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Day 238 September 13 2011 - History

9:30AM THE PRESIDENT and THE VICE PRESIDENT receive the Presidential Daily BriefingOval Office10:00AM THE PRESIDENT meets with senior advisorsOval Office11:00AM THE PRESIDENT and THE VICE PRESIDENT meet with Secretary of State ClintonOval Office11:45AM THE PRESIDENT departs the White House en route Joint Base AndrewsSouth Lawn12:00PM THE PRESIDENT departs Joint Base Andrews en route Columbus, Ohio1:15PM THE PRESIDENT arrives Columbus, OhioRickenbacker International Airport1:45PM THE PRESIDENT tours a newly modernized graphic design classroomFort Hayes Arts and Academic High School, Columbus, Ohio2:15PM THE PRESIDENT delivers remarks at Fort Hayes Arts and Academic High SchoolFort Hayes Arts and Academic High School, Columbus, Ohio3:05PM THE PRESIDENT departs Columbus, Ohio en route Joint Base AndrewsRickenbacker International Airport4:15PM THE PRESIDENT arrives Joint Base AndrewsOut-of-Town Travel Pool Coverage4:30PM THE PRESIDENT arrives the White HouseSouth Lawn4:30PM THE PRESIDENT and THE VICE PRESIDENT meet with Secretary of Defense PanettaOval Office
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(July 19th Russian calendar)Presented by the German Ambassador to St. PetersburgThe Imperial German Government have used every effort since the beginning of the crisis to bringabout a peaceful settlement. In compliance with a wish expressed to him by His Majesty theEmperor of Russia, the German Emperor had undertaken, in concert with Great Britain, the part ofmediator between the Cabinets of Vienna and St.
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Overview of Misdemeanors and Why It Can Be a Big Deal

A misdemeanor is a "lesser" crime in the United States with less severe penalties than felonies, but more severe punishments than infractions. Generally, misdemeanors are crimes for which the maximum sentence is 12 months or less. Many states have laws that establish different levels or classifications for misdemeanors, such as Class 1, Class 2, etc.
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Cell Biology

What Is Cell Biology? Cell biology is the subdiscipline of biology that studies the basic unit of life, the cell. It deals with all aspects of the cell including cell anatomy, cell division (mitosis and meiosis), and cell processes including cell respiration, and cell death. Cell biology does not stand alone as a discipline but is closely related to other areas of biology such as genetics, molecular biology, and biochemistry.
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The Function of the Prefix

In English grammar and morphology, a prefix is a letter or group of letters attached to the beginning of a word that partly indicates its meaning, including examples such as "anti-" to mean against, "co-" to mean with, "mis-" to mean wrong or bad, and "trans-" to mean across. The most common prefixes in English are those that express negation, like "a-" in the word asexual, "in-" in the word incapable, and "un-" in the word unhappy -these negations immediately alter the meaning of the words the are added to, but some prefixes merely change the form.
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Curtiss NC-4 in flight, 1920s

Curtiss NC-4 in flight, 1920s Here we see the Curtiss NC-4 in flight at some point in the 1920s, after it became the first aircraft to fly across the Atlantic in May 1919.
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