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  1. Mar 2022
    1. Thuluva, S., Paradkar, V., Turaga, K., Gunneri, S., Yerroju, V., Mogulla, R., Kyasani, M., Manoharan, S. K., Medigeshi, G., Singh, J., Shaman, H., Singh, C., & Rao, A. V. (2022). Selection of optimum formulation of RBD-based protein sub-unit covid19 vaccine (Corbevax) based on safety and immunogenicity in an open-label, randomized Phase-1 and 2 clinical studies (p. 2022.03.08.22271822). medRxiv. https://doi.org/10.1101/2022.03.08.22271822

  2. Feb 2022
  3. Nov 2021
    1. “Because physicists started out with the imaginary, unstable cube as their model instead of the real-world stable tetrahedron, they got into all these imaginary numbers and other complicated and completely unnecessary mathematics. It would be so much simpler if they started out with the tetrahedron, which is nature’s best structure, the simplest structural system in Universe.

      (Just as an aside, to remember later when you’re studying physics in school, I want to point out that the tetrahedron is also equivalent to the quantum unit of physics, and to the electron.)”

  4. Sep 2021
    1. Each cubic cell has 8 atoms in each corner of the cube, and that atom is shared with 8 neighboring cells. In the Body Centered Cubic Cell (BCC) there is an additional atom in the center of the cube, and in the face centered cubic cell, an atom is shared between two unit cells along the face.
    2. Figure12.1.112.1.1\PageIndex{1}: The 7 types of unit cells. In this class we will only look at cubic systems, and will identify 3 types of cubic unit cells (figure. 12.b)
    3. αα\large\alpha = angle in the yz plane ββ\large\beta = angle in the xz plane γγ\large\gamma = angle in the xy plane
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    1. Unit tests for operations: They test all edge cases in a nice, fast unit test environment without any HTTP involved.
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  10. Aug 2020
    1. Die

      This poem is a sonnet with 3 quatrains (lines of 4) and a couplet (set of lines), so in order to help your comprehension, you want to divide the stanzas by the structure.

    2. Like men we’ll face the murderous, cowardly pack, Pressed to the wall, dying, but fighting back!

      Themes in poetry show up in the last lines or last stanza. A theme is a universal statement about what the author believes.

      If we consider that poems are either a MEMORY or an EMOTION we can use word choice to figure out the theme. This poem is about emotion, particularly about not giving in to an enemy.

      So universal theme would be...

    3. monsters

      symbolism - McKay calls his enemies "monsters", but he doesn't seem to be fighting fictional beasts in the poem, so not literal monsters.

    4. If We Must Die

      Poetry 101:

      Step 1 - Read this poem. Consider this just your first run through. Take notice of punctation (periods, comma, etc.). That's where you stop when reading a poem.

      Step 2 - Read the poem again - But now you want to think in Costa's Level 2. So, notice rhetorical devices and what they are doing in the text. Divide your stanzas so you can chunk information and analyze in pieces.

      Step 3 - Find the theme. Theme is a universal statement that tells us how the author feels about a topic. This is not a subject - like the beach - but what does the beach, or the setting, mean to the author. Themes are found in the last lines or the last stanza of a poem.

    1. Swept with confused alarms of struggle and flight, Where ignorant armies clash by night.

      The world continues to change, warp, consume, ebb, and flow around us - good and bad directions.

      So if we write a universal theme...

    2. But

      It's easy to ignore the word "but"; however, this is a conjunction that tells you the author is about to flip everything they've been saying.

      It's a tiny word with a major impact. So this is a good place to make a division in a poem. To see what was being established, and how the author now wants to change it.

    1. Historically, it was defined as one minute (1/60 of a degree) of latitude along any line of longitude. Today the international nautical mile is defined as exactly 1852 metres (about 1.15 miles).
    1. Where these systems most notably differ is in their units of volume. A US fluid ounce (fl oz), about 29.6 millilitres (ml), is slightly larger than the imperial fluid ounce (about 28.4 ml). However, as there are 16 US fl oz to a US pint and 20 imp fl oz per imperial pint, the imperial pint is about 20% larger. The same is true of quarts, gallons, etc.; six US gallons are a little less than five imperial gallons.
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    1. Yes; everything needed to run the tests are bundled inside the test suite or executable. There's no connections to foreign processes or systems. I.e, no talking to databases or reading files from disk. If necessary, these connection points are faked / mocked.

      Tests running in isolation don't depends on external systems to work.

  15. Nov 2019
    1. I should also add that I'm in favor of relying more heavily on integration testing. When you do this, you need to unit test fewer of your simple components and wind up only having to unit test edge cases for components (which can mock all they want).
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  18. Jul 2019
    1. Nobel Peace prize

      What did he do to win the noble prize?

    2. We deplore all forms of violence

      They are non-violent

    1. Romero was assassinated in 1980

      His views on social and political issues was not taken well and eventually got his assassinated.

