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INTRODUCTION A complaint of a 'sore throat' is an extremely common presenting feature encountered by all otolaryngologists in their practice. However, most available literature and current concepts in the minds of otolaryngologists, paediatricians and general practitioners are confusing regarding how to differentiate between an ordinary sore throat requiring only medical treatment, from an attack of tonsillitis which may subsequently warrant surgical intervention. Since performing a tonsillectomy is not a particularly difficult task, frequently the decision is a surgical one. This could be avoided in several cases if a standard and straightforward protocol were to be followed. Changing trends in antibiotic sensitivities of causative organisms, coupled with a bewildering array and variety of antimicrobial agents, add to the confusion even in the line of medical treatment to be followed. It was with the specific purpose of clarifying these very confusing issues that a prospective study was undertaken in the ENT department at Safdarjung Hospital to try and objectify when to take the surgical option, what antibiotics to use after determining which are the commonly encountered pathogens and to try and pick out some commonly encountered predisposing factors, leading to tonsillitis. Review of Literature Celsus1 was the first to report the removal of tonsils and since then, many changes have been brought about in surgical technique and the indications to make the procedure safer than before.
BG PERSPECTIVE REQUIREMENTS GSW 1120 ( GSW 1100/1110) Quantitative Literacy (Group A Recommended) Elective Natural Science Elective Elective Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective Elective Humanities and Arts Elective Elective Cultural Diversity in the United States Elective Additional BG Perspective Course Elective One BG Perspective course from above is an International Perspective course CHOOSE ONE COURSE FROM THE FOLLOWING: _________ FCS 4800 Modernist Design Architecture _________ FCS 4800 Modernist Design Thinking _________ FCS 3950 Design Analysis _________ FCS 3950 Vanguard Design Composition _________ FCS 4800 Euro. Culture & Design (Study Abr) **Can also be used to fulfill one of the electives in BG Perspective requirements. All interior design core courses offered through the interior design program must be completed for a letter grade requirement. Faculty strongly encourage interior design majors to complete a work co-op as this greatly improves employment opportunities upon graduation. Completion of all coursework on this checksheet results in fewer than 122 hours. A minor is not required; however, students should choose to complete their electives by selecting courses which reinforce their major. ID students may also choose a minor to complete the minimum hours required for graduation. See University catalog for possible minors on the web at www.bgsu.edu/catalog/minors.html. At least 30 credit hours must be BGSU courses. Degree Audit Report (DAR) is available on MyBGSU. This is an unofficial record of a student’s progress.
To maintain an atmosphere that promotes the education process, all students are expected to be in dress code as they enter their first class and at all times during the school day. Their appearance should be neat and clean, and clothing properly fitted. Shirts are to be tucked in at the waist, so the belt or waistband can be seen. Shirts are to be kept buttoned at all times (collar button only allowed unbuttoned). Jackets, coats, hats or other such items are not to be taken or worn to class or lunchroom. The dress code will be checked throughout the school day including lunch and exchange of classes. A warning may be given for the first dress code violation. If a student is seen later in the day in violation that could have been corrected (i.e. shirt-tail hanging out or pants worn too low), a level one consequence (as defined in the handbook) will be assessed. No warning will be given for facial hair, inappropriate clothing, shoes or jewelry. Dress Code for Boys Shirt Button down, oxford dress shirt, long or short sleeve, in light blue or white. A plain, solid white t-shirt may be worn under the oxford shirt. Pants Dress pants or shorts in khaki, tan or navy blue. No cargo-style pants or shorts. Jeans are permitted only on designated Blue Jean Days. Shorts Navy blue or khaki walking-length shorts (just above the knee). Cargo-style shorts are not permitted at any time. Sweaters Solid, navy blue, crew neck sweater with length down to waist. No hoods on the sweater. Must wear a uniform shirt under sweater. Sweatshirts School-approved sweatshirts bearing the Routt script-letter in one of three colors: gray, black or purple. Hooded sweatshirts are not allowed. Sweatshirts with pockets or pouches are not allowed. Shoes Solid black or brown leather shoe (not two-tone color), loafer or lace-up style. No tennis shoe soles. Socks Solid black, white, or navy blue socks (small emblems are allowed) no shorter than ankle length and no higher than crew length. Belt Solid black or brown leather belt, ...
