Thunderbird School of Global Management Spring 2014 Commencement
2014 Spring Commencement (low resolution). A high resolution version will be available soon. Please check our Commencement playlist for the update. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL94C12950D053D0D7
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Pick of our week: August 1st 2015
This week: Morrisey mania in Mexico, workforce stereotypes hit Generation "Y" and why we worry more
Author(s): The Economist

Left Hand Basics
In this lesson you focus on using the C position for the left hand.Â  The numbering is reversed, your pinky is 5-thumb is 1.Â  Proper hand position, duration of tone, andn technique is stressed.
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Understand probability and control your destiny - switch
Full story: http://bit.ly/1KWXS5Y A dramatic tale of plane crashes and poisonous berries â€“ and you get to choose the ending. If you didn't think you need to understand probability before, you will now
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How probability helps predict the weather
Full story: http://bit.ly/1wuk0y1 Will it rain this weekend? It's a simple question, but the best answer comes down to probability, says Ken Mylne of the UK Met Office
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Virtual Maths, Shapes, Space and Measure, Sine, Cosine, and Tangent
Interactive simulation, formulae for sine, cosine and tangent
Author(s): Leeds Metropolitan University

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain - Preface
Preface. Classic Literature Video Book with synchronized text, interactive transcript, and closed captions in multiple languages. Audio courtesy of Librivox.  Read by John Greenman. (01:19)

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Burglary project
This report outlines the process and findings from an innovative project for students. This work was part of the curriculum and involved students working with West Yorkshire Police as part of the safer Leeds project in designing and making a film for students n crime prevention and personal safety in Leeds
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A Cinefluorographic Study of Velopharyngeal Function in Normals During Various Activities
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Author(s): Kenneth L. Moll