What is a status migrainosus?
Status migrainosus-- The medical term for an acute migraine headache that lasts 72 hours or longer.
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Answer . The status bar is at the bottom of a program window, and it generally displays what the program is currently doing, or information about program objects you may have the cursor over, such as buttons or text boxes.
A statue is a type of sculpture that represent a human, animal, thing or an event and is made if materials like clay, marble, resin, bronze, porcelein, fiberglass etc .
No, there are two. One is in NY harbor and it was erected in 1886 on Liberty Island. The other is in Paris, France and is much smaller and black. To cite that there is one is Las Vegas is like saying that Vegas has a pyramid. These items are for tourist sites and hotels to bring people to Vegas. Oth…er than the fact they are copies that can not be counted as true historical models of the ones mentioned above. (MORE)
Completed in l886. Supposed to celebrate the centennial of American Indpendence- which would have been l876- there was a big fair in Philadelphia- but delivered ten years too late! S.O.L. was in part a political football, and the Newspapers really ram-rodded the deal to get it built on what was then… called Bedloes Island, and at the time a fort. (MORE)
Status is the current state of something or someone. This ishelpful in determining what steps should be followed next.
Status is rank or position in a hierarchy. ____ every human society has a number of social positions which people occupy; they're known as statuses
the position of an individual in relation to another or others, esp. in regard to social or professional standing.
- Status quo- what is commonly believed or accepted - Status quo- is always represented by Ho (null hypothesis) Ex. Should we introduce a new product/service? Status quo: not introduce it Ex. Should we stop engaging in a marketing action? Status quo: keep going Null hypothesis Interpretat…ion of statistical information can often involve the development of a null-hypothesis in that the assumption is that whatever is proposed as a cause has no effect on the variable being measured. The best illustration for a novice is the predicament encountered by a jury trial. The null hypothesis, H0, asserts that the defendant is innocent, whereas the alternative hypothesis, H1, asserts that the defendant is guilty. The indictment comes because of suspicion of the guilt. The H0 (status quo) stands in opposition to H1 and is maintained unless H1 is supported by evidence "beyond a reasonable doubt". However,"failure to reject H0" in this case does not imply innocence, but merely that the evidence was insufficient to convict. So the jury does not necessarily accept H0 but fails to reject H0. While one can not "prove" a null hypothesis one can test how close it is to being true with a, which tests for type II errors Read more: http://www.answers.com/topic/statistics#ixzz1PkNWJBFS (MORE)
No, there are a handful of replicas located in gardens and museums all over the world specifically made by FrÃ©dÃ©ric Bartholdi. The original and largest is in NY Harbor on Liberty Island. There many others that he made in various places in France such as Jardin du Luxembourg and Pont de Grenell…e. He also gave one to the town of Saint-Cyr-sur-Mer and it sits in the village square. Barholdi's original plaster version was used to create a mold to cast 12 286cm high bronze versions of the statue. There are hundreds of other versions of the statue made from copper, bronze, stone and even Legos on display throughout the world that are based on the original statue. (MORE)
This is " ONE" way they formed statues thousands of years ago, here is an excerpt and the site: . |Making the statues|. How were the statues made? Of what materials?. |A plant core| The statues were formed by modeling wet plaster on a reed core, using plants that grow in Jordan along strea…ms and rivers. The bundles of reeds were lashed together using twine. The reed core provided a sturdy form onto which the plaster was modeled. Over time, this reed core disintegrated, leaving behind the plaster "shell" of the statue and a hollow interior. When modeled, the wet plaster took the impressions of the reeds and twine, which are beautifully preserved on the inside surface of the statue. Reed and twine were ideal materials for making the statues' internal framework. The reeds are light, easy to bend when wet or damp, and locally available.. http://www.asia.si.edu/jordan/html/textonly.htm (MORE)
Statues can be made of almost any material. Statues can be created out of metal, stone, clay, wood and many other materials. Junior Fritz Jacquet is known for making masks out of toilet paper rolls, and one man (his name escapes me) is famous for making statues out of used chewing gum! Creating stat…ues is an ancient, and sometimes wacky, artform. (MORE)
Statue of Liberty in New York which liberty means freedom and can call it statue of freedom.
it represents liberty and freedom. the statue of liberty is the reason we have the 4th of july!