    1. In the event of armed attack in Europe on one or more of the Parties to the Treaty by any state or group of states, each of the Parties to the Treaty, in the exercise of its right to individual or collective self-defence in accordance with Article 51

      A "attack one, attack all" mentality

    1. 5. To accept the collaboration in Serbia of representatives of the Austro-Hungarian Government in the suppression of the subversive movement directed against the territorial integrity of the monarchy;

      This demand was not met leading to be one of the causes of WWI.

    1. Eventually, the term Communist became identified with the brand of Socialism that came to be called “Marxism.”

      Is this the same Communism as the Soviet Union Communism?

    1. Marriage is the tomb of trust and love.

      In this time period marriage was forced and could be unbroken.

    1. The pope cannot remit any guilt, except by declaring that it has been remitted by God and by assenting to God’s remission; though, to be sure, he may grant remission in cases reserved to his judgment. If his right to grant remission in such cases were despised, the guilt would remain entirely unforgiven

      The pope cannot take away a person sin unless the canons say otherwise

    1. The Enlightenment was always a self-consciously minority movement.

      The enlightenment did not appeal to people at the time

    1. Despite the serious wrong done to us, the occupation of the port of Kiaochow was undertaken with the greatest care. We wish for the continuation of the friendship that has so long bound Germany with China and which so far has never been clouded.

      Germany wants to continue friendly relations while also being Asia's equal

    1. ake up the White Man’s burden — The savage wars of peace — Fill full the mouth of Famine And bid the sickness cease;

      Are they talking about the sacrifices the colony made?

    1. The removal, so far as possible, of all economic barriers and the establishment of an equality of trade conditions among all the nations consenting to the peace and associating themselves for its maintenance.

      Free trade

    2. Adequate guarantees given and taken that national armaments will be reduced to the lowest point consistent with domestic safety.

      reduction of national weapons

    1. to my Celestial Court and to be in control of your country’s trade with China, this request is contrary to all usage of my dynasty and cannot possibly be entertained. It is true that Europeans, in the service of the dynasty, have been permitted to live at Peking, but they are compelled to adopt Chinese dress, they are strictly confined to their own precincts and are never permitted to return home.

      The emperor basically saying that diplomat sent to his country cannot return home

    2. You, O King, live beyond the confines of many seas, nevertheless, impelled by your humble desire to partake of the benefits of our civilisation, you have dispatched a mission respectfully bearing your memorial. Your Envoy has crossed the seas and paid his respects at my Court on the anniversary of my birthday. To show your devotion, you have also sent offerings of your country’s produce.

      throughout the entire passage the emperor had a condescending tone

    1. All those people in China who sell opium or smoke opium should receive the death penalty.

      The selling of opium is punishable by death

    1. Art 3 — There can be no slaves on this territory; servitude has been forever abolished. All men are born, live and die there free and French. Art 4 — All men can work at all forms of employment, whatever their color.Art 5 — No other distinctions exist than those of virtues and talents, nor any other superiority than that granted by the law in the exercise of a public charge. The law is the same for all, whether it punishes or protects. Title III. On Religion

      slavery was abolished in Haiti

    1. Be it known to the readers of this work that this humble slave of the Almighty is going to describe in a correct manner the excellent character,

      The person who wrote this a slave describing the emperor

    1. What ho! my work is in the hall of arms, I listen to no mortal, nor can any put me to shame, I know none such, I am the Terror, I know none other, I am where war is, my work is said to be in the hall of arms, let no one curse my children.

      the god of arms openly says he is terror but cares for his people

    2. 1. Huitzilopochtli is first in rank, no one, no one is like unto him: not vainly do I sing (his praises) coming forth in the garb of our ancestors; I shine; I glitter. 2. He is a terror to the Mixteca; he alone dest

      many of the hymns are about how fear the gods are

    1. Whoever finds a runaway slave or captive and does not return him to the person to whom he belongs is to be put to death.

      First things to be addressed is ways to be killed by law

  19. Jan 2019
    1. Overall, recovery studies suggest that subcategories of the recovery process exist. However, different units of analysis (e.g., individual versus group) or different types of groups (e.g., based on ethnicity or social class) may experience the phases of recovery at differing rates. Thus, patterns, phrases or cycles of recovery are not linear.

      Strong statement on how the unit of analysis can influence disaster research beyond theoretical frameworks and the need to look at temporality differently.

  20. Aug 2018
    1. Then it gets the native element of the compiled HTML (the HTML rendered by the component).

      This explains what 'native element' is, at least in this case. Its the outcome HTML after the detectChanges()

    2. We use an async before each. The purpose of the async is to let all the possible asynchronous code to finish before continuing.

      Is this like putting your code in setTimeout() just to push it into the event loop task queue?...

