College of Law (University of Nebraska–Lincoln)

College of Law (University of Nebraska–Lincoln)

the university of nebraska college of law (unlcl), colloquially known university of nebraska-lincoln college of law, 1 of professional graduate schools of university of nebraska-lincoln. founded in 1888 , became part of unl in 1891. according nebraska’s official 2013 aba-required disclosures, 64

Cool biz

Cool biz

the cool biz campaign japanese campaign initiated japanese ministry of environment (moe) summer 2005 means help cut down japanese electricity consumption limiting utilize of air conditioning. enabled changing standard office air conditioner temperature 28 °c , introducing liberal summer dress code in bureaucracy of japanese authorities staff work in warmer temperature. campaign spread private sector.

this thought proposed then-minister yuriko koike under cabinet of prime government minister junichiro koizumi. campaign june september, 2011, when there electricity shortages after 2011 tōhoku earthquake , tsunami lengthened

Dayton

Dayton

dayton (/ˈdeɪtən/; local pronunciation: /ˈdeɪʔn/) 6th largest city in state of ohio , county seat of montgomery county. in 2010 census, population 141,527; dayton metropolitan area had 841,502 residents, making fourth-largest metropolitan area in ohio, after urban agglomerations of cleveland, cincinnati , columbus, , 63rd largest in united states. dayton-springfield-greenville combined statistical area had population of 1,080,044 in 2010 , 43rd largest in united states. dayton situated within miami valley part of ohio north of cincinnati–northern kentucky metropolitan area.

ohio’s borders within 500 miles (800 km) of 60 percent of country’s population , manufacturing infrastructure, making dayton area logistical centroid manufacturers, suppliers, , shippers. dayton plays host important research , development in fields industrial, aeronautical, , astronautical engineering science have led many technological innovations. much of innovation due in part wright-patterson air forcefulness base of operations , place within community. decline of heavy manufacturing, dayton’s businesses have diversified service economic scheme includes insurance , legal sectors healthcare , authorities sectors.

other defense , aerospace, healthcare accounts much of dayton area’s economy. hospitals in greater dayton area have estimated combined employment of 32,000, yearly economic impact of $6.8 billion. estimated premier health partners, hospital network, contributes more $2 billion year part through operating, employment, , capital expenditures. in 2011, dayton rated no. 3 city in nation out of top 50 cities in united states of america healthgrades excellence in health care. many hospitals in dayton area consistently ranked forbes, u.s. news & world report, , healthgrades clinical excellence.

dayton noted association aviation; city home national museum of united states of america air force. orville wright, poet paul laurence dunbar, , entrepreneur john h. patterson born in dayton. dayton known many patents, inventions, , inventors have come area, notable beingness wright brothers’ innovation of powered flight. in 2008, 2009, , 2010, site selection mag ranked dayton no. 1 mid-sized metropolitan area in nation economic development

Dayton

Dayton

dayton (/ˈdeɪtən/; local pronunciation: /ˈdeɪʔn/) 6th largest city in state of ohio , county seat of montgomery county. in 2010 census, population 141,527; dayton metropolitan area had 841,502 residents, making fourth-largest metropolitan area in ohio, after urban agglomerations of cleveland, cincinnati , columbus, , 63rd largest in united states. dayton-springfield-greenville combined statistical area had population of 1,080,044 in 2010 , 43rd largest in united states. dayton situated within miami valley part of ohio north of cincinnati–northern kentucky metropolitan area.

ohio’s borders within 500 miles (800 km) of 60 percent of country’s population , manufacturing infrastructure, making dayton area logistical centroid manufacturers, suppliers, , shippers. dayton plays host important research , development in fields industrial, aeronautical, , astronautical engineering science have led many technological innovations. much of innovation due in part wright-patterson air forcefulness base of operations , place within community. decline of heavy manufacturing, dayton’s businesses have diversified service economic scheme includes insurance , legal sectors healthcare , authorities sectors.

other defense , aerospace, healthcare accounts much of dayton area’s economy. hospitals in greater dayton area have estimated combined employment of 32,000, yearly economic impact of $6.8 billion. estimated premier health partners, hospital network, contributes more $2 billion year part through operating, employment, , capital expenditures. in 2011, dayton rated no. 3 city in nation out of top 50 cities in united states of america healthgrades excellence in health care. many hospitals in dayton area consistently ranked forbes, u.s. news & world report, , healthgrades clinical excellence.

dayton noted association aviation; city home national museum of united states of america air force. orville wright, poet paul laurence dunbar, , entrepreneur john h. patterson born in dayton. dayton known many patents, inventions, , inventors have come area, notable beingness wright brothers’ innovation of powered flight. in 2008, 2009, , 2010, site selection mag ranked dayton no. 1 mid-sized metropolitan area in nation economic development

College of Engineering

College of Engineering

engineering education activity of teaching knowledge , principles related professional practice of engineering. includes initial education becoming engineer , advanced education , specializations follow. engineering science education typically accompanied additional examinations , supervised training requirements professional engineering science license.

technology education in primary , secondary schools serves foundation engineering science education @ university level. (douglas, iverson & kalyandurg, 2004). in united states, engineering science education part of stem initiative in public schools

College of Engineering

College of Engineering

engineering education activity of teaching knowledge , principles related professional practice of engineering. includes initial education becoming engineer , advanced education , specializations follow. engineering science education typically accompanied additional examinations , supervised training requirements professional engineering science license.

technology education in primary , secondary schools serves foundation engineering science education @ university level. (douglas, iverson & kalyandurg, 2004). in united states, engineering science education part of stem initiative in public schools

