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Styx & Foreigner Concert Tickets at Winnavegas Casino on July 19,2014
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In August xxxx Nissan announced its plans to launch several driverless cars by xxxx. The company is building in Japan a dedicated autonomous driving proving ground, to be completed in xxxx. Nissan installed its autonomous car technology in a Nissan Leaf all-electric car for demonstration purposes. The car was demonstrated at Nissan 360 test drive event held in California in August xxxx.[75][76] In September xxxx, the Leaf fitted the prototype Advanced Driver Assistance System was granted a license plate that allows to drive it on Japanese public roads. The testing car will be used by Nissan engineers to evaluate how its in-house autonomous driving software performs in the real world. Time spent on public roads will help refine the car?s software for fully automated driving.[77] The autonomous Leaf was demonstrated on public roads for the first time at a media event held in Japan in November xxxx. The Leaf drove on the Sagami Expressway in Kanagawa prefecture, near Tokyo. Nissan vice chairman Toshiyuki Shiga and the prefecture?s Governor, Yuji Kuroiwa, rode in the car during the test.[78][79]Nissan has also had a number of ventures outside the automotive industry, most notably the Tu?Ka mobile phone service (est. xxxx), which was sold to DDI and Japan Telecom (both now merged into KDDI Corporation) in xxxx. Nissan offers a subscription-based telematics service in select vehicles to drivers in Japan, called CarWings. Nissan also owns Nissan Marine, a joint venture with Tohatsu Corp that produces motors for smaller boats and other maritime equipment.Jane Joseph (xxxx?xxxx) was an English composer, arranger and teacher of music, whose potential was noticed by the composer Gustav Holst when he taught her composition at St Paul's Girls' School. She acted as his amanuensis from xxxx, when he was composing The Planets, and thereafter assisted him with transcriptions, arrangements and translations, and with the organisation of music festivals. Many of her works were composed for performance at these festivals, but most were not published and have been lost. Two early short orchestral pieces were published and critically praised, and two of her choral works were admired in her day but have rarely been performed since. Her carol "A Little Childe There is Ibore" was thought by Holst to be among the best of its kind. A respected teacher of music, one of her pupils was Holst's daughter Imogen. Joseph was also an active member of the Society of Women Musicians. Her early, unexpected death was judged by her contemporaries as a considerable loss to English music. As of xxxx there are no commercial recordings of her music, but there have been occasional broadcast performances. (Full article...) Nissan Motors vs. Nissan Computer is a court case involving a lengthy legal dispute between the two parties over usage of the name Nissan and the domain name nissan.com.[1] The case has received national attention in the U.S.Beginning in the late xxxxs, Datsun began progressively fitting its cars with small "Nissan" and "Datsun by Nissan" badges. The company eventually changed its branding at 1,100 Datsun dealerships. In autumn xxxx, Datsun announced that its name would be changed in the United States.[5] Between xxxx and xxxx, the company transitioned from its "Datsun, We Are Driven!" to its "The Name is Nissan" campaign.[6] Five years after the name change program was over, cars in some export markets continued to display badges bearing both names and Datsun still remained more familiar than Nissan.[6][7]In xxxx, Uzi Nissan founded Nissan Foreign Car, an automobile service, in Raleigh, North Carolina.[8][9] In xxxx, Uzi Nissan founded Nissan International, Ltd, an import/export company that traded primarily in heavy equipment and computers.[10] On May 14, xxxx, Uzi Nissan founded Nissan Computer Corporation, which provides sales and service of personal computers, servers, and computer parts, as well as internet hosting and development. Nissan Computer registered nissan.com for its use on June 4, xxxx, five years prior to Nissan Motor Corporation's interest in the domain.[9][1]Nissan Motors considered Nissan Computer's use of the name to be trademark dilution, and laid claim to the domain by alleging cyber squatting. However, Nissan Computer was named after its owner, Uzi Nissan.[11][12][13] Following the outcome of the case, Nissan Motors uses the name nissanusa.com for its U.S. website.