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10 mai 2010

Semiconductor- Memory Chips

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SanDisk Corporation (NASDAQ: SNDK), the global leader in flash memory cards, tiffany engagement rings that it is shipping the slotRadioTM Motown card, delivering the best of Motown's timeless catalog in an easy to use format at an affordable price. By simply inserting the new music card into the compatible Sansa(R) Clip+, Sansa(R) FuzeTM (with firmware update) or Sansa(R) slotRadioTM players' microSDTM card slot, consumers can immediately enjoy a huge collection of Motown's greatest hits without the hassle of software installation, time-consuming song selection or file-by-file downloading.

"Our Sansa MP3 players offer the best value for the money, and slotRadio cards add an incredible musical punch to the mix," said Eleanor Sales, product marketing manager, SanDisk. "Our new slotRadio Motown card is available just in time for Mother's Day, making the perfect gift for moms who want quick and effortless access to great music at a price that's hard to beat. It really doesn't get any easier than this."

The slotRadio Motown card gives music lovers one cheap bangles chance to enjoy all-time Motown classics and relive their favorite hits from the Motor City. The new card delivers 500 songs pre-arranged into five handcrafted playlists featuring some of Motown's top-charting artists - including The Jackson 5, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, The Temptations, Diana Ross, Rick James, Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, Martha & The Vandellas, and many, many more. Pricing and Availability The slotRadio Motown card is available at SanDisk.com, and carries a suggested retail price of $29.99. For even more musical enjoyment, SanDisk offers 1,000-song slotRadio cards across a variety of genres including Rock, Hip Hop and R&B, Country, 80's & 90's hits, and Oldies, as well as a Classical card with 60 hours of music - at suggested retail prices of up to $39.99 per card.

The highly-portable Sansa Clip+ MP3 player is available in 2GB, 4GB and 8GB capacities, carrying suggested retail prices of $39.99, $49.99 and $69.99, respectively.

The Sansa Fuze MP3 player features a 1.9" screen for video enjoyment, and is available in capacities of cheap bracelets ($59.99), 4GB ($69.99) and 8GB ($89.99). Finally, the instant-load slotRadio player comes bundled with a 1,000 song slotRadio Mix card, all for only $79.99. All three music players are compatible with preloaded slotRadio cards. About SanDisk SanDisk Corporation is the global leader in flash memory cards, from research, manufacturing and product design to consumer branding and retail distribution. SanDisk's product portfolio includes flash memory cards for mobile phones, digital cameras and camcorders; digital audio/video players; USB flash drives for consumers and the enterprise; embedded memory for mobile devices; and solid state drives for computers.

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Gifts That Give Twice

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As part of its ongoing Cook for the Cure(R) initiative, KitchenAid is offering a selection of pink kitchen essentials and earrings that generate donations of up to $50 each to Susan G. Komen for the Cure(R) when purchased and registered. These include everything from pink silicone spatulas and mixing bowls, to 5-Quart Stand Mixers available in all pink or white with a pink trim band.

"To date, Cook for the Cure has raised more than $8 million for the fight against breast cancer," according to Deb O'Connor, senior manager of brand experience for KitchenAid. "Beyond the products, this program actively engages cooks by encouraging them to do more of what they already love while supporting a trusted non-profit like Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Everyone wins when a consumer sees and purchases a pink KitchenAid product at retail that looks beautiful, performs wonderfully and generates a donation for the fight against breast cancer when registered," said O'Connor.

Another option is to present Mom with something delicious and necklaces on a serving plate that can be "re-gifted" to support the cause. The Pass the Plate component of Cook for the Cure generates a $5 donation every time an individually numbered Villeroy & Boch serving plate is passed to a friend or family member and registered at CookfortheCure.com/passtheplate. Priced at $24.99, the plate is available at ShopKitchenAid.com and Villeroy & Boch stores.

Also just in time for Mother's Day, KitchenAid is offering bonus attachments by mail with the purchase of 5-Quart and 6-Quart Stand Mixers from participating retailers and ShopKitchenAid.com. A choice of Rotor Slicer/Shredder or Food Grinder, a $49.99 value, is available free with the purchase of select 5-Quart models. A bonus ice cream maker attachment, a $79.99 value, is offered with the purchase of select 6-Quart models. Both offers are valid through May 29th and require completion of a rebate form available via retailers or KitchenAid.com.

