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Safety Precautions To ensure safe operation please read the following statements and understand their meaning. Also refer to your equipment owner's manual for other important safety information. This manual contains safety precautions which are explained below. Please read carefully. WARNING Warning is used to indicate the presence of a hazard that can cause severe personal injury, death, or substantial property damage if the warning is ignored. CAUTION Caution is used to indicate the presence of a hazard that will or can cause minor personal injury or property damage if the caution is ignored. NOTE Note is used to notify people of installation, operation, or maintenance information that is important but not hazard-related. For Your Safety! These precautions should be followed at all times. Failure to follow these precautions could result in injury to yourself and others. WARNING WARNING WARNING Rotating Parts can cause severe injury. Hot Parts can cause severe burns. Stay away while engine is in operation. Explosive Fuel can cause fires and severe burns. Do not touch engine while operating or just after stopping. Do not fill the fuel tank while the engine is hot or running. Explosive Fuel! Gasoline is extremely flammable and its vapors can explode if ignited. Store gasoline only in approved containers, in well ventilated, unoccupied buildings, away from sparks or flames. Do not fill the fuel tank while the engine is hot or running, since spilled fuel could ignite if it comes in contact with hot parts or sparks from ignition. Do not start the engine near spilled fuel. Never use gasoline as a cleaning agent.
Food Exchange Lists The following pages separate foods into these seven groups: - Starches Fruits and Fruit Juices Milk, Yogurt, and Dairy-like foods Non-Starchy Vegetables Sweets, Desserts, and Other Carbohydrates Meats and Meat Substitutes Fats At the top of each section you will find the amount of carbohydrate, protein, fat and calories found in each selection. These food lists can be used for: • • • • counting carbohydrates counting calories counting grams of fat counting grams of protein DTC - UCSF To help you make healthy food choices: • milk products are separated by fat and calorie content • meats and protein foods are separated by fat and calorie content • dietary fats are divided into unsaturated and saturated sources Compiled from: Choose Your Foods: Exchange Lists for Diabetes American Dietetic Association and American Diabetes Association, 2008 1 Starches Breads and Flours Each Serving = 15 g carbohydrate, 3 g protein, 0-1 g fat, 80 calories Bagel Biscuit Bread Reduced-calorie White, whole-grain, pumpernickel, rye, unfrosted raisin Bun (hotdog or hamburger) Chapatti, small Cornbread English muffin Flour, corn meal, wheat germ Naan Indian Bread Pancake, 1/4 inch thick Pita bread Roll, plain, small Stuffing, bread Taco shell or tostada shell Tortilla Corn or flour, 6 inches across Flour, 10 inches across Waffle
Breakfast Lunch 1 whole wheat English muffin 1 Tbsp. sugar free jam 1 poached egg 1 Tbsp. “0g trans-fat” butter spread 1 small apple Total: 51g Carbs tuna salad sandwich with 4oz tuna 2 slices whole wheat bread 4 oz. low-fat yogurt ½ cup sliced strawberries 5 baby carrots 2 Tbsp. low fat Ranch Total: 46g Carbs 2 slices turkey deli meat 2 slices whole wheat bread 2 Tbsp. mustard 1 slice American cheese 1 small bag baked potato chips (1 oz.) Total: 48g Carbs Frozen entrée with less than 300 calories & 30g Carbs 1 small pear ½ cup cherry tomatoes 1 Tbsp. low fat ranch dressing Total: 54g Carbs 3 oz. roasted chicken breast 1 cup baked winter squash ½ cup cooked spinach 1 small whole wheat roll ½ Tbsp. “0g trans-fat” butter spread Total: 53g Carbs 4 oz. salmon ½ baked potato ½ Tbsp. “0g trans-fat” butter spread 1 cup carrots 1 small chocolate chip cookie
Each year, more than 200 million Americans visit public gardens, zoos, aquariums, and arboreta. In the Chicago area, our “living collections” organizations welcome approximately 10 million people annually. We protect many thousands of rare and endangered species, and our scientists conduct research and create practical, effective solutions for preserving wildlife and biodiversity throughout the world. Our educators engage students of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities, helping to inspire the next generation to continue our work. This past March 3—World Wildlife Day—the Garden joined with the Brookfield Zoo, Lincoln Park Zoo, Shedd Aquarium, and the Morton Arboretum to encourage people to find out more about what we are doing to preserve wildlife and biodiversity, and to get involved. I hope you will join our efforts to promote the conservation of plants and animals, and the healthy habitats on which we all depend. This summer, the Garden offers not only a joyful abundance of plants and gardens in full bloom, but a full schedule of events, with extended summer