The first, Quantway, is addressing the high…. Early in the twentieth century, the industrialist Andrew Carnegie established the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching to create a pension system for the nation's college professors. The introduction of this pension system proved an ingenious educational reform. At the time, American higher education was a largely ill-defined….
What Works Clearinghouse Intervention Report. The role of the Carnegie Corporation of New York in the provision of This paper2 will explore the role of the Carnegie Corporation in the provision of library and information services LIS for non-whites from to The Carnegie sponsorship was based on the recommendations made at the first South African Library Conference in by Pitt and Ferguson, commissioners employed It can be used for the quick-look analysis of data at the telescope as well as for pipeline reduction of large data sets.
COSMOS is based on a precise optical model of the spectrographs, which allows after alignment and calibration an accurate prediction of the location of spectra features. This eliminates the line search procedure which is fundamental to many spectral reduction programs, and allows a robust data pipeline to be run in an almost fully automatic mode, allowing large amounts of data to be reduced with minimal intervention.
Digital Library of India is a digital library of books, which is free-to-read, searchable, predominantly in India languages, available to everyone over the Internet. Discusses recent developments regarding proprietary schools: recognition by accrediting associations, increased federal aid, and increased need for the specific training offered by these schools.
Uses the Dale Carnegie organization as an example. Cosmologie l' univers avant le Big Bang. CERN Multimedia. L' Univers dans une coquille de noix. Centennial History of the Carnegie Institution of Washington. Foreword Richard A. Meserve; Acknowledgements; Prologue; Part I. Before the Beginning : 1. A telegram; 2. The origin of a name; 3.
Three observatories for Mount Wilson before the real one; 4. Creation of the Observatory and the First Scientific Results: 5. The instruments of detection: solar telescopes, coelostats, spectrographs and spectra; 6.
Snow, hale, frost and gale: just the right people to study storms on the sun; 7. Tower telescopes and magnetic fields and cycles; 8. Pioneers of peering: the scientific staff in the early years ; 9. Solar physics: the intermediate years ; Yet more solar physics: motions on the surface, clocks in the gravity field and the reality of prominences; Part III.
The coming of the inch and inch reflectors; Life on the mountain; Anatomy of an observatory; Part IV. Galactic structure in the raw; Spectral classification and the invention of spectroscopic parallaxes; Radial velocity; Globular star clusters and the galactocentric revolution; Galactic rotation: Stromberg, Lindblad and Oort; Absolute magnitudes from direct parallaxes and stellar motions; Threads leading to the population concept that became the fabric of evolution; Part V.
Physics of the Stars and the Interstellar Medium: Five problems in astrophysics; Long-term research associates and short-term visitors; Interstellar gas, instruments and the spiral arms of the galaxy; Part VI. Observational Cosmology and the Code of Stellar Evolution: Observational cosmology I: galaxy classification and the discovery of cepheids; Observational cosmology II: the expansion of the.
Supernovae are essential to understanding the chemical evolution of the universe. Type Ia supernovae also provide the most powerful observational tool currently available for studying the expansion history of the universe and the nature of dark energy. Our basic knowledge of supernovae comes from the study of their photometric and spectroscopic properties. Similarly, there are relatively few supernovae whose spectral evolution has been well sampled, both in wavelength and phase, with precise spectrophotometric observations. During a 5 year program that began in September, we expect to obtain high-precision u'g'r'i'BVYJHKs light curves and optical spectrophotometry for about supernovae of all types.
In this paper we provide a detailed description of the CSP survey observing and data reduction methodology. In addition, we present preliminary photometry and spectra obtained for a few representative supernovae during the first observing campaign. This contribution describes the isophotal analysis of the broadband BVRI optical imaging component of the project. We pay close attention to sky subtraction, which is particularly challenging for some of the large galaxies in our sample. Extensive crosschecks with internal and external data confirm that our calibration and sky subtraction techniques are robust with respect to the quoted measurement uncertainties.
We present a uniform catalog of one-dimensional radial profiles of surface brightness and geometric parameters, as well as integrated colors and color gradients. Composite profiles highlight the tremendous diversity of brightness distributions found in disk galaxies and their dependence on Hubble type. A significant fraction of S0 and spiral galaxies exhibit non-exponential profiles in their outer regions. We perform Fourier decomposition of the isophotes to quantify non-axisymmetric deviations in the light distribution. The databases assembled here and in Paper I lay the foundation for forthcoming scientific applications of CGS.
Terra Cognita: Graduate Students in the Archives. This article chronicles the experiences of four New Zealand kindergarten teachers who, between and , were individually awarded Carnegie Corporation of New York Travel Fellowships to undertake an academic year of advanced study at the progressive Teachers College at Columbia University in New York and to visit educational provisions in…. Burns, Christopher R. We introduce a new light-curve parameter very similar to stretch that is better suited for fast-declining events, and find that these peculiar types can be seen as extensions to the population of 'normal' SNe Ia.
With a larger number of objects, an updated fit to the Lira relation is presented along with evidence for a dependence on the late-time slope of the B — V light-curves with stretch and color. Copernicus Astronomical Center, ul. The observations cover a range of phases from 12 days before to over days after the time of B-band maximum light. With the addition of near-maximum spectra from the literature, we study the diversity among SNe Ia in a quantitative manner. For that purpose, spectroscopic parameters are employed such as expansion velocities from spectral line blueshifts and pseudo-equivalent widths pW.
The values of those parameters at maximum light are obtained for 78 objects, thus providing a characterization of SNe Ia that may help to improve our understanding of the properties of the exploding systems and the thermonuclear flame propagation.
Two objects, namely, SNe M and is, stand out from the sample by showing peculiar Si II and S II velocities but otherwise standard velocities for the rest of the ions. We further study the correlations between spectroscopic and photometric parameters such as light-curve decline rate and color. In agreement with previous studies, we find that the pW of Si II absorption features are very good indicators of light-curve decline rate.
The photometric data continue to favor low values of R V , though with large variations from event to event, indicating an intrinsic distribution. We confirm the findings of other groups that there appears to be a correlation between the derived reddening law, R V , and the color excess, E B — V , such that larger E B — V tends to favor lower R V.
The intrinsic u-band colors show a relatively large scatter that cannot be explained by variations in R V or by the Goobar power-law for circumstellar dust, but rather is correlated with spectroscopic features of the supernova and is therefore likely due to metallicity effects. A review of: Mellon , Constance A. Full Text Available Objective — To better understand the feelings of college freshmen engaged in their first research project using an academic library. Setting — A medium-sized public university in the southeastern United States. Subjects — Students in freshman English courses.
