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    1. Neither robbers nor tempests befriended them, nor one lucky overturn to introduce them to the hero.

      Is Catherine Morland’s journey to Bath really as dangerous as the narrator leads us to believe? Or is the mockery of the sentence simply a way to highlight Catherine and Isabella Thorpe’s absurd fascination with romance and adventure? The narrator’s concern about poor weather, robbers, and accidents is not at all unfounded or unexpected. Travel in the Regency era was difficult, expensive, and could be dangerous. Today, travel by train from London to Bath takes about an hour and a half; on the coach, it would have taken about 14 hours. This chart provides more details. Roads were frequently full of mud and ruts, which only slowed down journeys. Horses were replaced about every ten miles and carriages only went between eight and ten miles an hour!

      Stagecoaches were the primary mode of long-distance travel during the Regency era, but they were not always a safe or fast method of travel. The stagecoach was first introduced to English roads in the early 16th century, and by the 17th and 18th century had become a common sight on the roads. Drivers were not on their own to plan journeys. They had the very handy resource of Cary’s New Itinerary; or, An Accurate Delineation of the Great Roads, Both Direct and Cross throughout England and Wales; With many of the Principal Roads in Scotland which provided information on routes, inns, and other important travel information.

      While coaches had become common, their rise in popularity resulted in the expansion of the presence of highwaymen. These men terrorized the roads of England, and for 100 years Hounslow Heath, near London, was the most dangerous place in the country. The roads to Bath and Exeter ran across the Heath and these travelers provided rich targets for the highwaymen. Learn more about the highwaymen here.

      Catherine’s journey to Bath is uneventful, which is to be expected, but the dangers that came with stagecoach journeys highlight the possibilities that came with travel in the Regency era.

    1. “The Hare and Many Friends”

      “The Hare and Many Friends” is the final poem in John Gay’s collection of fables written in 1727 for Prince William, Duke of Cumberland. This collection is commonly known as Fables, but it is also known as Fifty-one Fables in Verse or Fables of John Gay. Gay’s poem opens with: “Friendship, like love, is but a name,/Unless to one you stint the flame.” The poem concerns the inconstancy of friendship, as exemplified by a hare that lives on friendly terms with a group of farm animals. The hare is refused help by each of the animals as she begs them to help her escape an approaching hunter. Each of the animals gives her a different excuse of why they cannot help, eventually leaving the hare to her death at the hands of the hunter.

      “A hare, who, in a civil way, Complied with ev'ry thing, like Gay, Was known by all the bestial train, Who haunt the wood, or graze the plain: Her care was, never to offend,<br> And ev'ry creature was her friend.”

      The poem is intended to teach readers that one with many friends has no true friends, so it is better to be close friends with a few than friends with many. However, beyond the lesson of friendship, there is a darker moral lesson in the poem intended specifically for the young women reciting it. Gay creates a connection between friendship and romantic love that sets up the poem as a description of the fatality that awaits women (symbolized by the hare) if they associate with the wrong people and lose their reputations. This foreshadows the risks that readers will witness Catherine experience in her new environment when she journeys to Bath.

      Both at the time of publication and for some 150 years afterwards, the poem won widespread popularity. Despite this widespread popularity, Gay’s hopes of Court preferment were disappointed and the story was put about by his friends that the fable had a personal application. Jonathan Swift in particular wrote “Thus Gay, the Hare with many friends,/Twice seven long years at court attends;/Who, under tales conveying truth,/To virtue formed a princely youth;/Who paid his courtship with the crowd,/As far as modish pride allowed;/Rejects a servile usher’s place,/And leaves St. James’s in disgrace.” (Heneage Jesse 88). But after a prose version appeared in a collection of Aesop’s Fables, Gay’s original authorship gradually slipped from the public memory. Nevertheless, Gay’s Fables went through repeated editions, and “The Hare and Many Friends” stood out as a particular favorite. As Austen’s narrator notes, it was a common recitation piece for children and was frequently shown off as part of a young lady’s accomplishments.

      See this illustration by John Wootton of "The Hare and Many Friends."

    2. feeding a canary-bird

      The famous opening of Northanger Abbey describes Catherine Morland “as plain as any.” Yet from the list of qualities and habits that set her against narrative expectations—the Gothic and the sentimental—and social expectations—femininity and propriety—Catherine’s character ultimately emerges as unconventional, too. In seemingly trivial and funny details, such as her preference for cricket over “feeding a canary-bird,” the narrator intimates her inconformity with dominant beliefs about the nature of women. The canary alludes to existing associations between birds and women that underscored women’s lack of rationality and their supposed vulnerability.

