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Creating a route to an address 1 Touch Go to on the Home screen. The Main menu opens. 2 Touch Address on the Main menu. The city in which you are located is displayed, along with cities to which you have recently navigated. If this is the first time you are using the GPS, only the name of the city of your current GPS location is shown. 3 Touch the name of the city to which you want to navigate. The Enter House number keypad opens. - OR To go to a city that is not listed, touch Other city to open the Enter City name keypad, then enter the name of the city you want and touch Next. The Enter House number keypad opens. 4 Enter the house number, then touch Next. The Enter Street Name keypad opens. 5 Enter the name of the street. After entering a few characters, the GPS displays a list of street names that include those characters. 6 Touch the street name you want. If the street name is not on the list, touch the back arrow and re-enter the street name, then touch Next. The address card for your destination opens. 7 Touch Go. The GPS calculates your route. When the calculation is complete, the route is highlighted on the map view and the voice prompts begin. • To view the turn-by-turn maneuvers, touch the distance to next maneuver button at the top left of the map view. • To zoom in, touch the + button on the right side of the screen. • To zoom out, touch the - button on the side of the screen. • To pan across the map and view portions that are beyond the limits of the screen, touch the map anddrag your finger. When you do this, the GPS displays “Pan Mode” at the top of the screen. • To return to your last known location from Pan Mode, touch center car at the bottom of the screen. • To return to the Map view, touch the back arrow at the bottom left of the screen.
WARNING: The assembly must not be mounted so that it impairs the driver’s view of the road. Make sure that your car’s airbags are not obstructed by the GPS. Use the supplied mounting bracket and cradle to mount your GPS in a vehicle. 1 Slide the mounting cradle onto the end of the mounting bracket to secure it. 2 Set the bottom edge of the GPS onto the mounting cradle. Then push the retaining bracket at the top of the mounting cradle (1) toward the GPS unit. To remove the unit, push the retaining bracket at the top of the mount cradle toward the back of the GPS. 3 Lift the suction cup lever, then press the suction cup to the windshield. Press down on the suction cup lever (2) to secure the bracket to the windshield. 4 Rotate the mounted GPS (3) to a comfortable viewing position. Connecting power to your GPS Connecting to a cigarette lighter socket CAUTION: Disconnect the GPS from the DC power adapter when starting the vehicle. • Plug the USB connector on the DC power adapter into the USB port on the side of the GPS, then plug the DC plug into the vehicle’s 12-24V DC accessory socket (cigarette lighter socket). Getting started Using your GPS 1 Turn on the GPS. A splash screen appears for a few seconds, then the Safety Warning appears. 2 To continue using the GPS, touch I Agree at the bottom right of the screen. The Main menu opens....
Simply put, you may copy, print, redistribute, and re-purpose this textbook or parts of this textbook provided that you give attribution (credit) to Textbook Equity, and provided that any derivative work has the same Creative Commons license (CC-BY-NC-SA). That’s it. Textbook Equity, in turn, provides attribution, with thanks, to the Global Text Project, who provided the source textbook. Consistent with it’s strategic mission to provide free and low-cost textbooks, this is Textbook Equity’s derivative work based on “Accounting Principles: A Business Perspective First Global Text Edition, Volume 2 Managerial Accounting”, utilizing the permissions granted by it’s Creative Commons license. Global Text Project nor the original authors endorse or are responsible in any way for this printing or it’s contents. Textbook Provenance (1998 - 2011) 1998 Edition Accounting: A Business Perspective (Irwin/Mcgraw-Hill Series in Principles of Accounting) [Hardcover] Roger H. Hermanson (Author), James Don Edwards (Author), Michael W. Maher (Author) Eighth Edition Hardcover: 944 pages Publisher: Richard D Irwin; Sub edition (April 1998) Language: English ISBN-10: 0075615851 ISBN-13: 978-0075615859 Product Dimensions: 11.1 x 8.7 x 1.8 inches Current Hardbound Price $140.00 (Amazon.com) 2010 Editions (http://globaltext.terry.uga.edu/books/) Global Text Project Conversion to Creative Commons License CC-BY “Accounting Principles: A Business Perspective First Global Text Edition, Volume 1 Financial Accounting”, by Hermanson, Edwards, and Maher, Revision Editor: Donald J. McCubbrey, PhD. PDF Version, 817 pages, Free Download “Accounting Principles: A Business Perspective First Global Text Edition, Volume 2 Managerial Accounting”, by Hermanson, Edwards, and Ivancevich. Revision Editor: Donald J. McCubbrey, PhD. PDF Version Volume 2, 262 pages, Free Download Source URL: http://goo.gl/aOlrJ Saylor URL: http://www.saylor.org/courses/bus105/
iOS Programming iOS Programming: The Big Nerd Ranch Guide by Joe Conway and Aaron Hillegass Copyright © 2012 Big Nerd Ranch, Inc. All rights reserved. Printed in the United States of America. This publication is protected by copyright, and permission must be obtained from the publisher prior to any prohibited reproduction, storage in a retrieval system, or transmission in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or likewise. For information regarding permissions, contact Big Nerd Ranch, Inc. 1989 College Ave. Atlanta, GA 30317 (404) 478-9005 http://www.bignerdranch.com/ email@example.com The 10-gallon hat with propeller logo is a trademark of Big Nerd Ranch, Inc. Exclusive worldwide distribution of the English edition of this book by Pearson Technology Group 800 East 96th Street Indianapolis, IN 46240 USA http://www.informit.com The authors and publisher have taken care in writing and