The Stolen Generations.

The Stolen Generations Judy Beddoni 23rd May 2011 Table of Contents Introduction 4 Colonisation 5 Protection and Segregation 5 The Aborigines Protection Act (1909) 6 Forced removal 7 Cootamundra Girls Home 9 Native Welfare Conference in 1937 10 Assimilation 10 Governments Lack of Understanding 11 Bringing Them Home report 13 Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission Report – April 1997 13 Continued Impact 14 National Apology 15 Sorry Day 15 Sorry to the Stolen Generation 16 The Sorry Speech 16 Compensation 17 Acts of Genocide 18 Conclusion 20 Referencing 21 Table of Figures Figure 1: Aboriginals on a Reserve 5 Figure 2: Aboriginal girls at home (photo 1936) Figure 3: Aboriginal girls living in civilised conditions 6 Figure 4: Forced Removal of children 8 Figure 5: Advertising little girls 8 Figure 6: Statistics why Aboriginal girls away (in %) taken 9 Figure 7: Stolen girls 9 Figure 8: Map of reserves and Homes 10 Figure 9: Stolen boys 12 Figure 10: Bringing them Home Report 13 Figure 11: victim of stolen generation 14 Figure 12:: John Howard 15 Figure 13:The Sorry Day poster 15 Figure 14: Kevin Rudd 16 Figure 15: Sorry Speech 16 Figure 16: Grim Government 18 The Stolen Generations The Stolen Generations...

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The Early Morning Sun Warmed Elizabeth Bennet’s Face As The Carriage Made Its Way Down The Well Maintained Road Toward Pemberly.

The early morning sun warmed Elizabeth Bennet’s face as the carriage made its way down the well maintained road toward Pemberly. Elizabeth was struggling with emotions of excitement and anxiety over being so near Mr. Darcy’s home. After reading his letter explaining his attitude toward George Wickham, Elizabeth had softened her former opinion of Mr. Darcy and actually admired his loyalty to his younger sister. Unfortunately, these thoughts were usually dispatched by further recollection of his behavior toward her own dearest sister Jane and Mr. Bingley. Oh, how could he have so callously misjudge Jane’s feelings toward Mr. Bingley. Elizabeth did admit that Jane was shy and very seldom demonstrated outward affection and he was acting in perceived defense of his friend’s feelings. How could Mr. Bingley allow himself to be such persuaded? No, this was not any excuse for Mr. Darcy’s interference in the matter. Furthermore, although he denied the allegation, Elizabeth still had a sickening feeling that her family’s want of connection was the original motivation for Dr. Darcy’s separation of the two lovers. Yet something deep in her emotional core smacked of regret that she was so quick to judge him during their initial encounters at Meryton. And she could not help but wonder if her pride had not been injured by his insult at the Meryton assembly, would she have so quickly targeted him for disapproval. Elizabeth was still lost in her vacillating thoughts of Mr. Darcy when her Aunt Gardiner gently laid a hand on her arm. “Look Lizzy, there it is! Pemberly! It is exquisite, is it not?” Elizabeth raised a hand to shield the obtrusive sun from her eyes and was instantly taken by the scene that unfolded before her. As the carriage jostled down the lane, Elizabeth could see the grand estate...

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Speech Synthesizing Sentient Query Analyser And Responder

SPEECH SYNTHESIZING SENTIENT QUERY ANALYSER AND RESPONDER A PROJECT REPORT Submitted by S.SANTHOSH KUMAR V.KARTHIKEYAN in partial fulfillment for the award of the degree of BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING IN COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING SHREE MOTILAL KANHAIYALAL FOMRA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, KELAMBAKKAM ANNA UNIVERSITY : CHENNAI 600 025 MAY 2011 ANNA UNIVERSITY : CHENNAI 600 025 BONAFIDE CERTIFICATE Certified that this project report “SPEECH SYNTHESIZING SENTIENT QUERY ANALYSER AND RESPONDER” is the bonafide work of “R.Rajarajan and S.Vikram Srinath” who carried out the project work under my supervision. SIGNATURE SIGNATURE MR.BHARATHI RAJA MR.VIJAI ANAND Head of the DepartmentSUPERVISOR Department of Computer Science, Department of Computer Science Shree Motilal kanhaiyalal fomra Shree Motilal kanhaiyalal fomra Institute of technology, Institute of technology, Kelambakkam-603103 kelambakkam-603103 INTERNAL EXAMINER EXTERNAL EXAMINER ACKNOWLEDGEMENT We would like to express my thanks to our honorable Correspondent Mr.ShreeKumar Fomra for the facilities and support given by him in the college. We would like to express our sincere thanks to benevolent Principal Dr.R.John Stephen, Ph.D., for his valuable guidance, able supervision, encouragement and enthusiasm throughout this project. We deeply indebted to Mr. S.BarathiRaja, M.E Head of the Department, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, for extending all facilities and directions to complete this Project. We profoundly express our gratitude and indebtedness to our guide Mr.VijaiAnand, M.E Lecturer, Department of Computer Science And Engineering, S M K fomra Institute of Technology, Chennai for his valuable guidance and encouragement throughout this project work We would like to thank all other staff members, our parents and all my friends for their valuable comments and encouraging remarks. ABSTRACT The main aim of this project is to develop a speech search engine which is capable of doing both text to speech and speech to text search analysis and responding based on the query given by user....

