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Patent Transparency and Improvements Act

A bill to promote transparency in patent ownership and make other improvements to the patent system, and for other purposes. IN THE SENATE OF THE ... 113TH CONGRESS 1ST SESSION S. ll A bill to promote transparency in patent ownership and make other improvements to the patent system, and for other purposes. IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES llllllllll Mr. LEAHY (for himself, Mr. LEE, and Mr. WHITEHOUSE) introduced the following bill; which was read twice and referred to the Committee on llllllllll A BILL A bill to promote transparency in patent ownership and make other improvements to the patent system, and for other purposes. 1 Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa- 2 tives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, 3 SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE; TABLE OF CONTENTS. 4 (a) SHORT TITLE.—This Act may be cited as the 5 ‘‘Patent Transparency and Improvements Act of 2013’’. 6 (b) TABLE OF CONTENTS.—The table of contents for 7 this Act is as follows: Sec. Sec. Sec. Sec. 1. 2. 3. 4. Short title; table of contents. Definitions. Transparency of patent ownership. Customer stay. ALB13912 S.L.C. 2 Sec. Sec. Sec. Sec. Sec. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Bad-faith demand letters. Small business education, outreach, and information access. Improved post-issuance procedures. Protection of intellectual-property licenses in bankruptcy. Codification of the double-patenting doctrine for first-inventor-to-file patents. Sec. 10. Technical corrections to the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act. Sec. 11. Reports. Sec. 12. Effective date.

Autodesk SketchBook Pro
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Introduction 7 Sketching.................................................................................................................................................................. 7 Clutch ........................................................................................................................................................................ 7 Toolbar ...................................................................................................................................................................... 8 Information toolbar ............................................................................................................................................. 9 Gestures ................................................................................................................................................................... 9 Zoom into and out of the canvas .....................................................................................................................9 Reposition the canvas ..........................................................................................................................................10 Brush Properties puck .......................................................................................................................................12 Access the Brush Properties puck .................................................................................................................. 12 Resize a brush .......................................................................................................................................................... 12 Corner tools ........................................................................................................................................................... 13 Slider fidelity .......................................................................................................................................................... 13 Glossary Change brushes, colors, and your view 18 Select a brush ....................................................................................................................................................... 18 Radial menu – Select a brush ........................................................................................................................... 18 Editor – Select a brush ......................................................................................................................................... 18 Customize brushes............................................................................................................................................. 19 Change brush properties .................................................................................................................................... 19 Color Wheel ........................................................................................................................................................... 21 Change color panels ............................................................................................................................................. 21 Select a color ........................................................................................................................................................... 22 Color Editor.............................................................................................................................................................. 22 Change RGB and HSB ...................................................................................................................................... 23 Swatch panel ....................................................................................................................................................... 24 Select a swatch ....................................................................................................................................................... 24 Create and change a swatch .............................................................................................................................25 Change your view ............................................................................................................................................... 26 Zoom in and move around a sketch ............................................................................................................. 26 Zoom out of a sketch .......................................................................................................................................... 27 View the full canvas ............................................................................................................................................. 28 Gallery 29 Edit ...................................................................................................................................................................... 29 New/Import .................................................................................................................................................... 29 Export 2SD ..................................................................................................................................................... 29 Share ................................................................................................................................................................. 29 Copy/Delete .................................................................................................................................................. 29 Sketching and painting 30 Create a new sketch ..........................................................................................................................................30 Import a sketch ....................................................................................................................................................30 Layered images ...................................................................................................................................................... 30 Gallery and saving ................................................................................................................................................ 30 Importing a sketch .............................................................................................................................................. 31 Drawshapes ........................................................................................................................................................... 32 Flood fill and area ............................................................................................................................................... 33 Symmetry ............................................................................................................................................................... 34 Undo and redo ..................................................................................................................................................... 35 Undo brushstrokes ................................................................................................................................................ 35 Redo brushstrokes ................................................................................................................................................. 35 iii | P a g e Adding text 36 How do I add text ............................................................................................................................................... 36 Transforming text ............................................................................................................................................... 36 Using layers 37 Layers and the Layer Editor ............................................................................................................................ 37 What are layers? ..................................................................................................................................................... 37 How do I use layers? ............................................................................................................................................ 38 Add a layer ............................................................................................................................................................. 38 Duplicate a layer ................................................................................................................................................. 39 Add an image....................................................................................................................................................... 40 Merge layers ......................................................................................................................................................... 41 Delete a layer ...................................................................................................................................................... 42 Hide and show a layer ..................................................................................................................................... 42 Reorder layers ...................................................................................................................................................... 43 Change layer opacity........................................................................................................................................ 44 Preserve layer transparency ........................................................................................................................... 45 Blend modes ......................................................................................................................................................... 45 Multiply layers ........................................................................................................................................................ 46 Add layers ................................................................................................................................................................. 46 Screen layers ........................................................................................................................................................... 46 Apply blend modes ............................................................................................................................................47 Transforming a layer 48 Move, rotate, or scale a layer........................................................................................................................ 48 Save, export, and post sketches 50 Save your sketch ................................................................................................................................................. 50 Export your sketch .............................................................................................................................................50 Export options ......................................................................................................................................................... 51 Open a saved sketch .......................................................................................................................................... 51 Changing preferences 52 General ................................................................................................................................................................... 52 Brushes and Colors ............................................................................................................................................ 53 Corner Shortcuts................................................................................................................................................. 54 Factory Defaults .................................................................................................................................................. 54 Getting SketchBook information 55 Help .......................................................................................................................................................................... 55 About ....................................................................................................................................................................... 55 News ........................................................................................................................................................................ 55 Appendix - Samsung 56 S Pen Mode .............................................................................................................................................................. 56 S Pen menu .............................................................................................................................................................. 56 Easy Clip .............................................................................................................................................................. 56

