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A light blue van was sighted and an individual with head covered wearing gloves and light tracksuit bottoms - this person may be connected to the incidents. With the darker evenings, and the clocks changing this weekend, please be vigilant for your own and neighbouring properties. Councillors are being elected to the Ferndown Division of Dorset County Council on Thursday 25th October , don't forget to use your vote!

We have been informed by Dorset County Council that the signs at the entrance of Ridgeway have been repeatedly moved into the road. If this activity continues, Dorset County Council will be forced to remove them because it is unsafe for road users. The location of the signs follow regulations set out in Chapter 8 of the Traffic Signs Manual, locations shown on the attached photos and should be left in situ.

Starting Monday 15 October — there will be a northbound lane 2 closure each week night from 8pm to 6am the following morning. This will give the safe space necessary on site for the northbound central reservation kerbing to be replaced.

Doing this part of the work now should help reduce the northbound lane closure as part of the work next year. During half term — week commencing Monday 22 October — there will be three nights of full road closure. These closures will allow pre-cast concrete units to be lowered into place in the gap between the two bridges over the River Stour.

This will join together the two separate bridges and allow carriageway widening into the central reservation. There will be a signed diversion route during this work. There has been a further incident of fly tipping in West Parley - this time in Mags Barrow. It has been eported by a resident to Dorset County Council.

Please ensure registered waste removal firms are employed at all times, so you know that your waste is being disposed of legally. For the latest information on the A this week, please click here. Residents in West Parley are celebrating a further success in the Dorset Best Kept Village competition gaining a third place in the Large Village section against some strong competition.

The judges of the competition noted the effort made by the large number of village volunteers who maintain the road verges and public parks, who maintain the many roadside flower planters and litter pick in all weathers.

Also noted were the efforts of the many residents who mow the verges outside their houses, the smartness of business premises and the All Saints Churchyard. Would residents please note that the Millhams Community Recycling Centre on Ringwood Road closed yesterday 24 September for four weeks for essential drainage works. It is always wise to take some form of Identification if residents choose to use these sites.

All closures will start at 9. Monday Lane 1 southbound closed from the quarry entrance on the A should only be a short closure. Tuesday Lane 1 southbound closed from the quarry entrance down to Cooper Dean. This will be a long closure, and it will appear that not a lot is going on.

Vegetation clearance outside the water works will also be finished. Wednesday Lane 1 southbound closed if work from Monday and Tuesday needs finishing. Thursday Lane 1 southbound closed from the quarry entrance on the A should only be a short closureLane 1 northbound closed from Cooper Dean. Vegetation clearance at Blackwater Junction will also be done. Residents may have recently seen temporary lights at Ensbury Bridge, this was SGN dealing with a couple of gas escapes and nothing to do with the A works.

Firstly signage was placed at the end of Ridgeway adjoining Christchurch Road. It was experiencing high numbers of vehicles which were driving at speed, which could potentially damage their vehicles, trying to dodge the queues on Christchurch Road. Ridgeway is not adopted by Dorset County Council and the residents of Ridgeway pay for the road to be maintained.

The second sign is at the entrance of the Cul de Sac on Mags Barrow. Numerous cars would turn off New Road to avoid the queues, however the second turn for Mags Barrow leads to a cul de sac, so signage has been erected to deter the speeding vehicles up and down this dead end road. Please be advised that there are five nights of road closures for the final construction works at Hurn Roundabout, near Bournemouth Airport. The roundabout — and all approaches — will be closed to traffic from 8pm to 6am on Monday 24, Tuesday 25, Wednesday 26, Thursday 27 and Friday 28 September so that surfacing and white lining works can be carried out.

Local access will be maintained but there may be a short delay while we move machinery or carry out a task there will be no through access. Highways England have a section of the eastbound A31 closed during these evenings. The diversion route for the Hurn Roundabout closures will follow the same route as diverted A31 traffic: Keep up to date by registering for Dorset Alerts to your email.

Many Councils have elected to remove all bins at public sites to reduce costs, and users are forced to take their rubbish and waste home with them. This is made easier by Dorset Waste Partnership allowing dog waste to be disposed of in the usual black kerbside household bin collection.

However, the Parish Council currently has the bins to ensure the Recreation Ground is at its best for all users. Several months ago, polite notices were added to all the bins to encourage correct use but regrettably in the last few weeks, these have all been ripped off and 1 smeared with The litter bins are not emptied by Dorset Waste Partnership, nor are they emptied by a contractor.

They are emptied by 2 residents who are part of the West Parley volunteers, who work tirelessly to keep the village at its best. To keep it litter free for all to enjoy. The notice was requesting the dog waste was not deposited in these bins, as these volunteers also sort the litter in the bins so that as much as possible is recycled.

As you can imagine they do not want to handle split dog waste bags, nor can they lift the bag which is extremely heavy when containing the dog waste. The dog waste bins were purchased by the Parish Council and are emptied weekly by a contractor. The notices became necessary after a number of people were stopped when depositing large volumes of dog waste bags which were brought from home. We respectfully ask that all users of Parish Council facilities, abide by the requests.

Otherwise, the Parish Council may choose to remove all bins, like other Councils, and divert funds towards employing a Dog Warden. Details of the EDDC local plan review can be found here. These improvements are much needed, but for the duration of the roadworks many drivers choose to divert through West Parley.

This explains the longer than usual queues which have started this week, seeing rush hour extending between 4pm to 7pm. It's been taking half an hour just to get from one side of the village to the other at 6. Experience from previous A works show that drivers will seek alternative routes and hopefully the Parley Cross congestion will settle for the remainder of the 9 months!

In the meantime, drivers are encouraged to respect other road users and be considerate to residents, driving within the speed limits on all roads. Preliminary work has started today on the A auxiliary lane between the Blackwater Junction and Cooper Dean roundabout. The works will see the southbound slip lane being extended as a third lane under the B overbridge and over the River Stour Bridge. The extra lane will continue for approximately m to give additional space for traffic to safely merge back into two lanes.

To accommodate the extra lane the carriageway will be widened into both the verge and central reserve and the bridge piers on the B overbridge will also be given additional protection. To enable these works to be undertaken there will be lane closures on the southbound carriageway. This will be reduced to just one lane from north of the Blackwater Junction towards the Cooper Dean roundabout. There will be a temporary 40mph speed limit in place. The northbound carriageway lane widths will be reduced slightly but two lanes will remain.

The scheme will also include improvements to the northbound slip off. The Blackwater West junction on the B will also be affected. Whilst some advance works off the carriageway are planned for the autumn, the main works are scheduled for next year. The works on the A will continue until next June. Inevitably these works will cause some delays and drivers are advised to allow extra time for their journeys or find an alternative route.

Road users are advised to sign up to the blog to stay up to date with road news. For more information visit www. Residents please be aware that Millhams tip will close for a month from 24th September and residents should use Wimborne or Christchurch.

The closure is so that a 'tanking system' can be installed to stop waste water runoff from the tip going into the Stour as it does now. For the Echo articles please click on these links. Reports have been received of criminal damage to cars and property in Church Lane over recent days. Residents are reminded to ensure properties are locked, including cars and outbuildings and not to leave valuables in their cars.

Looking for something to do to entertain the kids on Monday Morning … pop down to the Parish Council's Parley Wood, to take part in 2 hours of bug hunting, frog catching and all sorts of natural activities. Just take the narrow lane next to the Memorial Hall on Christchurch Road, and park in our car park. Signage will be up to direct you to the area in the woods that the Moors Valley Rangers are waiting for your little explorers. Extend your stay and make use of our lovely wooden children's play area or run around on our Recreation Ground.

