ARI Newsletter

As ARI anticipates organizational changes , we remain confident of our scientific
and technical abilities to meet the challenges that face ARI and to accomplish our
mission for the Army . ARI is and will continue to be end product oriented .

Author: U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences

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ISBN: IND:30000113950210

Category: Military research

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ARI Research Note

ARI accomplishes its mission through research and development in the
acquisition , training , utilization , and retention of Army personnel . ARI research
and products affect every Army mission with a human performance component .

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105211202598

Category: Military research

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ARI Research in Basic Skills Education

Evaluation of the U . S . Army Basic Skills Education Program ( ARI Technical
Report 727 ) . Alexandria , VA : U . S . Army Research Institute . ( AD A180 292 )
Hahn , C . P . , Krug , R . E . , & Stoddart , S . C . ( 1985 ) . Evaluation of the
McFann ...

Author: Zita M. Simutis

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ISBN: UIUC:30112104094591

Category: Adult education

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The 1986 ARI Survey of Army Recruits

ARI Responsibilities . This is an ARI project undertaken on behalf of the Army
Persoanel Activities . While data collection has been contracted out , ARI remains
responsible for insuring the quality and reasonableness of data collection ...

Author: Michael E. Benedict

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ISBN: MINN:31951D00744640Y

Category: Scientific surveys

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The Public School Latin Grammar

15 . mic - are micui ( - avi ) - micātum glitter frument - ari , lay in corn * moder - ari ,
rule , restrain proeli - ari , fight a battle ( de - , * frustr - ari , baffle modul - ari , tune
ratiocin - ari , reason * frutic - ari , sprout * moriger - ari , comply record - ari ...

Author: Benjamin Hall Kennedy

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ISBN: OXFORD:600093825

Category: Latin language

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The Public School Latin Grammar for the Use of Schools Colleges and Private Students Fourth Edition

inquire 11080 frument - ari , lay in corn * moder - ari , rule , restrain * proeli - ari ,
fight abattle ( de - ) * frustr - ari , baffle modul - ari , tune ratiocin - ari , reason *
frutic - ari , sprout * moriger - ari , comply record - ari , remember fur - ari , steal *
mor ...

Author: Benjamin Hall Kennedy

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ISBN: BL:A0022030946

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Japanese English Dictionary

114 ARI - GATAKI . ARI - HEI . 4 ) Expression of esteem . Ari - gatasi , Sore de
arigatasa suku - nási , there is I thank you . Ari - gatai - koto wo siranu , nothing
particular in , or little thanks ' he knows nothing of : Ari - gatai ' , 1. E. to be gained
by ...

Author: Johann Joseph Hoffmann

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ISBN: UOM:39015011251264

Category: Japanese language

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Colloquial Japanese

Deki , to finish , Dekite , Dekite - ari , Dekita or Dekimash'ta . De , to issue , Dete ,
Dete - ari , Deta or Demash'ta . Kikazari , to dress well , Kikazatte , Kikazatte - ari ,
Kikazatta , or Kikazarimash'ta . Nare , to be accustomed , Narete , Narete - ari ...

Author: Samuel Robbins Brown

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ISBN: UCAL:$B778715

Category: Japanese language

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A Practical Grammar of the Latin Language with Perpetual Exercises in Speaking and Writing

Imitor , āri , ātus sum , to imitate . Ratiocinor , äri , ātus sum , to reason , Jacŭlor ,
āri , ātus sum , to throw . compute . Licitor , āri , ātus sum , to bid . Rusticor , āri ,
ātus sum , to rusticate . Luctor , āri , ātus sum , to struggle . Sciscitor , āri , ātus
sum ...

Author: George J. Adler

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ISBN: HARVARD:32044097062590

Category: Latin language

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To have ARE Tu imp . of ari . Be it , whether : oide or to be more than enougu .
are , come here ; kaku – , so be it ; hito ni mo ARI - ARITE TV TV T adv . Finally ;
in the are , kedamono ni mo are , mina kami no tsu - end . kutia mono da ,
whether ...

Author: James Curtis Hepburn

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ISBN: UVA:X001308105

Category: English language

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A Japanese English and English Japanese Dictionary

Tu needs , all there is over . ga kõdzui de areta , the rice - fields were spoiled ARI
- AWASE , – ru , - ta , pyyntiv , t A , t . v . by the inundation . Teoi shika ga — , the
To make to do , make suit ; cause to be on wounded stag is ' savage Umi ga — ...

Author: James Curtis Hepburn

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ISBN: NYPL:33433081858254

Category: English language

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A Japanese Grammar

Ari-siva, the having been, or what has been. Ari-simo, also what has been (
subjective substantive proposition). — Nokorisi ... Ari-siniva, 4. Ari-site, while
there has been. 5. Ari-si yori kono kata, since there has been. 6. Ari-si-y&e', Ari-si-
kara, 7.

