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Immediate Full Arch Implant Reconstruction-Live Surgery-Advanced Implant Dentistry Dec 1-2, 2017
Event on 2017-12-01 08:00:00
New Course: Immediate Full Arch Implant Reconstruction-Live SurgeryFriday and Saturday December 1-2, 2017 Course Description: Live patient full arch treatment  will be demonstrated by our surgical team leader as will have an opportunity to learn the diagnostic steps and technical steps required in the full arch implant reconstruction case.Each participant will have the opportunity to learn the diagnostic, treatment planning, surgical, and prosthetic aspects of this unique technique. Lecture, laboratory and viewing the live surgical protocol in real time will enable attendees to ask questions as the procedure progresses.  Course participants will be able to efficiently implement the full arch immediate implant reconstruction treatment concept into their practices to benefit the growing population of patients requiring this therapy. Course Presenters: Farhad E. Boltchi, D.M.D., M.S. Dr. Boltchi received his dental degree from the Medical University of Hannover in Germany and a Certificate in Periodontics associated with a Master of Science degree in Oral Biology from Baylor College of Dentistry in Dallas, Texas. Dr. Boltchi is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Graduate Periodontics Program at Texas A & M College of Dentistry in Dallas, Texas, a faculty member of SPEAR/CerecDoctors.com, and also maintains a full-time private practice in Periodontics and Dental implants in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas. He teaches and lectures extensively both nationally and internationally on the topics of advanced Periodontics and Dental Implants with a special emphasis on Esthetic Implant Dentistry, Periodontal Plastic Surgical Procedures, and digital implant dentistry and is also actively involved with clinical research projects in these topics. Dr. Boltchi has achieved Board Certification status with the American Board of Periodontology and is a fellow of the International Team for Implantology (ITI). Amirali Zandinejad DDS, MSc Assistant ProfessorDirector, Advanced Education General Dentistry Program, Texas A&M University, Texas A & M College of Dentistry Dr.Zandinejad completed his dental training in 1996. He also completed a residency program in operative dentistry and received his Master degree in restorative dentistry from Sheffield University in the United Kingdom.He completed his AEGD residency and prosthodontic program at the Universityof Rochester in NY. He recently joined the A&M Texas University, College Dentistry as the Director of AEGD residency program. Dr.Zandinejad maintains his practice limited to implants, esthetic dentistry and prosthodontics. Fellow International Team for Implantology Member American College of Prosthodontists Member International Association for Dental Research IADR/AADR Member Academy of Osseointegration Research Interests: Application and longevityof all ceramic systems. Zirconia in Implant Dentistry. Dental application of Prototyping systems Digital impression and its accuracy. Current projects: Introducing new technique for reinforcing dental ceramic. Infiltrating ceramic with resin and investigating the mechanical properties. Fracture resistance of all-ceramic crowns supported by implant. Course Information Date: Friday and Saturday December 1-2, 2017Time: 7:30 am – 8:00 am – Registration8:00 am – 5:00 pm – Presentation Location: Texas A&M College of Dentistry, 6th FloorCredit: 16 hours lecture and small group discussionCourse Pre-requisites: It is recommended that the attendee have experience with digital scanning however the dentist and staff initially implementing digital workflow in the dental practice is invited to attend. Recommended for dentists, specialists, dental assistants, and dental hygienists. This course is designated for CDE credits and is not promotional in any way.Course Fee: 00 Dentists; 0 RDH or Aux.AGD Codes: 780 Esthetics, 784 All Ceramic Crowns, 695 Implant Restoration, 698 Implant Materials Continental breakfast and lunch provided Course Topics and Objectives: 1. Learn how to diagnose and provide prosthetic and CBCT-based planning for full arch immediate implant reconstruction case 2. Become familiar with the varying philosophies in positioning and restoring implants for full arch immediate implant reconstruction case 3. Learn now to provide fully guided full arch immediate implant reconstruction therap 4. Become familiar with the surgical and restorative materials and components necessary to provide full arch immediate implant reconstruction treatment TAMCOD Office of CE Registration Information, Certifications & Cancellation/Refund policy: Texas  A&M University College of Dentistry is an  ADA CERP Recognized Provider.                                             QUESTIONS: Please feel free to call us at 1-214-828-8238. For quickly response please email your questions through the online registration website ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality  providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of  credit hours by boards of dentistry. Concerns or complaints about a CE  provider may be directed to the provider or to ADA CERP at www.ada.org/cerp. Continuing education credits issued for  participation in the CE activity may not apply toward license renewal in all  states/provinces. It is the responsibility of each participant to verify the  requirements of his/her state/provincial licensing board(s). CONFIRMATIONS:  Will be sent by e-mailto the official email address provided by the attendee to the registration website. Exact email is necessary REGISTRATION CANCELLATION:Tuition is refundable if a course is canceled by  the Office of CE. A fee will be assessed for any course  cancellation.  All payments by check or cash are deposited into the Texas A&M account  and CANNOT be refunded.  “No Shows” for a course  forfeit all tuition. Confirm notification of cancellation by e-mail.The CE Office cannot be held responsible for a  non-refundable airline ticket.

