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  BARGE 2007 - Information
A registration is to be considered an exclusive agreement between the registrant and the BARGE Organizers, and may not be assigned to another party without their prior agreement.
It is BARGE's policy not to accept comps in lieu of payment for such an event, nor to participate in the comp arrangement.
BARGE is being organized by Peter Secor, Chuck Weinstock, and Michael "mickdog" Patterson, with occasional advice and emergency help from Mike Zimmers, BARGE organizer, retired.
www.barge.org   (1179 words)

  Enron Corp. – News and history from the Nigerian barge trial | Chron.com - Houston Chronicle
Enron Corp. – News from the Nigerial barge trial involving former Enron and Merrill Lynch executives.
Enron barge jurors leave early to cast their votes Nov 2 2004 9:05PM
Barge jury ready to view Enron evidence Oct 29 2004 10:27PM
www.chron.com /news/specials/enron/barge.html   (892 words)

  Barge - LoveToKnow 1911
On tidal rivers barges are often provided with masts and sails ("sailing barges"), or in default of being towed, they drift with the current, guided by a long oar or oars ("dumb-barges").
Barges used for unloading, or loading, the cargo of ships in harbours are sometimes called "lighters" (from the verb "to light"= to relieve of a load).
The college barges at Oxford are houseboats moored in the river for the use of members of the college rowing clubs.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Barge   (190 words)

 New Jersey Scuba Diver - Artifacts & Shipwrecks - Barge
A crane barge is a deck barge with a crane mounted on it.
A car-float barge of the defunct Central Railroad of New Jersey.
A drydock barge being sunk on the Sea Girt Artificial Reef.
www.njscuba.net /artifacts/ship_barge.html   (748 words)

 CNN.com - Barge leaks oil in Long Island Sound - Feb. 14, 2003
The barge, which was being towed by a tug, gashed its hull shortly before 2 a.m.
Officials circled the barge and tug with 5,000 feet of floating boom by mid-afternoon, but some of the oil was being carried away by the current.
The barge was riding low in the water, but authorities said they did not believe it would sink.
cnn.com /2003/US/Northeast/02/14/oil.spill.ap/index.html   (347 words)

 Sulfuric Acid Barge
With the barge inverted, and a sulfuric acid specific gravity of 1.8, the cargo was thought to be exiting the barge through the cargo vents and sinking to the bottom of the 30-foot deep slip.
The barge is blanketed by a water fog as the crane sets a remotely-operated hydraulic drill in position to drill holes in the sideshell and relieve the explosive hydrogen gas pressure.
A decontamination station was established on the stern of the barge adjacent to the dive ladder.
www.tandtmarine.com /sulfuric_acid_barge.htm   (1973 words)

 Dr. J. Kevin Barge   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Schlueter, D.W., and Barge, J. Assessing the impact of gender-role socialization and issues of power and influence in the workplace.
Barge, J.K., and Schlueter, D.W. Leadership as organizing: A critique of leadership instruments.
Barge, J.K., Schlueter, D.W., and Pritchard, A.P. The effects of nonverbal communication and gender on impression formation in opening statements.
www.uga.edu /spc/People/barge.html   (2634 words)

 barge. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
Large flat-bottomed barges called lighters are used for transporting cargo to or from a vessel that cannot be berthed at a pier or dock; LASH (for lighter-aboard ship) vessels are equipped to receive and unload lighters on board and thus reduce the time spent in port.
Barge towing, done in the past by men or by horses or mules, is now accomplished mostly by steam or motor tugboat or by other, self-propelled barges.
In use since the dawn of history, barges were common on the Nile in ancient Egypt.
www.bartleby.com /65/ba/barge.html   (206 words)

