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5 Point Scale Group Check-in
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Kari Dunn Buron and Mitzi Curtis, The Incredible 5 Point Scale, (2003),. Autism Asperger Publishing Company. www.5pointscale.com. Social Skill Group Check-  ... Social Skill Group Check-in Feeling Words Looks like/Feels like 5 4 3 2 1 Enraged, Meltdown Your Name Kicking, Breaking things, Hitting, Throwing Things, Yelling, Spitting Stressed, Louder voice, red face, faster breathing, tense upset, muscles, headache Frustrated Neutral, So-So. Fine, Okay Slightly tense muscles, a bit tired, maybe a bit hungry, a few worried thoughts, but a few happy thoughts. Happy, Content, Calm Small smile sometimes, feel relaxed, not hungry or not tired. Feel ready to learn, talk or play. ExcitedVERY HAPPY Body engine running fast, body has a lot of energy, brain is thinking fast. Excited to do really fun things Kari Dunn Buron and Mitzi Curtis, The Incredible 5 Point Scale, (2003), Autism Asperger Publishing Company. www.5pointscale.com Kari Dunn Buron and Mitzi Curtis, The Incredible 5 Point Scale, (2003), Autism Asperger Publishing Company. www.5pointscale.com

Harley Davidson Installation Manuel This sheet must be ... - Bazooka

Preparation This sheet must be read completely to: 1. Provide assistance/clarification to the installer. 2. Avoid causing injury to installer, customer, end user, or others. 3. Prevent damage to motorcycle and/or accessory. 4. Prevent death to customer or other vehicle operators. Installer: Please forward this sheet to the customer after reviewing it. 3. If so equipped, place the motorcycle on its center stand on solid, level ground. CAUTION: 1. Never route wires or install components that interfere with the operation of the forks, handlebars, brake/clutch levers or any other operational function of the motorcycle. 2. When adding electrical accessories, always disconnect the battery and properly fuse new electronics. It is virtually impossible for us to be able to address every possible situation an installer or user will encounter. This requires both to exercise due diligence and to apply some level of common sense. If you have any question or problem during the installation, please contact us as necessary. Read the instructions completely prior to installation. 90% of questions we receive could be answered simply by reading the instructions in their entirety. Phone support will always provide the quickest response. WARNING: 1. Allow the motorcycle to cool prior to installation. Important Information in our instructions will be provided in the following manner: 4. Never allow your accessories to cause distractions to remove your focus off the bikes operation. Never forget that this is a high-risk sport - don't make it a higher risk when you don't have to. 5. Never allow your accessories to cause distractions to others on the road. SHOP TIP: this is information we have gathered from hands-on installs or customer feedback. NOTE: important information regarding the installation. CAUTION: failure to follow instructions could result in damage to motorcycle and/or accessory. WARNING: failure to follow instructions could result in injury or death of operator and/or passenger or others. NOTE: 1. "Left", "Right", "Front" and "Rear" are described from the seated position of the bike. 2. Use of owners manual or service manual is recommended for installation. 2. When operating engine, allow adequate ventilation. 3. Never route wires or install components that interfere with the operation of the forks, handlebars, brake/clutch levers or any other operational function of the motorcycle.

Scottoiler: Kawasaki Vulcan 800 - MotorCo Ltd

Locate the vacuum – There is a vacuum pipe from the carburetor, as shown in red in the schematic below left. Cut into this pipe and insert the T-Piece from the Scottoiler kit. Then press the Damper Elbow, part number 4, onto the third leg of the tee. The RMV can be mounted under the seat. The more vertical the RMV the better and remember to avoid exhaust and engine components. For further information, see our easy step installation guide – ‘RMV Positions, General’. The Dispenser Assembly, shown bottom left, is routed along the underside of the Swingarm using Dispenser Mounting Sleeves, Cable Ties & Glue. Note: an epoxy resin (eg. Araldite) is req’d to bond the sleeves to the Swingarm. For further information see our easy step installation guide - ‘Dispenser Assemblies, General’. The nib should feed the sprocket between the 6 & 7 o’clock positions, with the cut face facing outwards, as shown below. Once fitted, fill and prime the system and set the adjuster knob to ‘prime’. Start the engine and turn the adjuster knob until a flow of between 1 and 2 drops per minute is achieved. Check the condition of your chain after a ride, and then adjust as required.

