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Ep 833 - Google Drive


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Ep 833 - Google Drive


Rentals originating in the United States: Most vehicles rented in the US can be driven throughout US and Canada. Some vehicle classes like Exotics, Large Passenger or Cargo Vans, and other specialty vehicles may not be allowed to travel outside of the US. Please reach to the renting location directly for details on cross-border restrictions.


Personal Effects Coverage (PEC) is offered at the time of rental for an additional daily charge. If accepted, the PEC contained in the policy insures the personal effects of the renter, additional drivers or any individual who is traveling with the renter against risks of loss or damage. Benefits are payable in addition to any other insurance coverage the renter or passengers may have. This is a summary only. PEC is subject to the provisions, limitations and exclusions of the PEC policy underwritten by Empire Fire and Marine Insurance Company in the United States. The purchase of PEC is optional and not required to rent a car. The coverage provided by PEC may duplicate the renter's existing coverage. Enterprise is not qualified to evaluate the adequacy of the renter's existing coverage; therefore, the renter should examine their personal insurance policies or other sources of coverage that may duplicate the coverage provided by PEC. Based on the location state where the vehicle is rented, the fee for PEC ranges from $5.99 to $8.19 per day; vehicles with seating capacity for 10 people or more will have a range of $7.99 to $15.67per day.


Supplemental Liability Protection (SLP) for this branch is $13.00 per day. - Supplemental Liability Protection (SLP) is offered at the time of rental for an additional daily charge. If accepted, SLP provides the renter and authorized drivers with up to $300,000 combined single limit for third party liability claims. If the renter accepts SLP, Enterprise provides third party liability protection up to the applicable minimum financial responsibility limit and Zurich American Insurance Company provides excess third party liability insurance coverage from the applicable minimum financial responsibility limit to $300,000. This is a summary only. SLP is subject to the terms, conditions, provisions, limitations and exclusions in the supplemental rental liability insurance excess policy underwritten by Zurich American Insurance Company. The purchase of SLP is optional and not required to rent a car. The coverage provided by SLP may duplicate the renters existing coverage. Enterprise is not qualified to evaluate the adequacy of the renters existing coverage; therefore the renter should examine his or her personal insurance policies or other sources of coverage that may duplicate the coverage provided by SLP.


The airport has well marked signage leading drivers to the Rental Car Center. Upon returning their car, customers can get to the airport terminals by taking a short 5-minute ride on the free ATL SkyTrain.


Supplemental Liability Protection (SLP) for this branch is $11.79 per day. - Supplemental Liability Protection (SLP) is offered at the time of rental for an additional daily charge. If accepted, SLP provides the renter and authorized drivers with up to $300,000 combined single limit for third party liability claims. If the renter accepts SLP, Enterprise provides third party liability protection up to the applicable minimum financial responsibility limit and Zurich American Insurance Company provides excess third party liability insurance coverage from the applicable minimum financial responsibility limit to $300,000. This is a summary only. SLP is subject to the terms, conditions, provisions, limitations and exclusions in the supplemental rental liability insurance excess policy underwritten by Zurich American Insurance Company. The purchase of SLP is optional and not required to rent a car. The coverage provided by SLP may duplicate the renters existing coverage. Enterprise is not qualified to evaluate the adequacy of the renters existing coverage; therefore the renter should examine his or her personal insurance policies or other sources of coverage that may duplicate the coverage provided by SLP.


Swarming is the collective movement of bacteria across a surface. It requires the production of surfactants (public goods) to overcome surface tension and provides an excellent model to investigate bacterial cooperation. Previously, we correlated swarm interaction phenotypes with kin discrimination between B. subtilis soil isolates, by showing that less related strains form boundaries between swarms and highly related strains merge. However, how kin discrimination affects cooperation and territoriality in swarming bacteria remains little explored. Here we show that the pattern of surface colonization by swarming mixtures is influenced by kin types. Closely related strain mixtures colonize the surface in a mixed swarm, while mixtures of less related strains show competitive exclusion as only one strain colonizes the surface. The outcome of nonkin swarm expansion depends on the initial ratio of the competing strains, indicating positive frequency-dependent competition. We find that addition of surfactin (a public good excreted from cells) can complement the swarming defect of nonkin mutants, whereas close encounters in nonkin mixtures lead to territorial exclusion, which limits the exploitation of surfactin by nonkin nonproducers. The work suggests that kin discrimination driven competitive territorial exclusion may be an important determinant for the success of cooperative surface colonization.


Biofilms are surface aggregates of sessile bacteria with slow expansion driven by a self-produced extracellular polymer matrix [28], while swarming enables rapid coordinated surface translocation of actively self-propelled flagellated microbial population [29]. To perform rapid collective migration, cells first need to attain sufficient density in order to produce surfactants necessary for surface spreading. Once this criterion is met, cells form physically highly intimate but also highly dynamic associations [29,30,31,32,33,34]. Wild isolates of B. subtilis that are capable of surface spreading on 0.7% agar medium need to secrete surfactin [35], which is produced by enzymes encoded in the srfA operon [36,37,38]. Surfactin is a lipopetide antibiotic and surfactant that promotes surface spreading by reducing the surface tension [35, 39,40,41]. Spatial expansion of the population by swarming involves sharing of public goods (surfactants) [29, 42] and is therefore considered an example of bacterial cooperative behavior [43]. On the other hand, population expansion could be seen as competition for nutrients and space, where the better migration of cells, together with the inhibition of genetically different cells, is an advantage. Swarming thus represents an excellent model process to experimentally test social evolution theories on cooperation and competition [34].


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Many of our customers ask us how we can tell if something is gold before we do any chemical tests. Well, a lot of it is just by experience but there are a few things you can look for to help determine whether your item is made from precious metals. One of the first things we look for when sorting jewelry is whether any of the items are magnetic. There are only three ferromagnetic elements which are iron, nickel, and cobalt. If an item is magnetic it is because it consists primarily of one of those three elements which more often than not is iron. So the easiest way to sort through a lot of jewelry is to use a very strong (rare earth)magnet to weed out all the magnetic items. We use magnets out of old hard drives. Even if the item is slightly magnetic it most likely does not contain any precious metals. There are exceptions to this rule; if the item is clearly marked but is still magnetic, have an expert help you determine if it is real. 59ce067264






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