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Russell in the Lords  

Microsoft Academic Search

Bertrand Russell sat in the House of Lords as the third Earl Russell from 1931 to 1970. In these nearly 40 years as a Labour peer, Russell proved to be a fitful attender and infrequent participant in the upper house—speaking only six times. This paper examines each of these interventions—studying not just the speeches themselves but also their genesis and

Kirk Willis

2002-01-01

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BBC News: Lords Reform  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

On January 19, 1999, Tony Blair's government announced the most radical restructuring of the House of Lords, the UK's second chamber, in its 600-year existence. Honoring the Labour Party election manifesto, the Bill will remove all 759 hereditary peers, those with an automatic right to sit by virtue of birthright, within the year. In the meantime, a Royal Commission will formulate proposals for a new upper house and issue a report by December 31, 1999. A fully reformed chamber is expected to be in place by 2002, and in the meantime, publicly nominated "People's Peers" may sit in the Lords in addition to the politically appointed Life Peers. The BBC Special Report outlines this momentous constitutional change in Britain, and offers analysis, commentary, and the latest news.

1999-01-01

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House of Lords Bill  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

On January 19, 1999, Tony Blair's government announced the most radical restructuring of the House of Lords, the UK's second chamber, in its 600-year existence. Honoring the Labour Party election manifesto, the Bill will remove all 759 hereditary peers, those with an automatic right to sit by virtue of birthright, within the year. In the meantime, a Royal Commission will formulate proposals for a new upper house and issue a report by December 31, 1999. A fully reformed chamber is expected to be in place by 2002, and in the meantime, publicly nominated "People's Peers" may sit in the Lords in addition to the politically appointed Life Peers. The full text of the Bill as it was introduced in the House of Commons is available at the site.

1999-01-01

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Martin Franklin Palmer Papers Collection Summary  

E-print Network

Martin Franklin Palmer Papers Collection Summary Title: Martin Franklin Palmer Papers Call Number: MS 92-21 Size: 27.0 linear feet Acquisition: Donated by Dr. and Mrs. Martin Franklin Palmer Processed before initial research. Restrictions None Content Note In 1934 an agreement between Dr. Martin F. Palmer

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Hansard: House of Lords Debates  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

In early 2000, access to Hansard (House of Lords, British Parliament) debates (originally reviewed in the November 1, 1996 Scout Report) was improved, with the new edition available each day at 9:00 am UK time. The debates are browseable and searchable by keyword, name of member, question number, dates, and document type. The Lords debates and written answers may be browsed chronologically or by one of eleven categories.

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Reading Like a Historian: Palmer Raids  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

In this lesson, students analyze primary source documents in an effort to answer the central historical question: What caused the Palmer Raids? The lesson begins by asking students what communism/socialism means to them. Students share answers in pairs. The teacher then provides background information on the Red Scare and follows up by streaming a film clip from Discovery Education. Students then analyze 2 documents—“The Case Against the Reds” by A. Mitchell Palmer and a deportation statement by Emma Goldman—and answer guiding questions for each. A final class discussion corroborates the documents: why did the nation allow the Palmer Raids to take place?

Stanford History Education Group

2012-10-29

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Answering Lord Perry's question: dissecting regulatory overfishing  

Microsoft Academic Search

In 1995, in response to the distressed condition of the British fishing industry, the House of Lords held a series of hearings on “Fish Stock Conservation and Management.” Lord Perry of Walton posed the straightforward question of why regulation was not succeeding: If one takes all the management systems into account—TACs [total allowable catches, or annual quotas], number of days

Josh Eagle; Barton H Thompson

2003-01-01

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Lord Kelvin's atmospheric electricity measurements  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Lord Kelvin (William Thomson), one of the greatest Victorian scientists, made a substantial but little-recognised contribution to geophysics through his work on atmospheric electricity. He developed sensitive instrumentation for measuring the atmospheric electric field, including invention of a portable electrometer, which made mobile measurements possible for the first time. Kelvin's measurements of the atmospheric electric field in 1859, made during development of the portable electrometer, can be used to deduce the substantial levels of particulate pollution blown over the Scottish island of Arran from the industrial mainland. Kelvin was also testing the electrometer during the largest solar flare ever recorded, the "Carrington event" in the late summer of 1859. Subsequently, Lord Kelvin also developed a water dropper sensor, and employed photographic techniques for "incessant recording" of the atmospheric electric field, which led to the long series of measurements recorded at UK observatories for the remainder of the 19th and much of the 20th century. These data sets have been valuable in both studies of historical pollution and cosmic ray effects on atmospheric processes.

Aplin, Karen; Harrison, R. Giles; Trainer, Matthew; Hough, James

2013-04-01

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Lord Kelvin's atmospheric electricity measuremnets  

E-print Network

Lord Kelvin (William Thomson) made important contributions to the study of atmospheric electricity during a brief but productive period from 1859-1861. By 1859 Kelvin had recognised the need for "incessant recording" of atmospheric electrical parameters, and responded by inventing both the water-dropper instrument for measuring the atmospheric Potential Gradient (PG), and photographic data logging. The water-dropper was widely adopted internationally and is still in use today. Following theoretical considerations of electric field distortion by local topography, Kelvin developed a portable electrometer, using it to investigate PG on the Scottish island of Arran. During these environmental measurements, Kelvin may have unwittingly detected atmospheric PG changes during solar activity in August/September 1859 associated with the "Carrington event". Kelvin's atmospheric electricity work presents an early representative study in quantitative environmental physics, through the application of mathematical principle...

Aplin, K L

2013-01-01

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Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) and Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) development as influenced by Palmer amaranth competition  

E-print Network

Research was conducted to determine the influence of phics. Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri S.Wats.) competition on cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) growth and development in Central Texas. Growth and development of both species were measured...

Morgan, Gaylon DeWayne

1998-01-01

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RICHARD N. PALMER Professor and Head  

E-print Network

(1987) Expert system for drought management planning, Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering, ASCE1 RICHARD N. PALMER Professor and Head Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering University.D. Environmental Engineering, Johns Hopkins University 1979 M.S. Environmental Engineering, Stanford University

Mountziaris, T. J.

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Lord Kelvin's atmospheric electricity measurements  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Lord Kelvin (William Thomson) made important contributions to the study of atmospheric electricity during a brief but productive period from 1859-1861. By 1859 Kelvin had recognised the need for "incessant recording" of atmospheric electrical parameters, and responded by inventing both the water dropper equaliser for measuring the atmospheric potential gradient (PG), and photographic data logging. The water dropper equaliser was widely adopted internationally and is still in use today. Following theoretical considerations of electric field distortion by local topography, Kelvin developed a portable electrometer, using it to investigate the PG on the Scottish island of Arran. During these environmental measurements, Kelvin may have unwittingly detected atmospheric PG changes during solar activity in August/September 1859 associated with the "Carrington event", which is interesting in the context of his later statements that solar magnetic influence on the Earth was impossible. Kelvin's atmospheric electricity work presents an early representative study in quantitative environmental physics, through the application of mathematical principles to an environmental problem, the design and construction of bespoke instrumentation for real world measurements and recognising the limitations of the original theoretical view revealed by experimental work.

Aplin, K. L.; Harrison, R. G.

2013-09-01

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77 FR 74228 - Lord, Abbett & Co. LLC, et al.; Notice of Application  

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...Act Release No. 30297; File No. 812-14047] Lord, Abbett & Co. LLC, et al.; Notice of Application...in certain financial instruments. Applicants: Lord, Abbett & Co. LLC (``Lord Abbett''), Lord Abbett Distributor...

2012-12-13

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Satan, Sauron, and Sundry Dark Lords: Evil Incarnate in Fantasy  

Microsoft Academic Search

Fantasy, especially epic fantasy, deals with ultimate evil. The very goal of the epic quest is often to thwart the machinations of the Dark Lord, of evil incarnate, in order to prevent him from becoming ruler of the entire world. These Dark Lords, be they called Sauron, Lord Foul, or simply the Dark One, have a large number of features

Stefan Ekman

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Reading, Living, Loving "Lord of the Flies."  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Describes a unit plan for teaching "Lord of the Flies" that allows students to respond freely to the reading and to "get out of their seats" and experience the first chapter of the book. Includes guidelines for the response-based approach, for discussion groups, and for character portfolios. (NH)

Sunderman, Wendy L.

1999-01-01

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INSIDETHIS ISSUE "Oh Lord Have Mercy"  

E-print Network

rule the earth." Many Cal grads heard Professor Levine bring African American material into focus century would become the echo chamber. "Oh Lord Have Mercy!" and its variants has occupied the minds in that course in May. HisTroubleinMind:BlackSouthernersin theAgeofJimCrow explained how rock lyrics

California at Berkeley, University of

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Kelli Palmer Noncredit Professional Certificate in Nonprofit Management  

E-print Network

Kelli Palmer Noncredit Professional Certificate in Nonprofit Management Kelli Palmer sees SCPS planning. Invited to serve on the boards of area nonprofits, Kelli earned a Certificate in Nonprofit Man, and protecting the environment. Many nonprofits and government agencies had postings for contract managers. "I

Acton, Scott

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Reductions in Palmer Amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) seed viability over time  

Technology Transfer Automated Retrieval System (TEKTRAN)

Palmer amaranth plants are likely emerging from relatively shallow depths within the soil profile. Deep tillage event should bury Palmer amaranth seeds to depths below their optimal emergence. Success of this proposed strategy for reducing weed population depends upon seed dormancy and longevity in...

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R. R. Palmer The years 1793 and 1794  

E-print Network

R. R. Palmer The years 1793 and 1794 marked the Reign of Terror of the French Rev- olution state. Palmer's other great classic, also from Princeton, is his Age of the Democratic Revolution was that a single great democratic revolution against an entrenched aristocracy swept Western culture between 1760

Landweber, Laura

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GLYPHOSATE-RESISTANT PALMER AMARANTH (AMARANTHUS PALMERI) CONFIRMED IN GEORGIA  

Technology Transfer Automated Retrieval System (TEKTRAN)

Palmer amaranth is among the three most troublesome weeds in Georgia cotton, peanut, and soybean and is among the top five most troublesome weeds in most other southeastern states. A glyphosate-resistant Palmer amaranth biotype was confirmed in central Georgia. In the field, potassium salt of glyp...

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Law Lords Decision in Pinochet Case  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

On Wednesday, the UK's highest court refused to grant General Pinochet immunity from prosecution for the second time. The court ruled six-to-one that he could face extradition to Spain where he would be charged with torture, conspiracy to torture, and conspiracy to murder. Pinochet was originally arrested in October on an extradition warrant from Spain, and the following month, the Law Lords ruled that he was not immune to prosecution for acts committed as a head of state. However, for the first time in British legal history, that decision was set aside after conflict of interest charges were levelled against one of the Lords who was connected to Amnesty International. Despite this second ruling, the case is far from settled, as the extradition proceedings themselves remain, and it is expected that Pinochet's lawyers will drag the case out for months, or even years if possible. In the meantime, the former dictator remains under house arrest in England. Users can read the full text of the Law Lords' lengthy decision at this site, provided by the UK Stationery Office.

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The Lords of Trade and Plantations  

E-print Network

the colonies. Less than a month after the Solemn League and Covenant had been sworn to, an ordinance was introduced for settling the government of the colonies of America. As f i n a l l y passed on November 2, 1643, this measure appointed Robert, Earl... possibly mean that Wills alone shall be a quorum, or i t nay be-—but to guess at their meaning i s to reason without data, so I leave i t as they have done, to be e-juained by contingencies." 1. Robert Mugent, Viscount Oxare, who had been f i r s t Lord...

Clarke, Mary Patterson

1905-01-01

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In memory of Audre Lorde 1934–1992  

Microsoft Academic Search

The life and work of Audre Lorde epitomize the theme of this issue: creating peace culture—the interconnectedness of art and work for social change. For Lorde there was no separation between her roles as poet, essayist, African?American, woman, mother, lesbian, feminist, and activist. She always pointed out the relationships among these various kinds of “outsiderness.” She refused to be categorized

Stephanie Vandrick

1993-01-01

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Lord Rectors of St Andrews 1858-to date  

E-print Network

Stirling of Keir 1865 John Stuart Mill 1868 James Anthony Froude 1872 Charles, Lord Neaves 1874 Arthur Thomason Grenfell 1931 Jan Christian Smuts 1934 Guglielmo Marconi, Marchese Marconi 1937 Robert Mac Brownlow Cecil, Lord Burghley 1952 David Robert Alexander Lindsay, 28th Earl of Crawford 1955 David Patrick

Brierley, Andrew

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Clare College, Cambridge "WE BELIEVE IN ONE LORD, JESUS CHRIST"  

E-print Network

Clare College, Cambridge "WE BELIEVE IN ONE LORD, JESUS CHRIST" Chapel ServiCeS lent term 2012 #12 Believe in one Lord, Jesus Christ..." Sermons on Sunday evenings this term will focus on the second article of the Creeds (Apostles' and Nicene), "We believe in Jesus Christ". Preachers have been invited

Cambridge, University of

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1 O sing unto the | Lord a new | song : sing unto the | Lord | all the whole | earth. 2 Sing unto the | Lord and praise his | Name : be telling of his sal | vation from | day to | day.  

E-print Network

Psalm 96 1 O sing unto the | Lord a · new | song : sing unto the | Lord | all the · whole | earth. 2 Sing unto the | Lord and · praise his | Name : be telling of his sal | vation · from | day to | day. 3 Declare his | honour · unto the | heathen : and his | wonders · unto | all | people. 4

Lasenby, Joan

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From Page to Stage: Lord of the Flies.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Discusses how drama can used in the teaching of English as a Foreign Language, describing a project at the International School of Helsinki that chose to dramatize William Golding's "Lord of the Flies." (Author/VWL)

Lucas, Helen; Hiltunen, Tuomas

2002-01-01

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Artifacts and Artifictions in Biodiversity Research Michael W. Palmer & Daniel J. McGlinn &  

E-print Network

Artifacts and Artifictions in Biodiversity Research Michael W. Palmer & Daniel J. McGlinn & Jason D, species-area relation- Folia Geobot (2008) 43:245­257 DOI 10.1007/s12224-008-9012-y M. W. Palmer (*) :D. J. McGlinn Department of Botany, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK 74078, USA e-mail: mike.palmer

Palmer, Michael W.

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A Reassessment of R. R. Palmer's "The Age of Democratic Revolution."  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Compares Robert Palmer's interpretation of the French Revolution with the Marxist and revisionist views. Stresses Palmer's theory that the French Revolution belongs to the same spiritual family as the American. Reports that Palmer saw the French Revolution as the climactic event in a series of similar upheavals that integrated liberal democracy…

Cox, Marvin

1991-01-01

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Movement of glyphosate-resistant Palmer amaranth pollen in-field  

Technology Transfer Automated Retrieval System (TEKTRAN)

Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) is one of the most troublesome weeds of Southern row crops. The objective of this study was to determine if the glyphosate resistance trait could be transferred via pollen in Palmer amaranth. In 2006, a GR Palmer amaranth pollen source population was planted in t...

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Teaching with Documents: The Red Scare and A. Mitchell Palmer.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Reviews the political conditions surrounding the Red Scare following World War I. Features a June, 1920 letter from a prominent newspaper editor which supported Attorney General A. Mitchell Palmer's anti-Communist policies. Includes teaching suggestions along with a two-page reprint of the original letter. (JDH)

Mueller, Jean; Burroughs, Wynell

1987-01-01

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Calibration Technology of Palmer Scanning Airborne Lidar with Vector Measurements  

Microsoft Academic Search

It is prerequisite to calibrate misalignment matrix between laser scanner and Position and Orientation System (POS) before airborne Light detection and ranging (Lidar) system being putted into survey application. A palmer scanning Lidar can present forward and backward scan intensity images of ground control areas. The pairs of biases between ground control points and central points of forward\\/backward scan areas

Dayong Zhang; Wenqi Wu; Liangqing Lu; Meiping Wu

2010-01-01

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Glyphosate Resistant Palmer Amaranth - A Threat To Conservation Agriculture  

Technology Transfer Automated Retrieval System (TEKTRAN)

Glyphosate resistant Palmer amaranth is now present in throughout the Southeast. Hundreds of thousands of conservation tillage cotton acres, some currently under USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) conservation program contracts, are at risk of being converted to higher-intensity til...

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Measurements of enhanced springtime ultraviolet radiation at Palmer Station, Antarctica  

Microsoft Academic Search

Measurements of ultraviolet solar spectra from Palmer Station, Antarctica have defined the surface radiation environment of the region during the Austral spring of 1988. At wavelengths where absorption by ozone is negligible, 335-345 nm, the noontime irradiances show the expected gradual increase from the first day of measurements, September 19 through December 21. Large variations related to cloudiness are imposed

Dan Lubin; John E. Frederick; C. Rocky Booth; Timothy Lucas; David Neuschuler

1989-01-01

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Glyphosate resistance does not affect Palmer amaranth seedbank longevity  

Technology Transfer Automated Retrieval System (TEKTRAN)

A greater understanding of the factors that regulate weed seed return to and persistence in the soil seedbank is needed for the management of difficult to control herbicide resistant weeds. Studies were conducted in Tifton, GA to evaluate the longevity of buried Palmer amaranth seeds and estimate t...

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SPRAY CARRIER PH EFFECT ON ABSORPTION AND TRANSLOCATION OF TRIFLOXYSULFURON IN PALMER AMARANTH (AMARANTHUS PALMER) AND TEXASWEED (CAPERONIA PALUSTRIS)  

Technology Transfer Automated Retrieval System (TEKTRAN)

Absorption and translocation of trifloxysulfuron in weed species may be affected by pH of the spray carrier. The objective of this study was to evaluate the absorption and translocation of foliar-applied 14C-trifloxysulfuron in Palmer amaranth and Texasweed at pH 5, 7, and 9 over a period of 4 to 7...

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77 FR 59701 - Culturally Significant Objects Imported for Exhibition Determinations: “Wari: Lords of the...  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...Objects Imported for Exhibition Determinations: ``Wari: Lords of the Ancient Andes'' SUMMARY: Notice is hereby given of...that the objects to be included in the exhibition ``Wari: Lords of the Ancient Andes'' imported from abroad for...

2012-09-28

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A review of "The Great Plague: A People's History" by Evelyn Lord  

E-print Network

, the specter of an Ebola pandemic. In this context, Lord’s study acquires a keen relevance as people again face the daunting prospect of fighting a horrible disease against which human defenses seem weak. Already, many of the same issues that Lord discusses...

Bonds, Larry

2014-01-01

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The Palmer Drought Severity Index: limitations and assumptions.  

USGS Publications Warehouse

The structure of the Palmer Drought Severity Index (PDSI), which is perhaps the most widely used regional index of drought, is examined. The PDSI addresses two of the most elusive properties of droughts: their intensity and their beginning and ending times. Under certain conditions, the PDSI values are very sensitive to the criteria for ending an 'established' drought and precipitation during a month can have a very large effect on the PDSI values for several previous months. -from Author

Alley, W.M.

1984-01-01

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Antarctic Holocene Climate Change: Stable Isotopic Record from Palmer Deep  

Microsoft Academic Search

The first moderate to high-resolution Holocene marine stable isotope record from the near-shore Antarctic continental shelf (ODP Hole 1098B) suggests sensitivity of the western Antarctic Peninsula hydrography to westerly wind strength and ENSO-like climate variability. Despite its proximity to corrosive Antarctic water masses, sufficient CaCO3 in Palmer Deep sediments exists to provide a high-quality stable isotopic record (especially in late

A. E. Shevenell; J. P. Kennett

2001-01-01

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Lord Brouncker's Forgotten Sequence of Continued Fractions for Pi  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

"Lord Brouncker's continued fraction for pi" is a well-known result. In this article, we show that Brouncker found not only this one continued fraction, but an entire infinite sequence of related continued fractions for pi. These were recorded in the "Arithmetica Infinitorum" by John Wallis, but appear to have been ignored and forgotten by modern…

Osler, Thomas J.

2010-01-01

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Fascinating (British) Fascism: David Britton’s Lord Horror  

Microsoft Academic Search

Although we are familiar with films and novels as sites of ‘fascinating fascism’ (Sontag) there has been comparatively little attention paid to comics or the graphic novel. David Britton’s Lord Horror forces us to confront this absence. These graphic novels offer an historical fantasy based on the life of the pre-war fascist and wartime traitor William Joyce, better known as

Benjamin Noys

2002-01-01

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New geophysical models of Palmer Deep crustal structure  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The 2004 (9th) and 2006 (11th) Ukrainian Antarctic expeditions acquired new geoelectrical data (‘short-impulse electromagnetic field formation' - FSPEF, and ‘vertical electric-resonance sounding' - VERS) along profiles across Drake Passage and along Bransfield Strait, Antarctic Peninsula, with the aim of studying the crustal structure of these features down to depths of >30 km. The sounding on this depth in Antarctic region was the first experience of deep modification of the VERS method using. Modelling experience of deep crustal structure by geophysical data with VERS method shows that there is a possibility to investigate the fluid regime, tectonic disturbances and crush zones in basement and local places of submarine volcanic activity too. This technology also gives a possibility to efficiently divide the cross-section on separate stratigraphic subsections in the sounding site and to determine its depth with high accuracy (Levashov et al., 2003; Levashov et al., 2007). Geophysical surveys enabled to yield new data set with information about Drake Passage and Palmer Deep inner crustal structure on broad continental margin of Antarctic Peninsula. Palmer Deep is located on continental (Pacific) shelf of the Antarctic Peninsula near Anvers Island and consists of three deep basins with depths from 1200? to 1500?. These basins were part of glacial outlet during glaciation's period (Rebesco et al., 1998). Geoelectrical models of Palmer Deep crustal structure along three profiles were built on the sounding data in separate points of continental shelf. Heterogeneity of Palmer Deep earth's crust obtained from VERS data modelling testified to processes of tectonic transformations of internal shelf structures. Tectonic factor explains some conformities of the most recent glaciomarine sediments and glacial streams forming during recent shelf-wide glaciations. New information about sediment distribution and inner crustal structure has an important value for searching and prospecting the hydrocarbon deposits of Palmer Deep region. These geophysical data are of particular importance for understanding of evolution and geodynamic processes at continental margin of Antarctic Peninsula. References 1. Levashov S.P., Yakymchuk M.A. Korchagin I.N., Pyschaniy Ju.M., Yakymchuk Ju.M. Electric-resonance sounding method and its application for the ecological, geological-geophysical and engineering-geological investigations. 66nd EAGE Conference and Technical Exhibition. Paris, France, 7 - 10 June 2003. Extended Abstracts P035. 4 p. 2. Levashov S.P., Yakymchuk N.A., Korchagin I.N., Solovyov V.D., Kozlenko Yu.V. New data about crustal inhomogineities and fluid regime features of West Antarctica bottom structures. 69nd EAGE Conference and Technical Exhibition. London, United Kingdom, 11-14 June 2007. Extended Abstracts P013, 4 p. 3. Levashov, S.P., Yakymchuk, N.A., Korchagin, I.N., Bachmutov, V.G., Solovyov, V.D., and Bozhezha, D.N. (2007), Drake Passage and Bransfield Strait - new geophysical data and modelling of the crustal structure, in Antarctica: A Keystone in a Changing World - Online Proceedings of the 10th ISAES X, edited by A. K. Cooper and C. R. Raymond et al., USGS Open-File Report 2007-1047, Extended Abstract 028, 4 p. 4. Rebesco, M., Camerlenghi, A., L. De Santis., Domack, E., Kirby, M. Seismic stratigraphy of Palmer Deep: a fault-bounded late Quaternary sediment trap on the inner continental shelf, Antarctic Peninsula Pacific margin/ Marine geology, 1998,151, 1, P.89-110.

Yakymchuk, M. A.; Levashov, S. P.; Korchagin, I. N.; Bachmutov, V. G.; Solovyov, V. D.

2009-04-01

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Measurements of enhanced springtime ultraviolet radiation at Palmer Station, Antarctica  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Measurements of ultraviolet solar spectra from Palmer Station, Antarctica have defined the surface radiation environment of the region during the Austral spring of 1988. At wavelengths where absorption by ozone is negligible, 335-345 nm, the noontime irradiances show the expected gradual increase from the first day of measurements, September 19 through December 21. Large variations related to cloudiness are imposed on this background. At wavelengths less than 310 nm the influence of the 1988 ozone 'hole' is apparent. The noontime irradiance observed in the wavelength band 295-305 nm October 19, two months prior to summer solstice, exceeded any value measured through December 21.

Lubin, Dan; Frederick, John E.; Booth, C. Rocky; Lucas, Timothy; Neuschuler, David

1989-08-01

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Anthony Eden’s (Lord Avon) Biliary Tract Saga  

PubMed Central

Anthony Eden (Lord Avon) was the youngest foreign secretary in Great Britain’s history. He subsequently became Prime Minister, succeeding Winston Churchill. Eden had the misfortune to have, during cholecystectomy, a biliary tract injury which required four subsequent biliary tract operations. He was subject to recurrent fevers and postoperative disability at important times in his career and during international crises. This report details the operative procedures used and his clinical status at crucial times in national and international affairs. PMID:14578742

Braasch, John W.

2003-01-01

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Rosse, 3rd Earl of [William Parsons, Lord Rosse, Lord Oxmantown] (1800-67) and Rosse, 4th Earl of [Laurence Parsons, Lord Rosse, Lord Oxmantown] (1840-1908)  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Irish astronomer and landowner, the 3rd Lord Rosse was educated at Trinity College, Dublin and Oxford as a mathematician. He became interested in astronomy and made at the family castle in Birr a 36 in reflector with the same design as William Herschel's (see HERSCEL FAMILY). Mapped the Moon, and observed nebulae with the intent to resolve them into stars. He developed the technology at Birr Cast...

Murdin, P.

2000-11-01

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Characteristics and trends in various forms of the Palmer Drought Severity Index during 19002008  

E-print Network

and Climate Experiment) satelliteobserved water storage changes (r = 0.4­0.8) over most land areas. AllCharacteristics and trends in various forms of the Palmer Drought Severity Index during 1900 2011. [1] The Palmer Drought Severity Index (PDSI) has been widely used to study aridity changes

Dai, Aiguo

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Glyphosate-resistant Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) morphology, growth, and seed production in Georgia  

Technology Transfer Automated Retrieval System (TEKTRAN)

Herbicide resistant Palmer amaranth has become the most economically detrimental weed of cotton in the Southeast US. With the continual marginalization of potential herbicide tools, research has expanded to include alternative means of affecting future Palmer amaranth populations by altering safe s...

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Response to Anthony J. Palmer, "A Philosophical View of the General Education Core"  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Anthony J. Palmer's paper continues an absolutely necessary discussion on the general education core curriculum for American undergraduate students. Initially, Palmer summarized the global conditions with which we are presently confronted. This discussion led him to the reexamination of the general education core at the undergraduate level. The…

Schuler, Nico

2004-01-01

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Hydrological response to meteorological drought using the Palmer drought indices in Thessaly, Greece  

Microsoft Academic Search

This study evaluates the efficacy of Palmer drought indices to monitor hydrological droughts in river discharges and soil moisture in selected watersheds with varying geomorphologic characteristics in region of Thessaly, Greece. The Palmer four indices (PDSI, Weighted PDSI, PHDI and the moisture anomaly Z-index) were used as indicators of meteorological drought severity. The hydrological drought severity was evaluated from the

Lampros Vasiliades; Athanasios Loukas

2009-01-01

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The Modified Palmer Drought Severity Index Based on the NCEP North American Regional Reanalysis  

Microsoft Academic Search

A 32-km high-resolution modified Palmer drought severity index (MPDSI) based on the National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) North American Regional Reanalysis (RR) from 1979 to 2004 is presented. The assumptions of Palmer, such as the water balance equation, the difference between observed precipitation and the climatologically expected precipitation over the maximum conditions, and the changes of the index as

Kingtse C. Mo; Muthuvel Chelliah

2006-01-01

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“We Are Not Disposable“: “Psychiatric”\\/PsychoSocial Disabilities, Survivor Knowledge, and Audre Lorde’s Critique of Market Fundamentalism  

Microsoft Academic Search

This presentation is part of the Disability and Dependence track.\\u000aAudre Lorde: “In a society where the good is defined in terms of profit rather than in terms of human need, there must always be some group of people who, through systematized oppression, can be made to feel surplus, to occupy the position of the dehumanized inferior.”\\u000aPeople with disabilities,

Carol J. Moeller

2010-01-01

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New variants of the Palmer drought scheme capable of integrated utility  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The Palmer drought model that was developed half a century ago has often been used for monitoring and decision making. It has gained wide-spread familiarity and acceptance, together with numerous complaints, criticisms and improvements. This study first introduces a recent variation of Palmer's model, i.e. the standardized Palmer drought index (SPDI) as a hybrid of a Palmer drought index (PI) and a standardized drought index (SI). Then, a more complicated methodology is employed to propose an SPDI-based joint drought index (SPDI-JDI), which is also physically based on the Palmer drought model and is a multivariate SI in nature. Using meteorological observations from twelve WMO gauges from all around the globe, empirical and parametric copula-based approaches are adopted and compared for the construction of SPDI-JDI. The findings in this study indicate that the SPDI-JDI derived from parametric copulas can provide an overall measure of the joint probability-based drought status by combining the probabilistic properties and dependence structure of multi-temporal scale marginals of SPDI. Meanwhile, the SPDI-JDI shows high coherence and correlation with individual PIs and performs well in drought detection when compared to the integration of Palmer drought severity index, Palmer modified drought index, Palmer hydrologic drought index and Palmer Z index as well as to the U.S. Drought Monitor observations. Taken together, new variations of the SPDI-JDI and/or SPDI are expected to bring new vigor and vitality into Palmer's drought model, making it more up-to-date for drought monitoring and prediction.

Ma, Mingwei; Ren, Liliang; Singh, Vijay P.; Yang, Xiaoli; Yuan, Fei; Jiang, Shanhu

2014-11-01

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Asteroid Lightcurve Photometry at the Palmer Divide Observatory  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The concentrated program on asteroid lightcurves at the Palmer Divide Observatory has produced more than 300 results published in the Minor Planet Bulletin, Icarus, Nature, and other publications. The Hungaria asteroids have received particular attention the past three years, with 81 lightcurves published. The Hungarias provide a unique opportunity to compare the characteristics of non planet-crossing inner main-belt asteroids against those of the NEA population. The results so far indicate a similarity in the distribution of rotation rates, with an excess of both slow and fast rotators, as well as binary population (5 Hungaria binaries have been discovered at PDO). This suggests that both spin rate evolution and binary formation are not closely related to tidal interactions with major planets, but instead are likely the result of processes present in both main-belt and planet-crossing populations. A recently implemented and concurrent program will determine the absolute magnitudes (H/G) and V-R color index for a large number of brighter main-belt and near-Earth Asteroids. The motivation for this is the fact that current asteroid surveys obtain only very crude magnitudes of the objects discovered, so the greatest uncertainty in size frequency distribution of asteroids, and NEAs in particular, is in the determination of absolute magnitudes. The extended goal is to do statistical studies relating taxonomic class, phase, and other characteristics to lightcurve periods and amplitudes. Work at the Palmer Divide Observatory is funded by NSF grant AST-0607505 and NASA grants NNX 06AB30G and NNG 06GI32G. The H/G project is funded in part by a Gene Shoemaker NEO Grant from the Planetary Society.

Warner, Brian D.; Harris, A. W.

2007-05-01

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1 Praise the | Lord O my | soul : and all that is with | in me praise his | holy | Name. 2 Praise the | Lord O my | soul : and for | get not | all his | benefits.  

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Psalm 103 1 Praise the | Lord · O my | soul : and all that is with | in me · praise his | holy | Name. 2 Praise the | Lord · O my | soul : and for | get not | all his | benefits. 3 Who for | giveth in all | places of · his do | minion : praise | thou the | Lord · O my | soul. Glory be to the | Father

Lasenby, Joan

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Structural polarities in J.R.R. Tolkien's The lord of the rings  

Microsoft Academic Search

My thesis reflects an assessment of The Lord of the Rings centering on the idea of a structure of opposites. For each place, race, character and object in The Lord of the Rings, J.R.R. Tolkien included an element which serves as an antithesis. In addition, the style, pacing, and language of the work also contain antithetical pairs which continually engage

Quincey Vierling Upshaw

2009-01-01

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The Lord Kelvin Project: Middle School Science for the 21st Century.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This paper introduces and reports upon lessons learned during the development phase of the Lord Kelvin Middle School Science Program. For the past two years, a set of tools to help middle school students learn science in a way that uses the full power of today's technology has been under development. Lord Kelvin is a robust collection of science…

Foti, Sebastian; Ledbetter, Ric; Taylor, Fred; Al-Kazemi, Ebraheem

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Decolonizing Imaginaries: Rethinking "the People" in the Young Lords' Church Offensive  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This essay is an attempt to come to terms with the Young Lords' popular liberation rhetoric in the church offensive. Building from Michael Calvin McGee's observation that ""the people" are more process than phenomenon," I explore the ways in which the Young Lords' craft "the people's repertory of convictions" from diverse rhetorical resources in…

Enck-Wanzer, Darrel

2012-01-01

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Developing a community mind on the role and meaning of the Lord's Supper at St. Mark's Church, Burlington, NC  

Microsoft Academic Search

This project was designed to develop community mind on the role and meaning of the Lord's Supper at St. Mark's Interdenominational Church. The Lord's Supper plays a life giving role in the community of Christ, and is therefore important to the any congregation. This project is a process to facilitate community mind on the role and meaning of the Lord's

Stephen R. Flint

2002-01-01

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Adaptive Thouless-Anderson-Palmer approach to inverse Ising problems with quenched random fields  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The adaptive Thouless-Anderson-Palmer equation is derived for inverse Ising problems in the presence of quenched random fields. We test the proposed scheme on Sherrington-Kirkpatrick, Hopfield, and random orthogonal models and find that the adaptive Thouless-Anderson-Palmer approach allows accurate inference of quenched random fields whose distribution can be either Gaussian or bimodal. In particular, another competitive method for inferring external fields, namely, the naive mean field method with diagonal weights, is compared and discussed.

Huang, Haiping; Kabashima, Yoshiyuki

2013-06-01

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Lord Byron's physician: John William Polidori on somnambulism.  

PubMed

John William Polidori (1795-1821) was the Edinburgh-trained physician hired by Lord Byron to accompany him to Switzerland, where he participated in the story-telling event proposed by Byron that led, with Polidori's help, to Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. Although those interested in English literature might also remember Polidori as the author of The Vampyre, one of the first extended works of fiction about vampires, his earlier interest in somnambulism and trance states is only beginning to be appreciated. Even more than students of Romantic literature, historians of science and medicine seem little aware of what Polidori had written about oneirodynia, a synonym for somnambulism, and how his thoughts from 1815 about such activities reflected the changing medical zeitgeist at this time. This chapter examines Polidori's medical thesis in a neuroscience context and compares what he wrote to the writings of several other physicians who were fascinated by nocturnal wanderings, their causes, their manifestations, and their possible treatments. PMID:24290263

Finger, Stanley; Stiles, Anne

2013-01-01

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Impacts of a population outbreak of the urchin Tripneustes gratilla amongst Lord Howe Island coral communities  

Microsoft Academic Search

Subtidal reef surveys within the Lord Howe Island Marine Park revealed that populations of the sea urchin Tripneustes gratilla underwent an explosive outbreak in some regions of the park over a 2-year period. This urchin was rare or absent during 2006\\u000a surveys at 33 sites studied, but at sites off northern Lord Howe Island in 2008, densities averaged >1.3 m?2. Dramatic

J. P. Valentine; G. J. Edgar

2010-01-01

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Effect of cover crop and premergence herbicides on the control of ALS-Resistant Palmer Amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) in peanut  

Technology Transfer Automated Retrieval System (TEKTRAN)

Palmer amaranth is a troublesome species across most of the southeastern United States. Resistance to acetolactate synthase (ALS) inhibiting herbicides has made control of Palmer amaranth even more difficult for peanut producers. Field studies were conducted in 2007 and 2008 to determine the impac...