Author: Johann Joseph Hoffmann

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ISBN: UOM:39015016562285

Category: Japanese language

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Puk en Jojua

Jioua me pan pila tar a ara - 22 Ari Jojua ilokia ue men maj akan me pan koki to
katar akai , irail ari tan uon penainai ; o penainai me im o , nan kapua ko karuk la
Jioua me pan pila tar a ara - | nan im 0 , o mone potapot maj kan me pan ko to ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015063632437

Category: Pohnpeian language

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Sturlunga Saga Including the Islendinga Sage of Lawman Sturla Thordsson and Other Works

Ara - synir ( Ari and Rögnvald ) , vii . go , but Arn - gerðr , Ásólfs d . , iii . 13 . better
fìluga - synir , see vii . ... Ari , Þorgeirs s . , Halla s . , father of bishop Árni , þorláks
s . , bishop of Skálholt ( fyrri ) , Guðmund , m . Ulfeið Gunnars d . , iii . 9 . iv .

Author: Guðbrandur Vigfússon

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ISBN: UOM:39015008564174

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Manuela Ari

8a . maya One ( is ) maria ari Maria Ari maya another xuan de dios ari Juan de
Dios Ari ucaxa this one hiwataxilla is now dead 9a . ukaxa kimsaniphakatwa Now
we are three 10a . wallaqerinxa In wallaqeri aukixampi with my father taikaxampi
 ...

Author: Manuela Ari

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ISBN: UOM:39015034890106

Category: Aymara women

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Biography of an Aymara woman, collected from 1940 - 43 in Chucuito by Harry Tschopik. Presented in Aymara with line-by-line translations into English and Spanish. Significant for being the oldest example of Andean testimonial literature--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 57.

Physical Processes and Zooplankton Distribution in the Great South Channel

This thesis addresses the question, "How do small-scale physics and biology combine to produce dense aggregations of certain species of zooplankton in the Great South Channel (GSC) of the Gulf of Maine?

Author: Ari Wenkart Epstein

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ISBN: UCSD:31822008784555

Category: Biology

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This thesis addresses the question, "How do small-scale physics and biology combine to produce dense aggregations of certain species of zooplankton in the Great South Channel (GSC) of the Gulf of Maine?" The thesis consists of three relatively independent parts: an observational study made while following two right whales as they fed on dense patches of the copepod Galanus finmarchicus in the northern GSC; a detailed description of a tightly integrated set of biological and physical observations made in the GSC by means of a new instrument, the Video Plankton Recorder (VPR); and a two-dimensional Eulerian numerical model that simulates one way in which a physical flow field, combined with a biological behavior pattern, may produce dense plankton patches at a convergent front. Part I: Data from a wide variety of instruments was combined to produce a coherent picture of the physical and biological environment near two feeding right whales observed in June, 1989. Instruments included a CTD (with transmissometer), a MOCNESS net system, a 150-kHz ADCP, and a towed acoustic plankton profiler operating at 120 and 200 kHz. Acoustic data were intercalibrated with net-tow data and with "noise" in the transmissometer signal in order to estimate copepod abundance in the plankton patches on which the whales were feeding. One of the whales was observed to reverse course when copepod abundance dropped below about 1.5- 4.5 x 103 copepods/m3, which is consistent with independent estimates of the density of copepods necessary for a right whale to gain more energy from the prey it ingests than it loses to the extra hydrodynamic drag it experiences while feeding. Part II: The VPR is a towed underwater microscope designed to image plankton non-invasively with sufficient resolution to obtain information on the spatial distribut ion of organisms on scales ranging from millimeters to hundreds of kilometers. CTD instrumentation mounted on the VPR makes it possible to correlate biological and hydrographic data with great precision. This study reports data from one transect made across the GSC in May, 1992. The data show close correlations between hydrographic features (such as fronts, plumes and water masses) and broad-scale plankton distribution. In addition, it was possible to correlate the fine-scale (order tens of meters) patchiness in plankton distribution with the local stability of the water column (as indicated by gradient Richardson number). In one case, biological data provided an aid in determining the origin of one of the observed water masses. Part III: This chapter presents a two-dimensional Eulerian numerical model that shows how depth-keeping swimming behavior on the part of an organism, combined with a convergent flow field at a surface front, can create dense patches of the organism. In this model a steady-state flow field and vertical diffusivity field are prescribed, along with the initial distribution of the plankton. The plankton swim vertically with speeds that depend only on depth, but the form of that depth-dependence may take into account such factors as the vertical variation in light level or in the concentration of some prey organism. An analysis of various nondimensional parameters associated with the model illustrates the roles played in determining the final structure of the patch by such factors as diffusion, water velocity and details of the animals' swimming behavior. Output from the model is compared with data taken at a dense plankton patch observed near a front in the northern Great South Channel in early June, 1989.