If it's sunny, why not bring a picnic! Any time - feel free to top up our 2 bug hotels in Parley Wood, for our smallest of residents, with cardboard, twigs, leaves, fire cones etc but NO plastic! As we approach the Great Dorset Steam Fair, we would like to remind residents to be vigilant for any unusual behaviour by visitors to the area. Residents are also reminded to always use authorised companies for activities rather than employing the services of 'doorstep callers'.

It is with great sadness that we share the news of the passing of Cllr Steve Lugg. Our thoughts are with his wife, Cathy, and all his family at this very sad time. Ferndown Town Council Statement: Steve served his town and council for 10 years with huge dedication and commitment. He leaves a great legacy and Ferndown will miss him dearly. Despite illness he continued his mayoral duties for as long as he could with huge strength and determination.

On behalf of the Council and its staff, I extend my very deepest condolences to his wife, Cllr Cathy Lugg, and their children. Steve was so proud of Ferndown and its community, and campaigned tirelessly for its causes. He had a highly developed sense of duty and had a special skill at motivating those around him to do more for the community. He was elected as a town councillor in October , and over the last ten years had been Deputy Mayor three times.

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Dorset for You website - http: Give your responses either through: Residents please be aware tht the Management Committee are proposing to change the Charity from an unincorporated organisation to an incorporated organisation.

There will be no change in the way that hirers book or use the Hall. Being incorporated will provide for a more secure future for the Hall, and a new constitution will be submitted to the Charity Commission in due course. The lights are more directional and are positioned on new posts which are 1 metre taller with LED lights.

They not only should be cheaper to run but provide a brighter, more natural light on the highways. Why not judge for yourself. Having received monies from a number of successful grant applications, we have funded the purchase and installation of the outside gym with minimal funds from the precept. We are thrilled that work has now commenced, by recycling the informal play area to become the boundary for the outside gym.

Initial groundworks have been completed to provide easy access to the facility and the installation is scheduled for the week commencing 12th March This edition has been slightly delayed in anticipation of a Planning Application for the New Road development. In addition to the bi-annual newsletter, there is a bright yellow flyer which gives details of the 2 planning applications in relation to the Link Road, the SANG and the development. Please take time to read the flyer , look at the applications and comment to EDDC Planning Department within their deadline.

Just your Parish Council to listen to your views. We appreciate the impact of this proposal is far reaching and welcome comments from outside of the Parish, however would encourage you to contact your own Councillors to look at the proposal and submit comments.

The newsletters are distributed by a wonderful team of volunteers from around the village. So firstly a big thank you to you all and secondly, if anyone would like to help with future circulation usually just twice a year please get in touch and you can be allocated a road. Details of the applications can be found on Dorset For You - www. The Parish Council feels it vital to understand the views of residents in order to best represent their opinion, and have called a public meeting for 7pm, Tuesday 20th February.

Please see details on the attached poster. Thank you to Tesco Bags of Help for the award, and thank you to each and everyone of you who popped a blue disc in the container to support our improvements for the residents of the Parish.

The simple blood test is carried out by qualified phlebotomists and analysis is carried out at the Dorset County Hospital with results issued a few days later by the PCaSO urologist. Jim Davis, chairman Dorset PCaSo branch said rapid progress had been made in raising awareness, identifying and teating prostate cancer in the 21st century. There have been some significant statements made regarding the importance of PSA testing for men aged 45 or over.

Swedish researchers say checking every man aged would predict nearly half of all prostate cancer deaths. This surely provides a convincing case for prostate cancer screening and in the absence of anything better the current PSA test should be introduced. Mr Davis added, "in Dorset, to date, we have tested over symptom-less men. Approximately have been referred to their GPs, and of these, have either received treatment or are on active surveillance.

We believe these figures more than justify our actions. We will not stop until every Dorset man has been made aware of his right to choose. But 2 other organisations currently have applications in stores for voting You can vote in local Tescos stores and voting ends at the end of February, , and as Tesco says 'every little helps', so please help to support these great resources.

Bournemouth Council has submitted a planning application, DH to build a new junction and link road from the A to Wessex Fields. If approved, the plans will play a key part in unlocking the available employment land at Wessex Fields, whilst making the most of the natural environment around it. There is strong demand for flexible business space in and around Bournemouth but the supply of A Grade office is in short supply.

Local people can have their say on the plans until the end of February The plans are available on the Bournemouth Council website. A series of events are also coming up where the public can view the plans and talk to the project team. Do you have issues with parking? Dorset Police has launched a new online knowledgebase designed to help the public find answers to common enquiries and guide them to the right agencies.

AskNED offers help and advice around a whole host of topics such as civil matters including landlord and tenant disputes, as well as criminal matters including burglary and assault. AskNED provides advice and information about what you should do and who can help. The online service is quick and easy to use. It is an alphabetical list of topics the police commonly receive enquiries about, along with details of the agencies who can help you.

It is an alphabetical list of topics that hold information and signposting details for that subject. Ultimately, I hope that AskNED will assist the public with questions they may have and divert people away from the non-emergency number which will in turn provide further improvements to our service.

To access the AskNED knowledgebase visit www. Remember, it is quicker and easier to report online, however the non-emergency service is available should you wish to speak to someone.

If a crime is in progress or life in danger always dial Repairs to the new surface at Chapel Gate Roundabout have now been scheduled for March, before the Easter holidays. In the run up to March, the material will be monitored with frequent inspections, taking samples to inform the extent of the repairs needed. The deterioration of the material has been caused by a combination of factors including the specification of the material used, the cold ground conditions at the time of laying and the location of the joints of the laid material.

This work will be carried out at night to try and minimise the disruption. Residents will be informed as soon as dates for the repairs are available. Live traffic and travel: The Parish Council is sad to announce that Kay Bundy has resigned from the Parish Council, due to increasing work commitments.

We are sad to see Kay leave and are grateful for all that she has contributed during her time on the Council. In addition, by recycling the woodchip onto the main play area, it should help keep the cost down for the annual top up of wood chip in the summer.

Once we have more information, it will be shared through the usual communication channels. If you would like to get involved and help to keep the village looking at its best, feel free to get in touch. A big Thank You to Dorset County Council Highways, who arranged for a hedge to be cut back to expose the no entry sign at the service road junction with Longfield Drive, and also replace the other sign which was badly faded. All in 3 days! Planning on getting someone a drone ThisChristmas? Help them get to feet by signing them up to one of the 'Safer Drones' courses in January held in Ferndown.

For more information click here and to sign up, email: And from the PC You can read my full thoughts here. Never in my 38 years in policing have I seen staff so exhausted, demand so high, and morale so low. The survey will take just a couple of minutes to complete, so I would really appreciate you taking the time to do so. It is vital I gather the views of as many local people as possible. The Parish Council has been informed of rumours circulating regarding the land they own which is known as Parley Sports Club Playing Fields and Clubhouse.

The rumour is that the land is going to be redeveloped by the Parish Council for potential housing or other development, which would prohibit sports on the facility. The Parish Council can assure residents that there is no truth in this rumour and that the Parish Council owns this land for the benefit of sport within the village.

Development for residential properties is prohibited within that proximity and therefore, we can confirm that the land cannot be used for anything other than green space or sporting provision.

The Parish Council would appreciate your assistance quashing any rumours of this nature. West Parley has to thank Resident Malcolm Plascott for the great display of Christmas decorations in the village this year.

