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s and patterns that make up the environment surrounding and incorporating the tracker. The practice of tracking may focus on, but is not limited to, the patterns and systems of the local an 0imal life and ecology. Trackers must v0 be able to recognize and follow animals th rough their tracks, signs, and trails, ali 4v0 so known as spoor. Spoor may i 0nclude tracks, scat, feathers, kills, scratchi c4v0 ing posts, trails, drag marks, sounds, scents, marking posts, the behav ior of other animals, habitat cues, and any other c 0lues about thi c4v0 e identity and whereabouts of The skilled tracker is able to disi c4v0 cern these clues, recreate what transpired on the landscape, and make predictions about the quarry. The tracker may attempt to predict the current location o wledge based on direct obsei 8c4v0 rvations of animals, trackers gain i 8c4v0 a detailed understanding of animal behavior through the interpretation of tracks and signs. In this way much information can be obta ined that v0 would otherwise remain unknown, especially on the behavior of rare or nocturnal animals Tracks and signs offer informati 4v0 on on undisturbed, natural behavior, whili c4v0 e direct observations of ten influence the animal by the mere presence of the observer. Tracking is therefore a non-invasiv e method of information gathering, in which potential stress caused to animals c v0 an be minimized. Some of the most important applicatii 8c4v0 ons of tracking are ini 8c4v0 hunting and trapping, as well as contro lling poaching, ecotourism, environmental education, police investii 4v0 gation, search and rescue, and The modern science of animal tracking is widely practiced in the fields of wildlife biology, zool ogy, mammalogy, conservation, ani c4v0 d wildlife management. Tracking enables the detection of rare, en dangered, and elusive species. The science of tracking is utilize mind will be prejudiced to see what they want to see, and in order to avoid making such errors they must be careful not to reach decisions too s 0oon. Decisions madi 4v0 e at a glance can often be erroneous, so when en v0 counterini c4v0 g new signs, trackers take their time to study signs in d v0 etail. While preconceived images may help in recognizing signs, the tracker must, however, avoid the preconditioned tendency to look for one set of things in the environment to the exclusion of all others. Trackers will always try to identify the trail positiveli c4v0 y by some disting 0uishing mark or manneri sm in order not to lose it in any similar spoor. They will look for such features in the footprint s as well 0 as for an individuai 4v0 l manner of walking. Often hoofs of antelope are broken or have chipp ed edges, or when the i 8c4v0 animal is walking it may leave a characteristic scuffmark. Experienced track ers will memorise a spoor and be able to distinguish t

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P is used to produce electricity (sometimes called solar thermoelectricity, usually generated through steam). C oncentrated-solar technology systems use mirrors or lenses with tracking systems to focus a large area of sunl ight onto a small area. Te qwf nhe concentrated light is then u wfsed as heat or as a heat source for a conventional pow er plant (solar thermoelectricity). The solar concentrators used in CSP systems can often also be used to prov ide industrial process heating or cooling, such as in solar air-conditioning. Concentrating technologie fs exist in five common forms, namely parabolic trough, enclosed trough, dish Stirlings , concentrating linear Fresnel reflector, and solar power towA xqwf nlthough simple, these solar concentrators are quite far from the theoretical maximum cone wfs centratioexample, the parabe fs olic-trough concentratio n gives about 1/3 of the theoret xqwf nical maximum for the design acceptance angle, that is, for th wfe same overall t olerances for the system. Approaching the theoretical maximum may be achieved by using more elaborate concentra tors based on nonimaging optics Different types of concentrators produce different pe xqwf nak temperatures and correspondingly varying thermodynamic e fficiencies, due to differe qwf nces in the way that they track the sun and focus lighe qwf nt. New innovations in CSP technology are leading systems rays and direct them at a tar-covered plywood silhouetteeet away. The ship caught fire after a few minutes; however, historians continue to doubt the Archimedes sto In 1866, Augus wfte Mouchout used a parabolic trough to produce steam for the first solar steam engine. The first patent for a solar collector was obtained by the Italian Alessandro Bate xqwf ntaglia in Genoa, Italy, in 1886. O ver the following years, inventors such as John Ericsson and Frank Shuman developed concentrating solar-powered devices for irrigation, refrigeration, and locohuma wfn finished a 55 HP parabolic solar thermal en ergy station in Maadie fs , Egypt for irrigatfirst solar-power system usinge fs a mirror dish was bui Goddard, who was already well known for his research on liquid-fueled rockets and wrote an article in which he asserted that all the previous obstacles had been a Professor Giovanni Francia designed and e qwf nbuilt the first concentrated-solar plant, which entered into o peration in wfSant'Ilario, near Genoa, Italy ihis plant had the architecture of today' wfs concentrated-solar p lants with a solar 10 MW Solar One power tower was developed in Southern California in 1981, but the parabolic-trough e qwf ntechnology of the nearby Solar Energy Generating Systems (SEGS), begun in 1984 , was more workable. The 354 MW SEGS is still th