      In many portraits of the period, young girls were eroticized through their connection to birds, particularly when portrayed weeping for a dead pet bird, a sign of their loss of sexual innocence. Canaries, a favorite songbird in the late eighteenth-century household, were associated with young girls through their delicate size, beautiful and soft feathers, and prized songs [1]. At the same time, women’s musical abilities, as exemplified in Pride and Prejudice (1813) and Emma (1815), were a sure-fire sign of their marriageability: good singers made good wives [2]. Maturity didn’t save women from disparaging associations with birds. Spinsters were oftentimes portrayed surrounded by parrots and bird cages, the equivalent of crazy cat ladies [3]. By creating a heroine who is more likely to be found outdoors exercising than feeding a small, delicate bird, Austen disassociates Catherine from these sexist beliefs. Not all associations to birds were troubling, though. Songbirds figured in stories for young children to instill kindness toward other animals, as in Sarah Trimmer’s Fabulous Histories (1786). Austen’s contemporaries shared a strong belief that educating children to treat animals with kindness was the foundation for instilling sympathy toward other humans [4]. Yet, as Mary Wollstonecraft argued in A Vindication of the Rights of Woman (1792), a rational woman knew that compassion “for the bird starved in a snare” came second (or third) to compassion for her fellow humans.

      This annotation draws on research developed for a forthcoming essay which will appear in Science and Storytelling, edited by Dave Alff and Danielle Spratt.

    1. “Kim built a cult following of incredibly loyal fans who loved her, the players and the winning,” says David Smoak, a longtime journalist covering Baylor and the voice of a popular Waco radio program. “She was there when Baylor was deep in the hole and trying to overcome an embarrassing time in athletics. She was the beacon of hope who helped and showed Baylor and their fans they could win championships. She was the General.”

      Not only is she a fore to be reckoned with on the court but off it as well.

    2. “I go from happy to pissed off in a matter of seconds.”

      This is the attitude of a true coach who is determined to win!

    3. Once a powerhouse in the SEC, the LSU women’s basketball program has slipped into mediocrity, missing three of the last five NCAA tournaments and finishing no better than fourth in the league over the past decade—a fall that began with a sex scandal involving coach Pokey Chatman in 2007.

      even though the school had fallen off Ms. Mulkey still decided to put the controversy to the side and try and turn the program around.

    1. will need to

      must

    2. An increase of one cubic metre for many households

      copypaste from change copy. Delete.

    3. households

      household

    4. Unacceptable materials including spikey or sharp vegetation, mirrors or glass panes, chemicals or hazardous waste will not be collected and could lead to further dumped rubbish that you will be required to remove.

      Some items cannot be accepted. These include....

    5. have the opportunity

      can

    1. valuables

      lock up

    2. Implement fall prevention interventions according to agency policy. Report unsafe equipment.

      This chapter refers to 6 rights x3

    3. Follow agency policies and procedures related to medication administration and documentation. especially for pediatric patients.

      Should this be a new bullet point?

    4. Follow agency policies and procedures related to medication administration and documentation. especially for pediatric patients.

      Should this be a new bullet point?

    5. .

      change to comma.

    6. ,

      change to period, not comma.

    7. and providers notified

      Not sure if this is appropriate here, but I would also include documentation of orders rec'd or "no orders rec'd" This was always my practice at the bedside to ensure there was a trail of the provider intervening or not.

    8. patient’s

      omit this as it is a duplicate in the sentence.

    1. A result of providing a single service to all residents we can: replace the existing 10 collection zones with 5 x zones; increase the number of collection trucks; increase daily capacity; reduce waiting times; improve customer service; and improve environmental outcomes.

      This one needs checking before making present-tense claims (e.g. have waiting times decreased?)

      Because we now provide a single service to all residents, we have the opportunity to improve the Booked Clean Up service in a number of ways....

    2. Requiring bookings from apartment blocks with six (6) or more units to be made by a building caretaker, manager or strata on behalf of the whole building. Individual residents will need to contact their building manager to make a booking.  

      For apartment blocks of six or more units, bookings must now be made by building caretaker, manager, or strata representative on behalf of the whole building. Individual residents will need to contact their building manager to arrange a collection.

