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Malajiska

purposes upon

Engelska

upon

Senast uppdaterad: 2014-11-27
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Malajiska

apa maksud upon

Engelska

what purpose upon

Senast uppdaterad: 2016-07-12
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Malajiska

once upon a time

Engelska

miagal

Senast uppdaterad: 2012-05-05
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Malajiska

UPON RECEIVE AFTER PO

Engelska

UPON RECEIVE AFTER PO

Senast uppdaterad: 2017-09-06
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Malajiska

Immediately upon execution of this

Engelska

Immediately upon execution of this

Senast uppdaterad: 2020-07-31
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Malajiska

Tindakan "%s"Pkg1 depends upon Pkg2

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Action "%s"

Senast uppdaterad: 2014-08-15
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Malajiska

Linton upon OuseCity in North West England, United Kingdom

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Linton upon Ouse

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Malajiska

Papar skrin percikanNoun, a type of graph, with bars stacked upon each other

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Show linear regression

Senast uppdaterad: 2011-10-23
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Malajiska

When one door closes, another opens; but we often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door that we do not see the one which has opened for us.”

Engelska

Do not worry if your weight increases

Senast uppdaterad: 2020-12-24
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Malajiska

Assalamualaikum and good morning everyone. This is Year 2 Mid-Year project-based assessment. *Instruction and explanation for parents and pupils.* 1. This assessment has been prepared in the form of a project for kids to conduct at home with the help of their parents. PUPILS CAN WORK ON THIS PROJECT FOR 2 WEEKS. a) Pupils design A HAUNTED HOUSE based on a chosen theme by drawing their creation in the Haunted House Foldable. b) Pupils complete the writing task by describing their haunted house in the Haunted House Foldable. Pupils take a picture of their foldable and send to their teacher UPON THE DEADLINE STATED BY THE TEACHER. c) Pupils prepare their short presentation about HAUNTED HOUSE. Pupils describe their haunted house and talk about what's special about the house.. Pupils record their presentation and send their video via e-mail UPON THE DEADLINE STATED BY THE TEACHER. c) Pupils choose a STORYBOOK / TEXT . Pupils record a video of them reading the chosen material and send their reading video through e- mail UPON THE DEADLINE STATED BY THE TEACHER. 2. Rubrics have been prepared for each skill so that PARENTS & TEACHERS are clear about the way children are assessed in the classroom. Rubrics have been made based on the YEAR 2 CEFR DSKP. 3. This assessment is a *compulsory assessment* for the pupils. 4. The whole parts of the assessment must be sent through e-mail to emelzarina@gmail.com subject : ( Pupils' name) 4. The duedate is on the 26 th JUNE 2020

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Senast uppdaterad: 2020-06-22
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Malajiska

The performance of semiconductor devices depends strongly upon the materials microstructure. Therefore the microstructural control to reduce the density of lattice defects is intrinsically important for fabrication of high performance devices. In this research, the microstructures have been analysed in detail and the mechanisms of microstructural changes in AlN thin films have been clarified for the establishment of the growth method of AlN on sapphire substrate. AlN templates for overgrowth of AlN thin layer were made by growing an AlN buffer layer grown on a (0001) sapphire substrate by the metal organic vapor phase epitaxy (MOVPE) growth process in a rather conventional way, but annealing treatments were added before and after the deposition of AlN buffer layer. The surface roughness of AlN was observed with an atomic force microscope (AFM) and XRC .The cross section of AlN template was observed by using conventional transmission electron microscopy (CTEM) at 200kV. High-angle annular dark-field (HAADF) scanning-TEM images were also observed with a scanning transmission electron microscope (STEM) at 300 kV. Thin foil specimens for TEM observation were made using a focused ion beam (FIB) mill with accelerating voltage of 15kV~3 kV. Prior to the deposition of a MT-AlN layer, the sapphire substrate was annealed at a high temperature TAn under the atmosphere of H2. For TAn<1250°C, the crystallinity improved but twisting domains appear above the temperature. Threading disloactions type c, type (a + c) and twisting domains with 200 - 500 nm in diameter along [2-1-10], with 108 cm-2 dislocation density was observed. However when the temperature was increased to 1350°C the threading dislocations were reduced and enhanced the adhesion between sapphire and AlN buffer layer. On the other hand, post deposition annealing at a high temperature between 1500oC to 1700oC for 2 hours under the atmosphere of N2+CO was carried out. Cross sectional TEM has revealed that after annealing at 1500oC, cone-shaped domains and threading dislocations remained. The morphology and the diffraction condition for the image contrast strongly suggest that the domains were inversion domains. Threading dislocations type-a and type-a+c dislocations were visible for g =01-10 under the two beam condition. However, after annealing at 1550oC, the inversion domains coalesced with each other to leave a single inversion domain boundary running in a zigzag laterally at the center of AlN buffer layer. The upper layer has Al- polarity where else the lower layer has N-polarity according to the HAADF and CBED images. The inversion domain boundary become smooth and flatter with the rising annealing temperature. It can be considered that domain boundaries can be eliminated by the lateral growth and mutual coalescence of domains even if boundaries penetrate vertically up to the top surface. The surface of MT-AlN buffer was finely rugged before the annealing, but became coarser and smoother with annealing. The changes in the surface morphology indicates the occurrence of grain coalescence. The density of TDs was reduced to 5×108 cm-2 after annealing at 1650oC roughly. In conclusion from this present research, it has been confirmed that pre deposition and post deposition annealing has been an effective treatment to control the microstructure and reduce dislocation density for advancement in the high quality fabrication of semiconductor devices.

