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[P E L I C U L A] Completa Alita: Ángel De Combate En Español Y Latino (Grats_Hd), sempak ireng 2021 University of California, San Francisco

[P E L I C U L A] Completa Alita: Ángel De Combate En Español Y Latino (Grats_Hd), Sempak Ireng

sempak ireng

Alita: Ángel de combate es una película que se estrenará el 14 de febrero de este año en los Estados Unidos. Sigue andando 2 horas y dos minutos aproximadamente. Expone la clase de Géneros Ciencia ficción, Acción. Depende de la novela de Reparto Rosa Salazar, Christoph Waltz, Jennifer Connelly más  y esta vez fue compuesta por Dirigida por Robert Rodriguez.

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Fecha de estreno 15 de febrero de 2019 (2h 02min)
Dirigida por Robert Rodriguez
Rosa Salazar, Christoph Waltz, Mahershala Ali, Keean Johnson, Jennifer Connelly, Ed Skrein ...


Designing Water Conservation Landscapes Using Local Water Audit Data, Logan Oates 2020 Utah State University

Designing Water Conservation Landscapes Using Local Water Audit Data, Logan Oates

All Graduate Plan B and other Reports

In 2016, Eagle Mountain City (EMC) entered into a collaborative agreement with Utah State University Extension to complete several water conservation projects. These projects include Water Checks, landscape water conservation publications, educational programs, and a water-wise landscape design for Eagle Mountain City Hall and a nearby roundabout.

The Water Check program is sponsored by Utah State University’s (USU) Center for Water Efficient Landscaping (CWEL) and offers residential water efficiency checks to EMC residents. Data collected from the Water Check program includes lot size, square feet (sf) of turfgrass, sprinkler types, sprinkler efficiency, and existing watering schedules.

This thesis examines ...


A Deep Dive Into Natural Swimming Pool Filtration: Living Walls As Technical Wetland Filters, Anna Farb 2020 Utah State University

A Deep Dive Into Natural Swimming Pool Filtration: Living Walls As Technical Wetland Filters, Anna Farb

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

Vertical gardens such as living walls can filter air and water, in addition to cooling buildings, reducing noise, increasing urban biodiversity, providing food, and enhancing well-being. Natural swimming pools (NSPs) are an ecologically sound alternative to chemically treated pools, but they have not reached their potential in the U.S. We investigated whether a living wall could be integrated into an NSP system for water filtration purposes, given that the vertical filter would have to produce excellent water quality for human swimmers. This could be a novel landscape design, particularly in the cases of steep contours, urbanized sites with limited ...


Chinese Gardens: Solutions For Urban Nature Deficit, Zachary K. Warner 2020 Utah State University

Chinese Gardens: Solutions For Urban Nature Deficit, Zachary K. Warner

All Graduate Plan B and other Reports

Research shows that time spent in nature is good for human health and well-being. However, as the world’s population becomes more concentrated in urban areas regular time in nature, especially extended time, is becoming more difficult to have. On the other hand, Chinese gardens can provide one solution to this problem because they have a unique way of providing a naturalistic space within a small area. Despite this fact, there aren’t many Chinese style gardens outside of China. Therefore, the objective of this thesis was to identify possible barriers to using Chinese garden design principles and construction techniques ...


Innovator - Fall 2020, 2020 Thomas Jefferson University

Innovator - Fall 2020

Innovator

05 - Message from the President

09 - An Inflection Point for Higher Education

10 - Time Machine: Heart and Lung

16 - The Nexus: News at Jefferson

24 - Newest American Girl Doll

28 - Establishing a Global Classroom

30 - Textile Professionals Answer a Looming Need

34 - Getting Physics-al

38 - The Global Studio

44 - Houston, We Have a Solution

50 - Question & Innovate

54 - The Weave of Possibility

60 - Reimagine

64 - Ram Roundup

68 - Class Notes

72 - In Memory

74 - Trivia


Innovator - Winter 2020, 2020 Thomas Jefferson University

Innovator - Winter 2020

Innovator

8 - A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT

10 - WHAT’S HAPPENING AT JEFFERSON

16 - DEFINING THE FUTURE OF LEARNING AND WORK
How well are institutions of higher education preparing their graduates for the realities of work in the 21st century?

26 - IT’S IN OUR DNA
Innovative partnership leads to Jefferson Institute for Bioprocessing.

