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Thesis Gantt #1 100%

2/17 31 Thesis Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org) 5 12 3/17 19 26 5 12 4/17 19 0h 0% Progress Report 1 Find Industry Mentor / SME Create Reading List (Sources) Images for CAM site Pitch Video PROGRESS 1 DUE 0h 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% Progress Report 2 Task List Update "White"

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/02/07/thesis-gantt-1/

07/02/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

2014AUU ELECTIONTRIBUNAL REPORT 99%

That, between I September 2014 and 5 September 2014 (inclusive), candidate Renjie Du (of the 'Progress'ticket) and other Progress campaigners led prospective voters to the company of persons inside the defined area of a polling place, who then led such prospective voters directly to the ballot area and engaged in conductthat could be considered 'campaigning' (including the provision of instructions Report of Decision.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/09/17/2014auu-electiontribunal-report/

17/09/2015 www.pdf-archive.com

Progress Society 96%

Progress Society A twenty-first century proposal for ethics and collective goals.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/12/20/progress-society/

20/12/2015 www.pdf-archive.com

Application 95%

P2p Pvp Set’s (Work in Progress) F2p Pvp Set’s (Work In Progress) Side note:

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2018/01/20/application/

20/01/2018 www.pdf-archive.com

JULIAN DAY - list of works - 2016 - 1 94%

JULIAN DAY SELECTED WORK LIST 2016 Little Room, piano, 15’ (in progress) Dark Twin, piano and playback, 45’ (in progress) Social Systems, open ensemble, 25’ (in progress) Open Plans II, III, massed spatialized handbells and gallery, 120’ (in progress) Untitled, recorder and percussion, 10’ (in progress) Untitled, percussion ensemble and metal rods, 1’ (in progress) 2015 Dark Twin I, piano and playback, 15’ Quartz II, amplified string quartet and playback, 4’ Hammer Action, 8 historic keyboards (pianos/harpsichords), 180’ Open Plans I, 50 handbells and parkland, 30’ Social Systems I, open quintet (2 identical instrument, 2 card dealers, 1 referee), 15’ Games And Actions (for a quiet city) I, massed spatialized handbells and parkland, 60’ Games And Actions (for a quiet city) II, massed spatialized coins and library, 60’ Games And Actions (for a quiet city) III, massed spatialized ceramic bowls and mall, 60’ 2014 Shudder Space, massed spatialized floortoms, 30’ Moving Collected Ambience, 70+ spatialized untrained voices and art gallery, 60’ White On White, 5 synthesizers, 40’ 2013 Quartz I, amplified string quartet and playback, 9’ DISCO DEMOLITION NIGHT (what you do to me), vibraphone (2-4 players), 12’ Father, mixed sextet (cl, per, pf, el gtr, v, vc) and playback, 10’ Together We Breathe, 100 spatialized brass, 25’ Pivotal (from me to you and back again), spatialized untrained voices, 10’ 2012 Vocal Field, 50 spatialized untrained voices, 45’ AURA, massed spatialized untrained voices and harmonicas, 60’ Husk, prepared electric guitar, 10’ Descent, electric guitar quartet, 20’ 2011 Bad Blood (rev.), piano, 12’ Swelter, 30+ spatialized brass and parkland, 30’ Big Space, 4 identical synthesizers, 25’ 2010 Bad Blood, piano, 12’ Womb, orchestra, 15’ 2009 Bulb, orchestra, 10’ Anthem, flute and playback, 14’ 2008 Beginning To Collapse, small orchestra or mixed quartet/sextet and playback, 11’ Ascent, massed spatialized flutes, 20’ 2007 Hundreds of Exploding Suns, flute and playback, 8’ Unspeakable, choreography and playback, 10’

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/02/02/julian-day-list-of-works-2016-1/