Malcolm has been coming up with ideas to make the village look more festive for a couple of years and this year sees much more on display as he has built a number of Christmas tree shaped frames that have been covered in tinsel to add to the existing tinsel and garland displays used in previous years.

The displays cover the railings at Parley Cross and Glenmoor Road as well as the shops and a number of trees. These were put up by the Parish Volunteers a few weeks ago and many Residents have mentioned how good they look.

They are eco-friendly as car headlights at night and sun in the day reflect on the tinsel as it is blown in the wind lighting up the whole display at no cost. Litter Free Coast and Sea are launching their Christmas campaign tomorrow to raise awareness of plastics pollution, particularly the plastic straw. The Marine Conservation Society Great British Beach Clean report was released today, and it shows that single-use plastic straws are still on the top 10 items found on beaches around the UK.

So, join us in making a simple change — refuse the plastic straw! There are plenty of alternatives out there — glass, metal, paper — bamboo! This award is to help with the cost of installing the Outside Gym at the Recreation Ground, which should be progressed in the spring once all the funding is in place.

This is where we need your help. Voting is currently in stores until the end of the year. Unfortunately, the only local store hosting our application is the Tesco at Parley Cross.

So if you could please use your blue tokens and for vote in store at Parley Cross, it would be appreciated. Alternatively, most stores in the Bournemouth area will be hosting our application so it will be possible to vote there as well. The Parish Council has received a Licence Application from Bournemouth 7s Rugby Tournament, who are looking to increase the attendance from to 19, Bournemouth 7s started in and West Parley has seen the event grow both in popularity but also in size.

Please click here for a document collated from information on their website https: With such an influx of people on a small village, there is bound to be a degree of disturbance, but regrettably, this year saw the most complaints to the Parish Council. The Chairman and Clerk met with the organisers last month and talked through many of the concerns, which organisers will look into to see what can be done.

We encourage residents to make constructive comments direct to EDDC via the following link https: The 4 Licencing objectives are:. West Parley takes the brunt of this event with noise, disturbance and antisocial behaviour, but music was heard as far as Muscliff and West Moors this year. As this is a new licence, the current arrangement would remain unchanged, but if approved this new licence would supersede the current.

Will residents please be aware that the temporary speed restictions around Chapel Gate have been extended to 1 Jan Residents will be pleased that work at Chapel Gate Roundabout will be finishing on 15 December — a week earlier than previously stated. Surfacing work will be brought forward by one week — so this night work will start next week, on Monday 4 December, with two-way traffic signals in place between 8pm and 6am for five nights.

Other work next week will include finishing the last splitter island, and putting down the lane markings and other white lines. The week starting 11 December will be for be carrying out any finishing works, including completing the final ditch profiling and making sure all the new road signs are up. West Parley is extremely lucky to have the wonderful recreation ground and Parley Woods for all residents to enjoy.

We encourage residents to make use of the facility by providing a lovely wooden play area for the 12 and unders, a gazebo to seek shelter from the sun or rain, benches for picnicking, along with the installation of a boardwalk in Parley Wood. Whilst many users enjoy the facility trouble free, unfortunately there is always an exception to the rule.

Thursday 14th December, St. The main beneficiary of the concert will be the Bus Stop Club, a local charity that supports families and individuals in crisis. A donation will also be made to St. Mark's Church and to St. Michael's Church in Colehill where the choir rehearses every week. The Bus Stop Club started 12 years ago befriending local families from Trickett's Cross waiting for the school bus.

In the last 7 years the Bus Stop Club has helped and supported people from all across the East Dorset area and has now expanded into Ringwood.

The tickets price includes a programme and an invitation to the choir's traditional after-concert party in the church centre where drinks and festive nibbles will be served.

In these challenging times the charity is experiencing a significant increase in calls for help and this Christmas Concert has the potential to raise a lot of money to help with the important work that the Bus Stop Club does in supporting local people, many who could be our near neighbours. I do hope you will be able to support us by coming along to our concert.

The more tickets we sell the more we can donate to our chosen charity, The Bus Stop Club. We often see advertising on the verges, telegraph poles and railings around the village from organisations trying to gain your attention. Unfortunately these advertisements create a distraction for drivers and are frequently not removed after the event.

Therefore the Parish Council, in its consideration about road safety, littering and general appearance of the village, thought the attached Good Practice from the Department of the Environment would be useful information to share. Please note that unlawful and unauthorised flyposting will be removed from street furniture without notice, under the Highways Act. Other volunteers were recognised for their wonderful efforts and the winners of the Garden Competition were announced. West Parley NeighbourCar celebrated its th trip on Wednesday 8 November when volunteer driver Derek called for one of our very first clients, Marjorie Kinsey.

Over the coming weeks, the Parish Council will be deciding its budget for the next financial year, which in turn determines the precept collected from residents' Council Tax.

So if you are a West Parley resident please email us on enquiries westparley-pc. Following the Parish Council meeting on 18th October, we are pleased to announce that we welcomed Matt Curley as a new councillor. Very exciting news from the Dudsbury Hill Fort project - the replica Iron Age roundhouse is now finished. This was the first opportunity Councillors had to view the proposal, which saw an increase from houses in the Core Strategy to dwellings. Councillors were shocked by the proposals presented and following the meeting undertook a leaflet drop, providing details of the proposal and exhibition, to all properties in the village.

Wyatt Homes had delivered fliers informing residents of the Public Exhibition however only delivered to the closest properties. As yet, no plans have been submitted, however the Wyatt Homes website confirms this is expected to be in We would like to thank residents for taking the time to speak with us about this highly emotive subject and for completing the 80 feedback forms throughout the meeting.

On the day, from the hundreds of people we spoke with, only 2 people spoken to were in favour of the development Also present for the duration, were 2 local residents who remained on the front step for 6 hours in the rain, collecting names for a petition against the development of New Road. Nearly signatures were obtained on the day and the Parish Council has submitted this petition to the Head of East Dorset District Council Planning Department, along with questions the Parish Council would like answered prior to any planning application being submitted.

If you missed the opportunity of signing this petition, there remains one online which will continue to collect signatures until a Planning Application is formally received by EDDC. Hopefully, the developers will have received similar emails and feedback direct from residents, so they should be aware of the strength of feeling from the village. The email address Haveyoursay westparley-pc. If you feel you would be able to deliver fliers to your road or beyond , to help support the Parish Council with future communications about this important subject, please email the Parish Clerk on Enquiries westparley-pc.

If residents have any local concerns please come along where we can discuss and give advice. On Wednesday 4, Thursday 5 and Friday 6 October please expect delays between 9. This will allow ducting for the airport wig-wagsto be put in, which are being moved slightly due to roundabout improvements at Chapel Gate. There are several vacancies on the Ferndown Town Council, full details. Great news for all everybody who works so hard to keep our village so lovely - West Parley has come 3rd in the Dorset Best Kept Village category and runner up for the People's Project at Dudsbury Hill Fort..

Residents in a quiet road in West Parley are urging ramblers, horse riders and cyclists to join them in opposing a planning application for a scrapyard in their road. D R Smith Properties Ltd has applied to Dorset County Council for planning permission for a vehicle scrapyard and separate commercial storage at their yard at the end of Barrack Road.

The yard has been used to break cars and vans without planning permission since despite the yard owner being told by Dorset County Council in that there is no permission to break cars and vans at the site. Since that time residents have been trying to get the County Council to take enforcement action. The road is in the green belt and next to Parley Common, an SSSI, and is only 9 feet wide in places so unsuitable for large commercial vehicles.