hours. On Saturday, June 7, we host World Environment Day, offering fun, fascinating facts and activities focusing on the many ways people of all ages can help protect our planet (see the article on pages 6 and 7). In this issue of Keep Growing, you will discover what Garden scientists are doing to save Pitcher’s thistle, a native plant that grows on sand dunes around Lakes Michigan, Huron, and Superior. You will read about how the Garden is partnering with the local community to rescue ravines threatened by erosion, and how we were honored recently for our restoration leadership. You’ll also learn how the Garden’s horticultural therapy certificate program provided a new career path. There is much more in this summer issue, including a profile on the English Walled Garden, which is undergoing renovation (it’s open during the work). We also update you as progress continues on the Kris Jarantoski Campus and the addition to the North Branch Trail. As always, we include information about our many adult education, teacher and student, and youth and family programs and classes. Come to the Garden to enjoy its beauty, and pause to learn something new about plants that you didn’t know before. Knowledge is power, and we can use our knowledge about plants and their critical role in supporting life to advocate for their survival, and ours. As you will learn at World Environment Day, small changes collectively can produce big results. Thank you for coming to your Garden this summer!
Features and Design This Multimedia Projector is designed with the most advanced technology for portability, durability, and ease of use. This projector utilizes built-in multimedia features, a palette of 16.77 million colors, and matrix liquid crystal display (LCD) technology. ◆ Large Screen in Limited Space - Short focus lens allows you to project large images from short distance. (p. 14) ◆ Antitheft Alarm Function This projector is equipped with an Antitheft alarm function which sounds when a vibration is detected. (pp. 48, 50 - 52) ◆ Security Features - The projector cannot be operated without remote control. Keep the remote control securely at hand to minimize the risk of theft. - Easily identifiable orange cabinet for security. - The PIN cord lock guards the projector from an unauthorized user. (pp. 19, 47, 48). ◆ Logo Function The Logo function allows you to customize the screen logo. The Logo page identifies the owner of the projector. (pp. 43, 44) ◆ Compact Design This projector is designed to be compact in size and weight. It is easy to carry and work anywhere you want to use. ◆ Quick Termination The AC power cord can be unplugged immediately after turning off the projector without waiting for the projector to cool down. (p. 20) ◆ Digital Zoom (for Computer) The digital zoom function allows you to focus on crucial information during a presentation. You can expand the images approx. 16 times the screen size and compress them to approx. half of the screen size. (p. 34) ◆ Blackboard Function A blackboard✳ can be used as a projection screen. (pp. 31, 38) ✳ The board color is limited to Green. ◆ Multilanguage Menu Display The Operation menu is available in 16 languages; English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Swedish, Finnish, Polish, Hungarian, Romanian, Russian, Chinese, Korean, or Japanese. (p. 42)
Features and Design This Multimedia Projector is designed with the most advanced technology for portability, durability, and ease of use. This projector utilizes built-in multimedia features, a palette of 16.77 million colors, and matrix liquid crystal display (LCD) technology. ◆ Compact Design ◆ Multilanguage Menu Display This projector is designed compact in size and weight. It is easy to carry and work anywhere you wish to use. ◆ Compatibility The projector widely accepts various video and computer input signals including: C o m p u t e r s , 6 C o l o r s y s t e m s ( PA L , SECAM, NTSC, NTSC4.43, PAL-M, and PAL-N), Component video, S-Video and RGB scart. ◆ Logo Function ◆ Simple Computer System Setting The projector has the Multi-scan system to conform to almost all computer output signals quickly. (p.26) The digital zoom function expands (to approx. 16 times of the screen size) the image size, allowing you to focus on crucial information during the presentation. (p.33) The Logo function allows you to customize the screen logo with the Logo functions. (p.42-44) You can capture an image for the screen logo, choose a logo between provided and captured. ◆ Power Management ◆ Digital Zoom (for Computer) Operation menu is available in 16 languages: English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Swedish, Finnish, Polish, Hungarian, Romanian, Russian, Chinese, Korean, and Japanese. (p.41) The Power management function reduces power consumption and maintains the lamp life. (p.46) ◆ Lamp Control Brightness of the projection lamp can be selected. (p.47) ◆ Noise Reduction function ◆ Security Function The Noise reduction function helps you to reduce the contained noise on the screen to get smoother images. (p.39) ◆ Blackboard Function Blackboard* can be used as a projection screen. *The board color is limited to Green. (p.30, 37) ◆ Input Search Function ✔ Note: The Security function helps you to ensure the security with the Key lock (p.48) and the PIN code lock (p.18, 48, 49) functions. You can lock the operation on the projector and the remote control. Also you can prevent unauthorized persons from using the projector. Input signal can be searched automatically. (p.45)
