The subject matter of this paper is the modification oftemporalrelationinthe complex sentencewiththetemporalclause. At the functional different Ser- bian language corpus the author notices the next types of modified temporality: excepted locational simultaneity complete or partial, and excepted locational- orientational posteriority formalized by the structure V SAMO / JEDINO / OSIM/SEM / IZUZEV (ONDA) KAD V Sub , and excepted locational simulta- neity / excepted terminativity formalized by the structure V SAMO DOK (Neg) V Sub ; sutuational locational simultaneity complete or partial formalized by the structure V U SITUACIJI / U SLUČAJU KAD V Sub , withthe posibility to be exceptivly modified inthe structure V IZUZEV U SITUACIJI / U SLUČAJU KAD V Sub ; situational-concessive locational simultaneity complete or partial formalized by the structure V (ČAK) I (ONDA) KAD V Sub ; situational-con- ditional locational-orientational posteriority formalized by the structure V TEK (ONDA) KAD V Sub , and situational-conditional orientational posteriority for- malized by the structure V TEK POŠTO V Sub or V TEK NAKON ŠTO V Sub and situational-conditional orientational quantified posteriority formalized by the structure V Quant TEK POŠTO V Sub , and finaly situational-conditional terminativity formalized by the structure (Neg) V SVE DOK Neg V Sub . It can ocure sporadically supstitutiv temporality formalized by the structure V Det Temp (U)MESTO KAD V Sub , and consecutive-adversative temporality formalized by the structure KAD V Sub A (ONDA) V.
A glacier inventory represents a snapshot ofthe glacier geometrical extent, typically at a single point in time. Our glacier inventories are generally not a single point in time but cover a range of times, though each glacier outline has a distinct time stamp. Comparing multiple glacier invento- ries through time allows investigation of changes insomeofthe basic glacier geometry parameters. Changes in glacier area and length reflect the glacier’s total response (Oerle- mans, 2001). At smaller regional scales, area and length changes of individual glaciers manifest themselves differ- ently to the presumably more or less uniform driving cli- mate signal, due to variable glacier response times. Glacier response time is proportional to thickness and inversely pro- portional to the ablation rate at the terminus (e.g. Jóhan- nesson et al., 1989), such that front positions of small thin glaciers respond more quickly to the same climate change signal. Above a critical glacier size (i.e. larger glaciers) and holding all mass balance gradients similar, theory and mod- eling experiments predict a decreasing response time, with increasing glacier size resulting from the dynamic controls on response time (Bahr et al., 1998; Pfeffer et al., 1998). Estimated response times for Svalbard glaciers are inthe range of decades to centuries, implying that observed front position changes still contain signals from earlier climatic events – especially true for Epoch 1. Epoch 2 changes may reflect climate changes during both Epoch 1 and Epoch 2. In Svalbard, the frequent surging behavior of many Svalbard glaciers (Lefauconnier and Hagen, 1991; Hagen et al., 1993; Hamilton and Dowdeswell, 1996; Jiskoot et al., 2000; Sund et al., 2009) complicates reconstructions of past climate from change records (as in Oerlemans, 2005). Finally, since each inventory represents a single glacier snapshot, the variation intemporal separation between inventories (epoch length), and its relationwiththe timing of each individual glaciers response will influence the observed average change rates. Enhanced interpretation of these changes may be possible withthe inclusion of an accurate surge glacier inventory. This was not completed for this study due to insecurities in defin- ing exactly which glaciers have fully surged or only partially surged (Sund et al., 2009) especially over the decadal time period of this study where glaciers that have surged may not be visible inthe area changes given the long time span be- tween the inventories. Future work should focus on generat- ing such an inventory.
performed better than maternity unit A in terms of breastfeeding encouragement activities (a statistically significant difference). The lower level of usage of water, tea and formula at maternity unit B helped it to a higher percentage of exclusive breastfeeding than maternity unit A (p < 0.001). At maternity unit B, somemodifications were made withrelation to supporting breastfeeding, with management support: the selection of a nursing auxiliary to be responsible for daily individual visits to recently delivered mothers, for guidance and support with lactation management; reclining chairs were commissioned for the wards, offering increased comfort while breastfeeding; scaled-down copies ofthe Health Ministrys serial album on breastfeeding; posters on breastfeeding inthe wards; educational pamphlets on breastfeeding distributed to recently delivered mothers at hospital discharge; and refusing permission to use pacifiers and bottles.
