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    application
  • the act of bringing something to bear; using it for a particular purpose; "he advocated the application of statistics to the problem"; "a novel application of electronics to medical diagnosis"

  • The action of putting something into operation

  • a verbal or written request for assistance or employment or admission to a school; "December 31 is the deadline for applications"

  • A formal request to an authority for something

  • the work of applying something; "the doctor prescribed a topical application of iodine"; "a complete bleach requires several applications"; "the surface was ready for a coating of paint";

  • The action or process of making such a request





    make up
  • makeup: an event that is substituted for a previously cancelled event; "he missed the test and had to take a makeup"; "the two teams played a makeup one week later"

  • The combination of qualities that form a person's temperament

  • constitution: the way in which someone or something is composed

  • Cosmetics such as lipstick or powder applied to the face, used to enhance or alter the appearance

  • The composition or constitution of something

  • constitute: form or compose; "This money is my only income"; "The stone wall was the backdrop for the performance"; "These constitute my entire belonging"; "The children made up the chorus"; "This sum represents my entire income for a year"; "These few men comprise his entire army"





    lessons
  • Instruct or teach (someone)

  • (lesson) a unit of instruction; "he took driving lessons"

  • (lesson) example: punishment intended as a warning to others; "they decided to make an example of him"

  • (lesson) moral: the significance of a story or event; "the moral of the story is to love thy neighbor"

  • Admonish or rebuke (someone)











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Hanna Instruments HI 99163N Portable pH and Temp Meter For Meat Applications


Hanna Instruments HI 99163N Portable pH and Temp Meter For Meat Applications



The Hanna Instruments HI 99163N is a portable, waterproof, hazard analysis and critical control point (HACCP) compliant pH and temperature meter designed for use in the meat processing industry, is supplied with the FC 232D combination pH and temperature probe and the FC 099 conical tip with stainless penetration blade. The FC 232 D probe features a cleanable polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) body, and has a diffusion prevention sleeve to protect it from clogging in viscous liquids, with a viscolene electrolyte that is designed to be safe for food applications. The probe has a DIN connector and 1 m (3.3’) cable for reaching test sites.
The HI 99163N meter features a large multi-level LCD screen, and automatic temperature compensation (ATC) from 0 to 60 degrees C (32 to 140 degrees F). A battery percent displays at startup, an auto off function after 8 minutes, and the battery error protection system (BEPS) helps to prevent inaccurate readings. The meter comes with (3) AAA 1.5 V batteries that provide approximately 1200 hours of continuous use. Calibration is automatic at one or two points, and starter calibration and cleaning sachets are included.
pH range is -2.00 to 16.00 (+ or - 0.02pH) with a resolution of 0.01 pH. Temperature range is - 5.0 to 105.0 degrees C (23.0 to 221.0 degrees F) + or - 0.5 degrees C (up to 60 degrees C), + or - 1 degree C (outside); + or - 1.0 degree F (up to 140 degrees F), + or - 2 degrees F (outside), with a resolution of 0.1 degrees C or F. Dimensions are 152 x 58 x 30 mm (6.0 x 2.3 x 1.2”), with weight 205g (7.2 oz.).
pH testers measure the acidity or alkalinity of a substance and are commonly used by researchers, manufacturers, and hobbyists.
Hanna Instruments manufactures a wide variety of analytical instrumentation, including pH meters, multi-parameter meters, electrodes, chemical reagents and buffer solutions. Founded in 1978, Hanna is headquartered in Woonsocket, RI, with subsidiaries located in 32 countries. Hanna Instruments holds many firsts in the field of analytical instrumentation, including the world’s first pH electrode with a built in temperature sensor, electronic pocket-sized pH tester, and replaceable electrode pH pocket tester. To assure the quality of its products, Hanna is a vertically integrated manufacturer and does not subcontract any part of its manufacturing.
What’s in the Box?
Meter
FC 232D pH/temperature probe
FC 099 stainless steel blade tip
HI 70004 pH 4.01 and HI 70007 pH 7.01 buffer solution sachets
HI 700630 electrode acid cleaning solution sachets for meat, grease and fats (2)
(3) 1.5V AAA batteries
Instructions
Hard carrying case










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Aries Horoscope for Year 2011




Aries Horoscope for Year 2011







Jupiter expands whatever he touches. He usually spends about 13 months in each zodiac sign. His job is to bring joy, adventure, open-mindedness, advanced education, travel, global perspectives, and a sense that we are all one big happy family and not so very different from each other. Because of his expansive tendencies, he brings “prosperity” and “abundance” to whatever concept he is focused on. If things are good, he brings an abundance of good. If things are bad, he brings an abundance of bad.



