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Power from transaxle is transferred to driving wheels by 2 axle shafts. Both axle shafts use Constant Velocity (CV) joints at inner and outer ends. CV joints are enclosed in CV boots, and connected by an intermediate shaft. Intermediate shaft is splined on both ends. Retaining rings retain intermediate shaft in the inner and outer CV joints. A retaining ring retains inner CV joint stub in differential side gear. Outer CV joint stub is splined into wheel hub, and secured by a spindle nut. Left axle has a dynamic damper to reduce vibration. The following are possible types of Constant Velocity (CV) joints used on axle shaft: Birfield Joint (BJ), Double Offset Joint (DOJ), Rzeppa Joint (RJ) and Tripod Joint (TJ). Determine type of CV joint used prior to disassembly. See AXLE SHAFT SPECIFICATIONS table under INSTALLATION. Note type of boot and location prior to removal. See BAND & BOOT APPLICATION. Install a NEW retaining ring each time axle shaft is removed from transaxle. Article Text (p. 3) 1992 Mitsubishi Mirage For Dan's Transmission Service 10 Jefferson Place Fort Walton Beach FL 32548 © 1997 Mitchell Repair Information Company, All Rights Reserved. Monday, April 01, 2002 09:00AM
Lebendige Stadt Foundation Saseler Damm 39 | 22395 Hamburg Phone +49 (0)40/60876172 Fax +49 (0)40/60876187 firstname.lastname@example.org www.lebendige-stadt.de We thank our supporters and joint organizers as well as the sponsors! Chairman: Dr. Hanspeter Georgi Former Minister for Economic Affairs and Employment, Saarland Further members: Dr.-Ing. Daniel Arnold CEO Deutsche Reihenhaus AG Dr. Gregor Bonin Councilor, City of Düsseldorf Heinz Buschkowsky District Mayor, Berlin-Neukölln Dr. Karl-Heinz Daehre Former Minister for Federal Development and Traffic, Saxony-Anhalt Raimund Ellrott Branch Manager Hamburg, GMA Gesellschaft für Markt- und Absatzforschung mbH Dr. Alexander Erdland CEO Wüstenrot & Württembergische AG Arved Fuchs Polar explorer Dr. Roland Gerschermann Managing Director F.A.Z. GmbH Dr. Herlind Gundelach Former State Councilor of the Department of Science and Research of Hamburg Michael Hahn Member of the Management Board DB Regio AG Joachim Herrmann, MdL Bavarian Minister of State of the Interior Susanne Heydenreich Director, Theater der Altstadt, Stuttgart Dr. Eckart John von Freyend Honorary President ZIA Burkhard Jung Lord Mayor of Leipzig Folkert Kiepe Associate Director, German Association of Cities and Towns Maik Klokow Managing Director Mehr! Entertainment GmbH Matthias Kohlbecker Kohlbecker | Architects & Engineers Prof. Dr. Rainer P. Lademann Managing Director, Dr. Lademann & Partner Hermann-Josef Lamberti Member of the Management Board, Deutsche Bank AG Lutz Lienenkämper, MdL Deputy Leader of the CDU state parliamentary group North Rhine-Westphalia Dr. Eva Lohse Lord Mayor of Ludwigshafen Prof. Dr. Engelbert Lütke Daldrup Agency for urban development, Urban Stakeholder Consulting, Former State Secretary Johannes Mock-O’Hara Managing Director Stage Entertainment GmbH Ingrid Mössinger General Director, Kunstsammlungen Chemnitz Klaus-Peter Müller Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Commerzbank AG Michael Müller Mayor and Senator for Urban Development and Environment, Berlin Helma Orosz Lord Mayor of Dresden Aygül Özkan Minister for Social Affairs, Women, Family, Health and Integration, Lower Saxony Reinhard Pass Lord Mayor of Essen Gisela Piltz, MdB Interior and Municipal Affairs Spokesperson, FDP Parliamentary Party Matthias Platzeck, MdL Prime Minister of Brandenburg Jürgen Roters Lord Mayor of Cologne Dr. Dieter Salomon Lord Mayor of Freiburg Dr. Thomas Schäfer Minister of Finance, Hessen Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schäfers CEO IVG Immobilien AG Bärbel Schomberg CEO and shareholder, Schomberg & Co. Real Estate Consulting Dr. Albrecht Schröter Lord Mayor of Jena Edwin Schwarz Former Chief Economic Affairs and Planning Officer of Frankfurt/Main Prof. Dr. Burkhard Schwenker CEO Roland Berger Strategy Consultants Ullrich Sierau Lord Mayor of the city of Dortmund Dr. Johannes Teyssen Chairman of the Management Boad E.ON AG Prof. Christiane Thalgott Former Civic Planning Officer of Munich Dr. Bernd Thiemann Chairman of the Supervisory Board Hypo Real Estate Markus Ulbig State Minister of the Interior, Saxony Prof. Jörn Walter Chief Planning Director of Hamburg Prof. Dr. Martin Wentz Managing Director Wentz & Co. GmbH Dr. Joachim Wieland Speaker of the Management Board, Aurelis Real Estate GmbH & Co. KG.