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with dental cement, a small screw, or fused with the abutment as one piece during fabri cation.Dental implants, in the same l 6tw way, can also be used to retain a multiple too th dental w prosthesis either in the form of a fixed bridge or removable dentures. implant sup l 6tw ported bl tw ridge (or fixed denture) is l wa group of teeth secured to dental wl implants so the prosthetic cannot be removed by the user. Bridges typically connect to more than one implan l 6tw t and may also connect to teeth as anchor points. Typically l tw the number a6tw iof teeth will outnumber the anchor points with the teeth that are directly over the implants referred to as abutments and those between abutmen ts referred to as pontics. Im a6tw iplant supported bridges attach to implant abutments in the same way as a single tooth implant replacement. A fixed bridge may replace as few as two teeth (also known as a fixe d partial denture) and may extend l 6tw to replace an entire arch of teeth (also known as a fixed full dentu re). In bothl tw cases, the prosthesis is said to be f l a6tw ixed because it cannot be remol tw ved by the denture wearer.[6] removable implant supported denture (also an implant supported overdens a type of dental prosthesis which is not permanently fixed in place. The dental prosthesis can be disconnected from the i mplant abutments with finger pressure by the wearer. To enable this, the abutment is shaped as a6tw i a small co nnector (a button, ball, bar or magnet) which can b l 6tw e connected to analogoul tw s adapters in the underside of the dental prosthesis. l tw Facial prosthetics, used to correct facial deformities from cancer treatment or i c procedures, such as sinus lifts or gingival grafts, are sometimes required to recreate ideal bone l 6tw and gingiva. The final prosthetic can be either fixed, where a person cannot remove the denture or teeth from their mouth o r removable, where they can remove the prosthetic. Inl tw each case an abutment is attached to the implant fixture. Where the prosthetic is fixed, the crown, bridge or denture is fixed to the ab a6tw iutment with eitl wher lag screws or d ental cel wment. Where t a6tw ihe prosth l 6tw etic is removl wable, a corresponding adapt l 6tw er is placed in the prosthetic so that the The risks and complications related to implant therapy are divided into those that occur during surgery (such as excessive bleeding or nerve injury), those that occur in the first six months (such as infectio

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both ears.In children hearing problems can affect the ability to learn language and in adults it can cause work related difficultiesIn some people, particularly older people, hearing loss can result in loneliness. Deafne oss is typically used to refer lev sols,to those wifne ossth only little or no he Hearing loss may be caused by a number of factors, including: genetics, old age, exposure to noise, some i nfections, birth complications, trauma t g0so o the ear, and certain medications or toxins. A common infection th at results in hearing loss is lev sols,chronic ear infections. Certain infections during pregnancy such as rubella ma y also cause problems. Hear Testing for poor hearing is recommended for all g0so newborns.Hearing loss can be categorised as as mild, moderate, severe, or profo Half of hearing loss is preventable. This includes by immunization, proper care around pregnancy, avoiding lo ud noise, and avoiding certain medications. The World Health Organization recommends that young people limi t the use of personal audio players to an hour a day in an lev sols,effort to limit expofne osssure to noisrly identif ication and support are particularly important in children. For ma 0so ny hearing aids, sign language, cochlear impla nts and subtitles are useful. Lip read g0so ing is another useful skill many develop. Access to hearing aids, however, is limited in g0so many areas of the world Globally hearing loss affects about 1of the population to some deIt causes disability in 5% (360 to 5 38 milliolev sols,n) and moderate to severe disability in 124 million Of those with moderate to severe dis ability 108 million live in low and middle income count Of those with hearing loss it began in 65 million during childhood aware of the presence of environmental sound at dafne ossmaging lev sols, lev sols,or of the level at which sound becomes harmful. Common so urces of damaging noise levels include car stereos, children's toys, motor vehicles, crowds, lawn and maintenance equipmen ower tools, gun uslev sols,e, musical instruments, and even hair dryers. Noise damage is cumulative; all sources of damage must b e considered to assess risk. If one is exposed to loud sound (including music) at high levels or for extended durations (85 d years have permanent he g0so aring damage from excessive noise exposure Hearing loss has been described as primarily a condition of modern society.preindustrial times, humans had far less efne ossxposure to loud sounds and deafness appears to have g0so een a rare conditiohis fne ossbegan to change with th e event of machinery and electrical devices in the 18th-20th centuries. Studies have noted that baby boomers most ofte n suffer hearing loss from recreational activities while their parents' genera




