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    Le star-système hollywoodien / Suivi de Marilyn Monroe et la sexualité / Richard Dyer ; trad. par Sylvestre Meininger

    Dyer, Richard
    Burch, Noël, 1932-
    Paris : L'Harmattan
    2004
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    Titre: Le star-système hollywoodien / Richard Dyer ; trad. de l'anglais par Noël Burch ; chapitre additionnel de Paul McDonald (réédition de 1998) ; trad. par Jacqueline Nacache. Suivi de Marilyn Monroe et la sexualité / Richard Dyer ; trad. par Sylvestre Meininger
    Auteur: Dyer, Richard
    Contributeur: Burch, Noël, 1932-
    Editeur: Paris : L'Harmattan
    Date: 2004
    Collation: 213 p. ; 22 cm
    Collection: Champs visuels étrangers
    Documents dans cette collection: Champs visuels étrangers
    Sujet RERO: vedette (spectacle) - Sociologie - Sexualité - Médias - Cinéma américain - Monroe, Marilyn - Los Angeles (Etats-Unis) - Hollywood
    Sujet RERO - forme: [Études diverses]
    Auteur-titre: Dyer, Richard. - Marilyn Monroe et la sexualité - MacDonald, Paul, 1963-. - De nouveaux concepts pour l'étude des stars
    Note: Traduit de: "Stars" et de "Haevenly bodies, film stars and society" - Le chapitre additionnel de Paul McDonald porte le titre: De nouveaux concepts pour l'étude des stars - Bibliogr.: p. [113]-118, [145]-148 et [199]-201
    Identifiant: 2747566285 (br.) (ISBN); http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb39211550b (URN)
    No RERO: R003784776
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    http://data.rero.ch/01-R003784776/html

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    Dr. William Gerald Dyer

    Poly, William J, Dyer, Richard
    The Journal of parasitology, April 2018, Vol.104(2), pp.183-185 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Dr. William Gerald Dyer
    Auteur: Poly, William J; Dyer, Richard
    Sujet: Laboratories ; Students ; Science ; Zoology ; Reptiles & Amphibians ; Careers ; Parasites ; Parasitology ; Medical Research;
    Description: Bill Dyer recalled to his family many times that a turning point in his life was when he was encouraged by a science teacher early during his high school Freshman year who recognized his potential, took time to speak with him personally, and inspired him to not simply remain a part of Boston's poor working class. In 1965, as a National Institute of Health Fellow at Colorado State University, he completed a Ph.D. in Zoology (specialty in Parasitology) under Dr. Oliver Wilford Olsen (1901-1991) (Dyer, 1965). Thirteen new species of digeneans, monogeneans, cestodes, and nematodes were described by Bill and his colleagues (Dyer, 1973, 1985, 1986; Dyer and Altig, 1977; Dyer et al., 1988, 1992a, 1992b; 1994, 1995a, 1995b, 1999; Williams and Dyer, 1992; Dyer and Poly, 2002; see Table I), and many new host and distribution records, redescriptions of species, and new life history data were included in over 100 publications (see Suppl. American Society of Parasitologists, Helminthological Society...
    Fait partie de: The Journal of parasitology, April 2018, Vol.104(2), pp.183-185
    Identifiant: 1937-2345 (E-ISSN); 29350574 Version (PMID); 10.1645/18-4 (DOI)

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    Scale and watershed features determine lake chemistry patterns across physiographic regions in the far north of Ontario, Canada

    Macleod, Josef, Keller, Wendel (Bill), Paterson, Andrew M, Dyer, Richard D, Gunn, John M
    Journal of Limnology, 08 November 2016, Vol.76(1), pp.jlimnol.2016.1553-jlimnol.2016.1553 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Repeated observation of immune gene sets enrichment in women with non-small cell lung cancer

    Araujo, Jhajaira M, Prado, Alexandra, Cardenas, Nadezhda K, Zaharia, Mayer, Dyer, Richard, Doimi, Franco, Bravo, Leny, Pinillos, Luis, Morante, Zaida, Aguilar, Alfredo, Mas, Luis A, Gomez, Henry L, Vallejos, Carlos S, Rolfo, Christian, Pinto, Joseph A
    Oncotarget, 12 April 2016, Vol.7(15), pp.20282-92 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Titre: Differences in the Motivational Urges and Enacted Behaviors of Guilt and Shame: A Study on Individualism and Collectivism
    Auteur: Dyer, Richard C. (Richard Chandler)
    Contributeur: Smith, Craig (Craig Alexander); Saylor, Megan
    Editeur: Vanderbilt University
    Date: 2012
    Sujet: Emotion ; Cross-Cultural ; Individualism ; Collectivism ; Guilt ; Shame
    Description: This study examines the relationships between motivational urges and action tendencies for guilt and shame, looking for moderation effects of individualism and collectivism. This paper was for Psychology 2990, Psychology Honors Research, under the direction of Professor Craig A. Smith. The director of the Honors Program was Professor Megan Saylor. Includes a powerpoint presentation dated April 13, 2012.

