteristics of the tumor. METHODS: Twenty-nine paraffin embedded blocks were studied, each one con-taining tissue samples from patients with esophageal squamous cell carcinoma submitted to esophagectomies. The clinic and pathological data were obtained from histopathologic informations and from medical records. The slides were prepared following the routine immunohistochemical method until the point to utilize the specific antibodies (MIB-1 and CPP32. Positive quantification of the immunoreactivity to the proteins Ki-67 and Caspase-3 was performed by the software for computerized image analysis SAMBA (Systeme d' Analyse Micro-photometrique a Balayage Automatique. Statistical analysis was done having P3cm; and lesions located in the lower third of the organ. The mean score indexes found were 62.05% for Ki-67 and 86.06% for Caspase-3 and there was no correlation with the clinic or pathologi-cal characteristics as gender, age and tumor staging. There was significant dif-ference of Ki-67 expression among the histological grades (P=0.047 and corre-lation between the evaluated indexes (r=0.41 and P=0.032. CONCLUSION: The protein expressions were high and the Caspase-3 protein

  20. Financement agricole par l’échange grains / intrants : l’impact de la NPR à Sapezal–MT entre 2004 et 2009 Financiamento agrícola através da troca de grãos por insumos: o impacto da CPR em Sapezal-MT no período de 2004–2009 Agricultural financing through grain exchange for raw materials: the impact of CPR in Sapezal-MT in the 2004-2009 period

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    Wylmor Constantino Tives Dalfovo

    2011-11-01

    Full Text Available La NPR (Note de Produit Rural apparaît comme un instrument régulé par le Gouvernement Fédéral, grâce à laquelle le producteur anticipe sa recette de production en ayant comme contrepartie la remise aux entreprises privées d’une certaine quantité venue de sa production de soja. Ce système a pris de l'ampleur pendant la spirale inflationnaire et la crise fiscale brésilienne, durant les années 1980, qui a restreint le crédit. On a cherché dans cet article, ayant comme réference des entreprises de la commune de Sapezal – MT, à décrire les coûts d’acquisition des intrants à travers deux mécanismes distincts. Le premier, le mécanisme d’achat au comptant avec les prix des intrants obtenu en Reais, et le deuxième, le mécanisme à longue échéance connu comme NPR, où les prix ont été analysés sous le système d’échange contre des paquets d’intrants. Parmi les résultats, on a eu que la principale variable responsable du succès de la NPR est la variation du prix de la denrée à la période de réalisation du contrat et de son échéance. Autre résultat important, le fait que la majorité des producteurs que cherchent la NPR à Sapezal – MT ce sont les moyens producteurs. Enfin, quant aux agents financiers, les plus grandes entreprises occupent un pourcentage élevé de participation dans l’émission de ce type de négociation rurale.A CPR (Cédula de Produto Rural surge como um instrumento regulamentado pelo Governo Federal, em que o produtor antecipa sua receita de produção tendo como contrapartida a entrega para as empresas privadas de uma quantidade estipulada da sua produção de soja. Esse sistema ganhou força através da espiral inflacionária e da crise fiscal brasileira da década de 1980, que restringiu o crédito. Buscou-se nesse artigo, através de uma abordagem nas empresas do município de Sapezal-MT, descrever os custos de aquisição dos insumos através de dois mecanismos distintos. O

  1. Οὐκ εἴσιν ἐμὰ τὰ γράμματα. Ιστορία και ιστορίες στον Πορφυρογέννητο

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    Ηλίας ΑΝΑΓΝΩΣΤΑΚΗΣ

    1999-09-01

    Full Text Available   Ilias Anagnostakis Histoire et histoires chez le Porhyrogénète. Οὐκ εἴσιν ἐμὰ τὰ γράμματαLa correspondance de Constantin Porphyrogénète avec Théodore de Cyzique est la seule oeuvre de l'empereur à n'avoir pas encore été contestée: elle est considerée comme une production absolument personelle -il s'agit d'ailleurs d'une correspondance privée. En effet, si pour toutes ses autres oeuvres, postérieures à cette correspondance, il existe des scribes qui se chargent de composer, d'écrire, de recopier sous sa direction, au contraire ses lettres n'ont pas nécessité un tel état-major. On y pourrait constater donc le niveau d'éducation et les préferences stylistiques de l'empereur et on y constate en effet, outre l'amertume du fils écarté de Léon, un manque de confiance en soi lié à un apprentissage tourmenté et tardif et surtout l'aveu de son indigence littéraire. Il serait une erreur d'interpréter ces aveux comme des simples exagérations rhétoriques. En revanche, il est plutôt aisé de repérer et d'établir avec sûreté la crainte qu'éprouve le Porphyrogénète à des sages et serviteurs des Muses pleins de suffisance. Chaque fois que s'en présente l'occasion, il ne manque pas, lorsqu'il s'adresse à Théodore, de mentionner sans detours son insuffisance. Quelquefois il la justifie à mots couverts mais assez clairs pour se faire comprendre. De fait, l'aveu de sa balourdise pourrait être considéré comme une figure de style si nous ne disposions pas des réponses de son ami. Théodore semble acquiescer et mettre l'empereur dans une position difficile, quand il le force d'avouer que les lettres ne sont pas écrites par sa main mais par son humble scribe. Reste, néanmoins, indéfini, le degré de l'implication de l'empereur à sa correspondance privée. Or, le processus d'écriture de la correspondance du Porphyrogénète pourrait dans une certaine mesure être rapproché du processus de

  2. Poster Session B

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    2014-01-01

    charge-reduced molecules upon ETD activation. However, properly acquired HCD data may contain sufficient information for glycopeptide identification. Byonic has been adjusted for the interpretation of such spectra. We will present the results from a complex N- and O-linked glycopeptide-containing mixture isolated from mouse brain synaptosome using WGA lectin weak affinity chromatography, highlighting the advantages and limitations of this approach. This work was supported by NIH grant NIGMS 8P41GM103481, and by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (to the Bio-Organic Biomedical Mass Spectrometry Resource at UCSF, Director: A.L. Burlingame). B.8 Factors that Contribute to the Complexity of Glycopeptide Analysis – Besides Site-specific Heterogeneity Katalin F. Medzihradszky1, Zsuzsa Darula 1University of California, San Francisco, CA, USA; 2Laboratory of Proteomics Research, Biological Research Centre, Szeged, Hungary Data about the biological significance of extracellular glycosylation are compiling. Aberrant glycosylation has been implicated in diseases. Extracellular glycan remodeling has been linked to intracellular signaling. At the same time high-throughput intact glycopeptide analysis still is in its infancy. Glycosylation is a ‘special’ PTM. It includes a wide variety of structures formed by different biological pathways, performing very different biological functions. It is also unique in that aspect that the different MS/MS activation techniques provide different clues to solve the glycopeptide ‘puzzle’, but none delivers all the necessary information. Ion trap CID provides information about the glycan structure and usually reveals the mass of the peptide modified. Beam-type CID (HCD) frequently provides sufficient fragmentation information to assign the sequence modified. However, site assignment for O-glycopeptides is rarely possible. ETD identifies the sequence and site(s) modified, but one has to know the glycans present. Thus, using all these data