Électrodynamique non linéaire de Born-Infeld

L’électrodynamique non linéaire de Born-Infeld est une théorie non linéaire développée par Born et Infeld dans les années 1930 afin de supprimer le problème de l’énergie propre infinie d’un électron existant dans la théorie linéaire de Maxwell 2016 maillots de football.
Ces auteurs espéraient résoudre ainsi le problème des infinis qui apparaissaient systématiquement dans la nouvelle électrodynamique quantique obtenue par la quantification canonique de la théorie de Maxwell.

Supposons un électron sphérique de rayon fixe en un point de l’espace, pris comme origine des coordonnées. Cet électron statique de charge crée, dans la théorie linéaire de Maxwell timberland pas cher, un champ coulombien dans l’espace environnant euro de foot 2016 outlet, qui vaut au point repéré par le vecteur position où est le vecteur unitaire radial :
À ce champ électrique est associée, dans la théorie linéaire de Maxwell, la densité volumique d’énergie :
Calculons alors l’ énergie totale dans l’espace entourant l’électron sphérique de rayon   ted baker france; il vient en coordonnées sphériques :
Sachant que l’intégrale angulaire vaut :
et que l’intégrale radiale vaut :
l’énergie totale dans l’espace entourant l’électron sphérique de rayon vaut :
Cette expression diverge à la limite de l’électron ponctuel, où :  ! C’est pour éliminer ce problème que Born et Infeld ont développé une théorie non linéaire de l’électromagnétisme.
S’inspirant d’idées introduites par Mie en 1912-1913, Max Born va développer à partir de 1933 une théorie non linéaire de l’électrodynamique. Cette construction se fera rapidement en collaboration avec Infeld.

Federal University of Technology, Lafia

The Federal University Lafia is a new university established in Lafia, the capital of Nasarawa State in 2010 by the Goodluck Jonathan administration as one of the nine new federal universities established in the six geo-political zones of Nigeria.
The university commenced academic activities by September 2012 with new students that made up the first sets of students to be trained by the university.The Vice Chancellor of the institution

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The university was formally planned to be sited along Jos road in Lafia metropolis and it was meant to begin operation using the facilities of College of Agriculture in Lafia, but the university has now been taken to Obi road in lafia metropolis.
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Johann II. von Brunn

Johann II. von Brunn († 9. Januar 1440 auf der Festung Marienberg in Würzburg) war Bischof von Würzburg von 1411 bis zu seinem Tod 1440 2016 Puma Fußballschuhe Steckdose.