[14]Nissan Motor Manufacturing (UK) Ltd, or NMUK, is a car manufacturing plant in Washington, City of Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, United Kingdom. It is owned and operated by the European division of Japanese car manufacturer Nissan. It has been active since xxxx. It was built upon the former Usworth Airfield. The plaque in the main reception reads, Nissan Washington opened in xxxx.NMUK is located in Washington,Tyne & Wear, in North East England, it's built on the former Sunderland Airport. It's next to the A19 and Axxxx Sunderland Highway trunk roads. The factory is adjacent to the UK Nissan Distribution Centre (NDS) and has a number of on-site suppliers. The landscaped NMUK site incorporates conservation areas, such as ponds, lakes and woodland, and currently has 10 onsite wind turbines, producing up to 10% of the energy required for the plant. The site is located 5 miles from Port of Tyne where international distribution is based.In February xxxx, Nissan under the leadership of Takashi Ishihara President of Nissan from xxxx to xxxx and the Government signed an agreement to build a car plant in the UK. The following month, a 799-acre (3.23 km2) greenfield site in Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, was chosen. As an incentive, the land was offered to Nissan at agricultural prices; around £1,800 per acre. The North East region of England had recently undergone a period of industrial decline, with the closure of most of the shipyards on the Wear and Tyne, and the closure of many coal mines on the once prosperous Durham coalfield. The high unemployment this caused meant Nissan had a large, eager, manufacturing-skilled workforce to draw upon. The site, once the Sunderland Airfield (formerly RAF Usworth), was close to ports on the Wear and Tyne, within easy driving distance of the international Newcastle Airport, and close to major trunk roads such as the A1 and A19. The established company became known as Nissan Motor Manufacturing (UK) Ltd, or NMUK. A ground breaking ceremony took place in July, and work began on the site in November xxxx, by building contractors Sir Robert McAlpine.One of Nissan's more controversial demands during the talks was that the plant be single-union. This was unprecedented in UK industry. In April xxxx, an agreement was reached with the Amalgamated Engineering Union (AEU). Critics argue that this means the plant workforce is weakly represented. Nissan argues that as a result of the single-union agreement, its workforce is much more flexible than at other plants, and it points to the fact that not a single minute has been lost to industrial disputes at the factory.In December xxxx, McAlpine handed over the completed factory building to Nissan for the installation of machinery and factory components, ahead of schedule. Phase 1 of the plant construction was completed in July xxxx, consisting of a body, paint and final assembly Line. The first Bluebird was produced shortly after and is on display at the Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens. Official opening of the plant by then Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and Nissan President Yutaka Kume took place in September xxxx. By February xxxx, NMUK had become the sole supplier of the Bluebird model to the UK market, and work on phase two of the plant began, with Plastics moulding and engine assembly beginning in xxxx, and was completed in May xxxx. This would prove to be a landmark year for the plant, with the introduction of the P10 Primera, the first model to be wholly built at NMUK, replacing the Bluebird. By xxxx, the plant turned its first profit of £18.4 million, and was awarded 'British Manufacturer' status by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT). By xxxx, the plant began to produce two models, with the introduction of the highly successful Micra, which was the first Nissan to be voted "European Car of the Year.The early xxxxs was a period of growth for the plant, with the plant being awarded contracts to build the updated Almera, becoming a three-model plant, and continuation of the Micra and Primera model changes. A fourth body style for the plant was introduced with the Micra C+C. xxxx saw the introduction of the Note model, in place of the Almera, and the introduction of the Qashqai. At this point, NMUK had built a reputation for being the most efficient plant in Europe.By xxxx, the falling sales of the Primera led to its demise, with the Qashqai becoming the hero model for the plant, with such a high demand that a night shift was introduced to keep up. The Primera had the distinction of being the first model built at NMUK to be exported to the Japanese market. Nearly 5,000 workers were employed at the plant by this stage; however 1,200 of them were made redundant in January xxxx as a result on the onset of the recession which saw demand for new cars slump.[1]Despite a temporary suspension of the third shift due to the automotive industry crisis of xxxx, the third shift was reintroduced, and the strong demand for the Qashqai has helped NMUK remain strong throughout the crisis.After the crisis, Nissan announced that the new Juke model would be built starting in July xxxx, replacing the Micra and that NMUK would be the European manufacturing location for the Electric Vehicle Leaf model beginning in xxxx, as well as an on-site lithium-ion battery manufacturing facility.Body shells are painted in a semi-clean environment using solvent based paint. Shells are dipped in chemical tanks to cleanse them of any oils picked up on the panels during their manufacture in Body Shop. Once bodies have been dipped and cleansed, they are then immersed in an anti-corrosion paint dip called ED (Electrocoat Dip). This 'dip' coats the entire body, both inside and outside, and is the first paint coating it will receive. Once the 'dipped' body has been stoved in the ED oven, the body progresses to the 'Sealing' Booth. In this booth, the body has its interior panel joints, floor, tailgate, hood and door edges sealed with a PVC based sealant, to prevent water ingress and corrosion as