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[ "high AOA on that wing might cause the airplane to yaw in ", "angles of attack. During flight, the AOA of a glider wing ", "that direction. This adverse yaw could result in a spin unless ", "is determined by a number of factors, the most important ", "directional control were maintained by rudder and/or aileron ", "of which are airspeed, gross weight of the glider, and load ", "control is sufficiently reduced.", "factors imposed by maneuvering.", "Even", "though", "excessive", "aileron", "pressure", "may", "have", "been ", "At gross weight, the glider consistently stalls at the same ", "applied, a spin does not occur if directional (yaw) control ", "indicated airspeed if no acceleration is involved. However, ", "is maintained by timely application of coordinated rudder ", "the glider stalls at a higher indicated airspeed when excessive ", "pressure. Therefore, it is important that the rudder be used ", "maneuvering loads are imposed by steep turns, pull-ups, or ", "properly during both entry and recovery from a stall. The ", "other", "abrupt", "changes", "in", "its", "flightpath.", "Stalls", "entered", "from ", "primary use of the rudder in stall recovery is to counteract any ", "such flight situations are called “accelerated maneuver stalls, ", "tendency of the glider to yaw. The correct recovery technique ", "a term that has no reference to the airspeeds involved. Stalls ", "would be to decrease the pitch attitude by applying forward ", "that result from abrupt maneuvers tend to be more rapid or ", "elevator pressure to reduce the AOA while simultaneously ", "severe than the unaccelerated or steady state stall. Accelerated ", "maintaining directional control with coordinated use of the ", "stalls", "occur", "at", "higher-than-normal airspeeds", "and", "may", "be ", "aileron and rudder.", "unexpected by pilots. These accelerated stalls result when ", "the", "AOA", "exceeds", "the", "angle", "necessary", "to", "stall", "the", "airflow ", "Due to engineering design variations, the stall characteristics ", "over the wing. The relative wind angle increases as the loads ", "for all gliders cannot be specifically described; however, the ", "on", "the", "wings", "require", "more", "lift", "to", "change", "direction,", "either ", "similarities found in gliders are noteworthy enough to be ", "vertically or horizontally, and inertia pushes the wings into ", "considered. The factors that affect the stalling characteristics ", "the airmass resulting in an increased AOA. Depending on ", "of the glider are weight and balance, bank and pitch attitude, ", "the wing configuration and quality of coordination, one wing ", "coordination,", "and", "drag.", "The", "pilot", "should", "learn", "the", "stall ", "may stall prior to the other wing resulting in a wingover entry ", "characteristics", "of", "the", "glider", "being", "flown", "and", "the", "proper ", "into a spiral or spin. If the wings have a slight or pronounced ", "correction", "procedures.", "It", "should", "be", "reemphasized", "that", "a ", "sweep, one wing can easily develop more lift than the other ", "stall", "can", "occur", "at", "any", "airspeed,", "in", "any", "attitude,", "or", "at", "any ", "wing almost instantaneously resulting in a wingover before ", "power setting in the case of a self-launching or sustaining ", "the pilot can react. This is the common killer scenario of a ", "glider, depending on the total value of factors affecting the ", "pilot turning too tightly in the traffic pattern and crashing ", "particular glider.", "upside down.", "Whenever practicing stalls while turning, a constant bank ", "Accelerated maneuver stalls should not be performed in any ", "angle should be maintained until the stall occurs. After the ", "glider", "in", "which", "this", "maneuver", "is", "prohibited", "by", "the", "GFM/", "stall occurs, coordinated control inputs should be made to ", "POH. If they are permitted, they should be performed with ", "return the glider to wings-level flight.", "a bank of approximately 45° and never at a speed greater ", "than the glider manufacturer’s recommended airspeeds or ", "Advanced stalls include secondary, accelerated, and crossed-", "the design maneuvering speed specified for the glider. The ", "control stalls. These stalls are extremely useful for pilots to ", "design maneuvering speed is the maximum speed at which ", "expand their knowledge of stall/spin awareness.", "the glider can be stalled or the application of full aerodynamic ", "control", "will", "not", "exceed", "the", "glider’s", "limit", "load", "factor.", "At ", "Secondary Stalls", "or below this speed, the glider is designed so that it stalls ", "before the limit load factor can be exceeded. The objective of ", "A secondary stall occurs after a recovery from a preceding ", "demonstrating accelerated stalls is not to develop competency ", "stall. It is caused by attempting to hasten the completion of a ", "in setting up the stall, but rather to learn how they may occur ", "stall recovery with abrupt control input before the glider has ", "and to develop the ability to recognize a prestall situation ", "regained sufficient flying speed and the critical AOA is again ", "immediately and then take the proper recovery action. It is ", "exceeded. When this stall occurs, the back-elevator pressure ", "important that recovery is made at the first indication of a ", "should again be released as in a normal stall recovery. When ", "stall, or immediately after the stall has fully developed; a ", "sufficient airspeed has been regained, the glider can then be ", "prolonged stall condition should never be allowed.", "returned to wings-level, straight flight. ", "A", "glider", "stalls", "during", "a", "coordinated", "turn", "as", "it", "does", "from ", "Accelerated Stalls", "straight flight, except the pitching and rolling actions tend ", "Although the stalls already discussed normally occur at a ", "to be more sudden. If the glider is slipping toward the inside ", "specific airspeed, the pilot must thoroughly understand that ", "of the turn at the time the stall occurs, it tends to roll rapidly ", "all stalls result solely from attempts to fly at excessively high ", "7-34" ]
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[ "Fuel Supply", "The following table shows the owned and leased generation sources by type (including wind purchase agreements), on an", "actual net generation (MWhs) basis, used by the Vertically Integrated Utilities:", "2019", "2018", "2017", "Coal and Lignite", "54%", "58%", "61%", "Nuclear", "19%", "18%", "18%", "Natural Gas", "16%", "14%", "11%", "Renewables", "11%", "10%", "10%", "A price increase/decrease in one or more fuel sources relative to other fuels, as well as the addition of renewable resources,", "may result in the decreased/increased use of other fuels.", "AEP’s overall 2019 fossil fuel costs for the Vertically Integrated", "Utilities increased 2.4% on a dollar per MMBtu basis from 2018.", "Coal and Lignite", "AEP’s Vertically Integrated Utilities procure coal and lignite under a combination of purchasing arrangements including long-", "term contracts, affiliate operations and spot agreements with various producers, marketers and coal trading firms.", "Coal", "consumption in 2019 decreased approximately 18% from 2018 mainly due to lower dispatching of coal generation from weaker", "power market prices.", "Management believes that the Vertically Integrated Utilities will be able to secure and transport coal and lignite of adequate", "quality and in adequate quantities to operate their coal and lignite-fired units.", "Through subsidiaries, AEP owns, leases or", "controls more than 4,004 railcars, 468 barges, 8 towboats and a coal handling terminal with approximately 18 million tons of", "annual capacity to move and store coal for use in AEP generating facilities.", "Spot market prices for coal started to weaken in the second half of 2019. The decreased spot coal prices reflect lower demand", "for domestic and export coal. AEP’s strategy for purchasing coal includes layering in supplies over time. The price impact of", "this process is reflected in subsequent periods and can occasionally cause current spot market prices to be trending opposite to", "the price of coal delivered. The price paid for coal delivered in 2019 increased approximately 6% from 2018.", "The following table shows the amount of coal and lignite delivered to the Vertically Integrated Utilities’ plants during the past", "three years and the average delivered price of coal purchased by the Vertically Integrated Utilities:", "2019", "2018", "2017", "Total coal delivered to the plants (millions of tons)", "30.4", "29.0", "29.3", "Average cost per ton of coal delivered", "$", "45.85", "43.21", "44.24", "$", "$", "The coal supplies at the Vertically Integrated Utilities plants vary from time to time depending on various factors, including, but", "not limited to, demand for electric power, unit outages, transportation infrastructure limitations, space limitations, plant coal", "consumption rates, availability of acceptable coals, labor issues and weather conditions, which may interrupt production or", "deliveries. As of December 31, 2019, the Vertically Integrated Utilities’ coal inventory was approximately 54 days of full load", "burn. While inventory targets vary by plant and are changed as necessary, the current coal inventory target for the Vertically", "Integrated Utilities is approximately 30 days of full load burn.", "Natural Gas", "The Vertically Integrated Utilities consumed approximately 117 billion cubic feet of natural gas during 2019 for generating", "power. This represents an increase of 5% from 2018. Total gas consumption for the Vertically Integrated Utilities was higher", "year over year primarily due to lower natural gas prices. Several of AEP’s natural gas-fired power plants are connected to at", "least two pipelines which allow greater access to competitive supplies and improve delivery reliability. A portfolio of term,", "monthly, seasonal and daily supply and transportation agreements provide natural gas", "16" ]