Johann II. von Brunn stammte aus dem Norden des Elsass. Über das niederadelige Geschlecht der Familie von Brunn fehlen noch nähere Angaben, der Stammsitz war vermutlich nahe Niederbronn-les-Bains. 1378 wurde auf der nahegelegenen Wasenburg ein Wilhelm von Born (oder Burne) verzeichnet, womit möglicherweise Vater von Johann, Wilhelm von Brunn (+ 1401) gemeint sein könnte. Seine Mutter war eine geborene von Stauffenberg.
Seine Ernennung zum Würzburger Bischof verdankte er nicht zuletzt seinem Onkel Lamprecht von Brunn, Fürstbischof von Bamberg (1374–1398). Dessen Karriere erwuchs weniger dem Ansehen seiner Familie als vielmehr seinen persönlichen Anstrengungen und Fähigkeiten. Allerdings hatte eine Wahl auch einen politischen Hintergrund: Mit der Wahl eines Bischofs aus einem entfernten niederadeligen Geschlecht versuchte man den Einfluss der benachbarten Grafengeschlechter im Bistum zu mindern. Besonders in Speyer und in Bamberg versorgte Lamprecht von Brunn diverse Familienangehörige mit wichtigen Ämtern.
Johann II Bogner Online Shop. wurde ein verschwenderischer Lebensstil nachgesagt, außerdem, dass er – über ein gebührliches Maß hinaus – den Reizen der Frauen zugetan gewesen sei. Die Schuldenlast und die Anzahl der Verpfändungen, wie z. B. seit 1419 Burg Auersburg, stellten das Bistum auf die Probe. In der kurzen Regentschaft seines Nachfolgers Sigismund von Sachsen verschlimmerte sich diese Entwicklung eher noch und erst Gottfried IV. Schenk von Limpurg begann mit einer wirtschaftlichen und religiösen Festigung.
Die finanziellen Differenzen aufgrund der schlechten Zahlungsmoral des Bischofs gegenüber der Familie von Hirschhorn führten 1431 sogar zu einer Fehde in der der Bischof bei Elsendorf gefangen gesetzt wurde und von Hans von Hirschhorn erst wieder freigelassen wurde, als das Domkapitel, unter Vermittlung des Eichstätter Fürstbischofs Albrecht II. von Hohenrechberg, für eine baldige Zahlung bürgte. Der Bischof war dabei auf der Egloffsteinschen Burg Reicheneck bei Hersbruck gefangen gehalten worden.
Aufgrund der krisengeschüttelten Situation wurde Johann II. 1432 der Verzicht auf sein Amt nahegelegt und ein Koadjutor berufen. Dabei war es zuvor in Würzburg zu kriegerischen Handlungen gekommen und bischöfliche Truppen waren auf Verbände des Domkapitels und der Stadt Würzburg gestoßen. Er zog sich auf seine Burg Zabelstein zurück. Ihm gelang aber 1434 die Rückkehr in Amt und Würden. Die Lage besserte sich allerdings nicht und auch kurz vor seinem Tode stand er wieder unter dem Druck, einem stellvertretenden Pfleger weichen zu müssen. Er liegt im Würzburger Dom begraben bogner fire and ice.
König Sigismund unterstützte er getreu im Kampf gegen die Hussiten. Dabei war er mit Friedrich III. von Aufseß persönlich beim Versuch, die Festung Karlstein zu entsatzen, vertreten. Ihm gelang es dabei nicht, die festgelegten Kontingente für das Bistum Würzburg zu stellen; er beteiligt sich jedoch mit 300 Mann zu Pferde. Seine abziehenden Truppen richteten beim Rückzug durch die Oberpfalz noch erhebliche Verwüstungen an. Am 15. Januar 1427 formte sich in Bamberg ein neues Bündnis gegen die Hussiten, dem neben den Bistümern Würzburg, Bamberg und Brandenburg noch zahlreiche fränkische Grafen- und Rittergeschlechter angehörten. Am Reichstag zu Frankfurt, dem der Bischof beiwohnte, wurden neue Kontingente der Bündnispartner bestimmt. Der folgende Zug gegen die Hussiten, dem sich der Bischof erneut persönlich anschloss, endete in einem Rückzug des deutschen Heeres. 1428 forderte ihn Markgraf Friedrich I. von Brandenburg zum Beistand in Weiden auf. 1430 kam er dem Markgrafen von Meissen zu Hilfe. Der folgende Reichstag zu Nürnberg stand unter dem Eindruck des Einfalls der Hussiten in das Vogtland und in den fränkischen Raum.
Politisch versuchte er ab 1413 seinen Einfluss im Kloster Fulda auszubauen, was ihm nicht gelang. Ebenso vergeblich war 1422 sein Versuch, gleichzeitig zum Bischof von Bamberg ernannt zu werden. Erst sehr viel später, nämlich im 17. Jahrhundert, wurden die beiden Bistümer regelmäßig in Personalunion geführt.
Fehden entwickelten sich aus dem Bestreben des Bischofs, seinen Einflussbereich auszuweiten. So wurden beispielsweise Öffnungsrechte auf kriegerischem Wege eingefordert. Betroffen war davon vor allem die Ritterschaft. 1418 zog Johann II. von Brunn gegen Georg von Seckendorff. Er verbündete sich 1419 mit Fulda, Hersfeld und Hessen gegen die Ganerben von der Tann. 1430 schloss er sich mit den Grafen von Henneberg gegen die von Buchenau und von Schlitz zusammen. 1437 verbündete er sich mit Sachsen gegen die von Hutten. Dabei eroberte er Ende 1437 die Burg Jagstheim und 1438 die Reußenburg. In der Wertheimer Fehde 1437 wurde die Würzburger Burg Schweinberg von den Wertheimern und ihren zahlreichen Verbündeten eingenommen und geschleift.
Bautätigkeiten unter seiner Regie haben in der Pfarrkirche St. Kilian in Haßfurt stattgefunden. Er legte auch 1431 den Grundstein zum Bau der Ritterkappelle in Haßfurt, der ältesten Wallfahrtskirche im Bistum Würzburg. Bei der Teilung des Schlosses Speckfeld zwischen den Grafen von Castell und der Schenken von Limpurg trat er vermittelnd ein mcm taschen online.
Vier fränkische Fürsten, die Markgrafen Friedrich VI. von Brandenburg (1398–1440) und Johann III. von Brandenburg (1398–1420), der Bischof von Würzburg, Johann II. von Brunn, und der Bischof von Bamberg, Albrecht von Wertheim, (1398–1421) unterzeichneten einen Vertrag, der zum 25. April 1422 vollzogen werden sollte und vereinbarte, in ihren Ländern keine Juden mehr zuzulassen. Dies bedeutete die endgültige Aufgabe der jüdischen Siedlung.

Sanfédisme

Le sanfédisme (de l’italien Santa Fede 2016 Collection Sandro Femme, Sainte Foi) est une composante du mouvement populaire anti-républicain organisé à l’initiative du cardinal Fabrizio Dionigi Ruffo contre la République parthénopéenne. Le nom complet du mouvement était Esercito della Santa Fede in Nostro Signore Gesù Cristo (armée de la Sainte Foi en Notre Seigneur Jésus Christ).

