Active lifestyles -
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...rather than expecting quick fix consequences regarding your appearance and overall wellness. As you contemplate making lifestyle changes, consider whether they are going to be comfortable on a daily basis, not just for this week or month but hopefully for numerous decades to come. Neither develops a consistently enjoyable pattern of activity as neither yo-yo dieting nor conflicting exercising will keep you fit. 3 Select and conduct an appropriate battery... Running Head: Active lifestyles Active lifestyles The effects of a sedentary lifestyle and well-being Daily life in the industrialized countries like UK has become more sedentary, and a raising body of evidence correlates’ sedentary lifestyles with...
Active learning
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...Active Learning Recently, the learning experience I have gained has made a remarkable change in the way I approach learning and deal with people. I can claim that the change has made me transition into a more mature learner and would definitely help me in dealing with future challenges in my career. The experience relates to the idea of Reg Revan’s Action Learning, which we applied in fulfilling an important academic requirement for the (Course/Subject) class. In this paper, I will expound on the learning I had and the insights I gained, and relate the relevance of Action Learning to my experience. As part of the requirements of the course (Name), we were assigned as a group... ?Reflective Essay on...
Active/Reflective Listening
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...rather than paying attention to forms, subjectivity, or passive expression. Active listening, as the name indicates, requires the listener to be fully attentive toward the speaker while the communication is going on. Active listening is the best form of listening because it leads to accurate understanding of meaning on the part of the listener. Active listening leads to such an interaction between the speaker and the listener in which the listener makes use of emotional intelligence in order to optimize the understanding. “Demanding both verbal and nonverbal skills, this way of communication improves mutual understanding by using... ?Outline Active listening An introduction to Active/Reflective Listening ...
Active listening in counseling
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...active listener represents. The congruent listener is in contact with self. A congruent listener admits to have feeling in case of anger or any kind of irritation. An active listener communicates what they feel and know, rather than trouncing behind a disguise. It is imperative to understand... Active Listening in Counseling Active listening encompasses purpose of listening during counseling, when interacting with people. It is listening to others views without distraction/ thinking about any other things. It defines the most prearranged/ structured way of listening and responding to others paying complete attention on the speaker. The behaviors and body language of the speaker is a matter of great...
Active Listening: Leader
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...rather than the technicality of the issue put forth in a conversation creates a productive environment wherein hostility and lack of trust were expelled. Enterprises which possess highly motivated labor force have been sharing a common effective formula, which is an open communication system characterized by active listening that creates self-managed teams. Unrestrained communication guides both the leaders and the members to understand their goals with the intention to cooperatively contrive to realize their formulated objectives. The domains of communication must flow liberally throughout the organization to ensure that teams are empowered to make... Researchers on the area of leadership, before and...
Active Listening Paper
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...rather it strives to extract the meaning woven in to body language and mannerism. Active Listening Active Listening is the most superior listening in which listener strives to pay maximum attention to what is being said and conveyed. Active listening is characterized by a prompt feedback to the speaker on what is perceived or understood of his vocals and actions. Gordon (2002, p.81) states, “Situations requiring the use of emphatic listening are almost limitless in groups and organizations.” The empathy to the speaker is the basic requirement for active listening. The active listening is a very significant contributor towards a better team work in organizations where... Running Head: Active Listening...
Active and passive euthanasia
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...rather than to intervene to keep them alive. On the other hand, this way can be used by physicians and relatives to "kill" patients. Also, some patients are depressed and not able to evaluate their decision to die. Two cases under analysis show that a 'doctor or medical staff' is responsible for the decision. If it is possible to save five people letting one to die, it will be morally right to prohibit active in favor of passive euthanasia. The problem is that it is impossible... Active and Passive Euthanasia For a long time, euthanasia is considered one of the most controversial problems in medical practice. During many years of debate euthanasia has heated discussions in the society and medical...
Active teaching strategy
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...Active Teaching Strategy INTRODUCTION: The active learning strategy that can be incorporated for teaching the nursing are a game. The reason for choosing a game is that psychologically we tend to perform better in a competitive environment and also studies have soon shown enhanced brain function with lesser amount of stress when the activity being performed by the person is mentally stimulating rather than tiring. Keeping this philosophy into consideration the idea that I like to propose for active learning is that of "ten questions". THE GAME: Ten questions is a very simple game, the theme of the game...
