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He's going to ask me out but i don't want to wreck our friendship?
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95 Ford Contour SEIt has a 5spd and will not go into reverseI have been told that the transmission is fineAnd was told that it could be a linkage issueSo what could be the problem?
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Who was Pablo Diego José Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno María de Los Remedios Cipriano de la Santísima Trinidad Ruiz y Picasso?
Pablo Diego José Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno María de los Remedios Cipriano de la Santísima Trinidad Ruiz y Picasso was a Spanish artist. In 1891 his family moved from Malaga to La Coruña and a year later Picasso was accepted into the School Of Fineand Applied Arts. There he became a father and a professor. In 1895 he moved to Barcelona, where Picasso entered Art School. In the 1900, Picasso made his first trip to Paris with Casagemas, with whom rented a studio. In 1901, Picasso discovered Casagemas committed suicide. Later that year Picasso moved to Paris but only settled in Paris in 1904, having spent a few years of difficulty.
Asked in How To
How to Make a Homemade Water Filter?
One of the most serious problems in many countries in the world is theinsufficient supply of clean water. Even in urban areas, one cannot rely on water suppliers, becausechlorinated water still contains traces of rust and dirt that have accumulated in pipelines. Therefore, everyone should have at least one water filter at home to ensure safedrinking water. Water filters areusuallyexpensive. However, the goodnews is thatyou can makefiltration systems out of ordinary household materials. Preparing the materials: You need a two-litre plastic bottle with ascrewable lid, another plastic bottle, wire gauze (cut into a circle with the same diameter of the large bottle), one piece of plastic drinking straw, marine epoxy adhesive, one pack of cotton balls,1/2 pint of fine and immediate sized (approximatelyfive millimeter grains) of gravel, 1/2 pint of fineand slightly larger grains of sand,1/2 pint ground, activated charcoal and a coffee filter (make sure that this fits the small bottle). The best source of the perfect sand is at nearby beaches, since these materials have very loose particles and do not absorb water. You canrequest quarry owners, hollow block manufacturersand aggregate suppliers to give you 1/2 pint of fine and large granules of gravel. They mayeven helpto guide you in choosing the sizes of gravel granules.Thoroughly wash the sand and gravel separately in fresh water using a strainer. Make sure that these are absolutely free from mud and soil particles. Spread them in separate and flattenedcellophane bags and dry them under direct sunlight. Making the primary filtration section: Cut the bottom portion of the large bottle. Be careful of the sharp edges as not toinjure yourself. You can dull theedges of the bottleusing sandpaper. Make a hole on the bottle's plastic lid, which is just enough for the drinking straw to fit in. Insert the straw and push it inside until its length is half of that of the bottle. Invert the bottle so that its spout faces the bottom and its open part faces you. Add cotton balls up to twoinches thick, in order to make the first layer of filtering materials. Next, pour the activated charcoalup to two inches thick on top of the cotton ball layer. After which, put alayer of fine grained sand about two inches thick, followed bythe larger-sizedsand grain layer, alsotwo inches thick. The fine and immediate-sized gravel follows with a total thickness ofthree inches. You canincrease theamount of sand and gravel layersuntilit reaches the mouth of the bottle. Cover the mouth of the bottle with the wire gauze, andapply marine epoxy on the edges of the bottle. Keep the bottle inverted to prevent the materials from spilling out. Set this in placeand wait until the adhesive dries totally. Making the secondary filtration system: Cut the top and the bottom part of the smaller bottle. Make sure that the bottom part of this bottle will fit in the top portion of the inverted large bottle. Insert the coffee filterright side up and attach this contraptionon topof the inverted large bottle.Provide a one-inchspace between the coffee filter and the wire gauze.Apply marine epoxy on the portions of the large bottle thatconnects the smaller bottle. You can use braces to set this device in place until theadhesive dries well. As you can see, the top of the water filtration deviceis where the coffeefilter is attached while the bottom partis where the drinking straw and spout is found. You have now your own homemade water filter. Tosee how it works, pour unfiltered wateron the topportion of the filter. You can observe thatthe liquidgoes through the coffee filter,wire gauze, the layer of gravel, thesand layer, and eventually down the activated charcoal and cotton layer. Presto!Out goesthe purified water that is safe to drink.
