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Marquette University's College of Professional Studies: About
According to Dr. Robert Deahl, dean of Marquette's College of Professional Studies, our leadership-focused adult undergraduate and graduate programs offer the diverse adult community of Southeastern Wisconsin an opportunity to deepen their level of expertise as well as their personal and professional development. Students walk away with an empowerment that allows them to make more of a difference in their job, family and community. marquette.edu/cps
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Light Scavengers
In this activity, students examine various materials and investigate how they interact with light. Students use five new vocabulary words (translucent, transparent, opaque, reflection and refraction) to describe how light interacts with the objects.
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Honorary Graduates 2012 - Desmond Wilson - on Nottingham
Desmond Wilson, twice Lord Mayor of Nottingham who made a rich contribution to the city of Nottingham, the communities of Radford and St Ann's, and more widely in the East Midlands region and nationally, has been awarded the honorary degree Doctor of Laws by The University of Nottingham. The Doctorate is a mark of significant distinction given to very few by the University. It recognises his outstanding contributions to the West Indian community and to the people of Nottingham, as well as gener
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Private Property

[This article is excerpted from chapter 24 of Human Action: The Scholar's Edition (1949) and is read by Jeff Riggenbach.]

Private ownership of the means of production is the fundamental institution of t
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Introduction

This unit introduces some of the main themes and issues in discourse analysis. To do this, it looks at extracts from the late Princess Diana interview screened on Panorama in 1995. The interview not only broke the conventions for British Royal appearances, but also reshaped the usual boundaries between public and private for the Royal family. While the focus here may be on Diana's words, the unit is not in itself concerned with the Diana phenomenon. And while some of the points discour
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Figure 4 Institute of British Geographers; Tube
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Cartoon: "We all want to crack down on crime" David Austin

Figure 1: Croall, H. (1998) Crime and Society in Britain, Addison Wesley Longman Ltd;
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Interview with Larry Madoff, Editor of ProMED-mail (MWV47)
In episode 47 of MicrobeWorld Video, filmed at the American Association for the Advancement of Science Meeting in Washington, D.C., on February 20, 2011, Dr. Stan Maloy talks with the Editor of ProMED-mail, Lawrence Madoff, MD, Professor of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases and Immunology, University of Massachusetts Medical School Boston. ProMED-mail is the Program for Monitoring Emerging Diseases, an online network of more than 55,000 members who monitor the four corners of the world
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Japan’s Nuclear Crisis
In spite of the “sickening human and social devastation on full display” in northern Japan, moderator
Richard Samuels wonders, “Is it possible to follow the train of cause and effect into the future…imagining what happens from here on?” In this session convened just days after the March 11th earthquake and tsunami, pan

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Telemática
La asignatura Telemática se imparte durante el primer cuatrimestre del tercer curso de Ingenierí­a de Telecomunicación. Ello ocurre simultáneamente a la enseñanza de Redes y Servicios de Comunicaciones. Se trata de una de las primeras asignaturas de carácter obligatorio impartidas por el área de Ingenierí­a Telemática, precedida tan sólo por una asignatura optativa de primer ciclo denominada Instrumentación Telemática que se imparte durante el primer cuatrimestre del segundo curso
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The Week in Review: February 20, 2016

Is it time to abolish the Supreme Court? This was the question Ryan McMaken asked following the death of Justice Antonin Scalia. While the high court may have been created with the lofty ideals of being above the political fray, the desperate scrambling of politicians on both sides of the isle illustrates how broken and partisan the court has become in practice. As Jeff Deist notes, the increased centralization of the rule of law has seen the court play a role in further dividing the country.
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SeaWiFS Biosphere: Europe
Viewing Europe (data begins at Sept. 97 to June 99)
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GSF 2011 - Prise en charge en Maternité – Exemple du CHU de Nantes

Sur le plan obstétrical, quelles complications redoutons-nous?
146 dossiers grossesses adolescentes ( 2003-2007) maternité CHU de Nantes

* MAP : 14,4% (vs littérature 22 à 42 % MAP chez les grossesses adolescentes )
* Pathologies vasculaires : 6,2% ( 5 toxémies gravidiques- 4 HTA gravidiques)
* Diabète gestationnel : 1 cas
* Thrombopénies idiopathiques : 2 cas
* Pyélonéphrites : 5 cas
* Vomissements gravidiques
* Tabagisme :
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1.6.2 Education

Education is obviously one of the crucial dimensions in any attempt to develop a future European identity or at least more understanding and convergence among Europeans. If the school made the nation, it should also be a key factor in promoting Europeanness. Observers of the school scene in Europe acknowledge the existence of a growing sentiment of interest for European themes (institutions, politics, peoples, languages). Furthermore, the EU-based exchange programmes have recognised the impor
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1.4.1 Historical background

European unification was begun by the social democratic and Christian democratic leaders of the Western European states who had fought each other during the Second World War. The idea was to create a community of states that would guarantee peace and prosperity. The process turned out to be long and arduous, particularly after the federalist failures of the Congress of the Hague (1949) and the European Defence Community (1953). The main emphasis was on economic co-operation, and the project w
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Bernanke: Fed ready to act
July 13 - Summary of business headlines: Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke lays the groundwork for possibility of further stimulus; Netflix hikes subscription price by 60 percent. Conway Gittens reports.
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References

American Psychiatric Association (2000) Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders DSM-IV-TR™ (4th edn), Washington, DC, APA.
Asperger, H. (1944) ‘“Austistic psychopathy” in childhood’, translated in Frith, U. (ed.) (1999).
Bailey, A., Le Couteur, A., Gottesman, I., Bolton, P., Simonoff, E., Yuzda, E. and Rutter, M. (1995), &#x
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5.3 Objectivity and subjectivity, induction and deduction

The purposes of scientific enquiry are to describe, explain, predict and control (Reaves, 1992). Through scientific training, natural curiosity is developed into objective, empirical (experience-based) study involving observations and controlled experiments which constitute the methods of scientific enquiry that lead to scientific knowledge.

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