at Baylor College of Dentistry
3302 Gaston Ave
Dallas, United States

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Build Expo Dallas
Event on 2018-02-07 00:00:00
Build Expo Dallas is happening on 07 Feb 2018 at Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas Dallas, United States Of America. Its a premier event in Building Construction industry.

Book a stall at 10times.com!

at Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center
650 S. Griffin Street
Dallas, United States

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Minnie’s Food Pantry | 9th Annual Gala
Event on 2017-10-14 17:45:00
Minnie's Food Pantry's 9th Annual Gala will recognize those in the community who have been a voice for the hungry and provide the opportunity to sponsor your table prior to opening registration to the public.  Our annual gala sells out each year to supporters of our organization. In the past, attendees have included: DeVon Franklin, Megan Good, Regina King, Michelle Williams, Devin Harris, Mark Cuban, Jessica and Dirk Nowitzki, Pat and Emmitt Smith, Dion Sanders, Janet and Tony Dorsett, Kenny Latimore, BeBe Winans, Donnie McClurkin, Tim Brown, Katrina and Torii Hunter and much more! Date: Saturday, October 14thLocation: Hilton Granite Park, 5805 Granite Pkwy, Plano, TX 75024Registration: 5:45PM | Dinner: 7PM Silent and live auction benefiting Minnie's Food Pantry  Host: Kevin FrazierNational Media Sponsor: Entertainment Tonight It is guaranteed to be a meaningful night filled with laughter, fellowship, and fun, and we can't wait to see you there! Make a weekend out of it! Party with a Purpose with a Live DJ and dancefloor following the event. Reserve a room at the Hilton Granite Park at our discounted group rate! *In kind donations: Minnie's Food Pantry is always looking for items for our silent/live auction and raffle. If you have an item or gift card you would like to donate, please let us know!* Questions/Concerns: Contact Us! Zoya@MinniesFoodPantry.org About Minnie’s Food Pantry:  Minnie’s Food Pantry (MFP) is a Plano, Texas based nonprofit organization that aims to reduce hunger by providing nutritious food and life-skills resource training to those in need.  To date, we have provided food to more than 5.4 million meals to families in the community and around the nation. The gala, which is a sold out red carpet event is our annual signature fundraiser that allows us to anchor the funds needed for providing healthy meals to families in our community.  It also provides an opportunity to recognize local and national philanthropist for their selfless acts of giving to the most vulnerable in society

