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Hotel Development in NYC pment in NYC: 2011 ... - NYC & Company

New York City’s dynamic hotel industry is ever changing. New properties are still being added to the City’s inventory of hote hotels across all five boroughs and property types. Repurposed landmark buildings are undergoing architectural and green renovations to become destination hotels in destination neighborhoods from Harlem and the Bronx to Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn. Boutiques and select service brands are making more and more neighborhoods attractive for visitors seeking a hotel to match their lifestyle, type of travel and budget. The summer and early autumn have seen the unveiling of many renovated and revitalized properties around the city. These th include The Novotel with great access to Times Square; The Benjamin, a luxury boutique on E. 50 Street; The Lexington Hotel, The Hilton Times Square where all 460 guest rooms have been reimagined at the upscale full service hotel; the 86-year th old but now brand new Park Central Hotel on 7 Avenue as well as the NYLO a completely renovated new brand on the Upp Upper Westside. On the horizon in early 2014 as well is the re opening of the totally renovated Loews Regency on Park Avenue. re-opening Nevertheless, new building still predominates in the recent openings and looking out to the future. Luxury, boutique and lifestyle hotel brands, some new and some quite well known, are planning to take their place among NYC’s hotels. All five boroughs are represented in this list with expansions, new ideas, and new opportunities especially in The Bronx and Staten Island. This report covers over 100 properties that have opened since the beginning of 2013 or are under development through 2016. With an average of 94,000 rooms in active inventory in October the city will reach 99,000 by year end and breach the 110,000 mark by the end of 2016. In this report we have added information on 24 new developments representing over 3,600 new rooms. Again the other boroughs are represented with multiple properties coming up in Staten Island, The Bronx, Brooklyn and Queens. Fully one-quarter of the new projects are slated for the boroughs. Three projects are in the works in the Bronx ter that cover new buildings and conversions. Brands and boutiques continue to find Queens attractive as business and leisure travelers find it an ideal location for their NYC visit. Brooklyn’s diverse neighborhoods are also the site of new developments including new hotels for Brooklyn Heights, the BAM Arts District, DUMBO, Williamsburg and near the new Barclay Arena. Barclays ...

