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  • Trial of Word Processor
    Nepali Persian Punjabi Romaji Sanskrit Urdu AND Roman with Accents Afrikaans Albanian Basque Catalan Chinese Mandarin in Pinyin Croatian Czech Danish Dutch English Esperanto Estonian Færoese Finnish French Galician German Greenlandic Hungarian Icelandic Irish Italian Lappish Latvian Lithuanian Malagasy Maltese Norwegian Polish Portuguese Rumanian Serbo Croatian Slovak Slovene Spanish Swedish Turkish Vietnamese Welsh You do not need to install a special demo version of the software You install the full software but use it in a restricted manner until you type in your chosen password This saves you the inconvenience of having to remove a demo package and then install another package Click here to download the software When you download and install the full version of the software some of its features will be disabled initially such as saving copying PDF exporting and screen capture until you enter the password Also printing is limited to about half of a page at a time under trial conditions Once you insert the password these software features become enabled Note If you had an earlier version from the 32 bit family of Jaldi software and are now updating it is recommended that you first remove the older version of your software You

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  • Jaspell Services
    Structures and Foundation Specialists Abbott Holliday Partnership and Peter Holliday Associates Return to top B J Burford was an associate with Peter Holliday Associates who provide specialist skills in the field of the structural stability of buildings Services were charged per day depending on the nature and location of the work Value Added Tax was charged by Peter Holliday Associates for such services Building Care Construction Maintenance and Cleaning Return to top Charges for miscellaneous building services depended on the particular assignment Although the charges were usually about the going rate for the same type of work great care was always taken to provide a high quality product and in some cases this may attract a higher charge than available elsewhere Typing Preparation of Reports Investigations and Theses Return to top Charges for miscellaneous clerical word processing investigative or analytical services depended on the particular assignment and language Nevertheless a high quality product was always produced with speed Problem Solving Innovation Counsel Advice or Practical Assistance on a Wide Range of Activities and Subjects Return to top We offered to assist you in the search for answers to your deepest questions solve your problems innovate for you Language Learning Publications Return to top Jaspell created self teach study aids from English to Bengali comprising manual dictionary answers revision phrasebook tapes songs Click here to find most of these online Additional help was offered in their use Language Instruction Courses Return to top Jasper Burford used to offer intensive courses in Bengali for groups up to 8 persons in the London Essex or Suffolk areas of England area using the above materials Prices for elsewhere including continental Europe were considered by arrangement French and German speakers with little English who wished to learn Bengali were also considered Multi Language Software Use

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  • JSL - Engineering Consultancy Services
    supply staff to agencies and other organisations for civil engineering projects until it ceased trading on 30th November 2010 The company was dissolved on 18th October 2011 The Director of the firm was then identified as EurIng B J Burford BSc Hons Civ Eng CEng MICE MIHT but he has since terminated his professional memberships and is now simply identified as Mr B J Burford BSc Hons Civ Eng Prior

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  • General Help from Jaspell
    Measure Dredged Quantities How to Survey Levels Across a Wide River Channel General Suggestions You are at Website Home Useful Hints General Helps Contact Us How to cope with traumatic stress How to revise for examinations How to measure dredged

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  • How to Revise for Examinations
    time into 16 equal parts and these have to be assigned to Phase 1 Phase 2 and Phase 3 of your revision programme The first three quarters of this time is Phase 1 coloured yellow Three quarters of the time left remaining is Phase 2 coloured green The final sixteenth of the total revision programme is Phase 3 coloured blue How many examinations will you have to take during Examination Week s 4 7 10 12 Let s label each of the subjects A B C and so on Subject A will probably be the one that you ll be examined on first if you know your examination schedule early on Treating each of the phases in turn divide the total time for each phase equally by the number of subjects Of course you can reproportion the time a little to reflect differing values of the examination marks or level of difficulty for each subject as you see fit Below is an example for nine subjects labelled A to I and I need to allocate extra time say for subjects B D and H because I struggle a bit more with them YOUR REVISION PROGRAMME PHASE PROCESS FRACTION PERIOD START DATE END DATE SUBJECTS 1 Revise all your class notes text books and homework coursework Make minute neat notes of key details formulae dates reasons skeleton answers The whole syllabus should be condensed onto two or three sides of A4 or a shorthand notebook and be easily reviewable at a glance 3 4 1 A 2 B 3 B 4 C 5 D 6 D 7 E 8 F 9 G 10 H 11 H 12 I 2 Revise minute notes from Phase 1 Only revisit other material if notes need clarification or further detail 3 16 13 A B

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  • How to Measure Dredged Quantities
    as sextant targets and sextant circle charts were generated from them Using these the survey boat would proceed on a series of approximately parallel runs across the channel area At a sequence of points a few seconds apart a co ordinator would shout Fix and two surveyors would take their angular readings from their sextants at that moment while the sonar instrument button was pressed to mark simultaneously a depth reading on its output or other depth reading device was used This resulted in a plan with a several zig zag rows of dots each dot annotated with a depth The problem was how to use the information on two such maps to work out the volume change The survey runs were never quite the same on different occasions owing to the effect of current wind steering and so forth So the rows of dots on different survey plans never had any correlation The solution I suggested was to transfer the information for each survey onto a fixed grid of standardised cross section lines as follows Use each surveyed dot plan to construct a map of interpolated contours These may rarely show up two possible contour layouts at saddle shapes

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  • How to Survey Levels Across a Wide River Channel
    Battenberg cake A square metal plate about 8 inches 200 millimetres wide was painted in four quarters with the top two black and white the bottom two white and black The pattern needed to be accurately balanced visually The plate was firmly fixed to a small mount that could be fitted onto any section of the levelling staff slid into place up or down and clamped precisley at a chosen position using a rear strap with wing nuts Each team set up its instrument on a caisson or other solid station in the river a distance of 4 000 feet 1 22 kilometres apart One team viewed the other team s levelling staff and radioed them to raise or lower their movable plate until the cross hairs in the levelling instrument sight registered with the centre of the painted plate at the join of the black and white squares on the target The viewer s eye could not read the measurements on the staff itself but the eye was very sensitive to any inequality in the painted areas above or below the horizontal cross hair line The target team clamped the target in the agreed position and recorded the value

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  • How to Make an Oil Drum Burner
    onto the drum the rectangle for the door over the full height of the smooth central section of the side of the drum Mark the bolt hole locations onto the drum Drill the bolt holes Cut out the rectangle to form both a neat door and doorway the finer the cut the better so use the thinnest available metal cutting disc on an angle driver or jig saw File the door and doorway to be smooth for safety Assemble the nuts bolts and washers to anchor the door hinges onto the drum Likewise bolt the door hinges onto the door Bend part of the overhang of the hinges away from the drum to form handles Choose you system lower ventilation either an old fireplace or to a simple door rather like the one above but narrower To accommodate an old fireplace mark and cut out a rectangle just large enough To make a simple ventilation door instead design one similar to the one above but narrower and with only one hinge on the side Allow some extra hinge length for you to form a handle with some of the excess This lower door could be formed in two halves using two smaller hinges one each side Make a removable flue On my first test I simply stood a 2 inch old metal drain pipe in the drum s filler cap hole and this just about worked Next I went to a scrap metal business and bought an the cap and 3 inch flue off a butane heater for 3 this improved performance despite still using the 2 inch hole I improved updraught through this 3 inch fluepipe by cutting a 5 inch hole in the top of the drum separate from the 2 inch filler cap hole You can make

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