Methods — English instructors assigned students to maintain search journals in which the students recorded a detailed description of their research process and the feelings they experienced while conducting research. In addition, students had to write an end-of- semester, in-class essay in which they discussed their initial reactions to the research project and how their feelings evolved over the semester.
Spurred by the question of why students did not seek help from their professors or a librarian, Mellon re-examined the data and uncovered two additional prevalent feelings. Most students tended to believe that their fellow students did not share their lack of library skills. They were ashamed of what they considered their own inadequacy and were, therefore, unwilling to reveal it by asking for assistance Une invitation au voyage dans l' univers. High-Assurance Spiral. Approved for Public Release; Distribution Unlimited.
Service-learning has a longstanding history in higher education in and includes three main tenets: academic learning, meaningful community service, and civic learning. The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching created an elective classification system called the Carnegie Community Engagement Classification for higher education…. A Long Shadow: Frederick P. Keppel's career is important to historians of education because interwar Carnegie initiatives, articulated through the Corporation's Dominions and Colonies Fund and Teachers College, Columbia University, internationalised American educational theories and….
The Carnegie Corporation's role as a patron of the behavioral sciences has been overlooked; its support for the behavioral sciences not only began earlier than the Ford Foundation's but was also at least equally important to their success. In each of these projects, Carnegie deliberately muted its own role and promoted the remade SSRC as a major advocate for the behavioral sciences.
Many speech communication educators and researchers look upon Dale Carnegie 's public speaking course with derision for its methods as well as its motives. A comparison of Carnegie 's course with university courses in speech communication reveals a number of differences between the two, which in part explains this attitude.
Carnegie began his course…. Data were collected by the US Coast Guard Data were collected by the Carnegie Challenge. The goal of Carnegie "Challenge" papers is to lift up ideas and issues in a way that elevates them to the nation's agenda. This paper is a "Challenge" paper, and serves as a call to realize the full power of the Common Core by redesigning and reshaping schools to support teachers and maximize key resources, rather than…. Carnegie Results.
The Science Posse program at Brandeis University aims to increase the recruitment and retention of students from disadvantaged and underrepresented backgrounds in STEM science, technology, engineering and mathematics disciplines. A grant from Carnegie Corporation helped support the development of the program, which has brought 50 students from…. Peace through History? In the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace published a volume investigating the teaching of school history in former belligerent states in Europe. The project sought to reconcile former enemies through mutual understanding and educational exchange and reflected a widely held belief that although the military conflict had finished, its….
This chapter describes the impact that participation in the Carnegie Classification for Community Engagement had on the institutions of higher learning that applied for the classification. This is described in terms of changes in direct community engagement, monitoring and reporting on community engagement, and levels of student and professor…. In , the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching CFAT stirred the higher education world with the announcement of a new classification for institutions that engage with community.
The classification, community engagement, is the first in a set of planned classification schemes resulting from the foundation's reexamination of the…. This paper examines the significance of the Dominion and Colonies Fund under the presidency of Frederick Paul Keppel and details ways in which the Carnegie Corporation worked to internationalize American educational theories and practices.
It challenges previous scholarship claims that grants made were largely extensions of the Corporation's…. This case was developed as part of a doctoral course for educational administration students who were specializing in K educational administration. It could be used in a leadership, special education, or policy course for future school leaders or teachers. Currently, most educational institutions use Carnegie Units to structure how students….
Carnegie Math Pathways Research Brief. The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching's Math Pathways seek to improve outcomes for community college students who take remedial math courses. They are designed to support students to achieve the necessary math…. This study was performed to document the strategies and methods used by successful applicants for the Carnegie Community Engagement Classification and to document the cultural shifts connected with the application process and receipt of the Classification.
Four major findings emerged: 1 Applicants benefited from a team approach; 2 …. The combination of " Carnegie Learning Curricula and Cognitive Tutor[R] Software" merges algebra textbooks with interactive software developed around an artificial intelligence model that identifies strengths and weaknesses in an individual student's mastery of mathematical concepts. The software customizes prompts to focus on areas in…. Si tu devais me dessiner l' Univers.
Les chercheurs sont-ils des personnes comme les autres? Pourquoi les lois de la physique ne changent-elles pas? Peut-on attraper les particules? Einstein dans l' Univers - French version only. The carnegie protein trap library: a versatile tool for Drosophila developmental studies. Metazoan physiology depends on intricate patterns of gene expression that remain poorly known.
Using transposon mutagenesis in Drosophila, we constructed a library of protein trap and enhancer trap lines, the Carnegie collection, to facilitate gene expression mapping at single-cell resolution. By sequencing the genomic insertion sites, determining splicing patterns downstream of the enhanced green fluorescent protein EGFP exon, and analyzing expression patterns in the ovary and salivary gland, we found that different genes are trapped in our collection.
A core set of lines trapped different identifiable protein isoforms, while insertions likely to act as GFP-enhancer traps were found in additional genes. At least 8 novel genes were also identified. Our results demonstrate that the Carnegie collection will be useful as a discovery tool in diverse areas of cell and developmental biology and suggest new strategies for greatly increasing the coverage of the Drosophila proteome with protein trap insertions.
Application of Carnegie stages of development to unify human and baboon ultrasound findings early in pregnancy. The objective of this study was to determine if very early ultrasonographic measurements obtained from human and baboon are comparable. Ultrasonographic measurements from both species were then plotted in the same graph using Carnegie stages of embryonic development as the independent variable to allow for visual comparisons.
Mean gestational age at ultrasonographic studies was significantly different for humans and baboons The findings that embryonic CRL, extra-embryonic space and heart rate are very similar between the 17th and 23rd Carnegie developmental stages make the baboon a promising surrogate of human pregnancy for investigations using celocentesis. Enacting the Carnegie Foundation call for reform of medical school and residency.
On the th anniversary of the Flexner Report, the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching published a new study of medical education. This study, titled Educating Physicians: A Call for Reform of Medical Schools and Residency Programs, contained four primary recommendations intended to stimulate innovation and improvement in medical education.
In this article, the authors examined the ways others have applied the four recommendations from Educating Physicians within and beyond medical education. In their review of publications citing the Carnegie work, they found that the recommendation for integration was addressed most frequently, often through descriptions of integration of curricular content in undergraduate medical education.
