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H560 Bluetooth Headset Quick Start Guide - Motorola Support

Your H560 headset is supplied with multiple earbuds. The earbud is fitted onto the end of your headset’s earpiece speaker, and placed onto your ear when using your headset. To wear your headset, flex the earhook and loop it over your ear as shown. Your headset’s performance is greatly dependent upon achieving a good fit on your ear. Therefore, we recommend trying all the supplied earbuds with your headset. Be sure to position the ear cushion into your ear canal for optimal audio performance and comfort. You can also change the orientation of the volume buttons on your headset. 1 Turn the headset power off. 2 Press and hold the Volume button you top of the earhook up and off speaker stem, as shown. want to assign as the "volume up" button and slide the switch toward the microphone. The indicator light flashes blue three times, then steady blue. When connected, it will flash blue/purple. 2 Flip the headset over. 3 Attach the earhook to Volume Buttons the speaker stem, as shown. Indicator Light European Union Directives Conformance Statement Hereby, Motorola declares that this product is in compliance with: • The essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.

Genetics in Harry Potter's World Lesson 2

Rules of Inheritance • Some traits follow the simple rules of Mendelian inheritance of dominant and recessive genes. • Complex traits follow different patterns of inheritance that may involve multiples genes and other factors. For example, – Incomplete or blended dominance – Codominance – Multiple alleles – Regulatory genes Any guesses on what these terms may mean? 2 Incomplete Dominance • Incomplete dominance results in a phenotype that is a blend of a heterozygous allele pair. Ex., Red flower + Blue flower => Purple flower • If the dragons in Harry Potter have fire‐power alleles F (strong fire) and F’ (no fire) that follow incomplete dominance, what are the phenotypes for the following dragon‐fire genotypes? – FF – FF’ – F’F’ 3 Incomplete Dominance • Incomplete dominance results in a phenotype that is a blend of the two traits in an allele pair. Ex., Red flower + Blue flower => Purple flower

Purple Bridesmaid Dresses

Look the best on your wedding day in purple bridesmaid dress proffered by bridesmaiddesigners.com. Since purple signifies royalty, these dresses would add that extra charm to your personality lending you all together a new touch. http://bit.ly/Umpd8K