Il s’agissait de fanfares armées, formées en majorité du bas peuple et soutenues par l’Église. Elles se constituèrent dans le sud de l’Italie en 1799, et surtout en Calabre sous la direction du cardinal Ruffo dans des révoltes anti-françaises au secours de la dynastie des Bourbons et de la tradition catholique menacée par les idées révolutionnaires. Les insurrections mirent fin à l’expérience de la République napolitaine.
Le cardinal Ruffo au nom du roi Ferdinand Ier des Deux-Siciles (Ferdinand IV de Naples) débarqua en Calabre le 7 février 1799. Il mobilisa des fanfares armées formées en majorité du bas peuple herve leger paris, de paysans mais aussi de bandits et de mercenaires. Dès la fin avril il contrôlait la Calabre et une partie des Pouilles. Il commença le siège de Naples aidé par les forces navales britanniques favorables au retour des Bourbons. L’éphémère république de Naples tomba le 13 juin 1799. Le 24 juin, Ferdinand IV, reniant son engagement préalable à la capitulation des républicains napolitains, laisse massacrer et fait exécuter nombre de partisans républicains, cinq jours après la fin de la République parthénopéenne christian louboutin.
Le plus connu des chants de marche des sanfédistes “Canto dei Sanfedisti” s’inspire ironiquement de la Carmagnole des révolutionnaires français .
Outre le Canto dei Sanfedisti veste pas cher, le sanfédisme a laissé quelque traces en Italie:

Environment variable

Environment variables are a set of dynamic named values that can affect the way running processes will behave on a computer.
They are part of the environment in which a process runs. For example, a running process can query the value of the TEMP environment variable to discover a suitable location to store temporary files, or the HOME or USERPROFILE variable to find the directory structure owned by the user running the process.
They were introduced in their modern form in 1979 with Version 7 Unix, so are included in all Unix operating system flavors and variants from that point onward including Linux and OS X. From PC DOS 2.0 in 1982, all succeeding Microsoft operating systems including Microsoft Windows, and OS/2 also have included them as a feature, although with somewhat different syntax, usage and standard variable names.

In all Unix and Unix-like systems, each process has its own separate set of environment variables. By default, when a process is created, it inherits a duplicate environment of its parent process, except for explicit changes made by the parent when it creates the child. At the API level, these changes must be done between running fork and exec. Alternatively, from command shells such as bash, a user can change environment variables for a particular command invocation by indirectly invoking it via env or using the ENVIRONMENT_VARIABLE=VALUE notation. All Unix operating system flavors, DOS, and Windows have environment variables; however, they do not all use the same variable names. A running program can access the values of environment variables for configuration purposes.
Examples of environment variables include:
Shell scripts and batch files use environment variables to communicate data and preferences to child processes. They can also be used to store temporary values for reference later in a shell script. However, in Unix, other variables are usually used for this.
In Unix, an environment variable that is changed in a script or compiled program will only affect that process and possibly child processes. The parent process and any unrelated processes will not be affected. In MS-DOS, changing or removing a variable’s value inside a batch file will change the variable for the duration of COMMAND.COM’s existence.
In Unix, the environment variables are normally initialized during system startup by the system init scripts, and hence inherited by all other processes in the system. Users can, and often do, augment them in the profile script for the command shell they are using. In Microsoft Windows, each environment variable’s default value is stored in the Windows registry or set in the AUTOEXEC.BAT file.
On Unix, a setuid program is given an environment chosen by its caller, but it runs with different authority from its caller. The dynamic linker will usually load code from locations specified by the environment variables $LD_LIBRARY_PATH and $LD_PRELOAD and run it with the process’s authority. If a setuid program did this, it would be insecure Rose Red Cup toothpaste dispenser, because its caller could get it to run arbitrary code and hence misuse its authority. For this reason, libc unsets these environment variables at startup in a setuid process. setuid programs usually unset unknown environment variables and check others or set them to reasonable values.
The variables can be used both in scripts and on the command line. They are usually referenced by putting special symbols in front of or around the variable name. For instance, to display the user home directory, in most scripting environments, the user has to type:
In DOS, OS/2 and Windows command-line interpreters such as COMMAND.COM and cmd.exe, the user has to type this:
In Windows PowerShell, the user has to type this:
The commands env, set, and printenv display all environment variables and their values. printenv can also be used to print a single variable by giving that variable name as the sole argument to the command.
The commands env and set are also used to set environment variables and are often incorporated directly into the shell.
In Unix, the following commands can also be used, but are often dependent on a certain shell.
A few simple principles govern how environment variables achieve their effect.
Environment variables are local to the process in which they were set. If two shell processes are spawned and the value of an environment variable is changed in one, that change will not be seen by the other.
When a child process is created, it inherits all the environment variables and their values from the parent process. Usually, when a program calls another program, it first creates a child process by forking, then the child adjusts the environment as needed and lastly the child replaces itself with the program to be called. This procedure gives the calling program control over the environment of the called program.
In Unix and Unix-like systems, the names of environment variables are case-sensitive.
In Unix shells, variables may be assigned without the export keyword. Variables defined in this way are displayed by the set command, but are not true environment variables, as they are stored only by the shell and not recognized by the kernel. The printenv command will not display them, and child processes do not inherit them.
However, if used in front of a program to run, the variables will be exported to the environment and thus appear as real environment variables to the program:
The persistence of an environment variable can be session-wide or system-wide.
unset is a builtin command implemented by both the Bourne shell family (sh, ksh, bash, etc.) and the C shell family (csh, tcsh, etc.) of Unix command line shells canada goose sale. It unsets a shell variable, removing it from memory and the shell’s exported environment. It is implemented as a shell builtin, because it directly manipulates the internals of the shell.
Read-only shell variables cannot be unset. If one tries to unset a read-only variable, the unset command will print an error message and return a non-zero exit code.
In DOS, OS/2 and Windows command-line interpreters such as COMMAND.COM and cmd.exe, the SET command is used to assign environment variables and values using the following arguments:
The SET command without any arguments displays all environment variables along with their values.

