Why Is Collecting Rainwater Illegal in Some States?

In addition to the water rights issues, there are health issues. Joyce Connemara mentioned mosquitoes which are an important issue in wet years, here in California. This can be remedied by sealing off the stored water with screening, but only if the homeowner is educated.One of the most important reasons not to use water that falls in urban areas is that the dust in cities is often toxic. The water that is collected in streets is almost always toxic, containing ethylene glycol (the most common antifreeze), asbestos, lead (left over from old gasoline), oil, tar, and microscopic particles of artificial rubber. Even watering your garden with city runoff can be dangerous.

Most manufactured roofing products are toxic. Many contain asphalt (oil tar), bitumen (coal tar), fire retardants, insect repellents, herbicides, insecticides, and so on. Older roofing material often contains asbestos, lead, or arsenic. Newer tile and slate roofs are less polluting, but "Class A" wood shingles are toxic. So even collecting the water that falls on your urban roof is dangerous if you do not have the right roofing.This water should be treated before being allowed to enter rivers, lakes, or the ocean, but it usually is not treated. A greenbelt (natural or otherwise) removes most of the toxins from water before it enters rivers or lakes. Toxic dust does not reach aquifers because it filters through soil and gravel, but chemicals like insecticides and herbicides pollute aquifers.

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Can reputation truly be measured by the opinions of the collective?

Reputation is as others have said, collective indirect opinion based on and bestowed on you by others. That is, if you know something directly, you have an opinion; if it's indirect through "the collective" experience, it's reputation. However, this is only half the story. Outside of first-generation computer applications, reputation is never monolithic (for a classic refutation of monolithic reputation systems, see com/325, especially the mouseover text).

"The collective" that bestows and creates reputation is always relative to the one asking about reputation. I talked about this in my answer to the question What are some existing "PeopleRank" algorithms? What constitutes user quality and how do you build a user behavior profile? As I mentioned there, an easy example is Romeo and Juliet: is Romeo Montague a lover or a scoundrel? Are the Capulets honorable or dastardly? It all depends on who you are, and on who you trust. When we all trust the same sources -- single-source media for example -- we all have the same opinions and evolve similar reputations. When the media fractures, we have vastly differing opinions based on whether as individuals we trust, say, Glenn Beck or Jon Stewart. Their reputations are based on others whom we trust (and on our own opinions of them), and the reputations of those they report on depend on our level of trust and value in them.So yes, reputation can be measured based on the opinions of the collective. But which collective and which measurements -- those are thornier questions

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What is the B.O. Collection of baahubali?

Bahubali 47th Day Collection: Bahubali the biggest South Indian blockbuster movie which has been released on 10th July 2015 will reached at a top in box office and got a first position in box office with his huge collection in worldwide Baahubali breaks all the records in the box office and made a records with a gross collection of 600Cr in worldwide. The movie has great and high graphics which is loves by people so much. Baahubali has fantastic and make a boom in the box office in his first week. It become a first movie which enter in 200Cr clucb in five days. The Total global gross earning of Baahubali is around in 215Cr in 5 days. Baahubali was also perform very booming in his 2nd and 3rd weekend.

The total box office collection is 365Cr in just 12 days and cross 400Cr in his 3rd weekend.Baahubali screening on more than 2000 screen around in the world in its 4th weekend. Baahubali faced the competition from Bajrangi Bhaijan, Drihyam ,tamil movie Vallu and Telugu movie Beguri etc but still in box office and cross 500Cr in just 4th week in box office collection.

today Baahubali will enter in its 7th week and completed the 47 th day fom its releasing. Total gross collection of 46 th day is near around 0.43Cr and total gross collection of 47th day is around 0.

42Cr and stiil arising towards its 8th weekend.The total Box office collection up to 47th day is around 578.95Cr

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How does a narcissist wear down the boundaries of an ordinarily strong and collected person?

Key in all of this is to make partner become dependent on the narc. This will be the driver during initial Idealisation phase when narc is going hell for leather with charm offensive and every manipulative tactic under the sun to make target fall under their spell. Takes a brave soul to not be affected by looks, charm, sex and continual flattery.

The Devaluation testing phase if successful for the narc just reinforces partner now hooked and has now likely victim status. So how do they wear this strong characters boundaries down? By perpetually just chip chip chipping away. Just a little every now and again to begin with in an ever so subtle way but gaining in strength over time. Because the frequency is so small and regular its barely noticed. All the while at an unconscious level the strength of psyche becomes lower as self esteem drops by the day. This once decisive person is now asking the narcs advice and seeking reassurance without even realising it. Occasional flattery comes along to keep them sweet but by the same token reminded of just how useful the narcs frequent advice is proving to be.Narcs in the interim take an under the radar approach to breaking down boundaries. They take a little but often approach. They leave the big guns for when they get bored.

Suggest read chapter The Devaluation phase in book entitled:Prepare to be tortured. The price you will pay for dating a narcissist.Available amazon books

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Which one is correct, "I will collect it when I am back" or "will I collect it when I'm back"?

Question as answered: Which one is correct, "I will collect it when I am back" or "will I collect it when I'm back"?They're both grammatical.One is a statement and one is a question, so there's no context in which they're similar.The first would make perfect sense in a very obvious and common context.

The second is slightly odd and would need a very contrived context to make sense. The trouble is that, with "I" plus a verb that you would be actively doing, "will" is not just about your future actions but your current intent, and it's odd for you to have to ask what you intend to do. Perhaps you have delegated your decisions to a secretary who tells you your plan for the day each day.

Edit: it turns out the question was a typo and was meant to be about contractions:In speech you must use all standard contractions, unless there's a reason for strong emphasis on one of the words: "I will collect it when I'm back." (i.e., "I won't forget.") In formal written style you must not use contractions. In less formal writing it's a matter of taste, but once the reader sees you start using contractions, they will assume any non-contracted verbs were meant to be strongly emphasized.

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What is the scariest item in Ed and Lorraine Warren's collection?

Ed and Lorraine Warren, (deceased, both now)in life were demonologists who investigated hauntings such as the house in Amityville, New York, and many others. Their museum is the only occult museum and oldest of its kind. It houses many obscure, cursed, and haunted artifacts which were used in very dangerous occult activities and diabolical practices around the world. Probably, with me having a gift where spirits come to me for help, the scariest item would be the coffin that belonged to a person who in life was a vampire. I am sort of a spirit/entity magnet. From experience, I know there are people who can take energy from people. If they are sane, though scary, that is one thing, but if crazy, quite another. I did not know that person while he was alive. Was he sane?Imagine, you are being deliberately stalked by a man's spirit who in life whole heartedly believed he was and is a vampire. He still believes it. He is crazy, and has no qualms against draining the life from you, slowly. He is charming, handsome, even as a spirit, but deadly. You are scared, but also fascinated by him, and you cannot help being so. However, with such a gift, there is a risk any spirit or being attached to an item would come to me. So this is a hard question to answer. While I would not mind learning about the Warrens, I might would avoid the museum if possible

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What is one thing you need to complete your collection?

thanks for A2A Craig Anderson.ni am very very far from needing just one thing to complete my collection. but then both my collection are open ended and may never be termed complete.The first is that of vinyl records. mostly hindi music but a few english/western albums that i liked in my younger days too. i dont really go hunting specific titles with vengeance however if i may ever lay my hand on some signed records of one or more of following i would be happy-Michael Jackson.Lata MAngeshkar.Mohammed Rafi.Mehdi Hassan.my second collection is of indian comics and storybooks/magazines, again mostly from my childhood days.i am happy i own a copy of probably world s only comic that was based on a real life Movie star as protagonist in a superhero role. Supremo (comics) - Wikipedia . nwell theres a whole lot missing from my collection but i dont really have any specific aim for my collection. Following are few things that i would like to include though the inclusion will still not make it 'complete'-diamond comics series from 70s and 80s- Fauladi singh , Mahabali shera etc.MAdhu muskan and lotpot magazine( the original motu patlu series including ghaseetaram and chelaram too. which are missing from the animated series.hindi prints of asterix and modesty blaise from late 70s.few hindi edition copies of readers digest ( sarvottam). i seem to have almost all of them barring 5-10 of nearly 200 published in hindi.Few indrajaal comics.nthanks

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How would you build up your car collection?

If you're asking what are ny dream garage then,For cruising around in style I'd choose the new Aston Martin DBS. Its beautiful and I like it !I always wanted something big, Land Rover Defender is the way to go. I'll take this thing anywhere !For something that makes me happy, a Bugatti Chiron my go to car. No its not because its a Chiron, but rather its a Bugatti. A brand I've been mocked on when I was 7, my uncle said I'll regret it buying a toy car of the EB110 SS, and until middle school people started to understand why I liked the brand. Recently I saw a Bugatti EB110 GT up for sale, man I wish I could get that. The problem is, its old IMAGINE THE MAINTENANCE !For everyday driving and commuting, I'd take a Porsche 911 any time. Its a Porsche, I trust themI know, you might be thinking I'm just a kid who doesn't understand that those cars will cost me more on the long run. Keeping them around makes me broke. And its not fun driving them everyday (uncle has them)But there's one catch, if in any situation I'd have to choose one of them over the other I'll pull out my Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R that I've fitted with saddlebags.

