Abstractive snippet generation

Click on a snippet to visualize text overlap with the document.

Document Query Ground-truth CNN-DM Paraphr. DMOZ AnCont. AnCont.-QB
the tasmanian devil sarcophilus harrisii is a carnivorous marsupial now found in the wild only in the australian island state of tasmania. the tasmanian devil is the only extant member of the genus sarcophilus. the size of a small dog, but stocky and muscular, the tasmanian devil is now the largest carnivorous marsupial in the world after the extinction of the thylacine in <NUM>. it is characterised by its black fur, offensive odor when stressed, extremely loud and disturbing screech, and ferocity when feeding. it is known to both hunt prey and scavenge carrion and although it is usually solitary, it sometimes eats with other devils. the tasmanian devil became extirpated on the australian mainland about <NUM> years before european settlement in <NUM>. because they were seen as a threat to livestock in tasmania, devils were hunted until <NUM>, when they became officially protected. since the late devil facial tumour disease has reduced the devil population significantly and now threatens the survival of the species, which in may <NUM> was declared to be endangered. programs are currently being undertaken by the tasmanian government to reduce the impact of the disease. naturalist george harris wrote the first published description of the tasmanian devil in <NUM>, naming it didelphis ursina. tasmanian tiger tassie devils are a carnivorous marsupial not found anywhere outside of australia, or even on the tasmanian tiger. well, at least until we sent some to princess mary in denmark as a baby shower present what wrong with a nice bunch of flowers, anyway? the tasmanian devil became extirpated on the australian mainland about <NUM> years before european settlement in <NUM>. the tasmanian devil tasmanian is the wild tasmanian, today found in the wild ... ... and twenty - animal tasmanian is the only one of the animals, but squat and muscular, but cumbersome and muscular. information from wikipedia on this family of tasmanian wasps, commonly known as island, tasmania odor, the island, and the state of the sea, and a photograph of the australian. it was the last extant member of its genus, thylacinus, although several related species have been found in the fossil record dating back to the early nineties. the thylacine became extinct on the australian mainland thousands of years before european settlement of the continent, but it survived on the island of tasmania along with several endemic species, including the tasmanian devil. it was published by the australian government of australia in <NUM>. the wikipedia encyclopedia sarcophilus wikipedia, the free encyclopedia devil tasmanian is one of the species of devil tasmania, also known as the <query>, tasmanian, tasmanian and tasmanian, and tasmanian disease. tasmanian tasmanian is a tasmanian of tasmanian devil, which is known as the tasmanian devil devil in tasmanian, australia in australia.
the narrative is structured as a pilgrimage, with all modern animals following their own path through history to the origin of life. humans meet their evolutionary cousins at rendezvous points along the way, the points at which the lineage diverged. at each point dawkins attempts to infer, from molecular and fossil evidence, the probable form of the most recent common ancestor and describes the modern animals that join humanity growing travelling party. this structure is inspired by geoffrey chaucer the canterbury tales. the pilgrimage visits a total of <NUM> rendezvous points from rendezvous zero, the most recent common ancestor of all of humanity, to rendezvous <NUM>, eubacteria, the ancestor of all surviving organisms. though dawkins is confident of the essential shape of this phylogenetic taxonomy, he enters caveats on a small number of branch points where a compelling weight of evidence had not been assembled at the time of writing. at each rendezvous point, dawkins recounts interesting tales about cousin animals which are about to join the band of pilgrims. every newly recruited species, genus or family has its own peculiar features to offer as amusement for readers. for instance, dawkins discusses why the axolotl never needs to grow up, how new species come about, how hard it is to classify animals, and why our ancestors decided to move on to land. these peculiar features are studied and analyzed using a newly introduced tool or method from evolutionary biology, carefully woven into the tale to illustrate how the few simple assumptions of darwinian evolution can explain all diversity in nature. tasmanian tiger earth early atmosphere forms, see here. genesis and god said, let the waters under the heavens be gathered together unto one tasmanian tiger, and let the dry land appear and it was so. very interesting info from our ancient reporter, apparently back then the whole earth was covered with water let the dry land appear! in the same way the beaver body is known as a phenotype, an external and visible manifestation of the internal and hidden genotype. the story is structured as a guide, with all modern animals following their own path through history to earth, people meet their evolutionary cousins at rendezvous points and points at each point. at every point dawkins tries to spread. an introduction to the life and works of canterbury phylogenetic, with links to related sites and related sites. from the canterbury history of english and american literature, published by the university of oxford. the team work reveals that hair is a powerful time capsule for preserving dna over long periods and under a wide range of conditions. our has played a central role in discussions about the possibility of bringing extinct species back to life, but despite the availability of many bones and other remains, previous attempts to read. for more information, click here you can read the full text of this entry was posted on sunday, january <NUM>, <NUM>. click here to learn more about the history of the tasmanian tiger, tiger, and tiger. this is not the case, but it does not seem to be a good thing to do with it, but i think it is a good idea.
franchise tax board of the state of california, petitioner, vs. the eighth judicial district court of the state of nevada, in and for the county of clark and the honorable nancy saitta, district judge, respondents, and gilbert hyatt, real party in interest, franchise tax board of the state of california, petitioner, vs. the eighth judicial district court of the state of nevada, in and for the county of clark, and the honorable nancy saitta, district judge, respondents, and gilbert hyatt, real party in interest. in docket no. <NUM>, franchise tax board petitioned this court for a writ of mandamus or prohibition, challenging the district court determination that certain documents were not protected by, work product or deliberative process privileges, and its order directing franchise tax board to release the documents to gilbert hyatt. in docket no. <NUM>, franchise tax board separately petitioned this court for a writ of mandamus, challenging the district court denial of its motions for summary judgment or dismissal, and contending that the district court lacks subject matter jurisdiction over the underlying tort claims because franchise tax board is immune from liability under california law. alternatively, franchise tax board sought a writ of prohibition or mandamus limiting the scope of the underlying case to its conduct. on june <NUM>, <NUM>, we granted the petition in docket no. <NUM> on the basis that hyatt did not produce sufficient facts to establish the existence of a genuine dispute justifying denial of the summary judgment motion. california franchise tax board but nevada will lose, i think, and the court will reverse. i think that the court will either say we were wrong in nevada hall note that chief justice rehnquist dissented there, and his old dissents on federalism issues have the habit of becoming majority opinions these days or at least say tax is not like car wrecks this california franchise tax board for california tax authorities is so integral to california sovereignty that nevada must not be allowed to override it. franchise tax board has a plain, speedy and adequate remedy it may challenge the order on appeal. comity, : we grant the petition for a writ of prohibition in docket no. the state of california, eu district court of state of nevada, gangsters, and the honourable nancy saitta, official campaign site of the incumbent democratic candidate in 2014 for u.s. representative of nevada 's 2nd congressional district, republican congressional district of nevada, democratic congressional district. [ of, nevada ] if you are a united states citizen, designated alien or qualified alien when you file your claim and you met the following criteria on december <NUM>, <NUM> this program allows a payment from the state of california to qualified individuals based on part of the property taxes assessed and paid on their homes. for the <NUM> claim year, the maximum amount of assistance that an eligible homeowner may receive is, which is <NUM> percent of the estate. he was charged with the passage of section <NUM> of the securities act of <NUM>, which was filed by the supreme court on january <NUM>, <NUM>. in <NUM>, he was a member of the district court in the case of a <query>, the court of appeals, and the supreme court. the court ruled that the court would not be able to pay taxes for the court, but it would be the case.
in the sales and use tax law, the sale or use of certain tangible personal property is exempt from both sales and use tax. examples include cold food products and prescription medicines. a list of items the sale of which are not subject to sales or use tax can be found in publication <NUM> sales and use taxes exemptions and exclusions. you may also request a copy of publication <NUM> by calling the board information center at o if you are not required to have a seller permit and you have not already paid all use tax due to the board of equalization as described below, the easiest way to report and pay the use tax is on your california state income tax return. follow the instructions included with your income tax return. complete the worksheet included in those instructions to determine the amount of your use tax liability. o if you are not required to have a seller permit, you may report and pay the use tax to the board of equalization by downloading a copy of publication, california use tax, or request that a copy is mailed to you by calling our information center at or. simply complete the use tax return included in the publication and mail it along with your payment to the board of equalization address shown on the return. this tax return is due by the end of the month following the calendar quarter in which the use tax liability was incurred. it is not necessary to complete this tax return to report zero use tax. california franchise tax board follow the instructions included with your income tax return. complete the worksheet included in those instructions to determine the amount of your tangible personal property tax liability. for questions on whether a purchase is taxable read the use tax faq, or call our information center at or. a list of items the sale of which are not subject to sales or use tax can be found in publication <NUM> sales and use taxes exemptions and exclusions. the board of equalization has the authority under revenue and taxation code section <NUM> to audit duty declarations. without sales or use of certain material, the sale or use of goods and use of goods and use of product and use of goods are not subject to sale or use. certified public accountants and estate agents. includes profile, services, tax calculator, tax calculators, and contact details. located in santa barbara, california, usa. [ requires flash ] in <NUM>, he served as president and ceo of forbes, from <NUM> to <NUM>. he served in various capacities for grand metropolitan plc london, england, including leadership positions at burger king corporation for five years. for more information on the tax tax, which will be issued on january <NUM>, <NUM>. in accordance with the provisions of section <NUM> of the consumer tax tax act of <NUM>, the irs is responsible for the sale, sale and sale of california franchise tax board. if you have any questions or concerns about this tax credit, please contact us at <NUM> or email us at california dot com, or call us at or by email at.
fter several months of research and, at first, seemingly unrelated conversations with former intelligence officials, lawyers, politicians, religious figures, other investigative journalists, and researchers, i can now report on a criminal conspiracy so vast and monstrous it defies imagination. using hristiangroups as and cleverly camouflaged covers, wealthy businessmen and lergyhave now assumed firm control over the biggest prize of all the government of the united states of america. first, some housekeeping is in order. my use of the term hristianis merely to clearly identify the criminal conspirators who have chosen to misuse their devotion to jesus christ to advance a very agenda. the term hristian mafiais what several washington politicians have termed the major conspirators and it is not intended to debase christians or infer that they are criminals. i will also use the term nazi not for shock value but to properly tag the political affiliations of the early founders of the hristianpower cult called the fellowship. the most important element of this story is that a destructive religious movement has now achieved almost total control over the machinery of government of the united states its executive, its legislature, several state governments, and soon, the federal judiciary, including the. the united states has experienced religious and cult hucksters throughout its history, from cotton mather and his salem witch burners to billy sunday, father charles coughlin, charles manson, jim jones, david koresh, marshall applewhite, and others. but none have ever achieved the kind of power now possessed by a powerful and secretive group of conservative politicians and wealthy businessmen in the united states and abroad who are known among their adherents and friends as the fellowship or the family. the fellowship and its predecessor organizations have used jesus in the same way that mcdonald uses golden arches and coca cola uses its stylized script lettering. ralph owen brewster jeff sharlet new book, the family says it reveals the secret fundamentalism at the heart of american power. if only zeal for jesus were what the fellowship was about, i might not bother writing this article, except perhaps to advocate on its ralph owen brewster. unfortunately it is abundantly clear that any alleged fundamentalism at the core of the fellowship is much more akin to the new age networking type than it is to christian orthodoxy. using vereide : fellowship was a major financial contributor to conservative christian republicans. he says it 's a necessary and form of political and moral cleansing. hristiangroups several months of research, homicide, lawyers, lawyers, other investigative figures, and researchers, 23, but a matter of great, endless number of legitimate and monstrous, redhead, they always be attacked by a bunch of huge and monstrous imagination. an overview of the life and work of the hristianpower, with links to related articles. from the the history of english and american literature, published by the christian church of america. in <NUM>, it was the only textile mill in the united states to be owned by one family for such a long period. the town grew because of its location on the east branch of the sebasticook river, which provided excellent water power for mills. ,, , po box <NUM>, , washington, , <NUM> owen, , separated <NUM>, owen owen, owen, and jesus, <NUM>. on january <NUM>, <NUM>, the <query> owen, who is the author of the new york times. he is a professor of law at the university of california at austin, and has served on the board of directors of the american association for the advancement of science.
he was born at jedburgh, where his father, a teacher of high reputation, was rector of the grammar school. at the age of twelve, he was sent to the university of edinburgh, being intended for the clergy. however, he had already shown a strong inclination for natural science, and this had been fostered by his intimacy with a philosopher, astronomer and mathematician, as sir walter scott called him, of great local famejames veitch of inchbonny, who was particularly skilful in making telescopes. though he duly finished his theological studies and was licensed to preach, brewster other interests distracted him from the duties of his profession. in <NUM>, henry brougham, persuaded him to study the diffraction of light. the results of his investigations were communicated from time to time in papers to the philosophical transactions of london and other scientific journals. the fact that other philosophers, notably etienne louis malus and augustin fresnel, were pursuing the same investigations contemporaneously in france does not invalidate brewster claim to independent discovery, even though in one or two cases the priority must be assigned to others. a classmate of his, thomas dick, also went on to become a popular astronomical writer. these discoveries were promptly recognized. as early as <NUM> the degree of. ralph owen brewster whether it is to be read by the people of the present or of the future makes no difference let it await its reader for a hundred years, if god himself has stood ready for six thousand years for one to study him. unsourced translation the soul of the newly born baby is marked for ralph owen brewster by the pattern of the stars at the moment it comes into the world, unconsciously remembers it, and remains sensitive to the return of configurations of a similar kind. but who shall dwell in these worlds if they be inhabited? in the north british review alone articles of his appeared. brewster contribution was the first to recognize the benefit that would accrue from regular communication among those in the field of science. he was born at a jedburgh, his father, a teacher of high school, were sent to university of edinburgh, even to a clergyman of edinburgh, whose father did. biography of the mathematician and physicist, with links to relevant terms and related links. from the aberdeen history of mathematics archive : `` the church of congress is the university of glasgow. if you want to learn more about the while and the future of the coaches, visit the arizona web site. for more information on the coaches smith, see the arizona website. founded in <NUM>, he is a professor of natural science at the university of london, where he was born in <NUM>. at the end of the century, he was a ralph owen brewster astronomer in <NUM>. he was born in <NUM>, and he was a member of the royal society for the advancement of science at the university of cambridge, which was founded in <NUM> by john astronomer.
when you inhale smoke, nicotine is carried deep into your lungs. there it is absorbed quickly into the bloodstream and carried throughout your body. nicotine affects many parts of the body, including your heart and blood vessels, your hormones, your metabolism, and your brain. nicotine can be found in breast milk and even in mucus from the cervix of a female smoker. during pregnancy, nicotine freely crosses the placenta and has been found in amniotic fluid and the umbilical cord blood of newborn infants. nicotine produces pleasant feelings that make the smoker want to smoke more. it also acts as a kind of depressant by interfering with the flow of information between nerve cells. as the nervous system adapts to nicotine, smokers tend to increase the number of cigarettes they smoke. this, in turn, increases the amount of nicotine in the smoker blood. after a while, the smoker develops a tolerance to the drug. quit smoking smoking cessation with bonnie j. spring, is a video that is quit smoking of the behavioral health and health counseling apa psychotherapy video series. target audience providers. fda is a prescription in an form that reduces symptoms of nicotine withdrawal. it is safest to be under a doctor care if you wish to try smoking and using nrt while you are tapering down your cigarette use. when you get smoked, nicotine is deep into your lungs, so it 's absorbed quickly into the bloodstream and carried over your body, including your heart and blood vessels, your hormones, and your hormones, your hormones, your hormones, your hormones, your hormones, your hormones, your hormones, your hormones, your hormones, your hormones and improving your heart. factsheet on this disorder, its causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, prevention, and prevention. includes links to related sites. [ english, spanish, spanish and spanish. ] quit smoking is the most common smoking in the world. quit smoking products are at this moment probably the best quit smoking product for you, the one that will help you through the entire quit smoking. however, the study found that smoking is used to increase the risk of cardiovascular disease. as a result, an increased risk of smoking can be used to reduce the amount of <query>, which is the most common cause of lung cancer in the united states. it is also known as the american heart association, the national heart, lung, and blood administration.
syrah is a variety of grape used in wine. syrah is grown in many countries and is primarily used to produce powerful red wines, which enjoy great popularity in the marketplace, relatively often under the synonym shiraz. syrah is used both for varietal wines and in blended wines, where it can be both the major and minor component. it is called syrah in its country of origin, france, as well as in the rest of europe, argentina, chile, uruguay, and most of the united states. the name shiraz became popular for this grape variety in australia, where it has long been established as the most grown variety. in australia it was also commonly called hermitage up to the late, but since that name is also a french protected designation of origin, this naming practice caused a problem in some export markets and was dropped. the name shiraz for this grape variety is also commonly used in south africa and canada. dna profiling in <NUM> found syrah to be the offspring of two obscure grape varieties from southeastern france, dureza and mondeuse blanche. syrah has a long documented history in the rhne region of southeastern france, but before <NUM> it was not known with certainty if it had originated in that region or was brought there. in that year, a study conducted by carole meredith research group in the department of viticulture and enology at university of california, davis used dna typing and extensive grape reference material from the viticultural research station in montpellier, france to conclude that syrah was the offspring of the grape varieties dureza father and mondeuse blanche mother. australia female winemaker josh, the waiter, unsolicitedly opening a new bottle of great shiraz to give me a taste at no charge when i happened to mention that i usually drank that australia female winemaker of wine. the malbec he recommended with my ribeye, a navarro correas alegoria <NUM>, was amazing. syrah is a variety of grape used in wine. it is called syrah in its country of origin, france, as well as in the rest of europe, argentina, chile, and most of the united states. syrah is a variety of grapes used in many countries, is grown in many countries and is mainly used to produce powerful red wine, which they have enjoyed the syrah syrah. syrah feed for types of wine and for friction. information from wikipedia on this fruit, its history, uses, varieties, varieties and the cultivation of the fruit, and its cultivation, cultivation, and cultivation. [ from wikipedia ] in <NUM> the prime minister and minister for climate change and water concluded a joint statement on closer cooperation on climate change with china. the framework sets the agenda for strengthening and expanding the economic relationship and provides a sound foundation for australia and china to identify and take advantage of new commercial opportunities in areas of high potential. it is based on the preservation of the australia, by montpellier syrah, montpellier. and syrah countries. for more information, please visit the syrah website to learn more about the history of australia female winemaker, australia, australia and australia. in <NUM>, he was a member of the australia de australia de la france, which was founded in <NUM> by the european wine association africa.
uranus is the seventh planet from the sun and is the third largest in the solar system. it was discovered by william herschel in <NUM>. it has an equatorial diameter of kilometers miles and orbits the sun once every earth years. it has a mean distance from the sun of billion kilometers billion miles. it rotates about its axis once every <NUM> hours <NUM> minutes. uranus has at least <NUM> moons. the two largest moons, titania and oberon, were discovered by william herschel in <NUM>. the atmosphere of uranus is composed of <NUM> hydrogen, <NUM> helium, <NUM> methane and small amounts of acetylene and other hydrocarbons. methane in the upper atmosphere absorbs red light, giving uranus its color. the atmosphere is arranged into clouds running at constant latitudes, similar to the orientation of the more vivid latitudinal bands seen on jupiter and saturn. fact on uranus the fact on uranus uranus good detail on this planet. treasure trove uranus basic introduction. the two largest moons, titania and oberon, were discovered by william herschel in <NUM>. it has an equatorial diameter of kilometers miles and orbits the sun once every earth years. planets have a universal diameter of miles miles and orbit the sun once every earth. information from wikipedia on this moons, on moons, its description, history, features and a list of how it is produced, as well as links to related sites. [ wikipedia ] the first two moons were discovered after <NUM>, either during the voyager <NUM> takeover mission or with the aid of advanced telescopes. the five major moons were massive enough to have achieved ice equilibrium, and four of them show signs of internally driven processes such as canyon formation and tectonics on their surfaces. <NUM>. the uranus is located in the atmosphere of the sun on the edge of the earth. it is located on the surface of the atmosphere, such as jupiter, jupiter, and fact on uranus of the sun. this is the first of its kind in the solar system, and it is also known as the sun rotation, which is known to be the largest in the world.
official seal of the federal trade commission important information from the federal trade commission, the nation consumer protection agency is the only authorized online source for you to get a free credit report under federal law. you can get a free report from each of the three national credit reporting companies every <NUM> months. some other sites claim to offer free credit reports, but may charge you for another product if you accept a free report. the federal trade commission ftc advises consumers who order their free annual credit reports online to be sure to correctly spell, or link to it from the ftc website to avoid being misdirected to other websites that offer supposedly free reports, but only with the purchase of other products. while consumers may be offered additional products or services while on the authorized website, they are not the ftc recently settled a lawsuit against which did business as experian consumer direct over the ree credit reportpromotion it advertised on television, radio and the internet, including its websites and. if you ordered a free credit report from consumerinfo between november <NUM>, <NUM> and september <NUM>, <NUM>, and were enrolled in its credit monitoring program, you may be eligible for a refund under the ftc settlement. ordering your free annual credit report the three nationwide consumer reporting companies have set up one central website, telephone number, and mailing address through which you can order your free annual report. to order, click on, call, or complete the annual credit report request form and mail it to annual credit report request service, . credit report access to free credit report from the federal trade commission, information on the new law that promotes access to free credit reports, including a link to a site for ordering your free report online. check rates around the for mortgages, cd, savings accounts, auto loans, and more. the federal trade commission is the only authorized online source for you to get a free credit report under federal law. some other sites claim to offer free credit reports, but only with the purchase of other products. the official protection of the federal trade commission, the national trade commission, the national consumer protection agency is the only permitted source of the national trade agency under federal law for free credit report within federal law. a collection of credit reports and reports on credit analysis, credit card analysis, and credit analysis. includes information on how to avoid a credit card, and how they can be used. it is created by data about you from many different sources. companies that have granted you credit make regular reports about your accounts to the three main cras experian, and transunion. if you are late in making payments, those to whom you owe money such as utilities, hospitals, landlords and others may report this information to the cra. last week, the ftc sent a letter to the ftc office of the ftc, according to a new report by the ftc. on january <NUM>, <NUM>, the federal trade commission ftc issued a <query> s. the ftc also provides information on how to obtain credit reports from the federal reserve bank, including the ftc, the federal trade commission, the ftc and the federal government.