Under DOS the master environment is provided by the primary command processor, which inherits the pre-environment defined in CONFIG.SYS when first loaded. Its size can be configured through the COMMAND /E:n parameter between 160 and 32767 bytes. Local environment segments inherited to child processes are typically reduced down to the size of the contents they hold. Some command-line processors (like 4DOS) allow to define a minimum amount of free environment space that will be available when launching secondary shells. While the content of environment variables remains unchanged upon storage, their names (without the “%”) are always converted to uppercase, with the exception of pre-environment variables defined via the CONFIG.SYS directive SET under DR DOS 6.0 and higher (and only with SWITCHES=/L (for “allow lowercase names”) under DR-DOS 7.02 and higher). In principle, MS-DOS 7.0 and higher also supports lowercase variable names (%windir%), but provides no means for the user to define them. Environment variable names containing lowercase letters are stored in the environment just like normal environment variables, but remain invisible to most DOS software, since they are written to expect uppercase variables only. Some command processors limit the maximum length of an variable name to 80 characters. While principally only limited by the size of the environment segment, some DOS and 16-bit Windows programs do not expect the contents of environment variables to exceed 128 characters. DR-DOS COMMAND.COM supports environment variables up to 255, 4DOS even up to 512 characters. Since COMMAND.COM can be configured (via /L:128.

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.1024) to support command lines up to 1024 characters internally under MS-DOS 7.0 and higher, environment variables should be expected to contain at least 1024 characters as well.
In batch mode, non-existent environment variables are replaced by a zero-length string.
Standard environment variables or reserved environment variables include:
The DR-DOS family supports a number of additional standard environment variables including:
System path variables[citation needed] refer to locations of critical operating system resources, and as such generally are not user-dependent.
User management variables[citation needed] store information related to resources and settings owned by various user profiles within the system. As a general rule, these variables do not refer to critical system resources or locations that are necessary for the OS to run.
Optional System variables[citation needed] are not explicitly specified by default but can be used to modify the default behaviour of certain built-in console commands. These variables also do not need to be explicitly specified as command line arguments.
The following tables shows typical default values of certain environment variables under English versions of Windows as they can be retrieved under CMD.
(Some of these variables are also defined when running COMMAND.COM under Windows, but differ in certain important details: Under COMMAND.COM, the names of environment variable are always uppercased. Some, but not all variables contain short 8.3 rather than long file names. While some variables present in the CMD environment are missing, there are also some variables specific to the COMMAND environment.)
In this list, there is no environment variable that refers to the location of the user’s My Documents directory, so there is no standard method for setting a program’s home directory to be the My Documents directory.
Besides true environment variables, which are statically stored in the environment until changed or deleted, a number of pseudo-environment variables exist for batch processing.
The so-called replacement parameters or replaceable parameters (Microsoft / IBM terminology) aka replacement variables (Digital Research / Novell / Caldera terminology) or batch file parameters (JP Software terminology) %1..%9 and %0 can be used to retrieve the calling parameters of a batchjob, see SHIFT. In batchjobs, they can be retrieved just like environment variables, but are not actually stored in the environment.
Some command-line processors (like DR-DOS COMMAND.COM, Multiuser DOS MDOS.COM/TMP.EXE, JP Software 4DOS, 4OS2, 4NT, Take Command and Windows CMD.EXE) support a type of pseudo-environment variables named system information variables (Novell / Caldera terminology) or internal variables (JP Software terminology), which can be used to retrieve various possibly dynamic, but read-only information about the running system in batch jobs. The returned values represent the status of the system in the moment these variables are queried; that is, reading them multiple times in a row may return different values even within the same command; querying them has no direct effect on the system. Since they are not stored in the environment, they are not listed by SET and do not exist for external programs to retrieve. If a true environment variable of the same name is defined, it takes precedence over the corresponding variable until the environment variable is deleted again. They are not case-sensitive. While almost all such variables are prefixed with an underscore (“_”) by 4DOS etc. by convention (f.e. %_SECOND%), they are not under DR-DOS COMMAND.COM (f.e. %OS_VERSION%).
In addition, 4DOS, 4OS2, 4NT, and Take Command also support so called variable functions, including user-definable ones. They work just like internal variables, but can take optional parameters (f.e. %@EVAL[]%) and may even change the system status depending on their function.
System information variables supported by DR-DOS COMMAND.COM:
System information variables supported by DR-DOS COMMAND.COM with networking loaded:
Dynamic environment variables (also named internal variables or system information variables under DOS) are pseudo-environment variables supported by CMD when command-line extensions are enabled, and they expand to various discrete values whenever queried, that is, their values can change when queried multiple times even within the same command. While they can be used in batchjobs and at the prompt, they are not stored in the environment. Consequently, they are neither listed by SET nor do they exist for external programs to read. They are not case-sensitive.
Indirectly, they are also supported under Windows’ COMMAND.COM, which has been modified to internally call CMD 2016 discount sandro clothing.EXE to execute the commands.
Some critics warn against overuse of environment variables, because of differences between shell languages, that they are ephemeral and easy to overlook, are specific to a user and not to a program. The recommended alternative is configuration files.