Or maybe a BMW K1200GS ? Anyway I'll take a motorcycle over any cars because I feel alive riding them. Cars makes me proud of myself, motorcycles makes me happy

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Data Collection Phases
Data Collection PhasesFirst Two Years of LifeAt approximately 6 weeks after birth, data were collected from interviews of the primary caregiver (usually the birth mother) and the collateral caregiver (the partner of the primary, usually the father). Data were collected from 1376 families in relation to 1398 children (including 22 pairs of twins). The ethnic mix of the original cohort was 47% Samoan, 21% Tongan, 17% Cook Island Maori, 4% Niuean and 11% other Pacific or non-Pacific. At 12 months of age, 1224 primary caregivers and 825 collateral caregivers were interviewed in relation to 1241 children. At 24 months, 1144 primary caregivers and 854 collateral caregivers were interviewed in relation to 1162 children. Details of the first two years can be found in a technical report. Transition to SchoolAt the age of 4 years, data were collected from primary caregiver interviews and separate child assessments. At the age of 6 years, data were collected from primary caregiver interviews, collateral caregiver interviews, child assessments and teacher evaluations. Towards AdolescenceAs each child turned 9, data were collected from primary caregiver interviews, child assessments and teacher child evaluations. As of June 2011[update], data on 11-year-olds are being collected from primary and collateral caregiver interviews, child assessments and teacher evaluations.— — — — — —What are the tools available for Twitter historical data collection?I have tried several tools for twitter corpus development and I think one of the most robust scripts for crawling tweets bypassing the Twitter API time limitation is the Jefferson Henrique's python script availabe at GitHub (Jefferson-Henrique/GetOldTweets-python).The results are identical with the Twitter search box and the output is written in a csv file— — — — — —What are different data collection methods for statistics?Here's my favorite method. It's called "skip all of that and just go to a data vendor"!Honestly though... data collection takes hours and hours and it's incredibly time/energy consuming. On top of that, you have to keep constantly recollecting and updating your charts so it stays accurateTo me, that's just not worth it. My time would be spent much better if I just received exactly what I wanted and it updated on its own. This way, I could just focus on what I wanted to do with the data in the first place.I personally like Intrinio the most for this. Here's a few brief reasons:They are known to be reliable and accurateThey collect and update the data automaticallyThey insert most of the data into Excel for youYou only pay for the data you use. Most other data vendors fill their data feeds up with way too much data, which causes the price to go up. This results in a bunch of people paying extra money for data they do not even need. Intrinio is not like thatAnyways, that's my two cents :)Hope this helps!-Full disclosure: I work for Intrinio.— — — — — —Data collectionDigital maps heavily rely upon a vast amount of data collected over time. Most of the information that comprise digital maps is the culmination of satellite imagery as well as street level information. Maps must be updated frequently to provide users with the most accurate reflection of a location. While there is a wide spectrum on companies that specialize in digital mapping, the basic premise is that digital maps will accurately portray roads as they actually appear to give "life-like experiences."— — — — — —Is there an app I can use for data collection?FReD is one of the best field data collection apps. You will get end number of options but you have to choose the best one. A good Field Data Collection App should be both Android and iOS friendly and it should lead to value-addition to the end-result of the related task and will bring improvement in the quality of output. A field data collection app should be able to: Schedule a project and event, Track feature that helps in monitoring time spent by each field reps, Capture field activity status and updates, Verify receipt and results on real time basis, Structure inventories and product catalogs, Capture critical data such as pictures, feedback, signatures etc. Take order and carry product-focused performance, Utilize during audits and field promotions— — — — — —At what point do you think a student's privacy is violated by data collection?My view is that student's data is purely for the student's academic "career" and should be treated as such. Thus, it has no business being in circulation outside of educational and academic institutes against the student's own wishes. If a student wants to celebrate their "A" grade by boasting about it on facebook or some other social media platform, then that is their business. If, on the other hand, a college or High School sells that information to some company... well then it's very much crossed a line and should be hammered with legal consequences.Others on this forum have suggested reforming the legal system to cover the new digital age. That is very much necessary. Not only do laws have to update punishment and definition of circurmstances, they also need to mandate new means of enforcement.
What's the Best Way to Sell a Varied Currency Collection?
you know what really works best? Craigslist. Forget coin stores, they buy your product so that they can sell it for profit. They are not cheating you, they are just trying to run a business. Regardless, if you want the more bang for your buck, you need to sell your collection without the middleman. You will also be able to sell it for more if you sell the items individually or in small groups, rather than as a large group, but its also more time-consuming. I do not know where you live, so craigslist may not be fool-proof, but if you live within an hour or two of any major city, you will definately find some interest in the collection. Try to find collectors online through forums as well, if you can not get attention on craigslist. All I ask is that you either appraise your collection yourself by getting yourself the proper materials (the offical "red book" for coins published by Whitman) or get it appraised by a reputable third-party. After doing that, be prepared to sell your collection for as much as 40% less (in rarer cases) than what it was appraised for. The values you are looking at are what you might buy it at a store from, and incidentally what one might insure it for. the appraised amount will not be what a collector is willing to buy off of another collector. Hope it works out for you, and if it does not , feel free to email me and I can offer more advice.1. Metal detection of silver coins?Spineshank - Synthetic Korn - Here to Stay Slipknot - Duality Gob - Paint It Black Cave In - Anchor Marilyn Manson - Dope Hat Turbonegro - F*** the World Rage Against the Machine - Know Your Enemy Transplants - Diamonds and Guns Metallica - My Friend of Misery Psycore - Full Blood Freak Strapping Young Lad - Underneath the Waves the Tea Party - Fire within the Head Downer - Last Time Orgy - Blue Monday2. What game(s) should I get for my Nintendo DS?Pokemon Diamond/Pearl/Platinum - This is a pokemon rpg that's has a great adventure where you try to catch all of the Pokemon. Trade your Pokemon with friends to help you on your journey. Battle your friends online and go wifi and battle random people seeing if you can top them or not. If you get Diamond/Pearl and you have Pokemon Battle Revolution (for wii) then you can copy your Pokemon onto there and experience a better fight on the wii. If you have Pokemon Ranch (wii) then you can transfer your Pokemon onto there to raise them on a ranch and much more. Animal Crossing Wild World - A virtual life where you just live a life. You can interact with neighbors, redecorate your house, go fishing, pay off your bills, make a garden, shop at the store, invest at the bank, design your own clothing and MUCH more. When you have friends you can invite them to your town to let them see your town and just have a good time together. If you want you can visit a friends town and interact with even more people. New Super Mario Bros - The side-scrolling game of Mario but this time with more twists and tricks. Canon shortcuts going to other worlds, the mini and mega mushroom which makes you super big and super small. When you want friends to play you can do 4-player mini game mode or 1 vs 1 star to see who gets the required stars first. Mario Party DS - Its the board game of Mario but this time with a 4-player feature with only 1 game card. Play the board game trying to collect the most stars and coins to win. Every turn you would play a mini-game and the winner would get some coins to help then to the star. Big Brain Academy - This is a game to simply make your bran thinking with easy games. Get some friends to play along up to 8 with one game card and see who's the smartest of them all. Mario Hoops 3 on 3 - Its just basketball 3 on 3 style but with Mushroom's Kingdom's way of playing it. Play with items and coins to help you out. This game also has up to 4 players on it with one game card.3. Two Coins are Flipped n TimesCall these people Alice and Bob.The probability that Alice tosses $k$ heads and Bob tosses $k$ heads is the same as the probability that Alice tosses $k$ heads and Bob tosses $k$ tails, that is the same as the probability that Alice tosses $k$ heads and Bob tosses $n-k$ heads.Adding up over all $k$, he probability that Alice and Bob toss the same number of heads is the same as the probability that Alice and Bob toss $n$ heads between them.
Knowledge About Iron Production: a Collection of Old Ballads of Scottish Plaid
