Texas Civil Procedure SMU Law Review Volume 49 Issue 4 Annual Survey of Texas Law Article 25 1996 Texas Civil Procedure A Erin Dwyer Donald Colleluori Thomas A Graves Follow this and additional works[.]
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The prevalence of Graves’ hyperthyroidism, from inci- dence data, was estimated using established methodolo- gies for calculating global burden of disease [21–23] and the software DisMod II . This is based on a simple model that formalises the relation between incidence (age and sex adjusted), general mortality, case-fatality and prevalence. We assumed that the duration of GO is life- long (though some cases of GO are transient, but difficult to quantify) and that the relative risk of dying due to Graves’ hyperthyroidism is 1.28 (95% CI 1.21-1.36), based on data from Brandt et al. . It was further assumed that within the general population an individual will either acquire GO, or die from a GO-unrelated cause; that pa- tients with GO will either die from a GO-related, or from a GO-unrelated cause; and that the influence of the inci- dence of a rare disease on the general population is negli- gible. It follows that the number of subjects within a stable general population at any given moment will depend on the mortality rate and GO incidence, while the number of GO patients will depend on GO incidence, case fatality and general mortality rate. If GO incidence, case fatality
Thomas (2018a, 2018b) I reported on an investigation of the affordances present in primary- level classrooms and compared them with various tertiary-level settings. This line of work began in Osment and Thomas (2017), where my colleague and I designed a basic rubric for assessing classroom affordances. The Classroom Affordance Assessment Rubric (CAAR) is little more than a crude tool for teachers and students to assess the affordances of their classrooms and is not recommended for serious researchers. However, its aims are still relevant in that it helps to stimulate discussion regarding classroom affordances by assessing the four aspects of Affordance Noticeability, Affordance Accessibility, Affordance
Thyroid tissue obtained from 12 patients with Graves' disease and treated with thionamide drugs for 3-7 mo before subtotal thyroidectomy, from 12 patients with Graves' disease, similarly treated, and given 50 mug of triiodothyronine (T3) for 10 days before surgery, and from 12 euthyroid patients with solitary cold nodules was investigated to compare in vitro iodination of thyroglobulin in toxic diffuse goiter and in normal thyroid tissue. The
of two sentences. Different with modelling two sen- tences with separated LSTMs, we utilize two inter- dependent LSTMs, called coupled-LSTMs, to fully affect each other at different time steps. The out- put of coupled-LSTMs at each step depends on both sentences. Specifically, we propose two interdepen- dent ways for the coupled-LSTMs: loosely coupled model (LC-LSTMs) and tightly coupled model (TC- LSTMs). Similar to bidirectional LSTM for single sentence (Schuster and Paliwal, 1997; Graves and Schmidhuber, 2005), there are four directions can be used in coupled-LSTMs. To utilize all the informa- tion of four directions of coupled-LSTMs, we aggre- gate them and adopt a dynamic pooling strategy to automatically select the most informative interaction signals. Finally, we feed them into a fully connected layer, followed by an output layer to compute the matching score.
Thomas Paine “Common Sense” & American Crisis - 40 - Compiled By: John Paul Tabakian so; and as I mean not to conceal the name of any true friend when there shall be occasion to mention him, neither will I that of an enemy, who ought to be known, let his rank, station or religion be what it may. Much pains have been taken by some to set your lordship's private character in an amiable light, but as it has chiefly been done by men who know nothing about you, and who are no ways remarkable for their attachment to us, we have no just authority for believing it. George the Third has imposed upon us by the same arts, but time, at length, has done him justice, and the same fate may probably attend your lordship. You avowed purpose here is to kill, conquer, plunder, pardon, and enslave: and the ravages of your army through the Jerseys have been marked with as much barbarism as if you had openly professed yourself the prince of ruffians; not even the appearance of humanity has been preserved either on the march or the retreat of your troops; no general order that I could ever learn, has ever been issued to prevent or even forbid your troops from robbery, wherever they came, and the only instance of justice, if it can be called such, which has distinguished you for impartiality, is, that you treated and plundered all alike; what could not be carried away has been destroyed, and mahogany furniture has been deliberately laid on fire for fuel, rather than the men should be fatigued with cutting wood. There was a time when the Whigs confided much in your supposed candor, and the Tories rested themselves in your favor; the experiments have now been made, and failed; in every town, nay, every cottage, in the Jerseys, where your arms have been, is a testimony against you. How you may rest under this sacrifice of character I know not; but this I know, that you sleep and rise with the daily curses of thousands upon you; perhaps the misery which the Tories have suffered by your proffered mercy may give them some claim to their country's pity, and be in the end the best favor you could show them.