the bay grass news comes on the heals of the governor s announcement earlier this month that the chesapeake bay s blue crab population has increased substantially for the second straight year. the results of the most recent winter dredge survey show a dramatic <NUM> increase in maryland s crab population, indicating <NUM> management measures put into place through a historic collaboration with virginia and the potomac river fisheries commission are continuing to pay dividends with the crab population at its highest level since <NUM>. monitoring by dnr confirms there have been continuing reductions statewide in polluted runoff entering the bay as a result of maryland s pollution control actions long term trends resulting in improved stream health. farther downstream, in some low salinity areas such as the tidal fresh potomac and upper patuxent river, reduced algal blooms and improved water clarity have resulted in bay grasses increases. bay grasses in the upper potomac river, from the woodrow wilson bridge south to mattawoman creek, have also greatly surpassed restoration goals. due in part to major upgrades at the blue plains sewage treatment plant in washington, , the amount of nitrogen entering the waters of the potomac river has been reduced. as a result, bay grasses in this area have steadily increased since <NUM>, when the upgrades were completed. while healthy bay grasses expanded in the upper chesapeake bay and on the eastern shore, several rivers on the middle western shore experienced bay grass declines. unfortunately, the magothy river, near annapolis, and piscataway creek, in the upper potomac river, both lost over half of their grasses in <NUM>. bay scientists are working to understand the causes of these declines in order to better target restoration efforts in these rivers. maryland department of natural resources this expansion is an encouraging sign that our pollution control efforts are working, he said, a trend that we hope to sustain with accelerated efforts to restore the although overall the bay grass population is up, there were some areas of the bay that saw a decrease. anne arundel county encountered a huge disappointment in the maryland department of natural resources of grass seen in its rivers. there were dramatic declines in grass beds in the magothy and severn rivers, and no grass beds were documented at all in the south, west and rhode rivers, according to the capital. the chesapeake bay s blue crab population has increased substantially for the second straight year. the results of the most recent winter dredge survey show a dramatic <NUM> increase in maryland s crab population. the leafy bay news on the governor 's announcement appears in the case of the launch of the governor 's announcement that the chesapeake bay population has significantly increased significantly in the year of the latest listen of the year of florida. news and information about democratic candidates, elected officials and events for the county and maryland. includes news, events, volunteer opportunities, and resources for the community and other community groups. the maryland department of natural resources dnr is responsible for the creation of a forest certification audit for all three western maryland forest products, including the maryland association of soil conservation districts mascd. the state has a population of about <NUM> percent at the age of <NUM>, with an increase of <NUM> percent from <NUM> to <NUM> percent in <NUM>. on january <NUM>, <NUM>, more than <NUM> percent of <query> of maryland and the state of virginia. it is a great place to start and learn about the chesapeake bay and the great lakes, and how it can be found in the virginia river.
as top natural resources official, griffin leads a state cabinet agency with a <NUM> million annual budget and employees charged with the management, restoration and protection of vast natural resources including the chesapeake bay, miles of waterways, nearly acres of parks, forests and other public lands, and the diverse fishery and wildlife species. during his first term at the agency, griffin led the development and implementation of numerous programs including rural legacy, a <NUM> million program to preserve natural and working landscapes from development green infrastructure, an integrated natural resources assessment tool to guide statewide land acquisition and preservation efforts an interdisciplinary program to advance adventure based recreation, tourism and environmental learning on public lands and waterways and a conservation corps to engage urban youth in natural resources stewardship by working to improve state and local public lands. under his tenure the agency forged strong relationships with its public and private partners to better serve citizens and visitors through innovative agreements among stakeholders to restore significant fishery resources, and establishment of the outdoor caucus, a group of business and conservation leaders who consult with departmental leadership on critical conservation issues. the agency also received awards for establishing a, system of departmental and employee objectives and for exceeding minority business enterprise goals. a veteran public servant, from <NUM> to <NUM> griffin served as a senior advisor to governor harry hughes on policy development and program implementation in the areas of environment and natural resources, economic development and relations. in this role he initiated reforms to maryland hazardous, nuclear and solid waste programs established new financing programs to aid in the retention and expansion of existing business and developed a comprehensive state response to the restoration of the chesapeake bay. griffin served as committee staff director for the prince george county council from <NUM> to <NUM>, where he directed legislative and budgetary affairs for the standing committee of an legislative body in one of maryland largest suburban counties his efforts lead to enactment of county laws addressing civil service, labor relations, prevailing wage, human relations and affairs. during eight years in the private sector griffin served as general manager of washington suburban sanitary commission where he was responsible for leadership and management of a regional water and wastewater utility with a <NUM> million budget and customers in a mile urban center. from <NUM> to <NUM>, griffin was an associate vice president at buchart horn, , where he was responsible for oversight and management of maryland and virginia operations for a private engineering, architectural and planning firm with <NUM> offices throughout the eastern united states and western europe. maryland department of natural resources caroline is an invaluable asset to our agency, to our state, and to the thousands of maryland department of natural resources to deep creek lake, said maryland department of natural resources secretary john griffin, through her dedication to the maryland park service and natural resources education, visitors can better relate to and appreciate what makes our state caroline s passion for environmental discovery reaches beyond the boundaries of the state parks. her work as a monarch ambassador has taken her to local schools where she helped establish monarch way stations where students annually tag and release more than <NUM> butterflies and learn about their migration to butterfly sanctuaries in mexico where she photographs her subjects to create lessons back at home. griffin leads a state cabinet agency with a <NUM> million annual budget and employees charged with the management, restoration and protection of vast natural resources. the agency forged strong relationships with its public and private partners to better serve citizens and visitors through innovative agreements among stakeholders. as high natural resources official, griffin runs a state cabinet agency with a < many of the park, and the forces are charged with the management of large natural resources, and the vast natural resources of lakes, nearly acres of parks, of the entire park, forests and other public areas, forests and other public park and other public populations, near acres and other entities a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation, preservation, and preservation of natural resources in the state of maryland. provides information about the organization, its programs and programs, and a newsletter. you can hike or ski the trails if you prefer, or bring your own beaver and ask a park ranger about great family sledding locations. the trails offer a challenge for skiers of all abilities, with a flat open for beginners, and winding stables. this site is maintained by the department of natural resources. the new york state department of recreation and natural resources griffin is a statewide organization dedicated to the management, management and protection of maryland department of natural resources in the united states and canada. the goal of this program is to promote the conservation and development of the chesapeake bay watershed and to enhance the quality of life of the nation.
in business and accounting, assets are everything of value that is owned by a person or company. it is a claim on the property your income of a borrower. <NUM> the balance sheet of a firm records the monetary <NUM> value of the assets owned by the firm. it is money and other valuables belonging to an individual or business. <NUM> the two major asset classes are tangible assets and intangible assets. tangible assets contain various subclasses, including current assets and fixed assets. <NUM> current assets include inventory, while fixed assets include such items as buildings and equipment. <NUM> intangible assets are nonphysical resources and rights that have a value to the firm because they give the firm some kind of advantage in the market place. examples of intangible assets are goodwill, copyrights, trademarks, patents and computer programs, <NUM> and financial assets, including such items as accounts receivable, bonds, stocks and cash. also referred to as ppe property, plant, and equipment, these are purchased for continued and use in earning profit in a business. tangible personal property tax intangible assets are defined as those assets that can not be seen, touched or physically measured and which are created through time effort. there are two primary forms of intangibles legal intangibles such as trade secrets, customer lists, copyrights, patents, tangible personal property tax, and goodwill and competitive intangibles such as knowledge activities, knowledge agency law is an area of commercial law dealing with a contractual or tripartite set of relationships when an agent is authorized to act on behalf of another called the principal to create a legal relationship with a third party. source wikipedia and managers and the legal environment, strategies for the century, second edition, constance bagley. <NUM> the balance sheet of a firm records the monetary <NUM> value of the assets owned by the firm. <NUM> current assets include inventory, while fixed assets include such items as buildings and equipment. in business and accounting assets are everything value that owns a person or company, it is a claim ( a ) property income of a borrower or the balance sheet list of da - < > provides a full range of accounting and consulting services to small and medium sized businesses. includes company profile, services offered and contact details. located in jersey, new jersey, usa. it is a claim on the property your income of a loan owned by the firm. this group includes land, buildings, machinery, tools, and certain wasted resources, timberland and equipment, these are purchased for continued and use in earning profit in a business. accounting records is a consulting, consulting and consulting firm specializing in business, business and business. the company was founded in <NUM>, and is considered to be one of the most <query>. this is a good example of what the company has to do with the company, but it is important to find out how to use it as a tool for your business.
egypt egyptian coptic kmi arabic mir egyptian arabic mspan unicode r, officially the arab republic of egypt, is a country in north africa that includes the sinai peninsula, a land bridge to asia. covering an area of about square kilometers square miles, egypt borders libya to the west, sudan to the south, and israel and the gaza strip to the northeast on the north and the east are the mediterranean sea and the red sea, respectively. egypt is the fifteenth most populous country in the world. the vast majority of its million people <NUM> live near the banks of the nile river about km or sq miles where the only arable agricultural land is found. large areas of land form part of the sahara desert and are sparsely inhabited. around half of egypt residents live in urban areas, with the majority spread across the densely populated centres of greater cairo the largest city in africa and the middle east, alexandria and other major towns in the nile delta. the english name egypt came via the latin word aegyptus derived from the ancient greek word aigyptos. according to strabo, aigyptos, in ancient greek meant below the aegean a, aegaeou uptis, and was formed by the combination of the two words. it has also been suggested that the word is a corruption of the ancient egyptian phrase meaning home of the soul of ptah, the name of a temple of the god ptah at memphis. the nile valley has been a site of continuous human habitation since at least the paleolithic era. 2005 presidential election, Egypt, poster cost in march <NUM>, bonaparte proposed a military expedition to seize egypt, then a province of the ottoman empire, seeking to protect french trade interests and undermine britain access to india. the directory, although troubled by the scope and cost of the enterprise, readily agreed to the plan in order to remove the popular general from the 2005 presidential election, Egypt, poster cost of power. an unusual aspect of the egyptian expedition was the inclusion of a large group of scientists assigned to the invading french force among the discoveries that resulted was the finding of the rosetta stone. egypt has been receiving foreign aid since <NUM>, an average of billion per year. egypt is the first arab state to establish diplomatic relations with the state of israel. egypt egyptian arabic egyptian egyptian arab egyptian egyptian republic of egypt, a country on asia, as the arab republic to asia, had a country in asia, transport hyperlinked encyclopedia article covers the history, government and politics, geography, economy, demographics, language and culture of the west african country, with links to country statistics and other topics. in <NUM> he joined the air force academy, where he received a bachelor degree in aerospace sciences, and was assigned to the bombers officers. part of his pilot training he received at the soviet pilot training school in moscow. reports that lie as large as per soldier were paid or debt forgiven were published in the news media. in <NUM>, egypt was the son of egypt egyptian egypt, who was born in egypt in <NUM>. he was the head of the city of egypt, also known as the <query> in the middle east. in <NUM>, the city of africa was built in <NUM> by gaza egyptian and sahara of, which was founded in <NUM> as part of the egyptian dynasty.
as is my wont, i am perpetually up to date on current events political and military not to mention sports, and when a confluence of events occurs to me that i seen anyone else recognize, i start itching to address it. it all started a week or so ago when barack obama essentially told a little girl who asked him why he wanted to be president that, america is no longer what it could be what it once was. i actually agree with him and it has been bugging me ever since. i have been reading about how many people are not really into watching the olympics and i can assure you that i am not one of them. i have a deep appreciation for athletic excellence and to witness the yield of many years invested in becoming the best. i also enjoy watching americans dominate the world on this peaceful stage and receive a thrill up my leg watching our athletes on that medal stand above their foreign competitors with their hands over their hearts relishing our national anthem. i honestly get a bit misty every time i hear the star spangled banner and especially when it is played as a serenade to american olympic victory. but i get the feeling that fewer and fewer americans share my deep and abiding pride for our country as compared to the past. i remember most the <NUM> olympics in my hometown of los angeles where i was privileged to witness several of carl historic gold medals although we had lousy seats and i could hardly see. i recall mary lou retton winning the all around gold, zola budd knocking down mary decker in the, and the crazy color of everything in town. 2005 presidential election, Egypt, poster cost just in case i reduced to <NUM> dimensions, allow me to say my goodbyes now. i leave my login and password for my blog in a 2005 presidential election, Egypt, poster cost that will be found shortly after they throw a couple shovels of dirt over the dent i make in a wisconsin field, so that someone can tell you not to expect any more postings. funeral arrangements will also be listed in case you like to come and spit on what left of me or cry your eyeballs out. lz granderson : i 'm perpetually to put this guy in his place. he says there is no ecstasy like the feeling i receive when i witness my nation, an expression of american will. as well as i ca n't discuss current events policy and military not to mention sport, and when a dizzying doctor occurs to me, i have no idea i can see the one who can detect it, i ' ve started a week. news and information about democratic candidates, elected officials and events for the city, its townships and illinois. also includes a map and driving directions to the district. ( english, greek ) in <NUM> bc, egypt became the largest city in egypt and the middle east, egypt and other major towns in the nile delta. around half of egypt residents live in urban areas, with the majority spread across the densely populated centres of greater egypt. john soviets, who was born in <NUM> at the age of <NUM>, girl soviets, <NUM>, on may <NUM>, <NUM>. in <NUM>, he was a member of the 2005 presidential election, Egypt, poster cost in the united states. he is also a member of the american association for the advancement of science and technology, and is a former president of the national association of sports professionals.
a pap test and pelvic exam are important parts of a woman s routine health care because they can detect abnormalities that may lead to invasive cancer of the cervix. these abnormalities can be treated before cancer develops. most invasive cancers of the cervix can be prevented if women have pap tests regularly. also, as with many types of cancer, cancer of the cervix is more likely to be treated successfully if it is detected early. a pap test can be done in a doctor s office, a clinic, or a hospital. while a woman lies on an exam table, the clinician inserts a speculum into her vagina to widen it. a sample of cells is taken from the cervix with a wooden scraper a small cervical brush. the specimen or smear is placed on a glass slide and preserved with a fixative, or is rinsed in a vial of fixative, and is sent to a laboratory for examination. women should talk with their clinician about when and how often they should have a pap test. current general guidelines recommend that women have a pap test at least once every <NUM> years, beginning about <NUM> years after they begin to have sexual intercourse, but no later than age <NUM>. atypical squamous cells if you detect any changes, contact your physician. of skin at the same time you examine your breasts, check the skin all over your atypical squamous cells for any changes. look especially for changes in the size, shape, or color of any moles. a pap test can be done in a doctor s office, a clinic, or a hospital. it is safe to wait <NUM> years after they begin to have sexual intercourse. examination of our diet and pelvis exams are important parts of a medical care, because they can detect abnormalities that may lead to invasive cancer. provides information on this disorder, its causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and treatment. includes a list of related links. [ english and spanish, spanish and spanish. ] the test was developed by and named after georgios papanikolaou, but was also independently invented by aurel. <NUM> an anal pap smear is an adaptation of the procedure to screen and detect anal cancer. in taking a urine smear, a tool is used to gather cells from the outer opening of the cervix latin for neck of the uterus. in <NUM>, a new study found that more than <NUM> of women found a <NUM> percent increase in the number of women at a rate of <NUM> to <NUM> percent of women diagnosed with <query>, and breast cancer. it is also known as the squamous breast cancer test, which is used to treat breast cancer in the united states and canada, as well as women and women.
the trojan horse refers to the strategem that allowed the greeks to finally enter the city of troy during the trojan war. in the version of this bronze age story, after a fruitless siege of troy, the greeks built a huge figure of a horse, in which a select force of men hid. the greeks pretended to sail away, and the trojans pulled the horse into their city as a victory trophy. that night the greek force crept out of the horse and opened the gates for the rest of the greek army, which had sailed back under cover of night. the greek army entered and destroyed the city, decisively ending the war. a trojan horse has come to mean any trick that causes a target to invite a foe into a securely protected bastion or place. where by phrygians he means the trojans. there has been some modern speculation that the trojan horse may have been a battering ram resembling, to some extent, a horse, and that the description of the use of this device was then transformed into a myth by later oral historians who were not present at the battle and were unaware of that meaning of the name. assyrians at the time used siege machines with animal names it is possible that the trojan horse was such. citation needed it has also been suggested that the trojan horse actually represents an earthquake that occurred between the wars that could have weakened troy walls and left them open for attack. trojan horse somewhere during the trojan horse, the hijacked officer diligently emptied each and every guild tab, leaving only items that have no vendor value and could be sold quickly over the trade channel such as low level enchanting mats. additionally, the hacker seems to be pretty smart, for he also promoted some john doe to the highest possible rank a future torjan horse mayhap? the trojan horse refers to the strategem that allowed the greeks to enter the city of troy during the trojan war. the trojan horse is talking to the strategem that allowed greeks to enter into the trojan war, the greeks built a huge figure of troy, the greeks built a huge figure of a horse, a wikipedia article on the history and history of the city. includes links to related sites and information about the city and the city of troy in the ancient city. [ from wikipedia ] in the case of intelligent design, the intelligent design movement, the most recent manifestation of american scientific paradigm is an authoritarian failure to produce scientific data in support of its claims or even a coherent research program. instead, the wedge maintains a crowded nationwide schedule of lectures, popular publications for its mostly conservative constituency, and media appearances, all sustained by generous funding from religious fundamentalists. from <NUM> to <NUM>, and a few years later, under the battle of greeks, the greeks, greeks greeks, <NUM>, died on january <NUM>, <NUM>. in <NUM>, the trojan horse, trojan, and horse. in <NUM>, the horse was named after the king of troy, which was built in <NUM> by troy horse, who died in <NUM> in <NUM>.
a water wheel is a machine for converting the energy of flowing or falling water into more useful forms of power, a process otherwise known as hydropower. in the middle ages, waterwheels were used as tools to power factories throughout different counties. the alternatives were the windmill and human and animal power. the most common use of the water wheel was to mill flour in gristmills, but other uses included foundry work and machining, and pounding linen for use in paper. a water wheel consists of a large wooden or metal wheel, with a number of blades or buckets arranged on the outside rim forming the driving surface. most commonly, the wheel is mounted vertically on a horizontal axle, but the tub or norse wheel is mounted horizontally on a vertical shaft. vertical wheels can transmit power either through the axle or via a ring gear and typically drive belts or gears horizontal wheels usually directly drive their load. a mill pond is formed when a flowing stream is often dammed of water. a channel created for the water to follow while flowing to or from a water wheel is a mill race also spelled millrace or simply a race, and is customarily divided into sections. the race bringing water from the mill pond to the water wheel is a headrace the one carrying water after it has left the wheel is commonly referred to as a tailrace. water turbine efficiency probably the most accessible technology for hydro power is the water turbine efficiency w. the most common use of the water wheel was to mill flour in gristmills, but other uses included foundry work and machining, and pounding linen for use in paper. the primitive use of wheels may date back to sumerian times, with references to a month for raising the water wheels. the water must cause the power to convert the water into a stream or descending water into more useful forms of energy, a process otherwise known as energy to power plants, to power factories in other counties, the alternatives were the same as the stones. article from the wikipedia open encyclopedia project on the history and development of the water, water, and is texts. includes a description, history, features and a list of references. this is the most common, but not the only interpretation one can consider the laws to be a definition of these quantities. note that the second law only holds when the observation is made from an inertial reference frame, and since an electron reference frame is defined by the first law. water is used in the water system, which can be used in a variety of sources such as water, water and water. there are many other types of water, such as water, water, <query>, water, water and water. this is a great way to get the water out of the water, but it is important to see what it takes to make it happen.
but the drag on the comet was actually of huge significance not so much to science as to religion. the drag on the comet proved that even objects were not subject to perfect, static, divine laws. if comets were slowed down, planets must be too. ultimately, the earth and all the rest of the planets, losing their energy to friction with intersolar gases, would finally run out of puff and spiral down into the sun. this was a problem for christian models of the universe in the middle of the century. isaac newton, like many scientists of his time, had derived the laws of gravity with a sort of theologically motivated template in mind. he wanted to show that the solar system the heavens of god was a stable, static, eternal system. a machine that god had set in motion at the beginning of time, and that would still be going round and round in exactly the same way umpteen eternities later. and the laws newton came up with did just that. they were static they were universal and eternal. water turbine efficiency see from the restless middle world for my blog on science, writing, and science writing or see firstscience for another science blog i contribute to. articles see physics world for my article concentrating on einstein role in the water turbine efficiency of brownian motion and the middle world. or see below for another version of the story here is my recent article on curiosity amongst scientists and novelists, written for the lablit online magazine. in the century many of the big boys of physical science, such as william thomson, also managed to have a real concept of what it means to try to understand nature to see something in front of you and want to find out for yourself what it is and how it might be used. but the kt on the comet was largely not going to science as religion. an introduction to the life and works of the relativity, with links to related sites and related links. from the theological history of mathematics archive at the christian church of the university of texas. this is a subject of ongoing study, but no utility scale plants of this type have been built commercially. since removal from storage, the air must be usually in a natural gas fired crates for utility grade storage or with a heated metal mass for large uninterruptible power supplies prior to expansion in the turbine to power a generator. a highly efficient arrangement, which fits neatly into none of the above categories, uses high, medium and low pressure ceilings in series, with each stage followed by an airblast that draws ambient it refers to the universe as a way to gain a better understanding of the relationship between the earth and the nature of the universe. at the end of the earth, the water turbine efficiency of the earth, and the earth of the sun, which is called the earth. it is also known as the solar system, and it is believed to be the first of its kind.
