Faculty and graduating

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  • The edifice was completed in 1846, and first occupied November 7th, by the faculty and graduating class of 1847. Doctor Wooster Beach, the founder of Medical Reform, and now well along in years, came on from the East to take charge of the “clinique” and his text-book— “The American Practice”—was the only book on reformed medicine then available. Text-books of the regular school were still used, but the lectures on practice were carefully revised and presented according to the views of the reformed physicians.

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  • In too many companies, Sales and Marketing feud like Capulets and Montagues. Salespeople accuse marketers of being out of touch with what customers really want or setting prices too high. Marketers insist that salespeople focus too myopically on individual customers and short-term sales at the expense of longer-term profits. Result? Poor coordination between the two teams—which only raises market-entry costs, lengthens sales cycles, and increases cost of sales.

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  • SSRIs and SNRIs tend to have fewer side ef ects and are more popular than the older classes of antidepressants, such as tricyclics—named for their chemical structure—and monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs). However, medi­ cations afect everyone dif erently. here is no one-size­ its-all approach to medication. herefore, for some people, tricyclics or MAOIs may be the best choice. People taking MAOIs must adhere to signiicant food and medicinal restrictions to avoid potentially serious inter­ actions.

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  • The verification of care needs is the responsibility of the long-term care insurance funds. The funds entrust the task of identifying, verifying and assessing the severity of care needs to the Medical Review Board of the Statutory Health Insurance Funds, which is primarily made up of doctors and nurses. The assessment takes place in the home of the insured person provided they give their consent. If such an assessment is not performed the insurance funds are entitled to refuse to pay benefits.

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  • A comparison between community and inpatient detoxification of alcohol dependent patients found no difference in the number of patients remaining sober six months later.82 At least three out of four such patients can be detoxified successfully in the community.82 No studies of outpatient detoxification using medication were identified where fits occurred but studies had, appropriately, excluded patients with a history of withdrawal seizures or with impending delirium.83 Home detoxification does not appear to have any clinical advantages but may offer cost savings.

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  • The tapping of the credit lines were happening at precisely the moment that the risk constraints were binding harder for the banking sector. Tighter value at risk constraints translated to higher shadow value of capital and hence to the desired contraction of balance sheets. Contracting balance sheets of hedge funds and other holders of ABCPs led to a fall in the demand for the liabilities issued by SIVs and conduits. In late July and early August, SIVs and conduits began to experience diffi culties in rolling over their short term liabilities.

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  • Even small events need some funds. Many local authorities can give advice on sources of local and national grants available to community groups within their area. It may also be appropriate to approach local commercial sponsors. Sponsorship is not just a one-way benefit. It offers a promotion opportunity for a business to be associated with your good cause. Build a relationship with your funders and sponsors, and at the very least remember to credit them in the way you’ve agreed and to thank them afterwards. ...

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  • Worker flexibility is key given the dynamic nature of the U.S. labor market and ongoing technological change. In 2003, for example, a quarter of American workers were in jobs that were not even listed among the Census Bureau’s Occupation codes in 1967, and technological change has only accelerated since then. Environmental-related occupations – which are expected to experience tremendous growth over the next decade – did not exist in comparable data prior to 2000.

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  • For a system that is in the initiation or design phase, system information can be derived from the design or requirements document. For an IT system under development, it is necessary to define key security rules and attributes planned for the future IT system. System design documents and the system security plan can provide useful information about the security of an IT system that is in development.

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  • Adolescent fertility rates are high in many Pacific countries, with little decline in the past decade. For example, between 8-26% of girls aged 15-19 who are married or in civil unions have already started childbearing, and 17 and 62% of recent births were unplanned. This reflects that adolescent pregnancy in the Pacific often occurs outside of marriage and is commonly unintended.

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  • How real are the women characters in Hindi films? This is something to debate about because values, ideals, principles; morals have dominated the frame-work in which these films are placed. Thus, women rather than being depicted as normal human beings are elevated to a higher position of being ideal who can commit no wrong. Their grievances, desires, ambitions, feelings, perspectives are completely missing from the scene. They are really portrayed as the „other‟ because they are shown as not belonging to this real and worldly life.

