Traditional interpretations of James Joyce's Dubliners have often focused on the pervasive "paralysis" of the city, covered in the stories' range of "childhood, adolescence, maturity, and public life." However, these approaches have limited their focus on the women in the stories, often spotlighting the male characters--and the author--through a Freudian...
Moral reasoning ability is a measure of the stage of development of an individual along a theoretical scale through which one moves over the course of their lifetime, developed by Lawrence Kohlberg and further modified by James Rest, who’s revised Defining Issues Test (DIT-2) will be used for our study....
Thirty-six gilts were used in an experiment of 2³ factorial
design. The experiment consisted of two breeds (Yorkshire-
Berkshire and Yorkshire), two feeding regimens (pre-breeding and
post-breeding) and two levels of dichlorvos (2, 2-dichlorovinyl
dimethyl phosphate, 0 and 800 mg. per gilt per day). Pre-breeding
treatment consisted of feeding dichlorvos...
This study examined the relationship of interfacial shear strength (IFSS) and
bending strength (MOR) of several different wood-plastic composites (WPC's).
Plastics utilized were high-density polyethylene (HDPE) and polypropylene (PP).
Pine and oak were used as the wood species. Compatibilizers used included maleicanhydride
polyethylene (MAPE), polymeric methylene diphenyl diisocyanate (PMDI),
Fishery researchers have attempted to preserve viable fish sperm for extended periods of time. Only limited success has been achieved with storage of spermatozoa from salmonids. The principal accomplishments of this investigation during the fiscal year 1966-1967 were the development of standard methods for the collection
and evaluation of fish...
Three special cases of the resection problem of surveying
are examined and solved. The coordinates of unknown points are
found with respect to given points in a rectangular coordinate system.
This is accomplished in the case of (a) one unknown point and three
given points (Snell's problem), (b) two unknown...