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Establishing the Geographical Distribution and Level of Acetolactate Synthase Resistance of Palmer Amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) Accessions in Georgia  

Technology Transfer Automated Retrieval System (TEKTRAN)

Palmer amaranth resisitance to acetolactate synthase inhibiting (ALS) herbicides was first identified in Georgia in 2000. Since then, complaints from farmers have increased concerning failure of ALS-herbicides in controlling Palmer amaranth in peanut. Efficacy of ALS-herbicides can be compromised ...

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Speciation with gene flow on Lord Howe Island  

PubMed Central

Understanding the processes underlying the origin of species is a fundamental goal of biology. It is widely accepted that speciation requires an interruption of gene flow between populations: ongoing gene exchange is considered a major hindrance to population divergence and, ultimately, to the evolution of new species. Where a geographic barrier to reproductive isolation is lacking, a biological mechanism for speciation is required to counterbalance the homogenizing effect of gene flow. Speciation with initially strong gene flow is thought to be extremely rare, and few convincing empirical examples have been published. However, using phylogenetic, karyological, and ecological data for the flora of a minute oceanic island (Lord Howe Island, LHI), we demonstrate that speciation with gene flow may, in fact, be frequent in some instances and could account for one in five of the endemic plant species of LHI. We present 11 potential instances of species divergence with gene flow, including an in situ radiation of five species of Coprosma (Rubiaceae, the coffee family). These results, together with the speciation of Howea palms on LHI, challenge current views on the origin of species diversity. PMID:21730151

Papadopulos, Alexander S. T.; Baker, William J.; Crayn, Darren; Butlin, Roger K.; Kynast, Ralf G.; Hutton, Ian; Savolainen, Vincent

2011-01-01

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Genetics of caffeine consumption and responses to caffeine Amy Yang & Abraham A. Palmer & Harriet de Wit  

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REVIEW Genetics of caffeine consumption and responses to caffeine Amy Yang & Abraham A. Palmer-Verlag 2010 Abstract Rationale Caffeine is widely consumed in foods and bev- erages and is also used genetics affects consumption, acute re- sponse, or the long-term effects of caffeine. Objective This paper

Ober, Carole

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Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the "Merrill-Palmer Quarterly"  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The academic year 2004-2005 marks the 50th anniversary of the "Merrill-Palmer Quarterly: A Journal of Developmental Psychology." This occasion provides an opportunity to celebrate the journal's heritage, its long history of scholarly contributions to the human developmental sciences, and its current and future mission as a purveyor of scientific…

Ladd, Gary W.

2004-01-01

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Influence of carrier volume and nozzle selection on Palmer amaranth control  

Technology Transfer Automated Retrieval System (TEKTRAN)

Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri S Wats.) is largely viewed as one of the most troublesome weeds in the southeast. Effective control is essential in order to avoid reductions of crop yield. Due to wide-spread resistance to the ALS chemistry, postemergence contact herbicides are often the only i...

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Integrated palmer amaranth management in glufosinate-resistant cotton: II. primary, secondary, and conservation tillage  

Technology Transfer Automated Retrieval System (TEKTRAN)

A three-year field experiment was conducted to evaluate the role of inversion tillage, cover crops and spring tillage methods for Palmer amaranth between-row (BR) and within-row (WR) management in glufosinate-resistant cotton. Main plots were two inversion tillage systems: fall inversion tillage (IT...

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Volney B. Palmer, 1799-1864: The Nation's First Advertising Agency Man.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This monograph examines the life of Volney B. Palmer, who was the prototype of the modern advertising person. The first section discusses his background and early experience in Pennsylvania. The second section discusses the American Newspaper Agency, established as the first advertising agency in 1842. The third section examines the kind of man…

Holland, Donald R.

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Palmer Quest: A Feasible Nuclear Fission "Vision Mission" to the Mars Polar Caps  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

We are engaged in a NASA Vision Mission study, called Palmer Quest after the American Antarctic explorer Nathaniel Palmer, to assess the presence of life and evaluate the habitability of the basal domain of the Mars polar caps. We address this goal through four objectives: 1. Determine the presence of amino acids, nutrients, and geochemical heterogeneity in the ice sheet. 2. Quantify and characterize the provenance of the amino acids in Mars ice. 3. Assess the stratification of outcropped units for indications of habitable zones. 4. Determine the accumulation of ice, mineralogic material, and amino acids in Mars ice caps over the present epoch. Because of the defined scientific goal for the vision mission, the Palmer Quest focus is astrobiological; however, the results of the study make us optimistic that aggressive multi-platform in-situ missions that address a wide range of objectives, such as climate change, can be supported by variations of the approach used on this mission. Mission Overview: The Palmer Quest baseline

Carsey, F. D.; Beegle, L. W.; Nakagawa, R.; Elliott, J. O.; Matthews, J. B.; Coleman, M. L.; Hecht, M. H.; Ivaniov, A. B.; Head, J. W.; Milkovich, S.

2005-01-01

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Palmer Amaranth Control as Affected by Herbicide, Method of Application, and Winter Cover Crop  

Technology Transfer Automated Retrieval System (TEKTRAN)

Glyphosate-tolerant cotton allows growers to transition to conservation tillage, promoting soil conservation. Elimination of cultivation in conservation tillage shifts the weed control burden on herbicides. Glyphosate-resistant Palmer amaranth (PA) was discovered in 2004 and threatens effective weed...

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Construct Validation of Bachman and Palmer's (1996) Strategic Competence Model over Time in EFL Reading Tests  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This article reports on a large-scale study that aims to validate the theory of strategic competence proposed by Bachman and Palmer (1996) through the use of structural equation modeling (SEM). The present study examines the relationship of test-takers' long-term strategic knowledge (i.e., trait strategies) and actual strategy use (i.e., state…

Phakiti, Aek

2008-01-01

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Multi-GCM Projections of Global Drought Conditions With Use of the Palmer Drought Indices  

Microsoft Academic Search

We use two Palmer Drought Indices (the PDSI and Z-index) to assess the drought conditions in future climates as projected by seven Global Climate Models (GCMs). Both indices are based on precipitation and temperature data (this makes them more suitable for climate change impact studies compared to the Standardized Precipitation Index, which is based only on precipitation) and the available

M. Dubrovsky; M. Svoboda; M. Trnka; M. Hayes; D. Wilhite; Z. Zalud

2007-01-01

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A Seasonal Survey of Click Beetles in a Potato Production Area Near Palmer, Alaska  

Technology Transfer Automated Retrieval System (TEKTRAN)

Adult elaterids associated with potato production were collected in the three major potato producing areas of Alaska: Fairbanks, Delta Junction, and Palmer, and from a subsistence farm above the arctic circle in Wiseman. Twelve species from ten genera were collected including three of the six most e...

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VAMMPIRE-LORD: A Web Server for Straightforward Lead Optimization Using Matched Molecular Pairs.  

PubMed

VAMMPIRE-LORD (lead optimization by rational design) describes an innovative strategy to improve the binding affinity of a defined lead compound using 3D matched molecular pairs (3D-MMPs). 3D-MMPs are defined as pairs of molecules that differ in exactly one structural transformation and have a known bioactive conformation. We developed a novel atom-pair descriptor (LORD_FP) that represents the ligand-as well as the receptor environment-of a chemical transformation and built a predictive model based on 17?602 3D-MMPs. We demonstrate that the created model is able to extrapolate the knowledge of a chemical transformation and the associated effect on ligand affinity to any similar system. VAMMPIRE-LORD was implemented as a web server that guides the user step-by-step through the optimization process of a defined lead compound. PMID:25629725

Weber, Julia; Achenbach, Janosch; Moser, Daniel; Proschak, Ewgenij

2015-02-23

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Decline in the distribution and abundance of flesh-footed shearwaters ( Puffinus carneipes) on Lord Howe Island, Australia  

Microsoft Academic Search

The flesh-footed shearwater (Puffinus carneipes) is a migratory seabird that ranges widely across the Pacific and Indian Oceans. The principal breeding populations are in Australia and New Zealand. The only breeding site in eastern Australia is on Lord Howe Island. Despite it being afforded a high level of legislative protection, the population on Lord Howe Island has declined substantially during

David Priddel; Nicholas Carlile; Peter Fullagar; Ian Hutton; Lisa O’Neill

2006-01-01

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Robustness of Lord's Formulas for Item Difficulty and Discrimination Conversions between Classical and Item Response Theory Models  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Lord (1980) proposed formulas that provide direct relationships between IRT discrimination and difficulty parameters and conventional item statistics. The purpose of the present study was to determine the robustness of the formulas beyond the initial and restrictive conditions identified by Lord. Simulation and real achievement data were employed.…

Dawber, Teresa; Rogers, W. Todd; Carbonaro, Michael

2009-01-01

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Uncertainties in the relative positions of the Australia, Antarctica, Lord Howe, and Pacific plates since the late cretaceous  

Microsoft Academic Search

We determined parameters that describe finite rotations and their uncertainity regions for relative plate motion at the spreading centers between the Pacific and Antarctic plates, between Australia and Antarctica, and between the Lord Howe Rise and Australia. We combined these to yield a range of possible finite rotations describing the relative positions of the Pacific, Australia, Antarctica, and Lord Howe

Joann Stock; Peter Molnar

1982-01-01

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Alex Lord's British Columbia: Recollections of a Rural School Inspector, 1915-36. The Pioneers of British Columbia.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Alex Lord, a pioneer inspector of rural British Columbia (Canada) schools, shares in these recollections of his experiences in a province barely out of the stagecoach era. Traveling through vast northern territory, using unreliable transportation, and enduring climate extremes, Lord became familiar with the aspirations of remote communities and…

Calam, John, Ed.

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Two-Stage Equating in Differential Item Functioning Detection under the Graded Response Model with the Raju Area Measures and the Lord Statistic.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Examined the effect of test purification in detecting differential item functioning (DIF) by means of polytomous extensions of the Raju area measures (N. Raju, 1990) and the Lord statistic (F. Lord, 1980). Simulation results suggest the necessity of using a two-stage equating purification process with the Raju exact measures and the Lord statistic…

Hidalgo-Montesinos, Maria Dolores; Lopez-Pina, Jose Antonio

2002-01-01

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Design of the LORD experiment and perspectives of ultrahigh-energy particles observation  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The feasibility of using the Lunar Orbital Radio Detector (LORD) to detect radio signals from showers initiated by ultrahigh-energy particles interacting with the lunar regolith is studied. The design of the LORD space apparatus is presented. The simulation by the Monte Carlo method has shown the necessity to take into account the radio signal reflection from the lower Lunar regolith boundary. As a result, the increase of the observation efficiency of true events increases by several times. This fact greatly enhances the scientific potential of experiments with the lunar orbital radio detector

Gusev, G. A.; Chechin, V. A.; Lomonosov, B. N.; Polukhina, N. G.; Ryabov, V. A.

2012-01-01

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The M51 mystery: Lord Rosse, Robinson, South and the discovery of spiral structure in 1845  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

In April 1845 Lord Rosse discovered the spiral structure of M51 with his 72-inch reflector at Birr Castle. Already in March the new telescope had been pointed at the object in Canes Venatici, later nicknamed the 'Whirlpool Nebula'. Two experienced astronomers were present: Sir James South and the Reverend Thomas Romney Robin-son. The problem is that there is no record that they noticed the spiral structure, even though it was immediately seen by Lord Rosse the next month. The solution presented here is based on evidentiary facts, highlighting the nineteenth century astronomical praxis. Focal points are bias, fantasy and a sometimes fatal conspiracy of eye and brain.

Steinicke, Wolfgang

2012-03-01

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11:015:265 Nutrition for Today (1 credit) Fall 2013 Dr. Debra Palmer dpalmer@njaes.rutgers.edu;  

E-print Network

Cuite October 28 Food System/Politics Considerations Dr. Debra Palmer November 4 Food System/Politics of staff and students November 18 Food Safety 101 Dr. Don Schaffner November 25 TBA TBD December 2 TBA TBD

Chen, Kuang-Yu

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Asteroid Lightcurve Analysis at the Palmer Divide Observatory: 2009 June-September  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Lightcurves for 17 asteroids were obtained at the Palmer Divide Observatory (PDO) from 2009 June through September: 434 Hungaria, 790 Pretoria, 950 Ahrensa, 1203 Nanna, 1575 Winifred, (5639) 1989 PE, 6447 Terrycole, (6461) 1993 VB5, 6859 Datemasamune, (8639) 1986 VB1, 15374 Teta, (20614) 1999 SN3, (26916) 1996 RR2, 27776 Cortland, (32209) 2000 OW9, (46818) 1998 MZ24, and (77799) 2001 QV88.

Warner, Brian D.

2010-01-01

86

Antarctic Holocene climate change: A benthic foraminiferal stable isotope record from Palmer Deep  

Microsoft Academic Search

The first moderate- to high-resolution Holocene marine stable isotope record from the nearshore Antarctic continental shelf (Ocean Drilling Program (ODP) Hole 1098B) suggests sensitivity of the western Antarctic Peninsula hydrography to westerly wind strength and El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO)-like climate variability. Despite proximity to corrosive Antarctic water masses, sufficient CaCO3 in Palmer Deep sediments exists to provide a high-quality stable

Amelia E. Shevenell; James P. Kennett

2002-01-01

87

Kan man skriva en bok enbart om palmer? -Visst kan man det!  

E-print Network

Kan man skriva en bok enbart om palmer? - Visst kan man det! Mellan åren 1823 och 1850 pub-1868) Den röda linjen visar resrutten genom Amazonas djungler. #12;en av planscherna kan man se en per- son som sitter på en stol och en annan som står bakom honom med ett para- ply. Man kan på goda grunder

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Asteroid Lightcurve Analysis at CS3-Palmer Divide Station: 2014 October-December  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Lightcurves for 18 main-belt asteroids were obtained at the Center for Solar System Studies-Palmer Divide Station (CS3-PDS) from 2014 October through December. All but one of the asteroids were a member of the Hungaria orbital group or collisional family, observed as follow-up to previous apparitions to check for undiscovered satellites, to improve previous binary discovery parameters, or to obtain data for spin axis and shape modeling.

Warner, Brian D.

2015-04-01

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DEMONSTRATION OF WELLMAN-LORD/ALLIED CHEMICAL FGD TECHNOLOGY: BOILER OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS  

EPA Science Inventory

The report gives results of an intensive examination and characterization of a coal-fired boiler prior to retrofit of a full scale flue gas desulfurization (FGD) unit employing the Wellman-Lord/Allied process. The test established a baseline profile of the boiler for later compar...

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Negotiating Legacies: Audre Lorde, W.E.B. Du Bois, Marlon Riggs, and Me.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Demonstrates how the writing of Audre Lorde, W. E. B. Du Bois, and Marlon Riggs contributed to the author's personal and professional development as a homosexual scholar of African descent. Describes negotiating legacies as the process of understanding the contexts and contributions of cultural ancestors. (SK)

Price-Spratley, Townsand

1996-01-01

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Lord of a Brave New Cuckoo's Nest: Implications for Supervisory Authority.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The contradiction in instructional supervisors' roles between helping and rating teachers raises questions about the nature of supervisory authority. Three novels--Golding's "Lord of the Flies," Huxley's "Brave New World," and Kesey's "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"--illustrate the general problem of combining social control with individual…

Grimmett, Peter

1981-01-01

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Aspects of Orientalism in J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings  

Microsoft Academic Search

Was J.R.R. Tolkien an Orientalist? Though this specific question has apparently not been addressed before in scholarship, it is a valid query. Tolkien's primary work, the epic heroic romance The Lord of the Rings, is replete with themes that directly pertain to discourses involving Orientalism and postcolonial concerns, such as racism, perception of the Other, and nationalism. The constant interaction

Astrid Winegar

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The "Lord of the Rings": Affective Approaches to Teaching Literature. DRICE (Development & Research in Confluent Education).  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This paper was intended to be read to a class or group of people who will in turn respond to the directions given in the paper. It is an attempt to merge the affective and cognitive experiences of literature in order to provide a more meaningful experience while studying J.R.R. Tolkien's trilogy, "The Lord of the Rings." The directions are to…

Hillman, Aaron

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Briefing on the Medical Innovation Bill House of Lords Committee Stage 24 October 2014  

E-print Network

Briefing on the Medical Innovation Bill House of Lords Committee Stage ­ 24 October 2014 Patients need access to innovative, safe and effective treatments in a timely manner, and we therefore support the intention behind the Medical Innovation Bill. However, we have concerns over whether the Bill as drafted

Rambaut, Andrew

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The "Lord of the Rings"--A "Mythos" Applicable in Unsustainable Times?  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This article explores the relevance of J.R.R. Tolkien's "The Lord of the Rings" to environmental education and contemporary concerns about social and environmental injustices. It presents an account of the relationship between Tolkien's environmental biography and those aspects of the story that highlight the connection between his personal…

Morgan, Alun

2010-01-01

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Music, Myth, and Education: The Case of "The Lord of the Rings" Film Trilogy  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

In probing the interrelationship of myth, meaning, and education, the author offers a case in point, notably, Peter Jackson's film adaptations and Howard Shore's musical scores for J. R. R. Tolkien's "The Lord of the Rings trilogy"--"The Fellowship of the Ring," "The Two Towers," and "The Return of the King." Intersecting literature, film, and…

Jorgensen, Estelle R.

2010-01-01

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CAPSULE REPORT: FIRST PROGRESS REPORT: WELLMAN-LORD SO2 RECOVERY PROCESS - FLUE GAS DESULFURIZATION PLANT  

EPA Science Inventory

This capsule report describes results from a joint program conducted by Northern Indiana Public Service Company (NIPSCO) and EPA to demonstrate the sulfur dioxide removal capabilities of the Wellman-Lord/Allied Chemical flue gas desulfurization (FGD) facility. he operation proces...

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DEMONSTRATION OF WELLMAN-LORD/ALLIED CHEMICAL FGD TECHNOLOGY: DEMONSTRATION TEST FIRST YEAR RESULTS  

EPA Science Inventory

The report gives results of the first year of a comprehensive test program to demonstrate the capabilities of a full-scale plant using the Wellman-Lord/Allied Chemical process for desulfurizing flue gas. The FGD unit is retrofitted to Northern Indiana Public Service Company's 115...

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The Consciousness of Surrender and the Surrendered Consciousness: Ecstatic Dreams of Lord Krishna  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This article is based on research at Bhaktivedanta Manor, the main UK centre of the Hare Krishna movement, and it examines ecstatic dreams of Lord Krishna which devotees at the Manor claim to experience. With a focus on one key informant's account of such dreams, the article explores the role the dreams play in spiritual and devotional life.…

Dwyer, Graham

2004-01-01

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High School Decision-Making at Henry Lord Middle School in Fall River  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The purpose of this qualitative study was to investigate how students at Henry Lord Middle School in Fall River take into consideration their initial college and career aspirations when making their decision for high school. Self-efficacy theory, critical theory, and a literature review related to high school decision-making inform the analysis of…

Bronhard, Aimee A.

2012-01-01

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Understanding "Lord of the Flies": A Student Casebook to Issues, Sources, and Historical Documents.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

A seemingly simple tale of schoolboys marooned on an island, the novel "Lord of the Flies" is an enigmatic and provocative piece of literature. This casebook probes the many layers of meaning in the novel, examining its literary, philosophical, historical, scientific, and religious significance. The casebook integrates analysis and primary…

Olsen, Kirstin

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Mechanism of resistance of evolved glyphosate-resistant Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri).  

PubMed

Evolved glyphosate resistance in weedy species represents a challenge for the continued success and utility of glyphosate-resistant crops. Glyphosate functions by inhibiting the plant enzyme 5-enolpyruvylshikimate-3-phosphate synthase (EPSPS). The resistance mechanism was determined in a population of glyphosate-resistant Palmer amaranth from Georgia (U.S.). Within this population, glyphosate resistance correlates with increases in (a) genomic copy number of EPSPS, (b) expression of the EPSPS transcript, (c) EPSPS protein level, and (d) EPSPS enzymatic activity. Dose response results from the resistant and an F(2) population suggest that between 30 and 50 EPSPS genomic copies are necessary to survive glyphosate rates between 0.5 and 1.0 kg ha(-1). These results further confirm the role of EPSPS gene amplification in conferring glyphosate resistance in this population of Palmer amaranth. Questions remain related to how the EPSPS amplification initially occurred and the occurrence of this mechanism in other Palmer amaranth populations and other glyphosate-resistant species. PMID:21329355

Gaines, Todd A; Shaner, Dale L; Ward, Sarah M; Leach, Jan E; Preston, Christopher; Westra, Philip

2011-06-01

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Uplift of Lord Howe Rise during the Late Paleogene: Constraints from Micropaleontological Proxies  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Lord Howe Rise is located east of Australia and northwest of New Zealand within a series of basins and ridges in the Southwest Pacific Ocean that formed during the Cretaceous breakup of Gondwana. Coring of Lord Howe Rise during Deep Sea Drilling Project (DSDP) Legs 21 and 90 recovered pelagic sediments of Late Cretaceous to Cenozoic age. Neogene sequences in the region contain few hiatuses, whereas the Paleogene interval records an Eocene/Oligocene unconformity of varying duration originally interpreted to reflect major oceanographic circulation changes resulting from the development of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current. Recent work based primarily on stratal geometries and seismic reflection facies suggests that the unconformity may be related to uplift of the rise to at or near sea level as a result of subduction processes in the New Zealand region. To test this hypothesis, we collected high-resolution samples across the unconformity at three sites cored on Lord Howe Rise (DSDP Sites 207, 208, and 592) and one site in the adjacent New Caledonia Basin (DSDP Site 206) to examine changes in paleoenvironment across the unconformity. Biostratigraphic results based on calcareous nannofossils and planktic and benthic foraminifera indicate that the hiatus is of varying duration and at one site is a distinctly different age. At Sites 206, 207, and 208, the Eocene/Oligocene boundary is missing, with sediments below the unconformity of Middle Eocene age and sediments above the unconformity of Early Oligocene (Sites 206 and 208) to Middle Miocene (Site 207) age. In contrast, Site 592 records a complete Eocene/Oligocene boundary sequence, with the hiatus spanning the late Early Oligocene to Early Miocene. Sediments below the unconformity at this site are similar in age to those deposited directly above the unconformity in the New Caledonia Basin and on northern Lord Howe Rise. Paleodepths based on benthic foraminifera assemblages suggest some shallowing across the unconformity at all sites, which is consistent with tectonic activity in the region during the late Paleogene. The New Caledonia Basin and northern Lord Howe Rise sites show ~1000 m of shallowing across the unconformity, despite being at significantly different water depths today. Southern Lord Howe Rise Site 207 records the greatest change in paleodepth, with more than 1000 m of shallowing. At Site 592, only approximately 500 m of shallowing occurred across the unconformity. These results suggest tectonic activity in the region near the Eocene/Oligocene transition, in addition to the oceanographic changes that occurred at that time.

Kulhanek, D. K.; Morgans, H. E.; Bache, F.; Collot, J.; Rouillard, P.; Sutherland, R.

2013-12-01

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Effects of Thermal Exposure on the Optical Properties of LORD Aeroglaze A276  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

A lunar outpost will require electrical energy. One potential source is fission surface power where heat from a reactor is converted into electricity utilizing an energy conversion system, and waste heat will need to be rejected from the system. The Second Generation Radiator Demonstration Unit is a technology demonstration unit leading towards operational radiators. To approximate the infrared emittance of the lunar outpost radiators, a low-cost coating compatible with the test conditions was sought. LORD Aeroglaze A276 has a similar emittance, but its performance in air and vacuum at the desired operating temperatures was unknown. This study determined that the emittance remained above 0.86 for all conditions tested and that LORD Aeroglaze A276 is a suitable surrogate coating for the Second Generation Radiator Demonstration Unit.

Ellis, David L.; Jaworske, Donald A.

2009-01-01

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Continuation of the New England Orogen, Australia, beneath the Queensland Plateau and Lord Howe rise  

USGS Publications Warehouse

Greywacke, argillite, greyschist and hypabyssal igneous rocks have been obtained from an Ocean Drilling Program core on the Queensland Plateau and from xenoliths in a volcanic breccia dredged from the crest of the Lord Howe Rise. Low to intermediate detrital quartz contents, 260-240 Ma K-Ar ages, and only moderately radiogenic Sr and Nd isotope compositions, suggest a correlation with the New England Orogen of eastern Australia, rather than with Australia's Lachlan Orogen or other adjacent geological provinces. Our results indicate that the New England Orogen terranes continue towards New Zealand at least as far as the southern Lord Howe Rise. The projected offshore boundaries of the major east Australian orogens are now known with more confidence, and do not appear to require any major cross-orogen offsets.

Mortimer, N.; Hauff, F.; Calvert, A.T.

2008-01-01

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Observation of ultrahigh-energy cosmic rays and neutrinos from lunar orbit: LORD space experiment  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The problem of detecting highest-energy cosmic rays and neutrinos in the Universe is reviewed. Nowadays, there becomes clear that observation of these particles requires approaches based on novel principles. Projects based on orbital radio detectors for particles of energies above the CZK cut-off are discussed. We imply the registration of coherent Cherenkov radio emission produced by cascades of most energetic particles in radio-transparent lunar regolith. The Luna-Glob space mission proposed for launching in the near future involves the Lunar Orbital Radio Detector (LORD). The feasibility of LORD space instrument to detect radio signals from cascades initiated by ultrahigh-energy particles interacting with lunar regolith is examined. The comprehensive Monte Carlo calculations were carried out within the energy range of 10 (20) -10 (25) eV with the account for physical properties of the Moon such as its density, the lunar-regolith radiation length, the radio-wave absorption length, the refraction index, and the orbital altitude of a lunar satellite. We may expect that the LORD space experiment will surpass in its apertures and capabilities the majority of well-known current and proposed experiments dealing with the detection of both ultrahigh-energy cosmic rays and neutrinos. The design of the LORD space instrument and its scientific potentialities in registration of low-intense cosmic-ray particle fluxes above the GZK cut-off up to 10 (25) eV is discussed as well. The designed LORD module (including an antenna system, amplifiers, and a data acquisition system) now is under construction. The LORD space experiment will make it possible to obtain important information on the highest-energy particles in the Universe, to verify modern models for the origin and the propagation of ultrahigh-energy cosmic rays and neutrinos. Successful completion of the LORD experiment will permit to consider the next step of the program, namely, a multi-satellite lunar systems to increase the statistics and the accuracy of the experiment. Opportunities and prospects of a multi-satellite system for observation of ultrahigh-energy cosmic rays and neutrinos are also investigated. In addition, possibilities of future missions to Jovian satellites are analyzed, insofar as the largest ice planets of the Solar System (Ganymede and Europe) can be considered as convenient targets for registration of ultrahigh-energy particles by orbiting radio detectors. The expected results are compared to those for the lunar target. The conclusion is made that within the Solar System, there are no objects with better registration efficiency for ultrahigh-energy cosmic rays and neutrinos that can be utilized in space experiments of as an alternative to the future space mission Luna-Glob with the LORD orbital radio detector.

Ryabov, Vladimir; Chechin, Valery; Gusev, German

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Upon Further Review: II. An Examination of Previous Lightcurve Analysis from the Palmer Divide Observatory  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Updated results are given for six asteroids previously reported from the Palmer Divide Observatory. The original images were remeasured to obtain new data sets using the latest version of MPO Canopus photometry software, analysis tools, and revised techniques for linking multiple observing runs covering several days to several weeks. Results that were previously not reported or had significantly different periods and/or amplitudes were found for 1329 Eliane, 1582 Martir, 2023 Asaph, 8041 Masumoto, (26853) 1992 UQ2, and (52387) 1993 OM7. This is the second in a series of papers that examines results obtained during the initial years of the asteroid lightcurve program at PDO.

Warner, Brian D.

2010-10-01

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Asteroid lightcurve analysis at the Palmer Divide Observatory - late 2005 and early 2006  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Lightcurves for 23 of 24 asteroids were obtained at the Palmer Divide Observatory from November 2005 through early February 2006: 224 Oceana, 332 Siri, 494 Virtus, 549 Jessonda, 573 Recha, 596 Scheila, 773 Irmintraud, 840 Zenobia, 1207 Ostenia, 1238 Predappia, 1613 Smiley, 1694 Kaiser, 2839 Annette, 2856 Roeser, 3511 Tsvetaeva, 3635 Kreutz, 3873 Roddy, 4283 Stoffler, 4547 Massachusetts, (5877) 1990 FP, (18582) 1997 XK9, and (21056) 1991 CA1. In addition, a revised period for 1582 Martir based on data obtained in 2000 is presented.

Warner, Brian D.

2006-09-01

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Asteroid Lightcurve Analysis at the Palmer Divide Observatory: 2010 September-December  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Lightcurves for 23 asteroids were obtained at the Palmer Divide Observatory (PDO) from 2010 September through December: 795 Fini, 1506 Xosa, 1600 Vyssotsky, 2518 Rutllant, 3873 Roddy, 8380 Tooting, 9774 Annjudge, 1118 Modra, (11279) 1989 TC, 11976 Josephthurn, (16026) 1999 CM118, (24815) 1994 VQ6, (44600) 1999 RU10, (48601) 1995 BL, (48707) 1996 KR1, (74219) 1998 RM78, (75489) 1999 XO178, (86192) 1999 SV1, (86217) 1999 TB35, (86257) 1999 TK207, (100926) 1998 MQ, (107668) 2001 FY4, and (150370) 2000 CG65.

Warner, Brian D.

2011-04-01

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My soul doth | magnify the | Lord: and my | spirit hath re | joiced in God my | Saviour.  

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MAGNIFICAT My soul doth | magnify · the | Lord: and my | spirit · hath re | joiced in · God my | and · to the | Holy | Ghost; As it was in the be | ginning · is | now and ever || shall be | world with · out | end; As it was in the be | ginning · is | now and ever || shall be | world with · out | end. A | men. #12;

Lasenby, Joan

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Abundance, diversity, and feeding behavior of coral reef butterflyfishes at Lord Howe Island  

PubMed Central

Endemic species are assumed to have a high risk of extinction because their restricted geographic range is often associated with low abundance and high ecological specialization. This study examines the abundance of Chaetodon butterflyfishes at Lord Howe Island in the south-west Pacific, and compares interspecific differences in local abundance to the feeding behavior and geographic range of these species. Contrary to expected correlations between abundance and geographic range, the single most abundant species of butterflyfish was Chaetodon tricinctus, which is endemic to Lord Howe Island and adjacent reefs; densities of C. tricinctus (14.1 ± 2.1 SE fish per 200m2) were >3 times higher than the next most abundant butterflyfish (Chaetodon melannotus), and even more abundant than many other geographically widespread species. Dietary breadth for the five dominant butterflyfishes at Lord Howe Island was weakly and generally negative correlated with abundance. The endemic C. tricinctus was a distinct outlier in this relationship, though our extensive feeding observations suggest some issues with the measurements of dietary breadth for this species. Field observations revealed that all bites taken on benthic substrates by C. tricinctus were from scleractinian corals, but adults rarely, if ever, took bites from the benthos, suggesting that they may be feeding nocturnally and/or using mid-water prey, such as plankton. Alternatively, the energetic demands of C. tricinctus may be fundamentally different to other coral-feeding butterflyfishes. Neither dietary specialization nor geographic range accounts for interspecific variation in abundance of coral reef butterflyfishes at Lord Howe Island, while much more work on the foraging behavior and population dynamics of C. tricinctus will be required to understand its’ abundance at this location. PMID:25478152

Pratchett, Morgan S; Hoey, Andrew S; Cvitanovic, Christopher; Hobbs, Jean-Paul A; Fulton, Christopher J

2014-01-01

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LORD Space Experiment for Investigation of Ultrahigh Energy Cosmic-ray Particles  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The problem of detecting cosmic rays and neutrinos of energies above the GZK cutoff is reviewed. Nowadays, it becomes clear that registration of nature's most energetic particles requires approaches based on new principles. First of all, we imply the detection of the coherent Cherenkov radio emission in cascades of ultrahigh-energy particles in radio-transparent natural dense media, i.e., ice shields of Antarctica, mineral salt, and lunar regolith. The Luna-Glob space mission planned for launching in the near future involves the Lunar Orbital Radio Detector (LORD) whose aperture for cosmic rays and neutrinos of energies E >= 1020 eV exceeds all existing ground-based arrays. The feasibility of LORD to detect radio signals from showers initiated by ultrahigh-energy particles interacting with the lunar regolith is examined. The design of the LORD space instrument and its scientific potentialities for registration of low-intense cosmic-ray particle fluxes above the GZK cut-off up to 1025 eV is discussed.

Ryabov, V. A.; Gusev, G. A.; Chechin, V. A.

2013-02-01

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Tolkien, our Judge of Peter Jackson: The Film Adaptations of The Lord of the Rings (Z, R. Bakshi and P. Jackson)  

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://www.pourtolkien.fr/IMG/pdf/TolkienjugeJackson.pdf ] ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- NB: It is understood that The Lord of the Rings refers to the work by J.R.R. Tolkien, whereas `The1 Tolkien, our Judge of Peter Jackson: The Film Adaptations of The Lord of the Rings (Z, R. Bakshi: `Tolkien, our Judge of Peter Jackson: The Film Adaptations of The Lord of the Rings (Z, R. Bakshi and P

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

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The scaling technique in Palmer Drought Severity Index; generalized calibration and modification.  

PubMed

The scaling technique in calculating Palmer Drought Severity Index (PDSI) has specific properties, which is considered in details, in this study. The Palmer scaling method contains a physically-based weighting factor called climatic characteristic coefficient, K. This factor, is the ratio of average moisture demand to average supply in a regional water balance, whose related coefficients and involved equation parameters should be calibrated according to any special case study. Therefore, in this study, the generalizing procedure of obtaining K-value with no dependency on particular area, in addition to some modifications in the process was analytically developed. The generalized procedure has an appropriate potential for various purposes such as; correctly identifying analytical K-formula, simplifying its application, recognizing its limitations and moreover it can be used in other researches for developing its advantages. The proposed procedure and its modifications also applied for a case study (e.g., Maharlue catchment, Fars province, Iran). The outputs of the application validated the suggested modifications; therefore, the obtained K-values can be used for other studies in the region. PMID:18819565

Tudeshki, Ali Reza Soltani; Sichani, Sefollah Amin; Nazemossadat, Saied Mohammad Jafar; Karamouz, Mohammad; Javanmard, Soheila

2008-03-01

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First Palmer and Millstone Hill midlatitude conjugate observation of thermospheric winds  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The first midlatitude conjugate thermospheric wind observations in the American sector showed various degrees of conjugacy between Palmer (64°S, 64°W, magnetic latitude (MLAT) 50°S) and Millstone Hill (42.82°N, 71.5°W, MLAT 53°N) under three different geomagnetic conditions (recovery after a substorm, moderately active, and quiet). The agreement with the National Center for Atmospheric Research's Thermosphere Ionosphere Electrodynamics General Circulation Model (TIEGCM) simulations also varies with the geomagnetic activity level. During substorm recovery, the observations at Palmer (PA) and Millstone Hill (MH) both showed strong westward zonal winds, which the standard TIEGCM greatly underestimated. Inadequate ion convection pattern size and lack of effect from Subauroral Polarization Streams (SAPS) may be the cause of the large discrepancy. The TIEGCM with a SAPS model produced stronger westward zonal winds near PA but did not change the zonal wind near MH. The empirical SAPS model needs further refinements. In general, there is better conjugacy with moderate geomagnetic activity levels. The TIEGCM also agrees better with the observations. Under geomagnetically quiet conditions, the meridional winds appear to be less conjugate. The agreement between the observations and model is reasonable. Optical conjugate observations are severely limited by the seasons and weather conditions in the two hemispheres. Yet they are necessary to understanding the thermospheric dynamics in the subauroral region and its relationship with geomagnetic activity levels. The comparisons with TIEGCM are necessary for future model improvements.