32 - JEFFERSON IS GLOBAL
Jefferson’s study away program provides life-changing experiences for students.

36 - PURSUING KNOWLEDGE AND IMPACT
Provost Mark L. Tykocinski, MD, explores the different research initiatives happening across Jefferson.

38 - LIVING THE DREAM
Jefferson grad orbits among the stars like LL Cool J and ...


Innovator - Winter 2010, 2020 Thomas Jefferson University

Innovator - Winter 2010

Innovator

2 - STEPPING FORWARD AS A NATIONAL MODEL
PhilaU takes a leadership role in green education

6 - 125 THINGS THAT MAKE PHILAU GREAT
Celebrating our 125th Anniversary

12 - PRESIDENT SPINELLI COMMENTARY
A Solid Foundation for the 21st Century

14 - NEW VISION FOR THE ACADEMY
A day in the life of Provost Randy Swearer

18 - STRATEGIC INITIATIVES
Developing the model for professional education in the 21st century

22 - PROFILES

24 - TRUSTEE UPDATE

26 - PHILAU NEWS

31 - AWARDS AND HONORS

32 - EMBRACING THE NEW WORLD OF PERSONALIZED MEDICINE
Faculty commentary by Michael A. Rackover, PA-C, MS

34 - FACULTY ACCOMPLISHMENTS

42 - IN THE NEWS ...


Acknowledging Our Past: Race, Landscape And History, Alea Harris, Kaycia Best, Dieran McGowan, Destiny Shippy, Vera Oberg, Bryson Coleman, Rhiannon Leebrick Ph.D. 2020 Wofford College

Acknowledging Our Past: Race, Landscape And History, Alea Harris, Kaycia Best, Dieran Mcgowan, Destiny Shippy, Vera Oberg, Bryson Coleman, Rhiannon Leebrick Ph.D.

Student Scholarship

This book is the product of nearly a year's worth of student research on Wofford College's history, undertaken as part of a grant by the Council of Independent Colleges in the Humanities Research for the Public Good initiative. The research was supervised and directed by Dr. Rhiannon Leebrick.

"Guiding Research Questions:

How did Wofford College and its early stakeholders support and participate in slavery?

How is the legacy of slavery present in the landscape of our campus (buildings, statues, names, etc.)?

How can we better understand Wofford as an institution during the time of Reconstruction through the Jim ...


The Architecture Of The Dead: Cemetery Symbolism In Colon Cemetery, Havana, Cuba, Dana Moody 2020 University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

The Architecture Of The Dead: Cemetery Symbolism In Colon Cemetery, Havana, Cuba, Dana Moody

Journal of Global Initiatives: Policy, Pedagogy, Perspective

The purpose of this study was to document and define symbolic imagery found within the grounds of the Colon Cemetery in Havana, Cuba. Memorials erected to the dead use symbology to tell stories about the departed, giving us clues to the deceased’s values and philosophies, as well as their religion, ethnicity, social memberships, occupations, education, level of wealth, and thoughts on the afterlife (Keister, 2004). Using images of Colon Cemetery from a photographic documentary series, Havana: Behind the Facade, architectural and cemetery symbology was grouped into categories, researched for meaning, and sought for interpretations to reveal clues about Cuban ...


Evaluating The Transformation Of Land Use And Morphology On The Microclimate: The Case Of Gemmayzeh Neighbourhood – Beirut, Hiba Mohsen, Rokia Raslan, Ibtihal El- Bastawissi 2020 Assistant Professor, Faculty of Architecture -Design & Built Environment, Beirut Arab University, Debbieh, Lebanon

Evaluating The Transformation Of Land Use And Morphology On The Microclimate: The Case Of Gemmayzeh Neighbourhood – Beirut, Hiba Mohsen, Rokia Raslan, Ibtihal El- Bastawissi

BAU Journal - Health and Wellbeing

This paper investigates the effect of urban areas on local climate by examining the correlation between urban morphology, land use and urban thermal climates. It focuses on Gemmayzeh area in Beirut. Urban parameters were evaluated by developing an energy balance model with the aim of understanding how heterogeneous geometry, height, and finishing material can change the mechanical and thermal structure of the urban atmosphere. It simulates the current urban condition in order to compare it with other scenarios using ENVI-met 4.The results from the numerical simulation reveal that a network of green infrastructure connecting the existing green patches can ...