Séisme de 2001 au Pérou

Géolocalisation sur la carte : Pérou
Le séisme de 2001 au Pérou fut un séisme de magnitude 8.4 sur l’échelle de Richter, qui est survenu le 23 juin 2001 à 15:33:14, heure locale (soit 20:33:14 UTC). Il a frappé les régions d’Arequipa, de Moquegua et de Tacna. C’est le séisme le plus dévastateur au Pérou depuis celui de 1970.
Le séisme est survenu en limite de la plaque sud-américaine et de celle de Nazca. Les deux convergent à un rythme de 78 mm par an. Le sud péruvien possède une histoire riche en séisme. L’épicentre était situé juste au sud-est de celui de 1996, cette même partie des plaques avait subi une autre secousse de magnitude 9 en 1868.
Au total on a dénombré 75 personnes tuées dont 26 par le tsunami associé maillots de football 2016, 2 687 blessées vestes outlet, 17 510 maisons détruites et 35 549 endommagées bogner ski. On a recensé également 64 personnes disparues.
De nombreux monuments d’Arequipa furent touchés, comme la cathédrale Notre-Dame dont une tour s’est effondrée. Elle fut restaurée en 2002.
Le séisme fut ressenti également au nord du Chili, dans la région d’Arica, ainsi qu’en Bolivie. Le tsunami a atteint une hauteur maximale de 7 mètres par endroit chaussures timberland, en s’enfonçant parfois d’un kilomètre à l’intérieur des terres.

C14 Timberwolf

The C14 Timberwolf MRSWS (Medium Range Sniper Weapon System) is a bolt-action sniper rifle built by the Canadian arms company PGW Defence Technologies Inc. In 2005 they won the contract to supply the Canadian Forces Land Command with the C14 Timberwolf MRSWS for $4.5 million.
The military version of the rifle, which is being used to replace the C3A1 sniper rifle, started as a civilian precision sport rifle. The military rifle however has several modifications to make it better suited for military use and many accessories are available.
The official military designation for the rifle is C14 Timberwolf Medium Range Sniper Weapon System (MRSWS).

