“OFF”. This mode allows you to stop all outputs including all automatic functions such as a filter cycle, heating re- quests and smart winter mode purging for 30 minutes to perform quick spa maintenance. When the “STANDBY MODE” is activated, the display will toggle between the “OFF” message, the water temperature and the time. Press the “JET 1” key twice or the “JET 2” key once to restart the system before the expiration of the 30 minute delay.. The spa light will flash a few seconds before the end of the 30 minutes to warn you the system is about to resume its normal operation and the display will then show “ON” for 3 seconds.
The Report section at bottom of the page displays the various reports generated in the Report column of the table. The total events and top events of each report are listed in the Total Events and Top Events columns. There are delete icon links against each report to delete the report. The Report section header contains Edit Report List link to edit list of reports for the application. A report can be removed or added to the list from the link menu option.
Finally, we have seen a growing trend of governments passing “consumer protection” legislation that could impact our flexibility in marketing our services or requiring longer-term contractual commitments from consumers. In 2012, such legislation impacting primarily our wireless line of business was introduced in Manitoba. While we have adapted our plans accordingly, this legislation can always be amended to further limit our flexibility. On June 3, 2013, the CRTC issued a national wireless code of conduct that applied to all wireless service providers as of December 2, 2013. The code generally complements and aligns with Manitoba provincial legislation, under which MTS already operated. MTS was supportive of the national code but joined with some other wireless service providers in appealing, to the Federal Court of Appeal, aspects of the code that would retrospectively amend wireless contracts that are already in place. A decision on this appeal is expected sometime during 2015. MTS has taken all the steps necessary to implement all material aspects of the new Wireless Code within the prescribed time frame. In the fall of 2013, the Government of Manitoba initiated a consultation process on expanding the current wireless service consumer protection legislation to other distance communication services, such as TV, Internet and alarm services. Bill 62, which amends
(1) ECCNs 0A983, 5A001.f.1, 5A980, 5D001 (for 5A001.f.1, or for 5E001.a (for 5A001.f.1 or for 5D001.a (for 5A001.f.1))), 5D980, 5E001.a (for 5A001.f.1, or for 5D001.a (for 5A001.f.1)) and 5E980. A license is required for all destinations for items controlled under these entries. For items controlled by 0A983, 5E001.a (for 5A001.f.1, or for 5D001.a (for 5A001.f.1)) and 5E980, no license exceptions apply. For items controlled by 5A001.f.1, 5A980, 5D001 (for 5A001.f.1 or for 5E001.a (for 5A001.f.1, or for 5D001.a (for 5A001.f.1))) and 5D980, License Exception GOV may apply if your item is consigned to and for the official use of an agency of the U.S. Government (see § 740.2(a)(3)). If your item is controlled by 0A983, 5A001.f.1, 5A980, 5D001 (for 5A001.f.1 or for 5E001.a (for 5A001.f.1, or for 5D001.a (for 5A001.f.1))), 5D980, 5E001.a (for 5A001.f.1, or for 5D001.a (for 5A001.f.1)) or 5E980 you should proceed directly to Part 748 of the EAR for license application instructions and §§ 742.11 or 742.13 of the EAR for information on the licensing policy relevant to these types of applications.
5. Correct Answer: A The most logical order of the passages is 4, 3, 2, 1. It is not logical to begin the passages with paragraphs 2 or 3, as indicated in Responses B and C, because they appear to complete information that has been presented earlier and, therefore, depend on information in the other two paragraphs in order to be understood. This also eliminates Response D. This leaves Response A, which begins with paragraph 4. The paragraphs presented in this order form a well-organized, coherent passage.