As 2011 begins, Jupiter is still in Pisces and your twelfth house until January 22nd when he moves into Aries and your first house. Normally, Jupiter spends about 13 months in each zodiac sign, but this year it is a bit different. Jupiter flies through Aries at mach speed and then moves into Taurus and your second house on June 4th where he will stay for the rest of this year.



In Pisces, Jupiter focuses on kindness, compassion, charity, emotional well-being, spirituality, intuition, empathy, and bringing a sense of “magic” to the world.



For Aries, he will be in your twelfth house of mental health, spiritual mysteries, secrets, bureaucracies, and “hidden forces that work behind the scenes”. Hosting Jupiter in this area of your chart should be of great help when dealing with government agencies, large corporations, institutions, hospitals, prisons, and other bureaucracies. Jupiter brings good luck to these areas of your life, so you could find that things work in your favor. Jupiter will also be working to bring you more joy, inner peace, happiness, and a sense of well-being into your spiritual practices, relaxation efforts, and emotional processes. When other planets clash with Jupiter during his time in Pisces and your twelfth house, you could see a marked increase in deception, gullibility, addictions, self-destruction, and/or bureaucracy. However, Jupiter’s goal is always to bestow blessings upon you whenever he can.



In Aries, Jupiter embraces Aries’ pioneering spirit, enthusiasm, fiery passion, and willingness to compete for the sheer entertainment of it. Unlike Aquarius’ teamwork approach to life, Aries is all about racing to the top and being number one. Aries is generous, boisterous, and charming. The competitive nature is not a selfish or mean energy, but a childlike “last one there’s a rotten egg!” type of playful energy. Jupiter can have great fun bringing more of this optimistic can-do energy into the world.



For Aries, it happens in your first house of “me”. This is the area of your chart that governs your outer personality, your appearance, and your sense of self-identity. This is a lucky time for you. You are encouraged to learn, grow, stretch your wings, and reach for your dreams. Of course, there are times when you can be “too Aries-like”, but overall you should find that your generous, charming, and fun side is magnetizing people into your life.



In Taurus, Jupiter helps to expand Taurus’ love of financial security, materialism, comfort, status, self-worth, and “mine”. Taurus rules over assets, wages, salaries, personal wealth, net worth, and one’s sense of self-esteem. Globally, we will see the economy rebounding in a strong and stable manner. Like Taurus the Bull, we could also see an increase in stubbornness, caution, and conservatism. After Aries’ fiery power, it is natural to then move into a strong but quiet personal power. Taurus loves good food, good wine, a comfortable sized savings account, and the ability to relax and enjoy the finer things in life without fear of poverty or competition. Jupiter helps to boost this type of environment.



For Aries, Jupiter will be in your second house of personal wealth, assets, salaries, wages, net worth, and self-worth. You have the planet in charge of good luck, abundance and prosperity in the zodiac sign of personal wealth and the house of personal wealth. This is an excellent time for working on finding ways to bring more financial stability into your life.







Saturn creates our personal challenges and “tough love” learning experiences. He usually spends about two and a half years in each zodiac sign. His job is to create learning experiences that are often uncomfortable but ultimately quite meaningful. Saturn also rules over karma, cause and effect, ethics, and our sense of civic duty. Therefore, it is not only important that we learn our life lessons well, but that we also conduct ourselves with honor and integrity while going through these challenges. If we stay out of trouble, behave ethically, buckle down, and learn our lessons well, then Saturn rewards us with a gift just before he leaves that zodiac sign. For example, if Saturn were traveling through the area of our charts that deals with professionalism, leadership, and success, then he would teach us some tough lessons about those concepts. Then, if we learned our lessons and we behaved ourselves while doing so, Saturn wo











Yu Hwang-Wu Caricature




Yu Hwang-Wu  Caricature





[Yu Hwang Wu's Language Essay] Study Strategy & Tips for Success in '2011 College Entrance Exam'





Even before the lingering storm of college entrance exam for 2010 academic year is gone, the 2011 academic year college scholastic ability test already entered its count-down. To-be high school 3rd graders testees and repeaters are facing a period left with not even 'D-300' that they should jump-start preparation in earnest for college scholastic ability test.