The recommendation to focus on professional identity formation was the second most frequently addressed, followed by standardization and individualization, then inquiry, innovation, and improvement. The publications related to these latter three recommendations tended to be conceptual rather than descriptive or empirical. Publications spanned the continuum of medical education from medical school to residency to physicians in practice and even into other fields, but undergraduate medical education received the most attention.
The authors discuss common themes among the citing publications and highlight opportunities for further discussion and innovation. Many exciting developments have occurred in medical education and beyond since the publication of Educating Physicians in Thus far, most of the publications citing the Carnegie recommendations describe incremental changes in medical education, particularly in the area of integration.
Some of the conceptual work around these recommendations, coupled with a variety of external factors such as changes in health care and accreditation systems, suggests the potential for changes that are more transformative in nature. The archives of the Department of Terrestrial Magnetism DTM of the Carnegie Institution of Washington document more than a century of geophysical and astronomical investigations.
Primary source materials available for historical research include field and laboratory notebooks, equipment designs, plans for observatories and research vessels, scientists' correspondence, and thousands of expedition and instrument photographs. Yet despite its history, DTM long lacked a systematic approach to managing its documentary heritage.
A preliminary records survey conducted in identified more than 1, linear feet of historically-valuable records languishing in dusty, poorly-accessible storerooms. Intellectual control at that time was minimal. With support from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission, the " Carnegie Legacy Project" was initiated in to preserve, organize, and facilitate access to DTM's archival records, as well as those of the Carnegie Institution's administrative headquarters and Geophysical Laboratory.
Professional archivists were hired to process the year backlog of records. Policies and procedures were established to ensure that all work conformed to national archival standards.
Records were appraised, organized, and rehoused in acid-free containers, and finding aids were created for the project web site. Historic photographs and documents were digitized for online exhibitions to raise awareness of the archives among researchers and the general public. The success of the Legacy Project depended on collaboration between archivists, librarians, historians, data specialists, and scientists. This presentation will discuss key aspects funding, staffing, preservation, access, outreach of the Legacy Project and is aimed at personnel in observatories, research.
Le jardin des particules l' Univers tel que le voient les physiciens. Que savons-nous de l' Univers? Immigration et crise d'identite dans l' Univers Romanesque de Sami Immigration et crise d'identite dans l' Univers Romanesque de Sami Tchak. It is established that Sami Tchak takes profound interest in projecting and handling the themes of immigration and identity crisis in his novelistic world.
Periconceptional maternal one-carbon biomarkers are associated with embryonic development according to the Carnegie stages. Is periconceptional maternal one-carbon I-C metabolism associated with embryonic morphological development in non-malformed ongoing pregnancies? Serum vitamin B12, red blood cell RBC folate and plasma total homocysteine tHcy are associated with embryonic development according to the Carnegie stages. Derangements in maternal I-C metabolism affect reproductive and pregnancy outcomes, as well as future health of the offspring.
Between and , women with singleton ongoing pregnancies were enrolled in a prospective periconceptional cohort study. Carnegie stages were defined using internal and external morphologic criteria in a virtual reality system. Maternal venous blood samples were collected at enrollment for serum vitamin B12, RBC folate and plasma tHcy assessment.
Associations between biomarker concentrations and longitudinal Carnegie stages were investigated using linear mixed models. We performed a median of three 3D US scans per pregnancy range resulting in good quality data sets for the Carnegie stage annotation Johnson, William S. During the early twentieth century, Alvin Johnson and William S.
Learned produced two separate but related studies relative to the donations of the Carnegie Corporation of New York CCNY to public library construction. These reports became means for the planned disassociation of the philanthropic organization from its historical relationship with…. This study analyzes the requirements and preferences of science, technology, engineering, and math STEM academic librarian positions in the United States as advertised in This analysis compares the STEM background experience preferences with the Carnegie rankings of the employing institution.
The research examines the extent to which…. The projects are the following: 1 building community participation in health care at Lake Kenyatta; 2 the role of community education in disease control among the Turkana people at…. Ce que le LHC peut nous apprendre. Le LHC pourrait nous permettre de voir les vibrations de la "substance" du vide, qu'on appelle les particules 'de Higgs'. A basic description of the LHC Collider and its operating parameters, such as its energy, currents, bunch structure and luminosity, as well as variations on these parameters, will be given.
Furthermore, the optics foreseen for the experimental insertions, the sources and intensities of beam losses and the running-in scenarios for the various phases of operation will be discussed. A second module will cover the specific requirements and expectations of each experiment in terms of the layout of experiment With the advent of information and communication technology, many Ambient Assisted Living AAL solutions are being proposed to increase the quality of life of elderly people and reduce health and social care costs.
This paper presents the b All-in-one 3D printed microscopy chamber for multidimensional imaging, the Univer Slide. While live 3D high resolution microscopy techniques are developing rapidly, their use for biological applications is partially hampered by practical difficulties such as the lack of a versatile sample chamber.
Here, we propose the design of a multi-usage observation chamber adapted for live 3D bio-imaging. We show the usefulness and practicality of this chamber, which we named the Univer Slide, for live imaging of two case examples, namely multicellular systems encapsulated in sub-millimeter hydrogel shells and zebrafish larvae. We also demonstrate its versatility and compatibility with all microscopy devices by using upright or inverted microscope configurations after loading the Univer Slide with fixed or living samples.
The frame of the Univer Slide is fabricated using a stereolithography 3D printer, has the size of a microscopy slide, is autoclavable and sealed with a removable lid, which makes it suitable for use in a controlled culture environment. We describe in details how to build this chamber and we provide all the files necessary to print the different pieces in the lab.
Est-il unique? All Rights Reserved. This material is based DidFail: Coverage and Precision Enhancement. Defense under Contract No. Calls for reform of medical education by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching: and The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, which in helped stimulate the transformation of North American medical education with the publication of the Flexner Report, has a venerated place in the history of American medical education.
Within a decade following Flexner's report, a strong scientifically oriented and rigorous form of medical education became well established; its structures and processes have changed relatively little since. However, the forces of change are again challenging medical education, and new calls for reform are emerging. In , the Carnegie Foundation will issue another report, Educating Physicians: A Call for Reform of Medical School and Residency, that calls for 1 standardizing learning outcomes and individualizing the learning process, 2 promoting multiple forms of integration, 3 incorporating habits of inquiry and improvement, and 4 focusing on the progressive formation of the physician's professional identity.
