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All Intellectual Property, as defined below, owned by or which is otherwise the property of Samsung or its respective suppliers relating to the SAMSUNG Phone, including but not limited to, accessories, parts, or software relating there to (the “Phone System”), is proprietary to Samsung and protected under federal laws, state laws, and international treaty provisions. Intellectual Property includes, but is not limited to, inventions (patentable or unpatentable), patents, trade secrets, copyrights, software, computer programs, and related documentation and other works of authorship. You may not infringe or otherwise violate the rights secured by the Intellectual Property. Moreover, you agree that you will not (and will not attempt to) modify, prepare derivative works of, reverse engineer, decompile, disassemble, or otherwise attempt to create source code from the software. No title to or ownership in the Intellectual Property is transferred to you. All applicable rights of the Intellectual Property shall remain with SAMSUNG and its suppliers. Open Source Software Some software components of this product, including but not limited to 'PowerTOP' and 'e2fsprogs', incorporate source code covered under GNU General Public License (GPL), GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL), OpenSSL License, BSD License and other open source licenses. To obtain the source code covered under the open source licenses, please visit: http://opensource.samsung.com. Disclaimer of Warranties; Exclusion of Liability EXCEPT AS SET FORTH IN THE EXPRESS WARRANTY CONTAINED ON THE WARRANTY PAGE ENCLOSED WITH THE PRODUCT, THE PURCHASER TAKES THE PRODUCT "AS IS", AND SAMSUNG MAKES NO EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF ANY KIND WHATSOEVER WITH RESPECT TO THE PRODUCT, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE MERCHANTABILITY OF THE PRODUCT OR ITS FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR USE; THE DESIGN, CONDITION OR QUALITY OF THE PRODUCT; THE PERFORMANCE OF THE PRODUCT; THE WORKMANSHIP OF THE PRODUCT OR THE COMPONENTS CONTAINED THEREIN; OR COMPLIANCE OF THE PRODUCT WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF ANY LAW, RULE, SPECIFICATION OR CONTRACT PERTAINING VZW_i545_UM_Eng_MD2e_CH_050813_F3
All Intellectual Property, as defined below, owned by or which is otherwise the property of Samsung or its respective suppliers relating to the SAMSUNG Phone, including but not limited to, accessories, parts, or software relating there to (the “Phone System”), is proprietary to Samsung and protected under federal laws, state laws, and international treaty provisions. Intellectual Property includes, but is not limited to, inventions (patentable or unpatentable), patents, trade secrets, copyrights, software, computer programs, and related documentation and other works of authorship. You may not infringe or otherwise violate the rights secured by the Intellectual Property. Moreover, you agree that you will not (and will not attempt to) modify, prepare derivative works of, reverse engineer, decompile, disassemble, or otherwise attempt to create source code from the software. No title to or ownership in the Intellectual Property is transferred to you. All applicable rights of the Intellectual Property shall remain with SAMSUNG and its suppliers. Open Source Software Some software components of this product incorporate source code covered under GNU General Public License (GPL), GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL), OpenSSL License, BSD License and other open source licenses. To obtain the source code covered under the open source licenses, please visit: http://opensource.samsung.com. Disclaimer of Warranties; Exclusion of Liability EXCEPT AS SET FORTH IN THE EXPRESS WARRANTY CONTAINED ON THE WARRANTY PAGE ENCLOSED WITH THE PRODUCT, THE PURCHASER TAKES THE PRODUCT "AS IS", AND SAMSUNG MAKES NO EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF ANY KIND WHATSOEVER WITH RESPECT TO THE PRODUCT, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE MERCHANTABILITY OF THE PRODUCT OR ITS FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR USE; THE DESIGN, CONDITION OR QUALITY OF THE PRODUCT; THE PERFORMANCE OF THE PRODUCT; THE WORKMANSHIP OF THE PRODUCT OR THE COMPONENTS CONTAINED THEREIN; OR COMPLIANCE OF THE PRODUCT WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF ANY LAW, RULE, SPECIFICATION OR CONTRACT PERTAINING THERETO. NOTHING CONTAINED IN THE INSTRUCTION MANUAL SHALL BE CONSTRUED TO CREATE AN EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF ANY KIND WHATSOEVER WITH RESPECT TO THE PRODUCT. IN ADDITION, SAMSUNG SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES OF ANY KIND RESULTING FROM THE PURCHASE OR USE OF SCH-R760_UM_Eng_FE19_CH_062012_F5 THE PRODUCT OR ARISING FROM THE BREACH OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTY, INCLUDING INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, OR LOSS OF ANTICIPATED PROFITS OR BENEFITS. SAMSUNG IS NOT LIABLE FOR PERFORMANCE ISSUES OR INCOMPATIBILITIES CAUSED BY YOUR EDITING OF REGISTRY SETTINGS, OR YOUR MODIFICATION OF OPERATING SYSTEM SOFTWARE. USING CUSTOM OPERATING SYSTEM SOFTWARE MAY CAUSE YOUR DEVICE AND APPLICATIONS TO WORK IMPROPERLY.
