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If you have a junior license (Class DJ, MJ or DJ/MJ), you may drive in Nassau and Suffolk counties between the hours of 5 AM and 9 PM without a supervising driver only directly between your home and
Your junior permit, license, or privileges will be suspended for 60 days if you are convicted of one serious traffic violation or two other violations that were committed while you held a junior permit or license.
Your junior permit, license, or privileges will be revoked for 60 days if you are convicted of one serious traffic violation or two other violations within the first six months after your permit, license or privileges are restored after a suspension or revocation.
The EDjunior draws its strength from the exhaustive engineering that went into the design of the Dillon EDXtreme dynamometer. Both share the same base of research and testing to match material characteristics and load cell technology. The choices made in development have yielded an exceptionally rugged instrument capable of consistently delivering accurate, repeatable measurements.
The EDjunior is all about value. Behind its simple design and easy operation, you will find the quality and performance not found elsewhere in the low price range. With the EDjunior, Dillon proves that economy can go hand-in-hand with accuracy, long service life and, most importantly, worker safety.
High Strength, Low WeightHeavy, cumbersome tools make tough jobs even harder. Through the use of aircraft quality materials, Dillon has made the EDjunior an easy-to-position, highly mobile instrument with exceptional strength.
It offers an impressive factor of safety at all capacities.All EnvironmentsWith its NEMA4/IP55 design, the EDjunior is at home in virtually any environment and ideally-suited to outdoor job-site applications as well as in-plant use.
The EDjunior electronic crane scale is a cost effective and reliable solution for weighing crane loads. This crane scale has a simple design and easy to use operator interface, and can provide peak detection as well as live load readings.
Heavy, cumbersome tools make tough jobs even harder. Through the use of aircraft quality aluminum, Dillon has made the EDjunior an easy-to-position, highly mobile instrument with exceptional strength. It offers an impressive factor of safety at all capacities.
Individually over the doubleheader, freshman infielder MK Tedder blasted her first HR, a solo shot, during the win over St. Edward's. Rookie infielder Janae Jefferson combined to go 2-for-4 with two runs scored and three stolen bases, junior infield transfer Ciera Schick was 3-for-4 with two RBIs, sophomore outfielder Kaitlyn Washington was 2-for-6 with a RBI, sophomore outfielder Tuesday DerMargosian was 3-for-5 with the walk-off single to beat Blinn College, junior outfielder Bekah Alcozer was 1-for-2 with a double and two RBIs and sophomore infielder Kaitlyn Slack was 1-for-4 with a double.
All six UT pitchers got work during the doubleheader highlighted by freshman right hander Ariana Adams tossing two perfect innings and redshirt junior Erica Wright striking out six against Blinn College. In the nightcap against St. Edward's, junior Brooke Bolinger (3 IP, one hit, five K's), freshman Chloe Romero (2 IP, one hit) and senior Kristen Clark (2 IP, one hit, four K's) combined on a three-hit shutout with 10 total strikeouts.
Looking for a spark in the top of the sixth against redshirt junior pitcher Erica Wright, Blinn College's Alivia Villareal provided it with a long lead-off single off the left field wall. Following a strikeout, Blinn's Meghan Morris drove a base knock down the right field line to station runners at the corners with one retired. With two down after Wright's fourth K of the contest, Lauren Coerver stepped to the plate and hit a slow roller up the third-base line for a single, scoring Villareal to knot the contest at 1-1.
With one final chance to end the game, senior pitcher Paige von Sprecken nearly ended it herself, opening the bottom of the seventh, but her line drive over the wall to left drifted a foot foul. After settling for a walk, von Sprecken was replaced on the base paths by Jefferson. The Humble, Texas, native quickly swiped her third base of the contest, reaching scoring position with still no one retired. Following a Slack free pass, junior outfielder Bekah Alcozer delivered a perfect sacrifice bunt to move the duo up 60 feet into scoring position. That set the stage for DerMargosian's heroics as the Fort Worth, Texas, product ripped a walk-off single just inside the left field line, plating Jefferson for a 2-1 victory.
Following a dominant one-two-three top of the first by Texas junior starter Brooke Bolinger with two K's, DerMargosian beat out a one-out infield single during the bottom half and advanced into scoring position on a throwing error. Sophomore outfielder Kaitlyn Washington and sophomore catcher Taylor Ellsworth each hit shots well to right but both were tracked down by St. Edward's Kayla Appleby as the Longhorns left a runner stranded.
The Longhorns offense tried getting into gear during the bottom of the second, putting two on board via a von Sprecken lead-off walk and a one-out bloop single to right center from junior transfer Ciera Schick. Unfortunately for Texas, a fielder's choice cut down the lead runner at third before a strikeout ended the threat with no damage.
FME 40130 - Junior Internship in Family Medicine Cr Hrs: 6 Session Length: 4 weeksPDThis is a face to face clinical rotation receiving 6 credit hours. The student will function as a junior intern with increased autonomy in patient care and must demonstrate competency in all of the Entrustable Professional Activities required for graduation. Students experience traditional office-based practice under the supervision of a community-based family physician preceptors along with faculty and residents in the outpatient UT Family Medicine Jackson Center. Students will also rotate on inpatient services with faculty and residents to include medicine and ICU patients, obstetrical and newborns as well as pediatric patients. With the office practice as a base, the family physician serves all aspects of patient care involving both inpatient and outpatient settings, ranging from the hospital to the nursing home. Students are placed with family physicians who practice the full breadth of the discipline, including obstetrical care, whenever feasible. The clerkship is a full-time learning experience, typically mirroring the family physician preceptor and including both weekend responsibilities and night calls. Students attend a variety of lectures and workshops and give an Evidence Based Medicine Presentation at the end of the block. Students may be assigned additional readings, written reports and presentations by their preceptors. Grade Mode: Standard Instructional Method: Clinical-Required Selective Location offered: Jackson TNHospital: Jackson Madison County General Hospital Prerequisites: Completion of 5 CORE Clerkships inclusive of FME-30000 Term offered: Fall, Spring Fall - Instructor of Record: Elly Riley - firstname.lastname@example.org Spring - Instructor of Record: Elly Riley - email@example.com Course Coordinator: Heather Cavness - firstname.lastname@example.org - 731-541-3755Website: www.uthsc.edu/utfamjacPrior Authorization: YesBlocks Not Offered: NoneOff-cycle timing allowed: NoDeadline for Excused Absence: Thirty days before start of elective/rotationDeadline for Cancellation: Thirty days before start of elective/rotationOvernight Call and/or Float: YesTime off for interviews: No
This appeal presents the question of the rights of the parties with respect to surplus tax funds collected in plaintiff district by defendants to pay tuition to certain other junior college districts.
There is no dispute as to the facts.pursuant to an election, plaintiff district was established on July 1, 1957. During the school year July 1, 1956, to June 30, 1957, residents in plaintiff district sent their children to junior colleges outside of the district area. Under the then law, the county in which the nonjunior college district area was situated was required to impose a special tax on the residents of that area to establish a junior college tuition fund. (Ed. Code, 7231, 7232; now 20201, 20202.) This fund was then used to reimburse the junior college districts for the full tuition costs of the children in attendance from the nonjunior college district areas. The tax for the fund was imposed to pay for attendance during [57 Cal. 2d 773] the preceding year rather than for the current year, and in theory it should yield the amount necessary to defray the junior college tuition obligations without producing a surplus. 041b061a72