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INSTALTING HYDRA.MAIIC TR,ANSMISSION sion, guide main shaft ...

INSTALLATION OF TRANSMISSION . Thoroughly clean face of flywheel. Be clutch pilot bearing is staked in crankshaft. 2. Place new gasket on face of flywheel. To provide good seal it is very important that gasket be in pera fect condition and flywheel free of burrs. Gasket should be held in place with petrolatum" Do not use shellac or any other sealer. 3. Line up flywheel with one of dowel pins approximately 4" below left side of front flywheel housing so transmission main shaft can pass between two flywheel to crankshaft bolts. 14. Tighten torus cover to flywheel bolts as follows: a. Tighten two bolts adjacent to dowels 12-15 lb. ft. torque (Fig. 183). b. Tighten two bolts located 90' to dowels lb. ft. torque. c. Tighten all bolts in rotation to 20-25 lb. ft. torque. d. Tighten all bolts in rotation to 25-30 lb. ft. torque. 4. Install pilot bearing spacer on end of main shaft (Fig. s0). 5. Lift transmission into position, using special automatic transmission jack. While lifting transmission, guide main shaft pilot into pilot bearing in crankshaft. 6. Position torus cover so that grind marks, punch marks, or blue markings on flywheel dowel and torus cover correspond. 7. Push transmission forward until dowels of rear flywheel housing engage holes of front housing. Install and tighten six rear housing attaching bolts and lockwashers. Remove jack. 8. Raise engine approximately /"" above its normal height to permit installation of cross member. 9. Tap cross member into place between frame side rails, making sure it is installed in correct position. (Rear edge of cross member is cut away slightly along bottom edge to give ample clearance for transmission oil pan.) 10. Install six cross member to side rail attaching bolts. Install bolts, lockwashers and nuts and tighten. ll. Lower engine, making sure mountings seat properly on cross member. Remove special tool, Tightening Torus Cover to Flywheel Bolts with Torque Wrench 12. Position reinforcing plates over engine mount to cross member bolts. Install lockwasher and nuts and tighten to 60 lb. ft. torque. 15. Tighten torus and oil pan drain plugs (Fig. a2)...

Chapter 1 - Florida Beaches HCP
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Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Chapter 1 – Introduction The Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP or Department), Bureau of Beaches and Coastal Systems (BBCS) is applying to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) for an Incidental Take Permit (ITP) pursuant to section 10(a)(1)(B) of the Endangered Species Act (ESA) of 1973. Under the FDEP’s BBCS, the Coastal Construction Control Line (CCCL) Program issues permits for activities that have the potential to impact federally protected species and the coastal habitats upon which they depend. Section 9 of the ESA prohibits the "take" of any fish or wildlife species listed under the ESA as endangered; under Federal regulation, take of fish or wildlife species listed as threatened is also prohibited unless otherwise specifically authorized by regulation. Take, as defined by the ESA, means "to harass, harm, pursue, hunt, shoot, wound, kill, trap, capture, or collect, or to attempt to engage in any such conduct (16 USC, Chap. 35, Sec. 1532(19)).” If issued, the ITP will authorize take of sea turtles,one land turtle, beach mice, shore/seabirds and plants on the state’s beaches causally related to CCCL activities permitted by the FDEP. The species to be listed include sea turtles (5 species), one land turtle (Gopher Tortoise), beach mouse (6 sub-species), sea and shorebirds (7 species) and plants (3 species). This Florida Beaches Habitat Conservation Plan (FBHCP) has been developed as a requisite component of the BBCS’ ITP application. The FBHCP was prepared through the collaborative effort of the FDEP,Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC), and representative stakeholders. The FDEP’s objectives in developing this FBHCP are to allow CCCL permitted activities to continue in an environmentally sound manner, while maintaining the long-term viability of endangered and threatened species and their habitats. Through this FBHCP, the FDEP will implement programs and policies designed to conserve and manage essential habitats of the species proposed to be covered by the ITP. Preserving these species and their habitats will ensure not only the fulfillment of the state’s and citizens’responsibility as stewards of the state’s natural resources, but also ensure the continued economic viability and quality of life on the coast for future generations. Florida’s Unique Coastal Setting Importance of Beaches Florida depends on its 825 miles of sandy beaches fronting the Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico, and Straits of Florida for substantial economic benefits and recreational uses for a large and growing population of year-round residents and tourists. These beaches are recognized as important recreation areas for family outings and leisure activity but also provide important and diverse habitat for many species of wildlife and plants, including numerous species protected by the ESA. The beach-dune system also provides a protective buffer for public infrastructure and private upland development against the impacts of severe weather events, such as tropical storms. Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Chapter 1 – Introduction Unique and Diverse Wildlife Habitat Nesting and non-breeding shorebirds, seabirds, sea turtles and beach mice all depend upon a dynamic beach and dune habitat for survival. Animal species native to Florida have adapted to its sub-tropical and tropical climate and depend upon the beach and dune ecosystem for shelter, food, and nesting. The beach dune community in Florida consists of a wide-range of coastal specialist plants on the vegetated upper beach and first dune above the beach (foredune). The most characteristic set of plant species found in this community are sea oats, railroad vine, bitter panicum, and beach elder. This community is usually built by seaoats whose stems trap the sand blown off the beach...