Installation Instructions - CatalogRack.com

70-7003/70-7004 Amplifier Integration Harness Amplifier Integration Harness 1994-96 Dodge Stealth 1995-98 Eagle Talon 1994-99 Mitsubishi 3000GT 1994-04 Mitsubishi Diamante 1995-05 Mitsubishi Eclipse 1994-03 Mitsubishi Galant 2002-07 Mitsubishi Lancer 1997-02 Mitsubishi Mirage 1997-05 Mitsubishi Montero 2003-06 Mitsubishi Outlander To integrate an aftermarket head unit with the factory Infinity amplifier. Or To integrate an aftermarket amplifier with the factory Infinity head unit. AUDIO HARNESS POWER HARNESS 1994-96 Dodge Stealth 1995-98 Eagle Talon 1994-99 Mitsubishi 3000GT 1994-04 Mitsubishi Diamante 1995-05 Mitsubishi Eclipse 1994-03 Mitsubishi Galant 2002-07 Mitsubishi Lancer 1997-02 Mitsubishi Mirage 1997-05 Mitsubishi Montero 2003-06 Mitsubishi Outlander To integrate an aftermarket head unit with the factory Infinity amplifier. Or To integrate an aftermarket amplifier with the factory Infinity head unit. AUDIO HARNESS POWER HARNESS 1-800-221-0932 www.metraonline.com © COPYRIGHT 2001-2009 METRA ELECTRONICS CORP. 1-800-221-0932 www.metraonline.com © COPYRIGHT 2001-2009 METRA ELECTRONICS CORP. 70-7003/70-7004 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 70-7003/70-7004 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Amplifier Integration Harness Amplifier Integration Harness 1994-96 Dodge Stealth 1995-98 Eagle Talon 1994-99 Mitsubishi 3000GT 1994-04 Mitsubishi Diamante 1995-05 Mitsubishi Eclipse 1994-03 Mitsubishi Galant 2002-07 Mitsubishi Lancer 1997-02 Mitsubishi Mirage 1997-05 Mitsubishi Montero 2003-06 Mitsubishi Outlander To integrate an aftermarket head unit with the factory Infinity amplifier. Or To integrate an aftermarket amplifier with the factory Infinity head unit. AUDIO HARNESS POWER HARNESS 1-800-221-0932 www.metraonline.com © COPYRIGHT 2001-2009 METRA ELECTRONICS CORP. 1994-96 Dodge Stealth 1995-98 Eagle Talon 1994-99 Mitsubishi 3000GT 1994-04 Mitsubishi Diamante 1995-05 Mitsubishi Eclipse 1994-03 Mitsubishi Galant 2002-07 Mitsubishi Lancer 1997-02 Mitsubishi Mirage 1997-05 Mitsubishi Montero 2003-06 Mitsubishi Outlander To integrate an aftermarket head unit with the factory Infinity amplifier. Or To integrate an aftermarket amplifier with the factory Infinity head unit. AUDIO HARNESS POWER HARNESS 1-800-221-0932 www.metraonline.com © COPYRIGHT 2001-2009 METRA ELECTRONICS CORP. To Integrate Aftermarket Head Unit with Factory Amplifier To Integrate Aftermarket Head Unit with Factory Amplifier AUDIO HARNESS AUDIO HARNESS Connect the RCA cables to the line outputs on the aftermarket head unit OR use Metra’s #FL-LOC605 (sold separately) Line Output Converters to supply line outputs. FUNCTION COLOR Right Front Gray Left Front White Right Rear Purple Left Rear Green Amplifier Turn On Blue/White POWER HARNESS Connect the power wires to the aftermarket head unit. FUNCTION COLOR Ground To vehicle chassis Battery/Memory Yellow Ignition/Accy Red Power Antenna Blue Illumination Orange (If the aftermarket head unit does not have an Illumination wire, do not connect the orange wire, and cap this wire to prevent a short circuit.) NOTE: If the system has noise, use Metra’s #FL-GL605(sold separately) Ground Loop Isolator to remove the noise. Connect the RCA cables to the line outputs on the aftermarket head unit OR use Metra’s #FL-LOC605 (sold separately) Line Output Converters to supply line outputs. FUNCTION COLOR Right Front Gray Left Front White Right Rear Purple Left Rear Green Amplifier Turn On Blue/White POWER HARNESS Connect the power wires to the aftermarket head unit. FUNCTION COLOR Ground To vehicle chassis Battery/Memory Yellow Ignition/Accy Red Power Antenna Blue Illumination Orange (If the aftermarket head unit does not have an Illumination wire, do not connect the orange wire, and cap this wire to prevent a short circuit.) NOTE: If the system has noise, use Metra’s #FL-GL605(sold separately) Ground Loop Isolator to remove the noise.

Lines 802/805 (06/29/14) -- Metro Rail Red/Purple Lines (Union ...