Kawasaki's 2009 Vulcan 1700s - Motorcycle Consumer News

In case of a DFI or ETV system failure, an onboard diagnostic system will select one of three failsafe modes to prevent a rider from becoming stranded. A Party of Five for Touring and Cruising The Vulcan 1700’s new six-speed transmission packs two overdrive ratios. Fifth gear is .967:1, while sixth is a highway hauling .806:1. Power from the transmission is directed to the rear wheel via belt drive. The Vulcan uses a new, narrower 28mm carbon fiber drive belt that offers a claimed 40% greater tensile strength than a Kevlar belt of the same width. The new Vulcan chassis has a single backbone that is shorter than that of the Vulcan 1600, resulting in a 50mm shorter reach to the handlebars and 30mm shorter reach to the floorboards. Double downtubes cradle the engine, but the triangulated frame section under the seat has been widened significantly for greater rigidity. The chassis also has fewer cast sections, reducing its overall weight by Kawasaki’s all-new Vulcan 1700 family of V-twin heavyweights includes the Voyager 4.4 lbs. The Vulcan 1700 has a 65.6" wheelABS (shown), Voyager and Nomad tourers, and the Classic LT and Classic cruisers. base, 30mm shorter than the Vulcan 1600, and the 1700’s rake has been reduced 2° to 32° and the trail .1" to 7.0" for crisper handling than the 1600. AWASAKI SAYS THAT it has designed its Vulcan 1700 cruisThe Vulcan family uses non-adjustable Showa forks with 5.5" ing/touring family of motorcycles not only to supersede its of travel up front. The Classic models and the Nomad wear 43mm Vulcan 1500 and 1600 models but to surpass them by being units while the Voyager’s are 45mm. The rear features dual airmore emissions friendly as well as better performing.

ROCKET SPROCKET - Boxer Performance

The installation process is the same for each cylinder with the exception of the removal of the throttle body on the left hand side because the cam chain tensioner is more difficult to access with its positioning behind the throttle body. DO ONE SIDE AT A TIME, ROTATE THE ENGINE TO TDC FOR EACH CYLINDER BEFORE REMOVING THE CAM CHAIN TENSIONER, ROTATE THE CAM TO LOCATE THE PIN AND SEAT THE SPROCKET ON THE CAM CORRECTLY. REINSTALL THE CAM CHAIN TENSIONER BEFORE ROTATING THE ENGINE AND MAKE SURE THE CAM TIMING ARROW LINES UP WITH THE MARK ON THE CHAIN.CHECK THE TIMING BY ROTATING THE ENGINE ONE OR MORE FULL CYCLES BEFORE MOVING ON TO THE OTHER SIDE. IF YOU FEEL THE SLIGHTEST RESISTANCE DO NOT FORCE THE ENGINE PAST THIS POINT. Ensure that whichever side you are working ON is positioned to Top Dead Centre (TDC). When the timing chain sprocket covers have been removed you will see the arrows on the sprocket will be parallel to the ground at the 3 o’clock and 9 o’clock positions (in line with the motion of the pistons.) ALWAYS REMOVE THE CAM CHAIN TENSIONER FIRST. Ensure that you use good quality allen/torx bits so that you reduce the risk of them breaking or damaging the cam retaining bolt.

Generating A Knockout Keyword List

Generating A Knockout Keyword List You already know the importance of keyword research to the success of your projects, but sometimes arriving at the right keywords can be a real struggle. After all, these are the words that real readers type into the search box to get their favourite search engine. It is also the words that the search engines use to determine how to rank your site. If you find yourself struggling to choose the right keywords, make sure you are aware of the tools that are available for you to use. The Company’s Website Think Like Your Users Use Tools

Composing your initial email campaign to become more flickr twitter followers

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Best Practices for Implementing Autodesk Vault

The vault server is the core of the vault, holding all the data and software. There are three key components to the server: the web server, the database, and the file store. Web Server—The web server can be one of two software applications, either Microsoft® Internet Information Services (IIS) or the Autodesk Web Server. The Autodesk Web Server is not covered in this document because it works only for configurations where the entire vault environment is installed on a single computer (Server and Clients with CAD software). IIS hosts components known as .NET Web Services. The web services provide all the logic needed for the vault to operate. Web services communicate with the other components via standard HTTP methods. In fact, all vault communication is via these Web Services over the web server’s port 80. Database Server—The database server stores all the metadata for the vault. By default, Autodesk Vault installs a limited release of Microsoft SQL Server 2000 called Microsoft Desktop Engine (MSDE). You can upgrade MSDE to full SQL Server at any time. Please contact your local Microsoft® reseller for details on pricing and availability. The metadata stored in MSDE is crucial to the operation of the vault. It provides the search index and maintains the file relationships for all the data in the file store. File Store—The file store is the secure location where files are actually stored. The file store and the database server work together, pairing metadata with actual files to provide all the data needed to do your work. This location is controlled by Autodesk Vault. Never access or manipulate the file store directly. Instead, access the file store only through the vault clients, such as Vault Explorer or an application integration, explained in more detail in the next section. Likewise, perform file store maintenance only using Autodesk Vault Manager.

