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Pumpkin Pie in a Bag - Oklahoma State University

Pumpkin Pie in a Bag 1 Ingredients Combine the milk and instant pudding in the bag. 2. Remove the air from the bag and seal it. 3. Squeeze and knead with hands until the mixture is blended—about one minute. 4. Add the pumpkin, cinnamon and ginger. 5. Remove the air, and seal the bag. 6. Squeeze and knead with hands until blended—about two minutes. 7. Place 1⁄2 tablespoon of graham cracker crumbs in the bottom of the small cups. 8. Cut the corner of the gallon freezer bag, and squeeze pie filling into the cups. 9. Garnish the cups with whipped topping. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • For individual servings follow directions as above and squeeze mixture • into tart-size premade graham cracker crusts, or place a ginger snap at the • bottom of small cups to serve as crust. 10. Provide spoons. Enjoy. (for 25 students) one gallon zip freezer bag 2 2⁄3 cup cold milk two packages (four serving size) instant vanilla pudding mix one can (15 ounces) solid-pack pure pumpkin one teaspoon ground cinnamon 1⁄2 teaspoon ground ginger graham cracker crumbs 25 small cups scissors one can whipped topping 25 spoons (for two students) quart-size zip freezer bags 1/8 cup milk 2 T canned pumpkin dash cinnamon dash ginger 1 T pudding mix* tart-size premade graham cracker crusts or ginger snaps * The mix should have the consistency of pudding. If it is too runny, add pudding mix. If it is too thick, add milk. Produced by Oklahoma Ag in the Classroom, a program of Oklahoma State University, the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry and the Oklahoma State Department of Education.

Notebook Training Manual for Acer TravelMate 530 Department of ...

Notebook Training Manual for Acer TravelMate 530 Department of Education and Training Program objectives The Notebook for Teachers Program is an integral component of the Education to Community (e2c) initiative, supporting learning technologies in the K-12 government education community in WA. It is designed to support schools and teachers in achieving their mutual professional goals. The portability of notebook computers allows for a wide range of educational opportunities and strategies to be explored, with the ultimate aim of improving outcomes for students. Participation in the program is voluntary and should only be undertaken after careful consideration of how the introduction of this technology can be integrated into the individual school's plan. The objectives of this training are to: Provide an introduction to the notebook, the operating system, and the applications. Help you to become more familiar with basic operations of the notebook. Assist you with setting up the notebook for internet access from home and your school. More details about e2c can be found on the internet at: where you will also find a link to the Notebooks for Teachers web site. A number of DOET (Department of Education and Training) policies directly relate to the safe-keeping of work-related information and appropriate use of corporate applications such as e-mail and internet access. More details on these and other DOET policies is available on the Regulatory Framework CD. An updated copy of this CD is sent to all schools each term. Version 1.0

Guide to Exploring African American Culture - College of Agricultural ...