DXA-SLR PRO Manual - Beachtek
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This operating manual explains the adapter function settings and how to use the adapter to record audio into the camera. ©BeachTek Inc. 2012 Thank You for Purchasing a BeachTek Product Congratulations on purchasing the most advanced custom designed audio adapter for DSLR cameras available today. This adapter is packed with features to enable you to record professional audio directly to your camera. • Before using this high quality device, please read this guide thoroughly to obtain the highest performance. • Please contact us if you have any problems or questions. Description The BeachTek DXA-SLR PRO is a two-channel, active XLR adapter with built-in preamplifiers for attaching external microphones and other audio gear to any DSLR camera that has a built-in mic jack. It can also be used with any camcorder or other audio recording device that has a mic jack. The DXA-SLR PRO uses exceptionally low noise, wide bandwidth preamplifiers for superb audio. This allows you to record high quality audio directly to the camera which will always be in sync with the video. Direct audio recording eliminates the need to have a separate audio recording device and syncing the audio in post editing. The DXA-SLR PRO is very easy to set up and use. It allows you to connect a wide variety of audio devices including wireless systems, mixers, sound boards and professional condenser microphones that require 48 volt phantom power to operate. The inputs are transformer balanced for isolation and enhanced circuit protection. Built-in VU Meters makes it easy to verify the proper input levels at a glance, while the level controls allow you to adjust the output signal for optimum recording. Built-in fast acting limiters prevent distortion from overly hot inputs for worry free operation. The phone jack lets you monitor the audio from the adapter during recording, or camera during playback. A unique feature of the DXA-SLR PRO is the ability to control the wild swings of the Auto Gain Control that plague most cameras. This dramatically reduces noise during quiet moments of recording. The adapter mounts to the bottom of the camera and can also be mounted to any standard tripod.

Early stage impacts of tonsillectomy on immune functions of children

Summary Objective: The purpose of this study was to investigate the changes in the humoral and cellular immunity of patients with chronic tonsillitis before and 1 month after tonsillectomy. Patients and methods: 37 patients scheduled for tonsillectomy were enrolled in this study. The levels of CD3+ , CD4+ , CD8+ , CD19+ , CD25+ and CD16+ +56+ were measured for cellular immunity, and levels of IgG, IgA, IgM, C3 and C4 were measured for humoral immunity in blood samples taken from these patients before and 1 month after the operation. Results: The levels of CD3+ , CD8+ and CD19+ were reduced in post-operative period as compared to pre-operative period but this was not statistically significant (P > 0.05). However it was found that the level of CD4+ was significantly increased while the level of CD25+ was reduced (P < 0.05) in the post-operative period. There were statistically significant differences between pre- and post-operative levels of immunoglobulins, C3 and C4, which were decreased after tonsillectomy (P < 0.05), but these levels were comparable with those of the control group. Conclusion: The results from the present study indicate that humoral and cellular immunity of patients undergoing tonsillectomy were decreased in the early period and came to normal later. The cellular and humoral immune responses are stimulated in patients with tonsillitis, and tonsillectomy removes this stimulus without negatively affecting the patient’s immune functions. © 2003 Elsevier Ireland Ltd. All rights reserved.

