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December 2007

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NCE Test Prep Tips - Learn Secrets To Pass The National Coun

Test Prep Secrets Home - Reducing Test Anxiety - Test Taking Strategies National Counselor Examination Exam Secrets NCE Sample Questions If you need to pass any exam it would be smart if you practice using former exam questions or questions that are comparable to those on the test. Testing organizations may release past questions to the general public. Before taking the NCE Exam it is wise to firs

MELAB Test Prep Tips - Learn Secrets To Pass The Michigan En

Test Prep Secrets Home - Reducing Test Anxiety - Test Taking Strategies Michigan English Language Arts Battery Exam Secrets MELAB Sample Questions Before taking a test one thing to realize is that people who have passed the exam before have in common is that they used practice test questions to help them study. The idea is they use practice test questions that were on an older exam or they found s

July 2007

The "Other White Meat" Of Fuel

For example, only three E85 re-fueling stations exist in California (and only one of those is available to the general public) whereas there are over 200 Natural Gas stations open for general public use with another 50 under ...

Graduate Electrical Engineer - Building Services — Newc

Permanent — Salary: £19000 to £24000 — A Graduate Electrical Engineer is required to work for a major UK design consultancy in an expanding team.

The Roundup for Thursday, May 10th

Arnold Schwarzenegger is poised to call for privatizing the state lottery, a move that would bring California a cash infusion of as much as $37 billion to help solve pressing budget problems but also could sacrifice a major revenue ...

June 2007

Sonics Erase 25-Point Deficit to Top Timberwolves

Rashard Lewis scored 21 of his 35 points in the fourth quarter, Earl Watson set a career high with 24 points, and the Seattle SuperSonics overcame a 25-point second-half deficit to beat the Minnesota Timberwolves 114-106 Tuesday night.

Mourning Reaches Milestone as Heat Top T-Wolves

Udonis Haslem had 19 points and 14 rebounds, and all five starters scored at least 15 points for the Miami Heat, who led from start to finish and beat the Minnesota Timberwolves 92-77 on Friday night.

McGrady Leaves Game With Stiff Back

Houston star Tracy McGrady left the Rockets' game Wednesday against Golden State with a stiff lower back.

Heat Coming Down the Stretch with a Purpose

Antoine Walker and Shaquille O'Neal scored 20 points apiece and the Heat clinched a spot in the Eastern Conference playoffs Thursday night, beating Cleveland 94-90 in overtime to drop the Cavaliers three places in the postseason seedings.

James' Big Fourth Quarter Carries Cavs

LeBron James overcame a poor shooting game to score 14 of his 25 points in the fourth quarter, and the Cleveland Cavaliers held on for a 99-94 victory Friday night over the Washington Wizards, who were competitive but couldn't muster a late rally in their

May 2007

Scientists are lousy communicators

Scientists do a lousy job of communicating to non-scientists. That's one reason science and scientists are being effectively beaten up and demonized in a variety of public debates on issues like evolution and climate change. ...

Knicks' Marbury Misses Game With Sprained Toe

New York guard Stephon Marbury missed his third straight game because of a sprained right big toe when the Knicks played the Chicago Bulls on Tuesday night.

Pistons Hold Off Magic to Clinch Top Spot in East

Tayshaun Prince's short jumper broke a late tie, and the Detroit Pistons locked up home-court advantage throughout the Eastern Conference playoffs with a 104-99 victory over the Orlando Magic on Wednesday night.

Raptors Sign Jackson Through Next Season

The Toronto Raptors signed forward Luke Jackson to a contract Saturday for the rest of this season and 2007-08 as well.

Duncan, Parker and Ginobili Sit for Spurs

Duncan, Parker and Ginobili sit

ACLU Opposes Faulty "Border Security" Bill, Propos

WASHINGTON - The American Civil Liberties Union today urged the House of Representatives to oppose a border security bill that fails to properly address the issue of illegal immigration, undermines due process and creates a federally mandated "permission slip" for all Americans. This sweeping legislation has not been thoroughly examined by Congress, and yet could be considered as early as today.


I'm 85% sure I'm not going to finish my PhD at Scripps (Woods Hole, URI, still interested in me?). Talking to some people at the Offshore Technologies Conference -- some 70,000 people are there -- I'm told my PhD won't necessarily advance me in my career, and if I am unhappy and have regrets about SIO, it's not worth investing 2-3 years. I agree. I've been unhappy too long. My graduate experience has not been fulfilling. Sure, graduate school is supposed to be tough, but it is supposed to be rewarding on an intellectual level. I haven't felt that way. Yes, some of this is because I haven't enjoy life otherwise, though I'm inclined to believe I haven't enjoyed life otherwise because I don't enjoy the 9 hours a day I spend at SIO. With my love of outdoor activities, I should love San Diego. Luckily, I am connected. I know a guy at a semi-startup ocean GIS/Visualization company in New Brunswick; while I'm not saying there are any jobs for me from him, he knows EVERYONE in the field. And now, working for BP, I have real work experience. I can get offers from several oil companies, hopefully one overseas! I'd really like to live in New Brunswick, Norway, the UK, or Japan. Houston, while I like it, again, I love outdoor activities. Winter does not stop me from participating; I thrive in the winter. I run through snow, I'll snowshoe run, cross country ski, I'll spend as much time outside in the winter as I do in the summer. Houston, however, IS TOO DAMN HOT for a Nordic climate person like myself. Plus, my allergies and asthma are too bad here. Sorry! If people can pick up that I regret going to SIO instead of an institution on the East coast, maybe I shouldn't go back. It will take me at BEST 2 years to finish my PhD. If I decide to go back later in life someplace else, it may only take 3 years (depending on circumstances). The other part of this is I wouldn't mind going to the Norwegian Technical University to finish my PhD, a 3 year program (assuming a masters) in Trondheim. Since I want to live in Scandinavia for a couple years, maybe this is the best option. Who knows.

CORRESPONDENCE: Mutant Neurogenin-3 in Congenital Malabsorpt

To the Editor: In the report by Wang et al. (July 20 issue)1 about mutant neurogenin-3 in patients with congenital ...

Kidd Hobbled With Bad Knee

In case you missed any of the playoff action, go Around the Association for a recap of Wednesday's three first-round games.

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