G U I D E TO E X P L O R I N G African American Culture C O L L E G E O F A G R I C U LT U R A L S C I E N C E S Acknowledgments Developers Contributors Visit Penn State’s College of Nakesha Faison, research associate I, the Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan Shameera Simmons, past participant of Temple University’s Math and Science Upward Bound Program Agricultural Sciences on the Web: Marney Dorsey, master’s of science degree candidate in agricultural extension and education, Penn State Dr. Patreese Ingram, associate professor of agricultural extension and education, Penn State Special thanks to Candice Lyons, hair stylist, and Leslie Clements for their contributions to the hairstyle activities section. Models: Sheena Armstrong, Caitlin Dininni-Parker, Sonya Gomes, Cassandra Logan, Cierra Lyons, Frank Mathis, Tsakani Ngomane, Tyana Singletary, Cherese Sullivan, and Bridgette Turner. Designer: Gretl Collins Photographer: Howard Nuernberger Curriculum Reviewers/ Consultants Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences research, extension, and resident education programs are funded in part by Pennsylvania counties, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Gary Abdullah, writer/editor, Information and Communication Technologies This publication is available from the Publications Cindy Arblaster, 4-H youth development agent, Westmoreland County information telephone 814-865-6713. Distribution Center, The Pennsylvania State University, 112 Agricultural Administration Building, University Park, PA 16802. For Where trade names appear, no discrimination is intended, and no endorsement by the Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences is implied. Brack Barr, 4-H youth development agent, Allegheny County Christy Bartley, youth program coordinator This publication is available in alternative media on request. The Pennsylvania State University is committed to the policy that all persons shall have equal Deno Deciantis, county extension director, Allegheny County access to programs, facilities, admission, and Bryan Dickinson, youth development agent, Lawrence County policy or by state or federal authorities. It is the Dr. Catherine Lyons, assistant to the dean for minority affairs in the College of Agricultural Sciences University prohibits discrimination and Lynda Moss McDougall, program advisor, 4-H youth development, Mercer County harassment against faculty, staff, or students will Mary Miller, 4-H youth development agent, Montgomery County Director, The Pennsylvania State University, 328 Dr. Claudia Mincemoyer, assistant professor of agricultural and extension education Donald Tanner, 4-H youth development agent, McKean County employment without regard to personal characteristics not related to ability, performance, or qualifications as determined by University policy of the University to maintain an academic and work environment free of discrimination, including harassment. The Pennsylvania State harassment against any person because of age, ancestry, color, disability or handicap, national origin, race, religious creed, sex, sexual orientation, or veteran status. Discrimination or not be tolerated at The Pennsylvania State University. Direct all inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policy to the Affirmative Action Boucke Building, University Park, PA 168025901, Tel 814-865-4700/V, 814-863-1150/TTY. © The Pennsylvania State University 2003 Produced by Information and Communication Technologies in the College of Agricultural Sciences...

Treatment Guide Prostate Cancer - Cleveland Clinic

Treatment Guide Prostate Cancer Choosing Your Prostate Cancer Care Cleveland Clinic prostate cancer specialists Through a multidisciplinary approach, Cleveland Clinic tailor prostate cancer treatment plans to their specialists in the Taussig Cancer Institute work with patients’ needs, taking into account the type urologists in the Glickman Urological & Kidney Institute of cancer, the age of the individual, the degree to explore all medical and surgical options to ensure that to which the cancer has spread and the our prostate treatment program will result in a successful general health of the patient. outcome for each patient. This guide provides an overview of the While there are many prostate cancer treatment options, you should also consider the experience of the cancer program. prostate cancer treatment options offered at Cleveland Clinic. The Taussig Cancer Institute is top-ranked in Ohio according to U.S.News & World Report. Since 2001, Cleveland Clinic has also been named one of the nation’s top two urology programs. Additionally, many prostate treatment methods were pioneered here, giving us one of the world’s largest experiences in treating localized cancer using surgical and non-surgical methods. Please use this guide as a resource as you examine your treatment options. Remember, it is your right as a patient to ask questions, and to seek a second opinion...

natural gas safety at home - Southern California Gas Company

Our customer service representatives are available Providing safe and reliable natural gas and emergency response 24 hours a day, seven days a week is just part of our commitment to safety. We to respond to your needs 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Just call The Gas Company toll-free at 1-800-427-2200 or visit receive natural gas from multiple producers and suppliers located within our service area and outside California. We monitor the natural gas for quality and add a distinctive odor to detect leaks. We deliver it Help prevent gas leak accidents through our 94,000 miles of pipelines to more than Maintaining your gas lines 20 million customers. If you’re a property owner, you are responsible for maintaining all gas lines on your side of the meter. Pipeline maintenance and improvement Such customer-owned gas lines include all piping We routinely perform pipeline safety tasks, including that goes: patrolling, testing, • From your gas meter to the appliances on your repairing and replacing property. pipelines. We meet or • From a curbside gas meter to the home (when the exceed all federal and meter is not right beside the home). state requirements for safe pipeline operations • From your meter underground to a building, pool/ and maintenance, spa heater, barbecue or other gas appliances. including ongoing To properly maintain your gas lines, you should have technical training and testing for employees. Our goal is to identify and resolve potential problems before a major problem occurs. The Gas CompanySM also has implemented a rigorous integrity management program in highlypopulated areas. We use the latest safety inspection tools to determine pipe condition and to help ensure that the pipelines are being maintained safely. In them periodically inspected for corrosion and leaks, and repair any unsafe conditions immediately. A licensed plumbing or heating contractor can assist you in finding,...