Since the introduction of its legendary stand mixer in 1919 and first dishwasher in 1949, KitchenAid has built on the money clips of these icons to create a complete line of products designed for cooks. Over 90 years later, the KitchenAid brand now offers virtually every essential for the well-equipped kitchen with a collection that includes everything from countertop appliances to cookware, ranges to refrigerators, and whisks to wine cellars. To learn why chefs choose KitchenAid for their homes more than any other brand*.

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Find the Perfect Mother's Day Gifts at Destination Maternity

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Destination Maternity(R), A Pea in the Pod(R), and Motherhood Maternity(R), North America's leading maternity apparel rings, are excited to announce the arrival of great Mother's (to-Be) Day gifts in stores and online.

Remember, Mother's (to-Be) Day is May 9th. Celebrate with great gifts like the Hospital Tote Bag from Loved by Heidi KlumTM for Motherhood Maternity. This exclusive item is printed in Heidi's hand-painted signature floral, and includes items that Heidi hand-picked herself, including: cozy socks, a hair scrunchie, toothbrush/toothpaste, congratulatory tee, and a hand-written letter and checklist from Heidi.

Show Mom-to-Be just how important she is by giving her a little luxury. A Pea in the Pod CollectionTM worked exclusively with her favorite designers to bring her the names she loves: 7 for all Mankind(R), Citizens of Humanity(R), True Religion(R), Joe's Jeans(R) and bracelets - all specially fit to her growing belly. A never-fail option is always the Destination Maternity gift card. Available in any denomination, a Destination Maternity gift card always fits and lets her choose exactly what she wants!

Celebrating Mom-to-Be also includes the return of a popular promotion for Motherhood Maternity and Destination Maternity customers. Now, for a limited time only, Motherhood Maternity shoppers will receive a $50 Restaurant.com Gift Certificate with an in-store or online purchase of $75 or more.* Likewise, Destination Maternity shoppers will receive a $75 Restaurant.com Gift Certificate with an in-store or online purchase of $125 or more.* Customers can choose from more than 15,000 participating restaurants nationwide, or specialty online retailers like Mrs. Fields(R), The Fruit Company(R), delaFlowers(R), LobsterGram(R) and more. Shoppers can use the certificate to make mom's day special by treating her to dinner at her favorite restaurant or sending her a beautiful bouquet of flowers.

"Even though we celebrate moms everyday in our stores, Mother's to-Be Day is one of our cufflinks days of the year," said Rebecca Matthias, President and Chief Creative Officer for Destination Maternity. "We are thrilled about our restaurant gift certificate promotion, providing our customers with another way to enjoy the day."

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American Airlines Offers Great Gifts for Mother's Day That Also Support Susan G

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As Mother's Day approaches, American Airlines invites customers to join the fight tiffany silver pendants breast cancer while honoring the important women in their lives on May 9.

Purchasing an American Airlines Gift Card is a great way to surprise mom with the gift of travel. While the card presents a way to literally give her the world, it's a gift that will also contribute to the battle against breast cancer, as American will donate $5 for every $50 of travel purchased to Susan G. Komen for the Cure(R) when you select the Komen Gift Card option.

Another way to honor women this month is by making a donation to Komen for the Cure through American's Miles for the Cure(R) fundraising campaign. Miles for the Cure rewards donors with five AAdvantage(R) miles for every dollar contributed to Komen with a minimum $25 donation.

"For more than 26 years, American Airlines has partnered with tiffany in its mission to end breast cancer forever," said Roger Frizzell, American's Vice President - Corporate Communications and Advertising. "Mother's Day is an important time for all of us to renew our efforts against breast cancer. We invite our customers to join us in that fight while honoring the women in their lives who have been affected by this disease."

American customers can learn more about both gift options by simply visiting . Miles for the Cure donations can be general contributions or gifts made to celebrate and honor a loved one's survivorship or in memory of a loved one. When an "In Honor" or "In Memory" gift is received, Komen will send a personalized tribute card to the recipient, notifying them of the donation without revealing the amount.

