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When the Discussion Gets Stalled or Heated

When the Discussion Gets Stalled or Heated
... Keep power in your pocket (e.g. attorney, credible reference) Keep the door open Conflict as a Choice Point  Explore whether conflict is a signal for  a change  View the disagreement as a choice  point and explore options for moving  ... Dismissive – interrupting, talking over, ignoring  {men engage more frequently than women} • Exclusionary – leaving someone out of the meeting, discussion or social gathering • Undermining – going behind the back of others or using insults to discredit arguments ... Making additional small requests after an  agreement has been made  Feigning the scarcity of an item Ulterior Motive Deception  Lying  Creating impression others will think poorly of them in order to  gain compliance  Threatening someone with power you don’t possess...
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SECTION 10: FOUNDATIONS TABLE OF CONTENTS [TO BE FURNISHED WHEN SECTION IS FINALIZED]

SECTION 10: FOUNDATIONS TABLE OF CONTENTS [TO BE FURNISHED WHEN SECTION IS FINALIZED]
... 10-2 SECTION 10 FOUNDATIONS 10.1 SCOPE Provisions of this section shall apply for the design of spread footings, driven piles, and drilled shaft foundations The probabilistic LRFD basis of these ... should be determined in accordance with Table C10.4.6.4 Because of the importance of the discontinuities in rock, and the fact that most rock is much more discontinuous than soil, emphasis is placed ... static analysis resistance to the factored dynamic analysis resistance (see Article C10.7.3.3) Dynamic methods may be unsuitable for field verification of nominal axial resistance of soft silts...
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When Bad Grammar Happens to Good People

When Bad Grammar Happens to Good People
... sounds right to you, you’ll know it’s a bad habit you’ll have to 25 g Bad Grammar Intro.pmd 25 3/17/2004, 9:44 AM When Bad Grammar Happens to Good People unlearn, and that you’ll need to pay extra ... for discussions on verbs, 35 i Bad Grammar Review.pmd 35 3/17/2004, 9:44 AM When Bad Grammar Happens to Good People too—“person” is used in this context to refer to the particular person or thing ... have to be a tangible object.) 49 i Bad Grammar Review.pmd 49 3/17/2004, 9:45 AM When Bad Grammar Happens to Good People The burglars stole her cash and jewelry (The direct objects of “stole”...
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TEN THINGS THEY NEVER TELL YOU WHEN YOU START WORK

TEN THINGS THEY NEVER TELL YOU WHEN YOU START WORK
... give you a taste of his style, insights and of the practicality of Career Dynamics information It also clearly demonstrates whose side he is on Yours! They Never Tell You When You Start Work ... figures of your proof of capability for your next employer The Second Thing They Never Tell You "You' ll never make good money working for other people." How many senior managers are there at your ... manager, the more political they are Do they take time out to tell you what a great person you are? That you' re doing a great job? Or to grill you on the details of the work? No They are only interested...
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when or if

when or if
... the washing-up some serious work a lot of damage (to something) an announcement or a speech an application (e.g for a driving test) a sound or a noise one's hair or one's teeth a lot of harm ... participle of the verb to finish So if your colleagues say 'We're finished for today', they are using it as an adjective If they say 'We've finished work for today', they are using it as the ... (with somebody) (somebody) a favour love, not war a mess, a profit or a fortune fun of someone or a fool of someone amends for one's behaviour Answers the cleaning and the cooking make a lasting...
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when of if (4u)

when of if (4u)
... stairs Do not attempt to use the lift • If there is a fire, leave the building via the stairs Don't try to use the lift In cases of difficulty, phone this help line If you experience any problems, ... give me a ring • in case of Note that in case of is a prepositional phrase used with a nounwhich is similar in meaning to an if- clause Compare the following: • In case of fire, exit from the building ... When we use in case we are mostly describing future possible situations When we use if we are talking about conditions that apply Compare the following and note the differences in...
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Web Application Firewalls: When Are They Useful?

