On November 25, 2013, the band announced three upcoming EPs, collectively called The Melodrama. The first one, Love Me became available for digital download on January 21, 2014. The lead single Background was published on November 25, 2013. The following EPs, entitled Love You and Know Love, became available on February 18 and March 18, respectively.
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In theory, port capacity is a measure of the maximum throughput in tons, TEU, or other units that a port and its terminals can handle over a given period. This maximum can be set by physical constraints or by economic conditions where the marginal cost of additional throughput is prohibitive. Capacity depends on the type of cargo being handled and can be affected by short-term adjustments (e.g., extended hours at terminal gates) or long-term changes (e.g., terminal expansion). Precise estimates of port capacity generally require extensive terminal-by-terminal engineering studies, and are neither nationally available nor nationally consistent. This report focuses on indicators of port capacity that are both available and reasonably consistent. It should be noted, however, that these indicators suggest relative capacities rather than absolutes, and do not provide the complete picture that comes from detailed capacity studies. A container port with longer berths and more cranes, for example, can be expected to have higher annual container throughput capacity than a port with shorter berths and fewer cranes, but these metrics do not support calculation of absolute capacities of the two ports.
The incidence and mortality rates were age-standardized using the 2010 national population census . The number of cases and deaths were summarized as absolutes numbers and relative frequencies (%). The mortality rate was calculated using the annual population at risk by ethnicity, sex, age group and the geographic location of the incidence. The calculations were completed using the IBM SPSS statistics version 24.0. Citation and retrieval of references were performed using the Zotero Open Source Software version 4.0.11. Spatial analysis was performed using the software QGIS 2.8 and the DALY calculations were performed using STATA software v14. All the graphs and maps were elaborated by the authors. 2b1af7f3a8