    3. All households will be able to put out three cubic metres (3m3) of waste for each collection. That’s a pile three metres wide by one metre high and one metre deep. An increase of one cubic metre for most households.

      All households are now able to put out three cubic metres of waste for each collection....

      For most households, that is an increase of one cubic metre per collection.

    4. From 1 March 2021 t

      Change tense (The bulky waste cleanup service is now aligned across the whole city)

    5. 3m3

      superscript 3

    6. buildings

      buildings, (comma)

    7. units

      units, (comma)

    8. five (5)

      must we duplicate?

    9. Furniture Couches, Chairs, Rugs, Beds, Cabinets, Drawers, Tables, Desks etc.

      Comma before etc

    1. SciScore for 10.1101/2022.01.12.22269133: (What is this?)

      Please note, not all rigor criteria are appropriate for all manuscripts.

      Table 1: Rigor

      <table><tr><td style="min-width:100px;margin-right:1em; border-right:1px solid lightgray; border-bottom:1px solid lightgray">Ethics</td><td style="min-width:100px;border-bottom:1px solid lightgray">IRB: The study, according to the National COVID-19 procedures, was approved by the Italian Regulatory Agency (AIFA) and by the Ethics Committee of IRCCS L.<br>Consent: A written consent was obtained by the study participant.</td></tr><tr><td style="min-width:100px;margin-right:1em; border-right:1px solid lightgray; border-bottom:1px solid lightgray">Sex as a biological variable</td><td style="min-width:100px;border-bottom:1px solid lightgray">not detected.</td></tr><tr><td style="min-width:100px;margin-right:1em; border-right:1px solid lightgray; border-bottom:1px solid lightgray">Randomization</td><td style="min-width:100px;border-bottom:1px solid lightgray">not detected.</td></tr><tr><td style="min-width:100px;margin-right:1em; border-right:1px solid lightgray; border-bottom:1px solid lightgray">Blinding</td><td style="min-width:100px;border-bottom:1px solid lightgray">not detected.</td></tr><tr><td style="min-width:100px;margin-right:1em; border-right:1px solid lightgray; border-bottom:1px solid lightgray">Power Analysis</td><td style="min-width:100px;border-bottom:1px solid lightgray">not detected.</td></tr></table>

      Table 2: Resources

      <table><tr><th style="min-width:100px;text-align:center; padding-top:4px;" colspan="2">Antibodies</th></tr><tr><td style="min-width:100px;text=align:center">Sentences</td><td style="min-width:100px;text-align:center">Resources</td></tr><tr><td style="min-width:100px;vertical-align:top;border-bottom:1px solid lightgray">Laboratory Procedures: Anti-Spike SARS-CoV-2 antibodies and T-cell response were monitored at 5 time points (Figure 1): the day of first dose administration (T0), the day of second dose administration (T1); between 5 and 7 weeks after T0 for patients receiving Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine and between 6 and 8 weeks after T0 for patients receiving Moderna vaccine (T2); the day of the booster dose (T pre-3D) and 3 or 4 weeks after (T post-3D).</td><td style="min-width:100px;border-bottom:1px solid lightgray"><div style="margin-bottom:8px"><div>Anti-Spike SARS-CoV-2</div><div>suggested: None</div></div></td></tr><tr><td style="min-width:100px;vertical-align:top;border-bottom:1px solid lightgray">Finally, secondary endpoints included evaluation of neutralization activity of vaccine-induced anti-Spike antibodies.</td><td style="min-width:100px;border-bottom:1px solid lightgray"><div style="margin-bottom:8px"><div>anti-Spike</div><div>suggested: None</div></div></td></tr><tr><td style="min-width:100px;vertical-align:top;border-bottom:1px solid lightgray">The humoral (anti-Nucleoprotein-IgG and the anti-RBD-IgG, neutralizing antibody) and cell mediated immune response was performed as previously described [22] and detailed in the Supplementary materials.</td><td style="min-width:100px;border-bottom:1px solid lightgray"><div style="margin-bottom:8px"><div>anti-Nucleoprotein-IgG</div><div>suggested: None</div></div><div style="margin-bottom:8px"><div>anti-RBD-IgG, neutralizing antibody</div><div>suggested: None</div></div></td></tr><tr><th style="min-width:100px;text-align:center; padding-top:4px;" colspan="2">Software and Algorithms</th></tr><tr><td style="min-width:100px;text=align:center">Sentences</td><td style="min-width:100px;text-align:center">Resources</td></tr><tr><td style="min-width:100px;vertical-align:top;border-bottom:1px solid lightgray">IBM SPSS vers.</td><td style="min-width:100px;border-bottom:1px solid lightgray"><div style="margin-bottom:8px"><div>SPSS</div><div>suggested: (SPSS, RRID:SCR_002865)</div></div></td></tr></table>

      Results from OddPub: We did not detect open data. We also did not detect open code. Researchers are encouraged to share open data when possible (see Nature blog).