In particular, as the 2011 academic year college entrance exam is the last college entrance test which will present questions from the same contents and scope as earlier college scholastic ability tests, competitions are expected fierce and tensions are rising among the testees. On top of that, candidates screening methods of colleges grew much more diverse, and 'the 2011 college entrance exam' is demanding even more tightly established test strategy than ever before.



In order to shatter the 'weights' by the 'vagueness' on what and how to start and college entrance policy etc different from last year, we set out for the support of to-be-testees with the 'Study Strategy & Tips for Success in '2011 College Entrance Exam' with the help of the president of 'Yu Hwang Wu Language Essay'.



^Firmly establish the goal such as college and major that suit your career vision and aptitude!



That is by all means the first thing you are to do before jump-starting college scholastic ability test mode. When your goals are not firmly set up, your preparation is very liable to fall prostrate not finding any clue after all. Hence, you are advised to find out the aptitude and career path of your own, check your own conditions, set up goal by deciding on five to six colleges and majors that you want to enter, and then prepare for the college entrance exam.



Once your goal is thus established, you are on your way to find the screening requirements that suit your conditions and set up the exam strategy for entrance to your desired college and major. Of course, on such basis, sufficiently feasible specific study plan will also need be set up as well.



^Devise study strategy by the periods for the college scholastic ability test that is not even 300 days ahead!



The study strategy required for the testees by the major periods is the method of using the time until the real test most effectively. Without setting up strategy period-specifically like winter vacation, 1st semester, simulated test, summer vacation and 2nd semester etc, you cannot but fall into a pitfall of feeling monotonous throughout the test preparing period or doing only skin-deep study on the lessons that you have accomplished so far.



From March when the 1st semester starts, it is best to proceed with preparation for occasional application openings strategically with focus on regular application opportunities. To look at application with mid upper level, preparation for 3rd grade 1st semester intramural transcript also should endeavored. During summer vacation that offers long study period with the highest study efficiency among test preparation periods, you might seriously determine whether to apply for occasional openings, and set up and prepare for the goal by it. This period is also the days when you finally decide on the elective courses of college scholastic ability test. In September which is the period to jump-start full scale preparation for college scholastic ability test, you really need simulated test based study. It means you are demanded to be accustomed to the study of college scholastic ability test type. You just need to arrange the question trends and types by solving previously presented questions of college scholastic ability test by the areas, and checking incorrect answers is a simply must.





^Set up plan for occasional application openings in tune with the extended opportunities of occasional screening!



The quota for 2011 academic year occasional application opening is estimated 230,000 or so which is an increase of 10,000 or so over last year. It means occasional openings comprise the majority, which represents over 60% of the entire application quota. Hence, to testees, setting up plan for occasional openings is not a consideration done 'if necessary' but is a 'must'.



In particular, the criteria of occasional special openings that screened only with transcripts and assay previously are anticipated to diversify to more options like local balanced development, local leading talents, special talent holder, excellent potential ability holder, and principal recommendation etc, so testees can approach one step further toward success in college entrance only if they check the major contents of each opening and prepare for openings that are just right for themselves.



In addition, let's not forget to check that colleges are increasingly conducting aptitude tests in occasional application openings. As aptitude test presents questions in object









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Lessons (and other morbid drabbles)






A man learns a painful and valuable lesson... one finger at a time.
An old couple bickers over disgusting leftovers.
Kids go ignored when they tell their parents about the horrors that lurk in their bedrooms, until it's too late...

