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Let’s get started Press the power button to start up your MacBook Pro, and Setup Assistant guides you through a few simple steps to get you up and running quickly. It walks you through connecting to your Wi-Fi network and creating a user account for your Mac. And it can even transfer your documents, email, photos, music, and movies to your new Mac from another Mac or PC. You can sign in with your Apple ID in Setup Assistant. This automatically sets up your account in the Mac App Store and the iTunes Store, and in apps like Messages and FaceTime, so they’re ready the first time you open them. It also sets up iCloud, so apps such as Mail, Contacts, Calendar, and Safari have all your latest information waiting for you. If you don’t have an Apple ID, you can create one in Setup Assistant. To learn more about transferring files to your new Mac, go to support.apple.com/kb/HT4889. ... Quick Start Guide Welcome to your new MacBook Pro. Let us show you around. This guide shows you what’s on your Mac, helps you set it up, and gets you up and running with tips for the apps you’ll use every day. Your battery is charged and ready to go, so you can start using your Mac right out of the box. When you do recharge the battery, you’ll know it’s fully charged when the orange light on your power connector turns green. SDXC Transfer photos from your camera’s memory card HDMI Connect to your HDTV USB 3 Charge devices, connect external storage, and more MagSafe 2 Magnetically attach the power cord Thunderbolt 2 Connect external displays and high-performance devices FaceTime HD camera Make video calls, capture HD video, and take snapshots To learn more about ports and connectors, go to support.apple.com/kb/HT2494. AC plug Power adapter MagSafe 2 power connector Power button Multi-Touch trackpad To learn more about the battery, go to www.apple.com/batteries. AC power cord
Apple believes that improving the environmental performance of our business starts with our products. The careful environmental management of our products throughout their life cycles includes controlling the quantity and types of materials used in their manufacture, improving their energy eﬃciency, and designing them for better recyclability. The information below details the environmental performance of the 11-inch MacBook Air as it relates to climate change, energy eﬃciency, material eﬃciency, and restricted substances.1. Greenhouse gas emissions have an impact on the planet’s balance of land, ocean, and air temperatures. Most of Apple’s corporate greenhouse gas emissions come from the production, transport, use, and recycling of its products. Apple seeks to minimize greenhouse gas emissions by setting stringent design-related goals for material and energy eﬃciency. The chart below provides the estimated greenhouse gas emissions for the 11-inch MacBook Air over its life cycle. Greenhouse Gas Emissions for 11-inch MacBook Air Recycling, 1% Transport, 5% The 11-inch MacBook Air is designed with the following features to reduce environmental impact: Production, 75% Customer use, 19% • Arsenic-free display glass • Mercury-free LED-backlit display • Brominated flame retardant–free Total greenhouse gas emissions: 320 kg CO2e • PVC-free2 • Recyclable aluminum enclosure Meets ENERGY STAR® Version 5.2 requirements Achieves a Gold rating from EPEAT3 Energy Eﬃciency Because one of the largest portions of product-related greenhouse gas emissions results from actual use, energy efficiency is a key part of each product’s design. Apple products use powerefficient components, and software that intelligently powers them down during periods of inactivity. The result is that MacBook Air is energy efficient right out of the box. The 11-inch MacBook Air outperforms the stringent requirements of the ENERGY STAR Program Requirements for Computers Version 5.2. Using only 5.9W in idle with the display on, it consumes less power than any Mac, and consumes 49 percent less energy than the original MacBook Air. The following table details power consumed in diﬀerent use modes. Power Consumption for 11-inch MacBook Air Mode
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.
