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Borden, et al Informational [Page 5] RFC 1821 Real-time Service in IP-ATM Networks August 1995 A generic discussion of this situation is made difficult by the fact that the reservation of resources in the Internet may be sender or receiver initiated, depending on the specifics of the setup protocol.
Borden, et al Informational [Page 15] RFC 1821 Real-time Service in IP-ATM Networks August 1995 5.0 End System Issues In developing an integrated IP-ATM environment the applications need to be as oblivious as possible of the details of the environment: the applications should not need to know about the network topology to work properly.
Further Borden, et al Informational [Page 20] RFC 1821 Real-time Service in IP-ATM Networks August 1995 research and practical experience is needed in the areas of QoS routing in IP in order to support more than the shortest best-effort path, especially when this path may traverse ATM networks.
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 Timeline 1821-1830
1821 Mar 15, Josef Loschmidt (d.1895), a pioneer of 19th-century physics and chemistry, was born in Putschim (Pocerny), Bohemia.
1821 Oct 16, Albert Franz Doppler, composer, was born.
1821 An independent institution for the instruction of Lutheran and reformed theologies was established at the Univ. of Vienna.
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The Model 1821 is a programmable FASTBUS Master designed to provide operations on the Segment at the full speed of the standard.
The 1821 is divided into two sections, the Sequencer and the Interface.
The Model 2891A is con nected to the 1821 SM/I via the front-panel Interface Port providing control and data transfers at the maximum speed of the CAMAC system's host computer (approximately 2 MB/sec).
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 The Greek Revolution (1821-1822)
Although prominent armatoles and prelates from Macedonia (Yeorgakis Olympios; Ioannis Farmakis; Chrysanthos, the metropolitan of Serres) had been initiated prior to 1820 into the activities of the 'Philiki Etaireia', preparations for the revolution were nonetheless inadequate in the region, particularly in western Macedonia.
The uprising, which finally erupted in May 1821 on Mount Athos, was quenched by a wave of butchery and pillage that same autumn, while harsh penalties were imposed on the towns, especially Thessaloniki.
A second rebellion on Olympos and Vermion in the spring of 1822 met with the same fate, despite the enlistment of several experienced clefts, armatoles and the local notables.
www.macedonian-heritage.gr /HellenicMacedonia/en/A3.2.1.html   (185 words)

 hegel.net - Hegel FAQ (most frequent asked questions)
Wasn't Hegel a lackey of the Prussian Monarchy?
In his "Philosophy of Right" (1821), he claims that it is no longer important whether one is called French, German, Jew or Italian, because these characterisations are sublated in the very concept of "human being".
Among the major points of contact, it is possible to mention the fact that Hegel treats women and men as equal property holders within the family and also outside it, in civil society, so that women remain autonomous and independent citizens even in the case they are not married.
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 Literature Search – DPT, diphtheria, pertussis and tetanus vaccines and “adverse” – #1-500
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 Literature Search – DPT, diphtheria, pertussis and tetanus vaccines and “adverse” – #1001-1500
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 Beyond the Frontier: A History of St. Louis to 1821
The Patrice Press is proud to announce the publication of Beyond the Frontier: A History of St. Louis to 1821, by Frederick A. Hodes, Ph.D. It could well be the most important book ever published on the subject—at 676 pages certainly the most comprehensive.
Before closing his masterwork, he takes us on a literary journey that, as far as we know, has never been done before.
This is the first book of a projected series of five, and the author is already deep into the research for the second volume, which will take the history to 1850.
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 Timeline: 1821-1845 - A History of Corrections in Florida   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
A few primitive county jails are the closest thing to prisons for convicted felons in Florida during its years as a U.S. Territory.
After Seminole, Spanish, French and British rule, Florida became a U.S. territory in 1821, and a state in 1845; but didn't actually create the first prison until after the Civil War (1861-1865).
In the Jacksonian Period, development of prisons increased nationwide, reflecting a shift in public opinion and a decline in support for harsh discipline.
www.dc.state.fl.us /oth/timeline/1821-1845.html   (147 words)

 1821 articles on Encyclopedia.com
He distinguished himself in the army and became captain general of Andalusia.
