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HCM 2000 highway capacity manual 2000

HCM 2000 HIGHWAY CAPACITY MANUAL 2000

The Transportation Research Board’s (TRB’s) Highway Capacity Manual (HCM) provides a collection of stateoftheart techniques for estimating the capacity and determining the level of service for transportation facilities, including intersections and roadways as well as facilities for transit, bicycles, and pedestrians. For more than 50 years, the HCM has fulfilled this goal, earning a unique place in the esteem of the transportation community. Developed and revised under the direction of the TRB Committee on Highway Capacity and Quality of Service, this newest edition, HCM 2000, presents the best available techniques for determining capacity and level of service for transportation facilities at the start of the new millennium. However, this comprehensive manual does not establish a legal standard for highway design or construction.
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EATON FR FRO 16210c service manual

EATON FR FRO 16210c service manual

Fuller HeavyDuty FRFRO Transmissions TRSM2400 June 2011 FR11210B FR12210B FR13210B FR14210B FR15210B FR9210B FRF11210B FRF12210B FRF13210B FRF14210B FRF15210B FRF9210B FRO11210B FRO11210C FRO12210B FRO12210C FRO13210B FRO13210C FRO14210B More time on the road® FRO14210C FRO15210B FRO15210C FRO16210B FRO16210C FRO17210C FRO18210C FROF11210B FROF11210C FROF12210B FROF12210C FROF13210B FROF13210C FROF14210B FROF14210C FROF15210B FROF15210C FROF16210B FROF16210CWarnings and Precautions i Warnings and Precautions Before starting a vehicle always be seated in the driver’s seat, place the transmission in neutral, set the parking brakes and disengage the clutch. Before working on a vehicle place the transmission in neutral, set the parking brakes and block the wheels. Before towing the vehicle place the transmission in neutral, and lift the rear wheels off the ground, remove the axle shafts, or disconnect the driveline to avoid damage to the transmission during towing. The description and specifications contained in this service publication are current at the time of printing. Eaton Corporation reserves the right to discontinue or modify its models andor procedures and to change specifications at any time without notice. Any reference to brand name in this publication is made as an example of the types of tools and materials recommended for use and should not be considered an endorsement. Equivalents may be used. This symbol is used throughout this manual to call attention to procedures where carelessness or failure to follow specific instructions may result in personal injury andor component damage. Departure from the instructions, choice of tools, materials and recommended parts mentioned in this publication may jeopardize the personal safety of the service technican or vehicle operator. Failure to follow indicated procedures creates a high risk of personal injury to the service technician. Failure to follow indicated procedures may cause component damage or malfunction. Note: Additional service information not covered in the service procedures. Tip: Helpful removal and installation procedures to aid in the service of this unit. Always use genuine Eaton replacement parts. WARNING WARNING CAUTIONTable of Contents ii General Information Purpose and Scope of Manual .................................... 1 Serial Tag Information and Model Nomenclature ........ 5 Lubrication Specifications ........................................... 8 Oil Leak Inspection Process ....................................... 10 Transmission Operation ............................................ 11 Tool Specifications .................................................... 15 Torque Specifications ................................................ 19 Power Flow Diagrams ............................................... 21 Air System Troubleshooting ...................................... 31 General Troubleshooting Chart ................................. 42 Air System Overview ................................................. 45 Timing Procedures .................................................... 60 InVehicle Service Procedures How to Disassemble the Roadranger Valve ............... 62 How to Assemble the Roadranger Valve ................... 64 How to Remove Compression Type Fittings .............. 66 How to Install Compression Type Fittings ................. 67 How to Remove PushToConnect Type Fittings ...... 68 How to Install PushToConnect Type Fittings .......... 69 How to Remove a Roadranger Valve ......................... 70 How to Install a Roadranger Valve ............................ 71 How to Remove the Gear Shift LeverRemote Shift Control ....................................................... 72 How to Install the Gear Shift LeverRemote Shift Control ....................................................... 73 How to Adjust the Remote Shift Control (LRC Type) . 74 How to Remove the Detent Spring ............................ 76 How to Install the Detent Spring ............................... 77 Neutral Switch Operation and Testing ....................... 