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Huxley’s Eyeless in Gaza: The Role of Time and Narrative in the Depiction of Personality
László Kajtár
Trans : Revue de Littérature Générale et Comparée , 2010,
Abstract: Cet article propose une analyse du roman d’Aldous Huxley publié en 1936, Eyeless in Gaza [La Paix des profondeurs]. L’objectif de l’étude est de montrer que le roman a été presque toujours analysé à travers des commentaires qui semblent désormais dépassés. En révélant les principaux éléments du caractère du protagoniste et leurs relations au temps et à la narration, nous chercherons à démontrer que Huxley était le ma tre de la tromperie et que La Paix des profondeurs est une oeuvre bien plus complexe que ce que la critique a pu en dire. This paper presents an analysis of Aldous Huxley’s 1936 novel, Eyeless in Gaza. Generally, the point is to show that the novel very rarely received criticism that does not seem outdated by now. By describing the protagonist’s character and the interconnectedness of time, narrative and personality, it will be demonstrated that Huxley was a master of deception and that Eyeless in Gaza is a much more complicated text than it is traditionally thought to be.
Ankle-Foot Continuous Passive Motion Device for Mobilization of Acute Stroke Patients  [PDF]
Csilla Vér, Gergely Hofgárt, László Menyhárt, László Kardos, László Csiba
Open Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation (OJTR) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ojtr.2015.32004
Abstract: Purpose: To develop a continuous passive motion (CPM) device for the passive motion of the paretic ankle-foot and investigate the effect of continuous passive motion of bedridden, hemiparetic acute stroke patients. Methods: 49 patients with stroke were investigated. Results in stroke patients (device group) were compared with those of 15 control subjects (manual group) also with stroke but not treated by device. The period of the treatment was 7 days; the duration was 30 minutes per day by CPM device in the device group. The efficacy of the device was evaluated by scales used in the clinical routine (6th item of National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale (NIHSS), Modified Ashworth Scale (MAS), modified Rankin Scale (mRS)). Ankle’s passive range of motion (PROM) and flexible equinovalgus deformitiy were measured every day with a goniometer. Results: 6th item of NIHSS score improved by -0.76 (SD = 0.56) points in the device group (p < 0.001) compared to the baseline values; the mean change in the manual group was -0.33 (SD = 0.62) points (p = 0.055). The mean of MAS decreased significantly by -0.53 (SD = 1.12) point in the device group (p < 0.001). The ankle’s mean plantar flexion PROM increased by 3.41 (SD = 5.19) degrees in the device group (p < 0.001). Significant improvement of the mean dorsiflexion in the PROM of the ankle was also detected (p = 0.019). The equinovalgus improved significantly by -5.12 (SD = 8.02) degrees (p < 0.001) in the device group. The scores of the mRS also improved significantly in the device group (p < 0.001). Conclusion: In the early phase of rehabilitation, ankle-foot continuous passive motion device treatment combined with manual therapy improved the ankle’s PROM better than manual therapy alone; in addition, device treatment decreased the foot’s equinovalgus, improved the 6th item NIHSS score, and decreased the severity of spasticity.
V473 Lyrae, a unique second-overtone Cepheid with two modulation cycles
László Molnár,László Szabados
Physics , 2014, DOI: 10.1093/mnras/stu1091
Abstract: V473 Lyrae is the only Galactic Cepheid with confirmed periodic amplitude and phase variations similar to the Blazhko effect observed in RR Lyrae stars. We collected all available photometric data and some radial velocity measurements to investigate the nature of the modulation. The comparison of the photometric and radial velocity amplitudes confirmed that the star pulsates in the second overtone. The extensive data set, spanning more than 40 years, allowed us to detect a secondary modulation cycle with a period of approximately 5300 days or 14.5 years. The secondary variations can be detected in the period of the primary modulation, as well. Phenomenologically, the light variations are analogous to the Blazhko effect. To find a physical link, we calculated linear hydrodynamic models to search for potential mode resonances that could drive the modulation and found two viable half-integer (n:2) and three n:4 resonances between the second overtone and other modes. If any of these resonances will be confirmed by non-linear models, it may confirm the mode resonance model, a common mechanism that can drive modulations both in RR Lyrae and Cepheid stars.
A sz l - és gyüm lcs s-ültetvények teljes k r felmérése és megújúló statisztikája
László Pintér
Agrárinformatika Folyóirat , 2010,
Abstract: The Central Statistical Office made a grape and orchard survey from 1 June 2001 to 15. October based on the 2000. year CXLIII. Law. In the results of the survey we have data from near 300 thousand plantation, namely grape and/or orchard producer farm, household. The data’s from the survey in addition the survey’s map information and the requirement the data management development lead to create a new (not used before in Hungarian statistic) data management application.