The authors, who wrote the Carnegie report, trace the seeds of these themes in Flexner's work and describe their own conceptions of them, addressing the prior and current challenges to medical education as well as recommendations for achieving excellence. The authors hope that the new report will generate the same excitement about educational innovation and reform of undergraduate and graduate medical education as the Flexner Report did a century ago.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration — ProtoInnovations, LLC and Carnegie Mellon University have formed a partnership to commercially develop localization and mapping technologies for planetary rovers The Carnegie -Irvine Galaxy Survey. Statistical Study of Bars and Buckled Bars. Simulations have shown that bars are subject to a vertical buckling instability that transforms thin bars into boxy or peanut-shaped structures, but the physical conditions necessary for buckling to occur are not fully understood.
We use the large sample of local disk galaxies in the Carnegie -Irvine Galaxy Survey to examine the incidence of bars and buckled bars across the Hubble sequence. We find that the barred and unbarred disks show similar distributions in these physical parameters. These results suggest that bars are more difficult to grow in massive disks that are dynamically hotter than low-mass disks. However, once a bar forms, it can easily buckle in the massive disks, where a deeper potential can sustain the vertical resonant orbits.
We also find a probable buckling bar candidate ESO G that could provide further clues to understand the timescale of the buckling process. The Carnegie Supernova Project I. Photometry data release of low-redshift stripped-envelope supernovae. Stritzinger, M. The first phase of the Carnegie Supernova Project CSP-I was a dedicated supernova follow-up program based at the Las Campanas Observatory that collected science data of young, low-redshift supernovae between and Presented in this paper is the CSP-I photometric data release of low-redshift stripped-envelope core-collapse supernovae.
The data consist of optical uBgVri photometry of 34 objects, with a subset of 26 having near-infrared YJH photometry. Twenty objects have optical pre-maximum coverage with a subset of 12 beginning at least five days prior to the epoch of B-band maximum brightness. In the near-infrared, 17 objects have pre-maximum observations with a subset of 14 beginning at least five days prior to the epoch of J-band maximum brightness. Analysis of this photometric data release is presented in companion papers focusing on techniques to estimate host-galaxy extinction and the light-curve and progenitor star properties of the sample.
The analysis of an accompanying visual-wavelength spectroscopy sample of spectra will be the subject of a future paper. Based on observations collected at Las Campanas Observatory. Stritzinger, Maximilian D. Presented here is the second data release of nearby SN Ia photometry consisting of 50 objects, with a subset of 45 having near-infrared follow-up observations. Thirty-three objects have optical pre-maximum coverage with a subset of 15 beginning at least five days before maximum light. In the near-infrared, 27 objects have coverage beginning before the epoch of B-band maximum, with a subset of 13 beginning at least five days before maximum.
However, working with NIR observed and i-band rest-frame photometry presents unique challenges and has necessitated the development of a new set of observational tools in order to reduce and analyze both the low-z and high-z CSP sample. We also present two methods for determining the distances to the hosts of SN Ia events.
A larger sample of 30 low-z SNe Ia in the Hubble flow is used to calibrate these methods. We then apply the method and derive distances to seven galaxies that are so nearby that their motions are not dominated by the Hubble flow. Contreras, Carlos; Phillips, M. Here we present the first release of photometric data that contains the optical light curves of 35 SNe Ia, and near-infrared light curves for a subset of 25 events. Twenty-eight SNe have pre-maximum data, and for 15 of these, the observations begin at least 5 days before B maximum.
This is one of the most accurate data sets of low-redshift SNe Ia published to date. When completed, the CSP data set will constitute a fundamental reference for precise determinations of cosmological parameters, and serve as a rich resource for comparison with models of SNe Ia. Freedman, Wendy L. The Carnegie Supernova Project CSP is designed to measure the luminosity distance for Type Ia supernovae SNe Ia as a function of redshift, and to set observational constraints on the dark energy contribution to the total energy content of the universe.
The CSP differs from other projects to date in its goal of providing an I-band rest-frame Hubble diagram. Here, we present the first results from near-infrared observations obtained using the Magellan Baade telescope for SNe Ia with 0. The largest source of systematic uncertainty on w arises from uncertainties in the photometric calibration, signaling the importance of securing more accurate photometric calibrations for future supernova cosmology programs. Understanding and disentangling these effects is critical for minimizing the systematic uncertainties in future SN Ia cosmology studies.
We analyse four colours B - V, u - g, g - r, and g - Y and find that SN II colour curves can be described by two linear regimes during the photospheric phase. The two slopes correlate in the sense that steeper initial colour curves also imply steeper colour curves at later phases. As suggested by recent studies, SNe II form a continuous population of objects from the colour point of view as well. We investigate correlations between the observed colours and a range of photometric and spectroscopic parameters including the absolute magnitude, the V-band light-curve slopes, and metal-line strengths.
We find that less luminous SNe II appear redder, a trend that we argue is not driven by uncorrected host-galaxy reddening. While there is significant dispersion, we find evidence that redder SNe II mainly at early epochs display stronger metal-line equivalent widths. Host-galaxy reddening does not appear to be a dominant parameter, neither driving observed trends nor dominating the dispersion in observed colours. Intrinsic SN II colours are most probably dominated by photospheric temperature differences, with progenitor metallicity possibly playing a minor role.
Such temperature differences could be related to differences in progenitor radius, together with the presence or absence of circumstellar material close to the progenitor stars. Sneden, Christopher; Preston, George W. No bona fide RRc stars known to us have verified heavy-element overabundances. However, carbon is not enhanced in these three stars, and we conclude that their elevated n-capture abundances have not been generated in interior neutron-capture nucleosynthesis.
An apparent dearth of metal-rich RRc is probably a statistical fluke. Finally, we show that RRc stars have a similar inverse period—metallicity relationship as has been found for RRab stars. The current climatic mean state of the EEP is characterized by cool sea surface temperatures SST and a strong, shallow thermocline. Nevertheless, there remains significant uncertainty about past changes in tropical Pacific climate and how ENSO variability relates to the millennial-scale climate events of the last deglaciation. Initial results reveal a 1.
