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Hospital Management

Poems (1870)--Sonnets and songs, towards a work to be called ?The house of life.?--Sonnets for pictures, and other sonnets.--Poems and a prose story from ?The Germ,? 1850.--The early Italian poets (1861): pt. I. Poets chiefly before Dante. pt. II. Dante [the New life, and poems having reference to its events] and his circle.--Appendix to Part II

Italian poetry ; Hand and soul ; English poetry

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God Prophecy

By: Dr. Paraskev

For some of us, this is a spiritual book that tells the real Truth of God. And the true Path to God. A pragmatic Path we could walk easily, smoothly, within a normal human lifetime. For others of us, it is a book that reveals what the future holds. For each human and all humanity, for each soul and every society. The developments that would make us materially and morally satisfied and successful. And for still others, it's just a mundane book. It gives u...

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Gis Modeling Tool (Arcview Extension) to Target Water Body Risks o...

By: Tim Wade

Excerpt: Scientific Declining water quality is a major concern. Limited resources make Problem and comprehensive sampling of water bodies infeasible, so a method of cost-Policy Issues effectively identifying potentially impaired waters is highly desirable. This tool provides this capability. Based on landscape metrics, it will locate stream reaches that are more likely to be impaired to make sampling more efficient, saving time, money and improving the state of water quality data.

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User Responsive Gis April 2002

By: Micha Pazner

Economics

Conclusion -- It makes sense to develop Simple II - a sequel to Simple... -- that takes advantage of the current economical and technological ?special effects? in the area of modern map and image making and use.

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Summary of a Workshop on Regulatory Acceptance of (Q)Sars for Huma...

By: Joanna S. Jaworska

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: The ?Workshop on Regulatory Use of (Q)SARs for Human Health and Environmental Endpoints,? organized by the European Chemical Industry Council and the International Council of Chemical Associations, gathered more than 60 human health and environmental experts from industry, academia, and regulatory agencies from around the world. They agreed, especially industry and regulatory authorities, that the workshop initiated great potential for the further development an...

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Duffy's Wave Motor as a Source of Power for Various Purposes

By: Duffy, Terrence
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Tropical Forest Management Techniques a Review of the Sustainabili...

By: Patrick B. Durst

Nutrition Reference Publication

Excerpt: Tropical forests cover about 1,680 million ha: 920 million ha in tropical South and Central America, 490 million ha in Africa, and 270 million ha in tropical parts of Asia and the Pacific. Dense evergreen forests account for 720 million ha, dense semi-deciduous forests cover 590 million ha and dryland forests cover 240 million ha (see Table 1). Current deforestation rates are estimated to vary from 0.7%/year in tropical South and Central America and Africa to 1....

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Sustaining Readiness: Gis as the Foundation of an Environmental Ma...

By: Craig Lees

Government Reference Publication

Introduction: Dewberry Partners with Fort Belvoir ... Project Purpose ... Design a GIS-Based Environmental Management System to Facilitate Compliance Management ... Project Scope ... Capture Data Relevant to Hazardous Waste, Solid Waste, and Petroleum Sites ...

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Gis-Based Estimation of Exposure to Particulate Matter and No2 in ...

By: Matthias Hochadel

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Stochastic modeling was used to predict nitrogen dioxide and fine particles [particles collected with an upper 50% cut point of 2.5 micrometer aerodynamic diameter (PM2.5)] levels at 1,669 addresses of the participants of two ongoing birth cohort studies conducted in Munich, Germany. Alternatively, the Gaussian multisource dispersion model IMMISnet/em was used to estimate the annual mean values for NO2 and total suspended particles (TSP) for the 40 measurement s...

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Gis Modeling of Air Toxics Releases from Tri-Reporting and Non-Tri...

By: Dana C. Dolinoy

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: The Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) requires facilities with 10 or more full-time employees that process > 25,000 pounds in aggregate or use > 10,000 pounds of any one TRI chemical to report releases annually. However, little is known about releases from non-TRI-reporting facilities, nor has attention been given to the very localized equity impacts associated with air toxics releases. Using geographic information systems and industrial source complex dispersion m...

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The Book of Golf and Golfers

By: Horace Gordon Hutchinson
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Cosmetics

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: How do allergies start? Some people may react to something in a product, For example, they may have itching, redness, rash, sneezing, or wheezing. Allergies may happen the first time you use a product or after you have used it more than once. Are ?testers? at makeup counters safe? Lots of people use the testers at makeup counters. Testers can have lots of germs because so many people use them. Do you want to test a product at the counter anyway? If so, use a new sponge or cotton swab.

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Golf Greens and Green-Keeping

By: Hutchinson, Horatio Gordon, 1859-1932
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Treatise on Powder Metallurgy Volume Ii

By: Goetzel, Claus G.

Osmania University ; Digital Library of India

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Probabilistic Inference Using Markov Chain Monte Carlo Methods

By: Radford M. Neal

Mathematics document containing theorems and formulas.

Excerpt: Probabilistic inference is an attractive approach to uncertain reasoning and empirical learning in artificial intelligence. Computationalflarise, however, because probabilistic models with the necessary realism and flexibility lead to complex distributions over high-dimensional spaces.

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Joan of Arc

By: M. Boutet De Monvel

Excerpt: On the 22d of October 1422 Charles VI died Leaving his Kingdom with the hand of his daughter by the treaty of Troyes to Henry V, King of England Wer had devastated our country for more than a century but our independence had never been so menaced before.

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Eddy-Resolving Ocean Modeling

By: Robert C. Malone

Excerpt: Weather forecasting has been developed into a fine art, with elaborate data collection systems feeding present conditions into detailed computer models. Despite this great effort, it appears to be impossible to predict weather for more than about two weeks in advance. Yet we hope to predict the effects of greenhouse gas emissions and other human induced effects on climate decades to centuries into the future. This goal may, in fact, be possible because what we c...

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The Emerald Dagger

By: Barbara M. Hodges

Her published novels include, The Blue Flame, The Emerald Dagger, and The Silver Angel, the first three fantasy novels in her Daradawn series. She has also co-authored, Shadow Worlds, a science fiction suspense work with Darrell Bain, and Stargazer's Children, a speculative fiction novel.

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Mercury in Seafood

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Nutrition Reference Publication

Excerpt: Hazard identification Based on an acute mercury food poisoning that occurred in Japan during the 1950s, it is known that high levels of dietary mercury in seafood cause measurable deficits in the mental and physical development of young children exposed during gestation. Low levels of mercury are naturally present in the environment and in all foods. Inorganic mercury is poorly absorbed via the diet but, in aquatic environments, bacteria can convert inorganic me...

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Development and Application of a Robust Speciation Method for Dete...

By: James H. Raymer

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Six arsenic species [arsenate, arsenite, arsenocholine, arsenobetaine, monomethyl arsonic acid, and dimethyl arsinic acid] present in human urine were determined using ion-exchange chromatography combined with inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (IC-ICP-MS). Baseline separation was achieved for all six species as well as for the internal standard (potassium hexahydroxy antimonate V) in a single chromatographic run of less than 30 min, using an ammonium ...

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