Wu, Qian; Noto, John; Kerr, Robert; Kapali, Sudha; Riccobono, Juanita; Wang, Wenbin; Talaat, Elsayed R.

2014-04-01

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Dual Degree Program with Palmer College of Chiropractic (PCC) Beginning with the first semester of the 2013-2014 Truman State University academic year, a  

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Dual Degree Program with Palmer College of Chiropractic (PCC) Beginning with the first semester in Health Sciences or Exercise Science from Truman State University and a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic (PCC) will be available to qualified students. Agreements have been

Gering, Jon C.

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Questions regarding environmental mercury release, special education rates, and autism disorder: An ecological study of Texas by Palmer et al  

Microsoft Academic Search

Palmer et al. present an analysis in which they look for an association between Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) reporting data for mercury and rates of autism and special education enrollment in Texas. In their analysis, the link between TRI release data and actual mercury exposure is not clear at all, and thus the conclusions drawn from the analysis are questionable.

Thomas A. Lewandowski

2006-01-01

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Control of Glyphosate-Resistant Palmer Amaranth in DHT Cotton, and Peanut Response to 2,4-D  

E-print Network

Control of Glyphosate-Resistant Palmer Amaranth in DHT Cotton, and Peanut Response to 2,4-D Rand M of the season. The use of broadcast 2,4-D in fields near to peanuts is a cause of concern in peanut management. Peanuts are sensitive to 2,4-D and can be damaged by drift and volatilization. Since peanuts are often

Arnold, Jonathan

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Inversion tillage, high residue covers, and different herbicide regimes for palmer amaranth control in liberty link systems  

Technology Transfer Automated Retrieval System (TEKTRAN)

Glyphosate-resistant Palmer amaranth is adversely affecting cotton production in the Southeast US. A field experiment was established in fall 2008 at the E.V. Smith Research Center, Field Crops Unit near Shorter, AL, to investigate the role of inversion tillage, high residue cover crops, and differ...

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Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri S. Wats.) Management in Glytol + LibertyLink Cotton Texas AgriLife Research  

E-print Network

conducted in Lubbock, TX in 2010 to determine optimum tank-mix and sequential applications of glyphosate to control with glyphosate are now becoming more common across the region because of long-term glyphosate use and glufosinate in GL cotton to control Palmer amaranth. In order to determine optimum tank-mix applications, two

Mukhtar, Saqib

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Effects of temperature anomalies on the Palmer Drought Severity Index in the central United States  

USGS Publications Warehouse

The purpose of this study is to improve our understanding of temperature and precipitation effects on the Palmer Drought Severity Index (PDSI). Both theoretical and observational analyses were applied to separate and compare temperature and precipitation effects on PDSI. The results showed that because of the dependence of PDSI on the 'climatologically appropriate rainfall', which is a function of time and varies with surface air temperature, the PDSI can be equally affected by temperature and precipitation, when both have similar magnitudes of anomalies. Calculations using observational data further illustrated the temperature influence on PDSI in different climate regions in the central United States. The temperature effect on PDSI complicates the usage of the index in interpreting precipitation anomalies and its application in inferring precipitation variations, particularly from reconstructed PDSI.

Hu, Q.; Willson, G.D.

2000-01-01

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Bursts of cloud condensation nuclei (CCN) by dissipating clouds at Palmer Station, Antarctica  

SciTech Connect

The authors present here a case study of cloud-mediated production of cloud condensation nuclei (CCN) recorded at Palmer Station (64{degrees}46`S, 64{degrees}05`W), Antarctica on 20 Jan 1994. Four instances of CCN bursts occured on January 17, 19, 20 and February 7, 1994 when cloud base descended to the surface and dissipated under prevailing meteorlogical conditions. The most spectacular event ocurred on January 20 when the CCN concentration was enhanced by a factor of four at 0.025% supersaturation (with respect to water) compared to the prevent concentration. At 1.25% supersaturation, the corresponding enhancement was by a factor of seven. This indicated a larger production of aerosol particles in smaller size ranges. The elevated CCN concentrations were measured for over fifteen hours. The CCN activity spectrum during the event resembled the ones that are typical of previous measurements in the urban plumes of St. Louis and Denver. 30 refs., 3 figs.

Saxena, V.K. [North Carolina State Univ., Raleigh, NC (United States)] [North Carolina State Univ., Raleigh, NC (United States)

1996-01-01

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The geomorphology of the flanks of the Lord Howe Island volcano, Tasman Sea, Australia  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The flanks of mid-ocean volcanoes are inherently unstable features especially in the constructional phase of development when the volcano is active. Lateral and vertical stresses are placed on the volcanic edifice as it builds, with the flanks continuing to be unstable up to at least 1 Ma after volcanism has ceased. The flanks of the Lord Howe Island volcano record this period of greatest instability and a subsequent period in which marine and subaerial erosion have dominated its geomorphic evolution. Lord Howe Island lies in the Tasman Sea of the Southern Pacific region and is the subaerial remnant of a Miocene mid-ocean volcano. The island has only recently entered reef building seas and therefore has been subject to marine erosive processes over the past 5-6 Ma. The island is unique as it sits on the stable drowned continental crust of the Lord Howe Rise rather than oceanic crust like many other mid-plate basaltic islands. Multibeam sonar bathymetry data were collected to a depth of 3500 m where the island flanks grade into the surrounding planar sea floor. Several slump features are evident, the largest being over 130 km 2 in area. These features are inferred to be old (late Tertiary) based on an extensive cover of marine sediment as indicated by low multibeam backscatter intensity and subdued topography. Most likely the slumps formed during the immediate post-eruptive stage of volcano evolution, before the bulk of the subaerial portion of the volcano was removed by marine erosion. Flank processes are now dominated by the deposition of carbonate sediment composed of mollusc and foraminiferal remains. Based on radiocarbon and stable isotope analyses of a sediment core (760 m depth) collected on a trough in the centre of the volcanic edifice, Quaternary sediment was likely deposited predominantly during glacial periods. The erosional morphology, sediment cover and tectonic stability of the region suggest that the flanks of the volcano are at present relatively stable.

Kennedy, D. M.; Brooke, B. P.; Woodroffe, C. D.; Jones, B. G.; Waikari, C.; Nichol, S.

2011-04-01

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Gentlemen's diplomacy: the foreign policy of Lord Lansdowne, 1845-1927  

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Studies of Texas A&M University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY Approved by: Chair of Committee, R. J. Q. Adams Committee Members, James M. Rosenheim Arnold Krammer H. W. Brands David Mc..., State University of New York; M.A., Texas A&M University Chair of Advisory Committee: Dr. R. J. Q. Adams As British Foreign Secretary from November 1900 to December 1905, Lord Lansdowne operated on a long-held coherent body of principles on which...

Winters, Frank Winfield, IV

2009-05-15

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``Wibbly-Wobbly, Timey-Wimey-Stuff:'' Teaching with a Time Lord  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

November 2013 marked the 50th anniversary of the premiere of Doctor Who, the longest-running science fiction television series in history (790 episodes spanning 1963-1989 and 2005-present). The revival of the BBC series in 2005 has been both critically acclaimed and commercially successful. The travels of the 900-plus-year-old Time Lord and his companions introduce viewers to the past, present, and future of our planet and many others. While the series is obviously fictional, there is also a surprising amount of fairly accurate science as well.

Larsen, K.

2014-07-01

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The Courage to Teach: Exploring the Inner Landscape of a Teacher's Life (by Parker J. Palmer)  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Most of us would willingly - perhaps even passionately - tackle the question of what we should teach our students. Similarly, we are likely to engage in a conversation about how we teach and our preferences for organizing classroom time and structures. Although the question of why we teach may be raised less often (and perhaps with a hint of sarcasm), this too is a question to which most can offer a thoughtful response. An entirely different matter, however, is the question of who is the person teaching. This who involves the inner realms of one's heart, mind, and soul. How does our identity affect the teaching and learning processes? As we teach, what paths are we following intellectually, emotionally, or even spiritually? How do these paths influence our relationship to our content and to our students? With an engaging honesty, Parker Palmer pursues these questions in The Courage to Teach: Exploring the Inner Landscape of A Teacher's Life. At the outset he points out (p 4): I have no quarrel with the what or how or why questions - except when they are posed as the only questions worth asking. All of them can yield important insights into teaching and learning. But none of them opens up the territory I want to explore in this book: the inner landscape of the teaching self. One might well question why those of us teaching chemistry should be interested in examining ourselves as part of the teaching equation. Isn't scientific knowledge supposed to be as objective as we can make it? Isn't it better for us to check our emotional or intellectual baggage at the classroom door, rather than to taint the content with our biases? Or perhaps more directly stated, is it not more practical and a better use of our time to simply deal with the realities of the day-to-day classroom issues? Admittedly these are fair questions. However, to become stuck on them is to miss the opportunities for reflection and growth as teachers that Palmer's book offers. Simply put, people teach. Without putting the human factor into the teaching equation, you miss one of the key variables. In the early chapters, Palmer offers the readers simple statements to entice them to delve more deeply into his later discussions. "Good teaching cannot be reduced to technique; good teaching comes from the identity and integrity of the teacher," or, "Bad teachers distance themselves from the subject they are teaching - and in the process, from their students," or ultimately, "Only one resource is at my immediate command: my identity, my selfhood, my sense of this 'I' who teaches - without which I have no sense of the 'Thou' who learns." Readers can expect to find both ideas and a personal honesty on Palmer's part that inspires one to accept human limitations and evokes a gentle chuckle at our good days...and at our bad ones as well. Palmer has strong credentials to write about the self as teacher. In recent years, he has been a visiting faculty member at Beloit College, Berea College, and Georgetown University. Over past few decades, he has written extensively on the teaching and learning process, including To Know as We Are Known: Education as a Spiritual Journey (1983). He holds a Ph.D. from the University of California at Berkeley and has lived and taught in a variety of settings and communities around the globe. Woven through his writings is a sense of both the human and the spiritual dimensions of being a teacher. Thus, those who most might appreciate his reflections are comfortable with language drawn from spiritual traditions. Palmer spent a number of years as teacher and writer-in-residence at Pendle Hill, a Quaker community in Pennsylvania, and the respect and appreciation that he holds for silence and reflection come through in his writing. Expect to find no religious dogma or prescriptions in what he offers. What might those of us who teach chemistry expect to gain from this book? One possibility offered at the start is his examination of fear as a part of human nature that affects our teaching. Chapter 3 is entitled "A Cul

Hurt Middlecamp, Reviewed By Catherine

1999-12-01

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Smoke emissions from industrial western Scotland in 1859 inferred from Lord Kelvin's atmospheric electricity measurements  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Lord Kelvin (William Thomson) made careful, calibrated measurements of the atmospheric Potential Gradient (PG) at three sites on the east side of Arran in 1859. The PG was always anomalously high in easterly and north-easterly winds. Positive space charge from sea spray may have contributed to the high PG at two coastal sites, but measurements made on Goatfell, inland and 100-175 m above sea level are unlikely to have been affected by spray. Instead, pollution from the Scottish mainland seems the more likely cause of the high PG at Goatfell, which varied from 300 to 1000 Vm-1 on 10th-11th October 1859, corresponding to smoke levels from 0.2 to 0.8 mgm-3. Gaussian plume calculations, based on the atmospheric conditions described by Lord Kelvin, and constrained by early Glaswegian pollution measurements, indicate a substantial source region located on the Scottish mainland, 20-40 km from Arran, emitting between 10-104 kg s-1.

Aplin, Karen L.

2012-04-01

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1 O give thanks unto the | Lord for he is | gracious : and his | mercy en | dureth for | ever. 2 Let them give thanks whom the | Lord hath re | deemed : and de | livered from the | hand of  

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to || dwell in | Hungry · and | thirsty · their soul | fainted in them. 6 So they cried unto the | Lord satisfieth the | empty | soul : and | filleth · the | hungry soul · with | goodness. 10 Such as sit for || their of | fence · and be | cause of · their | wickedness. 18 Their soul abhorred all | manner · of | meat

Lasenby, Joan

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A Student-Centered Approach to Teaching General Biology That Really Works: Lord's Constructivist Model Put to a Test.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Describes the results of a controlled experiment that tested the effectiveness of Lord's teaching model in: (a) helping students achieve better grades on standard midterm exams; (b) developing higher level thinking skills; and (c) modifying attitudes towards biology at a large urban university. (Author/SOE)

Burrowes, Patricia A.

2003-01-01

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On the Comfort of the Wilderness: The Significance of Lord Andrew Adonis, De Facto Secretary of State for Education  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Here Francis Beckett, formerly Education Correspondent of the New Statesman and long-time member of the Labour Party "Comprehensive Futures" group set up to further the cause of non-selective schools for all children reflects on the prospects for radical state education in New Labour's third term. He argues that with Andrew Adonis made a lord to…

Beckett, Francis

2005-01-01

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The Lord's Mercy Endures Forever: Toward A Post-Shoah Reading of Grace in the Hebrew Scriptures  

Microsoft Academic Search

What can it mean for Christians to affirm that the mercy of the God of Israel endures forever, even after Auschwitz? Christian respect for Jewish otherness can foster reconciliation in a way that embodies the Lord's blessing of “all the families of the earth.”

Harold C. Washington

2000-01-01

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Survival of the fittest: a comparison of medicine and health on Lord Howe Island and St Kilda.  

PubMed

Lord Howe Island and the St Kilda archipelago have many similarities, yet their communities had totally disparate outcomes. The characteristics of the two islands are compared and contrasted, and it is hypothesised that the differences in health and diseases largely explain the success of one society and the failure of the other. PMID:21132149

Stride, P

2010-12-01

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Simulation study of the effect of well spacing, effect of permeability anisotropy, and effect of Palmer and Mansoori model on coalbed methane production  

E-print Network

SIMULATION STUDY OF THE EFFECT OF WELL SPACING, EFFECT OF PERMEABILITY ANISOTROPY, AND EFFECT OF PALMER AND MANSOORI MODEL ON COALBED METHANE PRODUCTION A Thesis by ISMAIL ZULKARNAIN Submitted to the Office of Graduate Studies..., AND EFFECT OF PALMER AND MANSOORI MODEL ON COALBED METHANE PRODUCTION A Thesis by ISMAIL ZULKARNAIN Submitted to the Office of Graduate Studies of Texas A&M University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree...

Zulkarnain, Ismail

2006-04-12

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A large population of king crabs in Palmer Deep on the west Antarctic Peninsula shelf and potential invasive impacts  

PubMed Central

Lithodid crabs (and other skeleton-crushing predators) may have been excluded from cold Antarctic continental shelf waters for more than 14 Myr. The west Antarctic Peninsula shelf is warming rapidly and has been hypothesized to be soon invaded by lithodids. A remotely operated vehicle survey in Palmer Deep, a basin 120 km onto the Antarctic shelf, revealed a large, reproductive population of lithodids, providing the first evidence that king crabs have crossed the Antarctic shelf. DNA sequencing and morphology indicate the lithodid is Neolithodes yaldwyni Ahyong & Dawson, previously reported only from Ross Sea waters. We estimate a N. yaldwyni population density of 10 600 km?2 and a population size of 1.55 × 106 in Palmer Deep, a density similar to lithodid populations of commercial interest around Alaska and South Georgia. The lithodid occurred at depths of more than 850 m and temperatures of more than 1.4°C in Palmer Deep, and was not found in extensive surveys of the colder shelf at depths of 430–725 m. Where N. yaldwyni occurred, crab traces were abundant, megafaunal diversity reduced and echinoderms absent, suggesting that the crabs have major ecological impacts. Antarctic Peninsula shelf waters are warming at approximately 0.01°C yr?1; if N. yaldwyni is currently limited by cold temperatures, it could spread up onto the shelf (400–600 m depths) within 1–2 decades. The Palmer Deep N. yaldwyni population provides an important model for the potential invasive impacts of crushing predators on vulnerable Antarctic shelf ecosystems. PMID:21900324

Smith, Craig R.; Grange, Laura J.; Honig, David L.; Naudts, Lieven; Huber, Bruce; Guidi, Lionel; Domack, Eugene

2012-01-01

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A Global Dataset of Palmer Drought Severity Index for 1870 2002: Relationship with Soil Moisture and Effects of Surface Warming  

Microsoft Academic Search

A monthly dataset of Palmer Drought Severity Index (PDSI) from 1870 to 2002 is derived using historical precipitation and temperature data for global land areas on a 2.58 grid. Over Illinois, Mongolia, and parts of China and the former Soviet Union, where soil moisture data are available, the PDSI is significantly correlated (r 5 0.5 to 0.7) with observed soil

Aiguo Dai; Kevin E. Trenberth; Taotao Qian

2004-01-01

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Radium et Gologie Extrait de diffrentes notes de MM. Strutt, Joly, Fisher, B. J. Palmer et Bellard Reade.  

E-print Network

337 Radium et Géologie Extrait de différentes notes de MM. Strutt, Joly, Fisher, B. J. Palmer et the M. Royal Society (mai et août 1906)1 un im- portant mémoire sur le rôle joué par le radium dans la conclusion que le radium doit être confiné dans une croûte relativement mince si- tuée à la surface de la

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

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Particle aggregation on dewetting solid water films J.S. Palmer, S. Sivaramakrishnan, P.S. Waggoner 1  

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-Champaign, 1304 West Green Street, Urbana, IL 61801, USA a r t i c l e i n f o Article history: Received 27Particle aggregation on dewetting solid water films J.S. Palmer, S. Sivaramakrishnan, P.S. Waggoner Amorphous solid water Buffer-layer-assisted growth Thin-ice films a b s t r a c t Solid water films are used

Weaver, John H.

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Did American social and economic events from 1865 to 1898 influence D.D. Palmer the chiropractor and entrepreneur?  

PubMed Central

This paper explores how the social landscape of the latter half of the nineteenth century influenced D. D. Palmer and the many occupations he pursued. It focuses on the geographical area where D. D. lived from 1865 to 1898. This paper will show how the American social and economic events of the time provided favourable circumstances for D.D.’s entrepreneurial successes. PMID:23997248

Batini?, Josip; Skowron, Mirek; Hammerich, Karin

2013-01-01

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C. Sterling Cooley, D.C., F.I.C.C.: politician, innate fundamentalist and Palmer historian.  

PubMed

From the day he graduated from the Palmer-Gregory Chiropractic College in 1908 until his death in 1965, C. Sterling Cooley considered himself a student of D.D. Palmer. Friend to three generations of the Palmers, he nonetheless found his own path through the stormy politics of his era. Appointed to the first Board of Chiropractic Examiners in Oklahoma in 1921, he served for many years as president and secretary and, later, as a member of the state's basic science board. Cooley helped establish the International Chiropractic Congress in 1928 and was elected the third president of the broad-scope National Chiropractic Association (NCA) in 1935. The first serious steps in the NCA's educational reform efforts took place during his term on the society's executive board (1936-41). Concerned that both the NCA and the International Chiropractor's Association were ignoring the principles of chiropractic as set forth by Old Dad Chiro, Cooley devoted his final two decades to studying, speaking and writing about the life and teachings of the founder. His career epitomizes that segment of the profession which held that authority in defining and practicing chiropractic must derive from the principles of the "Old Master." PMID:11624042

Keating, J C; Foderaro, F

1999-06-01

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Joint spatiotemporal variability of global sea surface temperatures and global Palmer drought severity index values  

USGS Publications Warehouse

Dominant modes of individual and joint variability in global sea surface temperatures (SST) and global Palmer drought severity index (PDSI) values for the twentieth century are identified through a multivariate frequency domain singular value decomposition. This analysis indicates that a secular trend and variability related to the El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) are the dominant modes of variance shared among the global datasets. For the SST data the secular trend corresponds to a positive trend in Indian Ocean and South Atlantic SSTs, and a negative trend in North Pacific and North Atlantic SSTs. The ENSO reconstruction shows a strong signal in the tropical Pacific, North Pacific, and Indian Ocean regions. For the PDSI data, the secular trend reconstruction shows high amplitudes over central Africa including the Sahel, whereas the regions with strong ENSO amplitudes in PDSI are the southwestern and northwestern United States, South Africa, northeastern Brazil, central Africa, the Indian subcontinent, and Australia. An additional significant frequency, multidecadal variability, is identified for the Northern Hemisphere. This multidecadal frequency appears to be related to the Atlantic multidecadal oscillation (AMO). The multidecadal frequency is statistically significant in the Northern Hemisphere SST data, but is statistically nonsignificant in the PDSI data.

Apipattanavis, S.; McCabe, G.J.; Rajagopalan, B.; Gangopadhyay, S.

2009-01-01

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Stochastic forecasting of agricultural drought based on Palmer Drought Severity Index (PDSI)  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Drought roots in natural climate variability over mid- to long-term time periods and often causes serious water and environmental consequences for human societies and ecosystems. Due to the random nature of contributing factors, occurrence and severity of droughts may be treated by stochastic techniques. Early indication of droughts can help to activate the corresponding mitigation strategies and measures in advance. Therefore, drought forecasting comes to the aid of decision makers for planning and management of water resource systems. In arid and semi-arid regions, drought negative effects on crops may be reduced by storing sufficient water from available sources. As a result, it is quite important to forecast the drought duration in the growing season in terms of irrigation scheduling. In this study, duration of agriculture droughts, quantified by the Palmer Drought Severity Index (PDSI), is forecasted through the application of linear stochastic models for Mashhad, Khorasan-Razavi province, northwest of Iran. Study of the temporal characteristics of droughts indicated that the region is affected by severe and, more or less, prolonged droughts from 1971 to 2004. Results showed that over 64% of the studied period, droughts prevailed that increased in duration and severity in recent years. A SARIMA (Seasonal Autoregressive Integrated Moving Average) model was developed to predict drought duration and was found to provide acceptable results up to 2 months ahead.

Shafiei, M.; Ghahraman, B.; Saghafian, B.; Ansari, H.; Davary, K.; Naghavi, B.

2012-12-01

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The Thouless Anderson Palmer equation for an analogue neural network with temporally fluctuating white synaptic noise  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Effects of synaptic noise on the retrieval process of associative memory neural networks are studied from the viewpoint of neurobiological and biophysical understanding of information processing in the brain. We investigate the statistical mechanical properties of stochastic analogue neural networks with temporally fluctuating synaptic noise, which is assumed to be white noise. Such networks, in general, defy the use of the replica method, since they have no energy concept. The self-consistent signal-to-noise analysis (SCSNA), which is an alternative to the replica method for deriving a set of order parameter equations, requires no energy concept and thus becomes available in studying networks without energy functions. Applying the SCSNA to stochastic networks requires the knowledge of the Thouless-Anderson-Palmer (TAP) equation which defines the deterministic networks equivalent to the original stochastic ones. The study of the TAP equation which is of particular interest for the case without energy concept is very less, while it is closely related to the SCSNA in the case with energy concept. This paper aims to derive the TAP equation for networks with synaptic noise together with a set of order parameter equations by a hybrid use of the cavity method and the SCSNA.

Ichiki, Akihisa; Shiino, Masatoshi

2007-08-01

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Asteroid Lightcurve Analysis at the Palmer Divide Observatory: 2013 January - March  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Lightcurves for 41 asteroids were obtained at the Palmer Divide Observatory (PDO) from 2013 January through March: 785 Zwetana, 1509 Esclangona, 1599 Giomus, 1925 Franklin-Adams, 2048 Dwornik, 2491 Tvashtri, 3007 Reaves, 3720 Hokkaido, 4719 Burnaby, 4736 Johnwood, 5841 Stone, (6394) 1990 QM2, (8825) 1988 MF, 9231 Shimaken, 9387 Tweedledee, (11405) 1999 CV3, 11437 Cardalda, 16669 Rionuevo, (18486) 1996 AS2, (27713) 1989 AA, 28126 Nydegger, (29242) 1992 HB4, (29298) 1993 SA14, (29308) 1993 UF1, (31354) 1998 TR3, (32750) 1981 EG9, (32772) 1986 JL, (35340) 1997 GV18, (41044) 1999 VW6, (56318) 1999 UR3, (66092) 1998 SD, (68537) 2001 VC123, (75648) 2000 AW59, (99008) 2001 DU52, (125738) 2001 XE116, (135486) 2001 XP2, (137199) 1999 KX4, (154347) 2002 XK4, (343098) 2009 DV42, (349068) 2006 YT13, and 2013 BE19. The 2013 results for 9387 Tweedledee lead to a revised analysis of the data from 2006 for that asteroid and resolved the ambiguous solution reported at that time.

Warner, Brian D.

2013-07-01

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Synopsis of the hymenopteran fauna of Lord Howe Island with a preliminary checklist of species.  

PubMed

Lord Howe Island is an eroded remnant of a shield volcano approximately 600 km northeast of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It has fascinated biologists for more than a century because of its unique and iconic fauna and flora, and was declared a World Heritage Site in 1982. Although the terrestrial invertebrate fauna is reasonably well known for many groups, most Hymenoptera, apart from ants, have received scant attention. Here we use material collected from a recent intensive invertebrate survey, in conjunction with the published literature, to provide an overview of the Hymenoptera known from the island that can act as a basis for future taxonomic and biodiversity research. In doing so, we record 318 species from 31 hymenopteran families from the Island, and assess the proportion that are flightless and likely to be endemic to the island. PMID:25781836

Jennings, John T; Austin, Andrew D

2015-01-01

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EDITORIAL: Richard Palmer: celebrating 37 years with Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter Richard Palmer: celebrating 37 years with Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

It is with a great deal of both happiness and sadness that I have to announce that we are losing one of the real strengths of the Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter (JPCM). Dr Richard Palmer, our Senior Publisher, announced his retirement, and this issue marks the first without his involvement. Of course, we are happy that he will get to enjoy his retirement, but we are sad to lose such a valuable member of our team. Richard first started work at IOP Publishing in March 1971 as an Editorial Assistant with Journal of Physics B: Atomic and Molecular Physics. After a few months, he transferred to Journal of Physics C: Solid State Physics. During his first year, he was sent on a residential publishing training course and asked to sign an undertaking to stay at IOP Publishing for at least two years. Although Richard refused to sign, as he did not want to commit himself, he has remained with the journal since then. The following year, the Assistant Editor of Journal of Physics C: Solid State Physics, Malcolm Haines, walked out without notice in order to work on his family vineyard in France, and Richard stepped into the breach. In those days, external editors had a much more hands-on role in IOP Publishing and he had to travel to Harwell to be interviewed by Alan Lidiard, the Honorary Editor of Journal of Physics C: Solid State Physics, before being given the job of Assistant Editor permanently. I am told that in those days the job consisted mainly of editing and proofreading and peer review. There was no journal development work. At some point in the early 1980s, production and peer review were split into separate departments and Richard then headed a group of journals consisting of Journal of Physics C: Solid State Physics, Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics and Journal of Physics F: Metal Physics, Semiconductor Science and Technology, Superconductor Science and Technology, Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion, and later Nanotechnology and Modelling and Simulation in Materials Science and Engineering. Under the new structure, journal development became an increasingly important part of his job. At about the same time, Richard was also asked to take over running Reports on Progress in Physics, which up to then had been done by the head of the IOP Journals Department, Kurt Paulus. In 1989, Journal of Physics C: Solid State Physics and Journal of Physics F: Metal Physics remerged to form JPCM. Since then, Richard has gradually shed his other journal responsibilities, except for Reports on Progress in Physics, to build up JPCM. He has worked closely with four Editors-in-Chief of Journal of Physics C: Solid State Physics, five of JPCM, five of Reports on Progress in Physics and about ten of other journals, and attended approximately 300 Editorial Board meetings. I should say that he has made my own tenure at Editor-in-Chief an easy task to learn and take on, and has been a major guiding light in the development of the journal. In 2006, Richard was honoured by the award of a Member of the British Empire (MBE) for services to science publishing. Those of us on the board were particularly pleased about this, as one is not always recognized for the effort they expend, and this award was certainly due for Richard. We are going to miss Richard a great deal, but are happy that he will remain on a part time basis to help our new Publisher, Dr Lucy Smith, and the rest of us through the transition. His retirement leaves us with a huge hole that we will have to work extremely hard to fill. Speaking for the various boards, and especially the executive board, I want to wish Richard the very best in his retirement.

Ferry, David

2009-01-01

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Impacts of a population outbreak of the urchin Tripneustes gratilla amongst Lord Howe Island coral communities  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Subtidal reef surveys within the Lord Howe Island Marine Park revealed that populations of the sea urchin Tripneustes gratilla underwent an explosive outbreak in some regions of the park over a 2-year period. This urchin was rare or absent during 2006 surveys at 33 sites studied, but at sites off northern Lord Howe Island in 2008, densities averaged >1.3 m-2. Dramatic increases in T. gratilla density (exceeding 4 m-2) were observed at some sites. We quantify community-level impacts of T. gratilla using ‘before-after’ and ‘control-impact’ data. Zones closed to fishing exhibited similar increases in T. gratilla density to zones open to fishing. Although not previously reported as a keystone species affecting coral habitat, T. gratilla was found to possess an ‘ecosystem engineer’ function. Outbreak sites were characterised by significant declines in cover of foliose algae, including red algae, which decreased from 11.2% in 2006 compared to 2.5% in 2008. Brown foliose algae also declined at sites where T. gratilla outbreaks occurred, averaging 20.4% in 2006 compared to 1.8% in 2008. By contrast, crustose coralline algal cover increased at sites where high T. gratilla densities were observed, from 2.7% in 2006 to an average of 42.6% in 2008. We found no clear indication of impacts on sessile invertebrates or flow-on effects to other levels of the food web, with no significant change in coral cover or densities of mobile invertebrates or fish populations associated with the T. gratilla outbreak.

Valentine, J. P.; Edgar, G. J.

2010-06-01

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Asteroid Lightcurve Analysis at the Palmer Divide Observatory: 2011 December - 2012 March  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Lightcurves for 41 asteroids were obtained at the Palmer Divide Observatory (PDO) from 2011 December to 2012 March: 77 Frigga, 2933 Amber, 3352 McAuliffe, 3483 Svetlov, 4031 Mueller, 5378 Ellyett, 5579 Uhlherr, 5771 Somerville, 6087 Lupo, 6602 Gilclark, (6618) 1936 SO, 6635 Zuber, (8404) 1995 AN, (9873) 1992 GH, (11058) 1991 PN10, (16421) 1988 BJ, (16426) 1988 EC, (16585) 1992 QR, 16589 Hastrup, 18368 Flandrau, (19537) 1999 JL8, (23974) 1999 CK12, (24465) 2000 SX155, (26383) 1999 MA2, (30856) 1991 XE, (39618) 1994 LT, (45898) 2000 XQ49, (47983) 2000 XX13, (49566) 1999 CM106, (49678) 1999 TQ7, (50991) 2000 GK94, (57739) 2001 UF162, (63260) 2001 CN, (69350) 1993 YP, 79316 Huangshan, (82066) 2000 XG15, (82078) 2001 AH46, (105155) 2000 NG26, (141018) 2001 WC47, (256700) 2008 AG3, (320125) 2007 EQ185. Two asteroids showed indications of being binary. Analysis of the data for near-Earth asteroid, 3352 McAuliffe showed a second period of 20.86 h but no obvious mutual events (occultations and/or eclipses). The Hungaria asteroid, (24465) 2000 SX15, displayed similar characteristics. Furthermore, the primary (or only) period of 3.256 h cannot be reconciled with analysis from previous apparitions. Three asteroids showed signs of being in non-principal axis rotation (NPAR, "tumbling"). New values for absolute magnitude (H) were found for several Hungaria asteroids using either derived or assumed values of G. These new values were compared against those used in the WISE mission to determine diameters and albedos. In all cases where the WISE results featured an unusually high albedo for the asteroid in question, the new value of H resulted in an albedo that was significantly lower and closer to the expected value for type E asteroids, which are the likely members of the Hungaria collisional family.

Warner, Brian D.

2012-07-01

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Magsat and POGO magnetic anomalies over the Lord Howe Rise Evidence against a simple continental crustal structure  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Magsat average scalar and POGO reduced-to-pole magnetic anomaly data both show prominent positive signatures over the Lord Howe Rise. Although generally assumed to be continental in nature, the Lord Howe Rise cannot simply be submerged ordinary continental crust, which would produce a negative anomaly contrast with respect to the surrounding higher susceptibility oceanic crust. Three-dimensional modeling of the plateau, using the known crustal structure and assuming an induced origin for the satellite elevation anomaly, leads to a model in which the lowest crustal layer in an otherwise 'continental' crustal structure has an unusually high susceptibility in the range cgs 0.008-0.010 (SI 0.10-0.13). Replacement or alteration of the lowest layer by a high-susceptibility rock type may be related to the subsidence of the plateau.

Frey, H.

1985-01-01

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A gas-surface interaction kernel for diatomic rarefied gas flows based on the Cercignani-Lampis-Lord model  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

This work presents a kinetic wall boundary model for diatomic gas molecules. The model is derived by generalizing the Cercignani-Lampis-Lord gas-surface interaction kernel in order to account for the gas internal degrees of freedom. Here, opposed to the extensions by Lord ["Some extensions to the Cercignani-Lampis gas-surface scattering kernel," Phys. Fluids 3, 706-710 (1991)], energy exchange between different molecular modes is honored and thus, different physical phenomena arising from inelastic gas-surface collisions can be described. For practical implementations of the model, a Monte-Carlo algorithm was devised, which significantly reduces the computational cost associated with sampling. Comparisons of model predictions with experimental and molecular dynamics data exhibit good agreement. Moreover, simulation studies are performed to demonstrate how energy transfers between different modes due to wall collisions can be exploited for gas separation.

Hossein Gorji, M.; Jenny, Patrick

2014-12-01

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Relativity in Transylvania and Patusan: Finding the roots of Einstein's theories of relativity in "Dracula" and "Lord Jim"  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

This thesis investigates the similarities in the study of time and space in literature and science during the modern period. Specifically, it focuses on the portrayal of time and space within Bram Stoker's Dracula (1897) and Joseph Conrad's Lord Jim (1899-1900), and compares the ideas presented with those later scientifically formulated by Albert Einstein in his special and general theories of relativity (1905-1915). Although both novels precede Einstein's theories, they reveal advanced complex ideas of time and space very similar to those later argued by the iconic physicist. These ideas follow a linear progression including a sense of temporal dissonance, the search for a communal sense of the present, the awareness and expansion of the individual's sense of the present, and the effect of mass on surrounding space. This approach enhances readings of Dracula and Lord Jim, illuminating the fascination with highly refined notions of time and space within modern European culture.

Tatum, Brian Shane

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Age of the rhyolites of the Lord Howe Rise and the evolution of the southwest Pacific Ocean  

Microsoft Academic Search

Drilling at site 207 (DSDP Leg 21), located on the broad summit of the Lord Howe Rise, bottomed in rhyolitic rocks. Sanidine concentrates from four samples of the rhyolite were dated by the 40Ar\\/39Ar total fusion method and conventional K-Ar method, and yielded concordant ages of 93.7 +\\/- 1.1 my, equivalent to the early part of the Upper Cretaceous. At

Ian McDougall; Gerrit J. van der Lingen

1974-01-01

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Capybaras: A natural history of the world’s largest rodent. By Rexford D. Lord. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. 2009. x + 159 pp., $50.00 (cloth). Book Review.  

