- How well do your lungs work? // Current Science;10/3/97, Vol. 83 Issue 3, p7
Presents an experiment to test lung capacity. Information on what is needed for the experiment; Conclusion of the experiment.
- 9 signs of a capacity to live active religious life well. // Horizon: Journal of the National Religious Vocation Conference;Winter2014, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p11
The article offers information on the nine signs of a capacity to live active religious life well. One sign offered is the capacity for solitude, meditation and prayer. The other is the capacity for relaxation and practices that diminish compulsion. Another one is firmness of purpose and...
- Killing and disabling: a comment on Sinnott-Armstrong and Miller. McMahan, Jeff // Journal of Medical Ethics;Jan2013, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p10
The author offers comments on the article "What Makes Killing Wrong," by Walter Sinnott-Armstrong and Franklin G. Miller. He criticizes the view of Sinnott-Armstrong and Miller that the wrongness of killing is fully explicable when it comes to the wrongness of disabling. However, he agrees with...
- Calif. Assembly Bill Would Eliminate 'Diminished Capacity' // Advocate;10/1/81, Issue 327, p15
Reports on the abolition of the defense of diminished capacity in judgments about the rightness or wrongness of a defendants' action by the California state assembly.
- 24. RESEARCH TECHNIQUE. BREYER, RALPH F. // Journal of Marketing;Apr1945, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p401
A number of abstracts are presented for articles pertaining to marketing research techniques. The include "Market Analysis, Not Plant Capacity, Should Be Future Sales Volume Guide," by J. N. Bauman, "What's Wrong with Field Research?" by Richard Webster and "Determining Sample Size," by J. A....
- Diminished Capacity Departures for Compulsive Gambling: Punishing the Pathological or Pardoning the Common Criminal? Starr, Justin W. // Brigham Young University Law Review;2003, Vol. 2003 Issue 1, p385
Focuses on diminished capacity departures for compulsive gambling in the U.S. Background on the guidelines and rationale for the departure guideline; Description of a correlation between compulsive gambling and crime; Discussion of several ways of interpreting the departure guideline with...
- Driver Shortage: More than meets the eye. Berman, Jeff // Logistics Management;Nov2014, Vol. 53 Issue 11, p20
The author says there is more confusion now around what needs to be done to address the truck driver shortage problem. In an effort to reduce turnover and secure capacity, he observes large truckload carriers have increased driver pay packages and recruiting efforts. He however advances the...
- Influence of time of day on anaerobic capacity. Marth, Pamela D.; Woods, Robin R. // Perceptual & Motor Skills;Apr98, Vol. 86 Issue 2, p592
Examines the effect of time of day on responses to exhaustive cycle ergometer exercise and anaerobic capacity. What paired-means t tests indicated; Reference to D. W. Hill and Smith and A.F. Melhim comparison of anaerobic capacity at different times of the day; Evaluation of morning and...
- Decision-making capacity. Gunn, M.J.; Wong, J.G.; Clare, I.C.H.; Holland, A.J. // Medical Law Review;Autumn99, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p269
Investigates attempts to maximize the decision-making capacity of vulnerable persons. Examination of the ease with which a test of capacity might have clinical application; Adoption of a relevant definition of capacity; Decision assessment procedure; Outcome of the capacity assessments.
- Back to Basics. Ellis, Rebecca; McKew, Howard // Engineered Systems;Apr2001, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p12
Focuses on design and commissioning of chillers. Sequence of operation; Minimum cooling capacity; Maximum cooling capacity; Test procedures.