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Graduated Salutatorian 2nd in classfrom Henry Clay High School, Gifted and Talented Liberal Arts Academy, Class of 2004, Lexington, Kentucky USAGraduated from Dartmouth College, with a Bachelor of Arts in Neuroscience, Class of 2008, Hanover, New Hampshire USAAmerican Legion Kentucky Boys State 2003American Legion Boys Nation 2003.
The Foundation Center have focused on the ultimate uses and beneficiaries of the donations raised by the relief funds from all sources, and we have issued a comprehensive report on their funding activities and practices.1 While the scope of our 9/11-related efforts has expanded, we have continued to track the foundation and corporate response. Specifically, in the latest year we have added hundreds of new donors to our 9/11 database and thousands of individual gifts. This report provides an overview of 9/11 giving by institutional donors based on data compiled through September 2003, updating and expanding on the findings presented in our November 2002 report.2 The latest information was drawn primarily from 2001 and 2002 annual reports provided by foundation and corporate donors and from data reported by private foundations in their Form 990-PF tax returns. Information also comes from grantmaker news releases and Web sites and donor lists compiled by leading recipients, such as the September 11th Fund of the United Way of New York and the New York Community Trust and the American Red Cross.
F O L L O W I N G THE DEATH of Osama Bin Laden, many American young people across the country gathered on street comers and in front of the White House, some celebrating with chants of "U-S-A" and others singing the national anthem. Press coverage of the youthñil celebrators, many of them part of Generation Y or the Millennial Generation, renamed these young people the "9/11 Generation."' Newspaper accounts following Bin Laden's demise discuss him as "the common evil" that the Millennial Generation faced in much the same way as their grandparents had faced Hitler.2 One student remarks that Bin Laden's death is "the defining moment" of his generation.^ Nine-eleven, it appears, is a memorable moment for this generation. Over nine years earlier, on September 11, 2001,1 was also concemed about how young people would come to understand what came to be called "9/11." After spending the moming of September 11, 2001 watching television as the Twin Towers in New York collapsed, I arrived on campus to teach my lower-division history class, and was immediately informed that classes were cancelled for the day because of the "evil attacks." Since I regularly tell my students that "evil" is not a useful analytic term for the writing and understanding of history, I devised a questionnaire for my History 101 students to assess their understanding of the event." The History Teacher
The design of FM receivers for broadcast reception are generally low-cost single conversion designs. The system comprises the front end, the IF amplifier plus limiter, and the detection stage. The latter two are nowadays almost always part of an integrated circuit to reduce costs. Until about the early 1990s the FM front end has always been constructed using two transistors. In a bid to further reduce costs and make the design simpler to manufacture, various manufacturers had begun to offer integrated circuits that provide a complete FM front end with just the addition of external tuned circuits. From about the mid 1990s and to the present day, semiconductor vendors have offered even greater integration, with a complete FM-AM receiver in a single chip, including a 1-watt audio amplifier, requiring minimal external circuitry. However the complete end-to-end analog design is meeting its end, as everything is moving to digital broadcasting. Nonetheless the techniques presented here remain valid, regardless of whether the radio carries analog audio or digital bitstreams. The following describes in detail, designs used for virtually all mass-produced radio sets,...
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The Quick Capper QC100 system includes a professional quality lever operated electric assembly torque driver unit. The torque is easily adjusted from 2 to 17 inch-lbs, by an external torque dial. It operates on standard 110 VAC, or 240 VAC power with a Speed Controlling DC Power Supply which eliminates the need for an air compressor.
Merico (Rico) Fantigrossi retired from the United States Marine Corps in November of 1991, after serving his country honorably in both war and peace for over twenty-six years. Upon his retirement, he returned to his hometown-Rochester, New York. While waiting for an opportunity in law enforcement, he took a position as an automobile salesman for Gabrielle Ford, in Churchville, New York, a suburb of Rochester. What began as a temporary job, soon developed into a permanent and very successful career. Rico consistently rose to the top of the sales team in sales, gross per unit, customer satisfaction, and both repeat and referral business. After eighteen successful months as a salesman, he moved rapidly in the dealership, from deal closer and assistant manager to desk manager and back-up F&I manager.
Poo-Chi will play the best on a smooth, flat surface. Make certain that the area is clear of obstacles so Poo-Chi can stand, sit and dance on his tiptoes! Poo-Chi should be played indoors. POO-CHI’S SENSORS Poo-Chi is very unpredictable. Activate one of Poo-Chi’s sensors to see what he will do! Poo-Chi has three sensors: light sensor, sound sensor and a touch sensor. To activate the LIGHT sensor: - WAIT until Poo-Chi stops moving. - Slowly pass your hand in front of Poo-Chi’s nose. - When you move your hand away from Poo-Chi’s nose, Poo-Chi will respond. Poo-Chi, the Interactive Puppy, is a new type of friend! Poo-Chi expresses his emotions through his bright expressive eyes, flapping ears and wagging tail. Enjoy hours of playful singing, fun dancing and real puppy sounds. Poo-Chi uses advanced technology to create realistic emotional responses that adapt and change as you play with him. The more you play with Poo-Chi, the happier he becomes – he may even sing a special song for you! CHECKLIST The following items are included in this package: 1 – Poo-Chi, the Interactive Puppy 1 – Poo-Chi bone If anything is missing, please contact the Tiger Electronics’ Customer 1 – Instruction manual Service department and they will send you any missing item. TOUCH SENSOR To activate the SOUND sensor: - WAIT until Poo-Chi stops moving. - Simply clap your hands or make a loud sound. Poo-Chi will respond.