02/02/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

CopyofGuildCharter 93%

 ​ Guild Ideology     ● Progression comes first  ○ All decisions are made with the intention of bettering the raid group. “Guild Progression >  Personal Gain” is the only acceptable mentality.  ○ Prioritize mechanics on progression! Most fights are not a DPS race. Your duties as a DPS  extend beyond one dimension.  ● Personal skill  ○ All players are expected to perform at a similar level. Having very few outliers allows  everybody to progress at a comfortable pace.   ○ Maximize your potential DPS. While we stated that DPS parses aren’t our main concern, we  WILL be concerned if your DPS is significantly lower than the raid’s standard.  ● Communication  ○ The last thing we want is to babysit you. If you commit to our raid schedule, we are counting  on you to show up!  ○ If you can’t be on time for a raid, let us know ahead of time. Core raiders are expected to  attend 90%+ of scheduled raids. We track attendance.  ○ If you don’t understand a raid mechanic, ASK ABOUT IT!   ● Know your limits  ○ If raiding at these times is going to affect your personal life; then DON’T sign up for it!  ○ If you don’t show up to raids consistently, you will not have a core spot.  What to Expect  ● Raiding for the foreseeable future  ○ We will be raiding until the end of WoD as we attempt to finish 13/13 Mythic before  Legion’s release.  ○ We also plan on raiding in Legion!  ○ We aim to achieve realm firsts on US­Kilrogg   ● Serious/progressive raid atmosphere  ○ While we’re not after world firsts, we aspire to remain competitive within the raiding  community.  ○ Smooth, progressive, and uninterrupted raids are what we consider fun.  ○ Joking around during raid is a given.  However, when we need to clear comms and get down  to business, we do so.  ● Raid content at least 3 days per week  ○ We raid Friday / Saturday / Sunday (7:30pm­10:30pm PST) +1 hour on Saturday.  ○ Guild leaders will do everything within their power to ensure that scheduled raids take  place.  ● Loot Council  ○ We decide who deserves the loot. These decisions are based on the  attendance/performance data that we track.  ○ Don’t complain about loot decisions. If you disagree with a decision, privately tell us your  reasoning ​ AFTER​  the raid.  ○ If your main motivation for joining our raid is gear, you should look for another guild.   

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/05/02/copyofguildcharter/

02/05/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

GuildCharter 93%

Guild Ideology  ● Progression comes first  ○ All decisions are made with the intention of bettering the raid group. “Guild Progression >  Personal Gain” is the only acceptable mentality.  ○ Prioritize mechanics on progression! Most fights are not a DPS race. Your duties as a DPS  extend beyond one dimension.  ● Personal skill  ○ All players are expected to perform at a similar level. Having very few outliers allows  everybody to progress at a comfortable pace.   ○ Maximize your potential DPS. While we stated that DPS parses aren’t our main concern, we  WILL be concerned if your DPS is significantly lower than the raid’s standard.  ● Communication  ○ The last thing we want is to babysit you. If you commit to our raid schedule, we are counting  on you to show up!  ○ If you can’t be on time for a raid, let us know ahead of time. Core raiders are expected to  attend 90%+ of scheduled raids. We track attendance.  ○ If you don’t understand a raid mechanic, ASK ABOUT IT!   ● Know your limits  ○ If raiding at these times is going to affect your personal life; then DON’T sign up for it!  ○ If you don’t show up to raids consistently, you will not have a core spot.  What to Expect  ● Raiding for the foreseeable future  ○ We will be raiding until the end of WoD as we attempt to finish 13/13 Mythic before  Legion’s release.  ○ We also plan on raiding in Legion!  ○ We aim to achieve realm firsts on US­Kilrogg   ● Serious/progressive raid atmosphere  ○ While we’re not after world firsts, we aspire to remain competitive within the raiding  community.  ○ Smooth, progressive, and uninterrupted raids are what we consider fun.  ○ Joking around during raid is a given.  However, when we need to clear comms and get down  to business, we do so.  ● Raid content at least 3 days per week  ○ We raid Friday / Saturday / Sunday (7:30pm­10:30pm PST) +1 hour on Saturday.  ○ Guild leaders will do everything within their power to ensure that scheduled raids take  place.  ● Loot Council  ○ We decide who deserves the loot. These decisions are based on the  attendance/performance data that we track.  ○ Don’t complain about loot decisions. If you disagree with a decision, privately tell us your  reasoning ​ AFTER​  the raid.  ○ If your main motivation for joining our raid is gear, you should look for another guild.   