Voluntary Active Euthanasia
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...Active Euthanasia – Arguments for Legalization As the of euthanasia looms over the law, the debate has become more heated in termsof whether voluntary active euthanasia should be legalized. Problems surrounding the delicate issues touched upon by the debate have raised great concern of the potential for abuse of such legislation. Yet are such concerns exaggerated, and are arguments against VAE based on misconceptions of the issue of the sanctity of life? Legalization may be seen by some as inevitable, though whether it occurs in reality will “depend on a variety of factors” (Jones, 2009, p. 2). Which elements would proposed legislation need to possess in order to safely permit and suitably... ?Voluntary...
Implementation Plan for Active Directory
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...Active Directory Architecture. The Proposed Active Directory Logical Architecture: Riordan Manufacturing has four offices – the corporate HQ and R&D Center, the Plastic Fan plant having 250 employees at China, the plastic beverage container plant at Albany, GA having 45 employees and the custom plastic parts plant at Pontiac, MI and 130 employees. The network has Windows NT Servers as well and hence the AD will need to be implemented in “mixed” mode rather than “native” mode. The design proposed herewith is a single forest, single tree design with two domains – riordan.com at the corporate office and china.riordan.com at China. The riordan.com domain shall be the primary... Running Head: Active...
Active and Passive Euthanasia by James Rachels
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...rather than kill him/her without stipulating the conditions. In some instances, both actions may have a similar outcome that is morally repugnant (self-interest and greed). In other instances like in a cancer patient, active euthanasia may ease the pain of the patient rather than letting them suffer in the name of morality (Rachels, 2010). Question Three The Smith case shows how he actively killed his six year old cousin while the Jones case shows how even if he did not actively kill his six year old cousin, he let him die even though he had the power to save him but chose not to. According to Rachels, there are no moral... Active and Passive Euthanasia al Affiliation) Question One Active euthanasia is...
Active Directory Implementation Plan for Riordan Manufacturing
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...Active Directory Architecture. The Proposed Active Directory Logical Architecture: Riordan Manufacturing has four offices - the corporate HQ and R&D Center, the Plastic Fan plant having 250 employees at China, the plastic beverage container plant at Albany, GA having 45 employees and the custom plastic parts plant at Pontiac, MI and 130 employees. The network has Windows NT Servers as well and hence the AD will need to be implemented in "mixed" mode rather than "native" mode. The design proposed herewith is a single forest, single tree design with two domains - riordan.com at the corporate office and china.riordan.com at China. The riordan.com domain... Running Head: Active Directory Implementation...
Active Isolated Stretching for parkinson patients
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...active and this means that movement is initiated by the patient rather than the practitioner. Works Cited Boelen, Miriam P. Health Professionals Guide to Physical Management of Parkinsons Disease. New York: Human Kinetics, 2009. Rodrigues-de-Paula Fatima, Oliveira Lima Lima. "Physical Therapy - Exercise and Parkinsons Disease." International Encyclopedia of Rehabilitation (2010): 1-17.... Active isolated stretching for Parkinson patients Parkinson’s disease refers to a progressive neurological conditionthat arises as a result of disorder of the central nervous systems. The condition gets caused by a deficiency of a chemical known as dopamine as a result of death of nerve cells in the brain. Common...
Comparison essay: An active student and a passive student
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...Active students take interest in the lecture and ask the teachers questions if they have any doubts. Active students tend to apply the concepts learned in the class on their personal experiences and share any useful insights with the rest of the class to promote the culture of learning and sharing. Active students tend to grab the concepts rather than cramming things up and are always up to date with the latest lecture because they have paid attention throughout the previous lectures. There are certain people who think that passive students learn no less than active students. Although they do not pay much...
Active Listening
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...Active listening Active listening Social challenges require an active listener. Similarly, addressing a personal problem entails empathy, active listening, persuasion, self-awareness, and coordination. Therefore, the report comprises a practical issue I encountered and how I helped the client to find peace through active listening. Mrs. Hirst sought my assistance to deal with her drinking problems. She first requested my time to discuss confidential information about her life. I organized a meeting between us out of my office where we discussed the concerns. Even though she felt uneasy, I cooled her nerves...
