Assets – States Vehicle Policy Chart #vehicle #reviews


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States’ Vehicle Asset Policies in SNAP

Because of the outdated nature of the SNAP Policies, new legislation allows for States to create their own policies. There has been a strong effort to re-structure vehicle policies.

States are now allowed to use SNAP with the method for valuing vehicles that the state has established under a TANF/MOE-funded cash or non-cash assistance program so long as it is not more restrictive than federal SNAP rules.

Alternatively, states may employ in SNAP the vehicle asset rule from a TANF/MOE-funded benefit or service program for households that are authorized to receive that TANF/MOE benefit. Under the SNAP, households that receive TANF/MOE-funded benefits are categorically eligible for SNAP benefits and do not have to meet the SNAP asset test in order to receive benefits. In some states, all food stamp households are eligible for the TANF/MOE-funded benefit program. In others, only a small number of households are eligible for the services. For households that do not receive such benefits, the state must apply an alternative vehicle policy. They may use federal SNAP rules or import the rule from a TANF/MOE-funded assistance program.

These new policy options have given states that ability to craft vehicle asset rules in SNAP that work best for them. It also gives states the ability to make the rules consistent with other programs, such as TANF and Medicaid, ensuring that the SNAP rules do not work against other programs’ goals.


Shoe Width and Sizing #standard #html #email #width, #size #chart


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Shoe/Width Sizing

Width Sizing

Because feet don’t come in one or two widths, and shoes that fit better perform better, New Balance shoes come in a wide range of widths and sizes. Not all of these width options are available on newbalance.co.uk.

What size are you?

  • The standard Men’s width is D . For Women, the standard width is B . If the majority of shoes you own fit adequately, these are the widths you should select.
  • If the shoes you own tend to feel overly spacious in width, you should consider selecting a narrower width size. If the shoes you own tend to feel noticeably narrow or snug, then you should consider selecting a wider width size.
  • If your feet seem between sizes and you cannot decide which size to select, we suggest you choose the larger size. You can make adjustments for a better fit with socks, insoles, or a different lacing pattern.
  • Women’s Shoe Widths

    Sizing Tips

    • Your heel should fit snug with no slipping. The midfoot of the shoe under your arch and over the top of your foot should be snug but not tight. You should have enough room in the toe box to wiggle your toes. New Balance shoes are made to fit directly out of the box. They do not need to be broken in.
    • People are more than twice as likely to buy a shoe that is too small than too big. Clues that your shoes are too small or narrow include – foot cramping or falling asleep while running or just after running or the formation of blisters and calluses between or on your toes.
    • Feet typically get bigger with age. We encourage you to have your feet measured every year. Women’s feet often become a half-size (or more) larger after pregnancy.
    • Your left and right feet may differ in length or width as much as a full size. Be sure to measure and try shoes on both feet, and always buy shoes to fit your larger foot.
    • If your feet seem between sizes and you cannot decide which size to select, we suggest you choose the larger size. You can make adjustments for a better fit with socks, insoles, or a different lacing pattern.
    • Since feet always swell during the day, we encourage you to try shoes on later in the day when your feet are at their largest.

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  • Denver, Colorado Springs, Grand Junction and Cheyenne Free HDTV Channels and Antennas #hdtv, #rf, #uhf, #vhf, #dtv, #digital, #channels, #cable, #satellite, #stations, #local #lists, #towers, #compass, #direction, #distance, #high-definition, #television, #outdoor, #rotor, #indoor, #antennas, #expert, #examples, #help, #free, #over-the-air, #off-air, #licensed, #transition, #tuners, #converter #box, #setups, #color #code #chart, #picture, #appearance, #multicasting, #multi-directional, #rooftop, #rabbit #ears, #consumer #data, #advanced, #installation, #links


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    You might want to watch this 8-minute video created by the Consumer Electronics Association

    Getting the most from America’s New High-Definition Television System is simple and inexpensive. You just need an antenna for sets made after 2007, and a Converter Box if you have an older TV. No need to get cable, satellite or a new TV to enjoy America’s DTV Channels.

