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    A column in architecture is a vertical pillar or post which transmits through compression, the weight of the structure above to other structural elements below. Columns could support a roof or beam, or they can also be purely decorative. The term column applies especially to a large round support with a capital and base; and it is typically made of local stone, marble, granite, or in some fashion with that appearance. A column has three main parts of its structure: the base, the shaft and the capital

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    The Greek Column

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    The Greek Column A French champagne cognac with a Centaur trademark, called Remy Martin, is featured in several magazine advertisements resting on a column in various positions. The one being analyzed in this article shows the bottle of Remy Martin and a pair of glasses placed on top of a column so tall that it reaches above the clouds. It invites the viewer: "Want to come up for a drink sometime?" At the bottom right corner, the Centaur logo is repeated, along with a short description of its

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    The Fifth Column In The Fifth Column, the hero, who has become finally indistinguishable from the false or publicity Hemingway, has here dosed himself with whiskey; a seductive and desirous woman, for whom he has the most admirable reasons for not taking any responsibility; sacred rage; the excitement of bombardment; and indulgence in that headiest of sports, for which he has now the same excellent reasons -- the bagging of human beings. You may be afraid, after reading The Fifth Column, that Hemingway

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    The Vertebral Column

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    The vertebral column is made up of 33 vertebrae that unite together to form a singular structure. The Vertebral column lies in the middle of the body, from the base of the skull to just below the hip bones. The vertebral column is split into five separate sections. The Cervical, made up of 7 vertebrae, Thoracic, 12 vertebrae, Lumber, 5, Sacrum, 5 fused vertebrae and the coccyx, 4 more fused vertebrae. Each individual vertebral are separated by interverbral discs are joined together by ligaments and

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    The Adult Spinal Column

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    short-term cyclic loading with standing recovery. Future models will treat the tissues as poor-assume elastic and 3D in order to be more accurate and the relationship between repetitive lifting and disc degeneration T I. INTRODUCTION he adult spinal column is made up of 26 bones, called vertebrae: 7 cervical in the neck, 12 thoracic in the rib area, 5 lumbar in the lower back, a sacrum and a coccyx. Located between adjacent vertebrae are intervertebral discs. The human intervertebral disc acts as

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    control the outputs. To accomplish this goal, twelve and twenty groups of manipulated variables were selected to examine D-VRHP and D-BFHP, respectively. Diagonal elements of the RGA are presented in Table 4. As the sum of elements in each row and column of an RGA matrix added up to 1, it sufficed for a 2×2 matrix to report the diagonal element only. Favorable pairings of the possible input-output pairings from the results are highlighted in Table 4. These are the ones for which the diagonal was

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    The Ionic Column

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    The Ionic Column Throughout history, art has become the main source for entertainment, enlightenment, and acknowledgement. It entertains those who are bored in the everyday life. It enlightens those who seek another world and those who seek beauty with wild imaginations. It acknowleges those who seek development in nature and their own world. From the cave drawings of Paleolithic art in Lascaux , to the Ancient Egyptian pyramids, and to the classical Greek sculptures, art is a never ending cycle

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    The Broken Column

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    Jonaye’ Kennedy HU 225 F “Strokes of Pain Not Pleasure” There are great psychological themes between the painting, “The Broken Column”(Fiero 395) as well as the poem, “She being Brand”(Fiero 387). As I began to find the psychological correlations between the two, I noticed a strong sense of losing some form of virginity. The losing of virginity is a very broad spectrum. I want to pay particular attention to the statement Frida Kahlo made. “I never painted

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    KEY CONTAIN ONLY ONE COLUMN? YES- THEN THE TABLE IS ALREADY IN 2NF. NO- ASK THE FOLLOWING QUESTION: o DO ANY OF THE COLUMNS THAT ARE NOT KEYS HAVE THEIR VALUES DETERMINED BY ONLY SOME, AND NOT ALL, OF THE COLUMNS THAT MAKE UP THE KEY? YES- THEN THE TABLE IS NOT IN 2NF. To put it in 2NF, remove any columns that are dependent upon only a portion of the key, and create separate or separate tables. NO- THEN THE TABLE IS IN 2NF.  STEP 3:  ARE ALL OF THE COLUMNS IN THE TABLE DETERMINED

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    Fragment of a Roman Fresco The Fragment of a Fresco is dated to 50-25 B.C., generally categorizing it into the Second Period of Roman paintings and placing its creation during the time of transition of Rome from a Republic to an Empire. This particular fresco was discovered in Pompeii, which is considered one of the leading sites of such pieces of art. While many Roman frescos throughout all four styles depict scenes of historical importance in both military and cultural aspects, this particular

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