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 Global Active & Smart Packaging Market

Now in $2500 Only The increasing demand for fresh and quality packaged food, consumer convenience and manufacturer concern for longer shelf life of the food products is driving the market for Global advanced packaging technology for food and beverage market. The global market for advanced packaging technology for food and beverage is expected to grow to $23.474 million in 2015, at an estimated CAGR of 8.2% from 2010 to 2015.

Cancer of the esophagus and esophagogastric junction

Previous American Joint Committee on Cancer/International Union Against Cancer (AJCC/UICC) stage groupings for esophageal cancer have not been data driven or harmonized with stomach cancer. At the request of the AJCC, worldwide data from 3 continents were assembled to develop data-driven, harmonized esophageal staging for the seventh edition of the AJCC/UICC cancer staging manuals. METHODS: All-cause mortality among 4627 patients with esophageal and esophagogastric junction cancer who underwent surgery alone (no preoperative or postoperative adjuvant therapy) was analyzed by using novel random forest methodology to produce stage groups for which survival was monotonically decreasing, distinctive, and homogeneous. RESULTS: For lymph node-negative pN0M0 cancers, risk-adjusted 5-year survival was dominated by pathologic tumor classification (pT) but was modulated by histopathologic cell type, histologic grade, and location. For lymph node-positive, pNþM0 cancers, the number of cancer-positive lymph nodes (a new pN classification) dominated survival. Resulting stage groupings departed from a simple, logical arrangement of TNM. Stage groupings for stage I and II adenocarcinoma were based on pT, pN, and histologic grade; and groupings for squamous cell carcinoma were based on pT, pN, histologic grade, and location. Stage III was similar for histopathologic cell types and was based only on pT and pN. Stage 0 and stage IV, by definition, were categorized as tumor in situ (Tis) (high-grade dysplasia) and pM1, respectively.

EMPLOYMENT OFFER LETTER TEMPLATE - University of New ...

This letter is to offer you the position of the ___________________ at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) (indicate full department name) ________________________, effective ______, with an hourly rate of $ ________ (for OS) OR an annual salary of $ ______ (for exempt staff). You will work under the direction of ________________, at (address of where hire will be working. This job offer and start date are contingent upon successful completion of the background check process. You will receive an email from the background check vendor, HireRight, with instructions to complete the background check process. Please respond to this request at your absolute earliest as the background check can take up to two weeks to process. This offer is contingent upon your ability to present proof of valid work authorization *for the period covered by this offer (*for term or grant positions). The I-9 and W-4 forms must be completed prior to your first day of employment. Acceptable I-9 documentation must be presented to (Person, Dept, Location) for verification. This appointment is _________% time. You will be paid on a bi-weekly basis and have the option for direct deposit. The terms and conditions of your employment will be governed by applicable University System of New Hampshire (USNH) and UNH policies. See www.usnh.edu/olpm/. (for heavy duty positions)…This assignment to work will follow a medical examination, which will be scheduled by your department, to determine your ability to perform the essential requirements of the position. (for safety sensitive positions)…This assignment to work is contingent upon passing (negative result) a drug and alcohol screening test and having no violations of DOT agency regulations documented in the records of drug and alcohol testing carried out by previous employers during the previous two years. You are required to provide written consent for UNH to obtain such records as are required by DOT agency regulations. In this assignment you will also be subject to ongoing random drug and alcohol screening.

Banned breeds are no more aggressive than others, new study finds

Banned breeds are no more aggressive than others, new study finds Every study completed to date has found breed specific legislation to be completely ineffective in reducing the incidence of dog bites. Now a study of pet dogs in Spain published in The Journal of Veterinary Behavior, offers new insight into why.* The study found that the so called dangerous breeds simply behave no differently from dogs in general when it comes to behaviors likely to lead to biting. The authors looked for risk factors for various behavior problems as reported by dog owners. They found that dogs identified as belonging to breeds designated as dangerous according to Spanish law were no more likely to behave aggressively toward people or toward other dogs than were dogs of the random group of breeds in the sample. What the study did find was that the larger the dog (dividing the 232 dogs studied into 3 size categories), the less likely it was to exhibit aggressive behaviors toward people such as barking, growling, snarling lunging, snapping or biting. Large dogs were also less likely to behave fearfully. This is particularly striking with regard to the breeds identified as dangerous according to Spanish law, since most fall into the large dog category and the rest into the medium. Thus they are disproportionately represented within the least aggressive groups the study identified. Another notable aspect of this finding is that it is consistent with a larger study conducted in Canada a decade earlier, (Guy, 2001) suggesting that this inverse relationship between aggression and size may carry over across continents and long periods of time.