      Results from LimitationRecognizer: We detected the following sentences addressing limitations in the study:
      A limitation of our study is the lack of measurement of neutralization titers against the emerging Omicron variant. However, in this context it has to be taken into account that in healthy subjects a significant increase in the neutralizing response against this variant has been observed after the third dose[37,38]. In conclusion, we demonstrated a lower prevalence of seroconversion among immunosuppressed patients compared to HCW. The lowest humoral response was reported among patients treated with anti-B-cell therapies. However, T-cell response results showed more encouraging data, suggesting a possible benefit of the vaccination due to cellular immunity, particularly in light of the observation that T-cell epitopes are shared among wild type and Omicron variant[39]. Finally, data on the third dose indicate a potential immunological benefit and highlights HM as the major fragile group.

      Results from TrialIdentifier: No clinical trial numbers were referenced.


      Results from Barzooka: We did not find any issues relating to the usage of bar graphs.


      Results from JetFighter: We did not find any issues relating to colormaps.


      Results from rtransparent:
      • Thank you for including a conflict of interest statement. Authors are encouraged to include this statement when submitting to a journal.
      • Thank you for including a funding statement. Authors are encouraged to include this statement when submitting to a journal.
      • Thank you for including a protocol registration statement.

      Results from scite Reference Check: We found no unreliable references.


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    1. SciScore for 10.1101/2022.01.10.22268985: (What is this?)

      Please note, not all rigor criteria are appropriate for all manuscripts.

      Table 1: Rigor

      NIH rigor criteria are not applicable to paper type.

      Table 2: Resources

      No key resources detected.


      Results from OddPub: Thank you for sharing your code and data.


      Results from LimitationRecognizer: We detected the following sentences addressing limitations in the study:
      There are also some limitations in this study. First of all, for cohort 1 (the training set), the patient population we studied was mainly hospitalized patients, and they generally exhibited more severe symptoms and therefore had a higher mortality rate than the general population, which may have caused some bias in our predictive model in the general population. Second, the characteristics of the cohort may vary performance of models and its ability to be validated. For example, the model’s performance was slightly lower in cohort 2 than cohort 1, because the structure of the two cohorts, such as age distribution, sex ratio, mortality rate, etc. is different. In addition, although we adopt functionally similar features, the differences between these features may also be responsible for the difference in model performance between cohorts. Moreover, since most of the clinical features adopted in this study were missing to varying degrees, the imputed data were affected by other data, which may affect the accuracy of the predictive model. Finally, COVID-19 pandemics are often accompanied by surges in patient numbers, resulting in difficulties in collecting all the required clinical features data, which will limit the application of our predictive model.

      Results from TrialIdentifier: No clinical trial numbers were referenced.


      Results from Barzooka: We did not find any issues relating to the usage of bar graphs.


      Results from JetFighter: We did not find any issues relating to colormaps.


      Results from rtransparent:
      • Thank you for including a conflict of interest statement. Authors are encouraged to include this statement when submitting to a journal.
      • No funding statement was detected.
      • No protocol registration statement was detected.

      Results from scite Reference Check: We found no unreliable references.


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    1. SciScore for 10.1101/2022.01.13.22269078: (What is this?)

      Please note, not all rigor criteria are appropriate for all manuscripts.

