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    2002 – Ophthalmic device manufacturer Refractec Inc. today announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved CK (Conductive Keratoplasty), a procedure for farsightedness (hyperopia) in people over age 40. CK utilizes the controlled release of radiofrequency (RF) energy, instead of a laser or scalpel, to reshape the cornea. The minimally invasive CK procedure takes less than three minutes and is done in-office with only topical (eye drop) anesthesia. Farsightedness, which occurs when

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    Sears New Release

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    Sears Updates Segment Reporting; Adopts New Accounting Standard Resulting In One-Time Non-Cash Charge Of $520 Million In Second Quarter HOFFMAN ESTATES, Ill., April 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Sears, Roebuck and Co. (NYSE: S) announced total domestic store revenues for the five weeks ending April 7, 2001 were $2.56 billion. Comparable domestic store revenues decreased 5.3 percent. Total domestic store revenues decreased 5.1 percent compared with $2.7 billion for the five weeks ending April 8, 2000. "March

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    Revenge and Release in High School Lexicography Eighteenth Century British literature can be a hard sell for high school students: excepting Gulliver’s Travels, it seems they would rather chew through the ossified gum underneath their desks than the period’s personal essays and heroic couplets. Given their general reaction to the century, studying Dr. Johnson’s lexicography would not seem a sure-fire plan for pedagogical fireworks. Nevertheless, it was; I had underestimated the emotional potential

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    Myofascial Release (MFR) is defined as a hands-on soft tissue stretching technique that involves manipulating the muscles and the fascial covering.1 MFR is performed by a trained professional who applies a gentle yet progressive stretch where-by the amount of time for which the technique is applied, the direction in which the stretch is applied, and the force with which it is applied are all dependent upon the patient’s physical response to the treatment.2,3 Ultimately, it is what the therapist

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    The Difference in Energy Release of Various Alcohols In this experiment, I plan to find out the difference in energy release between different sorts of alcohols. To do this I will test how much alcohol is required to increase the temperature of 100ml of water by 30 degrees Celsius. Obviously, many factors may affect my results, therefore making them less reliable. To improve my results, I will carry out some preliminary research to see if I can improve the reliability and accuracy. Please

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    Investigating the Minimum Release Height Needed to Loop the Loop Task What is the minimum release height needed to “loop the loop.” Investigate and validate. To do this I will create a theoretical model to calculate the minimum height required for the roller coaster to just reach the top of the loop then look at the height required to fully complete a loop. I will validate my theoretical model using a track. Assumptions So I can make a relatively simple model I will have to

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    The link between the number of carbon atoms in a fuel with the amount of energy it releases Alcohols generally belong to compounds whose molecules are based on chains of carbon atoms. They usually contain one oxygen atom, which is joined to a carbon atom by a singular bond. This makes them different to other compounds. The oxygen atom is joined to the hydrogen atom as well as the carbon atom, which makes the oxygen a part of a hydroxyl group. These atoms are generally a part of a hydrocarbon chain

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    Relative Energy Release of Five Alcohols: Ethanol, Methanol, Propanol, Butanol and Propanol Aim: In this experiment I will investigate to see which alcohol releases the most energy during combustion; Methanol, Ethanol, Propanol, Butanol or Pentanol. Hypothesis: I think that the alcohols with the longest carbon chains will release the most energy. This is because when a bond is broken energy is released. This means that the alcohols with longer chains and therefore more bonds will release more energy

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    Release and Realization

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    deal with the concept and struggle of release in order to come to a realization. Both of these protagonists release different things and embark on different journeys in order to reach this point. Siddhartha learns to release his son and in turn learns a valuable life lesson which takes him one step closer to reaching his final goal. Meursault releases his freedom and is then able to come to terms with what he has always believed about life. The concept of release which results in realization is a key

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    Sustained Release

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    She ask you the following questions  What is the meaning of sustained release on medication bottle? Sustained release; “designed to release a drug in the body slowly over an extended period of time. Would explain to the patient, that the physician ordered this prescription so it would take a gradually effect on your condition. The effect is slower to avoid farther side effects or any complications that may arise if this process is speeded up”.  She used to have cream, but now has an ointment. What

