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In the Vicinity of London (1202), H. H. M. P. Such, p. 7. A: This one seems more likely: Calayrius. It has a pun on Calendar, using «cal» from «calendar» and «ay» from «ayre» (meaning «year» or «age»). «Cal» is certainly a plausible «P» for Crâkelêus, and indeed, «ay» in Latin often represents the vowel [i], so the meaning is «Prayer» or «Calming Prayer». Also, it’s either the name of an animal or the name of a farm. If it’s the latter, then it would be a form of «calcaire», a term for rough ground used as farmland. Note that in 1055 the ville de Calcyre is founded. Thermal energy harvesting in moving actuators: applications in hands and wrists. While thermal energy harvesting can enhance the functionality of sensors, the effect of the temperature increase is not always desirable. This is especially true for small wearable objects that could endanger the user in certain cases. Methods to achieve an adequate thermal dissipation rate without affecting their functionality are needed. In this paper, we analyze the thermal behavior of various textiles, measure and quantify the temperature increase in hands during operation and characterize the power generated in the context of an electrical load. Finally, an experimental setup to measure the full-scale power is presented. We show that the thermal power generated by the moving parts of the wristbands we tested represents a significant fraction of the load of interest (an average of 3% for our class of textile actuators). We believe our results can motivate further research in the field of thermal harvesting, by demonstrating the potential of such systems to operate in a safe fashion.[Near infrared reflectance analysis of spinach (Spinacia oleracea L.) and biological variation and partial least squares regression of chlorophyll content in the leaves of spinach]. To establish rapid and non-destructive method of quality assessment of leaves of spinach in the field, near infrared reflectance was used to analyze the chlorophyll content of the leaves. The internal quality of the leaves, including the chlorophyll content, the population and the growth position in the spinach plant were surveyed. There were significant differences between the samples obtained from different growing positions in the spinach (P f30f4ceada