Preparing for the professional cookery external exam
From Learning and Teaching Scotland's National Qualifications online website, this pack contains information for tutors and candidates on preparing for the external exam theory paper for Professional Cookery at Higher level. The pack is freely available to download as either a PDF or a Microsoft Word file.
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TB Vaccines as Therapy in Latently Infected HIV+ Adults- Tom Evans (Aeras)
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Eric Whitacre is one of the most performed composers of his generation. After creating and conducting the "virtual choir" in 2010 -- hundreds of voices from around the world singing together on YouTube -- he's back with a larger, even more ambitious work: "Sleep." His inspriational story from TED

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