      Table 1: Rigor

      <table><tr><td style="min-width:100px;margin-right:1em; border-right:1px solid lightgray; border-bottom:1px solid lightgray">Ethics</td><td style="min-width:100px;border-bottom:1px solid lightgray">not detected.</td></tr><tr><td style="min-width:100px;margin-right:1em; border-right:1px solid lightgray; border-bottom:1px solid lightgray">Sex as a biological variable</td><td style="min-width:100px;border-bottom:1px solid lightgray">not detected.</td></tr><tr><td style="min-width:100px;margin-right:1em; border-right:1px solid lightgray; border-bottom:1px solid lightgray">Randomization</td><td style="min-width:100px;border-bottom:1px solid lightgray">not detected.</td></tr><tr><td style="min-width:100px;margin-right:1em; border-right:1px solid lightgray; border-bottom:1px solid lightgray">Blinding</td><td style="min-width:100px;border-bottom:1px solid lightgray">not detected.</td></tr><tr><td style="min-width:100px;margin-right:1em; border-right:1px solid lightgray; border-bottom:1px solid lightgray">Power Analysis</td><td style="min-width:100px;border-bottom:1px solid lightgray">not detected.</td></tr></table>

      Table 2: Resources

      <table><tr><th style="min-width:100px;text-align:center; padding-top:4px;" colspan="2">Software and Algorithms</th></tr><tr><td style="min-width:100px;text=align:center">Sentences</td><td style="min-width:100px;text-align:center">Resources</td></tr><tr><td style="min-width:100px;vertical-align:top;border-bottom:1px solid lightgray">Database: Healthcare worker records were obtained from the provincial Workplace Health Indicator Tracking and Evaluation (WHITE™) database.</td><td style="min-width:100px;border-bottom:1px solid lightgray"><div style="margin-bottom:8px"><div>Database: Healthcare</div><div>suggested: None</div></div></td></tr></table>

      Results from OddPub: We did not detect open data. We also did not detect open code. Researchers are encouraged to share open data when possible (see Nature blog).


      Results from LimitationRecognizer: An explicit section about the limitations of the techniques employed in this study was not found. We encourage authors to address study limitations.

      Results from TrialIdentifier: No clinical trial numbers were referenced.


      Results from Barzooka: We did not find any issues relating to the usage of bar graphs.


      Results from JetFighter: We did not find any issues relating to colormaps.


      Results from rtransparent:
      • Thank you for including a conflict of interest statement. Authors are encouraged to include this statement when submitting to a journal.
      • Thank you for including a funding statement. Authors are encouraged to include this statement when submitting to a journal.
      • No protocol registration statement was detected.

      Results from scite Reference Check: We found no unreliable references.


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    1. learning doesn’t happen from skimming through a book or remembering enough to pass a test.

      One of the biggest misconceptions is that learning occurs when we skim through a book or briefly just remember enough information for a test or exam. Changing our mindset from this way of thinking is the first step in the process of utilizing the Feynman technique

  3. med.libretexts.org med.libretexts.org
    1. osmotic pressure | The force exerted by solutes at different concentrations on either side of a selectively permeable membrane.

      The force exerted by solutes at different concentrations on either side of a semipermeable membrane. It is the pressure that would have to be applied to prevent a molecule from passing through a membrane by osmosis.

    2. osmosis | The movement of water through a selectively permeable membrane from an area where it is highly concentrated to an area where it is not as concentrated.

      The movement of molecules through a semipermeable membrane from an area where it is highly concentrated to an area where it is less concentrated.

    3. organism | The complete living system capable of conducting all basic life processes.

      A complete living system that is capable of conducting all basic life processes.

    4. Organ systems | Two or more organs that support a specific physiological function.

      Two or more organs that work together to support a specific physiological function.

    5. oligosaccharides | A carbohydrate that is a chain of a few (between three and ten) monosaccharides.

      Oligosaccharide (rather than plural)

    6. obesity | A metabolic disorder that leads to the overaccumulation of fat tissue, compromising overall health.

      It might be confusing for students to have a definition for both obese and obesity. Maybe rewording one of the definitions could help with this?

    1. “deliberately and specifically attempting to sow political discord in Hong Kong,” the company said,

      Using quotes from the source lends credibility and can also allow the journalist to keep their own assessment out of the reporting and pins the accuracy of the information on the credibility of the source as clearly as possible. This does not mean that quotes cannot be made up or authority relied upon inaccurately or in bad faith. This quote is repeated by yahoo finance, politico and the hollywood reporter but there exists the possibility that they are quoting each other.

    2. but we haven’t really seen them put into action until now.

      Why has China not been doing anything before; it has happened so many times already. Why take action now?

    3. blocked by China’s so-called “Great Firewall,”

      Very interesting that China choses to do this. A firewall is not fair towards citizens because the government can control what they see. They may block things they don't want the public to know.

    4. This is a big deal — there have long been concerns about China’s social media disinformation and misinformation capabilities,

      We are always hearing about China and their hackers and leaking information but everyone always brushes it off. But now with trying to cover up such a huge event raises the question of why now? Why make yourself more visible?