Sent out (1821) as captain general and acting viceroy of New Spain, he found all Mexico, except a few towns, in the control of the revolutionists
In 1821 the military leaders, dissatisfied with Viceroy Pezuela and his conduct of the war against José de San Martín, deposed Pezuela and named José de la Serna in his place; he was confirmed in the
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 Mexican Empire (1821-1823)
On October 7, 1821, the Regencia, provitional body formed to chose the emperor who rules the newly independent nation realized the Empire has no Imperial Coat of Arms nor National Seal, even the flag should be determined.
On November 2, 1821, Don Agustin de Iturbide, as president of the provisional goverment composed by other 38 personalities, decreed: that the National Flag should contain vertical stripes in colours green, white and red, adding to the white centre a crowned eagle, resting on the legendary nopal (Nahoa).
This flag was used in every ceremony during Iturbide’s Empire since his coronation at July 21, 1822.
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 New Georgia Encyclopedia: Joseph E. Brown (1821-1894)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The Civil War governor of Georgia, Joseph Emerson Brown, was one of the most successful politicians in the state's history.
Born in South Carolina on April 15, 1821, and raised in the mountains of north Georgia, he capped off a solid middle-class education in private academies with a year at Yale Law School in New Haven, Connecticut (1845-46).
Very able and ambitious, Brown quickly prospered as a lawyer and businessman.
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 The revolt in Halkidiki (1821)
Drawing by the sculptor K. Palaiologos depicting Emmanuel Papas, inspirer and leader of the 1821 Uprising in Halkidiki, 1821, Athens, National Historical Museum.
The element of surprise, however, had definitely been lost, since the operations started in May, nearly two months after the outbreak of the revolution in the Peloponnese (25 March 1821).
The advance quickly turned into a series of retreats and was effectively squashed with the Kassandra disaster (October 1821) and Emmanouil Pappas' flight to Hydra (November 1821).
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 METIS CULTURE 1821-1823
Augustus Laroche, in 1846, claimed to have occupied the same spot on the North Bank of St. Mary's River (Sault Ste Marie) from 1821 to 1846.
Mary Shaw, Ojibwa Metis b-1806, arrived 1821 Sault Ste Marie, related to one of the sub-chiefs and wife of Thomas Shaw b-1803 Sault Ste Marie a near relative of the chief Ste.
Gurnoe is born 1821 Bay Mills, Michigan son (6)-Louis Gurnoe born 1790 and Se-Ranze (Say Shaw Ne Nie) born 1800.
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 Calendar for 1821-1822
First played 26 November 1821, it was presented each night from then on until the end of the regular season (except on those Wednesdays and Fridays during Lent when serious music replaced dramatic entertainment), for a total of 94 times, never with more than one other piece on the bill.
The Drama said of it: "Several of the scenes are very laughable--particularly the night row at Temple Bar and All Max in the East in which the meeting of all the celebrated beggars and ballad singers of the metropolis is displayed" (22 February p.
I passes in the valley of Mount Etna with the entrance to the Duke de Bentivoglio's Garden; II Gothic statue hall and chapel of the castle; III pavilion in garden and view of Etna by moonlight
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 12 USC §1821(k)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Third, any federal common law right found to exist under § 1821(k) would not contradict any other statutory provision; instead recognition of a federal common law right would be consistent with FIRREA and would vindicate the reliance of the federal branches upon the operation of federal common law.
A statute should be construed, if at all possible, to avoid producing inconsistencies among its parts.
A separate provision of § 1821, subsection (d)(2)(A)(i), provides that the Federal Liquidators, succeed to all claims of the failed bank, which would include claims against officers and directors under federal common law.
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 Calendar for 1820-1821
Although Miss Collier evidently recovered, appearing in November as Donna Beatrice in The Deuce Is In Her, she last appeared on 8 February 1821.
Davoust would climb a cord to the top of the house, walk with his feet against the proscenium, his head downwards, play with hoops to prove he was not wired, beat drums, eat and drink, and waltz with his head downwards.
Robert William Elliston, lessee of Drury Lane, attempted to lure Monsieur Chalons to Drury Lane for a masked ball on 18 June 1821.
