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ESO GUIDE 100%

5 Items Increases the potency of your weapon's enchantment by by 30% and reduces the cooldown on the enchantment's proc by 1 second.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/09/27/eso-guide/

27/09/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

Domain Group Housing Report Dec Quarter 2014 97%

Perth reversed a recent trend of falling prices with increases of 1 per cent for houses and 0.6 per cent for units over the quarter.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/01/29/domain-group-housing-report-dec-quarter-2014/

28/01/2015 www.pdf-archive.com

Untitleddocument (1) 97%

Increases the height from the which you CAN jump without sustaining damage Temporarily.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/10/30/untitleddocument-1/

30/10/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

Iowa Determination of Need Final Nov 6 2017 96%

This document presents evidence for review by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) demonstrating that Iowa is currently experiencing significant increases in hepatitis infections among people who inject drugs (PWID), and is therefore at risk for an HIV outbreak related to injection drug use.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2018/01/05/iowa-determination-of-need-final-nov-6-2017/

05/01/2018 www.pdf-archive.com

DA Megabus Case Studyv1-2 95%

Direct Agents have developed a multi-faceted strategy that has led to exponential revenue efficiency with incremental increases in spend.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/05/26/da-megabus-case-studyv1-2/

26/05/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

introduction to chemical engineering ch (8) 95%

Therefore, the transport rate increases with an increase in the interfacial area.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/02/21/introduction-to-chemical-engineering-ch-8/