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    KC-135 Simulator Systems Engineering Case Study

    Chrislaghi, Don, Dyer, Richard, Free, Jay
    United States Defense Technical Information Center
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    Titre: KC-135 Simulator Systems Engineering Case Study
    Auteur: Chrislaghi, Don; Dyer, Richard; Free, Jay
    Contributeur: Macaulay-Brown Inc Dayton Oh (Corporate Author)
    Sujet: Aircraft ; Aircraft ; Systems Engineering ; Simulators ; Verification ; Validation ; Costs ; CASE Studies ; Engineering ; Heuristic Methods ; Department Of Defense ; Methodology ; Acquisition ; K-135 Aircraft ; Engineering
    Description: The Department of Defense (DoD) continues to develop and acquire joint systems and to deliver needed capabilities to the warfighters. With a constant objective to improve and mature the acquisition process, it continues to pursue new and creative methodologies to purchase these technically complex systems. A sound systems engineering (SE) process, focused explicitly on delivering and sustaining robust, high-quality, affordable products that meet the needs of customers and stakeholders must continue to evolve and mature. SE is the technical and technical management process that results in delivered products and systems that exhibit the best balance of cost and performance. The process must operate effectively with desired missionlevel capabilities, establish system-level requirements, allocate these down to the lowest level of the design, and ensure validation and verification of performance, meeting cost and schedule constraints. The SE process changes as the program progresses from one phase to the next, as do the tools and procedures. The process also changes over the decades, maturing, expanding, growing, and evolving from the base established during the conduct of past programs. SE has a long history. Examples (e.g. case studies) can be found demonstrating a systemic application of effective engineering and engineering management, as well as poorly applied, but well-defined processes. Throughout the many decades during which SE has emerged as a discipline, many practices, processes, heuristics, and tools have been developed, documented, and applied.

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    Discovery and characterization of a novel inhibitor of matrix metalloprotease-13 that reduces cartilage damage in vivo without joint fibroplasia side effects

    Johnson, Adam R, Pavlovsky, Alexander G, Ortwine, Daniel F, Prior, Faith, Man, Chiu-Fai, Bornemeier, Dirk A, Banotai, Craig A, Mueller, W Thomas, Mcconnell, Patrick, Yan, Chunhong, Baragi, Vijay, Lesch, Charles, Roark, W Howard, Wilson, Michael, Datta, Kaushik, Guzman, Roberto, Han, Hyo-Kyung, Dyer, Richard D
    The Journal of biological chemistry, 21 September 2007, Vol.282(38), pp.27781-91 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Discovery and characterization of a novel inhibitor of matrix metalloprotease-13 that reduces cartilage damage in vivo without joint fibroplasia side effects
    Auteur: Johnson, Adam R; Pavlovsky, Alexander G; Ortwine, Daniel F; Prior, Faith; Man, Chiu-Fai; Bornemeier, Dirk A; Banotai, Craig A; Mueller, W Thomas; Mcconnell, Patrick; Yan, Chunhong; Baragi, Vijay; Lesch, Charles; Roark, W Howard; Wilson, Michael; Datta, Kaushik; Guzman, Roberto; Han, Hyo-Kyung; Dyer, Richard D
    Sujet: Cartilage -- Metabolism ; Joint Diseases -- Metabolism ; Matrix Metalloproteinase 13 -- Physiology
    Description: Matrix metalloproteinase-13 (MMP13) is a Zn(2+)-dependent protease that catalyzes the cleavage of type II collagen, the main structural protein in articular cartilage. Excess MMP13 activity causes cartilage degradation in osteoarthritis, making this protease an attractive therapeutic target. However, clinically tested MMP inhibitors have been associated with a painful, joint-stiffening musculoskeletal side effect that may be due to their lack of selectivity. In our efforts to develop a disease-modifying osteoarthritis drug, we have discovered MMP13 inhibitors that differ greatly from previous MMP inhibitors; they do not bind to the catalytic zinc ion, they are noncompetitive with respect to substrate binding, and they show extreme selectivity for inhibiting MMP13. By structure-based drug design, we generated an orally active MMP13 inhibitor that effectively reduces cartilage damage in vivo and does not induce joint fibroplasias in a rat model of musculoskeletal syndrome side effects. Thus,...
    Fait partie de: The Journal of biological chemistry, 21 September 2007, Vol.282(38), pp.27781-91
    Identifiant: 0021-9258 (ISSN); 17623656 Version (PMID)