How to Lose Weight Effortlessly and Keep It Off Forever - Vortala

How to Lose Weight Effortlessly and Keep It Off Forever I want to give you the simple steps that will allow you to lose weight faster and easier than ever before, and keep it off once and for all. Space does not permit me to go into the “whys” regarding each step. I can assure you that following these steps will absolutely work. The discovery of the reasons why Americans are so overweight, and an easy workable solution. Doing these steps will turn your body into a fat-burning furnace and bring your weight to its natural state. These steps also have tremendous health benefits as well. Diet & Supplements Drink a glass of water immediately upon rising Ideally, the water should be distilled. Absolutely no tap water. This starts the body’s metabolism and cleansing. Eat a big breakfast It is interesting to note that 80 percent of the people who are overweight eat a small breakfast or none at all. Eighty percent of thin people eat a large breakfast. Your breakfast should consist of as much as you want of the following items. Everything listed should be organic. Apples, pears, berries, kiwis, pineapples, grapefruit, plums, peaches, prunes, figs, rye bread, raw butter (raw means not pasteurized and not homogenized), raw milk, plain yogurt (this means no sugar or fruit), wild smoked salmon, beef in any form as long as it’s organic, chicken in any form as long as it’s organic, lamb in any form as long as it’s organic, tuna, sardines, eggs, tomatoes, peppers, salsa, celery, carrots, any vegetable, potatoes in limited amounts, coffee in limited amounts made with pure water not tap water with raw milk or cream and raw evaporated sugar cane juice or honey as a sweetener, real tea (not tea in tea bags). Drink 8 glasses of water each day People think drinking water will make them gain weight and be bloated. The exact opposite is true. If you are overweight you need to flush the toxins from your fat cells. Water is absolutely needed for you to lose weight. Eat organic grapefruits all day Remember the grapefruit diet? Well, it appears that there actually is an enzyme in grapefruits that burns fat. Eating grapefruits all day, as many and as often as you desire, will speed the fat burning process. Take digestive enzymes If you are overweight there is an excellent chance your body is not producing enough digestive enzymes, causing you to gain weight, feel bloated, have gas, indigestion, and constipation. Go to your health food store and inquire. Try several kinds to see which one works best for you. Eat organic apples all day The old saying is true – an apple a day keeps the doctor away. Apples are loaded with fiber and nutrients; they normalize your blood sugar and decrease your appetite. You should eat at least one apple every day...

