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What is "Room 237" really about? On the surface, Rodney Ascher's documentary exhibits the theories a few obsessive fans have put forward to reveal what they think Stanley Kubrick's "The Shining" is really about. According to them, Kubrick stashed "hidden meanings" in the vacancies, hallways, ballrooms, bathrooms, walk-in storage areas and hedge-mazes of the Overlook Hotel in his 1980 horror film.
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The following are classroom diagrams for all of the smaller classrooms on campus. If you are looking for the large lecture halls and their COVID-19 flow diagrams, visit our page dedcated to those. Please note that all capacities noted represent the number of students seated in the room, each room has space for an instructor at the front of the room in conjunction with the podium and dependent on room size may also have space for a teaching assistant.
Pod Style Bathrooms - There are multiple pod bathrooms on the floor that are shared by everyone on the floor. Each bathroom is for a single occupant at a time but it becomes available for anyone when unoccupied. Each bathroom contains a sink, shower, changing area and toilet.
Testicular torsion is a challenging and time-sensitive diagnosis that is encountered frequently in daily practice, especially in the emergency room. A thorough history, the presence of a painful and swollen testis and testicular ultrasonography plays a vital role in the prompt diagnosis of testicular torsion. Prompt diagnosis is essential to prevent complications of testicular torsion which include testicular infarction, necrosis, and sub/infertility. This can be challenging as there are various other conditions that may mimic the presentation of testicular torsion. Since testicular torsion is an extremely time-sensitive diagnosis, it may also be a subject of many medicolegal challenges. This review article serves as a guide for clinicians involved with the diagnosis and management of testicular torsion. We review and discuss detection and management strategies based on their validity, statistical significance, and effectiveness in enabling prompt diagnosis and management of testicular torsion. Medicolegal implications of testicular torsion are also highlighted.
This 3-bedroom plus den, 3.5-bath luxury half-duplex has 3,600 square feet of designer living space spread over three levels. In a quiet residential neighborhood with ample free parking, it's only six blocks to Lift 1A, one block to free bus, and four blocks to parks and downtown core.
The main floor features a gourmet open kitchen with 6-burner stove, gas fireplace, Sub-Zero refrigerator, bar with stools, and dining for up to 10 people. Nearby is a large deck with views of Aspen and Shadow Mountains, and a small bedroom/sitting room. The living room/library has another gas fireplace, wonderfully comfortable seating with flatscreen TV, and reading/game furnishings. Located off the kitchen is a nanny room with a twin day bed.
The spacious terrace-level great room sports an exercise room with treadmill, classic pool table, wet bar with fridge, large sitting area with fireplace and TV, and a walk-out patio with fire pit, private hot tub, and private back yard. Two downstairs guest rooms each feature double vanity baths; 1st has soaking tub, 2nd has steam shower.
The top-level master bedroom features cozy seating with flatscreen TV, gas fireplace and small deck. Master bath has dual vanities, Jacuzzi tub, steam shower, and separate w/c. Also upstairs is an office/sitting loft with a large outdoor deck and views of Shadow and Red Mountains.
Using a tunable diode-laser spectrometer, N 2-broadening coefficients have been measured for 15 lines in the ν3 band of C 32S 2 at room and low temperatures (298, 273.2, 248.2, 223.2, and 198.2 K). These lines with J values ranging from 2 to 62 are located in the spectral range 1519-1545 cm -1. The collisional widths are obtained by fitting each measured spectral line with a Voigt and a Rautian lineshape model and for a few lines we also used a Galatry model. From these results, we have determined the n parameter of the temperature dependence of each broadening coefficient. A semiclassical calculation of these broadenings has been performed by considering in addition to the main electrostatic quadrupole-quadrupole interaction an anisotropic dispersion contribution leading to satisfactory results at all temperatures and providing the n temperature dependence parameter in good agreement with the experimental determination.
(A84-91)This Record Sub-Group contains glass negatives created by the University of Missouri School of Journalism. Subject matter of these glass-plate negatives include: MU Journalism Week, athletic teams and games, classroom interiors, dining halls, student rooms, scenes on Francis Quadrangle, campus buildings, Farmers' Fair, Hobo Day, May Day, women's stunts, upperclassmen hazing Freshmen, St. Patrick's celebration, Christian College activities, Boone County courthouse, scenes in downtown Columbia, student activities and scenes, and University events such as Commencements. Photographs of early School of Journalism presses and typesetting machinery are also included. Numerous unidentified people make up many of the images.