It is well used by horse riders, walkers and cyclists and it is a real danger to other road users to have commercial vehicles sharing a narrow road. Previous planning applications for the yard have been refused. A local resident said "We have all asked the County Council to refuse this application to stop this illegal activity".

The planning application was submitted to East Dorset District Council in the Summer and attracted numerous objections from residents and horse riders but was withdrawn. The County Council have asked that previous objectors resubmit their objections to them under the new application number.

Residents please note that Dudsbury Road, Ferndown will be closed from 28th September for 5 days, with works probably finishing by the 3rd october, the closure will be in force from 9am to 4pm daily. Neighbourhood officers have been called to two separate incidents in regards to males in the area touting for work. This has been in relation to two males seen in Elm Tree walk and Dene Walk approaching residents in these roads asking for gardening work.

We believe that these males may be rogue traders doing work for extortionate rates of pay. Theses two are possibly linked to a maroon coloured 05 plate pick up truck style vehicle. Reports in the Bramley Road and Mayfield drive area of males going door to door attempting to purchase gold, silver, war medals and antiques.

Once agin, there is nothing illegal in this but we believe that there are better ways to sell items. Please be aware of these scams and try to keep an eye on local residents and neighbours who my be vulnerable or feel threatened by these tactics used. Come along to Longham Reservoir on Saturday 30 September and enjoy a variety of activities suitable for the whole family. Refreshments will be available and visitors will also have the opportunity to meet the South West Lakes Trust team working in partnership with Bournemouth Water and chat about the reservoirs at Longham.

For more information call or email bwleisure swlakestrust. Vacancy for a Councillor - anyone wishing to be considered should write or e-mail the Parish Clerk with a brief curriculum vitae and an accompanying letter explaining why they wish to be considered for the vacancy within 14 days of this notice. Members of the public can now report crashes using an online form to help Dorset Highways collect valuable information about incidents on our roads. The Report a collision form is available on dorsetforyou.

Road traffic collision data is validated and provided to us by Dorset Police, this data includes collisions that result in personal injury. Crashes reported using this new form will feed into our formal collision site investigation programme, and could inform future works if the site is found to be in need of improvement.

Although an individual report may not necessarily result in immediate action, it will ensure that we are better informed than we have been in the past.

This will ensure immediate action can be taken to rectify the problem. Once your booking form and payment have been received you will be given details to arrange your drive directly with one of our Dorset Driver Gold Approved Driving Instructors ADIs.

For more information please visit the Dorset Driver Gold webpage safewise. LifeDrive is designed to reduce accidents by helping younger drivers to understand why collisions happen and how to avoid them, developing their skills and experience with free post-test theory and practical sessions. This FREE scheme is open to all young people aged between 17 and 25 who live in Dorset and have passed their driving test within the past four years.

The next LifeDrive dates are:. For more information, look at our LifeDrive page safewise. SafeWise are working in partnership with the Dorset Clinical Commissioning Group to deliver safety awareness courses for mobility scooter users in Dorset. The sessions are designed for those already using a mobility scooter or those that are looking to buy a mobility scooter now or in the future.

All sessions must be pre-booked due to limited places available. For more information, including booking instructions please look at our ScootWise page safewise. Volunteer drivers needed for the NeighbourCar scheme. The village is extremely lucky to have a team of volunteer drivers, who help those who are unable to drive or get the bus, by taking them to medical appointments, social events or to go shopping.

In 4 years, this team of volunteers have undertaken journeys to help fellow residents. Whilst the existing team do a tremendous job, they really need more volunteers. No heavy lifting, no rigid routines, a contribution towards petrol To find out more, please read the attached poster and make contact with the Transport Co-ordinator.

Would residents please note these overnight closures of the A southbound from September 4th, 8pm. Thank you to the 30 people who enjoyed getting close to nature, along with the Rangers.

This briefing will keep you up-to-date with the work in Dorset Travel with regards to the retender of school transport and the reduction in subsidy to bus operators. Working together with local members and town and parish council a few schemes have started for a trial period over the summer holidays using a number of different bus operators.

Residents travelling to parts of Dorset on 17th Sept may wish to plan their travel accordingly due to the Ironman event taking place on that day. Traffic information and rolling updates are available on www. Preparatory works are continuing at Chapel Gate Roundabout, near Bournemouth airport, and stop and go boards will be used on Parley Lane tomorrow Friday and next week on Tuesday and Wednesday, between 9.

This will give the room needed to move BT and other service cables. Please try to allow more time for your journey through the roundabout as there will inevitably be some delays. There will be a blog once again to help keep you up to date with the progress of the work: Wednesday 26th July at They are now unable to use this bus until the insurance company have decided whether to repair or right off the bus.

Please contact the Police or the Parish Council if you have any information which might help. At the Blackwater junction there is a temporary road closure of the A On slip road southbound — 27th July, Also there is a 30mph speed restriction being introduced on the B, Christchurch road and the Blackwater junction from 1st August and this will remain in force for around 18 months.

The West Parley Multiple Sclerosis Society is looking for drivers and escorts to help out on a voluntary basis, why not get in touch and see if you can make a difference. Residents might like to read an interesting letter written in response to the recent article in the Stour and Avon magazine, please click here. Would residents please note that the deadline for feedback to the Planning Consultants for the New Road development, is this friday - 21st July!!

If you haven't yet submitted your thoughts, please take the time to do so on: If you can please copy in the Parish Council on all replies sent, we can be kept up to date with the views of our residents.

Copy us in on haveyoursay westparley-pc. Since the exhibition, the Parish Council has received a number of questions about how to add to the petition. West Parley Parish Council wishes to thank the hundreds of residents, from the village and the local community, for attending the Wyatt Homes Public Exhibition on 11th July. For a superb article in the Stour and Avon magazine about the public reaction please click here.

For last nights Bournemouth Echo article please click here. The plans are viewable on www. Please send your comments to the Planning Consultants of the developers on parleygreen turley.

Have your say now before it is too late. The deadline for responses is 21st July For the full story from the Bournemouth Echo please click here. Improvements to the A are due to start in the Autumn , for more information please click here. Residents may be interested in a proposed widening of the A31 at Ringwood, the scheme has now gone to consultation until 4th August For more information please click here.

West Parley Parish Council, with many kind helpers, will be delivering the attached flyer to the whole of West Parley following a meeting with the developers of the New Road site at Parley crossroads. The Parish Council was shocked on Monday night, by the outline proposal which far exceeds anything the village could have imagined. We encourage you to attend the public exhibition on Tuesday 11th July at West Parley Memorial Hall between 2pm — 8pm to view the plans and so that your voice can be heard.

A new dedicated email address has been set up by the Parish Council, for residents to comment on the proposal and the Parish Council asks to be copied in on views given to the developers. The Stour and Avon magazine has a full report, please click here. To see the flyer the Parish Council has produced, which has more information, please click here. West Parley Parish Council met with Wyatt Homes and their planning consultants last night, as part of the planning process for the development on the field at Parley Cross.

The Council is aware that the land has been allocated within the EDDC Core Strategy, and that the development will provide employment, but the main benefit of the development is to fund road improvements to resolve the horrendous road congestion that West Parley endures on a daily basis.

However, the Parish Council was shocked by the latest proposal and feel compelled to inform residents ahead of the Wyatt Homes exhibition on 11th July pm at West Parley Memorial Hall. The proposal presented last night: There is huge concern over the road networks and the effectiveness of the link road to alleviate traffic pressure on Parley Crossroads, the most congested crossroad in East Dorset, not to mention the impact on our historic village.

