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  BC V-213
BC V-213 test facility is a large-scale integral facility modeling the bubble condenser accident localization system and hermetic compartments of NPP with VVER-440/V-213 reactor.
The BC model is a full-scale fragment of NPP bubble condenser containing 18 full-size "gap-cap" elements positioned in two rows, nine elements in each row.
For visualization of water swelling process in BC trays and operation of check and relief valves, video recording is used with the following computer processing of the picture.
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  Roman Timeline of the 3rd Century BC
254 BC Birth of the Roman comedy playwright Plautus, in the town of Sarsina, Umbria, in Italy.
239 BC Birth of the writer Quintus Ennius, born at the town of Rudiae in Calabria.
212 BC The introduction of a new coinage to Rome, the denarius.
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 Optics 1
BC) the Rabelaisan writer of early Greek comedy, lived during the turbulent period of the Peloponnesian War.
He made the first attempt to explain perception and color; his theory was that sensation was caused by the size and shape of atoms, and that color was due to such properties as the roughness of the constituent atoms.
BC), the outstanding mathematician and inventor of the ancient world, was born and spent most of his life in Syracuse, the great city/state of Sicily.
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 Burning of Books: 213 BC
213 BC In 213 BC, all Confucian books were burned save one copy of each which was kept in the Chinese State Library.
Destroying literature and persecuting Confucians was an extension of the original plans to consolidate the Qin dynasty composed by Shi Huang (246-210 BC).
The ban on books was lifted in 191 BC, after the Qin were overthrown by the Han Dynasty.
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 CHINESE PHILOSOPHY,
When their power eclipsed that of Chou, feudal bonds were broken, and widespread interstate warfare broke out in the 5th century bc, developing into political anarchy in the 4th and 3d centuries.
Basing their ideas on Hsün-tzu’s teachings that human nature was incorrigibly evil and that strict controls were needed to regulate human conduct, the legalists developed a political philosophy that emphasized strict laws and harsh punishments in the control of every aspect of human society.
Although Han Confucianism was supported by the government from 136 bc and subsequently became the required learning for government service, its excessive superstitiousness produced a rationalistic opposition during the first several centuries ad, and the school divided over questions of the authenticity of classical texts.
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 Aratus of Sicyon Summary
Aratus (271-213 BC) was a Greek statesman and general of distinction whose main goal in life was the destruction of tyrants in the Peloponnesus.
In 251 B.C., as leader of an exile assault force, he scaled the walls of Sicyon unobserved one night, captured the guardroom, and at dawn harangued the Sicyonians into overthrowing their dictator.
Aratus (271 BC - 213 BC) was a tyrant of the ancient Greek city-state of Sicyon in the 3rd century BC.
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 BC SPCA Sunshine Coast Branch -- Index/Featured Pet
The BC SPCA and other animal welfare groups across Canada are calling on supporters to help stop the passage of Bill S-213, an animal cruelty bill currently being considered by the federal government.
For information on how you can support the BC SPCA's Biscuit Fund for homeless and wild animals in need of urgent medical care please click here.
We are a branch of the BC SPCA (British Columbia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals).
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 BC business directory of businesses companies searvices, business listing of British Columbia Canada
BC business directory of businesses companies searvices, business listing of British Columbia Canada
Joining mailing list will entitle you to receive occasional emails informing you of news and updates to the site and any special offers that may be of interest to you.
Searching businesses, companies, services in British Columbia Canada at BC Business Directory is easy and fast - click through any of the categories below, or use the search box to find the business listings in this free online directory.
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 The Burning of the Books (213 BC)
An infamous episode in 213 BC in which the Chinese emperor Qin Shihuangdi ordered collected and burned all the records of the non-Qin states, copies of the Shi and Shu (Confucian classics of poetry and history), as well as the works of the philosophers.
Exempted were copies of these texts held by official scholars and works on medicine and other practical subjects.
Although neither unprecedented nor the last of its kind, the Burning of the Books achieved a unique reputation because the pre-Qin centuries produced the philosophical writings and texts that were later valued as central to Chinese culture, and because of the contrast with succeeding dynasties, which generally accepted responsibility for maintaining literary records.
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 Analysis Statistics
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 Syracuse
Syracuse was founded in 734 or 733 BC by Greek settlers from Corinth, led by the oecist Archias, who called it Sirako, refering to a nearby swamp.