The Timberwolf rifle was originally developed as a civilian long range hunting and sport shooting rifle for super magnum cartridges by the Canadian company Prairie Gun Works, now PGW Defence Technologies Inc. The civilian Timberwolf rifle is offered in several chamberings, up to the .408 Cheyenne Tactical cartridge and the .416 PGW cartridge, a wildcat cartridge based on the .408 Cheyenne Tactical. These rifle cartridges are dimensionally larger and are more powerful when compared to the jordans shoes.338 Lapua Magnum cartridge used in the C14 Timberwolf used by the Canadian military.
During the 1990s the Canadian Armed Forces formulated a requirement for a sniper rifle that could fulfill an anti-personnel role up to 1,200 m (1,312 yd). This long-range anti-personnel rifle would replace the aging C3A1 bolt-action rifle which fired the smaller 7.62×51mm NATO cartridge which had been in service since 1970.
In 2001 during trials for new sniper rifles at CFB Gagetown, the C14 Timberwolf MRSWS was picked to become the new designated anti-personnel sniper rifle for the Canadian Forces. The C14 Timberwolf MRSWS went into production for the Canadian Forces Land Command in 2005.
Since the introduction of the C14 Timberwolf MRSWS, the C3A1 rifle has been slowly removed from active service. The C14 Timberwolf MRSWS is now the main sniper rifle in the Canadian Armed Forces arsenal. It is highly rated by snipers, who like the rifle itself as well as the additional effective range and penetration the .338 Lapua Magnum offers over the C3A1’s 7 Bogner Outlet bijn.62×51mm NATO cartridge.
The C14 Timberwolf’s accuracy potential is stated by its manufacturer as sub 0.75 MOA with proper ammunition. The Canadian Forces accuracy standard was evaluated by hit probability with a requirement of hitting a chest sized target at 1,200 m (1,312 yd) 90% of the time. PGW Defence Technologies Inc. averaged over 95% on this standard and every weapon delivered under the Canadian Armed Forces contract was evaluated for accuracy and witnessed by DND officials.
The C14 Timberwolf MRSWS rifle is chambered for the .338 Lapua Magnum rifle cartridge. The rifle achieves a maximum muzzle velocity of 838 m/s (2750 ft/s) with 19.44 g (300 gr) Sierra Matchking very-low-drag bullet loads. Such loads are much more powerful compared to the 7.62×51mm NATO cartridge used in the C3A1 rifle which typically fires 11.3 gram (175 gr) bullets at 790 m/s (2580 ft/s).
The Timberwolf action is a manually operated stainless steel bolt action with a right-hand side bolt and ejection port. The bolt is a rotary bolt with dual front locking lugs plus one locking lug at the rear. It requires a 90-degree bolt rotation. the bolt is partly helically fluted which reduces weight whilst maintaining strength. A double plunger ejector and hook type extractor are used to remove fired cartridge cases. This helps create a very smooth action which is very reliable. The extra locking lug at the rear assists in preventing the bolt from becoming jammed when chambering another round. Though not used by the Canadian military, the manufacturer offers a titanium receiver as an alternative for the stainless steel used in the C14 receiver. The use of titanium reduces the weight of the Timberwolf bolt-action.
The single stage trigger is adjustable for weight, creep, and over-travel.
The barrel for the MRSWS is a modified, heavy free floating Kreiger made barrel. It comes in 660 mm (26 in) standard but a 737 mm (29 in) custom barrel is fitted to the civilian precision hunting rifle variant, however this can be used on the military version as well. The 338 Lapua Magnum barrels are supplied with a 254 mm (1 in 10 inch) twist rate optimized to stabilize long, heavy very-low-drag bullets like the Sierra HPBT MatchKing and Lapua Scenar .338-calibre 19

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The safety is a three-position type safety featuring a middle “field strip” position.
It has a five-round detachable box magazine which is positioned just ahead of the trigger guard.
The rifle has no default iron sights but it is instead fitted with a length of integral picatinny rail with a 25 MOA forward slope on which an optical sight can be mounted. It also contains two small lengths of MIL-STD-1913 or Picatinny rail at the forefront of the stock. The Canadian Forces use a Leupold Mark 4 16x40mm LR/T M1 Riflescope as standard, but other day telescopic sights and night sights can be fitted. Simrad night sights are mounted by custom scope ring sets and UNS or MUNS night sights are mounted via a PGWDTI proprietary mount. Tactical lights and lasers can be fitted to the two front lengths of MIL-STD-1913 rail.
The stock is a McMillan A5 polymer stock which has an adjustable saddle cheekpiece and spacer plates to regulate the length of pull to tailor the stock for the individual shooter. It is an upgraded version from the M40A3 McMillan A3 type stock. The stock is made from high strength fibre glass with a PGWDTI-Titanium Cantilever Monoblock beddingblock which provides both added comfort and strength bogner ski jackets.
The C14 rifle can accept the customary accessories for sniper weapons systems like; telescopic sights and other optical sights, MIL-STD-1913 rails (Picatinny rails) to mount optical sights and other accessories, bipods, muzzle brakes/flash-hiders and silencers (sound suppressors) and (carrying) slings. Further it can be delivered with cleaning kits and soft and heavy-duty transit cases and various maintenance tools.

Brisbane State High School

Brisbane State High School (BSHS or often commonly State High) is a partially selective, co-educational, state secondary school, located in South Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. It is a member of the Great Public Schools’ Association of Queensland, and the Queensland Girls’ Secondary Schools Sports Association. With an average year level cohort of above or around 500 students, it was the first state secondary school established in Brisbane, as well as the first academic state high school to be founded in Queensland. The school employs a variety of selection criteria for prospective students, maintaining a quota for local area enrolments 2016 Adidas fotball utstyr online, however also using academic, sporting, cultural and artistic talents as means of determining the annual intake.

