Harrison Ford as Deckard from Blade Runner: The Final Cut - In cinemas 3 April 2015 | BFI
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Verbs were born to sing the blues
Oh, the sentence never ends,
It goes on and on and on and on.
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Through presentation sessions on recent articles in academic journals in our fields: - To share recent knowledge in cutting-edge researches in research fields in our departments. - To discover novel viewpoints through discussions and bring them back to own research problems. - To improve presentation skills based on own experiences, feedback from others, as well as observation of others.
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