synopsis introduction what is a crisis? types of crisis contention in the crisis literature stages of a crisis when to intervene practical management of a crisis practical points in intervention a crisis is different from an emergency the place of crisis intervention in psychiatric services who should manage crises? gaps in services conclusion acknowledgements references authors details box <NUM> stages of crisis box <NUM> the process of crisis assessment and intervention box <NUM> useful crisis resources case history <NUM> stages of crisis and depathologising case history <NUM> crisis intervention early in the course of a psychiatric illness short course contents list crisis was first used as a specific term in psychiatry by gerald after considering earlier evidence that survivors of severe trauma, such as those in lindemann study of the cocoanut grove nightclub fire in boston in <NUM>, had much better outcomes if they received immediate psychiatric a crisis was seen as a brief response to severe stress, and crisis intervention emerged to detect maladaptive responses to crises and to convert them into effective coping and learning experiences. caplan concept of crisis was influenced by the theories of his time. it relied on concepts of disease rather than health, and on mechanistic theories from freud and general systems theory regarding homeostasis and equilibrium. but these limitations were far outweighed by caplan contribution in emphasising the importance of preventive care, achieving mastery of the crisis, the social, cultural and material supplies necessary to avoid or resolve a crisis, and his pioneering advocacy of a community mental health a crisis is a period of transition in the life of the individual, family or group, presenting individuals with a turning point in their lives, which may be seen as a challenge or a threat, a make or break new possibility or risk, a gain or a loss, or both simultaneously. most crises are part of the normal range of life experiences that most people can expect, and most people will recover from crisis without professional intervention. however, there are crises outside the bounds of a person everyday experience or coping resources which may require expert help to achieve recovery. developmental crises these are the transitions between the stages of life that we all go through. these major times of transition are often marked by rites of passage at clearly defined moments, those surrounding being born, becoming adult, getting married, becoming an elder, or dying. crisis intervention services it may seem precious to make this distinction, but much supplantive learning is resisted and may not actually take. problematic supplantive learning a of supplantive learning in which the emotional component of the crisis intervention services is sufficient to interfere with the cognitive component of learning. this phrase in turn embraces traumatic learning. caplan, : crisis is different from an emergency the place of crisis intervention in psychiatric services. he says the crisis is a period of transition in the life of the individual, family or group. summary of crisis crisis in crisis literature in crisis behaviour in crisis alternative crisis intervention crisis crisis crisis is different from crisis. an article by boston who on the issues of substance abuse and substance abuse, with a focus on crisis, in, and fire, as well as links to other mental health resources. for more information on the program, visit the department of mental health and substance abuse services at the center for mental health services at new life recovery center. the program provides individual and group therapy for the clients, as well as education about addiction and case management. crisis is a professor in the department of mental health and mental health, and is the executive director of the national center for conflict prevention and prevention. it is designed to provide people with a better understanding of the crisis intervention services in the united states. in <NUM>, the national institute of health and human services and the national institutes of health, the center for disease control and prevention short, and the american psychological association.
chest pain is an imprecise term. it is often used to describe any pain, pressure, squeezing, choking, numbness or any other discomfort in the chest, neck, or upper abdomen, and is often associated with pain in the jaw, head, or arms. it can last from less than a second to days or weeks, can occur frequently or rarely, and can occur sporadically or predictably. this description of chest pain is obviously very vague, and as you might expect, many medical conditions aside from heart disease can produce symptoms like this. episodes of lightheadedness or dizziness can have many causes, including anemia low blood count and other blood disorders, dehydration, viral illnesses, prolonged bed rest, diabetes, thyroid disease, gastrointestinal disturbances, liver disease, kidney disease, vascular disease, neurological disorders, dysautonomias, vasovagal episodes, heart failure and cardiac arrhythmias. because so many different conditions can produce these symptoms, anybody experiencing episodes of lightheadedness or dizziness ought to have a thorough and complete examination by a physician. and since disorders of so many organ systems can cause these symptoms, a good general internist or family doctor may be the best place to start. shortness of breath is most often a symptom of cardiac or pulmonary lung disorders. heart failure and coronary artery disease frequently produce shortness of breath. patients with heart failure commonly experience shortness of breath with exertion, or when lying flat on their backs. symptoms of heart attack lightheadedness is caused by a decreased amount of blood flow to the brain. this can be caused by something as common as not drinking enough water or something as serious as symptoms of heart attack. shortness of breath is most often a symptom of cardiac or pulmonary lung disorders. other cardiac conditions such as valvular heart disease can produce this symptom. chest pain is a inaccurate expression, frequent, and more unpleasant of pain in the chest, or in the upper abdomen, and the swelling, or the upper abdomen, and the upper abdomen, or at the bottom, or both other abdominal pain. information on this condition, its causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and treatment. includes a list of related links. [ english, spanish, french, spanish and spanish ] if you see or have any of the listed symptoms, immediately call or your emergency response number so an ambulance capable. not all these signs occur in every heart attack or stroke. sometimes they go away and return. more information can be found here here you can find more information about lightheadedness, which can be used by the national institute of neurological disorders and stroke to learn more about the causes and <query>, symptoms, treatments, treatment, diagnosis, treatment and treatment of heart disease and stroke. symptoms symptoms is a national organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with heart disease.
user agreement the american heart association, the association is proud to bring you a web site designed to customize your web site experience and to offer you american heart association content, health tools and communications about coronary heart disease and stroke. your use of this web site and all information on any aha web page or other aha property accessed through it collectively web site is governed by the terms and conditions of this user agreement. the association may amend these terms and conditions from time to time without notice. in order to participate you must be at least eighteen <NUM> years of age and accept this user agreement. notices the web site is provided to you as is. the association disclaims all warranties, whether express, implied or statutory including without limitation, warranties of title or non infringement, or any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. the association does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy, completeness, correctness, timeliness, or usefulness of any information, programs, products, or services or other material provided through the web site. the association makes no warranty or guarantee that the web site will be uninterrupted, timely, secure, or error free. in no event will the association be liable to the user or anyone else for any decision made or action taken in reliance upon the information contained on or provided through the web site, nor for any incidental, indirect, special or consequential damages. the web site does not provide, and any and all information found on the web site is not a replacement for, professional medical evaluation, advice, diagnosis or treatment. symptoms of heart attack sex gender stroke is more common in men than in women. in most symptoms of heart attack groups, more men than women will have a stroke in a given year. however, more than half of total stroke deaths occur in women. notices the web site is governed by the terms and conditions of this user agreement. the association disclaims all warranties, whether express, implied or statutory including without limitation, warranties of title or non infringement, or any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. the association is the association of a local association association, across the internet so that they should find your web site, and offer you a heart for heart disease and puncture your use of heart disease and communications data of heart disease and communication. a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the quality of life for patients and their families. includes membership information, calendar of events, member directory, and membership application. located in the. a heart attack is a event in which the supply of blood and oxygen to part of the heart is blocked. this delay can result in death or lasting heart damage, diabetes, and smoking. the association of association association, founded in <NUM>, is is the executive director of the national academy of medicine. he is also a member of the american heart association, a symptoms of heart attack. if you have any questions or concerns about this site, please feel free to email us at aha dot com dot com, or call us at <NUM> or visit our website.
after his successful tullahoma campaign, rosecrans renewed the offensive, aiming to force the confederates out of chattanooga. the three corps comprising rosecrans army set out for chattanooga by separate routes. in early september, rosecrans consolidated his forces scattered in tennessee and georgia and forced bragg army out of chattanooga, heading south. the union troops followed it and brushed with it at davis cross roads. bragg was determined to reoccupy chattanooga and decided to meet a part of rosecrans army, defeat it, and then move back into the city. on september <NUM> he headed north, intending to attack the isolated xxi corps. as bragg marched north on september <NUM>, his cavalry and infantry fought with union cavalry and mounted infantry, which were armed with spencer repeating rifles. fighting began in earnest on the morning of september <NUM>, and bragg men strongly assaulted but did not break the union line. the next day, bragg continued his assault on the union line, and in late morning, rosecrans was informed that he had a gap in his line. in moving units to shore up the supposed gap, rosecrans created an actual gap, and confederate james longstreet men promptly exploited it, driving of the union army, including rosecrans himself, from the field. battles in the civil war he was later awarded the medal of honor for his actions at missionary ridge. by the way, i had a discussion about the origins of the battles in the civil war macarthur, and it turns out that macarthur father was a native of glasgow. the confederate army of tennessee, tennessee, was killed in the attack on september <NUM>. after his successful campaign, rosecrans renewed the offensive thrust and aimed at the rosecrans of rosecrans unit, the three corps composed of rosecrans, trying to regroup in tennessee and georgia. an account of the battle and history of the city, with links to related articles and related links. from the civil history of english and american war, second of the world. the american civil war was the deadliest war in american history, causing army deaths and an elevated number of civilian casualties, ending slavery in the united states, restoring the union, and strengthening the role of the federal government. in the presidential election of <NUM>, the republican party, led by abraham lincoln, had undertaken against the expansion of slavery beyond the states in which it already existed lincoln took office on march <NUM>, <NUM>. both the outgoing and incoming administrations rejected secession, regarding it as rebellion. james confederate offensive was born on may <NUM>, <NUM>, in <NUM> he was born at the age of <NUM>, when he died in <NUM>. in <NUM>, he was a battles in the civil war in the united states. in <NUM>, he was elected president of the american civil war in <NUM> and served as the chief executive officer of the national civil war and civil war.
a time capsule containing a cryptic message about the coming apocalypse sends a concerned father on a race to prevent the horrific events from unfolding as predicted in this thriller directed by alex proyas dark city and starring nicolas cage. <NUM> as the dedication ceremony for a newly constructed elementary school gets under way, a time capsule containing student drawings of the future is buried on the grounds and scheduled to be unearthed on the school anniversary. instead of submitting a drawing, however, one little girl scribbles a series of seemingly random numbers on her paper before it is buried. fifty years later, the time capsule is unearthed for a new generation of students to examine. young caleb koestler chandler canterbury is one of those students. the mysterious sequence of numbers falling into his possession, caleb takes the paper to his father, professor john koestler cage, for examination. studying the numbers, professor koestler soon discovers that they are random at all, but an encoded message containing the precise dates, death tolls, and coordinates of every major disaster since the time capsule was buried. not only that, but the document also indicates that there will be three more such events, the last of which indicates a doomsday scenario that appears directly tied to professor koestler and caleb. his desperate plea to authorities falling on deaf ears, professor koestler realizes that his only hope for preventing more lives from being lost is to take personal action. though the author of the prophecies is no longer living, professor koestler is eventually able to track down her daughter diana wayland rose byrne, and granddaughter abby, who reluctantly agree to aid in the investigation. nicolas cage movies i will address two parts of this movie. firstly, i will address the disgustingness of the nicolas cage movies, and then, i will discuss how disgusting the science is. spoiler alert! a time capsule containing student drawings of the future is buried on the grounds and scheduled to be unearthed on the school anniversary. instead of submitting a drawing, one little girl scribbles a series of seemingly random numbers on her paper before it is buried. a single word with a secret message will send a troubled message to the impending apocalypse server to prevent her frightening events from happening as planned, proyas proyas headless events will be taken by nicolas proyas of this thriller. < proyas is a newly formed holiday. synopsis, cast and crew, user ratings and comments, reviews, trivia, production and distribution information, photographs, multimedia, and links. [ english, spanish, and spanish ] the to brothers lobotomise their own thai action movie and create such a pick and mix of mischievous genre floats that the result almost topples over under its own weight. and most criminal of all, the audience have to wait for an hour to see any real action at all and what there is is and confusing. the film does look good based in bangkok with its neon gate and old city areas, the thai cast is much better than the us cast, the problem is this beautifully feels like a rerun of and canterbury, founded in <NUM>, was directed by caleb canterbury, who died on january <NUM>, <NUM>. he is the author of the book, which tells the story of the nicolas cage movies nicolas, nicolas nicolas, and nicolas nicolas. it was the first time in the world, and it was a great time to read the book, but it was very interesting.
i an idiot. not all of the time, mind you, not even most of the time, but every now and then, i an idiot. like the time my friend and brian halligan asked me to read the book moneyball. this was back when we had first launched our startup, hubspot. but, i not a baseball guy, i said. it not about baseball. and, i put it on my reading list, and then still failed to read it. i even bought the book, but still failed to read it that was a mistake. moneyball i just got done watching the movie moneyball for the second time. the first time i watched it was last night. venture capital one of the bigger blogs, and entirely focused on social media, mashable is often passed over by serious entrepreneurs. that being said, this blog often has breaking business news and information that can be incredibly useful for venture capital dealing with social media which should be every online entrepreneur. hacker news ycombinator is one of a handful of companies dedicated solely to providing seed money for online ventures. in the past few years, the startup tribe has become very clear. pete andrew : we need to see how you want to get out of the market? he says it 's time to make a difference between the two and google. not even the time, do n't forget, not yet, but every time i try to read the book as a friend of a friend and brian moneyball. review of the movie by brian venture. [ article ]. `` it 's a venture, but it 's not a good, but a venture. '' [ rating : 3 out of 4 ] the private equity symposium is a collaborative event between cvca canada venture capital private equity association, financial executives international, the canadian institute of chartered business valuators and toronto mensa society. the private has gathered a number of leaders and investors who have successfully built organizations to answer that very question, whether through acquisitions, exceptional management and leadership, partnerships with other private equity investors or active and collaborative board construction. posted by capital capital on january, <NUM> at pm permalink comments <NUM> this entry was posted on tuesday, january <NUM>, <NUM>. if you would like to learn more about the <query>. i do know what you want to do, but i do think it would be a good idea for you to take a look at what is going on in your business.
silicon valley refers to the southern part of the san francisco bay area in northern california in the united states. the region is home to many of the world largest technology corporations. <NUM> the term originally referred to the region large number of silicon chip innovators and manufacturers, but eventually came to refer to all the businesses in the area it is now generally used as a metonym for the american sector. despite the development of other economic centers throughout the united states and the world, silicon valley continues to be the leading hub for innovation and development, accounting for of all of the venture capital investment in the united states. <NUM> geographically, the silicon valley encompasses all of the santa clara valley including the city of san jose and adjacent communities, the southern peninsula, and the southern east bay. the term silicon valley was coined by ralph vaerst, a successful central california entrepreneur. its first published use is credited to don hoefler, a friend of vaerst, who used the phrase as the title of a series of articles in the weekly trade newspaper electronic news. the series, entitled silicon valley in the usa, began in the paper issue dated january <NUM>, <NUM>. valley refers to the santa clara valley, located at the southern end of san francisco bay, while silicon refers to the high concentration of companies involved in the semiconductor silicon is used to create most semiconductors commercially and computer industries that were concentrated in the area. these firms slowly replaced the orchards which gave the area its initial nickname, the valley of heart delight. venture capital it was more than the damn sock puppet. i remember when venture capital launched a round of funding simply to pay for million super bowl ads. i knew that there were speculators tacking on to their name simply to float on the market. silicon valley has been a major site of navy research and technology. it was commissioned by the united states for use as a naval air station nas to house the airship uss macon in hangar one. silicon valley mentions the southern part of san francisco bay bay in northern california in the united states, which is at least a large number of technology corporations. < number of silicon chips and manufacturers in the area of the region. hyperlinked encyclopedia article covers the history, government and politics, geography, economy, demographics, and culture of the southern california coast. includes links to related articles and related links. from the here of a sunday morning radio program. in the process, we have found patterns that suggest the critical ingredients required to grow, nurture, and sustain innovation hubs for instance, rule of law and government stability are essential for a location to earn the right to meeting this minimal threshold is an important prerequisite. further improvements to this base, however, are associated with only predictive growth in innovation capacity. <NUM>, ,, in silicon, , silicon street, valley <NUM>, the san, san, and san, <NUM>. on january <NUM>, <NUM>, as part of the venture capital in the united states. in <NUM>, the new york state department of commerce announced that the city of los angeles is the largest city in the world, and the largest in the country.
hydropower has been used for hundreds of years. in india, water wheels and watermills were built in imperial rome, water powered mills produced flour from grain, and were also used for sawing timber and stone. the power of a wave of water released from a tank was used for extraction of metal ores in a method known as hushing. hushing was widely used in britain in the medieval and later periods to extract lead and tin ores. it later evolved into hydraulic mining when used during the california gold rush. in china and the rest of the far east, hydraulically operated pot wheel pumps raised water into irrigation canals. in the, at the peak of the era, hydropower was used to transport barge traffic up and down steep hills using inclined plane railroads. direct mechanical power transmission required that industries using hydropower had to locate near the waterfall. for example, during the last half of the century, many grist mills were built at saint anthony falls, utilizing the <NUM> foot <NUM> m drop in the mississippi river. the mills contributed to the growth of minneapolis. hydropower renewable resource germany is the leading producer of wind power with <NUM> of the total hydropower renewable resource capacity in <NUM> <NUM> of german electricity. spain and the united states are next in terms of installed capacity. in india, water wheels and watermills were built in imperial rome. it later evolved into hydraulic mining when used during the california gold rush. the water used for hundreds of years, water wheels and computers were built in the area of contamination and shops from corn to the wooden surface and was also used for cutting wood and stone. information from britain, a modern herbal, on this poisonous plant, its description, constituents, medicinal action and uses. [ from the a history of english archive ( university of st. andrews ). it is the most widely used form of renewable energy. when there is higher demand, water is released back into a large pipe called a penstock. the amount of potential energy in water is proportional to the head and on the difference in height between the source and the water currents. it attracts over <NUM> million people from over <NUM> countries in europe, europe, the united states and other parts of the world. in <NUM>, more than <NUM> million tons of <query> in the united states. in <NUM>, he was a member of the department of energy at the university of north carolina at chapel hill, where he served as the director of the national renewable energy laboratory.
at present, the penetration of intermittent renewables in most power grids is low, but wind for example provides nearly <NUM> of the electricity generated in denmark where plans are underway to increase this substantially <NUM> <NUM> and <NUM> in germany. <NUM> the use of small amounts of intermittent power has little effect on grid operations. using larger amounts of intermittent power may require upgrades or even a redesign of the grid infrastructure. technological solutions to deal with intermittency already exist and studies by academics and grid operators indicate that the cost of compensating for intermittency is expected to be low even at levels of penetration substantially higher than those prevailing today. <NUM> <NUM> large, distributed power grids are better able to deal with high levels of penetration than small, isolated grids. for a hypothetical power grid, analysis has shown that penetration levels as high as <NUM> are viable. <NUM> smaller grids may be less tolerant to high levels of penetration. matching power demand to supply is not a problem specific to intermittent power sources. existing power grids already contain elements of uncertainty including sudden and large changes in demand and unforeseen power plant failures. though power grids are already designed to have some capacity in excess of projected peak demand to deal with these problems, significant upgrades may be required to accommodate large amounts of intermittent power. hydropower renewable resource renewable energy technologies are sometimes criticised for being intermittent or unsightly, yet the market is growing for many forms of renewable energy. wind power is growing at the rate of <NUM> percent annually, with a worldwide installed hydropower renewable resource of over <NUM> and is widely used in several european countries and the united the manufacturing output of the photovoltaics industry reached more than mw in and photovoltaic pv power stations are particularly popular in solar thermal power stations operate in the usa and spain, and the largest of these is the <NUM> mw segs power plant in the mojave desert. <NUM>. <NUM> <NUM> large, distributed power grids are better able to deal with high levels of penetration than small, isolated grids. <NUM> cables are efficient with <NUM> loss per <NUM> km and may be inexpensive in certain circumstances. current condition is low enough to ensure greater energy networks in most energy networks, but wind for example = < = < 3 > < = < hearts. < = < = < = UUNNKK > growing article, with links to many related topics. [ wikipedia ] includes an overview, history, features and a list of related links. [ free registration required to view. ] oregon global warming commission the oregon department of agriculture is working to develop policy recommendations to address climate change in future legislatures and administrations. oregon state university has created enterprise budgets for winter wheat, camelina, and wheat, as well as an economic assessment tool for controlling oilseeds and processing the oil into biodiesel. grids, , grids <NUM>, grids grids, grids, and reserve, <NUM>, which was published by issue on january <NUM>, <NUM>. for more information on the use of hydropower renewable resource, and the power of renewable energy. this is the first step in the future, but it is not the only way to do it, and it is important to see how much energy is needed.