Our Summer newsletter is out now, to catch up on all the latest please click here. Whilst the queues can be frustrating, please drive considerately through our village, and pay due respect for residents. Log onto Dorset For You to get travel alerts.

The planning consultants for Wyatt Homes, who are looking to put houses on the field at Parley Cross, New Road, have written to a proportion of West Parley residents. The white envelopes may look like junk mail, but please take time to read the important flyer enclosed and do not just discard them with the rubbish.

The Parish Council and residents have always strongly opposed the development of this site, until EDDC decommissioned the greenbelt status and adopted the site for development as part of their Core Strategy. We encourage you to come and view the exhibition and have your say. This public exhibition is part of the planning process and gives YOU all the chance to review the plans, ask questions and seek answers to issues that will affect your day to day lives.

Whilst the public exhibition is a drop in session for residents, the Parish Council will have Councillors in attendance for the duration of the exhibition 2pm — 8pm. Prior to the exhibition, the Parish Council are meeting the developers next week, as one of the formal consultees for the planning process.

So do please come and let us know your thoughts. Feel free to share this information. Please be advised the Jonathan Heath has resigned from the Parish Council with immediate effect. Councillors wish to thank Mr Heath for his contributions as Chairman and wish him well on future endeavours. Officers are appealing for witnesses to a road traffic collision that left a motorcyclist with a serious leg injury.

The collision involved a black Yamaha motorcycle and a red Volkswagen Transporter panel van. The motorcyclist, a year-old man from the Bournemouth area, was flown by air ambulance to Southampton Hospital after suffering a serious leg injury. His pillion passenger, a year-old Bournemouth woman, was also taken to hospital but her injuries are not believed to be serious.

The driver of the van was uninjured. Officers have praised the members of the public who went to assist the injured motorcyclist. Sergeant Fern Graham, of the traffic unit, said: While the injured man has suffered serious life changing injuries, if it was not for their brave intervention the outcome could have been even more tragic. I would also like to thank members of the public for their patience while the scene was examined.

Officers are also appealing for anyone witnesses to the collision, or anyone who witnessed either vehicle in the area prior to the collision, to contact police. The Parish Council installed the bin on Glenmoor Road, to help alleviate litter issues by the bus stop and to keep the area litter free for residents. We have been grateful to the Doctors surgery who have been emptying this for the last few years.

Unfortunately, in recent weeks, there has been an increasing frequency of household waste being deposited, in volume. Last week a box of bottles and large bag of rubbish were left and today 4 bags of household and animal waste were deposited.

This is unacceptable and cannot continue. The Council will have no alternative other than to remove the bin, if this does not cease. We ask residents to be vigilant and note down number plates of cars and report anyone witnessed depositing volume of rubbish, so that the appropriate authorities can be informed. The excellent newsletter from our brilliant Neighbourhood Watch team is out now, click here! Additional security measures have been installed at the rear of the Parish Council's Recreation Ground, to compliment the boulders and roller installed at the main entrance.

Hopefully these measures will ensure the Recreation Ground remains accessible for all residents to enjoy. Following the Bournemouth 7s festival, the Parish Council would like to hear from residents who may have experienced problems this year.

Please email details to enquiries westparley-pc. We would like to have a debrief with the organisers following the event, in the coming weeks, as it appears there have been increased issues this year. Problems can only be resolved if they are brought to our attention, and we will endeavour to speak on behalf of the residents of West Parley. A huge thank you also goes out to all the many residents who kindly raised the alarm.

It is by your swift action, that we have been able to resolve the situation so quickly. Having received planning permission to build a replica Iron Age roundhouse at their camp at Dudsbury in West Parley, Bournemouth Guides will soon start the work, using local materials as much as possible. They need to find a local source of willow, birch and hazel branches as well as cow manure later on to mix with soil and straw to spread over the framework to seal it and need water reed to make the roof.

If anyone can help provide any of these materials or know a source please phone Doug Webb on Marx on matter Translated by H. Adams from Karl Marx's Ph. Allen and Unwin, London, For it is in its center of gravity that matter possesses its ideal individuality So that if atoms are placed in the perceptible world they must have weight. Marx died on March 14, , the fourth birthday of Albert Einstein , who eventually had interesting things to say about matter, mass, and energy. MAS M ovimiento a l S ocialismo.

A Bolivian political party headed by Evo Morales, leader of the country's coca producers. It's legal to grow coca in Bolivia. On the basis of my family's experience surviving in Bolivia, however, I would caution that legality there is a kind of interesting technicality. Evo Morales was elected president in December The much more common word is pero. Not much now November at their particular website.

Preceded the laser, but not as telegenic since microwaves are invisible. Robert Hooker wrote a novel by that title, and Ring Lardner, Jr. The movie was directed by Robert Altman and starred Donald Sutherland, Elliot Gould, and other people you've heard of. This form appears on at least a couple of different box covers for videos of the movie. That seems to be a widely held view. Of course, some other widely held views are that the TV show was amusing and not by turns treacly and insipid, so you can take that for what it's worth.

Without citing a source, this webpage claims that the asterisks were a publicity man's idea and were not in the original title. That seems likely, but it raises the question whether the asterisks were part of the initial promotion of the movie, or were adopted later. Most other promotional posters for this movie that one can find on the web here, for example use asterisks.

Probably most are unclearly or uncertainly dated, but all those that rely on stills or artwork from the studio unlike the original cartoon in the Polish ad seem to include asterisks. In some of the pictures that appear to be older, however, the asterisks are smaller than they usually are now, and are not centered vertically but appear lower. These could have been interpreted as slightly raised periods, though there were only three. Perhaps they were originally intended to emphasize though one might have guessed it from the capitalization that the title was not the nonacronymic word mash.

It's worth noting that in Latin monumental inscriptions of all periods, classical to modern , raised periods or dots have been used to separate letters of an abbreviation so a four-letter abbreviation like SPQR would have only three marks in the locations where MASH has asterisks.

That's what I've found and thought of. Draw your own conclusions. Mashie Obsolete name for a five iron golf club. One number higher is a Spade Mashie. Mashie-Niblick Obsolete name for a seven iron golf club. Between a Mashie and a Niblick. Just as of this writing, this entry is leading in the contest for entry of least personal utility to the glossarist. Nothing Serious , Specifies standards for GPS.

Standard based on earlier Air Force specs. In principle, to the degree that smarts tend to help you get rich or marry rich or choose rich parents, there will be a correlation. So they might be smarter, if not smart. But in practice, not much. Looking back, or thinking back, or whatever back, that might be the most thought-provoking question she ever asked me. Not because the answer was any mystery, but because the question was. Demonstrative adjectives are versatile. Massenkarambolage In my high school German class in or so, we encountered this beautiful word in a popular magazine probably Bunte Illustrierte.

It wasn't in any of our dictionaries. An Austrian boys' choir touring the US visited our class around then, and they didn't recognize this word either. They even denied that it was a word. Now there's the Internet. To all the people who have doubted me ever since, I can now say: Sounds vaguely obscene innat context, doan it? Master of Arts in Teaching. It provides certification for some segment of K along with graduate study in the academic area in which it is awarded.

Oh you are soooo wrong! I have a dream, and my vision is steadily focused on that dream! I dream of financial independence and security. The more securities, the better! It is a very unique dream, because it is my personal dream of my personal financial success, rather someone else's dream of someone else's success.

Undoubtedly he does sometimes, and, what may seem yet more astonishing, so does your historian and even your sociologist , and that without the help of accident. When this happens, however, when these students arrive, I do not say at truth, for that may be by lucky accident or happy chance or a kind of intuition, but when they arrive at conclusions that are correct, then that is because they have been for the moment in all literalness acting the part of mathematician.