Here 1013.25 is the pressure at sea level in mil/bar, z is the altitude in meters. Knowing p 0 ( z ) and therelation for resistance to flow, the pressure variation on the human body have been computed by the following method. We have
The structural stability ofthe ZnAL26Cu2.2 and ZnAl26Ti1.6 alloys was investigated using XRD examinations during long term natural ageing after casting, as well as during long term natural ageing after super-saturation and quenching. On the basis ofthe performed examinations it was stated that small Ti addition to the binary ZnAl25 alloy, apart from structure refinement, accelerates decomposition ofthe primary α' phase giving stable structure in a shorter period of time in comparison withthe alloy without Ti addition. Addition of Ti in amount of 1.6 wt.%, totally replacing Cu, allows obtaining stable structure and dimensions and allows avoiding structural instability caused by the metastable ε−CuZn 4 phase present inthe ZnAl26Cu2.2 alloy.
Gupta (2000) views gender to refer to the widely shared expectations and norms within a society about appropriate male and female behavior, characteristics, and roles. It is a social and cultural construct that differentiates women from men and defines the ways in which women and men interact. Worthy to note that there has been some controversy on the social relationship between the two sexes that make up gender and this has raised a lot of dust and storm. Agriculture is the most assured engine of growth and development and reliable key to industrialization. Nigeria is the largest producer of cassava inthe world (Ogbe et al, 2003). It is a very important staple food consumed in different forms by millions of Nigerians. Cassava roots are rich in energy, containing mainly starch and soluble carbohydrates, but are poor in protein. Cassava is once seen as the food for the poor but due to its value addition it is therefore a food for all. These and other features endowed it with a special capacity to bridge the gap in food security, poverty alleviation and environmental protection (Clair et.al, 2000). In many rural areas in Nigeria and several developing countries, women play a crucial role in providing and improving household food security (CTA, 2005).
Arterial ageing is a process that can be quantiied, at least to some degree, by measurement of pulse wave velocity along the aorta, the largest elastic artery, as a marker of arterial stifness. In recent years the new concept of early vascular ageing (EVA) has been developed by a group of mostly European researchers and some reviews have been published. Based on a lecture given at the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) Meeting in Vienna 2014, this review was written to describe recent developments in research dedicated to EVA and new emerging aspects found in studies of families at high cardiovascular (CV) risk. This brings new perspectives related to genetics, telomere biology, and the role of gut microbiota. Even if EVA has been described in general terms there is still no unifying deinition available and no direct treatment, only recommendations for conventional CV risk factor control. However, a new intervention study (SPARTE) is ongoing in France with a randomised design to treat arterial stifness in patients with hypertension versus conventional treatment strategies. Results are expected in a few years and will be of importance in deining the role of arterial stifness, a core feature of EVA, as a target for treatment.
Three samples were collected for each ofthe 4 testing situations, to avoid random results: Inthe resting condition with labial sealing children and adolescents kept sat in a relaxed position ofthe lips and jaw without contacting the dental arches for 10 seconds. No guidelines were given regarding posture ofthe tongue. For maximum dental inter- cuspation children and adolescents were asked to tight their teeth into occlusion with maximum force on a piece of Parailm ®, folded into 5 parts for a time of 5 seconds without a break and relax only after the verbal command ofthe examiner 9-11 . In
delivery systems . Since then it has come to encompass any use of mobile telephony technology to address healthcare challenges such as access, quality, affordability, matching of resources, and behavioral norms . mHealth technologies are a valuable partner in health care’s shift towards a delivery model that is patient-centered and value- based. Mobile technologies can help to facilitate that shift among clinicians, life scientists, and consumers by defining and directing the patient-centered model towards health care that is community-based, integrated, seamless, and assimilated into the daily lives of consumers accustomed to an ’on-demand’ environment. Globally, the demand for mHealth has also been growing. The global mHealth market was estimated at $1.2 billion in 2011 and experts project that the market’s value would increase to $11.8 billion by 2018, implying that the demand is growing at an annual growth rate of 39 percent. Kenya has been on the fore front inthe application ofthe mobile phone technology platform in providing solution to the social problems inthe community. Qiang  in a World Bank report on mobile applications for the health sector indicated that Kenya has been the cutting edge ofthe use of mobile technology for development, with its M-PESA mMoney scheme having become a model for similar programs around the world. However, the report revealed that, the country’s adoption ofthe mHealth technology remains low, while the landscape ofthe industry is changing rapidly as mHealth enterprises come and go. Half ofthe mHealth enterprises are less than two years old, and their commercial viability is still in question; only four percent are for profit, and none from any public sector are currently operating sustainably. Several mHealth programs inthe country have been launched and run not for profit by the NGOs. For Instance, the Kenyan integrated mobile Maternal and Newborn Child Health information platform (KimMNCHip) which is a national scale effort to provide affordable and accessible mobile health solutions to all pregnant women and mothers with children under 5 everywhere in Kenya. It is run by a cross-sector partnership between the Government of Kenya, Safaricom, World Vision, Care, AMREF, and NetHope . The programme was launched to make use ofthe 29.2 million mobile subscribers in Kenya on assumption that at least every household, has a phone therefore it is easy to reach the 41 million Kenyans through the mHealth platform.
synthetic system sand with bentonite. This is so when the sand mix is made from fresh components. In roller mixers the rebonding agent is distributed during the repeated cycles of compaction and loosening, while the acting forces must be greater than cohesion. For that reason kneading and spreading operations are performed by the roller systems, involving rolling and slipping .