at Hilton Dallas/Plano Granite Park
5805 Granite Pkwy
Plano, United States

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VENETO – PD – GRP344 – BBQ4ALL GRILL TO PERFECTION Level 3 – Zocca
Event on 2017-08-26 10:00:00
Il GRILL to PERFECTION by BBQ4All è il primo, inimitabile e più completo percorso didattico di avvicinamento al barbecue del panorama italiano, con oltre 2500 diplomi rilasciati su 10 regioni tra il 2013 e il 2016. L'alta professionalità dei Coach BBQ4All e l'elevato livello di interattività dei nostri corsi, garantito dalla presenza di un grill ogni due corsisti, costituiscono il marchio di fabbrica del nostro successo. Vi offriamo una vera esperienza formativa che attraverso tre dettagliatissimi corsi, partendo dalla perfetta cottura diretta vi porterà alla scoperta delle sconosciute meraviglie della cottura indiretta e dell'affumicazione.  Questo terzo corso, chiamato Grill to Perfction level 3 vi fornirà i fondamenti delle cotture indirette, tecniche avanzate di affumicatura e di stabilizzazione su periodi medio-lunghi. Il corso dura 5 ore, con una prima parte teorica in aula e la successiva in griglia dove avrete possibilità di applicare le nozioni apprese. Nel costo di 65,00 € (+IVA), il corso comprende il materiale didattico in formato digitale, un diploma di fine corso, un grembiule in TNT , un buono sconto del 10% per l'acquisto dei prodotti presenti sullo store online megastore.bbq4all.it ,  e un abbondante pranzo frutto dei vostri sforzi sulle ricette dei piatti realizzati, tra i quali le Smoked Chicken Wings marinate al Bourbon e Habanero, il Texas Toast con Salamelle alla birra affumicate al Ciliegio, la Tortilla di Beer Can Chicken affumicato al melo e pullato al Cajun, formaggio,  Jalapenos e Salsa BBQ al Chipotle, ed il Kaiser Roll di Coda di Manzo  affumicata e sfilacciata. Non è necessario alcun apporto da parte del corsista. A tutto il necessario pensiamo noi! BONUS Scarica l'ebook gratuito, I Segreti del Griller Gourmet    Il corso richiede il raggiungimento del numero minimo complessivo di 15 iscritti. La conferma dell'evento avverrà all'indirizzo mail di registrazione a partire dal mezzogiorno del quarto giorno lavorativo antecedente. In caso di mancata attivazione del corso, avverrà l'immediata restituzione dell’intera cifra versata. In caso di rinuncia da parte del corsista con più di quattro giorni lavorativi di preavviso, la quota versata non sarà rimborsata e potrà essere utilizzata per la partecipazione a futuri corsi. In caso di rinuncia con meno di quattro giorni lavorativi di preavviso, BBQ4All è autorizzata a trattenere l'intera cifra versata senza alcun obbligo nei confronti del corsista.

at Floricoltura Zocca Garden Center
2 Via per Mestrino
Saccolongo, Italy

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Some cool rhodes images:

Tourist
rhodes
Image by VV Nincic
Rhodes, Greece

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Barbecue Essential – Corso Base LIV.1
Event on 2017-11-11 15:00:00
Barbecue vuol dire famiglia, amici, risate e ovviamente ottimo cibo: è uno stile di vita ispirato allo slow food e un’alimentazione sana.Scopri le infinite tecniche di cottura, ricette sempre diverse e piatti gustosi: scopri l’essenza del barbecue attraverso il primo corso base in compagnia di Mirko Vincenzi.Tecniche oggetto del corso: La differenza fra cottura diretta ed indiretta. Kettle, australiani, smooker e grill per la cottura diretta: differenze e consigli di utilizzo. Temperatura di cottura interna ed esterna. La marinatura. Ecco alcune ricette con cui vi cimenterete durante la lezione base*: Pollo intero speziato al barbecue. Salsicce alla birra con friarielli. Hamburger con salse di accompagnamento. Scaloppine di maiale marinate. * Le ricette proposte durante il corso potrebbero subire variazioni secondo la disponibilità del mercato, essendo tutte preparate con ingredienti freschi e possibilmente di stagione. Costo della partecipazione: € 35,00I posti sono limitati, si richiede il rispetto degli orari indicati.Ti aspettiamo in Agricola! — N.B. Una volta effettuata l’iscrizione, in caso di impossibilità a partecipare, Agricola rimborserà il 70% del valore del corso attraverso l’emissione di un buono acquisti spendibile in tutti i reparti del nostro punto vendita entro 90gg dalla data del corso. Per attivare la procedura di rimborso è necessario comunicare la disdetta entro e non oltre la data di chiusura iscrizione corso attraverso una mail all’indirizzo info@agricolashop.it oppure telefonando al numero 0332/320788. In nessun caso sarà possibile recuperare il corso e/o spostare l’iscrizione su un altro corso.                              

at Agricola del Lago
1 Via Pisna
Varese, Italy

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A few nice morocco images I found:

mi retrato 2007 / self portrait 2007
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Image by bachmont
La típica foto que siempre se le ocurre a uno montado en un camello (dromedario, quería decir). Que sirva de resumen del año 2007.

Saadien cat
morocco
Image by mhobl
fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tombeaux_saadiens

Life is hard
morocco
Image by zilverbat.
On his way to the Mosk….

zilverbat.’s photos on Flickriver

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When investing in something exciting like a new television, the last thing you want to happen is for technical jargon to take the edge off and put a dampener on things, so here is a jargon buster specifically for LCD, Plasma, High Definition and LED TVs:

LCD Liquid Crystal Display. The technology used to create some flat screen televisions which allows for clear and crisp images whether watching television or playing games through your TV.

