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Bandanas Sizes According to Dog Breeds - Bandanas Unlimited

Bandanas Sizes Sorted by Dog Breeds This chart is to be used as reference guide only, sizes may vary. Breed Affenpincher Afghan Airedale Akbash Akita Alaskan Malamute Am Staffordshire Terrier American Bulldog American Cocker American Eskimo Dog American Pit Bull American Water Spaniel Argentine Dogo Australian Cattle Australian Kelpie Australian Shepherd Australian Terrier Bandanas Size Small Large Large Xlarge - XXLarge XLarge XLarge Large Large Large Large Large Large Large Large Large - XLarge Large Medium Basenji Basset Hound Beagle Bearded Collie Beauceron Bedlington Terrier Belgian Sheepdog Belgian Tervuren Bichon Frise Black Russian Terrier Bloodhound Blue Picardy Spaniel Bolognese Border Collie Border Terrier Borzoi Boston Terrier Bouvier Boxer Briard Brittany Spaniel Brussels Griffon Bull Terrier Bulldog Bullmastiff Medium Large Medium Large Large - XLarge Medium Large - XLarge Large - XLarge Medium XLarge - XXLarge Large Large Medium Large Medium Large Medium Large - XLarge Large Large Medium Small - Medium Large Large XLarge - XXLarge Cairn Canaan Dog Canadian Eskimo Cane Corso Cardigan Welsh Corgi Catahoula Leopard Dog Caucasian Ovcharka Cavalier King Charles Cesky Terrier Chesapeake Bay Chihuahua Chinese Crested Chinese Shar-Pei Chow-Chow Clumber Spaniel Cock-A-Poo Medium Large XLarge Large - XLarge Medium Large XLarge - XXLarge Medium Medium Large Toy - Small Small - Medium Large XLarge Large Medium Breed Karelian Bear Dog Keeshond Kerry Blue King Charles Spaniel Kleiner Munsterlander Vorstehund Komondor Kuvasz Bandanas Size Large - XLarge Large - XLarge Large Medium Large XLarge XLarge Lab A Doodle Labrador Labrador Mix Lagotto Romagnolo Lakeland Large Mix Leonberger Lhasa Apso Lhasa Mix Lhasa Poo Long Coat Chihuahua Lowchen Large Large Large Large Large Large Large - XLarge Medium Large Medium - Large Small - Medium Medium Malamute Malinois Maltese Maltese Poodle Manchester Terrier Standard Manchester Terrier Toy Mastif Minature Australian Shepherd Minature Pinscher Minature Poodle Minature Schnauzer Large - XLarge Large Small - Medium Medium Large Toy - Medium Large - XLarge Large Small - Medium Medium Medium Neapolitan Mastiff Newfoundland Norfolk Terrier Norrbottenspets Norwegian Elkhound Norwich Terrier Nova Scotia Duck Toller Large - XXLarge XLarge - XXLarge Medium - Large Large Large - XLarge Medium - Large Large Old English Sheepdog Olde English Bulldogge Otterhound Large - XLarge Large Large Papillon Parson Russell Terrier PBGV Pekingnese Pembroke Welsh Corgi Perro de presa Canario Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen Pharaoh Hound Pointer Polish Lowland Sheepdog