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    accurately measuring thermal strains, particularly on large structures where welded strain gages cannot be used, a reversible bonded strain gage was developed. Basically it is a special polyimide strain gage which is same on both the base side and cover side so that it can be used both ways. It can be used to measure strains at temperatures under 250oC (482oF) of a structure made of aluminum alloys or composites (to which its difficult to weld a strain gage).These gages can be can be peeled after taking

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    parallel with R3 + R4 Alternatively, if R1, R2, and R3 are known, but R2 is not adjustable, the voltage or current flow through the meter can be used to calculate the value of Rx, using Kirchhoff's circuit laws. This setup is frequently used in strain gauge and Resistance Temperature Detector measurements, as it is usually faster to read a voltage level off a meter than to adjust a resistance to zero the voltage. First, we can use the first Kirchhoff rule to find the currents in junctions B

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    Battle of Lexington

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    Deven is watching the British come closer and so I think this is a tragic point for him to accept. As the story goes on it is the next morning, and attention is called to a man named John Parker. At this point the British soldiers along with General Gage were marching toward concord. When this occurred there were also minutemen or the American soldiers waiting there as well to engage in a battle. This is seen in the poem. The man tells John Parker to look outside his windows and to witness independence

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    Wrestling Match Loss

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    big. I started the season off well, but didn't win a tournament until late in the season in Lake County. In the finals of that tournament I wrestled a kid from Cedaredge by the name of Roy Gage. The reason that I singled this match out is because you will probably be hearing quite a bit more about Mr. Gage. In a previous dual match, I had pinned Roy in the first period and he didn't seem to be much more than a du... ... middle of paper ... ...e mat in disbelief. It took me a while to recover

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    apartment…" While I was talking to my audience I could see their facial expressions and knew they understood and felt it was unnecessary to expand on those details. This is precisely where the structures of written and oral delivery differ. I can gage the reaction of my audience in real-time—their reactions to my story are instantaneous and visible to me—the speaker. Using audience reaction, a speaker can choose to incorporate or leave out certain details that are, perhaps, unavoidably features

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    Causes of the American Revolution

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    began the war of Independence, when America won its right to be free. There were many causes for the American Revolution. However most of them stemmed from paying for the French-Indian War. After the war, in 1763, the British began to feel the strain that often follows the war.(Langley, 14) To raise money Parliament passed the stamp act in 1965, which required the colonists to use special stamped paper for all legal documents, mortgages, deeds, newspapers, almanacs and pamphlets. (Gottschalk,

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    sociological methods

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    explore any area that our respondent unexpectedly enlightened us to, this also hindered us from asking any supplementary questions that may have furthered our findings (Punch, 1998). A non-structured approach was instantly ruled out as we wished to gage specific attitudes and experiences of drugs from our respondents. A non-standardised interview could have left us with an abundance of irrelevant material and little of any actual use. The semi-structured method has many benefits. Not only does this

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    Pet Cemetery

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    Pet Sematary Louis Creed is a doctor who moves his family to Ludlow, Maine from Chicago because of a job he accepted as an MD at some University. His family (Rachel, his wife, Ellie, his daughter, and Gage, his baby son) are happy about moving, thought they soon will come to have reservations. Both children are hurt on the first day of the move. Louis makes friends with an old man across the road named Jud Crandall, who promises to show them where the path behind their house leads. It is with

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    Elizabeth Simpson Inchbald

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    They entertained a large circle of friends and their home served as “the gathering place of the local society.” i[1] They were on good terms with the local gentry, attending Mass at a small Roman Catholic chapel in Coldham Hall, the home of the Gage family.ii[2] Mrs. Simpson encouraged her daughters to read novels and plays, and the family often attended plays at a small theater in nearby Bury, where Elizabeth developed a fascination with the theater.iii[3] At the age of eighteen, she set

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    Serial Killers

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    locations in the brain that are used in intricate systems that serve as the human moral compass (1).Changes in the brain have long been known to change the behaviors of a man. In the famous example of Phineas Gage, an accident at his job caused an iron rod to pierce through Gage's skull. Gage was able to stand and speak a... ... middle of paper ... ...ield. http://www.channel4.com/science/microsites/E/equinox/psyc_transcript.html 7)Towards a Unified Theory of William Jefferson Clinton, It

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