tata tertip akademik unram - Universitas Mataram

Keputusan Rektor Universitas Mataram Nomor : 4429/H18/HK.00.01/2011 TENTANG TATA TERTIB AKADEMIK DAN PEDOMAN PELAKSANAAN SISTEM KREDIT SEMESTER UNIVERSITAS MATARAM TAHUN 2011 – 2015 UNIVERSITAS MATARAM Mataram KEMENTERIAN PENDIDIKAN NASIONAL UNIVERSITAS MATARAM Menimbang : a. bahwa untuk memberikan arah yang jelas terhadap proses pendidikan di Universitas Mataram, perlu menetapkan Tata Tertib Akademik dan Pedoman Pelaksanaan Sistem Kredit Semester Unram tahun 2011 – 2015. b. bahwa sesuai dengan maksud pada butir a tersebut di atas perlu menerbitkan Surat Keputusan Rektor tentang Tata Tertib Akademik dan Pedoman Pelaksanaan Sistem Kredit Semester Unram tahun 2011 – 2015. Mengingat : 1. Undang-undang Nomor 20 Tahun 2003 tentang Sistem Pendidikan Nasional; 2. Peraturan Pemerintah Nomor 60 Tahun 1999 tentang Pendidikan Tinggi; 3. Keputusan Presiden RI Nomor 96/M Tahun 2009 tentang pengangkatan Rektor Universitas Mataram periode tahun 2009 – 2013; 4. Keputusan Menteri Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan RI Nomor 0181/O/1995 tentang Organisasi dan Tata Kerja Universitas Mataram; 5. Keputusan Menteri Pendidikan Nasional RI Nomor 088/O/2003 tentang Statuta Universitas Mataram 6. Keputusan Menteri Pendidikan Nasional Nomor 232/U/2000 tentang Pedoman Penyusunan Kurikulum Pendidikan Tinggi dan Penilaian Hasil Belajar Mahasiswa. Memperhatikan : Surat Pembantu Rektor I Universitas 3590/UN18/HK.00.01/2011 tanggal 2 Mei 2011.: KEPUTUSAN REKTOR UNIVERSITAS MATARAM TENTANG TATA TERTIB AKADEMIK DAN PEDOMAN PELAKSANAAN SISTEM KREDIT SEMESTER UNIVERSITAS MATARAM TAHUN 2011 – 2015...

Campus Map - Middle Tennessee State University

Directions to Murfreesboro and MTSU From Nashville: Take I-24E to Murfreesboro exit 80 and go left on New Salem Highway (Hwy. 99) and drive one half mile. Turn right onto Middle Tennessee Blvd. Go 3.2 miles and turn right onto East Main Street. Make an immediate left onto Old Main Circle (MTSU entrance). Take I-24W toward Nashville, Murfreesboro exit 81. Turn right onto Church Street (US-231N). Drive .9 miles and turn right onto Middle Tennessee Blvd. Go another 1.9 miles and turn right onto Main Street. Make an immediate left onto Old Main Circle (MTSU entrance). Take I-24W to Murfreesboro exit 80 and go right on New Salem Highway (Hwy. 99) and drive one half miles. Turn right onto Middle Tennessee Blvd. Go 3.2 miles and turn right onto East Main Street. Make an immediate left onto Old Main Circle (MTSU entrance). Take I-40W to Nashville/Lebanon and exit 235 onto 840W. Take the Murfreesboro/Smyrna exit (US-41S/US-70S, exit 55A). Merge onto US-41S/70S (Broad Street). Drive 4.5 miles and turn left onto West Main Street. Go another 1.5 miles and turn left onto Old Main Circle (MTSU entrance). Take I-65N to TN 840E (exit 59). Take exit 53A onto I-24E towards Chattanooga. Take exit 80 and follow the directions from Nashville above. Take I-40E to Nashville and then I-440 to I-24E. Continue using directions from Nashville (above). The main entrance to campus on East Main St. A visitor parking permit is required for longer stays. More detailed directions are available at MTSU, a Tennessee Board of Regents university, is an equal opportunity, nonracially identifiable, educational institution that does not discriminate against individuals with disabilities...

U T parking map
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Public Parking Forest Ave. Public Parking Highland Ave. Latter Day Saints PANHELLENIC ROBERT M. LINDSEY FIELD at LINDSAY NELSON STADIUM ADMINISTRATIVE PARKING GARAGE (Staff or Commuter Parking Permit Required. 3 hour parking limit between 6am and 5pm. No overnight parking.) This map may not be reproduced, copied, altered, or distributed by electronic or traditional means without permission of The University of Tennessee Cartographic Services Laboratory. Interior Emergency Blue Phones Cartography by Will Fontanez, Director Greenway Closed due to Construction Henley Street Bridge Alumni Memorial Building (AMB) . . . . . Andy Holt Tower (AHT) . . . . . . . . . . . Amphitheatre . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Apartment Residence Hall . . . . . . . . . Aquatic Center (AQU) . . . . . . . . . . . . Art and Architecture (AA) . . . . . . . . . . Austin Peay (AP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Auxiliary Services Building . . . . . . . . . Ayres Hall (A) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bailey Education Complex (BEC) . . . . . Berry Hall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Black Cultural Center (BCC) . . . . . . . . . Blount Hall (BLNT) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brenda Lawson Athletic Center . . . . . . Burchfiel Geography Building (BGB) . . . Campus Parking Information Center . . . Carousel Theatre . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Carrick Hall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Center for International Education (CIE) . Ceramics Addition (CER) . . . . . . . . . . Clarence Brown Theatre (CBT) . . . . . . . Claxton Education Building (C) . . . . . . Clement HaII . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nursing Building (CN) . . . . . . . . . . . . ...