I do not say this for the aggrandizement of mathematics. Cicourel, Method and Measurement in Sociology , p. Free Press of Glencoe, The research techniques and measurement scales of any science can be viewed as a problem in the sociology of knowledge. Matlab A region of Bangladesh. An upazila, as you may infer, is some kind of subdistrict, something like either a US county or, in states like New York and Indiana, a township.

Matlab Upazila has an area of sq. I'm sure it's a delightful enough place, but I've never been. I only learned about it while browsing this can be done by hand, my young friends the June issue of Hitotsubashi Journal of Economics.

Here is the beginning of the abstract: We examine whether the effect of sibship size on education differs by the individual's birth order in low-income countries, using details from Matlab, Bangladesh. Exploiting exposure to the randomized family planning program in Matlab for identification I have to say that I was momentarily disoriented.

Ironically, I was only browsing this journal as part of my randomized study of capitalization in journal titles on covers. Anyway, you might as well get something useful out of this entry, so here's the rest of the abstract: It's a numerical computing environment and fourth-generation programming language.

It's widely used, but I'm not sure I'd call it popular. It's vile but useful. How is it useful? Years ago, when I used to hang out in the old saunas, err, computer clusters with their Unix boxes SPARC stations, to give you a vague idea of the era and hulking CRT 's, I would notice that some students would log in to two adjacent machines and use them together.

It turned out that they were slaving over homework assigned by professors of mechanical or industrial engineering who could think of nothing more educational or enlightening to assign than tedious MATLAB projects. The results were too large to view on a single screen. An XML -based mark-up for describing mathematics in machine-to-machine communication. And animals and electric cords can be mated, though generally not to each other.

That's how it is with that sort of intransitive verb. The panda mating season is a sort of window of missed opportunity: She could probably sleep through it, and when she's awake she hardly knows what to do about it. The males aren't exactly operators either. It's a miracle pandas survived before zoos were invented. Often listed as the source of stories in Australian newspapers. Matthean priority A term of art in biblical text criticism that originally meant, and should still be used to mean, the theory that the Gospel of Matthew preceded not only that of Luke but also that of Mark.

Not a very popular idea among scholars. Groucho I mean Groucho Marx , not any of the other famous people called Groucho said: Those are my principles! If you don't like them I have others. Matthew Principle The principle that credit for a scientific discovery or other achievement goes to those already famous. In the King James version: Similarly, Aristotle is often credited for the atomic hypothesis developed by Democritus.

The Matthew Principle is in itself an example of the Matthew principle: Matthews is not an unusual name. Hardware interface of workstation and LAN. Not necessarily the same as MAU above. When you give up, you can find the explanation at the related MED entry. Maudlin College Nothing so somber: When it was pointed out to me on the map, I couldn't see it. There will always be at least a few who go by the spelling, so I am not surpised that many people outside the university whichever university think that the name is pronounced normally there i.

A special vehicle for celebrating the Feast of the Ascension in the Marian Scots librarian rite. Oh wait -- it's Mars with an ess! So it's a Marsian rite?

Okay, the guess method isn't working so well this time. I think the explanation at the ERV entry may be more accurate. IMS code for the seismic station in Mawson, Australia. It is Winston Churchill who is credited with the famous remark, There is nothing more exhilarating than to be shot at without result.

May Week A fortnight in June. A Cambridge UK tradition. MB Postal abbreviation for the Canadian. Refers to a Gaussian momentum or velocity distribution assumed by a noninteracting classical gas in equilibrium. The distribution is the classical limit of both the Bose-Einstein for bosons and Fermi-Dirac distributions for fermions.

Unlike those quantum distributions, the MB distribution depends on the density or chemical potential only through an overall scale. The MB distribution is isotropic, and perpendicular components of momentum described by it are completely uncorrelated. The class of MB distributions i. In other words, the MB distribution can be derived from isotropy and separability, with a scale fixed by any single nonzero-dimensional, nonzero in practice: The electrons in a nondegenerate semiconductor band, although charged, can be approximated as noninteracting, and satisfy the MB distribution.

A unit of cross section equal to 0. Popular in nuclear scattering. The common abbreviation, rarely used, for a rare unit, commonly used. Also politically correct equivalent MainBoard.

A structure found in insect brains that seems to be associated with the chemosensory system. An Fe atom chelated to a small protein. Masters in Business Administration.

MBBA N- p-methoxybenzylidene -p-butylaniline. The slight linguistic divergences between the US and the British commonwealth have the effect, in a surprisingly large number of instances, of allowing homonyms to be distinguished in one orthographic tradition and not the other. For example, US usage distinguishes carat and karat , and preservation of the old form gotten as past participle of get allows this to be distinguished from the modal got.

On the other side of the ledger, British usage continues to distinguish queane and queen perhaps a bit more useful distinction in a monarchy and also distinguishes mold and mould. Carboxyl group CO bound to myoglobin Mb. Just don't throw any big words at me, and I'll be alright. When I asked after one in a coin store in Cambridge in , I was told the going rate was fifty quid.

The perfect gift for the molecular beam jockey who has everything or at least no more unused chamber access points. PVD used for compound semiconductor growth. The unofficial homepage from David Gotthold and the one from Alex Anselm , as well as the official homepage for Dr. Streetman's group's Varian at UT-Austin visit their university homepage.

A Spanish publisher of technical books. It was written by R. This is useful because the words along the binding are backwards When an English-language book is lying closed on a horizontal surface, with the front cover on top, the lengthwise writing along the binding is right-side up.

This is true in countries with right-hand-side driving and those with left-hand-side driving. I would mention country where both left- and right-hand-side driving are common, but English is not an important language in West Texas. A quick check proves that all books published in German, Spanish, Italian, and French follow the opposite convention.

The great advantage of this is that if you have a multivolume work stacked on a table in order, with the first volume on top and all the front covers naturally facing down, then you can read the common title right-side-up of course, the volume numbers are now facing sideways.

An important exception to this rule is that books to teach English-speakers German, Spanish, etc. If you've ever browsed a book-shelf that mixed the two orientations in comparable numbers, you'll probably agree that the greatest value of an orientation standard is not in its orientation but in the fact of its being a standard.

Let me tell you, the EU was way ahead of you on this. In fact, they know exactly how much standardization is just right. In simple terms, it is this: First Brussels has to get the condom-dimension problem hammered down, so those things are not so monstrously large that they slip off Mr. Pencil, they will tackle book bindings. Anglophones so frequently misspell the Spanish proper noun Manuel as Manual that at Amazon. Kooreman; Self and Interpersonal Insight: This whole entry is going to be rewritten, but for now I'd just like to add that another way to describe how spine text on English-language books is normally printed is top-to-bottom.

In Hebrew, writing is from right-to-left and as one reads, one turns pages on the left over to the right. That is, books begin at what would be the back of an English book.

This can cause confusion. Some years ago, I found a book of Talmud at the main library of UNM that had all the library markings upside down, so if you had no trouble reading Hebrew characters upside-down and from the bottom of the page up, you could open the book from the left and read it all left-to-right. Of course, a page of Talmud is segmented around a central text, so things are a little more complicated than that, but it was a nice thought. Anyway, the point I wanted to make was that Hebrew books, at least the ones I've looked at, also have sideways text on the spine printed from top to bottom, which means that when you lay a Hebrew book down with the front cover up, you can easily read the spine text unless you're more comfortable reading it upside down.