Resume Samples - CCO - Purdue University

The resumes below are provided as examples to help you create your own resume. 1. Freshman Resume Sample – Page 2 2. Athlete Resume Sample – Page 3 3. Nursing Resume Sample – Page 4 4. John Purdue, Freshman Year – Page 6 5. John Purdue, Sophomore Year – Page 7 6. John Purdue, Junior Year – Page 8 7. John Purdue, Senior Year – Page 9 8. Functional Resume Sample – Page 10 Barbara Cook bcook@purdue.edu Present Address 2243 U.S. HWY.52 W West Lafayette, IN 47906 Permanent Address 789 Boiler Street Michigan City, Indiana 46360 Objective: To obtain an entry level position or internship for the summer, fall or winter Education: Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN May 2015 Bachelor of Science in Movement and Sports Sciences Minor: Organization Leadership and Supervision Sparkman High School, Harvest, AL, May 2011 Professional Experience: John Purdue Club, Host/Intern, West Lafayette, IN August 2011-Present  Conducted research on current members  Brainstormed and planned John Purdue Club events  Updated biographical information on current members through email and phone interviews Mary Kay, Independent Consultant, Michigan City, IN October 2009-July 2011  Sold products totaling $1000 in a single event  Advertised events through word of mouth to regular receive 25 people at each event. Eddy’s Neighborhood Bar and Grill, Waitress, Michigan City, IN  Trained new employees to handle restaurant transactions  Provided quality service to satisfy the needs of customers  Audited orders to ensure order accuracy June 2010-August 2010 Ashraf H. Hanna, Receptionist, Michigan City, IN May 2009-August 2009  Assessed patients’ well-being by testing vital signs and asking questions  Created a computerized system of patients’ charts by making all paper charts electronic  Properly answered medical questions in person and on the phone Activities and Honors Student Leadership Retreat Lafayette Urban Ministry (volunteer) 2007 U.S. Open Swim (volunteer) 2006 A.H. Ismail Center (volunteer) 2006 Certified Red Cross Volunteer President Education Award Purdue Pete ppete@purdue.edu (765) 123-4567 Current Address: 000 Andrew Place Apt ABC West Lafayette, IN 47906 OBJECTIVE: Permanent Address: 9999 Indian Wells Tr. Town, OH 45385 To obtain a full time position to employ engineering concepts, critical thinking techniques, and structural knowledge. EDUCATION: Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering: May 2012 TECHNICAL SKILLS: AutoCAD: 2D and 3D design and drafting IronCAD: 3D Solid modeling MATLAB: Programming tool used to solve complex calculations INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS: Purdue University, Division I Varsity Football Team Awarded a full, endowed scholarship      2010-Present Fall 2011 Devoted 35+ hours per week to athletics in addition to holding a full time student standing Exercised leadership skills along with practicing self-discipline on and off the field Practiced excellent teamwork skills and a strong work ethic by promoting comraderie Reacted to complex situations quickly and effectively Implemented large amounts of commitment and responsibility towards fellow players and coaches through genuine respect and dedication WORK EXPERIENCE: Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex, Lafayette, IN  Consulted with and helped promote multiple group functions  Motivated employees to create a more productive work environment Rowden Lawn Care, Bellbrook, OH  Delegated tasks and oversaw 3 employees  Ensured client satisfaction through effective communication COMMUNITY SERVICE:  Gentle Giants: Read stories and interacted with elementary school kids  Shoes for Haiti: Collected and donated shoes for kids and adults in Haiti  Toys for Tots: Helped organize and collect toys for children overseas May-August 2011 May-August 2008 May 2010 April 2009 March 2008 Emily Mauzy Vogel Current Address 123 North Street West Lafayette, IN 47906 cook@purdue.edu 123.456.789 Permanent Address 456 University Lane Schaumburg, IL 60168 Objective: To obtain a full time position as a Registered Nurse in a neonatal intensive care unit Education Purdue University, School of Nursing Bachelor of Science, Major: Nursing, May 2012 GPA: 3.80 / 4.00 (Dean’s each semester) West Lafayette, IN Neonatal Nursing Experience Community Hospital North Indianapolis, IN Clinical experience for class Nursing 409: Senior Capstone July 2011 - Current Devoted 100 hours in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit while assisting a Registered Nurse Completed physical assessments of neonates and provided other patient needs under the direct guidance of Registered Nurse Northwestern Memorial Hospital Student Nurse Extern Worked alongside a Registered Nurse on a general medicine floor for 8 weeks Observed in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit for one twelve hour shift Chicago, IL June 2011- July 2011 Community Hospital North Indianapolis, IN Clinical experience for class Nursing 312: Nursing of Childbearing Families August 2010 - December 2010 Provided physical assessments of laboring and postpartum mothers and cared for newborn infants Observed in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Indianapolis Sanatorio Sudeste Marcos Juarez, Argentina Volunteer December 2010 Watched a caesarian section at a hospital in a rural town in Argentina and performed newborn assessment Adjusted to cultural differences and learned to appreciate the healthcare available in the United States Leadership Experience Heritage Nursing Home West Lafayette, IN Clinical experience for class Nursing 437: Clinical Leadership Development August 2010 - May 2011 Conducted prioritizing activities with sophomore students on how manage their patient assignments Acted as a role model for therapeutic communication and safe care Purdue University School of Nursing Student Council West Lafayette, IN President (Fall 2010), Secretary (Fall 2009- Spring 2010) and Student Representative (Fall 2008 - Spring 2009) Organized a variety of social functions for Nursing students, such as the Freshman Picnic and the Nurses’ Ball Solicit ideas and opinions from the Nursing student body and present those ideas and opinions to the council Purdue University College of Health and Human Sciences Ambassador West Lafayette, IN Member August 2011 - Current Act as a representative of the Nursing student body at official University functions Interact with potential students to encourage enrollment in the College of Health and Human Sciences Purdue University School of Nursing Ambassador West Lafayette, IN Member August 2010 - Current Serve as a representative of the Nursing student body at official Nursing School and University functions Converse with potential and current Nursing students, Nursing faculty and staff, and Nursing alumnae at various functions Purdue Student Nurses Association at Purdue University West Lafayette, IN Vice President (Fall 2010) August 2008 - Current Attended various presentations by guest speakers to discuss topics related to nursing and various fields of nursing practice Other Nursing & Clinical Experience Northwestern Memorial Hospital Chicago, IL Patient Care Technician August 2011- Current Individually assigned to care for ten patients on general medicine floor Assessed vital signs, checked blood sugars, performed phlebotomy and EKG’s and other patient needs and record results on electronic charts Chicago Marathon Chicago, IL Student Nurse Volunteer October 2010 Cared for runners with hypothermia, cramps, sprained ankles, and sore knees at one of the Medical Tents located at the finish line Logansport State Hospital Clinical experience for class Nursing 304: Psychosocial Nursing Logansport, IN January 2011- May 2011 ...