A Collection of Old Ballads of scottish plaidA Collection of Old Ballads is an anonymous book published 17231725 in three volumes in London by Roberts and Leach. It was the second major collection of British folksongs to be published, following Wit and Mirth, or Pills to Purge Melancholy (published 17191720).Ambrose Philips was once credited as the editor, but this has since been challenged. Volume one contained "Chevy Chase", "Queen Eleanor's Confession", "The Suffolk Miracle", and "Bonny Dundee". The preface to volume two notes that readers had responded to volume one by sending some rare songs to the editor. It has fewer genuine folksongs than the first volume, and instead has some obvious literary concoctions. It has "The Merchant's Son and Beggar Wench of Hull" (a prototype of "New York Girls"), "The Wind Has Blown my Plaid Away", "The Bonny Grey-Eyed Morn" and three Robin Hood ballads. The third volume is the poorest, with long historical songs about the kings of England, obviously not taken from the folk tradition. "The Baffled Knight" (Child Ballad 4) is genuine, and there is even a whaling song "The Greenland Voyage". There are a few Scottish items: "The Broom of Cowdenknowes", "Bessy Bell and Mary Gray", "Muirland Willie" and "The Gaberlunzie Man". The collection also includes "The Merchant and the Beggar Maid" and "An Thou Were My Ain Thing" (later recorded by Maddy Prior).Within a year of the publication of volume one, Allan Ramsay was inspired to publish his "Tea-Table Miscellany" (1724) in Edinburgh. "A Collection of Old Ballads" is the first printed collection to aim for songs that were genuinely old folksongs, but there are no tunes to the 159 texts. In a few cases the names of tunes are indicated.------History of the collection of animal charcoalIt is unclear at exactly what point Kathleen Garman and Sally Ryan conceived of making a collection of art. It has been suggested that the collection was, in part, in response to the death of Jacob Epstein (Kathleen's husband) whose work and own personal artefacts feature heavily within the collection. The Collection was largely assembled between 1959 and 1973.Kathleen was the sole beneficiary of Epstein's estate upon his death, and although she sold much of his collection in accordance with his will, she retained a number of objects that were said to be of significance to her. Sally Ryan was able to fund the collection of artworks due to a large inheritance received from her grandfather Thomas Fortune Ryan, a successful American tobacco and transport magnate. A number of Sally Ryan's own works also form part of the Garman Ryan collection. Kathleen Garman also ran her own commercial art gallery, 'The Little Gallery', operating in Kensington, London in the mid-1960s, as a consequence she was buying and selling art on a regular basis. It has been suggested that a number of works from the Garman Ryan collection were originally 'Little Gallery' stock.A number of artists represented with the collection also had personal connections with Kathleen Garman and Sally Ryan. Jacob Epstein was Kathleen's late husband, and artists Augustus John, Gaudier-Brzeska and Amedeo Modigliani were all friends. Family links are also evident within the collection; there are a number of works by Theodore Garman, the son of Kathleen Garman and Jacob Epstein, and Portrait of Kitty, a portrait of Epstein's daughter Kitty by her first husband Lucian Freud.The collection was donated to the people of Walsall in 1973 and opened to the public in July 1974. It was originally exhibited in what was the first floor reference room of Walsall Library. The collection was moved to its new purpose-built home over two floors of The New Art Gallery Walsall, and opened to the public in this new setting in 2000.------Articles in collection and monographs of triptychOpera under the arch of church (triptych by Benjamin Britten). In: Life of religion in Music. Collection of articles. St Petersburg: Sudarinya, 2006. 199208.LASM what was it? In: Vremen svyazujuschaya nit. Collection to anniversary of E. S. Barutcheva. St Petersburg, 2004. 13947.Finnish suite by Shostakovich: from the manuscript history. In: Collection of articles of Sibelius Academy. Helsinki, 2004. in English and Finnish.Dialogues about Shostakovich: From the History of Russian Studies about Shostakovich. In: A Shostakovich Casebook. Ed. by Malcolm Hamrick Brown. Bloomington and Indianapolice: Indiana University Press, 2004. 23853.An Episode in the Life of a Book: An Interview with Henry Orlov. In: A Shostakovich Casebook. Ed. By Malcolm Hamrick Brown. Bloomington and Indianapolice: Indiana University Press. 2004. 97126I. S. Bach in life of brothers Druskins (in collaboration with M. Mischenko). In: Albert Schweitzer. I. S. Bach. Moscow: Klassika XXI, 2002. 65783.Bach's story in Petersburg musical context of 20th century. In: Petersburgskaya konservatorija v mirovom muzykalnom prozesse. 18622002. International conference proceeding of the session dedicated to 140-years Anniversary of the Conservatoire (1719 September 2002). St Petersburg, St Petersburg State Conservatoire, 2002. 10710.Music of Britain. In: Istorija zarubezhnoj muzyki. Vol. 6: The beginning of 20th century first half of 20th century. St Petersburg: Kompozitor, 2001. 581626.Prokofiev and Britten (about historical parallels, influences and reminiscence). In: Otrazhenija muzykalnogo teatra. Book 2. Collection of articles and materials to an anniversary of L. G. Danko. St Petersburg: Kanon, 2001. 5069.Shostakovich and Bogdanov-Berezovsky (1920s). In: D. D. Shostakovich: Between the moment and Eternity. Documents. Articles. Publications. St Petersburg, 2000. 1659.An episode from the book life. An interview with Genrikh Orlov. In: D. D. Shostakovich: Between the moment and Eternity. Documents. Articles. Publications. St Petersburg, 2000. 717738.Shostakovich and Britten: Some Parallels. In: Shostakovich in Context. Oxford University Press, 2000. 17589Last opera by Britten (introduction to a masterpiece). In: Muzykalnij teatr 19-20 vekov: voprosi evolutsii. Rostov-na-Dony: Gefest, 1999. 16380.The Cherubic Hymn: about an unknown author's draft by M. A. Balakirev. In: Balakirevu posvyaschaetsya. Collection of articles to 160-year anniversary of the composer (18361996). St Petersburg: Kanon, 1998. 11339.Benjamin Britten A song cycle "The Poet's Echo" on poems by Pushkin (English echo of Russian poet). In: Muzykalnoe prinoshenie to 75-year anniversary of E. A. Ruchevskaya. St Petersburg: Kanon, 1998. 194220.Works by M. S. Druskin. In: Issledovanija. Publizistika. To 20th anniversary of Musical critic department. A collection of articles. St Petersburg: St Petersburg State Conservatoire named after N. A. Rimsky-Korsakov, 1997. 3327.Shostakovich in LASM protocols. In: D. D. Shostakovich. Collection of articles to 90 year anniversary. St Petersburg: Kompozitor, 1996. 4867.Shostakovich and Britten: Some parallels. In: D. D. Shostakovich. Collection of articles to 90 year anniversary. St Petersburg: Kompozitor, 1996. 30632.Note on a Theme from "Peter Grimes ". In: On Mahler and Britten. Essays in Honour of Donald Mitchell on His Seventieth Birthday. London: The Boydell Press, 1995. 17285About I. A. Braudo. In: Leningradskaya konservatorija v vospominanijakh. Vol. 2. Leningrad: Muzyka, 1998. 97-101.Composers of England. In: Musyka of 20 veka. Moscow: Muzyka, 1987. 26993.Michael Tippet and his opera King Priam. In: Ocherki po istorii zarubezhnoj muzyki 20 veka. Leningrad: Muzyka, 1983. 4058.Folk elements of vocal melodies by Britten. In: Problemy muzykalnoj nauki. Collection of articles. Vol. 1. Moscow: Sovetsky kompozitor, 1972. 298325.Britten and traditions of English folk music genres. In: Iz istorii muzyki 20 veka. Moscow: Muzyka, 1971. 208225.------Life in Rome and art collection of iron productionTower married George Washington Wurts in 1898. In 1902 the couple moved to Rome and bought a villa, known as the Villa Sciarra-Wurts, which they spent the rest of their lives renovating and decorating with a variety of art works. They frequently entertained the wealthy, ambassadors, and aristocratic members of society. After her husbands death in 1928 Tower gave their villa to the city of Rome on the condition that the vast garden be turned into a public park and cultural center in honor of the German poet, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. (Included with this was a gift of $50,000 to maintain the property.) The park so dedicated was opened in 1932 and a year later, in 1933, Tower died in Lucerne, Switzerland and is buried in the Protestant cemetery in Rome.Through her will Tower bequeathed the vast art collection that she and her husband had expanded over several decades to Benito Mussolini, on the condition that it be kept in a museum. The collection was given to Rome's Museo nazionale del Palazzo di Venezia where it has remained since (although several works remain in the Villa Sciarra-Wurts). Included in the collection are over 3,000 items including: ceramics, textiles, tapestries, paintings (including works by Ottaviano Nelli, Vincenzo Pagani, John Russell, Paolo Veneziano, and Michael Wolgemut), about 80 wooden sculptures, various works from China and Japan, and a significant number of works from Russia including 33 late 19th-century women's hats.Towers will also established The Henrietta Tower Wurts Foundation in Philadelphia which in addition to funding Meals on Wheels also provides small grants to organizations serving disadvantaged children and youth and/or the elderly.
Introduction to Workshops - Collection of Workshops
Collection of workshopsThe museum houses artillery dating back to World War I and vehicles from World War II and the post war period. All up the collection owns more than 100 vehicles, with more than 190 exhibits on display. A number are also in various stages of restoration and transit. The collection features a range of armoured vehicles including German, US, Australian, British and Russian examples.US vehiclesUS vehicles in the collection include both an early model and later model Stuart, M47 Patton, M48 Patton, M110 self-propelled gun, M3 Lee, M3 Grant, Sherman M4A1, White half-track, Staghound, M52 105mm SPG, LVT4 landing vehicle, M114 Command and Reconnaissance vehicle, M577A1 Command Vehicle (ex Australian Army), M113A1 (ex Australian army), White M3 half-track, Staghound Anti-Aircraft variant, M3 Grant "local farm conversion", M36 Jackson, M7 Priest and M41 Walker Bulldog.Australian vehiclesThe collection houses two rare Sentinel tanks (AC1 and AC4), Dingo scout car, Local Pattern 2 Carrier, 2 Pdr Attack Carrier Yeramba self-propelled 25 pounder, LP4 Armoured Car, M113 fire support vehicle, S1 (American) Scout car and a 2-pounder Portee on a Blitz truck.British vehiclesArcher, Saladin (two), Chieftain, Humber Armoured Car, Matilda II, WWII British artillery tractor, Sherman Firefly, Churchill Mk VII, Churchill Flail, Churchill AVRE, Centurion, Valentine tank, Saracen, Ferret Mk 2, Fox, FV433 Abbot SPG, Sabre, Bar Mine Layer, Matilda II with Mk3 No.1 Bulldozer blade.Russian vehiclesSoviet artillery tractor, BMP1, T-55, T26, T34/85, T60, T70, T72, BTR152, SU76, SU100, Pion 2S7 203mm SPG, BTR60 Command version, ATL Artillery Tractor, SA-2 (Surface to Air Missile) and a 2S1 GvozdikaGerman vehiclesPanzer 38(t), Jagdpanzer 38(t), Tiger 1 (replica from the film "Fury), Hummel (vehicle), Leopard 1, Kanonenjagdpanzer, Panzer IV Ausf D,Panzer 4 Auf