Active, Spiritual, and Autonomous at 72
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...rather go to God. She did not want to burden her family, though they want to take care of her. She admitted feeling sorry for herself sometimes, when she wanted to open a bottle of milk, and she could not: “I don’t like self-pity. But sometimes, I feel it. But I don’t dwell on it.” Shirley underscored that she keeps herself active by walking everyday and doing some gardening. She also reads novels, mostly historical ones: “I am history and I love history too. It makes sense, right?” Shirley... ? Active, spiritual, and autonomous at 72 18 July Some people think that old people are sickly and controlling. But Shirley Smith, Filipino American and 72 years old, proved me wrong. I interviewed her on July 8,...
Active LNG 4 & 5 CRJ 520II
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...ACTIVE LEARNING 5 CRJ 520 DANIEL ACHEOMPONG Discuss your thoughts on the articles and their implications to the field of corrections The focus of both articles was on Motivational Interviewing (MI). Motivational Interviewing is an important intervention that aims to encourage people to commit to goals for change, and is commonly used by corrections personnel (McMurran, 2009). According to Miller and Rollnick (2002), "Motivational Interviewing is an empirically supported intervention approach thought to build motivation by facilitating client recognition and resolution of ambivalence about changing behavior." Motivational Interviewing was originally used as a technique for...
Authenticating iOS devices to join the Active Directory Domain
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...Active Directory Domain Ahmed Almalki Contents 0Introduction 2.0 Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP)…………………………………….2 2.1 LDAP Background Information ……………………………………………..2 2.2 Understanding the LDIF file format …………………………………………3 2.3 LADP Utility (ladp.exe) ……………………………………………………..4 2.4 Issue without LDAP …………………………………………………………6 3.0 Microsoft Active Directory as a LDAP implementation ……………………………6 3.1 Active Directory Fundamentals ……………………………………………..6 3.2 Users and Groups ……………………………………………………………8 3.3 Active Directory Security (Authentication) ………………………………….. 9 3.3.1 Permissions and auditing ………………………….……………….9 3.3.2 Advanced... on their school, hospital or office...
ESI Active Directory Configuration
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...Active Directory Configuration Elliott’s Solutions Inc. finally decided on its IP Scheme, Domain DNS Configuration, and valued website to allow its many employees to access resources for greater productivity in many branches nationwide and to forthcoming new locations, and to facilitate the effort of customers to gather more information about ESI. It is time to design its new Active Directory and to define the corresponding policies. Top View or Forest ESI will have a single domain AD forest with centralized authentication and authorization. Security boundaries and specifications will be defined starting with the urgent requirements that will prevent...
Examine the responses of single women that dont participate in active physical recreation with single men that dont participate in active physical recreation?
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...active physical activities because of a number of reasons. Miller (2005) claims that, physical recreation is low among single men and women. The main objective of this qualitative study is to examine difference responses of single men and women who do not take part in active physical exercises or recreation. According to Carlson (2004), 62% of people with a domestic income of $ 20 or less are inactive in physical exercises. He also adds that people with high school education are also inactive... Unit Introduction Physical recreation improves the health of both men and women. In addition, it builds opportunity and creates communal connections. However, single men and women do not participate in active...
Active Shooter, National Security
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...active shooter incident. The active shooter incident, in this case, has been described as involving suspect(s) whose activities are intent on causing immediate bodily harm or killing others and they have not been contained. There was no discernible exact target and the shooting victims were unaware that there were targets until after they had been shot. This safety plan makes the victims aware of their environment, take common sense precautions and be attentive to instructions on how to protect themselves. An analysis of the situation shows... The second safety action would be to undertake protective actions that include steps aimed at reducing vulnerability. The first...
Active Directory Policy
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...Active Directory Configuration Elliott’s Solutions Inc. finally decided on its IP Scheme, Domain DNS Configuration, and valued website to allow its many employees to access resources for greater productivity in many branches nationwide and to forthcoming new locations, and to facilitate the effort of customers to gather more information about ESI. It is time to design its new Active Directory and to define the corresponding policies. Top View or Forest ESI will have a single domain AD forest with centralized authentication and authorization. Security boundaries and specifications will be defined starting with the urgent requirements that will prevent...
