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4.4.1 Measures of adiposity

The amount of lipid stored within the body – an individual's adiposity – can be indirectly measured. Body shape (e.g. ‘apple’ or ‘pear’ shapes), waist-to-hip ratio, waist circumference and body mass index (BMI) are all used to classify obesity and being overweight, although BMI is the most common. Everyone should aim to have a body weight within the normal range for their height. Slightly different ranges apply between populations due to different body shapes. It is worth noting t
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Brio_08 Printing Brio Pivot Reports
This video will demonstrate how to print Brio pivot tables. Printing options for headers and footers will be illustrated. Specific to MIT use ONLY.
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Is Scotland Big Enough To Go it Alone?

Back when Quebec was weighing secession from Canada, I was a lowly American undergrad living in Montreal. It was an exciting time, since in America we have our railroads torn up and population starved when we secede. Now that Scotland is going through the motions, I figured I’d stir the pot, economically.

The question in 1995 was whether Quebec should secede from the Canadian Confeder
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President Grover Cleveland (First Term)
Presidents: Grover Cleveland: First Term - Cleveland was the first American President to serve two non-consecutive terms in office, serving as the 22nd and 24th president of the United States. This shows how he used the power of the veto to resist change and limit government despite the needs of the people, including denying veterans' pensions. (03:22)

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Why pigs are so important to China


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Larry is #UMassProud
Economics major Larry is #UMassProud because of UMass Amherst's diversity of people and ideas.
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Christmas Eve Children's Service
This interactive and creative service is perfect for families with young children. As storytellers and musicians lead the congregation in a celebration of Jesus' birth, all gathered will be invited to sing carols, ring bells, and journey to the manger where baby Jesus awaits. Click on a time code below to jump to a particular part of the liturgy. 14:20 O Holy Night 17:35 Introduction 21:47 Away in a Manger 22:50 Go, Tell It On the Mountain 25:29 Hark the Herald Angels Sing 27:28 Angels We
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UN's highest court absolves Croatia, Serbia of genocide
The United Nation's top court rules neither Croatia nor Serbia had committed genocide against each other's populations during the violent breakup of Yugoslavia. Rough Cut (No reporter narration) Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More updates and breaking news: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, fina
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Tasting menu: Audio highlights from the September 10th 2016 edition
This week: the speedy, cheap way to reach Wall Street, why companies should encourage introverts to thrive and how anti-globalists are ruining guacamole
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East Street Beck Covering
19th March 1938. This view shows construction of the East street Beck covering project in progress. Some men are leaning over the fence watching. In the background we see the Railway Viaduct and a large warehouse and some dwelling houses. At the left is the "The Calls" Church Army hostel for men. On the corner is a traffic diversion sign.
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Danes reflect on weekend shootings
Copenhagen is somber after gunman kills two in separate shooting incidents over the weekend. Julie Noce reports. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More updates and breaking news: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, financial, national, and international news. For over 160 years, Reuters has maintaine
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Berlin Arilift
Twenty years after World War I, Germany was able to rebuild its economic and military might and target its weaker neighbors. Following World War II, America and its Western European allies were determined to prevent Germany from regaining its power. With the blessing of their allies, Britain, France, and America controlled their West German sectors in a way intended to keep Germany impoverished, economically weak, and unable to pose a threat.
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1.1 Ways in which computers can help you to study

Courses use computers for a variety of different reasons. These are a few examples.

  • To let you explore ideas and concepts in more depth, such as by using a multimedia CD-ROM or DVD with interactive exercises.

  • To help you communicate with others on your course. Online conferences offer a way to contact other students and staff for information, discussion and mutual support.

  • To allow you to analyse data, see pictures or
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Jaarplanning voor een graadsklas - Eventail-junior Bien sûr 5
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Jaarplanning voor Frans voor een graadklas vijfde en zesde leerjaar, schooljaar 2015 - 2016. De hoofdstukken en toetsenperiodes zijn verspreid over de verschillende weken van de trimesters.

De planning is aanpasbaar.


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Learning outcomes

After studying this course, you should be able to:

  • demonstrate a strategy for using skills in problem solving over an extended period of time

  • monitor progress and adapt the strategy as necessary, to achieve the quality of outcomes required when tackling a complex problem

  • evaluate this overall strategy and present the outcomes from the work using a variety or methods.


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Babbage: The Countess of Computers
The Economist's Emma Duncan and author Sydney Padua explore the story of 19th century data geek, Ada Lovelace, who presaged the power of computers by writing one of the first programs. And have we entered a new geological epoch? Tim Cross discusses the evidence. Kenneth Cukier hosts
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3.1 Diurnal living

In three particular respects, anthropoids have evolved features that have given them a competitive edge over other animals, especially prosimian primates. They have a diurnal instead of a nocturnal pattern of activity, they form all year round male-female relationships and live in social groups (which evolved differently and independently in lemurs), and they communicate extensively through gestures and vocalisation.

A diurnal pattern of activity means that, like us, nearly all anthropo
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2.3.2 Seven-helix transmembrane (7TM) receptors

Although in unicellular organisms such as the yeast S. cerevisiae there are only two classes of 7TM receptors, the pheromone and glucose receptors, multicellular organisms have many more, accounting for up to 5% of all genes in C. elegans and 2% of genes in the human and Drosophila genomes. 7TM proteins have been classified into four classes, A, B, C (Table 1). Between them, they can bind a huge range of ligands including simple ions, nucleotides, lipids, steroids, modifi
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27 Amendments To The Constitution Of The United States
The 27 Amendments To The Constitution Of The United States is the essence of this five minute video. It moves to fast to run directly so pause the video after each amendment. It does not offer insights or explanation, just a copy of the amendments.
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7.5 Materials costs

There will be many categories of materials, supplies and consumables used in a project. Once again, the materials that are in constant use and easily and ‘freely’ available in an organisation might be overlooked in costing the project. For example, it is easy to assume that stationary will be available in much the same way as it is for day-to-day work. However, a project is a bounded activity, and if you are to understand the full cost of achieving the outcomes, you will need to know how
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