Asked in Abduction and Kidnapping
What is the child abduction law in California?
Per http://law.justia.com/California/codes/pen/277-280.ltml PENAL CODE SECTION 277-280 277. The following definitions apply for the purposes of thischapter: (a) "Child" means a person under the age of 18 years. (b) "Court order" or "custody order" means a custody determinationdecree, judgment, or order issued by a court of competentjurisdiction, whether permanent or temporary, initial or modified,that affects the custody or visitation of a child, issued in thecontext of a custody proceeding. An order, once made, shall continuein effect until it expires, is modified, is rescinded, or terminatesby operation of law. (c) "Custody proceeding" means a proceeding in which a custodydetermination is an issue, including, but not limited to, an actionfor dissolution or separation, dependency, guardianship, terminationof parental rights, adoption, paternity, except actions under Section11350 or 11350.1 of the Welfare and Institutions Code, or protectionfrom domestic violence proceedings, including an emergencyprotective order pursuant to Part 3 (commencing with Section 6240) ofDivision 10 of the Family Code. (d) "Lawful custodian" means a person, guardian, or public agencyhaving a right to custody of a child. (e) A "right to custody" means the right to the physical care,custody, and control of a child pursuant to a custody order asdefined in subdivision (b) or, in the absence of a court order, byoperation of law, or pursuant to the Uniform Parentage Act containedin Part 3 (commencing with Section 7600) of Division 12 of the FamilyCode. Whenever a public agency takes protective custody orjurisdiction of the care, custody, control, or conduct of a child bystatutory authority or court order, that agency is a lawful custodianof the child and has a right to physical custody of the child. Inany subsequent placement of the child, the public agency continues Tobe a lawful custodian with a right to physical custody of the childuntil the public agency's right of custody is terminated by an orderof a court of competent jurisdiction or by operation of law. (f) In the absence of a court order to the contrary, a parentloses his or her right to custody of the child to the other parent ifthe parent having the right to custody is dead, is unable or refusesto take the custody, or has abandoned his or her family. A naturalparent whose parental rights have been terminated by court order isno longer a lawful custodian and no longer has a right to physicalcustody. (g) "Keeps" or "withholds" means retains physical possession of achild whether or not the child resists or objects. (h) "Visitation" means the time for access to the child allottedto any person by court order. (i) "Person" includes, but is not limited to, a parent or an agentof a parent. (j) "Domestic violence" means domestic violence as defined inSection 6211 of the Family Code. (k) "Abduct" means take, entice away, keep, withhold, or conceal.278. Every person, not having a right to custody, who maliciouslytakes, entices away, keeps, withholds, or conceals any child with theintent to detain or conceal that child from a lawful custodian shallbe punished by imprisonment in a county jail not exceeding one year,a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars ($1,000), or both thatfine and imprisonment, or by imprisonment in the state prison fortwo, three, or four years, a fine not exceeding ten thousand dollars($10,000), or both that fine and imprisonment.278.5. (a) Every person who takes, entices away, keeps, withholds,or conceals a child and maliciously deprives a lawful custodian of aright to custody, or a person of a right to visitation, shall bepunished by imprisonment in a county jail not exceeding one year, afine not exceeding one thousand dollars ($1,000), or both that fineand imprisonment, or by imprisonment in the state prison for 16months, or two or three years, a fine not exceeding ten thousanddollars ($10,000), or both that fine and imprisonment. (b) Nothing contained in this section limits the court's contemptpower. (c) A custody order obtained after the taking, enticing away,keeping, withholding, or concealing of a child does not constitute adefense to a crime charged under this section.278.6. (a) At the sentencing hearing following a conviction for aviolation of Section 278 or 278.5, or both, the court shall considerany relevant factors and circumstances in aggravation, including, butnot limited to, all of the following: (1) The child was exposed to a substantial risk of physical injuryor illness. (2) The defendant inflicted or threatened to inflict physical harmon a parent or lawful custodian of the child or on the child at thetime of or during the abduction. (3) The defendant harmed or abandoned the child during theabduction. (4) The child was taken, enticed away, kept, withheld, orconcealed outside the United States. (5) The child has not been returned to the lawful custodian. (6) The defendant previously abducted or threatened to abduct thechild. (7) The defendant substantially altered the appearance or the nameof the child. (8) The defendant denied the child appropriate education