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Swine Flu Virus Infections in Pigs Qs & As about Swine Flu What ...

Swine influenza is a respiratory disease of pigs caused by type A influenza viruses and has a major economic impact on the swine industry in the United States. Flu outbreaks in pigs are common, especially during winter months. Swine flu can result in high rates of illness in herds. Q How does swine flu spread among pigs? A Swine flu viruses are thought to spread mostly  First, wash your hands frequently after exposure to animals and avoid contact with ill appearing animals. If you or your family becomes ill with flu-like symptoms, let your doctor know if you have been around pigs that could have the flu. A nose or throat swab is needed to determine if you might be infected with a swine flu virus. Signs of swine flu in pigs may include: l coughing (“barking”) l discharge from the nose l sneezing l breathing difficulties l going off feed n  igh fevers in infected pigs are common, and can H result in reduced fertility or elevated abortion rates among sows. through close contact among pigs and possibly from contaminated objects moving between infected and uninfected pigs. Herds with continuous swine flu infections and herds that are vaccinated against swine flu might have sporadic disease, or may show only mild or no signs of infection. Q Can swine flu infections be prevented  in pigs? A Swine flu infections can be potentially  prevented by: n  accinating herds V n  sing good biosecurity measures U n  ncouraging good hygiene practices E among workers n  sing proper ventilation systems U n  tudies have shown that 30% to 50% of S commercial U.S. swine have been infected with swine flu. Q What about flu vaccines for pigs? A Flu vaccines for pigs can help, but are not 100%  n  igs most commonly get infected with flu viruses P from other pigs (swine flu), but also can get infected with flu viruses from birds (avian flu), and from people (human flu). This cross-species spread of flu viruses can lead to new types of flu viruses. Q How can veterinarians help? 

Byzantine Art and Architecture
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32b. Byzantine Art and Architecture “ . . .committed to glorifying the state and the emperors and to spreading the Christian message” (MP, 187) Late Antiquity to Early Byzantine Particularly in the West, styles of architecture and art prevalent in the Late Empire continued Use of basilica plan Developed Greco-Roman iconography fused with Christian themes and images Increasing use of mosaic In Ostrogothic Italy, notable examples include Arian churches With the Byzantine reconquest, many of these were converted into Orthodox churches Compare Late Roman church architecture and the developing Byzantine style . . . 11/14/2005 32b. Byzantine Art and Architecture 32b. Byzantine Art and Architecture 2 1 11/14/2005 St. Apollinare Nuovo in Ravenna, Italy, early 500’s (originally by Ostrogothic king, Theodoric) 11/14/2005 32b. Byzantine Art and Architecture 3 S. Apollinare Nuovo, interior 11/14/2005 32b. Byzantine Art and Architecture 32b. Byzantine Art and Architecture 4 2 11/14/2005 St. Apollinare Nuovo: Mosaics, including Orthodox covering of Arian Saints (note hand on pillar) S. Apollinare Nuovo, mosaics, details of Peter, apostles, and saints 11/14/2005 32b. Byzantine Art and Architecture 32b. Byzantine Art and Architecture 6 3 11/14/2005 S. Apollinare Nuovo, mosaics note the persistent Roman depiction of Jesus in some . . . Byzantine Style In the East a new, innovative style developed Greek, Roman, and Oriental elements in architecture and its decoration Greco-Roman Columns Arches Vaults Dome Oriental (eastern) rich ornamentation “riotous” use of color, especially mosaic and polychrome marble and stonework spiritualized representation 11/14/2005 32b. Byzantine Art and Architecture 32b. Byzantine Art and Architecture 8 4 11/14/2005 Byzantine Church Architecture Central versus basilica plan Greek cross Floor plan with arms (naves and transepts) of equal length Pendentives to support dome Use of curved triangular vaults between arches to create a circular base for a dome Allowed a dome to be placed on a square base! “As a result of this invention, the domed building soon became synonymous with the Byzantine style, notably in churches.” (MP, 188) 11/14/2005 32b. Byzantine Art and Architecture ...