    “Multicasting” allows stations to broadcast up to six new channels in the space of their old one. Channel 9, for instance, is now DTV channel 9.1, 9.2, 9.3, etc. Cable and satellite would have you believe they carry most of these new channels, but they don’t.

    Cable and satellite strip and leave out most broadcast channels to save space for other $ervice$. To get genuine HDTV just add an antenna and converter to your existing setup. You’ll be amazed how many HDTV channels you can tune, and how much better everything looks over-the-air!

    Find the keys to complete your HDTV System!

    Denver Area HDTV Channels
    All of these new channels, and many more, are Free. No cable or satellite is needed for any of them. Just select an Antenna, using the information below, to receive crystal clear HDTV signals Free in the Denver, Colorado Springs, Cheyenne Area.

    Antenna Selection Guide
    To find the perfect antenna, first list the RF Channels which you want to watch. The CEA. Consumer Electronics Association, and NAB. National Association of Broadcasters, created the AntennaWeb to help you with the rest. Free! An example of how it works is presented below.

    NOTE that all TV stations are transmitting on different channels now. To avoid confusion, however, the new tuners and converter boxes allow a station to keep its old channel number while automatically switching you to its new RF Channel. Some of the new RF Channels are VHF but most are UHF.

    RF Channels on your list numbered less than 14 are VHF. They need a broader antenna than UHF channels; the ones numbered 14 and up. Since HDTV is 91% UHF, you probably won’t need to use a broad antenna.

    Most need an Indoor Antenna. They work just fine with older TVs using a converter box, and with all new TVs. You’ll need to use an Outdoor Antenna if you’re more than 15 miles from stations’ towers, but most towers are clustered near town and are very powerful.

    EXAMPLE.
    We’ll use a site near Tampa, Florida
    Press AntennaWeb.org. then Press
    “Click Here to Start,” then Enter the
    ZIP Code 33772 and Press “Submit”

    A Station Tower Map will appear beside a list, as shown below. The strongest stations are at the top. Record the RF channels, and Antenna Color Codes, of the stations you want to watch. You’ll need that information to select the proper Antenna .
    To verify this Map and List. select TVFool.com using the same Zip Code, to get the following.

    What’s important is to get-a-feel for the distances and directions to desirable stations’ towers (under “Dist” and “Azimuth” above). Let’s select CBS, ABC, FOX, NBC and PBS Networks, all of which are farther than 15 miles away. We’ll need to use an Outdoor Antenna to receive them. Fortunately, station towers are clustered in most cities – East of us in our example.

    Antenna Color Codes
    Color Codes represent an antenna’s reception strength. Within 15 miles of stations an Indoor Antenna can be used (in the Yellow, Green and Light Green Zones). Farther away you’ll need to use an Outdoor Antenna. Our Example calls for color codes blue and violet. The stronger violet type will work for both. Since four of our desirable stations’ RF channels are VHF (all but ABC are less than 14), we’ll need a broad UHF/VHF antenna.

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    Ohio Stadium – Facts, figures, pictures and more of the Ohio State Buckeyes college football stadiumOHIO STADIUM #ross #ade #stadium #seating #chart


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    OHIO STADIUM

    Columbus, OH

    As you cross over the Lane Avenue Bridge and look to the right in astonishment, it’s obvious to passerby’s that you are headed to Ohio Stadium, home of the Buckeyes. Nestled along the banks of the Olentangy River, Ohio Stadium is one of the most recognized landmarks in college sports. In fact, Ohio Stadium, also known as “the Shoe” (because of its similar shape to a horseshoe), was added to the National Register of Historic Places by the National Park Service. Today Ohio Stadium is one of the best college football stadiums in the nation. With a seating capacity of 104,851, it’s the third largest football stadium in college football.