78 How to Remove the Neutral Switch ........................... 79 How to Install the Neutral Switch .............................. 80 Reverse Switch Operation and Testing ...................... 81 How to Remove the Reverse Switch ......................... 82 How to Install the Reverse Switch ............................. 83 How to Install the Shift Bar Housing ......................... 84 How to Remove the Shift Bar Housing ...................... 85 Ho to Remove the Oil Seal MechanicalMagnetic Speedometer ...................................................... 86 How to Install the Oil Seal MechanicalMagnetic Speedometer ...................................................... 88 How to Remove the Auxiliary Section in Chassis ...... 90 How to Install the Auxiliary Section in Chassis .......... 92 How to Disassemble the Integral Oil Cooler .............. 96 How to Assemble the Integral Oil Cooler ................... 98 How to Remove the Air Module ................................ 99 How to Install the Air Module .................................. 101 Transmission Overhaul ProceduresBench Service How to Disassemble the Gear Shift Lever ................102 How to Assemble the Gear Shift Lever ....................104 How to Remove the Shift Bar Housing ....................106 How to Install the Shift Bar Housing ........................107 How to Disassemble the Shift Bar Housing .............108 How to Disassemble the Range Cylinder .................111 How Assemble the Range Cylinder ..........................112 How to Assemble the Shift Bar Housing ..................114 How to Remove the Input Shaft Assembly (without main case disassembly) .....................118 How to Install the Input Shaft Assembly (without main case disassembly) .....................120 How to Remove the Auxiliary Section ......................122 How to Disassemble the Auxiliary Section ...............124 How to Disassemble the Range Yoke ......................127 How to Disassemble the Output Shaft .....................128 How to Disassemble the Synchronizer Assembly ....129 How to Assemble the Synchronizer Assembly .........130 How to Remove the Clutch Housing ........................132 How to Assemble the Output Shaft ..........................133 How to Assemble the Range Yoke ...........................135 How to Disassemble the Auxiliary Countershaft ......136 How to Remove the Auxiliary Countershaft Bearing Races ..................................................137 How to Install the Auxiliary Countershaft Bearing Races ..................................................138 How to Assemble the Auxiliary Countershaft ...........139 How to Remove the Auxiliary Drive Gear Assembly .................................................140 How to Disassemble the Upper and Lower Reverse Idler Gear Assembly ............................141 How to Remove the Upper and Lower Countershaft Bearings ......................................144 How to Remove the Mainshaft Assembly ................146 How to Remove the Countershaft Assemblies .........149 How to Disassemble the Countershaft Assemblies ..................................151 How to Remove the Input Shaft and Main Drive Gear ................................................153 How to Prepare the Main Case for Reassembly .......155 How to Disassemble the Mainshaft Assembly .........156 How to Assemble the Mainshaft Assembly with NonSelective (NonAdjustable) Tolerance Washers ...........................................158 How to Install the Mainshaft Assembly ....................161 How to Assemble the Countershaft Assemblies .......163 How to Assemble the Lower Reverse Idler Gear Assembly .................................................165 How to Install Countershaft Assemblies ..................167Table of Contents iii How to Install the Lower Countershaft Bearings ..... 168 How to Install the Input Shaft and Main Drive Gear ........................................................ 170 How to Install the Input Bearing Cover .................... 172 How to Install the Upper Countershaft Bearings ..... 173 How to Install the Upper Reverse Idler Gear Assembly ................................................. 175 How to Install the Auxiliary Drive Gear Assembly .... 177 How to Install the Clutch Housing ........................... 178 How to Remove the Oil Pump ................................. 180 How to Install the Oil Pump .................................... 181 How to Install the Oil Seal ....................................... 182 How to Assemble the Auxiliary Section ................... 183 How to Install the Auxiliary Section ......................... 187 Shim Procedure without a Shim Tool for Tapered Bearings ............................................ 