Figure 2 shows the dialog box for assigning the signii cance of each criterion related to others inthe predei ned table. h e predei ned table with nine op- tions is Saaty’s most famous scale for assigning the weights that is coni dent in solving real problems of business systems. Saaty’s scale for conversion of lin- guistic statements while comparing the signii cance of pairs of criteria is put as a standard due to its sim- plicity. h e manager most ot en dei nes the relations between the criteria, and therefore the subjective as- pect ofthe decision making is apparent.
Essence of modification of silumins boils to change of form or size of silicon crystals present as eutectic or primary ones. Perfect sliding properties and high abrasion resistance of hypereutectoid silumins result from their structure, which can be characterized by precipitations of primary crystals of silicon in soft eutectic groundmass. Primary crystals of silicon are unfavorable due to their impact on machinability of material. They bring about considerable wear of tools and have negative effect on conditions of machined surface (big roughness). In case of hypereutectic silumins, by introduction of active nucleuses of crystallization are refined mainly a brittle, hard precipitations of primary silicon . High content o silicon results in necessity of superheating ofthe alloy in limits of 850 – 900 C and keeping it
Carbon steel C120U grade is largely used on the tools for cutting, for dies and knives, for stamping and drawing tools, hobs, thread rolling tools and in many other applications due to her typical properties - high hardness, good toughness and compressive strength. The surface ofthe steel can be modified by using surface engineering's techniques. Remelting ofthe surface layer by the source of concentrated energy is promising technique to improve properties ofthe materials [1-6]. Laser or electron beam use to melting ofthe surface of tool steels aims to obtain a modified layer with increased microhardness and abrasion resistance [7,8]. The surface remelted layer has usually a finer and more homogenous structure than its original base material. The remelting withthe arc plasma (TIG- tungsten inert gas or GTAW - gas tungsten arc welding) used as an economical and easily
The state of democracy to promote opportunities for citizens can participate actively to the government, certainly opportunities that present because recognition ofthe community. Inthe use of electronic government should the people get the benefits more, although not inthe meaning can be served inthe office. Based on the results of research. Electronic government benefits are still seen inthe context ofthe city licensing the inability to provide maximum benefit of Samarinda, this was found on the difficulty ofthe community toaccess due to www.bpptspkotasamarinda.go.id on a system in pt. telkom of Samarinda to provide service that led the community cannot access the licensing portal. This certainly take the public rights to be served in full as citizens. Explicitly that value benefits provided by the city licensing office of Samarinda not give the effect on the quality of services rendered .The government should have a moral obligation to ensure that the solution developed through the process is fully in accordance with norms of justice and honesty, and achieved through a process that is fully in accordance with norms and ethics of democracy. Then according to Denhart and Denhart (2003) which said that public services new government plays an important role and active in creating an arena in which the population through discourse can reveal values together and develop a sense of collectively to the public interest. The administrator ofthe public not only respond to different voices compromization through the formation, but will have to involve the population so that they understand each other interests and eventually use of understanding the interests ofthe community and the community more broadly inthe long term. In addition to do this very important for the realization of democratic values inthe process benefits to value, of course must be supported with a variety of elements or, as said by Lewell 2001 that (value) these benefits are composed the process of input, the process and outcames, which gives an emphasis on the usefulness of a policy. To this policy can be received by citizens. The government should adatif every there are all sensitive and community pressure to change and towards the improvement of quality of service.
The tested steels have wide application as a construction material, meeting particular conditions of loading during exploitation. Steel S355NL is often used in building constructions and machine construction, operating, among others areas in mining, drilling and motor industry. Steel X5CrNi18-10 according to the standard PN-EN 10088, is ranked as resistant to corrosion. It is used in many industrial branches such as in food and chemical industry, in devices used in medicine or households. The type is widely used due to its chemical capacity in contact with many types of chemical compounds.