T. Max Hawkins, historian and author of “The Queensland Great Public Schools – A History”, wrote of the origins of Brisbane State High School, that:
“The school developed from the School of Arts in Ann Street, and later from the old Normal School which was built by convict labour on the site where the State Government Insurance building now stands…The year 1913 is generally taken as the start of the Brisbane State High School, a co-educational school which, by 1964, had expanded to accommodate 1310 students, 891 of them boys.”
Further light on the origins of the schools is shed in Philip Walker Davidson’s work, “Great Public Schools : an investigation into G.P.S. secondary schooling in Queensland fotball klær, its relationship with and the problem it poses architecture, and an appraisal of the factors governing the future establishment of such a school”, where he wrote:
“Headmasters of various metropolitan state schools were asked to nominate 76 boys and girls for admission to the new school, and a further 70 paying students made up the first year’s enrolment. Classrooms were provided in the Technical College buildings, Ann Street, until 1914 when the school moved to lower George Street.
…in 1921 the school was to occupy the well known Normal School buildings on the corner of Adelaide and Edward Streets…At about this stage it was separated from the control of the Central Technical College and combined with the Junior High School which had been operating as a secondary department at the Normal School. The name Brisbane State High School was then first applied.”
Although the school’s beginning is taken as having been 1913, it was relocated to its current campus next to Musgrave Park at South Brisbane in 1925. The laying of the foundation stone of the “Red Brick Building”, later designated A Block, took place in 1923 in the attendance of Queensland Education Minister John Huxham, and William Forgan Smith, then Queensland Minister for Public Works and later Premier.
Mr Isaac Waddle, the Brisbane State High School’s first Principal, served for 24 years and devised the school’s motto “Scientia est Potestas” (Knowledge is Power) whilst overseeing the establishment of the house system in the patriotic days of the Second World War. Waddle’s successor, Mr Barnes, served for scarcely a year before dying in office, and between 1947 and 1960 the post was held by a further three relatively short term Principals: Dr Watkin; Mr Copeman and Mr Cafferky. During the ensuing “Lockie Years” the school underwent massive expansions, growing from 1091 students in 1961 to 2183 in 1967, as well as consolidating its reputation as being highly competitive amongst the private school institutions of South-East Queensland. The headmastership of David Sutton (1998–2008) witnessed a revival in ceremony and tradition coupled with continual academic improvement. For the 6 years from 2003–2008, then to 2012, the OP[clarification needed] results consistently climbed, with 86% of students receiving an OP of 1-15 in 2008, and nearly 95% of students in 2012 received an OP of 1-15. Sutton’s successor, Richard Morrison, reformed the selection process for academic-merit entrants, introduced the ‘Aspire’ program and led the re-branding of the school. Mr Wade Haynes, a former Acting Principal of the school, was his successor.
BSHS has been a member of the Great Public Schools Association of Queensland Inc (GPS) since 1930, and of the Queensland Girls’ Secondary Schools Sports Association (QGSSSA) since 1921.
The following principals have led the school since it was opened:
In the 2009 National Assessments Program in Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN), Brisbane State High School outperformed seven of the other eight member schools of the Great Public Schools Association of Queensland Inc., and eight of the other nine schools in the QGSSSA. The rankings of the nation’s top schools compiled by The Australian in May 2010 saw Brisbane State High as the only Queensland state school placed in the top 100. The school consistently performs best for year 12 results out of all the state schools in the Brisbane metropolitan area, and with 41% of students receiving an OP of 1-5 in 2012, the school has cemented its strong reputation. 94.8% of students were within the 1-15 OP bands in 2012. In 2013, the school further excelled, with a record number of 41 OP1. However, due to bonus rank scored from particular studies and subjects, there were 85 students attaining an equivalent position of OP1 in 2013.
Brisbane State High School joined the Great Public Schools’ Association of Queensland in 1930, and consequently the school is able to enter competitions against other GPS schools in South East Queensland. Due to its coeducational system, it is the only GPS school in which it is possible for females to compete.[citation needed]
Students participate in the B1, B2, A and Symphony Orchestras and Chamber Strings, as well as the Wind Ensemble, Wind Band, Concert Band, Symphonic Band, Percussion Ensembles 1 and 2, Stage Band, Big Band and other chamber groups. The Symphonic Band, Symphony Orchestra and Big Band also attend annual band camps with various workshops, sectionals and rehearsals. The Junior and Senior Dance Troupes are also offered. Regular school musicals and drama nights provide the opportunity for drama students to showcase their talents. The school consistently performs exceedingly well in these fields, with the Symphony Orchestra coming first in Australia in Fanfare 2005 held in Melbourne, and first in Queensland in 2007.[citation needed] In 2010, this particular ensemble was awarded a platinum award for the fifth year in a row at Musicfest. In 2012, the Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Meg Robson, and the Symphonic Band, conducted by Brad Ruben, were two out of five state finalists in the statewide Fanfare competition. The Symphonic Band then went out to win the state title.
A wide range of sporting and other similar activities are offered in the Great Public Schools and Queensland Girls’ Secondary Schools’ Sports Association competitions, including Australian Rules Football, athletics, badminton, basketball, chess fotballklær på nett, cricket, cross country, debating, rowing, rugby union, soccer, swimming, tennis, volleyball, rhythmic gymnastics, field hockey, netball, softball, touch football, waterpolo, triathlon and fencing rabatt Puma fotballsko cleats utløp 2016.
The school is very competitive with the private members of the GPS. Its Open teams have won premierships in both GPS and QGSSSA events.
the Queensland Olympic Committee certifying 28 Olympians from Brisbane State High, receiving 20 medals including 4 gold and 4 silver since 1956.
In 2009, the BSHS first XV rugby union team went undefeated in the season. The team broke the GPS record when the school beat Brisbane Grammar School 103-0. The match was soon abandoned when the referee called the game off with 7 minutes permitted to play. This First XV has been regarded by many as the best GPS rugby team in Australia from this decade. 2 other players are representing the Australian A School boys team. This equaled the feats of the class of 2007, when two players represented the Australian schoolboys Rugby Union team while two others represented Australia A. Another two boys represented the Australian schoolboys rugby league team.
As of 2008 Brisbane State High School has the second most Australian Schoolboy Rugby caps in Queensland at 47.[citation needed]
In 2009, the boys basketball open team became back to back champions at the Boys State Championships held at the end of the year. This cemented Brisbane State High School’s reputation as the premier boys basketball school in Queensland. This was the 5th time they had won the tournament.[citation needed]
Two main campuses possessing a variety of architectural styles dominate the school’s layout. The Upper Campus is the site of the school’s original building and central administrative block constructed in 1920s brick architecture. The upper quadrangle extends out from this building with the library and the two storey computer block forming frontal wings. In addition, the Upper Campus houses the mathematics rooms, the science laboratories, the manual arts complex, sports facility, tennis courts and oval. An overpass walkway connects the Upper and Lower Campuses. H Block in the Lower Campus was constructed in 1864 as part of the South Brisbane Primary School and is a heritage-listed school building. J Block is predominantly used by the humanities department and the languages department, and M Block serves as a secondary administrative block, whilst the neighbouring K Block (demolished October 2009) was home to the performing arts. The space upon which it once stood is in the process of being converted into a formal entrance and car park. In 2008/09, massive redevelopment projects totaling $20.5 million saw the performing arts block moved to a new and larger facility at the other end of the Lower Campus.
Brisbane State High maintains additional sporting facilities, with theirs located at Carina, about 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) from the Brisbane CBD. 5 playing fields as well as change rooms and a canteen comprise the campus. Cricket, Rugby and soccer are large users of the facilities, with games taking place on weekends and on various afternoons.
The school maintains rowing sheds on the West End Reach of the Brisbane River, within close proximity of the rowing sheds of other GPS and BSRA (Brisbane SchoolGirls Rowing Association) member schools. Rowing boats, dingies and other necessary equipment are stored at the sheds and it is on that and other reaches of the river that training for the annual Head of the River rowing competition takes place.
Rather than being named after past students, the Houses are named in honour of army generals from the First World War.
Brisbane State High School has a School Council by reason of its being an Independent Public School, a class of school existing in Queensland. The Council monitors the school’s progress in the implementation of its policies and assists the Principal in setting the school’s strategic direction. Its members include representatives of the teaching staff, students, and the parents of students.
The Brisbane State High School Past Students’ Association was formed in 1921, originally in two discrete entities as the Old Boys’ and Old Girls’ Associations. It now operates as an amalgamated body. The association’s newsletter, “Amicus”, is mailed four times annually to all members. Contributions to projects geared towards promoting the tradition and spirit of the school are some of its primary functions. The current Patron of the Association is the school’s eleventh Principal, Mr Wade Haynes.
Founded in 1996 as a gift from that year’s departing seniors, the museum contains documents, photographs and other memorabilia charting the school from its inception to its recent past. School badges and blazers from the 1920s and 1930s as well as originals of every school magazine are housed in the museum.

