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Resumes/Cover Letters - Student Affairs - Stanford University

A resume is a brief summary of your qualifications, education, and experiences relevant to your job search objective. The purpose of a resume is to obtain an interview. Employers will spend less than 30 seconds reviewing your resume; therefore, the information must be conveyed in a clear, well-organized style. The sections of a resume are listed below. Your Name Email address Phone number Current Address Web page and/or LinkedIn address (if pertinent) Objective This section is optional. The objective can include the specific position you are seeking, skills you wish to use on the job, field or organization type by which you wish to be employed, or a combination of all of the above. RESUMES/COVER LETTERS Education This section should include: •   ame of the degree-granting institutions; List most recent first. N •  Degree received and major •   raduation date or projected graduation date, or dates of attendance if a G degree was not completed •  Overseas academic experience Optional: •  Any minors, specialization or focus areas •  Courses relevant to the position for which you are applying •   onors and GPA (if they are a strong selling point). Indicate GPA based H on a 4.0 scale. •  Senior research/honors thesis title and brief description •  Freshmen and sophomores can include high school Permanent Address Sample Objectives •   position as an editorial A assistant. •   lectrical engineering E internship. •   o obtain a position in finance. T •   program coordinator position A in a community organization working with youth. •   eeking a position in museum S administration requiring strong writing skills and a background in art history. •   o apply decision and systems T

Booster W/Master Cyl. - Tuff Stuff Performance Accessories

Booster W/Master Cyl. Power Brake Booster w/Master Cylinder • Specific fit applications available in beautiful chrome plated or gold zinc finishes • 1” and 1-1/8” master cylinder bores work with disc/ disc, disc/drum, and drum/drum brake set-ups • Single and dual diaphragm styles available in 7”, 8”, 9” and 11” diameters to fit virtually all hot rods, customs and muscle cars • 100% all new components - and every unit is vacuum tested to insure reliability • Works with many stock mounting bracket set-ups and with Tuff Stuff bracket kits on page 36 GM A & F Body 2126NA GM A & F Body 1964 - 66 Style 2126N 9” Single Diaphragm Booster Combo, 3/8”-16 studs Master Cylinder Chrome Gold Zinc 1-1/8” 2126NA 2126NB 2020 Dual reservoir GM A & F Body Bore 2071 Single reservoir 1” 2126NA-1 2126NB-1 2018 Dual reservoir 1” 2126NA-2 2126NB-2 7-1/8 long pedal rod, 1-1/2" vertical mounting hole spacing GM A & F Body 1966 - 72 2127NA Style 2127N 11” Single Diaphragm Booster Combo, 3/8”-16 stud Master Cylinder Bore Chrome Gold Zinc 2071 Dual reservoir 1-1/8” 2127NA 2127NB 2020 Dual reservoir 1” 2127NA-1 2127NB-1 2018 Dual reservoir 1” 2127NA-2 2127NB-2 Nova Chevy Nova 1962 - 67 Style 2133N 9” Single Diaphragm Booster Combo, 3/8”-16 studs Master Cylinder Chrome Gold Zinc 2071 Dual reservoir 1-1/8” 2133NA 2133NB 2020 Dual reservoir 1” 2133NA-1 2133NB-1 2018 Dual reservoir 2133NA Bore 1” 2133NA-2 2133NB-2 3 Mounting studs GM Truck 1973 - 92 GM Truck Style 2132N 11” Dual Diaphragm Booster Combo, 10x1.5 metric Master Cylinder Gold Zinc 1”-1/8” 2132NA 2132NB 2020 Dual reservoir 1” 2132NA-1 2132NB-1 2018 Dual reservoir 30 Chrome 2071 Single reservoir 2132NA Bore 1” 2132NA-2 2132NB-2 3/8-16 Pedal rod length 1-800-331-6562 Booster W/Master Cyl. Power Brake Booster w/Master Cylinder • Specific fit applications available in beautiful chrome plated or gold zinc finishes • 1” and 1-1/8” master cylinder bores work with disc/ disc, disc/drum, and drum/drum brake set-ups • Single and dual diaphragm styles available in 7”, 8”, 9” and 11” diameters to fit virtually all hot rods, customs and muscle cars • 100% all new components - and every unit is vacuum tested to insure reliability • Works with many stock mounting bracket set-ups and with Tuff Stuff bracket kits on page 36 ...