Table (1) show the eating quality attributes of camel meat and beef. The result showed that hunter lightness (L) values were highly significant (P< 0.001) between the types of meat. Beef recorded higher values of lightness compared to camel meat as (35.40 and 29.56) respectively. Redness (a) values was significantly (P< 0.01) between the types of meat studied, hence beef recorded the higher values than that in camel meat as (19.60 and 16.45) respectively. The yellowness (b) values were significantly (P< 0.001) different between treatments, However, beef recorded the higher values than in camel meat as (7.78 and 5.10) respectively. Water holding capacity (WHC) was not significantly (P> 0.05) different among the two types of meat studied. The WHC values were (3.07 and 2.67) for camel and beef respectively. Shear force, which measures muscle tenderness, was not significantly (P> 0.05) different among the two types of meat studied. However, beef recorded the lower values than in camel meat as (4.60 and 5.11) respectively. Connective tissue strength values were highly significant (P< 0.001) between the types of meat. Hence, camel meat recorded higher values than beef as (3.57 and 2.62) respectively.
where is a set of linear restrictions that transforms the unrestricted model (1) on restricted model (2). 8 In our case, the restriction implies that the age, trend and (orthogonal) time dummies are sufficient to explain the behavior of each estimated statistic order across cells and over time. Imposing the restrictions means estimating weighted least squares regressions on the grouped data, for each quantile and education group separately. This procedure will give us consistent estimates of . Under the null that the restrictions are valid, the minimized value follows a chi-square distribution with degrees of freedom equal to the number of restrictions. In order to construct the test statistics, we only have to sum up the weighted squared residuals, that is, the estimated percentiles minus the predicted values minus the orthogonal time dummies.
Checking the dependency of attributes is done to omit the un- necessary attributes, the step which can be of crucial importance in optimising the decision-making process. A smaller number of attributes means less of a dialogue withthe user and quicker search ofthe rule base looking for adequate procedure of reason- ing. Inthe case of decision tables that contain very large sets of redundant attributes (created during the operations associated with data mining), the possibilities of reduction can become critical elements in building of a knowledge base. A totally different situation occurs when the decision table is created by knowledge engineers in a controlled manner, based on e.g. literature, expert knowledge, and/or standards, when the set of attributes is authori- tatively created basing on the available knowledge about the phenomena. In this case, the reduction of attributes is not neces- sary, as it can be assumed that the number of unnecessary attributes (if any) shall not deteriorate the model classificability.
The TLE-MTS and JME groups were paired according to age, gender, duration of epilepsy and age at epilepsy onset. MTS occurred more frequently on left side (146 patients; 58.8%), followed by right (86; 34.6%) and by 16 in which this lesion was seen bilaterally (6.6%). Seventy-nine patients had a history of initial precipitant injury (IPI), febrile seizures being the most frequent (45 cases; 56.9%). There were also 24 cases of head trauma, 7 of meningoencephalitis and 3 of perinatal hypoxia. The majority of MTS patients (191; 77%) had been in use of association of two or more AED. Carbamazepine (CBZ), in monotherapy or in association with other drugs, was the most frequent AED (162 patients; 65.3%), followed by phenobarbital (PB) (74; 29.8%). Benzodiazepines were the most frequently associated drugs, being prescribed in 111 patients (44.7%).
The females G.S.I. presents two peak, the first in early winter, in January 2012, (1.15 % ± 0.66 %) and the second inthe late winter, in March 2011, (1.45 % ± 0.83 %), and reached the lowest value in autumn. However, the higher values of males G.S.I. were observed in winter, in February 2012 (1.77 % ± 0.52 %), and in spring in March 2011( 1.72 % ± 1.4 %) and April 2011 ( 1.86 % ± 0.88 %) and reached the lowest value in autumn and summer. Similar findings have been reported by Hood and al., (1988) and Sullivan et al., (2003) on Conger. oceanicus and C.conger, respectively. Nevertheless, Correia et al., (2009), showed that the G. S. I. was lowest in autumn and high during winter and spring seasons. This was probably due to mobilization of somatic energy for the development of ovaries. The decline of G.S.I. from April to December 2011in female and from May 2011 to January 2012 in male may be due to the migration ofthe broodstock. Indeed, the reproduction is carried out in deep water, south-east of Sardinia inthe Mediterranean Sea. A spawning ground exists inthe Sardinia channel at depths between 600 and, at least, 800 m inthe Mediterranean Sea (Cau and Manconi, 1983). The females H.S.I. showed two pairs of peak, first in winter, in January 2012 (1.89 % ± 0.36 %) and March 2011 (1.80 % ± 0.51 %), and the second in summer, in July 2011 (1.75 % ± 0.78 %) and September 2011 (1.84 % ± 0.66 %). The summer peaks coincided with hepatic fats deposits due to intense feeding activity, probably because ofthe abundant food, useful for fish gonad maturation (Abi-Ayad et al., 2011). The peaks measured in January and March was correlated withthe dynamic of G. S. I. these can be explained either by the action of liver (precursor synthesis products involved in