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Islamic Codicology [article]

François Déroche
2006 Zenodo  
The second group includes four Qur'ans or Qur'anic fragments. Three were copied beyond the bounds of the Maghrib and date from before the time in which the first group of manuscripts was completed.  ...  It must therefore be said that the complete codicological description of a manuscript needs to be based on an examination of the original.  ...  Deroche, except for ill. 1, 2, and 4, which are reprinted from the catalogue L'Aventure des ecritures. La page (BNF, Paris, 1999) .  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5750719 fatcat:xuaj6yeyqzf2hbzl5pvkatanxa

Routes of technological exploitation of agricultural waste for power generation

Renato Rocha Batista, Marcelo S Bacelos, Gisele De Lorena Diniz Chaves, Taisa S Lira, Leonardo Arrieche
2015 Latin American Journal of Energy Research  
The systematic representation of the problem using the process engineering approach was a promising method for evaluating the process of obtaining energy from fruit wastes.  ...  The structural synthesis method that was used to obtain electricity was performed using a State Tree. Structural elements were combined to form branches for each chemical route.  ...  As discussed, the methodology is directed to obtain the following results for each evaluated residue: • Promising chemical technology as residue characteristic under study; • Proposition of the state trees  ... 
doi:10.21712/lajer.2015.v2.n1.p15-27 fatcat:pyz4ebfqgjfrfn3yugey2qqlwq

Foreign Opinions of the Nature of Syphilis

1862 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
There is no difference in the details between the operations for internal and for external squint, beyond that, the attachment of the external rectus muscle being a little more posterior than the internal  ...  yet placed it beyond doubt.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.2.101.581 fatcat:l6lth3ojoveqhmbf4jsyawviei

On the Arrangement of the Muscular Fibres in the Ventricles of the Vertebrate Heart, with Physiological Remarks

J. B. Pettigrew
1864 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London  
track for the anterior coronary artery, the fibres of both ventricles being for the most part continuous likewise at the base *.  ...  results; for as layers or strata of fibres unquestionably exist, and these intersect each other at various angles, and are found at different depths from the surface, it follows that all attempts to display  ...  These lines are continuous at the base and the apex with the lines forming the seventh or corre sponding internal layer E E' (Plate X II. fig. 8 , compare with the fibres marked o and n).  ... 
doi:10.1098/rstl.1864.0014 fatcat:b6gxbx7kzvbrpcbw5keisgvk6q

FCJ-220 Imperial Infrastructures and Asia beyond Asia: Data Centres, State Formation and the Territoriality of Logistical Media

Ned Rossiter
2017 Fibreculture Journal  
I consider the implications for conceiving 2  ...  as spatial arrangements and temporal dynamics that may contest or conflict with state-based claims to control over the bounded space of the nation and its sovereign extensions.  ...  Thanks also to the issue editors, Armin Beverungen and Florian Sprenger, for their suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.15307/fcj.29.220.2017 fatcat:iwdqrnddubdp7bdvwnrqpamqrq

THE YORKSHIRE SECTION. UTILISATION OF WASTE PRODUCTS

C. W. Leather
1917 Textile Institute Journal Proceedings and Abstracts  
The manufacture of cotton-seed oil and all of its resultant by-products furnishes one of the best examples of the developments of a business based upon the utilisation of a waste product.  ...  for wool and other animal fibres.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00405001708630754 fatcat:xseqse5llvfohkm4yzjgkafbwm

The Information-Forcing Dilemma in Damages Law

Tun-Jen Chiang
2016 Social Science Research Network  
But a court that avoids this result by instead awarding its best guess at the correct amount-effectively forgiving the inadequacy of plaintiff's proof-then undermines future incentives for plaintiffs to  ...  The messy legal standards for calculating damages in various  ...  See Apple, 757 F.3d at 1327-28 (allowing a zero royalty award only when the evidence in the record supports a zero royalty; however, a complete lack of evidence does not require this result).  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2829179 fatcat:jqwi66z5trb7lpakfjrcxdcxci

Journal of the Society for Arts, Vol. 12, no. 609

F. Crace Calvert, W. Symons
1864 The Journal of the Society of Arts  
How must this proposition be modified if the perpendiculars fall, not upon the base, but upon the base produced ? , 6. The end of , a rectangular beam is 1 ft, 2 in. by 1 ft.  ...  result.  ... 
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Reports of Societies