Brakes - Classic Auto Supply
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Spacer - Brake Pedal Support to Body....................6.00 Gasket - Rear Wheel Bearing Retainer......................95 . NOW AVAILABLE: Brake drums made with detailed features per original specifications, balanced, and MADE IN THE USA. These are the best brake drums available! 1125A Front Brake Drum - 55/56....................................131.95 1125B Front Brake Drum - 57.........................................131.95 1126A Rear Brake Drum - 55/56.....................................131.95 1126B Rear Brake Drum - 57..........................................131.95 NOTE: BRAKE DRUMS SHIPPED AT ACTUAL COST 1193 Gasket - Front Brake Grease Baffle.........................1.05 2001 Disc brake pads.....................................................34.95 2004B Master Cylinder Repair Kit 1" Dia..........................25.98 . 2005 Booster Assy. - Power Brake - requires 2005D to convert to 56/57 T-Bird - Does not come with 2365A check valve . ..................................499.00 2005A Power Brake Booster Vacuum Line - 55................ 11.50 2005ASS Same As Above - Stainless Steel Line.................17.22 2005B Power Brake Booster Vacuum Line - 56................ 11.50 2005BSS Same As Above - Stainless Steel Line.................17.25 2005C Power Brake Booster Vacuum Line - 57................12.25 2005CSS Same As Above - Stainless Steel Line.................18.25 2005CE Power Brake Booster Vac Line - Dual 4...................8.35 2005CESS Same As Above - Stainless Steel Line.................10.45 2005D Power Brake Booster Line - To Convert Pass. Car Booster to T-Bird - 56/57.....................10.45 2005DSS Same As Above - Stainless Steel Line.................14.65 2005E Clip - To Hold 2005B & C to 9180 Brkt.....................1.85 2005F Rebuild Kit - Power Brake Booster (Does Not Include 2394)....................................178.00 2005G Vacuum Line - Flex - Power Brake Booster.............2.10 2005GE Vacuum Line - Flex Powr Brk Boostr - 57 "E"..........3.15 2005GF Vacuum Line - Flex Powr Brk Boostr - 57 "F"..........3.68 . Disc brakes now available See page 11 for details...

BRAKE BOOSTER
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BRAKE BOOSTER REMOVAL OF BRAKE BOOSTER 1. REMOVE MASTER CYLINDER (See page BR–10) 2. DISCONNECT VACUUM HOSE FROM BRAKE BOOSTER 3. REMOVE PEDAL RETURN SPRING 4. REMOVE CLIP AND CLEVIS PIN 5. REMOVE BRAKE BOOSTER, GASKET AND CLEVIS BR–17 BRAKE SYSTEM – Brake Booster INSTALLATION OF BRAKE BOOSTER (See page BR–16) 1. ADJUST LENGTH OF BOOSTER PUSH ROD (a) Install the gasket on the master cylinder. (b) Set the SST on the gasket, and lower the pin until its tip slightly touches the piston. SST 09737–00010 (c) Turn the SST upside down, and set it on the booster. SST 09737–00010 (d) Measure the clearance between the booster push rod and pin head (SST). Clearance: 0 mm (0 in.) (e) Adjust the booster push rod length until the push rod lightly touches the pin head. 2. INSTALL BRAKE BOOSTER, GASKET AND CLEVIS (a) Install the booster and gasket. (b) Install the clevis. (c) Install and torque the booster mounting nuts. Torque: 13 N–m (130 kgf–cm, 9 ft–lbf ) 3. CONNECT CLEVIS TO BRAKE PEDAL Insert the clevis pin into the clevis and brake pedal and install the clip to the clevis pin. 4. INSTALL PEDAL RETURN SPRING 5. INSTALL MASTER CYLINDER (See page BR–15) 6. CONNECT HOSE TO BRAKE BOOSTER 7. FILL BRAKE RESERVOIR WITH BRAKE FLUID AND BLEED BRAKE SYSTEM (See page BR–8) 8. CHECK FOR FLUID LEAKAGE 9. CHECK AND ADJUST BRAKE PEDAL (See page BR–6) 10. PERFORM OPERATIONAL CHECK (See page BR–7)

Bleeding Procedures - Bepco, Inc.
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CONTENTS, PART I - Consists of the bleeding procedure for the Hydraulic Brake Booster only. The Hydraulic Brake Booster works in conjunction with the Power Steering Pump and the Power Steering Gear. CONTENTS, PART II - Consists of bleeding procedure for the Brake System. The Brake System consists of the Master Cylinder and the Wheel Cylinders. The Hydraulic Booster System uses power steering fluid. IMPORTANT! The Brake System uses hydraulic brake fluid. THESE SYSTEMS ARE SEPERATE! USE OF THE WRONG FLUID TYPE WILL CAUSE SEAL DAMAGE TO OCCUR. DO NOT MIX THE TWO SYSTEMS! PART I BLEEDING PROCEDURES FOR THE HYDRAULIC BRAKE BOOSTER 1. Fill power steering pump reservoir with power steering fluid. 2. Start engine and run for approximately two seconds then shut off engine. 3. Check fluid level; add as required. 4. Repeat steps two and three until (power steering reservoir) fluid retains constant level. 5. Raise the front of the vehicle until the height has cleared the tires. 5-a. Run engine at 1000 to 1500rpm. 5-b. Depress brake pedal several times. 5-c. Turn steering right and left, making light contact with wheel stops. 6. Turn the engine off, recheck reservoir fluid, and add if needed. 7. Lower the vehicle and repeat steps 5-a, 5-b, 5-c and 6. 8. If pedal is up and firm, the vehicle is ready for road testing. 9. If reservoir fluid is extremely foamy, let the vehicle stand with engine off for one hour, then recheck. Section I - Trouble Shooting & Guidelines • Page 9 SECTION I - TROUBLE SHOOTING & GUIDELINES PART II - ALL VACUUM UNITS - BLEEDING PROCEDURES IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT ALL BRAKE BLEEDING BE PERFORMED WITH A PRESSURE BLEEDER. IF ONE IS NOT AVAILABLE, USE THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURE:...

