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Autoria no ensino de química: análise de textos escritos por alunos de gradua??o
Ferreira, Luciana Nobre de Abreu;Queiroz, Salete Linhares;
Ciência & Educa??o (Bauru) , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-73132011000300003
Abstract: the use of popular science texts in formal education has been discussed by researchers in the field of science education. such discussions suggest that these texts can be an instrument of motivation in the classroom organizing explanations and stimulating discussions. thus, a teaching proposal was implemented based on the book uncle tungsten: memories of a chemical boyhood, by oliver sacks. the study involved the production of texts by undergraduate students about some chapters of that book. the texts were analyzed from the perspective of french discourse analysis, specifically according to the concept of authorship.
Sacks of dice with fair totals  [PDF]
Ian Morrison
Mathematics , 2014,
Abstract: A fair sack is a finite set of independent dice, not required to be fair and allowed to have any number of sides, for which all totals are equally likely. These have been studied for over 60 years. Most results restrict the possible orders of dice in such a sack and almost no examples were known. Building on a rather different approach due to Gasarch and Kruskal, we give an explicit construction of all such sacks.
Oliver Twist and Inklings of ‘Grotesque’
Ehsan Hafezi Kermani,Roshanak Fazli
Khazar Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: Oliver Twist is a novel in which the society of pilfers and felons were reconnoitered uninvited by a young boy whose name is Oliver in the Victorian period. He as an orphan faces with dissimilar circumstances that are concealed to the eyes of the conventional people. Dickens, as the narrator of the story, has logged those absurdities and clumsiness in his novel. Dickens uses the idea of grotesque to display the conditions and the scenes to alert people in forms of comic and tragic. Dearth, poverty, lives of thieves, and whatever ensued in his time are dexterously exhibited in this novel by using grotesquery which its function is ‘mixing emotions, tragicomic, abnormality’. He uses melodramatic techniques with grotesque and humorous characterization. He exchanges tragic and comic scenes to balance one against another. Grotesque in Oliver Twist mainly can be debated in three formulas that are comprised as caricature-like characters, Gothic-like environment, and a means of satirizing situations.
Consistently there is no non trivial ccc forcing notion with the Sacks or Laver property  [PDF]
Saharon Shelah
Mathematics , 2000,
Abstract: Boban Velickovic asked the following question: Is there a nontrivial forcing notion with the Sacks property which is also ccc? A ``definable'' variant of this question has been answered in [Sh:480] (math.LO/9303208): Every nontrivial Souslin forcing notion which has the Sacks property has an uncountable antichain. Here we show that it is consistent that every nontrivial forcing notion which has the Sacks property has an uncountable antichain. Independently, Velickovic has also proved the consistency of this statement.
Understanding preservation theorems: omega-omega bounding and Sacks property  [PDF]
Chaz Schlindwein
Mathematics , 2005,
Abstract: This is an expository paper for Chapter 6 of Proper and Improper Forcing. Now includes an exposition of Shelah's proof of preservation of Sacks property as well as omega-omega bounding.

Zhang Lingkong,Niu Anfu,

大地测量与地球动力学 , 2009,
Abstract: The seismic response capacity of Sacks borehole body strainmeter was researched.It is discovered that the capacity is connected with eathquake magnitude or epicenter distance and spread along a line.The law is found that the amplitude will increase exponentially when earthquake magnitude increase and it will decay with power function when the epicente distance increase.The characters of the conseismic strain step of 6 Sacks body strainmeters in Beijing and Tianjin were analysed.It shows that there is a cert...
What Is Democracy? (An Oliver Ressler interview with Nikos Panagos)
Oliver Ressler, Nikos Panagos
International Journal of Inclusive Democracy , 2008,
Abstract: Transcript of a video interview, which Oliver Ressler carried out with Nikos Panagos in Thessaloniki in May 2008 for Ressler's upcoming film project "What Is Democracy?" which will be launched in 2009.
Endocardite de Libmann-Sacks e anticoagula??o oral
Brito, Fabiano Almeida;Tófani, Magali LMC;Tófani, Fábio ávila;Kakehasi, Adriana Maria;Lanna, Cristina Costa Duarte;Carvalho, Marco Antonio Parreiras;
Arquivos Brasileiros de Cardiologia , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0066-782X2004000400009
Abstract: the patient is a 34-year-old female with systemic lupus erythematosus and secondary antiphospholipid antibody syndrome, who evolved with convulsive crises, partially controlled with an anticonvulsant, and auscultation of a cardiac murmur, whose investigation showed the presence of a mitral valve vegetation. once the diagnosis of libman-sacks endocarditis was established, therapy with warfarin sodium was initiated, and, after 6 months of oral anticoagulation, the patient had total control of the convulsive crises and the valvular vegetation disappeared on echocardiography. this study discusses the occurrence of libman-sacks endocarditis in systemic lupus erythematosus, its association with antiphospholipid antibody syndrome, and the anticoagulant therapy. a literature review is also provided.
On Oliver's p-group conjecture  [PDF]
David J. Green,László Héthelyi,Markus Lilienthal
Mathematics , 2008, DOI: 10.2140/ant.2008.2.969
Abstract: Let S be a p-group for an odd prime p. Bob Oliver conjectures that a certain characteristic subgroup X(S) always contains the Thompson subgroup J(S). We obtain a reformulation of the conjecture as a statement about modular representations of p-groups. Using this we verify Oliver's conjecture for groups where S/X(S) has nilpotence class at most two.
Adams-Oliver syndrome: Case report
Kuburovi? Vladimir,Vukomanovi? Vladislav,Ko?uti? Jovan,Raki? Sanja
Srpski Arhiv za Celokupno Lekarstvo , 2011, DOI: 10.2298/sarh1104221k
Abstract: Introduction. Adams-Oliver syndrome is characterized by congenital aplasia of the vertex skin of the skull in combination with skull and transverse limb defects. Case Outline. We presented a 5-month old female infant with Adams-Oliver syndrome manifested as cutis marmorata, dilated scalp veins and limb reduction defects. Clinical manifestation also included thumb hypoplasia and extreme hypoplasia of other fingers, with agenesis of all toes on both feet. Echocardiogram revealed foramen ovale apertum. Venography showed dilated malformed scalp and neck veins, predominantly on the right side. On the basis of the clinical features and extended investigation we confirmed Adams-Oliver syndrome in the presented patient. Conclusion. We recommended prenatal diagnosis in case of future pregnancies, ultrasound examination, and follow-up of foetal anomalies.
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