Chauncey Sparks, Governor of Alabama, 1943-1946
This image is a black and white photographic portrait of Alabama Governor Chauncey Sparks. Postcard text: (back) Chauncey Sparks, 43rd Governor of Alabama, planter, banker, lawyer, legislator; born in Eufala, Ala., October 8, 1884; elected Governor November 3, 1942 for a term of four years.
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Computer, Science, robotics, design, Technology, programming, matrix algebra, code, motion planning, humanoids, AI, artificial intelligence, haptic interaction, controls, sensors, gps, human interaction, muscle-like actuation, human augmentation, spatial
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1.3 Warm-up activities

A variety of actions might be included in warm-up activities, and there is good reason for keeping these simple and repetitive. If the brain and muscles have to concentrate on learning new and complex patterns of movement, then this takes attention away from raising the core body temperature by 1 or 2 degrees and increasing the heart rate enough to perspire.

Movements might include:

  • walks gradually increasing in speed to a small run;


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A "Conversion Immersion" workshop was convened to provide a forum for instructors to work together to convert traditional "cookbook" laboratories to a more investigative format. This paper summarizes some of the ideas that emerged from the two sessions of the workshop, which included labs on the following topics: chick development, soils, antimicrobial agents, effects of pH and heavy metals on microbial processes, DNA isolation, immunohistochemistry, enzymes, osmosis, invertebrate diversity, pla
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