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 John Quincy Adams on U.S. Foreign Policy (1821)
And now, friends and countrymen, if the wise and learned philosophers of the elder world, the first observers of nutation and aberration, the discoverers of maddening ether and invisible planets, the inventors of Congreve rockets and Shrapnel shells, should find their hearts disposed to enquire what has America done for the benefit of mankind?
This has been her Declaration: this has been, as far as her necessary intercourse with the rest of mankind would permit, her practice.
When John Quincy Adams served as U. Secretary of State, he delivered this speech to the U.S. House of Representatives on July 4, 1821, in celebration of American Independence Day.
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 Infoplease Search: 1821
State of the Union Address - James Monroe (December 3, 1821)
21,228), Schenectady co., E N.Y.; settled c.1670, inc. 1821.
A professor at the Univ. of Berlin from 1821 to...
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 1821 Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Engraving of King George IV and Queen Caroline by Lewis Marks, from the collections of William H. Helfand and Jack Gumpert Wasserman.
George IV and the Trial of Queen Caroline for Adulterous Intercourse: An Exhibition from the Collections of William H. Helfand and Jack Gumpert Wasserman, January 22 - March 21, 1997.
The crpe hat is trimmed with braided satin and banded with satin folds.
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 Obit: Moore, Joseph G. (1821? — 1894)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Moore was one of the old settlers of this section, having come here about the year 1878.
He was born in the state of Vermont, but the date of birth we surmise to have been in the year 1821, from the fact that he told the writer a few weeks ago that he was 72 years old and in his 73rd year.
As to his family relations we know nothing except that he leaves one son, Obed, who lives in the town of Hull.
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 Search Results for "1821"
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Spurred on by nationalism but with a sharp division between the moderates and the democrats, the Carbonari engineered a military...
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 KSLinks Index Page
Kansas was part of the Louisiana Purchase when it became annexed to the United States in 1803.
It was included in the Missouri Territory until 1821.
For 33 years it was known as an unorganized territory, inhabited mainly by Indians.
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 RFC 1821 (rfc1821) - Integration of Real-time Services in an IP-ATM Networ   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
RFC 1821 (rfc1821) - Integration of Real-time Services in an IP-ATM Networ
RFC 1821 - Integration of Real-time Services in an IP-ATM Network Architecture
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 Year 1821
In 1821 when the ship was surveyed (by/for Lloyds), it was
[departed] 10 June 1821 [via] Rio [de Janeiro]
(Source: M.L., Newspaper entry, 10 Nov 1821, 1, col3)
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 A Sketch of the Life of Brig. Gen. Francis Marion (1821) by: Digital Antiquaria :: PayLoadz.com Store
This is the 1821 biography of "The Swamp Fox" which did much to correct the factual shortcomings of Parson Weems' 1809 biography.
This fine eBook is colorfully presented in portrait orientation, footnoted on the pages where they are referenced, fully searchable and fully printable.
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 John Taylor: Tyranny Unmasked (1821)
Good maxims are often worshiped with pretended devotion, and clothed with the splendours of eloquence, when their subversion is meditated; like white heifers whose horns were tipped with gold, and adorned with ribbons, preparatory to their being sacrificed.
The report of the Committee of Manufactures dated the 15th day of January, 1821, commences with the usual zeal which precedes innovation, and with the common eulogy of principles intended to be violated.
It is like a road smoothly paved at the beginning, but terminating in rocks and precipices.
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 Survey Equipment Trimble 52030, 46607, 38403, 29518 & Moli 1821, & E Extended Battery   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
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 Greek revolution of 1821
Constantinopolitan (Romaios) Alexandros Ypsilantes enters Iasio-Moldavia, 22 Feb 1821, and starts Greek War of Independence
12 May, Kolokotronis, Anagnostaras and Plapoutas destroy turkish army in Valtetsi, and on 18 May 1821 Nikitaras fights turks in Doliana near Tripolis
23 Sept 1821, Hellenes (Romioi) conquer Tripolis, capital of Peloponessus, 32000 of turkish population are massacred
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 The Inquirer and Mirror -- Nantucket's Newspaper Since 1821
The Inquirer and Mirror -- Nantucket's Newspaper Since 1821
Ry Murphy takes a shot against Falmouth in a 7–3 loss Sunday in a game marred by a fight in the final minute.
Full slate of action for traveling soccer teams.
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