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Fukuzawa Yukichi: from samurai to capitalist. [Helen M Hopper] — “Trace the career of Fukuzawa Yukichi, who began life as a lower-level samurai during the. Although he embraced much from Western thought, he never let go of his early Confucian training. Fukuzawa never entered public office, but his influence. Fukuzawa Yukichi: From Samurai to Capitalist (Library of World Biography Series ) (), , Helen M. Hopper,

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Zeroing with Aimpoint Shooting Target. 1. Set up the target at 25 meters. 2. Place firearm in solid rest and center dot on the target. 3. Take one shot and inspect. M16A2 / M16A4 weapons 25m zero target. The close combat optic ( CCO), M68 is a non-telescopic (unmagnified) reflex sight that is. Comparison of the developed targets to standard m zero targets modified for m .. either carry-handle sight and back up iron sight [BUIS]) or an M

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This is releasable to military students from all requesting foreign countries without restriction. This training support package provides the instructor with a standardized lesson plan for presenting instruction for: Zerro targets will be engaged from the foxhole supported firing position. Answer at least 14 out of 20 questions on written test. Obtain at least 23 target hits out of 40 timed targets.

The academic hours required to tadget this course are as follows: Hours Lesson Number Testing, review of test results: There are no clearance or tarrget requirements for this lesson. One classroom for 40 students, a 25 meter zero range, and a computerized record fire M16 qualification targwt. Before presenting this lesson, thoroughly prepare by studying this lesson and identified reference material to include prerequisite classes.

The day prior to training, the primary instructor will brief the chief instructor. Range safety NCO will clear and inspect weapons when soldiers enter and exit the firing line. Range OIC will targdt that all range requirements are met, and all safety warnings stated in the technical manual are enforced.

At the completion of the classroom instruction, you will receive a twenty question written test during which you must score a minimum of at least 14 out of 20 questions in order to pass.

At the completion of the range instruction, you will qualify with the M68 CCO on the selected weapon during a Traget in order for you to qualify, you must achieve at least 23 target hits out of 40 target exposures.

Overhead Projector, screen and actual equipment Motivator: Today you will be introduced to the M68 close combat optic CCO. By applying the four fundamentals of rifle marksmanship and the training you are about to receive you will be able to engage and destroy enemy targets more effectively and increase your zwro awareness. At the completion of this lesson you [the student] will: Answer at least 14 of 20 questions on written test.

Obtain 23 target hits out of 40 timed targets. Up to this point you have learned how to engage targets with your iron sights and boresight a weapon with the borelight.

Now you will learn how to decrease your target acquisition time and increase your target hits by using the M68 Close Combat Optic that is also known as the CCO. Tell tatget students what they will be learning in the class: Given a weapon and a CCO with a fresh battery Standards: Characteristics of the CCO Method of instruction: Overhead Projector, screen and Actual equipment Equipment Data: It is important to keep the M68 batteries separated while being stored. If the batteries are touching, they will discharge themselves and have a reduced battery life.

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The higher the position on Rotary Switch, the brighter the red dot becomes. If Rotary Switch is set higher than 3, it tadget be seen during limited visibility by the enemy.

Align the threads properly to avoid cross threading and turn clockwise. Reverse the procedure to remove it from the M Hand tighten the ARD only.

This means that the dot covers 3 inches of the target at yards. As the distance to the target increases so does the area of the target the red dot covers.

Below is data on how much the red dot masks the target at different ranges. Stop and think how big a 9. An E —type Silhouette is This leaves only about 4. Notice in this visual that the red dot is roughly half the size of the meter E-type silhouette Transition: Now that you know what the characteristics are we will discuss the principles of operation. The M68 is a reflex non-telescopic sight.

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No centering or focusing is required. When engaging targets less than 50m away, you must center the red dot in the sight and align the red dot center mass on the target. If the operator sees the red dot on the target and uses good marksmanship techniques, the bullet will strike the target The red dot does not have to be centered in the M68 for the weapon to be aligned with the target.

The Elevation and Windage adjusters must be perfectly vertical and horizontal in relation to the mount. Failure do do so will complicate making the correct adjustments to the M Adjust 4 clicks to move the strike of the round one box on the 10 meter boresight target.

The squares of the M16A2 25 meter Zero Target are 9. This makes it easier to determine the number of click adjustments needed to change the strike of the round.

Adjust the intensity of the dot prior to firing. The intensity of the dot should be enough as to be seen without difficulty but not so bright as to mask the center of the silhouette of the 25 meter zero target.

Place the red dot centered in the M68 and center mass of target then fire. The M68 CCO is a passive sight that projects no laser onto the target, the collimated red dot is completely inside the sight. If the rotary switch is set higher than position 3 it can be seen at night.

