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This is the Graphic Standards Manual for the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). It sets the standard for the design of all USAID public communications. The guidelines in this manual are compulsory for all Agency employees and contractors producing communications funded in whole by USAID, in accordance with Automated Directive Systems (ADS) 320. A separate publication, the Partner Branding Guide, details co-branding guidelines for communications co-funded by USAID. Below is the Standard Graphic Identity (Identity) for USAID. It is to be used to mark all programs, projects, activities, and public communications that require acknowledgement of USAID*. Found in the most remote corners of the globe, the USAID handclasp is one of the best known U.S. emblems throughout the world. It has become a symbol of the United States’ long history of aiding those in need. Labeling was first required during the Marshall Plan when Congress became concerned that the Soviet Union was taking credit for the poorly marked U.S. foreign aid donations to European countries. This original 1948 design was adapted from the Great Seal of the United States with the words,“For European Recovery Supplied by the United States of America,” in the center. It was translated into the languages of the recipient countries. But the slogan became obsolete when military aid was added to the economic program, and when some Near East and Asian countries were added to the roster of recipients under President Truman’s Point IV Program. In 1951, the slogan became,“Strength for the Free World from the United States of America.” In several countries, the slogan could not be translated into local dialects, so different designs and slogans were used. Moreover, the wide variety of containers needed made it necessary to have a range of labels, decals, metal plates, tags, and stencils in all sizes. As a result, the value of the overall message was lost due to a lack of uniformity. In 1953, Eleanor Gault, an employee in the Marking and Labeling Office of the Mutual Security Agency—a USAID predecessor—revised the emblem. During her research, Gault discovered that “clasped hands” have been recognized as a sign of unity, goodwill, and cooperation for centuries. She concluded that clasped hands,“could serve to identify the aid as part of the mutual effort with mutual benefits shared by our country and friends around the world.”
Many of the features of the Insignia GPS are described in more detail later in this manual, however some key features of the device include: Connected navigation: Allows you to connect to the Internet and provides updated and real time searches including street addresses, businesses, recreation parks, and other points of interest. Real-time traffic information: Has built-in intelligence that knows where you are travelling. The Insignia GPS is constantly downloading traffic data and provides the most up-to-date traffic information available. If it recognizes that there may be long delays, it provides you with the option to choose an alternate route. Search and browse: Can search locations on Google search or browse lists for points of interest locally or at your destination. Updated gas prices: Can search gasbuddy.com for updated information about gas prices where you are and along your route. Hands-free via Bluetooth: Lets you use your GPS as an in-vehicle hands-free device. Pair your Bluetooth enabled cell phone with your Insignia GPS Bluetooth connection, and then use the Insignia GPS to receive calls while in your vehicle. Services included with this device One year of data connectivity service (365 days) is included with the purchase of this device. This service starts the first time you power on your device and gives you access to: • Real-Time Traffic • Google Local Search • Send an Address wireless to your GPS device • Map updates in Best Buy stores at the Geek Squad bench. These will be available up to 4 times per year.
Insignia has two new GPS devices available to the consumer; the 4.3-inch NS-CNV20 and the 3.5-inch NS-CNV10. Both models have a bright LCD screen and a slim profile that allows you to place it in your shirt pocket or mount on the dashboard. The NS-CNV20 offers Bluetooth functionality, and both models connect to the Internet by way of a cellular modem, which gives you instant access to a number of services, such as real-time traffic updates and Google Local Search. Map updates are accomplished with Geek Squad´s Map Update Service. You can get free quarterly map updates from Geek Squad for the first year from the purchase date. Another handy little feature is the integration into Google Maps, which is free for the first year. You can look up a route or address on Google Maps from your PC and send the information to your GPS device. This is a cool feature that lets you plan trips from your PC and then forward to your GPS device. The NS-CNV20 and NS-CNV10 is a pair of GPS devices that can save you time and money driving around looking for POI (points of interest) or just finding your way to a store or someone´s house. With traffic updates, both GPS devices will keep you from getting stuck in bumper-to-bumper traffic, while the Google Local Search will help you pinpoint that hard-to-find place as you´re driving around. Whatever your driving habits are, the NS-CNV20 and NS-CNV10 can get you where you need to be in the least amount of time. It can also reduce your gasoline consumption by routing you around traffic congestion. The NS-CNV20 sells for $499 and has built-in Bluetooth functionality, but if that´s more than you need, you can save a $100 and opt for the NS-CNV10 that sells for $399. Both to go on sale October 19th. This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study, research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. "Insignia Launches Two New GPS Devices." Phys.org. 4 Oct 2008. http://phys.org/news142339641.html
