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6.033: Lecture 12
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Parts of Speech Song
This is a song about parts of speech that is sung to the tune of a famous pop rock song.  It is a non-professional production and the lighting is dark. These are some of the lyrics to the song:
Adverbs win, pronouns lose
Verbs were born to sing the blues
Oh, the sentence never ends,
It goes on and on and on and on.
Adverb clauses, being used incorrectly,
Their subjects, searching for a verb.
Colon issues, places other than your body.
Use them,

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The Yes Men, Poet Martin Espada, and a Tribute to Sekou Sundiata
The Yes Men - aka Mike Bonanno and Andy Bichlbaum - who discovered that pranks could get press attention to important issues that would otherwise be ignored. Also on the program, renowned poet Martin Espada speaks about his love of language and the human need for poetry as he reflects on how heritage and immigration, and violence and war, have influenced his work.
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Paul Maltby: Data (and digital) reform in government
In this IPR Masterclass in Public Policy, Paul Maltby - Chief Digital Officer at the Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government - discusses how policymaking might be revolutionised by the implementation of digital methods. This Masterclass in Public Policy took place on 22 February 2018, and gave prospective students a taste of teaching on the University of Bath's new Masters (MSc) in Public Policy.
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So, how does it feel to win?
Ashani Lewis (winner of the 2016 Christopher Tower Poetry competition) talks to one of the judges, Katherine Rundell, about how it feels to have won first prize.
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Venezuela's Bizarre System of Exchange Rates

Venezuela is currently going through its worst crisis in history, replete with an endless list of interesting problems. Foremost among these are severe shortages in even the most basic of necessities. Economists have used these shortages as textbook examples to illustrate the pernicious effects of price controls.

Few people, however, are aware that many of the country’s problems are caused by a complex monetary arrangement that makes use of four different exchange rates simultaneo
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Morganne Lerch

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Babbage: From headers to footies
Brain scans of American footballers reveal the darker side of contact sports and a new study on social media uncovers why we take selfies
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New Greek and Roman Galleries
New Greek and Roman Galleries

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Science, Faith and Postmodernism
Talk given by Prof. Roger Trigg as part of summer course 1
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Vilayanur Ramachandran: A journey to the center of your mind

"Vilayanur Ramachandran explores how brain damage can reveal the connection between the internal structures of the brain and the corresponding functions of the mind."

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En esta asignatura se introducen los conceptos básicos de la organización de datos en soporte secundario. Se estudiarán las organizaciones base y auxiliares más extendidas, haciendo hincapié en la importancia de su elección para el buen rendimiento de los Sistemas de Información. El aprendizaje de asociaciones de archivos se apoyará en el modelo jerárquico. El conocimiento que se pretende alcanzar es fundamental para la administración de Bases de Datos en su esquema interno.
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Bianca Goes Where the Wind Blows
In this segment from Cyberchase, Bianca gives her niece Mikaela a kite for her birthday. Bianca is determined to find the best place to fly it. To help with their search, Bianca creates a wind gauge that measures how hard the wind blows. After taking wind gauge readings in different spots around the park, they are able to find a spot where the kite soars beautifully. (03:31)
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《獨特的視野——羅聘的藝術世界》 [Chinese]
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1.6.1 Introduction

The process of keeping up-to-date in your chosen subject area is useful for your studies and afterwards, for your own personal satisfaction, or perhaps in your career as part of your continuing professional development.

There are a great many tools available that make it quite easy to keep yourself up to date. You can set them up so that the information comes to you, rather than you having to go out on the web looking for it. Over the next few pages, you will be experimenting with some
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Special Exhibition: Pablo Bronstein at the Met
Special Exhibition: <em>Pablo Bronstein at the Met</em>

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Special Exhibition: Guitar Heroes: Legendary Craftsmen from Italy to New York
Special Exhibition: Guitar Heroes: Legendary Craftsmen from Italy to New York

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New Acquisition: Messerschmidt's A Hypocrite and Slanderer
New Acquisition: Messerschmidt's <em>A Hypocrite and Slanderer</em>

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Special Exhibition—Afghanistan: Hidden Treasures from the National Museum, Kabul
Special Exhibition—<em>Afghanistan: Hidden Treasures from the National Museum, Kabul</em>

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Creating a Learning Society [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Joseph E Stiglitz, Professor Amartya Sen | Joseph E Stiglitz was chief economist at the World Bank until January 2000. He is currently University Professor at Columbia University and won the Nobel Prize for Economics in 2001. Amartya Sen teaches economics and philosophy at Harvard University, and was Master of Trinity College, Cambridge, until 2004. He won the Nobel Prize for Economics in 1998. Professor Sen is an honorary fellow of LSE. This event is supported by LSE's Dep
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