Has the organization experienced an operating deficit in the past two years? Please explain the deficit(s) and plan for reducing or eliminating the deficit(s). ATTACHMENTS REQUIRED: Cover letter Copy of your current IRS determination letter indicating tax exempt 501(c)(3) status. Board of Directors list, including names and affiliations Annual report, if available Current year budget for organization Most recent audited financial statements (if available) or IRS Form 990 A list of major corporate and foundation donors or the past two years. Summary of the organization’s three major core programs or activities Budget for program, project or capital campaign (if not operating expense) Authorization: The undersigned certifies that they are authorized to represent the organization applying for a grant and that the information contained in this application is accurate. The undersigned agrees that if a grant is awarded to the organization: ♦ ♦ ♦ The grant will be used for the purpose requested, Rabobank, N.A. has received nothing of material value in exchange for the grant, and Information about the organization and grant may be used by Rabobank, N.A. in any published materials. Signature of Executive Director or Board Chair Date: All applications should be sent to: Joyce Keane, CA Manager Rabobank, N.A. 915 Highland Pointe Drive, Suite 350 Roseville, CA 95678 916-797-8232 Joyce.Keane@rabobank.com CRA-300 (12/09)
Writers’ Guidelines Garden & Gun is a dynamic lifestyle magazine that’s all about the magic of the New South—the sporting culture, the food, the music, the art, the literature, the people, and the ideas. It is an enthusiast publication devoted to all things indigenous to the South and the Caribbean, and its main pursuit is a love of the land and a dedication to the sporting life. Writers are encouraged to study recent back issues for content and style. Visit Garden & Gun online at gardenandgun.com. We do not accept fiction, poetry, or previously published articles. Approximate word counts are as follows: Front-of-book pieces: 200 to 500 words Columns: 700 to 1,200 words Features: 1,500 to 3,000 words A query must consist of the following information to be considered: 1) a brief cover letter stating the subject and word length of the proposed article; 2) a detailed one-page outline explaining the information to be presented in the article; 3) a list of sources (including interviews) the author intends to use in preparing the article; 4) a self-addressed stamped envelope. Authors new to Garden & Gun should send a writing sample with the query. In all correspondence, please include your complete address as well as a telephone number and/or e-mail address where you can be reached. Rights and payment Payment for articles varies and is negotiated with the writer. Completed commissioned articles found unsuitable for publication will receive a kill fee of 25 percent of the agreed-on payment price. Garden & Gun buys all rights.
LETTER: Scientific findings on climate are real, not optional The letter by James Policelli (“America is heading down dangerous path,” Jan. 22) is proof that the far right lunatic fringe disavows science. On the next page of that day’s paper was a statement by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration that 2013 was the fourth warmest year on record. Policelli would likely claim that NOAA is a puppet of the Obama administration and has broadcast false information to further a socialist agenda. (What!) Let’s look at some indisputable facts. A comparison of NASA space shots of polar ice caps clearly indicates they are shrinking. Ocean levels have been measured to be rising. (Where do you think the melting polar ice caps go?)
Chapter 1: Introduction "The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposing ideas in mind at the same time and still retain the ability to function." F. Scott Fitzgerald In a letter written to publisher Stanley Unwin in 1950, J.R.R. Tolkien offers a curious assessment of his so-called “sequel” to The Hobbit, a work which, at “about 600,000 words,” had grown far beyond the length and scope of its precursor. Beginning in 1954, this work would be published in three volumes as The Lord of the Rings. “I have produced a monster,” he wrote, “an immensely long, complex, rather bitter, and very terrifying romance” (Letters 136). It is an oxymoronic description—a romance is seldom considered bitter or terrifying—yet I think an honest one, for it speaks to the deeply conflicted nature of the work. Though far shorter, “The Homecoming of Beorhtnoth Beorhthelm’s Son” is in this sense no less monstrous, for it too, and in much the same way, produces the contrary effects of bitterness and romance. Still, many readers of Tolkien’s work (perhaps even a majority of them) would have difficulty classifying the most popular fantasy work of the 20th century as bitter romance. For whatever reason, the validity of such a statement is not immediately clear, at least on the surface of things. It is a problem which speaks to questions of how we historicize, how we choose to remember (or misremember). The question plays out on two levels: in the poets and storytellers who recount events and in the responses of readers to these accounts. The problem of selective memory can emerge on either level. As it concerns Tolkien, the issue seems most troubling at the level of the reader. ...
