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Declaration of Intention of Rudolph Schmidt

United States. Bureau Of Naturalization
Declaration of Intention to become a citizen of the United States, as filled out and signed by: Rudolph SchmidtCountry of Origin: GermanyApplicant age: 32Occupation: PainterDate of Birth: 21 February 1895Sailed to the US aboard the vessel: Thuringia City of residence at time of declaration: Atlantic City NJ Declaration submitted and sworn on date: 30 July 1927

New Jersey Coastal Management Program bay and ocean shore segment and final environmental impact statement

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This program is the culmination of a four-year process during which a wide range of agencies, interest groups and citizens have worked together to identify issues of concern, review draft recommendations and debate public policy on the coast. In the past year, for example, the Department of Environmental Protection held a series of public meetings and workshops to discuss the Coastal Management Strategy (September 1977), and, on the basis of the public comments, prepared the...

Confluence of influence

Dianne Laura Fabii
This dissertation examines how second generation Indian-American youth in the United States are negotiating and transforming the practice of arranged marriage. The tradition of arranged marriage has been modeled in their families for generations, but these youth are growing up in a cultural context that highly values freedom of choice and embraces autonomy, as well as validates various alternative lifestyles other than marriage. The bicultural identities of second generation Indian-American youth provide a framework for...

Work/Quality assurance project plan, lake surveys

Doris Cane
Objective and Scope of this [plan: All lakes listed in &.3 will be monitored three times, once in the spring, summer, and fall. Samples will be taken at all major inlets for nutrients and bacteria. Boat samples will [be] taken in the main part of the lake for nutrients, chl a, and algal identification. If the boat is unavailable, an outlet sample (taken above dam) will be substituted for all parameters.

Why and how do parents decide to send their children to the interdistrict school choice program at the magnet program for math and science

Kevin S. Doyle
The New Jersey Interdistrict School Choice Program allows parents to send their students to schools outside of their local school district. Determining why parents send their students to choice schools is important to school leaders who are trying to attract new students, as well as those who are trying to retain their current students. This study examined the reasons why parents decided to send their students to the Magnet Program for Math and Science (MP4M&S),...

Continuing to explore fraction comparisons, Clip 2 of 7: Kimberly and Audra compare one half and three fourths

Amy Marie Martino
In the second clip, Kimberly and Audra worked together on the task: Which is larger one half or three fourths. Kimberly built a model using an orange and red train, two dark green rods, and four light green rods , and reasoned directly that three fourths was larger than one half by one fourth. She then set out to find another model, and built a model that was the same length using a different train...

Generative adversarial networks for image synthesis

Han Zhang
Image synthesis is an important problem in computer vision and has many applications, such as computer-aided design and photo-editing. There has been remarkable progress in this direction with the emergence of Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs). However, GANs still face many challenges in generating high quality images: the difficulty of directly approximating the high-resolution image distribution, the poor model generalization ability to datasets with multiple classes, the frequent occurrences of mode collapse and unstable training are...

Declaration of Intention of Frederick William Ratsch

United States. Bureau Of Naturalization
Declaration of Intention to become a citizen of the United States, as filled out and signed by: Frederick William RatschApplicant age: 23 Occupation: FarmerCountry of Origin: Germany Date of Birth: 31 October 1892Sailed to the US aboard the vessel: ZiteirCity of residence at time of declaration: Atlantic City,NJDeclaration submitted and sworn on date: 17 August 1916

Rufa red knot background information and threats assessment

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Red knots face a wide range of threats across their range on multiple geographic and temporal scales. The effects of some smaller threats may act in an additive fashion to ultimately impact populations or the subspecies as a whole (cumulative effects). Other threats may interact synergistically to increase or decrease the effects of each threat relative to the effects of each threat considered independently (synergistic effects). For example, reduced food availability has been shown to...

Exploiting procedure level locality to reduce instruction cache misses

Ravi Batchu & Daniel A. Jiménez
High instruction fetch bandwidth is essential for high performance in today’s wide-issue outof-order processors. Instruction caches must provide a low miss rate as well as low latency. We introduce Procedure Level Relocation, a class of dynamic feedback-directed optimizations that substantially reduce the instruction cache miss rate by exploiting the temporal locality of procedure usage. Based on the observation that half of all procedures executed are at most 128 bytes in length, we present a Small...