    The history of the stadium dates back to 1913 when the Buckeyes played at Ohio Field and a new stadium was needed because of growing support for the team. Ohio State wanted to build a stadium large enough to accommodate fans that were interested in the sport. Disagreements on where to build the stadium and funding issues led to delays in construction. Regardless of these issues, the university commissioned Howard D. Smith to design a double decked horseshoe stadium in 1918. After securing the funding to build the new stadium, construction began in August 1921. Built of steel and concrete, the stadium was constructed at a cost of $1.3 million.

    The Buckeyes played their first game at Ohio Stadium on October 7, 1922 against Ohio Wesleyan. When it opened Ohio Stadium had a seating capacity of 66,210 in a unique, double decked horseshoe configuration. Successful seasons throughout their history led to numerous upgrades since Ohio Stadium s opening. In 1984, a new scoreboard was added, and in 1991, 5,000 seats were added in the south end zone. The latest renovation and expansion project was completed between 1998 and 2001. This expansion included the removal of the Jesse Owens Track and lowered the field by 14 feet. Lowering the field allowed for additional rows of seating to be added. Furthermore, a 40 foot tall shell was added on the east and west sides of the stadium to allow the rim to be raised for an additional 17 rows of seats to be installed. A new video/scoreboard, 76 luxury suites and 2,500 club seats were also a part of this massive expansion project. Before the start of the 2007 season, the playing field was switched from grass to Fieldturf. Prior to the start of the 2012 season, a new 42 124-foot HD video/scoreboard was installed at Ohio Stadium as part of a $7 million improvement project that also includes a new audio system and LED ribbon boards. In 2013, Ohio State announced plans to add an additional 2,500 seats in the south endzone at Ohio Stadium. At a cost of $9 million and completed by 2014, the expansion project increased the seating capacity to 104,851, making Ohio Stadium the third largest stadium in college football. In March 2016 the univeristy announced plans to preserve and upgrade parts of the facility. This project includes concrete restoration around the stadium, removal of 2,600 seats after the 2018 season (replaced with new suite and loge seats in hte b-deck) and expansion of the univeristy suite areas. This $42 million project will return the seating capacity to 102,854 by 2020.

    With a winning percentage over .700, 37 conference titles and eight national titles, the latest in 2014, there is no doubt that Buckeye fans will continue to fill Ohio Stadium every Fall.

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    Lync Server 2013 network bandwidth requirements for media traffic #bandwidth #usage #chart


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    Network bandwidth requirements for media traffic in Lync Server 2013

    The bandwidth numbers in the previous table are based on 20ms packetization (50 packets per second) and for Siren and G.722 include the additional secure real-time transport protocol (SRTP) overhead from conferencing scenarios and assume the stream is 100% active. Forward Error Correction (FEC) is dynamically used when there is packet loss on the link to help maintain the quality of the audio stream.

    The stereo version of the G.722 codec is used by systems based on the Lync Room System, which enables stereo microphone capture to allow listeners to better distinguish multiple talkers in the meeting room.

    For video, the default codec is the H.264/MPEG-4 Part 10 Advanced Video Coding standard together with its scalable video coding extensions for temporal scalability. To maintain interoperability with Lync 2010 or Office Communicator 2007 R2 clients, the RTVideo codec is still used for peer-to-peer calls between Lync 2013 and legacy clients. In conference sessions with both, Lync 2013 and legacy clients the Lync 2013 endpoint may encode the video using both video codecs and send the H.264 bitstream to the Lync 2013 and the RTVideo bitstream to Lync 2010 or Office Communicator 2007 R2 clients.

    The bandwidth required depends on the resolution, quality, and frame rate. For each resolution, there are two interesting bit rates:

    Maximum payload bitrate This is the bitrate that a Lync 2013 endpoint will use for resolution at the maximum frame rate supported for this resolution. This value is interesting because it allows the highest quality and frame rate video.