    5. “coordinated inauthentic behavior” out of China focused on Hong Kong.

      Both Twitter and facebook both admitted to finding accounts, pages, and posts trying to bring down Hong Kong.

    6. Beijing would use the policy to target those who oppose or speak out against the Chinese government.

      It is important to always question big companies and powers because they have a lot of control over what ordinary people say about them.

    7. “consistent with recent observations and actions related to China”

      Following where the big unexplainable news is from, and finding the patterns is a big hint to where the misinformation is coming from.

    8. The companies didn’t make the announcements on their own — they came after outside observers pointed out that something fishy seemed to be going on.

      This seems very credible, the person who tweeted it is studying this exact problem. She also showed multiple examples, further proving her point.

    1. whose name she bears

      alluding to Virgin Mary

    2. father less to rue

      maybe death is not as painful when you interpret it as being "heaven's due"

    3. Here lies, to each her parents’ ruth

      At her grave, grieving

    1. tout bouge

      I wondered if this was a set expression, but it seems it isn't really. It means, "everything moves," or "everything changes." Melody has brought unmoulded possibility into Serge's world...

    2. entrouvrent

      "Entrouvrir" means "to half-open" or "to part (slightly)."

      One of the few half-measures in this fully enchanted song.

    3. s’égare

      "Égarer" means "get lost," or "mislead/deceive." The former seems to be the sense here: love loses its path, becomes lost, in the course of life...

      Maybe we're meant to hear the car-word "garer" — to park — as well. With Melody in his life, Serge is truly égaré: unparked.

    4. enceinte

      As a noun, "enceinte" means "an enclosure" or "a surrounding wall" — so, "murs d'enceinte" means literally "the walls of the enclosure." (The phrase "murs d'enceinte" seems to be used most often to describe the fortified walls of a medieval city). This is clearly the primary sense here.

      As an adjective, however, "enceinte" means... "pregnant." Both forms have the same root word, the latin incingere, "to surround." I guess in the latter sense, we're imagining things from the baby's perspective, closed in in the womb — although it is the woman who is "enceinte," not the baby, so the locution is quite weird.

      I'm not sure whether there is some suggestion here that Melody is pregnant — though I am positive that in this otherwise straightforwardly romantic/idealistic song, some sinister meaning exists in this... pregnant... phrase.

      And I can tell you for sure that the woman on the cover of Histoire de Melody Nelson is pregnant! The strategically placed "poupée orangtuan" is there to hide the first evidence of Charlotte Gainsbourg, born on July 21, 1971, four months after the album's issue.

    1. B2 - Western Darwinian evolution discredited all other beliefs

      "all accounts of a creation ...are superstitions devised by ignorant peoples to explain the processes fo the world"

      *

    2. B2: Native American and the myth of scientific fact,Chapter 2: Science and The Oral Tradition starts page 34

      • written 1995 Summary: every society maintinas its sense of idenity with a set of stories which explain creation, linked events after creation and experiences that "serve as precedents for determining present and future actions." Stories have moral teaching , traditions, spritual powers, invisible forces, memorable events in history.

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    1. many things that are in peer-reviewed journals will later turn out to be wrong

      ... which is of course the whole point! We'd probably be better off promulgating "RFC" as a relevant term for more than just tech standards.

    1. La enorme movilidad de capitales que caracteriza la etapa moderna de la globalización se consolidó a partir de la década del ochenta y se con­centró especialmente en lo que se ha llamado la triada (Estados Uni­dos, Europa y Japón) y en nuevos protagonistas como China, India, Rusia y Brasil, entre otros.

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    2. joint ventures

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    3. Desde los años ochenta, las privatizaciones y la apertura de mercados crearon múltiples oportunidades para las multinacionales en el sector de recursos.

      16

    4. Desde los años cincuenta la posición de la EM fue parcialmente erosionada por la intervención de gobiernos anfitriones, el incremento de la posición negociadora de los locales, y la difusión de tecnología y destrezas adminis­trativas, que fueron asimiladas por economías receptoras. El ejem plo más elocuente lo constituyó el caso de la EM en el sector de petróleo y extracción de minerales.

      15

    5. a partir de los años cincuenta se inicia el proceso de la segunda globalización.