The American Airlines Gift Card is available in denominations from $50 to $1,500 and can be applied toward the purchase of any American Airlines, American Eagle or AmericanConnection carrier published fare. Unlike many gift cards, there is no expiration date. To purchase the gift cards and support Komen, simply go to AA.bangles/giftcard. When completing the payment information, enter "Komen" in the tracking code box. Donations to Komen apply to online purchases only.

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MarketPlace LaGuardia Airport

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The Food & Shops at Philadelphia International Airport and LaGuardia Airport have tiffany silver earrings that they are partnering with national retailer The Body Shop to offer passengers a special Mother's Day gift.

>From May 5 - 9, passengers who spend just $50 at any retail store, or combination of retail stores, will receive a free $10 Gift Card for The Body Shop, allowing them to choose their own free gift for mom. Suggested gift choices for mom include: Strawberry Pamper and Pout gift set, featuring shower gel, bath lily and Lippy lip balm; Mango Juicy Skin Trio featuring mango shower gel, whip lotion and bath lily; Soft Hands, Kind Heart Hand Cream and Satsuma Shimmer Lip Balm.

The Body Shop is known as a global retailer and tiffany silver keyrings of naturally inspired, ethically produced products, making it an ideal choice for moms who are socially and "green" conscious.

"With our gift card giveaway, travelers can find the perfect present for mom even while on the go," said Clarence LeJeune, President of the Philadelphia Marketplace Food & Shops. "We are excited to partner with The Body Shop to offer PHL's passengers a special thank you for shopping with us this Mother's Day."

"The Body Shop offers more than 700 natural beauty products, making it an ideal retail outlet for choosing the perfect Mother's Day gift," says Lillian Tan, Vice President and General Manager of MarketPlace Development, the retail development company that develops and manages the Food & Shops program in the terminal. "The Body Shop gift card giveaway is our way of celebrating Mother's Day and thanking the many travelers who choose LaGuardia Airport as their travel gateway."

Passengers can pick up their free $10 gift card at Philadelphia Airport by tiffany silver notes their receipts to The Body Shop in the B/C Connector, or by visiting any of the retailers in the D/E Connector. At LaGuardia Airport, passengers can take their receipts to The Body Shop, located on the Departures Level between Gates B & C.

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Pennington Biomedical Research Center publish new studies and findings in the area of obesity in women

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"The fat mass and obesity-associated (FTO) gene was genotyped for the participants in the tiffany silver accessories-Response to Exercise in postmenopausal Women (DREW) trial and analyses were performed to determine whether an FTO variant was associated with adiposity and cardiorespiratory fitness (CRF) before and after 6 months of moderate intensity exercise in white women (n=234). The A/A homozygotes for rs8050136 had a higher BMI (kg/m[superscript]2) compared to C/C homozygotes at baseline (32.8 (0.6) vs. 31.0 (0.4), respectively; p<0.05) and at follow-up (31.9 (0.6) vs. 30.4 (0.5), respectively; p<0.05)."

"Weight loss occurred after exercise, but there was no significant genotype by exercise interaction over time. Exploratory analyses among women exposed to moderate intensity exercise meeting, or exceeding, the physical activity recommendation found that those homozygous A/A lost significantly more weight than the C allele carriers (-3.3 (0.7) kg vs. -1.4 (0.4) kg and -1.5 (0.5) kg, respectively; p<0.05). CRF, defined as VO(2peak) (oxygen consumption), increased after exercise and the tiffany silver bangles of the increase was similar for each genotype," wrote J.A. Mitchell and colleagues, Louisiana State University, Pennington Biomedical Research Center.

The researchers concluded: "Women genetically predisposed to being obese experienced weight loss and CRF benefits with moderate intensity exercise, with additional weight loss observed when the women met or exceeded the physical activity recommendations."

Mitchell and colleagues published their study in Obesity (FTO genotype and the weight loss benefits of moderate intensity exercise. Obesity, 2010;18(3):641-3).

For additional information, contact J.A. Mitchell, Pennington Biomedical Research Center, Louisiana State University System, Baton Rouge, Louisiana USA.

Keywords: City:Baton Rouge, State:Louisiana, Country:United States, tiffany silver bracelets, Bioengineering, Biomedical Engineering, Biomedicine, Obesity.

This article was prepared by Blood Weekly editors from staff and other reports.