Not long after, in the early 4th century BC, the tyrant Dionysius the Elder was against at war against Carthage]] and, although losing Gela and Camarina, kept that power from capturing the whole of Sicily.
A treaty in 392 BC allowed Syracuse to enlarge further its possessions, founding the cities of Adrano, Ancona, Adria, Tindari and Tauromenos, and conquering Reggio Calabria on the continent.
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  Optics 1
BC) the Rabelaisan writer of early Greek comedy, lived during the turbulent period of the Peloponnesian War.
He made the first attempt to explain perception and color; his theory was that sensation was caused by the size and shape of atoms, and that color was due to such properties as the roughness of the constituent atoms.
BC), the outstanding mathematician and inventor of the ancient world, was born and spent most of his life in Syracuse, the great city/state of Sicily.
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 Lords of the Earth   (Site not responding. Last check: )
This led to a daughter in 214 BC, a son in 213 BC and another son in 211 BC.
This led to a son in 214 BC and the unfortunate death of his wife in a bad pregnancy in 213 BC.
One son was born in 215 BC and the second son was born in 213 BC.
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 Chinese Philosophy - MSN Encarta
The best known of these principles were yin and yang, which represented the interacting dualities of nature, such as female and male, shadow and light, and winter and summer.
Qin rule was characterized by strict laws, harsh punishment, rigid thought control (for example, the burning of all non-Legalist books in 213 bc), government control of the economy, and enormous public works projects, such as an early version of the Great Wall, accomplished with forced labor and at great cost in human life.
In 206 bc a rebel leader of plebeian origin proclaimed the Han dynasty.
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 disc sect 8
In 371 BC Thebes defeated the Spartan army in a pivotal battle at Leuctra, a polis in Boiotia.
In 369 BC Epaminondas, the Theban general, led an expedition into the Peloponnese and liberated Messenia from Sparta.
(200-118 BC): born in Megalopolis, a polis in Arcadia, a region in the center of the Peloponnesus.
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 Department of Community Health
Prerequisites: BC 213 and BC 212 or equivalent.
Prerequisite: Intermediate-level courses in biostatistics: BC 213, 216 or equivalent.
BC 257 presents a survey of fundamental ideas and methods, including sufficiency, likelihood based inference, hypothesis testing, asymptotic theory, and Bayesian inference.
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 The Qin Dynasty On-line Source Book
c.261 BC Lu Buwei, a merchant from Zhao, befriends Prince Zichu, future king of Qin and father of the First Emperor, while the latter was a hostage in Han Dan, capital of the state of Zhao.
257 BC The Qin army is forced to raise the seige of Handan, capital of the state of Zhao in the Hebei region.
249 BC The petty realm of Eastern Zhou in the Henan region is annexed, marking the end of the Zhou Dynasty.
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 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Achaean
In the 4th century BC an alliance was forged which was dissolved in 338 BC.
It was refounded in 280 BC, under the leadership of Aratus of...
A leader in the Achaean Confederation, Polybius was deported as an honoured hostage to Rome in 168 bc.
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 Archimedes' Times   (Site not responding. Last check: )
At the beginning of the third century BC, the Mediterranean basin was controlled by the Carthaginians in the west and the Greeks in the east.
Hiernoymos was assassinated in 214 BC, leading to civil war in Syracuse between the pro-Carthaginian and pro-Roman factions.
Archimedes played an important role in the defense of Syracuse against the siege laid by the Romans in 213 BC by constructing war machines so effective that they long delayed the capture of the city.
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 BC's Smith quickly stands out - The Boston Globe
But Smith, a running back, was directly responsible for all 24 points BC scored in regulation with his fine work on kick returns.
After he bobbled his first touch and was smothered at the BC 8 on a 4-yard return, Smith rebounded.
O'Brien hinted one way BC might adjust its offense would be to get the ball in Smith's hands more often.
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 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Antigonus
In the new partition of the empire in 312 BC he received Babylonia.
213 BC, Greek statesman and general of Sicyon, prime mover and principal leader of the Second Achaean League.
In his determined effort to restore the prestige of the city, he began (227 BC) a war against the Achaean League and was successful in many...
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 Emperor Qin Shihuang   (Site not responding. Last check: )
It is around this time that the emperor, spurred by distrust and paranoia, began to take repeated doses of mercury in an attempt to extend his life (it was believed at the time that mercury increased longevity).