AppRadio - Pioneer
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Contents Thank you for buying this Pioneer product. Please read through these instructions so you will know how to operate your model properly. After you have finished reading the instructions, keep this document in a safe place for future reference. 01 Introduction Manual overview.......................................... 4 ₋₋ How to use this manual..............................4 ₋₋ Conventions used in this manual...............4 ₋₋ Terms used in this manual.........................4 ₋₋ iPhone / iPod compatibility........................5 ₋₋ Android™ device compatibility...................5 To ensure safe driving................................. 6 Protecting the LCD panel and screen....... 6 Notes on internal memory.......................... 6 ₋₋ Before removing the vehicle battery..........6 02 About AppRadio Features........................................................ 7 ₋₋ Checking part names and functions..........7 ₋₋ Connecting and disconnecting mobile devices.........................................................8 ₋₋ Available sources and conditions............11 ₋₋ Demonstration images.............................11 03 Basic operation Home screen.............................................. 12 ₋₋ Reading the screen...................................12 ₋₋ Scrolling the Home screen.......................12 ₋₋ Using the touch panel keys......................12 Touch panel keys common to each function.................................................. 14 Setting the clock........................................ 14 Audio source control................................. 14 04 Using the radio Starting procedure.................................... 16 Reading the screen................................... 16 Using the touch panel keys...................... 16 Using the functions................................... 17 ₋₋ Storing the strongest broadcast frequencies................................................17 ₋₋ Recalling broadcast frequencies.............17 ₋₋ Tuning in to strong signals.......................17 05 Playing iPod music and video Starting procedure.................................... 18 Reading the screen................................... 18 Using the touch panel keys...................... 19 2 En Using the functions .................................. 20 ₋₋ Narrowing down song (episode) or video sources with the list........................20 ₋₋ Repeating playback...................................20 ₋₋ Random play (shuffle)...............................21 ₋₋ Changing the audiobook speed...............21 ₋₋ Selecting song (episode) or video sources from the playlist screen..............21 ₋₋ Changing the wide screen mode.............22 06 Using Pandora® internet radio Starting procedure.................................... 23 Reading the screen................................... 23 Using the touch panel keys...................... 24 Using the function .................................... 24 ₋₋ Selecting a Pandora station from the list..............................................................24 07 Viewing/operating mobile device

CRSP Survivor-Bias-Free US Mutual Fund Guide

T he CRSP Mutual Fund Database is designed to facilitate research on the historical performance of open-ended mutual funds by using survivor-bias-free data. The CRSP Survivor-Bias-Free US Mutual Fund Database includes a history of each mutual fund’s name, investment style, fee structure, holdings, and asset allocation. Also included are monthly total returns, monthly total net assets, monthly/daily net asset values, and dividends. Additionally, schedules of rear and front load fees, asset class codes, and management company contact information are provided. All data items are for publicly traded open-end mutual funds and begin at varying times between 1962 and 2008 depending on availability. The database is updated quarterly and distributed with a monthly lag. It is delivered in ASCII and SAS formats. Results were independently verified by a dedicated group of database researchers which included random sample selection when appropriate. Known Biases in mutual fund data The returns histories are sometimes duplicated in the database. For example, if a fund started in 1962 and split into four share classes in 1993, each new share class of the fund is permitted to inherit the entire return/performance history. This can create a bias when averaging returns across mutual funds. A selection bias favoring the historical data files of the best past performing private funds that became public does exist. The SEC has recently begun permitting some funds (and eventually probably all funds) with prior returns histories as private funds to add these returns onto the beginning of their public histories. The effect of this is that only the successful private fund histories are included in the database.

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Fuel Injectors - BWD
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With perfect form, fit and function demanded by today’s technicians for both import and domestic applications, all BWD fuel injectors meet or exceed OE specifications for peak operating performance and extended service life What does a Fuel Injector do? The Fuel Injector is an electronically controlled valve that is supplied with ­ ressurized fuel by the fuel pump and when p energized atomizes the fuel into a fine mist so that it can burn easily by the vehicle’s engine. Where are Fuel Injectors located? The fuel injector is mounted in the intake manifold so that fuel is sprayed directly at the intake valves. A fuel supply rail connects all of the fuel injectors to the fuel supply. Will a malfunctioning Fuel Injector illuminate the check engine light or affect vehicle operation? A failing sensor can illuminate the MIL and cause the engine to run too rich or lean, leading to misfire and loss of power. What are the common causes of failure? Improper fuel filter maintenance can cause the injector to clog with debris. Poor quality fuel often results in deposits on the fuel injector disrupting the fuel spray pattern.