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Research results from Valencia University update understanding of dentistry in women

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"The procedures were performed with or without dental extractions, and with or tiffany rings bone regeneration. Anxiety was evaluated using Corah's Dental Anxiety Scale and levels of surgeon and patient satisfaction were evaluated on an adapted scale. Low preoperative anxiety was observed in 27.8% of patients, moderate in 50%, and high in 22.2%. Mean value of anxiety was 9.8+-3.7. The level of surgeon satisfaction was adequate in 87.8% of the surgeries; patients were awake and nervous in 4.4% of surgeries, and excessively sleepy, with little cooperation in 7.8% of surgeries. Regarding patient satisfaction, the procedure was comfortable for 23.3% of patients, neither comfortable nor uncomfortable for 28.9%, a slightly uncomfortable experience for 36.7%, and very uncomfortable for 10% of patients. Younger patients and women were observed to have more anxiety, the difference being statistically significant. Patients with higher preoperative anxiety expressed a lower level of satisfaction, with statistically significant differences. There was no significant relationship between preoperative patient anxiety and postoperative surgeon satisfaction. Anxiety was higher in younger patients and women," wrote S. Gonzalez-Lemonnier and colleagues, Valencia University.

The researchers concluded: "In this study, a tiffany silver preoperative patient anxiety was associated with lower patient satisfaction, but had no influence on postoperative surgeon satisfaction."

Gonzalez-Lemonnier and colleagues published their study in Medicina Oral, Patologia Oral Y Cirugia Bucal (Relationship between preoperative anxiety and postoperative satisfaction in dental implant surgery with intravenous conscious sedation. Medicina Oral, Patologia Oral Y Cirugia Bucal, 2010;15(2):e379-82).

For additional information, contact S. Gonzalez-Lemonnier, Valencia University Medical and Dental School, Valencia, Spain.

Keywords: City:Valencia, Country:Spain, Anesthesia, Bioengineering, Biomedical tiffanys, Biomedicine, Biotechnology, Bone Regeneration, Dentistry, Local Anesthesia, Pain Medicine, Regeneration Medicine, Surgery, Surgical Technology, Tissue Engineering.

This article was prepared by Blood Weekly editors from staff and other reports.

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Researchers from Pennington Biomedical Research Center provide details of new studies and findings in the area of clinical trial

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"It is difficult to identify the successful component(s) related to tiffany pendant in metabolic syndrome (MetS) from lifestyle interventions: the weight loss, the behavior change, or the combination. The purpose of this study is to determine the effects of a weight-stable randomized controlled trial of low-fat diet and exercise, alone and in combination, on MetS," researchers in the United States report.

"Men (n=179) and postmenopausal women (n=149) with elevated low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C) and low high-density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL-C) were randomized into a 1-year, weight-stable trial with four treatment groups: control (C), diet (D), exercise (E), or diet plus exercise (D+E). MetS was defined using a continuous score. Changes in MetS score (DeltaMetS) were compared between groups using analysis of covariance, stratified by gender and using two models, with and without baseline and change in percent body fat (DeltaBF) as a covariate. In men, DeltaMetS was higher for D vs. C (p=0.04), D+E vs. C (p=0.0002), and D+E vs. E (p=0.02). For women, DeltaMetS was greater for D vs. C (p=0.045), E vs. C (p=0.02), and D+E vs. C (p=0.004). After adjusting for DeltaBF, all differences between groups were attenuated and no longer significant. DeltaMetS were associated with tiffany pendants for both men (p <0.0001) and women (p=0.004). After adjustment for DeltaBF, low-fat diet alone and in combination with exercise had no effect on MetS," wrote S.M. Camhi and colleagues, Pennington Biomedical Research Center.

The researchers concluded: "The key component for MetS from low-fat diet and/or increased physical activity appears to be body fat loss."

Camhi and colleagues published their study in Obesity (Metabolic syndrome and changes in body fat from a low-fat diet and/or exercise randomized controlled trial. Obesity, 2010;18(3):548-54).

For additional information, contact S.M. Camhi, Population Science, Pennington Biomedical Research Center, Baton Rouge, Louisiana USA.

Keywords: City:Baton Rouge, State:Louisiana, Country:United States, Bariatrics, tiffany ring, Biomedical Engineering, Biomedicine, Clinical Trial Research, Obesity, Weight Loss.