 Barge and Privacy
To use barge with a built-in bridge, ensure the preceding items are enabled, Privacy is disabled, and the Barge softkey is assigned to each device.
CTI generates events for Barge when it is invoked manually from an IP phone by using the Barge or cBarge softkey.
To activate Barge with built-in conference bridge, add the Barge softkey to a softkey template, assign the softkey template to a device, set the Built-in Bridge Enable service parameter to On, and set the party entrance tone to True.
www.cisco.com /univercd/cc/td/doc/product/voice/c_callmg/5_0/sys_ad/5_0_2/ccmfeat/fsbarge.htm   (3056 words)

 pl barge base
Photograph of the Ross Island Spud Barge under the Portland Interstate 5 bridge, on the Columbia River.
The listing barge is being held up by the "spuds" (the post with yellow tips, which are used to stabilize the barge under normal working conditions).
The tipping of the barge resulted in the following being dumped into the Columbia River: forty-eight 55 gallon barrels with spent sandblast grit (steel grit with lead based paint chips), a 5,000 gallon capacity fuel tank with about 2,000 gallons of diesel fuel, and a variety of heavy equipment with associated fuel tanks.
www.ecy.wa.gov /programs/spills/incidents/portlandbarge/plbargebase.htm   (427 words)

 Angel.com - Learn about and build IVR and Call Center Solutions   (Site not responding. Last check: )
To Barge-In Or Not To Barge-In Barge-in -- the ability to interrupt a system prompt with voice or DTMF input -- is a very useful tool that the Voice User Interface (VUI) designer can tap into to effectively adapt to various exchange settings the system may need to navigate.
Usually, the barge-in should be turned on for such prompts, thus giving the caller the ability to speak or enter their selection as soon as they hear it.
In addition to the caller's level of expertise, the environment from which they are calling, and the content and nature of the prompts the system is playing, a fourth dimension the VUI designer must keep in mind is the conversational context - i.e., where in the structure of the application is the call.
www.angel.com /services/vui-design/barge-in.jsp   (1004 words)

 wesowizards.home: Barge Building   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The purpose of this event is to construct a barge using aluminum foil that can support the greatest number of cargo pieces before the barge sinks.
The last piece of cargo loaded that causes the barge to sink will be subtracted from the total before the final scoring calculation is made.
As an example, if the team predicts their barge will hold 70 pieces and it sinks when the 57th piece is loaded, their score will be (56 x 10) – (70-56) = 546 points.
www.aaps.k12.mi.us /wesowizards.home/wesowizards.events/barge_building   (438 words)

Barge-in, also called "allow interrupt" or "recognize during prompt," is the ability of the system to allow callers to interrupt or barge in during voice playback by speaking a vocabulary word.
Barge-in operates for speech much like the talkoff option does for touchtone input, where a caller can interrupt the prompt by pressing a touchtone key on the telephone keypad.
For an application using speech recognition with barge-in, callers who choose to talk over the prompt message can not barge-in until most of the digit string is spoken.
support.avaya.com /elmodocs2/ir/20531.htm   (588 words)

 NOLA.com's Printer-Friendly Page
WASHINGTON - A loose barge may have caused a large breach in the east side of the Industrial Canal floodwall that accelerated Hurricane Katrina's rising floodwaters in the Lower Ninth Ward and St. Bernard Parish, Army Corps of Engineers project manager Al Naomi said Monday.
Naomi said the barge was found on the land side of the floodwall, leading corps officials to believe it could have crashed through the wall and sent a huge amount of water - which was already pouring over the top of the wall - into the neighborhoods immediately downriver.
Naomi said that there were small pontoon barges in the 17th Street canal to the north of the Hammond Highway Bridge.
www.nola.com /weblogs/print.ssf?/mtlogs/nola_tporleans/archives/print077196.html   (978 words)

 BARGE 99 - Information
A registration is also to be considered an exclusive agreement between the registrant and BARGE, and may not be assigned to another party without the prior agreement of the BARGE Organizers.
It is BARGE's policy not to accept comps in lieu of payment for such an event, nor to participate in the comp arrangement.
BARGE has been organized for the last several years by Michael Zimmers and Chuck Weinstock.
www.conjelco.com /barge99   (1040 words)

 European Tour Planning: Bike and Barge Tours
Most barge cruises are for one week, but you may wish to take two different tours by just transferring to another one of the barges at your "home port".
While the barge remains in Alkmaar, there will be a bike trip through the woods and dunes to the villages of “Bergen” and “Schoorl” and to the “Hondsbosse Zeewering” (a sea wall in the only place where Holland is not protected from the North Sea by dunes.
The barge sails the river Nederrijn to the lock near the village of Heveadorp where the cyclists disembark for the start of their bike trip.
www.european-barge-tours.com /bike_barge.cfm   (7117 words)