MARIN COUNTY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AGENCY

MARIN COUNTY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AGENCY ZONING AND DEVELOPMENT INFORMATION REQUEST Please choose one of the following informational services: A Pre-Application review is a written report that provides the property owner/applicant with information about the regulatory requirements applicable to a contemplated development proposal, including an overview of potential development and environmental issues. The response may also include a description of the County’s administrative procedures, information regarding application and submittal requirements, and environmental review. General Consultation $290 A General Consultation is an hour-long meeting that provides a verbal response to zoning and development questions. Topics discussed during a General Consultation typically include, but are not limited to general information about the County’s land use and development policies and regulations, the County’s permit process and administrative procedures, information regarding application and submittal requirements, and environmental review. Planning Information Packet $128 The Planning Information Packet provides basic zoning and Countywide Plan land use designation information, an aerial photo of the site, and copies of discretionary entitlements applicable to the property. Pre-Submittal Meeting (fees to be drawn from regular application fees after submittal) A half-hour-long pre-submittal meeting with a planner is recommended once the plans and other application materials have been prepared, but before submitting an application. Staff will review your application materials with you and provide you with a preliminary indication of whether the application materials meet the basic requirements for project review. Meetings must be arranged in advance, and are subject to the availability of planning staff. The property owner and/or applicant must complete and submit this form to the Planning Division along with the required retainer fee and information pertinent to the request. Please see below for more information regarding specific submittal requirements. For Pre-Application requests, the property owner and applicant must complete this form and provide a written description of the project (if available, please also provide site and building plans). A written response will be mailed to the property owner/applicant within 6 to 12 weeks depending on the complexity of the Pre-Application request. If necessary, a meeting with staff may be scheduled to discuss the PreApplication review. Materials submitted in conjunction with the pre-application request may be forwarded to other agencies and community organizations for review and comment...

12-398 Association for Molecular Pathology v. Myriad Genetics, Inc ...

(Slip Opinion) Syllabus NOTE: Where it is feasible, a syllabus (headnote) will be released, as is being done in connection with this case, at the time the opinion is issued. The syllabus constitutes no part of the opinion of the Court but has been prepared by the Reporter of Decisions for the convenience of the reader. See United States v. Detroit Timber & Lumber Co., 200 U. S. 321, 337. Each human gene is encoded as deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA), which takes the shape of a “double helix.” Each “cross-bar” in that helix consists of two chemically joined nucleotides. Sequences of DNA nucleotides contain the information necessary to create strings of amino acids used to build proteins in the body. The nucleotides that code for amino acids are “exons,” and those that do not are “introns.” Scientists can extract DNA from cells to isolate specific segments for study. They can also synthetically create exons-only strands of nucleotides known as complementary DNA (cDNA). cDNA contains only the exons that occur in DNA, omitting the intervening introns. Respondent Myriad Genetics, Inc. (Myriad), obtained several patents after discovering the precise location and sequence of the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes, mutations of which can dramatically increase the risk of breast and ovarian cancer. This knowledge allowed Myriad to determine the genes’ typical nucleotide sequence, which, in turn, enabled it to develop medical tests useful for detecting mutations in these genes in a particular patient to assess the patient’s cancer risk. If valid, Myriad’s patents would give it the exclusive right to isolate an individual’s BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes, and would give Myriad the exclusive right to synthetically create BRCA cDNA. Petitioners filed suit, seeking a declaration that Myriad’s patents are invalid under 35 U. S. C. §101. As relevant here, the District Court granted summary judgment to petitioners, concluding that Myriad’s claims were invalid because they covered products of nature. The Federal Circuit initially reversed, but on remand in light of Mayo Collaborative Services v. Prometheus Laboratories, Inc., 566 U. S. ___, the Circuit found both isolated DNA and cDNA patent eligible. Held: A naturally occurring DNA segment is a product of nature and not patent eligible merely because it has been isolated, but cDNA is patent eligible because it is not naturally occurring. Pp. 10–18. (a) The Patent Act permits patents to be issued to “[w]hoever invents or discovers any new and useful . . . composition of matter,” §101, but “laws of nature, natural phenomena, and abstract ideas” “ ‘are basic tools of scientific and technological work’ ” that lie beyond the domain of patent protection, Mayo, supra, at ___. The rule against patents on naturally occurring things has limits, however. Patent protection strikes a delicate balance between creating “incentives that lead to creation, invention, and discovery” and “imped[ing] the flow of information that might permit, indeed spur, invention...”