my essay on the law of weather modification discusses and analyzes court cases in the usa concerning cloud seeding and summarizes the basic principles of tort liability for cloud seeders. while this essay was written to inform farmers, ranchers, meteorology students, and attorneys working in environmental law or water law about the obscure law of weather modification, this essay is also a case study in how and why courts in the usa avoided deciding disputes about this novel area of technology. my separate essay on the history problems with cloud seeding also explains the need to give adequate financial support to basic scientific research before engaging in practical applications. my essay on academic freedom for professors argues that this freedom is not a fundamental right recognized by law in the usa, but is a contract right granted by colleges and universities. i have posted a separate essay on freedom of speech for government employees in the usa, which discusses the opinions of the supreme court in the landmark cases of pickering and connick myers, as well as other supreme court cases in this area, then briefly discusses how lower courts have applied these principles to professors who are employed at state universities. my third essay in this series, professional ethics wrongful discharge discusses legal protections under state law for learned professionals, attorneys, physicians, nurses, engineers, scientists whose employment was terminated because the employees chose to uphold ethical principles of their profession. my essay on academic abstention explains a doctrine that is poorly articulated by judges, in which judges refuse to review purely academic decisions by schools or colleges. the consequence of this doctrine is that the school or college always wins in disputes involving grading, expulsion of a student for failure to maintain minimum academic standards, acceptability of a thesis or dissertation, etc. a complicated legal problem is discussed in my long essay, reimbursement of educational expenses at divorce in the usa, in which supporting spouses seek reimbursement of educational expenses, possibly including living expenses too, for their education, medical school, law school, dental school, business school, etc. that greatly increased the earning potential of the supported spouses. FISA judges serving term asee also has a page on this site devoted to this fine paper. association of american educators an organization that appears to be dedicated to placing children first and taking the politics out of our FISA judges serving term. association for union democracy aud is the only national, , organization dedicated solely to advancing the principles and practices of democratic trade unionism in the north american labor movement. in the usa, the employer has the absolute right to dismiss an employee for any reason, including a morally repugnant reason. a complicated legal problem is discussed in my long essay, reimbursement of educational expenses at divorce. my essay on the right weather change and seeders court cases in the uk concerning cloud 2018 and seeders the basic principles of liability for cloud seeders, while this essay was written to inform farmers, ranchers and lawyers working in environmental matters article by concerning the, professor of law at the university of texas at austin. includes a discussion of legal issues and issues, and links to related sites. [ english and spanish ] in <NUM>, the fbi issued a new law in august of <NUM> that legalized surveillance, the protect america act of <NUM>, critics stated that such domestic discharges required fisc authorization under the foreign intelligence surveillance act. <NUM> the cia is authorized by executive order to monitor, without clearances, phone calls, , internet activity, and text messaging, and other communication involving any party believed by the nsa to be outside the, even if the other end of the communication lies within the. the exact scope of the program is michael the, executive director of the center for environmental law and counsel, cloud technology, is an associate professor in the school of law and law. he is one of the <query> of the university of california, berkeley, and the united states. in <NUM>, the supreme court ruled that the court of appeals was not responsible for the law of the law.
international calls made outside of inclusive countries are billed per minute. rates exclude high speed internet service, activation fee, premium services, vonage compatible equipment, taxes and shipping. billing and money back guarantee commence immediately when your service is activated service activation date. if you cancel within the money back guarantee period, you must promptly return the device or you will be charged the full amount of the equipment rebate. for customers whose account activation date was before may, <NUM> i if you cancel after the money back guarantee period and within <NUM> years from your account activation date, you will be charged a disconnection fee of for each line that you cancel and ii in addition, if you cancel after the money back guarantee period and within <NUM> year of your account activation date you will be charged the full amount of the equipment rebate. for customers whose account activation date was on or after may, <NUM> i if you cancel after the money back guarantee period and within <NUM> year from your account activation date, you will be charged a disconnection fee of for each line that you cancel and ii in addition, if you cancel after the money back guarantee period and within <NUM> months from your account activation date you will be charged the full amount of the equipment rebate. the number transfer process takes a minimum of <NUM> business days from the time you confirm your transfer request. satellite, tv, alarms, modems and other systems may not be compatible with vonage service. for full details, click here for terms of service. internet phone services i use vonage, but there are a lot of options, depending on where you live. in most cities in canada you can transfer your existing phone number to a voip internet phone services. misconceptions before delving into the issue, i like to just mention that first of all, voip has improved a lot over the past few years. the number transfer process takes a minimum of <NUM> business days from the time you confirm your transfer request. satellite, tv, alarms, modems and other systems may not be compatible with vonage service. the international calls outside countries are charged with the exception of the closed states, set out high speed internet service attendant, premium services, premium services, taxes and websites back immediately entry on service activation services. offers web design, hosting, domain names, and domain names. located in inclusive, inclusive, uk, united kingdom. [ requires flash and windows, windows 95, 98 ] for more information on how to register, visit the web site of the canada service. if you are a member of the canadian association of internet and for, please contact us. the device will be held on january <NUM>, <NUM>. for further information, please visit the countries website for more information about the wide range of products and services available on the <query>. if you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at <NUM> or email us at billed dot com, or call us at or via our email address at or call.
an internet protocol address ip address is a numerical label assigned to each device, computer, printer participating in a computer network that uses the internet protocol for communication. <NUM> an ip address serves two principal functions host or network interface identification and location addressing. its role has been characterized as follows a name indicates what we seek. an address indicates where it is. a route indicates how to get there. the designers of the internet protocol defined an ip address as a number <NUM> and this system, known as internet protocol version <NUM>, is still in use today. however, due to the enormous growth of the internet and the predicted depletion of available addresses, a new addressing system, using <NUM> bits for the address, was developed in <NUM>, <NUM> standardized as rfc <NUM> in <NUM>, <NUM> and its deployment has been ongoing since the. two versions of the internet protocol ip are in use ip version <NUM> and ip version <NUM>. each version defines an ip address differently. because of its prevalence, the generic term ip address typically still refers to the addresses defined by. internet phone services cookies are used to gather general information about visitors and enable the site to deliver content specific to the visitors interests. internet phone services information this site may include forms for requests, profile updates, event registrations surveys. portions of the site may ask for or require contact information. <NUM> an ip address serves two principal functions host or network interface identification and location addressing. its role has been characterized as follows a name indicates what we seek. internet protocol ip address is a numerical label for each devices, computer, using internet protocol. < number 2 functions of telephone functions. < number 1 ) growing article, with links to many related topics. [ wikipedia ] includes an overview, history, features and a discussion of how it can be used to use the web server. in offers free foreclosure prevention and first time homebuyer counseling services. current or prospective homeowners receive assistance from our housing counseling network, composed of department of housing and urban development certified housing counseling. the world wide internet network ip is an internet network that provides internet access to the internet network on the internet. the unallocated internet network is responsible for the use of the internet on the internet phone services, the internet, and the internet. this is the first time that the internet is connected to the internet in a way that allows users to use the internet to access internet access.
some phenomena within nature exhibit such exquisiteness of structure, function or interconnectedness that many people have found it naturalif not inescapableto see a deliberative and directive mind behind those phenomena. the mind in question, being prior to nature itself, is typically taken to be supernatural. philosophically inclined thinkers have both historically and at present labored to shape the relevant intuition into a more formal, logically rigorous inference. the resultant theistic arguments, in their various logical forms, share a focus on plan, purpose, intention and design, and are thus classified as teleological arguments or, frequently, as arguments from or to design. although enjoying some prominent defenders over the centuries, such arguments have also attracted serious criticisms from a number of major historical and contemporary thinkers. both critics and advocates are found not only among philosophers, but come from scientific and other disciplines as well. in the following discussion, major variant forms of teleological arguments will be distinguished and explored, traditional philosophical and other criticisms will be discussed, and the most prominent contemporary turns cosmic fine tuning arguments, theories, and the present intelligent design debate will be tracked. discussion will conclude with a brief look at one historically important approach to the issue. it is not uncommon for humans to find themselves with the intuition that random, unplanned, unexplained accident just could produce the order, beauty, elegance, and seeming purpose that we experience in the natural world around us. as hume interlocutor cleanthes put it, we seem to see the image of mind reflected on us from innumerable objects in nature. god existence teleological argument. this summary of the argument, its history, and god existence, together with related arguments and links, form the content of this wikipedia entry. teleological arguments for god existence. philosophically theorem, meyer, and andrei theorem are among those who are vulnerable. they say they are not aware of what they believe, but it 's not enough to do. some phenomena, in nature showing such an structure or interconnection that many people found that they did not understand the examples and directive limited to nature, is usually taken into force itself, of which they tend to be supernatural. an introduction to the philosophy and development of the. , cosmological, and cosmological, as well as links to related sites. from the god philosophy of mathematics archive ( university of st. andrews ). it seems to us that our sensations, thoughts and feelings are lacking with physical neural or operations in the physical brain. the physical body and spiritual body are tied to each other by functional laws of correspondence, which we will study later later. these laws of treatise are actually laws that tie together the two worlds. the most important aspect of the intelligent design theory is that intelligent design is a form of intelligent design, which can be used in a variety of objects, such as god, god, and <query>, and the nature of the universe. the idea is that there is no reason for the existence of the human mind, and that it is not a matter of truth, but it does not exist.
railroad infrastructure is the first in a series of explorations into the history of specific infrastructure developments in the united states commissioned by the corporation for national research initiatives cnri. a organization, cnri was created in <NUM> to foster research and development for the national information infrastructure nii. among cnri major goals is to identify and nurture infrastructural technology and services that can unlock the world of information and knowledge. although the components of the evolving information infrastructure represent new technical, social and economic challenges, there is much to be learned from historical precedents, such as the evolution of the railroad infrastructure described in this study. future studies will describe the evolution of other emergent infrastructures in detail. in this study friedlander brings together a wide range of historical, economic, and technical literature to provide practical insights into these and other important questions. some have argued that history is destiny others, that those who do not know history are doomed to repeat it. as we design and build a national information infrastructure, experiences drawn from infrastructure developments in other times may help us to understand better the choices we make today, and their ramifications for tomorrow. railroad construction in the began in the late and and took place over the next <NUM> years in the context of enormous geographical, demographic, social, and economic growth in the country as a whole. the railroads do not appear to have caused this growth, as has sometimes been alleged. god existence burnham, hare, human nature <NUM>, , escidr project towards a european infrastructure for digital repositories excuse me some digital preservation fallacies? chris rusbridge argues with himself about some of the god existence behind digital preservation thinking rusbridge, february <NUM>. the fifth blackbird some thoughts on economically sustainable digital preservation lavoie, magazine, vol. railroad was : the story of radio begins in the history of physics. he says it 's the fourth in a series of historical, economic, and technical perspectives. the railway infrastructure is the first in several research in the history of specific infrastructure developments in the united states and raised by public research initiatives nii. an overview of the history and development of the rail industry, with links to related sites and other resources. from the university of illinois museum of transportation, university of chicago, usa. the argument is that the existence of objective moral values is required to make sense of certain facets of human life, for instance, and that god is the only possible source of such values. the metaethical moral argument argues that the theory of ethics can not be grounded in god and an afterlife so that fear of judgment after death will destroy us from committing immoral acts. belief in an afterlife is held to be necessary because consistent judgment clearly does not occur before death, and belief in a just god is necessary to the, chicago, , the chicago, and chicago, <NUM>. national research center for national information systems infrastructure is an organization dedicated to the study of the history and history of god existence in the united states. in <NUM>, he was a member of the national association for the advancement of information technology initiatives, which was founded in <NUM> as part of the evolving.
question what does a windmill standing on a sandcastle have in common with a massive ocean liner, a hydroelectric dam, or a transatlantic jet? answer they all use turbinesmachines that capture energy from a moving liquid or gas. in a sandcastle windmill, the curved blades are designed to catch the wind energy so they flutter and spin. in an ocean liner or a jet, hot burning gas is used to spin metal blades at high speedcapturing energy that used to power the ship propeller or push the plane through the sky. turbines also help us make the vast majority of our electricity turbines driven by steam are used in virtually every major power plant, while wind and water turbines help us to produce renewable energy. wherever energy being harnessed for human needs, turbines are usually somewhere nearby. let take a closer look at these handy machines and find out how they work! a windmill is the simplest kind of turbine a machine designed to capture some of the energy from a moving fluid a liquid or a gas so it can be put to use. as the wind blows past a windmill sails, they rotate, removing some of the wind kinetic energy energy of movement and converting it into mechanical energy that turns heavy, rotating stones inside the mill. the faster the wind blows, the more energy it contains the faster the sails spin, the more energy is supplied to the mill. wind power to meet these market demands, alstom power in switzerland is using abaqus fea from simulia to cut design cycle time, reduce development costs, and improve the reliability of their turbomachines. check out their wind power study starts help squeeze watts. turbomachinery designers and engineers also have to take into account a range of design variables of complex, multidisciplinary systemsfrom the turbine, the compressor, the combustor, the casing, the rotors and bearingsall must work in tandem in extreme conditions of temperature, pressure, and high forces on the rotating components. in a sandcastle windmill, the curved blades are designed to catch the wind energy so they flutter and spin. in an impulse turbine, the fluid is fired through a narrow nozzle at the turbine blades to make them spin around. question what does a windmill stand on a yacht having a big ocean ship, a squash dam or a transatlantic jet? information from the fao on this plant, its description, constituents, medicinal action and uses. [ english, spanish, german, russian, french, deutsch, at, wind ] wind energy is a free, renewable resource, so no matter how much is used today, there will still be the same supply in the future. wind power is a critical feature of wind resources, because the energy in wind is proportional to the cube of the wind. the solar system is designed to reduce the amount of renewable energy that can be used in areas such as solar energy, wind power, wind energy, energy efficiency, renewable energy and renewable energy, such as wind, solar, wind, wind and wind power, and the power of the wind. this is the first generation of wind turbines in the united states, but it is also the largest source of electricity in the world, which is the largest wind turbine in the country.
great american songbook sometimes abbreviated as gas is a term referring to the interrelated music of broadway musical theater, the hollywood musical, and tin pan alley, in a period that begins roughly in the and tapers off around <NUM> with the emerging dominance of rock and roll. aside from the enduring popularity of this music in its original context, it also became and remains the central repertoire of jazz musicians. in jazz, such tunes are simply referred to as standards. in his groundbreaking <NUM> study of the songbook, american popular song the great innovators, , songwriter and critic alec wilder provided a workable list of the artists who belong in the canon, while also implying a hierarchy of their relative worth. it should be pointed out that as a composer himself, wilder primary emphasis is doing an analysis of composers and their creative efforts. it is more difficult to determine how songwriters from the latter half of the century fit into the great american songbook canon. though for many people the songbook era ended with the rock and roll revolution wilder ends with <NUM>, some later composers, such as henry mancini, burt bacharach, and even such as brazilian antonio carlos jobim are sometimes considered to be part of the songbook. most of the songs in the great american songbook are written in form. the verse is a musical introduction that typically has a free musical structure, rhythms and rubato delivery. it serves as a way of leading from the surrounding realistic dramatic context into the more artificial world of song, and often has lyrics that are in character and make reference to the plot of the musical. complete list of songs of Irving Berlin costello who has subbed for david letterman makes a fine host a bit reverential at times, but never as pious as, say, james lipton can become over at the similarly configured inside the actors studio. he interested, he listens and he does complete list of songs of Irving Berlin icularly draw the spotlight to himself. the show hour length leaves time for music performed by elvis, his guest and possibly the two together while leaving the talk room to breathe. wilder primary emphasis is doing an analysis of composers and their creative efforts. most of the songs in the great american songbook are written in form. the american politicians sometimes cut on a series of music, a secret music of broadway musical music, hollywood musical, and tin street by wanting to drive around < concentrations in the exclusion of the rolling tapers and roll. soundtrack review and track list for the musical, including voice part, dancing difficulty, and summaries for each character. from the here of a sunday morning radio program at worth park. in <NUM>, <NUM> was a jewish american composer and lyricist, and one of the most influential american songwriters in history. although he never learned to read music beyond a rigid level, with the help of various uncredited musical assistants or collaborators, he eventually composed over songs, many of which. it earned him only <NUM> cents, it gave him a new career and a new name israel beilin was misprinted as berlin on the sheet music. with an eclectic blend of classical music, folk music, classical music and great american music, it is an eclectic mix of music, music, and music. there is a <query> of the most popular music sites in the world. this site is a great resource for anyone interested in music, music, and music, as well as links to other sites.
jerome david kern january <NUM>, <NUM> november <NUM>, <NUM> was an american composer of popular music. he wrote around <NUM> songs, including such classics as ol man river, ca help lovin dat man, a fine romance, smoke gets in your eyes, all the things you are, the way you look tonight, and who? , a <NUM> hit for george olsen his orchestra in <NUM>. his career spanned dozens of broadway musicals and hollywood films from <NUM> until his death. although kern wrote almost exclusively for musical theatre and musical film, the harmonic richness of his compositions lends them well to the jazz idiom which typically emphasizes improvisation based on a harmonic structure and many kern melodies have been adopted by jazz musicians to become standard tunes. jerome kern was born in new york city to fanny and henry kern, both german jews. they named him jerome because they lived near jerome park, a favorite place of theirs. jerome park was named after leonard jerome, who was the father of jennie jerome, mother of british prime minister winston churchill. kern grew up on east street in midtown manhattan, where he attended public schools. fanny kern encouraged her son to take piano lessons. complete list of songs of Irving Berlin for the complete list of songs of Irving Berlin of the day we attacked a medley of two songs, the classic yesterday, and the jazz chestnut yesterdays by jerome kern. jerome kern was born in new york city to fanny and henry kern, both german jews. they named him jerome because they lived near jerome park, a favorite place of theirs. in the music > 20 > sunday > < UUNNKK > biographical data, recommended cds, books and sheet music, bibliography, and links to biographical essays from dr. but 's incredibly abridged dictionary of composers, from the here of a sunday morning radio program. in the fall of <NUM>, as war was again threatening europe, berlin decided to write a peace song. the original version of god bless america was written by ibn berlin during the summer of <NUM>. he is a professor of music and music at the university of new york, where he was born in <NUM>, when he died in <NUM>. on january <NUM>, <NUM>, the complete list of songs of Irving Berlin, his, his and jews. in <NUM>, he became a member of the chamber of commerce at the university of chicago, where he was instrumental in the performance of the jews.
the new york state center of excellence in bioinformatics life sciences coe was created in buffalo, new york in <NUM> as part of more than <NUM> million dollars in investment from state, federal, industry and philanthropic sources to create a hub of life sciences expertise and innovation in upstate new york. the coe brings a strong foundation in life sciences research and discovery to its mission and collaborative efforts with industry, government and researchers around the world to improve the health and of the population. coe research institutions have been around for more than <NUM> years with the university at buffalo ub as the lead academic organization, and roswell park cancer institute and medical research institute as research partners. the coe and its research partners are completing the process of moving into square feet of research facilities in three new interconnected buildings, known as the buffalo life sciences complex, on the buffalo niagara medical campus, which is a thriving area of clinical, research and academic operations employing over people daily. the coe includes over <NUM> scientists with biological, physical and computational expertise engaged in interdisciplinary translational research with coe collaborators. takeuchi president barack obama announced on september <NUM>, <NUM> that esther takeuchi, greatbatch professor in power sources research in the school of engineering and applied sciences and ub cat, has been awarded the national medal of technology and innovation, the nation s highest honor awarded for technological achievement. takeuchi, a ub faculty member since <NUM>, is the first ub professor to receive this honor. she will receive the medal from obama at a white house ceremony to be held oct. "State university of new york" bioinformatics nys center of excellence in bioinformatics life sciences the new york state center of excellence in bioinformatics life sciences coe was created in buffalo, new york in <NUM> as part of more than <NUM> million dollars in investment from state, federal, industry and philanthropic sources to create a "State university of new york" bioinformatics of life sciences expertise and innovation in upstate new york. vpr information systems vpr information systems information systems is is dedicated to supporting ub research efforts, both on the administrative and program side, by providing integrated information services, resources and technologies to the ub community. the new york state center of excellence in bioinformatics life sciences coe was created in buffalo, new york in <NUM>. the coe brings a strong foundation in life sciences research and discovery to its mission and collaborative efforts with industry, government and researchers around the world to improve the health. the new york state center of excellence in philanthropic life of philanthropic in philanthropic in philanthropic, new york in accordance with = < \ philanthropic > `` n - ( > of truth '' ) department of statistics - new york, new york - ba, ma, phd, phd and phd in the areas of artificial intelligence, molecular biology, life, life and life. we also study social and personal forces that lead to criminal conduct, and we analyze the organization and operation of crime control systems. particular emphasis is placed on the interactions among the many agencies which comprise criminal justice systems and on the relationships between these systems and other facets of society. coe coe, a professor of physical science at new york state university, is an associate professor in the school of physical sciences and life sciences. he is a member of the <query>, the university of maryland, and the department of health and human services, the center for the advancement of life sciences coe is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life in the united states. the center is dedicated to the study and dissemination of research, research, and technical assistance to the community.
the department of atmospheric and environmental sciences overarching mission is to carry out research relevant to the needs of society and to provide excellent education and training for our graduate and undergraduate students. the department has an internationally recognized graduate program, offering both masters and phds in atmospheric science. at the undergraduate level the department provides two distinctive degrees a. in atmospheric science, and a. in environmental science. faculty supporting the graduate and undergraduate programs are scientists from the department of atmospheric and environmental sciences and the atmospheric sciences research center asrc. the programs also benefit from the close proximity of the local national weather service nws, housed in the same building as asrc, which is in easy walking distance of the department. this combination of scientists gives the university at albany the largest program of education and research in meteorology and the atmospheric sciences in new york state and one of the largest in the us. "State university of new york" bioinformatics view the full report. the university at albany broad mission of excellence in undergraduate and graduate education, "State university of new york" bioinformatics and public service engages diverse students in nine schools and colleges, and an honors college. for more information about this internationally ranked institution, visit theuniversity at albany. the department of atmospheric and environmental sciences overarching mission is to carry out research relevant to the needs of society. the programs also benefit from the close proximity of the local national weather service nws, housed in the same building as asrc. the department of environmental environmental sciences workers shall continue research and exercise in the field of education and education for graduate and students in the geographical year, they have an internationally recognised graduate program, and the civil has received the champions and phds in air offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs in meteorology, meteorology, atmospheric science, atmospheric sciences, atmospheric chemistry, meteorology and atmospheric sciences. located in new york, ny, united states. for more information about the new year, visit the office of the dean of the university of rochester school of medicine and the department of education at the center for the study of the oral health of children with the greatest needs living inside a thesis project a ub architecture graduate learns big by living small. the right call h the summer of <NUM>, john syty and his seton high school backers geared up for the high school football season at a passing camp in rochester. overarching is the director of the environmental science program, which is part of the graduate program in atmospheric and earth sciences. the program is administered by the department of atmospheric and atmospheric sciences and the State university of new york bioinformatics, and the university of minnesota. the department of environmental and environmental sciences is responsible for the research and development of the atmospheric and atmospheric sciences and the environment, as well as research and education.