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[ "more detail on the local field distribution in the simplest “magic shape” that can be cut out", "of a triangular lattice—a six-point star with an atom at the center.", "In the case where the incident field is polarized normally to the lattice, we found that", "locsitons bear more analogy to locsitons in 1D arrays of atoms, compared to the case of an", "in-plane polarization. Finally, we illustrated the role of lattice defects in supporting localized", "locsitons.", "While this paper does not elaborate on nonlinear effects involving 2D locsitons, to be", "addressed in our future publications, we note that, similarly to the 1D case [1, 2], our", "numerical simulations have shown optical bistability and hysteresis, which may be especially", "important for potential applications of 2D locsitons in designing all-dielectric nanoscale logic", "elements, devices for signal processing, etc.", "Acknowledgments", "This work is supported by US AFOSR.", "[1]", "A. E. Kaplan and S. N. Volkov, Phys. Rev. Lett.", ", 133902 (2008).", "101", "[2]", "A. E. Kaplan and S. N. Volkov, Phys. Rev. A", ", 053834 (2009).", "79", "[3]", "M. Born and E. Wolf,", ", (Pergamon, Oxford, 1980), Ch. 2 and references", "Principles of Optics", "therein.", "[4]", "H. A. Lorentz, Ann. Phys. Chem.", ", 641 (1880).", "9", "[5]", "L. Lorenz, Ann. Phys. Chem.", ", 70 (1881).", "11", "[6]", "A. Aharoni,", "(Oxford Univ. Press, Oxford, 2001).", "Introduction to the Theory of Ferromagnetism", "[7]", "C. Kittel,", "(Wiley, New York, 1996).", "Introduction to Solid State Physics", "[8]", "V. M. Shalaev, W. Cai, U. K. Chettiar, H.-K. Yuan, A. K. Sarychev, V. P. Drachev, and A. V.", "Kildishev, Opt. Lett.", ", 3356 (2005).", "30", "[9]", "V. A. Markel and A. K. Sarychev, Phys. Rev. B", ", 085426 (2007).", "75", "[10]", "V. B. Sandomirskii, Sov. Phys. JETP", ", 101 (1967).", "25", "[11]", "V. Chernyak, S. N. Volkov, and S. Mukamel, Phys. Rev. Lett.", ", 995 (2001).", "86", "25" ]
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[ "Performance Audit Report on the Control of F", "MD", "campaign due to severe drought. No explanation of zero submissions for ", "September and November 2013 was provided in the report.", "Another example of the non-compliance to the surveillance plan by the DVS is ", "illustrated in Table 4 below: ", "Table 4", "Samples collected from the FMD intensive surveillance zone ", ": ", "(Protection Zone) in 2013 ", "Month", "Species", "Samples ", "Expected", "Tested", "May", "Cattle", "950 ", "1043 ", "Small stock ", "470 ", "254 ", "August ", "Cattle", "950 ", "127 ", "November", "Cattle", "950 ", "941 ", "Small stock ", "470 ", "677 ", "3790 ", "3042 ", "TOTAL SAMPLES COLLECTED ", "Source: ", "Source: ", "Surveillance Report 2013.", "Table 4 depicts significant inconsistencies in adherence to the prescribed sample ", "sizes of 950 and 470 for cattle and small stock respectively. In August 2013, only ", "127 cattle were sampled for FMD testing, representing 13.4% of the expected ", "number of samples. A similar situation was also reported in May 2013 where ", "254 samples instead of 470 samples were tested for FMD (representing 54% of ", "expected samples).", "The report attributed those gaps in surveillance plan implementation to some ", "districts (Letlhakane, Nata and Palapye District offices) missing sampling in ", "August 2013. No explanation was provided in the report as to why the districts ", "31", "| ", "P a g e" ]
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[ "Sasol’s record of successful ", "innovation will stand the group ", "in good stead as it begins to ", "invest in low-carbon energy ", "technologies.", "Hixonia Nyasulu, chairman", "(R42 billion). These numbers illustrate the ", "was 0,51 in 2010. While this is in line with ", "Delivering solid ", "strong track record of growth and solid ", "global standards, it is disappointing that ", "shareholder returns", "financial platform that Sasol has ", "the positive trend in Sasol’s safety ", "The board and management of Sasol ", "established. ", "performance appears to have levelled out. ", "share an obligation to grow stakeholder ", "Safety remains a top priority and I fully ", "value sustainably for the many people ", "This solid foundation has allowed us to ", "support the actions taken by management ", "around the world who have invested in ", "increase the dividend pay-out this year ", "to address this situation.", "Sasol. Since September 2008, this has ", "while maintaining our aggressive ", "included some 300 000 historically ", "Delivering on the promise ", "investment programme. I believe the ", "disadvantaged South Africans who have ", "of growth", "dividend growth can be seen as a vote ", "invested their savings in Sasol through the ", "of confidence in the exciting growth ", "The economic resilience of the BRIC ", "Sasol Inzalo share scheme. Discharging ", "prospects of the company. ", "countries (Brazil, Russia, India and China), ", "this responsibility has required a ", "has been one of the defining features of ", "In contrast to this encouraging fi nancial ", "careful balance between the prudent ", "the global economy this year. The robust ", "performance, however, was a ", "management of cash and costs, and ", "growth recorded in these countries, which ", "disappointing safety performance. ", "delivering growth.", "are home to more than half the world’s ", "The tragic deaths of eight people working ", "population, continues to support the ", "The results Sasol has achieved in ", "on Sasol’s sites during the year, including ", "demand for the range of commodities ", "the year ended 30 June 2010 refl ect ", "two employees of contractors, are of ", "that Sasol produces. These developments, ", "management’s decisive approach, ", "grave concern to us. In addition, there was ", "alongside changes in world energy ", "particularly during the diffi cult economic ", "one service provider fatality at premises ", "markets, provide a compelling backdrop to ", "circumstances of the past two years. ", "leased from Sasol by the service provider, ", "Sasol’s strategy.", "Despite the economic turbulence, Sasol ", "and not under the control of Sasol. ", "has delivered an average return on equity ", "I", "extend my deepest sympathy to their ", "Greater detail on the progress made in ", "of 24% over the last five years while ", "families, colleagues and friends. The ", "executing our strategy is provided in the ", "chief executive’s report and elsewhere in ", "increasing shareholders’ equity by 80% ", "company’s recordable case rate (RCR)* ", " • ", "business review", " • ", "chairman’s statement", "annual review 2010", "23" ]
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[ "of official telephones by public officers. The outstanding amounts and ", "the extent of non-collection are shown below:- ", "Current", "Revenue", "Balance", "Collections", "Year", "Balance", "Item", "01/04/2017", "2017/18", "Arrears", "31/03/2018", "Telephone (2702) ", "7", "217 ", "2", "398 ", "3", "612 ", "8", "431 ", "Courses & Books Fees ", "2", "321 616 ", "597 629 ", "- ", "1", "723 987 ", "Telephones (2703) ", "8", "610 ", "3", "546 ", "5", "064 ", "School Fees ", "15", "000 ", "- ", "- ", "15", "000 ", "116.", "Audit Inspection – Tonota College of Education, Tonota ", "An audit inspection was carried out at the above College and the ", "observations noted below were addressed to the Accounting Officer in ", "December 2016 for his comments, but, despite the significance of the ", "matters raised, at the time of writing this report I had not received those ", "comments. The more significant of the matters raised were the ", "following: ", "(a)", "As far back as the mid-1990’s a project was undertaken to ", "establish a milking parlour facility, as part of the College farm ", "complex, which was to be used for teaching and training ", "purposes for agriculture teachers. It was intimated that the ", "project was never commissioned for a variety of reasons, the ", "main one of which was lack of resources and expertise to ", "operationalise the facility. The capacity of the parlour required ", "at least 150 milk cows for optimal use which the College could ", "not sustain. While the rest of the farm is operational, the milk ", "parlour has remained dormant with the likelihood that the ", "equipment", "and", "instrumentation", "might", "have", "deteriorated", "through corrosion. It was explained that an earlier suggestion to ", "refurbish", "the", "parlour", "equipment", "could", "not", "be", "followed-up", "because of the prohibitive costs. ", "In my view, the circumstances of this project are unfortunate in ", "that it was conceived and implemented without a clear vision of ", "its use and benefit, hence the failure to put into use despite the ", "considerable expenditures that went into it. ", "(b)", "The", "report", "prepared", "by", "the", "Department", "of", "Building", "and", "Engineering Services in August 2015 on the structural condition of ", "the College library had indicated that the building was in a bad ", "state of disrepair with defects all around it: the flat roof slab with ", "aggregate on top experienced cracks along the barrier walls; ", "the internal walls had cracks which had been filled before ", "90 " ]