The surface ocean subsequently cools from 6 kyrs and reaches present-day temperatures by 3. The subsurface reveals a nearly monotonic cooling of 1. Furthermore, an increase in the vertical temperature gradient occurs from the late- to mid-Holocene, with the sharpest temperature difference centered at 6 kyrs, coincident with the mid-Holocene peak in SSTs.
Taken together, these data suggest a gradual shoaling of the thermocline across the Holocene, with the variations in SST primarily governing the intensity of the vertical temperature gradient. Future work includes extending this record back to the last glacial maximum LGM to assess tropical Pacific mean state change across the abrupt climate events that characterized the last deglaciation. Recent data processing advances have increased the call for dense recordings of teleseismic data.
However, traditional broadband field installations typically comprise 1 a sensor vault 2 a field box to hold the recording and power systems, and 3 a solar panel mount. The construction of these installations is time consuming and requires bulky construction materials, limiting the number of stations that can be installed from a single vehicle without repeated trips to a storage facility. Depending on the deployment location, watertight containers for both vault and field box can be difficult to find, resulting in a loss of data due to flooding.
Recent technological improvements have made possible the direct burial of sensors no vault required and a reduction in the size of the solar panels needed to run a station. The goal of the Carnegie Quick Deploy Box QDB is to have everything needed for an intermediate period station install except battery and shovel contained in a single box for shipment, and to be able to leave everything except the shovel in that box when the station is deployed.
Analysis of stripped-envelope supernova light curves. Taddia, F. The exact nature of their progenitors is a matter of debate with several lines of evidence pointing towards intermediate mass Minit Carnegie Supernova Project CSP-I that are unparalleled in terms of photometric accuracy and wavelength range. Light-curve parameters are estimated through the fits of an analytical function and trends are searched for among the resulting fit parameters. Making use of the full set of optical and near-IR photometry, combined with robust host-galaxy extinction corrections, comprehensive bolometric light curves are constructed and compared to both analytic and hydrodynamical models.
This analysis finds consistent results among the two different modeling techniques and from the hydrodynamical models we obtained ejecta masses of 1. We also find that adopting He I and O I line velocities to infer the expansion velocity in He-rich and He-poor SNe, respectively, provides ejecta masses relatively similar to those obtained by using the Fe II line velocities, although the use of Fe II as a diagnostic does imply higher explosion energies.
Furthermore, our hydrodynamical modeling of the. Giant piston core CDH m depth, When spliced together with companion multicore MCA 0. A new age model utilizing Bayesian analysis of 17 N. The CP C. Establishing the stratigraphy of the CP record provides the first step towards a more thorough and extended analysis of. A 3D reconstruction of pancreas development in the human embryos during embryonic period Carnegie stages The goal in this paper was to rebuild a three dimensional 3D reconstruction of the dorsal and ventral pancreatic buds, in the human embryos, at Carnegie stages The early development of the pancreas is studied by tissue observation and reconstruction by a computer-assisted method, using a light micrograph images from consecutive serial sagittal sections diameter 7 microm of ten human embryos ranging from Carnegie stages , CRL mm, fixed, dehydrated and embedded in paraffin, were stained alternately with haematoxylin-eosin or Heindenhain'Azan.
The serial views were aligned automatically by software, manual alignment was performed, the data were analysed following segmentation and threshold. The two buds were clearly identified at stage In stage 16, both pancreatic buds were in final position, and begin to merge in stage From stage 18 to the stage 23, surrounding connective tissue differentiated. In the stage 23, the morphology of the pancreas was definitive. The superior portion of the anterior face of the pancreas's head was arising from the dorsal bud.
The rest of the head including the uncinate process emanated from the ventral bud. The 3D computer-assisted reconstruction of the human pancreas visualized the relationships between the two pancreatic buds. This explains the disposition and the modality of the components fusion. This embryologic development permits a better understanding of congenital abnormalities. Modeling man: the monkey colony at the Carnegie Institution of Washington's Department of Embryology, Though better recognized for its immediate endeavors in human embryo research, the Carnegie Department of Embryology also employed a breeding colony of rhesus macaques for the purposes of studying human reproduction.
This essay follows the course of the first enterprise in maintaining a primate colony for laboratory research and the overlapping scientific, social, and political circumstances that tolerated and cultivated the colony's continued operation from until Despite a new-found priority for reproductive sciences in the United States, by the early s an unfertilized human ovum had not yet been seen and even the timing of ovulation remained unresolved.
Progress would require an organized research approach that could extend beyond the limitations of working with scant and inherently restrictive human subjects or with common lab mammals like mice. In response, the Department of Embryology, under the Carnegie Institution of Washington CIW , instituted a novel methodology using a particular primate species as a surrogate in studying normal human reproductive physiology. Over more than 40 years the monkey colony followed an unpremeditated trajectory that would contribute fundamentally to discoveries in human reproduction, early embryo development, reliable birth control methods, and to the establishment of the rhesus macaque as a common model organism.
Avec ce dossier, faites le point sur les grandes questions actuelles de la cosmologie. Stevens, R. Galloway , T. Lecture Notes in. As one of the institutions being studied was considering a shift from a research institution to one more focused on teaching and learning, this study used…. The Carnegie Supernova Project. The sample consists of Type.
Ia SNe, 5 Type Since the award's creation in , it has helped the public to better understand…. In 21 reports issued over the span of almost six years, the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education has made available a massive resource of information for policymakers in colleges and universities, government agencies, and philanthropic and business organizations.
The Commission has also offered nearly individual recommendations for…. The article also addresses the website redesign implemented to highlight the tutorials and improve user engagement with JCEC online resources. Grant monies made it possible for a Digital Outreach Librarian to create a series of tutorials with the purpose of providing job-related assistance beyond the JCEC in the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh—Main location. Benchmarking, planning, implementation, and assessment are addressed.
A set of best practices for all libraries public, academic, school, special are presented. Best practices are applicable to tutorials created with software other than Camtasia, the software used by the JCEC project. Impact of aerosols, dust, water vapor and clouds on fair weather PG and implications for the Carnegie curve. We studied the impact of anthropogenic aerosols, fine mode natural aerosols, Saharan dust, atmospheric water vapor, cloud fraction, cloud optical depth and cloud top height on the magnitude of fair weather PG at the rural station of Xanthi.
All of the above parameteres were found to impact fair weather PG magnitude. Regarding aerosols, the impact was larger for Saharan dust and fine mode natural aerosols whereas regarding clouds the impact was larger for cloud fraction while less than that of aerosols. Water vapour and ice precipitable water were also found to influence fair weather PG.