E, Panzer IV Ausf G, Kettenkraftrad(Sd.Kfz. 2), Sd.kfz 251/1 Ausf D and a Sd.Kfz. 250/3 Ausf A, Sd.Kfz. 250/3 Ausf B, Sturmgeschtz III, Beobachtungpanzer Artillery Observation Vehicle, and Sd.Kfz. 251/9c., Sd.Kfz. 250, Sd.Kfz. 251/22, Sd.kfz. 11/1 and a Sd.Kfz 250/8. Panzer IV G .Both a Panzer V 'Panther tank' and a Stug IV are owned by the collection, but undergoing restoration and not on display.Other countriesOther vehicles from other countries include a Canadian Ram Kangaroo, Czech OT810, Canadian Lynx, French Panhard AML, Ford Gun Tractor with Australian Limber and British 25 pdr, and Czech Praga with 30mm AA gunVehicles not on displayAdditionally, there are a number of vehicles owned by the museum, but not currently on display. Mostly these are still being prepared in workshops, either on site or overseas, or they are in transit to the Museum. Some of these include a Panther A, Cromwell Medium Tank, ISU152 and close to another 25 additional planned exhibits------Cultural baggage of workshopsThe term cultural baggage refers to the tendency for one's culture to pervade thinking, speech, and behavior without one being aware of this pervasion. Cultural baggage becomes a factor when a person from one culture encounters a person from another, and subconscious assumptions or behaviors can interfere with interaction.The "baggage" imagery implies that cultural baggage is something that one carries at all times and that it can be burdensome, hindering freedom of movement (i.e. hinders intercultural dialog). Darret B. Rutman has used the term to describe early European settlers of North America (A Place in Time: Middlesex County, Virginia 1650-1750 by Darret B. Rutman, Anita H. 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It is a service, leadership, professional and community service organization (often miscommunicated as a Social Service Club) for young men and women between the ages 18 and over.Rotaract focuses on the development of young adults as leaders in their communities and workplaces. Clubs around the world also take part in international service projects, in a global effort to bring peace and international understanding to the world."Rotaract" stands for "Rotary in Action", although the name originally comes from a combination of "Rotary" and "Interact" (International Action), the high school level program created by Rotary International in 1962.Most Rotaract activities take place at the club level. Rotaract clubs hold formal meetings in person or virtually, usually every two weeks, which feature speakers, special outings, social activities, discussions or visits to other clubs. Club members get together on designated days for service project work, social events, or professional/leadership development workshops.To be eligible for membership, prospective members must be 18 years of age and over, show that they are committed to Rotaract, and show that they are of good standing in the community. After being approved by the club, prospective members are 'inducted' to become members, also known as 'Rotaractors'.The avenues of service include Club Service, Community Service, International Service and Professional Development.Rotaract Club undertake various projects for the overall development of their members.In 2019, Rotaract went from being a program of Rotary International to being a membership type of Rotary International, elevating its status to resemble that of Rotary clubs. As of 1 July 2020, Rotaract clubs can exist on their own, or may be sponsored by Rotary and/or Rotaract clubs. This makes them true "partners in service" and key members of the family of Rotary. A Rotaract club may, but is not required to, establish upper age limits, provided that the club (in accordance with its bylaws) obtain the concurrence of its members and the sponsor club(s) (if sponsored).In Hong Kong there are 8 U-based universities joint to organize an annual camp for the committee members to participate. The camp is called Interflow.------About of workshopsSimn Vlez created joinery systems that utilize bamboo as a permanent no structural element in both residential and commercial structures. For four consecutive years he has been invited by the Vitra Design Museum and the Georges Pompidou Center to conduct workshops in France in which structures of bamboo-guadua were built as an instructive exercise. He has led workshops around the world in bamboo joinery and assemblage systems.For Expo Hanover 2000, he designed and constructed a 2000-square-meter bamboo pavilion for ZERI Foundation (Zero Emissions Research and Initiative). The structure utilized bamboo, recycled cement, copper, and a mixture of terracotta, cement and bamboo fiber panels. It was the first time in history that a bamboo structure received a building permit in Germany. With 6.4 million visitors it became the most popular pavilion of the World Expo.Vlez participated in designing Crosswaters Ecolodge, an ecotourism destination in China in the forests of Nankun Shan Mountain Reserve, in the Guangdong Province. It the largest project in the world to the use bamboo in a commercial project and the first project of this scale in Asia to use bamboo as a structural element in a dwelling. The project received the American Society of Landscape Architects 2006 Analysis and Planning Award of Honor.Vlez has designed guadua bamboo buildings in Germany, France, the United States, Brazil, Mexico, China, Jamaica, Colombia, Panam, Ecuador, and India. He designed the Zcalo Nomadic Museum in Mexico City, which houses Gregory Colbert's "Ashes and Snow."In December 2009 he received 'The Principal Prince Claus Award' for his contribution to a positive interaction between culture and development. This prestigious Dutch award, founded by the Royal Prince Claus(), has a price of 100,000. Since 1997 the Prince Claus Awards are presented annually to artists, thinkers and cultural organizations in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean.Collaborating with Sanjay Prakash, and in partnership with Pradeep Sachdeva, Simn Vlez participated in EXPO 2010 Shanghai China as part of the team for the Indian pavilion.Vlez has designed some new exciting guadua bamboo buildings for Longquan International Biennale (LIB), which will be launched from the Municipality of Longquan, Zhejiang Province, located approximately 500km south of Shanghai, PR China. The LIB is an architectural event staged every two years, in which architects of international stature are invited to build habitable buildings in a location of cultural and historical importance. The first LIB, which is due to open in November 2013, invited twelve internationally renowned architects to rise to the challenge.
Is the Bible Unverified and Collected by Unknown Anonymous Authors?
How could it be verified?Those who wrote it did not see Jesus at all.The earliest Gospel (Mark) we have dates to 66-70 AD. By that time, not only Jesus was crucified, but also almost all (if not all) the apostles were dead as well. Paul had written earlier than that, but Paul never saw Jesus (apart from his visions). Some of his letters are believed to be authentic. Even then, they date around the year 50 AD. So, yes, the Bible is written by anonymous authors. They probably did their best to collect what was being said about Jesus and His doings, but there were no scientific way to verify the collected information. Furthermore, each author had his interpretation of the religion, thus, collecting/filtering the evidence accordingly. After several decades of work, historians did an excellent job, deciphering what probably had happened. Most scholars of NT believe that the bible was written by anonymous authors for the most part. Strictly speaking this does not necessarily mean that it is inaccurate. If you believe that those anonymous authors were inspired by the God, then you should not have any problem at all. However, from a historical point of view, they were written in Greek by anonymous authors who collected available information at the time of their writing, which was much later. There were also many different books that did not make it to the Canon. Some became apocrypha, others were lost.• Suggested ReadingWhat is Dangal 1st day box office collection?Dangal 1st Day Collection 2nd Highest Of 2016Dangal 1st day collection 2nd highest of 2016 and also it is 2nd highest grosser of Aamir Khan after Dhoom 3. The first day collection of Dangal is 29 crore nett as per early estimates.Dangal 1st Day Collection | Dangal 1st Day Box Office CollectionFirst day collection of Dangal is second highest non holiday opening ever. Dangal is 2nd highest grosser of Aamir Khan after Dhoom 3 (32.48 crore), 3rd highest is the PK (25.45 crore). Dangal (Hindi) is the 7th highest opening of all time and the second highest non holiday of all time behind Dhoom 3.Trade Analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted Dangal set box officce on fire, the first day box office of Dangal is,"#Dangal wrestles demonetisation... Sets the BO on fire... Ends the lull phase... Fri ₹ 29.78 cr incl ₹ 59 lacs from Tamil and Telugu." . "#Dangal Sat and Sun biz will be higher... Word of mouth is terrific... Expected to cross ₹ 100 cr mark in first 3 days... India biz."Day 1 Collection : 29.78 croresBudget : 125 croresThe best collection of a movie is from East Punjab, Delhi NCR, and Mumbai. The dubbed version of movie did poor business, collected around 59 lacs in Tamil and Telugu version.Total screen out of Dangal in India and overseas is 5300, as per tweet of Taran Adarsh" #Dangal screen count... India: over 4,300 screens Overseas: close to 1000 screens Widest release in North America, UAE-GCC, UK, Australia."For More Details Check Here :Dangal 1st Day Collection 2nd Highest Of 2016.------Is philosophy a collection of facts?A collection of facts, presented in a narrative style is called history, not philosophy. However, philosophy is a collection of thoughts regarding the meaning of the facts: what do those facts mean?Here is an example of fact and its meaning.1 Fact: the whole planet had a human population at its bottleneck size of about 25000 individuals for about 180,000 years just because the planet could not naturally support any larger population.2. Humans are natural hunters who are naturally predisposed to capture kill and eat the prey soon after capture. It is absolutely unnatural for any hunting animal to feed and protect the prey animal, and yet humans did just that: they invented animal husbandry, perhaps about 20,000 years before present. With unnaturally increased (produced) supply of protein-rich meat and milk and egg, the humans were able to move out of the woodlands into the grasslands, breed large herds, live longer, eat better and increase their population. That is, the human population could increase only after they became more productive: they could produce more food per person than before.Now, the philosopher knows how to think and interpret, and the others do not know. Go out and do an opinion survey with this question: do you believe that as the number of people increased, their average real income increased, their average life expectancy increased, and their standard of living improved? You will be stunned by how ignorant people are about facts and how illogical their interpretation is.