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The operating theatre of the University of Leiden in which he once worked as an anatomist is now at the center of a museum named after him ; the Boerhaave Museum.
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The CIA's elite Special Activities Division ( SAD ) units were the first U. S. forces to enter Afghanistan ( noting that many different countries intelligence agencies were on the ground or operating within theatre before SAD, and that SAD are not technically military forces, but civilian paramilitaries ).
He instructed the hospital staff to wear gloves and wash their hands, instruments, and dressings with a phenol solution and, in 1869, he invented a machine that would spray carbolic acid in the operating theatre during surgery.
ELA is performed as an outpatient procedure and does not require the use of an operating theatre, nor does the patient need a general anaesthetic.
In some cases twin delivery is done in a larger delivery room or in an operating theatre, in the event of complication e. g.
After the Poor Law was abolished in 1930, the Southwark Union Infirmary was renamed Dulwich Hospital and the following year an operating theatre was built.
From November 1914 to early 1916, recovering soldiers from the Imperial Indian Army were stationed there-the adjacent Dome ( now a theatre ) was equipped with an operating room and more beds.
In London the previous year, Senesino, a singer who had been a part of Handel's " Second Academy " which performed at the King's Theatre, Haymarket, quarrelled with Handel and established a rival company, the Opera of the Nobility, operating from a theatre in Lincoln's Inn Fields.
A riot between students of the two hospitals broke out in the operating theatre at St. Thomas's in 1836 which ended the arrangement.
Most gumboots are black, but those worn by abattoir workers, butchers, fishermen and by hospital operating theatre staff and surgeons are white, and children's sizes come in multiple colours.
Louisbourg is home to the Louisbourg Playhouse, a theatre company operating in an Elizabethan theatre that was used as a prop in the live action 1994 Disney film Squanto: A Warrior's Tale.
Since 1967 it has been the official summer theatre of Maine, and the oldest continually operating summer theatre in America.
The New Harmony Theatre is a professional theatre operating under an agreement with Actors ' Equity Association, the union of professional actors and stage managers in the United States.
Portuguese Air Force's helicopter operating in an African theatre during the Portuguese Colonial War.
This has been shown to contain chemicals which may cause harm by inhalation by the patients, surgeon or operating theatre staff.
The hospital has a Minor Injuries Unit, providing basic 24 emergency care, inpatient and outpatient departments, an operating theatre, radiography, physiotherapy and occupational therapy departments.
Some other tests require elaborate equipment used by medical technologists or the use of a sterile operating theatre environment.
In 1834 he made extensive alterations and additions to the Middlesex Hospital and later built a new medical school and operating theatre there.
In 1862, the hospital began the move to its present site at Lambeth and the operating theatre was closed.
* The oldest surviving operating theatre in the country ( dating from 1822 ), used in the days before anaesthetics and antiseptic surgery.
The Herb Garret was so called by the Grand Committee of St Thomas ' Hospital when, in 1821, they ordered that an operating theatre be built in the garret of the church to serve the patients of the hospital.
At about the same time as the operating theatre was built, the garret was reroofed and dormer windows inserted.
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" Samar Khatiwala, an oceanographer at Columbia University concludes that the studies suggest " we cannot count on these sinks operating in the future as they have in the past, and keep on subsidizing our ever-growing appetite for fossil fuels.
There is a Natural History Museum operating under the direction of the University of Crete and two aquariums-Aquaworld in Hersonissos and Cretaquarium displaying sea creatures common in Cretan waters.
An institution called Dartmouth University occupied the College buildings and began operating in Hanover in 1817, though the College continued teaching classes in rented rooms nearby.
* The International Medical and Technological University ( IMTU ) is a privately owned institute of higher education institution operating in Dar es Salaam.
* Kampala International University-began operations in January 2009 operating from Quality Plaza along Pugu road. Currently, the University Centre is situated on a of land, at Gongo la Mboto area in Ilala District, 7 km from Mwalimu Julius Nyerere International Airport along Pugu road.
* The International Institute for Diasporic and Transcultural Studies ( IIDTS )-a transnational institute incorporating Jean Moulin University ( Lyons, France ), the University of Cyprus, Sun Yat-sen University ( Guangzhou, China ) and Liverpool Hope University ( UK )-is a dedicated research network operating in a transdisciplinary logic and focussed on cultural representation ( and auto-representation ) of diasporic communities throughout the world.
The medieval universities of Western Christendom were well-integrated across all of Western Europe, encouraged freedom of enquiry and produced a great variety of fine scholars and natural philosophers, including Thomas Aquinas of the University of Naples, Robert Grosseteste of the University of Oxford, an early expositor of a systematic method of scientific experimentation ; and Saint Albert the Great, a pioneer of biological field research The University of Bologne is considered the oldest continually operating university.
