The Rolex Daytona 126508 is an exquisite timepiece that has skyrocketed in popularity over the last couple of years. The once unaccepted Rolex Daytona collection has made giant strides since its early days of inception. Buyers enjoy the 126508 because of the yellow gold case, and the time-tested calibre 4131 in-house COSC certified movement.
The 126508 is engineered with a 40mm yellow gold case, Oyster bracelet, yellow gold bezel, and sapphire crystal. As far as accuracy goes the 126508 is in great hands with the 4131 calibre. The 126508 is accurate up to +/-2 seconds per day, holds a power reserve of 72 hours, has a bi-directional rotor, and comes fitted with at Paramagnetic blue Parachrom hairspring to reduce magnetic interference. Overall the Rolex Daytona 126508 is a very attractive luxury chronograph for any horological enthusiast.
The Rolex Cosmograph Daytona 126508-0006 was introduced in 2023. This Daytona has a yellow gold case crowned by a yellow gold bezel with engraved tachymeter scale. This watch is powered by the updated caliber 4131. The dial is Champagne. This Daytona is fitted with an Oyster bracelet
Hudson, New York: The Olan Partnership / Cornell University Press, 2009. Hardbound. Olive green cloth on boards with copper lettering, color pictorial dust jacket, 96 pp, many color images. VG+. Item #126508 ISBN: 9780801448430 From the publisher: "The site is the result of a careful study of the river-banks, and commands so many views of varied beauty, that all the glories of the Hudson may be said to circle it."--H. W. French, Art and Artists in Connecticut,1879. In 1609, Henry Hudson sailed up the river that now bears his name. The exhibition and its accompanying publication Glories of the Hudson: Frederic Edwin Church's Views from Olana mark the quadricentennial of his discovery by highlighting Frederic Church's sketches of the prospect from his hilltop home overlooking the river. Church made his first sketch of the Hudson River and Catskill Mountains from Red Hill -the south end of the property that became his home, Olana - in 1845, on a sketching expedition suggested by his teacher Thomas Cole. Returning to the Hudson Valley in 1860 as the nation's most famous and best-paid artist, Church settled on a farm on the lower slope of the Sienghenbergh, securing for himself and his new wife a splendid vantage point for studying, sketching, and painting the river. Church continued to add land to his property, attaining new and varied vistas of the river, and crowned the estate with a Persian-inspired house designed to frame splendid views of the Hudson River and Catskill Mountains. Church never tired of his views of the river, documenting his passion for the Hudson in paintings, oil sketches, and drawings. From Olana, he observed the transformations wrought by the changing seasons, weather, and light, capturing chilly winter snows, brilliant sunsets, and passing storms in sketches executed with a few brushstrokes or autumn colors and clear winter light in more finished easel paintings. The best of these are reproduced here, in eighty-three illustrations, sixty-nine in full color, some of them published for the first time. The essay by Evelyn D. Trebilcock and Valerie A. Balint, the introduction by Kenneth John Myers, and the foreword by John K. Howat together provide an absorbing narrative of the development of the Hudson River School and its most successful artist. The Olana Partnership, Hudson, New York, and New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Albany, New York, organized Glories of the Hudson: Frederic Edwin Church's Views from Olana, held from May 23 to October 12, 2009.
We are using 1.9.12+ and I have a professor who is using books. she has a test that is labeled test and links to a test. She now has an ADA request for additional time for one student. Creating separate groups would be the solution, but I am not sure how to set up an activity for groups within a book. I have attached a screen shot of the book page with the test label linked to a test: Http://Moodle.lcu.edu...?id=126508 , but the second test set for a separate goup would link to: Http://Moodle.lcu.edu...?id=1265011.
N1 - Funding Information:SCB reports grants from the NIH, Merck, Pfizer, Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, RRF Foundation for Aging, Lundbeck, and Eli Lilly through her institution; and personal fees from Gilead, Sanofi, Pfizer, University of Westminster, Lundbeck, and Luto outside the submitted work. All other authors report no conflict of interest. Funding Information:This work was supported by grants from the National Institutes of Health (R01NR015444, R01AG030611, R01AG046352, R01DK110172, R01HL126508, P01AG011412, P30AG059988, R01HL140580, R01AG070212, R01AG070013), with institutional support from UL1TR001422. The funding agency played no role in the study design, collection of data, analysis or interpretation of data. Publisher Copyright: 2022 Lippincott Williams and Wilkins. All rights reserved. 041b061a72