Pomeranian Poodle Miniature Portuguese Water Dog-Lion Pug Puli Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium - Large Large - XLarge Medium Large Large Large - XLarge Medium Medium Large Medium Large - XLarge Cocker Collie Coonhound Coton De Tulear Curly Coated Retriever Large Large - XLarge Medium Medium Large Dachshund Dalmatian Dandie Dinmond Doberman Dogue De Bordeaux Dutch Sheepdog Small Large Medium Large Large - XLarge Large - XLarge English Cocker English Setter English Shepherd English Springer English Toy Spaniel Entlebucher Mountain Dog Eurasier Large Large Large - XLarge Large Medium Large - XLarge Large - XLarge Field Spaniel Finnish Spitz Flat-Coated Retreiver Fox Terrier Smooth Foxhound -American Foxhound -English French Bulldog French Spaniel Large Large Large Medium Medium Medium Medium Large German Pinscher German Shepherd German Shorthaired Pointer German Wire-Haired Pointer Giant Schnauzer Golden Retreiver Goldiepoo Gordon Setter Great Dane Great Pyrenees Greater Swiss Mountain Dog Greyhound Griffon (Wire-haired pointer) Medium Large - XLarge Large Large Large - XLarge Large - XLarge Large Large Large - XXLarge Large - XLarge Large - XLarge Medium - Large Medium Harrier Havanese Hovawart Husky Husky Cross Large Medium Large - XLarge Large Large Ibizan Hound Iceland Dog Irish Setter Irish Terrier Irish Warter Spaniel Irish Wolfhound Italian Greyhound Medium - Large Medium - Large Large Large Large XLarge - XXLarge Medium - Large Jack Russel Japanese Spaniel Small - Medium Medium Rhodesian Ridgeback Rottweiler Large Large - XLarge Irish Red & White Setter Large Saluki Samoyed Sarplaninac Schapendoes Schipperke Scottish Deerhound Scottish Terrier SCWT Sealyham Shar Pei Shelie Shepherd Dog Shiba Inu Shih Tsu Shikoku Shiloh Shepherd Siberian Huski Silky Terrier Skye Terrier Smooth Coat Chihuahua Smooth Fox Terrier South African Boerboel Spanish Mastiff Spinone Italiano Spitz Springer Spaniel St. Bernard Staffordshire Terrier Standard Poodle Sussex Spaniel Swedish Vallhund Large XLarge - XXLarge XLarge - XXLarge Large Large Large - XLarge Medium Large Medium Medium - Large Large XLarge - XXLarge Medium Medium Large - XLarge Large - XLarge Large - XLarge Small - Medium Medium Toy - Medium Medium XLarge - XXLarge Large - XLarge Large - XLarge Large Large XLarge - XXLarge Large Large Medium - Large Medium - Large Tibetan Mastiff Tibetan Spaniel Tibetan Terrier Tosu Inu Toy Fox Terrier Toy Poodle XLarge - XXLarge Medium Medium Large - XLarge Small - Medium Medium Viszla Large Weimaraner Welsh Springer Spaniel Welsh Terrier West Highland White Wheaten Terrier Whippet Wire Fox Terrier Large Large Large Medium Large Medium Medium Xoloitzcuintli Large Yorkshire Terrier Yugoslavian Toy - Medium