Twelve Hardman Grands Installed in the New Park Central Hotel in ...

The Music Trade Review Twelve Hardman Grands Installed in the New Park Central Hotel in New York Entire Equipment of New Hotel Consists of Straight Hardman Grands and One Hardman Welte-Mignon (Licensee) Reproducing Piano *~pHE installation of twelve Hardman grand drawn thousands of interested visitors into the •*• pianos in the new fifteen-million-dollar hotel. Hardman grands have been placed in Park Central Hotel, at Seventh avenue and Fifty- most of these salons, which will be used for fifth street, New York, a week or two ago, con- private social functions. The period rooms 19 Made General Manager DES MOINES, IA., September 12.—Theodore Hohtanz, formerly of St. Paul, Minn., has been made general manager of the Des Moines Music Co. While in St. Paul, Mr. Hohtanz held a similar position with the Peyer Music Co., and was also president of the Northwest Radio Dealers' Association, Inc. He was also a member of the board of directors of the Northwest Radio Trade Association. Visitors at Hardmans Among the recent visitors at the executive offices of Hardman, Peck & Co., New York, were Frank Ives, of Freeport, L. I.; I. Feinberg, of Rochester, N. Y.; Mr. Head, manager of the piano department of the Kay-Graham store, Portsmouth, O., and Mr. Schmoller, of the Schmoller & Mueller Piano Co., Omaha, Neb. To Open New Store CKANDON, WIS., September 14.—H. W. Frendenberger has announced that he will open a music store in the hardware department in the Page Mercantile building here featuring a complete line of Waltham pianos and sheet music, and that he will also give musical instruction. Carl E. Peck Returns Carl E. Peck, president of Hardman, Peck & Co., New York, returned this week from a two-months' vacation spent with Mrs. Peck in Bar Harbor, Me. Mr. Peck spent most of his time in the open and returns to his desk in a fit condition. H. A. Yost and his son, H. G. Yost, have opened a new music store at 219 South Boulder avenue, Tulsa, Okla., handling Columbia phonographs, Zenith radios and musical accessories.

Kevin Balke. Ph.D., P.E. Texas Transportation Institute Westin Park ...

Kevin Balke. Ph.D., P.E.. Texas Transportation Institute. Westin Park Central Hotel. Dallas, Texas. Page 2. ▻ Overview of ITS. ▻ TTI ITS Applications. ▻ Future ... Overview of ITS TTI ITS Applications Future Applications of ITS ITS = Intelligent Transportation System Application of advanced surveillance, control, information, vehicle, and communications technologies to address safety, mobility and environmental issues Began as official program of USDOT in 1991 Traffic and Transit Management Road Weather Monitoring and Information Systems Commercial Vehicle Fleet Operations

HTC Professional Floor Systems Grinding machines

HTC's grinding machines have unique benefits that makes your everyday life as ... provides a significantly simplified handling of the machine during grinding ... Professional Floor Systems Grinding machines The complete range of diamond floor grinders HTC’s floor polishing and grinding machines are appreciated by thousands of customers all over the world. The diamond floor grinders are available in several different sizes and versions depending on your needs and demands. As the leading manufacturer and supplier of floor grinding equipment we have the largest range of products. Our floor grinders cover everything from edges to huge areas of thousands of square meters and are suitable for floor preparation, grinding and polishing of for example natural stone, concrete and wooden floors. The radio control provides a significantly simplified handling of the machine during grinding and transportation. It also makes it possible to grind for a long period of time without a break. The radio control provides a significantly simplified handling of the machine during grinding and transportation. It also makes it possible to grind for a long period of time without a break.

tipton county, tennessee street & road map book - South Tipton ...

