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Portrait figure of Elisabeth Frink (1956) by Frederick Edward McWilliam, West Walk, Town Centre, Harlow, Essex. General view from the east. Photographed by Steven Baker 2015.
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This collection contains the microfilmed records of the Slavonic Congregational Church of Pittsburgh.
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Pachelbel Canon in D Major
This is an audio recording of Pachelbel's "Canon in D Major" with a picture of Pachelbel as the backdrop. It was originally scored for three violins and basso continuo and paired with a gigue in the same key. THis cannon has a basso continuo playing an independent part.  The three top parts enter one by one playing the exact same part-beautifully layered.  This piece is often used in commercials as well as weddings.
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4.3 Physical grounds for thinking we are immortal

In section III Hume discusses what he calls physical reasons for thinking there is an afterlife. A sensible guess as to what he means by a physical reason is that it is one based on observation and experience of the physical world. He begins by asserting that physical reasons are the ones he has most respect for. (This assertion is unsurprising: his objections to moral reasons, and the metaphysical reasons we skipped, turn on the allegation that they depend on claims that go beyond wha
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8.5 Looking for Hinduism in Calcutta

8.4 A Europe of the regions?

What role will the ‘regions’ play in the emerging governance structures of the European Union? This unit examines the rise of the regions and regionalism in Western Europe. You will look at the possible development pathways for Europe: will it become a Federal super-state or a decentralised ‘Europe of the Regions’?

The unit discusses the future of Europe, and it looks particularly closely at what may happen to the smaller political units presently existing below the level of the
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6.2.3 Likelihood, impact and risk

Having looked at threats, vulnerabilities, outcomes and impacts, we are now in a position to offer a definition of risk with regard to threats to the information assets of an organisation. This definition will lead to an approach to measuring and assessing risk that is consistent with the Standard and with IT Governance: A Manager's Guide to Data Security & BS 7799/ISO 177799 (the Set Book). This systematic approach to risk assessment corresponds to Stage 3 of the ISMS documentation ta
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Introduction

This unit is on Christopher Marlowe's famous play Doctor Faustus. It considers the play in relation to Marlowe's own reputation as a rule-breaker and outsider and asks whether the play criticises or seeks to arouse audience sympathy for its protagonist, who sells his soul to the devil in exchange for 24 years of power and pleasure. Is this pioneering drama a medieval morality play or a tragedy?

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11.307 Beijing Urban Design Studio (MIT)
This is the 20th anniversary of the Beijing Urban Design Studio, which is a joint program between the MIT and Tsinghua University Schools of Architecture and Planning. The goal of the studio is to foster international cooperation through the undertaking of a joint urban design and planning initiative in the city of Beijing involving important, often controversial, sites and projects. Since 1995, almost 250 MIT and Tsinghua University students and faculty have participated in this annual studio,
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7.6 Arithmetic with binary fractions

My final point in the preceding section brings home the fact that integer arithmetic is not really suitable when divisions are to be performed. It is also not suitable where some or all of the values involved in the arithmetic are not – or are not necessarily – integers, and this is often the case. In such cases, arithmetic has to be performed on non-integers.

The most common representation for non-integers is the floating-point representation that I mentioned briefly in Box 3. You
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4.4 The marine carbon cycle

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3.4 Describing characteristics and locations

In the remainder of this section you study some expressions commonly used in description and then practise them in the context of a site in France.


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5.2 Conflict and consensus

The diverse forms of conflict that have marked long periods of European history hardly require further emphasis here. The first half of the twentieth century, in particular, was clearly dominated by what many have described as a European civil war. Since 1945, in marked contrast, the western part of the continent has been increasingly dominated by a growing number of freely associated countries in the name of a newly constituted ‘Europe’. It has been remarkably successful in developing me
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PSYC 105 - Lecture 03 - 9/29/2010
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Something About Mary Magdalene 4 (of 5)
'Something About Mary Magdalene' looks at the role of Mary Magdalene through history and highlights recent evidence concerning her role in the church and today's society. Use this documentary to learn -- information contained in the documentary does not have to interfere with one's faith. It is NOT meant to be inflammatory but informative.
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3.5 Evaluating claims, using evidence

Where does this exploration of evidence lead us? Can we decisively confirm or refute the common-sense stories of the crime problem in the UK?

Through an investigation of quantitative statistical evidence we certainly have some support for the claim that crime has risen considerably. But there are also doubts. The official statistics do not reflect unrecorded crime, and as one probes more deeply into the statistics we find that only certain types of crime have been on the rise. In any ca
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1.2 Earthquake-triggered landslides and tsunami

As well as being highly destructive in their own right, earthquakes can also trigger two other very destructive natural hazards. One of these is a landslide. This is a rapid movement of earth materials down a slope, the materials ranging from huge boulders to soil. Landslides can involve the movement of just a small amount of material or enough to bury whole towns in their path. They can have a number of causes, of which earthquakes are just one. The shock of an earthquake may be sufficient t
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Dress to Impress: Behind the scenes
Check out some of the behind-the-scenes moments for USC's From Campus to Career videos featuring USC students: Kay Angrum, John Luna, Kelly Kinas, Fernando Hurtado, Lauren Brose, Pierce Larsen, Judy Lee, Paul Samaha, and Katie Hogan. Presented by East West Bank (http://www.eastwestbank.com) To see current job openings at East West Bank, visit http://www.linkedin.com/company/east-west-bank/careers?trk=top_nav_careers Visit USC on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/usc Learn more about the Universi
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