Interventional Cardiology Devices Market worth

The global vascular interventional devices market consist of devices used in both coronary and peripheral endovascular procedures which includes balloons, EVAR stent grafts, IVC filters, IVUS & angiography catheters, plaque modification devices, hemodynamic flow alteration devices and accessory devices. The interventional cardiology devices market was valued at $8.7 billion in 2011 and is poised to grow at a CAGR of 7.8% to reach $12.7 billion by 2016.

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Potensi bencana alam yang tinggi pada dasarnya tidak lebih dari sekedar refleksi fenomena alam yang secara geografis sangat khas untuk wilayah tanah air kita. Indonesia merupakan Negara kepulauan tempat dimana tiga lempeng besar dunia bertemu, yaitu: lempeng Indo-Australia, Eurasia dan Pasifik. Interaksi antar lempeng-lempeng tersebut lebih lanjut menempatkan Indonesia sebagai wilayah yang memiliki aktivitas kegunungapian dan kegempaan yang cukup tinggi. Lebih dari itu, proses dinamika lempeng yang cukup intensif juga telah membentuk relief permukaan bumi yang khas dan cukup bervariasi, dari wilayah pegunungan dengan lereng-lerengnya yang curam dan seakan menyiratkan potensi longsor yang tinggi hingga wilayah yang landai sepanjang pantai dengan potensi ancaman banjir, penurunan tanah dan tsunaminya (Sadisun, 2005-2006). Berbagai potensi bencana alam yang mungkin timbul sudah sebaiknya harus kita kenal agar karakter bahaya alam tersebut dapat kita minimalkan dampaknya. Selain itu, potensi bencana alam ini telah diperparah oleh beberapa permasalahan lain yang muncul di tanah air kita yang memicu peningkatan kerentanannya. Laju pertumbuhan penduduk yang sangat tinggi merupakan salah satu contoh nyata, sehingga akan banyak membutuhkan kawasan-kawasan hunian baru yang pada akhirnya kawasan hunian tersebut akan terus berkembang dan menyebar hingga mencapai wilayah-wilayah marginal yang tidak selayaknya dihuni. Tidak tertib dan tepatnya perencanaan tata guna lahan, sebagai inti dari permasalahan ini merupakan faktor utama yang menyebabkan adanya peningkatan kerentanan. Peningkatan kerentanan ini akan lebih diperparah bila masyarakat sama sekali tidak menyadari dan tanggap terhadap adanya potensi bencana alam di daerahnya. Pengalaman memperlihatkan bahwa kejadian-kejadian bencana alam selama ini telah banyak menimbulkan kerugian dan penderitaan yang cukup berat sebagai akibat dari perpaduan bahaya alam dan kompleksitas permasalahan lainnya. Untuk itu diperlukan upaya-upaya yang komprehensif untuk mengurangi resiko bencana alam, antara lain yaitu dengan melakukan kegiatan migitasi. Bencana (disaster) merupakan fenomena sosial akibat kolektif atas komponen bahaya (hazard) yang berupa fenomena alam/buatan di satu pihak, dengan kerentanan (vulnerability) komunitas di pihak lain. Bencana terjadi apabila komunitas mempunyai tingkat kapasitas/kemampuan yang lebih rendah dibanding dengan tingkat bahaya yang mungkin terjadi padanya. Misalnya, letusan G. Merapi dan bahaya lainnya gempa bumi, banjir, gerakan tanah, dan lainnya tidak akan sertamerta menjadi bencana apabila komunitas memiliki kapasitas mengelola bahaya. Bencana cenderung terjadi pada komunitas yang rentan, dan akan membuat komunitas semakin rentan. Kerentanan komunitas diawali oleh kondisi lingkungan fisik, sosial, dan ekonomi yang tidak aman (unsave conditions) yang melekat padanya. Kondisi tidak aman tersebut terjadi oleh tekanan dinamis internal maupun eksternal (dynamic pressures), misalnya di komunitas institusi lokal tidak berkembang dan ketrampilan tepat guna tidak dimiliki. Tekanan dinamis terjadi karena terdapat akar permasalahan (root causes) yang menyertainya. Akar permasalahan internal umumnya karena komunitas tidak mempunyai akses sumberdaya, struktur dan kekuasaan, sedang secara eksternal karena sistem politik dan ekonomi yang tidak tepat. Oleh karenanya penanganan bencana perlu dilakukan secara menyeluruh dengan meningkatkan kapasitas dan menangani akar permasalahan untuk mereduksi resiko secara total. Siklus penanggulangan bencana yang perlu dilakukan secara utuh. Upaya pencegahan (prevention) terhadap munculnya dampak adalah perlakuan utama. Tsunami tidak dapat dicegah. Pencegahan dapat dilakukan pada bahaya yang manusia terlibat langsung maupun tidak langsung. Pada tsunami misalnya. Pencegahan dapat dilakukan rakyat dengan membuat bendung penahan ombak, bangunan panggung tahan ombak, penataan ruang dan sebagainya. Agar tidak terjadi jebolnya tanggul, maka perlu disusun save procedure dan kontrol terhadap kepatuhan perlakuan. Walaupun pencegahan sudah dilakukan, sementara peluang adanya kejadian masih ada, maka perlu dilakukan upaya-upaya mitigasi...