PhD Sample Resume - University of Delaware

Name Address Phone Email RESEARCH INTERESTS Distribute Systems Control Robust Decentralization Control Mechantronics and Artificial Intelligence Optimization and Robust Control Robotics and Control Precision Engineering Intelligent Control Metrology Automation Applied Nonlinear Control System Identification Vibration Analysis and Control TEACHING INTERESTS Kinematics and Dynamics Feedback Control Mechatronics Nonlinear Control Introduction to Robotics Vibration Analysis and Control Optimization and System Identification Robust Control EDUCATION Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, University of Delaware, 2003 Dissertation Title: Modeling and Control of a Flexible Cable System Overall GPA: 3.43/4.0. Major GPA: 3.52 M.S. in Precision Instrument Engineering, Tianjin University, 2000 Thesis Title: A Novel Design of Highway Retroreflector Measurement Devise. Overall GPA: 82.35/100. Major GPA: 87.1/100 B.S. in Precision Instrument Engineering, Tianjin University, 1994 Thesis Title: Research on the Microcomputer Controlled Pressure Measuring System. B.A. minor in Humanities and Social Sciences, Tianjin University, 1994 Thesis Title: The Position of Futurology in the History of Western Philosophy. RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Research Assistant, University of Delaware, 2002-2003 • Developed the model for compliant cable systems with varying cable lengths. • Designed a Lyapunov controller to suppress the vibration of cables. The controller guaranteed the stability of the system and assured the goal of the slider. • Designed a robust controller on the experimentally identified model using H control and LQG/miniMax methodology. • Conducted experiments on flexible six order-of-freedom cable suspended robots using dSPACE 1103 systems with real-time workshop, where the differential flatness theory was applied to calculate the positive tension inputs. • Designed an EKG measurement device for laboratory instruments class. Intern Researcher, Australia Defense Force Academy, 2002 • Designed and successfully implemented robust controller for a flexible cable transporter system, and dramatically reduced the residual vibration. • Derived the model of flexible cable systems using subspace identification t theory. NAME Page 2 of 6 Research Assistant, Tianjin University 1997-2000 • Designed an automatic retroreflector measuring device including mechanical design, electrical circuit design, and optical system for highway applications. • Directed two undergraduate students’ research and supervised their thesis. • Composed the funding proposals which amounted to $50,000. • Taught undergraduate class, supervised experiments and graded assignments. TEACHING EXPERIENCE Graduate Assistant, Mechanical Engineering, University of Delaware, 2001-2001. • Maintained the homepage for the department, using HTML/mSQL languages. • Led group discussions, prepared the experiment instrumentation, graded their assignments, and video recording presentations for the senior design 2000 class. Assistant Lecturer for introductory electronics experiment, Tianjin University • Preparation of the experimental procedure, setup of the experimental apparatus, providing the introduction of the experiment, responding to their questions they encountered in the experiment, and grading their reports. • Students rated my lecture 4.5 out of 5 point scale. INDUSTRIAL EXPERIENCE Intern Software Engineer, Zhongxing Communication Inc, Shanghai, 2000. • Developed one module of switchboard software for fee-charging purpose. Project Leader, Daewoo Company, Seoul, 1996-1997. • Directed and administrated the training process of a fifteen-member group. • Exhibited leadership while enhancing teamwork to achieve stated goals. Mechanical Design Engineer, Qingdao Brown-Sharpe Inc., 1994-1996. • Conceptualized and designed prototype of Coordinate Measuring Machine. • Conducted FEM/FEA of the frame and the outer cover of the CMMs. • Enhanced the frame rigidity and the measurement accuracy dramatically by proposing novel ideas and improving previous design. COMPUTER SKILLS Operating Systems: Computer Languages: Scientific Applications: Technical Drawing: Office Applications: Internet Development: Database: ...