Use Of Drawings And Geometric Shapes In The Evaluation Of Urban Identity Use “Venn Diagrams” In Evaluation The Expected Of Urban Identity Of The Scheme Proposed Of The Maspero Triangle, Cairo, Egypt, Majid al-Mahdi 2020 Al-Azhar University, Cairo - Egypt

Use Of Drawings And Geometric Shapes In The Evaluation Of Urban Identity Use “Venn Diagrams” In Evaluation The Expected Of Urban Identity Of The Scheme Proposed Of The Maspero Triangle, Cairo, Egypt, Majid Al-Mahdi

Journal of the Arab American University مجلة الجامعة العربية الامريكية للبحوث

The Arab city has a distinctive urban identity that contains many architectural and urban elements as well as its social and cultural characteristics. These elements are exclusive to the Arab city. In this research, a number elements (as a model) were logically chosen through the use of some drawings and engineering drawings in an attempt to express the logic and significance of these elements and demonstrate their validity, in addition to use of the forms of art (Venn), which open a wide door to use new methods of urban assessment that make it easier for decision makers to make appropriate ...


Impact: The Visual Communication Of Information, Jennifer Shields, Mark Cabrinha, Sasha Menshikova, Catherine Trujillo, Emily Chung, Miles Young, Hope Golden, Laura Akatsu Kuffner, Markus Rogne, Aimie Olson 2020 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

Impact: The Visual Communication Of Information, Jennifer Shields, Mark Cabrinha, Sasha Menshikova, Catherine Trujillo, Emily Chung, Miles Young, Hope Golden, Laura Akatsu Kuffner, Markus Rogne, Aimie Olson

Creative Works

Impact: The Visual Communication of Information focuses on the diversity of visual communication created by students, faculty, and staff across California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. Drawing from a multitude of methods in courses and activities across the campus, the exhibit displays the influences of visual communication in fields ranging from statistical data and geography, to art, design, and engineering, to performance and physics. This project was made possible by a gift from the Austin and Gabriela Hearst Foundation.

This catalog represents the onsite exhibit of the same name, which opened in winter of 2020 at Robert E. Kennedy ...


Bs News November/December, 2020 Technological University Dublin

Bs News November/December

Building Services News

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9th International Conference On Business, Technology And Innovation 2020, University for Business and Technology - UBT 2020 University of Business and Technology in Kosovo

9th International Conference On Business, Technology And Innovation 2020, University For Business And Technology - Ubt

UBT International Conference

Welcome to IC – UBT 2020

UBT Annual International Conference is the 9th international interdisciplinary peer reviewed conference which publishes works of the scientists as well as practitioners in the area where UBT is active in Education, Research and Development. The UBT aims to implement an integrated strategy to establish itself as an internationally competitive, research-intensive university, committed to the transfer of knowledge and the provision of a world-class education to the most talented students from all background. The main perspective of the conference is to connect the scientists and practitioners from different disciplines in the same place and make them ...


Perception Of Narrative Medicine Among Medical Students In Lebanon, Hala Ahmadieh, Hadi Itani, Sanaa Itani, Khaled Sidani, Mona Kassem 2020 Assistant Professor, Clinical Sciences Department, Faculty of Medicine, Beirut Arab University, Beirut, Lebanon

Perception Of Narrative Medicine Among Medical Students In Lebanon, Hala Ahmadieh, Hadi Itani, Sanaa Itani, Khaled Sidani, Mona Kassem

BAU Journal - Health and Wellbeing

The physician-patient relationship has evolved over the years. A good relationship necessitates mutual commitment from both parties, and narrative medicine can be considered as a tool that can aid in improving this relationship, as it helps to improve listening to patients’ stories and turning the patients’ subjective words into objective information, which help physicians to understand the nature of patients’ illnesses, improve the quality of patient care and leads to a better therapeutic effect. A descriptive cross-sectional study was planned. Data collection was done via convenience sampling. Beirut Arab University medical students were asked to fill a paper-based questionnaire between ...


Revitalizing A Community: Creating A Pollination Garden For The City Of Gary, Indiana, Kelli Varney 2020 Purdue University

Revitalizing A Community: Creating A Pollination Garden For The City Of Gary, Indiana, Kelli Varney

Purdue Journal of Service-Learning and International Engagement

In this article, Kelli Varney describes the design process that was used in creating a Pollination Garden for the Progressive Community Church located in Gary, Indiana, and how this design is one step in the rejuvenation of an entire community.


