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Nano-10 User's Manual - Triangle Research International

Copyright Notice and Disclaimer All rights reserved. With the exception of legitimate TRi PLC users, who may print or make copies of this manual for reference purposes, no parts of this manual may be reproduced in any form without the express written permission of TRi. Triangle Research International, Inc. (TRi) makes no representations or warranties with respect to the contents hereof. In addition, information contained herein is subject to change without notice. Every precaution has been taken in the preparation of this manual. Nevertheless, TRi assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions or any damages resulting from the use of the information contained in this publication. MS-DOS and Windows are trademarks of Microsoft Inc. MODBUS is a trademark of Mobdus.org All other trademarks belong to their respective owners. Revision Description Added description of RC Servo Control in Chapter 11. Corrected wrong or inconsistent numbering of figures. Corrected header error on Chapter 16. Change all tag to . Added Chapter 18 and 19. Reformatted headers and footers. Revised digital output driver specs Revised Chapter 2 layout. Modified Section 1.7 and Chapter 17 Added installation position warning in regards to updated relay specs.

HOW DO I WHITEN MY TEETH? - DentalCare.com

how do i whiten my teeth? There are 2 kinds of tooth stains. One is internal, while the other is external. At-home whitening treatments you can buy at the store External stains are found on the tooth surface. They may be caused by tobacco, tartar, and colored food and drink. Some drinks that cause stains are coffee, tea, red wine, and dark-colored sodas. • Whitening strips get rid of internal stains. These strips stick to teeth, allowing a whitening agent to work its way into the tooth. External staining Internal stains are those found beneath the surface of your tooth. They may be caused by aging, excessive fluoride intake, and certain kinds of medicine. • Place whitening strips on top and bottom teeth • Wear the strips for up to 30 minutes or as instructed by packaging • A whitening toothpaste can take away surface stains if used often. Every time you brush with a whitening paste, you are preventing stains that can be caused by food, drinks, tobacco, or plaque buildup. Internal staining how do i whiten my teeth? Professional whitening At the dentist Your dental professional can offer you helpful inoffice tooth whitening options. These include gels and whitening lights. The gels contain high levels of peroxide that penetrate teeth to reduce staining. Talk to your dental professional to learn more about in-office whitening treatments. • Put the whitening gel inside your custom-made tray • Wear the tray for at least 1 hour • Whitening gel will be put on your front teeth

Informed Consent for Tooth Whitening Treatment - Robin K. Siman ...

This information has been given to me so that I can make an informed decision about having my teeth whitened. I may take as much time as I wish to make my decision about signing this informed consent form. I have the right to ask questions about any procedure before agreeing to undergo the procedure. My dentist has informed me that my teeth are discolored and could be treated by in-office whitening (also known as “bleaching”) of my teeth. In-office tooth whitening is a procedure designed to lighten the color of my teeth using a hydrogen peroxide gel. During the procedure, the whitening gel will be applied to my teeth for three (3), 15minute sessions. During the entire treatment, a plastic retractor will be placed in my mouth to help keep it open and the soft tissues of my mouth (i.e., my lips, gums, cheeks and tongue) will be covered to ensure they are not exposed to the gel. Lip balm may also be applied as needed and I will be provided eye protection. After the treatment is completed, the retractor and all gel and tissue coverings will be removed from my mouth. Before and after the treatment, the shade of my upper-front teeth will be assessed and recorded. I understand I may not decide not to have any treatment at all. However, should I decide to undergo the treatment, I understand there are alternative treatments for whitening my teeth for which my dentist can provide me additional information. These treatments include: Whitening Toothpastes/Gels Take-Home Whitening Kits Other In- office Whitening Treatments.

JEEP WRANGLER, RUBICON, UNLIMITED (TJ & TJL) 1” BODY ...