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[ "sunny weather. A hill or mountaintop may be warmed by ", "International Cloud Classification", "the sun, which in turn heats the air just above it. As that air ", "Abbreviations and Weather Map Symbols", "rises through convection, it creates a low pressure region, ", "Base Altitude", "Cloud Type", "Abbreviation", "Symbol", "into which the air at the bottom of the slope flows, and ", "causes winds. ", " Cirrus ", "CI", "Bases of high", "clouds usually", " Cirrocumulus ", "CC", "above 18,000", "Katabatic Winds ", "feet", " Cirrostratus ", "CS", "Katabatic winds are the reverse of anabatic winds; that is, ", "18,000 FT", "they flow down slope, and most frequently at night. They are ", "Bases of middle", " Altocumulus ", "AC", "clouds range", "created by the effect of the air near the ground losing heat ", "from 6,500 feet", " Altostratus ", "AS", "thru radiational cooling at a faster rate than air at a similar ", "to 18,000 feet", "6,500 FT", "altitude over the surrounding land mass.", "* Cumulus ", "CU", "* Cumulonimbus ", "Cb", "Clouds", "Bases of low", "clouds range", " Nimbostratus ", "NS", "Clouds are weather signposts in the sky. They provide the ", "from surface", "to 6,500 feet", "balloon pilot with visible evidence of the atmospheric motion, ", " Stratocumulus ", "SC", "water content, and degree of stability. In this sense, clouds ", " Stratus ", "St", "are of significant importance to the aeronaut. However, when ", "Surface", "* Cumulus and cumulonimbus are clouds with vertical ", "they become too numerous or widespread, form at low levels, ", "development. Their bases are usually below 6,500 feet, but ", "or show extensive vertical development, they present weather ", "may be slightly higher. The tops of the cumulonimbus some ", "times exceed 60,000 feet.", "hazards to ballooning.", " Cloud classification per international agreement.", "Figure 4-15.", "Clouds are visible condensed moisture, consisting of droplets ", "of water or crystals of ice. They are supported and transported ", "The four major groups are:", "by air movements as slow as one-tenth of a mile per hour. ", "• ", "Low clouds,", "Cloud formation is the direct result of saturation producing ", "• ", "Middle clouds,", "processes which take place in the atmosphere. A pilot should ", "be able to identify cloud formations that are associated with ", "• ", "High clouds, and", "weather hazards. Knowledge of cloud types will also assist ", "• ", "Clouds with vertical development.", "the pilot in interpreting weather conditions from weather ", "reports and existing weather.", "Cloud classification can be further broken down into specific ", "cloud types according to the outward appearance and cloud ", "Cloud Formation", "Cloud Formation", "composition. Knowing these terms can help identify visible ", "Clouds are often indicative of future weather. For clouds to ", "Clouds are often indicative of future weather. For clouds to ", "clouds. The following is a list of cloud classifications:", "form, there must be adequate water vapor and condensation ", "• ", "Cumulus—heaped or piled clouds", "nuclei (miniscule particles of matter like dust, salt, and ", "smoke), as well as a method by which the air can be cooled. ", "• ", "Stratus—formed in layers", "When the air cools and reaches its saturation point, the ", "• ", "Cirrus—ringlets, fibrous clouds, also high-level clouds ", "invisible water vapor changes into a visible state. Through ", "above 20,000 feet", "the processes of sublimation and condensation, moisture ", "condenses or sublimates onto condensation nuclei. The nuclei ", "• ", "Castellanus—common base with separate vertical ", "are important because they provide a means for the moisture ", "development, castle-like", "to change from one state to another.", "• ", "Lenticularus—lens shaped, formed over mountains in ", "strong winds", "Cloud type is determined by its height, shape, and behavior. ", "• ", "Nimbus—rain-bearing clouds", "They are classified according to the height of their bases as ", "low, middle, or high clouds, as well as clouds with vertical ", "• ", "Fracto—ragged or broken", "development. The International Cloud Classification is ", "• ", "Alto—meaning high, also middle-level clouds existing ", "designed to provide a uniform cloud classification system. ", "at 5,000 to 20,000 feet", " Within this system, cloud types are usually ", "[Figure 4-15]", "divided into four major groups and further classified in terms ", "of their forms and appearance. ", "4-15" ]
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[ "Class B – Series 3 shares are redeemable at our option starting", "During the year ended October 31, 2001, we paid a stock dividend", "August 25, 2004 for $25.00 cash per share, plus a premium if we", "of one common share, with no value, for each outstanding common", "redeem the shares before August 25, 2006, or an equivalent value of", "share. The stock dividend had the same effect as a two-for-one stock", "our common shares, and are convertible at the shareholder’s option", "split. All common share balances have been restated to reflect this", "starting May 25, 2007 into our common shares; however, we have", "stock dividend.", "the right to pay $25.00 cash per share instead. The shares carry a", "Issuances Exchangeable into Common Shares", "non-cumulative quarterly dividend of $0.346875 per share.", "In 1996 we granted options to Grupo Financiero BBVA Bancomer ", "Class B – Series 4 shares are redeemable at our option starting", "to purchase up to 19,914,570 of our common shares as part of the", "August 25, 2005 for $25.00 cash per share, plus a premium if we", "consideration paid for our investment in Grupo Financiero BBVA", "redeem the shares before August 25, 2007, or an equivalent value of", "Bancomer. These options were cancelled on December 18, 2000. ", "our common shares, and are convertible at the shareholder’s option", "As a result, the $22 option value that was included in share capital", "starting May 25, 2008 into our common shares; however, we have", "in 1996 was reversed and an after-tax gain of $18 was recorded", "the right to pay $25.00 cash per share instead. The shares carry a", "directly in retained earnings when the options were cancelled.", "non-cumulative quarterly dividend of $0.30 per share.", "One of our subsidiaries, Bank of Montreal Securities Canada", "Limited, has issued various classes of non-voting shares which can be", "Class B – Series 5 shares are redeemable at our option starting ", "exchanged at the option of the holder for our common shares, based", "February 25, 2013 for $25.00 cash per share, and are not convertible. ", "on a formula. There were 1,133,722 and 1,379,960 of these shares ", "The shares carry a non-cumulative quarterly dividend of $0.33125", "outstanding with a weighted average conversion price per share ", "per share.", "of $8.50 and $8.95 as at October 31, 2002 and 2001, respectively.", "Class B – Series 6 shares are redeemable at our option starting", "Share Redemption and Dividend Restrictions", "November 25, 2005 for $25.00 cash per share, plus a premium if we", "The Superintendent of Financial Institutions Canada must approve", "redeem the shares before November 25, 2007, or an equivalent value", "any plan to redeem any of our preferred share issues for cash.", "of our common shares, and are convertible at the shareholder’s", "We are prohibited from declaring dividends on our preferred or", "option starting November 25, 2008 into our common shares; however,", "common shares when we are, or would be as a result of paying such", "we have the right to pay $25.00 cash per share instead. The shares", "a dividend, in contravention of the capital adequacy, liquidity or any", "carry a non-cumulative quarterly dividend of $0.296875 per share.", "other regulatory directives issued under the Bank Act. In addition,", "Class B – Series 10 shares are redeemable at our option starting", "common share dividendscannot be paid unless all dividends declared", "February 25, 2012 for US$25.00 cash per share, and are convertible at", "and payable on our preferred shares have been paid or sufficient", "our option starting February 25, 2012 into our common shares. The", "funds have been set aside to do so.", "shares carry a non-cumulative quarterly dividend of US$0.371875", "In addition, we have agreed that if BMO Capital Trust, one of our", "per share.", "subsidiaries, fails to pay any required distribution on its capital", "Common Shares", "trust securities, we will not declare dividends of any kind on any ", "We are authorized by our shareholders to issue an unlimited number", "of our preferred or common shares.", "of our common shares, without par value, for unlimited consid-", "Potential Share Issuances ", "eration. Our common shares are not redeemable or convertible.", "AsatOctober31,2002,wehadreserved8,127,324commonsharesfor", "Dividends are declared by us on a quarterly basis and the amount", "potential issue in respect of our Shareholder Dividend Reinvestment", "can vary from quarter to quarter.", "and Share Purchase Plans, 5,839,505 common shares in respect of", "During the year ended October 31, 2001, we repurchased 52,000,000", "the exchange of certain shares of Bankof Montreal Securities Canada", "sharesatanaveragecostof$39.06pershare,totalling$2,031.During", "Limited. We also have 41,471,968 common shares for the potential", "the year ended October 31, 2000, 15,728,000 shares were repurchased", "exercise of stock options, as further described in Note 16.", "at an average cost of $31.80 per share, totalling $500.", "NOTE 16", "Employee Compensation", "We provide a range of benefits to our employees, the costs of which", "Pension and other future employee benefits expenses are determined as the cost", "are recorded in the year services are provided as employee compen-", "of employee benefits earned in the current year, interest expense on the accrued", "sation expense in our Consolidated Statement of Income. Information", "benefit obligation, expected investment return on the market value of plan", "on pension benefits, certain other future employee benefits and", "assets, the amortization of deferred past service costs and the amortization of", "stock-based compensation plans is provided below.", "deferred actuarial gains and losses in excess of a predetermined range.", "Past service costs arise when we make plan amendments that result in the", "Pension and Other Future Employee Benefits Plans", "granting of benefits that are calculated by reference to service already provided by", "We have a number of arrangements in Canada, the United States and", "employees. We defer and amortize past service costs to expense over the average", "the United Kingdom which provide pension and future employee", "remaining service period of active employees.", "benefits to our retired and current employees. Pension arrangements", "Actuarial gains and losses can arise in one of two ways: first, when the actual", "include statutory pension plans as well as supplemental arrange-", "return on plan assets for a period differs from the expected return on plan assets", "ments which provide pension benefits in excess of statutory limits.", "for that period, and second, when the