189Introduction 1 Introduction Purpose and Scope of Manual This manual is designed to provide information necessary to service and repair the Eaton Fuller transmissions listed on the front. How to use this Manual The service procedures have been divided into two sections: InVehicle Service Procedures and Transmission Overhaul Procedures—Bench Service. InVehicle Service Procedures contain procedures that can be performed while the transmission is still installed in the vehicle. Transmission Overhaul Procedures contain procedures that are performed after the transmission has been removed from the vehicle. The procedure sections are laid out with a general heading at the top outside edge of each page followed by more specific headings and the procedures. To find the information you need in these sections, first go to the section that contains the procedure you need. Then look at the heading at the top and outside edge of each page until you find the one that contains the procedure you need. Transmission Overhaul Procedures follow the general steps for complete disassembly and then assembly of the transmission. Note: In some instances the transmission appearance may be different from the illustrations, but the procedure is the same. Disassemble Precautions It is assumed in the detailed assembly instructions that the lubricant has been drained from the transmission, the necessary linkage and vehicle air lines disconnected and the transmission has been removed from vehicle chassis. Removal of the gear shift lever housing assembly (or remote control assembly) is included in the detailed instructions (How to Remove the Gear Shift Lever). This assembly MUST be detached from the shift bar housing before the transmission can be removed. Follow closely each procedure in the detailed instructions, make use of the text, illustrations, and photographs provided. Assemblies • When disassembling the various assemblies, such as the mainshaft, countershafts, and shift bar housing, lay all parts on a clean bench in the same sequence as removed. This procedure will simplify assembly and reduce the possibility of losing parts. Bearings • Carefully wash and lubricate all usable bearings as removed and protectively wrap until ready for use. Remove bearings planned to be reused with pullers designed for this purpose. Cleanliness • Provide a clean place to work. It is important that no dirt or foreign material enters the unit during repairs. Dirt is an abrasive and can damage bearings. It is always a good practice to clean the outside of the unit before starting the planned disassembly. Input Shaft • The input shaft can be removed from the transmission without removing the countershafts, mainshaft, or main drive gear. Special procedures are required and provided in this manual. Snap Rings • Remove snap rings with pliers designed for this purpose. Snap rings removed in this manner can be reused, if they are not sprung or loose.Introduction 2 When Using Tools to Move Parts • Always apply force to shafts, housings, etc., with restraint. Movement of some parts is restricted. Never apply force to driven parts after they stop solidly. The use of soft hammers, soft bars, and mauls for all disassembly work is recommended. Inspection Precautions Before assembling the transmission, check each part carefully for abnormal or excessive wear and damage to determine reuse or replacement. When replacement is necessary, use only genuine Eaton® Fuller® Transmission parts to assure continued performance and extended life from your unit. Since the cost of a new part is generally a small fraction of the total cost of downtime and labor, avoid reusing a questionable part which could lead to additional repairs and expense soon after assembly. To aid in determining the reuse or replacement of any transmission part, consideration should also be given to the units history, mileage, application, etc. Recommended inspection procedures are provided in the following checklist. Bearings • Wash all bearings in clean solvent. Check balls, rollers, and raceways for pitting, discoloration, and spalled areas. Replace bearings that are pitted, discolored, spalled, or damaged during disassembly. • Lubricate bearings that are not pitted, discolored, or spalled and check for axial and radial clearances. • Replace bearings with excessive clearances. • Check bearing fit. Bearing inner races should be tight to shaft; outer races slightly tight to slightly loose in case bore. If the bearing spins freely in the bore the case should be replaced. Bearing Covers • Check covers for wear from thrust of adjacent bearing. Replace covers damaged from thrust of bearing outer race. • Check cover bores for wear. Replace those worn or oversized. Clutch Release Parts • Check clutch release parts. Replace yokes worn at cam surfaces and bearing carrier worn at contact pads. • Check pedal shafts. Replace those worn at bushing surfaces. Gears • Check gear teeth for frosting and pitting. Frosting of gear teeth faces presents no threat of transmission failure. Often in continued operation of the unit, frosted gears heal and do not progress to the pitting stage. In most cases, gears with light to moderate pitted teeth have considerable gear life remaining and can be reused, but gears in the advanced stage of pitting should be replaced. • Check for gears with clutching teeth abnormally worn, tapered, or reduced in length from clashing during shifting. Replace gears found in any of these conditions. • Check axial clearance of gears. Gear Shift