Since aerosols and water are ubiquitous in the atmosphere and exhibit large spatial and temporal variability, we postulate that our understanding of the Carnegie curve might need revision. Ovarian ectopic pregnancy: diagnosis, treatment, correlation to Carnegie stage 16 and review based on a clinical case. To present a case of a vital ectopic pregnancy after 8 weeks that was located in the right ovary.
Case study and literature review. Hospital outpatient clinic. A year-old primigravida presented with lower abdominal pain and mild vaginal bleeding at 8 weeks after her last menstrual period. Wedge resection of the ovary which did not affect subsequent fertility. Conservative treatment options and preservation of patient's reproductive capacity. The embryo was laparoscopically removed in toto and visualized. Therefore, macroscopic correlation to Carnegie stage 16 of development was possible. Preoperative diagnosis of this extremely rare condition is challenging, because the ectopic tumor often resembles cysts of the corpus luteum.
At surgery, the trophoblast tissue or the embryo can rarely be visualized completely. Telles sont quelques-unes des questions que ce livre aborde. Age determination enhanced by embryonic foot bud and foot plate measurements in relation to Carnegie stages, and the influence of maternal cigarette smoking. Embryonic age was evaluated by vaginal ultrasound measurements and by post-termination foot length and compared with the Carnegie stages.
In embryos and fetuses aged days p. We found a significant linear correlation between foot length and age. Morphology of the feet was compared visually with the Carnegie collection, and we found that the mean ages of the two Du Burger-King au pavillon. Elahi, Pascal J. Subhaloes follow power-law cumulative mass and velocity functions, i. The halo-to-halo scatter in amplitude is 0. High cadence tracking shows subhaloes are dynamic residents, with 25 per cent leaving their host halo momentarily, becoming a backsplash subhalo, and another 20 per cent changing hosts entirely, in agreement with previous studies.
These catalogues will be made publicly available. Kadow, C. Freva runs on high performance computers to handle customizable evaluation systems of research projects, institutes or universities. It combines different software technologies into one common hybrid infrastructure, including all features present in the shell and web environment.
Freva indexes different data projects into one common search environment by storing the meta data information of the self-describing model, reanalysis and observational data sets in a database. This implemented meta data system with its advanced but easy-to-handle search tool supports users, developers and their plugins to retrieve the required information.
A generic application programming interface API allows scientific developers to connect their analysis tools with the evaluation system independently of the programming language used. Users of the evaluation techniques benefit from the common interface of the evaluation system without any need to understand the different scripting languages.
The integrated web-shell shellinabox adds a degree of freedom in the choice of the working environment and can be used as a gate to the research projects HPC. Plugins are able to integrate their e. This allows e. Additionally, the history and configuration sub-system stores every analysis performed with the evaluation system in a database. Configurations and results of the tools can be shared among scientists via shell or web system. Furthermore, if configurations match. Facilitation of the provision and usage of tools and climate data automatically increases the number of scientists working with the data sets and identifying discrepancies.
Feedback from Pay-As-You-Drive insurance, both outside and inside the car. These customers could be classified under three main headings; car. A new ontology structured hierarchy of human developmental anatomy for the first 7 weeks Carnegie stages This paper describes a new ontology of human developmental anatomy covering the first 49 days [ Carnegie stages CS ], primarily structured around the parts of organ systems and their development.
The ontology includes more than anatomical entities AEs that range from the whole embryo, through organ systems and organ parts down to simple or leaf tissues groups of cells with the same morphological phenotype , as well as features such as cavities. The relationships enable these facts to be integrated into a single, complex hierarchy or mathematical graph that was made and can be viewed in the OBO-Edit browser oboedit.
It is also a knowledge resource: a user can trace the lineage of any tissue back to the egg, study the changes in cell phenotype that occur as a tissue develops, and use the structure to add further e. The ontology may be downloaded from www. Queries and corrections should be sent to j. Technological advances in the field of biological imaging now allow multi-modal studies of human embryo anatomy.
All images were acquired using 2D transverse, sagittal and coronal and 3D sequences, either T1-weighted or T2-weighted. This morphological noninvasive imaging method coupled with other techniques already reported seems to offer new perspectives to descriptive studies of human embryology. Ultra-faint dwarf galaxies UFDs are the faintest known galaxies, and due to their incredibly low surface brightness, it is difficult to find them beyond the Local Group.
The new galaxy is located at a projected radius of 55 kpc in the south-east of NGC Resolved stars in this galaxy are consistent with being mostly metal-poor red giant branch RGB stars. Applying the tip of the RGB method to the mean magnitude of the two brightest RGB stars, we estimate the distance to this galaxy, Fornax UFD1 is probably a member of the Fornax cluster. These observations are associated with programs and Methods to estimate host-galaxy reddening of stripped-envelope supernovae. We aim to improve upon contemporary methods to estimate host-galaxy reddening of stripped-envelope SE supernovae SNe.
To this end the Carnegie Supernova Project CSP-I SE SN photometry data release, consisting of nearly three dozen objects, is used to identify a minimally reddened sub-sample for each traditionally defined spectroscopic sub-type i. This motivated the construction of intrinsic color-curve templates, which when compared to the colors of reddened SE SNe, yields an entire suite of optical and NIR color excess measurements. In the case of the SE SNe with relatively low amounts of reddening, a preferred value of RVhost is adopted for each sub-type, resulting in estimates of AVhost through Fitzpatrick reddening law model fits to the observed color excess measurements.
Our analysis suggests SE SNe reside in galaxies characterized by a range of dust properties. The later finding is consistent with work in the literature suggesting SNe Ic tend to occur in regions of on-going star formation. Description and methodology. Kelson, Daniel D. By defining a flux-limited sample of galaxies in Spitzer Infrared Array Camera 3. This first paper provides an overview of the survey selection, observations, processing of the photometry and spectrophotometry. We also describe the processing of the data: new methods of fitting synthetic templates of spectral energy distributions are used to derive redshifts, stellar masses, emission line luminosities, and coarse information on recent star formation.
Our unique methodology for analyzing low-dispersion spectra taken with multilayer prisms in IMACS, combined with panchromatic photometry from the ultraviolet to the IR, has yielded high-quality redshifts for 43, galaxies in our first 5.