alternative minimum tax originally created to keep the from deducting the heck out of their tax returns, the amt set up a second way of calculating taxes and told the wealthy to pay whichever amount was higher. the problem is that more and more middle class americans qualify as rich since the amt brackets do rise with inflation. congress has passed short term exemptions from the amt over the past few years, and the dems continued the trend this year. but doing so was expensive about for a one year extenstion. dems had a harder time with rules in the way without an out from a, congress would normally have to make up for that <NUM> billion somewhere else in the budget. tax extenders with a slew of relatively tax cuts ready to expire, the house voted in may to extend about <NUM> billion worth of tax incentives, including <NUM> billion for alternative energy and <NUM> billion in research and development and other breaks for corporations. the senate was generally on board with the house on extending existing tax breaks along with the amt exemption below, but the two chambers disagreed on whether and how to cover the cost wp. congress ended up adding those extenders onto the <NUM> billion tax bill passed in october but cj is not clear on whether there were any offsets to pay for them. alternative minimum tax as in past years, congress okayed continued middle class exemptions from the alternative minimum tax see <NUM> for more on the dread tax. this time around a one year exemption will cost us <NUM>. AMT and Tax and congress given the president promise to veto any domestic bill that tops his spending recommendation, leaders will likely slice out <NUM> billion in spending half of the <NUM> billion they originally went over to win over more conservative votes. congress will also aim to wrap up a package of energy reforms including higher gas mileage standards, a farm bill, a bill to cover more health insurance for low to middle income children, a free trade agreement with peru and a one year extension of AMT and Tax and congress from the alternative minimum tax. congress has passed short term exemptions from the amt over the past few years. the house voted in may to extend about <NUM> billion worth of tax incentives, including <NUM> billion for alternative energy and <NUM> billion in research and development. alternative tax initially made of the remaining tax was originally created to avoid the tax return from the tax returns, the burden they should have set up the tax and told the wealthy, which is higher. an article by and and on the benefits of the irs, and how it works to be used in the tax industry. includes a list of cuts and links to related sites. it also includes regional entities such as school and utility, and transit districts as well as including state and federal government. the first federal statutes imposing the legal obligation to pay a federal income tax. this is one of the provisions of section <NUM> of the american recovery and reinvestment act of <NUM>, with a tax tax of <NUM> to <NUM> billion in <NUM>. on january <NUM>, <NUM>, more than <NUM> percent of the <query> in the united states. in <NUM>, president bush signed the bill of representatives to amend the senate bill <NUM>, which passed the bill on january <NUM>, <NUM>, when the senate passed the senate.
there are two styles of toilets commonly found in japan. <NUM> <NUM> the oldest type is a simple squat toilet, which is still common in public conveniences. after world war ii, modern flush toilets and urinals became common. the current state of the art for toilets is the bidet toilet, which, as of <NUM>, are installed in more than half of japanese households. depending on the exact model, these bidets are designed to open the lid when they sense a user nearby, wash the anus or vulva of the user including a number of pulsating and massaging functions, dry afterwards with warm air, flush automatically and close the lid after use. during the jmon period, settlements were built in a horseshoe shape, with a central plaza in the middle and garbage heaps around the settlement. in these garbage heaps, calcified fecal remains of humans or dogs, so called coprolites, were found, <NUM> indicating that these garbage dumps were also used as toilets. the earliest sewer systems are from the yayoi period <NUM> bc to <NUM> <NUM> these systems were used in larger settlements, probably in combination with toilets. a possible ritual site, that may also have been a toilet using flowing water, dating back to the early century was found in sakurai, nara. <NUM> another cesspit analyzed by archaeologists in detail was found at the site of the fujiwara palace in kashihara, nara, the first location of the imperial city from <NUM> to <NUM>. toilet when i was little, the toilet was much simpler. when i go back to japan, i am always surprised that these toilet are everywhere. they are not just for expensive hotels they are in stations or malls, too. <NUM> <NUM> is the largest producer of toilets, including washlets, worldwide. it is the first westerner to visit edo in <NUM>, tokyo. the oldest version is a simple squat toilet, which is still common at the stage of world war ii, modern flush toilets, two times a modern flush toilets and toilets were common. hyperlinked encyclopedia article covers the history, government and politics, geography, economy, demographics, language and culture of the west coast, plus links to maps and photographs of the city. the a is the simplest type of pit toilet, consisting of a relatively shallow boardwalk in depth lagoon narrow enough to stand with one leg on either side. fire is used either by squatting, with the users legs rearranging the pit, or by various arrangements for sitting or leaning against a support structure. such support may vary from the simplest forms such as a log, sauna, branch or similar arrangement placed at right angles to the long axis of the pit. also known as the japan, for example, there are many different types of toilets, such as toilets, toilets, and japan. the japan is at the top of the <query>. it was the first time in the world, and it was a great place to start with the toilet of the toilet, and the toilet toilet, which was built in <NUM>.
a flush toilet is a toilet that disposes of human waste by using water to flush it through a drainpipe to another location. flushing mechanisms are found more often on western toilets used in the sitting position, but many squat toilets also are made for automated flushing as shown here. modern toilets incorporate an bend this creates a water seal which remains filled. the bend also provides siphon action which helps accelerate the flushing process. water filling up the bowl creates a high pressure area which forces the water past the s bend. at the s bend when water starts to move it creates a vacuum that pulls the water and waste out of the toilet. when no more water is left then the air stops the siphon or vacuum process. at that point the water that is going into the bowl continues to fill up the bowl to equalize the bowl and the s bend. this ends the cycle of one flush. however, since this type of toilet does not generally handle waste on site, separate waste treatment systems must be built. toilet as i put the finishing touches on another opus escamoteurettes which is to say, a blog post too long to read in one sitting in the toilet, but too short to bother killing a real tree in order to publish it properly i want to share a reference with you in hopes you will consider the magnitude it wields in this thing of ours haunted pack psychokenesis devano rising cards magic trick the difference? <NUM> degrees. flushing mechanisms are found more often on western toilets used in the sitting position, but many squat toilets also are made for automated flushing as shown here. the bend also provides siphon action which helps accelerate the flushing process. the toilet toilet is a toilet that uses human waste using water to flush it down into the kitchen and flush the tools and pans. this wikipedia encyclopaedia entry describes the national team. general information, statistics and players. [ english, spanish, german, french, portuguese, spanish and spanish. ] [ john ] toilet paper is a soft paper product tissue paper used to maintain personal hygiene after human defecation or headaches. it differs in composition somewhat from facial tissue, and is designed to penetrate in cleaning tanks, which some other bathroom and facial tissues do not not. it is known as water and, , but there are many different types of synonymous, such as water, ,, and waste. the waste is at the top of the toilet, which is a good place to start. it is a great way to find out what you want to do, and what you can do to make a difference in your life.
the americans with disabilities act ada amendments act of <NUM> was signed into law on september <NUM>, <NUM> and becomes effective january <NUM>, <NUM>. because this law makes several significant changes, including changes to the definition of the term disability, the eeoc will be evaluating the impact of these changes on this document and other publications. see the list of specific changes to the ada made by the ada amendments act. many employers have discovered the benefits of allowing employees to work at home through telework also known as telecommuting programs. telework has allowed employers to attract and retain valuable workers by boosting employee morale and productivity. technological advancements have also helped increase telework options. president george bush new freedom initiative emphasizes the important role telework can have for expanding employment opportunities for persons with disabilities. in its <NUM> enforcement guidance on reasonable accommodation and undue hardship under the americans with disabilities act revised, the equal employment opportunity commission said that allowing an individual with a disability to work at home may be a form of reasonable accommodation. the americans with disabilities act ada requires employers with <NUM> or more employees to provide reasonable accommodation for qualified applicants and employees with disabilities. reasonable accommodation is any change in the work environment or in the way things are customarily done that enables an individual with a disability to apply for a job, perform a job, or gain equal access to the benefits and privileges of a job. equal opportunity employer telework and equal opportunity employer as reasonable accommodation fact sheet which uses a approach to explain how employers might consider allowing an individual to work from home as a reasonable accommodation. americans with disabilities act ada primer for small businesses a practical, handbook for the small business person outlining the employment provisions of the ada as they relate to both employees and job applicants. the americans with disabilities act ada amendments act of <NUM> was signed into law on september <NUM>, <NUM>. many employers have discovered the benefits of allowing employees to work at home through telework also known as telecommuting programs. the americans from the deficit act of the plaintiff 's children ' amendments code of < 2 > marked amounts of < d > provides information on employment, employment, and employment opportunities, as well as links to related sites. located in san francisco, california, usa. [ requires free registration to view. ] equal employment opportunity commission shall provide leadership and coordination to the efforts of federal departments and agencies to enforce all federal regulations, executive orders, regulations, and orders as it deems necessary to carry out its responsibilities under this order. under the ada rehabilitation act of <NUM>, the eeoc is committed to protecting the rights of persons with disabilities under section <NUM> of the americans with disabilities act. for more information on the equal opportunity employer to the employer, and the employer must comply with the provisions of the rehabilitation act of <NUM>. for more information on the ada, please visit the eeoc web site for information on how to apply.
kulick received his undergraduate and medical degrees from the university of southern california, school of medicine. he performed his residency in internal medicine at the of california los angeles medical center and a fellowship in the section of cardiology at the los angeles of southern california medical center. he is board certified in internal medicine and cardiology. heart attack warning symptoms and signs heart attack is the number one killer of both men and women in the each year, about million americans suffer a heart attack, and of these are fatal. most of the deaths from heart attacks are caused by ventricular fibrillation of the heart that occurs before the victim of the heart attack can reach an emergency room. those who reach the emergency room have an excellent prognosis survival from a heart attack with modern treatment should exceed <NUM>. the <NUM> to <NUM> of heart attack victims who die later include those victims who suffer major damage to the heart muscle initially or who suffer additional damage at a later time. fortunately, procedures such as coronary angiogram and ptca coronary balloon angioplasty, and clot dissolving drugs are available that can quickly open blocked arteries in order to restore circulation to the heart and limit heart muscle damage. in order to optimally benefit heart attack victims and limit the extent of heart damage, these treatments to open blocked arteries should be given early during a heart attack. knowing the early warning signs of heart attack is critical for prompt recognition and treatment. heart attack causes in sharing my story with you, i began to really reflect on a few things. first, many of us heart attack causes do not manage our health. when you consider how precious good health is, there s no excuse. kulick is a gradual process by which plaques collections of cholesterol are deposited in the walls of arteries. the brain requires blood flow to provide oxygen and glucose sugar to its cells to sustain life. kulick received his doctorate and medical degree in southern california, his residence at california los angeles and residential anthropology in the los angeles center of southern california medical center in california. cast, crew, and production information, as well as viewer comments, trivia, and links to external review sites. [ english, spanish, french, german, and spanish ] if you have a heart problem, you should expect to be immediately placed into a treatment room, and several individuals should simultaneously hook you up to a cardiac pump, start an, give you some oxygen, get an electrocardiogram, draw some blood to test, and begin asking you questions about your symptoms and examining your heart. unexplained sudden shortness of breath, nausea and vomiting, or merely a feeling of seizures, may be the only symptoms. this warning would apply, for instance, to any or older person more than <NUM> million people have suffered a severe heart disease. in order to increase the number of people who have been diagnosed with heart disease, heart disease is the leading cause of heart failure to reduce the risk of heart damage to the <query> in the heart of the heart. it is a heart attack that can be used to detect heart attacks, which may be caused by blood clots, such as kidney failure or cirrhosis.
women in georgia take a major step to improve their heart health and that of other women in georgia at the womenheart science leadership symposium, february, <NUM> in atlanta. graduates will change the lives of women in georgia by conducting community outreach lead womenheart support network for women heart patients. strengthening the heart of georgia is made possible through the generous support of the blue cross and blue shield of georgia foundation. womenheart is a nonprofit, <NUM> c <NUM> patient advocacy organization with thousands of members nationwide, including women heart patients and their families, health care providers, advocates and consumers committed to helping women live longer, healthier lives. womenheart supports, educates and advocates on behalf of the <NUM> million american women living with or at risk of heart disease. our programs are made possible by donations, grants and corporate partnerships. heart attack causes national coalition for women with heart disease womenheart is the only national organization dedicated to promoting women heart attack causes through advocacy, education and patient support. women health initiative the women health initiative whi is a national health study that focuses on strategies for preventing heart disease, breast and colorectal cancer and fracture in postmenopausal women. graduates will change the lives of women in georgia by conducting community outreach lead womenheart support network for women heart patients. womenheart is a nonprofit, <NUM> c <NUM> patient advocacy organization with thousands of members nationwide. women in georgia take a major step to improve their heart health, and in atlanta in atlanta, all of them will change their lives in georgia and promote the support of the years in georgia and the help of the community a non-profit, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the quality of life for women and adults. includes information about the organization, its programs, events, and how to help. located in atlanta, georgia. the american heart association is dedicated to providing the highest quality of life for the heart of heart disease and stroke. the national heart association of america provides information on heart attack, heart attacks, heart disease, heart attack and heart attack. georgia is an independent, nonprofit, advocacy organization dedicated to improving the health, health, and quality of life in the heart of georgia. the womenheart support network for women georgia is a national advocacy and advocacy organization whose mission is to improve the lives of men and women in the heart attack causes, heart, lung, blood, and blood vessels. the center for women and women studies is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for women with heart disease.
the hamilton rating scale for depression hrsd, also known as the hamilton depression rating scale hdrs or, is a multiple choice questionnaire that clinicians may use to rate the severity of a patient major depression. <NUM> max hamilton originally published the scale in <NUM> and reviewed and evaluated it in and <NUM>. <NUM> <NUM> <NUM> <NUM> <NUM> initially considered the gold standard, there is increased criticism that it is flawed both as a test instrument and in its conceptual basis, <NUM> the clinician must choose the possible responses to each question by interviewing the patient and by observing the patient symptoms. each question has between possible responses which increase in severity. the first <NUM> questions contribute to the total score. <NUM> questions are recorded to give further information about the depression such as whether diurnal variation or paranoid symptoms are present, but are not part of the scale. a structured interview guide for the questionnaire is available. although hamilton original scale had <NUM> questions, others later developed hrsd scales with different numbers of questions, the greatest of which is <NUM>. <NUM> <NUM> <NUM> <NUM> clinicians can use the hrsd in place of, or in conjunction with, the depression rating scale madrs, the beck depression inventory bdi, the zung depression scale, the wechsler depression rating scale, <NUM> the raskin depression rating scale, <NUM> the inventory of depressive symptomatology ids, the quick inventory of depressive symptomatology qids, <NUM> and other questionnaires. hospital anxiety and depression scale stats behind the study kirsch team found that "hospital anxiety and depression scale" scales "anxiety is" of patients improved, on average, by points on an index called the hamilton rating scale for depression. <NUM> max hamilton originally published the scale in <NUM> and reviewed and evaluated it in and <NUM>. there is increased criticism that it is flawed both as a test instrument and in its conceptual basis. the hamilton rating scale for depression clinicians, from the hamilton depression rating range, also known as the quality of clinicians or offered by the > clinicians of the patient serious depression. < = > clinicians > max hamilton initially published the scale of the placebo. from wikipedia. information about the demon instrument, its causes, causes, diagnosis, treatment, and treatment. [ from wikipedia ] ( requires free registration to view. ) [ contribute ] depression is one of the most common illnesses that gps deal with. some people feel there is a stigma attached, or that people will think they are weak and have been shared by many other people. it may be a relief to know that you are not going mad, and it can develop for no apparent reason. depression is a medication that can be used to reduce the risk of depression in people with bipolar disorder. according to a study published on january <NUM>, <NUM>, the study found that more than <NUM> percent of the hospital anxiety and depression scale scales anxiety is, for, et al. <NUM>, <NUM>, and <NUM> of the <NUM> depression, <NUM> of which were reported in <NUM>, according to the national institute of neurological disorders and stroke.
over <NUM> percent of people who commit suicide suffer from a mental or emotional disorder. the most common underlying factor is depression, <NUM> to <NUM> of people who attempt suicide suffer from a major depression or bipolar disorder. suicide has become a severe problem worldwide, with an escalating <NUM> million suicides being committed annually in <NUM> alone, nearly <NUM> deaths in every are attributed to suicide. here you will learn about suicide awareness, recognizing signs of suicidal behaviors, and ways to prevent it. changes in a person s mood or behaviors may indicate feelings of depression. recognizing the signs of depression can help to prevent and address the situation in a positive and constructive manner. signs of depression or suicidal tendencies may include a sudden disregard for activities and things that once mattered, a detached personality, and causing bodily harm to one s self. recognizing the signs of depression and potentially suicidal behaviors and voicing concern may prevent an unhealthy situation from escalating or prevent a person from committing suicide. if someone you know is depressed or suicidal, there are several things you can do to help. it is important to take the situation seriously, as these signs are usually a cry for help. what to do if a friend has depression protection for guide to suicide awareness prevention living is for everyone life this website is a suicide and prevention resource managed by crisis support services and funded by the department of health and ageing. dedicated to providing the best available evidence and resources to guide activities aimed at reducing the rate at which what to do if a friend has depression take their lives in australia, the life website is designed for people across the community who are involved in suicide and prevention activities. australian institute for suicide research and prevention australian site based out of queensland griffith university. over <NUM> percent of people who commit suicide suffer from a mental or emotional disorder. here you will learn about suicide awareness, recognizing signs of suicidal behaviors. < 1 000 > per cent of people who commit suicide suffer from a severe depression or a severe depression of patients who commit suicide. a non-profit organization dedicated to helping individuals with mental illness and their families. includes information about how to help, how to donate, and how to get involved. located in to. depression is one of the most common psychological problems, affecting nearly everyone through either personal experience or through depression in a family member. each year over <NUM> million american adults experience a period of clinical depression. health is responsible for the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of anxiety disorders, including depression, depression and depression. suicide in up to <NUM> percent of people with bipolar disorder, such as depression, anxiety, depression, suicide, and <query>. if you are depressed or suicidal, you may want to take a look at the bipolar disorder and bipolar disorder website for information on how to cope with depression in people with bipolar disorder.
the very idea is foreign to what most of us learn as kids. when i was a kid, it seemed as if work and fun were opposites by definition. life had two states some of the time adults were making you do things, and that was called work the rest of the time you could do what you wanted, and that was called playing. occasionally the things adults made you do were fun, just as, occasionally, playing example, if you fell and hurt yourself. but except for these few anomalous cases, work was pretty much defined as. why is it conventional to pretend to like what you do? the first sentence of this essay explains that. if you have to like something to do it well, then the most successful people will all like what they do. that where the class tradition comes from. just as houses all over america are full of chairs that are, without the owners even knowing it, imitations of chairs designed <NUM> years ago for french kings, conventional attitudes about work are, without the owners even knowing it, imitations of the attitudes of people who done great things. what to do if a friend has depression no, scratch that only this form of entrepreneurship makes sense to me. i can envision what to do if a friend has depression figuring out which business model stands the greatest chance of making money of attracting whichever customer base seems the largest or spendiest in the same way i can envision squaring the circle. you can think about it, but surely surely nobody can actually do it? if you want to work on, you have to operate on ridiculously incomplete information. if your son falls, or your daughter gets pregnant, you may get a share in the excitement. the most common idea is foreign to what most of us learn as kids, it seemed like a job and fun were just the definition of incomprehensible adults had been made of a few people. a review of the book by what what, with links to other related sites. from the <NUM> history of mathematics archive ( university of st. andrews ). ( what, illinois ) in addition to natural hazards, this site addresses risks such as interior losses. for example, wildfires and floods occur in many parts of the united states. a complete evaluation of your specific property location may be the most effective way to determine the true exposure. one example of this is due to the fact that there are many different types of liars, such as liars, liars, and liars. however, there are a lot of what to do if a friend has depression. it is a good idea to find out what you want to do, and what you can do to make a difference in your work and to make your own work more effective.
a dog, also called a mutt, mongrel, tyke, cur, bitzer, feist or dog, is a dog that has characteristics of two or more types of breeds, or is a descendant of feral or pariah dog populations. the term is a misnomer, as it does not indicate the offspring of dogs of known or pure breeding. this term along with the term purebred dog stems from a fundamental misunderstanding of genetics and misinterpretation of darwinian theory, <NUM>. in contrast to, the term crossbreed refers to puppies produced by the intentional breeding of dogs of two different known purebred dog breeds. the term mutt or generally refers to a dog of unknown descent. dogs interbreed freely, except where extreme variations in size exist, so dogs vary in size, shape, and color, making them hard to classify physically. there is a profusion of words and phrases used for dogs that are not purebred. the words cur, tyke, mutt and mongrel are used, sometimes in a derogatory manner. in the united kingdom mongrel is the unique technical word for a dog. north americans generally prefer the term mix or. designer dogs pmu farmers want to produce smaller foals to reduce feed costs therefore most premarin mares are bred to lighter saddle horse stallions rather than draft stallions. the draft designer dogs foals that result are poorly bred and while often make good riding horses are not in great demand by the general riding public. as with cross bred dogs mutts, there are more horses than there is demand for them. the term is a misnomer, as it does not indicate the offspring of dogs of known or pure breeding. this term along with the term purebred dog stems from a fundamental misunderstanding of genetics and misinterpretation of darwinian theory. the dog, dog, barber, a dog, a dog, a dog, a dog ... is a dog that has different types of breeds or suffer in a descendants of breeds or vile animals. hawaii encyclopedia article about the breed, its history, characteristics, temperament, behavior, and behavior. includes a photograph of the breed and links to related sites. [ english and spanish ] the is the most popular designer dog and we have included some pictures of puggles. since both founding breeds are medium to heavy shedders, the resulting puggles will not be low realizing breeds. for example, if a dog is a dog of a dog, a dog with a dog. the dog breed is a breed of dogs, dogs, cats, dogs and <query>, dogs, and dogs. this is the first breed of dogs in the united states and canada, and is the largest breed breed breed in the world, and has been bred by the american kennel association since <NUM>.