duringthe abduction. (9) The length of the abduction. (10) The age of the child. (b) At the sentencing hearing following a conviction for aviolation of Section 278 or 278.5, or both, the court shall considerany relevant factors and circumstances in mitigation, including, butnot limited to, both of the following: (1) The defendant returned the child unharmed and prior to arrestor issuance of a warrant for arrest, whichever is first. (2) The defendant provided information and assistance leading tothe child's safe return. (c) In addition to any other penalties provided for a violation ofSection 278 or 278.5, a court shall order the defendant to payrestitution to the district attorney for any costs incurred inlocating and returning the child as provided in Section 3134 of theFamily Code, and to the victim for those expenses and costsreasonably incurred by, or on behalf of, the victim in locating andrecovering the child. An award made pursuant to this section shallconstitute a final judgment and shall be enforceable as such.278.7. (a) Section 278.5 does not apply to a person with a right tocustody of a child who, with a good faith and reasonable belief thatthe child, if left with the other person, will suffer immediatebodily injury or emotional harm, takes, entices away, keeps,withholds, or conceals that child. (b) Section 278.5 does not apply to a person with a right tocustody of a child who has been a victim of domestic violence who,with a good faith and reasonable belief that the child, if left withthe other person, will suffer immediate bodily injury or emotionalharm, takes, entices away, keeps, withholds, or conceals that child."Emotional harm" includes having a parent who has committed domesticviolence against the parent who is taking, enticing away, keeping,withholding, or concealing the child. (c) The person who takes, entices away, keeps, withholds, orconceals a child shall do all of the following: (1) Within a reasonable time from the taking, enticing away,keeping, withholding, or concealing, make a report to the office ofthe district attorney of the county where the child resided beforethe action. The report shall include the name of the person, thecurrent address and telephone number of the child and the person, andthe reasons the child was taken, enticed away, kept, withheld, orconcealed. (2) Within a reasonable time from the taking, enticing away,keeping, withholding, or concealing, commence a custody proceeding ina court of competent jurisdiction consistent with the federalParental Kidnapping Prevention Act (Section 1738A, Title 28, UnitedStates Code) or the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction Act (Part 3(commencing with Section 3400) of Division 8 of the Family Code). (3) Inform the district attorney's office of any change of addressor telephone number of the person and the child. (d) For the purposes of this article, a reasonable time withinwhich to make a report to the district attorney's office is at least10 days and a reasonable time to commence a custody proceeding is atleast 30 days. This section shall not preclude a person from makinga report to the district attorney's office or commencing a custodyproceeding earlier than those specified times. (e) The address and telephone number of the person and the childprovided pursuant to this section shall remain confidential unlessreleased pursuant to state law or by a court order that containsappropriate safeguards to ensure the safety of the person and thechild.279. A violation of Section 278 or 278.5 by a person who was not aresident of, or present in, this state at the time of the allegedoffense is punishable in this state, whether the intent to commit theoffense is formed within or outside of this state, if any of thefollowing apply: (a) The child was a resident of, or present in, this state at thetime the child was taken, enticed away, kept, withheld, or concealed. (b) The child thereafter is found in this state. (c) A lawful custodian or a person with a right to visitation is aresident of this state at the time the child was taken, enticedaway, kept, withheld, or concealed.279.1. The offenses enumerated in Sections 278 and 278.5 arecontinuous in nature, and continue for as long as the minor child isconcealed or detained.279.5. When a person is arrested for an alleged violation ofSection 278 or 278.5, the court, in setting bail, shall take intoconsideration whether the child has been returned to the lawfulcustodian, and if not, shall consider whether there is an increasedrisk that the child may not be returned, or the defendant may fleethe jurisdiction, or, by flight or concealment, evade the authorityof the court.279.6. (a) A law enforcement officer may take a child intoprotective custody under any of the following circumstances: (1) It reasonably appears to the officer that a person is likelyto conceal the child, flee the jurisdiction with the child, or, byflight or concealment, evade the authority of the court. (2) There is no lawful custodian available to take custody of thechild. (3) There are conflicting custody orders or conflicting claims tocustody and the parties cannot agree which party should take custodyof the child. (4) The