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The Patent and Trademark Resource Center Program also provides a CBT (computer-based training) tutorial with a detailed review of the step-by-step strategy. The current CBT covers searching using Cooperative Patent Classification (CPC).


Choosing strong, unique passwords for your online accounts is an important step in keeping your personal information private, but the majority of people say they use the same, weak password across multiple sites, increasing the vulnerability of those accounts.

In the wake of the Supreme Court's decision in Argus Leader, the term "confidential" under Exemption 4 must be given its "ordinary" meaning. This step-by-step guide can be used by agencies, in conjunction with OIP's guidance, to determine whether commercial or financial information provided by a person is "confidential" under Exemption 4.

If your Adobe account is part of a company or school account, and if your IT admin has turned on two-step verification at the organizational level, you must provide a mobile phone number, and you can't turn this option off. If you try to turn off the mobile phone option, you are prompted with the message "Unable to remove phone number".

If your Adobe account is part of a company or school account, and if your IT admin has turned on two-step verification at the organizational level, you cannot deactivate both email and SMS options. You can deactivate one or the other, but not both. If you try to deactivate both options, you are prompted with the message "Unable to deactivate two-step verification".

The public comment period began on February 28, 2023. Comments must be submitted by March 31, 2023. Interested members of the public may present comments orally during Work Group Meeting #3 on March 9, 2023 and may submit written comments via or a Google Forms survey.

The step attribute is a number that specifies the granularity that the value must adhere to or the keyword any. It is valid for the numeric input types, including the date, month, week, time, datetime-local, number and range types.

The default stepping value for number inputs is 1, allowing only integers to be entered, unless the stepping base is not an integer. The default stepping value for time is 1 second, with 900 being equal to 15 minutes.

If any is not explicitly set, valid values for the number, date/time input types, and range input types are equal to the basis for stepping - the min value and increments of the step value, up to the max value, if specified. For example, if we have any even integer, 10 or greater, is valid. If omitted, , any integer is valid, but floats, like 4.2, are not valid, as step defaults to 1. For 4.2 to be valid, step would have had to be set to any, 0.1, 0.2, or any the min value would have had to be a number ending in .2, such as

Note: When the data entered by the user doesn't adhere to the stepping configuration, the value is considered invalid in constraint validation and will match the :invalid and :out-of-range pseudoclasses

New tests may be developed as alternatives to one or both steps of the two-step process. Before CDC will recommend new tests, they must be cleared by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). For more details, see: Recommendations for Test Performance and Interpretation from the Second National Conference on Serologic Diagnosis of Lyme Disease.

For simplicity, we generally recommend using the wsl --install to install Windows Subsystem for Linux, but if you're running an older build of Windows, that may not be supported. We have included the manual installation steps below. If you run into an issue during the install process, check the installation section of the troubleshooting guide.

We recommend now moving on to step #2, updating to WSL 2, but if you wish to only install WSL 1, you can now restart your machine and move on to Step 6 - Install your Linux distribution of choice. To update to WSL 2, wait to restart your machine and move on to the next step.

Once the installation is complete, move on to the next step - setting WSL 2 as your default version when installing new Linux distributions. (Skip this step if you want your new Linux installs to be set to WSL 1).

Once the Appx package has finished downloading, you can start running the new distribution by double-clicking the appx file. (The command wsl -l will not show that the distribution is installed until this step is complete).

step is an open-source command-line tool for developers, operators, and security professionals to configure and automate the smallstep toolchain and a swiss-army knife for day-to-day operations of open standard identity technologies.

David Risher, a former retail executive at Amazon, will be CEO of the ride-hailing company beginning April 17, when Green will step aside to serve as chair of the board. Zimmer will transition out of his role on June 30 to serve as vice chair of the Lyft board. Lyft's current chairman Sean Aggarwal will step down from his post but will remain on the board, the company said

Exposures: Accelerometer-measured number of steps per day and 3 step intensity measures (extended bout cadence, peak 30-minute cadence, and peak 1-minute cadence [steps/min]). Accelerometer data were based on measurements obtained during a 7-day period at baseline.

Results: A total of 4840 participants (mean age, 56.8 years; 2435 [54%] women; 1732 [36%] individuals with obesity) wore accelerometers for a mean of 5.7 days for a mean of 14.4 hours per day. The mean number of steps per day was 9124. There were 1165 deaths over a mean 10.1 years of follow-up, including 406 CVD and 283 cancer deaths. The unadjusted incidence density for all-cause mortality was 76.7 per 1000 person-years (419 deaths) for the 655 individuals who took less than 4000 steps per day; 21.4 per 1000 person-years (488 deaths) for the 1727 individuals who took 4000 to 7999 steps per day; 6.9 per 1000 person-years (176 deaths) for the 1539 individuals who took 8000 to 11 999 steps per day; and 4.8 per 1000 person-years (82 deaths) for the 919 individuals who took at least 12 000 steps per day. Compared with taking 4000 steps per day, taking 8000 steps per day was associated with significantly lower all-cause mortality (HR, 0.49 [95% CI, 0.44-0.55]), as was taking 12 000 steps per day (HR, 0.35 [95% CI, 0.28-0.45]). Unadjusted incidence density for all-cause mortality by peak 30 cadence was 32.9 per 1000 person-years (406 deaths) for the 1080 individuals who took 18.5 to 56.0 steps per minute; 12.6 per 1000 person-years (207 deaths) for the 1153 individuals who took 56.1 to 69.2 steps per minute; 6.8 per 1000 person-years (124 deaths) for the 1074 individuals who took 69.3 to 82.8 steps per minute; and 5.3 per 1000 person-years (108 deaths) for the 1037 individuals who took 82.9 to 149.5 steps per minute. Greater step intensity was not significantly associated with lower mortality after adjustment for total steps per day (eg, highest vs lowest quartile of peak 30 cadence: HR, 0.90 [95% CI, 0.65-1.27]; P value for trend = .34).

Conclusions and relevance: Based on a representative sample of US adults, a greater number of daily steps was significantly associated with lower all-cause mortality. There was no significant association between step intensity and mortality after adjusting for total steps per day. 041b061a72


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