printing this book but make no expressed or implied warranty of any kind and assume no responsibility for errors or omissions. No liability is assumed for incidental or consequential damages in connection with or arising out of the use of the information or programs contained herein. App Store, Apple, Cocoa, Cocoa Touch, Finder, Instruments, iCloud, iPad, iPhone, iPod, iPod touch, iTunes, Keychain, Mac, Mac OS, Multi-Touch, Objective-C, OS X, Quartz, Retina, Safari, and Xcode are trademarks of Apple, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Many of the designations used by manufacturers and sellers to distinguish their products are claimed as trademarks. Where those designations appear in this book, and the publisher was aware of a trademark claim, the designations have been printed with initial capital letters or in all capitals. ISBN-10 0321821521 ISBN-13 978-0321821522 Third edition, second printing, August 2012
The new 540R v3 is designed for excellent multi-channel surround sound performance without compromising on music reproduction. As such the six fully discrete audiophile grade amplifiers are kept as separate as possible from the processing and input stages. A large power supply with low flux toroidal transformer and careful design of the audio stages ensure that the 540R v3 can reproduce the dynamics and scale required for modern movie soundtracks whilst also being able to reproduce a genuinely musical performance with either stereo or multichannel music sources. For the new v3 model we have made several enhancements. We have added 2 in 1 out HDMI switching, tweaked the amplifier designs for lower distortion, added a Stereo + Sub mode (digitally created sub) and post-processing modes with PLII to allow creation of a 6.1 output from 2.0/5.1 DD or DTS material. All video inputs are now fully freely assignable to any source, making the unit very flexible despite its relatively small size and socket count. A new Advanced Bass Management feature allows separate crossovers and trims for PLII/Neo, DD/DTS and Stereo + Sub modes, plus a Bass Augment function allows the front speakers to remain Large whilst also sending front left and right bass to the subwoofer. A full RS232 control protocol has been implemented and IR Emitter In added making it easy to integrate the 540R v3 into a Custom Install situation. As usual all this proprietary engineering is housed within our acoustically damped chassis with an Azur navigator remote control supplied Your 540R v3 can only be as good as the system it is connected to. Please do not compromise on your partnering equipment. Naturally we particularly recommend equipment from the Cambridge Audio Azur range which includes CD and DVD players which have been designed to the same exacting standards as this product. Your dealer can also supply excellent quality Cambridge Audio interconnects to ensure your system realises its full potential. Thank you for taking the time to read this manual, we do recommend you keep it for future reference.
HFC-134a was introduced by DuPont as a replacement for chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) in many applications. CFCs, which were developed over 60 years ago, have many unique properties. They are low in toxicity, nonflammable, noncorrosive and compatible with other materials. In addition, they offer the thermodynamic and physical properties that make them ideal for a variety of uses. CFCs are used as refrigerants; as blowing agents in the manufacture of insulation, packaging and cushioning foams; as cleaning agents for metal and electronic components; and in many other applications. thermal conductivity, and heat capacity data for saturated liquid and vapor in addition to heat capacity data and heat capacity ratios for both saturated and superheated vapors. Thermodynamic tables in English and SI units are available in Bulletins T-134a-ENG and T-134a-SI. Liquid and vapor densities are included in the thermodynamic tables. The thermodynamic and physical properties of HFC-134a, coupled with its low toxicity, make it a very efficient and safe replacement refrigerant for CFC-12 in many segments of the refrigeration industry, most notably in automotive air conditioning, appliances, small stationary equipment, mediumtemperature supermarket cases, and industrial and commercial chillers. Table 1 provides a comparison of the theoretical performance of CFC-12 and HFC-134a at medium-temperature conditions.
Asiatravel.com Job Openings in Singapore Sales Support Executive Post Date: 20 Dec 13 Responsibilities: Department: MICE •Handle and co-ordinate travel reservation and general enquiries from corporate clients, inbound/outbound and golf customers. •Plan and complete the reservation requests in an accurate and quick manner. •Attend briefings and hotel presentations in order to keep the latest information on hotel promotions and other activities. •Support sales and marketing activities. Requirements: •Good English and / or Malay, Chinese oral communication skills. •Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint). •Knowledge with hotel reservation is an advantage. •Excellent team player. •Able to multi task and work under pressure. Interested applicants please send your resume with photograph and expected salary to: firstname.lastname@example.org Only short listed candidates will be notified Hotel Contracting Executive / Manager Post Date: 20 Dec 13 Job Description: Main role is to do contracting with hotels across asia for our travel business. Requirement: At least 2-3 year(s) of working experience in the related field is required for this position. Applicants must be willing to travel. Preferably applicant who is currently working with travel agent or hotel. Good interpersonal skill and pleasant personality. Computer literate. Required language(s): English, Chinese. Applicants are invited to send a detailed resume stating current/expected salaries and previous working experience to: email@example.com. Only short listed candidates will be notified.
