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    • 1 1 the newspaper ran the letters exactly as they had been written. It didn't take long to figure out why. For starters, the 25 students spelled "vandal" in nearly as many ways. "Dear Vandales" went one letter, "I really think that you were tuped...
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    • 12 systematic and explicit instruction in phonological awareness, phonics, vocabulary, reading comprehension, and fluency” (Cavanough, Kim, Wanzek, & Vaughn, p. 9). The literature shows that kindergarten-reading skills can be predictive of...
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    • 140 Chapter 8 Web Design With Photoshop of the photo. Position the curser above and to the left of the tree. Hold down the mouse button and drag diagonally down and to the right until you have enclosed the tree in the slice area. Release the mouse...
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    • 140 Measurements 1 foot = 1 inch Bed- Height: 22 inches Width: 38 inches Length: 79 inches Dresser- Height: 66 inches Width: 19 Yz inches Length: 47 Yz inches Desk- Height: 28 Yz inches Width: 15 inches Length: 37 inches Bench- Height: 17...
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    • 144 Chapter 8 Web Design With Photoshop ments and make the page more easily navigated by people with disabilities. The image is 800 x 600 pixels in size and the resolution is set to 72 ppi. This will make the finished web page fit the monitor...
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    • 15 shown not to interfere with the DNA extraction and amplification from evidence ( Balogh et al., 2003; Grubwieser, 2003; Roux et al., 1999.) 2.2 DNA Extraction DNA recovered from the latent print was extracted from epithelial cells following...
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    • 152 Chapter 8 Web Design With Photoshop and a Thumbnail size from the Style menu (Fig-ure 8.23). 6. Make sure all the photos are still selected then click Refresh Preview to see the gallery in the Output Preview panel. The Output Preview panel will...
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    • 164 Chapter 9 Adobe Dreamweaver picker. The color picker will immediately close after you select a color. 7. Now click “Apply.” The color of the body background area will change to reflect your color choice. If you don’t like the color, click...
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    • 18 Figure 10: TIC chromatographs of ethyl acetate extraction of methamphetamine sample (bottom) and blank (top). DMS Methamphetamine Impurity A Impurity B Blank Methamphetamine Sample
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    • 18 Figure 9: Real Time PCR of ancient and modern maize of phi29 using 2 μl (top), 1 μl (middle) and 0.5 μl (bottom) of DNA with SYBR Green. Modern samples had melting temperatures averaging 85.2ºC while ancient samples had an average melting...
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    • 19 Figure 10: Real Time PCR of ancient and modern maize of phi059 using 2 μl (top), 1 μl (middle) and 0.5 μl (bottom) of DNA with SYBR Green. Modern samples had two average melting temperatures of 82 and 88ºC while ancient samples had an...
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    • 20 Chapter 2 Planning for Web Design religious pages while western fonts may say something about equestrian web sites. Sans serif fonts convey a modern or straightforward im-pression while serif fonts may convey a tradi-tional feeling. An...
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    • 20 Figure 11:Real Time PCR of ancient and modern maize of phi0127using 2 μl (top), 1 μl (middle) and 0.5 μl (bottom) of DNA with SYBR Green. Modern samples had an average melting temperatures of 82ºC while ancient samples had an average melting...
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    • 24 Chapter 2 Planning for Web Design or other elements that promote interest and attract viewers. c. Direction- positioning of elements to pro-mote the movement of the eye in the de-sired way. Illustrations may “point” to other items. Photos...
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    • 32 Table 2.1 Schools, Average Submissions, and Free/Reduced Lunch Percentages School Name Average Teacher Directed Submissions per Student Free/Reduced Lunch School 7 0 51.15% School 3 18.805 44.09% School 2 0 37.73% School 11 12.51 30.63% School...
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    • 58 Chapter 4 Image Editing and Preparation 3. Navigate to the location of the Student Work Files. Open the Chapt 4 folder. Find the Clair_after.jpg file and open it (figure 4.7). This file shows you what your work should look like when you have...

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