www.huffingtonpost.com/marion-mayer/taking-stand-against-school-dress-code_b_4610307.html?ir=Women The new principal at my school used two phrases while addressing new dress code rules to a class: "Modest is hottest" and "boys will be boys." He should have said something more along the lines of: "The school dress code was established to provide our students with a safe and orderly learning environment that is free from distractions." Let's start with the phrase "modest is hottest," shall we? Modest means having or showing a moderate estimation of one's own talents, abilities and value. If modest is hottest, then it's not modest. You are literally sending the message to young girls, who are already struggling with self-confidence, that hiding their body makes them more attractive. At what point in your career did you find it appropriate to define my "hotness"? How am I supposed to love and feel proud of my naked body and develop a sense of sexuality when exposing my body is deemed shameful and unattractive? My body is not a sinful temptation that needs to be hidden.
Gramaje de los papeles Muchas veces se encuentra con papeles de los que se interesa conocer el gramaje (grosor o cuerpo del papel). Los gramajes imprimibles van desde 60 gramos hasta 350 gramos. El Gramaje, es la masa de la unidad de superficie del papel expresada en gramos por metro cuadrado. Esta medida es importante ya que de la misma depende la regulación de la pasta de papel en la máquina, en función del peso en gramos por metro cuadrado que se va a dar al papel. Esta relación es importante porque el comercio de papel se realiza en pesetas por kilogramos. El gramaje de referencia es el de 80 gramos que es el típico de fotocopiadora. Lo más común que se utiliza es el papel Couhe de 70, 90 y 120 Grs. para interiores de revista, políticos, folletos, etc y de 200 a 300 para forros igual de revistas y libros impresos a color. Mientras que para libros de sólo texto o a una sola tinta se utiliza el Bond de 90 grs. y la pasta en couche, igual de 200 a 300.
La sonda Rosetta sta per svegliarsi Dopo 31 mesi di silenzio la navicella dell’Esa ha ripreso le attività. Ecco in che cosa consiste la sua missione Pubblicato Si chiama così in onore della Stele di Rosetta, che permise di decifrare le testimonianze lasciate dagli antichi Egizi e al suo pari, la sonda dell’Esa Rosetta, permetterà di svelare i misteri sulla composizione delle comete e sull’origine del Sistema solare. Tecnicamente parlando, la sonda svegliandosi ha ripreso le sue attività. (Foto: Esa) Ad aprile cominceranno i test sugli strumenti a bordo della sonda e il mese successivo avranno inizio le operazioni di avvicinamento alla cometa, che dovrebbe incontrare nel mese di agosto. Dopo l’ancoraggio sulla superficie della cometa avranno luogo le operazioni di trivellazione del suolo per analizzarne la composizione grazie agli strumenti presenti a bordo, in parte italiani (in particolare il sistema di acquisizione e distribuzione dei campioni SD2 e il sistema di pannelli solari Solar Array).
10 things France does better than anywhere else The vast Château de Chambord, one of France's great museums, and also apparently the perfect place to shoot a Brazilian telenovela, as here. No one's arguing against the existence of great cheeses around the world -- but no French citizen needs to go much further than the corner shop to find one. Mimolette (pictured) is just one of its edible works of art. Insouciance, that accent, joie de vivre -- it's an irresistible package. France's style of light-touch sophistication and luxury -- whether at spas or in fancy cafés -- has been copied worldwide. The first French rule of the road: I'm going that way, and you can't stop me. While in many other countries they've been sacrificed to the chains, France has hung on to its quirky, little boutiques. The French have mastered the art of being impeccably polite and startlingly dismissive at the same time. The French weren't joking when they called their high-speed rail network train à grande vitesse -- "very fast train." 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.
Are You a Super-Tech Adopter? Or a Tech-Averse Older? If you have Wi-Fi, a laptop and a DVD player in your home, but no smartphone, then you might be considered a "mature technophile." To coincide with the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week, Gallup released a new analysis lumping American adults into four types of gadget owners: super tech adopters, smartphone reliants, mature technopiles and tech-averse olders. At one extreme, super tech adopters, who apparently make up 31 percent of the U.S. population, are relatively young, well off, educated and the most likely to own a wide array of electronics. [9 Odd Ways Your Tech Devices May Injure You] While 62 percent of Americans overall own a smartphone, 100 percent of super tech adopters have one. Virtually all super tech adopters (99 percent) also have wireless Internet at home, 95 percent have a laptop, 78 percent own a tablet and 68 percent subscribe to a streaming service like Netflix, Gallup found.