Pathways to Near-Zero-Emission Natural Gas Heavy-Duty Vehicles

Acknowledgements Gladstein, Neandross & Associates (GNA) produced this report on behalf of the Southern California Gas Company, the nation’s largest natural gas utility company and a leader in the development of new, advanced technologies which maximize the cleaner-burning characteristics of natural gas in residential, commercial, industrial and transportation applications. The authors would like to recognize the many fine staff at the Gas Company who helped with development of this report, listed below: Southern California Gas Company Ed Harte, Low Emission Vehicle Manager George Minter, Director of Policy & Environmental Solutions Jeff Reed, Director of Business Strategy & Development Allison Smith, Energy Policy Manager Lee Wallace, Environmental Affairs Manager Cherif Youssef, Technology Development Manager In addition, special thanks goes to an outstanding group of peer-reviewers who read the draft Pathways report and provided invaluable insight and astute commentary which proved essential in contouring the final document. Our team of peer reviewers includes, but is not limited to, the list of friends below: Peer Reviewers* Jack Broadbent, CEO/Air Pollution Control Officer, Bay Area Air Quality Management District Roland Hwang, Transportation Program Director, NRDC Bill Magavern, Policy Director, Coalition for Clean Air Alan Lloyd, President Emeritus, International Council on Clean Transportation Ronald Loveridge, Director, University of California, Riverside, Center for Sustainable Suburban Development...

Guidance for Industry - Food and Drug Administration

This guidance has been prepared by the Biopharmaceutics Coordinating Committee in the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER) in cooperation with the Center for Veterinary Medicine (CVM) at the Food and Drug Administration. This guidance has been developed based on the deliberations of two workshops: (1) Analytical Methods Validation: Bioavailability, Bioequivalence, and Pharmacokinetic Studies (held on December 3B5, 19902 ) and (2) Bioanalytical Methods Validation C A Revisit With a Decade of Progress (held on January 12B14, 20003). Selective and sensitive analytical methods for the quantitative evaluation of drugs and their metabolites (analytes) are critical for the successful conduct of preclinical and/or biopharmaceutics and clinical pharmacology studies. Bioanalytical method validation includes all of the procedures that demonstrate that a particular method used for quantitative measurement of analytes in a given biological matrix, such as blood, plasma, serum, or urine, is reliable and reproducible for the intended use. The fundamental parameters for this validation include (1) accuracy, (2) precision, (3) selectivity, (4) sensitivity, (5) reproducibility, and (6) stability. Validation involves documenting, through the use of specific laboratory investigations, that the performance characteristics of the method are suitable and reliable for the intended analytical applications. The acceptability of analytical data corresponds directly to the criteria used to validate the method. Published methods of analysis are often modified to suit the requirements of the laboratory performing the assay. These modifications should be validated to ensure suitable performance of the analytical method. When changes are made to a previously validated method, the analyst should exercise judgment as to how much additional validation is needed. During the course of a typical drug development program, a defined bioanalytical method undergoes many modifications. The evolutionary changes to support specific studies and different levels of validation demonstrate the validity of an assay’s performance. Different types and levels of validation are defined and characterized as follows:...