Monday through Friday Red & Purple Lines Effective Jun 29 2014 All service after 9:00PM is subject to minor delays for system maintenance. Todo servicio después de las 9:00PM es sujeto a retrasos menores para mantenencia a la sistema. — 1:09A — 1:11A Friday Late Night and Saturday Late Night Only 12:08A — 12:10A 1:14 12:12A 1:16 12:14A 1:18 12:15A 1:19 12:16A 1:20 12:19A 1:23 Red & Purple Lines 11:47 11:52 NORTH HOLLYWOOD UNIVERSAL CITY HOLLYWOOD 11:54 11:56 11:59 12:01A DC12:12ADC12:14ADC12:15ADC12:17A C12:19A C12:21A See Friday Late Night and Saturday Late Night Only 8:14 — 8:24 — 8:34 — 8:44 — 8:54 — 9:04 — 9:15 — 8:15 — 8:25 — 8:35 — 8:45 — 8:55 — 9:05 — 9:16 — North Hollywood l 8:12 — 8:22 — 8:32 — 8:42 — 8:52 — 9:02 — 9:13 — Universal City l — 8:59 — 9:11 — 9:24 — 9:36 — 9:48 — 10:00 — 10:12 — 10:24 — 10:36 — 10:48 — 11:00 — 11:12 — 11:24 — 11:36 — 11:48 — 11:59 — 12:12P — 12:24 — 12:36 — 12:48 — 1:00 — 1:12 — 1:24 — 1:36 — 1:48 — 2:00 — 2:12 — 2:24 — 2:36 — 2:48 — 3:01 — 3:13 — 3:25 — 3:35 — 4:46A 4:49A 5:04 5:07 — — 5:20 5:23 5:27 5:30 — — 5:40 5:43 — — 5:53 5:56 — — 6:03 6:06 — — 6:13 6:16 — — 6:23 6:26 — — 6:33 6:36 — — 6:41 6:44 10 minutes — — 9:01 9:04 — — 9:13 9:16 — — 9:26 9:29 — — 9:38 9:41 — — 9:50 9:53 — — 10:02 10:05 — — 10:14 10:17 — — 10:26 10:29 — — 10:38 10:41 — — 10:50 10:53 — — 11:02 11:05 — — 11:14 11:17 — — 11:26 11:29 — — 11:38 11:41 — — 11:50 11:53 — — 12:02P 12:05P — — 12:14 12:17 — — 12:26 12:29 — — 12:38 12:41 — — 12:50 12:53 — — 1:02 1:05 — — 1:14 1:17 — — 1:26 1:29 — — 1:38 1:41 — — 1:50 1:53 — — 2:02 2:05 — — 2:14 2:17 — — 2:26 2:29 — — 2:38 2:41 — — 2:50 2:53 — — 3:03 3:06 — — 3:15 3:18 — — 3:27 3:30 — — 3:37 3:40 — — 10 minutes 8:17 8:20 — — 8:27 8:30 — — 8:37 8:40 — — 8:47 8:50 — — 9:00 8:57 — — 9:07 9:10 — — 9:18 9:21 — — 20 minutes 10 minutes Hollywood/Highland

CHEVROLET SILVERADO 1988-2005 VEHICLE WIRING

Copyright 2002-2004 Triple S Customs WIRING INFORMATION: 1988 Chevy Silverado Full-Size 2-Door WIRE WIRE COLOR 12V CONSTANT WIRE RED STARTER WIRE YELLOW OR PURPLE IGNITION WIRE PINK ACCESSORY WIRE ORANGE POWER DOOR LOCK (5-wire reverse LT. BLUE polarity) POWER DOOR UNLOCK (5-wire reverse BLACK/WHITE or BLACK/RED polarity) PARKING LIGHTS (+) BROWN DOOR TRIGGER WIRE (-) WHITE TACHOMETER WIRE PURPLE/WHITE BRAKE WIRE (+) WHITE HORN TRIGGER (-) BLACK DIESEL WAIT TO START (+) LEFT FRONT WINDOW UP LEFT FRONT WINDOW DOWN RIGHT FRONT WINDOW UP DK. BLUE DARK BLUE BROWN BLUE/WHITE RIGHT FRONT WINDOW DOWN TAN WIRING INFORMATION: 1989 Chevy Silverado Full-Size 2-Door WIRE WIRE COLOR 12V CONSTANT WIRE RED STARTER WIRE YELLOW OR PURPLE IGNITION WIRE PINK ACCESSORY WIRE ORANGE POWER DOOR LOCK (5-wire reverse LT. BLUE polarity) POWER DOOR UNLOCK (5-wire reverse BLACK/WHITE or BLACK/RED polarity) PARKING LIGHTS (+) BROWN DOOR TRIGGER WIRE (-) WHITE TACHOMETER WIRE PURPLE/WHITE BRAKE WIRE (+) WHITE HORN TRIGGER (-) BLACK DIESEL WAIT TO START (+) LEFT FRONT WINDOW UP LEFT FRONT WINDOW DOWN RIGHT FRONT WINDOW UP DK. BLUE DARK BLUE BROWN BLUE/WHITE RIGHT FRONT WINDOW DOWN TAN Copyright 2002-2004 Triple S Customs WIRE LOCATION Ignition Harness Ignition Harness Ignition Harness Ignition Harness Harness Coming Into Vehicle From Driver’s Door Harness Coming Into Vehicle From Driver’s Door At Headlight Switch Door Pin Or Under Dash Light Silver Module Behind Glove Box Plug At Brake Pedal Switch Or Harness In Driver Kick Panel Running To Rear Of Vehicle Harness At Column Coming From Steering Wheel Behind Instrument cluster At Motor Inside Driver’s Door At Motor Inside Driver’s Door Harness In Driver’s Kick Panel From Driver Door Harness In Driver’s Kick Panel From Driver Door WIRE LOCATION Ignition Harness Ignition Harness Ignition Harness Ignition Harness Harness Coming Into Vehicle From Driver’s Door Harness Coming Into Vehicle From Driver’s Door At Headlight Switch Door Pin Or Under Dash Light Silver Module Behind Glove Box Plug At Brake Pedal Switch Or Harness In Driver Kick Panel Running To Rear Of Vehicle Harness At Column Coming From Steering Wheel Behind Instrument cluster At Motor Inside Driver’s Door At Motor Inside Driver’s Door Harness In Driver’s Kick Panel From Driver Door Harness In Driver’s Kick Panel From Driver Door