The management of each organization participating in a project involving data collection activities should establish that organization's operational and QA policies. This information should be documented in the QAPjP. The management should ensure that (1) the appropriate methodologies are followed as documented in the QAPjPs; (2) personnel clearly understand their duties and responsibilities; (3) each staff member has access to appropriate project documents; (4) any deviations from the QAPjP are communicated to the project management and documented; and (5) communication occurs between the field, laboratory, and project management, as specified in the QAPjP. In addition, each organization should ensure that their activities do not increase the risk to humans or the environment at or about the project location. Certain projects may require specific policies or a Health and Safety Plan to provide this assurance. The management of the participating field or laboratory organization should establish personnel qualifications and training requirements for the project. Each person participating in the project should have the education, training, technical knowledge, and experience, or a combination thereof, to enable that individual to perform assigned functions. Training should be provided for each staff member as necessary to perform their functions properly. Personnel qualifications should be documented in terms of education, experience, and training, and periodically reviewed to ensure adequacy to current responsibilities.
equivalent) if he or she accepts work for pay in a non-University-supported job. Approval of this option requires that: (a) the student declares in writing that he or she wishes to follow this option; (b) the letter provides a clear and precise description of the job to be held during the period of residency; (c) the employer certifies in writing to the Graduate School that the student’s full commitment to the job will not exceed 20 hours of work per week during the residency period; (d) the job itself is closely related to the student’s doctoral studies; and (e) the plan is approved by the student’s Dissertation Director, Department Chairperson and College of Engineering Dean. Requests to exercise this option and any documents in support of the request should be submitted to the Graduate School.
This course will be delivered through a Blended Learning format. Learners will meet in class face to face with the course teacher 3 days a week and the other 2 days will be completed virtually in the CHS Virtual Learning Lab. This course meets the World Geography requirement. Curriculum taught at the college level and based on combination of College Board and state geography standards. Learners will engage in the "systematic study of patterns and processes that have shaped human understanding, use and alteration of Earth's surface." Learners will split time between the traditional classroom setting and an integrated lab to encourage learner-centered instruction through the Blended Learning model.
(3) Syria. Pursuant to Sections 5(a)(1) and 5(a)(2)(A) of the Syria Accountability and Lebanese Sovereignty Restoration Act of 2003 (Public Law 108-175, codified as a note to 22 USC 2151) (the SAA), since May 14, 2004 BIS has maintained a prohibition on the export to Syria of all items on the Commerce Control List (in 15 CFR Part 774) (CCL) and a prohibition on the export to Syria of products of the United States, other than food and medicine. The President also exercised national security waiver authority pursuant to Section 5(b) of the SAA for certain transactions. Section 746.9 of this part sets forth the specific license requirements, licensing policy and license exceptions applicable to Syria as a sanctioned country under the EAR. These provisions were issued consistent with Executive Order 13338 of May 11, 2004 which implemented the SAA.
Handbook, 2008-2009. Durham: University of New Hampshire, 2008. Print. “Students should discuss their concerns directly with the faculty member and seek a resolution. However, if the student feels that direct discussion would be counterproductive or if, after consulting with the faculty member, a student still has a complaint, she or he should talk with the chairperson of the faculty member’s department. If no satisfactory resolution results, the student may talk with the dean of the college or school. If the matter is not resolved by the dean, final appeal may be made to the Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs.” 3
Let's say you want to search for "grey," but also want to find it if it were spelled "gray". The [ … ] construct, usually called a character class, lets you list the characters you want to allow at that point: gr[ea]y . This means to find "g, followed by r, followed by an e or an a, all followed by y." I am a really poor speller, so I'm always using regular expressions like this to check a word list for proper spellings. One I use often is sep[ea]r[ea]te , because I can never remember whether the word is spelled "seperate," "separate," "separete,' or what. As another example, maybe you want to allow capitalization of a word's first letter: [Ss]mith . Remember that this still matches lines that contain smith (or Smith) embedded within another word, such as with blacksmith. I don't want to harp on this throughout the overview, but this issue does seem to be the source of problems among some new users. I'll touch on some ways to handle this embedded-word problem after we examine a few more metacharacters.