Heidi Happy Heidi Happy (* 1980 in Dagmersellen, Kanton Luzern als Priska Zemp) ist eine Schweizer Popmusikerin. Sie bewegt sich zwischen Chanson, Jazz, Folk und kleiner Kammermusik. Kindheit, Jugend[Bearbeiten] Priska Zemp wuchs in einer musikalischen Familie auf. Ihre Mutter ist Sopranistin, ihr Vater singt in verschiedenen Chören. Karriere[Bearbeiten] Ab Ende der 90er-Jahre sang Priska Zemp in mehreren, meist unbekannt gebliebenen Musikgruppen wie Funktasy, Protonic, Prishilla, Khushi und Superterz. Ursprünglich war Priska Zemp nach Amsterdam gezogen, um eine Schule für Video, Animation und Musik zu besuchen - die Stadt ist für sie zu einer zweiten Heimat geworden und zum Ort, an dem sie ihre Musik komponiert. Diskografie[Bearbeiten] Alben[Bearbeiten] 2007: Back Together2008: Flowers, Birds and Home2011: Hiding with the Wolves2012: On the Hills2014: Golden Heart EPs[Bearbeiten] 2009: Live 2009 Singles[Bearbeiten] Weblinks[Bearbeiten] Einzelnachweise[Bearbeiten]
open day20140127_114950 Why Coming Home Is Hard Coming home after months or even years away is hard because the people you are coming home to only know — and thus expect — the you that left. This is true for the college kid who is still teased by his family about his sloppiness, his pizza-only diet, or his C’s-will-do work ethic, despite the fact that he actually worked fairly hard to get his act together while living on his own. This is true of the 20-something who is still referred to by her mother as a Prima Donna, regardless of the fact that she just spent 18 months living out of a backpack. This is true of anyone who has ever come home to find that the people there no longer see them as they see themselves. There is no one to blame here but the game-changers that are expectation and time. We can’t help that we left as the people we left as, or that the people we said goodbye to screenshotted us in their minds, remembering our carefree manner, our insecure smile or our constant refusal to do the dishes.
Educational Webpages Independientes con ingresos menores a S/.2,771 no pagarán Impuesto a la Renta Los trabajadores independientes (Cuarta Categoría) que emiten recibos por honorarios y perciban ingresos mensuales que no superen los S/.2,771 no estarán afectos a la retención y/o pagos a cuenta del Impuesto a la Renta (IR), según la Resolución de Superintendencia de la SUNAT N° 373-2013, publicada recientemente en el diario oficial El Peruano. De esta manera, los contribuyentes que reciban, exclusivamente, ingresos de Cuarta Categoría podrán iniciar el trámite ante el ente recaudador para solicitar la suspensión de retenciones y/o pagos a cuenta del Impuesto a la Renta. La norma también señala que quienes proyecten que sus ingresos, durante el 2014, no superarán los S/.33,250, podrán solicitar la citada suspensión. Hay que indicar que estos montos han sido actualizados, considerando que la Unidad Impositiva Tributaria (UIT) para este año es de S/.3,800.
Inside tips and tricks for a fun tour of Todi - Part 1 - BrowsingItaly I am often asked why I love living in Todi so much. Aren’t you bored? Wouldn’t you like living in a bigger and busier town, with lots of cool and stylish shops, with multiplex, discos and so on? Well, definitely NO! It’s maybe hard to understand, but every day, every time I walk along Todi’s streets there is always something that inspires and amazes me with its beauty, its simplicity and genuinity… I can’t help but take photos with my phone and share the beauty of my town on Instagram! Why should I live elsewhere? Todi is a quite small town, full of famous monuments, such as the amazing medieval Piazza del Popolo (among the biggest medieval squares in Italy) and the Renaissance Consolazione Church (project attributed to Donato Bramante). But I’ll challenge you! Now I’m going to give you some help…follow me! Inside tips and tricks for a fun tour of Todi 1. San Fortunato Here we are, just in front of the stunning gothic gate of San Fortunato Basilica (13th-14th century). 2. Tiber Middle Valley
Lost Underwater Lion City: Rediscovery of China’s ‘Atlantis’ Thousand Island Lake (Qiandao Lake) is a gorgeous man-made lake located in Zhejiang, China. Photo #2 by trasyy The first underwater exploration attempt of the drowned city was in 2001 when it was discovered there were 265 arches in the preserved ruins. Lion City is about the size of 62 football fields. According to Our World, “It was decided to make an underwater city accessible to tourists. This aerial shot of Thousand Island Lake is interesting, but even more interesting is what lies underneath in the Lost Lion City. According to National Geography, as the dive depth increased beneath Qiandao Lake, ever darkening, it was almost all black by 28 meters underwater. Intricate carvings engraved on buildings as seen when Chinese National Geography released images taken by archaeologists/divers rediscovering the the underwater ‘lost’ city. Massive amount of fish on Yule Bridge, as seen while crossing one of the Thousand Lake Islands. Aerial shot of Quiando Lake.
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