LESSONS AND OTHER MORBID DRABBLES is a collection of 25 100-word shorts that range from darkly comic to downright terrifying and wrong. Some shorts feature ghouls and monsters while others are simply about people behaving very, very badly. Which is scarier? Find out in this sick and twisted collection.

They may only be a few words long, but that doesn't lessen the bloodshed any...

(Want more drabbles? LESSONS II: Another Morbid Drabble Collection and LESSONS III: Demonic Dolls and Other Morbid Drabbles are now available.)
________________________________________________________________

"You will laugh when you read LESSONS. You will shiver. You may not sleep again."
--John Fitch V, author of A GALAXY AT WAR and OBLOERON: THE RISE OF THE DARK FALCON (coming soon)

"It's hard to write a good story in exactly 100 words. It's even harder to do it twenty-five times in a row. But Michael Crane pulls it off. He really knows how to hit you in the gut and keep on swinging. I loved this little collection, and I think you will, too."
--Daniel Pyle, author of DISMEMBER and DOWN THE DRAIN

"I know what you're thinking - stories in under a 100-words? That sounds ridiculous and unenjoyable. But you're wrong. Dead wrong. They are morbid, but they're fun and quick and perfect."
--Amanda Hocking, author of HOLLOWLAND and the MY BLOOD APPROVES series

"Do you like horror? Do you like bite sized pizza? If so, you'll love Michael Crane's LESSONS AND OTHER MORBID DRABBLES. Each story here is exactly 100 words long. They're just as delicious, quick to consume, and horrifyingly bad for you as those little pizza snacks. Enjoy!"
--Daniel Arenson, author of THE GODS OF DREAM, FLAMING DOVE and FIREFLY ISLAND

"LESSONS by Michael Crane is a wonderfully campy, disgusting, funny, and ironic collection... They snag you by the title and by the time you reach the last sentence, you excitedly turn to the next page, where even more snippets of horror goodness awaits you."
--Robert J. Duperre, JOURNAL OF ALWAYS, and author of THE RIFT series

A man learns a painful and valuable lesson... one finger at a time.
An old couple bickers over disgusting leftovers.
Kids go ignored when they tell their parents about the horrors that lurk in their bedrooms, until it's too late...

LESSONS AND OTHER MORBID DRABBLES is a collection of 25 100-word shorts that range from darkly comic to downright terrifying and wrong. Some shorts feature ghouls and monsters while others are simply about people behaving very, very badly. Which is scarier? Find out in this sick and twisted collection.

They may only be a few words long, but that doesn't lessen the bloodshed any...

(Want more drabbles? LESSONS II: Another Morbid Drabble Collection and LESSONS III: Demonic Dolls and Other Morbid Drabbles are now available.)
________________________________________________________________

"You will laugh when you read LESSONS. You will shiver. You may not sleep again."
--John Fitch V, author of A GALAXY AT WAR and OBLOERON: THE RISE OF THE DARK FALCON (coming soon)

"It's hard to write a good story in exactly 100 words. It's even harder to do it twenty-five times in a row. But Michael Crane pulls it off. He really knows how to hit you in the gut and keep on swinging. I loved this little collection, and I think you will, too."
--Daniel Pyle, author of DISMEMBER and DOWN THE DRAIN

"I know what you're thinking - stories in under a 100-words? That sounds ridiculous and unenjoyable. But you're wrong. Dead wrong. They are morbid, but they're fun and quick and perfect."
--Amanda Hocking, author of HOLLOWLAND and the MY BLOOD APPROVES series

"Do you like horror? Do you like bite sized pizza? If so, you'll love Michael Crane's LESSONS AND OTHER MORBID DRABBLES. Each story here is exactly 100 words long. They're just as delicious, quick to consume, and horrifyingly bad for you as those little pizza snacks. Enjoy!"
--Daniel Arenson, author of THE GODS OF DREAM, FLAMING DOVE and FIREFLY ISLAND

"LESSONS by Michael Crane is a wonderfully campy, disgusting, funny, and ironic collection... They snag you by the title and by the time you reach the last sentence, you excitedly turn to the next page, where even more snippets of horror goodness awaits you."
--Robert J. Duperre, JOURNAL OF ALWAYS, and author of THE RIFT series










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