This document explains installation of Linux on Sony VAIO computers. 1. Introduction • 1.1 Notes • 1.2 Notes about different systems • 1.3 Update History • 1.4 Disclaimer • 1.5 What this document all about? 2. Hardware compatibilities issue • 2.1 Hardware that not compatible with Linux • 2.2 Partially compatible hardwares 3. How to install Linux? 4. After all... 5. Little Legal notes 6. Special thanks 1. Introduction 1.1 Notes I've recently received some mail stating that some of contents in this document is incorrect. It is because some reason, hardware installed on more recent systems are slightly different than older systems. I will start covering those information. But since of course, I don't have every system in here, I would like to ask Sony VAIO owners to tell me more information about it. This would help me a lot if you can put [VAIO Information] in the beginning of the subject, so I can take extra attention to it. Also, please include model number of the system. If it is notebook, please include that information in a content, or in a subject. I would like to apologize to ones that got confused by this document. (Addition: 12/29/98) Also most of procedures in this document is tested, I will take no responsibilities for any problem caused by using any information in this document. As like in GPL, please try anything in your own risk. I am not native English writer, and you will find many mistakes in this document. Please excuse me on those. Any corrections and clarifications are welcome; please send those to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Accident Management Regulatory Document REGDOC-2.3.2 © Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) 2013 PWGSC catalogue number XXXXX ISBN XXXXX Extracts from this document may be reproduced for individual use without permission provided the source is fully acknowledged. However, reproduction in whole or in part for purposes of resale or redistribution requires prior written permission from the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission. Également publié en français sous le titre : Conduite de l’exploitation : Gestion des accidents Document availability This document can be viewed on the CNSC Web site at nuclearsafety.gc.ca. To request a copy of the document in English or French, please contact: Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission 280 Slater Street P.O. Box 1046, Station B Ottawa, Ontario K1P 5S9 CANADA Tel.: 613-995-5894 or 1-800-668-5284 (in Canada only) Facsimile: 613-995-5086 Email: email@example.com Web site: nuclearsafety.gc.ca Facebook: facebook.com/CanadianNuclearSafetyCommission YouTube: youtube.com/cnscccsn Publishing history [August 2013] Version 0.00 August 2013 REGDOC 2.3.2, Accident Management Preface This regulatory document is part of the CNSC’s operating performance series of regulatory documents, which also covers the conduct of licensed activities. The full list of regulatory document series is included in the back of this document and can be found on the CNSC’s Web site at nuclearsafety.gc.ca/regulatorydocuments REGDOC-2.3.2, Accident Management, sets out the requirements and guidance of the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) for the development, implementation and validation of accident management programs for reactor facilities. Accident management is a commitment to the defence-in-depth approach and is an important component in the licensee’s overall capabilities to ensure the risks from nuclear reactors remain low. Defence in depth is applied to all organizational, behavioural, and design-related safety and security activities to ensure they are subject to overlapping provisions. It is important for licensees to implement and maintain operational procedures, guidelines and adequate capabilities to deal with abnormal situations and accidents, including severe accidents. This regulatory document specifies safety principles, high-level requirements and supporting guidelines that allow licensees to develop, implement, and evaluate an integrated accident management program, which includes components that address severe accident management. Key principles and elements used in developing this document are consistent with International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) safety principles, guides and reports, such as the following: ...
OUR MISSION Embedded in the PONY Baseball motto, “PROTECT OUR NATIONS YOUTH” is a philosophy that emphasizes good sportsmanship and fair play. Accordingly, one of our primary goals at LCA is to ensure that an atmosphere of good sportsmanship and fair play prevails throughout the entire league. In addition ensuring that every adult and child associated with LCA abides by the specific rules that govern our league as well as the rules of PONY Baseball / ASA Softball. It is important to remember that the attainment of exceptional athletic skill and winning is secondary to the welfare and self-esteem of our players. The purpose of our league is to give as many children as possible the opportunity to participate, to learn the game of baseball / softball, and feel good about their achievements. These are only games for children and not to win or die situation. The aforementioned officers shall be elected at an annual meeting of the league. The election shall be held no later than June 15. A secret ballot voting process will do this, with a three-person committee to tally votes. The committee will be comprised of the leagues Vice President, Commissioner and Secretary. The newly elected officers shall have a transition period to learn the responsibilities of their assumed positions. The descending officers shall make every opportunity to provide a thorough pass down of information to their successor. The new Board of Directors shall assume their appointed positions on August 15. The only exceptions shall be the President and Treasurer, which will descend after the August 15 deadline with the completion of the base audit, but no later than November 1.