Working With The Grain

Author: Brian Levy
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199363803
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This book builds on cutting-edge scholarship and the author's quarter century of hands-on experience at the World Bank to lay out an innovative with-the-grain approach to integrating governance and growth - as a constructive, hopeful way of ...

Working Against The Grain

Author: Anthony G. Reddie
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317490495
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The essays present a radical Black theology that empowers disenfranchised Black people whilst challenging White power to see and act differently.

Report Of A Working Group On Grain Legumes

Author: T. Gass
Publisher: Bioversity International
ISBN: 9290432896
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Working Group on Grain Legumes. Meeting, Thomas Gass. Objectives and scope
of the group T. Gass presented the objectives set for Phase V of ECP/GR by the
Technical Consultative Committee (Bulgaria, 1993) and the present modus
operandi of the Programme. This was followed by a discussion on the objectives
and scope of the Grain Legumes Group. S. Abbo mentioned that priorities for
conservation at the national level should be strongly influenced by the question
of whether ...

Report Of A Working Group On Grain Legumes

Author: Lorenzo Maggioni
Publisher: Bioversity International
ISBN: 9290435275
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ECP/GR briefing L. Maggioni, ECP/GR Coordinator, welcomed the participants
on behalf of IPGRI. He was pleased that the third meeting of the Working Group
on Grain Legumes was being held in conjunction with the AEP Fourth European
Conference on Grain Legumes, thereby facilitating collaboration between grain
legume scientists from all over the world. He welcomed the presence of new
members in the Group and particularly participants from countries represented for
the first ...

Report Of A Working Group On Grain Legumes

Publisher: Bioversity International
ISBN: 9290434538
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Seed samples are dried (5% moisture), put into glass jars and stored at low
temperature in working (-10oC) and base (-25oC) collections. There are 2727
accessions of grain legumes in long-term storage conditions. Seed samples are
freely available for scientific purposes. The Czech and Slovak National
Genebanks have recently concluded an agreement on safety-duplication (1998).
The main objective of this agreement is to protect the most valuable part of the
collection from ...

Principles Of The Heat Treatment Of Plain Carbon And Low Alloy Steels

Author: Charlie R. Brooks
Publisher: ASM International
ISBN: 9781615031887
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gives a finer primary ferrite grain size and hence the curve in Fig. 8-26 is an
extension of and higher than the one for the unalloyed steel. Control of austenite
grain size in hot working In structural steels, the primary method of effecting a
very fine primary ferrite grain size is by controlling the hot working process so that
a very fine austenite grain size is attained. The changes in the grain structure in
hot working were depicted in Fig. 8-12. To retain the grain size developed by the
hot ...

How To Carve Wood

Author: Richard Bütz
Publisher: Taunton Press
ISBN: 9780918804204
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Make four cuts, each going around a quarter of the circle, so that you arc always
working with the grain (turn the block when necessary). This is a good time to
learn how to carve ambidextrously. Just reverse the position of your hands, still
letting one hand guide the blade while the other pushes the handle. Being able
to carve with both hands will save a lot of time, because you can change direction
as you work without having to unclamp a piece and turn it around. Be careful that
the ...


Author: John E. Hatch
Publisher: ASM International
ISBN: 9780871701763
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GROWTH*. Work, or strain hardening, is a natural consequence of most working
and forming operations on aluminum and its alloys. Work increases the strengths
achieved through solid solution and dispersion hardening. In heat treatable
alloys, strain hardening not only supplements the strengths achieved by
precipitation, but may also increase the rate of precipitation hardening (Chapter 5
in this Volume).