LED Light Emitting Diode. Light Emitting Diodes are used in conjunction with LCD technology to give a bright, backlit image which is clear and visible no matter what the surrounding light conditions are like.

HD High Definition. HD produces significantly better picture quality than SD (Standard Definition) which all televisions used to fall under. This is because it has one to two million pixels per frame, approximately five times that of SD, meaning the picture quality is sharper, clearer and more lifelike.

HD Ready This means that the television, computer monitor or laptop youre buying supports High Definition technology and you will be able to enjoy those programmes and games which are filmed in HD and offer a more realistic viewing experience.

Plasma Technology which has allowed television screens to become bigger and bigger without losing picture quality in the process. Plasma TVs are still the preferred choice for those opting to buy a TV which is larger than 42 inches in diameter.

Wi-Fi ready Wireless Fidelity. The name given to a device which can connect wirelessly to the internet, most commonly associated with laptops and mobile devices, but can now be applied to any device which can be used to connect to the internet, including televisions that are Wi-Fi ready.

Resolution This refers to the number of pixels per frame; the more pixels there are per frame, the higher the resolution and the better the picture quality.

3D DNR 3D Digital Noise Reduction. This is a feature which is built into many televisions to reduce picture grain and emit as clear a picture as possible.

50Hz / 100Hz The frequency at which the electrical current is transmitted to the user from the power source; the faster the frequency, the clearer and more flicker-free image the television will relay to you.

IPS In Plane Switching. This was developed in the late 1990s as a way to overcome the limited viewing angle of flat screens on televisions, laptops and so on, as well as to improve poor colour reproduction. Due to the expense of this technology, it was initially reserved for monitors used by people such as graphic designers but as the price dropped, the technology has been adopted in mainstream products, for example Panasonic LCD TVs incorporate this technology, allowing them to produce a high quality image without the excessive energy consumption that the original IPS technology used.

DLNA certified Digital Living Network Alliance. Having this certification means that the manufacturer has signed up to an alliance which means they are offering consumers standardised ways to operate technology and means their items are as compatible as possible with other devices.

HDMI High Definition Multimedia Interface. A compact interface for transmitting uncompressed audio or video data; this is a way of connecting everything from Blu-Ray and DVD players, to games consoles and set top boxes, to your digital television or computer monitor. Digital TVs will often have up to four HDMI connections.

Check the product specifications online for all the information you need before you decide whether LCD TVs or Plasma TVs are right for you.

More Led Tv Articles

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The internet is full of wonderful information, educational services, as well as a great place to connect with people. Scams on the internet create a dark world that can ruin your online experience. If you are not Cyber Street smart you could end up the victim of one of these internet scams.

One of the scams on the internet is getting more attention these days. The Nigerian scam. You will receive an email that states an introduction from some poor retched rich man who needs to have a large sum of money transferred out of the country. In exchange for transferring the millions of dollars to your personal account he will offer you a small percentage as a thank you. You agree, the nice person you are and think wow what a great way to get some easy money. The problem is you don’t see a dime and your account begins to be emptied as you are charged for many fees that are needed to handle this large transaction that never comes.

There have been many a poor soul fall for these scams on the internet and never been able to retrieve their lost funds. The greedier you are the dumber you become. It is amazing how some of us fail to realize that there would be no need to trust a stranger with that amount of money in this day and age. But still many will agree to it and fall for the scam, losing everything they own at times in hopes that a stranger will send them thousands of dollars in return for their kindness.

Any email that you receive that is similar to these scams or other scams on the internet you should report to the proper authorities. It is best to not open any emails that you are not familiar with the sender. You can end up in loads of trouble as there are new scams on the internet being created each day.

Article was written by Jeffrey Frasco. For more information about avoiding online scams and how to earn extra income online look at the makemoneyonlineforyou.com website.

