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An original podcast and Bluegrass too!
More podcast channels have been added to the directory. The first is a relatively new podcast channel SG Show where seven year old Sam and his dad Steve - from California - talk about books, fun places for families to go, movies and creativity. The second is The Bluegrass Radio Show of homegrown Appalachian Bluegr
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Apr 2, 2015; Informatics Journal Club; Azadeh Nikfarjam
By: ucsd_idash Pharmacovigilance from social media: mining adverse drug reaction mentions using sequence labeling with word embedding cluster features. Nikfarjam A, Sarker A, O'Connor K, Ginn R, Gonzalez G. J Am Med Inform Assoc. 2015 Mar 9. pii: ocu041. doi: 10.1093/jamia/ocu041. [Epub ahead of print] Azadeh Nikfarjam Arizona State University, Department of Biomedical Informatics Social media is becoming increasingly popular as a platform for sharing personal health-related information. This in
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Overlapping Triangles
The instructor uses a smartboard to demonstrate what overlapping triangles are and their properties.   The room is dark, hence the video is a little dark. The instructor teaches grade 9 Geometry at Martin Luther High School in Maspeth, NY. (01:13)
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3.5.1 Try some yourself

1 Answer the following questions

  • (a) What is 40% as a fraction?

  • (b) What is  Author(s): The Open University

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Which countries have the death penalty for drug smuggling?
Thirty-two, mainly in Asia and the Middle East—but only half a dozen really carry it out
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3.1 Overview

This section of OpenLearn Scotland introduces learners to both ancient and modern Scotland, from the geological history of the Scottish Highlands right up to the creation of the semiconductor transistor by two Scottish computer engineers and the global dimension of the Scottish oil industry.

A further two courses in this section focus on famous bridges in Scotland: the first is about the Tay Bridge and the legacy of its failure on bridge building ever since; the second is about the envi
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Rainforest animals of the Amazon jungle
Professional Video- A cute otter family is saved in the Amazon jungle. The sun in shining and the Amazon Abyss spotters find a family of South American otters.
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Zoological Gardens, Regents Park, London. Stereoscopic view showing members of the public mounting an elephant for a ride. Photographed by York & Son, 1870-1900.
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Special report: Mental health
Mental health treatments used to be the responsibility of the family, then of institutions. Today, mental health is a matter of governments and of science’
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4.2.1 Figure 9a: A selection of 35 mm SLR film cameras

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David Peterson | Living Language Dothraki
M'athchomaroon! David Peterson is the linguist behind Dothraki, as used in HBO's "Game of Thrones." He speaks to Googlers about the process behind inventing languages. Athdavrazar! David J. Peterson was born in Long Beach, California in 1981. He attended UC Berkeley from 1999 to 2003, and received a B.A. in English and a B.A. in Linguistics. He then attended UC San Diego from 2003 to 2006, where he received an M.A. in Linguistics. He's been creating languages since 2000, and working on the HBO
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Nietzsche's Value Monism - Saying Yes to Everything
Lecture on Nietzsche's attack on Value Dualism, as well as the view he offers instead and whether Nietzsche can sustain his Value Monism-the view that everything is good-given the pressures that pull him back into saying no as well as yes.
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Seeing the light
This free course, Seeing the light, will teach you about how the Sun affects your home, both in terms of light and warmth and the energy it generates. You will learn about how it can affect your health and well-being, and how different climates design their homes differently to maximise the benefits of the Sun. First published on Mon, 21 Mar 2016 as Author(s): Creator not set

Treatment of Dyslexia With Exercises
Treatment of Dyslexia With Exercises. Part of the series: Dyslexia. Dyslexia is not directly treated with exercises, but other problems that may worsen the dyslexic symptoms, such as vision problems and clumsiness, can be remedied with therapy.(1:38)
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Pater Damiaan : Toets over leven en werk
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Toets over het leven en werk van Pater Damiaan in kader van de Damiaanactie.


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Apple Computers through the ages
A video of apple computer throughout time starting with the Apple Lisa and ending with the Macbook Air.  It begins with the Apple Logo which was used from 1976 to 1998.  You see a picture of Lisa which was introduced in 1983.  Statistics are given about the computers and what they would cost in modern day prices. (2:35)
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Animal Behavior, Fall 2001
This course will sample the broad diversity of animal behavior and the behavioral adaptation of animals to the environments in which they live. This will include discussion of both field observations and controlled laboratory experiments. Particular emphasis will be placed on the comparison of behavior within an evolutionary framework, animal cognition, and on the genetic, neural, and hormonal mechanisms underlying behavior.
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2.4 Homeomorphic surfaces

As we stated in Section 1, our aim is to classify surfaces up to homeomorphism. So it is worthwhile spending a little time examining what sorts of transformations of surfaces are homeomorphisms. We shall restrict the description to surfaces in space, as these are easier to deal with, though the result at the end of this subsection applies to all surfaces.

Recall that a homeomorphism between two topological spaces (such as surfaces in space) is a bijection with the property that b
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How a grand jury works


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