Active Lesson Plan
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...Active Lesson Plan al Affiliation Active Lesson Plan Grade level: Eight Common Core Standard: “Use knowledge of a language and its conventions when writing, speaking, reading, or listening” (Beach, Thein & Webb, 2012). Lesson Description: Title: Prewriting Strategy to enhance Detail in Writing Topic: Writing in Detail General Goal(s): Students will be able to write in detail when practicing to write independently. Specific Objectives: a. Students will identify examples of using detail when preparing mentor texts b. Students will question their peers c. Students will add detail to their writing Required Materials: paper, pencil, novels (The...
Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy
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...active antiretroviral therapy" (HAART) began to spread irreversibly. But it was soon discovered that the old medical wisdom was shown to hold true even for HAART: all effective drugs have side effects. Despite all possible side effects, it is important to remember the positive effects of HAART. It is believed that HAART can often achieve miracles! Cryptosporidiosis and Kaposi's... In February 1996, during the 3rd Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI) in Washington, Bill Cameron announced that the mereaddition of ritonavir oral solution decreases the frequency of death and AIDS from 38% to 22 % (Cameron 1998). The strangely unscientific expression "highly active a...
In what sense are media audiences (a) active and (b) powerful? Discuss with reference to the strengths and weaknesses of 'active audience' theory.
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...rather than “passive to active media users”. Audience theory treats media users as social groups that are strongly influenced by media, rather than seeing them as an isolated television viewer entirely dependent on it. Hall suggested that there are three ways in which audiences could ‘decode’ media messages: first, the dominant code, by which viewers select the preferred reading intended by the producers of the message; second, the negotiated code, by which audiences modify the message; perhaps... Topic:  In what sense are media audiences (a) active and (b) powerful? Discuss with reference to the strengths and weaknesses of active audience theory. I. Media Audiences, Who Are They? In order to understand...
Sociology. Active Listening Steps
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...Active Listening Steps One day my grade 5 daughter told me that she is one of the candi s for conduct awardee in their grade level. The conduct award is the highest award given in every grade level in elementary. I was so happy because she got that same award when she was in grade 4. I told her we should pray about it and hope she gets the award. A week after, my daughter came to my room crying. I was watching TV at that time so I turned it off so that I could find out why she was crying. I wanted to give her my 100% attention. I asked her the reason why she was crying. I listened intently to her and looked at her straight in the eye. At the same time I was hugging her too. She told... Sociology Essay...
Active LRNG 8 CRJ520
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...Active LRNG 8 CRJ520 Discuss your thoughts on programs that you believe should be expanded and those that shouldbe eliminated Programs that help offenders to improve their skills, as well as behavior should be encouraged. Consequent to these, such programs as personal skills training, individual counseling, and behavioral programs should be expanded as they bear positive results. More to these, multiple services, such as, service brokerage and multimodial service should be strengthened as they have a higher capacity for creating positive change. Younger individuals respond better to restitution programs, which mean that such programs should be expanded. On the other hand, programs... Admission essay –...
Morality of Active Euthinasia
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...Active Euthanasia November 4, 2009. Morality of Active Euthanasia Death does not always come easily. Due to incurable illnesses, some patients may suffer severe pain and loss of mental faculty during their last days. For them and those who share compassion of their situation, quick death might seem to be a reasonable way to end the pain and humiliation. However, medical ethics and most religious beliefs are against any attempts to end life, since preserving life is the core of their existence. Thus, the gravest ethical dilemma is born… the euthanasia. Euthanasia, which is another term of assisted suicide, can be either active or passive. Active euthanasia is sometimes called mercy... Morality of Active ...
Biologicaly-active peptide
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...active Peptides Proteins are sources of numerous peptides with varied biological activity. Such peptides are perceived to be crucial elements of foods with desired and designed biological activity. In that sense, biologically active peptides are defined by Kastin (2013, pp.8) as “particular fragments of protein that have a positive influence on body conditions and functions and may ultimately affect health”. Sharma, Singh and Rana (2011, pp.223-225) emphasize that biologically active peptides are proteins manufactured in the cell in the form of large proteins, which are then sliced and modifies to produce active products. The bioactive peptides play a major role in pathogenesis... and...