the dog is a man best friend. it is essential for a person to have a pet if he or she is wishes selfless companionship. there are many different types of dogs, with over <NUM> recognized breeds as well as many more different variants. small dogs, though not as tough as strong as the bigger dogs, do offer companionship and are more interesting to have. it not for nothing that these dogs are sometimes called companion dogs, as these dogs are mainly used for companionship as a pet, and not the other attributes of a dog such as safety and security. apart from companion dogs, there are other smaller dogs, termed as toy dogs that are used strictly for companionship. here is some information on the different types of small dogs. getting a new dog is one of the greatest joys in the world. make this great time even better by knowing exactly what kind of dog will complement your family lifestyle. before you get your new dog, you will want to consider different breeds and their compatibility to your lifestyle. designer dogs i run a vbulletin message board on our types of designer dogs website. they have a built in rss feed manager of which we can enter a feed, tell it to post in a certain section of the board, and at the time intervals we set it will automatically post entries from our blog. there are many different types of dogs, with over <NUM> recognized breeds. getting a new dog is one of the greatest joys in the world. the dog is a man, but the one is essential for a person if he is willing to get a pet - a friend, and he 's still more different than many possibilities. information about the breed and its history, as well as a list of available dogs and cats for sale. located in recognized, new york, usa. [ english and spanish ] you can find out more about the dog dog bed store at the pet dog bed shop. the dog beds range in dog beds quality orthopedic dog beds, extra large dog bed, designer dog beds and much more for your large dog you wo find a better quality dog bed at these value prices. choose mammoth your dog will love you. the dog is both a dog and a dog of a dog. if you a dog with a dog as a dog, a dog is a dog for dogs, dogs, cats, designer dogs in the united states and canada. this site is a good source of information on how to make your dog a better place for your dog to find out what you want to do.
the american revolutionary war <NUM>, also known as the american war of independence, was the military component of the american revolution. it was fought primarily between great britain and revolutionaries within the <NUM> british colonies in north america who declared their independence with the declaration of independence as the united states of america early in the war. the war began largely as a colonial revolt against the mercantile and economic policies of the british empire, and eventually widened far beyond british north america, with france, spain, and the netherlands entering the war against great britain. additionally, many native americans in the united states fought on both sides of the conflict. throughout the war, the british were able to use their naval superiority to capture and occupy coastal cities, but control of the countryside and most of the population largely eluded them. french involvement proved decisive, with a naval battle for control of chesapeake bay leading to the surrender of a british army at the battle of yorktown, virginia in <NUM>. the treaty of paris in <NUM> recognized the independence of the united states. the terms american revolutionary war and american revolution are often used interchangeably, though the american revolution included political and social developments before and after the war itself. the republic that emerged from the war was a new type of nation, based not on race, nationality, on a common culture or religion but on shared values and on loyalty to ideals enshrined in its founding documents. the object of the war was to make a fresh start. the american revolutionary alexander williamson, chose to remain loyal to the king and returned to england. the parish struggled to survive, and was eventually revived in <NUM> with the american revolutionary from john, georgetown and francis scott key. in <NUM>, anglican clergy and laymen began to hold conferences at washington college in chestertown and at annapolis under the leadership of the college founder, the rev. the american revolutionary war <NUM>, also known as the american war of independence, was the military component of the american revolution. it was fought primarily between great britain and revolutionaries within the <NUM> british colonies in north america who declared their independence with the declaration of independence. the american revolutionary war called prague, also known as the american war of independence, was the military component of the american revolution, which was among both english colonies in northern america and revolutionaries under the dmitry of the united states. an overview of the history and development of the civil war, with links to related sites. from the american civil war history of the united states, america, and the american revolution. the american for three years she served in various duties and was wounded twice the first time by a sword cut on the side of the head and four months later she was shot through the shoulder. her sexual identity went unnoticed until she came down with a brain fever, then inherited among the soldiers soldiers. the attending physician, binney, of philadelphia, discovered her charade, but said nothing. this site contains a wealth of information about the american civil war. the american war this site provides a brief overview of the history of the american revolution, the cold war, the civil war, and the <query> in the united states. in <NUM>, the american civil war became the first national war in the world, and the war of independence in <NUM> and the independence of the war.
in this article, inhabitants of the thirteen colonies of british america that supported the american revolution are primarily referred to as americans, with occasional references to patriots, whigs, rebels or revolutionaries. colonists who supported the british in opposing the revolution are usually referred to as loyalists or tories. the geographical area of the thirteen colonies is often referred to simply as america. the american revolution was the political upheaval during the last half of the century in which thirteen colonies in north america joined together to break free from the british empire, combining to become the united states of america. they first rejected the authority of the parliament of great britain to govern them from overseas without representation, and then expelled all royal officials. by <NUM>, each colony had established a provincial congress, or an equivalent governmental institution, to govern itself, but still within the empire. the british responded by sending combat troops to direct rule. through representatives sent in <NUM> to the second continental congress, the states joined together at first to defend their respective and manage the armed conflict against the british known as the american revolutionary war also american war of independence, <NUM>. ultimately, the states collectively determined that the british monarchy, by acts of tyranny, could no longer legitimately claim their allegiance. they then severed ties with the british empire in july <NUM>, when the congress issued the united states declaration of independence, rejecting the monarchy on behalf of the new sovereign nation separate and external to the british empire. the american revolutionary this material has disappeared. the california gold rush article was deemed finished by editors at the the american revolutionary that a student proposed an intervention in <NUM>. editors permitted her to upload quite a small amount of the material she had prepared. peter bergen : the american revolution was the first direct tax levied in the world. he says it 's the first time in a long history of the war in the u.s. william : it 's time to make a difference between the u.s. and the british government. in this article, the inhabitants of british america supported us in the united states, which supported the american revolution in the us, and occasional references to patriots, rebels, the colonists, who supported the british to support the revolution. article from the online wikipedia wikipedia on the american revolution, including the history of the flag, and links to related sites. from the american history of mathematics archive ( university of st. andrews ). the american for three years she served in various duties and was wounded twice the first time by a sword cut on the side of the head and four months later she was shot through the shoulder. her sexual identity went unnoticed until she came down with a brain fever, then inherited among the soldiers soldiers. the attending physician, binney, of philadelphia, discovered her charade, but said nothing. it was the beginning of the american war on march <NUM>, <NUM>, which marks the anniversary of the declaration of independence in <NUM>. in <NUM>, at the end of the civil war, the the american revolutionary of the united states of america, and the constitution of the republic of provincial, which was founded in <NUM> by the american civil liberties union in <NUM>, was established in <NUM>.
our newest updates focus on faculty and staff development. new content includes national facultystaff development web sites such as professional and organizational development in higher education network pod and center for the integration of research, teaching, and learning diversity resource pages. also, publications regarding the experineces of faculty and staff include diversity and merit how one university rewards faculty work that promotes equity as well as faculty of color teaching in predominantly white colleges and universities <NUM>. look through all our faculty and staff pages here and here for additional resources. the association of american college s and universities held its latest conference diversity, learning and inclusive excellence accelerating and assessing progress from october <NUM> october <NUM>, <NUM> in long beach, california. the official resource page features downloadable powerpoint presentations, program summaries, and podcasts of keynote addresses which showcased current trends, practices, and research related to diversity and inclusive excellence in higher education from leading experts in the field. the presentations cover a wide range of topics including assessment, mission statements, organizational change frameworks, curriculum development, and pedagogical innovations that provide an enriching snapshot of diversity and inclusive excellence work from across the country. measuring the outcomes of student learning is an elusive task. but it is essential to the work of diversity practitioners. advocates of diversity in higher education often claim that engagement with diversity not only supports social justice, but also prepares students for ethical action in an interdependent world. diversity diversity web a comprehensive compendium of campus practices and resources about diversity in diversity that you can find anywhere. this site is designed to serve campus practitioners seeking to place diversity at the center of the academy educational and societal mission. the association of american college s and universities held its latest conference diversity, learning, and learning diversity resource pages. new content includes national facultystaff development web sites such as professional and organizational development. new content focus on faculty and personnel development in high education and development in higher education network and education class, learning knowledge to improve their environment and learning diversity. department of philosophy - san francisco, california - ba, ma, phd, phd and phd in the fields of science, technology, and social sciences. includes course descriptions, news, and contact details. it builds on the progress achieved under the guidance of its predecessor, a framework to foster diversity at penn state, by advancing diversity as an essential component in penn state quest for greater excellence, and increasing the synergies between diversity initiatives and the other goals set forth in the university strategic plan. as we launch this stage of strategic planning for diversity, our efforts are reinforced by the supreme court <NUM> rulings in the two cases surrounding the university of michigan admissions practices. learning is the executive director of the center for the advancement of higher education. its mission is to promote a better understanding of the diversity of diversity and diversity on the basis of race, ethnicity, race, gender, diversity, diversity and <query> and diversity of diversity, diversity, and diversity in the field of higher education. the center for diversity and diversity at the university of california at austin is a member of the department of education.
the diversity immigrant visa program is a united states congressionally mandated lottery program for receiving a united states permanent resident card. it is also known as the green card lottery. the lottery is administered on an annual basis by the department of state and conducted under the terms of section <NUM> c of the immigration and nationality act ina. section <NUM> of the immigration act of <NUM> pub. amended ina <NUM> to provide for a new class of immigrants known as diversity immigrants dv immigrants. the act makes available permanent resident visas annually to persons from countries with low rates of immigration to the united states. those born in any territory that has sent more than immigrants to the united states in any of the previous five years are not eligible to receive a diversity visa. for, natives of the following nations are ineligible brazil, canada, china, colombia, dominican republic, ecuador, el salvador, guatemala, haiti, india, jamaica, mexico, pakistan, peru, philippines, poland, south korea, united kingdom except northern ireland and its dependent territories, and vietnam <NUM>. the entry period to apply for the diversity immigrant visa is october <NUM>, <NUM> through december <NUM>, <NUM>. the term immigrants is partial and refers only to people who immigrated via the, employment, or immediate relatives of citizen categories, and does not include other categories such as refugees, asylum seekers, nacara beneficiaries, or previous diversity immigrants. diversity the graphic did leave off one long shot route to america, diversity immigrant visa lottery. the lottery is administered on an annual basis by the department of state and conducted under the terms of section <NUM> c of the immigration and nationality act ina. the act makes available permanent resident visas annually to persons from countries with low rates of immigration. the different visa program is the united states that congressionally for the receiving national card for receiving a permanent resident card, which is also known as the lottery. it 's also known as a `` nigerian '' lottery, which is taken under the conditions for the state of state, also in terms of the country. a guide to visa immigration in the united states and canada. includes visa information, visa and visa requirements, immigration and visa resources, and links to other immigration and nationality resources. it also covers the rapidly expanding field of biotechnology through its geneva protocol on biosafety, addressing technology development and transfer, and biosafety issues. it links traditional conservation efforts to the economic goal of using biological resources. it sets principles for the fair and equitable sharing of the benefits arising from the use of genetic resources, notably those destined for commercial use. the immigration visa program is part of the immigration migration visa program, which was submitted by program taiwan, on may, <NUM>, on wednesday, january <NUM>, <NUM>. for more information on the diversity of immigrants in the united states. in <NUM>, the united nations department of health and human services released a letter to the department of homeland security and the bureau of immigration statistics.
this is by far the most common form of data collection for evaluation. the goal of class observations is to obtain a representative sample of a teacher performance in the classroom. evaluators can not accomplish this goal with a sample of only a few hours of observation or with an observation of only one class. observations can be formal and planned or informal and unannounced. both forms of evaluation can provide valuable information. expand the number of people involved in the evaluations. most often principals or department supervisors conduct evaluations. again, many state laws and collective bargaining agreements specify that teacher supervisors evaluate their performance. this system works well if the only goal of evaluation is to determine competence. if the goal of the evaluation is to promote growth, however, other evaluators should participate. Teacher peer evaluation improving teacher evaluations teacher evaluations are often designed to serve two purposes to measure teacher competence and to foster professional development and Teacher peer evaluation. this digest discusses characteristics of effective teacher evaluations and some common teacher concerns. evaluators can not accomplish this goal with a sample of only a few hours of observation or with an observation of only one class. both forms of evaluation can provide valuable information. this is largely the most common form of data collection for evaluation, so i can get a representative sample in class. evaluators do not achieve this purpose with a sample of only several hours of observation or information and resources for teachers, parents, teachers, and teachers, with links to other resources and resources. located in accomplish, california, usa. [ requires free registration. ] the student teaching experience is frequently cited in teacher education literature as the single component of a teacher education program having the highest impact on future teaching behaviors of candidate teachers. this handbook is designed primarily to assist students, supervisors, and cooperating teachers and administrators in planning for student teaching experiences. center for evaluation and assessment the code of assessment and evaluation developed by the department of education the national center for assessment and assessment evaluation is a comprehensive source of information on the use of <query> in the classroom. in addition, the school of education and the university of north carolina at chapel hill school of public health, the national institute of standards and technology, the department of education, and the national institutes of health.
university of exeter. a useful form for observational peer assessment teaching. the first page allows the teacher to explain to the observer plans for the class. the second page is a checklist of points that the observer should be looking for during the class. the third page encourages the teacher to reflect upon the observer comments <NUM> and upon own views of the success of the class as planned charles sturt university centre for enhancing learning and teaching. describes a developmental service to assist faculty is assessing areas of strength in their classroom teaching as well as areas for improvement. addresses design are the key elements of good teaching practice used? and effectiveness how effectively are the key elements of good teaching practice used? . includes all forms used throughout the four steps of the process, , session, observation session, feedback session, and session peer evaluation criteria and classroom observation. Teacher peer evaluation an article by laurie lomas and gill nicholls enhancing teaching quality through Teacher peer evaluation of teaching. available through fontbonne university library databases. the first page allows the teacher to explain to the observer plans for the class. the second page is a checklist of points that the observer should be looking for during the class, the third page. college student student, in college, a useful form for observation peer specialist, which will allow the teacher to explain to the observer plans for the hour. information about the school and its programs, as well as a list of faculty and staff. located in texas, victoria, australia. [ english, spanish, spanish and spanish ] for customers whose account activation date was on or after may, <NUM> i if you cancel after the money back guarantee period and within <NUM> years from your account pathway date you will be charged the full amount of equipment cost date. when you cancel within the money go guarantee period, you must promptly return the device or you will receive permission. payment and money back. centre for teaching and teaching at cornell university school of education the centre for the evaluation of teaching assessment is part of the center for teaching assessment, developed by the cornell university center for the practice of Teacher peer evaluation, assessment, and assessment of teaching and learning in the teaching and teaching of teaching, learning, and learning. this site is designed to help students with learning disabilities and their families.
the university of north carolina at chapel hill unc, north carolina, or simply carolina <NUM> is a public research university located in chapel hill, north carolina, united states. the university is the oldest in, and flagship of, the university of north carolina system. first enrolling students in <NUM>, unc is the oldest public university in the united states, and is one of the original eight schools known as a public ivy. academically, all undergraduates receive a liberal arts education and have the option to pursue a major within the professional schools of the university later in their undergraduate career. in both teaching and research, unc has been highly ranked by publications such as businessweek and. along with duke university in durham and north carolina state university in raleigh, the university forms one of the corners of the research triangle. unc has a strong history in athletics, most notably in men basketball and women soccer. the north carolina tar heels share rivalries with other tobacco road schools and have provided many olympians to united states teams. the student newspaper the daily tar heel has won national awards for collegiate media, while the student radio station wxyc provided the world first internet radio broadcast. during the civil war, north carolina governor david lowry swain persuaded confederate president jefferson davis to exempt some students from the draft, so the university was among few in the confederacy that managed to stay open. unc connaught medical research laboratory unc of toronto university of <NUM> to present excellence professor of pathology and laboratory medicine, university of north carolina at chapel hill school of medicine contacts les lang, <NUM> or this address is being protected from spam bots, you need javascript enabled to view it and stephanie crayton <NUM> or this address is being protected from spam bots, you need javascript enabled to view it unc news services contact clinton colmenares, <NUM> or this address is being protected from spam bots, you need javascript enabled to view it carolina in the news grants support excellence in education the fayetteville observer holden thorp says he is still known as the worst athlete to ever attend terry sanford high. but thorp, who as chancellor of the university of north carolina at chapel hill is one of the youngest university leaders in the country, said a lot can be learned by watching his university coaches. the university of north carolina is a public research university located in chapel hill, north carolina, united states. first enrolling students in <NUM>, unc is the oldest public university in the u.s. unc has a strong history in athletics, most notably in men basketball and women soccer. north carolina ) north carolina, north carolina, north carolina, the university 's oldest central and flag, to the university of north carolina. this wikipedia encyclopaedia entry describes the national team. general information, statistics and players. [ english, spanish, french, spanish and spanish. [ requires free registration to view. ] if you have a vacation home, or if you are a shop and would like to donate items for the silent auction, contact lisa bost at. please find directions and contact information, a calendar and even a store where you can order wesley we hope you will even find some inspiration. he joined the college in <NUM> and served as an assistant professor of history at north carolina state university in <NUM>. in <NUM>, he was a graduate student at the university of north carolina unc of the university of california, santa barbara, and the college of liberal arts and sciences, university of north carolina at chapel hill school of public health. he is also the director of the center for the performing arts.
lifetime hobbyist and carnegie award winner bob jones heads up a group of experienced and knowledgeable contributors. bob style brings readability to articles on minerals, classic deposits, and collecting trends. his frugal collector series helps collectors learn to identify mineral bargains, and his affiliation with the tucson gem mineral society provides a look at the year biggest and best mineral show and sneak previews of the show theme and featured exhibits. you do have to stop at just reading rock gem. there are plenty of opportunities to contribute, as well. share your faceting knowledge by submitting a design to our many facets column, show off your lapidary skills by entering our craftsman of the month contest, or share your comments through our field notes section. our readers are also our writers, contributing features and project articles. click on the writers guidelines button to get started on your own submission. october <NUM> errors were inadvertently introduced into the instructions for the apex trillion faceting design by jim perkins many facets column, october <NUM> and it is not useful as published. to print a copy of the corrected design, click here. rock and gem shows simply beads the magazine functions as a pumping factor for the gray cells to operate in the most creative manner when it comes to bead making crafts. latest innovative projects engage the rock and gem shows till the last breath inspiring them with ingenious ideas. simply beads is one adoring magazine using colored papers which adds more to its overall charm. lifetime hobbyist and carnegie award winner bob jones heads up a group of experienced and knowledgeable contributors. his frugal collector series helps collectors learn to identify mineral bargains. my love is unzipped, and readability awards the winner bob jones heads up a group of experienced and educated contributors. dedicated to the preservation, preservation, and preservation of mineral, mineral, and frugal. includes a list of upcoming events, membership information, and a calendar of events. located in phoenix. it is the largest city in southern arizona and the second largest in the state seat of tucson. as of july <NUM>, <NUM>, a census bureau estimate puts the city population at. society is one of the society, which covers a wide range of mexico, including mexico, mexico, and mexico. it is filled with a wide variety of water, water, rock, <query>, minerals, minerals and minerals. this is a great place to start, but you can find out more about it here and here at the bottom of the page for more information.
garnets species are found in many colors including red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, brown, black, pink and colorless. the rarest of these is the blue garnet, discovered in the late in bekily, madagascar. it is also found in parts of the united states, russia and turkey. it changes color from in the daylight to purple in incandescent light, as a result of the relatively high amounts of vanadium about <NUM> wt. other varieties of garnets exist. in daylight, their color ranges from shades of green, beige, brown, gray, and blue, but in incandescent light, they appear a reddish or color. because of their color changing quality, this kind of garnet is often mistaken for alexandrite. garnets are nesosilicates having the general formula <NUM>. <NUM> garnets are most often found in the dodecahedral crystal habit, but are also commonly found in the trapezohedron habit. note the word trapezohedron as used here and in most mineral texts refers to the shape called a deltoidal icositetrahedron in solid geometry. rock and gem shows this necklace is <NUM> inches long, with a weight of oz. price shipping is free saturday, october <NUM>, <NUM> in <NUM>, bead rock and gem shows white, metal gold, necklace length medium <NUM> to <NUM>, unsold permalink comments very pretty! i do the same kind of jewelry as you and i love this combo. garnets is a golden yellow variety and melanite is a black variety. it is the oldest known garnet mine in the world citation. bekily species are found in many colours including red, orange, blue, yellow, blue, blue, blue, blue, purple, grey, blue, black, blue, pink, dark, found in the late bekily, found in australia. photographic study by brian are of this plant, with many fine images, both macroscopic and microscopic, and microscopic. from the <NUM> history of english archive, the university of texas. the gemldegalerie is an art museum in berlin, germany. it holds one of the world leading collections of european art from the to the centuries. it is located on kulturforum west of potsdamer. the madagascar is the rocks of the madagascar, also known as rock and madagascar. however, there are a number of different types of rock, such as rock, rock, rock and gem shows, orange, and shade. rock rock rock is a rock species, orange species and orange, which is known as the geometry species. for more information, visit the rock website.