    Minimum payload bitrate This is the bitrate below which a Lync 2013 endpoint will switch to the next lower resolution. In order to guarantee a certain resolution, the available video payload bitrate must not fall below this minimum bitrate for that resolution. This value is interesting so that you can understand the lowest value possible in cases where the maximum bitrate is not available or practical. For some users, such a low bitrate video might be considered an unacceptable video experience, so use caution when considering these minimum video payload bitrates. Note that for video scenes with little or no movement of the user the actual bitrate may temporarily also fall below the minimum bitrate.

    Lync 2013 supports many more resolutions. This allows you to better adjust to different network bandwidth and receiving client capabilities. In addition the default aspect ratio for Lync 2013 has been changed to 16:9. The 4:3 aspect ratio is still supported for webcams which don’t allow capture in 16:9 aspect ratio.

    Video Resolution Bandwidth

    Resolution and aspect ratio

    Maximum video payload bitrate (Kbps)

    Video FEC is included in the video payload bitrate when it is used so there are not separate values with video FEC and without video FEC.

    Endpoints do not stream audio or video packets continuously. Depending on the scenario there are different levels of stream activity which indicate how often packets are sent for a stream. The activity of a stream depends on the media and the scenario, and does not depend on the codec being used. In a peer-to-peer scenario:

    Endpoints send audio streams only when the users speak.

    Both participants receive audio streams.

    If video is used, both endpoints send and receive video streams during the entire call.

    For video scenes with little or no movement the actual bitrate may temporarily be very low as the video codec will skip encoding regions of the video without change.

    In a conferencing scenario:

    Endpoints send audio streams only when the users speak.

    All participants receive audio streams.

    If video is used, all participants can receive up to five receive video streams and one panoramic (for example, aspect ratio 20:3) video stream. By default the five receive video streams are based on active speaker history but users can also manually select the participants from which they want to receive a video stream.

    Each participant that turns on the user’s send video stream will send one or more video streams. Lync 2013 add the capability of sending up to five video streams to optimize the video quality for all the receiving clients. The actual number of video streams being sent is determined by the sender based on CPU capability, available uplink bandwidth, and the number of receiving clients requesting a certain video stream. The most common case is that one H.264 and one RTVideo video stream are being sent in case a legacy client joins the conference. Another common scenario is that several H.264 video streams (for example, with different video resolutions) are sent to accommodate different receiver requests.

    In addition to the bandwidth required for the real-time transport protocol (RTP) traffic for audio and video media, bandwidth is required for real-time transport control protocol (RTCP). RTCP is used for reporting statistics and out-of-band control of the RTP stream. For planning, use the bandwidth numbers in the following table for RTCP traffic. These values represent the maximum bandwidth used for RTCP and differ between audio and video streams because of differences in the control data

    RTCP Bandwidth

    RTCP maximum bandwidth (Kbps)

    For capacity planning purposes, the following two bandwidths are of interest:

    Maximum bandwidth without FEC The maximum bandwidth that a stream will consume, including the typical activity of the stream and the typical codec used in the scenario without FEC. This is the bandwidth when the stream is at 100% activity and there is no packet loss triggering the use of FEC. This is interesting for computing how much bandwidth must be allocated to allow the codec to be used in a given scenario.

    Maximum bandwidth with FEC The maximum bandwidth that a stream consumes, including the typical activity of the stream and the typical codec used in the scenario with FEC. This is the bandwidth when the stream is at 100% activity and there is packet loss triggering the use of FEC to improve quality. This is interesting for computing how much bandwidth must be allocated to allow the codec to be used in a given scenario and allow the use of FEC to preserve quality under packet-loss conditions.

    The following tables also list an additional bandwidth value, Typical bandwidth. This is the average bandwidth that a stream consumes, including the typical activity of the stream and the typical codec used in the scenario. This bandwidth can be used for approximating how much bandwidth at any given time is being consumed by media traffic but should not be used for capacity planning, because individual calls will exceed this value when the activity level is higher than average. The typical video stream bandwidth in the tables below is based on a mix of different video resolutions as observed in measured customer data. For example, in peer-to-peer sessions a majority of users would use the default video render window whereas some percentage of users would increase or maximize the Lync application to allow higher video resolutions.