Seeds milk rather than cow's milk
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...rather than cows milk Contents Contents Disadvantages of cow milk 4 Food sensitivities to dairy and gluten 5 Initiated diseases 5 Sensitivity to Gluten 6 Seeds as an alternative 7 Benefits of seeds 7 Benefits of nuts 7 Seeds of Brassicacea 8 Cause of the rise of diary related symptoms 8 Reasons behind milk being bad for health 8 Report of United Nations regarding the issue 9 Mortality rates associated with the milk of cow 10 Mortality rates associated with drinking milk 10 Proposed advantages of drinking milk 10 Undesirable effect of drinking milk 10 Switch from Cow’s milk to milk from nuts for 40 years or older 11 Disadvantage of cow’s milk 11 Benefits of seeds milk 12... Literature Review: Seeds milk...
Why is Earth geologically active?
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...Active? Earth is geologically active because of the convection of heat from the interior of the planet, as well as its closeness to the Sun, which pulls at the atmosphere, thus rising the heat within the planet and letting it to experience actions that would make it be considered an active, “alive” planet. Due to the large size of the planet, it is able to retain enough of this rising heat; enough of this heat allows the planet to experience geologically activity, since the heat is one of the driving forces as to why the interior of the Earth is as active as it is. The heat contained within the Earth...
The Evolution of Active Directory
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...Active Directory This paper is about the evolution of active directory in the area of information technology. According to Heywood & Ahmad (2001), “an active directory is a distributed database that stores information about domain, computers, users, groups, and services.” In this paper, we look at its introduction as a component of window 2000 server operating system as well as its present day form as an integral part of window server 2008. We also look at how things were managed before its introduction and the scope of what it offers. All this is with an objective of understanding this kind of a component Microsoft windows hence try to understand this component act be of importance... ?The Evolution of...
Comparison therapy of Tocilizumab+ MTX vs Riruximab+MTX in treatment of active rhuematoid arthritis
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...active rheumatoid arthritis Introduction With the aim to evaluate the clinical trials on the newer immune modulating agents in combination of disease modifying agent such as methotrexate, the latest evidence from the published literature can be reviewed. Active rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic disease with systemic manifestations with symmetric synovial inflammation and joint destruction through immune-mediated pathogenic process. Given the fact that the current treatment with disease modifying agent is inadequate, a comparison of the available treatments may be worthwhile. Methodology All published literature on two new... Comparison of Tocilizumab therapy against Rituximab therapy in the treatment of...
NUTRITION FOR AN ACTIVE LIFESTYLE
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...activities lasting less than an hour. But it has its own limitations. Hence one is forced to go for the sports drinks. Water has very important functions to do in the body. It helps in the transportation of nutrients and elimination of waste materials especially the nitrogenous wastes. Because of this function water is a very important element in maintaining the health of the kidneys. It helps in the process of swallowing and helps in the process of digestion. Water lubricates the tissues and joints and regulates temperature through sweating. Water is the main component that keeps the volume of the blood in the body... Water is the most efficient hydrant; Water is considered the best hydrant for...
Active Duty Military Pregnant Mother
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...Active Duty Military Pregnant Mother Pregnancies come with different challenges varying from one person to another. Theу vary fromcommon minor changes like uterine cramping early in the pregnancy to serious health problems that may result into miscarriages later in the pregnancy. In a normal pregnancy changes taking place in the woman’s body may include simple ramping of the uterus, nausea, vomiting, bowel habit changes, abdominal girth increase, growing urination frequency, higher heartbeat rates, ankle swellings and palpitations among other simple but inconvenient changes. Fatigue is normal thing early in the pregnancy. Given that the pregnancy is developing and many...
Active Shape Modelling compared to Hip Morphometry in the prediction of Hip fracture
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...Active shape modelling compared to hip morphometry in prediction of hip fracture Introduction: Hip fracture is a fracture of the femur: intertrochantric, subtrochantric, of femoral head or of femoral neck. It is a highly traumatic sometimes fatal event, especially for the elderly. People with osteoarthritis (OA) are at a higher risk of hip fracture due to decline in muscle strength and loss of stability; and therefore the relationship between hip fracture and OA has been found to very high. OA is a non-typical inflammatory disease, the most common form of arthritis, effecting elderly people (above 60yrs) and its prevalence increases with age (CDC, 2008b). It involves pain,...
