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Who Was Steve Jobs
Jobs strongly believed that product design would help convince people of the convenience of computers as a home appliance. In the 1980s, Apple launched its first Mac under Jobs's leadership, whichExpand
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Approaches to the risk assessment of genotoxic carcinogens in food: a critical appraisal.
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The present paper examines the particular difficulties presented by low levels of food-borne DNA-reactive genotoxic carcinogens, some of which may be difficult to eliminate completely from the diet, and proposes a structured approach for the evaluation of such compounds. Expand
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Tidal jets, nutrient upwelling and their influence on the productivity of the alga Halimeda in the Ribbon Reefs, Great Barrier Reef
Abstract A field experiment was carried out to study water circulation and benthic biological productivity near a passage through the Ribbon Reefs in the northern Great Barrier Reef of Australia. TheExpand
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Hexachlorophene encephalopathy
SummaryHexachlorophene intoxication produced cerebral edema in rats and mice characterized by the accumulation of fluid within myelin sheaths. Vessels remained impermeable to Trypan Blue. The amountExpand
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Controlling Preferences for Lotteries on Units of Experimental Exchange
In an experimental setting when outcomes are stochastically related to actions, predictions of equilibrium behavior depend not only on the participants' preference orderings of outcomes, but also onExpand
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The Maillard reaction in foods and medicine
Reaction mechanisms food technology kinetics and analytical aspects flavour chemistry toxicology and antioxidants health and disease.
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Morphine-withdrawal aggression: Sensitization by amphetamines
Aggressive behaviors during the withdrawal from morphine sulfate (400 mg/kg/day), were potentiated by methylphenidate or d and l isomers of amphetamine. d-Amphetamine was most active, whileExpand
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Analysts' Interim Earnings Forecasts: Evidence on the Forecasting Process
Existing empirical evidence indicates that analyst forecasts of corporate earnings do not meet the strict rationality standards prescribed by econometric tests of the rational expectationsExpand
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What's Worth Asking For? Leadership for Better Quality Human Services.
AUTHOR O'Brien, John TITLE What's Worth Asking For? Leadership for Better Quality Human Services. INSTITUTION Responsive Systems Associates, Lithonia, Gh. SPONS AGENCY Mlnnesota Univ., Minneapolis.Expand
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