Web Application Firewalls: When Are They Useful?
... Firewall Web Adaptive Firewall Web Application Firewall Web Application Security Device Web Application Proxy Web Application Shield Web Shield Web Security Firewall Web Security Gateway Web Security ... Adaptive Gateway Application Firewall Application- level Firewall Application- layer Firewall Application- level Security Gateway Application Level Gateway Application Security Device Application Security ... Web Server Application Database Server Port 80 OWASP AppSec Europe 2006 WAFEC (1) Web Application Firewall Evaluation Criteria Project of the Web Application Security Consortium (webappsec.org)...
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What Do We Test When We Test Reading Comprehension

What Do We Test When We Test Reading Comprehension
... text Conclusion Although comprehension takes place at several levels, mastery at any one level is not a prerequisite to comprehension at another level Furthermore, the reading skills for each ... three levels are not distinct Dividing comprehension into literal, referential and critical strands is only intended as a guide for teachers when preparing reading assessments Studies have shown ... tend to ask their students mainly literal comprehension questions They need to be aware that there is more to reading than just the basic skills of reading and recalling information ...
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SECTION 10 FOUNDATIONS TABLE OF CONTENTS [TO BE FURNISHED WHEN SECTION IS FINALIZED] - DRILLED SHAFTS

SECTION 10 FOUNDATIONS TABLE OF CONTENTS [TO BE FURNISHED WHEN SECTION IS FINALIZED] - DRILLED SHAFTS
... C10.8.2.1 See commentary to Article 10. 5.2.1 1 0- 126 10. 8.2.2 SETTLEMENT 10. 8.2.2.1 General The settlement of a drilled shaft foundation involving either single -drilled shafts or groups of drilled ... provisions of Article 10. 7.3.7 shall apply C10.8.3.4 See commentary to Article 10. 7.3.7 10. 8.3.5 NOMINAL AXIAL COMPRESSION RESISTANCE OF SINGLE DRILLED SHAFTS C10.8.3.5 The factored resistance of ... averaged over the lesser of Figure C10.8.3.7. 2-1 - Uplift of a Belled Drilled Shaft 1 0- 141 either 2.0Dp above the bottom of the base or over the depth of penetration of the drilled shaft in the founding...
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SECTION 10 FOUNDATIONS TABLE OF CONTENTS [TO BE FURNISHED WHEN SECTION IS FINALIZED] - DRIVEN PILES

SECTION 10 FOUNDATIONS TABLE OF CONTENTS [TO BE FURNISHED WHEN SECTION IS FINALIZED] - DRIVEN PILES
... Figure 10. 7.3.1 1-2 – Uplift of Group of Piles in Cohesive Soils after Tomlinson (1987) 1 0- 116 10. 7.3.12 NOMINAL HORIZONTAL RESISTANCE OF PILE FOUNDATIONS C10.7.3.12 The nominal resistance of pile foundations ... pipe piles 1 0- 103 Figure 10. 7.3.8.6d-1 – Coefficient for Driven Pipe Piles after Vijayvergiya and Focht (1972) 10. 7.3.8.6e Tip Resistance in Cohesive Soils The nominal unit tip resistance of piles ... resistance Method bias is discussed in Article 10. 7.3.3 The piles will need to be driven to the required nominal axial resistance plus the side resistance that will be lost due to scour The resistance...
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SECTION 10 FOUNDATIONS TABLE OF CONTENTS [TO BE FURNISHED WHEN SECTION IS FINALIZED] - EXTREME LIMIT STATES

SECTION 10 FOUNDATIONS TABLE OF CONTENTS [TO BE FURNISHED WHEN SECTION IS FINALIZED] - EXTREME LIMIT STATES
... given in Table C1 may be used These bearing resistances are settlement limited, e.g., inch, and apply only at the service limit state 1 0- 63 Table C10.6.2.6. 1-1 - Presumptive Bearing Resistance ... resistance of the concrete The nominal resistance of concrete shall be taken as 0.3 f’c 10. 6.3 Strength Limit State Design 10. 6.3.1 BEARING RESISTANCE OF SOIL 10. 6.3.1.1 GENERAL Bearing resistance of ... with the provisions of this section, elastic settlements may generally be assumed to be less than 0.5 IN When elastic settlements of this magnitude are unacceptable or when the rock is not competent,...
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