Variety. An entertainment production containing one or more on-screen artistic acts or performances such as singing, dancing, acrobatic exhibitions, comedy sketches, drama sketches, magic, or stand-up comedy. Such acts or performances must be of professional calibre and comprise at least two-thirds of the production’s total running time. A maximum of one-third of the program’s content is not devoted to performances, but must consist of components typical of traditional variety programs and designed to support the acts or performances (stingers, bumpers, program transition segments, interview segments, etc.).
Variety. Multiple surface options available: HDPE (black or xxxx), commercial grade carpet (black or xxxx), unﬁnished plywood, painted plywood (black), Plyron (tempered hardboard), acrylic (clear or opaque) Field Repairability · For those unavoidable accidents, repair/ replace only damaged part of platform (surface, lid, side of extrusion, corner piece, etc.); no need to replace entire platform. Ability to repair on site. Multiple Surface Options Available SC90 PLATFORM SCHEMATICS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS The SC90 Platform is a single sided, portable platform. It is designed to be fully ﬁeld repairable, function with all of Staging Concepts’ supports, and to comply with the following: · Edging: 4” (101.6 mm) high, extruded 6005A-T61 aluminum frame, including protective edge, mill ﬁnish. Design frame to accept: · Built-in Roto-Lock system · Structural locking clip system · Guardrails · Chair stops · Closure panels · Step units · Skirting clips · Subﬂoor: 1” (25.4 mm) exterior rated, group 1 plywood. · Finished surface: HDPE (black or xxxx), commercial grade carpet (black or xxxx), unﬁnished plywood, painted plywood (black), Plyron (tempered hardboard), acrylic (clear or opaque) · Tongue and groove hardwood surface available upon request (specify wood species) · Platform will support 150 lbs/square foot of uniformly distributed live load. · Platform is weather-resistant and intended for interior use of temporary use outdoors protected from rainfall and direct sunlight. · Platform extrusion accessory xxxxxx are compatible with leading manufacturer’s channel nuts for alternate attachment methods. DIMENSIONS, WEIGHTS, AND FINISH OPTIONS 4' x 8' (1.22 m x 2.44 m) (lbs/kg) HDPE Surface (black or xxxx) 141/64 Carpet Surface (black or xxxx) 141/64 Unﬁnished Plywood Surface 141/64 Painted Plywood Surface 141/64 Plyron Surface 158/71.7 Acrylic Surface 245/111.1 4' x 6' (1.22 m x 1.83 m) (lbs/kg) HDPE Surface (black or xxxx) 110/49.9 Carpet Surface (black or xxxx) 110/49.9 Unﬁnished Plywood Surface 110/49.9 Painted Plywood Surface 110/49.9 Plyron Surface 122/55.3 Acrylic Surface 235/106.6 4' x 4' (1.22 m x 1.22 m) (lbs/kg) HDPE Surface (black or xxxx) 78/35.4 Carpet Surface (black or xxxx) 78/35.4 Unﬁnished Plywood Surface 78/35.4 Painted Plywood Surface 78/35.4 Plyron Surface 86/349 Acrylic Surface 133/60.3 3' x 8' (0.92 m x 2.44 m) (lbs/kg) HDPE Surface (black or xxxx) 111/50.3 Carpet Surface (black or xxxx) 111/50.3 Unﬁnished Plywood Surface 111/50.3 Painted Plywood Surface...
Variety. Multiple surface options available: HPDE, commercial grade carpet, unﬁnished plywood, painted plywood, Plyron, acrylic Field Repairability · For those unavoidable accidents, repair/ replace only damaged part of platform (platform surface lid, side of extrusion, corner piece, etc.), no need to replace entire platform. Ability to repair on site.
Variety. A variety of foods are given including milk, curd, vegetables, pulses, rice and bread. Fruits given to infants include pomegranate, apple, banana and orange. As the child grows older (around 18 months of age), everything including meat and fish is given to them. “We give biscuit, buns and mixture and other things from market is given to the child.” “Pomegranate, apple, banana, orange, these are the fruits that we buy.” “Every day same thing is not cooked, once Pulses xxxxx is cooked then at other time vegetable is cooked.” “Vegetable is cooked but by changing the vegetable item every day. Sometime only rice starch and rice is given.” Complementary feeding (Intervention) Consistency Infants are fed by reducing the food to a soft consistency by hand. For older children (around 18 moths os age), normal food is given without reducing the consistency. “If you will give the child whatever food by smashing it, he will eat it.” “There is no need of smashing the food if the children is of one and half year.” Table 3.2: Comparison of Complementary Feeding across groups CONTROL INTERVENTION Mothers Community Mothers Community Complementary Feeding Initiated between 6-9 months. Includes pulses, rice, vegetables, sweets, animal products such as meat/chicken and fruits. Food is not cooked specially for the child. The children are fed 2-4 times/day usually in the morning, afternoon and evening. Initiated at the age of 9 – 10 months with diluted pulses and smashed vegetables. Rice, bread, pulses, fruits are given as complementary foods while animal products like meat are introduced at 2-3 years of age. Food is given 3- 4 times and is not cooked specially for the child. Initiated at 6 months of age. Foods introduced include rice, pules, meat, fish, milk and bread, fruits and kheer-puri. Children are usually fed 2-4 times / day. But this usually varies among households (upto 5 times). Initiated at 6 months of age. A variety of foods are given including vegetables, pulses, rice, bread and fruits. For children of 18 months of age, everything including meat and fish is given to them.
Variety. The mothers acknowledged the importance giving a varied diet. Variety in foods included rice, bread, vegetables, pulses, fruits and animal products such as meat and fish. Sometimes energy- rich foods such as puri-khir (deep fried bread and rice cooked in milk with sugar) and halwa are also made. Depending on the seasonal availability, fruits are also given. Food is not prepared especially for the infants, they are given whatever is made for other members of the family. “Sometimes puri-khir (deep fried bread and rice cooked in milk with sugar) is cooked, sometimes fish and rice is cooked” “Rice – vegetables, Bread – Pulses Xxxxx, Milk – Bread, these were the things” “This is the season of mango, so mango, apple, grapes, means whatever is available and bought is also given to the child” “Daal, chawal, sabji this only that we xxxx. Sabji, bhaat, mangoes, biscuit, namkin, cerelac. This only what else? (on the consistency of food) “It is soft.” “We don’t give hard food to the child”. “Vegetable and rice, sweets... means whatever is fed she eats it”. Complementary feeding (Intervention) “In this picture the child is being fed the fish and rice” “She is feeding Cerelac and I am feeding rice, vegetable and pulses xxxxx.” (On comparing pictures among themselves) “Good, very good... do you feed meat or things like that?”
Variety. To avoid boredom and to mitigate fatigue, people need a satisfying rhythm to their work that sets reasonable challenges and has some variety. As there is often lots of rote work that needs to be accomplished, members can negotiate with each other to get it done, recognizing that if one person has to do it all the time, that may create carelessness as boredom sets in. Understanding that members need variety in their work can make for a more equitable distribution of work, ensuring that all is accomplished, on time and effectively.
Variety. For each item for each comedy sketch, production number, vignette, blackout or similar material): minutes less Each additional minute of script More Than One Writer Where two more show are engaged to write work on a given variety the following rates and conditions shall Two Each writer to receive at least sixty percent (60%) of the minimum fee applicable to one writer; Three Writers: Each to receive at least fifty percent (50%) of the minimum fee applicable to one writer; Four Writers or More: Each writer to receive at least percent (40%) of the minimum fee applicable to one writer. ARTICLE