Do a check on learning: At what range does the CCO become Parallax free? Inventory the M68 and accessories that they have with them. Put the batteries into the M68 Manipulate the rotary switch to the different intensity levels Ensure that: The soldiers have the required accessories If applicable The soldiers put the batteries into the M68 properly and the battery is fresh.

The red dot is visible. The elevation and windage adjusters are vertical and horizontal. Now zsro you can identify the major components of the CCO, We can discuss how to perform maintenance on the M Lecture Instructor to student ratio is: Damage — Broken casing or broken lenses c. Moisture — look through lenses for condensation or wetness d. Obstruction or target image — ensure nothing, including lens xero and the ARD blocks field of view. Inspect battery cap and adjustment caps to ensure the: Cap is present b.

Threads are clear c. O-rings are present to stop moisture d.

Battery is present and fresh 3. Ensure red dot is visible and adjustable in intensity 4.

Ensure mounting bracket is not damaged or missing Make sure lens covers are not ripped, dry rotted, or missing Ensure ARD zerl not dented or obstructs the field of view.

If this is not a mounting option for your tarhet, hide this slide during the presentation. Now that you are familiar with the major components and how to maintain the sight we will discuss how to place the M68 CCO into operation. PE-1 Instructor to student ratio is: Tighten the mounting bolt through the carrying handle into the mounting bracket by hand.

Do not tool tighten Retighten after firing first three rounds. Mount the M68 CCO onto the mounting bracket and tighten the torque limiting knob until you hear two audible clicks.

Open the lens covers. If the adapter bracket is removed from the weapon then the zero of the M68 will be lost. Turn M68 CCO off and, if storing, remove the battery.

This will cause an incorrect zero. Targe this time have students mount the M68 CCO onto their weapon. The students hand tighten the metal mounting screw when mounting the Adapter bracket onto carrying handle. The Adapter bracket fully rests on the carrying handle. The students tighten the torque limiting knob until they hear 2 audible clicks. Remove the carrying handle. Mount sight onto the Picatinny Rail and tighten the Torque limiting knob until you hear two audible clicks open the lens covers.

Ensure mount assembly does not extend beyond the end of the Picatinny Rail. The M68 will not retain its zero if mounted this way. The 10 meter boresight target and 25 meter offset does not support the M68 CCO without the half moon spacer installed.

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A sea louse plural sea licenot to be confused with sea fleasis a member of a family of copepods small crustaceans within the order Siphonostomatoidafamily Caligidae. There are roughly species in 37 genera include around Lepeophtheirus and Caligus species. Sea lice are marine ectoparasites external parasites that feed on the mucus, epidermal tissue, and blood of host marine fish. The genera Lepeophtheirus and Caligus parasitize marine fish, in particular those species that have been recorded on farmed salmon.

Lepeophtheirus salmonis and various Caligus species are adapted to salt water and are major ectoparasites of farmed and wild Atlantic salmon. Several antiparasitic drugs have been developed for control purposes.

Caligus rogercresseyi has become a major parasite of concern on salmon farms in Chile, [3] and studies are under way to gain a better understanding of the parasite and the host-parasite interactions. Recent evidence is also emerging that L. The family Caligidae is estimated to contain around species in 37 genera. Most understanding of the biology of sea lice, other than the early morphological studies, is based on laboratory studies designed to understand issues associated with sea lice infecting fish on salmon farms.

Information on sea lice biology and interactions with wild fish is sparse in most areas with a long-term history of open net-cage development, since understanding background levels of sea lice and transfer mechanisms have rarely been a condition of tenure license for farm operators. Many sea louse species are specific with regard to host genera, for example L. Lepeophtheirus salmonis can parasitize other salmonids to varying degrees, including brown trout sea trout: Salmo truttaArctic char Salvelinus alpinusand all species of Pacific salmon.

In the case of Pacific salmon, cohochumand pink salmon Oncorhynchus kisutchO. How planktonic stages of sea lice disperse and find new hosts is still not completely known. The source of L.

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Sea lice die and fall off anadromous fish such as salmonids when they return to fresh water. Atlantic salmon return and travel upstream in the fall to reproduce, while the smolts do not return to salt water until the next spring. Pacific salmon return to the marine nearshore starting in June, and finish as late as December, dependent upon species and run timing, whereas the smolts typically outmigrate starting in April, and ending in late August, dependent upon species and run timing.

Sea lice possibly survive on fish that remain in the estuaries or they transfer to an as yet unknown alternate host to spend the winter.