21/02/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

TuitionLetter 95%

 Do we  in  fact  pay  for  students  on  their  rotations?  If  we  do  how much are these costs? The rumors we as  students  hear  is that some Preceptors work for free, some work for $400 a  month and others work  for   $1000  a  month.  We  have  also  heard  that  many  preceptors  do  not  want  to  with  our  students  because  of  the  poor  compensation  for their time  from  AZCOM. Rumors are also  being spread that  this  is  the  reason  why AZCOM does not have students at Mayo. With annual Tuition rates of $58K  ($116K  for  the  two  years  of  rotations)  and  rotating  for  21  months  ­  the  school  collects  $5700  per  rotation  month  per  student  from  tuition.  If  we  only  pay  preceptors  $1000 a  month  does  the  other  $4700  go  to administrative costs? If so the school collects roughly $2.7M per month from the MSIII  and MSIV students for their rotations.     Currently  as  a  student  body  at  AZCOM  (1026  students)  we  pay  a total of $60,150,000 each year.  We  are  consistently  told  that  they  are  trying  to increase the  number of faculty to educate us in our  first  two   years.  With  all  of  the  additions  over  the  past  few  years,  has   increased  faculty  actually  translated  to  increased  testing  scores?  Has  it  ever  been  looked  at to  reduce  the  faculty  and  pay  them  higher  wages  to  do  a  higher  percentage  of  work  instead  of  some  faculty  teaching  only  3  lectures in 6 months?    As  students  we have also been told that our tuition rates continue to increase to help competitively   pay  our  faculty  and  give  them  a  5%  increase  in  salary.  If  this  is  the  case,  why are  there  rumors  that  not  every  faculty  member  gets  a  5%  increase  in  their  salary?  Does  a  5%  faculty  salary  increase equate to a 5% tuition increase?     If  Tuition  is  increased  5%  each  year,  why  are  the  various  departments,  officers,  administrative  offices  only  allowed  to  ask for  a  3%  increase  in  their  annual  budgets?  Where does the rest of  the  student tuition increase go?    Board  of  Trustees  members  are  said to be unpaid ­ except the CEO of Chanen Construction, who  does   construction  on  the  Glendale  Campus,  was  appointed  to  the  Board  of  Trustees  for  MWU  ­  how   is  the  expansion  of  the  university  not  an  incentive  for   him  as  the  CEO  of  the  company  profiting  from  our  expansion?  Can  he  give unbiased opinions about the financial considerations of  this university?    Last  year,  at  the  Town  Hall  meeting  it  was  also  said  that  the  small  increases  of  4­5%  each  year  help  to  prevent  huge  jumps  in  cost.  While  the  basic  concept  is  true (a 4% jump is smaller than an  8%  jump),  simple  math  can  show  that  this  isn't  necessarily  true  for  the  total  cost  of  attendance  over  4   years.  If  we  start  out  at  $56,000  a  5%  jump  to  the  next  year  puts  us  at  $58,800.  A  4.5%  increase  the  following  year  puts  us  at  $61,446.  Lets  say  for  fun  we  get  a smaller  increase for our  final  year  of  4%  and go up to $63,904. The total cost of 4 years is $240,150. If we look at  this from  Dr.  G's  perspective  of  no  increase  vs  large  jump  we  would  have  (1)  $56,000­  follows an increase  (2)  $56,000 (3)  $60,480­  an  8% increase (4) $60,480 = $232,960. Even with a 10% jump between  2nd and 3rd years the total would be $235,200. Two 8% jumps would = $242, 278.    Another   area  of  concern  was  the  recent  proposal  made  to  the  city to  pay  for  a  local  library  with  $5M  in  cash.  If  the  university  has  $5M in  cash, which according  to it’s tax 990 Return it does, why  is  it  increasing  tuition  4.5%  to  increase  revenue  by  $2.7M?  Was  there  any  consideration  as  to  whether  this  would  actually  benefit students or if students would actually utilize it? The school also  made  a  number  of  large purchases  for  Local  Bonds  ­  $50M  in  2011  and  $120M  in  2013.  With  all  this additional revenue why has there been a continuous increase in tuition rates?    Student Questions:    Can the students receive an itemized breakdown of Midwestern’s Finances?  How are the two campuses actually divided when it comes to funds?  Can we get pure transparency by the University regarding our costs?  What is MWU doing with the $89 M in profit from 2013?  Why is MWU over $10,000 the National COM average in tuition?  Why did MWU have a 5% increase in tuition from 2002­2014?  Why is MWU’s tuition increase still above the national average?  Why  is  there  less  than  $2 million  devoted  to  scholarships  over  BOTH  campuses of  thousands  of  students yet Dr. G is compensated almost $1.3 million annually?  Why  did  both  campuses receive the same Tuition Letter if each program has a distinct budget and  checkbook?  Why can we not afford to expand our Video Capturing software to record all classes?  Why do we have to pay for health insurance when 17 other schools do not?  When  will  the  school  expand  the  size  of  the cafeteria, library, and gym ­ which no longer meet the  needs of the current student population on campus?  How  did  the  school  make  money  off of  student housing yet say they need to raise prices to match  utility costs?  Is there any truth to the rumor that MWU is investing in a Caribbean Program in the future? 

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/05/13/tuitionletter/

13/05/2015 www.pdf-archive.com

The Coasting Manifesto 94%

Using the balls of your feet as shock absorbers preserve your feet and legs from impulse damage while the gravitational impulse strengthens and increases the density of your bones (especially leg bones) and stimulates your ligaments and tendons with controlled and steady mechanical and cellular stress.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/11/05/the-coasting-manifesto/

05/11/2015 www.pdf-archive.com

The Coasting Manifesto 94%

Using the balls of your feet as shock absorbers preserve your feet and legs from impulse damage while the gravitational impulse strengthens and increases the density of your bones (especially leg bones) and stimulates your ligaments and tendons with controlled and steady mechanical and cellular stress.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2018/05/04/the-coasting-manifesto/

04/05/2018 www.pdf-archive.com

the economics of postal services - NERA- 07-2004 94%

If unit costs fall when output increases, then increases in output will mean that unit costs will fall and the service provided by the operator will become more attractive to customers if prices fall in line with the reduction in unit costs.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/12/31/the-economics-of-postal-services-nera-07-2004/