This article was prepared by Blood Weekly editors from staff and other reports.

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Apology to women for unlawful adoption

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The West Australian Government is set to become the first government in Australia to publicly apologise to thousands of women who were unlawfully separated from their babies at birth due to unethical and illegal adoption practices.

WA Health Minister Kim Hames said last month he was tiffany necklace to read an apology in State Parliament and wants a memorial created for families affected by the welfare practices during the 1940s to the 1980s. "While the practices of the time were seen as appropriate and the best interests of the mother and the child; when you look back at them now they're particularly harsh, and those women are still suffering as a result of those practices."

During the 1950s and onwards, many thousands of single Australian women's babies were reportedly removed from their mothers and placed in institutions, or foster homes, or adopted by infertile families.

Federal, state and territory governments are under increasing pressure to apologise to those women. The first apology from an Australian obstetrician late last year was to the White Australian Heritage and adoptees. Professor Ian Jones, Executive Director of the Women's and Newborn Services at The Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital acknowledged some adoptees had been subjected to abuse. "I acknowledge the hurt and suffering you have described and sincerely apologise for any ill treatment you experienced while in hospital by being taken and denied contact with your mother at the time of your birth."

Support groups have campaigned for more than 40 years for governments, public and private hospitals, and religious tiffany necklaces that housed young women who had no family support, to acknowledge past unethical and illegal adoption practices.

A NSW Parliamentary Inquiry into Adoption Practices from 1950 to 1998 highlighted unethical and illegal practices used in taking babies from their young mothers back in December 2000.

Support group ORIGINS is calling on the federal government for a national Senate Inquiry. "Many women were drugged, detained and restrained and their babies taken at birth," ORIGINS NSW lead Lily Arthur said.

Consent for adoption was often obtained after women had been given a cocktail of drugs, including pethidine and valium, she said. "There were girls 15, 16, 17 years old signing consents. We weren't old enough to buy a TV, drive a car or have a drink but we were deemed old enough to give away a child."

Non-profit support group ARMS Victorian convenor tiffany note Wright said a public apology would help the children adopted out at birth to understand their mothers had the lack of choice and still continued to feel shame. "We want to educate the public about past practices and the trauma it caused and to make sure it doesn't happen again."

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A Single Woman Dinner Rolls and Lemonade

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Tucson. Ariz. -based writer/actress Jeanmarie Simpson sees food prep on stage as an Instance of "tiffany cufflinks theatre" practice, as posited by Polish auteur Tadeusz Kantor. "It doesn't illustrate the text but parallels it with metaphoric activity," says Simpson, who baked bread and made lemonade during each performance of her 2004 play A Single Woman, originally developed for Nevada Shakespeare Company, which she co-founded. The play tells the remarkable story of Jeannette Rankin, the self-reliant Montana suffragist who became the first woman elected to the U.S. Congress, in 1916.

To illustrate Rankin's unique status as both a feminist icon and a "domestic goddess." bread "felt like such a gift, a communion with the authence." Simpson recalls.

It also proved an eerily fortuitous choice. While preparing the show for its 2005 New York premiere, in which Simpson had planned only to write and direct, she decided at the last minute to fire her lead actress and step into the part of Rankin herself. Feeling sheepish about that- not to mention unsure of her lines- on opening night, Simpson was handed a vintage Rankin pamphlet she'd never seen, in which she found a fresh quote that buoyed her spirits. "Rankin said, 'Civilization needs peace as bread needs yeast." 1 incorporated that line that night."

-Rob Weinert -Rendi

AMERICAN THEATRE

APRIL 10 | THE FOOD ISSUE

THE BREAD INGREDIENTS

couple cups ol good, clean, non-tiffany earrings drinking water

dollop of local honey

handful ol organic yeast

enough organic, whole wheat flour to make dough with the texture of an earlobe

palmful of sea salt

DIRECTIONS

1 Think about love. Reflect about peace. Preheat oven to 425°.

2 Pour water in large bread bowl. Add honey and yeast. Stir, thoroughly, with a fork. Let sit tiffany key yeast bubbles up to surface and the whole thing smells like really good, dark beer.

3 Add about a cup of flour. Let sit until doubled in bulk. With fork, stir a bit and then add more flour until most of the stickiness is gone.

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