Smolt get infected with sea caliguw larvae, or even possibly adults, when they enter the estuaries in rogdrcresseyi spring. How sea lice distribute between fish in the wild also is not known. Adult stages of Lepeophtheirus spp. The body consists of four regions: It acts like a suction cup in holding the louse on the fish.

All species have mouth parts shaped as a siphon or oral cone characteristic of the Siphonostomatoida. The second antennae and oral appendages are modified to assist in holding the parasite on the fish.

The second pair of antennae is also used by males to grasp the female during copulation. Two egg strings of to eggs L. One female can produce pairs of egg strings in a lifetime around 7 months. Sea lice have both free-swimming planktonic and parasitic life stages, all separated by moults. The lifecycle of L. Eggs hatch into nauplii I, which moult to a second naupliar stage; both naupliar stages are nonfeeding, depending on yolk reserves for energy, and adapted for swimming.

The copepodid stage is the infectious stage and it searches for an appropriate host, likely by chemo- and mechanosensory clues. Currents, salinity, light, and other factors also assist copepodids in finding a host. Sea lice continue their development through three additional chalimus stages each separated by a moult.

A characteristic feature of all four chalimus stages is that they are physically attached to the host by rogercrsseyi structure referred to as the frontal filament. Differences in the timing, method of production, gogercresseyi the physical structure of the frontal filament are seen between different species of sea lice.

With exception of a short period during the moult, the preadult and adult stages are mobile on the fish, and in some cases, can move between host fish. Adult females, being larger, occupy relatively flat body surfaces on the posterior ventral and dorsal midlines and may actually outcompete preadults and males at these sites.

The naupliar and copepodid stages until they locate a host are nonfeeding and live on endogenous food stores. Once attached to the host, the copepodid stage begins feeding and begins to develop into calivus first chalimus stage.

Copepods and chalimus stages have a developed gastrointestinal tract and feed on host mucus and tissues within rogercresweyi of their attachment. Preadult and adult sea lice, especially gravid females, are aggressive feeders, in some cases feeding on blood in addition to tissue and mucus. Blood is often seen in the digestive tract, especially of adult females. Sea lice cause physical and rogercrresseyi damage at their sites of attachment and feeding, which results in abrasion-like lesions that vary in their nature caljgus severity depending upon a number of factors, including host species, age, and general health of the fish.

Whether stressed fish are particularly prone to infestation is unclear. Sea-lice infection causes a generalized chronic stress response in fish since feeding and attachment cause changes in the mucus consistency and damage the epithelium resulting in loss of blood and fluids, electrolyte changes, and cortisol release.

This can decrease salmon immune responses and make them susceptible to other caligu and reduce growth and performance. The degree of damage is also dependent on the species of sea lice, the developmental stages that are present, and the number of sea lice on a fish.

Little evidence exists of host tissue responses in Atlantic salmon at the sites of feeding and attachment, regardless of the development stage.

In contrast, coho and pink salmon show strong tissue responses to L. This results in rejection of the parasite within the first week of infection in these species of salmonids.

WoRMS – World Register of Marine Species – Caligus rogercresseyi Boxshall & Bravo,

Some evidence indicates that sea lice flourishing on salmon farms can spread to nearby wild juvenile salmon and devastate these populations. When exposed in river estuaries containing large numbers of open-net farms, mathematical models have suggested that many young wild salmon may be infected [33] [34] Adult salmon may survive otherwise critical numbers of sea lice, but small, thin-skinned juvenile salmon migrating to sea are highly vulnerable.

Sea trout populations in recent years may have seriously declined due to infestation by sea lice, [35] and Krkosek et al.

Several scientific studies have suggested that caged, farmed salmon harbour lice to a degree that can destroy surrounding wild salmon populations. Control on salmon farms. Cleaner fishincluding five species of wrasse Labridaeare used on fish farms in Norway and to a lesser extent in Scotland, Shetland and Ireland.

Good husbandry techniques include fallowing, removal of dead and sick fish, prevention of net fouling, etc. Bay management plans are in place in most fish farming regions to keep sea lice below a level that could lead to health concerns on the farm or affect wild fish in surrounding waters.

These include separation of year classes, counting and recording of sea lice on a prescribed basis, use of parasiticides when sea lice counts increase, and monitoring for resistance to parasiticides. Early findings suggested genetic variation in the susceptibility of Atlantic salmon to Caligus elongatus. In October,The grocery chain Sobeys pulled whole Atlantic salmon from 84 store locations in the Canadian Maritimes after concerns were raised over sea lice.

The range of therapeutants for farmed fish was limited, often due to regulatory rogercressyei limitations. All drugs used have been assessed for environmental impact and risks.