Muchas de las funciones del GPS Insignia se describen con más detalle más adelante en este manual, sin embargo algunas características clave del dispositivo incluyen las siguientes: Navegación conectada: Le permite conectarse a Internet y provee búsquedas actualizadas y en tiempo real que incluyen direcciones, negocios, parques de recreación y otros puntos de interés. Información de tráfico en tiempo real: Cuenta con inteligencia integrada que sabe a dónde se dirige en su viaje. El GPS Insignia descarga constantemente información de tráfico y provee la información más actualizada disponible. Si se da cuenta que puede encontrar largos retrasos, le provee la opción de elegir una ruta alternativa. Buscar y examinar: Puede hacer una búsqueda de ubicaciones por medio de Google o examinar listas de puntos de interés locales o en su destino. Precios de gasolina actualizados: Puede hacer una búsqueda en gasbuddy.com para obtener información actualizada sobre precios de gasolina en donde se encuentra o en la trayectoria de su ruta. Servicios incluidos con este dispositivo Un año de servicio de conectividad de datos (365 días) se incluye con la compra de este dispositivo. El servicio comienza la primera vez que encienda su dispositivo y le da acceso a: • Tráfico en tiempo real • Búsqueda local de Google • Envíe una dirección de forma inalámbrica a su dispositivo GPS • Actualización de mapas en las tiendas Best Buy en el mostrador de Geek Squad. Éstos estarán disponibles hasta cuatro veces por año. 2 www.insignia-products.com NS-CNV10 - 08-1416 - SP.fm Page 3 Tuesday, September 2, 2008 1:56 PM NS-CNV10 Insignia se reserva el derecho, a su discreción, de limitar el uso de datos excesivo en cualquier dispositivo. Después que este servicio caduca, los clientes podrán renovar este servicio con el pago de una suscripción anual. Esto estará disponible en www.bestbuy.com. Nota Los clientes deben renovar su suscripción dentro de un año después de que expire su servicio. Información de seguridad Cuidado Para reducir el riesgo de choque eléctrico y el daño de este dispositivo GPS, no remueva la cubierta posterior del dispositivo. Favor hacer todas las preguntas sobre mantenimiento al personal de servicio calificado. Fuente de alimentación Enchufe el adaptador de CA incluido en el puerto USB a un lado de su GPS. Enchufe el extremo con dos espigas del cable de alimentación de CA en un tomacorriente 100-240 V. Si encuentra a dificultades al insertar el enchufe, voltéelo y vuelva a insertarlo. Si su GPS no será usado por un largo tiempo, desconecte el enchufe del tomacorriente. Nota Antes de enchufar el cable de alimentación en un tomacorriente de CA, asegúrese de que todas las conexiones han sido hechas.
We have been proving care for children in our community for over 40 years. We collaborate with the universities in our area to improve early childhood education in Child Care and Day Care Centers. We participate in the community at large, using community service to introduce children to the importance of sharing with others. From food drives to support local causes, to fundraising for cancer awareness, we introduce our children to giving and the need to be involved with our community is an age appropriate manner.
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Ford 3.0-liter V6s are notorious oil leakers. Knowing where the problems lie and what to look for is crucial for accurate diagnoses and repairs. luck! We’ve also repeatedly checked for mechanical problems with this engine. Crankshaft end play has always been on the money, and the engine runs too smoothly to suspect bad rings forcing blowby gases into the crankcase and raising pressures enough to blow out the seal. Up to now, we’ve tried everything imaginable to keep this seal from popping out—RTV, JB Weld, etc. Before buttoning up the last job, we actually had a local machinist come down and drill, tap and install sheet-metal screws with washers to help keep the seal in position—to no avail. At this point, we’re stymied as to how we should proceed with this engine. Any thoughts you might be able to share will be greatly appreciated. Jack Burnette Clinton, IA At this moment, I have in my shop a 1994 3.0liter Ford Ranger. This truck came in a while back with what appeared to be a leaky rear main oil seal. Upon removing the transmission, however, we discovered that it was actually the oil pan gasket that was the source of the leakage. As a result, we replaced the pan gasket and, since we were in the area, the rear main seal, as well. To make a long story short, we’re now on our sixth seal, all due to leakage problems. The odd thing about this whole saga is that it’s not the seal lip causing the leakage; rather, it’s the seal itself, which for some reason is actually being forced out of its recess in the rear main cap and block. We started each repair with a routine check of the PCV system. Although the system always appeared to be functioning properly, as a precaution we replaced vacuum lines and the PCV valve after the third seal failure. No...