Boeing 747-400 Standard Procedure's Guide An ... - smithplanet.com

Boeing 747-400 Standard Procedure's Guide An illustrated guide to getting started with the PMDG 747 Contents Getting Started Preflight Pushback and Start Taxi and Takeoff Climb and Cruise Approach and Landing Taxi In, Parking, and Shutdown Getting Started This guide will: guide you through the standard startup, taxi, takeoff, climb, cruise, approach, and landing procedures for the PMDG 747. provide an illustrated guide to the major systems and controls of the 747. provide an simple, logical, and easy to understand method for operating the 747 similarly to real-world operations. This document is © 2005 - Jared "Smitty" Smith. You are free to translate this article as long as a link is provided to this document. If you contact me, I will provide a link to your translation. You can also redistribute this as long as you link to the original (which will always be kept up-to-date) found at http://smithplanet.com/fs2004/pmdg/index.htm A PDF version is available by clicking the icon below. This guide will NOT: be a substitute for the official PMDG manual. teach you all operations of the aircraft. teach you how to program and use the FMC beyond what is needed to minimally operate the aircraft. teach you about or how to fully use the autopilot functions. You will notice that this guide deviates from the published Normal Procedures checklist. This is done to facilitate learning the 747 systems, to save time, and to only focus on the systems that are likely to be necessary to establish an operational aircraft. I believe all of the procedures and information here to be factual, though it is often overly simplified and not necessarily in the correct order. If there is something that is incorrect or unclear, please let me know. IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS REGARDING THE OPERATION OF THE AIRCRAFT, REFER TO THE MANUAL OR POST THEM TO THE PMDG SUPPORT FORUM. I WILL NOT ANSWER STUPID QUESTIONS THAT ARE ANSWERED ELSEWHERE. :-) On the other hand, if you have a legitimate question or concern, please contact me and I'll be happy to respond.

Boeing 737-73V, G-EZJK 09-10.pdf - Air Accidents Investigation ...

The commander returned to Southend on 12 January 2009 to conduct the post-maintenance check flight 1 AAIB Bulletin: 9/2010 G-EZJK and the customer demonstration flight. EW/C2009/01/02 Before the Before the manual reversion check began, the flight he discussed with the crew chief from the individual hydraulic systems were isolated in turn maintenance provider the work that had been carried by placing the FLT CONTROL switches A and B to the out. He recalled being told that an adjustment had OFF been made to the elevator balance tab setting and was enabling the flight controls to be checked for normal given extracts from the Aircraft Maintenance Manual operation on a single hydraulic system. (AMM) to assist him in conducting an in-flight elevator was confirmed as satisfactory on both systems. The power-off test and to identify any asymmetrical commander then released the controls and the co-pilot flight control forces; both were required as part of selected both flt control switches (a and b) to the the maintenance procedures. off Prior to departure he position individually and reinstating each in turn Operation position, removing all hydraulic assistance from checked the aircraft’s technical log and confirmed that the primary flight controls. As he did so the aircraft arrangements had been made with ATC for the flight to pitched rapidly nose-down. The commander pulled be conducted in the East Anglia Military Training Area back on the control column with considerable force but (MTA). The commander and co-pilot, a first officer was unable to prevent the aircraft from maintaining a from the operator, were accompanied on the flight by nose-down pitch attitude of 2.8° and descending at up to two observers representing the aircraft owner and the 3,100 ft/min. The commander decided to abandon the airline due to take delivery of the aircraft. No problems check and reinstate the hydraulics. However, he did not were identified during the pre-flight preparation and the wish to re-engage them immediately as he stated that aircraft departed at 1400 hrs with the commander as the he had been trained that, should the aircraft pitch up or handling pilot. down uncontrollably during a manual reversion check, the aircraft should be rolled to unload the pressure The commander climbed the aircraft to FL410, on the elevators and the controls released before the conducted a series of checks and, after about 45 minutes, hydraulics are reinstated.