There are both advantages and disadvantages to using bath treatments. Bath treatments are more difficult and need more manpower to administer, requiring skirts or tarpaulins to be placed around the cages to contain rogercresseeyi drug.

Prevention of reinfection is a challenge since it is practically impossible to treat an rpgercresseyi bay in a short time rogercresseyo. Since the volume of water is imprecise, the required concentration is not guaranteed. Crowding of fish to reduce the volume of drug can also stress the fish. Recent use of well-boats containing the drugs has reduced both the concentration and environmental concerns, although transferring fish to the well boat and back to the cage can be stressful.

The major advantage to bath acligus is that all the fish will be treated equally, in contrast to in-feed treatments where amount of drug ingested can vary due to a number of reasons.

Organophosphates are acetylcholinesterase inhibitors and cause excitatory paralysis leading to death of sea lice when given as a bath treatment. Dichlorvos was used for many years in Europe and later replaced by azamethiphosthe active ingredient in Salmosan, which is safer for operators to handle.

Resistance to organophosphates began to develop in Norway in the mid s, apparently due to acetylcholinesterases being altered due to mutation. Pyrethroids are direct stimulators of sodium channels in neuronal cells, inducing rapid depolarization and spastic paralysis leading to death.

The effect is specific to the parasite since the drugs used are only slowly absorbed by the host and rapidly caigus once absorbed. Cypermethrin Excis, Betamax and calihus Alphamax are the two pyrethroids commonly used to control sea lice. Resistance to pyrethroids has been reported in Norway and appears to be due to a mutation leading to a structural change in the sodium channel which prevents pyrethroids from activating the channel.

It is environmentally friendly since H 2 O 2 dissociates to water and oxygen, but can be toxic to fish, depending on water temperature, rlgercresseyi well as to operators. In-feed treatments are easier to administer and pose less environmental risk than bath treatments.

Feed is usually coated with the drug and drug distribution to the parasite is dependent on the pharmacokinetics of the drug getting in sufficient quantity to the parasite. The drugs have high selective toxicity for the parasite, are quite lipid-soluble so that there is sufficient drug to act for approximately 2 months, and any unmetabolized drug is excreted so slowly that there are little to no environmental concerns.

Avermectins belong to the family of macrocyclic lactones and are the major drugs used as in-feed treatments to kill sea lice. The first avermectin used was ivermectin at doses close to the therapeutic level and was not submitted for legal approval for use on fish by its manufacturer.

Emamectin benzoate, which is the active agent in the formulation SLICE, [60] has been used since and has a greater safety margin on fish. Withdrawal times vary with jurisdiction from 68 days in Canada [61] to degree days in Norway. Avermectins act by opening rogercresseji chloride channels in arthropod caligue tissues, causing hyperpolarization and flaccid paralysis leading to death.

Resistance has been noted in Chalimus rogercresseyi in Chile and L. The resistance is likely due to prolonged use of the drug leading to up-regulation of P-glycoprotein, [62] similar to what has been seen in nematode resistance to macrocyclic lactones. Teflubenzuron, the active agent in the formulation Calicide, [64] is a chitin synthesis inhibitor and prevents moulting. It thus prevents further development of caligud stages of sea lice, but has no effect on adults.

It has been used only sparingly in rovercresseyi lice control, largely due to concerns that it may affect the moult cycle of non-target crustaceansalthough this has not been caligud at the concentrations recommended. A number of studies are underway to examine various antigens, particularly from the gastrointestinal tract and reproductive endocrine pathways, as vaccine targets, but no rogefcresseyi against sea lice has been reported to date.

Two published studies have tested vaccine candidate antigens against salmon lice, which resulted in a rofercresseyi infection rate Grayson et al. Branchiuransfamily Argulidae, order Arguloida are known as fish lice and parasitize fish in freshwater. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Blue caprice: for alto saxophone solo /​ Victor Morosco. Creator. Morosco, Victor . Edition. 2nd edition (). Published. [Santa Cruz, Calif.]: Morsax Music. Results for Blue Caprice Morosco (not all results may be relevant). Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on See also. Blue Caprice. BLUE CAPRICE. Composer: Morosco, Victor (b). Instrumentation: sax/A. Publisher CAPRICE EN FORME DE VALSE. £ SONATINA Op £

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Originations One movement saxophone quartet ballad featuring a beautiful soprano saxophone solo.

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Includes written solo which can be optionally improvised. This work is fully composed however one has the option to improvise where indicated.

Full Orchestral Edition Morosc For like Flutes, Clarinets, or Saxophones Price: A full 3 movement work with a dramatic free opening and virtuoso brilliant ending. Originations Seven movement saxophone quartet of diverse musical styles and difficulty, inspired by life in a small town in Tuscany.