E-print Network

BOOK REVIEW Capybaras: Behavior, Ecology, and Management CAPYBARAS: A NATURAL HISTORY OF THE WORLD'S LARGEST RODENT. By Rexford D. Lord. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. 2009. 159 pp., $50.00 (cloth). ISBN 978-0-8018-9163-2. Robert M. Timm... Published online: 11 November 2009 # Springer Science + Business Media, LLC 2009 Capybaras, the largest extant rodents, are the subject of Rexford Lord’s recent treatise, which is a combination of topics on the ecology and management of this species based...

Timm, Robert M.

2010-07-01

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"Trust in the Lord": religious and spiritual practices of African American breast cancer survivors.  

PubMed

Few studies have examined the role of religion and spirituality among African American breast cancer patients. This study explored how African American women cope with breast cancer through religious and spiritual practices. Forty-seven African American women who had completed treatment for breast cancer participated in in-depth interviews about their experiences. The majority of the women mentioned using both individual and communal religious and spiritual practices to cope with their breast cancer diagnosis and treatment. The main themes that emerged in terms of the types of religious and spiritual practices included: (1) attendance at religious services, (2) comfort through prayers of others, and (3) encouragement through reading Biblical scriptures. These practices helped women "trust in the Lord" throughout the many challenges of cancer from diagnosis through survivorship. Although this study is exploratory, the findings illustrate how African American women with breast cancer use religious and spiritual practices to cope with their diagnosis and treatment. For clinicians, the findings provides an understanding of spiritual and religious needs in diverse populations and the importance of referring patients onto spiritual and religious resources and support. PMID:23897534

Lynn, Beverly; Yoo, Grace J; Levine, Ellen G

2014-12-01

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Extreme convergence in stick insect evolution: phylogenetic placement of the Lord Howe Island tree lobster  

PubMed Central

The ‘tree lobsters’ are an enigmatic group of robust, ground-dwelling stick insects (order Phasmatodea) from the subfamily Eurycanthinae, distributed in New Guinea, New Caledonia and associated islands. Its most famous member is the Lord Howe Island stick insect Dryococelus australis (Montrouzier), which was believed to have become extinct but was rediscovered in 2001 and is considered to be one of the rarest insects in the world. To resolve the evolutionary position of Dryococelus, we constructed a phylogeny from approximately 2.4?kb of mitochondrial and nuclear sequence data from representatives of all major phasmatodean lineages. Our data placed Dryococelus and the New Caledonian tree lobsters outside the New Guinean Eurycanthinae as members of an unrelated Australasian stick insect clade, the Lanceocercata. These results suggest a convergent origin of the ‘tree lobster’ body form. Our reanalysis of tree lobster characters provides additional support for our hypothesis of convergent evolution. We conclude that the phenotypic traits leading to the traditional classification are convergent adaptations to ground-living behaviour. Our molecular dating analyses indicate an ancient divergence (more than 22?Myr ago) between Dryococelus and its Australian relatives. Hence, Dryococelus represents a long-standing separate evolutionary lineage within the stick insects and must be regarded as a key taxon to protect with respect to phasmatodean diversity. PMID:19129110

Buckley, Thomas R.; Attanayake, Dilini; Bradler, Sven

2008-01-01

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Characteristics and trends in various forms of the Palmer Drought Severity Index during 1900-2008  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The Palmer Drought Severity Index (PDSI) has been widely used to study aridity changes in modern and past climates. Efforts to address its major problems have led to new variants of the PDSI, such as the self-calibrating PDSI (sc_PDSI) and PDSI using improved formulations for potential evapotranspiration (PE), such as the Penman-Monteith equation (PE_pm) instead of the Thornthwaite equation (PE_th). Here I compare and evaluate four forms of the PDSI, namely, the PDSI with PE_th (PDSI_th) and PE_pm (PDSI_pm) and the sc_PDSI with PE_th (sc_PDSI_th) and PE_pm (sc_PDSI_pm) calculated using available climate data from 1850 to 2008. Our results confirm previous findings that the choice of the PE only has small effects on both the PDSI and sc_PDSI for the 20th century climate, and the self-calibration reduces the value range slightly and makes the sc_PDSI more comparable spatially than the original PDSI. However, the histograms of the sc_PDSI are still non-Gaussian at many locations, and all four forms of the PDSI show similar correlations with observed monthly soil moisture (r = 0.4-0.8) in North America and Eurasia, with historical yearly streamflow data (r = 0.4-0.9) over most of the world's largest river basins, and with GRACE (Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment) satellite-observed water storage changes (r = 0.4-0.8) over most land areas. All the four forms of the PDSI show widespread drying over Africa, East and South Asia, and other areas from 1950 to 2008, and most of this drying is due to recent warming. The global percentage of dry areas has increased by about 1.74% (of global land area) per decade from 1950 to 2008. The use of the Penman-Monteith PE and self-calibrating PDSI only slightly reduces the drying trend seen in the original PDSI. The percentages of dry and wet areas over the global land area and six select regions are anticorrelated (r = -0.5 to -0.7), but their long-term trends during the 20th century do not cancel each other, with the trend for the dry area often predominating over that for the wet area, resulting in upward trends during the 20th century for the areas under extreme (i.e., dry or wet) conditions for the global land as a whole (˜1.27% per decade) and the United States, western Europe, Australia, Sahel, East Asia, and southern Africa. The recent drying trends are qualitatively consistent with other analyses and model predictions, which suggest more severe drying in the coming decades.

Dai, Aiguo

2011-06-01

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The Lord of Rings - the mysterious case of the stolen rings: a critical analysis  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The Lord of Rings - the mysterious case of the stolen rings: a critical analysis S. Sandrelli INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Brera, Milano, Italy (stefano.sandrelli@brera.inaf.it / Fax: 02 72001600 / Phone: +39 02 72320337) "The Lord of Rings - the mysterious case of the stolen rings" is a live astronomical role-playing game for kids aged 10 -13. Its goal is to introduce them to some of the main topics of the Solar System: a) the role of gravity; b) the distribution of mass & light; c) the effects of rotation; d) the distribution of water. The game was held both at the Perugia (2004) and the Genova Science Festival (2005), obtaining great success. Teams of about 6-8 members are introduced to Mr Schioppanelli, the astro-detective of the town (the name is a pun: it reminds Schiaparelli, the famous italian astronomer, and it is a slang expression meaning "ring-breaker"). Mr Schioppanelli has his office in an "gastronomical astronomical observatory", known as The Red Giant Pizzeria. Schioppanelli informs the kids that a mysterious Centaur succeded in stealing the rings of Saturn. The partecipants are appointed astro-detectives in-charge and asked to find the rings by browsing around the Solar System, which is scaled so as to fit the town historical centre or a pedestrian area, going from the Sun to Saturn or beyond, depending on the actual area at disposal. Great care must be taken allowing children playing only in a car-free area of the town. At the right scaled distances, the partecipants meet characters playing as the various planets. The kids can talk to them after solving a riddle, obtaining useful informations. A special characters play as a comet, timely going in and out of the inner solar system. The teams can also talk to some shepherd-moons of the rings. They easily discover that the rings were totally destroyed by the Centaur: a real disaster! They are also suggested to gather the necessary ingredients (gravity, light, rotation, inclination, dust and water, represented by simple objects like apples, spinning tops and so on) to re-build the rings. The kids can buy the ingredients from different planets: every planet has ingredients in quantities which are proportionate to the real physical properties of that celestial object. After collecting the ingredients, they must carry them to the "The Red Giant" and indicate their best recipe to Mr Schioppanelli. Depending on the recipe, rings can be too strict or too luminous or too fast rotating and so on. The winning group is the one which prepares the best recipe to cook the rings in the smallest amount of time. After presentig this specific (and mysterious) case, we analyse the advantage- disadvantage ratio of such an activity, beeing as funny as dispersive.

Sandrelli, S.

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Model error in weather forecasting D. Orrell 1,2 , L. Smith 1,3 , J. Barkmeijer 4 , and T. Palmer 4  

E-print Network

Model error in weather forecasting D. Orrell 1,2 , L. Smith 1,3 , J. Barkmeijer 4 , and T. Palmer 4 Range Weather Forecasts, Shinfield Park, Reading RG2 9AX, UK Manuscript submitted to Nonlinear Processes numerical weather prediction mod­ els. A simple law is derived to relate model error to likely shadowing

Smith, Leonard A

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Observed trends for CF 3-containing compounds in background air at Cape Meares, Oregon, Point Barrow, Alaska, and Palmer Station, Antarctica  

Microsoft Academic Search

The concentrations of CF3-containing compounds in archived air samples collected at Cape Meares, Oregon, from 1978 to 1997, at Point Barrow, Alaska, from 1995 to 1998, and at Palmer Station, Antarctica, from 1991 to 1997, were determined by high resolution gas chromatography and high resolution mass spectrometry. The CF3-containing compounds measured by this method and discussed here are: the perfluorinated

J. A Culbertson; J. M Prins; E. P Grimsrud; R. A Rasmussen; M. A. K Khalil; M. J Shearer

2004-01-01

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physiology and biochemistry of Tat transport To cite this pdf: Berks, B.C., Palmer, T. and Sargent, F. (2003) Advances in Microbial Physiology 47, 187-254  

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physiology and biochemistry of Tat transport To cite this pdf: Berks, B.C., Palmer, T. and Sargent, F. (2003) Advances in Microbial Physiology 47, 187-254 The Tat protein translocation pathway and its of Biochemistry, University of Oxford, South Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3QU, United Kingdom. 2 Department of Molecular

Palmer, Tracy

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1 Bow down thine | ear O Lord and | hear me : for | I am | poor and in | misery. 2 Preserve thou my | soul for I am | holy : my God save thy | servant that | putteth his |  

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Preserve thou my | soul for · I am | holy : my God save thy | servant · that | putteth · his | trust the | soul of · thy | servant : for unto | thee O Lord · do I | lift up · my | soul. 5 For thou Lord * For great is thy | mercy · to | ward me : and thou hast delivered my | soul from · the | nether · most

Lasenby, Joan

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Exploring the Components of the Palmer Drought Indices Using the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint (ACF) River Basin as a Case Study  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Water resources are vital to sustaining ecosystem services, energy and food supplies, and industrial processes. Competition for water resources is likely to intensify as the population increases, economy grows, and land develops. Drought events intensify water scarcity, and recent events in many countries, including the United States (US), Great Britain, and Sri Lanka, highlight how important it is to provide meaningful context to water planners and managers. Palmer's drought indices - Z Index, Palmer Drought Severity Index (PDSI), and Palmer Hydrological Drought Index (PHDI) - are widely used and accepted by scientists and policy makers in the US to understand drought and manage water resources. Drought index values at the climate division scale are available, but a transparent calculation tool at multiple spatial and temporal scales is not readily available. Moreover, a close look at the development of the indices reveals a number of subjective calculation methods and regionally biased factors. For researchers studying areas with overlapping climate divisions, performing international research, or working with limited, site-specific data, the ability to control and modify calculations is desired. This research presents a transparent tool for calculating Palmer's drought indices. We use the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint (ACF) River Basin, located in the southeastern US, as our case study to explore and evaluate the sensitivity of Palmer's indices to temperature and precipitation anomalies, calibration periods, and other index components. The ACF has suffered two major droughts (2007 and 2012) in the past five years and supports multiple demand-side sectors - agriculture in Georgia, public and recreational supply for the Atlanta metropolitan area, hydroelectric power in Alabama, tri-state navigation, and ecosystem services. We show how the PDSI varies in response to changes in precipitation, calibration period, and a number of other variables. The aim of the work is to make this easily used tool available to help professionals who work toward facilitating water management and reducing water conflicts in the future.

Perrone, D.; Duncan, L. L.; Jacobi, J. H.; Hornberger, G.

2012-12-01

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[45] Thomson, W. (Lord Kelvin), 1910: Maximum and minimum energy in vortex motion. Math. and Phys. Papers 4, 172183. (Cambridge University  

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[45] Thomson, W. (Lord Kelvin), 1910: Maximum and minimum energy in vortex motion. Math. and Phys: Potential vorticity inversion and balanced equations of motion for rotating and stratified flows. Q. J. Roy] Ooyama, K., 1966: On the stability of the baroclinic circular vortex: a sufficient condition

Beimel, Amos

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Why Does Cyanide Pretend to be a Weak Field Ligand in [Cr(CN)5]3-? Richard L. Lord and Mu-Hyun Baik*  

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, both displaying strong -base and -acid characteristics, as two of the best strong-field ligands avail and challenges the simplistic classification of cya- nide as a strong field ligand. Second, the observed structuWhy Does Cyanide Pretend to be a Weak Field Ligand in [Cr(CN)5]3-? Richard L. Lord and Mu-Hyun Baik

Baik, Mu-Hyun

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Didn’t My Lord Deliver Daniel? An’ Why Not Every Man? Black Theodicy in the Antebellum United States and the Problem of the Demonic God  

Microsoft Academic Search

Introduction Didn't My Lord Deliver Daniel? An' Why Not Every Man: Black Theodicy in the Antebellum United States and the Problem of the Demonic God is an ambitious attempt to construct a coherent narrative that spans many centuries and connect numerous historical persons and figures in recent scholarship. I set out to understand how an enslaved person could have faith

Emma Norman

2010-01-01

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1 O Lord our Governor how excellent is thy | Name in all the | world : thou that hast set thy | glory a | bove the | heavens!  

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; As it was in the be | ginning · is | now and ever || shall be | world with · out | end. A | men. #12;Psalm 8 1 O Lord our Governor how excellent is thy | Name in · all the | world : thou that hast | Name in · all the | world! Glory be to the | Father | and to the || Son | and · to the | Holy | Ghost

Lasenby, Joan

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Dilemmas of Cultural Legality: A Comment on Roger Cotterrell's 'The Struggle for Law' and a Criticism of the House of Lords' Opinions in Begum  

Microsoft Academic Search

In “The Struggle for Law: Some Dilemmas of Cultural Legality,” Professor Roger Cotterrell argues that the law’s most distinctive aspiration is to promote a respectful exchange of ideas among different parts of a multicultural society. He illustrates his thesis with the House of Lords’ decision in Begum, describing it as “a relatively successful contribution to the process by which battlefields

John Mikhail

2009-01-01

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Generalization of the Lord-Wingersky Algorithm to Computing the Distribution of Summed Test Scores Based on Real-Number Item Scores  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

With known item response theory (IRT) item parameters, Lord and Wingersky provided a recursive algorithm for computing the conditional frequency distribution of number-correct test scores, given proficiency. This article presents a generalized algorithm for computing the conditional distribution of summed test scores involving real-number item…

Kim, Seonghoon

2013-01-01

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Medical doctors as the captain of a ship: an analysis of medical students’ book reports on Joseph Conrad’s “Lord Jim”  

PubMed Central

Purpose: In South Korean ferry disaster in 2014, the captain abandoned the ship with passengers including high school students still aboard. We noticed the resemblance of abandoning the ship with passengers still aboard the ferry (named the Sewol) and the ship Patna, which was full of pilgrims, in Joseph Conrad’s novel “Lord Jim.” The aim of this study is to see how medical students think about the role of a medical doctor as a captain of a ship by analyzing book reports on Conrad’s “Lord Jim.” Methods: Participants included 49 third-year medical students. Their book reports were analyzed. Results: If placed in the same situation as the character of Jim, 24 students of the 49 respondents answered that they would stay with the passengers, while 18 students indicated they would escape from the ship with the crew. Most of the students thought the role of a doctor in the medical field was like that of a ‘captain.’ The medical students reported that they wanted to be a doctor who is responsible for his or her patients, highly moral, warm-hearted, honest, and with high self-esteem. Conclusion: In conclusion, we found that “Lord Jim” induced the virtue of ‘responsibility’ from the medical students. Consequently, “Lord Jim” could be good teaching material for medical humanities. PMID:25417908

2014-01-01

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DEFINITIVE SOX CONTROL PROCESS EVALUATIONS: AQUEOUS CARBONATE AND WELLMAN-LORD (ACID, ALLIED CHEMICAL, AND RESOX) FGD (FLUE GAS DESULFURIZATION) TECHNOLOGIES  

EPA Science Inventory

The report gives results of economic evaluations of two processes: the Rockwell International aqueous carbonate process (ACP) and the Wellman-Lord process, the latter applied to a sulfuric acid plant, the Foster Wheeler Resox process, and the Allied Chemical coal reduction proces...

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1 I will give thanks unto thee O | Lord with my whole | heart : I will | speak of all thy | marv'lous | works.  

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the | heathen · be | judged in | thy sight. 20 Put them in | fear O | Lord : that the heathen may | know themselves · to | be but | men. Glory be to the | Father | and to the || Son | and · to the | Holy | Ghost

Lasenby, Joan

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The Lord of Rings & the Olmi-Comics: Two cases of non-traditional approach to astronomy  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Besides its traditional activities, the Public Outreach & Education offi ce (POE) of INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Brera (Milan, Italy) is carrying out two experiments in informal education for children aged 10 to 13: "The Lord of Rings - the mysterious case of the stolen rings" and "The Olmi-comics". The former is an astronomical role-playing game. Pupils are requested to discover the burglars of the rings of Saturn by hunting for them in an area where they meet actors playing their parts at distances scaled to the ones of the Solar System. The latter is a writing/ drawing workshop. Pupils try to write stories or draw comics about science. While the two projects are rather different both in content and in format, they have a common goal: making pupils live science, mainly astronomy, both with the mind and the body.

Romaniello, S.; Cavallotti, F.; Sandrelli, S.

2005-12-01

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Reexamining the factor structure of the 20-item Toronto alexithymia scale: commentary on Gignac, Palmer, and Stough.  

PubMed

Gignac, Palmer, and Stough (2007/this issue) test a number of different latent factor models for the TAS-20 using a community sample of 355 participants and conclude that this scale is best represented by a "nested factors model," with five substantive factors and a method factor. Gignac et al. also report that the correlated three-factor model and a comparable higher order model supported by most studies produced poor levels of incremental close fit. In this article, we challenge Gignac et al.'s unheralded and largely unsupported use of nested model fitting and the uncritical acceptance of exceptionally high cutoff levels to assess goodness of fit (GOF). Using more traditional and empirically supported model testing procedures and a more flexible approach to the interpretation of multiple tests of GOF, we interpret Gignac et al.'s results as actually supportive of the traditional three-factor model and one that has been recovered in 17 of the 24 factor analytic studies of the TAS-20. PMID:18001226

Bagby, R Michael; Taylor, Graeme J; Quilty, Lena C; Parker, James D A

2007-12-01

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Comparative study of Ksharasutra suturing and Lord's anal dilatation in the management of Parikartika (chronic fissure-in-ano)  

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Background: Parikartika resembles fissure-in-ano which is very common among all ano-rectal disorders. In Ayurvedic texts, Parikartika is described as a complication of Vamana and Virechana as well as complication of Atisara. Ksharasutra was proved successful in the management of fistula-in-ano, piles, and there is a need to try its efficacy in fissure-in-ano. Aim: To evaluate the role of Ksharasutra suturing (KSS) in fissure bed in chronic fissure-in-ano. Materials and Methods: Total 100 patients of chronic fissure-in-ano were selected and randomly divided into two groups (50 in each group). In group-A, patients were undergone by KSS; while in patients of Group-B Lord's anal dilatation followed by KSS was done under spinal anesthesia. The KSS was done once and after slough out of Ksharasutra, the wound was treated for 4 weeks and assessment of the result was done on the basis of gradation adopted. Results: The pain relief on 14th day in Group-A was 86% while in Group-B 100% was observed. As on 7th day in Group-A, oozing was stopped in 68% patients, while in Group-B, oozing was stopped in 82% patients. On 21st day, Group-B showed more healing (85%) as compared to Group-A (69%). In this study 68% of patients were cured. Conclusion: In Group-B (KSS with Lord's anal dilatation) patients were cured early as compared to patients of Group-A (KSS alone). PMID:25558158

Dudhamal, Tukaram S.; Baghel, Madhav Singh; Bhuyan, Chaturbhuja; Gupta, Sanjay Kumar

2014-01-01

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1 Unto thee O Lord will I lift up my soul my God | I have put my | trust in thee : O let me not be confounded neither | let mine enemies | triumph | over me.  

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Psalm 25 1 Unto thee O Lord will I lift up my soul my God | I have · put my | trust in thee : O · the | Lord : him shall he | teach in · the | way that · he shall | choose. 12 His soul shall | dwell | hate a | gainst me. 19 O keep my | soul · and de | liver me : let me not be confounded for | I have

Lasenby, Joan

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Myth, Song, and Music Education: The Case of Tolkien's "The Lord of the Rings" and Swann's "The Road Goes Ever On"  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

In this article I explore how myth and song intersect in J. R. R. Tolkien's "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy--"The Fellowship of the Ring," "The Two Towers," and "The Return of the King"--and Donald Swann's song cycle setting of Tolkien texts, "The Road Goes Ever On." In so doing I am drawn back to Tolkien's "The Hobbit," the novel from which "The…

Jorgensen, Estelle R.

2006-01-01

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Who is the Lord of the Rings in the Zeeman-spin-orbit Saga: Majorana, Dirac or Lifshitz?  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Zeeman, spin-orbit fields and interactions can be tuned in the context of ultra-cold atoms and allow for the visitation of several different phases. For systems with zero Zeeman field, the evolution from BCS to BEC superfluidity in the presence of spin-orbit effects is only a crossover [1]. In contrast, for finite Zeeman fields, spin-orbit coupling induces a triplet component in the order parameter that produces nodes in the quasiparticle excitation spectrum leading to bulk topological phase transitions of the Lifshitz type [2]. A fully gapped phase also exists, where a crossover from indirect to direct gap occurs. For spin-orbit couplings with equal Rashba and Dresselhaus strengths the nodal quasi-particles are Dirac fermions that live at and in the vicinity of rings of nodes. Transitions from and to nodal phases can occur via the emergence of zero-mode Majorana fermions at phase boundaries, where rings of nodes of Dirac fermions annihilate [3]. Lastly, we characterize different phases via spectroscopic and thermodynamic properties and conclude that Lifshitz is the ``Lord of the Rings.'' [4pt] [1] Li Han, C. A. R. Sa de Melo, arXiv:1106.3613v1.[0pt] [2] Kangjun Seo, Li Han and C. A. R. Sa de Melo, arXiv:1108.4068v2.[0pt] [3] Kangjun Seo, Li Han and C. A. R. Sa de Melo, arXiv:1110.6364v1.

de Melo, Carlos Sa; Seo, Kangjun; Han, Li

2012-02-01

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INSIDE THIS Dr. Palmer's  

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. What have you enjoyed most about being a member of the Titan family? "My experience has been great Parents Profile 2 `Tis the Season for Finals 2 Connecting with the College Student in Your Family 3 Spring not have a family history of participating in higher education," said Dr. Kandy Mink Salas, Dean

de Lijser, Peter

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PREFACE: Celebrating 20 years of Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter—in honour of Richard Palmer Celebrating 20 years of Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter—in honour of Richard Palmer  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the launch of Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter in 1989. The journal was formed from the merger of Journal of Physics C: Solid State Physics and Journal of Physics F: Metal Physics which had separated in 1971. In the 20 years since its launch, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter has more than doubled in size, while raising standards. Indeed, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter has become one of the leading scientific journals for our field. This could not have occurred without great leadership at the top. No one has been more responsible for this growth in both size and quality than our Senior Publisher, Richard Palmer. Richard first started work at IOP in March 1971 as an Editorial Assistant with J. Phys. B After a few months, he transferred to J. Phys.C The following year, the Assistant Editor of J. Phys. C, Malcolm Haines, left suddenly in order to work on his family vineyard in France, and Richard stepped into the breach. In those days, external editors had a much more hands-on role in IOP Publishing and he had to travel to Harwell to be interviewed by Alan Lidiard, the Honorary Editor of J. Phys. C, before being given the job of Assistant Editor permanently. Since J. Phys. C and J. Phys. F re-merged to form Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, Richard gradually shed his other journal responsibilities, except for Reports on Progress in Physics, to build up Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter. He has worked closely with four Editors-in-Chief of J. Phys. C and five of Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter. When Richard announced his retirement this past winter, we met it with a great deal of both happiness and sadness. Of course, we are happy that he is going to be allowed to enjoy his retirement, but we remain very sad to lose such a valuable member of our team, especially the one who had provided the heart and soul of the journal over its 20 years. We will be able to rely upon the team which Richard ably trained as we go into the future. The Executive Board decided to do this special issue, both to commemorate the 20th year of Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter and to honour Richard for his long years of service to IOP Publishing and Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter. This issue is dedicated to Richard for his many years of work and friendship with the journal board that has seen a great many changes over the years. This issue covers a very wide range of topics, since we approached all current and past members of the various boards of Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter in seeking papers for this special issue. The response has been very positive and this will be one of our larger special issues. The desire to honour Richard is widespread among these various boards, so that we have been almost overwhelmed with submissions, although many who wished to contribute could not because of other obligations. We hope that you, the readership, will enjoy these articles.

Ferry, David; Dowben, Peter; Inglesfield, John

2009-11-01

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The Lord of Rings - the mysterious case of the stolen rings: a critical analysis of an informal education activity  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

"The Lord of Rings - the mysterious case of the stolen rings" is a live astronomical role-playing game for kids aged 10 -13 [1]. Its goal is to introduce them to some of the main topics of the Solar System: a) the role of gravity; b) the distribution of mass & light; c) the effects of rotation; d) the distribution of water. The game was held at several Science Festival in Italy (Perugia, Genova, Fiorano, Bologna) obtaining great success. Teams of about 6-8 members are introduced to Mr Schioppanelli, the astro-detective of the town (the name is a pun: it reminds Schiaparelli, the famous italian astronomer, and it is a slang expression meaning "ring-breaker"). Mr Schioppanelli has his office in an "gastronomical astronomical observatory", known as The Red Giant Pizzeria. Schioppanelli informs the kids that a mysterious Centaur succeded in stealing the rings of Saturn. The partecipants are appointed astro-detectives incharge and asked to find the rings by browsing around the Solar System, which is scaled so as to fit the town historical centre or a pedestrian area, going from the Sun to Saturn or beyond, depending on the actual area at disposal. Great care must be taken allowing children playing only in a car-free area of the town. At the right scaled distances, the partecipants meet characters playing as the various planets. The kids can talk to them after solving a riddle, obtaining useful informations. A special characters play as a comet, timely going in and out of the inner solar system. The teams can also talk to some shepherdmoons of the rings. They easily discover that the rings were totally destroyed by the Centaur: a real disaster! They are also suggested to gather the necessary ingredients (gravity, light, rotation, inclination, dust and water, represented by simple objects like apples, spinning tops and so on) to rebuild the rings. The kids can buy the ingredients from different planets: every planet has ingredients in quantities which are proportionate to the real physical properties of that celestial object. After collecting the ingredients, they must carry them to the "The Red Giant" and indicate their best recipe to Mr Schioppanelli. Depending on the recipe, rings can be too strict or too luminous or too fast rotating and so on. The winning group is the one which prepares the best recipe to cook the rings in the smallest amount of time. After introducing this specific (and mysterious) game, we analyze the advantage-disadvantage ratio of such an activity, which is as funny as dispersive [2]. The key expression of the whole activity is, of course, "informal education". But, as a best practice result, we organize also 1 or 2 very simple laboratories about the solar system before playing the game. One of these, called The Olmicomics, allows the pupils to understand the dimensions of the planets with respect to their distances, providing them the correct introduction to "The Lord of Rings". The pupils are simply requested to pone the planets in a correct scale on a map of the city where they live. Then we coherently calculate together dimension of the Solar System planets and the Sun, according to the scale they chose. The second activity provide the pupils hints about the physical properties of the planets, touching the points a)-d) listed above. We believe this two-faces strategy is a quite effective tool for an education suited to our target group. They really do things, touch things, use their own body as a meter to understand distances and physical properties as the gravitational force. In the meanwhile, they are also asked to think about what they are doing, to make calculation and to build a representation of the Solar System by numbers, turning it into a visual representation only after their calculation. And, finally, to play with all these conceipts.

Sandrelli, S.

2011-10-01

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Health assessment for Lord Shope Landfill National Priorities List (NPL) Site, Erie, Erie County, Pennsylvania, Region 3. CERCLIS No. PAD980508931. Final report  

SciTech Connect

The Lord Shope Landfill site is located in Erie, Erie County, Pennsylvania. Long-term ingestion exposure to lead in private drinking water wells and long-term dermal contact exposure to arsenic in off-site surface water are of public health concern. The absence of adequate background sampling data makes it impossible to determine if these contaminants are attributable to the site. The site is of public health concern because of the risk to human health resulting from probable exposure to hazardous substances at concentrations that may result in adverse human health effects.

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An investigation of several aspects of LANDSAT-5 data quality. [Palmer County, Shelby, mt; White sands, NM; Great Salt Lake, UT; San Matted Bridge and Sacramento, California  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Band-to-band registration, geodetic registration, interdector noise, and the modulation transfer function (MTE) are discussed for the Palmer County; TX scene. Band combinations for several LANDSAT 4 and LANDSAT 5 scenes; the geodetic registration test for the Sacramento, CA area; periodic noise components in TM band 5; and grey level measurements by detector for Great Salt Lake (UT) dark water forescans and backscans are considered. Results of MTF analyses of the San Mateo Bridge and of TM high resolution and aerial Daedalus scanner imagery are consistent and appear to be repeatable. An oil-on-sand target was constructed on the White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico. The two-image analysis procedure used is summarized.

Wrigley, R. C. (principal investigator)

1984-01-01

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Shiva, Lord of Bhang.  

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In India, Cannabis Indica has been used for literally thousands of years in the worship of the god Shiva. Cannabis is used in an orally administered form called bhang which can be either the wet resinous leaves formed into pills of a drink made of milk, cannabis, and various spices consumed by worshipers of Shiva on festival days or by smoking the flowering buds of cannabis-a practice generally reserved for holy men who dedicate their lives to ascetic practice and the worship of Shiva. This practice is codified in the Vedas as well as in legends about the origin of cannabis and its relationship to Shiva. PMID:22742944

Godlaski, Theodore M

2012-08-01

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1 O clap your hands to | gether all ye | people : O sing unto | God with the | voice of | melody. 2 For the Lord is | high and to be | feared : he is the | great King upon | all the | earth.  

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of | melody. 2 For the Lord is | high and · to be | feared : he is the | great · King upon | all the | earth is the | King of · all the | earth : sing ye | praises · with | under | standing. 8 God | reigneth · over the people of the | God of | Abraham : for God which is very high exalted doth defend the | earth

Lasenby, Joan

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1 Lord | thou hast been our | refuge : from | one gene | ration to a | nother. 2 Before the mountains were brought forth or ever the | earth and the world were | made  

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Psalm 90 1 Lord | thou hast · been our | refuge : from | one · gene | ration · to a | nother. 2 thou sayest | Come again · ye | children · of | men. 4 For a thousand years in | thy sight · are but as | yesterday : seeing that is | past · as a | watch in · the | night. 5 As soon as thou scatterest them

Lasenby, Joan

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New insight into the thermal-tectonic history of the southern Antarctic Peninsula: (Uranium-Thorium-Samarium)/Helium and fission-track thermochronologic results from northwest Palmer Land and Alexander Island  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

This study examines the thermal history of the southern Antarctic Peninsula through the application of thermochronometry, and presents the first high-resolution thermochronologic dataset for arc rocks of northwest Palmer Land. I present 19 new thermochronologic ages obtained via (U-Th-Sm)/He and fission-track analyses of apatite and zircon from arc granitoids of northwest Palmer Land and fore-arc rocks of the LeMay and Fossil Bluff Groups of Alexander Island. These data were modeled via Monte Carlo simulations to generate time-temperature pathways. Thermal models generated for arc granitoids of northwest Palmer Land reveal a Late Cretaceous-Early Cenozoic episode of accelerated cooling from ca. 78--55 Ma not previously recognized in the southern Antarctic Peninsula. Here, faster cooling at an average rate of ˜15°C/Myr is bracketed by slower cooling at rates <3°C/Myr. Modeled thermal histories of metamorphosed fore-arc sedimentary rocks of Alexander Island reveal rapid cooling throughout the Eocene at an average rate of ˜13°C/Myr, preceded and followed by slower rates of cooling on the order of <3°C/Myr. The spatial and temporal distribution of the observed cooling trends may reflect localized variations in the thermal regime due to regional changes in plate kinematics, subduction dynamics, and related magmatism, but the cooling rates are also within range of those typical of exhumational processes such as normal faulting, ductile thinning, and erosion.

Savrda, Amanda Marie

2011-12-01

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Drought in the U.S. Great Plains (1980-2012): A sensitivity study using different methods for estimating potential evapotranspiration in the Palmer Drought Severity Index  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The Palmer Drought Severity Index (PDSI) has been widely used to evaluate drought conditions since it was developed in 1965. In the original formulation of the PDSI, potential evapotranspiration (PET) was estimated using the Thornthwaite equation. This study evaluates how using more physically based approaches for estimating PET influences the depiction of drought conditions over the U.S. Great Plains from 1980 to 2012. Both the Penman-Monteith equation and the two-source PET model are compared to the original Thornthwaite-based PDSI. The differences in PET between the three methods are much larger than the resulting differences in the PDSI. Results show that the original PDSI has a stronger drying trend than versions of PDSI that use more physically based methods of estimating PET. Spatially, all three versions of the PDSI show similar distributions of drying and wetting trends; however, there are significant regional variations that appear to be associated with land cover. PDSI and observed soil moisture in the top 1 m are moderately correlated (correlation coefficient is ~0.5) over the U.S. Great Plains, except in Texas (correlation coefficient is ~0.3). Although all three approaches result in a similar area-averaged PDSI for the U.S. Great Plains, there are large differences in the area affected by drought, especially during extreme drought events.

Yuan, Shanshui; Quiring, Steven M.

2014-10-01

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Intravitreal injection analysis at the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute: evaluation of clinical indications for the treatment and incidence rates of endophthalmitis  

PubMed Central

Objective To report the incidence of endophthalmitis, in addition to its clinical and microbiological aspects, after intravitreal injection of vascular-targeting agents. Methods A retrospective review of a consecutive series of 10,142 intravitreal injections of vascular targeting agents (bevacizumab, ranibizumab, triamcinolone acetonide, and preservative-free triamcinolone acetonide) between June 1, 2007 and January 31, 2010, performed by a single service (TGM) at the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute. Results One case of clinically-suspected endophthalmitis was identified out of a total of 10,142 injections (0.009%), presenting within three days of injection of bevacizumab. The case was culture-positive for Staphylococcus epidermidis. Final visual acuity was 20/40 after pars plana vitrectomy surgery. Conclusions In this series, the incidence of culture-positive endophthalmitis after intravitreal injection of vascular agents in an outpatient setting was very low. We believe that following a standardized injection protocol, adherence to sterile techniques and proper patient follow-up are determining factors for low incidence rates. PMID:20535228

Cavalcante, Ludimila L; Cavalcante, Milena L; Murray, Timothy G; Vigoda, Michael M; Piña, Yolanda; Decatur, Christina L; Davis, R Prince; Olmos, Lisa C; Schefler, Amy C; Parrott, Michael B; Alliman, Kyle J; Flynn, Harry W; Moshfeghi, Andrew A

2010-01-01

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1 $ I am well | pleased that the | Lord || hath | heard the | voice of my | pray'r. 2 That he hath in | clined his | ear unto me : therefore will I | call upon him as | long as I |  

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Psalm 116 1 $ I am well | pleased · that the | Lord || hath | heard the | voice of · my | pray'r. 2 That he hath in | clined his | ear unto me : therefore will I | call upon · him as | long as · I | live. 3 The snares of death | compassed me · round a | bout : and the | pains of | hell gat | hold upon me. 4 I shall

Lasenby, Joan

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Observed trends for CF3-containing compounds in background air at Cape Meares, Oregon, Point Barrow, Alaska, and Palmer Station, Antarctica.  