Determining Inventorship for US Patent Applications

ipt0505_4_13.qxd US patent law provides that whoever “invents” patentable subject matter is entitled to a patent.1 Thus, US patent applications must list the “true and only” inventors.2 While this rule seems clear, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has addressed the question of proper inventorship at least a dozen times within the past three years and has reversed or vacated nearly one-half of the decisions from the district courts on this issue.3 Thus, there is an important but often underemphasized role in correctly determining who should be listed as an inventor for a patent. termine the scope and meaning of the claims.9 Once the exact subject matter of the patent claims has been determined, the appropriate individuals can be verified who conceived each of the claims that represent the invention.10 The following points should help in an inventorship determination. An inventor is: Who Are the True and Only Inventors? In the United States, invention is a two-step process: • Two or more persons who collaborate to produce the invention through aggregate efforts. 1. Conception of the idea or subject matter of the patent claims, which may be comprised of several claims; and 2. Reduction of the idea to practice, or making a working example of the claimed invention. Determination of proper inventorship focuses almost exclusively on the conception step,4 requiring the identification of each person who conceived the idea or ideas of the patent claims. In patent law, conception is normally defined as “the formation in the mind of the inventor, of a definite and permanent idea of the complete and operative invention, as it is thereafter to be applied in practice.”5 The phrase “definite and permanent” means that only ordinary skill would be necessary to reduce the invention to practice, or make a working example of the invention, without extensive research or experimentation.6 Therefore, conception is complete when an idea is sufficiently definite and permanent to permit one with ordinary skill in the field to reduce it to practice without undue experimentation.7 Conception must be complete and must include every feature of the subject matter claimed in the patent...

Consent Form - Bearden Pediatric Dentistry in Knoxville, TN

BEARDEN PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY CONSENT FOR DENTAL TREATMENT I authorize, request and permit Dr. Elizabeth “Elise” Evans and/or Dr. G. Drew Osborn and any employees under their supervision to perform any and all dental services in order to preserve and restore my child’s oral health. Additionally, I authorize the use of medications, anesthetics, nitrous oxide, and x-rays deemed necessary in the course of treatment. I acknowledge the risks inherent in providing dental treatment and that although good results should be expected, the possibility and nature of complications cannot be accurately anticipated and thus no guarantee of results can be expressed or implied. I recognize that during the course of treatment unforeseen circumstances may change the diagnosis of the original condition, which would necessitate an extension of the original procedure or a different procedure. I am aware that occasionally it is extremely difficult to perform dental treatment on a child due to a lack of cooperation. Different techniques are utilized to shape children’s behavior so they may receive treatment in an office setting. These techniques include: tell-show-do, positive reinforcement, modeling, voice control/inflection, restraint (by dental auxiliary, dentist or parent), and nitrous oxide. The back of this consent form has details of the various techniques listed. These techniques are used alone or in combination so the child can be treated safely. I authorize Dr. Elizabeth “Elise” Evans and/or Dr. G. Drew Osborn and any employees under their supervision to utilize these shaping techniques, if deemed appropriate and necessary. I agree to report any health changes to the dentist prior to each visit. I authorize the use of radiographs, photographs and treatment records for the purposes of teaching or scientific endeavors. This consent shall remain in full force until cancelled by either party. There may be occasions when we may take photographs of your child at our office. We may use these images in our offices documentation, on our web site or in our newsletters. Bearden Pediatric Dentistry has my permission to use my child’s first name along with pictures on their Web Site and Newsletters. ur office will make all reasonable efforts to protect your child’s medical and dental information, dental records, and financial information. By signing below you acknowledge that we have publicized our privacy procedures, and you are aware that a copy of such procedures was made available to you. Additionally, you authorize our office to use the information in providing support to other health care providers or financial institutions in order to expedite care for your child...

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