------Is there a website to download MP3 songs as a zip file containing the whole collection?I would not recommend downloading mp3 files directly from the Internet. Most of them offer pirated content. It's okay that long. But the ads they display on such websites are often malicious. They damage your devices.I can suggest an alternative. Create a playlist on YouTube for songs you want. One playlist shouldn't contain more than 10 videos because that is the limit most free YouTube to MP3 converter use. You can download each playlist using Youtube to MP3 converter from World's #1 Freeware for Windows and Mac or Any Video Converter (just search on CNET; AVC allows both downloading and conversion). There are plenty others. But check their ratings on CNET or DIGIT. That way you'll be sure you are not downloading malware in addition to songs.Google Play Music has a wide range of songs available from as low as ₹4. You can also download entire albums from there. Amazon too sells albums that can be directly downloaded onto your devices but Amazon is costlier compared to Google Play Music Store. You can get an entire 10 song album for ₹60 on Google Play Music Store. That is, if you wish to purchase, otherwise, download from YouTube and convert to MP3. The dvdvideosoft software does it automatically. You just have to create a playlist of max 10 songs and copy paste its URL into the software. Remember it too amounts to piracy but nobody really cares as of now.Websites offering pirated mp3 content are mostly harmful for devices. Always avoid them------What is your dream guitar collection?Well, I am destined to be frustrated in my quest for my dream guitars. But here is the list: 1) the most astounding thing I ever heard in my life was the Ric 12 string electric on Mr. Tambourine Man. Afterwards, I started to notice that distinctive sound on recordings by the Beatles and many other British Invasion bands. I couldnt afford one as a teenager ( or an adult, for that matter). Recently,when I felt that I could afford one, I discovered that I was unable to play one.!i have large hands and Ric necks feel like they too a 6 string guitar neck and crammed 6 more strings on it. I tried to play several and they always sounded like it was the first time I ever tried to play a guitar.Now Im retired and dont have the discretionary income to buy one. 2)!a Mosrite Ventures model, but I would want a real one, not a reproduction, a licensed reissue, an Eastwood or Danelectro that looks like one, and certainly not an imported counterfeit. And again, Im retired so thats b never gonna happen. 3) a nice ES335 - I have an ES333 that I picked up cheap a couple of years ago, but its just ok, its certainly not the same. 4) a Gretsch double cutaway Country Gentleman, because George Harrison on the Ed Sullivan show.I have a couple of Les Pauls, a Strat, and a PRS. They are all wonderful.So maybe I need a Tele, just so that most major guitars are represented------Which is the best coin to collect?I love most all of the coins from the US Mint. I usually get their yearly silver proof set. They also have excellent commemorative cons in silver, gold and platinum. Depending on the metal, you can acquire some really nice coins to collect and pass forward.Also, not so much now, but still watch your pocket change. From time to time I will get a silver quarter (1964 and before), wheat tail pennies, buffalo nickels and recently a Indianhead penny. The conditions of these coins vary from good to poor, but again, an excellent way to get into the collecting scene.I normally stray away from foreign coins but have found some very nice Canadian coins I really enjoy. They are the Silver Maple Leafs and they are 1 ounce silver commemorative cons. I got started when an amateur collector sold them to me for the price of silver. Over time, the price has really soared. They are certainty quality struck coins.The cons I avoid are the coins that are minted by non government mints. I only have 1 example where he coin is actually worth more than the weight of silver. The rest, although pretty, have very little collectability.However, when it boils down. What do you like? How much are you willing to spend? Realize that prices will fluctuate and some prices will drop. As long as you seek reputable coins from reputable sources, the best coin is the coin you like.------What is your most "dream to collect" Pokémon in Pokémon GO?At the beginning of this game, I saw the number of Magikarp candies that was needed to catch a Gyarados and I thought for sure that would be the rarest Pokemon. However, after spending a day at the pier and evolving a Gyarados myself, that is no longer the case.My most dream to collect Pokemon would have to be Alakazam or Gengar.As a child, I remember there were two Pokemon that I loved to death: Alakazam and Gengar. One was psychic type and one was ghost type. And you had to trade to get both of them which made them seem that much more exclusive. On top of that, they were some of the most powerful Pokemon in the entire game so when this game was released, my goal was to get an Alakazam or a Gengar. I will admit that Im still pretty far from either (I have a Kadabra, but only have 10 Ghastly candies), but thats okay because itll keep me playing the game for a while.Also, just as a side note, when I was a child, I was also blown away by the fact that the evolutions of Abra were Abra Kadabra Alakazam. I was super into magic so this one fact astounded me when I found out (yes, more than when I found out Ekans was snake backwards and Arbok was kobra or cobra backwards). So theres also that little nostalgic bit.Plus, just look at how badass they look:
Three Key Technologies of Electronic Toll Collection System_ Taigewang Technology
The electronic toll collection system is often referred to as etc (Electronic Toll Collection). It uses radio frequency identification technology, installs a card reader in the toll station, and installs a radio frequency card in the vehicle, so that the toll station can identify the vehicle within a certain range, and automatically deduct the corresponding fees from the pre bound IC card or bank account without parking payment. It is widely used in highway toll and road and Bridge (tunnel) toll because it does not require manual toll collection and parking card swiping. There are three key technologies to realize the non-stop charging system: identification technology, data transmission and database management, which are described in detail below. In addition, as an aside, the key of the electronic non-stop charging system is charging, not non-stop. 1. The vehicle identification electronic non-stop charging technology adopts radio frequency identification technology. This set of vehicle identification system is composed of card reader and radio frequency card. The card reader is installed in the toll station, and the vehicle is equipped with radio frequency card. They exchange data through wireless for identification. Some people will ask, what if the RF card is dead and can't be identified? Don't worry about this, because the RF card adopts a passive RF card without power supply. It can convert microwave energy into working energy through inductive coupling. 2. Data transmission security is the key to data transmission. In the process of vehicle identification, that is, the data acquisition stage, the transmission speed of RF technology is very fast, only a fraction of a second, and due to microwave radiation and low frequency, it is still guaranteed in terms of safety. In the process of transmitting data to the data center, we adopt the way of special line encryption to ensure the security of data transmission. 3. Database management in the non-stop charging system, the data center has two parts: the system data management unit and the bank data management unit. The system data unit is mainly used to manage vehicle related data collection, cost calculation, system security management, vehicle toll splitting, related report management, etc; The bank data management unit is mainly responsible for handling co branded cards with on-board RF cards, withholding tolls and other services. The management of the database is quite complex. Let's briefly say here that the non-stop charging system adopts the prepayment method. Users need to store the fees in the RF card, which will be automatically deducted in the card when passing through the toll station. At the same time, it can also be bound with bank cards and credit cards to consume in advance. The system will reconcile with the bank regularly.
Knowledge About Collection Agency,Career of Collection Agency