expected accrued benefit obligation differs", "Generally, we provide retirement benefits based on employees’ years", "from the actual accrued benefit obligation at the end of the year. We defer and", "of service and average earnings at the time of retirement and do not", "amortize all experience gains and losses in excess of a predetermined range to", "require employees to make contributions. Voluntary contributions", "pension and other future employee benefits expense over the average remaining", "can be made by employees. Other future employee benefits, includ-", "service period of active employees.", "ing health and dental care benefits and life insurance, are provided", "Our accrued benefit asset related to pension benefits is included in other", "for current and retired employees.", "assets in our Consolidated Balance Sheet. The accrued benefit liability relating ", "Our actuaries perform regular valuations of our accrued benefit", "to our supplemental pension arrangements and other future employee benefits", "obligation for pension and other future employee benefits based ", "is included in other liabilities.", "on assumptions about salary growth, retirement age, mortality, and", "Change in Accounting Policy ", "health care cost trend rates. Assets are set aside to satisfy our pen-", "sion obligation related to statutory pension plans, and a retirement", "On November 1, 2000 we adopted a new accounting policy for pension and other", "compensation arrangement was set up in 2001 to fund supplemental", "future employee benefits plans. The impact of adopting the new standard was", "pension arrangements in Canada. Our other future employee bene-", "recorded as a decrease of $250 (net of tax of $171) in opening retained earnings.", "fits obligation in the United States is partially funded; and our other", "future employee benefits obligation in Canada is unfunded.", "81", "BMO FINANCIAL GROUP ANNUAL REPORT 2002" ]
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[ "8/15/19 ", "AIM", "If unable to provide this information,", "Maintain a true airspeed of no more than", "(4)", "1.", "use code words and/or transponder as follows:", "400 knots, and preferably an altitude of between", "10,000 and 25,000 feet.", "Spoken Words", "Spoken Words", "Fly a course toward the destination which the", "2.", "TRANSPONDER SEVEN FIVE ZERO ZERO", "TRANSPONDER SEVEN FIVE ZERO ZERO", "hijacker has announced.", "Meaning", "Meaning", "I", "I", "am being hijacked/forced to a new destination", "am being hijacked/forced to a new destination", "If these procedures result in either radio contact", "e.", "or air intercept, the pilot will attempt to comply with", "Transponder Setting", "Transponder Setting", "any instructions received which may direct the", "Mode 3/A, Code 7500", "Mode 3/A, Code 7500", "aircraft to an appropriate landing field or alter the", "NOTE", "−", "aircraft’s flight path off its current course, away from", "Code 7500 will never be assigned by ATC without prior", "protected airspace.", "notification from the pilot that the aircraft is being", "subjected to unlawful interference. The pilot should refuse", "−", "−", "the assignment of Code 7500 in any other situation and", "6", "3", "5.", "Fuel Dumping", "inform the controller accordingly. Code 7500 will trigger", "Should it become necessary to dump fuel, the", "a.", "the special emergency indicator in all radar ATC facilities.", "pilot should immediately advise ATC. Upon receipt", "Air traffic controllers will acknowledge and", "c.", "of information that an aircraft will dump fuel, ATC", "confirm receipt of transponder Code 7500 by asking", "will broadcast or cause to be broadcast immediately", "the pilot to verify it. If the aircraft is not being", "and every 3 minutes thereafter the following on", "subjected to unlawful interference, the pilot should", "appropriate ATC and FSS radio frequencies:", "respond to the query by broadcasting in the clear that", "the aircraft is not being subjected to unlawful", "EXAMPLE", "EXAMPLE", "−", "−", "−", "−", "interference. Upon receipt of this information, the", "Attention all aircraft ", " fuel dumping in progress over ", "controller will request the pilot to verify the code", "(location) at (altitude) by (type aircraft) (flight direction).", "selection depicted in the code selector windows in the", "Upon receipt of such a broadcast, pilots of", "b.", "transponder control panel and change the code to the", "aircraft affected, which are not on IFR flight plans or", "appropriate setting. If the pilot replies in the", "special VFR clearances, should clear the area", "affirmative or does not reply, the controller will not", "specified in the advisory. Aircraft on IFR flight plans", "ask further questions but will flight follow, respond to", "or special VFR clearances will be provided specific", "pilot requests and notify appropriate authorities.", "separation by ATC. At the termination of the fuel", "dumping operation, pilots should advise ATC. Upon", "If it is possible to do so without jeopardizing the", "d.", "receipt of such information, ATC will issue, on the", "safety of the flight, the pilot of a hijacked passenger", "appropriate frequencies, the following:", "aircraft, after departing from the cleared routing over", "which the aircraft was operating, will attempt to do", "EXAMPLE", "EXAMPLE", "−", "−", "one or more of the following things, insofar as", "−", "−", "ATTENTION ALL AIRCRAFT ", " FUEL DUMPING BY ", "circumstances may permit:", "−", "(type aircraft) ", " TERMINATED.", "Distress and Urgency Procedures", "6", "−", "3", "−", "7" ]
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[ "Part 2. Overlay Utility", "Chapter 2. Introduction to the Overlay Utility", ".......................23", "Print Form and Overlay ...............................2", "3", "Source Overlay ..................................2", "4", "Overlay Specifications...............................2", "4", "Overlay Fonts .................................2", "4", "Design Overlay .................................2", "5", "Operation Flow ..................................2", "6", "Chapter 3. Getting Started with the Overlay Utility", ".....................29", "Step 1 - Starting the Overlay Utility ...........................3", "0", "Step2-Creating a Source Overlay File ..........................3", "1", "Step3-Creating a Source Overlay ...........................3", "3", "Defining a Text Element ..............................3", "5", "Defining a Line Element ..............................3", "8", "Defining a Box Element ..............................3", "9", "Defining a Bar Code Element ............................4", "2", "Placing a Graphics Element .............................4", "3", "Viewing the Overlay with theAFP Workbench Viewer ....................4", "5", "Saving the Source Overlay .............................4", "6", "Step4-Changing a Source Overlay ...........................4", "9", "Placing a Page Segment ..............................4", "9", "Creating an Overlay from a Source Overlay .......................5", "4", "Step5-Using an Overlay ..............................5", "6", "Overriding a Printer File ..............................5", "6", "Using the Printer File ...............................5", "6", "Printing Overlays withAFP Utilities for iSeries ......................5", "7", "Chapter 4. Starting and Ending the Overlay Utility", ".....................59", "Starting the Overlay Utility ..............................5", "9", "Option 1 (Work with source overlays) .........................6", "0", "Option 2 (Work with source overlay files) ........................6", "0", "Ending the Overlay Utility ..............................6", "0", "Chapter 5. Work with Source Overlays", ".........................61", "P", "r", "o", "m", "p", "t", "s....................................6", "2", "Options.....................................6", "3", "Columns ....................................6", "4", "Showing a Source Overlay List .............................6", "4", "Selecting a Source Overlay from a List ..........................6", "4", "1=Create a Source Overlay ..............................6", "5", "Define Overlay Specifications ............................6", "6", "Change Overlay Specifications ...........................7", "0", "Confirm Delete of Elements ............................7", "2", "Work with Source Overlay Fonts ...........................7", "3", "Design Overlay .................................7", "3", "Saving a Source Overlay .............................7", "3", "2=Change a Source Overlay ..............................7", "6", "3=Copy a Source Overlay...............................7", "7", "4=Delete a Source Overlay ..............................7", "9", "6=Print a Source Overlay...............................8", "0", "7=Rename a Source Overlay..............................8", "0", "9=Create Overlay .................................8", "0", "Chapter 6. Work with Source Overlay Files", "........................83", "P", "r", "o", "m", "p", "t", "s....................................8", "5", "21" ]
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[ "For this example we will organize the table with green at the top, yellow in the middle, and red on the ", "bottom.", "1.", "1.", "Highlight the column of cells to sort.", "Highlight the column of cells to sort.", "2.", "2.", "Select ", "Select ", "Select ", "Sort", "Sort", "Sort", ".", ".", ".", "The Sort dialogue box will appear.", "1.", "1.", "Open the ", "Open the ", "Sort By", "Sort By", " dropdown. ", " dropdown. ", "2.", "2.", "2.", "Select the name of the column to sort.", "Select the name of the column to sort.", "Select the name of the column to sort.", "3.", "3.", "3.", "Select ", "Select ", "Select ", "Cell Color", "Cell Color", "Cell Color", " from the ", " from the ", " from the ", "Sort On", "Sort On", "Sort On", " dropdown.", " dropdown.", " dropdown.", "4.", "4.", "4.", "Select the color to be displayed at the top of the data sheet from the ", "Select the color to be displayed at the top of the data sheet from the ", "Select the color to be displayed at the top of the data sheet from the ", "Order", " dropdown.", "5.", "5.", "5.", "Ensure ", "Ensure ", "Ensure ", "On Top", "On Top", "On Top", " is selected.", " is selected.", " is selected.", "6.", "6.", "6.", "Select ", "Select ", "Select ", "Add Level ", "Add Level ", "Add Level ", "to add another sort criteria.", "to add another sort criteria.", "to add another sort criteria.", "7.", "7.", "7.", "Select the same column from the", "Select the same column from the", "Select the same column from the", " Then By", " Then By", " Then By", " dropdown.", " dropdown.", " dropdown.", "8.", "8.", "8.", "Select ", "Select ", "Select ", "Cell Color", "Cell Color", "Cell Color", " from the ", " from the ", " from the ", "Sort On", "Sort On", "Sort On", " dropdown ", " dropdown ", " dropdown ", "9.", "9.", "Select the color to be displayed at the bottom of the data sheet. ", "Select the color to be displayed at the bottom of the data sheet. ", "Select the color to be displayed at the bottom of the data sheet. ", "For this example we will use the color red.", "For this example we will use the color red.", "32 " ]