Manual de funciones del iPod shuffle - Support - Apple

Nociones básicas sobre el iPod shuffle 1 Enhorabuena por la adquisición de un iPod shuffle. Lea este capítulo para descubrir las funciones del iPod shuffle, aprender a utilizar sus controles y obtener otras informaciones de interés. Para usar el iPod shuffle, primero debe guardar sus canciones y otros archivos de audio en el ordenador y luego cargarlos en el reproductor. Use el iPod shuffle para: Â Cargar canciones para poder escucharlas vaya a donde vaya. Â Escuchar podcasts, emisiones al estilo radiofónico que pueden descargarse de Internet. Â Escuchar audiolibros adquiridos en la tienda iTunes Store o en audible.com. Â Guardar archivos u otro tipo de datos (o bien crear copias de seguridad de ellos) usando el iPod shuffle como disco externo. 3 Visión general del iPod shuffle Puerto de auriculares Indicador luminoso de estado Botón de reproducción/pausa Botón para elevar el volumen Botón de retroceso/anterior Botón de avance rápido/siguiente Botón para reducir el volumen Botón de encendido OFF Indicador luminoso de estado inferior Botón de reproducción aleatoria Cómo usar los controles del iPod shuffle Los sencillos controles del iPod shuffle le permitirán reproducir canciones, audiolibros y podcasts fácilmente. Para Haga lo siguiente Encender o apagar el iPod shuffle Deslice el botón de encendido (la luz verde indica que el iPod shuffle está encendido). Reproducir Pulse el botón de reproducción/pausa (’). Poner en pausa la reproducción Pulse el botón de reproducción/pausa (’). Ajustar el volumen Pulse los botones para subir (∂ ) o bajar (D) el volumen. Ajustar el orden de la reproducción Deslice el botón de reproducción aleatoria (¡ para reproducir las canciones en orden aleatorio, ⁄ para reproducirlas en orden secuencial). Pasar a la siguiente pista Pulse el botón de avance rápido/siguiente (‘). Volver a escuchar una pista Pulse el botón de retroceso/anterior (]). Reproducir la pista anterior Pulse el botón de retroceso/anterior (]) dos veces. Ir a la primera pista Pulse el botón de reproducción/pausa (’) rápidamente tres veces. Avanzar o retroceder rápidamente Mantenga pulsado el botón de avance rápido/siguiente (‘) o el de retroceso/anterior (]). Desactivar los botones del iPod shuffle (para que no ocurra nada si se pulsan accidentalmente) 4 Pulse el botón de reproducción/pausa (’) durante tres segundos (hasta que el indicador luminoso de estado parpadee en naranja tres veces). Repita esta operación para reactivar los botones (el indicador luminoso de estado parpadea en verde tres veces). Capítulo 1 Nociones básicas sobre el iPod shuffle Para Haga lo siguiente Reiniciar el iPod shuffle (si el iPod shuffle no responde) Retire el iPod shuffle del Dock. Apáguelo, espere cinco segundos y vuelva a encenderlo. Encontrar el número de serie del iPod shuffle Mire en la muesca situada bajo el clip del iPod shuffle, o vaya a iTunes (con el iPod shuffle conectado al ordenador), seleccione el iPod shuffle en el panel Fuente y haga clic en la pestaña Ajustes. Cómo conectar y desconectar el iPod shuffle Conecte el iPod shuffle al ordenador para cargar canciones y otros archivos de audio, así como para recargar la batería. Desconecte el iPod shuffle una vez completada la descarga. Cómo conectar el iPod shuffle Para conectar el iPod shuffle al ordenador: m Conecte la base de conexión iPod shuffle Dock incluida al puerto USB del ordenador. A continuación coloque el iPod shuffle en el Dock. Nota: Conecte el Dock a un puerto USB de alta potencia para recargar la batería. Es recomendable conectarlo a un puerto USB 2.0. No utilice los puertos USB del teclado. La primera vez que conecte el iPod shuffle al ordenador, el Asistente de Configuración del iPod le ayudará a configurarlo y sincronizarlo con la biblioteca de iTunes. Importante: Una vez sincronizado con la biblioteca de iTunes de un ordenador, siempre que conecte el iPod shuffle a otro ordenador aparecerá un mensaje solicitándole si desea sincronizarlo con la biblioteca de iTunes del nuevo ordenador. Haga clic en Cancelar si no desea eliminar el contenido musical de su iPod shuffle, o bien haga clic en “Transferir compras” para conservar su contenido y copiar las canciones compradas que contenga el reproductor en la biblioteca de iTunes del nuevo ordenador. Para obtener más información, consulte la Ayuda iTunes. Capítulo 1 Nociones básicas sobre el iPod shuffle o.