Career of collection agencyWilliams spent nine years with McKinsey & Company, where her assignments included projects in London and Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. After completing her MBA at Harvard Business School, she joined Mitchell Hutchins, Inc., as a securities analyst. She served five years as Contributing Editor of Institutional Investor magazine.From 1991 to 2001, Dr. Williams served as Director of Special Projects for Alliance Capital Management, where she was also a member of the Board of Directors.In 1999, White Williams ran unsuccessfully for the New York City City Council in District 4.Since 2001, Dr. Williams has worked as a full-time writer and researcher. Her articles have appeared in business periodicals and art journals, including American Artist, Business and Society, Financial Analysts Journal, Journal of the Print World, Mystery Readers Journal, Print Collectors Newsletter, Print Quarterly, South Magazine, and The Tamarind Papers.NovelsRestrike, the first novel in the Coleman and Dinah Green series, was published in 2013 by Delos, the fiction imprint of Axios Press and was reissued in 2014 by The Story Plant.Fatal Impressions, the second in the series, was published in April, 2014 by The Story Plant.Angels, a prequel to the series, was published in December, 2014.Bloody Royal Prints was published in July, 2015 by Tyrus Books.Print collectingIn 1975, Reba White Williams and Dave H. Williams began to collect American fine-art prints, focusing on the first half of the twentieth century. Over the next 33 years, utilizing Williams's research skills, they built a collection of more than 5,000 prints. Between 1987 and 2009, the Williamses organized, researched and oversaw the circulation of 18 exhibitions from the collection that traveled to more than 100 museums in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Europe, and Japan.The Williamses created the Print Research Foundation in 1994 as a research and study facility on American prints. In December 2008, Reba and Dave Williams donated their American print collection of more than 5,200 works and the Print Research Foundation and its facilities (the building, library, and archives) to the National Gallery of Art. The collection was described as "unrivaled in scope," and Gallery Director Earl A. Powell III called it "a transformational acquisition".The annual Reba and Dave Williams Prize was created in 1993 for outstanding essays on American printmaking, as judged by the Editor and Editorial Board of Print Quarterly. The prize was last awarded in 2006. The couple also funded the documentary All About Prints, which aired on PBS stations in 2009.Willie Morris Award for Southern FictionSince 2007, Reba White Williams and Dave H. Williams have sponsored the Willie Morris Award for Southern Fiction, named after the journalist and author Willie Morris. The award is given to a novel set in one of the original eleven Confederate States of America that reflects the spirit of Morris's work and stands out for the quality of its prose, its originality, its sense of place and period, and the appeal of its characters.An independent panel of judges votes on the award from books submitted for consideration. Recipients of the award include:2007: The King of Colored Town by Darryl Wimberley2008: City of Refuge by Tom Piazza2009: Secret Keepers by Mindy Friddle2010: Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter by Tom Franklin2011: If Jack's In Love by Stephen Wetta2012: A Short Time to Stay Here by Terry Roberts2013: Nowhere But Home by Liza Palmer2014: Long Man by Amy Greene2015: The Headmaster's Darlings: A Mountain Brook Novel by Katherine Clark With Special Recognition awarded to Sarah Addison Allen2016: Last Ride to Graceland by Kim WrightHonors and awardsWilliams has served on the Print Committees of The Boston Museum of Fine Arts, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Museum of Modern Art, and The Whitney Museum. She served on the Editorial Board of Print Quarterly, and was named an Honorary Keeper of American Prints by the Fitzwilliam Museum at Cambridge University. Williams also served as President of the New York City Art Commission, and as Vice Chairman of the New York State Council on the Arts.She has also received awards including:1988: The Augustus Graham Medal, presented on behalf of the Brooklyn Museum of Art Board of Trustees, for outstanding support of the arts1997: The Polish Order of Merit, Cavalier of the Grand Cross of Poland, First Class, honoring contributions to the financial industry in Poland2000: Swan Award for lifetime achievement for furthering the arts both nationally and internationally, Cheekwood Museum2000: Pratt Institute, Pratt Legend2001: Gold Medal Award from the Queen Sofia Spanish Institute2016: Honorary Degree from The Graduate Center, CUNY------Inspection and guardianship of Rights Procedures of collection agencySpanish Agency for Data Protection (AEPD)Year 2012In 2012 complaints filed with the AEPD, increased by 12%. The activity of the Agency has grown significantly in 2012, with an increase of 15% in the files registered and almost 40% in the resolutions issued. The allegations of identity theft, especially in the supply and commercialization of energy and water (222%) and in telecommunications (92%), have experienced a substantial increase. Of the 863 infringement decisions declared to private managers, more than 34% concluded in a warning, without imposing a penalty. On the other hand, most of the sanctions affect the telecommunications sector, which represents 73% of the total. Three of the main operators accumulate 70.94% of the total amount of fines.Year 2011In 2011, reported complaints were 51.6% higher than those filed in 2010. This increase is also reflected in the increase in declaratory resolutions of infringement of 37.7%. However, the application of the figure of the warning has determined a decrease of 14.5% in the declared economic sanctions. The sector where sanctions have increased most (64%) and have been declared to a greater extent (25.5%) and amount, (63%) is that of telecommunications. The amount of sanctions has grown by 12% compared to 2010.Year 2009In 2009 they increased by more than 75% of the complaints received, which reached the figure of 4,136, and the number of requests for protection of rights, by 58%. 709 sanctioning procedures were resolved, of which 621 ended with sanction with a total amount of 24.8 million euros.Source: Memory of the Spanish Agency for Data Protection (AEPD) for the years 2007, 2008, 2009.Year 2008In 2008 the number of facts reported to the AEPD (together with officio investigations initiated) increased by more than 45%, reaching the value of 2362. AEPD resolved in 2008 a total of 630 sanctioning procedures, almost 58% more than in 2007, of which 535 culminated with the imposition of sanctions. The fines imposed amounted to 22.6 million euros, representing an increase of 15% over the previous year.The number of procedures solved of declarations of infraction committed by the public administrations rose in 2008 almost 20% with respect to the previous year, going from 66 to 79, of which 59 ended with a declaration of infraction.Year 2007In 2007 the Spanish Agency for Data Protection resolved 399 sanctioning procedures, increasing by 32.5% with respect to the previous year. The economic sanctions imposed by the AEPD amounted to 19600000 euros.Autonomous data protection agenciesYear 2007The Data Protection Agency of the Community of Madrid carried out 196 inspection procedures and 32 procedures for the protection of rights in 2007.The Basque Data Protection Agency-Datuak Babesteko Euskal Bulegoa (AVDP-DBEB), resolved 43 complaints and 18 infringement procedures in 2007.Ibero-American Data Protection NetworkThe Ibero-American Data Protection Network (RIPD), since its creation in 2003, has developed an intense and fruitful work, such as the organization of ten meetings. In addition to contributing to that more than 150 million Latin American citizens currently have, along with the traditional protection of habeas data, rules that allow to effectively guarantee the use of their personal information and specialized authorities with powers to protect said guarantee.In Latin America policies are being developed for the protection of personal data. In 2012 two new laws were approved. In Nicaragua, Law No. 787 of Protection of Personal Data, of March 29, 2012 and Statutory Law No. 1581 of October 17, 2012, by which general provisions for the Protection of Personal Data are issued.In Chile, also Law 19.628, of August 28, 1999, on Protection of Private Life, is currently in the process of reviewing part of its articles.The National Assembly of Venezuela is processing the bill for the Protection of Personal Data of Habeas Data. And in Costa Rica there is already a Data Protection Agency of the Republic of Costa Rica, in compliance with the law approved in 2011.------Types of collection agencyAs cinderella stamps are defined by what they are not, there are many different types and the term is usually construed fairly loosely. Items normally regarded as falling within the area are poster stamps, propaganda labels, commemorative stickers, stamps issued by non-recognised countries or governments, charity labels like Christmas seals and Easter seals, most telegraph stamps, some railway stamps, some local stamps and purely decorative items created for advertising or amusement.Revenue stamps may be considered cinderellas, but as they are normally issued by an official government agency, they tend to be classified separately. Some telegraph, railway and other stamps may also be issued by government agencies but still fall under the cinderella umbrella since they are not for postal purposes.Local stampsLocal stamps have a long history and began to be issued soon after the invention of the postage stamp. Zemstvo stamps were issued in rural areas of the Russian Empire (c. 18601917), and local stamps have been issued in many other countries. Many local stamps performed a genuine postal function where the national post was lacking. Other locals, however, amount to nothing more than colourful labels.In the United Kingdom many local carriage labels have been issued by offshore islands, which in some cases had a genuine use to pay for transport of the mail to the mainland by ferry. Others were produced simply to sell to collectors and tourists. Usually they had to be placed on the back of the envelope, with a conventional stamp on the front to pay for onward delivery by the official postal service. Islands for which such labels have been issued include the Summer Isles, Lundy and the Calf of Man.Hotel stamps may also be regarded as a form of local stamp.Political and propaganda stampsWhile it is common to find patriotic sentiments on official stamps, the term propaganda stamp is usually used to mean unofficial stamps produced to promote a particular ideology, or to create confusion within an enemy state. Stamps with encouraging slogans have been attached to letters for prisoners of war, or troops serving abroad.Sometimes stamps are issued by breakaway governments, governments in exile or micronations in order to give themselves greater legitimacy; however, these stamps usually have no postal validity and are therefore cinderella items. The Indian National Army (Azad Hind) produced ten stamps as part of their campaign.From 1951 to 1966, UNESCO issued a series of 41 "gift stamps". Considered to be cinderellas, they were produced to raise money for the organization. The series is unusual in being an international cooperative effort. Most are readily available from specialized dealers.Illustrator and anarchist Clifford Harper, whose family had an occupational history in the postal service, designed stamps "for post-revolutionary post" bearing the image of anarchist figures such as Pierre-Joseph Proudhon ("property is theft"), Oscar Wilde, Emma Goldman and Emiliano Zapata. Colin Ward, along with Harper, published a book in 1997 called Stamps: Designs For Anarchist Postage Stamps, containing an essay by Ward on the subject of anarchists and postage stamps. Fund-raising stamps with anti-state messages have appeared within labor unions such as the ones printed by the Confederacin Nacional del Trabajo, and the Industrial Workers of the World.The Jewish National Fund had been publishing its own stamps since 1901, promoting the ideology of Zionism - see .Non-official railway stampsIn the United Kingdom, the railway letter service, a special facility offered by most British railway companies since 1891, produced a great variety of stamps and labels, which were originally an official requirement of the service. Current officially licensed Heritage railway-operated services include the Festiniog Railway Letter Service. United Kingdom railway letter stamps almost always specify a fee (often, even in Victorian times, priced higher than the current postage fee, which additionally had to be paid with regular postage stamps) for the use of this official and once-important British postal facility.
