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L.S. Dunes, are coming out of the gate as the biggest new band of the year: The band is fronted by Anthony Green (Saosin, Circa Survive), with Frank Iero (My Chemical Romance), Tucker Rule and Tim Payne (Thursday), and Travis Stever (Coheed and Cambria). They've only played a handful of shows, but their post-punk and hardcore resume speaks for itself. The issue comes with an EXCLUSIVE flexi track, a demo version of the album track, "2022."
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In this issue: The Hamel Music Center opens, L&S museums and collections offer a fascinating trail of discovery, and our Institute for Research on Poverty is still tackling one of society's most intractable problems after 50 years.
In this issue: Exploring our origins, the territorial nature of loons, research on genocide, a first-generation college student's perspective--and much more! Please read and share these great stories of teaching, research and the student experience in the College of Letters & Science.
The Melling tech department is finding that customers are experiencing repeat AFM lifter failures. Please carefully review this video to assist when rebuilding an LS engine with a failed AFM lifter. They can be identified by the compressed state of the exterior spring. This indicates an issue with the VLOM manifold assembly. This includes the VLOM filter and the solenoids.
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The November/December 2020 edition of the Empire State Surveyor has been posted online, available to members only for download. You can find this issue and all our other digital archived issues here.The print edition will be mailed to members next week.We hope you enjoy!
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Appalachian Review is a leading literary magazine of the Southern Appalachia Region, published by Berea College. Founded in 1973, Appalachian Review keeps readers abreast of the visual and literary arts in the region. The mix of fiction, non-fiction, and poetry by both well-established writers and new writers keeps each issue fresh and entertaining for readers.
Welcome to HiFi Mediaon Enjoy the Music.com! HiFi Media is a multi-media magazine that covers almost all aspects of modern audio/video media with particular accent on the music and film. We inform, test and review new products of the widest range: from audio/video/photo devices and gadgets to the newest music albums. We also cover all relevant related global events. The quality of our magazine earned us readers' respect in many countries, including the strong support of local distributors. HiFi Media began print publication in 1996 and have online readers in Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia, BiH and Macedonia.The annual "Zagreb Audio Video Show", the largest show of the kind in this area and celebrating its 19th anniversary in 2014, is closely connected to the publisher of the HiFi Media, and as the main sponsor. HiFi Media stresses that both the magazine and AV Show are the most influential institution in the home-entertainment segment at our location within Europe.
Inconsistencies among operators have been identified as one of the top contributors to variability in flow cytometry data analysis. Cytobank Automatic gating can address this issue and reduce variability compared to manual gating. Also, depending on the complexity of the gating strategy, Cytobank Automatic gating can take up to 75% less time to complete compared to manual gating of the full dataset for population identification.
The Cytobank platform is a cloud-based analysis solution for cytometry data and provides powerful visual data management and controlled data sharing. By providing access to machine learning-assisted analysis without the need for coding knowledge or programming skills, the Cytobank platform helps researchers discover new insights from high-dimensional data with the use of unbiased approaches that reduce reproducibility issues, eliminating operator-dependent bias.
Cong raises Rafale issue; HM says repeating lie will not makeit truth New Delhi, Dec 31 (PTI) A belligerent Congress Mondayagain sought to raise the issue of alleged scam in the Rafaledeal in the Lok Sabha, with Home Minister Rajnath Singh sayingthat repeating a lie would not make it a truth. Congress members have been raising the Rafale deal issuesince the start of the Winter Session of Parliament onDecember 11, demanding that a Joint Parliamentary Committee(JPC) should probe the matter. During the Zero Hour, party members trooped into the Welldisplaying placards and shouting slogans on the matter. Raising the issue, senior Congress leader MallikarjunKharge said there has been a scam in the deal and asked whythe government was not disclosing the price of jets. He also demanded a JPC probe into the issue amid loudprotests from BJP members. In response, Singh said repeating the same lie again andagain would not make it a truth. The government is ready for discussion on the matter butwhy is the Congress running way, the minister asked. UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi was present in the House. The Opposition has also been raising the issue outsideParliament. Besides, members from the AIADMK and the TDP engaged insloganeering in the Well as they sought to raise various otherissues. While the AIADMK demanded that construction of a damacross the Cauvery river should be stopped, the TDP continuedto seek special status for Andhra Pradesh. More than 20 members from the Congress, the AIADMK andthe TDP were in the Well during the Zero Hour. Despite the din, many members raised various issues. PDP member Muzaffar H Baig said there has been a steeprise in killing of civilians in Jammu and Kashmir even as heacknowledged that security forces are working in a difficultenvironment. Prem Singh Chandumajra (SAD) raised the issue of poor lawand order in Punjab and referred to recent local polls wherepolice, he alleged, was used to scare away voters. Congress members were heard objecting to him beingallowed to raise a state issue. Anurag Thakur (BJP) spoke about monkey and stray cattlemenace in Himachal Pradesh and said they were harming crops. Kaushalendra Kumar (JD-U) demanded that all people abovethe age of 60 should be given pension. Rama Devi (BJP) raised the issue of dues of sugarcanefarmers pending in her constituency, Sheohar, and sought stepsto ensure farmers are paid their dues. Nishikant Dubey (BJP) demanded Assam-like NationalRegister of Citizens in Jharkhand as well, saying the presenceof illegal Bangladeshi immigrants has impacted demographicbalance in parts of the state. Sharad Tripathi (BJP) demanded that a cancer treatmenthospital be opened in Sant Kabir Nagar due to rising number ofcancer cases. PTI RAM KRDV DV
The analysis of car crashes by computer simulation has become an indispensible tool for shortening automobile development time and lowering costs. To shorten development time even further, researchers have endeavored to shorten the time needed for creating analysis models, and it is now becoming possible to create analysis models in a short time without manual work. However, to obtain a practical level of accuracy in analysis when creating an analysis model automatically, one needs a level of detail more than ten times that of analysis models currently being used by automobile companies, but the time taken to perform such an analysis is impractical. To resolve this problem, we investigated the possibility of performing practical analysis by highly parallel computing on a parallel computer.This paper explains the need for large-number-of-elements crash analysis at automobile companies and describes the highly parallel execution with up to 512 processors of a 10-million-element analysis model using the nonlinear dynamic structured analysis program LS-DYNA. The technical information obtained from these simulations, measures for improving processing speed, and future research issues are presented.
The Multimedia Journalism emphasis teaches students how to collect and write information or produce video and audio content regarding current events-including trends, issues, and people-for publication in a website, newspaper, or magazine. The curriculum emphasizes writing skills and video/audio production skills, but students also learn about research, interviewing, editing, layout and design, and legal and ethical issues in journalism.