Kinue Snookes, Lecturer in Japanese at the University of Worcester, recaps the main points learnt during one of her lectures in a slide show with audio commentary
Mia rehabilitates squirrels in this segment from WILD TV. Mia’s mother is a state licensed animal rehabilitator. She rescues and takes care of orphaned or injured wildlife with the goal of returning them back to the wild when they are healthy and old enough to survive on their own. Mia and her mother do not get paid to do this. They do volunteer work because they care for animals. The video shows Mia feeding baby squirrels. However, to survive in the wild, the animals learn to b
Portrait of Aaron Wolfsohn (or Wolfsohn-Alle), Rabbi of Hildesheim Area (Hannover) 1754-1835.
Shown full-face wearing prayer shawl over rabbinical dress and side locks. Wolfsohn, a writer of the Haskalah, published in Hebrew, Yiddish and German.,Shown full-face wearing prayer shawl over rabbinical dress and side locks. Wolfsohn, a writer of the Haskalah, published in Hebrew, Yiddish and German.
Table of volcano interferograms
Table of potentially active volcanoes in the central Andes with links to interferograms of each.
Simon of Trent / "Judensau".
top: corpse of Simon of Trent.,Bottom: hog, devil and other figures based on a traditional German anti-Semitic image, said to go back to the Middle ages, such as the 15th. cent. design on the bridge at Frankfurt, the "Judensau" (illustrated as the frontpiece of J.Trachtenberg's The Devil and the Jews). Text in German.,top: corpse of Simon of Trent.,Bottom: hog, devil and other figures based on a traditional German anti-Semitic image, said to go back to the Middle ages, such as the 15th. cent. de
Terezin: Work Brigade 1943.
Perspective view of a group of marching men wearing stars of David. Some of them a carrying picks, They are highly individualized.,signed and dated 11.9.43 lower left.,Perspective view of a group of marching men wearing stars of David. Some of them a carrying picks, They are highly individualized.,signed and dated 11.9.43 lower left.,Born in Czechoslovakia. In 1937, his works were designated as "degenerate art" and he was accused of cultural Bolshevism because of the caricatures he had published
Landscape. A view from outside the Wall, pencil tinted with watercolor. Signed lower right and dated 4.8.35,Landscape. A view from outside the Wall, pencil tinted with watercolor. Signed lower right and dated 4.8.35
Rothschild is enthroned on piles of moneybags in the various denominations of European coins, with the crowned heads of state, a priest and the poor kneeling at his feet.,Rothschild is enthroned on piles of moneybags in the various denominations of European coins, with the crowned heads of state, a priest and the poor kneeling at his feet.
Recognition of the Soviet Union; Pittsburgh Politics;Joe Stalin; Franklin Roosevelt; Soviet-German Pact; Soviet Union;McKeesport flyer justifying the Soviet Union's change in policy following the Non-Aggression Pact.
They Might Be Giants-"The Vowel Family" Song
Young learners will enjoy the cute, animated puppets in this video. Students will learn about the different vowels. Some of the lyrics include. "Vowels are important letters. There are vowels in every word." Content is appropriate for early readers in elementary and/or for special education. (02:11)
Internet Scout Project
From National Geographic, this WildWorld -- Sights and Sounds website offers visitors an immersion experience in "some of the world's most distinctive ecoregions through audio, video, photos, interviews, conservation tips, and more." The eight ecoregions include the Bering Sea, Eastern Himalayan Broadleaf and Conifer Forests, Amazon River and Flooded Forest, and Mesoamerican Reef -- just to name a few. Separate ecoregion sites provide a map with links allowing visitors to connect to clear photos
Old Union Wagon (page 4)
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Encylcopedia of Laser Physics and Technology
This is a comprehensive encyclopedia that provides a brief definition or explanation of a keyword term or principle of laser physics and technology. The site is organized so that one can click on an alphabet letter to get a listing of keywords or terms for searching. This site will be useful for novices in the field and anyone who needs a refresher or reminder of terms and definitions. Most useful to upper division undergrads, graduate students and practitioners who need to learn terms to naviga
Portrait of Berthold Auerbach ( 1812-1882 ).
Bust of the novelist and essayist, who devoted much time to the cause of emancipation.,Bust of the novelist and essayist, who devoted much time to the cause of emancipation.
Portrait of Ernst Toller (1893-1939).
Signed by Stumpp and Toller.,Signed by Stumpp and Toller.,German playwright and Socialist activist, Toller participated in the Communist government after World War I and in the Spanish civil war. He commited suicide in New York.
The effects of phonotactic and orthotactic probabilities on orthographic fast-mapping in kindergarte
The purpose of this study was to investigate how the linguistic components of phonotactic and orthotactic probability affected children’s ability to fast-map orthographic information and whether orthographic processing explained unique variance on children’s literacy skills above and beyond that of phonological processing. Moreover, the current study examined whether kindergarten children with and without typical language abilities were differentially affected by linguistic processes on read
Antarctic Village - Metisse Flag
By way of calling the Orta Antarctic expedition to an end, the artists staged the first in a series of symbolic football games, ‘Heads or Tails, Tails or Heads’. Meteorologists, paleontologists and geologists from the Marambio Antarctic Base joined the Orta team to play a symbolic ‘All Nation’ match. The Metisse Flag and the Antarctic football shirts, created by the artists make it difficult to identify the adversary. The front and back of the players' shirts are stitched together with d
Learn about daily life in England and Mexico, followed by Q&A
Did you ever wonder why a camel has a hump? If you can really tell the weather by listening to the chirp of a cricket? Or why our joints make popping sounds? These questions deal with everyday phenomena that we often take for granted, but each can be explained scientifically. Everyday Mysteries will help you get the answers to these and many other of life's most interesting questions through scientific inquiry. In addition, we will introduce you to the Library of Congress' rich collections in sc