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[ "NOTES TO CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS (Continued)", "Stock-Based Compensation", "The Company applies the intrinsic value-based method of accounting prescribed by Accounting Principles Board", "Opinion No. 25,", "Accounting for Stock Issued to Employees", ", and related Interpretations in accounting for its fixed stock", "option plans. As such, compensation expense would be recorded on the date of grant only if the current market price ", "of the underlying stock exceeded the exercise price. SFAS No. 123,", "Accounting for Stock-Based Compensation", ", established", "accounting and disclosure requirements using a fair value-based method of accounting for stock-based employee", "compensation plans. As allowed by SFAS No. 123, the Company has elected to continue to apply the intrinsic value-", "based method of accounting described above, and has adopted the disclosure only requirements of SFAS No. 123.", "If the accounting provisions of SFAS No. 123 had been adopted, the Company’s net income (loss) and net income", "(loss) per share would have been as indicated in the following table:", "Year Ended", "Month Ended", "Year Ended", "Year Ended", "January 31,", "February 1,", "December 31,", "January 29,", "2004", "2003", "2002", "2005", "Net income (loss) as reported", "$177,583", "$(10,525)", "$154,647", "$ 180,250", "Deduct: Total stock-based employee compensation ", "expense determined under fair value based method,", "net of related tax effects", "13,181", "1,108", "12,625", "13,007", "Net income (loss) under SFAS No. 123", "$164,402", "$(11,633)", "$142,022", "$ 167,243", "Net income (loss) per share:", "Basic, as reported", "$", "1.55", "$", "(0.09)", "$", "1.36", "$", "1.59 ", "Basic, pro forma under SFAS No. 123", "$", "1.43", "$", "(0.10)", "$", "1.25", "$", "1.48", "Diluted, as reported", "$", "1.54", "$", "(0.09)", "$", "1.35", "$", "1.58", "Diluted, pro forma under SFAS No. 123", "$", "1.43", "$", "(0.10)", "$", "1.24", "$", "1.47", "the amounts previously recognized under SFAS No. 123", "These pro forma amounts for SFAS No. 123 may", "for purposes of pro forma disclosures either for all periods", "not be representative of future disclosures because", "presented or as of the beginning of the year of adoption.", "compensation cost is reflected over the options’ vesting", "The prospective method requires that compensation", "periods and because additional options may be granted ", "expense be recognized beginning with the effective date,", "in future years.", "based on the requirements of this statement, for all share-", "In December 2004, the Financial Accounting", "based payments granted after the effective date, and", "Standards Board issued SFAS No. 123 (revised 2004),", "based on the requirements of SFAS No. 123, for all", "Share-Based Payment", "(SFAS 123R). This statement is ", "awards granted to employees prior to the effective date of", "a revision of SFAS No. 123,", "Accounting for Stock-Based", "this statement that remain unvested on the effective date.", "Compensation", ", and supersedes Accounting Principles", "The provisions of this statement are effective for", "Board Opinion No. 25. SFAS 123R requires all share-", "fiscal 2006 and the Company is currently evaluating the", "based payments to employees, including grants of", "requirements of this revision and has not determined the", "employee stock options, to be recognized in the financial", "method of adoption.", "statements based on their fair values. Under the provisions", "of this statement, the Company must determine the", "Net Income Per Share", "appropriate fair value model to be used for valuing share-", "Basic net income per share has been computed by", "based payments, the amortization method for compensation", "dividing net income by the weighted average number of", "cost and the transition method to be used at the date of", "shares outstanding. Diluted net income per share reflects", "adoption. The transition alternatives include retrospective", "the potential dilution that could occur assuming the", "and prospective adoption methods. Under the retro-", "inclusion of dilutive potential shares and has been", "spective method, prior periods may be restated based on", "34", "DOLLAR TREE STORES, INC. • 2004 ANNUAL REPORT" ]
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[ "Tenderers’ attention is drawn to the fact that ECDC will be in a position to make a proper assessment of ", "the tenders on the basis of the above qualitative criteria only if they contain full particulars relating to all ", "aspects of this specification. Lack of detail and vague and perfunctory information will be penalised. ", "As the tenders will be evaluated on the basis of the quality of the services proposed, they should fully ", "explore all the points included in this specification so as to obtain the best possible mark. ", "Simply repeating the guidelines given in the specification of this invitation to tender without going into ", "detail or expanding on them will result in a very poor mark. ", "Furthermore, if any essential points of this specification are not expressly covered by the tender, ECDC ", "may decide to give a zero mark for the relevant quality award criteria. ", "4.", "ANNEXES", "Annex I — Draft contract ", "Annex II — Financial tender form ", "Annex III — Declaration on honour ", "Annex IV — Authorised signatory form", "Annex V — Tender submission checklist ", "Annex VI — Simplified Financial Statements", "Annex VII — Legal entity form ", "Financial identification form ", "Curriculum vitae template ", "Annex VIII – Annual declaration of interest ", "NB: Please click on the links above to access Annexes III to VIII ", "20 " ]
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[ "Corporate Governance Statement", "Board Objectives", "Directors have access to the Company’s solicitors and", "auditors at the Company’s expense should they wish to", "The GrainCorp Board is accountable to shareholders ", "seek advice on matters relating to their duties as Directors", "for the business and affairs of the group and it sets ", "of the Company, after first notifying the Board or", "the framework for the Company’s long term success. ", "Chairman of the Board.", "It approves the Company’s goals, direction, long term", "strategic plans and provides overall policy guidance. ", "Board and Committee Agendas", "The Board ensures that appropriate policies and", "The Chairman and Managing Director establish the", "procedures for the management of business and financial", "agendas for Board meetings, although Directors have ", "risks and associated internal controls are in place and", "the right to add items for Directors’ consideration. Each", "monitors environmental and safety performance. It also", "committee chairman decides the length and frequency ", "monitors compliance with ASX Listing Rules, laws and", "of committee meetings in consultation with committee", "ethical behaviour. ", "members and consults with management on preparation", "of agendas. Senior executives attend Board and", "Board of Directors", "committee meetings when relevant matters are under", "consideration. Committee chairmen report the work ", "Size and Composition of the Board", "of their committee to the Board on a regular basis.", "There are currently 11 Directors on the Board; 10 non-", "executive Directors, including the Chairman, and one", "executive Director, being the Managing Director.", "Board Committees", "The Board has established 6 committees to increase its", "Non-executive Directors comprise up to six “group”", "efficiency and effectiveness. Each committee has a formal", "Directors, whom are all the Directors of Grain Growers", "charter approved by the Board. Board and committee", "Association Limited (“GGA”) and up to four “elected”", "meetings held by GrainCorp during the year are included", "Directors whom are subject to re-election by rotation at", "in the Directors’ Report. Details given for each Director", "the Company’s annual general meeting. Group Directors", "includes their committee memberships.", "must be members of GGA and there must be two", "Directors appointed from each of three geographical ", "Audit Committee", "zones across New South Wales and Victoria. In", "The Audit Committee comprises three non-executive", "subsequent years, Group Directors are subject to ", "Directors. Meetings are held at least four times a year. ", "re-election by rotation at GGA’s annual general meetings.", "The committee ensures that the financial statements are", "The Chairman is elected by the group Directors.", "prepared in accordance with appropriate standards and", "statutory requirements and reviews all matters raised by", "The Managing Director automatically relinquishes his", "the internal and external auditors, risks associated with", "position on the Board in the event that his executive", "the business and reports to the Board on any material", "position with the Company ceases.", "item. It develops audit policy and monitors audit functions", "within the companies. The committee will also review any", "The Work of Directors", "material changes in accounting policy.", "In addition to the preparation for and attendance at Board", "and committee meetings, non-executive Directors visit", "Management, internal and external auditors are invited ", "operational sites and are involved in local and national", "to attend Audit Committee meetings to ensure that", "industry matters. Business planning meetings, attendance", "adequate controls and practices are maintained", "at conferences and other industry occasions also require", "throughout the Group.", "involvement of Directors.", "32", "GrainCorp", "2001 Annual Report" ]