PubMed

The concentrations of CF(3)-containing compounds in archived air samples collected at Cape Meares, Oregon, from 1978 to 1997, at Point Barrow, Alaska, from 1995 to 1998, and at Palmer Station, Antarctica, from 1991 to 1997, were determined by high resolution gas chromatography and high resolution mass spectrometry. The CF(3)-containing compounds measured by this method and discussed here are: the perfluorinated compound, C(3)F(8) (FC 218); four perhalogenated compounds, CF(3)Cl (CFC 13), CF(3)CF(2)Cl (CFC 115), CF(3)CFCl(2) (CFC 114a), and CF(3)Br (Halon 1301); and three hydrofluorocompounds, CF(3)H (HFC 23), CF(3)CH(3) (HFC 143a), and CF(3)CH(2)F (HFC 134a). For four of these compounds, very few measurements have been previously reported. The atmospheric concentrations of all of the CF(3)-containing compounds continuously increased in time over the sample collection periods. From these data, the annual rates of emission into the atmosphere have been estimated. The emission rates fall into one of three distinct categories. The annual emission rates of C(3)F(8), CF(3)H, CF(3)CH(3), and CF(3)CH(2)F have continuously increased over the last two decades. That of CF(3)CFCl(2) has decreased continuously. Emission rates for CF(3)Cl, CF(3)CF(2)Cl, and CF(3)Br reached maximum levels in the late 1980s, and have been decreasing in the 1990s. The emission rates of C(3)F(8), CF(3)CH(3) and CF(3)CH(2)F were nearly zero 20 years ago but have increased rapidly during the last decade. PMID:15050808

Culbertson, J A; Prins, J M; Grimsrud, E P; Rasmussen, R A; Khalil, M A K; Shearer, M J

2004-05-01

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Development of a remotely sensing seasonal vegetation-based Palmer Drought Severity Index and its application of global drought monitoring over 1982-2011  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Vegetation effects are currently disregarded in Palmer Drought Severity Index (PDSI), and the sensitivity of PDSI to the choice of potential evaporation (EP) parameterization is often a concern. We developed a revised self-calibrating PDSI model that replaces EP with leaf area index-based total evapotranspiration (ARTS E0). It also included a simple snowmelt module. Using a unique satellite leaf area index data set and climate data, we calculated and compared ARTS E0, three other types of EP (i.e., Thornthwaite EP_Th, Allen EP_Al, and Penman-Monteith EP_PM), and corresponding PDSI values (i.e., PDSI_ARTS, PDSI_Th, PDSI_Al, and PDSI_PM) for the period 1982-2011. The results of PDSI_ARTS, PDSI_Al, and PDSI_PM show that global land became wetter mainly due to increased precipitation and El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) effect for the period, which confirms the ongoing intensification of global hydrologic cycle with global temperature increase. However, only PDSI_Th gave a trend of global drying, which confirms that PDSI_Th overestimates the global drying in response to global warming; i.e., PDSI values are sensitive to the parameterizations for Ep. Thus, ARTS E0, EP_Al, and EP_PM are preferred to EP_Th in global drought monitoring. In short, global warming affects global drought condition in two opposite ways. One is to contribute to the increases of EP and hence drought; the other is to increase global precipitation that contributes to global wetting. These results suggest that precipitation trend and its interaction with global warming and ENSO should be given much attention to correctly quantify past and future trends of drought.

Yan, Hao; Wang, Shao-Qiang; Lu, Hou-Quan; Yu, Qin; Zhu, Zai-Chun; Myneni, Ranga B.; Liu, Qiang; Shugart, Herman H.

2014-08-01

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Integration of Palmer Drought Severity Index and remote sensing data to simulate wetland water surface from 1910 to 2009 in Cottonwood Lake area, North Dakota  

USGS Publications Warehouse

Spatiotemporal variations of wetland water in the Prairie Pothole Region are controlled by many factors; two of them are temperature and precipitation that form the basis of the Palmer Drought Severity Index (PDSI). Taking the 196km2 Cottonwood Lake area in North Dakota as our pilot study site, we integrated PDSI, Landsat images, and aerial photography records to simulate monthly water surface. First, we developed a new Wetland Water Area Index (WWAI) from PDSI to predict water surface area. Second, we developed a water allocation model to simulate the spatial distribution of water bodies at a resolution of 30m. Third, we used an additional procedure to model the small wetlands (less than 0.8ha) that could not be detected by Landsat. Our results showed that i) WWAI was highly correlated with water area with an R2 of 0.90, resulting in a simple regression prediction of monthly water area to capture the intra- and inter-annual water change from 1910 to 2009; ii) the spatial distribution of water bodies modeled from our approach agreed well with the water locations visually identified from the aerial photography records; and iii) the R2 between our modeled water bodies (including both large and small wetlands) and those from aerial photography records could be up to 0.83 with a mean average error of 0.64km2 within the study area where the modeled wetland water areas ranged from about 2 to 14km2. These results indicate that our approach holds great potential to simulate major changes in wetland water surface for ecosystem service; however, our products could capture neither the short-term water change caused by intensive rainstorm events nor the wetland change caused by human activities. ?? 2011.

Huang, S.; Dahal, D.; Young, Caitlin; Chander, G.; Liu, S.

2011-01-01

192

Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 3): Lord-Shope Landfill site, Erie County, Pennsylvania (first remedial action), Final report, June 29, 1990  

SciTech Connect

The 25-acre Lord-Shope Landfill site is an inactive hazardous waste landfill in Girard Township, Erie County, northwestern Pennsylvania. The site consists of a 4-acre landfill and adjacent areas of contaminated soil, surface water and ground water. The primary contaminants of concern affecting the landfill material, surrounding soil, and ground water are VOCs including benzene, PCE, and TCE; and metals including arsenic, chromium, and lead. The selected remedial action for the site includes in-situ vapor stripping using vacuum wells to volatize and remove VOCs from the landfill material and the surrounding soil; collection and treatment of gas emissions generated by the vapor stripping process using carbon filtration; ground water pumping and treatment including pretreatment for metal removal, followed by air stripping, to halt plume migration, with final discharge of treated ground water into the nearby surface tributaries; implementation of site access restrictions and institutional controls including ground water use restrictions. The estimated present worth cost for the remedial action is $5,760,000, which includes an annual O and M cost of $420,000 for years 1 - 2 and $310,000 for years 3 - 50.

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1990-06-29

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Knowledge Representation and Martha Palmer  

E-print Network

-parts (Engine, Transmission, Chassis) ­ Car material (Steel, Plastic, Paint) #12;3/6/13 KRR 6 Collections and you get something different ­ Cars, people · Substances ­ Cut them up and you get more of the same are tangible entities which might have parts, such as desks, cars, and people. · Substances are tangible

Palmer, Martha

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Martha Palmer University of Colorado  

E-print Network

by its meaning" (p. 1) Amanda hacked the wood with an ax. Amanda hacked at the wood with an ax. Craig back to semantics? #12;Hacking and Notching ! Same thematic roles: Agent, Patient, Instrument ! Some shared syntactic frames, e.g. Basic Transitive (Agent V Patient) ! Hack: cut-21.1 cause(Agent, E) manner

Palmer, Martha

195

William P. Palmer III Collection  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This unique collection housed at the University of Maine represents a broad spectrum of pre-Columbian and Northwest Coast art collected between 1965 and 1970. The items here include 550 tomb figures from the Colima, Jalisco, and Nayarit cultures of Western Mexico, along with 1150 ceramic figures from the Michoac�¡n and Chup�¡cuaro cultures of Mexico. Additionally, the collection includes ceramics and gold items from Panama, jade objects from Costa Rica, and a small clutch of Mississippian ceramics. On the homepage, visitors can learn a bit more about the collection, and then they will want to surely start browsing at their leisure. There are a few thematically organized sections here, and visitors won't want to miss the "Images for Eternity: West Mexican Tomb Figures" section in particular.

196

JASON PALMER 2124 Verano Place  

E-print Network

. Ethnographic study of four Latino immigrant families living in Ogden, Utah, exploring how language loss affects in Spanish to participants of Weber State University's Study Abroad Spain program at Tarragona. Research included email correspondences, ethnographic observations, and one-on-one interviews with modern Gypsies

Loudon, Catherine

197

Jupiter: Lord of the Planets.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Presents a chapter from an introductory college-level astronomy textbook in which full-color photographs and numerous diagrams highlight an extensive description of the planet Jupiter. Topics include Jupiter's geology, rotation, magnetic field, atmosphere (including clouds and winds), and the Great Red Spot. (DH)

Kaufmann, William

1984-01-01

198

Hemlock: murder before the Lord.  

PubMed

Two healthy young men were killed by a plume of hemlock (Conium maculatum) emitted when contaminated incense was vaporized during religious rites about the middle of the thirteenth century BC. PMID:7830518

Davies, M L; Davies, T A

1994-10-01

199

NOVA: Lord of the Ants  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

As a young man growing up in Depression-era Alabama, E.O.Wilson spent a great time outdoors observing everything from butterflies to ants. His fascination with ants grew into a lifelong passion, and amidst his many accomplishments in later life, he would win a Pulitzer Prize for his 1991 work "The Ants". Today Wilson continues to be well-known as a strong advocate for the protection of the environment and his work in the field of sociobiology. Wilson was recently profiled in an episode of the popular PBS program "NOVA, and this site allows visitors to watch the program in its entirety as well as view a transcript or purchase a DVD of the program.

2008-05-20

200

Lord Kelvin on fluid mechanics  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

William Thomson, Baron Kelvin of Largs, was the best-known British scientist of his day, who made fundamental contributions to many areas of physics and engineering. Though his life and work have been much studied, his contributions to fluid mechanics have received far less attention that those in heat, electricity, magnetism, geophysics, "ether theory" and telegraphy. After a general introduction, Kelvin's writings on fluid mechanics are comprehensively surveyed. These reveal the interplay of his mathematical expertise and physical intuition, his deployment of physical analogies, and the origins of some of his work in later-abandoned speculations. Among lasting contributions are his circulation theorem and minimum energy theorem, the misnamed "Stokes' theorem", a generalization of Green's theorem, the method of stationary phase, and much on vortices, instabilities, tides and water waves.

Craik, Alex D. D.

2012-06-01

201

Chemotherapy-induced palmer planter erythrodysesthesia.  

PubMed

We report a case of palmar plantar erythrodysesthesia (PPE) in a case of acute lymphoblastic leukemia treated with VALP regime. The treating physician must be aware of this uncommon complication of chemotherapeutic agents to avoid unnecessary investigations. PMID:15847041

Bhasin, S; Sunita; Gupta, D K; Kataria, S P; Saluja, S; Sharma, M

2005-02-01

202

Thematic Roles in Linguistics Martha Palmer  

E-print Network

/DOWNWARD THEME GOES FROM SOURCE, TO GOAL #12;Full representation [ event GOPOSIT ([thing John], [path FROM an ugly duckling into a swan. [GOIDENT (x,y,z)] Universal grammar? #12;Causation and Permission CAUSE

Palmer, Martha

203

Studying Lords and Ladies, Arum Maculatum (L.)  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Historical uses of Arum maculatum (L.) are summarized. Temperature changes during spadix maturation, spathe uncurling in the presence of flower tissue, indol-3-y1 acetic acid, and gibberellic acid are investigated in the laboratory. Dilute solutions of both phytohormones cause significant spathe uncurling. Further investigations are suggested.…

Jones, Derek H. T.

1977-01-01

204

Molecular magnets: Lord of the rings  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Magnets built of molecular rings of magnetic ions are fundamental model systems for studying the complex correlations and dynamics of quantum spins at the atomic scale. A new generation of neutron spectrometers can reveal complete four-dimensional maps of the spin correlations in spin rings.

Rüegg, Christian

2012-12-01

205

Jaguar: Lord of the Mayan Jungle  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Anyone interested in the third largest of the big cats and habitat preservation in South and Central America should enjoy this site, the latest virtual trip from OneWorld Journeys.com (last reviewed in the August 18, 2000 Scout Report). The site features reports and images from a January 2001 expedition to find and radio collar a jaguar in the Yucatan Peninsula, an exploration of the mythological and ecological role of the jaguar, and a discussion on jungle ecology. These sections include numerous photos and Flash features.

206

TRAF1: Lord Without A RING  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Tumor necrosis factor (TNF) receptor-associated factors (TRAFs) constitute a family of adaptor proteins that associate with the cytosolic tail of particular TNF-family receptors (TNFR) and regulate cytokine signaling by linking TNFRs with downstream protein kinases, ubiquitin ligases, and other effector proteins. A total of six members of this family (TRAF1-6) have been identified in mammals. TRAF1 is unique among TRAFs because it lacks a RING finger domain present in TRAF2-6 that has been shown to be required for TRAF2- and TRAF6-mediated activities. TRAF1 also has the most restricted expression among TRAFs, and is found almost exclusively in activated lymphocytes, dendritic cells, and certain epithelia. Recent evidence obtained from TRAF1-/- mice shows that TRAF1-deficient T cells are hyper-responsive to TNF-?, having increased T cell receptor (TCR)-dependent T cell proliferation rates in vitro. Also, these TRAF1-/- mice had increased sensitivity to TNF-?-induced skin necrosis in vivo. These results support a role for TRAF1 as a negative regulator of signaling by certain TNF-family receptors. This review summarizes current knowledge about TRAF1, focusing on the new information provided by these TRAF1-deficient mice. Also, the pros and cons of TRAFs as potential targets for drug discovery are discussed.

Juan M. Zapata (The Burnham Institute; REV)

2002-05-21

207

House of Lords Keele in the World  

E-print Network

on BBC Breakfast Dr Jon Herbert, SPIRE, was a guest on BBC Breakfast discussing the US elections and commentator on sustainable development officially took up the office of Chancellor of Keele University on my shoulders and a very interesting time to take up this role as the University embarks on the 50th

Stell, John

208

Margaret a. PalMer nthedevelopedworld,responsestonatural  

E-print Network

to reduce both fish diversity and water quality. Most areas of the United States and western Europe dense rainforests. This trend could reverse if Amazonian deforestation intensifies. After a detailed

Palmer, Margaret A.

209

DESALINATION IN AUSTRALIA: THE FACTS By NCEDA CEO Neil Palmer  

E-print Network

,000 desal plants. The total cost of desalinated water is far cheaper than the retail price of bottled water vital role to play in Australia's long term water security and the country's sound economic future. Seawater desalination is the only new and sustainable water source available to us. Desalination offers

210

DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF SIND, A DYNAMIC BINARY TREK PALMER  

E-print Network

, DAISY, and FX!32 exploit dynamic optimization techniques to improve performance of native or foreignRIO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 2.3 FX!32 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 2.4 DAISY

Massachusetts at Amherst, University of

211

Viscosity Coefficient Curve Fits for Ionized Gas Species Grant Palmer  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Viscosity coefficient curve fits for neutral gas species are available from many sources. Many do a good job of reproducing experimental and computational chemistry data. The curve fits are usually expressed as a function of temperature only. This is consistent with the governing equations used to derive an expression for the neutral species viscosity coefficient. Ionized species pose a more complicated problem. They are subject to electrostatic as well as intermolecular forces. The electrostatic forces are affected by a shielding phenomenon where electrons shield the electrostatic forces of positively charged ions beyond a certain distance. The viscosity coefficient for an ionized gas species is a function of both temperature and local electron number density. Currently available curve fits for ionized gas species, such as those presented by Gupta/Yos, are a function of temperature only. What they did was to assume an electron number density. The problem is that the electron number density they assumed was unrealistically high. The purpose of this paper is two-fold. First, the proper expression for determining the viscosity coefficient of an ionized species as a function of both temperature and electron number density will be presented. Then curve fit coefficients will be developed using the more realistic assumption of an equilibrium electron number density. The results will be compared against previous curve fits and against highly accurate computational chemistry data.

Palmer, Grant; Arnold, James O. (Technical Monitor)

2001-01-01

212

PLANT ANIMAL INTERACTIONS Christopher M. Swan Margaret A. Palmer  

E-print Network

decay of speciose litter proceeds non-additively has progressed much faster in terrestrial versus by an aquatic consumer mediates non-additive decomposition of speciose leaf litter Received: 25 June 2005 the rate of primary production, nutrient cycling, and, once senesced, decay of organic matter (Tilman et al

Palmer, Margaret A.

213

Rehabbing the Rankings: Fool's Errand or the Lord's Work?  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

For better or worse, rankings shape public conceptions of collegiate quality. This paper reviews the history of rankings, analyzes what they represent, explores recent efforts to employ indicators in addition to institutional resources and reputation on which the most popular rankings are based, and evaluates the extent to which rankings serve…

Kuh, George D.

2011-01-01

214

"Kerrr" black hole: the Lord of the String  

E-print Network

Kerrr in the title is not a typo. The third "r" stands for "regular", in the sense of pathology-free, rotating black hole. We exhibit a long search-for, exact, Kerr-like, solution of the Einstein equations with novel features: i) no curvature ring singularity; ii) no "anti-gravity" universe with causality violating timelike closed world-lines; iii) no "super-luminal" matter disk. The ring singularity is replaced by a classical, circular, rotating string with Planck tension representing the inner engine driving the rotation of all the surrounding matter. The resulting geometry is regular and smoothly interpolates among inner Minkowski space, borderline deSitter and outer Kerr universe. The key ingredient to cure all unphysical features of the ordinary Kerr black hole is the choice of a "noncommutative geometry inspired" matter source as the input for the Einstein equations, in analogy with spherically symmetric black holes described in earlier works.

Anais Smailagic; Euro Spallucci

2010-03-20

215

House of Lords London SW1A OPW  

E-print Network

writing about three outstanding issues which demand clarification before the decision can be properly natural beauty, will any preparatory work ­ including investigatory drilling ­ be debarred in Ennerdale for our current generation but for men, women and children thousands of years ahead, can only

216

TO SUFFER WITH OUR LORD: CHRISTIAN RESPONSES TO RELIGIOUS PERSECUTION  

Microsoft Academic Search

Awareness of religious persecution and advocacy of religious freedom in the US and the international Christian community has grown. However, political gains are not enough and many wrestle with the reason and response to persecution. Those who experience religious persecution must resist the temptation to flee, fight, or compromise. Christians who do not experience persecution directly must respond with righteous

Peter Kuzmi?

2004-01-01

217

Contraries in the poetry of Edward, Lord Herbert of Cherbury  

E-print Network

" of truth proves his epistemological claim that truth can be represented in a variety of ways because of IV our sense's inability to perceive the truth; and a focus on outward appearance distorts truth. In his sonnets on black, he illustrates how poetic... of this thesis is to examine Cherbury's poetry, particularly those sonnets which use colors symbolically, to see not only how they fit into a metaphysical tradition but also how they are unique from it. Cherbury's distinctiveness as a poet...

Golding, Lisa Lugean

1990-01-01

218

Discovering Saturn, The Real "Lord of the Rings"  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This is a lesson about Saturn. Learners will extend and enhance their current understandings about Saturn by reading a series of Saturn minibooks, and learn a note-taking technique that will help them better understand nonfiction text. They use their notes for descriptive writing and to compare and contrast with new information that we learn about Saturn from Cassini. This is lesson 5 of 12 in the Mission to Saturn Educators Guide, Reading Writing Rings, for grades 3-4.

2012-08-03

219

Discovering Saturn, the real "Lord of the Rings"  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This is a set of four activities about Saturn. Learners will read a series of Saturn minibooks, and then use this information to answer questions and construct a poster to display their learning. The fourth activity returns to the idea of size and scale by comparing Saturn and Titan to our Earth and Moon. Includes a glossary, information for families, and guidance for deepening the science. This is lesson 3 of 8 in the Jewel of the Solar System: From Out-of-School to Outer Space, an adaptation for after school programs of the Cassini-Huygens educational product, Reading, Writing, and Rings.

2012-12-06

220

Lord of the Rings: GroES Structure  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Access to the article is free, however registration and sign-in are required. The crystal structure of the chaparonin GroES, which together with GroEL assists in the folding of many proteins in Escherichia coli, is reported in this issue of Science by Mande et al. (p. 203). In this perspective, M. Mayhew and F. U. Hartl discuss the implications of the new structure for the function of the GroEL:GroES complex.

Mark Mayhew (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center; Howard Hughes Medical Institute and Cellular Biochemistry and Biophysics Program)

1996-01-12

221

The Life and Times of Dick Ruggles: Lord Sainsbury's Gardener  

E-print Network

returned with stories. Dick Ruggles is both. He is a keeper and custodian of the inherited tradition of his area (called Seanachie in Ireland).His stories are as passed on (some from his mother etc and some are folk tales) or from his experience of life...

Lanham, Neil

222

Travel with a Time Lord: Using Media to Enhance Literacy  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This article reports on a UKLA-funded project in which a group of 10 teachers in South Wales were involved. The televised science fiction drama "Doctor Who" was chosen as the theme as it was based on popular culture as well as being of local and national interest. The main character in this television drama is an alien who can fly through time and…

Harrett, Jacqueline; Benjamin, Theresa

2009-01-01

223

“Kerrr” black hole: The lord of the string  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Kerrr in the title is not a typo. The third “r” stands for regular, in the sense of pathology-free rotating black hole. We exhibit a long search-for, exact, Kerr-like, solution of the Einstein equations with novel features: (i) no curvature ring singularity; (ii) no “anti-gravity” universe with causality violating time-like closed world-lines; (iii) no “super-luminal” matter disk. The ring singularity is replaced by a classical, circular, rotating string with Planck tension representing the inner engine driving the rotation of all the surrounding matter. The resulting geometry is regular and smoothly interpolates among inner Minkowski space, borderline de Sitter and outer Kerr universe. The key ingredient to cure all unphysical features of the ordinary Kerr black hole is the choice of a “non-commutative geometry inspired” matter source as the input for the Einstein equations, in analogy with spherically symmetric black holes described in earlier works.

Smailagic, Anais; Spallucci, Euro

2010-04-01

224

Chaotic Quantization: Maybe the Lord plays dice, after all?  

E-print Network

We argue that the quantized non-Abelian gauge theory can be obtained as the infrared limit of the corresponding classical gauge theory in a higher dimension. We show how the transformation from classical to quantum field theory emerges, and calculate Planck's constant from quantities defined in the underlying classical gauge theory.

T. S. Biro; S. G. Matinyan; B. Muller

2003-01-17

225

Scientists at play in a field of the Lord  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The Answers in Genesis Creation Museum opened in May of 2007. During the opening day, a loosely affiliated group of scientists joined in a Rally for Reason as they termed it to protest the museum's potential effect on science in the United States. This paper discusses ethnographic data collected before and during the rally. Scientist narratives disclose the rationale for their participation at the rally, unpacking their hopes, fears and social ideals vis-à-vis their perception of the Museum's impact. With these ideals, I discuss the lacking discourse between the values of ideal of science literacy, the contested authority of museums and their publics, and a lacking conception of how a valuerationality aligned towards the Museum's message continues to be culturally produced.

Long, David E.

2010-03-01

226

Laudatio Lord Williams of Oystermouth Rowan, Lord Williams of Oystermouth, it is far from easy to deliver a laudatory speech about  

E-print Network

of Oxford, with research on the mystical theology of the Russian philosopher Vladimir Lossky. After working with the struggle between fidelity and political power. Your collections of theological essays On Christian Theology

van Suijlekom, Walter

227

Glyphosate-Resistant Palmer Amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) Spreads in the Southern United States (U.S.)  

Technology Transfer Automated Retrieval System (TEKTRAN)

Glyphosate (N-phosphonomethyl glycine) is an exceptionally broad-spectrum herbicide that was first registered for use in 1974. Glyphosate is used mainly in conjunction with transgenic, glyphosate-resistant soybean, canola (Brassica napus), cotton (Gossypium hirsutum), and corn (Zea mays) cultivars, ...

228

Institute of Criminal Justice Research Seminar SeriesSpeaker: Dr. Tanya Palmer  

E-print Network

is the difference between sex and sexual violation? This paper reconsiders the conceptual and legal boundary between sex and sexual violation. It explores the current constructions of sex and sexual violation contained involved in street-based sex work. The paper forms the central argument of the author's forthcoming book

Anderson, Jim

229

Response of root-knot nematodes and Palmer amaranth to tillage and rye green manure  

Technology Transfer Automated Retrieval System (TEKTRAN)

Rye (Secale cereale L.), which produces bioactive benzoxazinoid compounds, is a frequently used winter cover crop in many agronomic production systems in the USA. Our objective was to determine whether incorporating rye into soil while still green results in greater suppression of root-knot nematod...

230

A note from CEE Department Head, Dr. Richard Palmer Celebrating our Achievements  

E-print Network

to Kenya to continue their work constructing wells and springboxes to provide cleaner drinking water competition, which brought together over 200 students from universities across the region to test their design workshop titled Nonstationarity, Hydrologic Frequency Analysis, and Water Management (January 13

Mountziaris, T. J.

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rstb.royalsocietypublishing.org Cite this article: Palmer C, Lidji P, Peretz I.  

E-print Network

's parameters of relaxation time and endogenous frequency accounted for differences between the beat-deaf cases examination of the acoustic signal [1]. Listeners' ability to track a beat, called beat-tracking, is modelled (endogenous) oscillator that changes its phase and period in response to the elapsed intervals between

232

Coastal-Change and Glaciological Map of the Palmer Land Area, Antarctica: 1947-2009  

USGS Publications Warehouse

Reduction in the area and volume of the two polar ice sheets is intricately linked to changes in global climate, and the resulting rise in sea level could severely impact the densely populated coastal regions on Earth. Antarctica is Earth's largest reservoir of glacial ice. Melting of the West Antarctic part alone of the Antarctic ice sheet would cause a sea-level rise of approximately 6 meters (m), and the potential sea-level rise after melting of the entire Antarctic ice sheet is estimated to be 65 m (Lythe and others, 2001) to 73 m (Williams and Hall, 1993). The mass balance (the net volumetric gain or loss) of the Antarctic ice sheet is highly complex, responding differently to different climatic and other conditions in each region (Vaughan, 2005). In a review paper, Rignot and Thomas (2002) concluded that the West Antarctic ice sheet is probably becoming thinner overall; although it is known to be thickening in the west, it is thinning in the north. The mass balance of the East Antarctic ice sheet is thought by Davis and others (2005) to be positive on the basis of the change in satellite-altimetry measurements made between 1992 and 2003. Measurement of changes in area and mass balance of the Antarctic ice sheet was given a very high priority in recommendations by the Polar Research Board of the National Research Council (1986), in subsequent recommendations by the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR) (1989, 1993), and by the National Science Foundation's (1990) Division of Polar Programs. On the basis of these recommendations, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) decided that the archive of early 1970s Landsat 1, 2, and 3 Multispectral Scanner (MSS) images of Antarctica and the subsequent repeat coverage made possible with Landsat and other satellite images provided an excellent means of documenting changes in the cryospheric coastline of Antarctica (Ferrigno and Gould, 1987). The availability of this information provided the impetus for carrying out a comprehensive analysis of the glaciological features of the coastal regions and changes in ice fronts of Antarctica (Swithinbank, 1988; Williams and Ferrigno, 1988). The project was later modified to include Landsat 4 and 5 MSS and Thematic Mapper (TM) images (and in some areas Landsat 7 Enhanced Thematic Mapper Plus (ETM+) images), RADARSAT images, aerial photography, and other data where available, to compare changes that occurred during a 20- to 25- or 30-year time interval (or longer where data were available, as in the Antarctic Peninsula). The results of the analysis are being used to produce a digital database and a series of USGS Geologic Investigations Series Maps (I-2600) (Williams and others, 1995; Swithinbank and others, 2003a,b, 2004; Ferrigno and others, 2002, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, and in press; and Williams and Ferrigno, 2005) (available online at http://www.glaciers.er.usgs.gov).

Ferrigno, Jane G.; Cook, Alison J.; Mathie, Amy M.; Williams, Richard S., Jr.; Swithinbank, Charles; Foley, Kevin M.; Fox, Adrian J.; Thomson, Janet W.; Sievers, Jorn

2009-01-01

233

Control of Palmer amaranth in GlytolTM + LibertyLink Cotton J.W. Keeling  

E-print Network

on the Texas High Plains. Continuing use of glyphosate in this region has led to weed population shifts such that weeds that are difficult to control with glyphosate are becoming more common in fields. Cotton varieties, TX in 2010 to determine optimum tank-mix and sequential applications of Roundup PowerMax (RUPM

Mukhtar, Saqib

234

EMILY JACOBS-PALMER Curriculum Vitae Harvard University 31 Monmouth St., Apt. 3  

E-print Network

, middle, and high school teachers to familiarize students with scientific careers, culminating in a classroom visit to Dearborn Middle School in Roxbury, MA (2011). Habitat Summer Camp and Boston Nature and delivered a seminar on sexual selection for high school teachers and a docent training workshop

Hoekstra, Hopi E.

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Granitoid pluton formation by spreading of continental crust: the Wiley Glacier complex, northwest Palmer Land, Antarctica  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The emplacement mechanism, geometry, and isotope geochemistry of plutons of the Wiley Glacier complex suggest that new continental crust grew by multiple injection of tonalitic dykes during dextral transtension in the Antarctic Peninsula magmatic arc in Early Cretaceous times. The suggested mechanism is analogous to basalt dyke injection during sea-floor spreading. During normal-dextral shear, the Burns Bluff pluton, a sheeted, moderately east-dipping, syn-magmatically sheared tonalite-granodiorite intruded syn-magmatically sheared quartz diorite of the Creswick Gap pluton and 140 ± 5 Ma hornblende gabbro. U?Pb dating of zircon and Ar?Ar dating of hornblende and biotite suggest that both granite s.l. plutons were emplaced between 145 and 140 Ma, but that extensional shearing was active from the time of emplacement until ca. 127 Ma. The Burns Bluff pluton is chilled at its margin, and grades through mylonitised, porphyritic tonalite-granodiorite sheets and tonalite-granodiorite sheets with minor chilling, to a kilometre-scale body of coarse-grained, hypidiomorphic tonalite-granodiorite. Co-magmatic microdiorite forms dykes and abundant synplutonic mafic enclaves. These dykes opened as echelon veins during episodic dextral shear and were deformed to trains of enclaves during continued normal-dextral shear. Pluton-marginal porphyritic and hypidiomorphic tonalite-granodiorite forms large, fault-hosted sheets emplaced progressively under extension with minor dextral shear. Kinematic indicators from pluton-marginal granite s.l. dykes suggest that early in pluton accretion, intrusive sheets cooled rapidly, with simple shear prior to full crystallisation changing to ductile simple shear during cooling. Kinematic indicators towards the pluton core suggest that as the pluton grew, and cooled more slowly, emplacement switched from sheeting to in situ inflation with simple shear distributed across a broad zone prior to full crystallisation of magma. Cross-cutting relationships with the coeval, syn-extensional, Creswick Gap pluton suggest that the Burns Bluff pluton was emplaced in a steeper, second generation shear structure, like those in normal fault systems. This suggests that the Wiley Glacier complex was emplaced above the base of the brittle-ductile transition zone (15-18 km depth). The Burns Bluff pluton has Nd and Sr isotope values that range from mantle dominated ( ?Nd 141 = +3.8, {87Sr }/{86Sr 141} = 0.70468 ) to more crustally influenced ( ?Nd 141 = -1.7, {87Sr }/{86Sr 141} = 0.70652 ). This range probably represents different degrees of mixing between mantle-derived magma and lower crustal partial melts generated in the garnet-stability zone (40+ km depth). Addition of new crustal material by mafic underplating at the base of the crust and by redistribution of granitic s.l. and mafic, modified, underplated magma to mid-crustal levels along extensional shear zones as the arc 'spread' were the primary mechanisms of crustal growth.

Vaughan, Alan P. M.; Wareham, Christopher D.; Millar, Ian L.

1997-12-01

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Analysis of 13 asteroid lightcurves obtained at the Palmer Divide Observatory  

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The lightcurves for the following asteroids were obtained and then analyzed to find the synodic period and amplitude. 321 Florentina: 2.8711±0.0003h, 0.37±0.02m; 787 Moskva: 6.056±0.001h, 0.61±0.02m; 839 Valborg: 10.366±0.005h, 0.14±0.02m; 912 Maritima: 48.43±0.05h, >0.12±0.02m; 1176 Lucidor: 4.0791±0.0006h, 0.06±0.02m; 1862 Apollo: 3.0680±0.0002h, 0.30-1.20±0.02m; 2266 Tchaikovsky: 4.883±0.003h, 0.04±0.01m; 2951 Perepadin: 4.7808±0.0001h, 0.60±0.02m; 5108 Lubeck: 8.769±0.003, 0.43±0.02m; (17864) 1998 KK38: 6.56±0.01h, 0.17±0.02m; (18582) 1997 XK9: 114±10h, 0.94±0.02m; (20231) 1997 YK: 48.2±0.1h, >0.22±0.02m. Asteroid 868 Lova was also observed but its long period is only constrained as >24h.

Warner, Brian D.

2006-06-01

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Lord Lansdowne, his Peace Letter and the Great War: a political history  

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this area of research, will go unpaid for years to come, if ever. My achievement in reaching this level of education, and advancing this far in life, is thanks to my mother. The understanding and patience of my wife, and companion along the way, deserves... in the mass of historical monographs on World War I, making him a kind of proxy for his class. Trevor Wilson referred to the Peace Letter as a "plea for autocracy, " and the "most noteworthy attempt to save the young men of the British upper classes" &om...

Winters, Frank Winfield

2000-01-01

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Lord Kelvin and the Age-of-the-Earth Debate: A Dramatization.  

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Presents a dramatization of a fictitious debate about the age of the earth that takes place at the Royal Institution, London, England, in the year 1872 among Sir William Thomson, T.H. Huxley, Sir Charles Lyell, and Hermann von Helmholtz. (Contains 17 references.) (Author/YDS)

Stinner, Art; Tecihman, Jurgen

2003-01-01

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Speech by Lord Hunt to the Worshipful Company of Water Conservators November 2, 2006  

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, Liverymen, ladies and gentlemen. It is an honour to be invited to speak at your banquet here in the Drapers of engineering. She has very ably chaired the Thames Partnership. Although Conservators is an old fashioned term brought together the old river authorities leading to more unified standards (and clearer information

Hunt, Julian

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Representing Science through Historical Drama: "Lord Kelvin and the Age of the Earth Debate"  

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This paper presents a defense for the use of historical scripted conversations in science. We discuss drama's use of both expository and narrative text forms to expand the language forms available for a variety of learners, the use of scripted conversations as a defensible curriculum design to foster learning in general and science in particular,…

Begoray, Deborah L.; Stinner, Arthur

2005-01-01

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Thou shall not take the Lord's name in vain --being a sort of  

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the work my friend Shirley Strum is doing on baboons in Kenya, or if this other friend A first draft the supreme court, nor the baboons, nor the hyenas would have been present here in themselves, but they would

Boyer, Edmond

242

The Spectrums of Mean Sea Level at Sydney, Coff's Harbour, and Lord Howe Island  

Microsoft Academic Search

Daily mean sea levels for the period July 1957 to December 1958 were first ad- justed to correspond to a fixed value of atmospheric pressure. The spectrums and cross spec- trums, coherences and phase differences of the adjusted sea' levels were computed for periods between 2 and 60 days. Spectrums of atmospheric pressure were also computed. The atmospheric pressure spectrums

B. V. Hamon

1962-01-01

243

“How Come Most People Don't See It?”: Slashing the Lord of the Rings  

Microsoft Academic Search

The now well-established fan tradition of “slash fiction” locates homoerotic undercurrents beneath the surface of popular films, television serials, and books, from Star Trek to Pride and Prejudice. The encoding\\/decoding model of media production and reception has recently been used to explain how enthusiasts of slash fiction are able to discern subtexts invisible to the majority of readers and viewers,

Daniel Allington

2007-01-01

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Citizen Hersant: The Rise to Power of a Contemporary French Press Lord.  