❏ SD Memory Card Viewer ✽ efer to the owner’s manual below for details R about network and memory viewer function. ■ Network Set-up and Operation (For Windows / For Macintosh) ■ Memory Viewer function ■ PJ Network Manager (For Windows) Features and Design This Multimedia Projector is designed with the most advanced technology for portability, durability, and ease of use. This projector utilizes built-in multimedia features, a palette of 16.77 million colors, and matrix liquid crystal display (LCD) technology. ◆ arge Screen in Limited Space L Short focus lens allows you to project large images from short distance (p.14). Images can be projected on the floor. ◆ ecurity Function S The Security function helps you to ensure security of the projector. With the Key lock function, you can lock the operation on the top control or remote control (p.51). PIN code lock functions prevents unauthorized use of the projector (pp.20, 52–53). ◆Useful Functions for Presentations T - he digital zoom function expands (to approx. 16 times of the screen size) the image size, allowing you to focus on crucial information during the presentation. (p.36) ◆Logo Function The Logo function allows you to customize the screen logo. The Logo page identifies the owner of the projector (pp.47 48). , The Operation menu is available in 16 languages: English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Swedish, Finnish, Polish, Hungarian, Romanian, Russian, Chinese, Korean, and Japanese (p.45). ◆Power Management The Power management function reduces power consumption and maintains lamp life (p.50). ◆Simple Computer System Setting The projector has a Multi-scan system to conform to almost all computer output signals quickly (p.28). (pp.32-33, 40-41) *The board color is limited to Green. - t the time of simple projection on the colored A wall, you can get the close color image to the color image projected on a white screen by selecting the similar color to the wall color from the preset four colors. ◆Multilanguage Menu Display ◆Antitheft Alarm Function This projector is equipped with an Antitheft alarm function which sounds when vibration is detected (pp.56–59). A built-in rechargeable battery is used for the alarm. - blackboard can be used as a projection screen. A ◆Input Search Function Input signal can be searched automatically. (p.49) ◆Compatibility The projector widely accepts various video and computer input signals including; Computers, 6 Color systems (PAL, SECAM, NTSC, NTSC4.43, PAL-M, or PAL-N), Component video, S-Video and RGB scart.
The publication of the English translation of Tooth Whitening in Esthetic Dentistry by the esteemed authors, Drs. Seok-Hoon Ko and So-Ran Kwon, is a major contribution to the dental literature. I have been so proud of the great progress that we have seen in esthetic dentistry in Korea, and so much of it is due to this dynamic husband and wife duo. Dr. So-Ran Kwon has become one of the most knowledgeable authorities on tooth whitening, as she has both researched and lectured considerably on the topic. In most every study that we have seen regarding patient requests for dental services, tooth whitening is at the top of the list. And of tooth whitening options, certainly bleaching is the most conservative and economical treatment available. Of course, when bleaching isn’t effective, composite resin bonding, porcelain laminates, or all-ceramic crowns are excellent alternatives. But the first and most conservative approach to any treatment plan should always be to consider whether bleaching can serve as the ideal treatment option - or at least aid in the whitening of adjacent or opposing teeth when laminates, bonding or crowns are selected. This book dissects the subject quite well and gives both young and seasoned dentists alike an excellent approach to the topic. It deals not only with various whitening techniques, but also with the occurrence of sensitivity in certain situations and the maintenance required to keep the teeth as light as possible. Overall, this is a particularly well thought-out and beautifully illustrated text. Another valuable inclusion in the book is the “Tooth Whitening Communication Tool,” which consists of before and after bleaching results. It is a great demonstration tool, and patients will welcome the realistic pictures showing accurate bleaching shade changes in response to different types of tooth stains.