Manual do Utilizador do iPod shuffle - Support - Apple

Acerca do iPod shuffle 1 Parabéns por adquirir o iPod shuffle. Leia este capítulo para conhecer as funcionalidades do iPod shuffle, aprender a utilizar os respectivos controlos e muito mais. ± AVISO: Para evitar danos físicos, leia todas as instruções de operação descritas neste manual e as informações de segurança em “Segurança e manuseamento” na página 39 antes de utilizar o iPod shuffle. Para utilizar o iPod shuffle, é necessário colocar músicas e outros ficheiros de áudio no computador e, em seguida, sincronizá-los com o iPod shuffle. Utilize o iPod shuffle para:  Sincronizar músicas e listas de reprodução para ouvir em qualquer lugar;  Ouvir podcasts, programas semelhantes a emissões de rádio, que podem ser descarregados da Internet;  Ouvir audiolivros comprados na iTunes Store ou em audible.com;  Armazenar ou criar cópias de segurança de ficheiros ou outros dados, utilizando o iPod shuffle como um disco externo. 3 O que há de novo no iPod shuffle  Auriculares Apple Earphones com controlo remoto para facilmente controlar o iPod shuffle enquanto está em movimento;  Suporte para várias listas de reprodução e audiolivros;  Uma nova funcionalidade de VoiceOver que anuncia os nomes da música e do intérprete, um menu das listas de reprodução, os audiolivros e os podcasts, o estado da bateria e outras mensagens;  Flexibilidade melhorada com a sincronização de música e de outros conteúdos do iTunes. 4 Capítulo 1 Acerca do iPod shuffle 2 Noções básicas do iPod shuffle 2 Leia este capítulo para conhecer as funcionalidades do iPod shuffle, aprender a utilizar os respectivos controlos e muito mais. O pacote do iPod shuffle inclui o iPod shuffle, os auriculares Apple Earphones com controlo remoto e um cabo USB 2.0 para ligar o iPod shuffle ao computador. Visão geral do iPod shuffle Entrada de para auricular Luz de estado Interruptor de três vias Aumentar volume Botão central Mola (no verso) Diminuir volume ...