Field Day Exercises, 1915, Egg Harbor City, NJ

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Photograph of Field Day exercises 01 May 1915. This is a group photograph of 6th, 7th and 8th grade participants from the Egg Harbor City School.

Future in the present

María Islas-López
Future consideration in the form of plans, hopes, projects and dreams is a constitutive feature of the life of Mexican migrants and their families. This study seeks to understand this engagement with the future of transnational actors—of those that move around and those who stay. The study explores the ways in which this future consideration plays out in people’s everyday transnational living and, accordingly, how people’s future-oriented thinking is factored in transnational dynamics. Drawing on...

Central Service Area: Alternate Route Cost Analysis and Construction Procedures

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The authors of this report recommend it be read in conjunction with the Estimate of Alternate Routes in Central Service Area (not currently available in the NJEDL). This report provides specific discussions of the alternate routes in the central service area, including routes to Berkeley Shores Plant, Pinewald Plant, and Segal Street Plant. The report also discusses Toms River Relief and cost summaries of interceptor routes and plant sites.

Symmetry Coincides with Nondeterminism for Time-Bounded Auxiliary Pushdown Automata

Eric Allender & Klaus-Jörn Lange
We show that every language accepted by a nondeterministic auxiliary pushdown automaton in polynomial time (that is, every language in SAC1 = Log(CFL)) can be accepted by a symmetric auxiliary pushdown automaton in polynomial time.

Letter from Mrs. Ann Kipp of the Jr. Woman's Club to the Friends of the Roseland Library April 7, 1966

Roseland Free Public Library
Letter from Mrs. Ann Kipp of the Jr. Woman's Club to the Friends of the Roseland Library April 7, 1966 giving a donation from the Roseland Woman's Club to Friends of the Roseland Library.

Appian Way (10 of 10)

David Marsh
View of the Appian Way (Via Appia Antica). This road connected Rome to Apulia (present day Puglia) and was mostly used to transport military supplies.

The Tidal Exchange: Summer 2004

No Name Supplied
This is the newsletter from the New York - New Jersey Harbor Estuary Program. Topics covered in this issue include decontamination applications, stormwater, Neck Creek Marsh, and a species profile of the Greater Yellowlegs.

News desk of the Paterson Evening News building

Paterson Evening News
News desk of the Paterson Evening News building. Reporters work at their typewriters reviewing and revising news articles. Note the Hellman's Mayonnaise jar filled with glue and a brush for cutting and pasting of articles. The news building was located at 143 Ellison Street.

New York / New Jersey Harbor Estuary Program Habitat Workgroup 2001 Status Report : A Regional Model for Estuary and Multiple Watershed Management

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The New York/New Jersey Harbor Estuary Program (HEP) was formed to protect the harbor's watersheds and to restore a healthy and productive ecosystem to full beneficial uses. A dynamic system covering 42,128 square kilometers, the New York / New Jersey Harbor Estuary and Bight extend from the limits of tidal influence to the harbor transect. The area supports a diverse biotic assemblage within a sprawling urban landscape. This report lists the environmental achievements of the...

The targum (1905:Oct. 9 - 1905:Oct. 30)

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Some University historians indicate that the Targum was first published as an annual in 1867, but of this we have no extant evidence. In January 1869, the Targum as we now know it, made its appearance as a monthly paper that concerned itself with student “literary contributions” and college news as well as serving as a vehicle for bringing news to alumni and the general public. The newspaper, which originally was for sale, varied in...

Nick Virgilio haiku archive, box 12 folder 07

Virgilio, Nicholas A. (Nicholas Anthony)
The Nicholas Virgilio Haiku Archive is primarily composed of sheets of typed haiku poems, several poems to a page, only a few ever published; some correspondence, mostly related to publishing or speaking engagements; and a small amount of personal correspondence. Virgilio lived in Camden, New Jersey and is a renowned haikuist.

Nick Virgilio haiku archive, box 12 folder 06

Virgilio, Nicholas A. (Nicholas Anthony)
The Nicholas Virgilio Haiku Archive is primarily composed of sheets of typed haiku poems, several poems to a page, only a few ever published; some correspondence, mostly related to publishing or speaking engagements; and a small amount of personal correspondence. Virgilio lived in Camden, New Jersey and is a renowned haikuist.

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