    The following tables provide these three bandwidth values for the various scenarios.

    Audio/Video Capacity Planning for Peer-to-Peer Sessions

    Typical stream bandwidth (Kbps)

    For the main video the typical and maximum stream bandwidth is the aggregated bandwidth over all received video streams and over all send video streams respectively. Even with multiple video streams the typical video bandwidth is smaller than in the peer-to-peer scenario because many video conferences are using content sharing that leads to much smaller video windows and thus smaller video resolutions. The maximum supported aggregated video payload bandwidth is 8000 Kbps for both, send and receive streams which would be used e.g. if there are two incoming 1920x1080p video streams.

    The typical stream bandwidth for panoramic video is based on currently available devices that only stream up to 960×144 panoramic video. Once devices with 1920×288 panoramic video become available the typical stream bandwidth is expected to increase.

    Audio Capacity Planning for PSTN

    Typical stream bandwidth (Kbps)


    Assets – States Vehicle Policy Chart #cheaper #car #insurance


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    States’ Vehicle Asset Policies in SNAP

    Because of the outdated nature of the SNAP Policies, new legislation allows for States to create their own policies. There has been a strong effort to re-structure vehicle policies.

    States are now allowed to use SNAP with the method for valuing vehicles that the state has established under a TANF/MOE-funded cash or non-cash assistance program so long as it is not more restrictive than federal SNAP rules.

    Alternatively, states may employ in SNAP the vehicle asset rule from a TANF/MOE-funded benefit or service program for households that are authorized to receive that TANF/MOE benefit. Under the SNAP, households that receive TANF/MOE-funded benefits are categorically eligible for SNAP benefits and do not have to meet the SNAP asset test in order to receive benefits. In some states, all food stamp households are eligible for the TANF/MOE-funded benefit program. In others, only a small number of households are eligible for the services. For households that do not receive such benefits, the state must apply an alternative vehicle policy. They may use federal SNAP rules or import the rule from a TANF/MOE-funded assistance program.

    These new policy options have given states that ability to craft vehicle asset rules in SNAP that work best for them. It also gives states the ability to make the rules consistent with other programs, such as TANF and Medicaid, ensuring that the SNAP rules do not work against other programs’ goals.


    Assets – States Vehicle Policy Chart #buying #a #new #car


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    States’ Vehicle Asset Policies in SNAP

    Because of the outdated nature of the SNAP Policies, new legislation allows for States to create their own policies. There has been a strong effort to re-structure vehicle policies.

    States are now allowed to use SNAP with the method for valuing vehicles that the state has established under a TANF/MOE-funded cash or non-cash assistance program so long as it is not more restrictive than federal SNAP rules.

    Alternatively, states may employ in SNAP the vehicle asset rule from a TANF/MOE-funded benefit or service program for households that are authorized to receive that TANF/MOE benefit. Under the SNAP, households that receive TANF/MOE-funded benefits are categorically eligible for SNAP benefits and do not have to meet the SNAP asset test in order to receive benefits. In some states, all food stamp households are eligible for the TANF/MOE-funded benefit program. In others, only a small number of households are eligible for the services. For households that do not receive such benefits, the state must apply an alternative vehicle policy. They may use federal SNAP rules or import the rule from a TANF/MOE-funded assistance program.

    These new policy options have given states that ability to craft vehicle asset rules in SNAP that work best for them. It also gives states the ability to make the rules consistent with other programs, such as TANF and Medicaid, ensuring that the SNAP rules do not work against other programs’ goals.


    Assets – States Vehicle Policy Chart #value #of #used #car


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    States’ Vehicle Asset Policies in SNAP

    Because of the outdated nature of the SNAP Policies, new legislation allows for States to create their own policies. There has been a strong effort to re-structure vehicle policies.