Can You Put Together a 14 Song Collection of Solo Beatles Songs That Feature Two Or More Beatles?
It dont come easy.2.Photograph.3. I'm the Greatest(3).4. Sunshine Life.5.You and Me Babe.6.Early 1970.7.Back off Boogaloo.8.Oh my Love.9.Gimme some Truth.10.Crippled Inside.11.How do you Sleep?.12.Instant Karma.13.Bangladesh.14.Wrack My Brain. BONUS. 15 When We Was Fab, song (2) video (3)• Other QuestionsWhy are most of the better movies of the last fifty years not included in the Criterion Collection?Criterion cant unilaterally decide which movies it wants to release.It has to negotiate the rights to them.Without any inside information, I surmise that in more than a few cases they just cant make the kind of deal they need to make to invest the resources to bring out Criterion editions of some films theyd very much like to include------Which one is correct, "I will collect it when I am back" or "will I collect it when I'm back"?Both are correct . Actually , it depends on the sentence , whether its positive or its interrogative . We can say "I will collect the books from you when I'm back .""Okay , fine"Or we can even say "Will I collect the books from you when I'm back ?" "Yeah, sure you can "------What's the best Android Shayari app with the collection of Hindi Shayari's and WhatsApp status?The best app of hindi status is here500 All Hindi Status 2019 - ( ) - Apps on Google Playit has 500 hindi status with multiple categories.you can download it from here.Key Features: Its Completly Free. the app works offline. Hindi fonts. Simple UI. Small size app.screenshots are here:------Should data collection precede root cause analysis?Root cause analysis just seems like a general philosophy for discovering the underlying cause of a fault or problem. To get to the root cause, you need information data. If you already have access to the information (data) then you don't need to collect it. If you don't have enough information (data) then you need to collect it first------What is the box office collection of Jagga Jasoos (2017 movie)?The movie Jagga Jasoos is performing well at box office with 48.75 crore approx. at box office. But Second weekend seems quite lower than as expected.Collection of movie Jagga Jasoos as follows :-Week One - 43,12,00,000Friday - 1,15,00,000 apprx.Saturday - 2,00,00,000 apprxSunday - 2,50,00,000 apprxSecond Weekend - 5,65,00,000 approxTOTAL - 48,77,00,000 (Figure in Crores)Source :- Box Office IndiaHope it helps.Thank You------What is the box office collection of Kaabil (2017 movie)?Domestic official box office collection of 1st extended week is (collection reported in crores)-Day 1 (Wed)- 10.43Day 2 (Thu)- 18.67 (republic day)Day 3 (Fri)- 9.77Day 4 (Sat)- 13.54Day 5 (Sun)- 15.05 (Sunday)Day 6 (Mon)- 6.04Day 7 (Tue)- 6.10Day 8 (Wed)- 5.70Day (Thu)- 5.25Total (9 days)- 90.55------Who can collect my passport from post office in my absence?No if you are not available in the house,you need to get it from the post office within 3 days.If you refused to get collected,then it will be delivered back to passport Seva Kendra of your region,where the respective person has applied------What ever happen to your pog collection?SOLD IT ALL IN MUNICH TO KEEP IN WHORES, WEED AND SCOTCH FOR A MONTH. WOUND UP GETTING A SEVERE CASE OF THE CLAP, BUGS, CREEPERS AND THE SHAKES BUT IT WAS WORTH IT. MY PICTURE STILL HANGS IN THAT WHOREHOUSE TODAY. - D.C.------What's the easiest way to collect payment on a landing page?Either add a payment form (make sure your web hosting has SSL for payment security) or a PayPal button to make a payment (sign up for a free PayPal account if you dont have one). You can do both very easily with UltimateWB and the built-in e-commerce app. Plus, UltimateWB web hosting comes with free SSL for payment security.------Is there a website with a collection of past Eagle projects that Scouts can use to generate ideas?I honestly dont know but its probably a quick Google search away.I recommend Life Scouts think less about what they want to do and more about who they want to help. Once you identify the beneficiary of your project, let them tell you what they need. A lot of questions can be answered this way.Good luck!------What is the best website for buying an Indian trendy collection?There many websites which are best for buying an indian trendy collection. But I will prefer you the Diya Online because this website specially deals in indian and asian clothing. They have every kind of indian outfit like lehenga, saree, kurta pyjama, kurta salwar and suits. I have purchased many times from this website. You must check this website------How can a smartwatch become a piece of a collection?Do you mean how can a smart watch ever become a collectors item?The answer is that collectors items are so because they have some kind of intangible value usually based on rarity and historical significance. Most collectors items don't work. It will be worth more if it does, but it's not necessarily. Collectors items are not meant to have utility.------Who has the largest collection of sports cars?Maybe Jay Leno? He was one ot the first to buy a car like I have - I think its the same color.And whats not to like about an Oldsmobile Tornado. Or a jet-engined car.I just love his pre-war monster with a Merlin (saw it at Pebble Beach).Ultimate gear-head, that Leno guy.------What is the worldwide box office collection of the movie Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan (2020) in all languages?Girish Johar pegged the first-day collection of Shubh Mangal Zyaada Saavdhan at Rs 8-9 crores. Apart from Ayushmann Khurrana and Jitendra Kumar, the film also stars Neena Gupta, Gajraj Rao and Maanvi Gagroo.What is the box office collection of the movie "Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan" (2020)?.------Why is the collection of elements in webdesign called kitchen sink?I think it stems from the he saying "everything but the kitchen sink" which means everything imaginable. In this case it means every imaginable element type, e.g. Buttons, carousels, input fields, in a website's interface placed in a single document.Hope this helps, cheers! :).------How big is your DVD collection and care to share a photo?My DVD collection is maybe 300 or 400 DVDs, I have almost stopped buying DVDs when streaming took of, but I bought a lot between 2000 and 2015 (or around that time). I currently do not have a photo, it is all in a large shelf in our stairwell------Who pays more taxes collectively, Democrats or Republicans?By state, Democrats, by a very large margin.Individually, even thinking about doing that math makes my head hurt, but it would stand to reason that it would follow the same general trend. Large cities tend to vote Democrat, and tend to have higher wages (and cost of living and local taxes).------What is traffic data collection?A Traffic data collection system basically caters to all aspects of data collection work for use in transport planning, economic assessment, traffic modelling and traffic engineering.The System should provide transportation professionals with accurate, timely and cost-effective traffic data collection services.What is traffic data collection System?------What needle gauge is used for the collection of donated blood?A large needle (16 to 17 gauge) is used to minimize shearing forces that may physically damage red blood cells as they flow through the needle. A tourniquet is sometimes wrapped around the upper arm to increase the pressure of the blood in the arm veins and speed up the process------Can we earn money in YouTube by song collections?If they are your original songs its a great way to start a following.You can not use anyone else songs if your videos are monetized. I even had a non monetized video which was banned in Germany. It was my Border Collie catching frisbees to Con Te Partire by Bocelli------How do I clean my coin collection to get the most value out of them?The very best suggestion is DO NOT clean your coins. Cleaning, in a general way, will remove 50% of any value. Shiny does NOT improve but in fact will remove value in every single case. Many coins will be virtually worthless if you do any cleaning what so ever------What are other hobbies similar to stamp collection and coin collection?Hi!Few other similar Hobbies include collection of Currency notes, Antiques, Medals, Pens, Books(historical importance or general ones for regular reads), Watches, Buttons, Coral shells, fossils, Vintage Cars/Motorcycles, Old swords, Autographs of famous personalities, Old Bus tickets, Match boxes, Palm leaves, Precious stones, Historical photographs, Collectibles used by famous personalities, Paintings.... And the list goes on!!!