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Pasto miel, grama de agua (Paspalum dilatatum), es una especie botánica de gramínea tropical a subtropical, perenne de la familia de las Poaceae.

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Paspalum dilatatum fue descrita por Jean Louis Marie Poiret y publicado en Encyclopédie Méthodique, Botanique 5: 35. 1804.
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Unity (George album)

Unity is the second album for Australian band George fotbollskläder billigt.

The band recorded the album in Byron Bay during 2003. The album was produced by David Nicholas assisted by Justin Tresidder. Melbourne composer Paul Grabowsky also assisted with orchestral and horn arrangements.
Bassist Paulie Bromley said on the band’s web site that the album reflects the band’s growth since their first album Polyserena:
Polyserena was us learning how to make a record, Unity was making that record.
Songwriter, vocalist fotbollskläder billigt, keyboardist and guitarist Tyrone Noonan said that the songwriting was more mature:
I personally feel like I’ve developed a lot as a songwriter 2016 billig Adidas fotboll jacka utlopp, more confident lyrics and statements being expressed through those lyrics. Overall it’s a more positive approach in dealing with personal issues and socio-political issues, more positive light. As a band, this to me feels like a really mature album for us.
Katie Noonan says on the band’s web site that the title reflects the band’s approach on the album:
That family vibe brings a closeness and honesty that permeates what we do. Collectively and individually fotbollskläder online, we’ve been through a great period of change and growth. Knowing we can look to each other for strength brings comfort and solidarity. We have all been through the same thing and there’s an incredible sense of union from that experience – that’s what being in a band’s about.
Still Real was released preceding the album in November 2003 and reached number 37 on the ARIA Charts. The songs “Jaded” and “One” were both released as promotional singles. The album itself debuted at number 5 on the ARIA Charts on 1 March 2004.