Smokin’ Hot Steak-umm® Recipes Ignite Your Family’s Appetite! Quick, Easy, Great-Tasting Meals & Snacks Steak-umm® – America’s Hottest Sliced Steak Steak-umm® Sliced Steak is great-tasting 100% beef that’s perfect for any meal or snack. It goes right from freezer to skillet and is ready in just two minutes, so every meal is quick and easy. Steak-umm® steaks make delicious, hearty sliced steak sandwiches, plus an endless variety of other tempting meals. Try Steak-umm® in fajitas, stir fries, salads, breakfast burritos, nachos, oriental wraps, pizza and just about any recipe you can imagine. You can start with the recipes in this e-cookbook. If you have your own favorite, please share it with us. We love new ideas! You’ll love the low cost per serving, and you can feel good about serving your family an all-natural steak with no fillers or artificial anything. That’s why Steak-umm® is America’s favorite sliced steak. Steak-umm® . . . 100% beef, 100% delicious. w w w.s te ak u mm.com Steak-umm® 5-Alarm Tacos 6 Steak-umm® Sliced Steaks 12 taco shells, soft or hard 1 pkg. taco seasoning Diced tomato Shredded lettuce Shredded cheddar cheese Sour cream and taco sauce (optional) Cut frozen steaks into 1-inch strips and cook as directed on package. Sprinkle with taco seasoning during cooking. Warm up taco shells as directed on package. Spoon cooked steak into shells and top with desired toppings. 4 servings Steak-umm® Fajitas 8 Steak-umm® Sliced Steaks 1 tsp. canola oil 1/2 small onion, sliced 1/4 medium red pepper, sliced 1/4 medium green pepper, sliced 2 Tbsp. fajita sauce Flour tortillas Cut frozen steaks into 1-inch strips and cook as directed on package; set aside on plate covered with paper towels. Sauté onion and peppers in oil until slightly tender. Return steaks to pan along with fajita sauce. Stir to mix. Cook just long enough to heat steaks and vegetables thoroughly. Place mixture in warmed tortilla, fold in bottom and sides of tortilla. Serve immediately. Serve with refried beans and Spanish rice. 4 servings w w w.s te ak umm.com ...
Mountain View Drifter Big Bear Cookbook General A few general rules when cooking with bear: When cooking to well-done, a meat thermometer reads l90°F. When well-done meat is pierced with a fork, the juices should run clear, not pink. Generally use dry cooking methods for tender, fat bear and moist cooking methods and/or marinades for older, stringy bears, although marinades may be used for any bear. If you feel the bear is a bit gamy and/or tough, soak for 24 hours in a solution of 1 Tablespoon salt and 1 Tablespoon vinegar to1 quart of water. When roasting you should always cook on rack about 2 inches above bottom of pan as bear is quite greasy. Always place about one inch of water in bottom of pan. A most important feature is the marinade, so here goes. Marinades Black Bear Marinade 1 cup dry red wine (cheapest) 1/2 cup olive oil 1 onion chopped 6 cloves garlic crushed 1 sliced carrot 1 tbsps. Dried tarragon, may want to half this as tarragon is strong salt and pepper adjust to your own taste Place meat in roaster, roast or steaks, in marinade and cover and refrigerate overnight turning often prior bedtime. Remove from marinade approx., 2 hrs. prior cooking to allow meat to come to room temp. Strain marinade and reserve liquid for gravy. Bear Marinade You can marinate one of two ways: (1) Put the meat in a container of milk with lots of garlic and let set overnight in the refrigerator. (2) Put the meat in a container of Italian salad dressing and leave in refrigerator overnight. Make sure the meat is submersed in the milk or dressing and keep covered with Saran wrap. It doesn't hurt to turn every once in a while when you think of it to mix the meat up and get the meat on top to the bottom and vice-versa. Mountain View Drifter P.O. Box 958 • Millinocket, ME 04462 Phone: (207) 723-5535 Guide@MountainViewDrifter.com
Congratulations! You just made a delicious decision and decided to cook and eat grass fed steaks this winter! Not only are you supporting your local farms and economy, but you are supporting your health and the health of our animals as well. There are a lot of differences between conventional beef (AKA Factory Beef) and grass fed, grass finished, beef; Therefore, when cooking your grass fed steaks there are a few basics you should know. First of all, forget just about everything you know about cooking factory beef. Grass fed has a depth of flavor that conventional feedlot beef does not come close to. It browns beautifully on medium heat, does not release excess water in the pan, and cooks much faster because it lacks excess water and has less fat. Grass fed beef has tremendous flavor when properly cooked, therefore, you will want to bring out that flavor rather than mask it with tons of spices and condiments. The best marinade for prime grass-fed beef steaks is a little bit of extra virgin olive oil. Ideally, you will want to use unfiltered olive oil because unfiltered oil contains enzymes and other substances which make the meat more tender and bring out its flavor. If you do not have unfiltered olive oil in your pantry though, don’t fret, good ol’ extra virgin olive oil is just fine. How to sauté Foxhollow Farm’s grass fed, grass finished Steak: Sauté = cooking with some fat in a cast iron (ideal) frying pan over medium heat. 1. The night before (or anywhere from 1 to 18 hours before. I usually do about 1 hr. for prime steaks) you plan to cook the steak coat all sides with olive oil. Depending on the size of the steak, 2-3 tablespoons should be enough. Place steak in glass or ceramic bowl and cover, and refrigerate overnight. 2. Remove steaks from refrigerator so the steak can come to room temperature before cooking. This should take about 30 minutes to 1 hour. 3. Heat 2 tablespoons real butter (pastured butter is best) in your cast iron frying pan over medium heat. The heat never goes over medium when cooking grass fed beef. 4. Let butter get hot, bubbly, and slightly smoking. While this happens, lightly sprinkle a little sea salt over both sides of the steak. Put steaks in pan. 5. Cook for about 5 minutes on each side (adjust the time depending on how rare you want it. 5 minutes will give you around medium rare for 1 ½ inch steak). 6. Place the steak on a plate or cutting board and cover with foil. Let sit for 10 minutes before carving or serving.
