How to Grow Mint
In this clip a gardener shows how to grow mint by plainting the seeds in a spot that is full of hot sunlight and has room to grow. Separate mint from other plants.  Lots of useful information and tips for growing mint in this clip.

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The Little Match Girl - Filmed in 1902
Watch what happens to this poor little girl after she loses her slippers on New Year's Eve.  She how she chooses to use her precious matches, and what great wonder she discovers with them, in this classical holiday tale.  No narration, accompanied with nice song. 
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Reading comprehension : Wi-Fi
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Deze leestoets over het onstaan van Wi-Fi neemt maximum 1 lesuur in beslag.

In het Word-document vind je de test met vragen. De tekst zelf is te vinden via deze link :


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16.07 Dynamics (MIT)
This course covers the fundamentals of Newtonian mechanics, including kinematics, motion relative to accelerated reference frames, work and energy, impulse and momentum, 2D and 3D rigid body dynamics. The course pays special attention to applications in aerospace engineering including introductory topics in orbital mechanics, flight dynamics, inertial navigation and attitude dynamics. By the end of the semester, students should be able to construct idealized (particle and rigid body) dynamical m
Author(s): Widnall, Sheila,Deyst, John,Greitzer, Edward

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21L.310 Bestsellers: Detective Fiction (MIT)
This course focuses on works that caught the popular imagination in the past or present. It emphasizes texts that are related by genre, theme or style. The books studied in this course vary from semester to semester, and the topic for Fall 2006 is Detective Fictions.
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2008.08.06 - Help Desk (Audio)
Fall semester 2008. Each August (semester start) call volume goes up: they get 5500 calls. Working on first call resolution. Top issues: passwords. There are 1800 APs installed for wireless - this means lots of wireless calls.
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Xavier Cabré : Nonlinear elliptic and Fisher-KPP equations with fractional diffusion (audio)

Premier atelier de l'ERC « Reaction-Diffusion Equations, Propagations and Modelling »

 Journées d'étude organisées par Henri Berestycki et Jean-Michel Roquejoffre

 EHESS, 24-25 septembre 2013
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Week 1--August 29, 2013
First discussion podcast of the Fall 2013 semester, covering a range of topics related to psychology in general and our course in particular.
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Beyond Y2k: A Look at Acadia's Present and Future
The sky may not be falling, but it sure is getting closer. Where will you when the last three zeros of our millennial odometer click into place? Computer scientists tell us that Y2K will bring the world?s computer infrastructure to its knees. Maybe, maybe not. But it is interesting that Y2K is an issue at all. Speculating on the future is simultaneously a magnifying glass for examining our technologies and a looking glass for what we become through them. "The future" is nothing new. Orwell's vis
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The world of Orthodox sainthood
This is a module framework. It can be viewed online or downloaded as a zip file. As taught in Autumn Semester 2009. The enthusiasm for Valentine’s Day and Father Christmas is an example of the continuing legacy of the cult of saints in contemporary society. But who were the original St Valentine and St Nicholas? What can their lives tell us about the culture they lived in, and how were they venerated before the invention of chocolate hearts and the Christmas tree? This 10-credit module will
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How Wikis Work
A popular, simple explanation of how wikis work.  Explains wiki concepts using the example of planning a camping trip.  A "paperwork" video. (3:52)
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The Origins of Mass Killing: the bloodlands hypothesis [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Timothy Snyder | At no other time in European history were so many human beings deliberately killed as a matter of policy as in Eastern Europe between 1933 and 1945. In the lands between Berlin and Moscow, the Soviets killed more than four million by starvation and bullets, the Germans more than twice that number by starvation, bullets, and gas. Most deliberate Soviet killing, and almost all deliberate Nazi killing, took place in this zone. If we can understand the totality
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OPSE 402: High Power Laser and Photonics Applications
Open to all engineering, computer science, biology, and science majors with junior or senior standing. Advanced combined laboratory and lecture course emphasizing photonics and high power laser applications. The lecture and laboratory portions of the course focus on the different specialities of the associated faculty in which each faculty member designs the experiment/supporting lecture in their field of expertise. Topics include Maxwell's equations, principles of lasers, electro-optics, non-li
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Digital Library Object - Graphics-oriented battlefield tracking systems: U.S. Army and Air Force int
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French Lesson - Les Idéogrammes
This video teaches (with the help of a talking frog) the traveler how to read and understand the signs that are on the streets in France. Only French is spoken, but the signs are understandable. For intermediate learners.
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Building an Artist's Life: Lisa Congdon
Building an Artist's Life features workshops, presentations, and networking opportunities. It is hosted by the Career Development team at California College of the Arts (CCA). At the fall 2013 inaugural event, we filmed 10-minute presentations of individual Bay Area artists who share their perspectives about creating and maintaining an artistic life. Read more: https://www.cca.edu/calendar/2013/building-artists-life-creating-multifaceted-arts-career Part symposium, part workshop, and part n
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Virtual Maths, Density formula simulation
Density, mass and volume interactive formula, simulation
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Vocabulary (Vocabulaire) for Items in the Home, Part 1
A frog (who has teeth!) says phrases for items around the house. In this video, each word is said only once. However, a new French-language learner should hear each phrase twice and more slowly. The English translation should be given, in case a younger learner does not recognize the item in the images provided for reference.
Smaller image next to the frog is small, so the viewer may want to open the video to 'full screen'.

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Kritike
Kritike is an open access online philosophy journal. Based in the Philippines, it has a broad remit, covering all philosophical topics, but with a particular focus on analytic philosophy, continental philosophy, and East-West comparative philosophy. Interdisciplinary contributions are also encouraged. In addition to articles (which are peer-reviewed), the journal also accepts creative works (e.g. fiction or poetry) with strong philosophical content. Guidelines for potential contributors are prov
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French year 1 semester A
This module is aimed at 1st year students in semester A and addresses common grammatical problems areas.
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