Fluids/Solids Handling Understand the Basics of Centrifugal Pump Operation By starting from such fundamentals as head and pressure, the authors have developed practical tips for specification and operation that provide for cost-effectiveness and reliability. Kimberly Fernandez, Bernadette Pyzdrowski, Drew W. Schiller and Michael B. Smith, KBR C entrifugal pumps are the most common type of kinetic pump, and are used most often in applications with moderate-to-high flow and low head. As the workhorse of the chemical process industries (CPI), centrifugals are almost always more economical to own, operate and maintain than other types of pumps. Parameters needed in specifying The process engineer is normally responsible for specifying the process requirements of the pump, including the conditions and physical properties of the liquid, and, most importantly, the ﬂowrate, pressure, density and viscosity. The ﬂowrate determines the capacity of the pump, and the head depends on the density and viscosity of the liquid. In general, the required ﬂowrate is determined by the material and energy balances. Design margins, typically between 0–25%, are added to the material-balance ﬂowrate to account for unexpected variations in properties or conditions, or to ensure that the overall plant meets its performance criteria. Also, minimum ﬂow protection is often added as continuous circulation. Occasionally, the required ﬂowrate (including design margins) may fall in the low range of that for centrifugal pumps. In such cases, a minimum-size pump rated for continuous service is speciﬁed, and the extra pump capacity is typically consumed by circulation from the discharge to the source. 52 www.cepmagazine.org May 2002 CEP During speciﬁcation, the maximum pressure a pump will develop during any aspect of operation, including startup, shutdown and upset conditions is determined. The shutoff pressure is the maximum pressure a pump will develop under zero-ﬂow conditions, which reﬂects a fully blocked outlet. Variables to consider when determining the design pressure include: • maximum pressure of the source (e.g., relieving pressure of a vessel) • maximum head developed by the pump (i.e., shutoff head) • maximum static head of the ﬂuid in the pump’s suction line • maximum pump operating speed (for variablespeed drives) • possibility of operator intervention during an upset. The head h is the most commonly used measurement of the energy at any point of the system, or of the system as a whole. It is deﬁned as: h=...
VPAT™ for Apple MacBook Pro (Late 2013) The following Voluntary Product Accessibility information refers to the Apple MacBook Pro (Late 2013). For more information on the accessibility features of this product and to learn more about this product’s features, visit www.apple.com/macbook-pro and www.apple.com/accessibility VPAT™ Voluntary Product Accessibility Template Summary Table Criteria Supporting Features Section 1194.21 Software Applications and Operating Systems Please refer to the OS X VPAT at www.apple.com/accessibility. Section 1194.22 Web-based Internet Information and Applications Not Applicable Section 1194.23 Telecommunications Products Please refer to the attached VPAT Section 1194.24 Video and Multi-media Products Not Applicable Section 1194.25 Self-Contained, Closed Products Not Applicable Section 1194.26 Desktop and Portable Computers Please refer to the attached VPAT Section 1194.31 Functional Performance Criteria Please refer to the attached VPAT and to the OS X VPAT at www.apple.com/accessibility. Section 1194.41 Information, Documentation and Support Remarks and Explanations Please refer to the attached VPAT MacBook Pro comes with the OS X operating system. Accessibility information for OS X is available at www.apple.com/accessibility/. Section 1194.23(k) and its subparts apply to the MacBook Pro. MacBook Pro is not a self-contained, closed product. ! VPAT™ for Apple MacBook Pro (Late 2013) Page 1 of 6 Section 1194.23 Telecommunications Products – Detail Criteria Supporting Features (a) Telecommunications products or systems which provide a function allowing voice communication and which do not themselves provide a TTY functionality shall provide a standard non- acoustic connection point for TTYs. Microphones shall be capable of being turned on and off to allow the user to intermix speech with TTY use. Not applicable (b) Telecommunications products which include voice communication functionality shall support all commonly used cross-manufacturer nonproprietary standard TTY signal protocols. Not applicable (c) Voice mail, auto-attendant, and interactive voice response telecommunications systems shall be usable by TTY users with their TTYs. Not applicable (d) Voice mail, messaging, auto-attendant, and interactive voice response telecommunications systems that require a response from a user within a time interval, shall give an alert when the time interval is about to run out, and shall provide sufficient time for the user to indicate more time is required. ...