The machine was used by other members of the University to solve real problems, and many early techniques were developed that are now included in operating systems.
It was developed by the University of Wisconsin – Madison in 1984 for the Charlotte multicomputer operating system.
In 1986 at the University of Rochester Lynx was ported to the Chrysalis operating system running on a BBN Butterfly multiprocessor.
There are two tertiary institutions operating in the Marshall Islands – the College of the Marshall Islands ( CMI ) and The University of the South Pacific.
Mach is an operating system kernel developed at Carnegie Mellon University to support operating system research, primarily distributed and parallel computation.
A team led by Avie Tevanian, who had joined the company after working as one of the Mach kernel engineers at Carnegie Mellon University, was to develop the NeXTSTEP operating system.
The first curses library was developed at the University of California at Berkeley, for a BSD operating system, around 1980 to support a screen-oriented game.
The UCSD p-System, developed at The University of California, San Diego, was a self-compiling and self-hosted operating system based on p-code optimized for generation by the Pascal programming language.
UCSD Pascal was developed at The University of California, San Diego Institute for Information Systems in 1978 to provide students with a common operating system that could run on any of the then available microcomputers as well as campus DEC PDP-11 minicomputers.
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It was established by Leiden University in 1633, to house the quadrant of Snellius, and is the oldest operating University observatory in the world ( before this, astronomy taught at medieval universities tended to be of a more theoretical nature, and any observations were usually done with private equipment rather than at University observatories — see this timeline ).
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This is the primary function of the imagination operating in the absence of the original experiential stimulus by which the images were first appropriated.
-- Expenditures for operating and maintaining the stations and equipment of the Armed Forces are estimated to be $10.3 billion in 1961, which is $184 million more than in 1960.
The same restrictions apply after local sunset in the case of class 3, stations operating on regional channels, which after that time are required to operate under nighttime restrictions in order to protect each other.
This view is based upon several basic economic forces which I believe will be operating in the Sixties, as follows: ( 1 )
There may be certain items which are quite similar to a net operating loss carryover or operating deficit and whose right to survive a reorganization should perhaps be subject to the conditions applicable to those items.
But in the second subtype, which I take to be the one more frequently applied, only the operating expenses and not the `` cost of capital '' or `` fair return '' are apportioned directly among the various classes of service.
the way in which the transformation of state depends on the operating variables for the main types of reactors is discussed in the next chapter.
Business Week ( Aug. 9, 1961 ) reports that the United Aircraft Company, against which the International Association of Machinists had undertaken a strike, decided to keep its plants operating.
And this is true in the case of some turnpikes on which revenues have risen close to, or beyond, the point at which the roads start to pay all operating costs plus annual interest on the bonds.
Aeronautics ( from Greek ὰήρ āēr which means " air " and ναυτική nautikē which means " navigation, Airmanship ", i. e. " navigation of the air ") is the science involved with the study, design, and manufacturing of airflight-capable machines, or the techniques of operating aircraft and rocketry within the atmosphere.
AIX / ESA, while technically advanced, had little commercial success, partially because UNIX functionality was added as an option to the existing mainframe operating system, MVS, which became MVS / ESA OpenEdition in 1999.
* The 400 / 800's 10 KB operating system was replaced with a simpler 2 KB BIOS, of which 1 KB is the built-in character set.
Instead, AMOS BASIC controlled the computer directly, which caused programs written in it to have a non-standard user interface, and also caused compatibility problems with newer versions of the operating system.
Advanced power management ( APM ) is an API developed by Intel and Microsoft and released in 1992 which enables an operating system running an IBM-compatible personal computer to work with the BIOS ( part of the computer's firmware ) to achieve power management.
A few years later, in 1981, IBM introduced the first DOS based IBM PC, and due to the overwhelming popularity of PCs and their clones, DOS soon became the operating system on which the majority of BBS programs were run.
Almost universally, home computers of the 1980s had a ROM-resident BASIC interpreter, allowing the machines to boot directly into BASIC which therefore constituted a significant and visible part of the user interface of many home computers ' rudimentary operating systems.
After years of operating profits at Community Newspaper and losses at the Herald, Purcell in 2006 sold the suburban chain to newspaper conglomerate Liberty Group Publishing of Illinois, which soon after changed its name to GateHouse Media.
Modern usage uses a ' ten-foot ' pole, but the earliest instances in print involve a forty-foot pole, which is improbably long for operating a barge.
The legacy of line printers lives on in many computer operating systems, which use the abbreviations " lp ", " lpr ", or " LPT " to refer to printers.