Cutting Heads & Blades Selection Chart

Cutting Heads & Blades Selection Chart Trimmer Line Diameters Standard Optional STIHL SuperCut™ head: STIHL SuperCut™ 20-2 4002 710 2184 .095" — Fully automatic, double nylon line is automatically kept at the proper cutting length. STIHL SuperCut™ 40-2 4003 710 2142 .095" AUTOCUT 5-2 4006 710 2103 .080" .095" ⅷ 5-2 4006 710 2106 .080" — ⅷ 25-2 4002 710 2196 .095" — AUTOCUT 11-2 4004 710 2192 .095" AUTOCUT 25-2 4002 710 2191 .095" .105" AUTOCUT® 30-2 4002 710 2187 .095" .105" AUTOCUT® 40-2 4003 710 2189 .095" FS 250 FS 250 R — FS 310 FS 350 FS 450 K FS 550 .080" ® FS 90 FS 110 FS 130 FSB-KM FS-KM ⅷ AUTOCUT® C KM 90 R KM 110 R FS 100 KM 130 R FS 110 * Trimmers equipped with loop handles. For models which are/were available with optional handles, “R” denotes loop handle version. ⅷ AUTOCUT® C FS 80 FS 80 R FS 90 R FS 110 R FS 130 R — AUTOCUT® head: LIGHT GRASS TRIMMERS Part Number Double line for trimming and mowing. Nylon line is fed automatically by TapAction™. New AUTOCUT® 5-2 C EasySpool™ version available. ® ® FSE 60* FS 40 C-E FS 45* FS 55 FS 46* FS 56 C-E Head/Blade Type FS 55 R, 55 RC-E FS 56 RC-E FS 70 RC-E KM 55 R, 55 RC-E KM 56 RC-E

STIHL Cutting Heads and Blades Selection Chart

* Trimmers equipped with loop handles. For models that are available with optional handles, “R” and “RT” denote loop handle versions. Always equip unit with proper handle, deflector (or limit stop) and harness for cutting attachment. See STIHL Cutting Attachments catalog and instruction manual for detailed information. ⓦ Approved for use with designated unit as originally equipped. ⓦ Approved for use with loop handle only if equipped with barrier bar (4130 791 4400), deflector kit (4119 007 1013) and a single or double shoulder harness. ! Approved for use with bike handle, double shoulder harness and limit stop. Standard STIHL SuperCut™ STIHL SuperCut™ AUTOCUT ® AUTOCUT ® C AUTOCUT ® C AUTOCUT ® AUTOCUT ® AUTOCUT ® AUTOCUT ® AUTOCUT ® FixCut™ FixCut™ TrimCut™ TrimCut™ TrimCut™ STIHL PolyCut™ STIHL PolyCut™ STIHL PolyCut™ STIHL PolyCut™ Grass-4 Grass-4 Grass-8 Grass-8 Brush Knife – 250 mm Brush Knife – 300 mm Brush Knife – 350 mm Scratcher – 200 mm Scratcher – 200 mm Scratcher – 225 mm Scratcher – 250 mm Chisel – 200 mm Chisel – 200 mm Chisel – 225 mm FSE 60*

FS 160, FS 180 - Stihl
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Sharpening the Circular Saw Blade 200. (Chisel Tooth). Sharpening the Brush Knife. Ftewind starter. Maintenance Chart. Specifications. Explanation of used ...

Cutting Heads & Blades Selection Chart - Stihl

(0. Cutting Head Part Numbers. FS 55 R. FS 55 RC-E FS 90 F8 $0. FS 55 F8 $ RC-E F8110 R FS till 1111 F5110 FS 310 FS 360 C-E C-Ellll. FS 51] C-E F856 ...

