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    Dwell Magazine Case Study

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    History Dwell is an American based magazine that is dedicated to modern architecture and design of homes. Launched in October 2000 by founder Lara Hedberg Deam, Dwell has since been published in numerous domestic and international titles, from Condé Nast Traveler, Los Angeles Magazine, Urbis, Vogue Living and Elle Décor UK (Wiki 2015). Dwell describes itself as being somewhere between an architecture trade publication and a consumer shelter magazine, pulling successfully from both of these audiences to form its current readership base of 325,000. With a vast array of the magazine’s content found across the company’s entire platform extending from print and digital to live events, e-commerce, research and other ancillary products (Gallow 2011)…

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    Figure 21: Dependence of the penetration depth on dwell times for different indentation peak loads Figure 22: Dependence of the penetration depth on dwell time for different indentation peak loads in ln-ln plot 5.4 HV vs. penetration depth Figure 23 shows the dependence of the Vickers hardness on the indenter penetration depth for 100mN to 1000mN and 10 s to 60 s dwelling time. The highest hardness value is 15.6GPa. As the indenter penetration depth increases, the hardness value decreases.…

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    necessarily be “fluent” in that specific language. Although it is useful in day to day language, it can also hinder the meaning or message that one is trying to convey. Like a current in the ocean, conversation can go from one direction to a complete opposite in seconds if it is being translated improperly. Needless to say it is nearly impossible to translate something as simple as a sentence verbatim and still get the same meaning that it held in its original text. With that being said poetry,…

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    ?Day and night cannot dwell together? Deep statement pronounced by Chief Seattle in 1854. With the intention to let American white people knew that between them and Native American, there were irreconcilable differences. With this in mind, I am in agreement with him, because groups of people with different ideological perspective cannot understand each other. In addition, not only Native Americans have been oppressed by American white people. Furthermore, still, now a days, minorities are…

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    Under Arm Tattoo

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    with an upper arm tattoo. The second condition was the same man without an upper arm tattoo. The third condition was a woman with an upper arm tattoo. The last condition was the same woman but her tattoo was removed. There were two different types of factors. The first factor is the target gender and it has two levels (male, female). It is manipulated by seeing if dwell time (ms) will be different for each gender. The second factor is the tattoo, and it has two levels (present, absent). It is…

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    1) Change in environment 1. More dwell time between deployments There is a direct correlation in the comparison in the amount of dwell time when compared to deployment time, as it pertains to the likelihood that a Soldier is will experience symptoms of PTSD. Moreover, research also shows that with each additional time that a Soldier gets deployed to a combat zone, that the likelihood they are to experiencing PTSD increases dramatically. MacGregor, Han, Dougherty & Galarneau (2012). Soldiers that…

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    Port Operations Case Study

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    terminals. According to Kek Choo Chung (1993), “Instead of using the stacking area as a facilitator for a smooth synchronization between transport modes, shippers and logistics service providers started to use terminals as places for cheap storage of consignments. This change in the functional use of terminals implied that high dwell times at container yards were no longer an indication of a poor connectivity, low productivity and lack of synchronisation between maritime operations and land…

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    joyful of His future return by saying in verse 10: “‘Sing for joy and be glad, O daughter of Zion; for behold I am coming and I will dwell in your midst,’ declares the Lord.” It is evident that the Lord wants His people to rejoice at the fact that He is coming soon, and worship Him while we wait for Him. He then gives one final command at the end of the chapter to be still while we wait for Him. In verse 10, the Lord says: “‘Be silent, all flesh, before the Lord; for He is aroused from His holy…

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    “I dwell in Possibility,” begins Emily Dickinson’s poem of the same name: “A fairer House than Prose” (1-2). That poetry is as beautiful and as powerful as its possibilities are unbounded is, in fact, intimated throughout the entirety of Dickinson’s poem; indeed, Dickinson almost seems to have written “I dwell in Possibility” entirely in response to a personal and remarkably fervent desire to see poetry being celebrated for its “numerous” merits and virtues (3). It is interesting to note that…

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    The Non-distinction Realm is the realm that is beyond the sphere of reasoning and thinking. Non-distinction Realm also means Dharmadattu or the True Mind. It transcends the Five Skandhas, the Five Elements, and the Three Realms. Entering the Non-distinction Realm also means enlightenment of the True Mind. Let us regularly practice the seed of light A because it is the Dharmadattu and the Dharma-body of the Vairochana Buddha. It can manifest all other non-outflow seeds. Universally means…

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