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When the centrist government of Prime Minister Jacques Chirac chose 69-year-old Robert Hersant to buy the newspaper "France-Soir" (famous for its ties to the resistance to the Nazis) in 1976, journalists at many newspapers on the left fought the political move by reminding both the public and the government of Hersant's collaboration during the…

McWilliams, Alvi

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Lord Street Theater Journal: At-Risk Youth and Performance Art.  

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Describes a theater in Port-of-Spain developed by a recovered drug user and advertising executive to provide a safe and interesting environment for recovering drug users. Discusses the methods used to engage the participants in learning about theater. Offers a chronological recounting of the class and describes participants' reactions to various…

Salazar, Laura Gardner

1998-01-01

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The SR issue: its status in behavior analysis and in Donahoe and Palmer's learning and complex behavior  

Microsoft Academic Search

The central focus of this essay is whether the effect of reinforcement is best viewed as the strength- ening of responding or the strengthening of the environmental control of responding. We make the argument that adherence to Skinner's goal of achieving a moment-to-moment analysis of behavior compels acceptance of the latter view. Moreover, a thoroughgoing commitment to a moment-to- moment

JOHN W. DONAHOE; D AVID C. PALMER; J E Burgos

1997-01-01

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Electrocortical source imaging of intracranial EEG data in epilepsy Zeynep Akalin Acar, Jason Palmer, Gregory Worrell, and Scott Makeig  

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Electrocortical source imaging of intracranial EEG data in epilepsy Zeynep Akalin Acar, Jason electrode (iEEG, ECoG) recording from a patient with partial refrac- tory epilepsy. A 15-min dataset for clinical epilepsy research and for basic cognitive neuroscience research using volunteer patients who must

Makeig, Scott

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Gloria Nelson, Colorado MESA, 303-556-8568 Tami Palmer, SpectraLink, 303-583-5378  

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of milk cartons, wood furring strips and duct tape. They will then try to navigate the boats across the CU Elms, SpectraLink president and CEO. "SpectraLink is delighted to team with MESA and CU's Multicultural

Stowell, Michael

249

Multiple resistance to glyphosate and pyrithiobac in Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) from Mississippi and response to flumiclorac  

Technology Transfer Automated Retrieval System (TEKTRAN)

Greenhouse and laboratory studies were conducted to confirm and quantify glyphosate resistance, to investigate interactions between flumiclorac and glyphosate mixtures on weed control, to determine patterns of absorption and translocation of glyphosate applied alone and in combination with flumiclor...

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One stage bilateral endoscopic sympathectomy under local anesthesia: Is a valid, and safe procedure for treatment of palmer hyperhidrosis?  

PubMed Central

OBJECTIVE: Thoracoscopic sympathetic surgery is currently the best treatment for hyperhidrosis, and the success rate is quite high, but poor emphasis has been given to the type of anaesthesia and its application through either one or two stages of surgery. This study has evaluated the operative and postoperative results of one-stage bilateral thoracoscopic sympathectomy under local anaesthesia. MATERIALS AND METHODS: From 2003 to 2007, n=14 patients with hyperhidrosis of the upper limbs [4 females and 10 males] with a mean age of 28±2.11 year [range 26-44] were included. They were operated on by means of bilateral ETS under local anaesthesia. The mean follow-up was 1.5 years (range 13-24 months). RESULTS: No operative mortality was recorded. The mean operating room time for the whole bilateral procedure under was 73. 5±14.5 range [60 -120] min most of the patients were discharged the same day after a chest roentgenogram except, only two patients with gustatory sweating one recurrent sweating in the patient who had previously axillary hyperhidrosis. Also among them two patients (20%) experienced a minimal pneumothorax that required no treatment. Postoperative quality of life and satisfaction were excellent and cost was significantly reduced. CONCLUSIONS: Bilateral thoracoscopic sympathectomy for palmar hyperhidrosis could be safely and effectively performed in patients refusing GA regarding cost and satisfaction. PMID:20585488

Awad, Mohamed Salah; Elzeftawy, Awny; Mansour, Salah; Elshelfa, Wael

2010-01-01

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JISAO 2007-2008 Annual Report Alemu, E., and R.N. Palmer. 2007.1. Techni-  

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-induced changes in the hydrol- ogy of the western United States. Science Sci- ence Express Reports 10.1126/science American Juvenile Salmon in the Ocean. North Pacific Anadromous Fish Commission. Technical Report 7. Bioenergetic Responses by Pacific Salmon to Climate and Ecosystem Variation. North Pacific Anadromous Fish

Rigor, Ignatius G.

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Palmer Quarterly - Context-Dependent Victimization and Aggression: Differences Between All-Girl and Mixed-Sex Schools  

Microsoft Academic Search

Contextual differences in the association between different forms of aggressive behavior and victimization were studied with a sample of 197 boys and 149 girls from mixed-sex schools and in 336 girls from all-girl schools (M = 10.21 years of age) in two cities in Colombia. Results showed that boys generally engage in more physical than relational aggression, whereas girls engage

Jonathan Bruce Santo; William M. Bukowski

2010-01-01

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StreptomycesThe twin-arginine translocation pathway is a major route of protein export in Pohlschrder, and Tracy Palmer  

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coelicolor StreptomycesThe twin-arginine translocation pathway is a major route of protein export.pnas.org/misc/reprints.shtml To order reprints, see: Notes: #12;The twin-arginine translocation pathway is a major route of protein, and approved September 27, 2006 (received for review August 15, 2006) The twin-arginine translocation (Tat

Palmer, Tracy

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Cloud Computing for e-Science with CARMEN Paul Watson, Phillip Lord, Frank Gibson, Panayiotis Periorellis, Georgios Pitsilis  

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information. In this paper we describe the CARMEN system. This is a generic e-science platform "in the cloud brain development, how to design better drugs, and how to design computer systems that can carry out that it is collecting. This paper describes the design of the CARMEN system. This is a generic e- Science platform which

Newcastle upon Tyne, University of

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Lord Julian Hunt FRS Meteorological Office 1990-1992 Professor VI Arnold Steklov Institute, Moscow 1990-1993  

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(Director) Isaac Newton Institute 1996-2001 Professor NJ Hitchin FRS (Chair) University of Oxford 1998 (Director) Isaac Newton Institute 2001-2006 Professor C Bernardi University of Paris 6 2002-2005 Professor G David Wallace CBE FRS FREng (Director) Isaac Newton Institute 2006-2011 Professor Sir John Ball FRS FRSE

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Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill Brief on the House of Lords' Consideration of Commons Amendments 29 October 2008  

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Amendments 29 October 2008 Prepared by the Academy of Medical Sciences, Association of Medical Research Charities, Medical Research Council and Wellcome Trust. The Academy of Medical Sciences, Association of Medical Research Charities, the Medical Research Council and the Wellcome Trust support the aspects

Rambaut, Andrew

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Lord Rutherford of Nelson, his 1908 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, and why he didn't get a second prize  

Microsoft Academic Search

'I have dealt with many different transformations with various periods of time, but the quickest that I have met was my own transformation in one moment from a physicist to a chemist.' Ernest Rutherford (Nobel Banquet, 1908) This article is about how Ernest Rutherford (1871-1937) got the 1908 Nobel Prize in Chemistry and why he did not get a second

Cecilia Jarlskog

2008-01-01

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Endocrinology and the arts at the feet of the dancing Lord: Parathyroid hormone resistance in an Indian icon  

PubMed Central

The dance of Siva has a cosmic appeal. Nowhere has this dance been crystallised in its pristine form as in the Nataraja Bronzes from the Chola period. Mysticism surrounds the dancing form of the Nataraja. But does Nataraja dance upon an endocrine mystery. Does the demon under his feet Apasmara literally forgetfulness or epilepsy have an endocrine disorder. The short limbed stocky eye popping dwarf with possible mental retardation with a name that suggests epilepsy throws open a host of endocrine diagnoses. From cretinisim to the original descriptions of pseudohypoparathyroidism here is one view of the medical mystery under Shiva's dancing feet. PMID:24741522

Seshadri, Krishna G.

2014-01-01

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Representing Spatial Structure through Maps and Language: Lord of the Rings Encodes the Spatial Structure of Middle Earth  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Spatial mental representations can be derived from linguistic and non-linguistic sources of information. This study tested whether these representations could be formed from statistical linguistic frequencies of city names, and to what extent participants differed in their performance when they estimated spatial locations from language or maps. In…

Louwerse, Max M.; Benesh, Nick

2012-01-01

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Level II scour analysis for Bridge 5 (IRASTH00010005) on Town Highway 1, crossing Lords Creek, Irasburg, Vermont  

USGS Publications Warehouse

Contraction scour for all modelled flows ranged from 2.4 to 4.6 ft. The worst-case contraction scour occurred at the 500-year discharge. Abutment scour ranged from 7.2 to 9.8 ft. The worst-case abutment scour also occurred at the 500-year discharge. Additional information on scour depths and depths to armoring are included in the section titled “Scour Results”. Scoured-streambed elevations, based on the calculated scour depths, are presented in tables 1 and 2. A cross-section of the scour computed at the bridge is presented in figure 8. Scour depths were calculated assuming an infinite depth of erosive material and a homogeneous particle-size distribution. It is generally accepted that the Froehlich equation (abutment scour) gives “excessively conservative estimates of scour depths” (Richardson and others, 1995, p. 47). Usually, computed scour depths are evaluated in combination with other information including (but not limited to) historical performance during flood events, the geomorphic stability assessment, existing scour protection measures, and the results of the hydraulic analyses. Therefore, scour depths adopted by VTAOT may differ from the computed values documented herein.

Boehmler, Erick M.; Song, Donald L.

1996-01-01

261

War in the North? A Critical Study of News Coverage of the Lord's Resistance Army 2004-2008  

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by the natural character of states that could be understood ‘scientifically,’ akin to the new understanding of biological processes that also marked the period” of the late nineteenth century through World War II (Agnew 1998, 95). The Nazi regime’s adoption....” Colonial Uganda As the British sphere of interest in Africa expanded, a royal charter assigned the areas of what are now Kenya and Uganda to the Imperial British East Africa Company in the late 1880s. The present state of Uganda was formed in 1894...

Reiz, Nicole Patricia

2010-06-21

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The White City: The Lord of the Rings as an Early Medieval Myth of the Restoration of the Roman Empire  

Microsoft Academic Search

Pippin gazed in growing wonder at the great stone city, vaster and more splendid than anything that he had dreamed of; greater and stronger than Isengard, and far more beautiful. Yet it was in truth falling year by year into decay; and already it lacked half the men that could have dwelt at ease there. In every street they passed

Judy Ann Ford

2005-01-01

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Higher Education Report of the Committee Appointed by the Prime Minister under the Chairmanship of Lord Robbins, 1961-63.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Based on results of inquiry throughout Great Britain and in several other nations, this report describes and evaluates the British system of higher education. Its present structure (including full-time and part-time study, overseas students, women's education, and entrance qualifications) is outlined, and comparisons are made with the United…

British Committee on Higher Education, London (England).

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77 FR 2606 - Unblocking of Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons Pursuant to Executive Order 12978  

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...Bogota, Colombia; c/o CONFECCIONES LORD S.A., Barranquilla, Atlantico, Colombia...Atlantico, Colombia; c/o CONFECCIONES LORD S.A., Barranquilla, Atlantico, Colombia...Atlantico, Colombia; c/o CONFECCIONES LORD S.A., Barranquilla, Atlantico,...

2012-01-18

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76 FR 25726 - Notice of Applications for Deregistration Under Section 8(f) of the Investment Company Act of 1940  

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...Bellevue Parkway, Wilmington, DE 19809. Lord Abbett Municipal Income Trust [File No...2010, applicant transferred its assets to Lord Abbett Municipal Income Fund, Inc...connection with the reorganization were paid by Lord, Abbett & Co. LLC, applicant's...

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76 FR 70790 - Self-Regulatory Organizations; NYSE Amex LLC; Notice and Order Granting Accelerated Approval to...  

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...Murphy, Secretary, Commission, from Locke Lord LLP dated October 17, 2011 (``Locke Lord Letter''); Letter to Elizabeth M. Murphy...submitted on the NYSE Amex proposal. See Locke Lord Letter; New York Global Group Letter; and...

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76 FR 70795 - Self-Regulatory Organizations; New York Stock Exchange LLC; Notice and Order Granting Accelerated...  

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...Murphy, Secretary, Commission, from Locke Lord LLP dated October 17, 2011 (``Locke Lord Letter''); Letter to Elizabeth M. Murphy...See Feldman Letter; WestPark Letter; Locke Lord Letter; New York Global Group Letter; and...

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Fire history of a prairie/forest boundary: more than 250 years of frequent fire in a North American tallgrass  

E-print Network

tallgrass prairie Matthew S. Allen & Michael W. Palmer Keywords Cross Timbers; Dendrochronology; Fire, matthew.allen@okstate.edu) & Palmer, M.W. (mike.palmer@okstate.edu): Department of Botany, 104 Life

Palmer, Michael W.

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UAF Staff Longevity Awards Thursday, May 19, 2011  

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Experiment Station, Palmer Stanley Schwafel, Procurement & Purchasing 25 Years of Service Michael Abels, Agricultural & Forestry Experiment Station, Palmer Virginia Bedford, Arctic Region Supercomputing Center, Facilities Services, Utilities James Ericksen, Agricultural & Forestry Experiment Station, Palmer #12;Sharon

Wagner, Diane

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Investigation of the utility of the vegetation condition index (VCI) as an indicator of drought  

E-print Network

The relationship between the satellite-based Vegetation Condition Index (VCI) and frequently used agricultural drought indices like Palmer Drought Severity Index, Palmer’s Z-index, Standard Precipitation Index, percent normal and deciles...

Ganesh, Srinivasan

2009-05-15

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Size dependence of nanoparticle dissolution in a matrix: Gold in bismuth P. Swaminathan, S. Sivaramakrishnan, J. S. Palmer, and J. H. Weaver  

E-print Network

the energetics of this process. We also examined the phase transformations using nano- beam electron diffraction to minimize their free energy. Using in situ transmission electron microscopy, we measured the rate followed the structural changes in the system by high-resolution electron microscopy and nanobeam

Weaver, John H.

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Human Development and Family Studies 2330 Palmer Building, Ames, IA 50011 hdfsweb@iastate.edu 515.294.6316 hdfs.hs.iastate.edu  

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Education B.S. in Family and Consumer Sciences Education and Studies B.S. in Financial Counseling Sciences (non-thesis) with focus areas in Financial Counseling and Planning (web-based), Youth Development and Planning Minors in Child, Adult, and Family Services; Family and Consumer Sciences Education and Studies

Hu, Hui

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Intergrated palmer amaranth management in glufosinate-resistant cotton: I. Soil-inversion, high-residue cover crops and herbicide regimes  

Technology Transfer Automated Retrieval System (TEKTRAN)

Amaranthus control in cotton can be difficult with the loss of glyphosate efficacy, especially in conservation tillage cropping systems. Research was conduction from 2006 to 2008 at EV Smith Research Center, Shorter, Alabama, to determine the level of glyphosate susceptible amaranthus control provi...

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Minutes-Provost Employee Communication Council Meeting July 14, 2004 Present: Jo Ann Addison, Linda Hunt, Melody Palmer, Brenda Ayres, Sarah Seat,  

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, the Development Office about the new Capital Campaign, the Employee Wellness Program, the Internship Program whichMinutes- Provost Employee Communication Council Meeting ­ July 14, 2004 Present: Jo Ann Addison employees and submitted in advance to speakers. The only consideration would be space limitations. The next

Whittle, Mark

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Backscattering enhancement for Marshall-Palmer distributed rains for a W-band nadir-pointing radar with a finite beam width  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

In this paper, we expand the previous theory to be applied to a generic drop size distribution with spheroidal raindrops including spherical raindrops. Results will be used to discuss the multiple scattering effects on the backscatter measurements acquired by a W-band nadir-pointing radar.

Kobayashi, Satoru; Tanelli, Simone; Im, Eastwood; Oguchi, Tomohiro

2005-01-01

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Structured epitaxial graphene: growth and properties Yike Hu1, Ming Ruan1, Zelei Guo1, Rui Dong1, James Palmer1, John Hankinson1,  

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silicon as an electronic material. However, to date, it actually has. Currently demonstrated viable graphene devices are essentially limited to micron size ultrahigh frequency analog field effect transistors and quantum Hall effect

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

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Provost Level Employee Communication Council meeting March 10, 2004 Present: Brian Bader, Doug Moseley, Suellen Hill, Linda Hunt, Melody Palmer, Sarah Seat, Faye  

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arts personnel will move to swing space in temporary buildings near the Curry School. The Architecture. Hughes passed out copies of a handout with color highlights of the latest architectural master plan Landscape Architect, discussed architectural projects on grounds. The UVA Office of the Architect website

Whittle, Mark

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AKIE YOSHINO AND YOICHI IITAKA 67 thermal vibrations of the iodine atoms were also ob-  

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PETER MAIN AND MICHAEL G. ROSSMANN Department of Biological Sciences, Purdue University, Lafayette & Jeffery, 1964; Prothero & Ross- mann, 1964; Dodsen, Harding, Hodgkin & Rossmann, 1966; Palmer, Palmer

Rossmann, Michael G.

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The Lipid lowering and Onset of Renal Disease (LORD) Trial: A randomized double blind placebo controlled trial assessing the effect of atorvastatin on the progression of kidney disease  

Microsoft Academic Search

BACKGROUND: There is evidence that dyslipidemia is associated with chronic kidney disease (CKD). Experimental studies have established that lipids are damaging to the kidney and animal intervention studies show statins attenuate this damage. Small clinical trials, meta-analyses, observational studies and post-hoc analyses of cardiovascular intervention studies all support the concept that statins can reduce kidney damage in humans. Based on

Robert G Fassett; Madeleine J Ball; Iain K Robertson; Dominic P Geraghty; Jeff S Coombes

2008-01-01

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2. Alfred Lord Tennyson, selected poems (eg.: 'Mariana', 'The Lady of Shallott', 'The Lotus Eaters', 'Ulysses', In Memoriam, Maud, 'Tithonus', 'Tiresias') (OUP edition of The Major Works)  

Microsoft Academic Search

Duchess', 'Love Among the Ruins', 'Evelyn Hope', 'Fra Lippo Lippi', 'Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came', 'Bishop Blougram's Apology', 'Andrea del Sarto', 'The Last Ride Together', 'Two in the Campagna') (Oxford Authors edition) 5. George Eliot, Middlemarch (Oxford World's Classics) 6. Thomas Hardy, selected poems (eg.: 'Hap', 'Neutral Tones', 'She to Him', 'Postponement', 'A Broken Appointment', 'The Darkling Thrush',

Robert Browning

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Review of Indian Water in the New West by Thomas R. McGuire, William B. Lord, and Mary G. Wallace  

Microsoft Academic Search

This collection of essays on Indian water rights results from a symposium, Indian Water Rights and Water Resources Management, sponsored by the American Water Resources Association and the Northern Lights Research and Education Institute. Held at Missoula, Montana in June, 1989, the symposium was co-sponsored by a number of federal and state agencies and universities. Included among participants were lawyers,

Otis W. Templer

1995-01-01

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A review of "Lords of Wine & Oile: Community & Conviviality in the Poetry of Robert Herrick" edited by Ruth Connolly and Tom Cain  

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and contemporary socio-literary circles. Ghostly classical allusion in Her- rick?s poetics is the focus of the next two chapters by Stella Achilleos and Syrithe Pugh, respectively. Achilleos concentrates on the poet?s close literary a#27; nity with the Greek...

Collins, Siobhán

2012-01-01

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1 Plead thou my cause O Lord with | them that | strive with me : and fight | thou a gainst | them that | fight against me.  

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· for | good : to the | great dis | comfort · of my | soul. 13 Nevertheless when they were sick I put not. 16 With the flatterers were | busy | mockers : who | gnashed upon · me | with their | teeth. 17

Lasenby, Joan

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Letter to our dear students from the President of the University "Call them to the path of your Lord with wisdom and words of good advice; and reason  

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the genuine face of the Palestinian people, calling for peace against the extremism and violence to which we against hatred, against violence, against extremism, and also a message to make use of reason in every way not have been the enduring Palestinian catastrophe. As occurred recently, these opportunists are quick

Snider, Barry B.

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On Attempting to Do What Lord Said Was Impossible: Commentary on van der Linden's "Some Conceptual Issues in Observed-Score Equating"  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

van der Linden (this issue) uses words differently than Holland and Dorans. This difference in language usage is a source of some confusion in van der Linden's critique of what he calls equipercentile equating. I address these differences in language. van der Linden maintains that there are only two requirements for score equating. I maintain…

Dorans, Neil J.

2013-01-01

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Commit your works to the Lord, and your thoughts shall be established (Prov. 16:3). Inter-stable control systems  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Algebraic structures are discussed for control systems that maintain stability in the presence of resonance uncertainties. Dual algebraic operations serve as elementary connections that propagate the stability of inter-stable subsystems. Frequency responses within complex half-planes define different types of inter-stability. Dominance between incompatible types is discussed. Inter-stability produces sufficient but unnecessary stability conditions, except for conservative systems where the conditions become also necessary. Multivariable systems, colocation of actuator and sensor, and virtual colocation are treated. Instead of passivity, inter-stability relates stability to the mapping of poles and zeros by transfer functions and transfer matrices. Inter-stability determines stability on the subsystem level, is less complex even for multivariable systems, adds design flexibility, and relaxes the dynamic data problem of large systems such as space stations.

Vonpragenau, George L.

1987-01-01

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"The Lord Will Provide": The History and Role of Episcopalian Christianity in Nets'aii Gwich'in Social Development--Arctic Village, Alaska  

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penetrated the most distant native communities in the territory, home to the Gwich'in Athabascans of the northeast region. The Gwich'in tribes, comprised of nomadic hunters and gatherers who relied primarily upon caribou, moose, fish, and berries...'in, Raven played an especially significant role, believed to have created the world, the sun, the moon, and women. Men, on the other hand, were believed to have always existed. Not surprisingly, the Gwich'in also had a particular affinity with the caribou...

Dinero, Steven C.

2003-03-01

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Lord of Your Domain, but Master of None: The Need to Harmonize and Recalibrate the Domain Name Regime of Ownership and Control  

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The world has seen three waves of property. The first hark back centuries and relate to real and personal property' such as land and chattel, also known as immovable and movable property. The second gained recognition around the nineteenth century and relates to propertization of the labours of the mind' or intellectual property'. The third wave came within a much

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Lord of Your Domain, but Master of None: The Need to Harmonize and Recalibrate the Domain Name Regime of Ownership and Control  

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The world has seen three waves of property. The first hark back centuries and relate to 'real and personal property' such as land and chattel, also known as immovable and movable property. The second gained recognition around the nineteenth century and relates to propertization of the 'labours of the mind' or 'intellectual property'. The third wave came within a much

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Lord of Your Domain, But Master of None: The Need to Harmonize and Recalibrate the Domain Name Regime of Ownership and Control  

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The world has seen three waves of property. The first hark back centuries and relate to ‘real and personal property’ such as land and chattel, also known as immovable and movable property. The second gained recognition around the nineteenth century and relates to propertization of the ‘labours of the mind’ or ‘intellectual property’. The third wave came within a much

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1 Hear my pray'r O Lord and con | sider my de | sire : hearken unto me for thy | truth and | righteous ness' | sake.  

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and | righteous · ness' | sake. 2 And enter not into | judgement · with thy | servant : for in | thy sight shall | and to the || Son | and · to the | Holy | Ghost; As it was in the be | ginning · is | now and ever || shall

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1 My song shall be of | mercy and | judgement : unto | thee O | Lord will I | sing. 2 $ O | let me have | under || standing | in the | way of | godliness..  

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| sight. 11 * I shall soon destroy all the ungodly that are | in the | land : that I may root out all | and · to the | Holy | Ghost; As it was in the be | ginning · is | now and ever || shall be | world with · out | end

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1 The Lord even the most | mighty God hath | spoken : and called the world from the rising up of the | sun un to the | going down there | of.  

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of · the | field are · in my | sight. 12 If I be | hungry · I will not | tell thee : for the whole | world | and to the || Son | and · to the | Holy | Ghost; As it was in the be | ginning · is | now and ever || shall

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Semi-Annual Report Page 2Utah Commission on Aging 2012-2013 Semi-Annual Report  

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Burton Utah Association of Counties Michael Cupello Public Safety Sector Palmer DePaulis Executive Palmer Peterson, Ed.D. Executive Director Anne Palmer Peterson, Ed.D. #12;Page 3Utah Commission on Aging Coordinator Anne Palmer Peterson, Ed.D., serves as the Executive Director of the Utah Commission on Aging. She

Tipple, Brett

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Long-term directional changes in upland Quercus forests throughout Oklahoma, USA  

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Santis, Stephen W. Hallgren, Thomas B. Lynch, Jesse A. Burton & Michael W. Palmer Abstract Questions: (1) How have Palmer Drought Severity Index. Introduction Anthropogenic changes in disturbance regimes have altered Agricultural Hall, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK 74078, USA. Palmer, M. W. (mike.palmer

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More than imagination needed : Asquith's government and the Dardanelles Campaign  

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to the actions of Lord Kitchener and Lord Fisher, the government's senior military and naval advisors. Their actions created much of the confusion and delay that beset the campaign and contributed greatly to the eventual defeat. Winston Churchill, instead...

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77 FR 43117 - Meeting of the Cold War Advisory Committee for the Cold War Theme Study  

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...request to address the Committee, contact Dr. Alexandra M. Lord, Branch Chief, National Historic Landmarks Committee, National...Washington, DC 20005, telephone 202-354-6906, email alexandra_lord@nps.gov. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Due to the...

2012-07-23

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75 FR 12726 - Certain Frozen Fish Fillets from the Socialist Republic of Vietnam: Final Results of the...  

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...March 10, 2010); and Memorandum to the File from Tim Lord, Case Analyst, through Alex Villanueva, Program Manager...Barrientos (Vinh Hoan), Alexis Polovina (SAMEFICO), and Tim Lord (Cadovimex II) Office 9, AD/CVD Operations, Import...

2010-03-17

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Monsoons: Processes, predictability, and the prospects for P. J. Webster1, V. O. Magana2, T. N. Palmer3, J. Shukla4, R. A. Tomas1, M. Yanai5, and T. Yasunari6  

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the Atlantic Ocean. The upper tropospheric flow pattern during summer identifies clearly the thermal contrast will be described. 2.1. The Annual Cycle of the Monsoon In Figure 6a the horizontal distribution of the 200

Webster, Peter J.

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A Structured Text ADT for Object-Relational Databases L.J. Brown, M.P. Consens, I.J. Davis, C.R. Palmer, and F.W. Tompa  

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data type for structured text. 1. Introduction The application of database technology is essential to the operation of conventional business enterprise, and it is becoming increasingly important in the development of distributed information systems. However, most database technology, and in particular relational database

Waterloo, University of

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Mulder, B.S.; Noon, B.R.; Spies, T.A.; Raphael, M.G.; Palmer, C.J.; Olsen, A.R.; Reeves, G.H.; and Welsh, H.H.  

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, Portland, OR Watershed Health Steve Lanigan - USDA Forest Service, Portland, OR Social and Economic Change.H.; and Welsh, H.H. 1999. The strategy and design of the effectiveness monitoring plan for the Northwest Forest Plan. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-437. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service

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Mary's Hymn PETER BIRD Adagio q = 70  

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Lauridsen SOPRANO ALTO TENOR BASS My soul dothmag ni- fy- the Lord, and my spi rit- hath re joic- ed- in God my My soul doth mag ni- fy- the Lord, and my spi rit- hath re joic- ed- My soul doth mag ni- fy- the Lord, and my spi rit- My soul doth mag ni- fy- the Lord, 7 S. A. T. B. Sav iour.- For He hath re gard

Bird, Peter

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The Socialization and Acquisition of Emotional Meanings, with Special Reference to Language: A Reply to Saarni.  

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This discussion is a response to the Saarni commentary (Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, October 1987) on the Miller and Sperry report (Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, January 1987) on the socialization of anger and aggression. (PCB)

Miller, Peggy J.; Sperry, Linda L.

1988-01-01

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77 FR 19191 - Steel Wire Garment Hangers From the People's Republic of China: Amended Final Results of the...  

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...2012. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Bob Palmer, AD/CVD Operations...482-0968. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Background On March...James C. Doyle, from Bob Palmer, regarding...adjustment when the information is available and...

2012-03-30

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-Seed dispersal by Bison bison in a tallgrass prairie -769 Journal of Vegetation Science 19: 769-778, 2008  

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Rosas, Claudia A.1,2; Engle, David M.3, Shaw, James H.4 & Palmer, Michael W.5* 1Department of Zoology; *Corresponding author; E-mail mike.palmer@okstate.edu Introduction Zoochory, dispersal by animals, is potentially

Palmer, Michael W.

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77 FR 76916 - Final Flood Elevation Determinations  

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...Tributary C.............. At the Palmer Branch +855 City of Douglasville, confluence...of Austell, City of downstream of the Palmer Douglasville, Branch confluence. Unincorporated...466 Town of Patterson. Michael...

2012-12-31

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166 PHYTOPATHOLOGY Molecular Characterization, Ecology, and Epidemiology  

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, Vijay Muthukumar, Bruce A. Roe, Marilyn Roossinck, Ulrich Melcher, Michael W. Palmer, and Richard S, A., Wiley, G., Muthukumar, V., Roe, B. A., Roossinck, M., Melcher, U., Palmer, M. W., and Nelson, R

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CoNLL-2011 Shared Task Fifteenth Conference on  

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of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Martha Palmer University of Colorado, Boulder Lance Ramshaw BBN Technologies`ecnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, Catalunya Michael Strube Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies Ramshaw, Mitchell Marcus, Martha Palmer, Ralph Weischedel and Nian- wen Xue

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Megan Hohenstein Congratulations 2013-2014 Graduates!  

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, Computer Science Dr. Marc Becker, History Dr. Joseph Benevento, English and Linguistics Dr. Michael Bird Olson, Economics Dr. Brent Orton, English and Linguistics Dr. Sherri Palmer, Psychology Dr. Terry Palmer

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THE WEEKEND WEST CLASSIFIEDS FEBRUARY 1-2, 2014 91 To advertise in this feature or  

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more information, contact your agency representative or: CHERYL PALMER P: 9482 3831 E: cheryl.palmer," Michael Page Australia director Nic Chambers said. "It can certainly be a lucrative career option from

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Ocean Dynamics (2011) 61:14211439 DOI 10.1007/s10236-011-0431-6  

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oceanography of Liverpool Bay Jeffrey A. Polton · Matthew Robert Palmer · Michael John Howarth Received: 2) · M. R. Palmer · M. J. Howarth National Oceanography Centre, 6 Brownlow St., Liverpool, L3 5DA, UK e

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Ecology, 87(12), 2006, pp. 32093213 2006 by the Ecological Society of America  

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Qian,2 Peter S. White,1 and Michael W. Palmer3 Few biogeographic patterns have been as well documented not themselves collected with the aim of providing complete floristic lists of counties (see Palmer 1995). Thus

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Diversity 2010, 2, 550-560; doi:10.3390/d2040550 ISSN 1424-2818  

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in a Neutral Model Daniel J. McGlinn 1, * and Michael W. Palmer 2 1 Department of Biology, University of North 74078, USA; E-Mail: mike.palmer@okstate.edu * Author to whom correspondence should be addressed; E

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Reference: Bin! Bull. 169: 638--651. (December. 1985) GENETIC BASIS OF SHELL VARIATION IN THAIS EiJARGINATA  

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of banded individuals in field populations increased with increasing wave exposure; however, the adaptive gastropods (Palmer. I 984a). and it is an important predator of barnacles and mussels (Palmer 1983. 1984b

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Author's personal copy Short communication  

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inferred from Lord Kelvin's atmospheric electricity measurements Karen L. Aplin* Department of Physics Keywords: Black carbon Smoke proxy Lord Kelvin Historical pollution Aerosol Atmospheric electricity a b s t r a c t Lord Kelvin (William Thomson) made careful, calibrated measurements of the atmospheric

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The General Convocation This list is based on information available in August 2008  

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, Renfrew and Inverclyde the Districts of Stirling and Falkirk The Rt Hon The Lord Provost of Glasgow Mr Robert Winter Gilbert K Cox, MBE, JP Guy W N H Clark Esq, FSI, JP #12;(b) Mr James A Taylor The Sheriff) The Rt Hon The Lord Provost of Glasgow Mr Robert Winter The Lord Provost of the City of Glasgow Council

Mottram, Nigel

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75 FR 62692 - Dairy Import Licensing Program  

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...comments concerning this proposed rule to Ron Lord, Branch Chief, Sugar and Dairy Branch...Washington, DC 20250-1021; e-mail Ronald.Lord@fas.usda.gov; telephone (202...FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Ron Lord, Branch Chief, Sugar and Dairy...

2010-10-13

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75 FR 34425 - Certain Steel Nails from the People's Republic of China: Final Results of the First New Shipper...  

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...results. See Memorandum to the File from Tim Lord, Case Analyst, through Alex Villanueva...FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Tim Lord, AD/CVD Operations, Office 9, Import...CVD Operations, Office 9, from Tim Lord, Case Analyst, AD/CVD...