A statue is something made out of iron, metal, gold, Sometime wood and plastic. The can be ones in your homes that you can buy, or famous ones WHICH NO-ONE CAN AFFORD, for example, the statue of liberty, the statue of sant theresa or Mary in Lourdes, France
It will be Statue of Unity in Gujarat, India. Height of Statue of Unity Double than Statue of Liberty .
A statue is a sculpture in the round representing a person or persons, an animal, or an event, normally full-length, as opposed to a bust, and at least close to life-size, or larger. Its primary concern is representational.
Social status is bascially how much power you have. if you had a high social status, then you were very powerful. Social status is alike the high school popularity program. If you were popular, you were high up in the social status. If you were a loner, you were probably on the bottom. ******…***************************** All societies have developed a social stratification within their populations where individuals and groups are ascribed a certain status within the social hierarchy. Probably the most highly stratified society is India. They use the caste system whereby you are born into a certain caste and you stay there for life. You cannot marry out of your caste and no matter what you achieve through your own abilities; you will die in that caste. There is no upward mobility. A less rigidly stratified system is found in Great Britain where you can be born into the upper class and remain there being a ne'er do well for your whole useless life, but you can remain a member of the upper class. It is possible to move up into another class by making an advantageous marriage; like Kate Middleton who moved from the upper class into the nobility. You can also move up by receiving a good education and through doing good in business and making lots of money and donating to lots of charities. In North America, the stratification is still there, but it is not cast in stone. One can move up through their own abilities, notwithstanding the fact that the odds are stacked against most of us due to our envirement and our own limited aspirations. A general division of the social layers in our society which you may recognize are the wealthy, the middle class, and the working class. Sociologists refine these divisions further: 1. Upper upper, 2. Upper middle, 3. Upper lower, 4. Upper Middle, 5. Middle middle, 6. Lower middle, 7. Upper lower, 8. Middle lower, and finally, 9. Lower lower. Needless to say, most of the gravy rises to the top. (MORE)
Perhaps the posture of the statue was well thought of by the artist before it was made. Details can be put in art to convey ideas.
I believe the status of Peru is well.! they are doing well in money.. and the features are amazing! i stayed there for 2 months and loved it! the atmosqere was gr8! i lreally loved it!
Someone who is not in control but is controlled by another of higher rank or authority.
the status in crossfire, is to show how good you are at the game. IE: First Lieutenant.
There are over 60 species of kangaroo, and most of the species are listed as "Least concern". However, many of the species in the wallaby family are endangered, particularly among the "rock wallaby" species.
Ozymandias is the Greek name for Ramses II - an Egyptian pharaoh who ruled for 67 years in the thirteenth century B.C. The statue was discovered at the Great Temple of Ptah of Mit-Rahina near Memphis, Egypt. Ramses II was the same Pharaoh that Moses dealt with in the biblical book Exodus when he sou…ght to free his people from their slavery in Egypt. A powerful ruler, he conquered lands and built statues and palaces in his own honor, including the statue mentioned in the poem. In its prime, the real statue measured 56 feet long and weighed 1,000 tons. Just one ear of the statue was 3 1/2 feet long! (MORE)
A statue of Artemis "Tauropolos" in her temple at Brauron in Attica was supposed to have been brought from the Taurians by Iphigenia.
MSN doesn't exactly have the same type of status like FaceBook does. You can either be AVAILABLE (green), BUSY (red), AWAY (orange) or OFFLINE (white). If you want to say something for everyone to see, you can type a personal message.
In the Northern territory, Queensland and South Australia, the bilby's conservation status is listed as endangered. Its Commonwealth status is listed as vulnerable.
A status dog is one acquired to elevate others', or one's own perception of oneself.
When a person owns something that would cause other people to assume he or she was wealthy or has a high status in society, like a limo, that item is called a status symbol.
positions that are earned, accomplished, or involve at least someeffort or activity on the individual's part.
say this is a Pharaoh on his side: -- this is an Anubis ------------- they are those giant dogs that protect the tomb. hope i helped!
The new statue will be called the 'Statue of Unity' in Gujarat State , India. which will be double the size of 'Statue of Liberty' in the US and four times higher than 'Christ the Redeemer' located in Rio De Janeiro. .
