Once We Were Hunters

Once We Were Hunters

However, other diseases and conditions, such as cancers of the female reproductive system, manic depressive illness and unipolar depression, may have derived their increased frequency in our society as a consequence of the discrepancy ...

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Vibration Spectrum Analysis

Vibration Spectrum Analysis

Mesh Frequency = 40 x 60 = 300 x 8 = 2,400 Hz • Sidebands at +/- N ~ 60 Hz = +/- 60 , +/- 120 , +/- 180 ... One is the hunting tooth frequency , in which a tooth with a large geometric flaw on one gear impacts on a tooth with a large ...

Author: Steve Goldman

Publisher: Industrial Press Inc.

ISBN: 0831130881

Category: Science

Page: 331

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"Written for vibration analysts, predictive maintenance specialists, field mechanics, and a wide variety of engineers, Vibration Spectrum Analysis assumes no prior knowledge of advanced mathematics or mechanical engineering. It carefully guides the reader through sophisticated analysis techniques in a logical, easy-to-understand manner."--BOOK JACKET.
Categories: Science

Refuges 2003

Refuges 2003

... would have a slight positive effect on wildlife viewing by increasing opportunities to see wildlife since reducing the frequency of hunting and / or number of participants would leave additional birds or animals alive for viewing .

Author: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

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ISBN: UVA:35007000165492

Category: Wildlife management

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Late Prehistoric Hunter Gatherers and Farmers of the Jornada Mogollon

Late Prehistoric Hunter Gatherers and Farmers of the Jornada Mogollon

established across the desert lowlands, hence the sharp reduction in radiocarbon dates in the Mescalero Plain following the Early Formative frequency peak. Over the same period, however, the number of dates in the Mountain Slope area ...

Author: Thomas R. Rocek

Publisher: University Press of Colorado

ISBN: 9781607327950

Category: Social Science

Page: 392

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Often seen as geographically marginal and of limited research interest to archaeologists, the Jornada Mogollon region of the southwestern United States and northern Mexico deserves broader attention. Late Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherers and Farmers of the Jornada Mogollon presents the major issues being addressed in Jornada research and reveals the complex, dynamic nature of Jornada prehistory. The Jornada branch of the Mogollon culture and its inhabitants played a significant economic, political, and social role at multiple scales. This volume draws together results from recent large-scale CRM work that has amassed among the largest data sets in the Southwest with up-to-date chronological, architectural, faunal, ceramic, obsidian sourcing, and other specialized studies. Chapters by some of the most active researchers in the area address topics that reach beyond the American Southwest, such as mobility, forager adaptations, the transition to farming, responses to environmental challenges, and patterns of social interaction. Late Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherers and Farmers of the Jornada Mogollon is an up-to-date summary of the major developments in the region and their implications for Southwest archaeology in particular and anthropological archaeological research more generally. The publication of this book is supported in part by the Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society and the Center for Material Culture Studies at the University of Delaware. Contributors: Rafael Cruz Antillón, Douglas H. M. Boggess, Peter C. Condon, Linda Scott Cummings, Moira Ernst, Tim Graves, David V. Hill, Nancy A. Kenmotsu, Shaun M. Lynch, Arthur C. MacWilliams, Mary Malainey, Timothy D. Maxwell, Myles R. Miller, John Montgomery, Jim A. Railey, Thomas R. Rocek, Matt Swanson, Christopher A. Turnbow, Javier Vasquez, Regge N. Wiseman, Chad L. Yost
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The Resonance Key

The Resonance Key

entrainment frequencies, 127 equilibrium 208 ESP, 164, 210, 211, 213 etheric currents, 58 Euclidean wormholes, 197 EVP, ... 53 hunters, 85-87 hunting, 74-75, 86 hunts, 212 sighting, a, 162 ghosts, 74, 90, 165, 175-176, 200-201, 204-205, ...

Author: Marie D. Jones

Publisher: Red Wheel/Weiser

ISBN: 9781601637765

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 256

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What if the true nature of reality were like an onion, made up of layer upon layer that, when peeled back, would reveal a creative, self-regenerating, weblike core? A center that could contain the whole of all that is, was, and will be? As physicists search for a Theory of Everything, those who dare explore the paranormal are similarly searching for a unifying theory to explain the vast unknown, from UFOs, ghosts, and cryptoids to clairvoyance, remote viewing, and teleportation. How do these things occur? Where do they come from? What triggers their manifestation in our simple, three-dimensional reality? Scientists and paranormal researchers alike are looking to resonance as the theory that could bridge the gap between science and the supernatural...and explain every facet of reality in between. The Resonance Key dives into the most amazing new ideas, theories, and research that link vibration, mind, and matter, including: What ancient civilizations knew about resonance and the use of vibratory patterns found in art, nature, and science, and how they incorporated resonance into their sacred temples, megaliths, and churches. The most cutting-edge research into the brain and human consciousness, and their roles in perceiving, and creating reality. Why the Zero Point Grid may be the most foundational infrastructure of reality itself. The Resonance Key opens the door to a stunning new vision of what may finally be the holy grail of science and the paranormal.
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Monochrome And Colour Television

Monochrome And Colour Television

Too large a time constant makes the control sluggish , while insufficient damping , on account of too small a time constant , causes the oscillator to ' hunt returning to the correct frequency . Excessive hunting in the AFC circuit ...