the car is driven on the road. Also within this zone, sound pads are added to the floor and boot to reduce road noise (standard practice in the motor industry). The next booth it enters is the 'Underbody' Booth. In this booth, similar to 'Sealing' Booth, the body's wheel arches are sealed using the same PVC based sealant. Robots then apply the underseal to the underfloor and wheel arches. Also robots are used to apply the SGC (Stone Guard Coat) layer to the sills: this coating is designed for abrasion resistance, i.e. preventing stone chips, scuffs, etc. From here, the body proceeds into the Undercoat Oven. The next zone is 'ED Sanding' booth where the body is inspected for any minor imperfections received in the ED Coat. The next zone is the 'Surfacer' Booth, where the body receives its second coat of paint, this being the Surfacer Coat, then into the Surfacer Oven. Next is 'Surfacer Sanding' Booth: the same as ED Sanding, this zone inspects the body for any imperfections picked up within the Surfacer coating. Next comes the 'Topcoat' Booth, where the body receives its final coats of paint, these being Topcoat and Clearcoat layers. After being stoved in the Topcoat oven, the body then enters the 'Touch-up' Booth where the body has its final inspection for any imperfections picked up in the Topcoat process. Once the body leaves here, it then moves on to the PBS (Painted Body Store) above Trim and Chassis to await the next step in the production process.Bumpers molded in the Plastics shop are painted in the Plastic Paint shop which directly feeds Trim & chassis. The shop uses a combination of manual sprayers and robots to coat up to 486 bumper sets per shift. The process in Plastic Paint is similar to body paint, the parts are washed in a Powerwash facility before being masked (dependent on trim level). From here the parts are painted with primer, then basecoat, some colours get two coats of basecoat at different stations (Pearlescent effect). Then all part receive a layer of clearcoat before being stoved in an oven.1.4, 1.6 and 2.0 litre petrol engines are built on-site on the Unit Assembly line. The cylinder heads and camshafts are machined along the machining line before being shipped to the Assembly line. The Unit Shop contains its own engine testing areas. Diesel engines are no longer produced at NMUK.There are two parallel assembly lines in NMUK: Line 2 currently handles the Juke and Note; Line 1 handles the Qashqai and Leaf. Painted bodies are stored in a large holding area called PBS (Painted Body Store), and are released in a specific scheduled sequence. They are brought into Trim & Chassis on suspended cradles. Each body moves through the assembly line and is fitted with interior (Trim), and exterior (Chassis) components. At one point in the process, the bodies are 'married' to a sub-assembled engine and subframe. Completed vehicles are sent down a Final Line, where all aspects of the car, from brakes to waterproofing, are tested. The car is then driven off-line to a holding area, ready to be distributed to a dealer.Although the plant is made up primarily of manufacturing areas, there is also a large office complex, housing supporting functions including: Personnel, Community Relations, Production Control, Engineering, Finance, Purchasing and Information Systems. Some of these support functions, including Purchasing, Finance and Information Systems are not just responsible for NMUK but for Nissan Europe as well. During a company restructuring exercise in xxxx, large parts of the Purchasing department were relocated to Cranfield. This angered many in the plant, but widespread industrial action was avoided. In xxxx, parts of the Finance department were relocated to Budapest in Hungary. In both instances, NMUK adopted a policy of finding new jobs in other departments for those who did not want to relocate.NMUK relies heavily on information technology to function. Computer-controlled robots and other machinery, particularly in the Body Shop, are vital to production. These machines are maintained and controlled by specialist engineering teams. Other functions, such as the complex scheduling of vehicles, parts control and ordering, vehicle tracking, etc. are managed by software written in-house. Most of the software resides on an IBM mainframe computer. This mainframe is not just responsible for NMUK; it controls business functions across the Europe region, including NMUK's sister plant, NMISA, based in Barcelona, Spain. The Mainframe is located within the European Data Centre (EDC), which, as well as housing and maintaining the mainframe and over 50 PC servers, acts as a European helpdesk.NMUK is one of the most productive car plants in Europe, producing more 'cars per man' than any other factory. There are 4,500 staff directly employed by NMUK, and approximately 500 contracted, indirect staff. Employees at NMUK work a standard 39-hour week. While Office staff work on a fixed 'Day shift' basis, manufacturing staff work alternating morning and evening shifts. Morning shifts run from 7am to 3:18pm. Evening shifts run from approximately 4:35pm to 12:53am. Shift times can vary depending on requirements. When required, overtime is worked, although it balanced out during the year with planned downtime.A '3-shift' system has been introduced at times of high demand, meaning that the