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    Investigating the Relationship between High School Technology Education and Test Scores for Algebra 1 and Geometry

    Dyer, Richard R, Reed, Philip A, Berry, Robert Q
    Journal of technology education, 2006, Vol.17(2), p.7 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    ERIC (U.S. Dept. of Education)
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    Titre: Investigating the Relationship between High School Technology Education and Test Scores for Algebra 1 and Geometry
    Auteur: Dyer, Richard R; Reed, Philip A; Berry, Robert Q
    Sujet: High School Students ; Technology Education ; Scores ; Algebra ; Geometry ; Secondary School Mathematics ; Comparative Analysis ; Mathematics Achievement ; Design ; Program Effectiveness ; Grade 10 ; Grade 11 ; Grade 12 ; Statistical Analysis ; Mathematics Tests ; Standardized Tests ; Virginia ; Engineering
    Description: The standards-based reform movement in education that began in the 1980s has evolved. In the 1990s, the focus was on producing subject-area content standards and modifying instruction. Today, the focus has shifted to assessment, and for technology education, demonstrating the impact on children and the efficacy of the discipline within general education. The purpose of this study was to compare the Standards of Learning (SOL) End-of-Course mathematics performance of high school students who completed courses in illustration and design technology to students who have not completed an illustration and design technology course. The following research questions were developed for this study: (1) Did students who had taken illustration and design technology courses perform better on their mathematics SOL tests than students who did not take illustration and design technology courses?; and (2) Did students who had not passed the mathematics SOL tests do better on their retake examinations...
    Fait partie de: Journal of technology education, 2006, Vol.17(2), p.7
    Identifiant: 1045-1064 (ISSN); 2331-4702 (E-ISSN)

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    Angiomiolipoma epitelioide: una variante rara del angiomiolipoma renal

    Astigueta, Juan Carlos, Abad, Milagros A, Pow-Sang, Mariela R, Morante, Carlos, Meza, Luís, Destefano, Víctor, Dyer, Richard
    Archivos Españoles de Urología (Ed. impresa), 01 August 2009, Vol.62(6), pp.493-497 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Workshop on aviation noises

    Dyer, Richard
    Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, 1973, Vol.2(3), pp.355-355 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Springer Science & Business Media B.V.
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    Titre: Workshop on aviation noises
    Auteur: Dyer, Richard
    Description: The discussion in this session covered noises in and around airports. Airports as such have three recourses: (1) Buy up greatly expanded areas around airports; (2) prohibit usage by offensive planes; and (3) regulate operational procedures, landing patterns, etc. Alternatively, planes themselves must be, and in fact are being improved, newer models being appreciably quieter than older ones. The quieter ones include DC 10, L 1011, and late model B 747. Most noise abatement measures prove to be expensive, thus enlarging airport areas is prohibitive. Also, while new planes are better, noisy older types that may be in use for many years to came can be quiet only at considerable cost. The roles of FAA, DOT, and EPA were described, the chief debate being whether regulations were strong enough and being activated rapidly enough. DOT and NASA have contributed design improvements and flight operational improvements. All these require acceptance by flight personnel, safety check-outs, and to some degree new airports installations and new regulations. The courts are also in the picture of airport noise abatement, at least one instance being cited where the airport was held liable for the noise. Conclusions of the session did not include any action items, although it was suggested that the noise studies by EPA, leading potentially to regulations, should be endorsed, that land use controls as begun in California be endorsed, that optimum aircraft operational procedures be enforced by regulation, and that improvements of sources be continued possibly by regulation.
    Fait partie de: Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, 1973, Vol.2(3), pp.355-355
    Identifiant: 0049-6979 (ISSN); 1573-2932 (E-ISSN); 10.1007/BF00159670 (DOI)