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The above statement would have made no sense with an INSERT ALL. King, whose salary is 5000, would have ended up being inserted into all three tables (since 5000 is greater than 3000, and 5000 is greater than 1500, and 5000 is greater than nothing). However, with INSERT FIRST, Oracle executes the insert statement associated with the first  condition that is true, and ignores all subsequent ones. So when we get to Blake, who earns 2850, the top condition will resolve to false and be ignored, the second condition will resolve to true and so his details will be inserted into the mid_earners  table; and even though the last condition would have resolved to true too, the database does not even glance at it.


Superseded FSPs

FSP FAS 106-1—Accounting and Disclosure Requirements Related to the Medicare Prescription Drug, Improvement and Modernization Act of 2003 (Superseded)
(Issue Date January 12, 2004) (Superseded by FSP FAS 106-2, paragraph 2)
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FSP FIN 46-1—Applicability of FASB Interpretation No. 46 to Entities Subject to the AICPA Audit and Accounting Guide, Health Care Organizations (Superseded)
(Issue Date July 24, 2003) (Updated as of December 24, 2003)
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FSP FIN 46-2—Reporting Variable Interests in Specified Assets of Variable Interest Entities as Separate Variable Interest Entities under Paragraph 13 of FASB Interpretation No. 46 (Superseded)
(Issue Date July 24, 2003) (Updated as of December 24, 2003)
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FSP FIN 46-3—Application of Paragraph 5 of FASB Interpretation No. 46 When Variable Interests in Specified Assets of a Variable Interest Entity Are Not Considered Interests in the Entity under Paragraph 12 of Interpretation 46 (Superseded)
(Issue Date July 24, 2003) (Updated as of December 24, 2003)
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FSP FIN 46-4—Transition Requirements for Initial Application of FASB Interpretation No. 46 (Superseded)
(Issue Date July 24, 2003) (Updated as of December 24, 2003)
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FSP FIN 46-5—Calculation of Expected Losses under FASB Interpretation No. 46 (Superseded)
(Issue Date July 24, 2003) (Updated as of December 24, 2003)
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FSP FIN 46-6—Effective Date of FASB Interpretation No. 46 (Superseded)
(Issue Date October 9, 2003) (Updated December 24, 2003)
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FSP FIN 46-7—Exclusion of Certain Decision Maker Fees from Paragraph 8(c) of FASB Interpretation No. 46 (Superseded)
(Issue Date November 26, 2003) (Updated February 12, 2004)
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FSP FIN 46-8—Evaluating Whether as a Group the Holders of the Equity Investment at Risk Lack the Direct or Indirect Ability to Make Decisions about an Entity's Activities through Voting Rights or Similar Rights under FASB Interpretation No. 46 (Superseded)
(Issue Date December 19, 2003) (Updated as of December 24, 2003)
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FSP EITF 00-19-1—Application of EITF Issue No. 00-19 to Freestanding Financial Instruments Originally Issued as Employee Compensation (Superseded)
(Issue Date May 31, 2005) (Superseded by FSP FAS 123(R)-1)
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FSP EITF 03-1-1—Effective Date of Paragraphs 10–20 of EITF Issue No. 03-1 (Superseded)
(September 30, 2004) (Superseded by FSP FAS 115-1/124-1, paragraph 5)
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“The two most important days in your life are the day you’re born and the day you find out why”. This quote from Mark Twain comes to mind when describing why I aspire to become a Physician Assistant. The journey to finding one’s professional “why” can be tough, it can sometimes force one to settle and give up on the journey altogether but in other cases, cases of so many who have genuine love in what they do, it requires constant self-reflection, faith and unyielding determination to continue on. Early on in my academic career I lacked the maturity to grasp this concept, I wasn’t committed to the process of learning and was without intrinsic motivation to dedicate myself to it. I knew I wanted a career in medicine but when asked difficult questions of why, I could only give the generic answer, “Because I want to help people”. That reason wasn’t enough, I needed something more, something that could drive me to work night shifts and head to school immediately after, something that could push me to retake courses and pursue a Masters degree. To find this “why” I became child-like, asking many questions, majority of them beginning with why. Why was it important for me to help people through medicine? Why not a trainer, a physician or a nurse? Why not anything else?

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