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/05/02/guildcharter/

02/05/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

f 93%

MEDIA RELEASE Release Date: 01/21/2016 CONTACT:

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/05/16/f/

16/05/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

S&C Program 2014 supp 93%

Progress to 1.25kg/2kg/5kg/10k Calf Raise 3 x 12/16/20.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/01/13/s-c-program-2014-supp/

13/01/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

PPSNurseryMedia 92%

Media Pack 2017 Why use Progressive Preschool magazine?

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/12/07/ppsnurserymedia/

07/12/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

Letter home 92%

As such, I expect to see some significant progress over the coming term!

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/01/22/letter-home/

22/01/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

Performance and Development Review (PDR) 91%

Performance and Development Review (PDR) FOR RED-SKYE “A professional, corporate-orientated administration system which can be effectively used to monitor progress of an entire administration team” Acerius – professional online community solutions Steam:

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/01/27/performance-and-development-review-pdr/

27/01/2015 www.pdf-archive.com

GuildCharter (1) 91%

Guild Ideology  ● Progression comes first  ○ All decisions are made with the intention of bettering the raid group.  “Guild Progression>Personal Gain” is the only acceptable mentality.  ○ Prioritize mechanics on progression! Most fights are not a DPS race. Your duties as a DPS  extend beyond one dimension.  ● Personal skill  ○ All players are expected to perform at a similar level. Having very few outliers allows  everybody to progress at a comfortable pace.   ○ Maximize your potential DPS. While we stated that DPS parses aren’t our main concern, we  WILL be concerned if your DPS is significantly lower than the raid’s standard.  ● Communication  ○ The last thing we want is to babysit you. If you commit to our raid schedule, we are counting  on you to show up!  ○ If you can’t be on time for a raid, let us know ahead of time. Core raiders are expected to  attend 90%+ of scheduled raids. We track attendance.  ○ If you don’t understand a raid mechanic, ASK ABOUT IT!   ● Know your limits  ○ If raiding at these times is going to affect your personal life; then DON’T sign up for it!  ○ If you don’t show up to raids consistently, you will not have a core spot.  What to Expect  ● Raiding for the foreseeable future  ○ We will be raiding until the end of WoD as we attempt to finish 13/13 Mythic before  Legion’s release.  ○ We also plan on raiding in Legion!  ○ We aim to achieve realm firsts on US­Kilrogg   ● Serious/progressive raid atmosphere  ○ While we’re not after world firsts, we aspire to remain competitive within the raiding  community.  ○ Smooth, progressive, and uninterrupted raids are what we consider fun.  ○ Joking around during raid is a given.  However, when we need to clear comms and get down  to business, we do so.  ● Raid content at least 3 days per week  ○ We raid Friday / Saturday / Sunday (7:30pm­10:30pm PST) +1 hour on Saturday.  ○ Guild leaders will do everything within their power to ensure that scheduled raids take  place.  ● Loot Council  ○ We decide who deserves the loot. These decisions are based on the  attendance/performance data that we track.  ○ Don’t complain about loot decisions. If you disagree with a decision, privately tell us your  reasoning ​ AFTER​  the raid.  ○ If your main motivation for joining our raid is gear, you should look for another guild.   