Lever Housing Assembly • Check spring tension on shift lever. Replace tension spring if lever moves too freely. • If housing is disassembled, check gear shift lever bottom end and shift finger assembly for wear. Replace both gears if excessively worn.Introduction 3 Introduction Gray Iron Parts • Check all gray iron parts for cracks and breaks. Replace parts found to be damaged. Oil Return Threads and Seals • Check oil return threads on the input shaft. If return action of threads has been destroyed, replace the input shaft. • Check oil seal in rear bearing cover. If sealing action of lip has been destroyed, replace seal. ORings • Check all Orings for cracks or distortion. Replace if worn. Reverse Idler Gear Assemblies • Check for excessive wear from action of roller bearings. Shift Bar Housing Assembly • Check for wear on shift yokes and block at pads and lever slot. Replace excessively worn parts. • Check yokes for correct alignment. Replace sprung yokes. • If housing has been disassembled, check shift shaft and all related parts for wear. Sliding Clutches • Check all shift yokes and yoke slots in sliding clutches for extreme wear or discoloration from heat. • Check engaging teeth of sliding clutches for partial engagement pattern. Splines • Check splines on all shafts for abnormal wear. If sliding clutch gears, companion flange, or clutch hub has wear marks in the spline sides, replace the specific shaft effected. Synchronizer Assembly • Check synchronizer for burrs, uneven and excessive wear at contact surface, and metal particles. • Check blocker pins for excessive wear or looseness. • Check synchronizer contact surfaces on the synchronizer cups for wear. Washers • Check surfaces of all washers. Washers scored or reduced in thickness should be replaced. Assembly Precautions Make sure that case interiors and housings are clean. It is important that dirt and other foreign materials are kept out of the transmission during assembly. Dirt is an abrasive and can damage polished surfaces of bearings and washers. Use certain precautions, as listed below, during assembly. Bearings • Use a flangeend bearing driver for bearing installation. These special drivers apply equal force to both bearing races, preventing damage to ballsrollers and races while maintaining correct bearing alignment with bore and shaft. Avoid using a tubular or sleevetype driver, whenever possible, as force is applied to only one of the bearing races.Introduction 4 Capscrews • To prevent oil leakage and loosening, use Eaton Fuller sealant 71205 on all capscrews. Gaskets • Use new gaskets throughout the transmission as it is being rebuilt. Make sure all gaskets are installed. An omission of any gasket can result in oil leakage or misalignment of bearing covers. Initial Lubrication • Coat all limit washers and shaft splines with Lubricant during assembly to prevent scoring and galling of such parts. ORings • Lubricate all Orings with silicon lubricant. Universal Joint Companion Flange or Yoke • Pull the companion flange or yoke tightly into place with the output shaft nut, using 650700 lb. ft. of torque. Make sure the speedometer drive gear or a replacement spacer of the same width has been installed. Failure to pull the companion flange or yoke tightly into place can result in damage to the mainshaft rear bearing. See the appropriate Illustrated Parts Lists (specified by model series) to ensure that proper parts are used during assembly of the transmission. IMPORTANTModel Designations 5 Model Designations Serial Tag Information and Model Nomenclature Transmission model designation and other transmission identification information are stamped on the serial tag. To identify the transmission model and serial number, locate the tag on the transmission and then locate the numbers as shown. Figure 11 below shows the tag which is located on the transmission. When calling for service assistance or parts, have the model and serial numbers handy Do not remove or destroy the transmission identification tag Transmission Tag and Location Model Number The model number gives basic information about the transmission and is explained below. Use this number when calling for service assistance or replacement parts. Serial Number The serial number is the sequential identification number of the transmission. Before calling for service assistance, write the number down as it may be needed. Bill of material or Customer number This number may be located below the model and serial numbers. It is a reference number used by Eaton®. Fig 11 Eaton Fuller Transmissions PTO Code Model Serial Made In Eaton Corporation Transmission Div Kalamazoo, MI 49003 FRO14210C F R 1 4 2 1 0 C Ratio Set Forward Speeds This (x) 100 = Nominal Torque Capacity = Helical Auxilary Gearing and MultiMesh Front Gearing Eaton Fuller Model Designation Prefix See options below: Fuller Roadranger Twin Countershaft FRF w Forward Shift Bar Housing FRO w Overdrive FROF w Overdrive and Forward Shift Bar Housing Prefix Definition FR 2Model Designations 6 Model Options
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MARKETING QUỐC TẾ 13 DESIGNING AND MANAGING SERVICES