We use three different approaches to estimate our redshift errors and find robust agreement. Over the full range of 3. Notably, our low-dispersion spectroscopy and analysis yields comparable redshift uncertainties and success rates for both red and blue galaxies, largely eliminating color-based systematics that can seriously bias observed dependencies of galaxy evolution on environment. Reliable age determination of first-trimester human embryos and fetuses is an important parameter for clinical use and basic science.
Age determination by ultrasound or morphometric parameters of embryos weeks post conception p. Data on whether and how maternal smoking and alcohol consumption influence embryonic and fetal foot growth is also lacking. Embryonic tissue from first-trimester legal abortions aged days p. All women answered a questionnaire concerning smoking and drinking habits, and delivered a urine sample for cotinine analysis.
Foot bud and foot plate were defined and measured as foot length in embryos aged days p. Morphology of the feet was compared visually with the Carnegie collection, and we found that the mean ages of the two collections correlated well. Foot length was independent of gender, Environmental Tobacco Smoke, maternal smoking and alcohol consumption. Foot length correlated linearly to embryonic and foetal age, and was unaffected by gender, ETS, maternal smoking and alcohol consumption. Developmental anatomy of the liver from computerized three-dimensional reconstructions of four human embryos from Carnegie stage 14 to Some aspects of human embryogenesis and organogenesis remain unclear, especially concerning the development of the liver and its vasculature.
The purpose of this study was to investigate, from a descriptive standpoint, the evolutionary morphogenesis of the human liver and its vasculature by computerized three-dimensional reconstructions of human embryos. Serial histological sections of four human embryos at successive stages of development belonging to three prestigious French historical collections were digitized and reconstructed in 3D using software commonly used in medical radiology.
Manual segmentation of the hepatic anatomical regions of interest was performed section by section. In this study, human liver organogenesis was examined at Carnegie stages 14, 18, 21 and Using a descriptive and an analytical method, we showed that these stages correspond to the implementation of the large hepatic vascular patterns the portal system, the hepatic artery and the hepatic venous system and the biliary system. To our knowledge, our work is the first descriptive morphological study using 3D computerized reconstructions from serial histological sections of the embryonic development of the human liver between Carnegie stages 14 and All rights reserved.
We performed a morphometric study of cardiac development on human embryos to complement the scarce data on human embryonic cardiac morphometry and to attempt to establish, from these, algorithms describing cardiac growth during the second month of gestation. Thirty human embryos from Carnegie stages were included in the study. Shrinkage and compression effects from fixation and inclusion in paraffin were considered in our calculations.
Growth of the cardiac whole heart volume and volume of ventricular myocardium through the Carnegie stages were analysed by ANOVA. Linear correlation was used to describe the relationship between the ventricular myocardium and cardiac volumes. Comparisons of models were carried out through the R2 statistic. At a clinical level, these results can contribute towards the establishment of a normogram for cardiac development, useful for the design of strategies for early diagnosis of congenital heart disease.
They can also help in the study of embryogenesis, for example in the discussion of ventricular trabeculation. Copyright S. Karger AG, Basel. The Carnegie Hubble Program. As part of this program, we are currently obtaining 3. We demonstrate that the mid-infrared period-luminosity relation for Cepheids at 3. We discuss the advantages of 3. We are undertaking three independent tests of the sensitivity of the mid-IR Cepheid Leavitt Law to metallicity, which when combined will allow a robust constraint on the effect.
Finally, we are providing a new mid-IR Tully-Fisher relation for spiral galaxies. Developing Effective Performance Measures. Automated Inspection of Aircraft. This report summarizes the development of a robotic system designed to assist aircraft inspectors by remotely deploying non-destructive inspection NDI sensors and acquiring, processing, and storing inspection data.
Carnegie Mellon University studie The long-term objectives of the Carnegie Mellon Fox Project are to improve the design and construction of systems software and to further the development of advanced programming language technology Fundamentals of Friction and Vapor Phase Lubrication. SEI Program Plans: Volume 1. Five-Year Strategic Plan. Volume 2. The Carnegie Mellon University team focused on extending their current cognitive architecture, ACT-R, to show how visual imagery, language, emotion and meta-cognition affect learning, memory, and reasoning Connected and autonomous vehicles vision.
Office by Carnegie Mellon University. Hodgins, Brad, Rickets. The Carnegie -Chicago Hubble Program. Hatt, Dylan; Beaton, Rachael L. IC is an isolated dwarf galaxy within the Local Group. Low foreground and internal extinction, low metallicity, and low crowding make it an invaluable testbed for the calibration of the local distance ladder. We compare our results to a body of recent publications on IC and find no statistically significant difference between the distances derived from Population I and II stars.
Presented as part of a dissertation to the Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics, The University of Chicago, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Ph. Computer Science Research Review Leveraging Relational Technology through Industry Partnerships. Carnegie Mellon University has leveraged its technological expertise with database management systems DBMS into joint technological and developmental partnerships with DBMS and application software vendors.
Carnegie 's relational database strategy, the strategy of partnerships and how they were formed, and how the partnerships are doing are…. Cellular proliferation in the urorectal septation complex of the human embryo at Carnegie stages a nuclear area-based morphometric analysis. In order to analyse the patterns of cellular proliferation both in the mesenchyme of the urorectal septum URS and in the adjacent territories posterior urogenital mesenchyme, anterior intestinal mesenchyme and cloacal folds mesenchyme , as well as their contribution to the process of cloacal division, a computer-assisted method was used to obtain the nuclear area of mesenchymal cells from camera lucida drawings of nuclear contours of selected sections of human embryos [ Carnegie stages CSs ].
Based on changes in the size of the nucleus during the cellular cycle, we considered proliferating cells in each territory to be those with a nuclear area over the 75th percentile. The URS showed increasing cell proliferation, with proliferation patterns that coincided closely with cloacal folds mesenchyme, and with less overall proliferation than urogenital and intestinal mesenchymes. Etudiant, MM. Rappelons que ce fut M.
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Ses lourds et sombres yeux, tout de braise et de soie Brillent hideusement lorsque passe une proie. Seul, je me connais. Seul, je sais ce que je suis. Je me couche, comme un chartreux, dans mon linceul. Je suis les animaux, les plantes et la mer. Depuis, M. La gorge est endormie et sombre encore. Mais soit! Ce soir, ils soupent chez Pluton. La Cithare. Les Tombeaux.
