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In their paper entitled " When the Enterprise becomes the Prosumerise ", Widality discusses how the very different IT and mobility needs of the prosumer, consumer and enterprise are all now melding into a common set of requirements, driven by the rise of smartphones and downloadable applications that consumers, prosumers and enterprises are consuming in equal numbers.
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he tossed a paper toward every front door, and housewives came down to their steps to pick them up and read what their neighbors had been doing.
Despite his defense of himself in the final paper of the Englishman and in his speech before the House, their efforts were successful.
-- But let him be ready to invent whatever falsehood -- to assail whatever character -- and to prostitute his paper to whatever ends -- and they hug him to their heart.
In particular he sought the gentle, sweet-faced nuns, with head coverings and veils coming to the middle of their foreheads, remembering their expressions until he reached home and set them down on paper.
There have been many extremely competent men who have been converted into very incompetent managers or submerged in paper work, to their own and the public's dissatisfaction and loss.
In their very first collages, Braque and Picasso draw or paint over and on the affixed paper or cloth, so that certain of the principal features of their subjects as depicted seem to thrust out into real, bas-relief space -- or to be about to do so -- while the rest of the subject remains imbedded in, or flat upon, the surface.
Some are so filled with gratitude, for the gift of life and the love of God, that their joy spills out on the paper and brightens the lives of thousands whom they have never known, and will never see.
No action of his could be interpreted in his favor and four midshipmen, prior to their knowing the significance of the Greek paper, had seen it in Cromwell's hands while Spencer whispered explanations.
The abacus gives blind and visually impaired students a tool to compute mathematical problems that equals the speed and mathematical knowledge required by their sighted peers using pencil and paper.
Historian Thomas Woods argues that the crashes were caused by various privately-owned banks with state charters that issued paper money, supposedly convertible to gold, in amounts greatly exceeding their gold reserves.
People decorated their homes and trees with paper flags ; there were ritual races, processions, dances, songs, prayers, and finally human sacrifices.
From about 1955 he started to work on sheaf theory and homological algebra, producing the influential " Tôhoku paper " ( Sur quelques points d ' algèbre homologique, published in 1957 ) where he introduced Abelian categories and applied their theory to show that sheaf cohomology can be defined as certain derived functors in this context.
The AVL tree is named after its two Soviet inventors, G. M. Adelson-Velskii and E. M. Landis, who published it in their 1962 paper " An algorithm for the organization of information.
Authors may post the documents on their own websites, but they are required to link back to the digital library's reference page for the paper.
They established the principles and basic techniques of partition chromatography, and their work encouraged the rapid development of several chromatographic methods: paper chromatography, gas chromatography, and what would become known as high performance liquid chromatography.
In one paper presented at an ABA conference on class actions in 2007, authors commented that " competing cases can also provide opportunities for collusive settlement discussions and reverse auctions by defendants anxious to resolve their new exposure at the most economic cost.
Investors in the VOC were issued paper certificates as proof of share ownership, and were able to trade their shares on the original Amsterdam stock exchange.
During the American Civil War of 1861 – 1865, some soldiers pinned paper notes with their name and home address to the backs of their coats.
The dadaists imitated the techniques developed during the cubist movement through the pasting of cut pieces of paper items, but extended their art to encompass items such as transportation tickets, maps, plastic wrappers, etc.
In 1990, Steven Pinker and Paul Bloom published their paper " Natural Language & Natural Selection " which strongly argued for an adaptationist approach to language origins.
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His parents talked seriously and lengthily to their own doctor and to a specialist at the University Hospital -- Mr. McKinley was entitled to a discount for members of his family -- and it was decided it would be best for him to take the remainder of the term off, spend a lot of time in bed and, for the rest, do pretty much as he chose -- provided, of course, he chose to do nothing too exciting or too debilitating.
Editor Foss stated, `` Of their guilt there can be no doubt but they are entitled to sufficient time to prepare for trial, and a fair trial ''.