Everyday Healthy Meals Cookbook - Champions for Change

Be a Champion for Change in Your Kitchen You can become a Champion for Change for your family by making meals and snacks packed with plenty of fruits and vegetables and making sure your family is physically active every day. Eating the right amount of fruits and vegetables as part of a lowfat, high fiber diet may lower your risk of serious problems like obesity, type 2 diabetes, heart disease, stroke, and certain types of cancer. The amount of fruits and vegetables that is right for you depends on your age, gender, and physical activity level. View the Recommended Cups of Fruits and Vegetables chart on pages 4 and 5 to find out how many cups of fruits and vegetables each person in your family needs. Don’t forget to be active, too! Being physically active gives you more energy. It helps lower stress. And, it helps you keep a healthy body weight. To take care of your health and lower the risk of serious health problems, you need at least 30 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity every day (like dancing, walking, or doing yard work). Children need at least 60 minutes of physical activity every day. Start using these low-cost, easy-to-make recipes today to keep your family healthy and happy! For more information about the Network for a Healthy California, call 1-888-328-3483 or visit us at www.cachampionsforchange.net.

DVG-6004S VOIP Gateway User Manual - D-Link

The stand-alone VoIP Gateway carries both voice and facsimile over the IP network. It supports SIP industry standard call control protocol to be compatible with free registration services or VoIP service providers’ systems. It works in two different modes: UA (User Agent) or Server. As a standard user agent, it is compatible to all well-known Soft Switches and SIP proxy servers. While running the optional server software, the gateway can be configured to establish a private VoIP network over the Internet without a 3rd party SIP Proxy Server. The gateway can be seamlessly integrated to existing network by connecting to a phone set, PBX, key telephone system, fax machine or PSTN line. With only a broadband connection such as ADSL bridge/router, Cable Modem or leased line router, it allows you to gain access to voice and fax services over the IP in order to reduce the cost of international and long distance calls. In addition, the in-built 4 ports Ethernet switch supports comprehensive Internet gateway functions to accommodate other PCs or IP devices to share the same broadband stream. QoS function allows voice and data traffic to flow through where voice traffic is transmitted in the highest priority. With TOS bit enabled, it guarantees voice packets to have first priority to pass through a TOS enabled router. With the support of DDNS, it makes the gateway reachable by its domain name where the ISP dynamically assigns the IP address. It helps users to host a web site or mail server in a PPPoE or DHCP network. By enabling the CDR function & setting up a simple server, administrators are allowed to log in and view all call records such as call duration, time and date of calls and latency. The gateway can be assigned with a fixed IP address or by DHCP, PPPoE. It adopts the G.711, G.726, G.729A or G.723.1 voice compression format to save the network bandwidth while providing real-time and toll quality voice. In addition, in the event that the power supply fails or Internet connection is lost, the gateway can automatically divert the FXS end to the PSTN network on the FXO port so users can still use the conventional PSTN line to make calls. This feature is especially useful while dialing emergency calls (i.e. 911)

Quartus II Introduction Using Schematic Design - FTP - Altera

This tutorial presents an introduction to the Quartus R II CAD system. It gives a general overview of a typical CAD flow for designing circuits that are implemented by using FPGA devices, and shows how this flow is realized in the Quartus II software. The design process is illustrated by giving step-by-step instructions for using the Quartus II software to implement a very simple circuit in an Altera FPGA device. The Quartus II system includes full support for all of the popular methods of entering a description of the desired circuit into a CAD system. This tutorial makes use of the schematic design entry method, in which the user draws a graphical diagram of the circuit. Two other versions of this tutorial are also available, which use the Verilog and VHDL hardware description languages, respectively. The last step in the design process involves configuring the designed circuit in an actual FPGA device. To show how this is done, it is assumed that the user has access to the Altera DE2 Development and Education board connected to a computer that has Quartus II software installed. A reader who does not have access to the DE2 board will still find the tutorial useful to learn how the FPGA programming and configuration task is performed. The screen captures in the tutorial were obtained using the Quartus II version 8.0; if other versions of the software are used, some of the images may be slightly different. Contents: Typical CAD Flow Getting Started Starting a New Project Schematic Design Entry Compiling the Design Pin Assignment Simulating the Designed Circuit Programming and Configuring the FPGA Device Testing the Designed Circuit 1 Computer Aided Design (CAD) software makes it easy to implement a desired logic circuit by using a programmable logic device, such as a field-programmable gate array (FPGA) chip. A typical FPGA CAD flow is illustrated in Figure 1.

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