Dr. Charles F. Urbanowicz / Professor Emeritus of AnthropologyGuidebook for Human Cultural Diversity Number 2601; also, this class is part of Course Link groups A1 and A2.DESCRIPTION: The course explores culture as the basis forunderstanding the human experience, including an examination ofcross cultural diversity.
I actually have the same symbol on my right forearm, but with a slight variation, and four other tattoos in neo traditional american (Someone may be able to correct me on that but kind of like this) style on the bicep and shoulder of the same arm. Right now this tattoo is separated by location but I will eventually cover the whole arm. When I reach it, I probably try to incorporate it into whatever is around it give it a frame or fade some color around it..
First, what are multifocal glasses? In short, multifocal glasses are for people with more than one vision problem and who need a complete optical solution for these problems in one frame.The most well known form of multifocals are bifocals, which allow people to see things in the distance as well as close up eliminating the need for two pairs of glasses that need to be swapped every few minutes according to the need. Less known are trifocal glasses, most popular for computer users so that they have three levels of optical usage reading, clear distance vision and computer use.Both bifocal and trifocal lenses have line marks which point at the exact areas where the lenses change in strength. The line is called a line of demarcation and can cause an optical jump, which is a fancy way of saying your eye will not transition between prescriptions smoothly.Progressives, on the other hand have jumped into the market with a bang and they’re taking over from bifocals and trifocals by providing a more comfortable alternative that eliminates the lines on the lenses and are produced with so many focal points that the wearer receives one complete solution to correct their sight and no one will ever know that they’re progressives.Now, in the past, all such lenses were expensive and only available with large, ugly frames.
At the April 30, 2018 meeting of the Landmarks Commission, the following motion was adopted: Andrzejewski noted that well houses are disappearing rapidly and photo documentation of the building is necessary. Rummel asked if the Madison Public Market could incorporate the building faade into their design. ACTION: A motion was made by Arnesen and seconded by Kaliszewski to recommend to the Plan Commission that the Landmarks Commission finds that the building at 212 N First Street has historic value related to the vernacular context of Madison’s built environment, but the building itself is not historically, architecturally, or culturally significant.