By 213 BC, his prime minister, Li Su expanded the totalitarian state by burning entire libraries of bamboo scrolls in an attempt to control free thought.
In the seventh month of 210 BC, at the age of 50, the first emperor of China died.
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 Achaean League - Free net encyclopedia
The Achaean League was a confederation of Greek city states in Achaea, a territory on the northern coast of the Peloponnese.
The Achaean League reformed early in the 3rd century BC, and soon expanded beyond its Achaean heartland.
During the Third Macedonian War (171-168 BC, the League flirted with the idea of an alliance with Perseus, and the Romans punished it by taking several hostages to insure good behavior, including the historian Polybius.
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 History of Ancient Sikyon/Sicyon
Aeschines, the successor of Kleisthenes, was expelled by the Lacedemonians in 556 BC and Sikyon joined the Peloponnesian league remaining loyal ally of Sparta for the next one hundred and fifty years.
In 303 BC, Demetrios Poliorketes razed the ancient city in the plain and built a new one on the ruins of the old Acropolis, which lied on a high triangular plateau, 4km inland.
Aratos was murdered at 213 BC, by king Phillip of Macedonia.
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 Numidians (DBA 53) and Moors (DBA 65)
This lasted until 111 BC when peace was made, however while visiting Rome to explain his actions Jugurtha had a rival murdered and this caused the war to resume.
At the death of King Bocchis in 33 BC Mauretania was bequeathed to Rome.
After 213 BC there was usually less cavalry than infantry so I would suggest being allowed to replace up to two Light Horse elements with Psiloi after that date if the player wishes.
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 I Ching - divination
This then inspired Lau-Tzu (604 BC - 531 BC) who used it for writing of "Tau Teh Ching" which is the central text of Taoism.
Confucius (C.551 BC - 479 BC) was also inspired in his life and added 10 commentaries which are known as the "Ten Wings" appendices.
In 213 BC Emperor Chin had numerous books burnt amongst them were the Confucian commentaries to the I-Ching although some copies survived.
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 Ancient Roman Coins in History Page 2
Brutus was born in 85 BC and on the death of his father was adopted by his uncle.
After the battle at Pharsalus, Brutus was pardoned by Caesar becoming governor of Cisalpine Gaul in 46 BC, holder of the high office of praetor of the city in 44 BC, and receiving a promise by Caesar to hold the governorship of Macedonia.
This denarius struck in 31 BC alludes to the historic Battle of Actium.
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 History of Computing Pre Historic Era 469bc - 1300ad
409 BC Diophante introduced the equal sign and was the first to use a form of symbolic language of algebra.
213 BC Chi-Hwang-ti orders all books in China to be burned and scholars to be put to death.
It begins at the year 3761 B.C., which was historically believed by Jews to be the year of the creation of the world.
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 Antiochus III the Great Summary
The campaigns of 219 BC and 218 BC carried the Seleucid armies almost to the confines of Ptolemaic Egypt, but in 217 BC Ptolemy IV confronted Antiochus at the battle of Raphia and inflicted a defeat upon him which nullified all Antiochus's successes and compelled him to withdraw north of the Lebanon.
In 216 BC Antiochus went north to deal with Achaeus, and had by 214 BC driven him from the field into Sardis.
But that recovery proved brief, for in 198 BC Antiochus defeated Scopas at the Battle of Panium, near the sources of the Jordan, a battle which marks the end of Ptolemaic rule in Judea.
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 ncaafootball.com - BC upends No. 18 Clemson in 2 OT
Jeff Smith returned a kickoff 96 yards for a touchdown and also had three other long runbacks for BC; his 213 return yards was one shy of the school record.
Ryan brought BC into Clemson territory and hit Kevin Challenger at the 14 yard-line, but Michael Hamlin took the ball away from him for what the officials called an interception.
BC fell behind 10-0 early but had a chance to take the lead midway through the second quarter when Andre Callender broke free for 15 yards to the Clemson 2 yard-line.
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 Second Punic War, 218-201 BC
The key event of his time in charge was that in c.226 BC he signed a treaty with Rome agreeing not to interfere north of the River Ebro.
Marcellus, by now proconsul, decided to move to attack, and in the spring of 213 BC made an attempt to capture the city by storm, marking the start of the Siege of Syracuse, one of the great sieges of the ancient world.
In 211 BC a new Carthaginian commander, with a slightly reinforced army, led resistance from Agrigentum.
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