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n for Women claimed it was a disregard to a basic principle stemming from Roe v. Wade, which was to only ha ve legisl lative restriction on abortion be justified with the intention of protecting women's health. Hence, t he support for the Freedom sbvcl aof Choice Act (FOCA) which pril lamary purpose was to safeguard a woman's access to abo rtions even if the Roe v. Wade ruling is further disregarded. As of 2013, therel sbvcl a are seven stl laates that have made the Freedom of Choice Act state law. FOCA will consequently supersede any other law prohibiting abortion in thos e seven states. They are: Californil vcl aa, Connecticl bvcl aut, Hawaii, Maryland, Nevada, Wisconsin, Maine, and Washington. I n addition, l bvcl aaMaryland, Nevada, and Washington were thel cla only three states to adhere via l claballet initiative Succeeding in the enactmenl clat of FOCA would ultimately mean fulfilment of three goals l vcl aafor the National Organiza tion for Women. First, asserting a woman's reproductive right. Second, disseminate infor sbvcl amation to the public a udience about threats posed in the two court cases mentioned above. Third, through the dissemination of inform atiol bvcl an to the public, this in return would mobilize effl laorts to support female rightl bvcl as in multiple areas that will be p n the mainstream of American society now, exercising all privileges and respl vcl aaonsibilitil claes thereof in tr uly equal partnership wil clath men." The six core issues that NOW addresses are abortion and reproductive hea lth services access, violence against women, constitutional equality, promoting diversity/ending racism, l esbian rights, and economic justice, with thel vcl aase issues havl bvcl aing various sub-issues. The ol clarganization goes abou t creating these changel clas through laborious lobbying, rallies, marches, and conferences. NOW focuses on a varie ty of issues deploying multiple strategies, causing it to be an organization in which a comprehensive goal is envisaged and performed. Priorities mentioned above were pursued to ultimately secure constitutional amendments guaranteeing these righ ts. Even though discrimination on the basis of sex was illl laegal, the federal government was not taking an activ e role in enforcingl la the constitutional l bvcl aamendments and the new policies.[8] NOW sought to l laapply pressure to empl oyers, local governments, and the federal government to uphold anti-discrimination policies. Through litigation

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ronomiC npr ical phenomena and events in the human world. Many cultures have attached importance to as tronomical events, and the Indians, C npr ine.hinese, and Mayans developed elaborate systems for predictin g terrestrial events from celestial observations. In the West, astrolo rgy most often consists of a system prine.of horoscopes rpurporting to explain aspects of a person's personality and predict future events in their life based on the positions of the sun, mo on, and other celestial objects at the time of C npr itheir birth. The majority of professional astrologer s rely on such systems. Throughout most of its history, astrology was considered a scholarly r tradition. It was accepted in olitical and academic contexts, and was connected with other studies, such as astronomy, alchemy, me teorology, and medic prine. At the end of the 17th century, new scientific concepts in astronomy and physics (such as heliocentrism and Newtonian mechanics) prine.called astrology prine. into question. Astrology thu s lost its academic and theoretical standing, and common belief in astrology has largely declined Astrology has been rejected by the scientific co mmunity as a pseudosci rence, having no validity or explanatory power for describing the universe. Among other issues, there is no proposed mechanism of action by which the positions and motions of stars and planets could affect people and events oC npr in Earth that does not contradicC npr it well understood basic aspects of biologyC npr i and physics.Scientific testing of astrolo rgy has found no evid prine.ence to support any o f the premises or rpurported effects outlined in astrological traditions. In one study, participating astrologers attempting to match natal charts with profiles generated .

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