    States are now allowed to use SNAP with the method for valuing vehicles that the state has established under a TANF/MOE-funded cash or non-cash assistance program so long as it is not more restrictive than federal SNAP rules.

    Alternatively, states may employ in SNAP the vehicle asset rule from a TANF/MOE-funded benefit or service program for households that are authorized to receive that TANF/MOE benefit. Under the SNAP, households that receive TANF/MOE-funded benefits are categorically eligible for SNAP benefits and do not have to meet the SNAP asset test in order to receive benefits. In some states, all food stamp households are eligible for the TANF/MOE-funded benefit program. In others, only a small number of households are eligible for the services. For households that do not receive such benefits, the state must apply an alternative vehicle policy. They may use federal SNAP rules or import the rule from a TANF/MOE-funded assistance program.

    These new policy options have given states that ability to craft vehicle asset rules in SNAP that work best for them. It also gives states the ability to make the rules consistent with other programs, such as TANF and Medicaid, ensuring that the SNAP rules do not work against other programs’ goals.


    Dupli-Color Paint Shop Color Chart #prime #choice #auto #parts


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    Dupli-Color Paint Shop Color Chart

    Description

    Did you always want to accomplish a professional re-finish for your ride, right in your garage? Then it is time now to realize that dream. Pick up the Dupli-Color PaintShop Color Chart and get started. PaintShop paints are an all-time favorite with automobile enthusiasts all over the world.

    PaintShop is a premium lacquer system that is designed specifically for automobiles. Easy to use and quick to dry, it is a unanimous choice of many who are looking for a DIY system coupled with a professional look.

    Dupli-Color is the brand that is popular for color and painting options. Since 1938, Duplicolor has been offering an innovative collection of paints, coatings and primers. With many specialized painting options, Duplicolor clearly stands out as a winner in the crowd of automotive paints. Dupli-Color paints are resilient and well-equipped to stand the test of time. The paints boast of being easier to apply and are perfect for the DIY project that you have long been keeping aside.

    The lacquer is pre-reduced, which makes it ready to spray. With no necessity of mixing and reducing, these paints are definitely a trouble-free option to traditional paints that can get really messy. What’s more, they are environment friendly too.

    The quick drying feature enables you to finish your project in no time and ready to use. With three hours handle time and a flat one hour dry-to-touch time, it is nothing less than tempting to re-finish and vroom away. Further, the paints do not have a recoat window, which means that you can apply the subsequent coat at any time you want.

    The line of PaintShop products include colors, primer, mid-coats (optional), clear coats and candy coats – everything you will ever need to fashion a custom paint job. The candy coats specially give you the much sought after, professional-looking deep metallic color for less than half the price of an expert work. The translucent coat buffs up the metallic surface and helps you achieve the effect you are looking for.

    The color chart helps you choose from a wide range of colors, mid coats, primer, clear coats and candy coats. The exact paint chips help in choosing the color of your choice. But when you have the Dupli-Color PaintShop Color Chart in your hand, a word of caution – you will be spoiled with choices.

    Key Features of the Dupli-Color PaintShop Color Chart:

    • Paint Chips: that give you accurate color matching to suit your choice

    Auto paint color chart #advantage #auto


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    Color

    At PPG color is dynamic. It is personal. It can influence consumers and define an automobile. It can set one vehicle apart from its competition.

    Enviro-Prime EPIC

    PPG’s Enviro-Prime EPIC electrocoat is the 8th generation of innovative automotive electrocoat products and uses a metal-free catalyst to address environmental and conflict mineral concerns.

    B1:B2

    Compact paint processes such as the B1:B2 system from PPG generate substantial savings. The B1 layer provides primer-like filling, chip resistance and durability protection. The B2 layer provides color and additional durability.

    Andaro

    PPG’s Andaro provides the high chroma and color saturation associated with organic dyes, but in a durable pigment that passes OEM specifications, making it suitable for use in traditional automotive paint shops.