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Ne grave ni flambeau, ni colombe, ni fleur. Sur les champs nage au loin sa cendre bleue et brune. Le ressac lourd tonnait au bas du promontoire. Le Semeur de Cendres. Le Jardin Secret. Un songe immense et doux de sommeil et de mort… Oh! Alfred Vallette. Graves, nous nous taisons. Voici que les jardins de la nuit vont fleurir. Les lignes, les couleurs, les sons, deviennent vagues. Il est de clairs matins, de roses se coiffant. Douceur des yeux! Bras tendus au ciel! Grande Nuit! Seule, tu sais calmer les tourments inconnus De ceux que le mentir quotidien torture.
Sylvio Lazzari La Chambre blanche lait songer au Kinderscenen de Schumann. On trouve — comme le fait remarquer M. Les larmes sont en nous. Et les larmes aussi pleurent de nous quitter. Mon enfance, adieu mon enfance. Pas souffert? La Chambre blanche. Botrel est revenu au pays. Dame, oui! Chansons de la Fleur-de-Lys. Il faisait cependant un bien rude tangage! On sombre! Ce serait envoyer vers une mort certaine Cinq hommes pour le moins, cria le capitaine, Et je dois les garder pour le salut commun!
Elle en fait-y des malheureux, des malheureuses! Jamraes, H. Bataille, Ch. Pilon, G. Cazals, etc. Sans doute M. Paul Fort a refondu dans cette nouvelle. Cette fille, elle est morte, est morte dans ses amours. Les dryades craintives se groupent en buissons. Les sylvains, aux coteaux, gagnent les tournants brusques. Leurs cornes ont disparu comme des feux follets. Il tombe! Et les astres bourdonnent sous la ruche des cieux.
Roman de Louis XI. Et, en effet, M. Au pays du Bcrry. Les filles filent leurs quenouilles Ou bercent les petits berceaux. Maeterlinck, de M. Adam, etc. Ses premiers vers parurent en , dans La Conque de M. Pierre Louys. Le Sang parie. Sept heures. Y a-t-il des pardons pour les amours Qui imploreraient un retour?
Le Sang parle. Revenu en de Pile Bourbon, M. La nature se tait. Fleurs de Corail. Le Verbe surprit Rome en sa luxure immonde. Pourquoi laisser encor vos muses endormies? Marseille, En Passant. Pourtant vous laissez les jaloux Ravir quelque chose de vous A chaque mot cruel ou doux Que vous leur dites. Je suis triste tout simplement. Dans la cour une voix ravie Chante un refrain toujours pareil Sur la route toujours suivie.
Mon mal est fini comme un drame. Or, M. Silvestro entre autres. Plus tard, M. Il se recueillait. Pour M. A ce moment, M. Septembre Tout est calme. Pierre Rovert. Cachaient leur douceur bleue entre deux brins de jonc. Les Heures de la Muse. Mais qui dira surtout les souvenirs antiques Epars en ce pays? Les hauts faits, la valeur, les gloires, les reliques De ses illustres fils? Je ne puis me passer de vous. Le son de la Syrinx est doux au soir tranquille. Memphis dormait. O Virgile! En janvier , M. Il chante la vie avec ses joies et ses tristesses.
Je sais que la candeur de ses yeux ne ment pas. Comme ils sont exigeants! La Chanson des Hommes. Cette nuit, je me pendrai A quelque vieux marronnier, Non loin de ta porte. Qui te rendrait jamais une telle tendresse? Jours heureux! La Blafarde , etc. Gabriel Randon fut de retour en France en Il connut alors Albert Samain, qui devint un de ses intimes. Il se lia aussi avec Dubus et Julien Leclercq, tous deux disparus. Cause un peu? Tu dis rien! Mon dieu mon dieu! Dans les derniers vers de M.
Les Vierges. Nous nous aimons. Un peu de vent tressaille aux pentes du coteau. Il fait froid. Chaque jour notre corps nous semble plus lointain. Que de baisers perdus! Tombeau de Jules Tellier, Dans le dernier livre de M.
Pesti, K. Essential groundwork for a new approach to the problem of sound generation by moving bodies is presented. Complex data and work flows need to be combined fast to fulfill the needs of service centers. Thesis - State Univ. The 3D reconstruction was performed by computer using Cell Image Analyser software.
Le Chemin des Saisons. Et le sourire fin de ces Parisiennes! Es-tu morte? Puis le vent meurt avec la voix du muletier. Le soleil, rouge, tombe au bout du long sentier. Claveau, M. Enfin, il indique bien notre point de vue sur le monde, qui est, lui aussi, tout humain. Nous ne sommes ni mystiques ni sceptiques. Je fus un homme. Voir aussi la lettre de M. Salut, Maison! Assez de ce rire moqueur! Je respire! Et le reste, le reste est vain! Il pleut, Les vitres tintent.
Une porte, en battant sans fin, grince une plainte Mineure et monotone. Souffle le vent, batte la porte, Tombe la pluie! Il pleut… — La vie est belle! Je vis, je vais parmi des choses, Bonnes, mauvaises, je ne sais. Je ne sais pas. Rame, etc. Mais M. Filsde M. Ils seront des citoyens, etc.
En , il fonda, avec M. Les Chants de la Vie Ardente. Terre, en vain tu te plains! O jeune homme, entends-la, ma parole nouvelle! Que mon corps tout entier se disperse en lambeaux! Je cueillerai la rose et prendrai les flambeaux! Le soir qui les grandit tombe sur leur destin. Ce laboureur pensif sous le ciel radieux Evoque je ne sais quel obscur sacerdoce. O saveur du baiser! Les Voix de la Terre et du Temps. La peur les saisit. Mais pas un bruit Si loin de la terre ne passe,. Les vignobles heureux dans le fleuve se mirent. Il se juge, et sa douleur et son orgueil en sont accrus. Il rejette tout ce qui est net.
Suivant M. Voici comment raisonue M. Quant au fond, M. Bienstock Fasquelle, Paris, Hiers bleus. Les premiers romans de M. Les bonheurs de jadis aux tristes souvenances Nous attendrissaient doucement. Dont la jeune gloire Fleurit. Elle est morte. Namur, lo 12 avril Robert Arnaud signe ses vers du pseudonyme de Robert Randau. Son style est nerveux et puissant. La chair grille, chair de torture, odeur qui grise. Et quelles bouches enfantines.
Est-ce un souffle sur une fleur? Un son de soie et de velours? En trevisions. Fils de M.