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    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY THE COMPANY Concept: Make and market red-tinted contact lenses for egg-laying chickens, altering their behavior so they will fight less, eat less, and produce more eggs -- increasing egg-ranch profitability Projections: Eventual pretax net margins of 25%; 1989 sales of $329,000; 1992 sales of $24 million Hurdles: Persuading historically conservative egg farmers, operating on thin margins, to risk money up front for an unproven product; sustaining the company in the face of slower-than-expected

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    http://www.kkk.bz/kidspart5.htm 4)Who said, "I have no purpose, directly or indirectly, to interfere with the institution of slavery in the states where it exists. I believe I have no lawful right to do so, and I have no inclination to do so." Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States or Jefferson Davis, President , President of the Confederate States of America? Answer: Abraham Lincoln - First Inaugural Address - March 4, 1861. 6) What was the major emphasis of the Emancipation Proclamation

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    Eyesight

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    is more oval than round, light does not focus properly on the back of the eye, also known as the retina. Astigmatism is not a disease, but is actually a vision condition that is quite common--only moderate to highly astigmatic eyes need corrective lenses. The signs and symptoms of severe astigmatism are blurred or distorted vision. For mild astigmatism the symptoms are headaches, eyestrain, fatigue, and blurred vision at certain angles. The causes of astigmatism are unclear. It may be genetically

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    Resolution

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    power of the optical system can be expressed as where * R is the distance between distinguishable points (in nm), * [IMAGE]is the wavelength of the illumination source (in nm), * NA is the numerical aperture of the objective lens (in best lenses approx. 1.4) Light source Green Blue Ultraviolet Wavelength (nm) 546 436 365 Resolution (nm) 190 160 130 Due to this limitation of resolving power by light microscopy, other sources of illumination, with shorter

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    first. Here is one authors opinion. Lippershey was a Dutch spectacle marker during the early 17th century (approximately 1600). He was one of the first who created the "looker" (now called telescope) by placing two pieces of lenses together. The discovery that placing lenses together can magnify images were made by children who took Lippershey's spectacles and looked at a distant church tower. One of the most influential scientist associated with the telescope has to be Galileo. He took the design

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    The Mechanisms and Effects of Frost Heave

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    below; when it freezes it forms segregated ice lenses which push apart the soil around them as they grow, causing the observed volume increase. Frost heave has a number of effects upon the soil and upon structures supported by the soil which make it an important process to understand. INTRODUCTION During the freezing of some soils, nearly pure ice forms in segregated lenses parallel to soil isotherms (Hillel, 1980). The formation of these lenses causes frost heave, a phenomenon in which the

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    Subdivisions of Corneal Ulcers and Treatment

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    Acanthamoeba Keratitis, and Herpes Simplex Keratitis. Bacteria, fungi, amoebae, and viruses are the prime cause for these diseases. These microorganisms settle in the cornea, grow, and feed on the cornea. This process causes a corneal ulceration. Contact lenses are the leading way these microorganisms enter the cornea (discussed later). There contains multiple symptoms in order to identify corneal ulceration. Some of these symptoms include the following: eye redness, tearing increases, vision impairs, eye

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    College Writing

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    writing process from the eyes of an eighteen year old. The quest for excellence is a life long process. To become a good writer - communicator, is also a life long process. AIn order to communicate with others, we must learn to see through their lenses as well as to try to explain to them what we see through ours@ (qdt. in Hairston). This process begins at a very early age. The building blocks which start in our earliest ages help us develop speech. From kindergarten on, phonics plays a key role

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    Identity in William Gibson’s Neuromancer

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    adaptation prohibiting her eyes from being seen.  “...the glasses were surgically inset, sealing her sockets.  The silver lenses seemed to grow from smooth pale skin above her cheekbones...” (Gibson 24) The eyes are said to be windows to the soul.  Many emotions and states of mind are conveyed by the eyes.  Molly, however, does not relinquish this power of perception to others.  “The lenses were empty quicksilver, regarding him with an insect calm.” (Gibson 30) The mirrored sunglasses mask key characteristics

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    Light Paper

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    light bends as it goes through glass, water and other transparent objects that are denser than air. A prism is an instrument that spreads out a ray of light into the color spectrum. A lens is another instrument that uses the light refraction, but lenses are put to more practical uses (I’m not saying that a mirror isn’t practical enough.). ______________________________________________________________________ Welcome to the wonderful world of light, including the refraction and

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