Strada alla Mattina 2. Giorno di Mercato 4. It is a spiritual piece of moderate difficulty with an improvisational quality.

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One movement saxophone quartet based on the blues with a baroque influence. A technically and rhythmically challenging piece with a jaunty third movement that is fun and challenging to play. Sextet for Clarinet, String Quartet and String Bass A fully composed four-movement jazz oriented work with optional improvisation where indicated, based on the traditional symphonic Sonata form with a jazz waltz in place of the minuet.

High degree of technical difficulty.

Originally designed for the younger instrumentalist many of these pieces are being found on programs of professional artists throughout the world. Pieces vary from 1’30” to 5′ in length and are ideal for contests or adjudication performances for younger players as carpice as use as a group in recitals.

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Slow ballad written for Richie Cole with written solos or optional improvisation for Solo Alto Saxophone. Moderato con moto 2. Six original duet etudes for saxophone in a broad variety of contemporary musical styles, encompassing tonal, atonal, twelve tone and jazz.

Transcribed with ornamentation and variations for Soprano Saxophone. Includes piano part, playable with standard orchestra parts Price: Bach — Level 4 As recorded on: The Art of the Fugue Transcribed for: Visit our Sample audio section.

Double Exposure Now available on CD! Concerto for Alto Saxophone and Orchestra A 3 movement virtuosic tour de force with both classical and jazz elements. Entrata Soprano Saxophone and Piano — Level 5 A full 3 movement work bkue a dramatic free opening and virtuoso brilliant ending.

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Fantasy for Flute and Piano A lyrical piece with some difficult passagework. Originations One movement saxophone quartet based on the blues with morpsco baroque influence.

Originations Slow ballad written for Richie Cole with written solos or optional improvisation for Solo Alto Saxophone. Suite for Alto Saxophone and Piano A four-movement work for the advanced saxophonist with strong jazz influence.

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Though many books have been published on the subject since, David Sklansky’s Tournament Poker for Advanced Players (TPFAP) has been the definitive text. Tournament Poker for Advanced Players Expanded Edition by David Sklansky – read full book review here. Tournament Poker for Advanced Players has ratings and 2 reviews. Justin said: A must-read for any player looking to improve their tournament game. Sk.

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Tournament poker is different from standard ring game poker. Some people excel at it because they understand the proper strategy adjustments and when to make them.

This text is the first one that explains tournament strategies which only a small number of players have sklsnsky. It assumes you already know how to play poker well, but aren’t knowledgeable about tournament co Tournament poker is different from standard ring game poker.

It assumes you already know how to play poker well, but aren’t knowledgeable about ;oker concepts and when and how to use them. Some of the ideas discussed include the effect of going broke, The Gap Concept, how chips change value, adjusting strategy because the stakes rise, all-in strategy, the last table, making deals, and The “System.

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May 18, Justin Yeary rated it really liked it. A must-read for any player looking to improve their tournament game. Sklansky assumes the reader is familiar with the basic concepts of competitive poker, and has at least an above-average understanding and skill of the game. This book is ideal for those who are already very familiar with the game of poker, and are cash players looking to adapt their strategy for a tournament environment.

Sklansky also discusses the “Gap Concept” in great detail, which is one of the most crucial things that any A must-read for any player looking to improve their tournament game.

Sklansky also discusses the “Gap Concept” in great detail, which is one of the most crucial things that any succesful tournament player must understand. He also advocates a strategy of shoving all-in which sounds crazy, but apparently works well enough.

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I’ve tried it a few times to a larger-than-expected degree of success. Overall a must-read poker book for anyone looking to improve sklanskt tournament game. Nov 03, Daniel Pasternak rated it it was amazing. This book is a must for anyone playing in tournaments.

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Sklansky emphasizes playing with a positive EV. I used tons of information in this book in a tournament after reading and it was amazing how much it helps. The 2nd half of the book is mostly hand quizzes tournamfnt situation problems.

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He returned to Teaneck and axvanced multiple Society of Actuaries exams by the time he was 20, and worked for an actuarial firm. He has written many books on poker, blackjack, and general gambling. Cloutier, and Mike Sexton, and then finally overcoming Doyle Brunson. While on the job he discovered a faster way to do some of the calculations and took that discovery to his boss.

If there’s something I know about the game that the other person doesn’t, and if he’s not willing to learn or can’t understand, then I take his money. Books by David Sklansky. Trivia About Tournament Poker No trivia or quizzes yet. Just a moment while we sign you plwyers to your Goodreads account.