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kejuruteraan

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Malajiska

10 Steps of a Spa Facial 10 Steps of a Spa Facial Photo Credit Nicolas Agustin Cabrera/Demand Media Cleanse Your esthetician will begin your facial by removing any makeup. Once your skin is bare, she will massage cleansing milk -- or cream, gel or lotion -- into your face, neck and décolleté. Using facial sponges, cloths or cotton pads, she will remove the cleanser with warm water and pat your skin dry. Consultation Your eyes will be covered with moistened pads for the next step. Using a lighted magnifying glass, she will evaluate your skin. She may lightly pinch your skin to check for elasticity or press on it to check thickness. During this phase, your esthetician may discuss her findings with you and ask you about your skin care regimen and your expectations for the facial. Exfoliation Now that your esthetician understands your skin care needs, she will choose an exfoliation cream, gel, mask, gommage or peel to use. Certain exfoliation products, such as enzyme peels, require the product to be left on your face to dissolve the plugs that cause blackheads. Other products require either manual or machine stimulation. Steam Depending upon the exfoliation product used, steam will either be applied to your face during that phase or after the product has been removed. Some spas may use heated, moist towels instead of steam. The moist heat loosens plugs and encourages skin to sweat out any impurities that may be caught in pores. Extraction During the extraction phase, your esthetician will remove blackheads and, possibly, whiteheads. Usually, she will use a lighted magnifying glass to examine your skin. Your esthetician may use a blackhead extractor, a stainless steel instrument that allows blackheads to be gently expressed. Some estheticians choose to wrap their fingers with cotton to protect your skin while manually expressing the plugs. Massage Facial massage stimulates and lubricates skin. Your esthetician may use a massage oil or lotion during this process. Depending upon her training and the treatment, she may massage your neck, shoulders, décolleté and/or scalp as well. You may notice that your sinuses feel clearer and that you feel deeply relaxed after the massage. Mask Depending upon your skin’s needs, your esthetician will choose a mask for you. If your skin is oily, she may choose a clay-based mask to draw off the excessive sebum. If your skin is dehydrated, she’ll choose one that replenishes moisture. Masks are highly specific and are formulated to treat specific skin care needs. More Massage For the 10 minutes or so that you wear the mask, your esthetician may perform a massage on your hands and arms, your feet and calves and/or your scalp. Serum After your mask is removed, your esthetician will likely apply a specialty serum to your skin. Some spas charge extra for this step, while others include it as part of the facial. Serums include those for aging skin, for blemished skin and for sensitive skin. Final Touches Before sending you out the door, your esthetician will apply a skin-specific cream or gel to your skin. She may also apply an eye gel and/or lip treatment cream. Terjemahan Google

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10 Steps of a Spa Facial 10 Steps of a Spa Facial Photo Credit Nicolas Agustin Cabrera/Demand Media Cleanse Your esthetician will begin your facial by removing any makeup. Once your skin is bare, she will massage cleansing milk -- or cream, gel or lotion -- into your face, neck and décolleté. Using facial sponges, cloths or cotton pads, she will remove the cleanser with warm water and pat your skin dry. Consultation Your eyes will be covered with moistened pads for the next step. Using a lighted magnifying glass, she will evaluate your skin. She may lightly pinch your skin to check for elasticity or press on it to check thickness. During this phase, your esthetician may discuss her findings with you and ask you about your skin care regimen and your expectations for the facial. Exfoliation Now that your esthetician understands your skin care needs, she will choose an exfoliation cream, gel, mask, gommage or peel to use. Certain exfoliation products, such as enzyme peels, require the product to be left on your face to dissolve the plugs that cause blackheads. Other products require either manual or machine stimulation. Steam Depending upon the exfoliation product used, steam will either be applied to your face during that phase or after the product has been removed. Some spas may use heated, moist towels instead of steam. The moist heat loosens plugs and encourages skin to sweat out any impurities that may be caught in pores. Extraction During the extraction phase, your esthetician will remove blackheads and, possibly, whiteheads. Usually, she will use a lighted magnifying glass to examine your skin. Your esthetician may use a blackhead extractor, a stainless steel instrument that allows blackheads to be gently expressed. Some estheticians choose to wrap their fingers with cotton to protect your skin while manually expressing the plugs. Massage Facial massage stimulates and lubricates skin. Your esthetician may use a massage oil or lotion during this process. Depending upon her training and the treatment, she may massage your neck, shoulders, décolleté and/or scalp as well. You may notice that your sinuses feel clearer and that you feel deeply relaxed after the massage. Mask Depending upon your skin’s needs, your esthetician will choose a mask for you. If your skin is oily, she may choose a clay-based mask to draw off the excessive sebum. If your skin is dehydrated, she’ll choose one that replenishes moisture. Masks are highly specific and are formulated to treat specific skin care needs. More Massage For the 10 minutes or so that you wear the mask, your esthetician may perform a massage on your hands and arms, your feet and calves and/or your scalp. Serum After your mask is removed, your esthetician will likely apply a specialty serum to your skin. Some spas charge extra for this step, while others include it as part of the facial. Serums include those for aging skin, for blemished skin and for sensitive skin. Final Touches Before sending you out the door, your esthetician will apply a skin-specific cream or gel to your skin. She may also apply an eye gel and/or lip treatment cream. Google Translate

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