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In the News (Tue 26 Mar 19)

Dix required a supervised living situation and close monitoring of his psychiatric symptoms and medication compliance, and despite his mother’s pleas that he be discharged to a supervised setting, he was repeatedly discharged to live in an apartment with periodic therapy and medication management from a clinic—an arrangement that never successfully kept Mr.
Dix’s mother in which she related her son’s extensive history of psychiatric treatment, his pattern of non-compliance with medication as soon as he is discharged, and her request for a supportive living arrangement for him— to break the cycle of repeated admissions.
Dix was brought to Brookdale University Hospital by EMS for punching a female on a subway.
www.cqc.state.ny.us /publications/dix.htm   (9939 words)

 Otto Dix
Otto Dix, the son of Franz Dix (1862-1942) and Louise Amann (1864-1953)
On the outbreak of the First World War in 1914 Dix volunteered for the German Army and was assigned to a field artillery regiment in Dresden.
In the autumn of 1915 Dix was sent to the Western Front where he served as a non-commissioned officer with a machine-gun unit.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /ARTdix.htm   (1271 words)

 Welcome to DIX   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The DIX is a facility operated by UNI•C at our Network Operations Centre in Lyngby just north of Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark.
The DIX was established in May 1994 and has most of the Danish Internet providers connected.
Impotant information regarding DIX and poweroutages can be also be found in the FAQ.
www.dix.dk   (92 words)

 The four who made the name Dix famous
Dorothea Lynn Dix, born in Hampden, Maine, in1802, was a contemporary of MG Dix.
SSG Dix, with a patrol of Vietnamese soldiers, was recalled to assist in the defense of Chau Phu.
Learning that a nurse was trapped in a house near the center of the city, SSG Dix organized a relief force, successfully rescued the nurse and returned her to the safety of the Tactical Operations Center.
www.dix.army.mil /history/thenamedix.htm   (1049 words)

 Dorothea Dix
Dorothea Lynde Dix (April 4, 1802-July 18, 1887), in her early career a teacher and author of children's books, was, in her unique and international role as an advocate for improvements in the treatment of patients suffering from mental and emotional disorders, the most visible humanitarian reformer of the 19th century.
Dix's work as a teacher was interrupted from time to time by a recurring and severe upper respiratory ailment, aggravated by a work schedule that afforded too little sleep.
Dix was soon visiting jails and almshouses all over Massachusetts to conduct one of the earliest social research projects in the United States.
www.uua.org /uuhs/duub/articles/dorotheadix.html   (2144 words)

 injusticebusters 1999 > > >Jason Dix: Lawsuit for accountability from framers
Dix had a criminal mind because he had participated in scenarios he knew to be crimes.
Dix told police 200 times he chose not to speak on advice of his lawyer, but the interrogation continued, involving several lies that the judge found objectionable.
Dix denied Shaw's allegation that it didn't concern him to be involved with a criminal organization which in reality was a bunch of undercover cops using an elaborate operation to try to get Dix to confess to a double murder.
injusticebusters.com /index.htm/Dix.htm   (2192 words)

 Dorothea Dix Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
A week after the attack on Fort Sumter, Dix, at age 59, volunteered her services to the Union and received the appointment in June 1861 placing her in charge of all women nurses working in army hospitals.
Called "Dragon Dix" by some, the superintendent was stern and brusque, clashing frequently with the military bureaucracy and occasionally ignoring administrative details.
Dix looked after the welfare of both the nurses, who labored in an often brutal environment, and the soldiers to whom they ministered, obtaining medical supplies from private sources when they were not forthcoming from the government.
www.civilwarhome.com /dixbio.htm   (296 words)

 DIX Metals Services - Blanchard Grinding
DIX Metals is capable of consistently achieving flat and parallel tolerances to.001 and finishes to 16Ra.
DIX Metals provides anything from precision sawing of aluminum plate up to 12 inches thick to cut-off services of aluminum extrusions, bar, and round stock up to 6 inches in diameter.
DIX Metals is capable of cutting aluminum circles and rings up to 6 inches thick and 60 inches in diameter.
www.dixmetals.com /Services/list.html   (789 words)

 Biography of Dorothea Lynde Dix
Dix took the matter to court and fought serious battles, some of which she won.
Although Dix was not formally trained as a nurse, her tenacity and exceptional organizational skills impressed the secretary of war, Simon Cameron, who appointed her as the superintendent of Union Army Nurses.
Dorothea Lynde Dix died in 1887 at the age of 85 and was buried in Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
www.nursingadvocacy.org /press/pioneers/dix.html   (901 words)