child is an abducted child. (b) When a law enforcement officer takes a child into protectivecustody pursuant to this section, the officer shall do one of thefollowing: (1) Release the child to the lawful custodian of the child, unlessit reasonably appears that the release would cause the child to beendangered, abducted, or removed from the jurisdiction. (2) Obtain an emergency protective order pursuant to Part 3(commencing with Section 6240) of Division 10 of the Family Codeordering placement of the child with an interim custodian who agreesin writing to accept interim custody. (3) Release the child to the social services agency responsiblefor arranging shelter or foster care. (4) Return the child as ordered by a court of competentjurisdiction. (c) Upon the arrest of a person for a violation of Section 278 or278.5, a law enforcement officer shall take possession of an abductedchild who is found in the company of, or under the control of, thearrested person and deliver the child as directed in subdivision (b). (d) Notwithstanding any other law, when a person is arrested foran alleged violation of Section 278 or 278.5, the court shall, at thetime of the arraignment or thereafter, order that the child shall bereturned to the lawful custodian by or on a specific date, or thatthe person show cause on that date why the child has not beenreturned as ordered. If conflicting custodial orders exist withinthis state, or between this state and a foreign state, the courtshall set a hearing within five court days to determine which courthas jurisdiction under the laws of this state and determine whichstate has subject matter jurisdiction to issue a custodial orderunder the laws of this state, the Uniform Child Custody JurisdictionAct (Part 3 (commencing with Section 3400) of Division 8 of theFamily Code), or federal law, if applicable. At the conclusion ofthe hearing, or if the child has not been returned as ordered by thecourt at the time of arraignment, the court shall enter an order asto which custody order is valid and is to be enforced. If the childhas not been returned at the conclusion of the hearing, the courtshall set a date within a reasonable time by which the child shall bereturned to the lawful custodian, and order the defendant to complyby this date, or to show cause on that date why he or she has notreturned the child as directed. The court shall only enforce itsorder, or any subsequent orders for the return of the child, undersubdivision (a) of Section 1219 of the Code of Civil Procedure, toensure that the child is promptly placed with the lawful custodian.An order adverse to either the prosecution or defense is reviewableby a writ of mandate or prohibition addressed to the appropriatecourt.280. Every person who willfully causes or permits the removal orconcealment of any child in violation of Section 8713, 8803, or 8910of the Family Code shall be punished as follows: (a) By imprisonment in a county jail for not more than one year ifthe child is concealed within the county in which the adoptionproceeding is pending or in which the child has been placed foradoption, or is removed from that county to a place within thisstate. (b) By imprisonment in the state prison, or by imprisonment in acounty jail for not more than one year, if the child is removed fromthat county to a place outside of this state.
Asked in Ovulation
Is it possible to experience nausea during ovulation?
Asked in Pregnancy Symptoms, Ovulation
Can pregnancy be possible if you are about one week to ovulation?
Asked in Ovulation
Your ovulation was this week and you are nauseated can you be pregnant?
Asked in Pregnancy, Menstruation
Can a woman be pregnant two weeks after her period?
Asked in Pregnancy, Periods and Conception, Ovulation
Can you get pregnant four days before ovulation and had intercourse the day after ovulation?
The 6 days prior to your ovulation is your most fertile period. Even after you ovulate it is still possible to get pregnant within 12 hours of your ovulation time. If you do not know the exact time that you ovulate then it could be possible if you had intercourse the day after your ovulation. You will just need to relax and wait up to 2 weeks to find out if you are pregnant or not.
Asked in Pregnancy Symptoms, Ovulation
Is it possible to be pregnant and not see any differences in cervical fluid from the start of ovulation and after?
Asked in Home & Garden, Ovulation
Can you be infertile if you don't get pregnant during ovulation?
Asked in Menstruation
Is it possible for your cervix to be closed even when you ovulate?
Asked in Menstruation, Ovulation
How possible is it to know your ovulation period when your menstrual cycle is irregular?
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How late after conception is implantation possible to happen?
Asked in Ovulation
Is it possible to get pregnant at any time or does pregnancy only occur at the time of ovulation?
How early can you pick up HCG levels?
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Can a girl get pregnant BEFORE starting her menstrual periods?
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Can you get preganent on the night before your period?