THE TIPTON COUNTY EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS DISTRICT HAS COMPILED THIS MAP BOOK USING INFORMATION FROM SEVERAL SOURCES. EVERY EFFORT HAS BEEN MADE TO PROVIDE AN ACCURATE MAP BOOK OF THE STREETS AND ROADS IN TIPTON COUNTY. THE TIPTON COUNTY GIS DEPARTMENT HAS HAD A SIGNIFICANT INPUT IN COMPILING THE INFORMATION. WITH GIS ASSISTANCE THE ROAD AND STREET INFORMATION IS AS ACCURATE AS POSSIBLE. HOWEVER, WE MAKE NO WARRANTIES AS TO THE ACCURACY AND COMPLETENESS OF THE MAPS OR TABLES. THIS MAP BOOK WAS CREATED IN TIPTON COUNTY TIPTON COUNTY EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS DISTRICT 220 Highway 51 N, Suite 4 Covington, TN 38019 BOARD MEMBERS DIRECTOR Chairman James Sneed Renee Downing Vice Chairman Jim Harger Treasurer Roy Warmath Dale Burress Bennie Carver Ricky Fletcher Jeff Mason Larry McKee Tommy Rogers OPERATION MANAGER Dana Howeth INSTRUCTIONS FOR LOCATION STREETS/ROADS EACH MAP PAGE SHOWS A GROUP OF NUMBERS WITHIN A SQUARE ON THE LOWER RIGHT HAND CORNER. THESE NUMBERS INDICATE THE CORRESPONDING MAP PAGES IN THIS BOOK. THE GRAY SQUARE WITHIN THE TIPTON COUNTY OVERVIEW IS THE MAP LOCATION. EXAMPLE: IN THE INDEX, ‘A STREET’ IS LISTED AS BEING ON MAP PAGE 041‐A. WHEN YOU TURN TO THIS MAP PAGE, NUMBER 041‐A IS THE NUMBER IN THE HIGHLIGHTED CENTER SQUARE. ALL NUMBERS IN THE SURROUNDING SQUARE ON EACH PAGE DIRECT YOU TO THE CORRESPONDING PAGES NEXT TO THAT MAP PAGE. THE NUMBERS SHOWN ON THE MAP PAGES ALONG STREET/ROADS REPRESENT THE NUMBER RANGES BETWEEN INTERSECTIONS. A CORRESPONDING TABLE IS INCLUDED SHOWNIG STREET/ROAD NAMES WITH ADDRESS RANGES AND REGION. WE HOPE THIS INFORMATION IS HELPFUL. THANK YOU FOR USING OUR MAP BOOK.

Geologic Map of East Tennessee with Explanatory Text

CONTENTS Page Abstract…………………………………………………...…………………………………………………1 Introduction ………………………………………………………...……………………………………… 3 Area covered by present map…………………………………………………………………...…………. 3 Compilation of the map ……………………………………………………………………………………. 3 Map units…………………………………………………………………………………………………… 6 Acknowledgments……………………………………………………………………………………….…. 8 Physical geography …...........…………………………………………………………........................…… 11 Regional setting .........................…............…………………………………………………….…. 11 Unaka Mountains .............................................……………………………………………….….. 11 Valley of East Tennessee ........................................………………………………………………. 14 Cumberland Plateau ..............................……………………………………………………….…. 16 Erosion surfaces ................................................………………………………………………….. 17 Description of rock units .............................................……………………………………………….…… 21 Pre-Cambrian crystalline complex …………………………………...............................…….….. 21 Mount Rogers volcanic group ….......................................…………………………………..…… 23 Ocoee series ....................................................………………………………………………….… 24 Name, subdivision .........................................……………………………………………. 24 Northeast of Pigeon River ……………………………………………………………..… 24 Southwest of Pigeon River, foothill belt……………………………………………….… 28 Southwest of Pigeon River, mountain belt…………………………………………..…… 31 General remarks………………………………………………………………………...… 33 Unicoi formation and Cochran conglomerate…………………………………………………...… 34 Hampton formation and Nichols shale………………………………………………………..…… 38 Erwin formation and equivalent rocks…………………………………………………………..… 39 Shady dolomite……………………………………………………………………………….….… 42 Rome formation……………………………………………………………………………….…… 43 Conasauga shale or Conasauga group…………………………………………………………...… 47 Name, contacts………………………………………………………………………….… 47 Northwestern phase: Conasauga shale………………………………………………….… 48 Central phase: Pumpkin Valley to Maynardville formations…………………………..… 49 Southeastern phase: Honaker dolomite, Nolichucky shale, and Maynardville limestone………………………………………………………………... 51 Knox dolomite or Knox group…………………………………………………………………….. 53 Name, subdivision………………………………………………………………………… 53 Northwestern phase: dominantly dolomite……………………………………………….. 55 Southeastern phase: dominantly limestone……………………………………………….. 61 Lower and middle parts of Chickamauga limestone and equivalent rocks………………………... 64...

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