Statues of Buddha are present in many temples. These are representations of the Buddha as no historical images of the Buddha exist. These statues should not be confused with the statues of Hotei, erroneously called the Laughing Buddha, seen in many Chinese restaurants. This the statue of a Budai a C…hnese folkloric hero. (MORE)
By saying 'Okami' do you mean 'Shiranui'? Okami means wolf or great god in Japanese. The reason why Shiranui was in the statue was to remember the day when she saved Kamiki from Orochi. Sakuya brought back Shiranui to destroy Orochi once again and she did this by reincarnating her from the sun godd…ess - Amaterasu. (MORE)
the patient may be given narcotic medications to bring on sleep and stop the attack. Patients with status migrainosus are often hospitalized because they are likely to be dehydrated from severe nausea and vomiting.
Designed by Frederick A. Bartholdi and created by Edouard Rene, the statue of liberty was made in many pieces and shipped to the United States from France, then built once it was on the U.S. land.
Status Migrainosus is defined by the ICHD II as: A debilitating Migraine attack lasting longer than 72 hrs. The pain must be both unremitting for 72 hrs and severe. See your physician or headache specialist for appropriate diagnosis and treatment of Migraine and headache disorders.
You can either visit your regional epf office or check it online through epf india's wesbsite
This might sound stupid, but try to say something that is funny or a little stupid. I get a lot of comments on my status's. Like my last status said, " Do ladybugs have hearts?" and I wasn't sure, but it got a lot of comments! Haha(: See what I mean? Or you could do something (if your a girl): If I'…m pretty comment with a (MORE)
depends where you live. Once you get to NY, you need to take a Ferry across the channel to the island.
If you mean figurine, then you can get them at comic book stores, those really big book stores that sell manga, asian shops, china town etc There are also alot of websites where you can get them off. Don't forget Ebay too! If you're in Sydney - Australia then you can get them at Kinokuniya book… store, all the asian stores & especially paddys markets. If you do mean statue, then when you find one, TELL ME :D (MORE)
A status that you earn or pay for is one answer. "Status" can also be acquired through no actions ( earn or pay for ) of one's self. Examples include receiving the status of a super star in sports by unmerited accolades from sports writers; receiving the title of "King" via inheritance; or becoming …famous because you share the surname of a famous relative. One's acquired status means only that it has been given regardless of the circumstances. Yes, it's true that one can acquire status by actions that warrant it. (MORE)
No, it is a noun (sculpture). There is an adjective form(statuesque) but it has connotations of size and grace, rather thanjust referring to statues.
He is one of the 12 Olympian gods. He was, in fact, the youngest of the 12 Olympians.
First, how the statue is made is most of them are made of stone of granite. But some are even made of clay. Second, people probably made the statue to honor people for deeds they had done.
An undefined status is simply a status that lacks clear definition.It is not specified in any way and might be hard to associate itwith anyone or anything.
The quokka is not yet an "officially endangered" animal. The conservation status of the quokka is as follows: . National: Listed as Vulnerable under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999. . Western Australia: Listed as Rare or likely to become extinct u…nder the Wildlife Conservation Act 1950. The quokka is at risk of being endangered because it is vulnerable to predation by feral cats, dogs and foxes. The quokka population on Rottnest Island, off Western Australia's coast, is stable, as is the small population within an enclosed reserve on the mainland. This is because these two regions are predator-free. The quokka lives in a limited number of other areas of Western Australia. It can also be found in the coastal plain around the Swan River, near Perth and Gingin. It is also found on Bald Island, and at Harvey and Collie in the Stirling Ranges. (MORE)
Science, The statue of liberty is made up of copper so when the sun reflects on it it then turns green
Life Insurance Corporation of India presently holds more than 70% shares of India's life insurance business. Its claim ratio is such that specially death claims are settled faster than anywhere in the world. Its total policy holders of 30 crores are more than the total population of U. S. A. Last bu…t not the least, the policy holders money are absolutely guaranteed by the Government of India,since it has been established by an Act of parliament on lst September, l956. The performances of private insurance companies are so poor excepting SBI Life Insurance, that people are soon loosing faith on private insurance cos. and switching over to Life Insurance Corporation of India for greater protection of their hard earned monies. (MORE)
it was made for the u.s. it represents freedom, it was a gift from France!
The noun statue is a singular, common, concrete noun; a word for a a three-dimensional representation of a person or thing made in wood, stone, metal, or other solid material.