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TEA5711; TEA5711T AM/FM stereo radio circuit Product speciﬁcation Supersedes data of October 1992 File under Integrated Circuits, IC01 Philips Semiconductors September 1994 Philips Semiconductors Product speciﬁcation AM/FM stereo radio circuit TEA5711; TEA5711T • Designed for simple and reliable printed-circuit board layout FEATURES • Wide supply voltage range: 1.8 or 2.1 to 12 V • High impedance MOSFET input on AM. • Low current consumption: 15 mA at AM, 16 mA at FM • High selectivity with distributed IF gain APPLICATIONS • LED driver for stereo indication • High input sensitivity: 1.6 mV/m (AM), 2.0 µV (FM) for 26 dB S/N • Portable AM/FM stereo radio • Good strong signal behaviour: 10 V/m at AM, 500 mV at FM • Personal headphone radio. • Low output distortion: 0.8% at AM, 0.3% at FM DESCRIPTION • Mini/midi receiver sets • Signal level output The TEA5711 is a high performance Bimos IC for use in AM/FM stereo radios. All necessary functions are integrated: from AM and FM front-end to AM detector and FM stereo output stages. • Soft mute • Signal dependent stereo QUICK REFERENCE DATA SYMBOL
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The Truth about Teeth Whitening Who doesn’t want a bright white smile? Fortunately, we have many choices in whitening products to choose from to achieve a beautiful white smile. This guide provides information on different teeth whitening procedures, answers commonly asked questions about teeth whitening, and lets you know what foods and beverages are most likely to stain your teeth. This guide ends with information on the White Smile for Life program that Friendly Smiles Cosmetic Dentistry offers to its patients in which enrolled patients get free teeth whitening for life!* Stacey Sell has been a Dental Hygienist since 1995 and enjoys helping many people achieve bright and healthy smiles. She started out as a Dental Assistant in 1992 and soon after that, decided that she wanted to continue her education and was accepted into the dental hygiene program in 1993 at North Dakota State College of Science. Stacey graduated with an Associate's degree in Dental Hygiene in 1995. She has been a part of the Friendly Smiles Team since January 2006 and enjoys working with Dr. Barfield and the rest of the team immensely. Her main focus is as Clinical Manager at Friendly Smiles but she also enjoys working in hygiene as well. Stacey loves being able to have the opportunity to help people achieve a bright and healthy smile that they will enjoy forever.