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[ "1.4", "Composability", "As you work on a functional-style program, you’ll write a number of functions with varying inputs and outputs. Some", "of these functions will be unavoidably specialized to a particular application, but others will be useful in a wide variety", "of programs. For example, a function that takes a directory path and returns all the XML files in the directory, or a", "function that takes a filename and returns its contents, can be applied to many different situations.", "Over time you’ll form a personal library of utilities.", "Often you’ll assemble new programs by arranging existing", "functions in a new configuration and writing a few functions specialized for the current task.", "2", "Iterators", "I’ll start by looking at a Python language feature that’s an important foundation for writing functional-style programs:", "iterators.", "An iterator is an object representing a stream of data; this object returns the data one element at a time. A Python", "iterator must support a method called$_{__next__()}$", "that takes no arguments and always returns the next element of", "the stream. If there are no more elements in the stream,$_{__next__()}$", "must raise the$_{StopIteration}$exception.", "Iterators don’t have to be finite, though; it’s perfectly reasonable to write an iterator that produces an infinite stream", "of data.", "The built-in$_{iter()}$", "function takes an arbitrary object and tries to return an iterator that will return the object’s", "contents or elements, raising$_{TypeError}$ if the object doesn’t support iteration. Several of Python’s built-in data", "types support iteration, the most common being lists and dictionaries. An object is called iterable if you can get an", "iterator for it.", "You can experiment with the iteration interface manually:", ">>>", "L =[1,2,3]", ">>>", "it =iter(L)", ">>>", "it", "<...iterator object at ...>", ">>>", "it.__next__", "()", "#", "same as next(it)", "1", ">>>", "next(it)", "2", ">>>", "next(it)", "3", ">>>", "next(it)", "Traceback (most recent call last):", "File \"<stdin>\"", ", line1, in <module>", "StopIteration", ">>>", "Python expects iterable objects in several different contexts, the most important being the$_{for}$ statement. In the", "statement$_{for X in Y}$ , Y must be an iterator or some object for which$_{iter()}$", "can create an iterator. These two", "statements are equivalent:", "for", "i", "in", "iter(obj):", "print(i)", "for", "i", "in", "obj:", "print(i)", "Iterators can be materialized as lists or tuples by using the$_{list()}$", "or$_{tuple()}$", "constructor functions:", ">>>", "L =[1,2,3]", ">>>", "iterator =iter(L)", ">>>", "t =tuple(iterator)", ">>>", "t", "(1, 2, 3)", "4" ]
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[ "Pacific standard time ", "Mountain standard time ", "Central standard time ", "Eastern standard time", "75° ", "120° ", "105° ", "90° ", "Time zones in the conterminous United States. ", "Figure 16-5. ", "flying eastward from one time zone to another, or perhaps ", "For Daylight Saving Time, 1 hour should be subtracted from ", "even when flying from the western edge to the eastern edge ", "the calculated times. ", "of the same time zone. Determine the time of sunset at the ", "Measurement of Direction ", "destination by consulting the flight service station (FSS) and ", "take this into account when planning an eastbound flight. ", "By using the meridians, direction from one point to another ", "can be measured in degrees, in a clockwise direction from ", "In most aviation operations, time is expressed in terms of ", "true north. To indicate a course to be followed in flight, ", "the 24-hour clock. ATC instructions, weather reports and ", "draw a line on the chart from the point of departure to the ", "broadcasts, and estimated times of arrival are all based on ", "destination and measure the angle that this line forms with ", "this system. For example: 9 a.m. is expressed as 0900, 1 p.m. ", "a meridian. Direction is expressed in degrees, as shown by ", "is 1300, and 10 p.m. is 2200. ", "the compass rose in ", "Figure 16-6. ", "Because a pilot may cross several time zones during a flight, a ", "Because meridians converge toward the poles, course ", "standard time system has been adopted. It is called Universal ", "measurement should be taken at a meridian near the midpoint ", "Coordinated Time (UTC) and is often referred to as Zulu ", "of the course rather than at the point of departure. The course ", "time. UTC is the time at the 0° line of longitude which passes ", "measured on the chart is known as the true course (TC). This ", "through Greenwich, England. All of the time zones around ", "is the direction measured by reference to a meridian or true ", "the world are based on this reference. To convert to this time, ", "north (TN). It is the direction of intended flight as measured ", "a pilot should do the following: ", "in degrees clockwise from TN. ", "Eastern Standard Time ..........Add 5 hours", "As shown in ", " the direction from A to B would be ", "Figure 16-7,", "Central Standard Time ..........Add 6 hours", "a TC of 065°, whereas the return trip (called the reciprocal) ", "would be a TC of 245°. ", "Mountain Standard Time.......Add 7 hours", "Pacific Standard Time...........Add 8 hours", "16-5 " ]
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[ "values. In particular for", "$^{16}$O and $^{40}$Ca, both the experimental proton and neutron single-", "particle spectra are well reproduced by PC-PK1. For", "$^{132}$Sn and $^{208}$Pb, the empirical levels", "close to the Fermi surface are also reproduced well. Moreover, the spurious shells at", "Z", "= 58", "(", "$^{132}$Sn) and", "Z", "= 92 (", "$^{208}$Pb) are found for all the effective interactions, which may be improved", "by the inclusion of", "ρ", "-tensor couplings [45].", "D.", "Charge radii and neutron skin thicknesses", "In Fig. 7, the charge radii for Sn and Pb isotopes predicted by PC-PK1 are shown in", "comparison with data [24, 25] and those by DD-PC1, PC-F1, PC-LA, and NL3*. It is seen", "that all the effective interactions reproduce the observed charge radii of Sn isotopes quite", "well (within 0.3%). For the Pb isotopes, the kink in the charge radii has been excellently", "reproduced by all the effective interactions. Quantitatively, the observed charge radii of Pb", "isotopes are reproduced by the calculations with DD-PC1, PC-F1, and NL3* within", "∼", "0", ".", "3%,", "while the calculations with PC-LA within", "∼", "0", ".", "5%.", "In Fig. 8, the neutron skin thicknesses for Sn isotopes and", "$^{208}$Pb predicted by PC-PK1", "are shown in comparison with data [46, 47] and those by DD-PC1, PC-F1, PC-LA, and", "NL3*. For Sn isotopes, although PC-PK1 slightly overestimates the neutron skin thickness", "in comparison with DD-PC1, it nicely reproduces the isotopic trend.", "For", "$^{208}$Pb, all the", "interactions except DD-PC1 give similar neutron skin thicknesses which are larger than the", "data deduced from antiprotonic atoms [48], polarized proton scattering [49, 50], elastic pro-", "ton scattering [51], proton-nucleus elastic scattering [47], and agree within the experimental", "error bar with that from inelastic", "α", "scattering [52]. The slightly overestimated neutron skin", "thicknesses are due to the enhanced symmetry energies for nuclear matter shown in Table IV.", "In overall, the DD-PC1 parametrization provides better description of experimental charge", "radii and neutron skin thickness due to its smaller symmetry energy at saturation density.", "VI.", "DEFORMED NUCLEI", "In this section, we will focus on the description of the binding energies and deformations", "for selected well-deformed even-even nuclei.", "In order to investigate the fission barrier, a", "constrained calculation is also carried out by taking", "$^{240}$Pu as an example.", "14" ]
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[ "Terms of Reference", "with end dates outside of this period will be ", "rejected. The date (start and end date of the ", "learning project) must be of a minimum duration ", "of one day (8 hours) or equivalent.", "Professional training delivered physically or ", "4 ", "Number of trainees ", "remotely to a group of minimum 8 adult ", "participants.", "The total value for all 5 projects references ", "5 ", "Value of projects ", "altogether must amount to a minimum of ", "EUR 80,000. ", "The EIB reserves the right to verify the authenticity of the project references. Each ", "reference shall be numbered up to a maximum of 5 (five). If a Tenderer submits more ", "than 5 (five) references, only the first 5 (five) will be analysed as part of the selection ", "procedure. The additional references will be analysed only in case one or more of the ", "first 5 (five) references are not compliant with the above-mentioned requirements. Only ", "references that are relevant and can be verified will be taken into consideration. ", "References not meeting requirements will be rejected. ", "Supporting evidence: ", "Annex D Project Reference Form", "A completed ", " comprising of 5 (five) relevant (as ", "specified in the table under Pass/Fail rule above) projects delivered in the domain of ", "the lot. ", "Production of videos or other supporting materials will not be taken into account for the ", "assessment of this criterion.", "B.", "SelectionCriteria related to Human resources, for each lot ", "The Tenderer must have at its disposal the necessary resources with the required ", "technical skills to provide the Services. Failure to submit the minimum number of ", "profiles and failure in complying with the requirements would result in rejection of the ", "tender. In case a Tenderer applies for several lots, the same person can be proposed ", "for the same role in the different lots, provided the selection criteria mentioned below ", "are met. ", "are met. ", "For the e-learning developers/editors or e-learning technicians, the same person may ", "For the e-learning developers/editors or e-learning technicians, the same person may ", "be proposed for both roles. Nevertheless, please ensure that you comply with the ", "minimum of 2 people for each role. ", "B.1. SelectionCriteria for the trainers (Pass/fail rule): ", "CFT-1626", "Page 11 of 52 " ]
