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  • This sketch and record were written at the suggestion and by the request of the surviving members of the Company. It was their desire to have a brief story of their marches, battles and sieges, and, especially, an accurate record of each member, to preserve for reference in future years. If this little publication will serve that purpose, the object of the author is fully accomplished.

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  • The project is of two year’s duration and is supported by the Leonardo programme, an EU education programme. The project is a cooperation between France, Spain, Estonia, the UK and Denmark. The aim of the project is to make teaching with animation an integrated part of the European school system along with the more traditional ways of teaching. The inclusion of animation will provide more variety in the teaching methods and in that way promote different types of learning.

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  • As part of the upcoming reauthorization of the Higher Education Act (HEA), you asked us to review the status of the Direct Loan Program by answering the following questions: (1) To what extent have schools participated in the Direct Loan Program? (2) What factors influenced schools’ decision to participate in the Direct Loan Program, and if applicable, what factors influenced schools’ decision to stop participating? (3) What steps has FSA taken to increase the user-friendliness of the Direct Loan Program for schools and students?...

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  • The success of Ambria inspired additional trips to Europe to study food and style. As a result of such visits, LEYE opened Un Grand Café, a French bistro, and the sophisticated Italian restaurant, Avanzare. The success of these establishments earned LEYE increased recognition across the country for its international expertise and flair. Never content to leave things as they are, Melman is constantly open to embracing innovative ideas and challenges.

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  • Drawing for animation is not just copying a model onto paper; you could do that better with a camera. Drawing for animation is translating an action into drawing form so an audience can retranslate those drawings back into an experience of that action. You don’t just want to show the audience an action for them to look at it. You want to visualize an action for them to see – that is, to experience. That way you have them in your grasp, your power, and then the story can go on and the audience goes on with it, because they...

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  • At Hogeschool-Universiteit Brussel (HUB) we have a student- centered culture. Our excellent student support, facilities, services and teaching methodology will help you obtain your goals. Our campus is located right in the centre of Brussels which is home to many international businesses as well as the NATO headquar- ters. It is also the capital of the European Union. Needless to say that the city is a multicultural and multilingual mix – full of surpris- ing contrasts.

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  • But then another side of the issue comes to the fore. The landscapes that we ordinarily know are not pristine nature, but cultivated landscapes, rural or pastoral, with their towns and cities. Over the centuries, people have worked out their geography with multiple kinds of industry and perception, mixing nature and culture in diverse ways, no doubt some better, some worse. But who is to say that a science-based appreciation is the only right one? 9 Nature as seen by science is just the way we Westerners currently 'constitute' our world—so the phenomenologists may say.

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  • Danny and Heather have asked -- not demanded, asked! -- that I consider publishing books under a NoDerivs license, so that I can consult with them before I authorize translations of my books. They want to be able to talk to potential foreign publishers about how this stuff works, to give me time to talk with them, to ease them into the idea, and to have the kind of extended conversation that helped me lead Tor into their decision all those years ago. And I agreed. Free/open culture is something publishers need to be led to, not forced into.

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  • Whether you are soliciting competitive bids or negotiating a sole-source contract, you should describe your project and your expectations in writing. Use a request for proposals (RFP) to review the overall purpose of the project, including which sculptures are involved. State who will supervise the project, what the expected timetable is, and what the proposal deadline is. Outline the type and extent of insurance the conservator will be expected to carry, and spell hout any special circumstances the bidders should know about.

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  • In under-sampling, instead of using all observations of the majority class to train the model, only a random subset of the majority class is used in addition to the minority class. Training samples of the majority class are randomly eliminated until the ratio of the majority and minority classes reach a preset value, usually close to 1. A disadvantage of under-sampling is that it reduces the data available for training.

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  • In proportion as the machine industry gained ground, and as the modern concatenation of industrial processes and of markets developed, the conjunctures of business grew more varied and of larger scope at the same time that they became more amenable to shrewd manipulation. The pecuniary side of the enterprise came to require more unremitting attention, as the chances for gain or loss through business relatIons simply, aside from mere industrial efficiency, grew greater in number and magnitude.

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  • Having ranked countries by their relative macroeconomic performance during the recent crisis, we explore possible explanations for this cross-economy variation. Table 2 summarises four categories of variables measuring: banking system structure, trade openness, financial openness, and monetary and fiscal policy frameworks. Except where otherwise noted, all of these variables are measured at the end of 2007. We also consider the policy response to the crisis, looking at measures such as monetary policy easing, fiscal stimulus and bank bailouts.

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  • That said, combining credit and property prices appears to be the most parsimonious way to capture the core features of the link between the financial cycle, the business cycle and financial crises (see below). Analytically, this is the smallest set of variables needed to replicate adequately the mutually reinforcing interaction between financing constraints (credit) and perceptions of value and risks (property prices).

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  • Water and energy are two critical ingredients of modern civilization. Without clean water, life cannot be sustained. Without energy, we cannot run computers, power homes or manufacture products. As the world’s population grows in number and affluence, demand for both resources is increasing faster than ever, with far-reaching implications for both water scarcity and rising levels of global warming pollution. Woefully underappreciated, however, is the fact that water and energy oftentimes compete with one another.

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  • Broadly speaking, you can deduct from your turnover all the costs you incur for the sole purpose of earning business profits. But you cannot deduct costs which you incur for a non-business purpose, such as your own personal expenses or drawings. And you cannot deduct capital costs, that is, the cost of buying fixed assets or intangibles, such as goodwill, which last for several years (or losses you suffer when you sell them). But you may be able to claim capital allowances (see page 8) for these capital costs.

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  • This edition of Instruments of the Money Market contains two chapters on subjects that were not included in the sixth edition: over-the-counter interest rate derivatives and clearing and settling in the money market. All of the other chapters have been either completely rewritten or thoroughly revised to reflect developments in recent years. All but three of the authors of the chapters in this edition were at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond when they wrote their chapters. Stephen A. Lumpkin is an economist at the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve...

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  • To illustrate why the ring-fencing of market making activities would be that detrimental an example can be provided: Since the Liikanen Report does not recommend including underwriting within the ring-fence, commercial banks could still engage in these activities. Nevertheless, if these banks were to go to the secondary market to place these securities, then this activity would be considered as market making and therefore would be included in the ring-fencing scope.

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  • Prior to this reform, saving banks could only issue preferred stock without any political rights and subject to limits on the amount of preferred stock that a person or group of people could hold. This of course limited the attractiveness of the instrument and therefore the ability to issue it in efficient, competitive conditions. Now, saving banks will have the possibility to incorporate voting rights to the preferred stock issued in proportion to the share that they represent on total equity. Stocks can be issued up to a maximum of 50% of total equity of the Saving...

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  • With the automation of cashless payment transactions, the fact that a cheque is a payment instrument which is payable at sight has proved to be one of its key disadvantages. In other words, cheques must always be collected and presented in paper-based form. In 1985, the central associations of the German banking industry and the Deutsche Bundesbank agreed on a paperless cheque collection procedure (formerly called the BSE Agreement, now part of the Cheque Agreement), while deliberately waiving the statutory obligation to physically present cheques.

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  • The EITC was established amid the political debate over the NIT that occurred in the 1960s and 1970s. The NIT held great promise to the early designers of the war on poverty since it would solve the difficult integration issues that arise with categorical antipoverty programs—the need for bu- reaucracies to administer and enforce eligibility and benefit rules and the need to mitigate potentially high marginal tax rates that recipients face as earnings increase.

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