The situation is more complicated with Japanese. You can play it according to any of the three major Scrabble dictionaries. An association of memorial and memorialization companies dealing with creating memorials, tombstones, and markers.

I still wonder how they dealt with their Y2K problem. Meaning that the management team buys a controlling stake in the company, not that the company buys out the remainder of the management's contract. Usually by conflicting objectives. A line of laptop computers. Mbps Mega bits per second. Note that the bit rate, or data rate, is not the same as baud rate. Nothing to do with the Fourth of July. Sometimes rather backless, more like a mortgage-backed insecurity. Public transit operator in the greater Boston MA area.

Sort of like a geek code for nonprogrammers, except that it's not especially informative. Every person is categorized willy-nilly according to four binary distinctions: Occasionally appears in personals ads. It's such a speciously plausible and ultimately misguided idea, it's surprising it's not more popular. Here's one of many approximately equally otiose MBTI classifiers on the web.

The one by David M. Keirsey seems to be quite popular. Lording it over your subordinates. Euphemism devised by Tom Peters, an idol of management theorists and other philosophasters. Their first album came out in The derivative of price with respect to quantity, or an equivalent measure the difference quotient of the same functions, or simply the cost of a single additional unit of a discretely countable good or service.

MC Master of Ceremonies. MC Master of Counseling. Curricula are usually more specialized: Continue reading now at the CWR entry or you'll be sorry. MC Member of Congress. That is, a congressman, congresswoman, or congressperson in the cases of male, female, or other congresspeople, resp.

MC is a rather unusual abbreviation, for obvious reasons too tedious to enumerate. Michigan City , Indiana. A city on the southeast shore of Lake Michigan, southwest of Michigan. A principality containing Monte Carlo, and more royal scandals per square meter than London. To understand what this means, see the mo-mo entry. In Indiana, riding an MC with improper headgear is a 4-point violation -- as bad as driving 16 to 25 mph over the speed limit. MC Motorola Chip prefix.

A type of test question in which the test-taker must choose answers from among a finite and usually small set. Some or all of the answers offered are wrong. MCA's were subsidies designed to shelter farmers from exchange-rate movements. They were especially intended to protect German farmers from being undercut by farmers in EEC countries with weaker currencies than the DM i.

MCA's were phased out after some haggling in Nowadays, of course, all Euroland has a common currency, so there are no exchange-rate issues and everyone is happy;- MCA MultiChannel Access.

State exams in mathematics and in English and language skills, that a student must pass to be graduated from high school. Alternate abbreviation for MCoB , q. I've seen both initialisms used on the same announcement. Not to be confused with the Mens Classical Caucus -- the organization dedicated to promoting thoughtfulness within the APA.

This organization is also nonexistent. In nearby Flint, Michigan. A unit of light intensity. The US Census Bureau's concept most closely approximating the civil concept of a township in its most common North American sense. Gaquin and Katherine A. Specifically, it's from the two-page Appendix A. The primary political divisions of most states are termed counties. Minor civil divisions MCDs are the primary governmental or administrative divisions of a county in many states parish in Louisiana.

MCDs are variously designated as American Indian reservations, assessment districts, boroughs, charter townships, election districts, election precincts, gores, grants, locations, magisterial districts, parish governing authority districts, plantations, precincts, purchases, road districts, supervisors' districts, towns, and townships.

In other states, incorporated places are part of the MCDs in which they are located dependent places , or the pattern is mixed--some incorporated places are independent of MCDs and others are included within one or more MCDs. MCD Roman numeral for the number Abbreviation of unit used for gas fuel consumption.

A fuel cell FC in which the electrolyte is molten carbonate. McGraw-Hill Apparently offers no more than a gopher site on line. Currently charged with administering Title V of the Social Security Act enacted , which authorized the creation of the Maternal and Child Health Services programs. Hey, I just translate it; I don't know what it means. Here Internet Explorer is more informative on the status bar than Netscape Navigator.

So I want you to know that I'm not holding Kentucky up for special scorn. In the Boston area there's a school principal who has suspended a dozen of his teachers without pay because they've failed the state English competency tests, but he himself has failed them in a number of tries as of early August What the White House Spokesperson tries to be.

Merged with WorldCom to become MCI Worldcom , a provider of long-distance telephone service, and later internet service. Microwave links made this service cheap, and discounters competed for the business long-lines service. Part of the stated motive for agreeing to the break-up was the perception that increasing competition in long-distance services was draining the profit from ATT's most lucrative business while regulation as a monopoly prevented it from competing in emerging businesses.

Like having a slight buzz on, but with dimmer prospects for recovery. You know, not all of these many Montessori organizations go by an acronym. You don't think I'm going to put a separate entry in for every one, do you? A crystal lattice; not a clinic specializing in mononucleosis. A Hamiltonian for polaron studies, introduced by T. Tight-binding electron Hamiltonian with local linear coupling to phonon. A package in which bare chips are bonded and interconnected directly on the substrate.

Seems to be the most common of the MC 's. The B-school of the University of Notre Dame. Those Romans must have been real anatomy wizards. See, for example, J. A feature of some optical multichannel analyzers MCA. Allergy to many slightly volatile, usually organic plastic modern blessings. This page is from a group that says it's real.

Why be so negative? Corresponds to Novell's CNE. Mercury telluride HgTe and cadmium telluride CdTe have similar lattice constants 6. USPS state code capitals, no period and ordinary abbreviation mixed case, punctuated. Maryland Electronic Capital is a good starting point for official information. Another one is served by Maryland Electronic Capital. One way to categorize business environments is by considering whether their market and technological environments are stable or volatile.

Not that these questions always have definite answers, but it might be a useful idealization for puposes of discussion or of writing a speciously convincing business plan. As opposed to a Ph. Md Chemical symbol for the element Mendelevium. Learn more at its entry in WebElements and its entry at Chemicool. Affirmative Action for the really little guy. The Israeli organization that corresponds to the Red Cross or the Red Crescent in other countries, but which is essentially blackballed from ordinary membership in the International Red Cross.

Within the US DoD. Since its earliest days it has been energized by its number-one volunteer and national chairman, entertainer Jerry Lewis. The Association's programs are funded almost entirely by individual private contributors. MDA seeks no government grants, United Way funding or fees from those it serves. Measured in positron annihilation studies. Like the World Bank WB. What's that, the pile of papers scattered on the boss's desk?

A Zimbabwean movement led by Morgan Tsvangirai, still free charged with treason, out on bail as of June 4, Go here if you want to find out how much that is in American money.

A building construction material. Water has a density of 62 lb. MDF is available in thicknesses up 2 in. Particleboard PB is made the same way generally, but with wood particles, or a mix of particles and fibers, instead of only wood fibers.

Hardboard is denser, and uses only fibers and the naturally occurring lignin as binder. See S1S hardboard smooth on one side entry. The LMA 's downloadable glossary had more information; it may have migrated to the CPA website after the merger in , but I haven't had time to check.

A hard constituent in copolymer polyureas. See National Semiconductor's specs. Their illustration is above. Mitochondria are one of a small class of cell organelles that function like symbiotes in the cells that contain them, reproducing asexually in a process distinct from the host's reproduction, and carrying their own DNA. Mitochondria generally come from the egg in sexual reproduction, so they are passed strictly along the maternal line.

How that happens is still unclear. For a long time it was claimed that the sperm mitochondria are jettisoned at fertilization, but the direct evidence for that is apparently not so clear. The simple genetics of maternal-line heredity makes mDNA an attractive subject for archaeogenetic studies.