Insulin resistance plays a significant role in numerous and frequent conditions (Reaven, 1988; Human Reproduction Volume 12 Supplement 1 1997 Ferrannini, 1993; Moller, 1993), various physiological states (puberty, elderly, sedentarity, etc.), important pathological entities (obesity, diabetes mellitus, essential hypertension, dyslipidaemias, etc.), and several pharmacological treatments (corticoids, some antihypertensive agents, oral contraceptives, etc.). More particularly, resistance to insulin is a key element of the so-called syndrome X which plays a major role in the development of atherosclerotic cardiovascular diseases (Reaven, 1988; DeFronzo and Ferrannini, 1991; Lefebvre, 1993; Scheen, 1996a). Furthermore, insulin resistance plays a significant role in women and human reproduction since decreased insulin sensitivity has been described during pregnancy, in polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) (Poretsky, 1991), after menopause (Khaw, 1992), as well as during treatment with various contraceptive pills (Gaspard and Lefebvre, 1990; Godsland et al, 1993b; Godsland and Crook, 1994). It is thus crucial not only to have adequate methods to measure insulin action (Scheen et al., 1994b; Scheen and Lefebvre, 1996), but also to develop new strategies to improve insulin sensitivity (Vialettes and Silvestre, 1992; Scheen and Lefebvre, 1993; Donnelly and Morris, 1994; Lefebvre and Scheen, 1995). The purpose of the present review is to describe the main approaches currently used for the treatment of insulin resistance in humans, as well as to consider two gynaecological potential applications, i.e. PCOS and menopause. Non-pharmacological approaches Several easy and inexpensive non-pharmacological approaches may result in significant improvement in insulin action (Figure 1; Sharma, 1992). European Society for Human Reproduction & Embryology
Support for Resistance: Technical Analysis and Intraday Exchange Rates • Among the technical trading signals supplied to customers by foreign exchange trading firms are “support” and “resistance” levels. These levels indicate points at which an exchange rate trend is likely to be interrupted or reversed. • A rigorous test of the levels specified by six trading firms during the 1996-98 period reveals that these signals were quite successful in predicting intraday trend interruptions. • Although all six firms were able to identify turning points in exchange rate trends, some firms performed markedly better than others. As a group, the firms predicted turning points in the dollar-yen and dollar-pound exchange rates more accurately than turning points in the dollar-mark exchange rate. • In addition, the predictive power of the support and resistance levels appeared to last at least five business days after they were first communicated to customers. Carol Osler is a senior economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. E arly in the morning of each business day, the major foreign exchange trading firms send their customers lists of technical trading signals for that day. Timely technical signals are also supplied by major real-time information providers. These signals, which are based primarily on prior price and volume movements, are widely used by active foreign exchange market participants for speculation and for timing their nonspeculative currency transactions. In fact, 25 to 30 percent of foreign exchange traders base most of their trades on technical trading signals (Cheung and Chinn 1999; Cheung and Wong 1999). More broadly, technical analysis is used as either a primary or secondary source of trading information by more than 90 percent of foreign exchange market participants in London (Allen and Taylor 1992) and Hong Kong (Lui and Mole 1998).
747-441 Operations Manual International Lease Finance Corp. Copyright © 2000 The Boeing Company All Rights Reserved Document Number D6-30151-425 May 1, 1992 Revision Number: 21 Revision Date: April 01, 2001 Copyright Information Boeing claims copyright in each page of this document only to the extent that the page contains copyrightable subject matter. Boeing also claims copyright in this document as a compilation and/or collective work. The right to reproduce, distribute, display, and make derivative works from this document, or any portion thereof, requires a license from Boeing. For more information, contact The Boeing Company, P.O. Box 3707, Seattle, Washington 98124. Boeing 707, 717, 727, 737, 747, 757, 767, 777, DC-8, DC-9, DC-10, MD-10, MD-11, MD-80, MD-90, BBJ, Boeing Business Jet, the Boeing logo symbol, and the red-white-and-blue Boeing livery are all trademarks owned by The Boeing Company; and no trademark license (either expressed or implied) is granted in connection with this document or otherwise. The airplanes listed in the table below are covered in the operations manual. The numbers distinguish data peculiar to one or more, but not all of the airplanes. Where data applies to all airplanes listed, no reference is made to individual airplane numbers. The table permits flight crew correlation of configuration differences by Registry Number in alpha/numeric order within an operator’s fleet for airplanes covered in this manual. Configuration data reflects the airplane as delivered configuration and is updated for service bulletin incorporations in conformance with the policy stated in the introduction section of this chapter. Airplane Number is supplied by the operator. Registry Number is supplied by the national regulatory agency. Serial and Tabulation Numbers are supplied by Boeing.