iPod nano Guide de l'utilisateur - Support - Apple

Regulatory Compliance Information Synchronisation de photos Visionnage de photos sur l’iPod nano Suivi du temps Enregistrement de mémos vocaux Utilisation de l’iPod nano comme disque dur externe Utilisation des écouteurs avec télécommande et micro Fonctionnalités d’accès universel VoiceOver Audio mono Blanc sur noir Quelques suggestions Mise à jour et restauration du logiciel de l’iPod Informations importantes concernant la sécurité et la manipulation Table des matières 3 Vue d’ensemble de l’iPod nano 1 Présentation de l’iPod nano Baisser le volume Marche/Veille Augmenter le volume Barre d’état Icônes pour menus et apps Écran Multi-Touch Connecteur Dock Port d’écouteurs Attache Pour Procédez ainsi Allumer ou éteindre l’écran pendant que vous écoutez de la musique ou tout autre élément audio Appuyez sur le bouton Marche/Veille. Éteindre complètement l’iPod nano ou le rallumer Maintenez le bouton Marche/Veille enfoncé quelques secondes. Régler le volume pendant que vous écoutez des morceaux ou d’autres éléments multimédias Appuyez sur les boutons Augmenter le volume ou Diminuer le volume. Ces boutons contrôlent également le volume des alarmes et autres effets sonores. Accessoires Les accessoires suivants sont fournis avec l’iPod nano : Écouteurs Apple Earphones Câble Apple connecteur Dock vers USB Utilisez le câble Connecteur Dock Apple vers USB pour connecter l’iPod nano à votre ordinateur, synchroniser le contenu et recharger la batterie. Vous pouvez également utiliser l’adaptateur secteur USB Apple (disponible séparément).

Al Qaeda and Affiliates: Historical Perspective, Global Presence ...

Al Qaeda (AQ) has evolved into a significantly different terrorist organization than the one that perpetrated the September 11, 2001, attacks. At the time, Al Qaeda was composed mostly of a core cadre of veterans of the Afghan insurgency against the Soviet Union, with a centralized leadership structure made up mostly of Egyptians. Most of the organization’s plots either emanated from the top or were approved by the leadership. Some analysts describe pre-9/11 Al Qaeda as akin to a corporation, with Osama Bin Laden acting as an agile Chief Executive Officer issuing orders and soliciting ideas from subordinates. Some would argue that the Al Qaeda of that period no longer exists. Out of necessity, due to pressures from the security community, in the ensuing years it has transformed into a diffuse global network and philosophical movement composed of dispersed nodes with varying degrees of independence. The core leadership, headed by Bin Laden and Ayman al-Zawahiri, is thought to live in the mountainous tribal belt of northwest Pakistan bordering Afghanistan, where it continues to train operatives, recruit, and disseminate propaganda. But Al Qaeda franchises or affiliated groups active in countries such as Yemen and Somalia now represent critical power centers in the larger movement. Some affiliates receive money, training, and weapons; others look to the core leadership in Pakistan for strategic guidance, theological justification, and a larger narrative of global struggle. Over the past year senior government officials have assessed the trajectory of Al Qaeda to be “less centralized command and control, (with) no clear center of gravity, and likely rising and falling centers of gravity, depending on where the U.S. and the international focus is for that period.” While a degraded corporate Al Qaeda may be welcome news to many, a trend has emerged over the past few years that some view as more difficult to detect, if not potentially more lethal. The Al Qaeda network today also comprises semi-autonomous or self radicalized actors, who often have only peripheral or ephemeral ties to either the core cadre in Pakistan or affiliated groups elsewhere. According to U.S. officials Al Qaeda cells and associates are located in over 70 countries. Sometimes these individuals never leave their home country but are radicalized with the assistance of others who have traveled abroad for training and indoctrination through the use of modern technologies. In many ways, the dispersion of Al Qaeda affiliates fits into the larger strategy of Bin Laden and his associates. They have sought to serve as the vanguard of a religious movement that inspires Muslims and other individuals aspiring to join a jihadi movement to help defend and purify Islam through violent means. The name “Qaeda” means “base” or “foundation,” upon which its members hope to build a robust, geographically diverse network. Understanding the origins of Al Qaeda, its goals, current activities, and prospective future pursuits is key to developing sound U.S. strategies, policies, and programs. Appreciating the adaptive nature of Al Qaeda as a movement and the ongoing threat it projects onto U.S. global security interests assists in many facets of the national security enterprise, including securing the homeland; congressional legislative process and oversight; alignment of executive branch resources and coordination efforts; and prioritization of foreign assistance. The focus of this report is on the history of Al Qaeda, known (or attributed) actions and suspected capabilities of the organization and non-aligned entities, and an analysis of select regional Al Qaeda affiliates. This report may be updated as events warrant. Congressional Research Service Al Qaeda and Affiliates

