Jar signed Robert Tenorio, Santo Domingo Pueblo, N.M.
Jar - orange and black on cream with designs - triangles - goat and corn stalk - orange bottom signed "Robert Tenorio Santo Domingo Pueblo" -- From the Museum catalog,Gift by John A. Morgan, 2002
Author(s): Tenorio, Robert

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San Ildefonso jar
"Polished and matte sienna on polished black bowl with feather and cloud designs. Signature on bottom "Popovi 570" white and green sticker on bottom with "601" and "CW-5" Condition: Excellent"-- From the Museum catalog.,Gift by John A. Morgan, 2002
Author(s): Da, Popovi

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San Ildefonso jar
"Jar - black highly polished. Design around top half of jar. Signature on bottom "Marie & Julian" Condition: Good - Few minor scratches on side"--From the Museum catalog.,Gift by John A. Morgan, 2002
Author(s): Martínez, María Montoya,Martinez, Julian, 1897

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Jar attributed to Sarafina Tafoya
"Jar - highly polished black water jar. Five bear paw designs on shoulder evenly spaced. No signature on pot Condition: Good - scratches on rim, 4 white spots on side could be paint"-- From the Museum catalog.,Gift by John A. Morgan, 2002
Author(s): Tafoya, Sarafina (?)

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1 What are scattering and tunnelling?
Scattering is fundamental to almost everything we know about the world, such as why the sky is blue. Tunnelling is entirely quantum-mechanical and gives rise to such phenomena as nuclear fusion in stars. Examples and applications of both these fascinating concepts are investigated in this unit.
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There is an App for that: The Future of the Mobile App Store
How will the App store impact the future landscape of technology development and commerce? With the advent of the iPhone, Andriod, Blackberry and the move to mobile computing it is becoming clear the real power is within the mobile application marketplace. The Apple App store for example has become the dominant marketplace for mobile software innovation and is vying for more control with the newly arrived iPad platform.
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The End of Remembering
Once upon a time remembering was everything. Today, we have endless mountains of documents, the Internet and ever-present smart phones to store our memories. As our culture has transformed from one that was fundamentally based on internal memories to one that is fundamentally based on memories stored outside the brain, what are the implications for ourselves and for our society? What does it mean that we've lost our memory? Joshua Foer studied evolutionary biology at Yale University and is now a
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The most ‘important and greatest puzzle’ we face as humans is ourselves (Boring, 1950, p. 56). Humans are a puzzle – one that is complex, subtle and multi-layered, and it gets even more complicated as we evolve over time and change in different contexts. When answering the question ‘What makes us who we are?’, psychologists put forward a range of explanations about why people feel, think and behave the way they do. Just when psychologists seem to understand one bit of ‘who we are’
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Glossary
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De media-aandacht voor beroemde personen kritisch belichten
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El Sistema: Social Support and Advocacy Through Musical Education
Even in the confines of a panel discussion,
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5 Conclusion

Knowledge technologies, as software systems, embody formal models of how the world works: for example, networks between people, what their roles are, how information should flow, rules about interdependences between variables, and how to index and categorise information. If well designed, such models relieve people of mundane activities, allowing them to focus on what they do best: communication, negotiation, creative problem solving: that is, the construction of new shared meaning. At their
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Click on 'View document' below to open and read the remainder of Audrey Linkman's article on 'Photography and art theory', then answer the questions.

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Automated Reasoning
Automated Reasoning - Nicholas Gibbins Keywords:automated reasoning , analytic tableaux , resolution
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Ariès, P. (1976) Western Attitudes Towards Death, Marion Boyars, London.
Cartwright, A., Hockey, L. and Anderson, J. (1973) Life before Death, Routledge and Kegan Paul, London.
Dinnage, R. (1990) The Ruffian on the Stair: Reflections on Death, Viking, London.
Fenwick, P. and Fenwick, E. (1996) ‘The n
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Turkey's international role has grown in recent years as its economy has boomed under the direction of Prime Minister Erdogan and Foreign Minister Davutoglu's much-vaunted 'Strategic Depth' foreign policy doctrine. But as Turkey goes to the polls in a general election, what will be the impact of the result on its international role? This event marks the launch of a major new research report from LSE IDEAS entitled 'Turkey's Global Strategy'. Professor Michael Cox is Co-director of LSE IDEAS and
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1.4.5 Case study 2: Li’s death – a residential home death

Li was a resident in a home where she had lived for the previous five years. She had led an exciting and unusual life, travelling from China at the age of 30 and living in England for the remainder of her life. After her husband’s death Li felt unable to live alone and moved into a residential home which employed some Chinese-speaking staff and had a small Chinese day unit attached to it. Li maintained her use of Chinese language, and continued to wear Chinese clothes. Despite these strong
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Physical Sciences and Engineering
Personal reminiscence and professional observations share the stage in the second panel of this symposium on computation.

As a boy, former MIT President Charles (Chuck) Vest daydreamed about going on a rocket ship to the moon, having a tiny TV, and obtaining a Dick Tracy wristwatch. While he never made it to the moo

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Path of Professorship:Applying

October 23, 2010 - Profs. Susan Ernst, Jocelyn Monroe, and Becca Neumann Professor Ernst, a professor of the Biology department and previous Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences at Tufts University, gives advice on the application process for professorships. She describes what application packages include, what the key features of teaching and research statements are, and what search committees are looking for. She gives tips on how to put together an application package that stands out.
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