Inside the Tornado
This is an educational video about tornadoes from the National Geographic Channel. The video talks about tornadoes as well as the equipment needed to track tornadoes. 
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Pictures of Tornadoes
This is a video of various pictures of tornadoes.  The slected music is strange. (06:17)
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Investing in long-term innovation under cost pressures
Julian Birkinshaw, Professor of Strategic and International Management suggests ways to continue investing in long term innovation whilst under pressure to cut costs. Innovation is not just about new products but finding smarter ways to work

Sir John Egan GLS 2010 interview
Sir John Egan (MSc01), Chairman, Severn Trent plc, on what we can learn from emerging markets

The Slave Trade
The slave trade touched the lives of people around the globe, explains Colonial Williamsburg's Educational Program Development director Bill White.
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Escape the Noose: Benefit of Clergy
The hangman's noose was the last stop for many a felon. But the ultimate penalty could be avoided with the recitation of one special psalm. Historian Linda Rowe explains the Benefit of Clergy.
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Call Forth the Militia
Local militiamen were ragtag but tenacious fighting forces. Supervisor of Military Programs John Hill describes Revolutionary War hometown defenses.
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Master Chef Akihiri Kotani
Master Chef Akihiri Kotani demonstrates knife skills and the process of making Dashi to GRCC Secchia Institue for Culinary Education students.
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Letter A Rap
This is a song that introduces the letter a and shows the letter in capital and lowercase forms as well as the varying sounds the letter makes. (2:23)
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2.1 Before the recording

Now you have the opportunity to listen to the recordings of Sorley MacLean. I hope you will find that it brings to life the poetry that you have looked at on the page, and that it helps you to grasp some of the differences between Gaelic and English that affect MacLean's translation of his own work, as well as elucidating particular references that may have puzzled you. Perhaps the best plan, if you have time, will be to listen to each section once, and then go through them again, stopping an
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Conclusion
From Catholic rebellion to Civil War, what happened during the latter years of the reign of Charles I that caused people to take up arms against their fellow citizens? This unit looks at the background of the wars between England, Scotland and Ireland and how the king’s actions led to the rift between royalists and parliamentarians.
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Sea Turtles - Endangered Species
This video provides a preview of a television documentary and educational film featuring the rarest sea turtle in the world—the Kemp's Ridley sea turtle. It describes the efforts underway to save these sea turtles from extinction. (8:02)
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Ons lichaam : Hoekenwerk
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Proefjes en opdrachten waardoor leerlingen meer te weten komen over het lichaam. Leerlingen ontdekken bijvoorbeeld hoe de ademhaling werkt en hoe het komt dat we soms een boer laten. Ze bekijken hoe smaakpapillen er uitzien en ze moeten …


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4.3 Humans in polar regions
The extreme challenges of life in the polar regions require the animals who make their habitat there to make many adaptations. This unit explores the polar climate and how animals like reindeer, polar bears, penguins, sea life and even humans manage to survive there. It looks at the adaptations to physiological proceses, the environmental effects on diet, activity and fecundity, and contrasts the strategies of aquatic and land-based animals in surviving in this extreme habitat. This unit builds
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1 War memorial and commemoration

In this unit you will have an opportunity to practise good study techniques using a framework within which to use them. Obviously, since you are shortly to begin your study of a range of disciplines, it will make sense to use a framework, or theme, that is relevant to the arts as a whole. The theme we have selected is that of commemoration and memorials.

Studying this unit will give you the experience of looking at, and thinking about, ideas that form the study of the humanities. At poi
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Making Pro Sports Kosher:: Sports-World Christianity and its Implications for Religious Minorities.
The infusion of evangelical Christianity in sports comes at a scarcely examined cost to the religiously diverse communities that support major league franchises, particularly Jewish (and other religious minority) populations. Tom Krattenmaker, the author of the new book 'Onward Christian Athletes,' will explore the ways that Jewish concerns and rights have been too often ignored--indeed, violated--by evangelical activity in pro sports, and will begin a long-overdue discussion of measures to ensu
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Part 1: Introduction to Code Kwondo/A Close Look at Unity for Windows 8 and Windows Phone | Dojo: Un

In part 1 of this developer dojo, Sensei Jonathan Rozenblit introduces Code Kwondo, the Developer Movement program launching November 2013. Code Sensei Mickey MacDonald then takes you on a close look at Unity and how you can bring in your Unity assets into Visual Studio 2013 to create Windows 8 and Windows Phone versions of your games/apps.

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How the TV Works
Television is often taken for granted, but the box that brings TV shows into your home is an amazing device. Find out whats going on inside a TV set. Run time 01:17.
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China and Strategic Cyber Issues: A lecture by Dr. James Mulvenon
Dr. Mulvenon, Vice-President of Defense Group, Inc.?s Intelligence Division and Director of DGI?s Center for Intelligence Research and Analysis, describes China's growing cyber prowess and its policy implications in today's global cyber security environment.
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Away from Evangelicalism: Reflections on Changes at World Vision
In this event, Thomas Getman, the top diplomat for the humanitarian organization World Vision, shared his personal reflections on faith-based humanitarian assistance over the last decade, and its prospects for the future. The Mortara Center for International Studies co-sponsored the event.
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