Another attraction is that the typical human cell has about a thousand mitochondria, so there's more DNA material to work with. One of South Korea 's major political parties.

MdR M arina d el R ey. Abbreviation in California classified ads. When it appeared in the 's it was defined as TB with resistance to the first-line TB drugs isoniazid and rifampin. Founded in and now defunct. Some of the work of this organization is continued by the MDF Miami, FL , is in Dade County.

MD5 Message Digest algorithm 5. USPS abbreviation uses no punctuation and both letters capitalized. ME Mech anical E ngineer[ing]. M eines E rachtens. At least to me it does. Or is that egotism? Founded in , and for most of its existence the strongest teacher's union in the state, it merged with the Mississippi Teachers Association in It was a rough transition.

In and , in the second decade of the civil rights struggles, the NEA passed resolutions requiring that its member state associations remove discriminatory language from their constitutions and eliminate racial guidelines for membership, thereby forcing states with dual associations to move toward merger. You can read a summary of the events at this page describing a critical document collection. However, while MTA members approved, MEA members repeatedly refused through their delegate assemblies, apparently; I'm not clear on whether there was ever a vote by the full membership.

The merged organization was called the Mississippi Association of Educators. Not really the most attractive acronym, but it can be pronounced. For more substantial comment, see the COI entry. The merger occured in Joseph County Indiana and Marshall Co. See the SSC entry for an obsolete instance. The South African government term for a minister of the provincial government. As a department name, its use may or may not indicate that there is a separate Aeronautical or Aerospace Engineering department.

LookSmart has a short page of MechE info. MECL I needed an external bias supply in addition to the two voltage rails. Official name of the now-famous effort, now generally called the Manhattan Project, to make the first atomic bombs.

The overall director from September until the end of was General Leslie R. The first full-time director of the project, assigned to it in June , had been Col.

During Marshall's dilatory leadership of the project, Groves, working in the Construction Branch of the Army Services of Supply, had handled funding of the project.

At the time, the project was called Designated Substitute Materials. Groves felt that this name would arouse curiosity, and changed the name to the presumably more dull-sounding Manhattan Engineer District.

Groves was also a colonel at the time; when he was assigned to run MED, he sought a promotion. Apparently his argument was that with just a colonel's rank, he wouldn't be able to command the respect of the scientists he'd be working with. He was promoted to brigadier general. A Biography of General Leslie R. In , after Germany occupied Denmark, he wired that he was still okay at his institute in Copenhagen. MEDANT isn't archived, but that's no great loss since it consists entirely of misdirected unsubscription requests, plus occasional posted requests for information that go unanswered.

For the latter, cf. BookSleuth, discussed at the Book Stores entry. It's an extremely low-traffic list. In mid-April , with slight name shortenings, the site name now in Latin only and list minus hyphen-L, or should I say minus minus el? If you want to continue potentially receiving postings, you have to resubscribe. I spent hours before I figured out how they got exactly those letters in that order.

Medef is the employers' organization of France. It excludes the government, in some sense, but some of the members are hybrids of private and public organizations. In particular, I recommend the reduction potential, since I have a list of reduction potentials of common metals handy: Positive reduction potentials essentially correspond to oxidizing agents rather than reducing agents.

Metals with positive reduction potentials do not react with ordinary acids to yield hydrogen gas. Sulfuric acid is another story -- it's not just a strong acid but also an oxidizing agent.

Generally, more positive reduction potentials mean higher resistance to oxidation. Hence, a reasonable definition of noble metals might be those with reduction potentials above a particular value. In the s, 85 percent of global reserves were under the control of the big oil companies. Today, 90 percent of the reserves are being exploited by NOCs and the sovereign governments that own them.

Is that anything like ecdysiasts? It's not what or where you might think. Our technology and convenient location provide quality medical care to residents of the West Michigan Tri-Cities and surrounding areas.

What the world seems to need is a few relatively novel ways of no-commenting. Someone somewhere ought to try just pursing his lips. You know how to whistle, don't you, Steve? You just put your lips together and At the off the record entry which is on the record and published in this glossary , we examine recursive comment-masking mechanisms.

If making no comment by not commenting is too difficult for one's spokesman, perhaps the solution is to have no spokesman spokesperson? As of , Senator Hillary Clinton has a number of spokers. One is her Senate spokesman, Philippe Reines. I'm working from memory here, so some details may be off.

Noder Dame You mean Notre Dame? Nawtr' Dahhhm , mebbe? NoE Network Of Excellence. May be pronounced No E. It's anti -retaliation as well. Signed into US law on May 15, Laws already existed to protect government employees, former employees, and job applicants from discrimination and from retaliation for whistle-blowing.

One case brought to light in hearings on the bill involved an EPA scientist who was punished for a memorandum she had written over ten years earlier and which had eventually, without her knowledge, been given to the House Science Committee which of course had a perfect right to it.

I guess that was ND Football Parking. I didn't make this up myself. There used to be an advertising campaign for a cigar: As if their tobacco were addictive or something. This is a meaty topic. I'll fill in some more stuff later. He explained gleefully that the vendor had sold it to him cheap because it was old. Nobu didn't happen to know Spanish, so he asked me to read some and tell him what the book was about.

I found it difficult to understand, like medieval Catalan or As you can guess from the entry in which you're reading this story, it was actually Italian. We went to Rita a grad student from Sardinia , who confirmed that it was fairly modern Italian. I don't remember what the book was about.

A somewhat related story about Enrico Fermi and his sister and a physics book is retold by Laura Fermi in her biography of her husband Enrico, Atoms in the Family. I'll try to put that in here later. I was reading an Italian mystery last year I picked up a bit of Italian since my time at ASU and having trouble with one longish and idiom-laden sentence. Then, as I walked through the library not far from a small group talking in polite library tones, I distinctly heard one of them say noi -- a word that, afaik, doesn't occur in any western Romance language other than Italian.

I rushed back to where I was sitting and got the book. I approached them and asked in English for help. They said they'd try, but soon admitted defeat.

When I tried to discuss the problematic text with them, it turned out they didn't know Italian We continued the discussion in Spanish. I suppose that as they had been speaking in somewhat hushed tones, it was natural that one of them should have said it, and said it a bit louder than usual. For a related story involving Nobu and no and n', see the nimporta entry. Interference is deviation from desired signal that is caused by influence between two communication channels in the same e.

Noise is deviation caused by sources external to communication systems e. Somebody emailed to ask, so I figured others would want to know. On the other hand, I figured you wouldn't want to know so badly that I should put in an entry under the translated head term. I mean, you're bound to get around to it eventually if you don't stop reading the glossary.

Oh, I'm a riot, I know. Some of you more inquisitive readers are probably wondering why this particular phrase. It doesn't look like a take-home exam problem. I was not vouchsafed this information. I provided the Latin translation on a don't-ask-don't-tell basis. Furthermore, the resemblance of the Latin verb sistere and the English word sister is purely coincidental, and does not reflect any special message tailoring on anyone's part.

Hmm -- I can see that some of you more inquisitive types just won't give up. Look, you must realize that if I start giving out detailed information like that you'll be able to guess the identity of the person who made the query. Then, given your filthy imagination, you will probably go and destroy this probably-innocent coed's reputation. Therefore I vow to tell you nothing about my correspondent unless you drag it out of me.

It's important to know that there's a singular-plural distinction even in the imperative. If she had been commanding more than one person to not stop, she would want to say Nolite sistere! I provided this information just in case JIC.

Things have been known to get kinky at that school. Before , this was the only kind.

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