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Sources Of Variation3

August 2012 This month’s newsletter is the first in a multi-part series on using the ANOVA method for an ANOVA Gage R&R study. This method simply uses analysis of variance to analyze the results of a gage R&R study instead of the classical average and range method. The two methods do not generate the same results, but they will (in most cases) be similar. This newsletter focuses on part of the ANOVA table and how it is developed for the Gage R &R study. In particular it focuses on the sum of squares and degrees of freedom. Many people do not understand how the calculations work and the information that is contained in the sum of squares and the degrees of freedom. In the next few issues, we will put together the rest of the ANOVA table and complete the Gage R&R calculations. In this issue: Sources of Variation Example Data The ANOVA Table for Gage R&R The ANOVA Results Total Sum of Squares and Degrees of Freedom Operator Sum of Squares and Degrees of Freedom Parts Sum of Squares and Degrees of Freedom Equipment (Within) Sum of Squares and Degrees of Freedom Interaction Sum of Squares and Degrees of Freedom Summary Quick Links Any gage R&R study is a study of variation. This means you have to have variation in the results. On occasion, I get a phone call from a customer wondering why their Gage R&R study is not giving them any useful information. And, in looking at the results, I discover that each result is the same – for each part and for each operator. There is no variation. I am asked – Isn’t it good that there is no variation in the results? No, not in a gage R&R study. It means that the measurement process...

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Riwayat Penyakit Sekarang .

PENYAKIT KRONIK IDENTITAS PASIEN: Nama : Ws Umur : 69 tahun. Alamat : Suradita Agama : Islam Suku : Betawi Kebangsaan : WNI Jenis kelamin : perempuan Pekerjaan : ibu rumah tangga Status sosial : menikah Anamesis. Keluhan Utama : Luka lama pada jari kaki kanan yang tidak sembuh sejak 20 hari Keluhan tambahan : Badan terasa lemah, sering kesemutan, banyak minum, dan banyak kencing Riwayat penyakit sekarang : Pasien datang melalui poliklinik penyakit dengan keluhan terdapat luka pada jempol kaki kanan yang tidak sembuh dan kelamaan semakin membesar dan berwarna kemerahan. Pasien mengaku jari kaki tersebut sebelumnya tersandung kayu sejak 20 hari ini, luka tersebut tampak kering tidak mengeluarkan darah hanya tampak kemerahan dan terasa nyut–nyutan dan panas, pada luka tersebut terdapat nanah sejak 12 hari ini dan menjadi kehitaman, rasa nyeri pada luka berkurang bila luka dikompres dengan rivanol, dan rasa sakit semakin bertambah bila dibawa berjalan, pasien juga mengatakan jari kaki tersebut menjadi bengkak sejak 2 minggu ini, jari kaki tersebut terasa berat untuk digerakkan dan dibawa untuk aktivitas. Pasien juga mengeluh badannya terasa lemah sejak 1,5 bulan ini, rasa lemah muncul bila pasien banyak pikiran dan terlalu banyak aktivitas, rasa lemah berkurang bila dibawa istirahat. Pasien juga mengeluh sering kesemutan terutama pada kaki diwaktu malam sejak 2 minggu ini, kesemutan muncul tiba-tiba pada saat pasien tidur, kesemutan berkurang bila kaki dipijat. Pasien juga mengatakan  sering minum sejak 1 bulan ini, pasien mudah haus, rasa haus tidak terpengaruh oleh udara yang panas atau beban kerja yang berat, pasien juga mengatakan  banyak mengeluarkan air kencing sejak 1 bulan ini, banyaknya air seni yang keluar ± 2/3 gayung, warna air seni kuning muda dan jernih, urin tidak berbau, dan bila malam hari pasien mengaku kencing lebih dari 3 kali dan mengganggu tidurnya pasien. Pasien diketahui mengidap DM sejak 20 tahun yang lalu, terakhir minum obat 1...

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