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In the mid-1980s, Roland released the now-famous TR-707 and TR-727 Rhythm Composers. Loved deeply by groove-minded musicians the world over, these machines have been the beating heart of a wide range of styles including synth pop, acid house, techno, industrial, electro, and experimental. Now, the sound of these classic rhythm machines, with every nuance accounted for, can be injected into your TR-8, taking the whole experience to an entirely new level.




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Before operating a motor vehicle on the public highways of New York State you must obtain a certificate of registration and decal for each motor vehicle subject to the highway use tax. A motor vehicle includes any:


Each carrier must apply to the Tax Department for a certificate of registration. You must keep the certificate of registration at your regular place of business.If you only occasionally operate a motor vehicle in New York State, you do not have to register and file HUT returns. Instead, you can get a trip certificate of registration from:


An AFC certificate of registration is required for any truck, trailer, semitrailer, or other attached device transporting automotive fuel and having a gross weight in excess of 18,000 pounds. If a tractor transporting automotive fuel trailers has been issued a HUT certificate of registration, that tractor does not need a separate AFC certificate.When the unloaded weight method is used, an AFC certificate of registration is required for any truck with an unloaded weight of more than 8,000 pounds.Automotive fuel includes:


Order your temporary HUT and AFC credentials online at OSCAR or through a permit service company approved by the Tax Department. Print Form TR-8, Temporary Credential or Receipt of Application, and carry it in the motor vehicle until the Tax Department issues a certificate of registration and decal.


Even if you lease a vehicle from someone else or have control over a vehicle owned by someone else, and the owner (lessor) already has a certificate of registration and decal for the vehicle, you (lessee) may need to get a certificate of registration and decal for that vehicle. The registration is valid only during the term of the lease or agreement.


The Tax Department may require carriers to renew their certificates of registration once a year. At the time of renewal, the department will issue new certificates of registration and decals to replace any outstanding certificates of registration and decals.


If license plate information changes or the gross or unloaded weight of a motor vehicle increases, you must submit the revised information to the Tax Department. When we receive the revised information, we will issue you a new certificate of registration at no charge.


In other months, you must cancel the current certificate and apply for a new certificate reflecting the decrease in the gross or unloaded weight of the vehicle. There is no cost for a new certificate of registration.


The New York State Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) will not renew the registration or transfer the registered ownership of any motor vehicle that was subject to the HUT unless the Tax Department provides a Certificate of Tax Clearance. The Tax Department will not issue this certificate until the taxpayer pays all of his or her outstanding highway use tax liability.


If you need Form MT-370.1 or MT-370.2, Certificate of Tax Clearance, call (518) 457-5735.Caution: When purchasing a used vehicle that was previously registered for the HUT, be sure to obtain Form MT-370.1 before completing the purchase. If the seller owes any monies or has delinquent HUT returns, you will not be able to register the vehicle with DMV.


Note: A Tax Bulletin is an informational document designed to provide general guidance in simplified language on a topic of interest to taxpayers. It is accurate as of the date issued. However, taxpayers should be aware that subsequent changes in the Tax Law or its interpretation may affect the accuracy of a Tax Bulletin. The information provided in this document does not cover every situation and is not intended to replace the law or change its meaning.


Each custom skin is finished with a textured scratch resistant laminate that provides protection for the life of your product. Our overlay decals are designed to fit over your Roland TR-8 without interfering with knobs, buttons or sensors. Like all of our skins, our custom Roland TR-8 Skins come backed by our 100% money back satisfaction guarantee!


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Engineering Committee TR-8 formulates and maintains standards for private radio communications systems and equipment for both voice and data applications. TR-8 addresses all technical matters for systems and services, including definitions, interoperability, compatibility and compliance requirements. The types of systems addressed by these standards include business and industrial dispatch applications, as well as public safety (such as police, ambulance and fire fighting) applications.


Much of the work of the committee relates to the formulation of TIA-102 Series standards for APCO Project 25 (PDF). These are standards sponsored by the Association of Public-Safety Officials International (APCO), the National Association of State Telecommunications Directors (NASTD) and agencies of the federal government. Project 25 standards are developed to provide digital voice and data communications systems suited for public-safety and first-responder applications.


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The SMBJ series are designed to protect sensitive equipment against electrostatic discharges according to IEC 61000-4-2 and MIL STD 883, method 3015, and electrical overstress according to IEC 61000-4-4 and 5. This device is more generally used against surges below 600 W (10/1000 μs).


You should check your email regularly (as well as the class webpage) for updates, announcements, corrections, etc. You are responsiblefor any announcements made in class even if you did not attend. I suggestthat you exchange phone numbers and/or e-mail addresses with other studentsin the class.


It is understood that students enrolled in this class will have taken at aminimum Political Science 110 (Introduction to American Politics); PoliticalScience 200 (Political Inquiry); and Political Science 300, 310, 330, 350 or 370(Theories of ________). Thus, I expect all students to have a workingknowledge of American politics, how to write (a paper), and how to identify,apply and test theories. If you havenot taken these courses, take this course after you have. Without theseprerequisites, it will be more difficult to succeed in this course. It will also be of great benefit to have taken Economics 110 or Political Science205; and any political science course that has covered some of the subjectmatter (Political Science 313, 314, 315, 316, 318).


I actively encourage questions,interruptions, cries for help, protests of disbelief, etc. You will never be penalized for participating--even when this takes the form of vague complaints like, "I've got no clue why we are reading this stuff!" I urge--indeed, I expect--you to take advantage of the chance to talk with me during office hours.


The research project determines most of the class grade. The research projectfor this class will be to apply theories that we read in class to a 2002 U.S. SenateElection (i.e. a case study). In short, you will analyze how money affects the particular Senate race. After showing how money affected (or not) the Senaterace, you will argue whether this means that the campaign finance system shouldbe changed, and how.In the 2002 election, there were 12 races that were decided by 10 points or less, and several more that attracted the attention of parties and interest groups. Comparedto all other campaigns (except Presidential campaigns), Senateraces also attract more attention of the press, so it will be (relatively) easierto track down evidence to (dis)confirm various theories. The class is set up to accomodate this research project, as many of the theories to be applied will becovered in the first half of the semester. Each student will examine a different race, and will need to choose the race within the first couple weeks.If you want to do some other project, then you should discuss it with me as soon as possible. For example, you could apply the theories to a piece of (potential)legislation, but you would most likely need to have inside information about how(moneyed) interests affected legislation at early stages.All assignments are due at the beginning of class. If you cannot make it to class, please leave the assignment with the department secretaries (in the Political Science office--745 SWKT) before class begins. You may alsosubmit your assignments via email (as an attachment). I will deduct a 10 points per day (including weekends) for late papers (on a 100 point scale).That said, I am a reasonable person; if you anticipate a problem with submitting the assignment when it is due, speak to me before the assignment is due so that we can try to work out an alternative arrangement.The assignments may be picked up in the Political Science office (745 SWKT) afterthey are graded. The papers will be discarded at the end of the Summer 2003term. 041b061a72


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