He was president of the Federation of Old Cornwall Societies from 1991 to 1992. He was a teacher at Helston Grammar School. He married Ann Trevenen, from Redruth in 1954. They had four children, Morwenna, Loveday, Gawen and Conan, two of whom have stood as Mebyon Kernow candidates for Parliament.
Tammy (Gigi Rice) is Ricky’s alcoholic mother. Ernie dates her and takes care of Ricky for her because of her personal issues. In a later episode Ernie announces that he broke up with Tammy over irreconcilable differences explaining that he wanted to communicate more and she wanted to have sex with other guys while he [Ernie] was at work.
Blade dropped in the 2001 NFL Draft because he was seen as a talented, but underachieving player. The Dallas Cowboys who had finished last in the NFL in run defense the previous year, took a chance and selected him in the third round (93rd overall).
He was Honorary Canon of Canterbury Cathedral, and an Honorary Chaplain to Queen Victoria from January 1900 until her death the following year. A man of great energy and a most effective speaker, he died on New Year’s Day, 1926.
Tensiomyographic measurements address patient-specific asymmetries and muscle dysfunction, which leads to more efficient treatment. The tensiomyography method was developed by a group of experts from various fields at the Faculty for Electrical Engineering at the University of Ljubljana.
Vertex Buffer Object. A Vertex Buffer Object (VBO) is an OpenGL feature that provides methods for uploading vertex data (position, normal vector, color, etc.) to the video device for non-immediate-mode rendering.
In mice lacking Aloxe3 activity due to gene knockout of the Alox3 gene, levels in skin of hepoxilins A3 and B3, as well as their metabolites, trioxilins A3 and B3, are greatly reduced. The distribution of ALOXE3 and Aloxe3 (see Tissue distribution, above) suggests that these lipoxygenases may serve functions not only in the skin but also in other tissues.
Competitive altruism. Competitive altruism is a possible mechanism for the persistence of cooperative behaviors, specifically those that are performed unconditionally. The theory of reciprocal altruism can be used to explain behaviors that are performed by a donor who receives some sort of benefit in the future.