Love You Forever- In ASL
Student-Created Video-The popular children's story, Love You Forever, by Robert Munsch in American Sign Language. The story is voiced while being signed but no text or illustrations are used.
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YaioResearch.com : research on boys love genres, fans and creators
This website is the home page of Druann Pagliassotti, a researcher who is examining the Japanese 'yaio' genre within manga. This is a comics genre about... "same-sex romance and/or sexual relations". There is a short description of the research, a reader survey to download, and also a bibliographic wiki, the 'Yaoi Research Wiki Board' which is a unique guide to the sparse academic and fan literature on the topic. The fan/reader survey offers "13 in-depth questions", which may act as exemplars
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Making nature your business : a guide for starting a nature tourism business in the Lone Star State

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Science and the Star of Bethlehem
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The "End" of Love: Evolutionary Psychology, Altruism, and Human Purpose
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'French is the language of love and stuff': student perceptions of issues related to motivation in l
This is a DFES Research Informed Practice Site review of a study investigated differences in pupils' motiation for learning foreign languages in Years 7 and 9, and suggests ways in which teachers could improve this.
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4. Paul Robeson: From Star to Outcast (October 4, 2007)
African-American history, black history, modern history, Modern Freedom Struggle, Clay Carson, black culture, civil rights movement, civil rights, black power
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Lisa Appignanesi - Love and the Novel
Lisa Appignanesi considers the subject of love and the novel and reads extracts from her book The Things We Do For Love. She discusses the treatment of love throughout the history of the novel, in particular the work of Henry James.
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Lecture 13: East Asian traditional views of love and desire (3 of 3): Buddhism
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Lecture 12: East Asian traditional views of love and desire (2 of 3): Daoism
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Lecture 4: East Asian traditional views of love and desire (1 of 3): Confucianism
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Lecture 22 Ordinary Daily Life - Romantic Love Etc
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Lecture 7: William St. Thierry: The pedagogy of love 2
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Lecture 6: William St. Thierry: The pedagogy of love
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VUCast: Vanderbilt is growing, “rocking out” and learning from a movie star!

Contact: Emily Pearce   ·   Amy Wolf   ·   (615) 322-2706

Patients, students and members of the public seeking more information on medical stories should call Vanderbilt University Medical Center News Office at 615-322-4747.

Vanderbilt's video production unit has won eight regional Emmy awards and earned 21 nomina
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Listen: Interdisicplinary project includes rising star in contemporary classical music
An interdisciplinary research project at Vanderbilt, in partnership with the ALIAS Chamber Ensemble, has commissioned a piece of original music from award-winning composer Gabriela Lena Frank. This fall the piece will be premiered and recorded by ALIAS, which includes musicians from the Blair School.
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Tower Poetry 2010 Love has no Larynx
Emily Harrison reads her entry for the 2010 Tower Poetry Competition 'Love has No Larynx'
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Earth Science Rocks!
In this earth science themed programme, Dr Sarah Davies delve into a fantastic project - Enabling Remote Activity - which helps mobility-impaired students take part in field work. Wes Fraser also chats with Dr Mark Brandon about his fascinating research in the Antarctic. Finally, we eavesdrop on a conversation between two OU researchers - Dr Will Gosling and Dr Palavi Anand about how finding out about the past may help us to understand climate change in the future. The interviews are recorded by
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Moon Rocks
Researcher Mahesh Anand of The Open University's Centre for Earth, Planetary, Space and Astronomical Research (CEPSAR) is undertaking analysis of lunar basalt collected during the moon landings of the late 1960s and 1970s. The results may provide clues into the origins of the earth.
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Episode 15 – Be My Guest: Star Wars

Be my guest as we gatecrash another special exhibition event, this time at Scienceworks. A long, long time ago (in 2005) in a Museum of Science far, far away (in Boston) some exhibition people got together with a crowd from LucasFilm Ltd and joined forces to create an exhibition called Star Wars: Where Science Meets Imagination. It’s designed to ignite interest in science and technology and interestingly one of the scientists interviewed in the exhibition mentions that Star War
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