1887 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
I think, therefore, that this use of the bile salts deserves more than a mere trial, and the avoidance of the odor and the hand-rubbing is certainly a strong point in its favor, aside from the increased  ...  this firm. , in the chair.  ...  A faucet was left on the same line of pipe beyond the filters for drawing the water for the unfiltered analysis, and a faucet beyond that to draw off any sediment which might accumulate, as is usually  ... 
doi:10.1056/nejm188703241161206 fatcat:ahpcxvsu6vdqzeeftzdhxzhsya

ABSTRACTS (LITERATURE & PATENTS)

1920 Textile Institute Journal Proceedings and Abstracts  
Tho plant fibre is treated with lye, then freed from thia aa completely as possible and dried under reduced pressure.  ...  The libre is mounted on a parchment paper frame, which is cut away whon the fibre is placed in position. -J. C. W. Pcrhydrol ; Actio7i of OH CLIIUIOSE. K. HALLKB. Chem.  ...  The home consumption of woollen goods in Italy is now for tlie most part provided for by the home production.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00405002008630982 fatcat:dwj6443vdfh77dt2zuiojqiduy

CHICAGO GYNÆCOLOGICAL SOCIETY

1887 Journal of the American Medical Association  
A year after that, she was taken with hasmorrhage and had quite a severe bleeding, every month or second month, for two years. .Some time after her pregnancy she was operated upon for laceration of the  ...  reported a case of interstitial pregnancy, with removal of the product of conception through the uterine cavity, with the exhibition of the specimen.  ...  They should not be based, for instance, upon the knowledge that the cord was of very unusual length.  ... 
doi:10.1001/jama.1887.02391390017007 fatcat:bcac2fvzyjej5kv7qrptl3rsmq

Paper-based microfluidic point-of-care diagnostic devices

Ali Kemal Yetisen, Muhammad Safwan Akram, Christopher R. Lowe
2013 Lab on a Chip  
However, paper-based microfluidics can enable fluid handling and quantitative analysis for potential applications in healthcare, veterinary medicine, environmental monitoring and food safety.  ...  The aim of this review is to discuss: (1) fabrication of paper-based microfluidic devices, (2) functionalisation of microfluidic components to increase the capabilities and the performance, (3) introduction  ...  Acknowledgements The authors thank Paul Yager, Scott T. Phillips  ... 
doi:10.1039/c3lc50169h pmid:23652632 fatcat:low3pziturfzjousreehdirxjm

Journal of the Society for Arts, Vol. 7, no. 321

P. LE NEVE FOSTER, W. Bridges Adams, M. C. Cooke, E. J. REED, J. MACGREGOR, CHAS. ATHERTON, ALEXANDER TOLHAUSEN
1859 The Journal of the Society of Arts  
The rail Mr. Halkett has chosena light angle-iron, is the worst form for strength that can be contrived, unless we suppose it to be firmly fastened down to a solid base.  ...  Reed does not so compare them, for he allows the rules are defective. He agrees, then, in my proposition, and I fully agree with his reasons for ojnittingto discuss the said rules in his paper.  ...  , a new light might be thrown by a careful perusal of such publications as the above, and progress insured by taking advantage of the very negative results of former attempts in the same line.  ... 
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Proceedings

Charles S. Myers, W. Watson
1922 Textile Institute Journal Proceedings and Abstracts  
preceded by weaves based upon sateens.  ...  Here was a wonderful field for development 'l'hich they would be well advised to foster-the production of fabrics which were beyond their lower skilled competitors who were attempting to capture foreign  ... 
doi:10.1080/03684504.1922.11673710 fatcat:dvdd7me5orfcrbm42m4n5l2q4a

Reports of Societies

1888 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
of three cancers of the breast within two years and a half, accompanied, at last, with rodent ulcers in two other regions ; fourth, the fact that the mind was the least affected at the time when the erysipelas  ...  The remarkable features of the case were these : The rapid development in such quick succession of, first, insanity ; second, severe attack of erysipelas, involving all the cuticle ; third, the appearance  ...  to the propositions involved, within the limited time of this session.  ... 
doi:10.1056/nejm188803011180906 fatcat:vetvjnedengcpowa7b66wlwvhy
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