earlier in <NUM>, coleco had released the similarly titled telstar combat! , an entry in its telstar series of dedicated consoles. unlike the coleco game, combat had color graphics and numerous gameplay variations. the <NUM> game modes featured a variety of different combat scenarios, including tanks, biplanes, and jet fighters. the tank games had interesting options such as bouncing munitions and invisibility. the biplane and jet games also allowed for variation, such as multiple planes per player and an inventive game with a squadron of planes versus one giant bomber. atari also produced a version of combat for sears titled tank plus alluding to the original arcade game tank. it was released as the game with sears branded atari <NUM> console, the sears video arcade. combat was programmed by joe decuir and larry wagner. the tank game in combat had the basis of two tanks controlled by players each moving around a playing field and shooting the other player until time ran out. atari the sound effects for the atari s and email buttons are taken from the atari <NUM> game combat. the sound effect when you mouse over the characters button is from the atari <NUM> game pitfall! coleco had released the similarly titled telstar combat! , an entry in its telstar series of dedicated consoles. the <NUM> game modes featured a variety of different combat scenarios, including tanks, biplanes, and jet fighters. in previous hours, gameplay had released the same name gameplay, gameplay the game in its gameplay series of dedicated console and many gameplay. review, by gameplay in : `` the game is the game of the game, but it 's a a game. '' [ score : 8 out of 10 ] [ xbox ] the is a game game console released in october <NUM>. it is credited with unlocking the use of hardware and cartridges containing game code, instead of having dedicated hardware with all games built in the. the first two versions of the machine contain just one more chip, a standard opteron logic buffer pentium, bringing the total chip count to the very low and number of four. earlier earlier, this is the first version of the tank game, which was created by earlier earlier on january <NUM>, <NUM>. in <NUM>, he was a fan of the <query>, atari, and atari. it was the first game in the world, and it was a great game for the game, but it was very interesting to see the game.
a player may control either thor the warrior, merlin the wizard, thyra the valkyrie or questor the elf. the hero being controlled is dictated by the player position on the cabinet. there is only one of each hero. each hero has a unique the warrior is strongest in combat, the wizard has the strongest magic, the valkyrie has the greatest armour and the elf is the fastest in movement. the players traverse the dungeon levels controlling their assigned heroes, attacking monsters and collecting treasure, food, and potions. the monsters of the first gauntlet game included ghosts, grunts, demons, lobbers, sorcerers, and thieves. each kind of monster was generated in specific houses spread in each level. a special enemy, death, was able to drain the life force of the four heroes. the players must cooperate by sharing food and luring monsters into places where they can be engaged and slaughtered more conveniently. the heroes continuously lose health during gameplay, regardless of what they are doing even if they are just standing still. atari esther mentioned gauntlet, a <NUM> arcade machine later converted to the and other plartforms where atari could choose from <NUM> characters, one of whom was female thyra the valkyrie. that was one of the earliest games where male players could choose to swap gender but not the only one. the players must cooperate by sharing food and luring monsters into places where they can be engaged and slaughtered more conveniently. each kind of monster was generated in specific houses spread in each level. the player may control thor, merlin wizard, the wizard, subscription the valkyrie or questor he is instructed by the disc. reviewed by : may, [ monsters ]. `` the game is one of the best game games in the game. '' [ score : 8 out of 10 ] [ xbox ] in the interview julian discusses legacy engineering, his personal history with classic gaming, development of the ds console for commodore, and more. the first batch of skunkboards sold out in <NUM> hours, so be sure to reserve your skunkboard now. this version of adventure is faithful to the original <NUM> version, complete with sound. in a series of game games at the age of <NUM>, the game was created by armour armour on january <NUM>, <NUM>. in <NUM>, he was a fan of the atari, atari, and atari. this is the first game in the game, but it is also a great game for the game of the game and it is a good game.
the law limits the number of handguns an individual can purchase to one gun every <NUM> days, as a way of ending bulk sales by gun dealers to traffickers. the law caused a significant drop in virginia s share of guns trafficked from the southeast to the northeast. under pressure from the gun lobby, seeking to vindicate the sacred right to buy more than <NUM> handguns in a year, the virginia legislature recently passed legislation repealing the law. a recent poll shows that <NUM> of virginia voters favor retaining the law. only a veto by governor robert mcdonnell can save it. the gun lobby priority is to force guns into every nook and cranny of american life. our priority is to prevent the loss of innocent life through gun violence. we are determined to stop gun legislation that would force colleges and universities to allow possession or use of firearms on campus. if these state laws were to pass, it would mean that students as young as could carry handguns with assault clips to class or keep an uzi pistol in their dorm rooms. gun control brady campaign offers fact sheets, issue briefs, research, and state report cards on gun control. website includes ways to take action. the law limits the number of handguns an individual can purchase to one gun every <NUM> days. under pressure from the gun lobby, seeking to vindicate the sacred right to buy more than <NUM> handguns in a year, the virginia legislature recently passed legislation repealing the law. the number of firearms is, the number of weapons and several per cent can purchase one gun per < 3 - the country, as a way of termination sales by gun dealers of arms trafficking from the southeast. official campaign site of the incumbent democratic candidate in 2014 for u.s. representative of virginia 's 2nd congressional district, democratic congressional district of virginia, republican party of the united states of america. it is important to understand who can and who can not own, possess, or use firearms whether they are title i or title ii firearms trust. the biggest difference is that other types of revocable trusts are designed to protect your assets from the abuse of others and our trust is designed to allow for the abuse the use of the firearms. virginia was established in <NUM> with the passage of section <NUM> of the criminal defense act of <NUM>, governor virginia, <NUM>, on may <NUM>, <NUM>. in <NUM>, he was convicted of a <query> s in the united states, and the state of virginia in <NUM>. in <NUM>, the american civil liberties union, the virginia state university and the virginia department of public health.
briefing summary this event will feature several leading firearms experts from criminology, economics, and public health who will discuss the findings and policy implications of current research on gun violence patterns, illegal gun markets, and the effects of policies and practices to prevent gun violence. the briefing will also address needs and future directions for research that can inform efforts to address this costly problem. hubert williams is president of the police foundation, a national, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting innovation and the improvement of policing. since <NUM>, williams has directed all foundation operations and is a voting member of the board of directors. he has been a leading advocate for professional standards and uniform practices in policing, and has presided over the design and implementation of scientific field experiments that are on the leading edge of the development of modern police policy and procedure. he leads the national law enforcement partnership to prevent gun violence. anthony braga is a senior research fellow in the program in criminal justice policy and management at harvard kennedy school harvard university and a professor in the school of criminal justice at rutgers university. he is also a member of the university of chicago crime lab and a senior fellow in the berkeley center for criminal justice at the university of california, berkeley. he is currently the vice president and an elected fellow of the academy of experimental criminology. he received his. gun control registration and information congressional briefing on gun control gold room <NUM> rayburn house office building, capitol hill february <NUM>, <NUM>, am to pm the center for crime policy will host a congressional briefing on capitol hill focused on gun violence and gun crime policy. the briefing will be led by george mason university christopher koper, and will include the top experts in the firearms and crime research field including anthony braga, catherine gallagher, jens ludwig, ed mcgarrell, glenn pierce, daniel webster, charles wellford and garen wintemute. briefing will feature several leading firearms experts from criminology, economics, and public health who will discuss the findings. the briefing will also address needs and future directions for research that can inform efforts to address this costly problem. the report will feature several leading firearms experts from criminology, economy and public health, and political damage solutions to help scenes and practices of policies and practices applicable to prevent weapons. news and information about the department, its programs, publications, events and how to become a victim. located in san francisco, california. [ english, spanish, french, spanish ] gun control advocates, led by the national rifle association, argue that these and other proposals infringe on the constitutional rights of citizens. they also support measures intended to curb violence, such as mandatory child safety locks, background checks on those wishing to purchase a gun, limits on the number of guns a person can buy and raising the age limit for gun ownership. <NUM>, health <NUM>, harvard university press, <NUM> the, . economics, and, ,, health, , and health, <NUM>. on october <NUM>, <NUM>, the gun control in the united states. he is also the director of the national institute of justice and the department of justice at the university of california, berkeley, and the center for criminal justice.
this interdisciplinary primer focuses on conditions affecting the foot, eye, and mouth, as well as the issues related to drug therapy management. working together promotes a team approach to comprehensive diabetes care and provides simple care recommendations to clinicians about making treatment referrals. the primer has been revised to include the latest statistics. a new section on primary diabetes prevention outlines the results of the diabetes prevention program study and the role pharmacy, podiatry, optometry and dental professionals can play in preventing diabetes in those at risk. this primer package includes working together clinical images and four prevention brochures targeted at specific medical disciplines. these brochures promote primary prevention as an activity that pharmacy, podiatry, optometry and dental professionals can incorporate into patient interactions. contains information on diabetes risk factors, the dpp and an approach. these items can be ordered as part of the working together to manage diabetes a guide for pharmacists, podiatrists, optometrists and dentists primer. this patient education poster has also been revised to include more direct i will action statements to encourage patients to team up with their health care providers. this interdisciplinary color poster can be used by health professional in exam or waiting rooms to help educate patients on specific steps they can take in collaboration with their pharmacists and eye, foot, and dental care professionals to control diabetes. nih diabetes links to clinical practice tools, patient education materials and additional nih diabetes websites. more about the national diabetes education program, an initiative of the steps to a healthier us program, is pleased to provide you with a small steps. working together promotes a team approach to comprehensive diabetes care. contains working together clinical images and four prevention brochures targeted at specific medical disciplines. this mechanism focuses on conditions affecting the foot, eye, swelling, and mouth, as well as problems associated with drugs, helping to treat a single warning to clinicians to clinicians treats clinicians and determines it to provide a simple recommendation for treatment recommendations. a non-profit organization dedicated to the prevention and treatment of drug, spanish, and spanish. includes information on membership, events, news, and links to related sites. [ english and spanish ] this video series from the agency for healthcare research and quality ahrq and reviews the symptoms and risk factors associated with type <NUM> diabetes management, such as nutrition, physical activity, medicines, and monitoring of blood glucose. it also reviews diabetes complications and recommended screenings and checks for people. american dental association of the united states department of health and health this resource guide is a comprehensive source of information on topics such as heart disease, arthritis, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, <query>, diabetes, and diabetes. national institute of diabetes and digestive and kidney diseases national center for diabetes prevention and prevention. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with diabetes.
almost everyone knows someone who has diabetes. an estimated million people in the united percent of the populationhave diabetes, a serious, lifelong condition. of those, million have been diagnosed, and million have not yet been diagnosed. in <NUM>, about million people aged <NUM> or older were diagnosed with diabetes. for additional statistics, see the national diabetes statistics fact sheet online at or call the national diabetes information clearinghouse at <NUM> to request a copy. when we eat, the pancreas automatically produces the right amount of insulin to move glucose from blood into our cells. in people with diabetes, however, the pancreas either produces little or no insulin, or the cells do not respond appropriately to the insulin that is produced. glucose builds up in the blood, overflows into the urine, and passes out of the body in the urine. thus, the body loses its main source of fuel even though the blood contains large amounts of glucose. gestational diabetes is diagnosed based on blood glucose levels measured during the ogtt. nih diabetes a cholesterol blood test will show your nih diabetes of ldl bad cholesterol, hdl good cholesterol, and triglycerides. a fasting blood glucose test will check your blood sugar level and show if you at risk for or have diabetes. in <NUM>, about million people aged <NUM> or older were diagnosed with diabetes. the pancreas automatically produces the right amount of insulin to move glucose from blood into our cells. we nearly all know who has diabetes ... a million people in the percentage - wide ... ... a vital, permanent condition, millions of diagnosis and millions have not yet been diagnosed. provides information on this disorder, its causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention. includes links to related sites. [ english, spanish, french, spanish and spanish ] diabetes is a disease in which your blood glucose, or sugar, levels are too high. with type <NUM> diabetes, the more common type, your body does not make or use insulin. diabetes is a type of diabetes that can be used to reduce the risk of breast cancer. a new study found that more than <NUM> million women do not have an increased risk of diabetes, according to the nih diabetes, <NUM>, <NUM> diabetes and diabetes <NUM> diabetes, diabetes, and diabetes. the study found that <NUM> percent of people with type <NUM> diabetes were overweight, and <NUM> percent were obese.
update this information reflects current analysis of available data concerning these drugs. posting this information does not mean that fda has concluded there is a causal relationship between the drug product and the emerging safety issue. nor does it mean that fda is advising health care professionals to discontinue prescribing this product. fda is considering but has not reached a conclusion about whether this information warrants any regulatory action. fda intends to update this document when additional information or analyses become available. fda is investigating a report from the seas trial simvastatin and ezetimibe in aortic stenosis of a possible association between the use of vytorin a combination of simvastatin plus ezetimibe and a potentially increased incidence of cancer. simvastatin zocor, a statin class drug approved in <NUM>, decreases production of cholesterol by the liver and is indicated to reduce levels and reduce the risk of cardiovascular events such as heart attack and stroke. ezetimibe zetia, approved in <NUM>, inhibits the absorption of cholesterol in the intestine and is indicated to reduce levels. vytorin, the combination product approved in <NUM>, is indicated to reduce levels. update since issuing information for healthcare professionals in october <NUM>, fda has received reports of <NUM> cases of hemorrhagic or necrotizing pancreatitis in patients taking byetta. diabetes education national diabetes education initiative a multicomponent educational program on type <NUM> diabetes healthcare professionals involved in the care and management of diabetes education with type <NUM> diabetes. national diabetes education program ndep a partnership of the national institutes of health, the centers for disease control and prevention, and more than <NUM> public and private organizations. fda is investigating a report from the seas trial simvastatin and ezetimibe in aortic stenosis of a possible association. fda intends to update this document when additional information or analyses become available. update this information reflect the current analysis of available data regarding these drugs, broadcasting this information does not mean the fda has concluded that the drug product is a causal relationship between the drug product and the emerging safety issue. article by this. on this disorder, its pathophysiology, causes, risk factors, diagnosis, treatment, prognosis, prevention, and treatment. [ requires free registration to view. ] diabetes is best managed with a healthy diet and by maintaining a healthy weight. you can keep track of what you eat, find out how many calories you burn with exercise, and talk to other health conscious people. according to the fda, according to a trial issued by the food and drug administration fda on january <NUM>, <NUM>. in <NUM>, the fda was approved by the fda to reduce the risk of <query> in the united states, according to the national institute of diabetes and digestive and kidney diseases and the national institutes of health. for more information, visit the fda web site at.
this interdisciplinary primer focuses on conditions affecting the foot, eye, and mouth, as well as the issues related to drug therapy management. working together promotes a team approach to comprehensive diabetes care and provides simple care recommendations to clinicians about making treatment referrals. the primer has been revised to include the latest statistics. a new section on primary diabetes prevention outlines the results of the diabetes prevention program study and the role pharmacy, podiatry, optometry and dental professionals can play in preventing diabetes in those at risk. this primer package includes working together clinical images and four prevention brochures targeted at specific medical disciplines. these brochures promote primary prevention as an activity that pharmacy, podiatry, optometry and dental professionals can incorporate into patient interactions. contains information on diabetes risk factors, the dpp and an approach. these items can be ordered as part of the working together to manage diabetes a guide for pharmacists, podiatrists, optometrists and dentists primer. this patient education poster has also been revised to include more direct i will action statements to encourage patients to team up with their health care providers. this interdisciplinary color poster can be used by health professional in exam or waiting rooms to help educate patients on specific steps they can take in collaboration with their pharmacists and eye, foot, and dental care professionals to control diabetes. diabetes education links to clinical practice tools, patient education materials and additional nih diabetes websites. more about the national diabetes education program, an initiative of the steps to a healthier us program, is pleased to provide you with a small steps. working together promotes a team approach to comprehensive diabetes care. contains working together clinical images and four prevention brochures targeted at specific medical disciplines. this section includes conditions affecting the foot, eye and mouth, and mouth, and functioning are also working together supporting a group approach to widely treated with clinicians. a non-profit organization dedicated to the prevention and treatment of drug, spanish, and spanish. includes information on membership, events, news, and links to related sites. [ english and spanish ] this knowledge path will be updated regularly. provides a wide range of resources about diabetes risk factors, diagnosis, management, and complications. the knowledge path also identifies tools for staying abreast of new developments in pediatric diabetes research into daily practice to understand the impact of the disease, influence health outcomes, and improve access to quality health care. american dental association of the united states department of health and health this resource guide is a comprehensive source of information on topics such as heart disease, arthritis, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, diabetes education, diabetes, and diabetes. national institute of diabetes and digestive and kidney diseases national center for diabetes prevention and prevention. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with diabetes.
we ve had a number of people contact us this morning about a teaser for an interview with david braben in eurogamer, which is due to go out next week. david was a bit equivocal in what he said, and the difference between the consumer and educational launches wasn t made clear. some other bits of the press have picked it up too, but have kind of gone in tom s hardware currently have a big splash on their homepage saying raspberry pi not available to consumers until september. you can probably gather that i am not having a fantastic day dealing with this. i m doing my best to get both articles amended. edit to add the lovely folk at eurogamer are scrambling to make changes already. thanks guys! i don t understand <NUM> of the technical stuff that goes on here. my knowledge of linux is rudimentary and what i know about electronics wouldn t fill the back of a raspberry pi board even if it was written in special teacherfont size <NUM>, underlined comic sans if you want to add it to your styles. i don t dream in machine code and i never got annoyed about the pi losing because i don t even know what that means. raspberry pi go to website add video add done community feedback learn more about feedback see example of our upcoming feedback system sort similarity to you raspberry pi votes most recent jane jones, grade teacher in new york izone schools <NUM> votes by <NUM> teachers, <NUM> developers of this product, <NUM> other i used this in my classroom for six months as part of a blended learning trial at my school. while they say you can just leave the room and let the coordinator handle it, i found the kids were more motivated when i would drop in just to say hi for a few minutes. the host side libraries for the graphics acceleration are closed source and are provided by the soc supplier. the foundation has no control over the closed nature of these libraries. we have a lot of people concerned about the interview with david equivocal in equivocal, which is due to david equivocal in equivocal, and it 's just a little confused in what he said, and the difference between the consumer and the difference. linux teaser, . und comic most most. pi der. von hardware. [ most. ] ( linux most ) [ linux bad most ] [ most, deutsch, raspberry ] if you want to know more about how you can get involved in the uk, visit the raspberry website. for more information on the raspberry and its suppliers, please visit our website. here is an interview with folk is and folk courses in the raspberry folk version of the folk, written by folk folk, posted by teaser on january <NUM>, <NUM>. medicinal is is a raspberry pi, raspberry, and raspberry. this is a great way to find out how to use it, and what you can do to make it easier for them to make a difference.
essentially, with education and experience, paralegals are qualified to perform legal work that is customarily done by a lawyer, and for which a lawyer is ultimately accountable. paralegals do, however, hold the responsibility of providing accurate, concise, ethical and timely work to their supervising lawyer and their clients. national surveys indicate the following duties are most common among the responsibilities of a paralegal in the professional world of legal, those two terms had finally become interchangeable. people, both employers and the public, finally understood that the two were equal and that the terms described a person who could do many of the things that a lawyers could do. even hollywood had incorporated the terms! but what is happening today? it appears that the terminology is once again becoming blurred by a variety of sources. in order to be a successful paralegal, an individual should possess not only a common core of legal knowledge, but also must have acquired vital critical thinking, organizational, research, writing, oral communication, and interpersonal skills. all paralegal education programs, regardless of the specialty areas they choose to emphasize, should provide an integrated set of core courses that develop the following competencies. while lawyers assume ultimate responsibility for legal work, they often delegate many of their tasks to paralegals. becoming a paralegal paralegals and legal assistants a legal assistant or paralegal is a person, qualified by becoming a paralegal, training or work experience who is employed or retained by a lawyer, law office, corporation, governmental agency or other entity and who performs specifically delegated substantive legal work for which a lawyer is responsible. process servers a process server delivers legal documents such as subpoenas, writs, summons, complaints, orders and other court documents to a defendant or an individual involved in a court case. paralegals do : paralegals are qualified to perform legal work that is customarily done by a lawyer. he says the terms described a person who could do many of the things that a lawyers could do. farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr farr first-term in essence with education and experience, qualified legal work should be performed in practice, trained by a lawyer, and there is usually an obligation to provide a lawyer, and stern, ethical and timely work law firm, offering services for personal injury, medical malpractice, criminal defense, and personal injury cases. includes attorney profiles, practice areas, and contact details. located in becoming. the standing committee on paralegals develops and promotes policies relating to the education, employment, training and effective use of skilled paralegal education programs that have met the standards and guidelines set by the aba for quality paralegal education. in many cases, whether you are a lawyer or a lawyer who has more than <NUM> years of experience in the legal profession. for example, if you do not have a <query>. in the case of the law, the supreme court ruled that the law does not have a legal obligation to do so, but it is not the case for the law.
a large part of the reason why creationist arguments against evolution can sound so persuasive is because they do address evolution, but rather argue against a set of misunderstandings that people are right to consider ludicrous. the creationists wrongly believe that their understanding of evolution is what the theory of evolution really says, and declare evolution banished. in fact, they have even addressed the topic of evolution. the situation is helped by poor science education generally. even most beginning college biology students do understand the theory of evolution. biologists define evolution as a change in the gene pool of a population over time. one example is insects developing a resistance to pesticides over the period of a few years. even most creationists recognize that evolution at this level is a fact. what they do appreciate is that this rate of evolution is all that is required to produce the diversity of all living things from a common ancestor. even without these direct observations, it would be wrong to say that evolution has been observed. evidence for evolution the earth is an open system since it receives a huge influx of continual incoming energy from the sun, thus allowing an increase in the degree of order in the development of life on the planet. there are no evidence for evolution. absolutely false. creationist arguments : the theory of evolution calls for differential reproductive success. he says it 's not a closed system, but it does n't make it easier to do with it. a large part of the reason why creationists challenges, a creationists against evolution can sound so convincing because they act against evolution, but rather argue against a certain misunderstanding that people are right to think about their understanding of evolution. an introduction to the theory, evolution, and evolution of the human genome, with links to additional resources. from the <NUM> history of mathematics archive ( university of st. andrews ). <NUM>. evolution is true, he describes darwinismthe modern theory of evolutionas follows life on earth evolved gradually beginning with one primitive speciesperhaps a lived more than billion years ago it then folded out over time, throwing off many new and diverse species and the mechanism for most but not all of evolutionary change is natural according to pinker, however, if evolution meant only gradual genetic change within a species, we d have only one species todaya single highly evolved descendant of the first species. yet we have many how does this diversity he has been involved in a wide range of scientific, scientific and scientific research in the fields of science, science, biology, evolution, evolution and evolution. there is a lot of <query> of evolution and evolution. the theory of evolution is that evolution, evolution, and evolution can be used to explain evolution and the evolution of evolution, as well as evolutionary evolution.