MARKETING QUỐC TẾ 13 DESIGNING AND MANAGING SERVICES

Answer: DPage Ref: 361Objective: 1Difficulty: Easy29) A travel agency offers weekend discounts for car rentals. What can be deduced from this?A) It is increasing peak-time efficiency.B) It is using differential pricing.C) It is using linear pricing.D) It is cultivating peak demand.E) It is providing complementary services.Answer: BPage Ref: 361Objective: 1Difficulty: Easy8Copyright © 2012 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall30) In which of the following cases is a service provider trying to increase non-peak demand?A) A fine dining restaurant is promoting a breakfast service in addition to its popular lunch anddinner options.B) An upscale restaurant has a cocktail lounge where customers can wait until a table is ready.C) AXA Bank set up automated teller machines so that its customers could avoid standing inline.D) Chesterton College hired part-time teachers as enrollment increased significantly.E) Big department stores usually hire extra staff to handle the rush during the holiday season.Answer: APage Ref: 361Objective: 1
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JORDAN GSGN1JOR1

JORDAN GSGN1JOR1

Article, he shall recommend to the Council of Ministers the termination of any adoptedprovisional measures, and refund any amount collected as a provisional safeguard measureand release any security or deposit related to such measures submitted in accordance with theprovisions of Paragraph (B) of Article (20) of this Regulation.G/SG/N/1/JOR/1Page 7Article 19Subject to the provisions of Article (18) of this Regulation, the Competent Authority shallnormally conclude investigation and issue its recommendation to the Minister, whether to accept asafeguard application or reject it, within 3 months from the date of initiation of investigation but nolater than 5 months in special circumstances foreseen by the Minister. Such recommendation shall bereasoned and based on subjective evidence.Article 20A.The Minister may recommend to the Tariff Council, who in turn shall recommend to theCouncil of Ministers, the application of provisional measures for a period not exceeding200 days to prevent the injury by adjusting the customs tariff through imposing new customsduties on the imported product or increase the prescribed duties, if the Minister is satisfiedthat there is increase in imports of the like or competitive products that is causing or likely tocause damages which would be difficult to repair.B.The customs duty referred to in Paragraph (A) of this Article shall take the form of a bank orcash guarantee in favour of the Customs Authority.Article 21
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THÍ NGHIỆM TÂM LÝ

THÍ NGHIỆM TÂM LÝ

The learner gave mainly wrong answers (on purpose) and for each of these theteacher gave him an electric shock.When the teacher refused to administer a shock the experimenter was to give aseries of orders / prods to ensure they continued.There were 4 prods and if one was not obeyed then the experimenter (Mr.Williams) read out the next prod, and so on.Prod 1: Please continue.Prod 2: The experiment requires you to continue.Prod 3: It is absolutely essential that you continue.Prod 4: You have no other choice but to continue.Results:65% (two-thirds) of participants (i.e. teachers) continued to the highest level of 450volts. All the participants continued to 300 volts.Milgram did more than one experiment – he carried out 18 variations of hisstudy. All he did was alter the situation (IV) to see how this affected obedience(DV).Conclusion:Ordinary people are likely to follow orders given by an authority figure, even tothe extent of killing an innocent human being. Obedience to authority is ingrainedin us all from the way we are brought up.People tend to obey orders from other people if they recognize their authority asmorally right and / or legally based. This response to legitimate authority is learnedin a variety of situations, for example in the family, school and workplace.Milgram summed up in the article “The Perils of Obedience” (Milgram 1974),writing:
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Exploring the potential benefits of CRM systems in customer-centric age: A case study of a telecom company in Vietnam

Exploring the potential benefits of CRM systems in customer-centric age: A case study of a telecom company in Vietnam

This paper investigates the benefits of customer relationship management system to a company in the context of customer centric age, using a case study of CRM implementation in a local telecom service company in Vietnam. The findings suggest that after a long time leading the telecom market, at the moment, the company was facing stiff competition from new service providers. This competition would be even stiffer after Vietnam joined WTO and the Vietnamese telecom market will be open to competition in 2012. In such circumstance, CRM played a very important role in offering many potential benefits to the company. The findings confirm the existing literature in depicting the benefits of CRM system: ameliorating the quality of sales, marketing and customer service. In addition, the findings emphasise the important values of CRM towards strategy planning at strategic level and the implementation of this strategy at both tactical level and management level. Moreover, the research findings also explore the opportunities for the establishment and development of organisational customer culture from the implementation of a CRM system.
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CIMIGO CUSTOMER SERVICE IN VIETNAM TODAY