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  • This Manual is divided into four chapters. Chapter 1 contains background information on the reasons for regulating emissions from wood furniture manufacturing including a brief regulatory perspective, an overview of the health effects of the five solvents used in the largest quantities, sources of emissions from a typical wood furniture manufacturing facility, and a summary of the new federal wood furniture regulations. Chapter 2 defines pollution prevention (P2) and discusses the elements of a successful P2 program.

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  • The criteria used to assess measurements are summarised in Table 2.1. Full details are not presented here but have been documented and are available on request (Appendix 2). On the basis of the assessment, proposals were presented in December, January, March and April and reviewed by all project participants (steering group, expert group, project team). The wide range of interests and responsibilities of participants meant that an element of compromise was essential, given realistic expectations of resource availability.

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  • Concerns about the slow progress of theory development in marketing have existed over a significant number of years (Alderson and Cox, 1948; Bartels, 1976; Halbert, 1965). The perceived lack of theoretical discourse has prompted several AMA Educators conferences and special issues in high-profile journals in an attempt to generate more interest (Bush and Hunt, 1982; Hunt, 1983; Lamb and Dunne, 1980).

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  • All information required by the contract that is necessary to document acceptable performance of the work will be maintained in an organized manner and available electronically, daily, to WSDOT. CQA inspection reports and material sampling and testing results shall be submitted to WSDOT in electronic format within 24 hours following the inspection or test. Hard copy format of these reports and results will be available upon request by WSDOT.

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  • It is said that farms having land to grow crops and forage (PK-3 and PK-10R) were relatively most competitive. The PK-10R farm is said to be most viable farm size, and has the potential of challenging competitors in export markets6. Such farms make effective use of technological advances in breeding practices, e.g., artificial insemination, to improve their herd quality. Some of them have also installed their own pasteurization or processing equipment. However, there are only 23% of farmers who fall in the PK-10R category, whereas 70% of the farmers have less than four animals.

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  • Theimpactonthenaturalhabitatisofgreatconcernatpresent.Increasingdemandcouldforce thedestructionofnaturalhabitats,breedinggrounds,removalofwintercover,shelterbedsfor somespecies.Mechanizationofagriculturesawthedestructionofnests,burrows,etc.Similar impactbutwithgreaterintensitycanbeexpectedtoresultfromenergycropplantations. Extendingenergycropfarmingintounusable,nonagriculturallandcanhaveanegativeimpact on that particular eco system.

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  • The ovaries stop releasing eggs (ova), and menstrual periods stop (Menopause). Most women experience menopause around age of 45 to 50. Prior to menopause, menstrual cycles often become irregular. The vaginal walls become less elastic, thinner, and less rigid. The vagina becomes shorter. Secretions become scant and watery. The external genital tissue decreases and thins (atrophy of the labia). A woman may experience changes in her sex drive (libido) and her sexual response may change, but aging does not prevent a woman from being able to have or enjoy sexual relationships.

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  • The decentralized, experimental nature of early economic reform is clear in Chinese establishment of Special Economic Zones – export-oriented enclaves that were allowed to detach themselves partially from the central administrative apparatus and to operate with considerable autonomy. Guangdong, which was allowed to set up its own foreign trade corporations, was a pioneer. On the eve of reform, Guangdong seemed to have few advantages. It had few natural resources, a low ratio of arable land per capita, and high rates of rural unemployment.

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  • To tackle polluted source water, water utilities in the region are often forced to install expensive treatment plants that can cost millions to install and operate. USDA economists estimate that removing nitrate alone from drinking water costs more than $4.8 billion a year. The cost of dealing with algal blooms is particularly daunting. The total capital cost of water treatment that would address cyanobacterial blooms and cyanotoxins, can range between $12 million and $56 million for a town of 100,000 people.

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