dewalt price list - Neelesh Traders Chhindwara

BLACK & DECKER PRICE LIST- 1-08-2012 DEWALT CAT NO DW801-IN DW810-B1 DW803-IN D28000-B1 D28112X-B1 DW824-B1 DW831-IN D28135-QS D28491-B1ZZ D28413-B1ZZ D28495-QS D28476 D28414-B1ZZ D28409-B1ZZ DW849-QS DWP849X-IN D26441-QS D26451-B1 DW443-QS DISCRIPTION ANGLE GRINDERS 100MM ANGLE GRINDER, 850W 100MM ANGLE GRINDER, 680W 100MM ANGLE GRINDER, 1000W 100MM ANGLE GRINDER, 720W 100MM ANGLE GRINDER, 1050W, DES. 125MM ANGLE GRINDER, 1000W 125MM ANGLE GRINDER, 1400W 125MM ANGLE GRINDER, 1400W 180MM ANGLE GRINDER, 2000W 180MM ANGLE GRINDER, 2200W 180MM ANGLE GRINDER, 2400W 180MM ANGLE GRINDER, 2700W 230MM ANGLE GRINDER , 2200W SANDER / POLISHER 180MM SANDER 2200W,5000rpm. 180MM POLISHER,1150W,1000-3000rpm. 180MM POLISHER,1250W,0-600 & 0-3500 rpm. PALM SANDERS 1/4 SHEET ORBITAL SANDER,230W,13500/min. 125MM RANDOM ORBITAL SANDER,230W 150MM VSR RANDOM ORBITAL SANDER,530W DIE GRINDER MRP 4020 3900 5320 4620 5780 5780 9350 6410 10820 12590 12830 15250 12830 11540 13650 13020 5250 4780 19060 DW887-B5 D28886-QS 6.35MM DIE GRINDER,400W 6MM VSR DIE GRINDER,710W. ROTARY DRILLS 10310 9920 DWD010-B1 DWD014-B1 DWD016-B1 D21520-QS D21101-A9 D21003-B1 6.5MM 380W 0-3600RPM ROTARY DRILL 10MM 550W 0-2800RPM ROTARY DRILL 10MM 380W 0-2600RPM ROTARY DRILL 13MM 710W 0-550 RPM ROTARY MIXER 13MM 650W, 0-850, ROTARY DRILL 3/8" VSR DRILL IMPCT DRILLS 10MM IMPACT DRILL 13MM 650W 0-2800RPM,ROTARY DRILL 13MM 650W 2-SPEED PERCUSSION DRILL ROTARY HAMMERS 20MM SDS + HAMMER (2 MODE),650W 22MM SDS + HAMMER (3 MODE),650W 24MM SDS + HAMMER (2-MODE),680W 24MM SDS + HAMMER (3-MODE),680W 26MM SDS + HAMMER (2-MODE),800W 26MM SDS + HAMMER (3-MODE),800W 26MM SDS + L- SHAPE HAMMER,800W 26MM SDS + L-SHAPE HAMMER, 800W Page 1 3700 4110 5250 11760 7940 4050 DWD022-B1 DWD024-B1 D21720-B1 D25011K-B1 D25013K-B1 D25102K-B1 D25103K-B1 D25122K-B1 D25123K-B1 D25323K-B1 D25313K-B1 4260 5730 7560 9850 12020 11830 12210 13350 14120 20540 24780 CAT NO D25404K-QS D25501K-B1 D25601K-B1 D25711K-B1 COMBINATION HAMMER 32MM SDS+ HAMMER,3-MODE,900W. 40MM SDS-MAX COMB. HAMMER,1050W 45MM SDS MAX COMB. HAMMER,1150W 7 KG SDS-MAX COMBINATION HAMMER DEMOLITION HAMMER D25580K-B1 D25831K-QS D25891K-B1 D25901K-B1 D25941K-QS D25961K-QS D25980K-QS 5KG 17MM-HEX-DEMO. HAMMER,1050W,8.8J 5KG SDS-MAX CHIPPING HAMMER,1150W 10KG AVC-DEMOLITION HAMMER,5-21J-D handle 10KG AVC-DEMOLITION HAMMER,5-25J 12KG AVC-DEMOLITION HAMMER,30.6J 16KG AVC-DEMOLITION HAMMER,36J 31KG PAV BREAKER + TROLLEY,2000W.68J. CORE CUTTERS & STANDS 29140 39080 57750 60990 78150 92900 159630 D21582K-QS D215821-XJ D21583K-QS D215831-XJ D21585-QS D215851-XJ 2-SPEED WET/DRY DIAMOND DRILL, 1705W SMALL DRILLING STAND - 53MM COLLAR. 3-SPEED WET/DRY DIAMOND DRILL, 1910W MEDIUM DRILLING STAND FOR-D21583K 3-SPEED WET DRILLING MOTOR, 2500W STAND FOR DRILLING MOTOR (D21585) SCREW DRIVERS & WRENCHES 86200 52110 111120 93390 125780 95750 DW263K-QS DW268-B1 DW269-B1 DW292-QS SCREWDRIVER,540W,14.5NM,0-2500RPM SCREWDRIVER,540W,14.9NM,0-2500RPM SCREWDRIVER,540W,38.9NM,0-1000RPM. IMPACT WRENCH 1/2",710W,440NM,M20. CHOP SAWS 12690 14890 15560 17100 DW871-B1ZZ D28870-IN D28871-IN D28710-IN 355MM CHOP SAW , 2200W,3800RPM 355MM CHOPSAW , 2200W ,3800RPM 355MM CHOP SAW, 2200W ,3800RPM 355MM CHOPSAW , 2200W ,3800RPM MITRE SAWS 18870 14030 15290 15230 DW713-B1 DW715-B1 DW718-QS 254MM COMPOUND MITER SAW,1600W,5000RPM 305MM COMPOUND MITRE SAW,1600W,4000RPM 305MM COMP SLIDE MITRE SAW,1900-3400RPM JIG SAWS JIGSAW ,550W,0-3100/MIN. JIGSAW ,701W,0-3100/MIN. RECIPROCATING SAW RECIP SAW ,1050W , 0-2800RPM TILE CUTTER 110 MM BEVEL TILE CUTTER,1300W CIRCULAR SAW 184MM CIRCULAR SAW,1150W,5000RPM. HEAT GUN LED HEATGUN,2000W,TEMP-50-600 PLANER 1.5MM DOC PORTABLE PLANER,550W,15000RPM 28880 42670 61950 DW341K-B1 DW331K-B1 DW304PK-B1 DW860-B1 D23620-B1 D26414-B1 D26676-B1 Page 2 MRP 46200 33890 42480 44900 10810 17790 13020 5520 7930 5160 9770 CAT NO DW087K-XJ DW060K-XJ DW040P-XJ LASER TOOLS CROSS LINE LASER.... TILE LASER LASER DISTANCE MEASURER,40M. CORDLESS DRILL DRIVERS MRP 13690 23410 16280 DC740KB-B1 DC733C2-KRZZ DCF610S2-KR DCD710S2-KR 12V,10MM DRILL/DRIVER,NI-CD,1.3Ah, 14.4V10MM DRILL DRIVER,NI-CD. 10.8V SCREW DRIVER KIT 10.8V SUB COMPACT DRILL DRIVER

