C. Risks classified as Medium on both scales. They may be likely to arise, or to have serious consequences, but not necessarily both, given the controls. These risks require planning and management attention to improve the controls. D. Risks classified as Medium on the inherent scale, but only Low on the agreed scale after taking controls into account. Management attention should be focused on monitoring the controls and improving them where appropriate. E. These risks are Low on both scales. They can usually be managed using routine procedures.
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To change the default unit of measure, follow these steps: 1. Choose Edit Web Settings to open the Web Settings database, and then choose the CSS tab. 2. At the left side of the Web Settings window, choose your preferred unit of measure from the Default Unit menu. (You can see this setting in Figure 17-25.)
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This appendix contains a glossary of useful database terms. You may nd them handy when you read other books and articles about databases. You may also want to look for database and related glossaries online and in print. For example, The DAMA Dictionary of Data Management (Mark Mosley editor, Technics Publications, LLC, 2008) contains an excellent data management glossary. For a list of relational database management systems in addition to those mentioned here, see For a comparison of relational database management system features, see relational_database_management_systems. 1NF 2NF 3NF 4NF 5NF 6NF See First Normal Form. See Second Normal Form. See Third Normal Form. See Fourth Normal Form. See Fifth Normal Form. See Domain Key Normal Form.
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We see that augmentative and integrative cooperation are motivated by capabilities, namely capacities for augmentative cooperation and knowledge for integrative cooperation. Debative cooperation and con ict handling are motivated by interests, namely parallel or complementary interests for debative cooperation and potentially con icting interests for con ict handling. Based on our distinction of multi-site organization networks and multi-company organization networks in Section 5.2.3, we can now say that multi-site planning will have the handling of different capabilities (capacities and knowledge) as a main topic, while in multi-company planning the focus will also be on the handling of interests (parallel, complementary or potentially con icting). The handling of interests by actors based on cost bene t considerations is explained in Section 5.6.
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Table 16.3 Summary of NCCDP advice for encouraging physical exercise (available at nccdphp/dnpa/physical/recommendations/index.htm). It is never too late to start an active lifestyle. Physical activity does not need to be hard to produce bene ts. Daily, moderate exercise can bring health bene ts and improve quality of life. This applies irrespective of age, or how un t the subject feels, or for how long they have been inactive. Adults should try to engage in moderate physical activities for at least 30 minutes on 5 or more days of the week, or in vigorous physical activity for 20 minutes or more on at least 3 days per week. People participating regularly in physical activities should be encouraged and supported in their efforts to continue. People should set realistic personal goals, including a variety of activities. Practical recommendations on how to increase physical activity, based on current activity level: If you Do not currently engage in regular physical activity Are active, but below the recommended levels Then Begin with a few minutes of physical activity each day, gradually building up to 30 minutes or more of moderate activities. Try to adopt more consistent activity such as moderate physical activity for 30 minutes or more on 5 or more days of the week, or vigorous physical activity for 20 minutes or more on 3 or more days of the week. You may achieve even greater health bene ts by increasing the duration or intensity of those activities.
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As you can see, when given in this way, the output of the command is a list of the files in the current directory. (In this case, the current directory is /usr/bin, as shown in the shell prompt, and I have truncated the output for space.) This is the default behavior of the command. That is, when no option or target is provided, this is how the command works. There are a few things to notice here. The first is that the listing given is that of the current directory. That is, whichever directory you are in when you give the command is the one for which you get the listing. (I show how to change directories later in this chapter.) Second, the listing is given in a columnar format, with the names of the files printed in columns across the area of the screen. Third, only the names of the files are printed, with no other information about them given. Fourth, the file names are printed in alphabetical order. Fifth, only the names of normal files are printed. (There are special files that are not displayed, as you will see shortly.)
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