We note his intention to publish a more finished version in time for the
forthcoming general election . 3 . The steps that have to be taken after a general
election , and the roles and responsibilities of the Prime Minister , the Sovereign ,
the Civil ...
Author: Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Justice Committee
Publisher: The Stationery Office
Constitutional processes following a general Election : Fifth report of session 2009-10, report, together with formal minutes, oral and written Evidence
Respondents indicated that any reduction in the reporting burden, whether by
following general or specific suggestions, would improve the quality of data they
submit to BEA. Respondents also noted that improving the clarity of the
Author: National Research Council
Publisher: National Academies Press
Many questions have been raised about America's status in the increasingly interconnected global economy. Yet key facts--such as the amount of foreign assets abroad owned by U.S. citizens--are not known. The crucial data needed to assess the U.S. position are unavailable. This volume explores significant shortcomings in U.S. data on international capital transactions and their implications for policymakers. The volume offers clearcut recommendations for U.S. agencies to bring data collection and analyses of the global economy into the twenty-first century. The volume explores How factors emerging since the early 1980s have shaped world financial markets and revealed shortcomings in data collection and analysis. How the existing U.S. data system works and where it fails how measurements of international financial transactions are recorded; and how swaps, options, and futures present special reporting problems. How alternative methods, such as collecting data, from sources such as global custodians and international clearinghouses, might improve coverage and accuracy.
He was dressed precisely as the general was , as I discovered from the picture
that came in my letter later in the day . This mystified me for a time , but I found ,
after General Custer's return , that Frank , not explaining the exact reason , had ...
Author: Elizabeth Bacon Custer
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
"Hunting, joking, story-telling on the march and around the camp-fire lost some of its charm as winter really set in. Although it is the custom of soldiers to make light of hardships, there were new features in this winter's campaign which needed all their fortitude to meet and endure." Elizabeth Custer, the devoted wife the general who would fall at the Battle of Little Big Horn, had no illusions about what would be required to force southern Plains Indians onto reservations. Drawing on her husband's letters to her, she describes the Seventh Cavalry's risky winter campaign that culminated in November 1868 with the capture of a Cheyenne village on the Washita River. Following the Guidon shows Libby Custer shuttling between summer camp near Fort Hays, Kansas, and winter quarters in Fort Leavenworth. She observes frontier army life up close: the discipline and frivolity, tent housekeeping, the resourceful open-air cuisine, regimental quarrels and romances, the omnipresent rattlesnakes and buffalo shot from train windows, the Custer menagerie, the wildness of Ellsworth and Hays City, the presence of California Joe and Wild Bill Hickok. Libby accompanies the men on their hunting expeditions, relates the stories of scouts and teamsters, and always gives a human aspect to a difficult juncture in Custer's career. Following the Guidon, originally published in 1890.
Immediately following the physical, I was put on KP (kitchen police) for the entire
day, so I scrubbed pots and pans and washed ... The Desert Training Center
grew rapidly in size and scope after General Patton departed in July 1942 to lead
Author: Eugene G. Schulz
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Eugene G. Schulz was born on a farm in Clintonville, Wisconsin in 1923. He graduated from high school in May, 1941, and worked on his fathers farm and at a truck manufacturing plant until he was drafted into the army in January 1943. Schulz received his basic training at Camp Young, California at the Desert Training Center, and later at Camp Campbell, Kentucky. He was assigned to the IV Armored Corps (later named the XX Corps) where he was a typist in the G-3 Section. His duties included the typing of battle orders developed by Colonel W. B. Griffith, the G-3 of XX Corps Headquarters. The XX Corps sailed to England in February 1944 on the Queen Mary with 16,000 soldiers on board, completing the voyage in five days. After final training in England, the XX Corps landed on Utah Beach in Normandy on D+46. His unit was attached to General Pattons Third Army and spearheaded the drive across France, through Germany and into Austria where they met the Russian Army on V-E Day. Schulz was awarded the Bronze Star medal when the war ended. He served in the Army of Occupation in Germany, then returned to the States and was discharged on December 1, 1945. He enrolled at the University of WisconsinMadison taking advantage of the GI Bill of Rights, and earning Bachelors and Masters degrees in Business Administration. Schulz met his wife, Eleanore, at the University and they were married in 1949. Schulz worked as an investment research officer at the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company in Milwaukee for 36 years. The Schulzs have been retired since 1988 and continue to live in Milwaukee. They are world travelers. They have five sons, all married, and sixteen grandchildren.
2 A General Framework for Quantum Search We consider the following general
framework for quantum search algorithms. We let X denote the state of the target
and Y the output of the search algorithm. We assume that X is uniformly ...
Author: Rudolf Ahlswede
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed research papers contributed to a research project on the 'General Theory of Information Transfer and Combinatorics' that was hosted from 2001--2004 at the Center for Interdisciplinary Research (ZIF) of Bielefeld University and also papers of several incorporated meetings thereof. The 63 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in the book. The papers are organized in topical sections on probabilistic models, cryptology, pseudo random sequences, quantum models, statistics, probability theory, information measures, error concepts, performance criteria, search, sorting, ordering, planning, language evolution, pattern discovery, reconstructions, network coding, combinatorial models, and a problem section.