    1. The CLI takes care of Jasmine and karma configuration for you.

      meaning, creating a new app using ng new will create the needed mentioned (below) config files

  21. Jul 2018
    1. I can demonstrate a relationship between music and another subject in my schoo

      music standard to integrate into digestive system lesson (the class creates a song plus sings it for the digestive system)

    2. I can collaborate with others to composeor arrange a musical work for a specific purpose.

      Music standard " I can collaborate with others to compose or arrange a musical work for a specific purpose"

  22. Dec 2016
  23. Nov 2016
    1. Exercise: role-playing about a second half of the19th century vals. They do some groups to make all this points and explain to the rest of the groups their researches.

      • First step: students should make a little research about changes over the borders of the Austria-Hungarian Empire. Goal: to know where the Empire was.
      • Second step: common features about climate traits that determine some social relationships.
      • Third step: virtual guides over some cities like Vienna, Hamburg, Budapest: cultural characteristics (folklore, mores). Main monuments of these cities and organisation of the city.
      • Fourth step: little research about nationalism, romanticism, Court culture. Little comparison with Wagner’s nationalism.
      • Fifth step: about garments instead of being dressed like in this period, they have to come to the classroom dressed formally as nowadays but with some characteristic elements like medals, tiara, etc.
      • Sixth step: Dance with each other and ENJOY! Trying to have some characteristic features on their behaviour and acting like Germans, Austrians, Czechs, etc. as seen in classroom: who can fit or not with each other and why; mainly everyone against the Austrians. o Besides: not everyone is a high social class, but most of them acting like servants. Made by: Carlos Fuertes, Josep Rostoll, Alicia Martí, Amador Yera, Josep Coret, Angela Cortes, Amanda Navarro
  24. Oct 2016
    1. A map showing the many different kinds of republics in the world today.

      At the bottom of this map, they make a note about the difference between de jure and de facto democracies - what do these terms mean?

  25. Jul 2016
    1. Jefferson suggested that private efforts would be inadequate and that state support would be necessary to provide education for slaves “destined to be free.”

      What was Jefferson's stance on slavery?

    2. Not Worth a Continental

      What other economic issues were there with the Articles of Confederation?

    3. Congress Adopts the Northwest Ordinance

      How is the Northwest Ordinance similar or dissimilar to the Constitution of 1787?

    4. Call to Revise Articles of Confederation

      Here is a link to a transcript of this letter: http://founders.archives.gov/documents/Washington/04-03-02-0525

    5. John Hanson

      Who was John Hanson?

    6. Benjamin Franklin’s Proposed Plan of Confederation, 1775

      Read the document to the right. What are some of the attributes of Franklin's plan?

    7. Divisions among the states and even local rebellions threatened to destroy the fruits of the Revolution

      Give an example of these divisions or rebellions and how they exposed a weakness of the Articles of Confederation.

    1. Under Athenian democracy, the people voted on every law. This was a pure or direct democracy where the majority had nearly complete control over rights and progress.

      Would you want to live under this system?

    2. They usually aren't; usually a republic is a type of representational democracy with some checks and balances enshrined in the constitution that safeguard the rights of minorities.

      Could you have a republic without a democracy?

    3. oligarchy or plutocracy.

      Define either of these forms of government.

    4. In a republic, a constitution or charter of rights protects certain inalienable rights that cannot be taken away by the government, even if it has been elected by a majority of voters. In a "pure democracy," the majority is not restrained in this way and can impose its will on the minority.

      Find or think of an example that illustrates the difference between a republic and a democracy.

    1. Which of these myths, if any, are harmful?

    2. Why is it important to debunk myths like this?

    3. in order to form a more perfect understanding

      What is this a reference to?

    4. Perhaps more than any defining moment in American history, the War of Independence is swathed in beliefs not borne out by the facts.

      Do you agree? Why do you think this is?

    1. Act for Establishing Religious Freedom

      Here is a link to a transcript of this document: http://www.heritage.org/initiatives/first-principles/primary-sources/virginia-act-establishing-religious-freedom

      How does what Jefferson says compare to the Constitution in Massachusetts?

    2. it violated the citizen's "unalienable" natural right to freedom of religion and on the practical argument that government's embrace of religion had inevitably harmed it.

      Here is a link to a transcript of this document: http://press-pubs.uchicago.edu/founders/documents/amendI_religions43.html

      How did Madison demonstrate his views?

    3. Persecution in Virginia

      Who was being persecuted and why?

    4. tax for the support of religion but permitted individuals to earmark their taxes for the church of their choice

      Would you want to pay a tax like this?

    5. The Church-State Debate: Virginia

      Was the debate similar to or different than that in Massachusetts?

    6. Massachusetts Constitution of 1780

      Read through the Constitution by clicking on the image. What was the outcome of the debates over state support of religion?

    7. Irenaeus

      Who was Irenaeus, and why do you think Samuel West choice this pseudonym?

    8. Against Tax-Supported Religion

      Why does Isaac Backus take this position?

    9. For Tax-Supported Religion

      What arguments does Phillips Payson use to support his view?

    10. that the voters would accept.

      Was this practice unique to Massachusetts?