Author: R.R. Gulati

Publisher: New Age International

ISBN: 8122417760

Category: Television

Page: 704

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The Text Is Based On The Ccir 625-B Monochrome (Black & White) And Pal-B And G Colour Television Standards As Adopted By India And Many Other Countries. The American And French Tv Systems Have Also Been Given Due Coverage While Presenting Various Aspects Of The Subject Starting From Television Camera To The Receiver Picture Tube. Keeping In View The Fact That Colour And Monochrome Telecasts Will Co-Exist In India For At Least A Decade, The Author Has Included Relevant Details And Modern Techniques Of Both The Systems.Conceptually The Book May Be Considered To Have Four Sections. The Initial Chapters (1 To 10) Are Devoted To The Essentials Of Transmission, Reception And Applications Of Television Without Involving Detailed Circuitry. The Next 14 Chapters (11 To 24) Explain Basic Design Considerations And Modern Circuitry Of Various Sections Of The Receiver. Topics Like Tv Games, Cable Television, Cctv, Remote Control, Automatic Frequency Tuning, Automatic Brightness Control, Electronic Touch Tuning Etc. Are Also Discussed.The Third Section (Chapters 25 And 26) Is Exclusively Devoted To The Colour Television Transmission And Reception. All The Three Colour Television Systems Have Been Described. Chapters 27 To 30 Are Devoted To Complete Receiver Circuits-Both Monochrome And Colour, Electronic Instruments Necessary For Receiver Manufacture And Servicing, Alignment Procedure, Fault Finding And Servicing Of Black White And Colour Receivers.The Complete Text Is Presented In A Way That Students Having Basic Knowledge Of Electronics Will Find No Difficulty In Grasping The Complexities Of Television Transmission And Reception.
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Values of Hunting and Fishing in Arizona 1965

Values of Hunting and Fishing in Arizona  1965

Table 15 shows frequency of 1965 trips for each species of game . TABLE 15 Sportsmen's Frequency of Hunting or Fishing Trips in 19651 Number of Trips Total Cold Water Warm Water Big Game Small Game Waterfowl General 25 18 1 or 2 3 or 4 ...

Author: William C. Davis

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ISBN: UIUC:30112118000097

Category: Fishing

Page: 91

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Woodcock Status Report 1965

Woodcock Status Report  1965

In Minnesota , where the special season may prove to have a unique effect on the teal population , hunters amassed a total effort of ... Also the States differed substantially in the frequency with which hunters bagged the limit .

Author: William H. Goudy

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ISBN: IND:30000121319812

Category: Bird banding

Page: 43

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Banding is one of the most important elements in the study of migratory game bird populations. Over 3,100 woodcock were banded in North America during 1965, with major programs conducted in Louisiana, Maine, Michigan, and West Virginia.
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Western Aerospace

Western Aerospace

When higher indicated airspeeds were tried a definite airplane hunting was experienced at a frequency greater than the natural airplane frequency . This slightly noticeable and intermittent near IAS = 300 m.p.h. but became fully ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105013076703

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Game Farm and Hunting Tourism

Game Farm and Hunting Tourism

Hunting expedition frequency totals to about four expeditions per year. On average, biltong hunters stay for four days and hunt between three to four species on average. They spend an average of R11471.56 on game species per season, ...

Author: Peet van der Merwe

Publisher: AFRICAN SUN MeDIA

ISBN: 9780992235918

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 292

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Wildlife tourism, of which game farms form an important part, is one of South Africa's biggest tourism products with more game conserved and land under protection than all provincial and national parks combined. Therefore wildlife tourism, especially hunting, is a very important source of income for the country and contributes to job creation in rural provinces like Limpopo, Northern Cape, North West and Eastern Cape. This book places emphasis on hunting (trophy and biltong), game farm development for tourism purposes, game management, game farming and the law, and important future trends. The book is aimed at game farm owners, hunters, hunting outfitters, professional hunters and students in search of knowledge concerning game farm and hunting tourism.
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