Mystery Capacity: Thinking Cups, Pints, Quarts, and Gallons

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Ball python
All reptiles are cold-blooded, meaning that they gather their warmth from the environment around them. Reptiles in captivity, like this ball python, need a sun lamp to stay warm. They could die if they get too cold.
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Minimum Measured Ozone Level in 1986
Stratospheric Ozone level for October 7, 1986.
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1.3.6 Journals

Journals and articles written by academics or experts are an excellent source of information. Journals are usually published monthly or quarterly, and contain a selection of articles providing details of recent research. Often they will also contain reviews of relevant books. They are usually published more quickly than books, and so are often more up to date.

To access content of journals, most publishers require a subscription. There are, however, some journals which you can freely ac
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Hot Topics: Cool Talk-Responsible Citizenship
Two University of St. Thomas Law Professors address the question "How Should A Catholic Vote?" in the final discourse of St. Thomas's "Hot Topics: Cool Talk" series. Sponsored by the Murphy Institute for Catholic Thought, Law and Public Policy, the series of public discourses explored both the Catholic positions and some challenging perspectives on major policy issues likely to be the focus of debate in the 2012 fall elections. Topics this year included: same sex marriage, embryo rights and
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SFU Pipe Band at New York's Lincoln Center
The Simon Fraser University Pipe Band celebrates its 30th anniversary with a concert at New York City's Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, recording as its 12th CD.
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Hyperbolic Logarithms
Stephen Kent Stephenson
An accumulation function derivation of the properties of Hyperbolic Logarithms, a.k.a. Natural Logarithms. Original URL: http://knol.google.com/k/-/-/54i5knqm7czn/11
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Louise Court Guest lecture
Cosmopolitan editor and journalist, Louise Court, joined journalism and PR students to share her top tips for a successful career in the magazine industry. Louise described what she believes is behind the success of Cosmopolitan - which celebrates its 40th anniversary this year - and offered her top ten career tips. Louise started out as a junior reporter at a local newspaper and became UK editor of the world's most read women's magazine five years ago. For more information please visit http://w
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1.5 Speeds

Speed is the ratio of distance travelled to time taken. A runner's speed may be quoted in metres per second, miles per hour or kilometres per hour. The units are given as:

   unit of distance per unit of time.

When you have a distance covered (such as a mile) and a time taken (such as four minutes) the average speed is defined as