Kunci Jawaban Mentoring AM UTS
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Kunci Jawaban Mentoring 2014 Akuntansi Manajemen Kunci Jawaban Mentoring AM Soal 1 Key inputs January Beginning Inventory Production Goods Avail. For sale Units sold Ending Inventory 0 1000 1000 700 300 February 300 800 1100 800 300 March 300 1250 1550 1500 50 Budgeted fixed manufacturing cost per uit and budgeted total manufacturing cost per unit under absorption costing are (ind dollars) January February March Budgeted Fixed Manuf. Costs 400000 400000 400000 Budgeted Production 1000 1000 1000 Budgeted Fixed Man. Cost/unit 400 400 400 Budgeted var. Manuf cost/unit 900 900 900 Budgeted total manuf. Cost /unit 1300 1300 1300 Variable Costing (in $) Revenues ($2500 x unit) Variable Cost Beginning Inventory (Price x unit) Var. Manuf. Cost (900 x unit) COGAS Deduct ending Inventory Variable COGS Variable Operating Cost (600 x 700;800;) Total Variable Costs Contribution Margin Fixed Costs Fixed Manufacturing Costs Fixed Operating Costs Total Fixed Costs Operating Income January February 2013 2013 1750000 2000000 March 2013 3750000 0 900000 900000 -270000 630000 270000 720000 990000 -270000 720000 270000 1125000 1395000 -45000 1350000 420000 1050000 700000 480000 1200000 800000 900000 2250000 1500000 400000 140000 540000 160000 400000 140000 540000 260000 400000 140000 540000 960000 January February 2013 2013 1750000 2000000 March 2013 3750000 Absorption Costing (in $) Revenues ($2500 x unit) http://spa-feui.com @spafeui Kunci Jawaban Mentoring AM COGS Beginning Inventory (Price*Unit) Variable Manuf. Costs Allocated Fixed Manuf. Cost (400*U) COGAS Deduct Ending Inventory (1300*U) Adjustment for Prod. Vol. Variance COGS Gross Margin Operating Costs Variable Operating costs Fixed operating costs Total operating costs Operating income 2 January 0 900000 400000 1300000 -390000 0 910000 840000 390000 720000 320000 1430000 -390000 80000 U 1120000 880000 420000 140000 560000 280000 480000 140000 620000 260000 390000 1125000 500000 2015000 -65000 -100000 F 1850000 1900000 900000 140000 1040000 860000 (Variable (Fixed Manuf. Costs in (Fixed Manuf.costs (Absorption-costing operating income)- Costing OI) = end. Inventory) - in begin. Inventory) 280000

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