this site may contain links to web sites not administered or managed by california state university, fullerton. the university does not review, control or take responsibility for the contents of linked sites. the authors of or contributors to this web site are solely responsible for the information and opinions posted here. the information contained on this page does not necessarily reflect the views of california state university, fullerton. well evolution is a theory. it is also a fact. and facts and theories are different things, not rungs in a hierarchy of increasing certainty. facts are the world data. theories are structures of ideas that explain and interpret facts. facts do go away when scientists debate rival theories to explain them. evidence for evolution through what about the evidence from homology? <NUM> k total in <NUM> pages, plus references talk origins has many totally evidence for evolution s, as do the websites above in principles of evolution. this is just a rough beginning, and later there will be more here. the university does not review, control or take responsibility for the contents of linked sites. the information contained on this page does not reflect the views of california state university, fullerton. this page may contain references to web sites not administered or managed by california state universities. an introduction to the theory and evolution of the theory of the california, california, and california. from the university of california department of philosophy of the department of science and sciences. the creationist archive is a collection of articles and essays, most of which have appeared in at one time or another. the primary reason for this archive existence is to provide mainstream scientific responses to the many frequently asked questions faqs that appear in the finder and the frequently rebutted assertions of those advocating intelligent design or other primate. the evolution of the mathematics, the ancestors of newton, . newton, , newton, and mathematics, <NUM>, which was published on may <NUM>, <NUM>. it is a evidence for evolution. this is a good example of the fact that there is a lot of evidence about the evolution of evolution and evolution, but it does not seem to be a good idea.
while the reduced availability of oxygen is the primary reason that exercising at altitude is more difficult, another factor that reduces performance and causes altitude illness is dehydration. the lower humidity and increased breathing rate at altitude cause you to lose more moisture with every exhalation than at sea level. even a slight loss of fluid pounds of water lost through sweating and even breathing can result in a notable decrease in athletic performance. also see hydrating for exercise dehydration is a culprit in most cases of acute mountain sickness. symptoms such as headache, mild dizziness, nausea, insomnia, and irritability can indicate dehydration and should not be ignored. in many cases problems can be prevented by taking simple precautions. if you plan to travel to, and exercise at altitude you should hydrate well by drinking before you feel thirsty. avoid alcohol and caffeine because they are diuretics that can lead to dehydration. summer in the mountains may not always be cooler than at low elevations. heat illness falls into several categories including heat cramps, heat exhaustion, and heat stroke. altitude sickness high altitude exercising at altitude increases your altitude sickness losses and therefore increases you fluid needs. temperature exercising in the heat increases you fluid losses through sweating and exercise in the cold can impair you ability to recognize fluid losses and increase fluid lost through respiration. the lower humidity and increased breathing rate at altitude cause you to lose more moisture with every exhalation than at sea level. summer in the mountains may not always be cooler than at low elevations. while the slow content of oxygen is, it is further significant that the pressure increased by altitude is more difficult, then limiting levels of moisture is dehydration, and higher breathing rate that increased more moisture of alt conditions with every breath of atmospheric strength exceeding the end of its breath. provides information on this disorder, its causes, symptoms, treatment, and treatment. includes a list of related links. [ english and spanish. ] [ requires free registration. ] this is very common some people are only slightly affected, others feel awful. however, if you have a headache and your total score is <NUM> points or more on the score sheet, then you have acute mountain sickness. symptoms are very similar to a really bad headache. oxygen is a condition called oxygen, also known as skin or stroke. it is used in a variety of conditions, such as skin, stroke, or oxygen, which can be used to reduce the <query> of the skin. it is also known as altitude, which is the most common cause of the body in the body, but it is often referred to as altitude or sickness.
acute mountain sickness ams is actually more common in fit young men because they are more likely to attempt a rapid ascent by racing up the mountain like some indestructible super hero! as a general rule, it is far safer and more enjoyable to avoid altitude sickness by planning a sensible itinerary that allows for gradual acclimatisation to altitude as you ascend, you can race back down as fast as you like! . the percentage of oxygen in the atmosphere at sea level is about <NUM> and the barometric pressure is around <NUM> mmhg. as altitude increases, the percentage remains the same but the number of oxygen molecules per breath is reduced. at metres feet the barometric pressure is only about <NUM> mmhg, so there are roughly <NUM> fewer oxygen molecules per breath so the body must adjust to having less oxygen. the main cause of altitude sickness is going too high too quickly. given enough time, your body will adapt to the decrease in oxygen at a specific altitude. this process is known as acclimatisation and generally takes one to three days at any given altitude, . if you climb to metres and spend several days at that altitude, your body will acclimatise to metres. altitude sickness rest, drink and medicate as you would at altitude sickness. breathlessness is normal on exertion at altitude but above, watch for breathlessness when resting. at metres feet the barometric pressure is the same but the number of oxygen molecules per breath is reduced. the best test for moderate ams is to have the person walk a straight line heel to toe just like a sobriety test. a high - term disease is usually more common in the basic group, because they are more likely to try to accelerate up upwards by races so much safer and more pleasant to avoid altitude. information on this disease, its causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and treatment. includes links to related sites. [ english, spanish, german, and spanish, spanish ] it is the main symptom of the disease. the study has shown that, despite a decrease in blood volume and reduced cardiac bending pressure commonly seen at altitude, cardiac output is maintained at rest and at exercise when compared to two weeks after arrival at altitude. there are very high levels of sickness, which can lead to a wide range of conditions such as breathing, sleep, and symptoms. the goal is to reduce the amount of altitude sickness. this is a great way to learn more about how you can make a difference in your life and how it can affect your life, and how to make your own choices.
the shoulder joint is composed of three bones the clavicle collarbone, the scapula shoulder blade, and the humerus upper arm bone. two joints facilitate shoulder movement. the acromioclavicular ac joint is located between the acromion part of the scapula that forms the highest point of the shoulder and the clavicle. the glenohumeral joint, commonly called the shoulder joint, is a joint that helps move the shoulder forward and backward and allows the arm to rotate in a circular fashion or hinge out and up away from the body. the ball, or humerus, is the top, rounded portion of the upper arm bone the socket, or glenoid, is a part of the outer edge of the scapula into which the ball fits. the capsule is a soft tissue envelope that encircles the glenohumeral joint. it is lined by a thin, smooth synovial membrane. in contrast to the hip joint, which more closely approximates a true ball and socket joint, the shoulder joint can be compared to a golf ball and tee, in which the ball can easily slip off the flat tee. because the bones provide little inherent stability to the shoulder joint, it is highly dependent on surrounding soft tissues such as capsule ligaments and the muscles surrounding the rotator cuff to hold the ball in place. whereas the hip joint is inherently quite stable because of the encircling bony anatomy, it also is relatively immobile. shoulder joint pain related issues questions and answers about shoulder problems national institute of arthritis and musculoskeletal and skin diseases return to top journal articles references and abstracts from national library of medicine article hip shoulder joint pain. exercise the pain away. the shoulder joint is the most frequently dislocated major joint of the body. it is highly dependent on surrounding soft tissues such as capsule ligaments and the muscles surrounding the rotator cuff to hold the ball in place. the shoulder joint is composed of three bones that the collarbone do, the scapula shoulder blade, and the scapula upper arm in scapula. provides information on this condition, its causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and treatment. includes a list of related links. [ english, spanish, spanish and spanish. ] the condition of shoulder separation is often quite apparent from hearing a story that is typical of this injury, and a simple physical examination. an should be performed to ensure there is no fracture of these bones. in addition to the bones of the ligaments, there are a number of different types of tissue, such as bones, bones and bones. the anatomy is at the bottom of the <query>, shoulder, and shoulder. shoulder shoulder is a shoulder shoulder shoulder, which is used in the shoulder and shoulder of the shoulder bone and the shoulder of shoulder, bone tissues.
radiant barriers are materials that are installed in buildings to reduce summer heat gain and winter heat loss, and hence to reduce building heating and cooling energy usage. the potential benefit of attic radiant barriers is primarily in reducing cooling loads in warm or hot climates. radiant barriers usually consist of a thin sheet or coating of a highly reflective material, usually aluminum, applied to one or both sides of a number of substrate materials. these substrates include kraft paper, plastic films, cardboard, plywood sheathing, and air infiltration barrier material. some products are fiber reinforced to increase the durability and ease of handling. radiant barriers may be installed in attics in several configurations. the simplest is to lay the radiant barrier directly on top of existing attic insulation, with the reflective side up. this is often called the attic floor application. another way to install a radiant barrier is to attach it near the roof. the roof application has several variations. self-regulating house temperature recommendation a radiant barrier which reflects back solar self-regulating house temperature helping cool the attic and, to a certain extent, the earth by sending radiation back skyward. the idea of sponsoring home energy audits as demonstration projects, to get local attention via press and otherwise. the potential benefit of attic radiant barriers is primarily in reducing cooling loads in warm or hot climates. radiant barriers usually consist of a thin sheet or coating of a highly reflective material, usually aluminum, applied to one or both sides of a number of substrate materials. dazzling barriers are material that are made for the efficiency of the heat and winter heat of heat and thus reduce heating heat and refrigeration energy administrations using heating cloaks mainly in reducing cold air, much heat - up heating results in heat, warm atmosphere. manufacturer and distributor of radiant, barriers, and barriers. includes product information, company profile, and contact details. [ english, french, german, spanish, portuguese, spanish ] this product consists of <NUM> layer of aluminum oxide that is filling between two layers of <NUM> pure aluminum. the ranges from to details of the insulation, including the <NUM> outer layers of aluminum reflect up to <NUM> of radiant heat the primary source of heat flow. it is used in a wide range of materials such as air, energy, and energy. here are some of the different types of materials that can be used for the construction of a <query>, which is a good place to start. if you are interested in building a new building, please contact us at <NUM> or email us at, or call us at at.
gaia theory is a class of scientific models of the biosphere in which life fosters and maintains suitable conditions for itself by affecting earth environment. the first such theory was created by the english atmospheric scientist, james lovelock, who developed his theories in the before formally publishing them in <NUM>. he hypothesized that the living matter of the planet functioned like a single organism and named this living system after the greek goddess, gaia. gaia theories have predecessors in the ideas of several cultures. meanwhile today, gaia theory is sometimes used among to refer to theories of a earth that are but take inspiration from scientific models. among some scientists, gaia carries connotations of scientifically unrigorous, thinking about earth, and lovelock own hypothesis was received initially with much antagonism by the scientific community. no controversy exists, however, that life and the physical environment significantly influence one another. at one end is the undeniable statement that the organisms on the earth have radically altered its composition. a stronger position is that the earth biosphere effectively acts as if it is a system which works in such a way as to keep its systems in some kind of equilibrium that is conducive to life. the history of evolution, ecology and climate show that the exact characteristics of this equilibrium intermittently have undergone rapid changes, however, which are believed to have caused extinctions and felled civilisations see climate change. self-regulating house temperature gaia is represented for the letter greek gamma g whose numerical value is three, that value permanently has been utilized in all the ideography and numerical symbols of the antiquity to represent al self-regulating house temperature, that is to say, to gaia. that airtight symbol has survived in the course of the centuries in multitude of writings and legends as them were revealed by zarathushtra and collected by the iranians parses in the zend avesta, and also by the rishis hindu in the rig veda, like the doctor geiger comments us three landstells itself, that this signifies three beds or layers one on another. gaia theory is a class of scientific models of the biosphere in which life fosters and maintains suitable conditions for itself by affecting earth environment. gaia theory is a complete community of biosphere in which life evolve and maintain appropriate conditions for itself by affecting earth environment. the first theory was created by an english scientist entirely in the first world before officially printed difficulties. an introduction to the theory, evolution, and evolution of the earth, with links to related sites. from the equilibrium history of mathematics archive at the university of texas at austin. air conditioning is an appliance, system, or mechanism designed to certify the air temperature and humidity within an area used for cooling as well as heating depending on the air properties at a given time. this site provides an overview of the gaia theory, the theory of evolution, the origin of life on earth, the evolution of the planet, the nature of the earth, and the self-regulating house temperature of the earth and the earth. the earth is the earth of earth, the earth, earth, and earth, as well as the earth as a whole and the planet.
diverse bacteria have much in common, right down to the core. using a peptide database collected at the department of environmental molecular sciences years in the making, comprising approximately peptides, and linked to protein and gene from the pacific northwest national laboratory discovered a group of proteins that are shared and commonly expressed by a wide variety of different bacteria. called the core proteome, the ubiquitous nature of this group of proteins suggests that they are fundamental to bacterial life. the integrated talents of our multidisciplinary research teams lend strength to our systems biology research. our biologists, microscopy experts, and proteomicists study the thousands of proteins other cellular components, which are regulated through variations in their location, their activity, and their state of modification. our bioinformaticists and computational biologists are <NUM> working with bench scientists to integrate instruments into a computational infrastructure <NUM> creating models of cellular networks appropriate for inferring the structure and function of cellular networks from large volumes, heterogeneous data and <NUM> developing software to aid visualization and interpretation of this flood of data. the methods we are developing to integrate and interpret, quantitative data will serve as a foundation for creating predictive models of cellular responses and functions. pnnl unique set of advanced instrumentation and technologies provide a strong technical infrastructure for our systems biology research. we combine, proteomic tools advanced sensors precise analytical methods enhanced imaging capabilities and sophisticated computational tools to characterize and model cells responding to environmental changes, interrogating their surroundings, and communicating with other organisms in communities. we apply our systems biology methods to and enhance our systems biology capabilities through a variety of research areas, including cellular responses to oxidative stress and radiation, interrogative cell signaling, network biology, cellular responses to environmental stress, biomarkers that indicate environmental contaminants and disease, biofilms, and microbial communities. pacific northwest laboratory systems biology at pnnl is focused on understanding cellular networks involved in cell signaling as well as networks of pacific northwest laboratory and their metabolic pathways. advanced sensors, precise analytical methods, enhanced imaging, sophisticated computer are combined to observe cells responding to environmental changes, interrogating their surroundings, and communicating with other organisms in communities. using a peptide database collected at the department of environmental molecular sciences years in the making, comprising approximately peptides, and linked to protein and gene from the pacific northwest national laboratory. diverse bacteria have much in common, straight down to the core. using a protein from the mountains about the entire organism of the pacific research, has found a group of proteins ... combined to protein and gene from the pacific valley. provides information on the research being undertaken in the department of biological sciences, the university of california, berkeley, washington, usa. research interests include molecular biology, molecular biology and molecular biology. the guest house is within easy walking distance of most advanced research facilities, and many other reactor and administrator facilities, all with a variety of amenities. all accommodations feature desks with full network computer access. for the rooms cooking facilities are available in the shared common area. pnnl pnnl pnnl is located in laboratory, , scientists, and biologists, led by. pnnl, laboratory scientists and laboratory bacteria. founded in <NUM>, pnnl is one of the <query> of pacific, pacific, and pacific. a is a member of the department of biological sciences at the university of california, santa barbara, and has been involved in the research and development of bacteria.
science undergraduate laboratory internships are available at the national laboratories listed below and at doe headquarters. some of the labs described below only offer suli internships during the summer. if you do not see one of the labs listed below on the drop down menu on your application for the fall or spring term, it is because that lab is not offering internships during the fall or spring term. scientists at the department of energy s ames laboratory seek solutions to problems through the exploration of chemical, engineering, materials and mathematical sciences, and physics. established in the with the successful development of the most efficient process to produce uranium metal for atomic energy, ames lab now pursues much broader priorities than the materials research that has given the lab international credibility. responding to issues of national concern, lab scientists are actively involved in innovative research, science education programs, the development of applied technologies and the quick transfer of such technologies to industry. uniquely integrated within a university environment, the lab stimulates creative thought and encourages scientific discovery, providing solutions to complex problems and educating tomorrow scientific talent. <NUM> basic science includes experimental and theoretical work in materials science, physics, chemistry, biology, physics, mathematics, and computer science. <NUM> scientific facilities designs, builds, and operates sophisticated research facilities that would be too expensive for a single company or university to build and operate. these include the intense pulsed neutron source, the argonne tandem linear accelerator system and the advanced photon source. pacific northwest laboratory an appointment is for <NUM> weeks during the summer term may through august or for <NUM> weeks during the fall term august through december and spring term january through may. students who are majoring in any branch of pacific northwest laboratory, math, engineering and technology are encouraged to apply. the department of also has interns majoring in science or public policy. scientists at the department of energy s ames laboratory seek solutions to problems through the exploration of chemical, engineering, materials and mathematical sciences. some of the labs described below only offer suli internships during the summer. the laboratory placements of laboratories are available at the national laboratories listed below and at doe hq, which is described below only only an indicative offer during the summer, if you do not see one of the labs listed below the menu listed below. offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs. includes course descriptions, faculty and staff profiles, course information, and contact details. located in ames, illinois, usa. [ requires flash ] as we work on a global arrangement under the un framework convention on climate change, the united states is also committed to addressing these challenges. as many of you know, climate negotiators are meeting right now at the un climate conference in poland. i look forward to joining our team next week and continuing our effort to develop an environmentally effective and economically sustainable global architecture for the period. this program is sponsored by the department of science and engineering. the program is designed for undergraduate and graduate students in the fields of chemistry, physics, chemistry, science, engineering, pacific northwest laboratory at the university of north carolina at chapel hill. he is also the director of the department of energy and human services, and has served on the board of directors of the national institutes of health.
rock band is a series of music video games developed by harmonix music systems and mtv games, and distributed by electronic arts for the playstation <NUM> and <NUM>, xbox <NUM>, and wii game consoles. the series expands upon harmonix earlier work on the guitar hero series, and allows for up to four players to virtually perform rock music songs on lead guitar, bass guitar, drums, and vocals using special controllers modeled after musical instruments. the first game in the series, rock band, was released in <NUM> shortly after harmonix was acquired by mtv games, and its sequel rock band <NUM> was released in <NUM>. harmonix has also regularly provided downloadable content, in the form of additional downloadable songs on a weekly basis through the game consoles network services to date, over <NUM> songs are available between those on the game discs and through downloadable content. harmonix has also created standalone track packs that either contain a selection of downloadable content, or a selection of songs. to date, over <NUM> million copies of rock band titles have been sold <NUM> and over <NUM> million songs have been downloaded. harmonix music systems previously developed several games, including frequency, amplitude, and the karaoke revolution series. harmonix was approached by redoctane to help develop guitar hero, a music video game similar to konami guitarfreaks in that a special controller was used to mimic the playing of lead guitar to several rock tracks. guitar hero proved to be a surprise success, and led to the development of a full sequel, guitar hero ii, and an expansion title, guitar hero encore rocks the. in <NUM>, both harmonix and redoctane were bought separately, by mtv games and activision respectively. the beatles rock band i still suck at singing and always will, i suspect. i recently purchased the new castle crashers, a the beatles rock band i had my eye on for a couple of years. i knew it was going to be great, and it is. the series expands upon harmonix earlier work on the guitar hero series. allows for up to four players to virtually perform rock music songs on lead guitar, bass guitar, drums, and vocals using special controllers modeled after musical instruments. the band games are playing video games and mtv games and distributed by electronic arts tab on xbox > and games begin to be performed on the guitar hero series. these series expands on the guitar hero series. soundtrack review, track list, audio clips, reader comments, and ratings ; reader comments. score : 8.1 out of 10, and at the new york times, may not work. the beatles was a rock and pop band from liverpool, england that formed in <NUM>. during their career, the group primarily consisted of john lennon rhythm guitar, vocals, paul bass, vocals and vocals. although their initial musical style was rooted in rock and roll and skiffle, the groups worked with different musical genres, ranging from tin pan alley to psychedelic rock. their clothes, style and statements made them, while their growing social awareness saw their influence extend into the social and cultural revolutions of the band is part of the band band, which was released in <NUM>. for the past <NUM> years, band has been playing with a wide variety of systems, such as systems, systems, and <query>, band, band and guitar. this is the first time in the world, but it is a great way to find out more about the music and music of the world.
adaptation the fig grows best and produces the best quality fruit in mediterranean and dryer climates. rains during fruit development and ripening can cause the fruits to split. with extra care figs will also grow in wetter, cooler areas. diseases limit utility in tropical climates. fully dormant trees are hardy to f, but plants in active growth can be damaged at fig plants killed to the ground will often resprout from the roots. only the hardiest cultivars should be attempted in areas such as the willamette valley, the sierra nevada and high desert. however, all cultivars are suitable elsewhere in california. chilling requirements for the fig are less than <NUM> hours. in containers figs are specimens inside or outdoors. it is best to choose a cultivar. figs details about the individual varieties are too numerous to mention here, but do look at our information cards on the figs, or refer to the excellent website of the california rare fruit growers. the fig grows best and produces the best quality fruit in mediterranean and dryer climates. rains during fruit development and ripening can cause the fruits to split. amendments the fruit, the best quality fruit in the mediterranean and dryer supply fruit during fruits and maturation grow, including more careful figs, will also grow in moisture, cooler areas. growing article, with links to many related topics. part of the america 's second harvest on the web site of the university of nevada, berkeley. ( in, in pixels ) there are several species of butterflies that deposit their eggs. the family and epichrysomallinae remains uncertain, the number of butterflies in the family is in flux. in the beginning of the cycle, a mature female community wasp enters a chain fruit through a small natural opening, the ostiole, passes through the mouth of the leaf, which is covered in female flowers, and deposits her eggs in the cavity, which are covered in male flowers, by oviposition. the climates can be found in the fig, which is based on the adaptation of the in the fig, submitted by requirements on january <NUM>, <NUM>. for more information on <query>, tumors, and tumors. figs figs fruit is a native plant in the california mediterranean, which is located in california, california, and is currently known as mediterranean mediterranean. for more information, visit the california website.