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    Release In The Giver

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    their purpose, those who do not function in the community are Released. In The Giver, Release is similar to what we know as euthanasia. Release can be voluntary or involuntary. But, how does Release benefit the community? What are some positive and negative results on the Community by Release? How does Release make the society in The Giver a perfect place? And how does it benefit their world? In The Giver, Release helps eliminate those who cannot serve the Community or those who the Community cannot

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    Movie Piracy is Stealing

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    users participating in movie piracy, this creates a network of users who no longer need to go the movie theatre or video store to watch a movie. Movie piracy has grown enormously in the past few years making it easier than ever to find box office releases with the simple click of a button. This creates a world where it is okay to steal billions of dollars from movie producers, because most of those participating in piracy see nothing wrong with it. Although there are consequences for downloading copyrighted

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    Introduction The following paper analyzes the initial release of Microsoft's XBOX 360 gaming system release into the United States and the changes that occurred with the supply, demand and pricing of the product in the months following its release. The social science of economics tells us that supply, demand and price are closely related to one another and have a significant on how much of a particular good is purchased and the rate at which it is purchased by consumers. The XBOX 360 phenomenon

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    don’t know, Whitechapel hails from Knoxville, Tennessee, and is one of the most famous deathcore band in the world. Our Endless War is Whitechapel’s fifth studio album, and has received much attention and praise within the metal community since its release on 4/29/2014 via Metal Blade Records. I believe that this is Whitechapel’s best album to date, exceeding both Whitechapel and This is Exile, as it portrays the evolution of the band and their hard work through the years. The first time I listened

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    Hannibal

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    days of release in the United States and Canada, according to studio estimates issued on Sunday. If the numbers hold when final data are issued on Monday, "Hannibal" will replace 2000's "Mission: Impossible II" ($57.9 million) as the third-highest bow in movie history, after 1997's "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" ($72 million) and 1999's "Star Wars: Episode One -- The Phantom Menace" ($64.8 million). It also set new records for a non-summer opening, an R-rated release and for a release by domestic

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    Oxycontin

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    Administration has targeted as a top priority the illegal use of the prescription painkiller OxyContin in the wake of what the agency says is a dramatic and dangerous increase in the drug's availability. Simply crushing the tablet can negate the controlled-release effect of the drug, enabling abusers to swallow or snort the drug for a powerful morphinelike high. The tablet can also be crushed, mixed with water and injected. In this paper I discuss the abuse of OxyContin and other prescription painkillers.

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    more developed many changes in the environment are becoming apparent. These changes are unexpected and often faced with opposition from skeptics. One of these problems is climate change, also known as global warming. Global warming is caused by the release of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. Greenhouse gases are produced on a large scale by combustion of fossil fuels. A major contributor to greenhouse emissions is the combustion of coal, oil, and gas in power plants. Many options to fossil fuels

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    blood alcohol level was 1 ½ times the legal limit. Following his daughter’s death, Frank was charged and convicted of child endangerment and spent five and one half years in prison, of which two were spent in a pre-release work release program, before being paroled. Upon his release he attempted to reconcile with his wife but reported that she continued to blame him for their child’s death. She filed for divorce and it is uncontested. Educational and Vocational History Frank began skipping school

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    Sickle Cell Anemia

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    contain a protein called hemoglobin A, which carries oxygen to all the organs in the body. With sickle cell anemia, however, the body makes a different kind of protein, called hemoglobin S. The problem is that when a red blood cell with hemoglobin S releases oxygen, the cell changes from the usual doughnut shape to a sickle or S shape, and becomes stiff rather than soft and flexible like normal red blood cells. This "sickled cell," which resembles a crescent moon, can't continue to glide through the

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    The Militia Group

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    like other label’s websites, has a section with just the bands that are signed by the label and a section to media such as audio and video, that you can hear the different bands. In the section with the bands, each band has its own bio, tour dates, releases, specific news, and a link to their website. By displaying all this information for every band people feel that everything must be true, because no one would go to that much of an effort to make this entire up. For those people who still may still

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