Env 2 - Interior of a student room with banners visible for Lindenwood, Belmont, Lambda Mu and Beta Sigma Omicron Env 3 - Interior of a student room with furnishings Env 4 - Women in a classroom, possibly home economics Env 5 - Student's room; Coca-Cola calendar on wall reads March 1911 Env 6 - Student room; banners and pillows from Tau Phi Gamma, Delta Upsilon, Normal and Stern; rocking chair has "Mary Reckwel" carved in headrest Env 7 - Classroom or library setting Env 8 - Back view of a line of seated female students [Note: image used at top of page]Env 9 - A building's interior hall and parlor Env 10 - Interior student room and sitting area Env 11 - Three men talking, Journalism Week, n.d.Env 12 - Group of women, Journalism Week, 1912 Env 13 - Group of women, Journalism Week, 1912 Env 14 - Man standing with copy of the Florissant News, Journalism Week, 1912 Env 15 - Two men talking, Journalism Week Env 16 - Man with walking stick Env 17 - Three men, Journalism Week, 1912 Env 18 - Three men, Journalism Week, 1912 Env 19 - Walter Williams (Dean, School of Journalism) at writing desk; also appears in 1911 SavitarEnv 20 - Journalism classroom, students at typewriters (Note: also contains copy negative) Env 21 - Walter Williams at writing desk (Note: also contains copy negative and also appeared in 1911 Savitar)Env 22 - Journalism class (Note: also contains copy negatives) Env 23 - Journalism class and studentsEnv 24 - Switzler Hall covered in ivy Env 25 - Exterior of a large house Env 26 - Group of men posing, including Walter Williams, possibly Journalism Week, 1912 Env 27 - Two men, Journalism Week, 1912 Env 28 - Group of people with two children posing, possibly "Daddy Defoe" and Journalism Week, 1912Env 29 - Exterior of a large house Env 30 - Group at Journalism Week, 1912 Env 31 - Two men, Journalism Week, 1912 Env 32 - Three men, Journalism Week, 1912 Env 33 - Large group posed in front of Switzler Hall, Journalism Week 1912 Env 34 - Two men, Journalism Week, ca. 1912Env 35 - Group of men posed, Journalism Week, 1912 Env 36 - Four men posed, Journalism Week, 1912 Env 37 - Group of men posed, Journalism Week, 1912 Env 38 - Group of men, Journalism Week, 1912 Env 39 - Two men, Journalism Week, 1912 Env 40 - Group of men, Journalism Week, 1912 Env 41 - Group of men, Journalism Week, 1912 Env 42 - Women's field hockey team, ca. 1913 (Note: appeared on page 299 of 1913 Savitar)Env 43 - Grandstand at Rollins Field Env 44 - Switzler Hall with Journalism banner (Note: copy negative also included)Env 45 - [missing] Env 46 - Sidewalk of Francis Quadrangle (Note: looking north) Env 47 - Swallow Hall Env 48 - [missing] Env 49 - [missing] Env 50 - [missing] Env 51 - Jesse Hall and the Columns Env 52 - Hinkson Creek, possibly Lover's LeapEnv 53 - Francis Quadrangle and Pickard Hall Env 54 - Columns Env 55 - Francis Quadrangle FF 1 - Prints of various negatives within Box 1Box 2
Env 56 - Campus snow scene Env 57 - Classroom with students (Note: contains print and negative copies as well)Env 58 - Football game (Note: broken with large section missing) Env 59 - Classroom Env 60 - Building interior Env 61 - Building interior Env 62 - People including Dean of Journalism School Walter Williams on Switzler Hall steps, Journalism Week, 1912 Env 63 - Group of men, women and children posed, Journalism Week, 1912 Env 64 - People including Dean of Journalism School Walter Williams on Switzler Hall steps, Journalism Week, 1912 Env 65 - Group of women on Switzler Hall steps Env 66 - Walter Williams and another man on Switzler Hall steps Env 67 - Group of men, Walter Williams on leftEnv 68 - Three men posed Env 69 - Band posed in front of Switzler HallEnv 70 - [missing] Env 71 - [missing] Env 72 - [missing]Env 73 - Women with horse and fortune teller, possibly County FairEnv 74 - Women with horse and fortune teller, possibly County Fair Env 75 - Women cooking outside with "Texas" banner visible Env 76 - Interior of a building Env 77 - Interior of a building Env 78 - Women in costume at booth in gym with sign saying "get your drinks at the Dutch;" Group of women in costume with pillow that says "HHS--here's to the college whose colors we wear" (Note: also includes copy negatives) Env 79 - Women in Asian costumes at booth in gym Env 80 - Women in costumes in posed line Env 81 - Man with a group of women posed on steps Env 82 - Man with a group of women posed on steps Env 83 - 1911 Women's Basketball Team from Christian College Env 84 - Football team picture Env 85 - Men's track and field team Env 86 - Downtown Columbia, Walnut Street and Eighth Street looking east, with Guitar Building under construction Env 87 - Men's track and field team Env 88 - Men's track and field team Env 89 - Member of men's track and field team Env 90 - House exterior under construction Env 91 - Interior kitchen of University Dining Club (Note: see Savitar 1912 article on University Dining Club) Env 92 - University Dining Club interior kitchen with waiters (Note: see Savitar 1912 article on University Dining Club and envelope includes a copy negative) Env 93 - Track and field action shots: sprints (Note: includes copy negatives) Env 94 - Track and field action shots: hurdles Env 95 - Mock trial, possibly at Jesse Hall Env 96 - Five students, possibly at Jesse HallEnv 97 - Football team member - inscription "Dobbie" Env 98 - Football team member Env 99 - Group of men Env 100 - Medical student class with cadavers (Note includes a copy negative) Env 101 - Store interior, possibly soda fountain Env 102 - Two men (Note: corner of glass negative is broken) Env 103 - Two men plus Walter Williams Env 104 - Group of men Env 105 - Four men Env 106 - Group of men and women Env 107 - Flag ceremony in front of Laws Observatory (Note: includes a copy negative) Env 108 - Group of women, possibly Journalism Week, 1912 Env 109 - Flag ceremony in front of Laws Observatory (Note: corner of glass negative is broken) Env 110 - Group posed on the steps of Switzler Hall, probably Journalism Week Env 111 - Group of women sitting on grass, probably Journalism WeekFF 1 - Prints of various negatives within Box 2 2b1af7f3a8