Revolution and repression of the Budapest University of Medicine in 1956 Forradalom és megtorlás a Budapesti Orvostudományi Egyetemen 1956-ban
Molnár László PhD
Kaleidoscope History , 2010,
Combined Treatment with Buserelin+Cabergoline in Patient with Prostate Cancer and Pituitary Macroprolactinoma  [PDF]
Gervain Mihály, V?r?s Erika, Molnár Andor, Karcsú-Kis Gy?ngyi, László Ferenc, László A. Ferenc
Journal of Cancer Therapy (JCT) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/jct.2010.14033
Abstract: Twelve years following hemicolectomy for colon adenocarcinoma, a 75-year-old patient with prostate cancer was treated for 4 weeks with the antiandrogen nilutamide and then with the long-acting GnRH agonist buserelin. The serum testosterone and prostate-specific antigen levels had decreased dramatically after 3 months of treatment. After 2 years of buserelin administration, the hormonal state was examined. Serum estradiol, testosterone, DHEA, DHEAS, FSH and LH levels proved to be suppressed, but the serum PRL concentration was extremely high (3 365 mIU/l). The pituitary MRI revealed a macroadenoma. The patient was treated with the dopamine agonist cabergoline, together with buserelin. After 9 months of this combined treatment, the prostate-specific antigen and testosterone levels were very low; the serum estradiol, DHEA, DHEAS, FSH and LH concentrations remained suppressed. The serum PRL level fell dramatically to 6.95 mIU/l, and a significant reduction in tumor size was observed on MRI. In conclusion: Combined buserelin + cabergoline treatment proved a highly successful procedure to cure this patient with prostate carcinoma and subsequent pituitary macroprolactinoma.
The Middle Eocene flora of Csordakút (N Hungary)
Boglárka Erdei , László Rákosi
Geologica Carpathica , 2009, DOI: 10.2478/v10096-009-0005-4
Abstract: The Middle Eocene fossil plant assemblage from Csordakút (N Hungary) comprises plant remains preserved exclusively as impressions. Algae are represented by abundant remains of Characeae, including both vegetative fragments and gyrogonites. Remains of angiosperms comprise Lauraceae (Daphnogene sp.), Fagaceae (cf. Eotrigonobalanus furcinervis), Ulmaceae (Cedrelospermum div. sp.), Myricaceae (Myrica sp., Comptonia div. sp.), Leguminosae (leaves and fruit), Rhamnaceae (?Zizyphus zizyphoides), Elaeocarpaceae (Sloanea nimrodi, Sloanea sp. fruit), Smilacaceae (Smilax div. sp.). The absence of gymnosperms is indicative of a floristic similarity to the coeval floras of Tatabánya (N Hungary) and Girbou in Romania. Sloanea nimrodi (Ettingshausen) Kva ek & Hably, a new element for the Hungarian fossil record indicates a floristic relation to the Late Eocene flora of Ku lin (Bohemia).
Colour Homogenisation of Hardwood Species by Steaming
TOLVAJ, László,MOLNáR, Sándor
Acta Silvatica & Lignaria Hungarica , 2006,
Abstract: For colour homogenisation three hardwood species, black locust (Robinia pseudoacaciaL.), beech (Fagus silvatica L.) and Turkey oak (Quercus cerris L.) were investigated. Steaming wasapplied to change the colour. Steaming parameters (steaming time and temperature) were varied tofind the optimum of treatment. The results are given in the CIE L*, a*, b* colour co-ordinate system.Black locust wood was most sensitive to the steaming temperature. With rising temperature, the colourchange was faster and less time was needed for homogenisation. The behaviour of the other two woodspecies was different from black locust but similar to each other. Below 95°C homogenisation wasinsensible to temperature and within one day the colour change stopped. Above 95°C the colourchange was continuous but without further colour homogenisation. The optimum homogenisation timewas found about 12 hours at 80-95°C temperature range and 6 hours at 110°C for Turkey oak, and18 hours at any temperature for beech.
Introduction to the Rural Development Special Issue
László J. Kulcsár,Theresa Selfa
Online Journal of Rural Research & Policy , 2009, DOI: 10.4148/ojrrp.v4i1.60
Abstract: The Online Journal of Rural Research and Policy has taken the initiative to publish a Rural Development Special Issue. This initiative corresponds with the interdisciplinary perspective of rural studies and is reflected in the collection of papers. Each paper addresses one or more central themes of rural studies, many of which are interrelated.
Home on the Range: Aging in Place in Rural Kansas
László J. Kulcsár,Ben Bolender
Online Journal of Rural Research & Policy , 2008, DOI: 10.4148/ojrrp.v1i3.31
Abstract: This study is a product of research on aging in place in the rural2 Midwest. Here we take the perspective of social demography to investigate long-term trends of aging in rural Kansas. Using county level historical statistics and in-depth analysis of the 2000 Census, we put these trends into the context of aging in the United States, and present a statistical analysis of aging and economic development. The data for this study come from various sources at the U.S. Census Bureau and the Economic Research Service (E.R.S.) division of the U.S.D.A. We also address the community development challenges posed by aging in place. This latter subject will be presented as an overview since our current research activity is conducting case studies addressing community development issues in greater depth.
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