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...active rather than retaining them in the workforce. The toy industry is common for creating gender bias to children at a tender age. For many years, boys have been playing with ‘manly’ toys with dark colors whereas girls play with ‘girly’ toys with bright colors. It is common to find boys playing with toy trucks and police vehicles while girls play... Discussion Questions In the contemporary world, lifestyle changes place a significant influence on life span. The common argument, therefore, is that individuals who remained active lived longer than those who had sedentary lives. However, such research raises concerns about delaying Social Security until the age of seventy to ensure that citizens remain...
Windows Server 2003 one of it's networking services NO ACTIVE DIRECTORY please (please read the description)
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...Active Directory Service, the core service that ties all the other components and services together to form the Windows Server 2003 network, Windows Server 2003 offers DNS, DHCP, SNMP, RRAS, Client Service for NetWare, Gateway Service for NetWare, File and Print Service for Mac, File and Print Service for UNIX, SUS, TELNET, IIS, and FTP. Along with all these there is also the WINS which is by far the most interesting and effective system in my belief. Here, we would discuss the details of the service WINS after which there should not be any skepticism... WINS- one of the Networking Services of Windows Server 2003 Introduction Windows Server 2003 provides several networking services. In addition to the...
How active a role did the laity play in the affairs of the pre-Reformation parish
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...active and communal rather than covert and cerebral, that focused on community... The Role of the Laity in the Pre-Reformation Parish Introduction The separation of the Church of England from Rome in the sixteenth century as been the stuff of novels and Hollywood motion pictures. After all, it was the necessary consequence of the King’s desire to take a new queen despite being already legitimately married to one under religious rites, a topic of exquisite drama and intrigue no matter what the century. However, the matter of churches and religious association at the time was also a matter of foreign policy and the power structure and struggles in the Europe of the Middle Ages. Henry VIII was personally ...
Why is Earth geologically active?
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...active? Mainly, the planet earth is geologically active because it contains internal heat. This heat is a primary factor that causes geological activity for the following reasons ( Earth as a Planet ,1995 ) : 1. The heat is a source of mantle convection that results to a thinner lithosphere thereby causing “active surface geology”; 2. Due to the extreme heat, the core of the earth is in a melted state which creates a magnetic field; The four most commonly known geological processes are “volcanism, tectonics, impact cratering and erosion” ( Earth as a Planet ,1995 ) . Among these processes- plate tectonics is most responsible for shaping this planet. According... to solstation.com ( 1998 )...
Scholarly Paper: Chronic active hepatitis
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...active hepatitis is the most common type of chronic hepatitis. This disease develops over a long time and it might progress to otherforms of hepatitis and liver complications. This paper looks at the causes and symptoms that are commonly associated with this disease. Risk factors have also been covered in depth. Different diagnostic processes as well as treatment options are discussed in the paper. Patient and family education, psychosocial issues as well as implications for public health are some of the important issues that have also been discussed in this paper. The importance of patient and family education is important in ensuring that the patient recovers in a friendly environment... Chronic...
Give an argument for legalizing active euthanasia and an argument against it.
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...active, its essence lies in performing action that leads to either letting one die or to killing a person rather than offering healthcare, providing medical and emotional support, of which patients are in need. (Ebrahimi, 2012) As a result, the sanctity and respect of human life becomes devaluated and human ethics – challenged as far as people no longer question the personal capacity to make decisions concerning patients’ lives. Furthermore, the procedure of euthanasia should be regarded as a violation of duties of medical professionals, who are aimed at saving lives, not depriving of them. According... Arguments Against Euthanasia Euthanasia has been in the center of heated debates for years with...
Research Proposal: " When Students are Physically Active they Perform better in their Academic Classes"
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...activity are not yet known, it may be difficult to clearly discern and definitively predict the role of physical exercises in academic achievement. Moreover, although these twin difficulties of exercise initiation and exercise adherence have been acknowledged by scholars for several decades, little agreement exists about their causes, consequences or solution (Morgan and Dishman, 2001). The main reason for this state of affairs is that historically, research on physical activity has been descriptive in nature rather than theory-driven. As a consequence, it is only recently that formal conceptual models of physical activity have begun to replace intuitive models... School Here Department of Health,...