The Skytech AF-LMF gas valve kit was developed to provide safe, reliable, user-friendly control for gas heating appliances. This safety pilot kit was designed to be used with 18 to 30-inch gas logs sets. The AF-LMF features manual On/Off gas valve and includes a complete pilot assembly with 30-millivolt thermocouple, damper clamp, and all connectors for the main burner and pilot. The kit is for use with natural gas (NG) vented logs. An optional LP conversion kit is available and sold separately.
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GRINDING MACHINES Grinding is the process of removing metal by the application of abrasives which are bonded to form a rotating wheel. When the moving abrasive particles contact the workpiece, they act as tiny cutting tools, each particle cutting a tiny chip from the workpiece. It is a common error to believe that grinding abrasive wheels remove material by a rubbing action; actually, the process is as much a cutting action as drilling, milling, and lathe turning. The grinding machine is used for roughing and finishing flat, cylindrical, and conical surfaces; finishing internal cylinders or bores; forming and sharpening cutting tools; snagging or removing rough projections from castings and stampings; and cleaning, polishing, and buffing surfaces. Once strictly a finishing machine, modem production grinding machines are used for complete roughing and finishing of certain classes of work. The grinding machine supports and rotates the grinding abrasive wheel and often supports and positions the workpiece in proper relation to the wheel. Grinding machines have some special safety precautions that must be observed. These are in addition to those safety precautions described in Chapter 1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS GRINDING MACHINE SAFETY Grinding machines are used daily in a machine shop. To avoid injuries follow the safety precautions listed below. Wear goggles for all grinding machine operations. Check grinding wheels for cracks (Ring Test Figure 5-11) before mounting. Never operate grinding wheels at speeds in excess of the recommended speed. Never adjust the workpiece or work mounting devices when the machine is operating Do not exceed recommended depth of cut for the grinding wheel or machine. Remove workpiece from grinding wheel before turning machine off. Use proper wheel guards on all grinding machines. On bench grinders, adjust tool rest 1/16 to 1/8 inch from the wheel. 5-1 TC 9-524 TYPES OF GRINDING MACHINES From the simplest grinding machine to the most complex, grinding machines can be classified as utility grinding machines, cylindrical grinding machines. and surface grinding machines. The average machinist will be concerned mostly with floor-mounted and bench-mounted utility grinding machines, bufting machines. and reciprocating surface grinding machines. UTILITY GRINDING MACHINES The utility grinding machine is intended for offhand grinding where the workpiece is supported in the hand and brought to bear against the rotating grinding abrasive wheel. The accuracy of this type of grinding machine depends on the operator’s dexterity. skill, and knowledge of the machine’s capabilities and the nature of the work. The utility grinding machine consists of a horizontally mounted motor with a grinding abrasive wheel attached to each end of the motor shaft. The electric-motor-driven machine is simple and common. It may be bench-mounted or floor-mounted. Generally, the condition and design of the shaft bearings as well as the motor rating determine the wheel size capacity of the machine. Suitable wheel guards and tool rests are provided for safety and ease of operation. Grinding machines come in various sizes and shapes as listed below. Floor Mounted Utility Grinding Machine The typical floor-mounted utility grinding machine stands waist-high and is secured to the floor by bolts. The floormounted utility grinding machine shown in Figure 5-1 mounts two 12-inch-diameter by 2-inch-wide grinding abrasive wheels. The two wheel arrangement permits installing a coarse grain wheel for