Hardin Marine Big Block Chevy Engine Wiring Harness Instructions

REAR VIEW SHOWN FOR BREAKER UNIVERSAL CHEVROLET ENGINE WIRING HARNESS P/N 620-08802 P/N 620-08804 5 6 7 BLACK RED BLACK LT. BLUE PURPLE RED TO BREAKER ORANGE YELLOW/RED PURPLE LT. BLUE PURPLE ORANGE 10 15 12 16 TAN 13 14 9 3 ORANGE 17 12 RED 10 RED YELLOW / RED 2 4 10 RED FROM HARNESS 11 8 1 PURPLE TAN ORANGE RED TO BREAKER GRAY GRAY YELLOW / RED RED YELLOW / RED GRAY 10 RED FROM TERMINAL BAR 7 1 - 12 VOLT ON STARTER 2 - “S” ON STARTER 3 - 12V ON STARTER 4 - “R” ON STARTER 5 - STARTER SOLENOID 6 - STARTER SOLENOID 7 - STARTER SOLENOID TRIGGER TERMINAL 8 - NEGATIVE SIDE OF COIL 9 - POINT TERMINAL ON DISTRIBUTOR 10 - CIRCUIT BREAKER 11 - POSITIVE TERMINAL ON COIL 12 - CIRCUIT BREAKER 13 - OIL PRESSURE SENDER 14 - GROUND TO ENGINE BLOCK 15 - ALTERNATOR “EXC” TERMINAL 16 - ALTERNATOR CHARGE POST 17 - WATER TEMPERATURE SENDER

guidebook & resources for organizing a prom dress drive

DonateMyDress.org is the first national campaign designed to encourage girls around the country to donate their prom and special occasion dresses to those who cannot afford the costly experience of going to their prom, sweet 16, quinceañera, or formal. The site features a directory of local dress drive organizations across the U.S. that enables girls to easily find where in their local markets they can donate or receive a dress. DonateMyDress.org thrives on the dedication of volunteers who run dress drives nationwide. They work tirelessly to see that every girl in need receives the dress of her dreams, and they empower her to feel more glamorous and confident than ever before. The campaign also grows with the generosity of our corporate sponsors and individual donors, who are stylish women of all ages, as well as celebrities. DonateMyDress.org guides girls to take action, while linking them to the prom beauty and fashion resources on seventeen.com that will get them ready for their big night. DonateMyDress.org originated at Hearst Magazines and lives within the Hearst Teen Network, which is one of the top 10 ranked entertainment news Web sites, and one of the top 5 teen networks, according to ComScore Media Metrix. We are committed to raising awareness of dress donation while helping finance the drives’ operational costs through our Purple Dress Awards, which are grants funded by proceeds from our annual celebrity dress auction and corporate partnerships. If you are interested in joining the cause or starting a dress drive organization of your own, this guidebook will get you started!