CIMIGO CUSTOMER SERVICE IN VIETNAM TODAY

Customer Servicein Vietnam Today!A report by:forJune 20121In preparation for ERC’s “Uplifting Service” seminar led by the worldrenowned Ron Kaufman, Cimigo and ERC conducted an online survey withthe business community of Vietnam.291 Company representatives responded. This is the state of play ofCustomer Service in Vietnam today.2Customer Service in Vietnam Today...80% of companies believe that Customer Service is a key part of their culture.However, the vast majority believe Customer Service needs to improve. Fewer than1/3 of companies have clear Customer Service metrics and the majority fail toinvestigate Customer Satisfaction with their customers nor benchmark themselvesagainst competitors.Customer Service training is not being extensively deployed, with only 1/3 ofcompanies having this as a core part of their training programme. Few companies runa scheme to reward employees for Customer Service.Most companies believe Customer Service is improving in Vietnam, but 78% believeinternational companies are better in this area than Vietnamese companies. Giventhat 9/10 believe Customer Service is essential for international competitiveness, itappears that companies in Vietnam need to focus on this critical area for their future
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ANTECEDENTS OF SERVICE DESIGN EFFECTIVENESS AND EFFICIENCY IN AN INTEGRATED FRAMEWORK

ANTECEDENTS OF SERVICE DESIGN EFFECTIVENESS AND EFFICIENCY IN AN INTEGRATED FRAMEWORK

... comprehensive, empathic understanding of customer needs Service design can be both tangible and intangible It can involve artifacts and other things including communication, environment and behaviors Whichever... know-how of service design foci and service design performance The service design foci include level of utilizing customer experience in service design, degree of formalization of service design. .. Prof Xie Min, Dr Chai Kah Hin, and Prof Tan Kay Chuan and IEEE Engineering Management Section Singapore Chapter for involving me in IEEM and ICMIT conferences as a student helper The enriching
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CISCO IOS CERTIFICATE ENROLLMENT USING ENHANCED ENROLLMENT COMMANDS CONFIGURATION EXAMPLE _ WWW.BIT.LY/TAIHO123

CISCO IOS CERTIFICATE ENROLLMENT USING ENHANCED ENROLLMENT COMMANDS CONFIGURATION EXAMPLE _ WWW.BIT.LY/TAIHO123

the certificate request. This is used in ca−trustpoint configuration mode.• password string Specifies the revocation password for the certificate. This is used in ca−trustpointconfiguration mode. Since the Certificate Revocation List (CRL) is not used in this document, allpasswords are set to "none."• serial−number [none]Specifies whether a serial number should be included in the certificaterequest. This is used in ca−trustpoint configuration mode.• usage method1 [method2, [method3]]Specifies the intended use for the certificate. The availableoptions are Internet Key Exchange (IKE), SSL−client, and SSL−server. The usage in this document isIKE. This is used in ca−trustpoint configuration mode.• auto−enroll [regenerate]Automatically request a router certificate from the CA that uses theparameters in the configuration. This command generates a new Rivest−Shamir−Adelman (RSA) keyonly if a new key does not exist with the requested label. Used in ca−trustpoint configuration mode,this command checks for expired router certificates. A trustpoint that is configured for auto−enrollattempts to reenroll when the router certificate expires. One of the benefits of this command is thatsome CAs require a new key for reenrollment to work. Therefore, the subcommand is used togenerate a new key. Automatic enrollment is performed on startup for any trustpoint CA that isconfigured and does not have a valid certificate. When the certificate that is issued by a trustpoint CA(configured for auto−enrollment) expires, a new certificate is requested. Although this feature doesnot provide seamless certificate renewal, it does provide unattended recovery from expiration.• rsakeypair key−label [key−size [encryption−key−size]]Specifies which key pair to associate witha certificate. This command is used in ca−trustpoint configuration mode. In many instances a routercan be required to enroll with multiple certificate servers. However, each CA server can havedifferent policy requirement (such as, key length). This subcommand allows associate RSA key pairsCisco − Cisco IOS Certificate Enrollment Using Enhanced Enrollment Commands Configuration Exampleof different sizes to identity certificates from different CA servers. If the subcommand is not used, therouter FQDN is used by default. The key−label is generated during enrollment if it does not alreadyexist or if the auto−enroll regenerate command is issued. Specify the key−size for generating the keyand specify the encryption−key−size to request separate encryption, signature keys, and certificates.
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GMAT VOCABULARY FLASH CARDS401

GMAT VOCABULARY FLASH CARDS401

GMAT Vocabulary Flash Cards @ englishpdf.com andenglishteststore.com File 401madden(v) To inflame with passion.--------------------Madonna(n) A painted or sculpturedrepresentation of the Virgin, usuallywith the infant Jesus.--------------------magician(n) A sorcerer.--------------------magisterial(adj) Having an air of authority.

