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A Song About the Sun
This short, catchy, well-produced song uses great animations to help describe the features of the sun, made of hydrogen and helium.  Song is meant for younger children but some vocabulary words are large for extremely young children. (2:41)
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Interview with MindBuffer
Audiovisual artists MindBuffer, who illuminated Storey Hall in 2016 with their custom projection mapping technology have teamed up with world renowned digital artist Andy Thomas to create Ectoplasm, which will be projected onto Storey Hall at White Night 2017. Digital design lecturer Dr Joshua Batty and MindBuffer partner RMIT alumni Mitchell Nordine speak about their creation with Andy Thomas in this interview with Evelyn Tsitas. Read more: www.rmit.edu.au/news/all-news/201…e-night-melbourn
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Tasting menu: Audio highlights from the July 29th 2017 edition

This week: a potential cure for goat plague, why Dumbo is one of the most sought after areas of Manhattan, and how much people really know the animals they love


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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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Underlining Titles of Books and Poems
The titles of books and poems should be underlined if the book or
the poem is large. Learn about underlining title novels and epic poetry with help from a certified tutor in this video clip. (01:16)

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Virtual Maths - 2D Shapes, rectangle
Interactive simulation demonstrating calculation of area of a rectangle
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4.3.1 Confidentiality, integrity and availability

To preserve the value of an information asset, an organisation needs to sustain simultaneously its scarcity and its shareability within their respective regions. This is the critical high-level information security goal for any information asset; it is the entire rationale of an information security management system.

To maintain the security of an information asset, an organisation must:

  • either make the information asset unavailable in it
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Regression (Fuel Efficiency)
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How Amazon Could Reinvent the Brick-and-mortar Store Experience
Recent speculation that Amazon plans to open several new brick-and-mortar stores has sparked a debate about the online retailer’s future strategies.
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1.2 The Sandham Memorial Chapel

So let us turn first of all to the visual arts, and see how one artist, Stanley Spencer, created a memorial to those who died in the First World War. Spencer was profoundly affected by his experience of the war, and decorated the walls of a chapel especially designed to display his work.

First of all, it will help to have a few biographical details. This is not because you could not understand his painting without knowing about him: you could certainly pick up a lot of information about
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Intracommunautaire verrichtingen boeken : Oefening boekhouden
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Herhalingsoefening intracommunautaire verrichtingen.

Oefening waarbij twaalf verrichtingen in de boekhouding moeten ingeschreven worden.


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Exceptional CIA Off-Campus Experiences
You name it, you can do it at The Culinary Institute of America! From trips to NYC to local food excursions--there is always something to do.
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1.3 Summary of part A

The right to privacy includes:

  • the right to be left alone

  • freedom from intrusion into your personal life

  • control of personal information

  • protection of your dignity, independence and integrity

  • freedom of movement.

The right to privacy conflicts with:

  • the right to freedom of expression

  • national security consider
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Lloyds Building N130015

LLOYDS BUILDING, 1 LIME STREET, LB City of London. General view at twilight.
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1.4 Wilberforce in Parliament

When Wilberforce made his first major speech against the slave trade in the House of Commons in April 1789, few could have anticipated that it was the start of a campaign that he would have doggedly to maintain for 18 years. During most of the period between 1789 and 1807 Wilberforce brought forward at least one anti-slave trade motion or measure every year, to be met often with defeat, sometimes with partial successes that could not be translated into effective legislation. His initial timin
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Experimentarium voor Fysica van de ULB
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Deze website geeft een overzicht van opstellingen die natuurkunde verduidelijken aan schoolklassen én groepen van volwassenen (bv. tweedekansonderwijs). 

Begeleid door een animator die zelf wetenschapper is, doorkruis je als bezoeker de …


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Season 2 – Lesson 07 – Coffee Break Spanish
Coming up in this lesson: In lesson 7 it’s time to take a look at radical changing verbs, verbs which have some regular spelling changes in certain parts of the verb. Once you get used to these patterns you’ll be conjugating verbs like querer, pensar, poder and volver without a problem! Please note that lesson […]
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3.2 The agreement to protect the ozone layer

After a decade of controversy about the possible effects of CFCs, in 1985 British scientists discovered over the Antarctic a quite unexpected 'hole' in the ozone layer which was the size of the USA. This helped to galvanise the international community into action (though some who took part in the negotiations claim it played little part). By 1987 the first international agreement to control substances damaging to the ozone layer, the Montreal Protocol, was established. Interestingly th
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Acknowledgements

Except for third party materials and otherwise stated (see terms and conditions), this content is made available under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 Licence

Grateful acknowledgement is made to the following sources for permission to reproduce mate
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1 Putting the unit in context

This course, taken from T883 Business operations: delivering value, is concerned with the management of ‘processes’ – the organised set of resources and related activities that are essential for the delivery of goods and/or services to customers. These processes or ‘operations’ form the very essence of any enterprise, and it is critically important that they are managed well to be effective and efficient.

The full course consists of three main blocks of study:


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