factory is active 24 hours a day. This is something that is only introduced if NMUK officials can be sure demand is high enough. Line 1 ran three shift production from August xxxx to the start of January xxxx to meet unprecedented demand for the Qashqai, however due to the credit crunch and falling orders the third shift was suspended and people released by voluntary redundancy.Although staff have been accommodating to all management changes in working practices, they have seen a steady decline in benefits over the years this has not been reflected in the wages[citation needed]. A 2% increase was offered to staff in xxxx, with a further 2% the following year. This is a reflection of the state of the motor industry and manufacturing in general in the UK. The proliferation of low cost countries (Eastern Europe, China and India) is fuelling a migration of manufacturing from the UK[citation needed]. In response to this, UK manufacturers are having to cut costs to survive in an increasingly competitive world market. The pay negotiations were suspended for xxxx/10 due to the instability in the world markets, effectively meaning there has been no pay award agreed.Is a Japanese word meaning 'Continuous Improvement'. NMUK encourages all of its workforce to seek out areas in which improvements in their working environment, no matter how small, can be made. For example, a line-worker may have to bend down to pick a part out of a box as each vehicle goes past. This could have health and safety implications, as well as wasting time. Kaizen teams would then investigate, and possibly introduce a method in which the box is stored at an optimum height, within easy reach of the line-worker. Kaizen teams are based in every department. The emphasis is on small, manageable improvements, although large Kaizen projects have been undertaken, e.g. platforms that follow the vehicle down the line to prevent workers from having to walk alongside it while working.The JIT philosophy, encourages the use of the minimum amount of resources (e.g. space, time, material, workers) necessary to add value to a product. NMUK uses this management technique throughout the factory and beyond. Synchronous Suppliers deliver parts line-side only when they are required, therefore reducing the need to store large supplies of parts at great cost.To keep the workforce flexible, NMUK operates a policy of '1 man -> 3 jobs, 3 men -> 1 job'. In other words, a worker should be competent in at least three different jobs, and at least three people should be capable of doing each job. This principle ensures that each job can be covered in the case of absence. It also means that jobs can be regularly rotated to prevent a worker from becoming bored in a particular role.In accordance with its Investors in People responsibilities, NMUK has a strong Training department and offers a wide range of on and off the job training. The Flexible Learning Centre established on-site is open to all staff and allows them to take part in over 300 courses.Technical on-the-job training is available to all staff, and most of the courses are given on-site by qualified trainers. People-development courses (e.g. presentation skills) are also provided. NMUK spends more per head on staff-development than the British industry average.NMUK has a Continuous Development Programme (CDP) whereby staff are given personal and professional objectives every year, and are appraised against the objects. This appraisal is linked to pay increases. This is also an opportunity for staff to identify where further training may be appropriate.D. Djajakusuma (nominated by Crisco xxxx) An Indonesian filmmaker who worked in a variety of genres, but specialised in realist or semi-realist films, usually with an educational message buried therein. He later promoted traditional Indonesian art forms, and is credited with saving the lenong theatre.Morchella rufobrunnea (nominated by Sasata) An edible morel (a type of mushroom) from the west coast of the United States and Mexico, it was only officially described as its own species in xxxx, before then being thought to be part of Morchella deliciosa.Caelum (nominated by StringTheory11) We are lucky to have some very good astronomy authors working on the eighty-eight constellations, mainly the ones of the southern sky at the moment. Caelum, the chisel, was introduced in the xxxxs as part of the early efforts to divide up the newly documented (by Europeans) southern sky into constellations, with many implements of industry, science, and art suddenly appearing in the heavens.Warlugulong (nominated by hamiltonstone) A giant painting by Australian aboriginal artist Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri, considered "one of the most important 20th-century Australian paintings". It illustrates several "dreamings" (aboriginal legends), with the centre one telling the tale of Lungkata, the creator of the first bushfire.Metalloid (nominated by Sandbh) This is one of those chemical terms that everyone thinks they've understood after studying it, but, as it is meant to cover things that have properties between metals and nonmetals, can actually be used to cover large swaths more than generally understood by some authors at some times. The article does a good job of explaining this ambiguity.

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