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    practicals in the laboratory. The data were used to identify and classify soils for engineering applications. The data were tabulated using Unified Soil Classification System (USCS) method, which is non-laboratory test and 2 classification of soils based on laboratory test. The two laboratory test classify soil methods are Classification of soil based on particular size distribution and Classify soil based on Atterberg Limits. The soil samples from sites known as bore hole and called BH1, BH2, and BH3. I.b. Problem Description Sustainable Earth firm commissioned to conduct a feasibility study for an earthwork project that includes the construction of an earth dam. The…

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    BEMA Film Analysis

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    buprenorphine/naloxone in the polymer matrix which begins delivering the drug once it contacts the mucous membrane.[2] The non-mucoadhesive bioerodable polymer backing layer facilitates one way flow of buprenorphine into the mucosa and prevents the drug from flowing into the mouth and being swallowed due to it's occlusive properties.[2] Propylene glycol is used as a plasticizing agent to improve flexibility of the film and control the erosion rate of the film. [2] The mucoadhesive side of the…

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    1. DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM A fast-dissolving drug delivery system, in most cases, is a tablet that dissolves or disintegrates in the oral cavity without the need for water or chewing. Most fast dissolving delivery system films must include substances to mask the taste of the active ingredient. This masked active ingredient is then swallowed by the patient’s saliva along with the soluble and insoluble excipients. Improved patient compliance is a primary benefit of the fast-dissolving drug delivery…

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    Clinical Trial Process

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    1. Describe the clinical trials process of how a drug is approved by the FDA. The clinical trials process can be divided into four phases. Phase one, the researchers recruit a small group of healthy people (20-100 people) into the trial. This phase focuses on absorption, distribution, metabolism and elimination. The small dose will be administered. At the end of phase one, the safe dosage and the best route to administer drug will be set. Phase two is similar to phase one. The difference is…

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    Event Planning

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    Event planning is the psychological organization of ideas or activities to achieve a desired goal. It involves creativity, talent and skill using forecasted scenarios that develop a clear perspective of how one should predict what the future will look like; and has been one of the most emerging industries of the 21st Century. In this annotated bibliography, I will present six resources that support the three top trends in the area of event planning. The prerequisite for researching and…

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    cities and adjacent farming lands became increasingly evident. Concurrently, the Egyptians, and their rich soil nourished by the Nile, farmed with an unprecedented productivity that drove the development of kingdoms. In both these cultures, authoritative figures rose to prominence in the city and took control of the outlying farms. By doing so, people fell into a dynamic of social classification that divided the rich and the poor. However, there is a striking synergistic relationship that can be…

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    For every New Year’s holiday, China's 130 million migrant laborers return to their native villages. This egress is the largest human migration in the world. The documentary films one couple who has emplaned on these annual hegiras for nearly two decades. The Zhangs departed their home village in Sichuan province and their children to seek job in a garment factory in Guangzhou for 16 years and travel back only once a year — like countless rural poor. This film represents both the struggles of…

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    Chinatown Film Noir

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    noir texts, including the role of the sleuth and the femme fatale, with close reference to the text and notable film theorists and critics. Chinatown is designed to appeal to classic noir audiences through the deliberate recreation of 1937 Los Angeles, and the inclusion of John Huston, director of The Maltese Falcon (1941). This essay proposes that Polanski uses classic noir conventions to subvert audience expectations and criticise the dominant ideologies of the noir era. This is achieved…

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    face detection is only about 50 years. From 1964 to 1990, face detection is treated as part of common object-class detection. The main function used in face detection is geometric feature based. This technical function focuses much on profile of human face. How to extract information from face profile determines the performance of face detection at that time. Even artificial neural net is once used in detecting human face. Secondary state of face detection is from 1991 to 1997. In this period,…

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    certain electronic manufacturers. One of the biggest environmental concerns is toxic waste and plastics in landfills. A report about e-waste on the Greenpeace website states that “more than 4.6 million [tons] of e-waste ended up in landfills in the United States in 2000. Toxic chemicals in electronics products can leach into the land over time or are released into the atmosphere, impacting nearby communities and the environment” (Greenpeace International, 2010, para 2). One of the biggest…

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