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JOURNALOF GEOPRYSICALRESEARCH, VOL. 87, NO. B6, PAGES 4697-4714, JUNE 10, 1982 UNCERTAINTIES IN THE RELATIVE POSITIONS OF THE AUSTRALIA, ANTARCTICA,  

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IN THE RELATIVE POSITIONS OF THE AUSTRALIA, ANTARCTICA, LORD HOWE, AND PACIFIC PLATES SINCE THE LATE CRETACEOUS plates, between Australia and Antarctica, and between the Lord Howe Rise and Australia. We combined, Antarctica, and Lord Howe plates since the Late Cretaceous. If the Pacific-Australia plate boundary has had

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Doug Parker Invitational College 125 Sam Shames (MIT)  

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Williams) _ Bye Michael Sugermeyer (Rhode Island Co) M. Sugermeyer M. Sugermeyer TF 16-0 Brett Reed. Murray 1ST Bye _ Bye 74 Daniel Palmer (Bridgewater Sta) D. Palmer Pin 1:25 J. Murray Bye _ Bye Dean-0 _ Bye _Bye T. Casper MFF TF 16-0 D. Palmer D. Palmer 74 Bye _ _ ByeBye _ Bye _ J. Murray Maj 12-3 Bye

Royer, Dana

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Revisiting the parameterization of potential evaporation as a driver of long-term water balance trends  

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trends Michael T. Hobbins,1 Aiguo Dai,2 Michael L. Roderick,1 and Graham D. Farquhar1 Received 4 March, evaporative flux and runoff simulated by the water balance model underlying the Palmer Drought Severity Index is the water balance model underlying calculations of the Palmer Drought Severity Index (PDSI) [Palmer, 1965

Dai, Aiguo

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D E S I G N G U I D E L I N E S F O R Sustainable Biological Field Stations  

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University Khaled Mansy Gregory Gundersen School of Architecture Project Coordinator Michael W. Palmer Botany by Khaled Mansy, Greg Gundersen, and Michael W. Palmer. Published by the Oklahoma Academy of Sciences to the effort leading to the completion of this publication. These individuals include Professor Michael Palmer

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CASTANEAThe Journal of the Southern Appalachian Botanical Society Biodiversity Data in the Information Age: Do  

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in the Information Age: Do 21st Century Floras Make the Grade? Michael W. Palmer* and J. Channing Richardson in the Information Age: Do 21st Century Floras Make the Grade? Michael W. Palmer* and J. Channing Richardson. To date, we know of at least 3,200 published floras from the continent (Palmer 2011 and unpubl. data

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Docktool: A Dynamically Interactive Raster Graphics Visualization for  

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: Dr.I Michael Cory / /,iL_(. Reader: Dr: Henry Fuchs ' #12;©1987 Thomas Cheek Palmer ALL RIGHTS TR87-013 1987 Thomas Cheek Palmer The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Department for the Molecular Docking Problem by Thomas Cheek Palmer A Thesis submitted to the faculty of The University

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-Distance decay in an old-growth neotropical forest -161 Journal of Vegetation Science 16: 161-166, 2005  

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al. 1999). Distance decay in an old-growth neotropical forest Palmer, Michael W. Botany Department; Bartha 1990; Maurer 1994; Palmer & White 1994; Nekola & White 1999; Miller et al. 2002), including (Cliff & Ord 1981; Palmer 1988; Dale et al. 1991; Borcard et al. 1992; Harms et al. 2001), it plays

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//FS2/CUP/3-PAGINATION/SOR/2-PROOFS/3B2/0521876025C02.3D 15 [1531] 12.1.2007 5:04PM C H A P T E R T W O  

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T W O Species­area curves and the geometry of nature MICHAEL W. PALMER Oklahoma State University in the environment (Palmer, 1992, 1994; Rosenzweig, 1995; Kerr & Packer, 1997; Burnett et al., 1998; Fraser, 1998 (Journel & Huijbregts, 1978; Burrough, 1981; Palmer, 1990; Bell et al., 1993), meaning that heterogeneity

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The Vascular Flora of the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve, Osage County, Oklahoma  

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The Vascular Flora of the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve, Osage County, Oklahoma Michael W. Palmer, environmental, and taxonomic research (Palmer et al. 2000). The purpose of this paper is to present a checklist of the preserve are in Hamil- ton (1996) and a brief description of research projects at the preserve is in Palmer

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ENVIRONMETRICS Environmetrics 2002; 13: 121137 (DOI: 10.1002/env.516)  

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for perfecting species lists Michael W. Palmer1, *,y , Peter G. Earls1 , Bruce W. Hoagland2 , Peter S. White3 Wiley & Sons, Ltd. *Correspondence to: Michael Palmer, Department of Botany, Oklahoma State University in Kieran, 1957) Biodiversity is widely recognized as important, both for its scienti®c study (Palmer, 1994

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A TRIBUTE TO FOGELMAN COLLEGE'S MOST INFLUENTIAL SUPPORTERS Investorsin xcellence  

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Michael sPecial contribUtor for cover story Neal Palmer 3 Dean's Message 4 Inspiration for Generations. This group of honorees was selected by an unbiased researcher, Dr. Neal Palmer, who was hired as an outside consultant to perform research and identify the college's most influential supporters. Dr. Palmer

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THE UNIVERSITY OF DDeeppaartrtmmeenntt ooff  

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Michael Turchin Palmer Lab Lynch Lab Stephens Lab #12;Name Advisor Lab Location Email Address Bailey@uchicago.edu Gileta, Alexander Palmer CLSC 501 agileta@uchicago.edu Gonzales, Natalia Palmer CLSC 501 ngon, Michael Stephens CLSC 417 mturchin20@uchicago.edu Urbut, Sarah Stephens CLSC 418 surbut

Das, Soma

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Edinburgh Research Explorer A quantitative assessment of uncertainties affecting estimates of  

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methyl chloroform observations James S. Wang,1 Michael B. McElroy,2 Jennifer A. Logan,2 Paul I. Palmer,3Elroy, MB, Logan, JA, Wang, Y, Megretskaia, IA, Palmer, PI & Chameides, WL 2008, 'A quantitative assessment. Citation: Wang, J. S., M. B. McElroy, J. A. Logan, P. I. Palmer, W. L. Chameides, Y. Wang, and I. A

Millar, Andrew J.

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A Bibliography of North Carolina Local Floras Michael W. Denslow,1  

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A Bibliography of North Carolina Local Floras Michael W. Denslow,1 * Michael W. Palmer,2 and Zack E. 2007, Palmer 2007). Several publications have provided botanical bibliographic infor- mation relevant analyses (Palmer 2005, Kreft et al. 2007, Qian et al. 2007), and an important reference for botanists

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From its inception over a century ago, the goal of Brigham Young University has been to offer "a new kind of education" for Zion, one based on precepts "revealed by the Lord," as Karl G. Maeser once  

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and the love of Christ, with deep respect for the divine potential in all human beings, along with frequent reason can derive useful and insightful implications. Teaching with the Holy Ghost thus involves consequences. Overriding all of these intellectual activities is the witness of the Holy Ghost that all

Olsen Jr., Dan R.

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A Comparison of Equating/Linking Using the Stocking-Lord Method and Concurrent Calibration with Mixed-Format Tests in the Non-Equivalent Groups Common-Item Design under IRT  

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There has been a steady increase in the use of mixed-format tests, that is, tests consisting of both multiple-choice items and constructed-response items in both classroom and large-scale assessments. This calls for appropriate equating methods for such tests. As Item Response Theory (IRT) has rapidly become mainstream as the theoretical basis for…

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1 Deliver me O | Lord from the evil | man : and pre | serve me from the | wicked | men. 2 Who imagine | mischief in their | hearts : and | stir up strife | all the day | long.  

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: and the | just · shall con | tinue · in thy | sight. Glory be to the | Father | and to the || Son | and · to the | Holy | Ghost; As it was in the be | ginning · is | now and ever || shall be | world with · out | end

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1 Hear my | pray'r O | Lord : and | let my | crying | come unto thee. 2 Hide not thy face from me in the | time of my | trouble : incline thine ear unto me when I  

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| tinue : and their | seed shall · stand | fast in · thy | sight. Glory be to the | Father | and to the || Son | and · to the | Holy | Ghost; As it was in the be | ginning · is | now and ever || shall

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1 Put me not to rebuke O | Lord in thine | anger : neither | chasten me in thy | heavy dis | 2 For thine | arrows stick | fast in me : and | thy hand | presseth me | sore.  

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| strength hath | failed me : and the | sight of · mine | eyes is | gone from me. 11 My lovers and my in · the | plague : and my | heaviness · is | ever · in my | sight. 18 For I will con | fess my | wickedness | and · to the | Holy | Ghost; As it was in the be | ginning · is | now and ever || shall be | world with · out | end

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1 O sing unto the | Lord a new | song : for | he hath done | marvel lous | things. 2 With his own right hand and with his | holy | arm : hath he | gotten him | self the | victory.  

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de | clared his · sal | vation : his righteousness hath he openly | shewed in · the | sight | and to the || Son | and · to the | Holy | Ghost; As it was in the be | ginning · is | now and ever || shall

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1 O Lord God of my salvation I have | cried day and | night before thee : O let my pray'r enter into thy presence in | cline thine | ear unto my | calling.  

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of them. 8 $ I | am so | fast in || prison | that I | cannot · get | forth. 9 My sight | faileth a | way from me : and hid mine ac | quaintance | out of · my | sight. Glory be to the | Father | and to the || Son | and · to the | Holy | Ghost; As it was in the be | ginning · is | now and ever || shall

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1 Ponder my | words O | Lord : consider my | medi | tation. 2 O hearken thou unto the voice of my calling my | King and my | God : for unto | thee will  

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| evil | dwell with thee. 5 Such as be foolish shall not | stand in · thy | sight : for thou | hatest be to the | Father | and to the || Son | and · to the | Holy | Ghost; As it was in the be | ginning · is | now

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Should assisted dying be lawful?  

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Calls for a change in the law to allow strictly controlled forms of assisted dying in the UK have resurfaced following a much-publicised storyline on the subject on the TV soap opera Coronation Street and the impending debate on Lord Falconer's Assisted Dying Bill in the House of Lords. This article reviews the current stance of the law on euthanasia and assisted dying and considers Lord Falconer's attempts to reform the law through the Assisted Dying Bill. PMID:24514111

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Tom Ames Prayer, by Steve Earle appears on Steve Earle, "Train a Comin"  

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)didn't know quite how to (C)do it but he (G)looked up (D)to the (G)sky. (G)He said "You don't owe me nothin and as far as I know, Lord I don't owe nothin' to (D)you (Em)I ain't askin for a (C)miracle Lord a (G)Lord, I've had some breaks in my life as you already (D)know I've (Em)had some help from the good lord

Reiners, Peter W.

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Folia Geobotanica 38: 381389, 2003 SPECIES RICHNESS AND SOIL REACTION IN  

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LANDSCAPE Michael W. Palmer1,*) , José Ramón Arévalo2) , María del Carmen Cobo3) & Peter G. Earls1) 1 with the nature of the species pool (a problematic concept; see PALMER 2001), and may be more closely linked to the dynamics of competitive exclusion (PALMER 1994). Mid-latitudes (30°­50° N and S) are of particular interest

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Metin Ozdemir, Ph.D. Professional Experience  

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, retention, and achievement of minority students in higher education: A social transformation theory Bonding and Alcohol Use in Italian Early Adolescents: What Comes First? Merrill- Palmer quarterly; 59

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Old Dad Chiro: his thoughts, words, and deeds  

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Objective This article offers the author's opinions about some of the thoughts, words, and deeds of the profession's founder, Daniel David Palmer. Discussion Reviewing D.D. Palmer's writings is challenging because he was the discoverer and founder of a developing profession and therefore his thoughts and words were rapidly evolving. Statements made by Palmer without judicious consideration of context could easily be misunderstood. Conclusion D.D. Palmer was individualistic and enigmatic. This commentary provides a look at the whole in an attempt to reveal the character and spirit of the founder. PMID:22693470

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75 FR 44939 - Natural Bristle Paint Brushes and Brush Heads from the People's Republic of China: Final Results...  

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...EFFECTIVE DATE: July 30, 2010. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Bob Palmer or Catherine Bertrand, Import Administration...202) 482-3207, respectively. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Background The Department issued its...

2010-07-30

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Philosophy of chiropractic: lessons from the past — guidance for the future 1  

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In this paper, the argument will be made that present day “chiropractic philosophy” must be rejected as a professional obstacle. It is an unscientific relic of D.D. Palmer’s personal religious beliefs. A philosophy of chiropractic can only emerge from the application of philosophy of science to our scientific and clinical practices. This new philosophy should incorporate the general healing perspective of the ancient Coan tradition which will be described. This perspective can be made distinctively chiropractic by a synthesis with D.D. Palmer’s principle of Tone. Discussion will focus on how our philosophy can be developed to guide us into the 21st century.

Donahue, Joseph

1990-01-01

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Minutes of the Ninth Meeting of The Graduate Council 2004-2005  

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, Bill Pasewark, Becky Rickly, and Michael Stoune Ex-officio: Wendell Aycock, Duane Crawford, Cliff .................................................................................... Computer Science Laura Palmer ................................................. Technical Communication & R

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JOURNAL FOR THE STUDY OF RELIGION, NATURE AND CULTURE  

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), Clare Palmer (Washington University in St. Louis), James Proctor (Louis and Clark College), Michael von Stuckrad (Universiteit van Amsterdam), Kristina Tiedje (University of Lyon), Michael York (Bath

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Microstratigraphy, trilobite biostratinomy, and depositional environment of the "Lower Cambrian" Ruin Wash Lagersttte, Pioche Formation, Nevada  

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County, Nevada) contain nonmineralized invertebrates and exceptionally preserved, articulated olenelloid trilobites (Palmer, 1998a; Fig. 2) and other invertebrates (Lieberman, 2003). This short stratigraphic

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Lunar Eclipse Observer Home Page  

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Created by Byron W. Soulsby, an amateur research astronomer who operates the Calwell Lunar Observatory in Canberra, Australia, this site is designed for anyone with an interest in lunar eclipses, from serious researchers to the casual astronomer. Users can find numerous items of interest, including analyses of lunar eclipses in 1995-97, information on the topography of the moon, a number of animations and images of eclipses, and a collection of links to other relevant sites. In addition, the author invites amateur astronomers to submit their observations of the July 1999 partial eclipse and participate in his research on the geometry of the upper atmosphere of the Earth. An online registration form is provided for users to register.

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`For the Greater Glory of God' The CHURCH of  

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me, O Lord, to see everything now with new eyes, to discern and test the spirits that help me read at the table of the Lord. This brochure is an invitation to involve you in one or more of the many in the sense that they provide us with a variety of options for exercising our responsibilities to one another

Huang, Jianyu

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A Comparison of Procedures To Detect Item Parameter Drift.  

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Used Monte Carlo methods to compare several measures of item-parameter drift, manipulating numbers of examinees and items and numbers of drift items. Overall, Lord's chi square (F. Lord, 1968) measure was the most effective in identifying items that exhibited drift. Discusses the usefulness of other methods. (SLD)

Isham, Steven P.; Donoghue, John R.

1998-01-01

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Ragam: SANKARA BHARANAM (29TH Melakartha ragam)  

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Arohanam: S R2 G2 M1 P D2 N2 S Avarohanam: S N2 D2 P M1 G2 R2 S Pallavi: Sami nine kori chala marulu is extremely ("chala") agitated ("marulu konnadi"). Anupallavi: O son of the lord ("kumara")! Without ("jeyaka kori chala marulu konnadira O lord ("saami")! Because of her desire for you ("ninne kori

Kalyanaraman, Shivkumar

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PRECIS: An automated pipeline for producing concise reports about proteins , J.R.Reich  

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PRECIS: An automated pipeline for producing concise reports about proteins P.W.Lord , J.R.Reich , A.Mitchell ¡ , R.D.Stevens , T.K.Attwood ¡ and C.A.Goble Department of Computer Science and School of Biological Sciences ¡ University of Manchester Oxford Road Manchester M13 9PL UK p.lord

Stevens, Robert

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A D V E N TuMUSIC SELECTIONS FOR LITURGIES WITH ORGAN Advent Alleluia -Haas Missa Emmanuel Proulx Antiphon-Rise Up Jerusalem  

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AND LONE THE PROPHET'S VOICE 390 MY SOUL REJOICES (LUKE 1) BURGO REJOICE GREATLY (10AM) HANDEL MY SOUL THE KING SHALL COME 248 LORD, MAKE US TURN TO YOU (PS. 80) BURGO MY SOUL IN STILLNESS WAITS 252 SOON CHOSEN ME 488 MY SOUL REJOICES (LUKE 1) BURGO MY SOUL IN STILLNESS WAITS 252 WAIT FOR THE LORD 256 FOURTH

Huang, Jianyu

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School of Environmental Sciences Annual Report 2006  

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School of Environmental Sciences Annual Report 2006 #12;In 1960, Lord Solly Zuckerman, Chief Management Systems Club · Schools' Energy Club 1 Peyton, J. (2001). Solly Zuckerman: a Scientist Out decades, Lord Zuckerman's bold vision has been put to the test. The University of East Anglia has indeed

Watson, Andrew

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Lifelong Literacy: An Economic, Social and Moral Imperative  

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Over the past year, NIACE staff have been guided and advised by a group of 11 dynamic and well-informed commissioners, led by Lord Boswell of Aynho, in conducting an independent inquiry into the state of adult literacy in England. Lord Boswell is well equipped for this role and passionate about the issue. As well as being a former minister for…

Eldred, Jan

2011-01-01

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Relevant and Timely Learning for Busy Leaders  

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Lord Leitch was commissioned by the Chancellor in 2004 with a remit to "identify the UK's optimal skills mix in 2020 to maximise economic growth, productivity and social justice and to consider the policy implications of achieving the level of change required." In the 2006 Budget, the Chancellor asked Lord Leitch to consider how to better…

Claxton, Julia; Gold, Jeff; Edwards, Claire; Coope, Gary

2009-01-01

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77 FR 66827 - Combined Notice of Filings #1  

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...corporate filings: Docket Numbers: EC13-25-000. Applicants: Lord, Abbett & Co. LLC. Description: Request for Reauthorization...Dispose of Securities Under Section 203 of the Federal Power Act of Lord, Abbett & Co. LLC. Filed Date: 10/26/12. Accession...

2012-11-07

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75 FR 76253 - Dairy Import Licensing Program  

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...Date: January 1, 2011. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Ron Lord, Branch Chief, Sugar and Dairy Branch, Import and Trade Support...20250-1021; telephone (202) 720-6939; or e-mail at: ronald.lord@fas.usda.gov. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Executive...

2010-12-08

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76 FR 25531 - National Day of Prayer, 2011  

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...threatening phone call and prayed at the kitchen table, saying, ``Lord, I have nothing left. I have nothing left. I have come to...my hand this twenty-ninth day of April, in the year of our Lord two thousand eleven, and of the Independence of the United...

2011-05-05

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The New British Museum Law  

Microsoft Academic Search

THE new British Museum Bill which passed its third reading in the House of Lords on April 27 has become law. It is of profound importance to all research scientists in biology and geology; but it had a meteoric flight through the House of Commons and the House of Lords. Its transit was apparently unheralded in the Press: its purport

Marie C. Stopes

1955-01-01

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q J U N E q MUSIC SELECTIONS FOR MASSES WITH ORGAN  

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I will Praise you Lord (Ps. 60) Burgo Eye has not Seen 713 Lord of All Hopefulness 686 ELEVENTH this Bread 943 The Kingdom of God 720 TWELFTH SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME JUNE 23 Gather us In G 539 My Soul is Thirsting (Ps. 63) G 57 Now We Remain 764 Baptized in Water 919 THIRTEENTH SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME JUNE 31

Huang, Jianyu

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An international centre for research into accelerator science and technology  

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like Lord Rutherford and Sir James Chadwick, he is regarded as the pioneer of modern accelerator accelerators for the foreseeable future. The Institute is named after late Sir John Cockcroft FRS, who shared." Professor Sir (later Lord) Ernest Rutherford FRS, speaking at the Royal Society in 1927. It is over 100

Crowther, Paul

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Sarina Amin 1, BS, Ricardo Argueta, MD 2, Monica Olsen, CCP 2, Moui Nguyen, CCP 2, Hamish Munro, MD 1,2, and William DeCampli, MD, PhD 1,2 University of Central Florida College of Medicine 1, The Congenital Heart Institute at Arnold Palmer Hospital for Ch  

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was not statistically significant for either of these variables. This study will be expanded in the future to include the adrenergic response have been used clinically.2 Phentolamine has been used as a peripheral vasodilator.3 nearly identical trends in the control group compared to the experimental group due to the requirement

Wu, Shin-Tson

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FIVE HUNDRED YEARS OF HYDROLOGICAL DROUGHT IN THE UPPER COLORADO RIVER BASIN1  

Microsoft Academic Search

This article evaluates drought scenarios of the Upper Colorado River basin (UCRB) considering multiple drought variables for the past 500 years and positions the current drought in terms of the magnitude and frequency. Drought characteristics were developed considering water-year data of UCRB's streamflow, and basin-wide averages of the Palmer Hydrological Drought Index (PHDI) and the Palmer Z Index. Streamflow and

Janak Timilsena; Thomas C. Piechota; Hugo Hidalgo; Glenn Tootle

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Road Tripping down the Digital Preservation Highway: Part IV--Classic Rides  

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"Road Tripping Down the Digital Preservation Highway" follows the continuing adventures of Peter Palmer, erstwhile librarian at Bellaluna University and manager of the library's and University's digital content, as he journeys down the Digital Preservation Highway. Palmer's problem this month was somewhat more philosophical. As manager of the…

Colati, Jessica Branco; Colati, Gregory C.

2011-01-01

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Predictons of Treatment Outcome in Young Children with Autism: A Retrospective Study.  

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Twenty-four children (ages 27-58 months) with autism were tested on the Bayley, Merrill-Palmer, and Vineland scales. While scores on the different tests were highly correlated, actual test scores varied considerably, with the Bayley tending to produce the lowest IQ scores and the Merrill-Palmer the highest. Implications for selecting pre- and…

Gabriels, Robin L.; Hill, Dina E.; Pierce, Rebecca A.; Rogers, Sally J.

2001-01-01

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76 FR 45484 - National Oil and Hazardous Substances Pollution Contingency Plan; National Priorities List...  

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...Deletion of the Palmer Barge Line Superfund Site AGENCY: Environmental...Intent to Delete the Palmer Barge Line (PBL) Superfund Site located...gov: Follow Internet on-line instructions for submitting...Casanova, Remedial Project Manager; U.S. Environmental...

2011-07-29

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Improved quantification of Chinese carbon fluxes using CO2//CO correlations in Asian outflow  

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Parvadha Suntharalingam, Daniel J. Jacob, Paul I. Palmer, Jennifer A. Logan, Robert M. Yantosca, Yaping. J. Jacob, P. I. Palmer, J. A. Logan, R. M. Yantosca, Y. Xiao, M. J. Evans, D. G. Streets, S. L. Vay; Rayner et al., 1999], as well as O2/N2 ratios [Keeling et al., 1996; Manning, 2001; Bender et al., 1996

Palmer, Paul

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UNIVERSITY of CALIFORNIA OPTIMAL CONTROL OF A TAEKWONDO KICK  

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UNIVERSITY of CALIFORNIA SANTA CRUZ OPTIMAL CONTROL OF A TAEKWONDO KICK A thesis submitted;Copyright c by Aaron Palmer 2010 #12;Abstract Optimal Control of a Taekwondo Kick by Aaron Palmer The tools of an optimal roundhouse kick in Taekwondo, the Pontryagin Maximum Principle relates the optimal control problem

Belanger, David P.

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Proc. Okla. Acad. Sci. 77:17-26(1997) The Unimodal (Species Richness-Biomass) Relationship in Microcommunities  

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in Microcommunities Emerging from Soil Seed Banks Michael W. Palmer Department of Botany, Oklahoma State University a number of differ- #12;18 M.W. PALMER and M. HUSSAIN Proc. Okla. Acad. Sci. 77:17-26(1997) ent habitats

Palmer, Michael W.

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RESEARCH ARTICLE Evidence for the Regulation of Left-Right  

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Flux Sebastian M. Shimeld1* and Michael Levin2 Vertebrate embryos develop distinct left-right asymmetry documented in arthro- pods, annelids, molluscs, vertebrates, and many other phyla (Palmer, 1996 in different phyla (for example see Palmer, 1996; Delattre and Felix, 2001; Hayashi and Murakami, 2001

Levin, Michael

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Asian emissions of CO and NOx: Constraints from aircraft and Chinese station data  

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and Michael B. McElroy Department of Earth and Planetary Science and Division of Engineering and Applied Engineering, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, China Paul I. Palmer Department of Earth. B. McElroy, T. Wang, and P. I. Palmer (2004), Asian emissions of CO and NOx: Constraints from

Palmer, Paul

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Regulated large-scale annual shutdown of Amazonian isoprene Michael P. Barkley,1  

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Regulated large-scale annual shutdown of Amazonian isoprene emissions? Michael P. Barkley,1 Paul I. Palmer,1 Isabelle De Smedt,2 Thomas Karl,3 Alex Guenther,3 and Michel Van Roozendael2 Received 2 December isoprene emissions. Citation: Barkley, M. P., P. I. Palmer, I. De Smedt, T. Karl, A. Guenther, and M. Van

Palmer, Paul

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Patterns of native and exotic vascular plant richness along an elevational gradient from sea level to the summit of the  

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State University, Boone, NC 28608 Michael W. Palmer Department of Botany, Oklahoma State University to the summit of the Appalachian Mountains, U.S.A. Michael W. Denslow1,2 Department of Biology, Appalachian DENSLOW M. W. (Department of Biology, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC 28608), M. W. PALMER

Palmer, Michael W.

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Atlantic Sturgeon Research Techniques US DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE  

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's Study Fleet pilot program and Electronic Logbook System: Phases I and II. By Michael C. Palmer, Susan E. Wigley, John J. Hoey, and Joan E. Palmer. December 2007. NTIS Access No PB2008-107374. 205. U.S. Atlantic. By Michael R. Johnson, Christopher Boelke, Louis A. Chiarella, Peter D. Colosi, Karen Greene, Kimberly Lellis

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U. S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration  

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'Farrell 1 Michael S. Mohr 2 Melodie L. Palmer-Zwahlen 3,1 Allen M. Grover THE SACRAMENTO INDEX (SI) #12 University of California, Santa Cruz 1156 High Street Santa Cruz, CA 95064 1 Michael R. O'Farrell 1 Michael S. Mohr 2 Melodie L. Palmer-Zwahlen 3,1 Allen M. Grover THE SACRAMENTO INDEX (SI) #12;The National Oceanic

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Contour Detection and Image Segmentation Michael Randolph Maire  

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Palmer Fall 2009 #12;The dissertation of Michael Randolph Maire is approved: Professor Jitendra MalikContour Detection and Image Segmentation by Michael Randolph Maire B.S. (California Institute, Chair Date Professor Trevor Darrell Date Professor Stephen Palmer Date University of California

Maire, Michael

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Feeding in anuran communities on islands in the Danube Dan Cogalniceanu1  

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Feeding in anuran communities on islands in the Danube oodplain Dan Cog�alniceanu1 , Michael W. Palmer2 , Constantin Ciubuc1 1 Bucharest University, Department of Ecology, Splaiul Independentei 91° Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2000 Amphibia-Reptilia 22: 1-19 #12;2 D. Cog�alniceanu, M.W. Palmer, C. Ciubuc

Palmer, Michael W.

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RESEARCH ARTICLE 10.1002/2014GC005402  

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, Peter J. Talling2, Martin Jutzeler2, Michael Cassidy3, Isabelle Marchant3, Martin R. Palmer3, Sebastian chronology offshore of south and south west Montserrat, Lesser Antilles Deborah Wall-Palmer1, Maya Coussens2 Kataoka17, Sara Lafuerza18, Fukashi Maeno19, Michael Manga20, Michael Martinez-Colon21, Molly McCanta22

Manga, Michael

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Results Results Measuring the Timecourse of Guidance in Visual SearchMeasuring the Timecourse of Guidance in Visual Search  

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Measuring the Timecourse of Guidance in Visual Search Evan Palmer1,2 , Michael Van Wert1 , Todd Horowitz1,2 , and Jeremy Wolfe1,2 Evan Palmer1,2 , Michael Van Wert1 , Todd Horowitz1,2 , and Jeremy Wolfe1,2 2 Harvard Medical

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A quantitative assessment of uncertainties affecting estimates of global mean OH derived from methyl chloroform observations  

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methyl chloroform observations James S. Wang,1 Michael B. McElroy,2 Jennifer A. Logan,2 Paul I. Palmer,3. Citation: Wang, J. S., M. B. McElroy, J. A. Logan, P. I. Palmer, W. L. Chameides, Y. Wang, and I. A

Palmer, Paul

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Special Feature 145 Journal of Vegetation Science 10: 145-230, 1999  

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. Printed in Sweden SPECIAL FEATURE Mechanistic explanations of community structure Editors Michael W. Palmer, Deborah E. Goldberg, Tomás Herben, Marcel Rejmánek & Jan Leps Contents Leps, J., Goldberg, D.E., Herben, T. & Palmer, M. -- Mechanistic explanations of community structure: Introduction Stampfli, A

Palmer, Michael W.

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PLEASE SCROLL DOWN FOR ARTICLE This article was downloaded by: [University of Chicago  

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. Bryant,2 Nanci N. Zhang,1 Greta Sokoloff,2 Michael S. Fanselow,3 Helena S. Ennes,1 Abraham A. Palmer,2 Camron D. Bryant a ; Nanci N. Zhang b ; Greta Sokoloff a ; Michael S. Fanselow c ; Helena S. Ennes b ; Abraham A. Palmer ad ; James A. McRoberts b a Department of Human Genetics, University of Chicago, Chicago

Gilad, Yoav

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Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry Faculty Office Hours Spring 2014  

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@sfsu.edu TH 811B 81292 on sabbatical Palmer, Pete (Advisor) palmer@sfsu.edu TH 730 87717 M, 9-11am; T, 10-11am@sfsu.edu M,W, 5-6pm Runquist, Elizabeth earun@sfsu.edu TH 728 by appt. Small, Michael msmall@sfsu.edu HH 222

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Biomass burning emission estimates inferred from1 satellite column measurements of HCHO: sensitivity2  

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: sensitivity2 to co-emitted aerosol and injection height3 Siegfried Gonzi, 1 Paul I. Palmer, 1 Michael P, School of GeoSciences, West Mains Road, EH9 3JN, Scotland, UK. (sgonzi@staffmail.ed.ac.uk) Paul I. Palmer, University of Edinburgh, School of GeoSciences, West Mains Road, EH9 3JN, Scotland, UK. Michael P. Barkley

Palmer, Paul

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Semiconductors  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This page, created by Dr. Derek W. Palmer, discusses the use of semiconductors. The site addresses such issues as: crystal structures; diamond, silicon and germanium structures, it also includes the properties of different semiconductors. Available are an index, text books, research books, data books and journals. Palmer provides a great deal of information within this simple, and easily understood, web page.

Palmer, Derek W.

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NOAA/WEST COAST AND ALASKA TSUNAMI WARNING CENTER ATLANTIC OCEAN RESPONSE CRITERIA  

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NOAA/WEST COAST AND ALASKA TSUNAMI WARNING CENTER ATLANTIC OCEAN RESPONSE CRITERIA Paul Whitmore - NOAA/West Coast/Alaska Tsunami Warning Center - Palmer, Alaska Uri ten Brink ­ United States Geological/West Coast/Alaska Tsunami Warning Center - Palmer, Alaska William Sammler ­ NOAA/National Weather Service

ten Brink, Uri S.

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Aphids (Homoptera: Aphididae) associated with rhubarb (Rheum spp.) in the Matanuska Valley, Alaska: species composition, seasonal abundance, and potential virus vectors  

Technology Transfer Automated Retrieval System (TEKTRAN)

Rheum spp (rhubarb) is one of the priority crop species curated at the USDA Agricultural Research Service (ARS), Subarctic Agricultural Research Unit (SARU) in Palmer, Alaska. The Palmer site acts as the primary rhubarb repository for the USDA, ARS, National Plant Germplasm System (NPGS). The SARU r...

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APHIDS AND LEAFHOPPERS ASSOCIATED WITH POTATOES IN ALASKA.  

Technology Transfer Automated Retrieval System (TEKTRAN)

Insects were surveyed in commercial and experimental potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) fields in agricultural regions of Alaska during 2004 (Fairbanks, Delta Junction, and Palmer) and 2005 (Fairbanks, Delta Junction, Nenana, and Palmer). Aphids and leafhoppers were collected weekly from June to Septembe...

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Evaluation and application of the SPDI-JDI for droughts in Texas, USA  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The lack of a system/model for integration of drought-related information has been an important obstacle in efforts for accurate and reliable drought monitoring and prediction. This study proposes an integrated multivariate standardized drought index (i.e. standardized Palmer drought index-based joint drought index, SPDI-JDI), where the Palmer scheme/model is accepted as a multivariate multi-index conceptual framework that integrates multiple drought-related indicators for characterizing drought. Using the meteorological data of ten climate divisions from Texas, the computed SPDI-JDI index is first compared to various ground observations (e.g. streamflow, lake/reservoir water level, soil moisture content and groundwater level) for the reflection of drought/wetness conditions. Moreover, the SPDI-JDI is also evaluated against Palmer drought indices and US Drought Monitor for drought detection. Results indicate that the SPDI-JDI is in good/acceptable agreements with surface and subsurface water anomalies and performs well with respect to the integrated use of Palmer drought severity index, Palmer modified drought index, Palmer hydrologic drought index and Palmer Z index as well as to the US Drought Monitor observations. Potential implications are that the SPDI-JDI allows for insights into different impacts of drought and leads to high probability of drought detection versus multi-source drought information, implying attractive properties originating from its physically inclusive and multivariate joint probabilistic combined nature.

Ma, Mingwei; Ren, Liliang; Singh, Vijay P.; Tu, Xinjun; Jiang, Shanhu; Liu, Yi

2015-02-01

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Lunar space missions for ultrahigh-energy cosmic rays and neutrinos observation  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Two stages of exploring the lunar surface as a target for the interaction of ultrahigh-energy cosmic rays and neutrinos are discussed. The first step is connected with the Lunar Orbital Radio Detector (LORD) experiment in the space mission Luna-Glob, scheduled for the near future. The current status of the LORD instrument development is represented. The aperture of the lunar orbital radio detector exceeds all existing ground-based detector arrays. Successful completion of the LORD experiment will permit to consider the second step of the program namely multi-satellite lunar systems to increase the statistics and the accuracy of the experiment.

Gusev, G. A.; Chechin, V. A.; Ryabov, V. A.

2013-05-01

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'The standards of a degree-based nurse are absolutely unchangeable'.  

PubMed

The existing model of pre-registration nurse training will not be fit for purpose in the future, according to the House of Lords peer commissioned to carry out a major review of nurse education. PMID:25783247

Kleebauer, Alistair

2015-03-18

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Mobile Robotics Chapter 12002 - Pedro Lima, M. Isabel Ribeiro INTRODUCTION MOBILE ROBOTICS  

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Historical Evolution Anubis - Ancient Egyptian god of the dead, represented as a jackal or as a man with the head of a jackal. In the Early Dynastic period and the Old Kingdom he was preeminent as lord

Ribeiro,Isabel

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Nonlinear Dynamics, Psychology, and Life Sciences, Vol. 15, No. 1, pp. 129-136. 2011 Society for Chaos Theory in Psychology & Life Sciences.  

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@uoregon.edu 129 #12;130 NDPLS, 15(1), Taylor to celebrate the essence of artistic composition. All problem" (Weaire, 1997). This label derives from the physicist Lord Kelvin, who was the first to focus

Taylor, Richard

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Contrasting response to Pleistocene climate change by ground-living and arboreal Mandarina  

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and continuing contribution of island species (e.g. Darwin's finches, Partula snails, Lord Howe Island palms.g. Darwin's finches on the Galapagos, Partula snails from the Society Islands), and provided some

Davison, Angus

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November 15, 2012 Alison North Ph.D., RU "The Confocal Strikes Back: Resonant scanners and gated detectors battle the STORM-troopers and  

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detectors battle the STORM-troopers and SIM lords for ultimate popularity in the BIRC" December 6, 2012 to Protein Crystals: Introduction and Evaluation" March 14, 2013 Connie Zhao Ph.D., RU "Genomics Resource

Papavasiliou, F. Nina

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Laws of attraction.  

PubMed

In the Shape of Caring review, published last month, review chair Lord Willis recommended that Health Education England look at 'developing and implementing Magnet principles to improve the education of the workforce and patient outcomes. PMID:25902232

Hunt, Jennifer

2015-04-22

401

Literary Reality: Rhetoricizing Literature and English Studies  

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the value of such a rhetoricized reconceptualization of literature and literary study by applying them to four American autobiographies written after 1970: Bill Clinton's My Life, James Frey's A Million Little Pieces, Audre Lorde's Zami, and Walter Dean...