Early Christian, Byzantine & Gothic - Triton College Academic Server

Early Christian, Byzantine & Gothic In the 4th c. C.E. the Roman Empire was at a turning point • Christians had been outlaws in Rome since the reign of Augustus • The Roman government killed Jesus Christ of Nazareth and persecuted Christians • Christians could not be Roman citizens •Yet, Christianity became stronger and more popular among the population •There were many Christians throughout empire •Christianity is monotheistic (belief in one god) •They defied the traditions of ancient Roman polytheistic religion •Christians believed in an afterlife •In a battle against one of his rivals, Constantine the Great (274 – 337 C.E.) had a vision a burning cross in the sky (“In hoc signo vinces” – “in this sign thou shalt conquer”) •He had his army where the Christian cross on their uniform, and defeated his rivals •Constantine became the first Roman Emperor to tolerate the Christian Religion Early Christian, Byzantine & Gothic •Constantine created a law legalizing Christianity in the Roman Empire (Edict of Milan, early in 313 C.E.) •This had important consequences for Rome, because it allowed Papal authority to flourish in Rome •Temples to the Roman Gods were left to deteriorate or were used as a source for brick, marble and ornaments to create Christian Churches •The Pantheon was changed into a Christian Church in 609 C.E. •Constantine did not want to die without having the possibility of going to the Christian “Heaven” •The defeat of his last rival for emperor allowed him to bring about sweeping changes to the Roman Empire beginning in 324 C.E. by creating a new capital of the Empire in Constantinople (modern day Istanbul, Turkey) •The Ostrogoths, a barbaric eastern Germanic people, sacked Rome in 410 C.E. •Many Roman citizens moved to the Eastern capitol of Constantinople •Citizens in Rome and Constantinople began to believe in different versions of Christianity •They adopted separate calendars...

Cross Cutting Knowledge and Skills List

Cross-Cutting knowledge and Skills: Need for These Skills Each item described on the Cross- Cutting Knowledge and Skills list can be its own study and discipline. Many of these skills, techniques, and methods are use in normal day-to-day business activities. Most are not exclusive to project management. PMI Registered Education Providers providing PMP PDU training will include these concepts.

Cross Cutting Knowledge and Skills List

Cross-Cutting knowledge and Skills: Need for These Skills Each item described on the Cross- Cutting Knowledge and Skills list can be its own study and discipline. Many of these skills, techniques, and methods are use in normal day-to-day business activities. Most are not exclusive to project management. PMI Registered Education Providers providing PMP PDU training will include these concepts.

Auxiliary Fuel Tank
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Titan Fuel Tanks engineers and manufacturers ultra-durable, extra-capacity aftermarket fuel tanks made from advanced, military-grade, cross-linked polyethylene.

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The comfort that faith provides has no match, and the belief that an all-powerful being watches over you may be the biggest comfort in life. This faith symbolized by the holy cross, when kept close to your heart, gives you strength to overcome nearly anything.

Sterling Silver Pendants and Earrings

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Imagining Better: Philosophical Issues in Harry Potter - Reason Papers

Special Issue: Imagining Better: Philosophical Issues in Harry Potter Edited by Carrie-Ann Biondi Part I: Metaphysics, Literature, and Self-Understanding Don’t Occupy Gringotts: Harry Potter, Social Upheaval, and the Moral Imagination —Travis Prinzi Harry Potter and the Metaphysics of Soul-Splitting —Gregory Bassham Harry Potter and Humanity: Choices, Love, and Death —Shawn E. Klein Kierkegaard’s Mirror (of Erised) —Joel B. Hunter Part II: Integrating Theory and Practice for Living Well Descending from King’s Cross: Platonic Structure, Aristotelian Content —Carrie-Ann Biondi Harry Gets by With a Little Help from His Friends: An Aristotelian Reading of Virtue and Friendship in Harry Potter —Jennifer Mogg and Kendra Tully Heroic Hermione: Celebrating the Love of Learning —Patrick Shade House-Elves, Hogwarts, and Friendship: Casting Away the Institutions which Made Voldemort’s Rise Possible —Susan Peppers-Bates and Joshua Rust Part III: The Dark Side of the Moral Imagination Voldemort Tyrannos: Plato’s Tyrant in the Republic and the Wizarding World —Anne Collins Smith and Owen M. Smith “Neither Can Live While the Other Survives”: The Driving Force of Revenge in Harry Potter —Heidi Nielson Spells and Hate Speech: Linguistic Violence and Vulnerability in the Harry Potter Series —Anna McFarlane This special issue of Reason Papers has in no way been approved or sponsored by any individual or entity responsible for creating or producing the Harry Potter books, films, or other enterprises associated with them.

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