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A few nice live news images I found:

Image from page 222 of “The sanitary news : healthy homes and healthy living : a weekly journal of sanitary science” (1886)
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Title: The sanitary news : healthy homes and healthy living : a weekly journal of sanitary science
Year: 1886 (1880s)
Authors:
Subjects: Sanitation Sanitation
Publisher: Chicago : The Sanitary News
Contributing Library: Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine
Digitizing Sponsor: Open Knowledge Commons and the National Endowment for the Humanities

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s-pool, a sump and a catch basin,whose interior, in the absence of any special ar-rangements, can never be fully flushed, butmust of necessity be foui in an unnecessary de-gree. The air vent shown in this sketch ren-ders liable the Ireezing of the water seal belowin cold climates, and, unless carefully protected,occasional stoppages by snow. As to the drain tothe sewer, below thehouse trap, the venti-lation that is so stren-uously urged for everytrap and pipe above istotally ignored, and,between a considerablepressure of the air andgases of the public sew-er and the whole in-terior of the housedrainage system andthe air currents intothe doors and windowsas well, through the air pipe, nothing is in-terposed but a hatful of filthy water, perhaps aninch and a half in depth of seal, if undisturbed. Now, turning to house Fig. 2, let us suppose aflushing trap at B, a horizontal air pipe betweenthe joists of the first floor above, C extendingup by a four-inch vent pipe, or rain-water lead- 1

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Fig. 3.in a trap, or just below it, before sudden andeasy relief is had by the shorter route to the er, above the roof, and no trap at A. Throughthe air pipe as shown the air will be forciblydrawn into the soil-pipe at frequent intervals, 2l8 THE SANITARY NEWS. [Vol. VIII, No. 134 while the drain below to the sewer will be I dinary displacement of air within its own length,flushed in a way that will speedily disclose any \ when no unpleasant results will ensue. In House Fig. 4 is shown anadmirable system of house drain-age, not perhaps generally appli-cable to buildings in the closely-built districts of the large cities,but which can be applied to manyhomes throughout their suburbs,and quite generally to houses inthe residence portions of cities,towns and villages, and in thecountry. As far as the ventilation of thesystem is concerned, it will beimproved by applying the prin-

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Mount Saint Helens, 1994. Biking up to Johnston Ridge
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Image by theslowlane
Memories from the eruption.

Where my sisters were living, it was one of those first really nice spring days of the year in Pullman, Washington, about 265 miles east of the volcano. People were coming home from church, working in the garden and planning to eat dinner out on the deck when a huge black cloud started to appear on the horizon.

It was ash from Mt. St. Helens, but most people didn’t know it, unless they had the news on. The cloud got bigger and bigger until it shut out the sun, but it wasn’t really a storm. No rain or wind, just darkness. With in an hour, or two, that sunny afternoon was transformed into the dark of night. Street lights came on. It was as black as midnight.

Meanwhile, here in Bellingham, where I was, I didn’t know what was happening. It was a typical spring day over here, even though Bellingham is a little closer to the mountain than Pullman. The wind carried the ash to the east. Eventually, I heard the news on TV and I felt cheated that I was missing the excitement. Life in most of Western Washington was deceptively normal.

Then the radio reported that people had heard the blast as far away as Vancouver, BC. about 50 miles farther from the mountain than Bellingham. I tried to remember what I was doing, at that moment, and realized I had heard the blast also. It sounded like someone was trying to break into my place of work as the front door was being pushed against and rattling on its hinges. At the time, I didn’t pay that much attention as no one was at the door, but later I realized it was shock waves from Mt. St. Helens.

The night after the eruption, my sister Lillian called me from Pullman, phones were still working. She said she didn’t know when she was going to see the sun again. It was a spooky feeling, but next day, the sun did come out. The hazy sunshine revealed a gritty world. It looked like everything was covered in talcum powder. Every time someone tried to walk out doors, or even worse drive, it would kick up a cloud that would obscure visibility. Schools had to close for the rest of the season, business ground to a halt, the grit did damage to any cars that tried to drive in it.

Unlike a big snow fall, which eventually melts away, this stuff had to be shoveled up and hauled away. It took months for the clean up, but Pullman’s people remember the event with great fondness. They got to witness geology in action.

Here in Bellingham, I missed most of the action, but, in 1986 and again in 1994, I bicycled into the Mt. St. Helens area. Under this tag are some images of the devastation as seen from Windy Ridge on the east in 1986 and Johnston Ridge on the west in 1994.

Challenger 2 Tank Live Firing During Exercise
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Image by Defence Images
A Challenger 2 main battle tank (MBT) is pictured during a live firing exercise in Grafenwöhr, Germany.

Exercise BAVARIAN CHARGER was the first of three large contingency operation exercises being undertaken by 20th Armoured Brigade between May – October 2013. Contingency Operations training is known as Hybrid Foundation Training or HFT.

The aim of this exercise was to train the 5 Rifles, The Queens Dragoon Guards (QDG) Battle Groups and 1 Logistic Support Regiment in combined arms manoeuvre.

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