This applies to investments where the return is defined in generic terms but the actual amount of the return may fluctuate in an unpredictable manner. As we have seen, the most obvious example is the company share, but there are others, such as debt instruments (such as many bank deposits) where there is a contractual right to interest but the interest rate fluctuates according to some formula – or even simply at the whim of the bank! An important example of this type of security is the Flo
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How to Succeed in Law School Final Exams
9th Annual National Latina/o Law Student Association Conference: How to Succeed in Law School Final Exams
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Michael King Memorial Lecture 2015: Sir Tipene O’Regan - A Wanaka Without Walls: A Kai Tahu Knowle
Sir Tipene O’Regan is best known as a long serving chairman of the Ngai Tahu Maori Trust board and as a key figure in the leadership of the Ngai Tahu claim to the Waitangi tribunal and he has been very influential in many other roles. Here he illuminates very important aspects of our places’ past, present, and its future and reflects on key cultural and historical issues of particular pertinence of all New Zealander’s including history, knowledge and tribal identity. 1 October 2015
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A pie chart is a diagram in the form of a circle, with proportions of the circle clearly marked. A pie chart is a good method of representation if we wish to compare a part of a group with the whole group. It gives an immediate idea of the relative sizes of the shares. So, for example, it can be used to consider advertising income. It can also be used to look at, say, shares of market for different brands, or different types of sandwiches sold by a store.

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The aims of this section are to:

• help you clarify your own ideas of what mathematics is;

• give you experience of reading different types of written mathematics;

• give you an initial feel of how a mathematician views the world.

You have chosen to study a course entitled ‘Mathematics everywhere’, but what exactly is mathematics? It sounds a simple enough question but, in fact, mathematics is not easy
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Threats to Religious Liberty: On Campuses and Across the Nation
Watch video of scholars James F. Blumstein of Vanderbilt, Robert P. George of Princeton University and Michael Paulsen of St. Thomas School of Law discuss the intersection of religious freedom, freedom of conscience, freedom of association and freedom of speech on a range of contemporary issues at a forum March 15.
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Sheryl Sandberg
Listen to Facebook CEO, Sheryl Sandberg, tell about her career and her passion for women in leadership positions.  (04:19)
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To cover some of the concept of attention (we have only a unit, and there are whole books on the subject) I shall follow an approximately historical sequence, showing how generations of psychologists have tackled the issues and gradually refined and developed their theories. You will discover that initially there seemed to them to be only one role for attention, but that gradually it has been implicated in an ever-widening range of mental processes. As we work through the subject, two basic i
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Lowering Your Healthier Cholesterol
Doctor gives tips on how to lower your overall cholesterol through diet, exercise, and smoking cessation. Short video with specific ways to take charge of your heart health.  58 sec.
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Tables do not give a very striking impression of how one thing varies with respect to another. A visual form of presentation, such as a graph, is usually much more effective. This is evident from Figure 7, which shows the graph obtained by plotting the data in Table 2 and then drawing a smooth curve through the resulting points.

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11/21/08: The Making of a Steinway
There are a few places in the world where the creation of a fine instrument is a labor of love - a matter of craft more than mass production. In his documentary "Note by Note," the filmmaker Ben Niles follows the life of such a
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What The Liver Looks Like When You Drink Alcohol
Drinking alcohol causes liver cells to build up globules of fat which turn into scar tissue on the liver. Learn how scar tissue prohibits the liver from doing its job in this clip with information from a science teacher. (01:44)

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Season 3 – Lesson 04 – Coffee Break Spanish
Coming up in this lesson:

In this fourth episode of Show Time Spanish, Mark has just returned from a week in London and he discusses the advantages and disadvantages of living in a village, town or city with Alba. We also meet Laura from Verano Español, our forthcoming soap opera. In José’s intermedio he introduces two phrases which use the verb ponerse. Grammar points covered include the pluperfect tense, using the subjunctive and the use of the nosotros form
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Those involved in a project may have skills that fulfil more than one aspect of the project agenda. This is likely to be particularly important in small-scale projects, where management of the content, process and control agendas are just as important to the project's success, but where fewer people are involved.

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Mime Makeup Video
Since many people have asked me to make this... here it is! A quick-motion makeup application, helpful, humorous subtitles, and exciting music. (06:49)
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Baker, J. M. R. (1992) Body condition and tail height in great crested newts, Triturus cristatus, Animal Behaviour, 43, pp. 157-159.
Bronson, F. H. (1987) Environmental regulation of reproduction in rodents. In: Psychobiology of Reproductive Behavior, D. Crews (ed.), Prentice Hall, New Jersey. p. 209.
Hedenstrom, A. and Alerstam, T. (1992) Climbing perform
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Tips to learn English easily
This video introduces some reasons why people need to learn English. The presenter lists some rules that may be useful when you are learning English. He highlights the importance of attitude, practice and confidence.
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Include a reflective summary that gives details of:

• a judgement of your own progress and performance in the information literacy skills you set out to improve, including an assessment of where you feel you have made the greatest progress; discuss how you used criteria and feedback comments to help you assess your progress;

• those factors that had the greatest effect on your achieving what you set out to do; include those that worked we
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