Magento™ creates huge success with enterprise e-commerce - Zend

Zend Framework | Case Study Magento™ creates huge success with enterprise e-commerce platform & community built on Zend Framework Customer: Magento™ open-source eCommerce Platform Geography: Worldwide, offices in Los Angeles Industry: e-commerce web Challenges: • “Costs associated with training new developers” were too high. • Supporting their own in-house framework without the wisdom of an open-source community was proving to be difficult. • Needed a “professional framework which had support,” a company standing behind it that Magento contributors could go to for support. Solution: “With almost a half million downloads of Magento, translations into 60+ languages, 30,000 community members, over 70 partners, and with 150+ Magento Connect extensions now written, the Magento eCommerce Platform has clearly been wildly successful and it drives a significant number of commercial web transactions.” Roy Rubin, Chief Executive Officer, Varien, the Magento™ company Zend Framework and PHP 5 With clients that process more than 10,000 orders/day using multiple servers and cluster architectures, the Magento project has absorbed the wisdom that only comes from repeatedly solving challenges that face enterprises building reliable, secure, and highavailability web sites and services. Varien, the Magento company, has been in the business of building e-commerce solutions since 2001 and has seen significant adoption of the Magento eCommerce Platform. The Magento engine uses PHP 5 and Zend Framework because of the large open-source eco-system that supports and enhances their investment in Zend Framework. “We considered Java & Struts, and had many discussions among our team on which technology to use for Magento, but once we knew Zend was behind the open-source Zend Framework project, encapsulating and supporting the features we needed for our large corporate & enterprise clients, we immediately chose Zend Framework.

Operator's Manual SL-Class - Mercedes-Benz USA

Operator’s Manual SL-Class Ê7%tMrUË 2305844582 Order No. 6515 3053 13 Part No. 230 584 45 82 USA Edition A, 2005 SL 500 SL 55 AMG SL 600 SL 65 AMG Our company and staff congratulate you on the purchase of your new Mercedes-Benz. ț Please read this manual carefully, then return it to your vehicle where it will be handy for your reference. Your selection of our product is a demonstration of your trust in our company name. Furthermore, it exemplifies your desire to own an automobile that will be as easy as possible to operate and provide years of service. ț Please follow the recommendations contained in this manual. They are designed to acquaint you with the operation of your Mercedes-Benz. ț Please pay attention to the warnings and cautions contained in this manual. They are designed to help improve the safety of the vehicle operator and occupants. Your Mercedes-Benz represents the efforts of many skilled engineers and craftsmen. To help assure your driving pleasure, and also the safety of you and your passengers, we ask you to make a small investment of time: We extend our best wishes for many miles of safe, pleasurable driving. Mercedes-Benz USA, LLC A DaimlerChrysler Company Contents Introduction .......................................... 9 Product information................................ 9 Operator’s Manual ............................... 10 Service and warranty information .. 10 Important notice for California retail buyers and lessees of Mercedes-Benz automobiles .......... 11 Maintenance .................................. 12 Roadside Assistance ...................... 12 Change of address or ownership.... 12 Operating your vehicle outside the USA or Canada............................... 13 Where to find it.................................... 14 Symbols............................................... 15 Operating safety .................................. 16 Proper use of the vehicle ............... 16 Problems with your vehicle.................. 17 Reporting safety defects...................... 18 Reporting safety defects ................ 18 Vehicle data recording......................... 19 Information regarding electronic recording devices........................... 19 At a glance .......................................... 21 Cockpit................................................. 22 Instrument cluster ................................ 24 Multifunction steering wheel ................ 28 Center console ..................................... 29 Upper part ...................................... 29 Lower part ...................................... 30 Overhead control panel ........................ 31 Door control panel................................ 32 Getting started ................................... Unlocking ............................................. Unlocking with the SmartKey ......... Unlocking with KEYLESS-GO*......... Starter switch positions.................. Adjusting .............................................. Seats .............................................. Steering wheel................................ Mirrors............................................ Driving.................................................. Fastening the seat belts ................. Starting the engine ......................... Switching on headlamps................. Turn signals .................................... Windshield wipers........................... Problems while driving.................... Parking and locking.............................. Parking brake ................................. Switching off headlamps................. Turning off the engine..................... Emergency engine shut-down.........

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