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moog® Hub assemblies
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Hub Assemblies From MOOG®– The Problem Solver® When it comes to total undercar solutions, MOOG® steering and suspension components are the choice of more professional technicians. The leading-edge engineering, metallurgy and manufacturing, and long-lasting, problem-solving performance of MOOG products have earned technicians’ trust for decades. MOOG Hub Assemblies are the latest product from this trusted brand. We offer coverage for virtually all applications, putting the MOOG problem-solving philosophy to work for the broadest range of vehicles. superior Oil Seal Best seal in the market, eliminates leaking and contamination. Integral Raceway Provides proper clearance between ball and bearing riding surfaces. OEM Approved Bearing Design No re-lubrication is necessary for this non-metallic retainer, allowing for a cooler-running bearing. OEM ABS Sensor and Plug Better ABS signal due to high strength polymer and copper wiring for improved connection and conductivity. Exclusive Seal Design DEBRIS FLOW DEBRIS Exclusive Seal Design Premium seal design ensures maximum contamination exclusion, protecting bearing life and ABS performance. Precision Matched Components Rigorously controlled manufacturing processes ensure exact matching of bearing raceways and rolling elements to consistently deliver superior performance and minimize noise and vibration. Post-Assembly Quality Assurance Testing 100% inspection ensures proper ABS function and quiet operation. Engineered for Seamless systems Operation MOOG® Hub Assemblies are designed to maximize the performance of the related components in the ABS, brake and steering systems. Total undercar solutions When it comes to undercar solutions, MOOG® offers the complete steering and suspension package. MOOG provides advanced engineering, problem-solving innovation, industry-leading technical expertise, superior products and the broadest range of foreign and domestic coverage that today’s technicians need. That’s why MOOG is the choice of professional technicians and top NASCAR® crew chiefs. Upper Strut Mount Upper Control Arm Coil Spring Upper Ball Joint Control Arm Bushing Complete Strut Assembly Inner Tie Rod Tie Rod End Sway Bar Bushing Hub Assemblies Control Arm Bushing Lower Control Arm Sway Bar Link Lower Ball Joint Control Arm Bushing INDUSTRY EXPERTISE

POST-BYZANTINE ARCHITECTURE IN SOFIA
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The front page shows ‘Portrait of Princess Marie Louise as a Byzantine Empress’. This posthumous portrait of the first wife of Tsar Ferdinand of Bulgaria was painted in 1900 by Prof. Ivan Mrkvička and won the gold medal at the World Exhibition in Paris in the same year. In the picture we can see motives borrowed from the wellknown early Byzantine (4th century) floor ‘mosaic with cypresses’ excavated under the apse of St. Sophia Church in Sofia, and the ornamented garment of the princess reproduces the attire of Sebastocratress Desislava from the 13th century murals in the famous Boyana Church. The 3 metre-high canvas is kept in the collection of the National Art Gallery, set in its original bronze relief frame cast by Boris Schatz. Sofia Municipality: www.sofia.bg Dipliana-NEOVIZANT-ENG-new.indd---1 Cyan Magenta Yellow Black From top to bottom: From top to bottom: St. Alexander Nevski Cathedral, detail of the south façade ● designed by Arch. A. Pomerantsev in 1882 and built in 1904—1912 ● consecrated in 1924 Church of St. Nicholas the New of Sofia ● designed by Arch. A. Tornyov, 1896—1900 ● façade decoration and interior design by H. Tachev and St. Badjov ● wood-carved iconostasis and furniture implemented by Lazar and Nestor Aleksiev after a design by A. Tornyov and H. Tachev Church of the Seven Saints, or ‘Sveti Sedmochislenitsi’ ● In 1901— 1903 the Kodjadervish Mosque, designed by Mimar Sinan (1528), was reconstructed into a church in post-Byzantine style following the design of architects A. Pomerantsev, P. Momchilov and Y. Milanov Church of St. Paraskeva (The New) ● designed by Arch. A. Tornyov and built in 1922—1929 ● woodcarved iconostasis by Jan Travnicki and Todor Christov Sofia Central Synagogue ● designed by Arch. F. Grünanger and built in 1905—1909 ● façade decoration and interior design by H. Tachev ● Sofia Synagogue is a Sephardic (Spanish) Jewish temple, which is why the building displays an unusual mixture of Moorish and post-Byzantine styles. Halite ● designed by Arch. Naum Torbov and built in 1909—1911 ● restored in 2000

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