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  • Registration renewal period is now open
    Registration renewal period is now open

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    Renew online and save time Th e best way for you to renew your registration is through the online registration facility at www.ahpra.gov.au/login.aspx Use your unique contact number (user ID) provided on the registration renewal notice sent by AHPRA. Th e QNUeuro(TM)s professional indemnity insurance cover meets the registration standards and provides you with security and peace of mind.
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  • The NCO Creed
    The NCO Creed

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    All Soldiers are entitled to outstanding leadership; I will provide that leadership. Officers of my unit will have maximum time to accomplish their duties; they will not have to accomplish mine.
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  • ROYAL SONGS AND ROYAL SINGING: MUSIC IN THE NORODOM SIHANOUK ARCHIVAL COLLECTION, MONASH UNIVERSITY LIBRARY
    ROYAL SONGS AND ROYAL SINGING: MUSIC IN THE NORODOM SIHANOUK ARCHIVAL COLLECTION, MONASH UNIVERSITY LIBRARY

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    The Norodom Sihanouk Archival Collection was given by Norodom Sihanouk, the King of Cambodia, to Monash University Library (Melbourne, Australia) in 2004, shortly before the announcement of his retirement. It comprises diverse published and unpublished materials in multiple formats from the King's personal archive, covering his political and creative activities over the last half-century. A significant and fascinating component of the Collection relates to the King's own musical compositions and performances, comprising scores, recordings of his works and performances, manuscript song lyrics and translations, and other ephemera. The compositions belong to a genre of Khmer music that some describe as traditional popular song. They fall into two thematic groups: those with sentimental or love themes, which date from the late 1940s to the 1960s, and those treating revolutionary or political themes, which were composed in the early 1970s. The article describes the music materials in the Collection and their musical content and considers their potential research value from the perspective of their cultural and political significance, especially, how they intersect with and illuminate Norodom Sihanouk's cultural and political role in the 1950s, 1960s and early 1970s. It also raises some issues relating to management and use of a collection which is eclectic, in multiple languages, has a popular music focus and comprises mainly self-published materials. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]
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  • Meeting the Challenges Of Deep-Sea Mining
    Meeting the Challenges Of Deep-Sea Mining

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    Furthermore, a return flow line and several umbilicals are installed. Besides explorative operations, no full-scale deep-sea mining operation exists yet. Limiting particle sizes by optimizing the cutting process would be the better option. Besides the actual sizes of the particles, the width of the particle size distribution should be kept within limits.
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  • Revenue Recognition: New Answers to
    Revenue Recognition: New Answers to "How Much?" and "When?"

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    Even though the FASB continues to work with the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) to overhaul and converge the revenue provisions of US Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (US GAAP) and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), entities that prepare financial statements in accordance with US GAAP have no choice but to "play by the rules" in the short term. Last month, the FASB changed the rules. Specifically, it issued two Accounting Standards Updates (ASU) relating to certain aspects of revenue accounting and reporting under US GAAP. US GAAP contains many rules designed to address complexities present in the kinds of revenue arrangements that are common today. The amended guidance arising from ASU Nos. 2009-13 and 2009-14 shall be applied on a prospective basis for revenue arrangements entered into or materially modified in fiscal years beginning on or after June 15, 2010.
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  • TWELVE RAGAMALA PAINTINGS IN THE NATIONAL GALLERY OF VICTORIA, MELBOURNE: A CONCORDANCE FOR TWO SETS OF NAMES AND FIVE SETS OF NUMBERS
    TWELVE RAGAMALA PAINTINGS IN THE NATIONAL GALLERY OF VICTORIA, MELBOURNE: A CONCORDANCE FOR TWO SETS OF NAMES AND FIVE SETS OF NUMBERS