We today are not entitled to excoriate honest men who believed Parker to be downright pernicious and who barred their pulpits against his demand to poison the minds of their congregations.
* In episode 17, season 5 of " Family Guy ", entitled " It Takes a Village Idiot, and I Married One ", the Griffin family is wearing powdered wigs in their living room and Stewie Griffin begins playing several classical compositions, including those by Joseph Haydn and George Frideric Handel, when Peter Griffin, as Salieri, says " Play Peter Griffin ", alluding to the 1984 film Amadeus, when the disguised Salieri character requests that Mozart imitate his compositional style.
In November 2008, the UK based think tank Demos published an influential pamphlet entitled ' It's a material world: caring for the public realm ', in which they argue for integrating the public directly into efforts to conserve material culture, particularly that which is in the public, their argument, as stated on page 16, demonstrates their belief that society can benefit from conservation as a paradigm as well as a profession:
In 2011 the Dandy did a similar competition where readers voted for their favourite out of four strips, entitled Strictly Come Laughing ( a reference to Strictly Come Dancing ).
Annual celebrations also take place in Hong Kong, entitled Canada D ' eh and held on June 30 at Lan Kwai Fong, where an estimated attendance of 12, 000 was reported in 2008 ; in Afghanistan, where members of the Canadian Forces mark the holiday at their base ; and in Mexico, at the American Legion in Chapala, and the Canadian Club in Ajijic.
As part of this notice procedure, there may have to be several notices, first a notice giving class members the opportunity to opt out of the class, i. e. if individuals wish to proceed with their own litigation they are entitled to do so, only to the extent that they give timely notice to the class counsel or the court that they are opting out.
Also, in Chapter XI ( entitled ' How to compare two different Systems of Laws ') of Book XXIX he advises that " to determine which of those systems the French and English systems for the punishment of false witnesses is most agreeable to reason, we must take them each as a whole and compare them in their entirety.
: May 3, 1860: " Mr. Darwin has written a work which will constitute an era in geology & natural history to show that ... the descendants of common parents may become in the course of ages so unlike each other as to be entitled to rank as a distinct species, from each other or from some of their progenitors ".
The team entitled to snap the ball will usually know in advance the moment when the snap is to occur as one of their players calls out signals, which usually include a loud sound such as " hut " voiced one or more times, the number of which they know ; they are thus said to know the " snap count ".
The uncontested possession also, as Walter Camp pointed out, allows for better offensive and defensive planning by the side entitled to snap the ball and their opposition, respectively.
Before the Act was passed, on February 8, 1914 The New York Times published an article entitled " Negro Cocaine ' Fiends ' Are New Southern Menace: Murder and Insanity Increasing Among Lower-Class Blacks " by Edward Huntington Williams which reported that Southern sheriffs had increased the caliber of their weapons from. 32 to. 38 to bring down Negroes under the effect of cocaine.
Hengist — here Geoffrey notes whose " years and wisdom entitled him to precedence "— responds for the company, stating that they have come from their homeland of Saxony, and that they had come to offer their services to Vortigern or some other prince.
Hedge fund management firms are usually owned by their portfolio managers, who are therefore entitled to any profits that the business makes.
The thinking is that creators will not have sufficient incentive to invent unless they are legally entitled to capture the full social value of their inventions.
In May 2007, a bill entitled the " Stop Trading on Congressional Knowledge Act, or STOCK Act " was introduced that would hold congressional and federal employees liable for stock trades they made using information they gained through their jobs and also regulate analysts or " Political Intelligence " firms that research government activities.
When Romero saw the demo, entitled " Dangerous Dave in Copyright Infringement ", he realized that Carmack's breakthrough could have potential, the team that would later form Id Software immediately began moonlighting, going so far as to " borrow " company computers that were not being used over the weekends and at nights while they designed their own remake of Super Mario Bros. 3.