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Nixon Telephones Armstrong on the Moon
This is a composite photo from NASA of President Richard M. Nixon as he telephoned "Tranquility Base" and astronauts Neil Armstrong and Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin.
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Nascholingstraject Ge zijt zelf competent : Academie Mechelen
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Dit is een van de trajecten, uitgetekend binnen het nascholingstraject Ge zijt zelf competent.
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1.8.1 What happens next?

The next ten years are likely to be momentous for the history of Europe. However, in the same way that no social scientist was able to predict the collapse of the Soviet order, it is pointless to speculate on possible but improbable scenarios. At this point it is only possible to project toward the future on the basis of the existing parameters; the more accurate and detailed our knowledge of the present trends is, the more likely our forecasts are to have some success.

Europe is at a c
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Introduction

This unit focuses on the problem of greenhouse gas emissions, especially carbon dioxide, and explore what you can do to lighten those emissions to help reduce the rate of climate change. You will assess your ‘carbon footprint’ and see what actions you and, if relevant, other household members could take to lighten that footprint. You will also better understand which actions are more and less effective, and the scope and limits of what individuals can do at the personal and household leve
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Odysseys in Technology: Research and Fun, lecture by Ivan Sutherland
[Record Date: October 9, 2005] Here's the blurb: In 1960, the opportunities for building computers in universities were fading. Computers had become too big, complex, and expensive. The focus shifted to programming and to bringing order into the new subject of software design. This task seemed elusive, mainly because it involved not only designing better languages, but also educating people to make use of such improvements. Nevertheless, for Dr. Wirth, the goal was worthwhile—a goal he pursue
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3.1 Shining examples

Sport, it should be clear by now, has a symbiotic relationship with the media. Newspapers, radio and television have enlarged the audience for sports and greatly enriched the enjoyment that can be gained from following sport. Sport provides the media with copy and content along with readers, viewers and customers. Why does sport provide such good content and in such quantities for every sort of media? What is the public getting and what is it that the public likes? Sport provides many pleasur
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What a Year on Earth Really Looks Like
A ten-minute animation that shows how the Earth moves through space. Excellent visual for students studying seasons, astronomy, and/or space. Best used with handout as this video moves fairly fast.  (09:20)
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Can You Design an Organisation?
Organisational “master builders” are defined by their problem-solving acumen, not just their experience.
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7.1 Introduction

Until now, we have discussed DNA primarily as a double helix, but in its natural state within the cell it is found packaged as a complex mixture with many different proteins and other components. You have already seen examples of proteins with specific roles to play, such as topoisomerases and the proteins with various DNA binding domains, but in this section we will turn our attention to the proteins that serve to pack and organise the DNA into what we call chromatin.

The packaging of
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Official government news portal of Sri Lanka
This is an official website of the Sri Lankan government., It provides free access to press releases, news stories, pod casts and links to recent statistics, legislation and full text official publications. These cover all aspects of the domestic and foreign policy of Sri Lanka. All information offered in English. Some materials are archived from 2000 onwards. They include government accounts of negotiations with the Tamil Tigers, budget and economic policy, relations with other Asian nations an
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Ebrary H1N1 (influenza) searchable information center
This site has been created by Ebrary to provide a portal to information about HN1NI influenza. It enables users to quickly search for government documents (mainly American agency) plus reports, guidelines, newsletters and manuals from inter-governmental agencies worldwide. Most items can be viewed online and downloaded free of charge. These cover all aspects of the illness including pandemics, public health, medication, symptoms, risk management in the workplace and treatments.
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Sustainable Tourism Certification
A lecture on sustainable tourism
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Boston University's Kevin Gallagher - Facilitating Foreign Investment for Strategic Resources: Evide
Part of the 2nd Joint Boston/Warwick Politics and International Studies Workshop on Aspects of the Post Financial Crisis.
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Acknowledgements

This unit was written by Dr Valerie Hope

The content acknowledged below is Proprietary (see terms and conditions) and is used under licence:

Goodman, M. (1997), The Roman World, 44 BC–AD 180, London and New York, Routledge. With permission of the author.

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Julius Caesar: Caesar's Death Scene
Presented by the University of Richmond's Department of Theatre and Dance, September 30, 2010. Julius Caesar is one of Shakespeare's most gripping political thrillers and one of the theatre's greatest explorations of the intoxicating lust for power and violent change that can lead to the rending of ambitions, friendships, and a nation. Centered around three of Shakespeare's most memorable characters—Caesar, Brutus, and the young Mark Antony—the play contrasts a vast historical canvas
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A virtual practice community for student learning and staff development in health and social work
This resource is the final report for the a Health Sciences and Practice mini project: A virtual practice community for student learning and staff development in health and social work inter-professional education; changing practice through collaboration.
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PDC '10: Student Apps for Windows Phone 7

This year at the PDC we took advantage of the large amount of students creating apps for the new Windows Phone 7. In this clip I sat down with 5 students from across the globe to learn about how they spent their time at the PDC and what apps that had each created. Good stuff!


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Gastric Lavage Procedure Animation
This resource can be used to illustrate the gastric lavage procedure Gastric lavage is the standard method of obtaining specimens for Tuberculosis TB diagnosis in young children. It is generally carried out only in infants and children below the age of two years In older children specimens for TB microscopy and culture are better obtained by sputum induction or voluntary coughing. There are two items included here Gastric lavage Presentation PPT presentation that illustrates and explains the pro
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Chekuri Kondamma Story

Chekuri Kondamma native of Vedurawada village Atchuthapuram mandal is a widow. She is bringing up her daughter’s children, as her daughter died unfortunately. She performed her Grand daughter’s marriage. Grand son who is uneducated is looking after the house hold affairs & cultivating 30 cents of land growing coconut trees & grazing a buffalo.
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