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  • Turning Hindsight into Foresight鈥擮ur Search for the 鈥淧hilosopher's Stone”of Failure

    Joyce Fortune and Geoff Peters  

    This paper tells the story of work using Systems thinking to study failure. It describes the methodological developments that have taken place in this area at the Open University and looks at how the emphasis has shifted from the examination of past failures to the prediction and prevention of future failures and the facilitation of organizational learning through the analysis of failures. It ends with an outline of some of the work on systems failures that is currently under way.
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  • Faith in Guanshiyin fo (観世音仏) through Analyses of Stone Inscriptions in the Northern Dynasties Period

    KURAMOTO   Shotoku  

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  • Experimental study on soil improvement with stone columns and granular blankets; 石柱与颗粒覆盖增强土壤的实验研究;

    Mehrannia, Nima   Kalantary, Farzin   Ganjian, Navid  

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  • 2249 THE 鈥淒ASH DIET”FOR STONE PREVENTION: HOW DIFFICULT IS COMPLIANCE?

    Kristina L. Pennistona   Bridget M. Stroupa   Stephen Y. Nakadaa  

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  • Renal geology (quantitative renal stone analysis) by 鈥楩ourier transform infrared spectroscopy”

    Iqbal Singh  

    Aim To prospectively determine the precise stone composition (quantitative analysis) by using infrared spectroscopy in patients with urinary stone disease presenting to our clinic. To determine an ideal method for stone analysis suitable for use in a clinical setting.
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  • REINFORCED NATURAL STONE

    A reinforced natural stone according to an embodiment of the present invention comprises: (A) an unsaturated polyester resin; (B) a silica powder; and (C) a zirconium powder.
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  • Mortarless stone veneer

    A mortarless stone veneer is provided which is in a panel format and which has an upper end, a lower end, a first end, a second end, a front side and a rear side. An upper attachment flange has its lower end embedded in the rear side of the panel so as to extend upwardly therefrom. A first end attachment flange has its inner end embedded in the panel at the first end thereof. A second end attachment flange has its inner end embedded in the panel at the second end. The end attachment flanges are bendably movable between an extended attachment position and a folded position behind the panel.
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  • Stone dumping real time measuring system for stone dumping vessel

    A stone dumping real time measuring system for a stone dumping vessel includes a boom. The boom is mounted to a control cabin of the stone dumping vessel and can extend outwardly from the control cabin to be located above a predetermined stone dumping position. A signal line hangs from the boom. A floater is connected to the other end of the signal line. The floater is provided with a positioning device, a surge compensator, and a depth sounder. The floater freely floats on the water through the separate design of the floater and the stone dumping vessel. The floater is directly positioned by the positioning device of the floater, and the surge compensator is able to correct a measurement error of the depth sounder to instantly report the stone dumping result and to improve the accuracy and precision of the stone real time measuring system.
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  • STONE RETRIEVAL BALLOON CATHETER

    A device for removing a urinary tract stone from a ureter may include an outer shaft, an inner shaft extending coaxially within the outer shaft, a self-expanding wire basket attached to a basket shaft extending coaxially within the inner shaft, an inflatable balloon and a handle. The balloon may include a rounded distal tip. The handle may include an inversion slider coupled to the inner shaft and configured to actuate the inner shaft, thereby inverting the distal tip of the inflatable balloon to form a pocket adapted to receive a urinary tract stone. The handle may also include a basket slider coupled to the basket shaft and configured to actuate the basket shaft to move the wire basket in and out of the inner shaft. The basket slider and the inversion slider are coupled such that when the inversion slider is moved along the handle to invert the distal tip of the balloon, the basket slider moves automatically to retract the wire basket into the distal tip of the balloon.
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  • Jewelry stone setting

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  • Jewelry stone setting

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  • STONE LOCK FITNESS EQUIPMENT

    A stone lock fitness equipment, consisting of a lock-shaped brick body (1). The lock-shaped brick body (1) is a closed ring body formed by a lock handle (2), a lock head (3), a lock tail (4), and a lock back (5) that are connected. The lock-shaped brick (1) is made of concrete, or plastic, or ceramic.
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  • Residual stone fragments

    Suarez-Ibarrola, Rodrigo   Hein, Simon   Miernik, Arkadiusz  

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  • Artificial quartz stone slab

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  • Jewelry stone setting

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  • Stone impact simulator

    A stone impact simulator is provided. That stone impact simulator includes a projectile propulsion section to propel a projectile toward a test sample and a projectile capture section to capture the projectile after the projectile ricochets off of the test sample. The projectile capture section includes a rebound block, a spent projectile storage compartment and a projectile energy dissipation element between the rebound block and the spent projectile storage compartment.
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