roughing purposes on one end of the shaft and a fine grain wheel for finishing purposes on the other end this saves the time that would be otherwise consumed in changing wheels. Each grinding abrasive wheel is covered by a wheel guard to increase the safety of the machine. Transparent eyeshields. spark arresters. and adjustable tool rests are provided for each grinding wheel. A tool tray and a water pan are mounted on the side of the base or pedestal. The water pan is used for quenching carbon steel cutting took as they are being ground. Using the 12-inch wheel, the machine provides a maximum cutting speed of approximately 5.500 SFPM. The 2-HP electric motor driving this machine has a maximum speed of 1.750 RPM. 5-2
TSN AGENDA-EXTERNAL-FINAL TSN Plenary Session Agenda The Westin Park Central Hotel Dallas, TX February 5 - 7, 2008 Monday, February 4, 2008 TSN Plenary Session 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Registration & Information Tuesday, February 5, 2008 TSN Plenary Session 7:00 am – 4:00 pm Registration & Information 7:00 am – 8:30 am Continental Breakfast 8:30 am – 9:30 am DISCUSSION OF ADDITIONAL EDI MESSAGE FORMATS (WCO EDIFACT, XML, etc.) IN FUTURE ACE DEVELOPMENT (OPTIONAL) Lou Samenfink, Bill Nolle, Jerry Leuters, Tim Skud, Verna Schultz Salon D & E BREAK 9:30 am – 9:45 am 9:45 am – 11:30 am ACE REPORTS (OPTIONAL) Michael Maricich, Anita Brown, Don Huber, Amy Magnus • On line Demo • Trade Users Perspective • Future Report Enhancements Salon D & E LUNCH 11:30 am – 1:00 pm (On Your Own) 1 TSN AGENDA-EXTERNAL-FINAL Tuesday, February 5, 2008 TSN Plenary Session 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm ENTRY SUMMARY EDITS & ESAR A2 TECHNICAL SESSION (OPTIONAL) Lou Samenfink, Steve Hilsen, Valarie Neuhart Salon D & E BREAK 2:30 pm – 3:00 pm 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm ENTRY SUMMARY EDITS & ESAR A2 TECHNICAL SESSION (OPTIONAL) – continued Lou Samenfink, Steve Hilsen, Valarie Neuhart TRADE LEADERSHIP COUNCIL & TRADE AMBASSADOR MEETING Salon D & E Salon A 2 TSN AGENDA-EXTERNAL-FINAL Wednesday, February 6, 2008 TSN Plenary Session 7:00 am – 4:00 pm Registration and Information 7:00 am – 8:15 am Continental Breakfast 8:15 am – 9:15 am ACE STATUS UPDATE Lou Samenfink, Michael Maricich 9:15 am – 10:00 am ENTRY SUMMARY ACCOUNTS & REVENUE (ESAR) A2 OVERVIEW Valarie Neuhart, Michael Maricich Salon D & E Salon D & E BREAK 10:00 am – 10:15 am 10:15 am – 11:00 am 11:00 am – 12:00 pm ENTRY SUMMARY ACCOUNTS & REVENUE (ESAR) A2 OVERVIEW - continued Valarie Neuhart, Michael Maricich CARGO CONTROL & RELEASE OVERVIEW M1 and M2 Jerry Leuters Salon D & E Salon D & E LUNCH 12:00 pm – 1:45 pm Luncheon Speaker: Daniel Baldwin, Assistant Commissioner, Office of International Trade 3 TSN AGENDA-EXTERNAL-FINAL Wednesday, February 6, 2008 TSN Plenary Session TSN COMMITTEE & SUBCOMMITTEE MEETINGS 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm Salon D Salon E Salon B & C Salon A MMM Committee & Cross Border Harmonization Subcommittee (MMM/ITDS) Drawback Subcommittee Entry Committee DeGolyer Surety Subcommittee 2:00 3:30 BREAK 3:30 pm - 3:45 pm 3:45 Cross Border Harmonization Subcommittee Export Committee e-Bond Subcommittee Release Subcommittee (Anita B) 5:00 5:15 Legal Policy Committee 7:15 4 TSN AGENDA-EXTERNAL-FINAL Thursday, February 7, 2008 7:00 am – 8:00 am Continental Breakfast TSN COMMITTEE & SUBCOMMITTEE MEETINGS 8:00 am – 12:00 pm Salon A Salon B & C Salon D Salon E Revenue Committee DeGolyer Room Entry & Transition Cross Committee Meeting 8:00 9:30 Account Management Committee 10:00 BREAK 10:00 - 10:15 10:15 10:30 11:00 ITDS Committee Transition Committee & Integrated Communications Subcommittee Drawback Subcommittee (2nd Session) 12:00 LUNCH 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm 1:00 pm – 2:15 pm ACE ITDS & PGA UPDATE • Introduction • Participating Government Agency (PGA) Participation in ACE • Safe Port Act of 2006 Update • Import Safety Working Group Status Lou Samenfink, William Inch, Tim Skud, Cathy Sauceda, Jeremy Baskin, Barry O’Brien Salon D & E BREAK 2:15 pm –2:30 pm