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[ "Basic English Language Skills", "STEP 4 – PAY YOUR REGISTRATION FEE AND SEND IN ", "YOUR FORM", "Different courses have different registration fees. Please check the course ", "fees list (www.oxbridgeacademy.co.za/Documents/ Price-list-2015.pdf) to ", "find out how much you need to pay to register for your chosen course, and ", "pay this amount using the banking details provided at the bottom of the", "registration form. Remember to attach your proof of payment.", "If you are under the age of 18, your parent or guardian will need to sign ", "this section of the form to state that they are aware of your registration ", "with Oxbridge Academy, and that they do not have any objections. If you ", "are unemployed, you will need a guarantor to sign this section of the ", "form. Your parent or guarantor will be held responsible if you miss any of ", "your payments in relation to your course fees.", "Developed for Oxbridge Academy" ]
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[ "PUBLIC LAW 116–30—JULY 25, 2019 ", "133 STAT. 1033 ", "‘‘(2) new construction would be required to create a lacta-", "tion room in the public building and the cost of such construc-", "tion is unfeasible. ", "tion is unfeasible. ", "‘‘(d) NO UNAUTHORIZED ENTRY.—Nothing in this section shall ", "‘‘(d) NO UNAUTHORIZED ENTRY.—Nothing in this section shall ", "be construed to authorize an individual to enter a public building ", "or portion thereof that the individual is not otherwise authorized ", "to enter.’’. ", "to enter.’’. ", "(b)", "(b)", "CLERICAL AMENDMENT.—The table of sections at the begin-", "CLERICAL AMENDMENT.—The table of sections at the begin-", "ning of chapter 33 of title 40, United States Code, is amended ", "40", "USC 3301 ", "prec. ", "by inserting after the item related to section 3316 the following ", "new item: ", "‘‘3318. Lactation room in public buildings.’’. ", "(c)", "EFFECTIVE DATE.—The amendments made by this section ", "40", "USC 3318 ", "note. ", "shall take effect 1 year after the date of the enactment of this ", "Act. ", "Approved July 25, 2019. ", "LEGISLATIVE HISTORY—H.R. 866 (S. 528): ", "CONGRESSIONAL RECORD, Vol. 165 (2019): ", "Feb. 6, considered and passed House. ", "June 26, considered and passed Senate. ", "Æ " ]
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[ "The aircraft owner/information manual is a document ", "Most manufacturers include a table of contents that identifies ", "developed by the aircraft manufacturer and contains general ", "the order of the entire manual by section number and title. ", "information about the make and model of the aircraft. ", "Usually, each section also contains a table of contents for that ", "The manual is not approved by the Federal Aviation ", "section. Page numbers reflect the section and page within that ", "Administration (FAA) and is not specific to an individual ", "section (1-1, 1-2, 2-1, 3-1, etc.). If the manual is published ", "aircraft. The manual provides general information about the ", "in loose-leaf form, each section is usually marked with a ", "operation of an aircraft, is not kept current, and cannot be ", "divider tab indicating the section number, title, or both. The ", "substituted for the AFM/POH. ", "Emergency Procedures section may have a red tab for quick ", "identification and reference. ", "An AFM is a document developed by the aircraft manufacturer ", "General (Section 1) ", "and approved by the FAA. This book contains the information ", "and instructions required to operate an aircraft safely. A ", "The General section provides the basic descriptive ", "pilot must comply with this information which is specific ", "information on the airframe and powerplant(s). Some ", "to a particular make and model of aircraft, usually by serial ", "manuals include a three-dimensional drawing of the aircraft ", "number. An AFM contains the operating procedures and ", "that provides dimensions of various components. Included ", "limitations of that aircraft. Title 14 of the Code of Federal ", "are such items as wingspan, maximum height, overall length, ", "Regulations (14 CFR) part 91 requires that pilots comply ", "wheelbase length, main landing gear track width, diameter ", "with the operating limitations specified in the approved flight ", "of the rotor system, maximum propeller diameter, propeller ", "manuals, markings, and placards. ", "ground clearance, minimum turning radius, and wing area. ", "This section serves as a quick reference and helps a pilot ", "Originally, flight manuals followed whatever format and ", "become familiar with the aircraft. ", "content the manufacturer felt was appropriate, but this ", "changed with the acceptance of Specification No. 1 prepared ", "The last segment of the General section contains definitions, ", "by the General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA). ", "abbreviations, explanations of symbology, and some of ", "Specification No. 1 established a standardized format for all ", "the terminology used in the POH. At the discretion of the ", "general aviation airplane and helicopter flight manuals. ", "manufacturer, metric and other conversion tables may also ", "be included. ", "The POH is a document developed by the aircraft ", "Limitations (Section 2) ", "manufacturer and contains FAA-approved AFM information. ", "If “POH” is used in the main title, a statement must be ", "The Limitations section contains only those limitations required ", "included on the title page indicating that sections of the ", "by regulation or that are necessary for the safe operation of ", "document are FAA approved as the AFM. ", "the aircraft, powerplant, systems, and equipment. It includes ", "operating limitations, instrument markings, color-coding, ", "The POH for most light aircraft built after 1975 is also ", "and basic placards. Some of the limitation areas are airspeed, ", "designated as the FAA-approved flight manual. The typical ", "powerplant, weight and loading distribution, and flight. ", "AFM/POH contains the following nine sections: General; ", "Limitations; Emergency Procedures; Normal Procedures; ", "Airspeed ", "Performance; Weight and Balance/Equipment List; Systems ", "Airspeed limitations are shown on the airspeed indicator ", "Description; Handling, Service, and Maintenance; and ", "(ASI) by color coding and on placards or graphs in the ", "Supplements. Manufacturers also have the option of including ", "aircraft. ", "A red line on the ASI shows the airspeed ", "[Figure 9-1] ", "additional sections, such as one on Safety and Operational ", "limit beyond which structural damage could occur. This is ", "Tips or an alphabetical index at the end of the POH. ", "called the never-exceed speed (V$_{NE}$). A yellow arc indicates ", "the speed range between maximum structural cruising speed ", "Preliminary Pages ", "(V$_{N0}$) and V$_{NE}$. Operation of an aircraft in the yellow airspeed ", "While the AFM/POH may appear similar for the same make ", "arc is for smooth air only and then only with caution. A green ", "and model of aircraft, each manual is unique and contains ", "arc depicts the normal operating speed range, with the upper ", "specific information about a particular aircraft, such as the ", "end at V$_{N0}$ and the lower end at stalling speed at maximum ", "equipment installed and weight and balance information. ", "weight with the landing gear and flaps retracted (V$_{S1}$). For ", "Manufacturers are required to include the serial number and ", "airplanes, the flap operating range is depicted by the white ", "registration on the title page to identify the aircraft to which ", "arc, with the upper end at the maximum flap extended speed ", "the manual belongs. If a manual does not indicate a specific ", "(V$_{FE}$), and the lower end at the stalling speed with the landing ", "aircraft registration and serial number, it is limited to general ", "gear and flaps in the landing configuration (V$_{S0}$). ", "study purposes only. ", "9-2 " ]
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[ "Table of Contents", "Approximately $8.5 million of operating lease obligations included in the table above are expected to be funded by sublessors under existing", "sublease agreements. See Note 6, \"Lease Commitments\" to the audited consolidated financial statements included in Item 8 of this Annual Report", "on Form 10-K.", "Borrowings under our Credit Facility bear interest at a variable rate, based on LIBOR or a Base Rate, in either case plus an applicable margin.", "The Credit Facility defines LIBOR to encompass accepted alternative reference rates for certain currencies where a LIBOR rate is no longer", "quoted. Long-term debt refers to the required principal repayment at maturity of the Credit Facility, and may differ significantly from estimates,", "due to, among other things, actual amounts outstanding at maturity or any refinancings prior to such date. Interest amounts are based on projected", "borrowings under our Credit Facility and interest rates in effect on December 31, 2019, and the actual interest payments may differ significantly", "from estimates due to, among other things, changes in outstanding borrowings and prevailing interest rates in the future.", "At December 31, 2019, we had approximately $5.3 million of unrecognized income tax benefits related to uncertain tax positions. We cannot", "reasonably estimate when all of these unrecognized income tax benefits may be settled. We expect $1.2 million of reductions to unrecognized", "income tax benefits within the next 12 months as a result of projected resolutions of income tax