Dal Cais

Dal Cais

the dál gcais ([d̪ˠaːlˠ gaʃ]; english: dalcassians) refers gaelic irish gaelic tribe, accepted contemporary scholarship beingness branch of déisi muman, became powerful grouping in republic of ireland during 10th century. genealogies claimed descent cormac cas, said have lived in 3rd century ad. known ancestors subject of expulsion of déisi tale , 1 branch of blood-line went on rule petty kingdom of dyfed in wales during 4th century; in alliance roman emperor, magnus maximus.

brian bóruma perhaps best known king dynasty , responsible important grade carving out fortunes. family had built powerbase on banks of river shannon , brian’s brother mahon became first king of munster, taking throne challenger eóganachta. influence extended under brian became high king of ireland, next series of conflicts norse , other irish gaelic tribes, before dying famously @ battle of clontarf in 1014. next dál gcais provided 3 more high kings of ireland; donagh o’brien, turlough o’brien , murtagh o’brien; lost out longer established dynasties.

from 12th–16th centuries, dál gcais contented beingness reduced kingdom of thomond. attempted claim kingdom of desmond time, maccarthys held it. kennedys held kingdom of ormond time. of improve known septs included o’brien, macnamara, o’grady, kennedy, macmahon , clancy. during 13th century richard strongbow’s relatives norman de clares attempted take thomond, dál gcais held firm.

it wasn’t until 16th century, unable defeated militarily, agreed give upwards , regrant kingdom henry viii tudor, joining nobility of kingdom of ireland. realm renamed county clare, though remained influential. in later times, remarkable figures include author standish james o’grady, called “father of celtic revival” , william smith o’brien played leading part in young irelander rebellion of 1848. in diaspora, prominent figures have included marshal patrice de mac-mahon, president of france, john f. kennedy , ronald reagan, both presidents of united states

Daysdale

Daysdale

daysdale locality in central south part of riverina part of australian state of new south wales. locality 618 kilometres (384 mi) south west of state capital sydney , 340 kilometres (210 mi) north of melbourne. @ 2006 census, daysdale had population of 193

Dakunu

Dakunu

the southern province (sinhalese: දකුණු පළාත dakunu palata, tamil: தென் மாகாணம் thaen maakaanam) of sri lanka 1 of 9 provinces of sri lanka, first level administrative partition of country. provinces have existed since 19th century did not have legal status until 1987 when 13th amendment constitution of sri lanka established provincial councils. 7th largest province area , home 2.5 1000000 people, 3rd populated province. province bordered sabaragamuwa province , uva province north, eastern province northeast, western province northwest , indian ocean south, west , east. province’s capital galle.

the southern province little geographic area consisting of districts of galle, matara , hambantota. subsistence farming , fishing main source of income vast bulk of people of region

Dakshina Kailash

Dakshina Kailash

koneswaram temple of trincomalee (tamil: திருக் கோணேச்சரம் கோயில்) or thirukonamalai konesar temple – temple of one thousand pillars , dakshina-then kailasam classical-medieval hindu temple complex in trincomalee, hindu religious pilgrimage centre in eastern province, sri lanka. built during reign of cholas , 5 dravidians of pandyan kingdom atop konesar malai, promontory overlooking trincomalee district, gokarna bay , indian ocean, pallava, chola, pandyan , jaffna design reflect continual tamil saivite influence in vannimai part classical period. monument contains main shrine shiva in form kona-eiswara, shortened konesar , major place hindu pilgrimage, labelled “rome of gentiles/pagans of orient”. connected @ mouth of mahavilli ganga river footprint of shiva @ sivan oli padam malai @ river’s source, temple symbolically crowns flow of ganges river shiva’s head of mount kailash feet.

developed 205 bc, original kovil combined key features form basic dravidian temple plan, such one thousand pillared hall – “aayiram kaal mandapam” – , jagati expanded king elara manu needhi cholan. regarded greatest building of age architecture, elaborate sculptural bas-relief ornamentation adorned black granite megalith while multiple gold plated gopuram towers expanded in medieval period. 1 of 3 major hindu shrines on promontory colossal gopuram tower, stood distinctly on cape’s highest eminence. journey pilgrims in town begins @ opening of konesar road , follows path through courtyard shrines of compound deities bhadrakali, ganesh, vishnu thirumal, surya, raavana, ambal-shakti, murukan , shiva presides @ promontory’s height. annual koneswaram temple ther thiruvilah festival involves bhadrakali temple of trincomalee, pavanasam theertham @ preserved papanasuchunai holy , proximal bay sea (theertham karatkarai) surrounding konesar malai.

the complex destroyed in colonial religious attacks between 1622 , 1624 , fort built @ site debris. 1632 built temple located away city houses of original idols. worldwide involvement renewed next discovery of underwater , land ruins, sculptures , chola bronzes archaeologists , arthur c. clarke. has been preserved through restorations, in 1950s. granted ownership of villages in floruit form trincomalee district, trincomalee small town located on cape isthmus within compounds. modern temple has been source of conflict between bulk sinhalese , minority tamils due position in geostrategically of import area. revenue temple provides services , nutrient local residents.

koneswaram has many strong historical associations. shrine described in vayu purana, konesar kalvettu , tevaram hymns sambandhar , sundarar paadal petra sthalam along west coast counterpart ketheeswaram temple, mannar, birthplace of patanjali, compiler of yoga sutras , praised tradition arunagirinathar upon visit. dakshina kailasa puranam , manmiam works note dakshina/then kailasam (mount kailash of south) longitudinal position , pre-eminence, lies straight east of kudiramalai west coast hindu port town, while easternmost shrine of 5 ancient iswarams of shiva on island. mentioned popular bay temple of island in mahabharata, ramayana , yalpana vaipava malai, mattakallappu manmiam confirms sacred status hindus. kachiyappa sivachariar’s kanda puranam compares temple thillai chidambaram temple , mount kailash in saivite esteem