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ADJUDICATORY AUTHORITY IN PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW THE HAGUE ACADEMY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW MONOGRAPHS _ FREE DOWNLOAD: BIT.LY/FREE123DOC

ADJUDICATORY AUTHORITY IN PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW THE HAGUE ACADEMY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW MONOGRAPHS _ FREE DOWNLOAD: BIT.LY/FREE123DOC

Moses H. Cone Memorial Hosp. v. Mercury Constr. Corp., 460 US 1 (1983).Mullane v. Central Hanover Bank & Trust Co., 339 US 306 (1950).Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway Co. v. Wallace, 288 US 249 (1933).National Rental v. Szukhent, 375 US 311 (1964).Neuchatel Swiss General Ins. Co. v. Lufthansa Airlines, 925 F. 2d 1193 (9th Cir.1990).New York Life Insurance Co. v. Dunlevy, 241 US 517 (1916).Northern Light Technology, Inc. v. Northern Lights Club, 236 F. 3d 57 (1st Cir.2001).Olympic Corp. v. Société Générale, 462 F. 2d 1193 (9th Cir. 1991).Pain v. United Technologies Corp., 637 F. 2d 775 (2d Cir. 1972), cert. denied, 454 US1128 (1981).Pennoyer v. Neff, 95 US 714 (1877).Perry v. Thomas, 482 US 483 (1987).Philadelphia & Reading Ry. Co. v. McKibbin, 243 US 264 (1917).Piper Aircraft Corp. v. Reyno, 454 US 235 (1981).Prima Point Corp. v. Flood & Conklin Mfg. Co., 388 US 395 (1967).Ravelo Monegro v. Rosa, 211 F. 3d 509 (9th Cir. 2000).Riverside & Dan River Cotton Mills v. Menefee, 237 US 189 (1915).Robert Lawrence Company v. Devonshire Fabrics, Inc., 271 F. 2d 402 (2d Cir. 1959),cert. granted, 362 US 909, cert. dismissed under Rule 60, 364 US 801 (1960).Rogers v. Guaranty Trust Co., 288 US 123 (1933).Rosenberg Bros. & Co. v. Curtis Brown Co., 260 US 516 (1923).Rush v. Savchuk, 444 US 320 (1980).Shaffer v. Heitner, 433 US 186 (1977).Shanferoke C. & S. Corp. v. Westchester Service Corp., 293 US 449 (1935).Southland Corp. v. Keating, 465 US 1 (1984).Stafford v. Briggs, 444 US 527 (1980).Swift v. Tyson, 41 US 1 (1842).Tempco Electric Heater Corp. v. Omega Engineering, Inc., 819 F. 2d 746 (7th Cir.
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TOEFL IBT VOCABULARY FLASH CARDS312

TOEFL IBT VOCABULARY FLASH CARDS312

English Vocabulary Flash Cards @ englishpdf.com andenglishteststore.com File 312insurrection(n) The state of being in activeresistance to authority.--------------------intangible(adj) Not perceptible to the touch.--------------------integrity(n) Uprightness of character andsoundness of moral principle.--------------------intellect

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MEHICO GSGN1MEX1S3

MEHICO GSGN1MEX1S3

and the volume of these imports and other circumstances (such as a rapid build-up ofinventories of the imported product) they are likely to seriously undermine theremedial effect of the final countervailing duty to be applied, provided that theimporters concerned have been given an opportunity to comment.In the case of subsidies which cause injury to the domestic industry, where, for the subsidizedproduct in question, the investigating authority finds that injury which is difficult to repair, that is tosay, when critical circumstances exist, is caused by massive imports in a relatively short period of aproduct benefiting from subsidies paid or bestowed inconsistently with the applicable provisions, andwhere it is deemed necessary, in order to preclude the recurrence of such injury, to assesscountervailing duties retroactively on these imports, it is the responsibility of the Ministry todetermine the application of the final countervailing duty to goods imported not more thanthree months prior to the date of application of the provisional measures.Article 68.- Final countervailing duties may be reviewed annually at the request of a party, orex officio by the Ministry at any time, irrespective of whether the duties are subject to an alternativedispute settlement mechanism or administrative or judicial proceedings.......Final paragraph repealed.Article 89 D.-...I. Their exports to the national territory of the goods subject to countervailing duties weresubsequent to the period under investigation in the proceedings that gave rise to the countervailingduty, andII. ...Article 93.-......V. ... Repealed;...In applying the fines referred to in subparagraph VI of this Article, the Ministry shall takeaccount of the seriousness of the infringement, the injury and losses caused, the previous record and
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Multiplication basics workbook