This body lift kit should only be installed on vehicles in good working condition. Before installation, the vehicle should be thoroughly inspected for evidence of corrosion or deformation of the sheet metal around the factory body mounts. This body lift kit should not be installed on any vehicle that is suspected to have been in a collision or misused. Off road use of your vehicle with this body lift installed may increase the stress applied to the factory body mounts. We do not recommend that any vehicle with a body lift installed be involved in any extreme off road maneuvers such as jumping. Failure to observe this warning may result in serious personal injury and/or severe damage to your vehicle. 3651 N Highway 89 • Chino Valley, AZ 86323 (928) 636-7080 • www.p-a-g.net JEEP WRANGLER, RUBICON, UNLIMITED (TJ & TJL) 1” BODY LIFT KIT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 1997-2006 KIT# 951 WARNING Many states now have laws restricting bumper heights and vehicle lifts. Local laws should be consulted to determine if the changes you intend to make to your vehicle comply with state laws. Before combining a body lift with a suspension lift, consult an installation professional to see how this will affect your specific application. WARNING The installation of larger wheel and tire combinations may reduce the effectiveness of the Anti-lock Braking System. WARNING Installation of a Performance Accessories body lift will change the center of gravity and the handling characteristics of the vehicle. Because of the higher center of gravity and larger tires, the vehicle will handle and react differently both on and off road. You must drive it safely! Extreme care must be taken to prevent vehicle rollover or loss of control, which could result in serious injury or death. Avoid sudden sharp turns or abrupt maneuvers and always make sure all vehicle occupants have their seat belts fastened. WARNING We will not warranty any damage to the a/c system. WARNING Always wear eye protection when operating power tools. WARNING WARNING Ensure that your vehicle tires are properly blocked and secured before you begin installation of this lift kit. Read and understand all instructions, warnings, cautions, and notes in this sheet and in your owners manual before you begin the installation of this body lift kit.

2004 FORD F150 w/ 5.4L 3” BODY LIFT KIT INSTALLATION ...

This body lift kit should only be installed on vehicles in good working condition. Before installation, the vehicle should be thoroughly inspected for evidence of corrosion or deformation of the sheet metal around the factory body mounts. This body lift kit should not be installed on any vehicle that is suspected to have been in a collision or misused. Off road use of your vehicle with this body lift kit installed may increase the stress applied to the factory body mounts. We do not recommend that any vehicle with a body lift installed be involved in any extreme off road maneuvers such as jumping. Failure to observe this warning may result in serious personal injury and/or severe damage to your vehicle. 2004 FORD F150 w/ 5.4L WARNING Many states now have laws restricting bumper heights and vehicle lifts. Local laws should be consulted to determine if the changes you intend to make to your vehicle comply with state laws. Before combining a body lift with a suspension lift, consult an installation professional to see how this will affect your specific application. (Except Heritage) 3” BODY LIFT KIT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS KIT #70063 WARNING WARNING Installation of a Performance Accessories body lift kit will change the center of gravity and the handling characteristics of the vehicle. Because of the higher center of gravity and larger tires, the vehicle will handle and react differently both on and off road. You must drive it safely! Extreme care must be taken to prevent vehicle rollover or loss of control, which could result in serious injury or death. Avoid sudden sharp turns or abrupt maneuvers and always make sure all vehicle occupants have their seat belts fastened. The installation of larger wheel and tire combinations may reduce the effectiveness of the Anti-lock Braking System. WARNING Always wear eye protection when operating power tools. WARNING Ensure that your vehicle tires are properly blocked and secured before you begin installation of this lift kit.

FORD F150 BODY LIFT KIT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 2003 ...

This kit should only be installed on a vehicle that is in good working condition. Before you install the kit, thoroughly inspect the vehicle for corrosion or deformation of the sheet metal around the factory body mounts. If the vehicle is suspected to have been in a collision or misused, do not install this kit. Off-road use of your vehicle with this kit installed may increase the stress applied to the factory body mounts. We do not recommend that any vehicle with a body lift kit installed be involved in any extreme off-road maneuvers such as jumping. Failure to observe this warning may result in serious personal injury and/or severe damage to your vehicle. WARNING Many states and municipalities have laws restricting bumper heights and vehicle lifts. Consult state and local laws to determine if the changes you intend to make to the vehicle comply with the law. WARNING Installation of a Performance Automotive Group body lift kit will change the vehicle’s center of gravity and handling characteristics both on- and off-road. You must drive the vehicle safely! Extreme care must be taken to prevent vehicle rollover or loss of control, which could result in serious injury or death. Avoid sudden sharp turns or abrupt maneuvers and always make sure all vehicle occupants have their seat belts fastened. WARNING The installation of larger tires may reduce the effectiveness of the braking system. WARNING Always wear eye protection when operating power tools. WARNING Before you install this kit, read and understand all instructions, warnings, cautions, and notes in this instruction sheet and in the vehicle owner’s manual. WARNING Before you install this kit, block the vehicle tires to prevent the vehicle from rolling.

