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This lecture from Dr Lynette Goddard (Senior Lecturer in Drama and Theatre at Royal Holloway, University of London) focuses on the tradition of the Caribbean yard play to examine how the organisation of stage space relates to the experiences of the characters.
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4.2 Political polarization and the fall of the monarchy

By 1792 the liberal constitutionalists of 1789, men like Lafayette, found themselves increasingly on the defensive. There was growing hostility to the National Assembly, with its limited franchise and ‘aristocracy of the rich’. A fringe of radical deputies seated on the left of the Assembly (the political terms ‘left’ and ‘right’ date from this period) were supported in Paris and across France by numerous radical political organizations or ‘clubs’, notably a club calling itsel
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Inside Outlook: Boeing's Impact on the Puget Sound
Over the last 20 years, Boeing has increasingly turned to overseas suppliers and relocated operations in a pursuit of developing a more efficient and competitive 21st century global manufacturing process. If the company's record profits and market capitalization are any indication, Boeing's corporate development strategy has paid off. Despite this success, Boeing received a $199 million federal tax refund in 2013, and over the past 12 years has accumulated tax refunds of $1.6 billion. This com
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Finding Opportunities to Make an Impact
Investing in industries that would have a minimal development impact in developed economies can yield the opposite in emerging markets where resources and practices are scarce.
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Section 1
Barker, E. et al. (1999) The Changing Status of the Artist, New Haven and London, Yale University Press in association with The Open University.
Hibbard, H. (1983) Caravaggio, London, Thames and Hudson.
Kant, I. (1987) Critique of Judgment (trans. W.S. Pluhar), Indianapolis, Hackett.

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Exploring Multivariable Calculus
The main goal of this project is to improve student understanding of the geometric nature of multivariable calculus concepts, i.e., to help them develop accurate geometric intuition about multivariable calculus concepts and the various relationships among them.To accomplish this goal, the project includes four parts:· Creating a Multivariable Calculus Visualization applet using Java and publishing it on a website: web.monroecc.edu/calcNSF· Creating a series of focused applets that demonstrate
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Bach Mass in B Minor
A new-media collaboration between the Hinkle Charitable Foundation, Northern Arizona University, the University of Oregon, the Oregon Bach Festival, and Hänssler Classic. The site contains:• Helmuth Rilling conducting the Gächinger Kantorei and the Bach-Collegium Stuttgart in their 1999 recording of the Mass in B Minor, courtesy of Hänssler Classic.• A digital reproduction of Insel Verlag's 1924 photo-facsimile of Bach's autograph manuscript of the Mass integrated with the Rilling audio,
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9.3.1 Weber's Law

Pioneering work on the relationship between ΔI and S was done by the German physiologist, Ernst Weber in the 1830s. Weber found that the increment in stimulation required for a JND was proportional to the size of the stimulus. Weber had subjects lift a small ‘standard’ weight (S) and then lift a slightly heavier ‘comparison’ (T) weight and judge which was heavier. He found that when the difference between the standard and comparison weights was small, the subjects found
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Testing in Production with Jaime Espinosa | Web Camps TV

Join your guide Cory Fowler as he talks to the product teams in Redmond as well as the web community.

This week Cory is joined by Jaime Espinosa, a PM from the Azure Websites team, to talk about some improvements and road map items around the Testing in Production feature. Testing in Production is a powerful feature which enables you to route production site traffic to another deployment of
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Learn Italian with LearnItalianPod. Chocolate has been considered “il cibo degli dei” (the food of the gods) since the beginning of time. Let’s face it: Italian or not, you will hardly find anyone that doesn’t like the taste of chocolate. But the good people from Perugia, Italy have taken the love of chocolate to the [...]
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In our society we tend to expect not to have to face the likelihood of death until our 70s at least, but one group of people who are having to face the prospect of death at a relatively young age are those diagnosed as HIV-positive. Controversy surrounds the issue of whether those at risk of contracting the virus should have the blood test which might give them that death sentence. At the time of writing there is no clear evidence that any treatment can improve the prognosis, even if taken at
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