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    A series of nineteen ragamala paintings, twelve leaves of which are in the collection of the National Gallery of Victoria, contains remarkable iconographic and textual evidence when viewed within the broad context of the vast ragamala tradition of India, which lasted roughly from the 16th to the 19th centuries. After a brief introduction to the ragamala tradition in painting-a ragamala or garland of ragas is a set or series of miniature paintings depicting visualizations of Indian musical modes-the twelve ragamala paintings in the National Gallery of Victoria are discussed in some detail with reference to the name inscribed on the back of a painting and the clerical numbers also inscribed verso. In several instances the image of a painting does not agree with its inscription. The textual and clerical evidence on a painting and its iconographic identity, together with its relatively recent catalogue number and accession number from the National Gallery of Victoria, are collated in a concordance. This concordance serves as a reference point for the twelve ragamala paintings in the National Gallery of Victoria. Should any of the seven dispersed leaves in the series come to light, new data can quickly be added to the concordance as appropriate. Though the discussion and the concordance bring clarity to some of the difficulties surrounding this series of ragamala paintings, it is also evident that several problematic issues remain in the analysis and interpretation of the twelve ragamala paintings in the National Gallery of Victoria. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]
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  • INCOME TAX SERVICE LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES: A LOOK AT ALTERNATIVE MODELS
    INCOME TAX SERVICE LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES: A LOOK AT ALTERNATIVE MODELS

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    During two recent academic years, the authors explored various aspects of the United States Internal Revenue Service's (IRS) Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program. They served as volunteers in three separate VITA programs, each operating under different models. Based on their experiences, VITA programs are an under-utilized source of service learning opportunities for students. The number and diversity of programs, the flexibility in each program, and the availability of quality educational, technological, and mentoring support, make it possible to design a service learning opportunity for any student population. Recent program enhancements make the experience particularly meaningful for accounting students interested in public practice. This paper overviews the VITA program and describes: 1. three program models; 2. the pros and cons of each model as the basis for a service learning opportunity; and 3. the critical need to carefully consider objectives when designing a VITA program-based service learning opportunity. While individual income taxes may not exist in some countries or may be less complex than in the United States, the VITA models presented in this paper may be relevant example models of ways to structure opportunities for other accounting student learning activities. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]
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  • MINUTES OF COUNCIL MEETING held Sunday 1 July at 14.00 and Thursday 5 July 2007 at 16.00 at the Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, Australia
    MINUTES OF COUNCIL MEETING held Sunday 1 July at 14.00 and Thursday 5 July 2007 at 16.00 at the Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, Australia

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    Other business Present: (at both sessions unless otherwise indicated by I or II) Bob Acker, observer (II); Kathy Adamson, observer (I); Tsuneko Arakawa, President, Japanese National Branch; Jon Bags, observer (II); Andr Balog, observer (I); Georgina Binns, observer (I); Ole Bisbjerg, representative Danish National Branch; Bonna Boettcher, observer (II); Alastair Boyd, observer; Maureen Buja, Editor, Fontes Artis Musicae; Jolanta Byczkowska-Sztaba, representative, Polish National Branch (I); Maria Calderisi, observer; Jim Cassaro, IAML Vice-President, Chair Programme Committee; Richard Chesser, Chair, Constitution Committee; Inger Johanne Christiansen, observer; Mary Wallace Davidson, representative, US National Branch; Elizabeth Davis, observer; David Day, Chair Bibliography Commission (I); Santie de Jongh, observer (II); Johan Eeckeloo, Belgian representative (II); Inger Enquist, observer; Karl Erik Ericsson, observer; Manuel Erviti, observer (II); Astrid Evassdotter, observer; Michael Fingerhut, observer; Gert Floor, representative, Netherlands National Branch; Roger Flury, IAML Secretary General; Gabriele Gamba, IAML Webmaster; Massimo Gentili-Tedeschi, IAML President; Aurika Gergeleziu, representative, Estonian National Branch; Julianna Gcza, representative, Hungarian National Branch; Antony Gordon, Chair, Cataloguing Commission and Information Technology Committees; Liz Hart, representative, UK and Ireland National Branch; Dominique Hausfater, IAML Vice-President; Veslemy Heintz, Chair RILM Commission mixte (I); Ruth Hellen, IAML Vice-President and Chair, Outreach Committee; Berit Holth, observer; Stanisl-aw Hrabia, representative, Polish National Branch; Ulla Ikheimo, representative Finnish National Branch; Kimiko Inoue, observer (II); Marguerite Iskenderian, observer (II); Tone Notvik Jakobsen, observer (II); Thomas Kalk, representative German National Branch; Klaus Keil, observer (II); Tina Kilvio Tuescher, observer (II); Ben Knysak, observer (II); Christian
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  • FRAGMENTS OF MEDIEVAL CHANT MANUSCRIPTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY
    FRAGMENTS OF MEDIEVAL CHANT MANUSCRIPTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY

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    This paper investigates three small manuscript fragments containing notated chant held in the Rare Book collection of the University of Sydney's Fisher Library. Important features of each are discussed and comments are given on provenance. One of these, a single leaf, RB Add. Ms. 339, contains the last nocturn of Matins for the Office of the Dead (without notation) and on this basis provenance is able to proposed as possibly being the church of Werden. While the greater part of the content of the fragment appears to have been prepared in the 11th century, the notated portion (with a German style of notation) is likely to be a 12th-century addition. A pastedown in RB Add. Ms. 327 includes chant notated in Aquitanian notation and has characteristics supporting the likelihood of Iberian provenance around 1200. A notable feature of the Aquitanian notated fragment is its group of three notated alleluias given for Easter Monday. The third fragment RB Add. Ms. 1 also entered the library as a pastedown and has chant notated in Messine notation. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]
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  • THE PREFERRED STOCK DILEMMA OF APPLLO TECHNOLOGY: THE IMPACT OF SFAS #150
    THE PREFERRED STOCK DILEMMA OF APPLLO TECHNOLOGY: THE IMPACT OF SFAS #150

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    This case involves applying the requirements of SFAS #150: Accounting for Certain Financial Instruments with Characteristics of Both Liabilities and Equity to a company that has recently gone public. As part of its IPO, Appllo Technology has issued two series of Preferred Stock that may fall under the reporting requirements of SFAS #150. The case requires students (who take the role of a staff auditor) to read SFAS #150, critically apply its requirements to Appllo Technology, and summarize their findings in a memo. Further, the case requires that the company's yearly financial statements be adjusted to conform with the recommendations in the audit memo previously completed. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]
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  • Spoleczno-zawodowe funkcjonowanie businesswomen
    Spoleczno-zawodowe funkcjonowanie businesswomen

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    Czechowska-Bieluga discusses the social and professional function of women conducting their own economic activity. Also, she shows that every fifth businesswoman is afraid of risk which is probably associating management of her own business with it. Women also have the tendency to stress their own previous success, abilities and skills in the course of following own occupational career.
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  • MUSIC AUSTRALIA: FROM DEVELOPMENT TO PRODUCTION SERVICE
    MUSIC AUSTRALIA: FROM DEVELOPMENT TO PRODUCTION SERVICE

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    Music Australia (www.musicaustralia.org) is an online service that showcases Australia's musical culture across contemporary and historical periods, from the earliest published music to the latest hit. It is a free resource discovery service, hosted by the National Library of Australia. This paper analyses the process of development from pilot to production, addresses the achievements and the challenges, and discusses directions, future enhancements and lessons learned through Music Australia's development. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]
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  • Jakosc zycia kobiet w swietle teorii konsumpcjonizmu
    Jakosc zycia kobiet w swietle teorii konsumpcjonizmu

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    Slaby and Maliszewski present the result of a survey regarding the quality of women's life in the light of the consumerism theory. Result shows that purchasing goods and services is considered an effective method of improving one's mood. Slaby and Maliszewski conclude that female consumers will still continue seeking happiness and fulfillment in satisfaction of consumer needs without reflection, where their lifestyle will still be focused on spending like shopping.
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  • 2006 TREASURER'S REPORT TO COUNCIL AND GENERAL ASSEMBLY JULY 2007
    2006 TREASURER'S REPORT TO COUNCIL AND GENERAL ASSEMBLY JULY 2007

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    The board prefers a gradual increase, annual if necessary, to a single, large increase. [...] the board proposes a small increase of the dues to [euro] 59 and [euro] 35.50 respectively in 2009.
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  • Swiadomosc konsumencka: dzialania na rzecz godnego traktowania kobiet w reklamie w Polsce
    Swiadomosc konsumencka: dzialania na rzecz godnego traktowania kobiet w reklamie w Polsce

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    A global leader in serving libraries of all types, ProQuest LLC (“ProQuest”) supports the breadth of the information community with innovative discovery solutions that power the business of books and the best in research experience. More than a content provider or aggregator, ProQuest is an information partner, creating indispensable research solutions that connect people and information. Through innovative, user-centered discovery technology, ProQuest offers billions of pages of global content that includes historical newspapers, dissertations, and uniquely relevant resources for researchers of any age and sophistication—including content not likely to be digitized by others.
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