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The European Spine Journal is used as a platform, where films of surgical techniques and procedures are available. These are films for the subscribers of the European Spine Journal, which are available online. These surgical films are all edited according to the same script and shall be considered as standardized teaching and learning material for surgeons in training and for established surgeons as refresher. The films are presented in the European Spine Journal in the form of structured printed abstracts, which will be indexed like any other article in the journal, and provide to the authors the impact factor (IF) of the journal and to the subscribers ultimately CME points (in preparation). All the classical procedures in spine surgery shall finally be available in a video library in the OOT, and shall all be free for subscribers. The structured script shall guarantee the educational value of the material. The plan is that at least three to four times per year an issue contains 4 abstracts for corresponding films in the OOT. In the abstract it is indicated on which web address the film can be accessed with the subscribers user name and password.
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"Wash." Autograph manuscript in blue ink, 8 pages; autograph manuscript in blue ink, 12 pages; ribbon typescript with autograph corrections, 22 pages. Three early drafts of short story first published in 1934 and subsequently incorporated into Absalom, Absalom!."These manuscripts are so physically beautiful to me I'd like to frame each one and hang them, like pieces of art, on my wall." LDB
Some observers have tried to discern an "Obama Doctrine" in the first months of the Obama administration. E. J. Dionne (2009) of the Washington Post wrote in April that, "The Obama Doctrine is a form of realism unafraid to deploy American power but mindful that its use must be tempered by practical limits and a dose of self-awareness". Others have pointed similarly to elements of an emerging "Obama Doctrine": legalism, muí tila teralism, a measure of humility in the projection of American power around the world. On the other hand, David Sanger (2009) of the New York Times described Obama's foreign-policy approach as more of an "anti-Bush doctrine" than an affirmative grand strategy on its own. The Times rightly points out that it is risky to try to identify a clear policy framework after just a few months of a new presidency. After all, they point out, "anyone who tried to discern one 77 days into the Bush administration in 2001, months before the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, would have gotten it completely wrong". After all, Bush had campaigned in 2000 against exactly the kind of "nation-building" that his administration tried to achieve in Iraq. I think the Times'% description of an "anti-Bush doctrine" gets us closer to the truth, although as I will explain, I arrive at this conclusión for different reasons. 041b061a72