Williams, Erin Ann

2011-05-31

402

Understanding the Behavior of Travelers Using Managed Lanes - A Study Using Stated Preference and Revealed Preference Data  

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to Subhasis, Bedanta, Siddharth, Hari, Thrinadh, Ravi, and Nagendra for all the fun times spent together. Last but not the least I would also acknowledge the blessings of Lord Venkateswara, my parents, Kusuma Kumari and Sree Rama Murthy Devarasetty, my...

Devarasetty, Prem Chand 1985-

2012-12-05

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UC Research Repository Report, July 2014. The UC Research Repository is an Open Access institutional repository that holds research outputs  

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Violent crime Matheson, Donald Negotiating Claims to Journalism: Webloggers' Orientation to News Genres with Western news sites BusinessandLaw Dixon, Keith A genealogy of knowledge as an accountable commodity Lord

Hickman, Mark

404

CALIFORNIA ENERGY Project Brochures  

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Edison. Karl Brown, University of California. Steve Gates, PE, Consultant. Ken Gillespie, Pacific Gas Laboratory. Henry Lau, Southern California Edison. Richard Lord, Carrier Corporation. Douglas Mahone, Heschong Mahone Group. Dr. Mark Modera, Aeroseal Inc. Andy Rhoades, Thomas Properties Group. Stephen

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INTEGRATED ENERGY SYSTEMS: PRODUCTIVITY & BUILDING SCIENCE  

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project section. Public Advisory Committee (PAC): Gregg Ander, Southern California Edison. Karl Brown, Southern California Edison. Richard Lord, Carrier Corporation. Douglas Mahone, Heschong Mahone Group. Dr. Mark Modera, Aeroseal Inc. Andy Rhoades, Thomas Properties Group. Stephen Selkowitz, Lawrence Berkeley

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CALIFORNIA ENERGY Market Connections Report  

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Edison. Karl Brown, University of California. Steve Gates, PE, Consultant. Ken Gillespie, Pacific Gas Laboratory. Henry Lau, Southern California Edison. Richard Lord, Carrier Corporation. Douglas Mahone, Heschong Mahone Group. Dr. Mark Modera, Aeroseal Inc. Andy Rhoades, Thomas Properties Group. Stephen

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El lesbianismo como monstruosidad en El cumpleaños de Alicia de Henry Díaz Vargas  

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: Body, Text, and Geography." Cultural and Historical Grounding for Hispanic and huso-Brazilian Feminist Literary Criticism. Ed. Hernán Vidal. Minneapolis: Institute for the Studies of Ideology and Literature, 1989: 223-56. Lorde, Audre. "Uses...

Muñ oz, Willy O.

2002-04-01

408

We shall be Hobbits: Learning to Succeed through Collaboration in a Game Context  

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perspective. Introduction: Concerning Hobbits In J.R.R. Tolkien's epic series of books, The Lord of the Rings be unmade. Though hobbits are the main heroes of Tolkien's adventure, they are unlike classic heroes

Guzdial, Mark

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Journeys in Non-Classical Computation A Grand Challenge for Computing Research  

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can alter our course to encounter these as appropriate. The Road goes ever on and on. ­ J. R. R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings, 1954. #12;Six classical paradigms to disbelieve before breakfast Classical

Kent, University of

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3 CFR 8790 - Proclamation 8790 of April 2, 2012. National Cancer Control Month, 2012  

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...today, we stand at a critical...screenings—at no additional...Sophisticated analysis continues to...lives among those at greatest risk...cancer, and we look ahead to a future...year of our Lord two thousand...

2013-01-01

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Uf'JTIl IT ALl.ED THe Ral", f(ilCIN'"  

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oger, Fred Unterseher, Hudson Marquez, Chip Lord, Doug Hurr, Mi chael Wright,Curtis Schre i er, Joe, Curtis Schreier, Andy Shapiro, Hudson Marquez , Doug Hurr, Doug Mich els .with he l p from: Sy l via

Roy, Deb

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North Carolina Section 319(h) NPS Program Final Report  

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Project Project Managers: Bill Hunt, Assistant Professor & Extension Specialist, N.C. State University date: 01AUG01 to 30JUN04 Report Submitted by: Bill Hunt, Bill Lord, and Dan Line Project Partners

Hunt, William F.

413

Religious Holidays 2013-2014 Obon July 13-15, 2012  

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and the four noble truths. Rohatsu (Bodhi Day) December 8, 2013 Buddhist celebration of the enlightenment Puja Day May 14, 2014 Marking of the birth, enlightenment and death (attainment of Nirvana) of Lord

Lipson, Michal

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75 FR 35831 - National Register of Historic Places; Notification of Pending Nominations and Related Actions  

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...withhold your personal identifying information from public review, we cannot guarantee that we will be able to do so. Alexandra Lord, Acting Chief, National Register of Historic Places/National Historic Landmarks Program. ARKANSAS Crittenden County...

2010-06-23

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78 FR 52784 - National Register of Historic Places; Notification of Pending Nominations and Related Actions  

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...identifying information from public review, we cannot guarantee that we will be able to do so. Dated: August 7, 2013. Alexandra Lord, Acting Chief, National Register of Historic Places/National Historic Landmarks Program. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA District...

2013-08-26

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1 CFR 19.1 - Form.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

...following-described recitation: IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this __ day of _____, in the year of our Lord _______, and of the Independence of the United States of America the _______. [37 FR 23610, Nov. 4,...

2010-01-01

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76 FR 63538 - Adjustment of Appendices to the Dairy Tariff-Rate Import Quota Licensing Regulation for the 2011...  

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...products, Imports, Reporting and recordkeeping requirements. Issued at Washington, DC, the 22nd day of September 2011. Ronald Lord, Licensing Authority. Accordingly, 7 CFR part 6 is amended as follows: PART 6--IMPORT QUOTAS AND FEES 0 1. The...

2011-10-13

418

Taught postgraduate programmes in Chemistry  

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by the RAE 2008 panel. Nobel Prize Winners · TwoGlasgowgraduates,SirWilliam Ramsay and LordTodd, have been awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Twoofourformerstaff,Frederick Soddy and SirDerekBarton, have also

Glasgow, University of

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DIVISION OF THE HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY  

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by the government. It would mean also that Tom and Henry would be welcome at Whitehall, Windsor Palace, and St instructed Attorney General Sir Robert Sawyer to prepare "a bill" authorizing about ninety Catholic lords

Bruck, Jehoshua (Shuki)

420

Valachi Vacchi Ragam: Nava-raga-malika  

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: Valachi vacchi yunna naapai, chalamu seya meraa saami Anupallavi: Cheluvudaina Sree Venkatesa Kalasi S Valachi vacchi yunna naapai, chalamu seya meraa saami O lord! I have come here ("vacchi") on account of my

Kalyanaraman, Shivkumar

421

Devotion to Jesus and Historical Investigation. A Grateful, Clarifying and Critical Response to Professor Casey   

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It is obviously very gratifying to have my recent book (Lord Jesus Christ: Devotion to Jesus in Earliest Christianity, hereafter referred to as LJC) given the attention represented in Professor Casey’s commissioned review ...

Hurtado, Larry W

2004-01-01

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Wellcome Trust SUBMISSION OF EVIDENCE Wellcome Trust response to Scientific Infrastructure inquiry  

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Wellcome Trust SUBMISSION OF EVIDENCE Wellcome Trust response to Scientific Infrastructure inquiry July 2013 1 House of Lords Science & Technology Committee: Scientific Infrastructure Response for growth: Capital Infrastructure for the 21st Century' sets out clear priorities for funding

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FPSAC 2010, San Francisco, USA DMTCS proc. (subm.), by the authors, 114 Random Walks in the Plane  

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by Karl Pearson in Nature in 1905 (Pea1905) for explicitly this two-dimensional walk under consideration. Pearson triggered answers by Lord Rayleigh (Ray1905) on the asymptotic behaviour of the probability for n

Blennerhassett, Peter

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Reading Suggestions Antoni Diller  

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Frankenstein. These in- clude reductionism, the hierarchical organisa- tion of reality, monism and the view, Frankenstein, Blade Run- ner and Lord of the Rings. Dictionaries If you are new to philosophy

Diller, Antoni

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Durmargachara Raagam: Ranjani  

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wealth and grains, symbolizing food, (I cannot bring myself ....) O Lord, worshipped by Tyagaraja, who-- vai -- - - Yun- - daga 5. ; sn d S , S S || ; nd , S , R G || Dha rmaa tmaka! -Dhana Dhaa nyamu sr gm

Kalyanaraman, Shivkumar

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46 CFR 7.150 - Canadian (BC) and United States (AK) Borders to Cape Spencer, AK.  

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... (b) A line drawn from the southeasternmost extremity of Island Point, Sitklan Island to the southernmost extremity of Garnet Point, Kanagunut Island; thence to Lord Rock Light; thence to Barren Island Light; thence to Cape Chacon Light;...

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46 CFR 7.150 - Canadian (BC) and United States (AK) Borders to Cape Spencer, AK.  

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... (b) A line drawn from the southeasternmost extremity of Island Point, Sitklan Island to the southernmost extremity of Garnet Point, Kanagunut Island; thence to Lord Rock Light; thence to Barren Island Light; thence to Cape Chacon Light;...

2014-10-01

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46 CFR 7.150 - Canadian (BC) and United States (AK) Borders to Cape Spencer, AK.  

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... (b) A line drawn from the southeasternmost extremity of Island Point, Sitklan Island to the southernmost extremity of Garnet Point, Kanagunut Island; thence to Lord Rock Light; thence to Barren Island Light; thence to Cape Chacon Light;...

2012-10-01

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46 CFR 7.150 - Canadian (BC) and United States (AK) Borders to Cape Spencer, AK.  

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... (b) A line drawn from the southeasternmost extremity of Island Point, Sitklan Island to the southernmost extremity of Garnet Point, Kanagunut Island; thence to Lord Rock Light; thence to Barren Island Light; thence to Cape Chacon Light;...

2011-10-01

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A randomized controlled trial of weight-bearing versus non-weight-bearing exercise for improving physical ability after usual care for hip fracture 1 1 No commercial party having a direct financial interest in the results of the research supporting this article has or will confer a benefit upon the author(s) or upon any organization with which the author(s) is\\/are associated  

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Sherrington C, Lord SR, Herbert RD. A randomized controlled trial of weight-bearing versus non-weight-bearing exercise for improving physical ability after usual care for hip fracture. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2004;85:710–6.

Catherine Sherrington; Stephen R Lord; Robert D Herbert

2004-01-01

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Version: September 2012 1 Key Words: list up to four AND check relevant boxes  

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(902)494-1703 Agricultural Campus - Kelly Marshall (902) 893-6603 Renovations Facilities Management-494-1462 Marjorie Sullivan 902-470-8765 Ken Jenkins 473-8426 Animal Care Leslie Lord 902-494-1270 Coordinator

Brownstone, Rob

432

Enhanced Pitch Sensitivity in Individuals with Autism: A Signal Detection Analysis  

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of individuals with autism, known as ``musical savants,'' is also known to possess absolute pitch, 1999; Lord, Rutter, & Le Couteur, 1994; Ornitz, 1974). Additionally, research on the ``musical savant of individuals with the disorder, musical savant

433

The Exotic Exchange of Smoke Rings  

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Smoke rings are fascinating, to humans and animals alike.Experienced cigarette smokers blow them for entertainment while dolphins play with air-filled underwater rings that they know how to puff.~Smoke ring machines can be bought from science gadget shops and Lord Kelvin explains in a paper [Lord Kelvin, Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Vol. VI (1867), p. 94; reprinted in

A. J. Niemi

2006-01-01

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q S E P T E M B E R q MUSIC SELECTIONS FOR MASSES WITH ORGAN  

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, O my Soul (10am) Ippolitov-Ivanov Praise my Soul the King of Heaven 610 25th Sunday O.T. Sept. 22. 29 Come You Sinners, Poor and Needy 962 Praise the Lord, My Soul (Ps. 146) Burgo Unless a Grain.T. Sept. 29 We Shall Rise Again (vs. 1-3) 558 Praise the Lord, My Soul (Ps. 146) Burgo Unless a Grain

Huang, Jianyu

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Abraham\\'s Astronomy Lesson  

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The Lord helps Abraham to understand what kind of relationship they had in the premortal world - a relationship that can be ours. Planets, Orbits and Time Using LDS Scriptures carefully read Abraham 3:2-10. Be sure to use the footnotes to help you understand some of the terms. The Lord is basically giving Abraham a lesson on planets, orbits and time. He explains to Abraham the relationship of different planets or moons to Kolob ...

Bro. Brandt

2005-12-03

436

The Role of Consent in Sado-masochistic Practices  

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In 1993 the Law Lords upheld the original conviction of five men under the 1861 Offences Against the Person Act for participating\\u000a in sado-masochistic practices. Although the five men were fully consenting adults, the Law Lords held that consent did not\\u000a constitute a defence to acts of violence within a sado-masochistic context. This paper examines the judgements in this case

Nafsika Athanassoulis

2002-01-01

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76 FR 57662 - National Oil and Hazardous Substances Pollution Contingency Plan; National Priorities List  

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...Delete and a Direct Notice of Deletion for the Palmer Barge Line (PBL) Superfund Site from the National Priorities List. The EPA...Information Repositories: Comprehensive information on the PBL Superfund Site, as well as the comments that we received...

2011-09-16

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Phomopsis amaranthicola and Microsphaeropsis amaranthi symptoms on Amaranthus spp. under South Texas Conditions  

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The candidate bioherbicides, Phomopsis amaranthicola and Microsphaeropsis amaranthi, were applied singly or in combination to Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri), smooth pigweed (Amaranthus hybridus), and redroot pigweed (Amaranthus retroflexus). Inoculation induced necrosis on 5 to 10% of leaves ...

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Dysarthria  

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... chap 12B. Kortte JH, Palmer JB. Speech and language disorders. In: Frontera WR, Silver JK, Rizzo TD Jr., eds. Essentials of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation . 3rd ed. Philadelphia, PA: Saunders Elsevier; ...

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LOOK FOR THE SIGNATURE 1 Look for the Signature: How the Infusion of Personal Signatures Affects Product Evaluations and  

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), product creators (e.g., brewers Jim Koch and Bob Connor for Samuel Adams beer), or celebrity endorsers (e.g., Arnold Palmer for Jiffy Lube). Personal signatures continue to appear widely on labels and packaging (e

Shyu, Mei-Ling

441

Constructing a philosophy of chiropractic: evolving worldviews and modern foundation?  

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Objective The purpose of this article is to trace the foundations of DD Palmer's sense of self and philosophy of chiropractic to its sources in modern Western philosophy as well as current metatheories about modernity. Discussion DD Palmer's sense of self was indicative of a modern self. A modern self is characterized as a self that developed after the Western Enlightenment and must come to terms with the insights of modernity such as Cartesian dualism, Spinoza's substance, Rousseau's expressivism, and Kant's critiques. It is argued that Palmer's philosophy can be viewed as part of the this tradition alongside his involvement in the 19th century American metaphysical religious culture, which was itself a response to these challenges of the modern self of modernity. Conclusion Palmer's development of chiropractic and its philosophy was a reaction to the challenges and promises of modernity. PMID:22693479

Senzon, Simon A.

2011-01-01

442

Constructing a philosophy of chiropractic: evolving worldviews and postmodern core?  

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Objective The purpose of this article is to explore the postmodern, postrational, and postconventional core of DD Palmer's self-sense and philosophy. Discussion DD Palmer's self and philosophy can be viewed as a reaction to the self of modernity and its challenges of a fracture between mind and body, spirit, and nature. It is argued that Palmer's solution to these vexing problems facing the modern self was to use postrational and postconventional logic to overcome the dualisms. His philosophy resonates with similar postrational approaches, most notably, the German idealist Schelling. Conclusion It is argued that Palmer was one of the first postrational individuals in America and that chiropractic was an attempt at the first postrational health profession. PMID:22693480

Senzon, Simon A.

2011-01-01

443

Variation in arthropod diversity, guild composition and abundances along an urban-rural gradient: nine years of CAP LTER monitoring  

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species will return and re-colonize the habitat. This is commonly known as the `Field of Dreams' hypothesis (Palmer et al. 1997), but has been widely criticized (e.g., Hildebrand et al. 2005). Mesic sites

Hall, Sharon J.

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78 FR 21628 - Notice of Dominguez-Escalante National Conservation Area Advisory Council Meeting Cancellation...  

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...meeting scheduled for May 1, 2013, at the Delta County Courthouse, Room 234, 501 Palmer Street, Delta, CO, has been cancelled. The location...Recreation Center, 530 Gunnison River Drive, Delta, CO. Notice of both [[Page...

2013-04-11

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Research on Populations of Tribolium confusum and its Bearing on Ecological Theory: A Author(s): John Ford  

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connected with the general biology of Tribolium, and the following is in- tended to supplement his paper, though not on the whole grain. Sweetman & Palmer (1928) have shown that vitamin B, which is present

Cochran-Stafira, D. Liane

446

Oct 1, 2008: A Family Based Approach to Breast Cancer Prevention  

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Stars in Nutrition & Cancer A Family Based Approach to Breast Cancer Prevention Star Speaker Olufunmilayo Olopade, MD Walter L. Palmer Distinguished Service Professor in Medicine and Human Genetics Director, Hematology/Oncology Fellowship Program Director,

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The long-term ecology of agricultural terraces and enclosed fields from Antikythera, Greece  

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-term history and human ecology. One important aspect of this research has beenThe long-term ecology of agricultural terraces and enclosed fields from., Palmer, C., Siddall, R. and Stellatou, A. Postprint of paper in Human

Guillas, Serge

448

Semantic Role Labeling Presented to LING-7800  

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]yelled at the fast food worker[TOPIC about his soggy fries] [MEDIUM over the noisy intercom]. Commonly Used Features Classification NP1 Agent V Predicate PP Location Arguments Semantic Roles Pruning Algorithm [Xue, Palmer 2004

Palmer, Martha

449

Temperament Research: Where We Are, Where We Are Going.  

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The research papers in the current Merrill-Palmer Quarterly (Vol. 30, No. 2) invitational issue on temperament are examined from the perspective of previous research and the indications they provide for critical unsolved issues concerning temperament. (Author)

Thomas, Alexander

1984-01-01

450

Future Agendas and Directions in Infancy Research.  

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Suggests a framework for understanding infancy that is derived from the papers collected in this January l990 issue of the Merrill-Palmer Quarterly and provides a summary of the information provided. (RJC)

Horowitz, Frances Degen; Columbo, John

1990-01-01

451

W itherspoon Architecture  

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Lockhart Foulke Henry Little Laughlin 1901 Pyne Stephens Fitness Center Dillon Gym Spelman McCarter Theatre 1927- Clapp Dillon West Dillon East Walker Feinberg McCosh Health Center 22 Palmer House Lowrie House

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Bioinformatic analysis of autism positional candidate genes using biological databases and computational  

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Informatics, Columbia University, New York, USA *Corresponding author: T. C. Gilliam, Columbia Genome Center and computational gene network prediction A. L. Yonan, , A. A. Palmer , K. C. Smith , I. Feldman, , H. K. Lee , J. M

Ober, Carole

453

78 FR 15699 - Certain Frozen Warmwater Shrimp From the Socialist Republic of Vietnam: Preliminary Results of...  

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...March 12, 2013. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Bob Palmer, Irene Gorelik, and...respectively. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Scope of the Order The merchandise...Act, we intend to verify the information upon which we will rely...

2013-03-12

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75 FR 61126 - Certain Activated Carbon From the People's Republic of China: Extension of Time Limit for Final...  

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...International Trade Administration, Department of Commerce. DATES: Effective Date: October 4, 2010. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Bob Palmer or Kathleen Marksberry, AD/ CVD Operations, Office 9, Import Administration, International...

2010-10-04

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75 FR 39916 - Certain Activated Carbon from the People's Republic of China: Extension of Time Limit for Final...  

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...EFFECTIVE DATE: July 13, 2010. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Bob Palmer or Kathleen Marksberry, AD/ CVD Operations...202) 482-7906, respectively. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Background On May 29, 2009, Department of...

2010-07-13

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75 FR 61697 - Certain Activated Carbon From the People's Republic of China: Extension of Time Limits for...  

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...October 6, 2010. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Bob Palmer or Katie Marksberry...analyze a significant amount of information pertaining to each supplier's...supply the Department with information related to CCT's...

2010-10-06

457

78 FR 77419 - Certain Activated Carbon From the People's Republic of China; 2012-2013; Partial Rescission of...  

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...December 23, 2013. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Bob Palmer, AD/CVD Operations...482-9068. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Background In April 2013...destruction of proprietary information disclosed under APO in...

2013-12-23

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76 FR 43654 - Certain Activated Carbon From the People's Republic of China: Extension of Time Limit for Final...  

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...Effective Date: July 21, 2011. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Bob Palmer or Kathleen Marksberry, AD/ CVD Operations...briefs. Additionally, the Department released information related to the wage rate calculation after...

2011-07-21

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77 FR 12553 - Steel Wire Garment Hangers From the People's Republic of China: Final Results and Final Partial...  

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...analysis of the comments and information received, we made changes...March 1, 2012. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Bob Palmer, AD/CVD Operations...482- 9068. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Background On October...

2012-03-01

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78 FR 56211 - Certain Frozen Warmwater Shrimp From the Socialist Republic of Vietnam: Final Results of...  

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...analysis of the comments and information received, we have determined...September 12, 2013. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Bob Palmer or Irene Gorelik, AD...respectively. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: On March 12, 2013,...

2013-09-12

461

76 FR 28953 - Steel Wire Garment Hangers From the People's Republic of China: Extension of Time Limits for...  

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...May 19, 2011. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Bob Palmer or Jamie Blair-Walker...analyze a significant amount of information pertaining to each of these...supply the Department with information related to the mandatory...

2011-05-19

462

77 FR 72824 - Certain Activated Carbon From the People's Republic of China; 2011-2012; Partial Rescission of...  

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...December 6, 2012. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Bob Palmer, AD/CVD Operations...destruction of proprietary information disclosed under APO in accordance...govern business proprietary information in this segment of the...

2012-12-06

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76 FR 50718 - Certain Frozen Warmwater Shrimp From the People's Republic of China: Extension of Preliminary...  

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...period February 1, 2010, through January 31, 2011. DATES: Effective Date: August 16, 2011. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Bob Palmer or Kabir Archuletta, AD/CVD Operations, Office 9, Import Administration, International Trade...

2011-08-16

464

Science 150: Introduction To Careers In The Health Professions Guest Lecture Series*  

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October 3 Chiropractic Medicine; Admissions and Application Process - Bill Riley Palmer College of Chiropractic October 10 Osteopathic Medicine - Russell Brunet, D.O.M. Salinas Valley PrimeCare Medical Group

Ravikumar, B.

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77 FR 3799 - Notice of Permit Applications Received Under the Antarctic Conservation Act of 1978  

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...S.A. The applicant plans to take from the Palmer Station area approximately 20 brown marine algae, 30 green marine algae, 10 red marine algae, and 10 diatom marine algae to sublimate cultures of filamentous Antarctic macroalgae and...

2012-01-25

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77 FR 4060 - Notice of Permit Applications Received Under the Antarctic Conservation Act of 1978  

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...S.A. The applicant plans to take from the Palmer Station area approximately 20 brown marine algae, 30 green marine algae, 10 red marine algae, and 10 diatom marine algae to sublimate cultures of [[Page 4061

2012-01-26

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Augmented Mixture Models for Lexical Disambiguation Silviu Cucerzan and David Yarowsky  

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, Kilgarriff and Palmer (2000), and SENSEVAL-2, Edmonds and Cotton (2001)). General purpose Spelling Correction Bayesian and Decision List models (Gold- ing, 1995), Winnow (Golding and Roth, 1996) and Transformation

Cucerzan, Silviu

468

Nick started at the bottom of the ladder! Ralph Shutt  

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of politicians With George (Throw Deep) Keyworth 1981 Hazel O'Leary, Secretary of Energy 1994 We passed up;In 1992, Nick shared the APS/DPF Panofsky Prize for Experimental High Energy Physics with Bob Palmer

McDonald, Kirk

469

Structure of Metallathiacycles: Planar vs Nonplanar Geometries. A Theoretical and Experimental  

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Investigation Christine Blonski, Andrew W. Myers, Michael Palmer, Suzanne Harris,*, and William D. Jones, August 1, 1997. (1) Jones, W. D.; Chin, R. M.; Crane, T. W.; Baruch, D. M. Organometallics 1994, 13, 4448

Jones, William D.

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Early Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation for Patients With Acute Respiratory Failure: A Quality Improvement Project  

Microsoft Academic Search

Needham DM, Korupolu R, Zanni JM, Pradhan P, Colantuoni E, Palmer JB, Brower RG, Fan E. Early physical medicine and rehabilitation for patients with acute respiratory failure: a quality improvement project.

Dale M. Needham; Radha Korupolu; Jennifer M. Zanni; Pranoti Pradhan; Elizabeth Colantuoni; Jeffrey B. Palmer; Roy G. Brower; Eddy Fan

2010-01-01

471

77 FR 64582 - Qualification of Drivers; Exemption Applications; Vision  

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...Raymond C. Miller (AL) James G. Mitchell (AL) Dennis E. Palmer, Jr. (CT) John E. Rains (WA) James A. Rapp (OH) Sylvester Silver (VA) James D. St. Peter (NC) Michael Sutton (AL) Brian W. Whitmer (OH) The exemptions are...

2012-10-22

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484 Fishery Bulletin 106(4) Fishery Bulletin Index  

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coelestis), by Michael J. Kingsford, Heather M. Patterson, and Matthew J. Flood 143 Seasonal, diel. Patterson III, Douglas A. DeVries, and Christopher Palmer 161 Ichthyoplankton community in the Columbia, by Kyle W. Shertzer, Michael H. Prager

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Biosciences Biochemistry and Cell Biology  

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. Stewart Professors Emeriti James Wayne Campbell Graham Palmer James B. Walker Associate Professors Janet Braam Susan L. Gibson Michael C. Gustin Seiichi P.T. Matsuda Edward P. Nikonowicz Michael Stern

Richards-Kortum, Rebecca

474

Cruise Report Regional Monitoring Program  

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. Ivan Palmer at South Dakota State University. Samples for the analysis of other trace metals (i Margaret Johnston (8/25) SFEI Sediment chemistry Michael Kellogg (8/26­30) CCSF Benthic samples Michael May

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Caribbean Journal of Science, Vol. 29, No. 3-4, 174-178, 1993 Copyright 1993 College of Arts and Sciences  

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nudipes) in the Luquillo Experimental Forest MICHAEL R. GANNON,1,4 KEITH PARDIECK,2,5 MICHAEL R. WILLIG,1, Palmer, Puerto Rico 00721. quent calls throughout the night. We pro- vide information on movement

Willig, Michael

476

Modeling and AnalysCs oi  

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Palmed Larry Palmer Marc Picart DemetrC Terzopoulos David Tonnesen Michael vannier Greg Wallace tlon Klinker Richard SsellskC Keith Waters Michael Doyle Jim Cettys Krlsten M. Harris Thomas M. Levergood Ricky

Terzopoulos, Demetri

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The Economics of Internet Companies Michael de la Mazay  

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The Economics of Internet Companies Ayla Ogus Michael de la Mazay Deniz Yuretz May 1, 1999 Abstract Palmer et al. 1994 . Agent-based simulations are particularly well-suited to the problem of understanding

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75 FR 77941 - Qualification of Drivers; Exemption Renewals; Vision  

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...Martin, Mark L. McWhorter, Raymond C. Miller, James G. Mitchell, Dennis E. Palmer, Jr., Sylvester Silver, James D. St. Peter, Kenneth C. Steele, Michael Sutton, John E. Rains, and Brian W. Whitmer. In accordance with 49...

2010-12-14

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Ticks are obligate, blood-feeding ectoparasites of vertebrate hosts. They feed by inserting specialized  

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can be reached at 73 Palmer Street, Stamford, CT 06907. Michael A. Benjamin teaches biology. HORNBOSTEL, MICHAEL A. BENJAMIN, AND FELICIA KEESING Ticks are important vectors of disease-causing pathogens

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Cuervo, Andrs M. -CV ANDRS M. CUERVO, Ph.D.  

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-advisor), Bryan C. Carstens, Michael Hellberg, Frederick H. Sheldon, and Alan Afton. M Brokaw, and A. Richard Palmer (University of Alberta). B.S. Universidad de. Instructors: Bryan C. Carstens, Michael Hickerson, Naoki Takebayashi. South West Research

Cuervo, Andrés

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Biosciences Biochemistry and Cell Biology  

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Professors Emeriti James Wayne Campbell Graham Palmer James B. Walker Associate Professors Bonnie Bartel Janet Braam Susan L. Gibson Michael C. Gustin Seiichi P.T. Matsuda Edward P. Nikonowicz Michael Stern

Richards-Kortum, Rebecca

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Neutrino Factory and Muon Collider Collaboration R&D Program Michael S. Zisman  

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Neutrino Factory and Muon Collider Collaboration R&D Program Michael S. Zisman ­ Lawrence Berkeley. The NFMCC is run by elected Co- spokespersons, currently Steve Geer (FNAL) and Bob Palmer (BNL), who appoint

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75 FR 64396 - Qualification of Drivers; Exemption Applications; Vision  

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...Martin Mark L. McWhorter Raymond C. Miller James G. Mitchell Dennis E. Palmer, Jr. John E. Rains Sylvester Silver James D. St. Peter Kenneth C. Steele Michael Sutton Brian W. Whitmer The exemptions are extended subject to the...

2010-10-19

484

5.6 THE IMPACT OF DATA INTERACTION ON TARGETED OBSERVATIONS WITH A 4D-VAR DATA ASSIMILATION AND FORECAST SYSTEM  

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AND FORECAST SYSTEM Dacian N. Daescu1 , I. Michael Navon2 , Santha Akella3 , Gordon Erlebacher2 1 Portland formulation and implementation of tar- geting methods (Palmer et al. 1998, Berliner et al. 1999, Baker

Navon, Michael

485

76 FR 32230 - Investigations Regarding Certifications of Eligibility To Apply for Worker Adjustment Assistance  

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...gov. Signed at Washington, DC, this 25th day of May 2011. Michael W. Jaffe, Certifying Officer, Office of Trade Adjustment...11 05/09/11 80182................... Palmer Johnson Yachts, LLC Sturgeon Bay,...

2011-06-03

486

Few-electron Qubits in Silicon Quantum Electronic Devices  

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Sun, Joseph Palmer and Michael Geavski for the valuable helps and guidance in the cleanroom. My thesis have made Petta lab one of the most heart- warming places to work in. Michael Schroer and Michael

Petta, Jason

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Campus Sustainability Council Meeting Minutes The University of Winnipeg  

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Name X Alana Lajoie-O'Malley X Teresa Senderewich (notes) X Michael Emslie X Jacob Nikkel X Michael Jeff Palmer X Lena Yusim X Laurel Repski X Nathan Sullivan (EcoPIA) X Mike Thul Item Subject Discussion

Martin, Jeff

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Pay-by-Space Parking VehicleThoroughfares  

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Hall Palmer Center Durward Hall Durrell Center Corbett Hall Parmelee Hall Green Hall Allison Hall, Braiden Kitchen 20 Corbettairs, Housing and Dining Services, Corbett Hall 21 AsTheWorldTurns, Apartment

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Scholarly Review T R U M A N S T A T E U N I V E R S I T Y  

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: Language, Acculturation, and Gender Role Perceptions Among Latinos, Acculturation, and Gender Role Perceptions Among Latinos Analia Albuja Dr. Sherri Palmer, Research Supervisor While gender roles within the U.S. Latino culture have often been labeled as "machismo" and "marianismo

Gering, Jon C.

490

A Center for All.  

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Describes the building of Princeton University's $42 million Frist Student Center, which incorporates the original physics building, Palmer Hall, and a new addition. Provides information on the architect, construction manager, and product suppliers. Includes photographs. (EV)

Leisner, Hava

2002-01-01

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75 FR 6222 - Notice of Permit Applications Received Under the Antarctic Conservation Act of 1978 (Pub. L. 95-541)  

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...production of \\35\\S- labeled proteins to be used in protein folding assays performed in the Palmer Station laboratories...continue analysis of a cold-functioning chaperonin protein folding system from testis tissue of the Antarctica...

2010-02-08

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DEA_2005_Annual Report_Cov_FINAL REVS.qxp  

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Suzich JA, Ghim S, Palmer-Hill FJ, White WI, Tamura JK, Bell J, Newsome JA, Jenson AB, and Schlegel R. Systemic immuniza-tion with papillomavirus L1 protein completely prevents the development of viral mucosal papillomas.

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Interfamilial Relationships of the Asteraceae: Insights from rbcL Sequence Variation Author(s): Helen J. Michaels, Kathy M. Scott, Richard G. Olmstead, Tim Szaro, Robert K.  

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(s): Helen J. Michaels, Kathy M. Scott, Richard G. Olmstead, Tim Szaro, Robert K. Jansen, Jeffrey D. Palmer of the Missouri Botanical Garden. http://www.jstor.org #12;INTERFAMILIAL HelenJ.Michaels,2 RELATIONSHIPS

Bruns, Tom

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Recent progress in neutrino factory and muon collider research within the Muon Collaboration  

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Ozaki,8 Hasan Padamsee,25 Sandip Pakvasa,33 Robert B. Palmer,8 Brett Parker,8 Zohreh Parsa,8 Gregory,* Helge L. Ravn,3 Claude B. Reed,22 Louis L. Reginato,16 Pavel Rehak,8 Robert A. Rimmer,11 Thomas J

McDonald, Kirk

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Recent Progress in Neutrino Factory and Muon Collider Research within the Muon Collaboration  

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Ozaki, 8 Hasan Padamsee, 26 Sandip Pakvasa, 34 Robert B. Palmer, 8 Brett Parker, 8 Zohreh Parsa, 8; Rajendran Raja, 2, # Helge L. Ravn, 3 Claude B. Reed, 23 Louis L. Reginato, 16 Pavel Rehak, 8 Robert A

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75 FR 62184 - Notification of Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee October 26, 2010 Public Meeting  

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...designs for the Arnold Palmer Congressional Gold Medal, and designs for the New Frontier Congressional Gold Medal. Interested persons should call 202-354-6700...coinage, bullion coinage, Congressional Gold Medals, and national and other...

2010-10-07

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Fossil bryophytes as recorders of ancient CO2 levels: Experimental evidence and a Cretaceous case study  

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study Benjamin J. Fletcher, David J. Beerling, and Stuart J. Brentnall Department of Animal and Plant carbonate shells of planktonic foraminif- era [Pearson and Palmer, 2000]. Each of these proxies has

Royer, Dana

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NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY COMMENCEMENT SPEAKERS, 1892-2013 Northwestern University Archives www.library.northwestern.edu/archives/1  

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Ernest Palmer Blaine Kirkpatrick Glenn Newton Merry 1911 Douglass Montgomery Johnson Charles Anderson. Burgess 1960 Frederick L. Hovde 1961 Otto Kerner, Jr. 1962 Marguerite Stitt Church 1963 Gen. Lauris

Shahriar, Selim

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Brain Injury and Stress Disorder Strong Indicators of Vision Problems for Veterans  

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... Washington, D.C. Veterans Affairs Medical Center, who led the study. "It is critical that these patients ... Clinical Ophthalmology with Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, who led the study. "Since dry eye can escalate and ...

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77 FR 6826 - Notice of Permit Applications Received Under the Antarctic Conservation Act of 1978 (Pub. L. 95-541)  

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...various activities in Antarctica and designation of certain animals and certain geographic areas a requiring special protection...transported to the aquarium facilities at Palmer Station for experimentation. The applicant will use Escherichia coli strain...

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