The Five-Day Plan to Quit Smoking - University Health Services

The Five-Day Plan to Quit Smoking The Five-Day Plan is one of the oldest and most effective smoking cessation programs to date. First published by J. Wayne McFarland, M.D. and Elman J. Folkenberg in 1964, the Five-Day Plan has gone on to be conducted in countries around the world with over 20 million participants. The plan has also received recognition from the World Health Organization, the American Cancer Society, the American Lung Association, and the American Heart Association. This program takes participants through a five-day step-by-step program to change daily habits and achieve their goal to quit smoking. Through psychological motivations (such as affirmation statements) and physical changes (such as dietary modifications), the Five-Day Plan works to break the participant’s smoking routine and eliminate cigarette cravings. The plan also addresses issues such as weight gain and symptoms associated with nicotine withdrawal, along with alternative activities to overcome such concerns and remain smokefree.

USB 2.0 Windows Easy Transfer Cable User manual - Philips

Register your product and get support / Thank you for purchasing SWU2511. SWU2511 enables you to automatically transfer your files, photos, music, emails, settings, etc from your old Windows XP computer to your new Windows Vista computer. SWU2511 has a software which can install the Windows Easy Transfer program on your old Windows XP computer. For your new Windows Vista/Windows 7 computer, this program is already included. The Windows Easy Transfer program can support the transfer of data across a network, external drive, or CD/DVD. An alternative to download and install the Windows Easy Transfer program is to do it from the supplied CD. You can also follow the instructions in the Windows Easy Transfer program already included in the Windows vista computer on how to copy the program to Windows XP. Requirements: Windows XP (SP2 or above)/ VISTA/ 7 operating system. 1. Install the XP driver and select your language for your XP computer. 2. Insert SWU2511 to your old computer (with Windows XP operating system) and your new computer (withWindows Vista operating system) , click “OK” of both your old computer and new computer. See Pic1

Description of Windows Easy Transfer for Windows 7

Windows-b ased c om puter to the Windows 7-b ased c om puter. When you use Windows Easy T ransf er, you c an dec ide what to transf er to Windows 7. Y ou c an al so sel ec t the transf er m ethod that you want to use. Note Windows Easy T ransf er does not transf er any system instal l c ustom M O R E f il es suc h as f onts and driv ers. T o do this, you m ust f onts and updated driv ers again in Windows 7. I N F O R M A T I O N Y ou c an use Windows Easy T ransf er to transf er the f ol l owing f il es and settings: • F il es and f ol ders • E-m ail settings • C ontac ts and m essages • P rogram settings • U ser ac c ounts and settings • I nternet settings and f av orites • M usic • P ic tures and v ideos H owev er, you c annot use Windows Easy T ransf er to m ov e program data and program settings. T o transf er the settings of a program f il es. Windows Easy T ransf er c an onl y m ov e to Windows 7, you m ust instal l the program on the Windows 7-b ased c om puter b ef ore you run Windows Easy T ransf er. M ic r o s o f t W in d o w s X P o r W in d o w s V is t a Y ou c an use Windows Easy T ransf er to transf er b oth f il es and settings f rom these operating system s. Windows X P m ust hav e Windows X P S erv ic e P ac k 2 ( S P 2 ) or a l ater v ersion instal l ed. T r a n s f er m eth od s Y ou c an use the f ol l owing data transf er m ethods to transf er f il es and settings f rom a q ual if ied operating system Windows 7: • U se a U S B c ab l e that c onnec ts the Windows-b ased c om puter to the Windows 7-b ased c om puter. • Estab l ish a network c onnec tion b etween the Windows-b ased c om puter and the Windows 7-b ased c om puter. • U se rem ov ab l e m edia suc h as a U S B f l ash driv e or an ex ternal hard disk . Y ou c an c onnec t either of these to the Windows-b ased c om puter and to the Windows 7-b ased c om puter. to • U se a C D b urner or a D V D b urner in the Windows-b ased c om puter and b l ank m edia so that you c an b urn the f il es and settings to a disc . T hen, you c an transf er the f il es and settings to Windows 7. I f additional m edia is req uired, the user is prom pted to c ontinue to insert additional m edia until al l the data b eing m igrated is stored. T he M igration Wiz ard supports b urning D V D s f rom  ...