Overview of FDA Perspective on the Ethics of Stem Cell Therapy Robert M. Nelson, M.D., Ph.D. Pediatric Ethicist, Office of Pediatric Therapeutics Office of the Commissioner, Food and Drug Administration Robert.Nelson@fda.hhs.gov Presented on April 4, 2010 Disclosure • The views expressed in this presentation are those of the speaker and do not necessarily represent the policy of either the Food and Drug Administration or the Department of Health and Human Services. • The speaker has no financial interests to disclose with respect to the contents of this presentation. 2 Topics • Origin and Clinical Uses of Stem Cells (SC) • Ethical Issues in SC Research – NIH Criteria for hESC Registration – Evolving Debate over hESC/iPSC • ISSCR Guidelines for SC Clinical Trials • Ethics of FDA-Regulated Clinical Trials 3 Origin of Stem Cells Cells are described as pluripotent if they can form all the cell types of the adult organism. If, in addition, they can form the extraembryonic tissues of the embryo, they are described as totipotent. Watt and Driskell Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 2010;365:155-163. 4 Origin of Stem Cells Multipotent stem cells can form all the differentiated cell types of a given tissue. In some cases, a tissue contains only one differentiated lineage and the stem cells that maintain that lineage are described as unipotent. Watt and Driskell Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 2010;365:155-163.
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RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE ANCHOR NOTES The Official Newsletter of Rhode Island College Intercollegiate Athletics Or visit us at: www.GoAnchormen.com Vol. XII No. 2 Providence, Rhode Island Winter Review/Spring Preview April 2011 Men’s Basketball Reaches Sweet 16 Anchormen Capture Little East Tourney Crown for Fourth Time The Rhode Island College men’s basketball team concluded another outstanding season by reaching the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Div. III Men’s Basketball Tournament for the second consecutive season. Head Coach Bob Walsh’s charges finished the season with a 21-8 overall record, reaching the 20-win milestone for the fifth straight year and sixth time in the last seven campaigns. RIC won the Little East Conference Regular Season Championship, sharing the title with Western Connecticut, for the fifth time in the last seven years, and the right to host the league’s semifinals and finals for the third season in a row. The Anchormen’s quest for their fourth LEC Tournament Championship in five years began with an epic, 102-92, double overtime win against longtime rival Keene State in the semifinals on Feb. 25. In the final seconds of regulation, the hosts were up by two, but an Owl putback after a missed free throw sent the game into overtime. Keene State made the most of its opportunity to try and put the Anchormen away, but after an intentionally missed free throw, junior center Mike Akinrola’s off-balance three-pointer at the buzzer started “The Murray Center Miracle” and sent the game into a second OT. RIC was not to be outdone as it outscored the Owls, 10-0, over the final five minutes to head to the tourney finals for the fifth year in a row. Eastern Connecticut, which had shocked second-seeded Western Connecticut in the other semifinal matchup, proved to be no match for the battle-hardened Anchormen who easily dispatched the Warriors, 62-49, to win the crown once again. It was quite an achievement for RIC as the Anchormen were one of only five schools in the nation to advance to the NCAA Div. III Men’s Basketball Tournament for the fifth year in a row. The Anchormen traveled to Oswego, N.Y. for first and second round action and opened with an 83-54 thrashing of Penn State Behrend on the strength of senior guard Antone Gray’s 19 points. Rhode Island College moved on to face Oswego State in the second round and defeated the Lakers, 71-63, to reach the Sweet 16. Junior forward Mason Choice led four Anchormen in double figures with a 17-point effort. RIC Reaches Sweet 16 continued on page two.... RIC Mourns the Passing of George Tracy ’51 Rhode Island College was saddened to learn that Athletic Hall of Famer George Tracy ’51 passed away on Mar. 2 at the age of 85. Tracy, who was inducted into the college’s Athletic Hall of Fame in 2000, was a foursport student-athlete during his playing days at RIC, participating in basketball, baseball, soccer and track. He was also part of the Student Council, Men’s Athletic Association and the Charles Carroll Club. He was named the College Man of the Year as a senior in 1951. After graduation, Tracy was a teacher and later became the principal at North Providence High School. He also served as the Director of Guidance at Smithfield High School. In North Providence, he coached little league, cross country an basketball. As an official, he was a member and past president of the Rhode Island Basketball Officials Association, the Association of Baseball Umpires of Rhode Island, the Rhode Island Football Officials Association and the Collegiate Baseball Umpires Association. He was inducted into the Providence Gridiron Hall of Fame (1995), the Rhode Island Interscholastic League (RIIL) Hall of Fame (2003), as well as, both the Rhode Island Baseball and Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame (1991). In addition, he was recognized by the National Football Foundation for his years of service as an official. “George was a mentor to me and countless other future coaches and officials in Rhode Island,” RIC Athletic Hall of Famer Charlie Wilkes ’64 said. “He was a man of utmost integrity and was well respected by all who knew him.” The Athletic Department has set up the George Tracy Fund in his memory. Please contact RIC at (401) 456-8007 to find out how to contribute.