      14

    6. Las teorías de comercio internacional de inspiración tecnológica e incipientes expresiones del ciclo de vida del producto explicaron estas transformaciones

      12

    7. rápidamente entre finales del siglo XIX y las tres primeras décadas del siglo XX, a pesar de la interrupción causada por la Primera Guerra Mundial.

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    8. a)

    9. los postulados de Dunning (1976), quien señala tres ventajas que posibilitan compensar la “deuda” señalada: Ventajas de propiedad, localización e internalización.

      10

    10. Joint Venture: es un acuerdo entre dos o más empresas para la creación de una tercera empresa. Esta empresa tiene personalidad propia y realiza una actividad determinada para obtener un beneficio que responda a los objetivos estratégicos de las empresas matrices.

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    11. La teoría económica neoclásica, hasta bien entrada la mitad del siglo XX, no se ocupó siste­máticamente del tema. Vernon (1973) y los dependendistas (Dos Santos, 1973) fueron pioneros en el análisis de la EM. La teoría económica de los setentas, particularmente, en la vertiente que daría origen a la denominada Nueva Teoría de Comercio internacional,

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    12. EM en la economía mundial es relativamente nuevo2. La misma aparece en la segunda mitad del siglo XX y considera, como ya se afirmó, a la EM como firmas que operan en más de un país.

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    13. Desde los años setenta y ochenta del siglo XX se produjo un importante pro ceso de consolidación de un sistema de relaciones económicas interor­ga nizacionales en el ámbito de lo público y lo privado, en el marco de las economías de mercado en sus diferentes manifestaciones

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    14. los Países en Desarrollo (PED) y, especialmente, los latinoamericanos impulsaron un proceso de Industrialización por Sustitución de Importaciones (ISI). El mismo contempló medidas de protección de carácter arancelario y administrativo que tenían como objetivo central lograr un mayor nivel de desarrollo a partir de la consolidación del mercado interno y del apoyo a la manufactura

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    15. Acuerdo General de Comercio y Aran­celes (GATT, 1947

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    16. el Fondo Monetario In ternacional (FMI, 1945

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    17. La consolidación de una institucio nalidad internacional que contempló la creación del Banco Internacional de Re­construcción y Fomento (Banco Mundial, 1945),

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    18. La primera abarca un periodo que está ubicado entre el siglo XIX y las dos primeras décadas del siglo XX. Esta primera fase contó con un importante desarrollo tecnológico que se reflejó, entre otras cosas, en una reducción sustancial de los costos del transporte y de las telecomunicaciones.

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    Annotators

    1. 当然,生产者欺诈是一种特别严重、令人痛苦,而且代价很高的交互失败(interaction failure)。可以通过分析反复与欺诈关联的用户和交互的特点创建预测模型,从而帮助平台预防后续欺诈。

      监控作弊行为,并予以惩罚(社区治理)

    Annotators

    1. Nurses Service Organization and CAN Financial. (2020, June). Nurse professional liability exposure claim report (4th ed.). https://www.nso.com/Learning/Artifacts/Claim-Reports/Minimizing-Risk-Achieving-Excellence ↵Nurses Service Organization and CAN Financial. (2020, June). Nurse professional liability exposure claim report (4th ed.). https://www.nso.com/Learning/Artifacts/Claim-Reports/Minimizing-Risk-Achieving-Excellence ↵Nurses Service Organization and CAN Financial. (2020, June). Nurse professional liability exposure claim report (4th ed.). https://www.nso.com/Learning/Artifacts/Claim-Reports/Minimizing-Risk-Achieving-Excellence ↵Nurses Service Organization and CAN Financial. (2020, June). Nurse professional liability exposure claim report (4th ed.). https://www.nso.com/Learning/Artifacts/Claim-Reports/Minimizing-Risk-Achieving-Excellence ↵Nurses Service Organization and CAN Financial. (2020, June). Nurse professional liability exposure claim report (4th ed.). https://www.nso.com/Learning/Artifacts/Claim-Reports/Minimizing-Risk-Achieving-Excellence ↵Nurses Service Organization and CAN Financial. (2020, June). Nurse professional liability exposure claim report (4th ed.). https://www.nso.com/Learning/Artifacts/Claim-Reports/Minimizing-Risk-Achieving-Excellence ↵Nurses Service Organization and CAN Financial. (2020, June). Nurse professional liability exposure claim report (4th ed.). https://www.nso.com/Learning/Artifacts/Claim-Reports/Minimizing-Risk-Achieving-Excellence ↵Nurses Service Organization and CAN Financial. (2020, June). Nurse professional liability exposure claim report (4th ed.). https://www.nso.com/Learning/Artifacts/Claim-Reports/Minimizing-Risk-Achieving-Excellence ↵Nurses Service Organization and CAN Financial. (2020, June). Nurse professional liability exposure claim report (4th ed.). https://www.nso.com/Learning/Artifacts/Claim-Reports/Minimizing-Risk-Achieving-Excellence ↵

