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The Traction Terminal Shed was torn down in 1968. The Terminal Building was torn down in April, 1972. Blue Cross Blue Shield Health Insurance Company built on the lot. Today a hotel and parking garage occupy the site. [ca.1985],Appears in Destination Indiana 15
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An Integrated 3D Geodatabase for Palladio's Work
The paper presents a novel digital 3D GIS web-based system entirely founded on Google Earth, built to offer a deep insight into Palladio's opera for restitution of its architectural surveys, reconstruction for historical reasons, analysis for structural and other options, and assembly and presentation of all certified Palladian documentation.The development of the application follows the philosophy of visual computing and it is based on an architectural knowledge representation.The information s
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Platon - La politica parte 15 de 16
Entre sus obras más importantes se cuentan: la República, en la cual elabora la filosofía política de un estado ideal; el Fedro, en el que desarrolla una compleja e influyente teoría psicológica; el Timeo, un influyente ensayo de cosmogonía, cosmología racional, física y escatología, influido por las matemáticas pitagóricas; y el Teeteto, el primer estudio conocido sobre filosofía de la ciencia. (14:57)
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In this game, learners investigate the very different behavior of forces at the nanoscale as they navigate nano-size robots of their own design across a challenging terrain.
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Chessboard Algebra and Function Machines
Lesson Objective:Students find the rule that determines the number of chessboard squares. Questions to Consider:See how Ms. Bottomley uses a function machine to have students predict the ruleHow does the lesson help students see the difference between additive and multiplicative patterns?What about the lesson helps students be successful with this complex pattern?Common Core StandardsMath.4.OA.2, Math.4.OA.5
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The Great Gravity Escape
Students use water balloons and a length of string to understand how gravity and the velocity of a spacecraft balance to form an orbit. They see that when the velocity becomes too great for gravity to hold onto an object, the object escapes the gravity of the sun or planet that it orbits.
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2.2.9 Professionalisation

Care of frail older people provides an example. Many were cared for in the old Poor Law infirmaries which had become the responsibility of local authorities by the early decades of the twentieth century. These tended to be considered, by patients, doctors and nurses alike, as very much second class to voluntary aided hospitals (Timmins, 1996, p. 106). Nevertheless, even within the voluntary hospitals older people often fared least well, living for years on ‘back wards’ allocated for the
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Narrator tells basic information about Richmond Garden Cemetery.  This cemetery has a lot of biking, runners, and tourists viewing it on a daily basis, in addition to inspiring local artists.  Part 1 of 12.  Length 1:39
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11.124 Introduction to Education: Looking Forward and Looking Back on Education (MIT)
An introductory course on teaching and learning science and mathematics in a variety of K-12 settings. Topics include education and media, education reform, the history of education, simulations, games, and the digital divide.
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Before students can understand specific aspects of successful professional messages (like organization or style), they need to grasp prerequisites about context. Building on Aristotle, this tutorial helps students think about a workplace document as one of three aspects of context represented by the rhetorical triangle, the writer and his or her purpose. It teaches students to analyze the four purposes for which professionals create written messages in the workplace.
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