Parsnip meets a Snowman

Parsnip is delighted to wake up to a snow-covered veggie patch, and wastes no time playing with the snow. But then he throws a snowball at what he thinks is a horrible monster! Scared to bits, he runs to find Big Parsnip, but is reassured when he finds out it is only a snowman. Parsnip then has the joy of making his very own Snow Parsnip
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Conic Sections - Ellipses - Yay Math
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See this songwriters approach to creating new music. Recommends that new songwriters write a lot of songs, and to become knowledgeable in music. He suggests that you write music first then search for the words.  (4:54)
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REC100 Fall 2010 Session 11
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This is one part of the Oregon State University Trivia Game. To play along you just have to click the answer you think is correct. You have two minutes and thirty seconds to answer each question. Click here to start the game over http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w-2X_DDS9AI
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This is one part of the Oregon State University Trivia Game. To play along you just have to click the answer you think is correct. You have two minutes and thirty seconds to answer each question. Click here to start the game over http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w-2X_DDS9AI
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Thanks a lot for playing the OSU Trivia Game. To get a free t-shirt all you have to do is upload a video response or comment on this video with a link to your response. Click here to start the game over http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w-2X_DDS9AI
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Group of Pomona College women
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Causes of the English Civil War.
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Alphabet Animals
Students use their knowledge of the alphabet and letter sounds to create an alphabet PowerPoint presentation. Each slide will contain a letter of the alphabet, a sentence and the sound that corresponds to that letter.
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"A Rale Boost to Lithrachoor": A Humorist Lampoons Libraries
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A German Jewish Woman Settles in North Dakota
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"A German Beer Garden on Sunday Evening."
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Now an annual event, National Engineers Week was founded by the National Society of Professional Engineers in 1951. In 1988, the National Engineers Week consortium expanded and now includes more than 100 engineering, scientific, and education societies and major corporations dedicated to enhancing the public understanding of the engineering profession and to promoting pre-college interest in math, science, and engineering as a career option. From this website, visitors can read suggestions for w
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Carbonated Grape Salad with Goat Cheese
What else can you do with a fresh table grape besides eat it? Chefs active in the realm of molecular gastronomy are manipulating ingredients in ways never imagined. Chef Scott Samuel of the Culinary Institute of America was asked to develop some contemporary recipes with California Table Grapes. He challenged himself to probe this frontier. "The idea came from one of my colleagues," says Samuel, "You put the grapes in a whipping-cream canister with wine and then charge it. You have to prick the
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