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/05/05/guildcharter-1/

05/05/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

WerkstudentIn Marketing Ref 1509 250A 91%

Mahbouba Gharbi CEO der ITech Progress GmbH Ref 1509/250A „Unsere Mitarbeiter sind die Grundlage für unseren Erfolg.“ Das sind wir:

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/09/09/werkstudentin-marketing-ref-1509-250a/

09/09/2015 www.pdf-archive.com

strength training guide 91%

Be sure to seek out a competent, qualified instructor who may carefully observe your progress and provide feedback.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/04/22/strength-training-guide/

22/04/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

Progress Report Example 90%

Embedded!Systems!United!is!providing!Mobile!Systems!this!report!of!the!progress!

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2011/12/13/progress-report-example/

13/12/2011 www.pdf-archive.com

Open Forum notes, 11:11:2016 89%

Report to the Resistance on goals, actions, and progress and mutually lend support as needed.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/11/13/open-forum-notes-11-11-2016/

13/11/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

person spec 89%

Specific  Tasks  This job holder must be able to:  Strategic · · · · · · Maintain the Workshop Control Flow System efficiently so that accurate  information on work in progress is always available to the appropriate staff to  ensure customer satisfaction · Ensure that customers who are having work undertaken whilst they wait are dealt  with promptly and that the Technicians are informed so that unnecessary delays  do not occur · Personnel &  · Customers · Page 1 of 3  Work completed by the end of a working day Efficiency Customer Satisfaction (SSS) Number of come­backs Departmental profits  Provide positive customer experiences in all instances.  Fairly allocate jobs to technicians Supervise the accurate time clocking of jobs and daily time keeping of  technicians · Time all operations using available standard times laid down · Provide accurate invoicing updates to Work in Progress · Check if Workshop loading is light, taking remedial action to secure additional  work for the immediate shortfall and ongoing · Monitor the finished job so that work requested and work found is all carried out  and plans work to be finished on time · Monitor finished work so that all vehicles, which require testing, are checked and  passed by the Workshop Foreman/Tester · Pass accurate updated work in progress to Warranty Administrator/Service  Adviser for assessing and invoicing · Liaise with Warranty Administrator/Service Adviser in order to obtain correct  standard time operations prior to invoicing April 2007  Thurlow Nunn  · Progress parts on order against individual work orders · Monitor the return of warranty parts as appropriate · Oversee authorisation for work to be carried out not featuring on the original work  order · Keep fully referenced service bulletins and product information readily available · Plan technicians’ holidays to ensure consistent level of attendance in the  workshop · Consider requests for extra time fairly or refer on to management should a  dispute arise · Ensure the appropriate Health and Safety guidelines are adhered to · Promote tidiness and good housekeeping within work area · Work with the Workshop Foreman in promoting a “right first time” culture · Identify opportunities to reduce costs, and discuss these with the Service  Manager · Provide advice and technical assistance to Team Members · Provide a planned response in event of unplanned leave (i.e. sickness) · Plan and adjust workload of Team Members to meet their skills and abilities · Ensure adequate maintenance of tools and equipment · Ensure that the department is adequately staffed to achieve objectives · Provide induction training for new team members to familiarise them with work  surroundings and role · Ensure that team members are aware of procedures for using new equipment or  processes, and provide relevant / technical advice or assistance · Direct team members in handling day­to­day problems and issues to enable them  to operate efficiently and meet customers’ needs · Provide appropriate support (e.g., training, equipment) to team members to  ensure their ability to perform the required tasks · Participate fully in measurement and feedback processes, to complete and return  personnel documentation on time and to embrace personal training and  development opportunities · Work to support other team members in the achievement of their objectives when  asked to do so or required by their manager Other duties may be undertaken from time to time Duties may change over time and the job­holder will be expected to co­operate  where such changes are reasonable · · Page 2 of 3  April 2007 Thurlow Nunn  Knowledge  and skills  required  This job holder must have knowledge of:

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2014/01/30/person-spec/

30/01/2014 www.pdf-archive.com