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LEVEL 4. to a total of 1,500 units of medium, vortex gently and centrifuge at 720 RPM for 15 secondsÂ .Q:
How can I access the open and close groups from the stroke object?
I want to be able to access the open and close group so I can change the distance between the colors when used as a linear gradient. Is there a way to access those groups? Or maybe to calculate the position between them?
This question is for illustrative purpose. Here’s a JSBin if you want to play with it.
The g element is the closed shape if you look at the Open/Close Groups section of the SVG spec. This is what you’re looking for.
Also, you have to look at the _selection object. It is typically used for selecting elements.
The U.S. has no sympathy for Syrian President Bashar Assad and his allies, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, whose regimes it sees as repressive,” wrote the Washington Post, which began covering the Syrian story in earnest two years ago. What began as a matter of survival “became a war of liberation,” the Post continued.
But as violent anti-regime protesters, and many of them armed, take to the streets of cities across the country, the state media ban is showing signs of chipping away at the consensus in the West that Assad should be ousted and replaced with a democratic government.
As evidence mounts, the Antiwar.com website, which called for an end to military action against Syria in a series of editorials over the summer, has been drawing tens of thousands of site visitors, boosted by a new “Syria’s Children: Protect Them Now” campaign that urges readers to take action to save Syrian children in the midst of “the bloodiest onslaught against civilian populations since World War II.”
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FacebookÂ®Â®, and other Facebook trademarks are trademarks of FacebookÂ®.. All rights reserved.Story highlights “This move is about protecting the next generation,” says Rep. Greg Walden Schools in districts that lose money will consider alternatives, says DOE Schools that lose funding are not automatically shut down, officials say Lawmakers are concerned over a change in a 1996 amendment As the federal government has slashed billions of dollars in education programs, states are struggling to keep up with massive budget deficits. The money is being slashed to cope with the federal government’s projected $1.2 trillion budget deficit for the year, which includes a projected $109 billion cut to education. In many states, the cuts are coming from funds that local schools and districts rely on — and losing money from that source can close schools, cut teachers and lay off staff. “We’re also finding that there’s significant cuts in the programs that are intended to benefit the very students and the classroom teachers,” said Rep. Greg Walden, R-Oregon, who chairs the House subcommittee that deals with education and budget issues. “This is being implemented in this round of budget cuts by not funding the programs that are enacted by Congress, but are in conflict with the goals of President Obama.” JUST WATCHED History student: Millions of seniors not cut Replay More Videos… MUST WATCH History student: Millions of seniors not cut 02:26 JUST WATCHED Teacher prepares for layoffs Replay More Videos… MUST WATCH Teacher prepares for layoffs 04:21 JUST WATCHED Teachers, parents on edge as cuts in Replay More Videos… MUST WATCH Teachers, parents on edge as cuts in 02:08 Much of the debate over the legislation has focused on a change made to a 1996 amendment to the federal education law, the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). The original rule dictated that schools where local officials are not making up a budget shortfall don’t have to close. And the 1996 amendment, signed by President Bill Clinton, said that only when schools are actually losing money would the provision be activated. “This was all about protecting the next generation, preserving core programs and protecting the districts that need help,” said Walden, who voted in favor of the amendment. “This was never about terminating schools. This was never about shutting schools. This was about preserving the programs.” But Rep. George Miller, D-California, voted against the amendment. He said it was a ” 3e33713323