      CNA appears to have been autocorrected to CAN

    1. ight to life’’

      this "right to life" only applied to those deemed worthy, not universal

    1. There is no late work. Instead, I drop scores 3 Preparations, 2 assignments, and 3 Reflections, for no-fault grading.

      More and more instructors are starting to do this, I like that it takes the guesswork out of waiting on a late grade assignment and gives you an "oops" or two. ~Michael Burns

    1. Nurses Service Organization and CAN Financial. (2020, June). Nurse professional liability exposure claim report (4th ed.). https://www.nso.com/Learning/Artifacts/Claim-Reports/Minimizing-Risk-Achieving-Excellence ↵Nurses Service Organization and CAN Financial. (2020, June). Nurse professional liability exposure claim report (4th ed.). https://www.nso.com/Learning/Artifacts/Claim-Reports/Minimizing-Risk-Achieving-Excellence ↵Nurses Service Organization and CAN Financial. (2020, June). Nurse professional liability exposure claim report (4th ed.). https://www.nso.com/Learning/Artifacts/Claim-Reports/Minimizing-Risk-Achieving-Excellence ↵

      These appear to have been autocorrected to CAN from CNA.

    2. licensee,

      license

    3. PACU

      PACUs

    1. I find it fascinating how children's brains so easily absorb new information

    2. I wonder if learning ASL is harder than learning a foreign language

    3. It's funny how some families are vehemently opposed to tattoos whilst some families consider them part of their culture

    4. I think the definition of art is left up to whoever the artist is.... it really can be anything.

    1. This section is not working for me at times? Maybe google chrome needs to be updated

    1. [52]

      move citation down

    2. s[43]

      move citation down

    3. lawsuit

      either delete "lawsuit" or ad "a" before malpractice.

    4. All 50 states in the United States have a version of a Good Samaritan Law.

      Maybe mention Wisconsin's- see annotation above for sources.

    5. Some states have statutes that impose a duty to render assistance to people in need (also referred to as a Good Samaritan Law),

      This is not accurate- Good Samaritan Laws encourage assistance but do not impose a duty to do so... "To encourage persons to assist others in emergencies, Wisconsin law provides immunity from civil liability in certain circumstances under statutes informally referred to as “Good Samaritan” laws." https://docs.legis.wisconsin.gov/misc/lc/information_memos/2017/im_2017_03 "Typically, Good Samaritan laws provide immunity from civil damages for personal injuries, even including death, that result from ordinary negligence. They do not, for the most part, protect against allegations of gross negligence." https://www.aafp.org/fpm/2008/0400/p37.html

    1. Once in Sahul, how humans populated Australia is still the subject of some debate between those who support the “coastal hugger” theory and those who support the idea of population by “overlanders.”

      What does coastal hugger and overlanders mean?

    2. Homo erectus

      What does this mean?

    1. TeamSTEPPS® principles

      Feel this is a bit dated. They talk about studies in the beginning of it that are old. I didn't watch all of this but wonder if this is value added for students. Unless assigned, I don't think it would be watched.

    1. Ephemera are any transitory written or printed matters that are not meant to be retained or preserved

      interpret my things this way? even lots of great things have been ephemera for me. i might resist some degree of that ephemerality with more review, but still the all-in-hand vision is photographic, computed, and Idk. Those times of all-remembered - even thinking about that quality of experience draws a similar openness of memory, half-directed memory theater - did they come out eruditionally? idk. will interiority always be more profound? what does sharing violate? why computational fantasy, the religious experience

    1. personal sites presenting one's collection

      of knowledge, professionally asked for!

    1. they learn the sign at the same time

      It's extremely important that more learning institutions implement this system (learn both languages simultaneously).

    1. It makes sense: If you don't have a strong domain model, you have no map that guides your scan, so you have to read it all top to bottom … like a computer.

      the biggest advantages humans have are often our implied knowledge, implicit reasoning, experience, etc