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The call to FLAC__stream_encoder_init_*() currently will also immediately call the write callback several times, once with the fLaC signature, and once for each encoded metadata block. Note that for Ogg FLAC encoding you will usually get at least twice the number of callbacks than with native FLAC, one for the Ogg page header and one for the page body.

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A function pointer matching this signature must be passed to FLAC__stream_encoder_init_ogg_stream() if seeking is supported. The supplied function will be called when the encoder needs to read back encoded data. This happens during the metadata callback, when the encoder has to read, modify, and rewrite the metadata (e.g. seekpoints) gathered while encoding. The address of the buffer to be filled is supplied, along with the number of bytes the buffer can hold. The callback may choose to supply less data and modify the byte count but must be careful not to overflow the buffer. The callback then returns a status code chosen from FLAC__StreamEncoderReadStatus.

Tag keys can be up to 128 characters in length and tag values can be up to 256 characters in length; both are case sensitive. Amazon Transcribe supports up to 50 tags per resource. For a given resource, each tag key must be unique with only one value. Note that your tags cannot begin with aws: because AWS reserves this prefix for system-generated tags. You cannot add, modify, or delete aws:* tags, and they don't count against your tags-per-resource limit.

To use the tagging APIs, you need to include an Amazon Resource Name (ARN) with your request. ARNs have the format arn:partition:service:region:account-id:resource-type/resource-id. For example, the ARN associated with a transcription job may look like: arn:aws:transcribe:us-west-2:111122223333:transcription-job/my-transcription-job-name.

You can use tags to control access within your AWS accounts. For tag-based access control, you provide tag information in the condition element of an IAM policy. You can then use tags and their associated tag condition key to control access to:

When using this drug with flecainide, your doctor will give you half your normal dose of flecainide and monitor you for side effects. Your doctor must monitor the levels of flecainide in your body before they change your dose.

Disclaimer: Our goal is to provide you with the most relevant and current information. However, because drugs interact differently in each person, we cannot guarantee that this information includes all possible interactions. This information is not a substitute for medical advice. Always speak with your healthcare provider about possible interactions with all prescription drugs, vitamins, herbs and supplements, and over-the-counter drugs that you are taking.

For people with cardiac conduction abnormalities: Flecainide works by slowing the electrical signals in your heart. If the levels of medication are too high in your body, it can slow the signaling of your heart too much and lead to an increased risk of side effects.

For people with high or low potassium levels: Having too much or not enough potassium in your body can affect how well flecainide works. Your doctor will do a blood test to make sure that you have normal potassium levels before you start taking flecainide.

For people with changes in urine pH: The pH level of your urine (basic or acidic) can increase or decrease the levels of the medication in your body. These changes can either increase your risk of side effects or lower the effect of the medication. Your doctor will do a simple urine test to check the pH level of your urine.

During your treatment with flecainide, your doctor will monitor the level of the drug in your body. This should be monitored regularly because your risk of side effects increases if your flecainide levels are too high. Your levels should be monitored more closely if you have severe kidney disease, severe liver disease, or congestive heart failure.

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The Moroccan Flic-Flac Spider is a medium huntsman spider, with a body length of 1.5 to 2cms in length, covered in white and grey hair. The species is largely nocturnal, although it is sometimes also active during the day. The flic-flac spider in addition to running like most of its kin, it can also moves in a cartwheeling maneuverer, by flipping itself head over abdomen with its front legs. Moving like this, the flic-flac spider can move at speeds of two meters per second, even when moving up hill (2).

Like most spiders, the flic-flac spider is an obligate carnivore, usually hunting from the safety of its silk lined burrow, which consists of a silk tube with a sand covering over the lid to prevent desecration, that protrudes from the dunes. This burrow is used as cover, to evade predators and to ambush prey on nights that are too cold for constant activity. If caught in the open, the flic-flac spider can perform a backflip to escape attackers, to kick start its roll away from danger.

Like most species of huntsman, the male flic-flac spider risks being attacked by the female, and brings a gift to buy enough time to mate with the larger female. After this the female retreats to her burrow and lays her eggs, where she will guard them until they hatch.

Igno Rechenberg (1934-Current) the discover of the Moroccan Flic-Flac Spider and professor in bionics created a robot, based on the spider named in honour of him, that uses the same flic-flac movement. At current there are suggestions that robots based on this design could be used in exploration in difficult and extra-terrestrial environments (4).

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