31/12/2015 www.pdf-archive.com

howtomakeitems 94%

INCREASE AN OPTION (enchants that increase option of an item) ITEM Blue Drop DETAILS EFFECT FAILURE EFFECT Works for all single option items Increases an option by 1 Lowers the option or will destroy the item Blue Drop Shine Works for all single option items Increases an option by 1 Lowers the option of an item Blue Drop Edge Works for all single option items Increases an option by 1 Nothing will happen Blue Drop 2

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/03/01/howtomakeitems/

01/03/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

The Coasting Manifesto 94%

Using the balls of your feet as shock absorbers preserve your feet and legs from impulse damage while the gravitational impulse strengthens and increases the density of your bones (especially leg bones) and stimulates your ligaments and tendons with controlled and steady mechanical and cellular stress.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2014/12/19/the-coasting-manifesto/

19/12/2014 www.pdf-archive.com

The Coasting Manifesto 94%

Using the balls of your feet as shock absorbers preserve your feet and legs from impulse damage while the gravitational impulse strengthens and increases the density of your bones (especially leg bones) and stimulates your ligaments and tendons with controlled and steady mechanical and cellular stress.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2014/12/18/the-coasting-manifesto/

18/12/2014 www.pdf-archive.com

introduction to chemical engineering ch (9) 94%

As temperature increases, the fraction of molecules having the energy needed to react goes up.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/02/21/introduction-to-chemical-engineering-ch-9/

21/02/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

RetestSF 93%

Name: Question No.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2012/01/17/retestsf/

17/01/2012 www.pdf-archive.com

Integrity 2018 Moldova Cluster (1) 93%

Numbers of reports and range of both countries and Quantitative and qualitative increases in circulation of regions covered.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2018/12/28/integrity2018moldovacluster-1/

28/12/2018 www.pdf-archive.com

09 546 1 93%

As expected, the resistance of the arrays increases with decreasing the density of the SWCNTs in the arrays.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/09/25/09-546-1/

25/09/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

ANESTHESIA for Labor and Delivery 93%

Alterations    Anesthetic Implications Weight gain/breast engorgement Hinders laryngoscopy Swollen mucosa    Easy bleeding with manipulation Upper airway obstruction Use of smaller caliber endotracheal tubes Renal Changes with Pregnancy   Anesthetic Implications MAC decreased Overdosage hazard Decreased FRC Faster induction with insoluble agents Increased VE Speeds induction with soluble agents Greater risk of Hypoxemia Alterations Decreased FRC Anesthetic Implications Less O2 reserve Increased O2 consumption Mucosal engorgement of the Respiratory Tract Rapid airway obstruction  Elevated progesterone levels o decreased gastric motility o decreased food absorption o lower esophageal sphincter tone at term  Placental secretion of gastrin o higher gastric acidity (Gastric pH ≤ 2.5) o increased gastric acid volume  Enlarged uterus o increased intragastric pressure o gastroesophageal angle flattens Clinical Significance • Increased danger of vomiting and aspiration • Acid Aspiration Pneumonia(Mendelson’s Syndrome) • All parturients are considered to have a full stomach regardless of the number of hours after last food intake • No solid food should be given to parturients and that liquids be restricted to a small amount of ice chips Medical Measures for a Full Stomach • Histamine2-blocking agents o (cimetidine, ranitidine, decrease acidity and volume • Hematologic Changes with Pregnancy     Clotting factors rise by 50-250% Hemoglobin decreases by 20% Platelet count lowered by 20% Iron and folate anemias Plasma flow and GFR increases by 50% Decreased threshold for glucose and amino acids Gastrointestinal Changes with Pregnancy Modified responses to anesthetics Alterations Dilutional anemia Platelet count – 20% ↓ The following factors are increased:

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2014/02/14/anesthesia-for-labor-and-delivery/

14/02/2014 www.pdf-archive.com

Manhattan Q32015 93%

Due to increases in sales and decreases in inventory levels, Manhattan is currently under-supplied with 3.5 months of supply.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/11/16/manhattan-q32015/

16/11/2015 www.pdf-archive.com