Al Qaeda and Affiliates: Historical Perspective, Global Presence ...

Al Qaeda (AQ) has evolved into a significantly different terrorist organization than the one that perpetrated the September 11, 2001, attacks. At the time, Al Qaeda was composed mostly of a core cadre of veterans of the Afghan insurgency against the Soviets, with a centralized leadership structure, made up mostly of Egyptians. Most of the organization’s plots either emanated from the top or were approved by the leadership. Some analysts describe pre-9/11 Al Qaeda as akin to a corporation, with Osama Bin Laden acting as an agile Chief Executive Officer issuing orders and soliciting ideas from subordinates. Some would argue that the Al Qaeda of that period no longer exists. Out of necessity, due to pressures from the security community, in the ensuing years it has transformed into a diffuse global network and philosophical movement composed of dispersed nodes with varying degrees of independence. The core leadership, headed by Bin Laden and Ayman al-Zawahiri, is thought to live in the mountainous tribal belt of northwest Pakistan, where it continues to train operatives, recruit, and disseminate propaganda. But Al Qaeda franchises or affiliated groups active in countries such as Yemen and Somalia now represent critical power centers in the larger movement. Some affiliates receive money, training, and weapons; others look to the core leadership in Pakistan for strategic guidance, theological justification, and a larger narrative of global struggle. Over the past year senior government officials have assessed the trajectory of Al Qaeda to be “less centralized command and control, (with) no clear center of gravity, and likely rising and falling centers of gravity, depending on where the U.S. and the international focus is for that period.” While a degraded corporate Al Qaeda may be welcome news to many, a trend has emerged over the past few years that some view as more difficult to detect, if not potentially more lethal. The Al Qaeda network today also comprises semi-autonomous or self radicalized actors, who often have only peripheral or ephemeral ties to either the core cadre in Pakistan or affiliated groups elsewhere. According to U.S. officials Al Qaeda cells and associates are located in over 70 countries. Sometimes these individuals never leave their home country but are radicalized with the assistance of others who have traveled abroad for training and indoctrination through the use of modern technologies. In many ways, the dispersion of Al Qaeda affiliates fits into the larger strategy of Bin Laden and his associates. They have sought to serve as the vanguard of a religious movement that inspires Muslims and other individuals aspiring to join a jihadi movement to help establish a global caliphate through violent means. The name “Qaeda” means “base” or “foundation,” upon which its members hope to build a robust, geographically-diverse network. Understanding the origins of Al Qaeda, its goals, current activities, and prospective future pursuits is key to developing sound U.S. strategies, policies, and programs. Appreciating the adaptive nature of Al Qaeda as a movement and the ongoing threat it projects onto U.S. global security interests assists in many facets of the national security enterprise; including, securing the homeland, congressional legislative process and oversight, alignment of executive branch resources and coordination efforts, and prioritization of foreign assistance. The focus of this report is on the history of Al Qaeda, actions and capabilities of the organization and non-aligned entities, and an analysis of select regional Al Qaeda affiliates. This report may be updated as events warrant. Congressional Research Service Al Qaeda and Affiliates

Mobile Bars- Offering Wonderful Packages for Hen Party in Melbourne

Hen party is the best night in a girl’s life; she gets to indulge in lot of fun and wild activities with her girl gang. Now you must definitely be thinking of various hen party ideas that are fun-filled and usually theme based.