uncertainties.", "Gross deferred income tax liabilities as of December 31, 2019 were approximately $60.4 million. This amount is not included in the contractual", "obligations table because we believe this presentation would not be meaningful. Deferred income tax liabilities are calculated based on temporary", "differences between the tax basis of assets and liabilities and their respective book basis, which will result in taxable amounts in future years when", "the liabilities are settled at their reported financial statement amounts. The results of these calculations do not have a direct connection with the", "amount of cash taxes to be paid in any future periods. As a result, we believe scheduling deferred income tax liabilities as payments due by period", "could be misleading, because this scheduling would not relate to liquidity needs.", "Defined Benefit Pension Funding and Cost", "We sponsor a qualified defined benefit pension plan in the U.S., (the \"U.S. Qualified Plan\") three defined benefit plans in the U.K. (the \"U.K.", "Plans\"), and defined benefit pension plans in the Netherlands, Norway, Germany, and the Philippines (the \"other international plans\"). Future cash", "funding of our defined benefit pension plans will depend largely on future investment performance, interest rates, changes to mortality tables, and", "regulatory requirements. Effective December 31, 2002, we froze our U.S. Qualified Plan. The aggregate deficit in the funded status of the U.S. Plan", "and other international plans totaled $65.9 million and $74.3 million at the end of 2019 and 2018, respectively. The 2019 decrease in the unfunded", "deficit of our defined benefit pension plans primarily resulted from actuarial gains in the year. We made no contributions in 2019 to our U.S.", "Qualified Plan and $0.7 million to our U.K. Plans. In 2018, we made contributions of $19.0 million and $5.0 million to our U.S. Qualified Plan and", "U.K. Plans, respectively. The U.K. Plans were in a funded status totaling $35.0 million and $32.7 million at the end of 2019 and 2018, respectively,", "with the fair value of plan assets exceeding the projected benefit obligation. There was a $2.3 million decrease during 2019 in the net prepaid", "pension balances of the U.K. defined benefit plans.", "Our frozen U.S. Qualified Plan was underfunded by $63.5 million at December 31, 2019 based on an accumulated benefit obligation of", "$440.5 million. Crawford expects to make discretionary contributions of $9.0 million per annum to the U.S. Qualified Plan for the next five years to", "improve the funded status of the plan and minimize future required contributions. We estimate that we will make the following annual minimum", "contributions over the next five years to our frozen U.S. Qualified Plan. ", "Estimated U.S.", "Year Ending December 31,", "Pension Funding", "(In thousands)", "2020", "$", "9,000", "2021", "9,000", "2022", "9,000", "2023", "9,000", "2024", "9,000", "44" ]
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[ "5,854,314 ", "1 ", "2 ", "DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE ", "CROSSLINKABLE WATERBORNE ", "INVENTION ", "DISPERSIONS OF HYDROXY FUNCTIONAL ", "POLYDIENE POLYMERS AND AMINO ", "The hydroxy functional polydiene polymers of the present ", "RESINS ", "invention are monools, dials, and polyols of hydrogenated ", "and unhydrogenated low molecular weight diene homopoly›", "mers and copolymers with more than one diene and/or a ", "This is a division of application Ser. No. 08/679,164, ", "vinyl aromatic hydrocarbon. Such copolymers will usually ", "filed Jul. 12, 1996, now U.S. Pat. No. 5,721,317 which is a ", "be random copolymers or tapered block copolymers since it ", "continuation of Ser. No. 08/479,583 filed Jun. 7, 1995, ", "is difficult to make low molecular weight copolymers with ", "abandoned, which is a continuation of Ser. No. 08/277,375, ", "a sharp division between blocks because the crossover ", "filed Jul. 18, 1994 abandoned. ", "reaction from one monomer to the other is usually slow ", "compared to the progagation reaction. Suitable polymers ", "BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION ", "include monools, dials, and pol yo ls of low molecular weight ", "This invention relates to waterborne dispersions of ", "polybutadiene and polyisoprene and their copolymers with ", "hydroxy functional polydiene polymers. More specifically, ", "styrene, either hydrogenated or unhydrogenated. ", "the invention relates to waterborne dispersions of such ", "Hydrogenated polybutadiene dials are preferred for use ", "polymers and amino resins which can be crosslinked to ", "herein because they are easily prepared, they have low glass ", "transition temperature, and they have excellent weatherabil›", "make cured films, coatings, adhesives, sealants, caulks, ", "ity. The dials, dihydroxylated polybutadienes, are synthe›", "binders and modifiers for asphalt. ", "sized by anionic polymerization of conjugated diene hydro-", "Hydroxy functional polydiene polymers are well known. ", "carbons with lithium initiators. Monools and polyols can ", "It ", "has been shown that formulations containing these ", "also be synthesized in the same manner. This process is well ", "polymers, a melamine resin, and an acid catalyst can be ", "known as described in U.S. Pat. Nos. 4,039,593 and Re. ", "cured by baking under normal bake conditions. ", "If such ", "27,145 which descriptions are incorporated herein by refer›", "formulations could be dispersed in water, the utility of these ", "ence. Polymerization commences with a monolithium, ", "polymers would be greatly broadened. This would allow ", "dilithium, or polylithium initiator which builds a living ", "preparation of low viscosity, waterborne formulations hav›", "polymer backbone at each lithium site. Typical monolithium ", "ing very low volatile organic compound (VOC) contents. By ", "living polymer structures containing conjugated diene ", "adding waterborne hydroxy functional polydiene polymer ", "hydrocarbons are: ", "dispersions to other water-based products having compatible ", "surfactant systems, these polymers could be used to modify ", "other types of resins and this could be done without concern ", "X-B-Li ", "X-B$_{1}$-B$_{2}$-Li ", "about phase separation due to incompatibility of the hydroxy ", "X-A-B-Li ", "X-A-B$_{1}$-B$_{2}$-Li ", "X-A-B-A-Li ", "functional polydiene polymers and solvent-based resins. ", "It ", "is one object of the present invention to provide a ", "crosslinkable waterborne dispersion of hydroxy functional ", "wherein ", "represents polymerized units of one or more ", "B ", "polydiene polymers and amino resins. Another object of this ", "conjugated diene hydrocarbons such as butadiene or ", "invention is to provide a method for making such crosslink›", "A ", "isoprene, ", "represents polymerized units of one or more ", "able waterborne dispersions. ", "vinyl aromatic compounds such as styrene, and ", "the ", "X", "is ", "residue of a monolithium initiator such as sec-butyllithium. ", "SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION ", "can also be a copolymer of a conjugated diene and a vinyl ", "B ", "aromatic compound. ", "and ", "are formed of different ", "B$_{1 }$", "B$_{2 }$", "The present invention provides a water dispersion of a ", "dienes. ", "crosslinkable hydroxy functional polydiene polymer com›", "The anionic polymerization of the conjugated diene ", "position which comprises: ", "hydrocarbons is typically carried out in a hydrocarbon ", "(a)", "10 to 65% by weight(% w) of a hydroxy functional ", "solvent containing a structure modifier such as diethylether ", "polydiene polymer, ", "or glyme (1,2-diethoxyethane) to obtain the desired amount ", "(b)", "0.2 to 25% w of a compatible amino resin, ", "As ", "of 1,4-addition. ", "described in Re. 27,145 which is incor›", "(c)", "0.1 to 10% w of a nonionic surfactant or an anionic ", "porated by reference herein, the level of 1,2-addition of a ", "surfactant having a volatile cation, and ", "butadiene polymer or copolymer can greatly affect elasto-", "( d) the balance water. ", "meric properties after hydrogenation. The 1,2-addition of ", "1,3-butadiene polymers having terminal functional groups ", "In a preferred embodiment of the present invention, the ", "compatible amino resin is a butylated amino resin and the ", "significantly and surprisingly influences the viscosity of the ", "surfactant is an anionic surfactant composed of an amine salt ", "polymers. A 1,2-addition of about 40% is achieved during ", "of an acid which can be used to catalyze the crosslinking of ", "polymerization at 50° C. with about 6% by volume of ", "the polymer and the amino resin such as paratoluene sul›", "diethylether or about 1000 ppm of glyme in the polymer›", "fonic acid or dodecylbenzene sulfonic acid. ", "ization solvent. ", "The present invention also contemplates linear unsatur›", "This invention also describes processes for making such ", "ated or hydrogenated isoprene polymers having one to two ", "crosslinkable waterborne dispersions. One method involves ", "terminal hydroxy groups per molecule and also such poly›", "making a hot aqueous solution of the surfactant, adding a ", "mixture of a hydroxy functional polydiene polymer and a 60 ", "mers having additional hydroxy groups. Preferably, the ", "compatible amino resin to the hot aqueous solution, and then ", "isoprene polymers have greater than 80% 1,4-addition of the ", "mixing the components under high shear conditions. The ", "isoprene and hydrogenation of at least 90% of the polymer›", "preferred method involves mixing together at a temperature ", "ized isoprene. The polymers are preferably prepared by ", "of 25° ", "to 90° ", "C.", "with vigorous agitation a hydroxy functional ", "anionic polymerization in the absence of microstructure ", "polydiene polymer, an amino resin, and the desired 65 ", "modifiers that increase 3,4-addition of the isoprene. ", "The hydroxy functional polydiene polymers may have ", "surfactant, and then adding water to the mixture slowly over ", "molecular weights of from about 1,000 to about 3,000,000. ", "a period of at least 15 minutes. " ]
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