STATE OF MN/DNR FIREARM/BOW At the Auction Barn 2 miles East of Zimmerman, MN INVENTORY WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PREVIEW/INSPECTION FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17TH 11 A.M.-5 P.M. AND SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18TH STARTING AT 8 A.M. AND ENDING AT 10:45 A.M. WE ENCOURAGE YOU TO MAKE TIME TO PREVIEW ITEMS PRIOR TO BIDDING. ALL ITEMS ARE SOLD AS-IS NO WARRANTY. RIFLES Browning A bolt 30-06 w/Nikon Buckmaster scope Browning A bolt 270 w/High country scope Browning A bolt 325WSM w/Leupold scope Remington 7600 270 w/Leupold scope Remington 7600 30-06 w/Tasco scope Remington 7600 30-06 w/Leupold scope Ruger Weatherby mag 270 w/Leupold scope Ruger M77 30-06 w/Bushnell scope Ruger Mark II 30-06 w/Cats eye scope Winchester model 70 30-06 w/Tasco scope Winchester model 70 25-06 w/Tasco scope Winchester model 70 270 w/Tasco scope Tika T-3 270 w/ Swift scope Marlin model 30AS 30-30 w/Simmons scope Marlin model 336W w/Simmons scope Marlin model 336 30-30 w/scope Marlin model 336 30-30 Savage model 340 E 222 rem w/scope Savage model 111 30-06 w/Simmons scope Savage model 111 30-06 w/Bushnell scope Glenfield model 30GT 30-30 w/Simmons scope Glenfield model 30A 30-30 w/Bushnell scope H&R SB2 25-06 Midland 243 bolt w/Tasco scope Interarms Mark X 270 w/scope Swedish Mauser w/Leupold scope BSA/Enfield model 41 30-06 Rosi 223 w/ FM scope A Rossi 243 w/scope Thompson Center Encore 270 w/Leupold scope Thompson Center Encore 243 w/Tasco scope Springfield Sporterized 30-06 w/Redfield scope High Point model 995 9mm w/scope All buyers will be required to pass a FBI NICS background check prior to taking possession of a firearm. This is an advance inventory list. The State of Minnesota reserves the right to add or remove items from this auction. A catalog will available on our web site Sept. 16th Kevin Hiller 763-856-2453 • Don Wangen 763-360-5272 Dan Hiller 612-670-2005 • Clark Trytten Auction Clerk: Hiller Auction Service Inc. 1-800-889-3458 www.hillerauction.com Please Note: There will be no Buyers fee for this auction. Minnesota Sales Tax applies. Credit Card Buyers will be charged a 3% convenience fee. Out of the area buyers must bring a bank letter for personal checks. ...
Epson 3800 & 4800– Printing handout 3 – LOUDEN Idea Lab – Foothill College – Epson Premium Luster Photo Paper (has both matte & photo black inks – for both surfaces of paper) LOAD PAPER in printer 3800 back-load with emulsion side out – 4800 front bottom load with emulsion side down –fine art surface/high quality papers will have various settings! 1. Open Image in Photoshop on Computer connected to Espon 3800 (look at image on-screen and do any last minute color or contrast adjustments – but have image as ready as you can). 2. File > Print 3. Change Vertical or Horizontal Orientation (paper icon with figure –beside Page Setup) 4. Click on Page Setup (make sure it is set on paper size you would like: -US Letter - 8.5”x11”, 11”x17”, OR Super B 13,x19” paper size) - You can also change the Orientation here too if you did not do so yet 5. Scaled Print Size • For US Letter Size: Make longest end 10” for US Letter, or press Scale to fit Media (make sure other dimension/side of image is no bigger than 8.5” for US Letter) ** This is for 8.5”x11” paper!! • Other Paper Sizes will require different Scaled Print Sizes FYI: Print Resolution: (should be above 150 PPI for quality print) 6. Color Handling • Color Handling: Photoshop Manages Colors • Printer Profile: Pro38 PLPP (for premium luster photo paper – profile for Epson paper) – This will be different for different paper surfaces & brands • Rendering Intent: Relative Color Metric (or Perceptual) 7. Press Print at bottom 8. A new window opens 9. Drop-Down Menu – where it says “Copies & Pages” (third drop down menu from top) – Choose PRINT SETTINGS 10. Print Settings: a. Media Type: Premium Luster Photo Paper (or paper type using) b. Print Mode: AccuPhoto HD (color) OR Advanced B&W c. Color Mode: OFF (No Color Management) d. Print Quality: Superfine – 1440 dpi OR SuperPhoto 2880dpi • High Speed (unchecked) • Finest Detail (checked) 11. Press Print
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