 Dorothea Dix Biography
Dorothea Lynde Dix, daughter of Mary and Joseph Dix, was born in the tiny village of Hampden, Maine, on April 4, 1802.
From the time she was old enough to hold a needle, Dorothea had to sit all day pushing a difficult needle through heavy folded paper stitching religious tracts for her father to sell.
Dix, well along in years at the time, was stern and demanding.
www.dhhs.state.nc.us /mhddsas/DIX/dorothea.html   (1422 words)

 Otto Dix Online
The Orangerie and the Otto Dix House, Gera, Germany
Otto Dix in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art Database
All images and text on this Otto Dix page are copyright 2007 by John Malyon/Artcyclopedia, unless otherwise noted.
www.artcyclopedia.com /artists/dix_otto.html   (532 words)

 Dix, Illinois IL, township profile (Ford County) - hotels, festivals, genealogy, newspapers - ePodunk
Dix is a township in Ford County, in the Champaign-Urbana metro area.
At the time of the 2000 census, the per capita income in Dix was $18,693, compared with $21,587 nationally.
Median rent in Dix, at the time of the 2000 Census, was $289.
www.epodunk.com /cgi-bin/genInfo.php?locIndex=263061   (462 words)

 Dix, Illinois IL, village profile (Jefferson County) - hotels, festivals, genealogy, newspapers - ePodunk
Dix is a village in Jefferson County, in the Mount Vernon metro area.
At the time of the 2000 census, the per capita income in Dix was $12,463, compared with $21,587 nationally.
Median rent in Dix, at the time of the 2000 Census, was $144.
www.epodunk.com /cgi-bin/genInfo.php?locIndex=263635   (463 words)

 Boat plans, yacht designs & boat kits from Dudley Dix Yacht Design & Boat Plans
We have boat plans for all sizes, from the 8ft Dixi Dinghy stitch and glue yacht tender to the Hout Bay 70 cruiser, of wood, plywood, fibreglass composite, steel and aluminum, of traditional to very modern styling, monohull or multihull, powerboat or sailboat and in round bilge, multi-chine or radius chine hull forms.
Our boat designs are for diverse uses, including sailing dinghies, cruisers, racers, cargo carriers, and boats for fishing, excursions and charters, all by Westlawn graduate, Dudley Dix.
Look at the Echo 38 and Dix 61 for opposite concepts which we have designed.
www.dixdesign.com   (467 words)

 Dix, Nebraska
The town was to have been called "Dixon" but, since the post office already had a town by that name in Nebraska, they left oft the last syllable, making it simply "Dix".
Dix was considered for county seat in 1889, but lost to Kimball, located near the middle of the new county, during a time of great expansion and settlement in the county.
In 1987 Dix school district merged with the Potter district, which was determined by the majority of patrons voting for that option.
www.ci.kimball.ne.us /dix.htm   (558 words)

 newsobserver.com | A New Direction for Dix
The Dorothea Dix hospital campus is not a park yet.
Built on a grassy hill overlooking downtown Raleigh in 1856, the Dorothea Dix state hospital was one of the first major psychiatric institutions in the country.
Wake County Briefs: A committee studying the future of the Dorothea Dix hospital campus will meet Thursday to consider hiring a consultant to study the 315-acre property near downtown Raleigh when the hospital closes in 2008.
www.newsobserver.com /politics/dix   (1717 words)

 Dix Hills, New York Garden and Plant Nurseries
For more nurseries in the Dix Hills area of New York, choose a city from the list on the right.
Dix Hills Landscaping Gardening Nurseries Discount Nursery Plants Plant Nursery Supplies Tree NurseryOrganic Gardening Garden Decor
Dix Hills, NY 3 miles from center of Dix Hills.
www.gardenguides.com /resources/nurseries/nurseries-city.asp?dest=Dix+Hills+NY   (543 words)

 Innovation Online: Bringing Dix Back to Raleigh
The Urban Land Institute, a Washington, D.C.-based land use think tank, left town last Friday after making a recommendation that the Dorothea Dix Mental hospital be sold for $40 million to make way for a mixed land use project.
ULI recommended creating the Dix Park Conservancy to raise $10 million through private donors and the Dix Campus Development Corporation to issue $30 million in long-term debt.
The Dorothea Dix Hospital Property Study Commission would then have to bring the proposal to the state legislature for final approval during next session.
www.ncsu.edu /iei/io/2006/10/bringing_dix_back_to_raleigh.html   (265 words)

 Welcome to Fort Dix
Dozens of prospective tenants toured a United Communities model home Aug. 15, getting a preview of family housing on Fort Dix and McGuire Air Force Base under housing privatization.
The model home -- designed to house senior non-commissioned officers and their families -- reflects modern home design popular today, including oak cupboards, granite countertops, plush carpets, an attached garage and lots of storage.
United Communities began work to build, upgrade and rehabilitate housing units on Fort Dix and McGuire Air Force Base in May 2007.
www.dix.army.mil   (244 words)

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