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Page 24080 of The Federal Register / FIND Vol. 54, Issue 106 [page]

1989 The Federal Register / FIND  
This ANPR sought comments on 14 issues, including problems with existing regulations, confined space injuries or deaths, and control of hazards.  ...  DATES: Written comments, objections and requests for a hearing on the proposal must be postmarked by August 4, 1989.  ... 

Comment on "A simple explanation of the nonappearance of physical gluons and quarks"

Andreas Aste
2003 Canadian journal of physics (Print)  
In a recent paper by Johan Hansson [hep-ph/0208137] it is claimed that the non-appearance of quarks and gluons as physical particles is an automatic result of the nonabelian nature of the color interaction  ...  It is shown that the arguments given by Hansson are insufficient to support his claim by giving simple counter arguments.  ...  The confinement problem, which is still one of the most fundamental problems in theoretical physics, must be tackled by nonperturbative methods.  ... 
doi:10.1139/p03-056 fatcat:7da3b4btn5bejaunbx5wsijcbu

Page 24858 of The Federal Register / FIND Vol. 65, Issue 83 [page]

2000 The Federal Register / FIND  
Comment B-11 : One commenter had a number of concerns related to the neutron source and neutron shielding.  ...  Comment B-9: One commenter questioned a CoC statement that flaws in the gamma shield are not examined no matter what is typically observed in the material.  ... 

Page 155 of The Federal Register / FIND Vol. 53, Issue 143 [page]

1988 The Federal Register / FIND  
Confining Zone Penetrations One commenter requested that the added second confining stratum provided by § 146.62(d)(1) be deleted, stating that "it will create far more problems than it is intended to  ...  The requirement for information in § 146.70 on wells which penetrate the confining or injection zone was duplicative, according to one commenter.  ... 

Page 71403 of The Federal Register / FIND Vol. 71, Issue 236 [page]

2006 The Federal Register / FIND  
Several commenters pointed out that the definition that appeared in the interim final rule with comment period would define a patient confined involuntarily on a locked unit as being secluded.  ...  Seclusion does not include confinement on a locked unit, ward, or other area where the patient is with others.  ... 

Page 4463 of The Federal Register / FIND Vol. 58, Issue 9 [page]

1993 The Federal Register / FIND  
This ANPR sou^t comments on 14 issues, including problems with existing regulations, factms involved in confined spece injuries and deaths, and die steps necessary for the control of hazards in confined  ...  NK3^ focused on problems emjrioyers have in diree srees; (1) recognizing confined spaces; (2) testing, evaluating, and monitoring confined space atmosplreres; and (3) developing and impl^entiBg rescue  ... 

Page 5958 of The Federal Register / FIND Vol. 42, Issue 20 [page]

1977 The Federal Register / FIND  
One commenter stated that veer¬ ing chain or dropping a second anchor may solve the problem and that if re¬ pairs are being made to the vessel at anchor, it may not be able to get under¬ way.  ...  One commenter stated that component failure in an auto pilot often causes a sudden sheer and that in confined or coneested waters, there may be no time to shift.  ... 

Reply to M.L. Smatov's Comment on the Paper by S.Yu. Gus'kov "Fast Ignition of Inertial Confinement Fusion Targets" [Plasma Phys. Rep. 39, 1 (2013)]

S. Yu. Gus'kov
2013 Plasma physics reports (Print)  
More over, in review [1] , the problem of priority in the appli cation of a conical target microexplosion to the igni tion of thermonuclear fuel was not discussed at all, because the problem of the actual  ...  Apparently, this subject of the com ment, based on the certainly incorrect statement, was required for Shmatov to raise the question on his own priority in the field of ignition of a precompressed ICF  ... 
doi:10.1134/s1063780x1310005x fatcat:aoqczmyxbjbzzjxnemsjwoskhq

Comment on "On infinite walls in deformation quantization"

Nuno Costa Dias, João Nuno Prata
2006 Annals of Physics  
We discuss a recent method proposed by Kryukov and Walton to address boundary-value problems in the context of deformation quantization.  ...  We compare their method with our own approach and establish a connection between the two formalisms.  ...  Acknowledgments This work was partially supported by the grant POCTI/MAT/45306/2002.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.aop.2005.10.003 fatcat:cb7g5llbojdzfcm2jdectuslvi

Page 26 of The Federal Register / FIND Vol. 52, Issue 71 [page]

1987 The Federal Register / FIND  
The final general permit is published below. The permit will become effective on May 14, 1987, and will have a term of five years. Response to Comments 1.  ...  As a result of these comments, EPA has changed the applicability section of the permit to exclude these smaller operations. EPA  ... 

Response to "Comment on 'Static correlations functions and domain walls in glass-forming liquids: The case of a sandwich geometry"' [J. Chem. Phys. 144, 227101 (2016)]

Giacomo Gradenigo, Roberto Trozzo, Andrea Cavagna, Tomas S. Grigera
2016 Journal of Chemical Physics  
information on the mechanisms leading to glassy behavior in supercooled liquids.  ...  The point-to-set correlation function has proved to be a very valuable tool to probe structural correlations in disordered systems, but more than that, its detailed behavior has been used to try to draw  ...  The problem is that the expression Eq. (1) of Ref. 1 for the correlation h dis (x, y), where h dis (x, y) is the linear superposition of the influence of the two boundaries, is based on the assumption  ... 
doi:10.1063/1.4953615 pmid:27306024 fatcat:5lon4c4oera3po5izipjlcdura

Impact of Confinement in Patients under Long-Term Noninvasive Ventilation during the First Wave of the SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic: A Remarkable Resilience

Chloé Cantero, Patrick Pasquina, Melissa Dominicé Dao, Christine Cedraschi, Dan Adler, Jérôme Plojoux, Jean-Paul Janssens
2021 Respiration  
These measures may have had a negative impact on perceived quality of care and symptoms in patients with chronic disorders.  ...  <b><i>Conclusions:</i></b> Patients under LTHNIV for CRF showed a remarkable resilience during the SARS-CoV-2 confinement period.  ...  Chloé Cantero and Jean-Paul Janssens wrote the first draft of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1159/000516327 pmid:34130277 fatcat:ayicu3c3nngnveist4giasmksu

Comment on "Confinement of Slave Particles in U(1) Gauge Theories of Strongly Interacting Electrons"

Ikuo Ichinose, Tetsuo Matsui
2001 Physical Review Letters  
We comment on the discrepancy between the results in two papers.  ...  In a recent Letter, Nayak argued that slave partices are always confined in gauge theories of strongly-correlated electron systems like the t-J model.  ...  We comment on the discrepancy between the results in Refs.1,2.  ... 
doi:10.1103/physrevlett.86.942 pmid:11177979 fatcat:ujpvyxplx5hrpedhnmpgvgnjsm

Page 51764 of The Federal Register / FIND Vol. 58, Issue 191 [page]

1993 The Federal Register / FIND  
However, although comments do not directly deal with the TN-24 cask, commenters will find a summary of relevant information on many of these broad issues in the response to comments presented in response  ...  In addition to or in lieu of comments on the TN-24 cask, many commenters discussed topics that were not the subject of this rulemaking and thus were not specifically addressed by the NRC as a part of this  ... 

Page 62594 of The Federal Register / FIND Vol. 65, Issue 203 [page]

2000 The Federal Register / FIND  
Comment 1-9: One commenter stated that the off-normal and accident conditions always assume a cask is fabricated correctly, and asked what problems could occur if there were fabrication problems.  ...  The commenter said that the casks will be on the pads forever and the issuance of a CoC should not be rushed.  ... 
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