------Why was it that Canada and the 13 Colonies were not more connected while under British rule and remained distinct rather than being 1 collection of colonies?Land connectivity vs sea connectivity. Like other ports like New York and Charleston, Quebec and Montreal could have gone either way depending on military results. The Patriot campaign in Quebec was early and not very competent or well funded and was hit by disease, while Carleton acted efficiently and a fleet arrived------How many points does a credit score go up when a collection is removed?If you have paid the entire amount but didnt close the credit card.meaning 100110pts increase after a 30days / month cycle.However, If you CLOSE that credit card account then only 3040pts.Whenever you pay back the entire outstanding, keep that card for 90 days (3 months cycle) before closing it------What can you tell about someone with a large book collection?As a person with a large book collection, I can tell you that it reflects my wide-ranging interests, plus the fact that I'm too anal-retentive ever to get rid of a book I own, and it's also a tribute to the number of friends I can count on to help me move------Trump has said that there is no way he loses the election without fraud. Does he believe that?There is also no way he wins without even bigger voter fraud. Other answers have given examples of voter suppression in California Texas and Kentucky. Biden will win despite the openly partisan and at times illegal GOP actions. Hopefully those responsible will be either turfed from office or charged or both------Which is the best book which has huge collection of quotes?The best book of quotes is Famous Quotes for Life and Happiness by Harold G. Stratford. Because not only he makes a great selection of quotes, he also explains them and provides information about the famous authors who made them. I like this type of books and this is a really good one.------Do programmers actually look at internal implementation of Java Collections?I have gone through them. It is a great source of knowledge.If you want some knowledge boost on algorithms, go check them. They are full of algorithm implementations in various ways possible.I insist, try them if you have an experience of 4 years. Younger people are also encouraged to look into them------Can you list 12 songs for an album of KISS' darkest songs, and what would you name this collection?In 1995, KISS recorded a very dark album called Carnival of Souls: The Final Sessions. The songs from this record, released in 1997 would be my list. All 12:HateRainMaster and SlaveChildhood's EndI Will Be ThereJungleIn My HeadIt Never Goes AwaySeduction of the InnocentI ConfessIn The MirrorI Walk Alone.------How far back does your blues music collection go?Not far, in the overall relative scheme of things - probably Anita Bakers album Rapture. I have listened to lots of other great stuff, like Ray Charles and Solomon Burkes albums but the earliest blues album I have owned would be that one by the great Anita Baker------How do churches get money in their collection plates when most people don't carry cash?Most churches accept checks and many are accepting most forms of electronic donations. The smaller churches usually only accept cash or checks because the ones who attend know what they accept and if they want to give they bring the form of contributions the church accepts------How do I collect movie tickets booked on Paytm?If you had booked your mticket or eticket then took your mobile along with you to show him those bill which was generated by the paytm itself. That bill contains the code which the ticket collector will see and will allow you to enter.Hope this helped you out.Enjoy your movie. Good Luck !! :)------What is the collective noun of animals?There are many collective nouns for animals -A could of insectA litter of puppiesA plagues of locustsA pride of loinsA herd of cattleA mob of emusA kindle of kittensA flock of sheepA string of horsesA train of camelsA team of oxenA shoal of fish etc------If people are inherently irrational, why does society work if it's a collection of irrational beings?Actually, humans are rationalizing animals. I dont know where you got your information.If you mean humans are irrational in the sense that they are imperfect, greedy, and disorganized, your answer is right there. Society works because it is imperfect greedy and disorganized just like us------What would you do if the government charged you $100 tax every time you had sex (at the end of every month a sex tax auditor visits your home and makes the collection)?Hmmm.If the sex tax auditor audited my love life, theyd realize if it all depended on me, the government would go broke.But if they audited my workplace, theyd be swimming in dough.because I get ed there every day------How much is Queen Elizabeth II's art collection worth?The Royal Art Collection is said to be worth around 10 billion, but that represents the estimated market value.If indeed ay item in the collection came to market, however, there would most certainly be an uplift on any estimated values simply because of its ownership------What will you name a collection of garments in white and pink colour?I'm sure that if it's a complete clothing collection, there would be cuts and weather based themes and everything.Even if color is the most influencing thing, you may want to keep a name in accordance with that. As it's only a collection, you may want to also reconsider something that may match your brand image.
My Makeup Collection to Big?
I have to agree with the others when they said you are bragging. there IS no need to ask a question like that. And I dont think you would buy makeup to use it on other people and I know I wouldnt want my makeup done from a 13 year old. And if it is"too big", what now? you just want us to say its big so you can post a makeup collection video. I think you shouldnt collect so much just because you saw a guru with so much makeup. and too answer your question, you DO have too much makeup for a 13 year old and thats not something to brag about1. Can a collection prevent a home refinance?Whats the collection amount and how old is it? You will not be able to refi until you pay off the collection. Also, your credit score will be lower due to the collection and you will get a hit on the rate.2. Collection of intervals covers $[0,1]$?Yes to both (1) and (2). Lemma (double $n$). Start with $K^n_m=[frac3m-n1n , frac3m-n2n] subset (-1,2)$, with $0le mle n-1$. Clearly this interval has length $frac1n$. Let $n'=n''=2n$, let $m'=2m$, let $m''=2m1$. Then the intervals $K^n'_m' = left[ frac3m'-n'1n' , frac3m'-n'2n' ight]$ and $K^n''_m'' = left[ frac3m''-n''1n'' , frac3m''-n''2n' ight]$ each has length $frac12n$, also $frac3m'-n'2n'=frac3m-n1n$ and $frac3m-n2n=frac3m''-n''1n''$. That is, the left endpoint of $K^n_m$ is the right endpoint of $K^n'_m'$, and the right endpoint of $K^n_m$ is the left endpoint of $K^n''_m''$. Also, $0le m'x$. Then $xin K^n_m$ where $n=3k2j$ and $m=2kj1$. (Note here we are free to start with larger and larger $k$, so $x$ is covered infinitely many times.) Proof. We need to show that $xgefrac3cdot(2kj1)-(3k2j)13k2j=frac3k22j3k2j$. Assume to the contrary that $xb>1$, we get $xb>1$.)3. My movie collection needs to lighten up!?The 2 movies that always make me laugh are Office Space and The Big Lebowski. And you should check out Love Actually, Death at a Funeral, and Bridget Jones Diary if you like British humor like Shaun & Hot Fuzz. Maybe throw in Lost in Translation, the Royal Tannenbaums, Rushmore, and Life Aquatic to get your Bill Murray fix.
My Name Spelled Wrong on Files That Will Be Sent to Collection Agency? Can I still Get Charged?
Yes, you still owe. Misspelling your name does not waive your liability. Even if you dropped out of the class, you still owe the fee. Pay the $170 before it goes on your credit file. This would take a huge bite out of your score. You will have to pay higher interest rates on credit cards or other loans, your car insurance will cost more, and you might not be considered for some jobs. Just make sure you get a written settlement agreement and do not give the collection agency direct access to your bank account. Ask for a delete for pay -- you pay and they do not put it on your credit.1. Is Tri-Financial & Assoc a legitimate collection agency?What type of debt is this? Unless it is something like parking or traffic tickets, the county clerk would not be involved in collection this debt. Sure, they could file a lawsuit and have you served, but for $300 that is highly unlikely. So they doubled your balance, effectively. Demand to see proof that they have legal standing to do that. Chances are, they do not and once you challenge them on that, they will "waive" that $300 as "a courtesy." $50 a month would have this debt paid off in 6 months, which is pretty reasonable. Keep documents showing your attempts to settle this debt, as that would work in your favor in the small chance this goes to court. Any other questions, feel free to email me.2. can a debt collection agency find him (anon) even though he's changed name, address and bank accounts?Safe? Tell the deadbeat to pay his bills3. Collection agency responded to pay-to-delete letter saying it is a "violation of the Fair Credit Reporting Act?6 years old over $56? These are both strange, why would someone let their credit haunt them over $56 and why would you bother paying it when you've only got a year until it's gone. Do not pay it, you will just start the clock again. I am betting you are dealing with a collections agency. Only the original credit issuer can delete a negative mark as they are the ones that put it there.4. Can creditor erase bad credit if I settle with the collection agency?Nothing can fix your credit report, including paying it. The thing to check is if you are original credit card is being updated. If it's not, you could call the CRA and launch an investigation, then do the same for the collection agency. If it's only $274 and represents a fraction of the original then probably it's worth it to 'make it go away.' Then in 6 months to a year, call, request an investigation on your credit report, tell them you do not recognize the account and there's a good chance it will just be removed5. Can you sue a collection agency for Harrassment?If you can prove that you satisfied the debt, then you might have a case. I would talk to a lawyer and take them to district court, though. I would think that they would stop calling you at work upon request, but I dont think they have to6. What is the most inappropriate experience you had with a debt collection agency?I also work in poverty relief and had a lot of experiences with debt collector agencies... Some work legal like they should, some will use illegal methods to get money from an already broke clint...When that happens, I always file complaints and start procecuting them... Taste of their own medecine... They do not like it ( I often win) but I think it's one of the most rewarding aspects of my work; I hate misuse of power...7. Fair amount to offer collection agency as lump sum payment?Offer whatever you like. See what they say. Keep in mind though that anything less than 100% will have two impacts. First your credit rating will be screwed for years. Second, any forgiven debt will become income to you and you will pay federal and state taxes on it at your marginal rate. A debt that you will be less likely to wind your way out of. All in all, better to pay off that debt. Good luck
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