Hogwarts as easy as Banoffi Pie! With more than 150 easy-to-make recipes and a guide to where the foods can be found in the series, you can create perfect Potter meals drawn straight from the pages of your favorite stories. With a dash of mystery and a dollop of creativity, you’ll conjure up the entrées, desserts, snacks, and drinks you need to transform ordinary meals into culinary magical masterpieces sure to make even Mrs. Weasley proud! Dinah Bucholz taught English before working as a copyeditor for a book publisher. A passionate pie baker known for her fine desserts, Bucholz is now a full-time mother to her four children in Philadelphia, PA. Visit her website at www.unofficialharrypottercookbook.com. This publication is designed to provide accurate and authoritative information with regard to the subject matter covered. It is sold with the understanding that the publisher is not engaged in rendering legal, accounting, or other professional advice. If legal advice or other expert assistance is The following recipes were created for this book by Chef Chris Koch. Chef Chris, a classically French– trained chef, is the culinary director of a Philadelphia cooking school, kitchen director for a number of TV shows, and author of Learning the Basics: A Home Cook’s Guide to the Kitchen. You can visit his website at www.chef-chris.com. English Fried Eggs and a Gammon of Bacon Tender Roast Loin of Pork with Variations French Onion Soup Melton Mowbray Pork Pies English Farmhouse Scrambled Eggs and Bacon Breaded Pork Chops Queen Victoria’s Soup Chicken and Ham Pie Bouillabaisse Stewed Tripe and Onions Also thanks to Abe Polatsek for contributing the recipe for The Roast Beef of Old England. This book is available at quantity discounts for bulk purchases. For information, please call 1-800-289-0963.
Boeing B747-400/-400F/-8/-8F Description: Boeing B747-400/-400F/-8/-8F Language: English Final/Draft/Interim: Final OEB Report category: Aeroplanes Manufacturers: BOEING COMPANY (THE) European Aviation Safety Agency: Ottoplatz 1, D-50679 Cologne, Germany - easa.europa.eu An agency of the European Union EUROPEAN AVIATION SAFETY AGENCY Operational Evaluation Board Report Boeing 747-400 / -400F / -8 / -8F Flight Crew Qualifications Report, Rev 2 27 Nov 2013 European Aviation Safety Agency Postfach 10 12 53 D-50452 Köln Germany EASA Operational Evaluation Board Boeing B747-400/-8/-8F – Flight Crew Qualifications Boeing 747-400 / -400F / -8 / -8F Operational Evaluation Board – Flight Crew Qualifications Captain Graham Pass EASA OEB B747 Chairman Captain Klaus Walkner EASA OEB Expert Operational Suitability – Fixed Wing Aircraft – Experts Department, EASA Certification Directorate Captain Herbert Meyer Section Manager, Operational Suitability – Fixed Wing Aircraft – Experts Department, EASA Certification Directorate Revision Record Rev. No. First Issue Content Date new evaluation 18 Oct 2011 Rev 1 B747-8/-8F initial type rating training added. OneEngine Out Ferry Flight Recommendations for B747-400/-400F added. CTLC B747 towards B787 added. 05 Jun 2013 Rev 2 One-Engine Out Ferry Flight Recommendations amended, including B747-8/-8F. 27 Nov 2013 B747-400/-8/-8F OEB, Rev. 2 page 2 EASA Operational Evaluation Board Boeing B747-400/-8/-8F – Flight Crew Qualifications