SOLICITUD DE EMPLEO ... - Primer Empleo

SOLICITUD DE EMPLEO Instrucciones: - Queda entendido que el hecho de que la Empresa reciba esta solicitud no la compromete a aceptar como empleado al solicitante. - Cualquier convenio entre la Empresa y el solicitante, se tendrá por hecho sobre la base de que lo expuesto en la solicitud es exacto y verídico y de no ser así, la Compañía podrá cancelar cualquier Contrato de Trabajo, sin responsabilidad alguna para ella. -El solicitante autoriza a la Empresa a comprobar los datos incluidos en esta solicitud de forma confidencial. - Los datos de esta solicitud se incorporarán al fichero automatizado de Ford España S.L., haciendo posible su acceso, rectificación y cancelación por el solicitante, garantizando la absoluta discreción y confidencialidad de los datos aquí expuestos. Apellidos (primero) Nombre D.N.I / N.I.F. Piso Puerta Escal. Cod.postal Nº Afiliación Seg. Social (propio) (segundo) DOMICILIO Ciudad DATOS PERSONALES Nº Calle Teléfono Estado civil Otro Teléfono contacto Sexo Fecha nacimiento Lugar nacimiento Discapacidad (Grado Minusvalía reconocido) Igual o Superior al 33% FOTO Provincia Nacionalidad Porcentaje Tipo carnet conducir % Igual o Superior al 65% Nombre de los padres / tutores Apellidos y Nombre Dirección Ciudad Teléfono Personas que dependen económicamente del solicitante Apellidos y Nombre Fecha Nacimiento Parentesco Situación Actual (1) FORMACION Año DATOS ACADÉMICOS Clase Centro de Enseñanza Localidad/Ciudad Inicio Final Titulación académica (2) Primaria Secundaria Formacion Prof. Universitaria Otros Nivel Alto Idiomas: Inglés Otros Idiomas: (1) Estudiante, trabajador en activo, desempleado, pensionista, etc. (2) Imprescindible aportar titulación o certificado obtenido. S -1 Feb.04 Medio Bajo EXPERIENCIA PROFESIONAL, EMPLEOS U OCUPACIONES ANTERIORES (indíquelos en orden cronológico empezando por el más antiguo) Periodo DATOS LABORALES Nombre de Empresa Puesto que ocupó Motivo baja Mes/Año Mes/Año (Si lo considera oportuno) AMPLIACION AL CURRICULUM VITAE ¿ HA TRABAJADO ANTERIORMENTE EN FORD ESPAÑA S.L.? (En caso afirmativo cumplimente los siguientes datos:) Periodo Puesto de trabajo OTROS DATOS Planta Mes/Año Mes/Año C.Costos REFERENCIAS Empleado de Ford España S.L. Apellidos y Nombre Dpto. donde trabaja Ocupación Telf Relación con el empleado (amistad, parentesco etc.) VESTUARIO (Indique el número de calzado y tallas que se solicitan) Nº Calzado (Zapatos/Botas) 4 Fotografias tamaño carnet Pantalón Camisa (Ej.: talla 38,40,42,44,46,48,50 etc.) Cazadora DOCUMENTACION QUE DEBE ADJUNTAR A LA SOLICITUD DE EMPLEO: Fotocopias de: D.N.I. / N.I.F Cartilla Seguridad Social Propia Titulo Acreditativo de Estudios Realizados DOMICILIO AL QUE SE DEBE REMITIR LA SOLICITUD DE EMPLEO: FORD ESPAÑA S.L. (Dpto. Selección de Personal) Pol. Industrial S/N, 46440 -Almussafes (Valencia) Nota: En caso de no aportar la documentación que se indica, esta solicitud no será válida. Ciudad Fecha Firma del solicitante

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