3–2. Hair and fingernail standards and grooming policies Note: This ...

Note: This paragraph is punitive with regard to Soldiers. Violation by Soldiers may result in adverse administrative action and/or charges under the provisions of the UCMJ. a. Hair. (1) General. The requirement for hair grooming standards is necessary to maintain uniformity within a military population. Many hairstyles are acceptable, as long as they are neat and conservative. It is the responsibility of leaders at all levels to exercise good judgment when enforcing Army policy. All Soldiers will comply with hair, fingernail, and grooming policies while in any military uniform, or in civilian clothes on duty. (a) Leaders will judge the appropriateness of a particular hairstyle by the appearance of headgear when worn. Hairstyles (including bulk and length of hair) that do not allow Soldiers to wear the headgear properly, or that interfere with the proper wear of the protective mask or other protective equipment, are prohibited. Headgear will fit snugly and comfortably, without bulging or distortion from the intended shape of the headgear and without excessive gaps. (b) Extreme, eccentric, or faddish haircuts or hairstyles are not authorized. If Soldiers use dyes, tints, or bleaches, they must choose a natural hair color. Colors that detract from a professional military appearance are prohibited. Therefore, Soldiers must avoid using colors that result in an extreme appearance. Applied hair colors that are prohibited include, but are not limited to, purple, blue, pink, green, orange, bright (fire-engine) red, and fluorescent or neon colors. It is the responsibility of leaders to use good judgment in determining if applied colors are acceptable, based upon the overall effect on a Soldier’s appearance. (c) Soldiers who have a texture of hair that does not part naturally may cut a part into the hair. The part will be one straight line, not slanted or curved, and will fall in the area where the Soldier would normally part the hair. Soldiers will not cut designs into their hair or scalp. (2) Male haircuts. The hair on top of the head must be neatly groomed. The length and bulk of the hair...

16 AFI 36-2903 18 JULY 2011 Chapter 3 GROOMING AND ...

3.1. Personal Grooming Standards. This chapter outlines personal grooming while wearing any Air Force uniform or civilian clothing in an official capacity. Commander’s discretion may be used to determine if individual’s personal grooming is within standards of this instruction. Commanders do not have authority to waive grooming and appearance standards except as identified in this instruction. The personal grooming standards listed are minimum standards that represent common appearance issues and are not all-inclusive. Although Airmen have the right, within established limits, to express their individuality through their appearance, the Air Force has defined what is and what is not an acceptable, professional military image for Airmen. Except for minor variations based on gender differences, all Air Force personnel must comply with the same personal grooming standards. Supervisors have the responsibility to determine compliance with the letter and intent of this AFI and to correct the obvious violations regardless of whether the situation identified is clearly written in this AFI. 3.1.1. Hair-male and female. Will be clean, well-groomed, present a professional appearance, allow proper wear of headgear, helmet or chemical mask and conform to safety requirements. Will not contain excessive amounts of grooming aids (e.g. gel, mousse, pomade, moisturizer), appear lopsided, touch either eyebrow, or end below an imaginary line across the forehead at the top of the eyebrows that is parallel to the ground. If applied, dyes, tints, bleaches and frostings must result in natural, human hair colors. The hair color must complement the member’s complexion and skin tone. Examples of natural human hair colors are brown, blonde, brunette, natural red, black or grey. Prohibited examples (not all inclusive) are burgundy, purple, orange, fluorescent or neon colors. Exception: Commander may temporarily authorize cancer patients to wear approved caps (black/tan), wigs or maintain baldness due to a temporary medical condition (i.e., radiation/chemotherapy). If...

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