Alginate Dressings: Frequently Asked Questions
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Slightly Damned the Webcomic - Frequently Asked Questions
I used my imagination. I was forced to create some of these characters for an animation project during my junior year of high school, so I guess that's what jumpstarted it. I loved my animation class. Drugs have nothing to do with it.
This interactive web site has be
Because it published the article we wished to refer to. Here, we would agree with Autism Street and others who say that the peer review process is valuable and that many non-peer reviewed journals are not reputable. We also think this standard applies to blogsites. Being peer-reviewed gives some assurance of the quality of the information. Sometimes poor "researchers" repeatedly publish their "science" in non-peer reviewed journal outlets. When this happens, it is a red-flag.
LS 450/650 - Spring 1997
This Web page contains the handouts that I provide the class with from time to time. Often, you will have to do a short paper on them, so keep a check on the site. I am putting these handouts here rather than giving them to you in class for convenience, to promote use of the Web, save trees, etc. Please do not use the handouts for any purpose other than class, as it may violate copyright laws which permit us to use such things for educational purposes.
So far as the form of the paper is concerned, this is much more suitable, and I shall put it through the normal review process. As for content, we shall have to see what the referees have to say! I will convert the email version into a properly word-processed document before sending it out. I sent your paper out to a reviewer I had reason to believe would be "friendly".
Music Animation Machine: FAQ
I first wrote Tapper because I wanted to use it; I modified it to make it easier for my friends to use (especially Christopher Strangio and the Dalbys), and I rewrote it for Windows so that it could run on a more modern machine (so that my friend Mervin Lane could use it). At that point, since I'd done most of the work necessary for it to run on MacOSX, I wrote a version for that, too, with the idea of making both versions available as freeware.
SFX @ UCT
There is no full-text version available (either for that journal or for specific [usually older] volumes of it). UCT Libraries does not own a subscription to that journal in an online format. Check UCT Library Catalog to see if we own the journal in a different format. The SFX server is not aware that the article is available in full-text. Not all our full-text databases are SFX enabled. Try searching via the UCT Libraries home page in the A to Z databases or electronic journals lists.
Nigritude Ultramarine FAQ
Yes, eBay seller samfad from the United Kingdom auctioned his search engine optimization services and links from his websites. He further promised that "the winner of this auction will have my SEO sword at their side. I shall fight for your honor!". The final price for his auction was $8.00. Another eBay seller offered nigritude ultramarine itself, though for "confidential reasons" the auction showed a photo of a cute Hooter's girl rather than nigritude ultramarine.
You have to realize the time period in which Titanic was built. The gilded age was an era when new and wondrous things were happening every day. The Titanic's shear size gave an impression of invulnerability. Most people don't realize it, but the White Star line never actually claimed Titanic was unsinkable. This line was made popular by the press of the time, and maybe a few over-zealous shipyard workmen.