Multiplication basics workbook

Introduce your third grader to the basics of multiplication with these handy times table charts, worksheets and word problems. Contents: Multiplication Tables Its the Same Its Associative Commutative Simple Multiplication 1 Simple Multiplication 2 Simple Multiplication 3 Multiply It At the Bake Sale... Eggplant Recipe: Reading a Pictograph Numbers Party Certificate of Completion Answer Sheets

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AQA 21604 CEX TORT

AQA 21604 CEX TORT

distinguish between risks which are ‘ordinarily incident’ to the visitor’s calling and those which are not.Moreover, the student is confused in suggesting that Rick should be entitled to rely on s.2(3)(b) sincehe did not have the skill to check Marco’s work, a point which is relevant to s.2(4)(b). Taking intoaccount the strength of the explanation and application of the general requirements of the Act, thegood use of authority and the good, albeit slightly flawed, treatment of s.2(3)(b), the response merits‘weak sound.’(A) Weak SoundComment on Answer 3(A) This is an extract from the full answer to the question, and includes only the discussion of theOccupiers’ Liability Act 1957. The elements of a claim under the OLA 1957 are referred to, in that theterms ‘premises’, ‘occupier’, ‘visitor’, and ‘the common duty of care’ are explained and applied,together with some reference to relevant authority, but the explanation and application is limited.Moreover the answer would have been enhanced by an explanation of the overall structure andpurpose of the OLA 1957 (compare, for example, the first two sentences of the answer in the previousscript). There is some treatment of breach of duty, in that the student argues that Rick did not fail toact as the reasonable man, but the response is undermined by a weak and superficial considerationof the issues raised by s.2(3)(b). The student gains some credit by suggesting that ‘the accidenthappened within his profession’ and that ‘he should have known the risks’, but the explanation andanalysis are both very limited and fail to refer to the facts of the scenario. Overall, the answer containssome accurate explanation and application, both of which are fairly limited, leading to a classificationof ‘weak clear’.(A) Weak ClearComment on Answer 4(A) This is an extract from the full answer to the question, and includes only the discussion of theissues relating to negligent misstatement. The student gains credit by accurately explaining, in theopening paragraph, that claims in the tort of negligence for pure economic loss generally fail and thatclaims for such loss which result from a negligent misstatement constitute an exception to this rule.The question obviously required students to explain and apply the elements of a ‘special’ or
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BÀI TẬP THỰC HÀNH VIẾT 1 BẢN HỢP ĐỒNG XUẤT KHẨU

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LUẬN VĂN TỐT NGHIỆP MBA DEVELOPING BUSINESS STRATEGY FOR VIETTEL MOBILE IN VIET NAM FOR THE YEARS 20112015

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MARKETING PLAN FOR CERTIFICATE AUTHORITY SERVICE AT VDC VNPT

Marketing management takes place when at least one party to a potential exchange thinksabout the means of achieving desired responses from other parties.Thus we see marketing management as the art and science of choosing target markets andgetting, keeping, and growing customers through creating, delivering, and communicatingsuperior customer value.In Wikipedia define:Marketing is used to identify the customer, satisfy the customer, and keep the customer. Withthe customer as the focus of its activities, marketing management is one of the majorcomponents of business management. Marketing evolved to meet the stasis in developing newmarkets caused by mature markets and overcapacities in the last 2-3 centuries. The adoption ofmarketing strategies requires businesses to shift their focus from production to the perceivedneeds and wants of their customers as the means of staying profitable.We can distinguish between a social and a managerial definition of marketing. A socialdefinition shows the role marketing plays in society; for example, one marketer has said thatmarketing’s role is to “deliver a higher standard of living.” Here is a social definition thatserves our purpose:Marketing is a societal process by which individuals and groups obtain what they need andwant through creating, offering, and freely exchanging products and services of value withothers.12Managers sometimes think of marketing as “the art of selling products,” but many people areSurprising when they hear that selling is not the most important part of marketing! Selling isonly the tip of the marketing iceberg. Peter Drucker, a leading management theorist, puts itthis way:There will always, one can assume, be need for some selling. But the aim of marketing is tomake selling superfluous. The aim of marketing is to know and understand the customer sowell that the product or service fits him and sells it. Ideally, marketing should result in a
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TỪ ĐIỂN MẪU CÂU LUẬT HỌC VIỆT ANH

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