 Barge Derrick
Despite being larger, the new barge is easier to tow, because of large scags (rudder-like fixtures) on the bottom of the barge.
The 100-ton floated crane is mounted on a rigid, welded steel barge having a length overall (LOA) of 140 feet, a beam of 70 feet, and a depth of 12 feet 6 inches.
A portion of the floating crane barge is used as the crew's quarters.
www.globalsecurity.org /military/systems/ship/bd.htm   (1580 words)

 The Barge Company 2008 - Luxury Barge Vacations
Through years of first hand barging experience we have amassed a huge amount of expert knowledge of the hotel-barges that cruise all over Europe, which is personally shared with you when you book with us.
This is usually in the barge’s luxury air-conditioned minibus which is exclusively for your group and which follows you as you cruise your itinerary.
We are your personal ‘inside’ barge contact and will be delighted to hear from you either by phone, fax or e-mail, to discuss your barging ideas and answer any questions you may have before making your final booking decision.
www.bargecompany.com   (745 words)

 Welcome to Rec.Gambling.*!
BARGE 2 had more attendees, about 20 in all, and included meetings at the Frontier, GBC, and a live poker tournament held in a hotel room.
Special chips were created to commemorate BARGE 3, and were sold through rec.gambling to raise a prize fund (including a set of 300 chips as a trophy) for the winner of the tournament.
BARGE 4 had about 90 attendees, of which 60 paid entry fees in advance for the live poker tournament at the Luxor.
www.conjelco.com /faq/welcome.html   (2799 words)

 U.S. Barge
U.S. Barge LLC is an innovative barge manufacturer based in the Pacific Northwest.
From ocean-going to inland barges, we use advanced technology and specialized manufacturing to meet our customer’s needs.
Our oversize facility gives us the capability to fabricate and deliver any type of barge that our customers desire.
www.usbarge.com   (156 words)

 Star Wars: Databank | sail barge
Jabba armed his barge with a large turret-mounted laser cannon, and with portable blaster cannons lining the upper deck rails.
The last voyage of Jabba's sail barge was a trip into the Dune Sea, for the ill-fated execution of Luke Skywalker and his friends.
Freed from her bonds, Leia then used the barge's laser cannon to fire into the lower decks, unleashing a chain reaction of explosions that consumed the pleasure craft.
www.starwars.com /databank/vehicle/sailbarge   (188 words)

 BARGE History Page   (Site not responding. Last check: )
BARGE was started in 1991 when a group of people that posted to rec.gambling decided to meet in Las Vegas during SIG GRAPH (a conference on computer graphics).
Originally BARGE consisted of an impromptu Black Jack tournament held in one of the participants comped suite.
In 2001 an ad hoc unofficial committee formed to produce chips for the 2001 BARGE (and a set to stand in for the ones John didn't do).
www.barge.org /history   (343 words)

 Physics: Floating a barge
The buoyancy force on he barge will be equal to the weight of the water displaced by the barge.
Since the mass of water is 1000 kg per cubic meter this barge will have to displace at least 15 cubic meters of water.
Another factor is to consider the material from which the barge is to be made because the weight of the construction material must also be included.
en.allexperts.com /q/Physics-1358/Floating-barge.htm   (389 words)

 USATODAY.com - Barge a contentious symbol of Hurricane Katrina   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Ingram Barge Company, the barge owner, knows how to remove it, but because of several lawsuits, the Nashville company has been waiting for clearance from a federal court.
Ingram's barge was one of thousands of vessels that broke loose during the Aug. 29 storm.
But for now, the barge remains in its surreal tableau, stirring up sadness, amazement and anger in those who come to see it.
www.usatoday.com /news/nation/2006-02-17-barge-katrina_x.htm   (662 words)

 Canal Cruise: Hotel-Barge Emma, Cruising in the South of France
"Emma" is a lovingly restored barge of 28 metres in length (92 feet) and 4.6 metres wide (15 feet) -- a Klipper Aak of Belgian origin.
A barge cruise is a step back from the pressure of the 21st century to a much slower pace, while enjoying all the creature comforts of modern day living.
Your barge experience will remain unmatched and you will fall in love with this boat and its hosts.Liz and Rene have perfected the pampering that is commmonly associated with France and the luxury barge experience.
www.bargesinfrance.com /emma.htm   (3004 words)

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