1068 Museum, Eric Tapia 2020 Kean University

1068 Museum, Eric Tapia

Kean Quest

THE SEMESTER BEGAN WITH APPLYING OUR UNDERSTANDING AND KNOWLEDGE OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SPACES. MY KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING CORRELATED TO WHAT IS EXPOSED AS TO WHAT IS BUILTIN THE PROJECT. THE PUBLIC SPACES ARE OPEN WITH NO DISCIPLINE AND NO CONTAINMENT; AS OPPOSED TO THE PRIVATE SPACES WHICH ARE FORTIFIED AND SECLUDED FROM ITS CONTEXT AND ITS ENVIRONMENT. THE DEFINTION OF TERMS DROVE THE PROJECT AND TRANSLATED INTO ITS FORMS, SPACES, AND LANGUAGES. I ULTIMATELY DESIGNED A MUSEUM FOR THE ARTISTIC AND INDUSTRIAL LONG ISLAND CITY IN QUEENS. THE PROJECT'S SITE IS ON A BLOCK THAT SHARES SPACE WITH ...


The Use Of Green Pond Conglomerate As Building Stone In Morris County, New Jersey, Gregory A. Pope 2020 Montclair State University

The Use Of Green Pond Conglomerate As Building Stone In Morris County, New Jersey, Gregory A. Pope

Department of Earth and Environmental Studies Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works

Green Pond Conglomerate (GPC) is a maroon colored quartzite with white quartz pebbles, a classic “puddingstone”. GPC derives from a NW-SW-trending sliver of Paleozoic sediments, the “Green Pond Outlier”, surrounded by older metamorphic and igneous rocks of Morris and Passaic Counties. Buildings, retaining walls, field fences, and monuments incorporate the durable and attractive stone, in a distinct geographic area of Morris County. Several instances of structures completely constructed or faced with GPC occur in and around Morristown, limited to affluent houses and one prominent church. In these cases, GPC stones were dressed and faced, a labor-intensive effort. Elsewhere in the ...


Antimicrobial Activity Of Silver Nanoparticles With Antibiotics Against Clinically Isolated Acinetobacter Baumannii, Pyman M. Mohamedsalih, Dana Khdr Sabir 2020 Department of Medical Laboratory Sciences, Charmo University, 46023 Chamchamal, Sulaimani, Kurdistan Region, Iraq

Antimicrobial Activity Of Silver Nanoparticles With Antibiotics Against Clinically Isolated Acinetobacter Baumannii, Pyman M. Mohamedsalih, Dana Khdr Sabir

Passer Journal

Antibiotic-resistant bacteria are among the major healthcare problem worldwide and Acinetobacter baumannii is a leading threat among them. In this study, the combined effects of different antibiotics with silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) were assessed against the growth of a clinical isolate of A. baumannii. The bacterial strain was isolated from a hospitalized burned patient in Sulaimanyah- Iraq. Identification of the isolated bacterium was done based on the partial sequence of the 16S rRNA gene and phylogenetic analysis. The growth of the bacterium was totally inhibited by AgNPs at the concentration of (0.2 mg/ml). AgNPs treatment showed a partial synergistic ...


Covid-19 Second Spike As An Aftermath Of The Sudden Restrictions Ease: Kurdistan Region Of Iraq As An Example, Kameran Mohammed Ali, Hassan Mohammad Tawfeeq, Hassan Muhammad Rostam 2020 Medical Lab. Technology Department, Kalar Technical Institute, Sulaimani Polytechnic University, Kalar, Kurdistan Region, Iraq

Covid-19 Second Spike As An Aftermath Of The Sudden Restrictions Ease: Kurdistan Region Of Iraq As An Example, Kameran Mohammed Ali, Hassan Mohammad Tawfeeq, Hassan Muhammad Rostam

Passer Journal

The global pandemic Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID‐19) is a contagious disease caused by SARS-CoV-2, it has rapidly resulted in over 20 million confirmed cases and more than three quarter million deaths worldwide in less than 9 months. Due to the rocketed spread of the outbreak, early implementation of restrictions including quarantine, lockdown, isolation, social distancing and community containment was recommended to control the outbreak. Based on, in parallel with other countries, authorities in the Kurdistan Region (KR) of Iraq followed the WHO recommendations on restriction towards the outbreak: including strict measures of quarantine, lockdown and curfew to oppose the ...


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