Hyperinsulinemic diseases of civilization: more than just Syndrome X

Compensatory hyperinsulinemia stemming from peripheral insulin resistance is a well-recognized metabolic disturbance that is at the root cause of diseases and maladies of Syndrome X (hypertension, type 2 diabetes, dyslipidemia, coronary artery disease, obesity, abnormal glucose tolerance). Abnormalities of fibrinolysis and hyperuricemia also appear to be members of the cluster of illnesses comprising Syndrome X. Insulin is a well-established growth-promoting hormone, and recent evidence indicates that hyperinsulinemia causes a shift in a number of endocrine pathways that may favor unregulated tissue growth leading to additional illnesses. Specifically, hyperinsulinemia elevates serum concentrations of free insulin-like growth factor-1 (IGF-1) and androgens, while simultaneously reducing insulin-like growth factor-binding protein 3 (IGFBP-3) and sex hormone-binding globulin (SHBG). Since IGFBP-3 is a ligand for the nuclear retinoid X receptor a, insulin-mediated reductions in IGFBP-3 may also influence transcription of anti-proliferative genes normally activated by the body’s endogenous retinoids. These endocrine shifts alter cellular proliferation and growth in a variety of tissues, the clinical course of which may promote acne, early menarche, certain epithelial cell carcinomas, increased stature, myopia, cutaneous papillomas (skin tags), acanthosis nigricans, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and male vertex balding. Consequently, these illnesses and conditions may, in part, have hyperinsulinemia at their root cause and therefore should be classified among the diseases of Syndrome X. ᮊ 2003 Elsevier Science Inc. All rights reserved. Keywords: Acne; Early menarche; Epithelial cell carcinomas; Hyperinsulinemia; Increased stature; Myopia; Cutaneous papillomas (skin tags); Acanthosis nigricans; Polycystic ovary syndrome; Male vertex balding.

2010 Stair Design Checklist
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2010 STAIR DESIGN CHECKLIST PROJECT__________________FLOOR ____ OCCUPANCY ______ Fill in the blanks with the calculated results to determine compliance with stair requirements. Use the most populated floor in the building to determine the most restrictive stair geometry. CAUTION: This checklist is NOT intended to be used without the Codes and will NOT guarantee full compliance with your particular building design. This information is based on the 2009 edition of NFPA 101 (LSC) and 2009 edition of IBC Code references noted are from NFPA 101 followed by the IBC reference STAIR WIDTH Calculated occupant load (OL) of floor (see Table 7.3.1.2 / Table 1004.1.1) ______ Number of exits (X) required minimum (7.4.1.1 and 7.4.1.2) / 1021.1 ______ o 2 if OL = 50 to 499 (unless single exit exception is met) o 3 if OL = 500 to 999 o 4 if OL = 1000 or more o More than the minimum may be required if travel distance cannot be met Total minimum exit width (W) = occupant load (OL) x exit capacity factor (F) - (Tables 7.3.3.1 / 1005.1, 1009.1) ______ Handrails shall encroach not more than 4-1/2” into required stair width (7.2.2.2.1 / 1012.8) * new in 2003 LSC & 2006 IBC Minimum stair width = exit width (W) ÷ number of exits (X) ______ = ______” – (NOTE: See 101:7.3.3.2 for stair capacity increase) o But not less than 44" (36” for stairs where occupant load of all floor served less than 50) / 22” @ Equipment access o 57” width if serving area of refuge to accommodate 48" clear between handrails o 50% at main entrance of assembly (12.3.6 / 1028.2) – 50% at main entrance wall of large mercantile (101:36.2.5.7 only) o New in LSC 2006 - 56” width to LED if each is stair serving more than 2000 above that floor (7.2.2.2.1.2(B)) o New in IBC 2009 403.5.1 Minimum 30 feet between stair enclosures or 1/4 of floor diagonal in high rise o New in IBC 2009 403.5.2 Additional stair or occupant self evacuation elevators (IBC 3008) in high rise over 420 feet building height RISER AND TREAD (101:7.2.2.2 / IBC 1009.4) Floor to floor height in inches (H)*1 ______

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

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