"Supervision requires the active communication of leadership skills that results in a climate where self-motivation takes place."
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...active communication of leadership skills that results in a climate where self-motivation takes place. It is rather important to encourage self-motivation in a workplace since this is the surest way of ensuring that employees perform their task as recommended... Supervision Affiliation Supervision Supervision requires the active communication of leadership skills that results ina climate where self-motivation takes place. Leaders first need to understand individual and group behavior to enable them choose the right leadership styles (Cassidy & Kreitner, 2010). Understanding behavior requires emotional intelligence that entails social skills, self-management, self-awareness, as well as social awareness....
There are only two ways in which humankind can produce knowledge through passive observation or through active experiment. To what extent do you agree with this statement?
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...active experimentation, the knower actively engages in creation of knowledge. These two methods are most apparent in human sciences and natural sciences, which engage in empirical observation and deductive and inductive reasoning. Areas of knowledge such as ethics and religious studies that rely much on intuition, emotions and faith may not necessarily involve discovery or creation of knowledge; rather, they rely on a priori knowledge. References Lagemaat Richard Van De (2015), Theory of knowledge for the IB diploma, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Stuart, Tony (2000), Regarding the world: a primer for TOK, UK: Sevenoaks School.... Topic: Lecturer: Presentation: “There are only Two...
Computational Biology The Serine Protease Active Site
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...Active Site Biomedical Engineering MSc Dr ID: Introduction: Proteins form the majority of the natural catalysts in most of the biological reactions such as in the digestion process. The structure of the enzymes determines the activity and the specificity of the protein. This field has been widely studied in the form of structure –function assays to elucidate how protein-protein interactions occur. This practical focuses on the structure of key enzymes in the serine proteases family, chymotrypsin and subtilisin. The active site of the two enzymes which determines their peptide specificity will be studied with the help of software... for manipulating the structure of the proteins...
Esse Quam Videri
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...active rather than just wearing trendy T-shirts and signing petitions and seeming to appear aware is that in many case it requires an effort and sacrifice. But what I have learned from refusing to be satisfied with being a poseur instead expending my energies on actual action is that it is you get a sense of well-being and your confidence is increased. Maybe you would rather drive to a club or a store than walk to it or just not go altogether, but when you make that sacrifice and feel that small but important sense of accomplishment it comes... Esse Quam Videri Today it often appears as if everyone seems to be something rather than actually being something. The motto expressed above means"to be rather ...
Are there advantages to treating a patient with a subarachnoid hemorrhage with endovascular coiling rather than neurosurgical clipping?
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...rather then Neurosurgical Clipping? Subarachnoid haemorrhage, or SAH, refers to the medical condition which results from the weakening of cerebral arteries and the formation of abnormal focal pouch like protrusion, which are known as aneurysms, in these arteries which either bleed or are in danger of becoming ruptured. Population based studies have indicated that the incidence of SAH in the United Kingdom is around 10 cases per 100,000 of population on an annual basis. The traditional treatment of SAH used to be neurosurgical clipping which involved surgically opening up the cranium in order to place... Are there Advantages to Treating a Patient with a Subarachnoid Haemorrhage with Endovascular Coiling...
States have used Responsibility to protect as a reason not to act rather than a reason to act. Discuss
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...rather than a reason to act Submission Introduction In International relations, states are drawn in various war fares. An example is the War on Terror initiated by the American Government. It targets members of various terrorists groups among them Al-Qaeda. The American government argues that its pursuit of the members of the terror groups is to protect the American Civilians from terrorism and in so doing; it fulfills its responsibility to protect. On the global stage, there is no international police. Because of this, states use their own troops to carry out the Responsibility to Protect Role1. For example... advantage of security lapse to frustrate the efforts of...
Talking to Your Sexually Active/Non-Sexually Active Child about Sex
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...Active/Non-Sexually Active Child about Sex 2 Abstract This paper addresses an important sociological issue: talking about sex. It is not unusual that some parents often shy away from discussing sex with their children. And this has often created a serious social problem since it will be difficult to identify which child is sexually active or not. In this research, some 18-year old adults are interviewed about whether it is proper for parents to discuss or ask any questions about sex from their teenage children. Four men and four women were chosen... Talking to Your Sexually...
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