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Jemez Springs, New Mexico - History
... de los Jemez was built just to the north of the current village in 1621 but was abandoned around the 1640s ... the Pueblo Revolt the Jemez people began converging at the current Pueblo of Jemez ... The village's current main bathhouse originates from this period ...
Electric Chair - History - Early Development
... Issues Debate Religion and capital punishment Wrongful execution Drug trafficking Current use Belarus Botswana China (PRC) Cuba Egypt India Indonesia Iran Iraq Japan ... of the committee, developed the idea of running electric current through a condemned man after hearing a case of how relatively painlessly and quickly a drunk man ... Brown intended to use alternating current (AC), then emerging as a potent rival to direct current (DC), which was further along in commercial development ...
Bond (finance) - Features - Yield
... It usually refers either to the current yield, or running yield, which is simply the annual interest payment divided by the current market price of the bond (often the clean price ...
Economy Of Barbados - Current - Taxation - Bilateral Treaties
... The bilateral tax treaty negotiated with Canada in particular has been a political-football for the government of that country ... The treaty was made to allow the profits for IBCs and offshore banking companies to be repatriated to Canada tax-free after paying taxes in Barbados ...
Technological Applications Of Superconductivity - High-temperature Superconductivity (HTS) - HTS-based Systems
... include Induction heaters, transformers, fault current limiters, power storage, motors and generators, fusion reactors (see ITER) and magnetic levitation devices ... weight or the ability to rapidly switch current (fault current limiters) outweighs the added cost ...

Famous quotes containing the word current:

    For me, Romanticism is the most recent and the most current expression of beauty.
    Charles Baudelaire (1821–1867)

    This is no argument against teaching manners to the young. On the contrary, it is a fine old tradition that ought to be resurrected from its current mothballs and put to work...In fact, children are much more comfortable when they know the guide rules for handling the social amenities. It’s no more fun for a child to be introduced to a strange adult and have no idea what to say or do than it is for a grownup to go to a formal dinner and have no idea what fork to use.
    Leontine Young (20th century)

    For the purpose of knowledge, one must know how to use that inner current that draws us to a thing, and then the one that, after a time, draws us away from it.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)