Like Pale Gold - The Great Gatsby, Part I: Crash Course English Literature #4
In which John Green explores F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel of the Jazz Age, The Great Gatsby. John introduces you to Nick Carraway, Jay Gatsby, Daisy and Tom Buchanan, and the other characters in the novel, and tries to look beyond the surface story to figure out what this thing is ABOUT. Set in the 1920's against a conflicted backdrop of prohibition and excess, The Great Gatsby takes a close look at the American Dream as it existed in Fitzgerald's time. It turns out, it had a lot to do with money
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True Crime with Aphrodite Jones: Interviews: Kim Goldman and the OJ Trial
A sort video about the aftermath of the murders of Ron Goldman and Nicole Brown Simpson, Aphrodite Jones speaks with Kim Goldman as she gives some insight into the events that led to O.J. Simpson's conviction.
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Thinkwell American Government: Santa Fe Independent School District v. Doe
This is an excellent presentation concerning this famous court case that helps to define the relationship between prayer and the U.S. government. The presentation is done in lecture style with images that accent the lecture. (07:13) This is a clip from a larger segment.
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Elon Commitment conversation: Amy Allocco
In an Aug. 18 conversation moderated by President Leo M. Lambert, six professors and administrators shared insights about progress on the university’s strategic plan as Elon formally opened the 2014-2015 academic year. Lambert ended the dialogue with Associate Professor Amy Allocco, the university’s distinguished emerging scholar of religious studies and the lead faculty-in-residence at the Global Neighborhood.
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Terry Hodgkinson Inaugural Lecture
Terry has led the Regional Development Agency, Yorkshire Forward, as its Chair for seven years, overseeing the Agency in growing the economy of the Yorkshire and Humber region. He was honoured in the Queen’s Birthday Honours 2010 with the award of a CBE for services to business and regeneration and was recently appointed as a Deputy Lieutenant for West Yorkshire. He has recently launched his new business, entitled ‘Inspiration for Industry Education and Regeneration’. He holds a Visiting P
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3.2 Domain name system

Applications use easy-to-remember names for hosts on the Internet, but before sending any data to a host an application in the source host must translate its name for the destination host to the numerical network address.

The Internet is divided into domains, and an authority in each domain is responsible for allocating names. However, the domains may be divided into sub-domains and the responsibility of allocating sub-domain names may be delegated to other authorities. In this way the
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Festival of Britain 1951, Lambeth, London. The sculpture 'London Pride' by Frank Dobson at the South Bank Exhibition site. Photographed by M W Parry.
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The Ocean Acidification Symposium was presented by the Centre for Chemical and Physical Oceanography, in November of 2012. The day-long symposium featured brief presentations from a wide range of researchers, of which this is one: Dr Melanie Gault-Ringold explores the role of bioactive metals in the lives of southern Ocean phytoplankton. This talk looks at the role of cadmium and other metals, and how southern ocean phytoplankton differ form their northern cousins
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Robert E Lee: A Short Biography
This two minute video does a good job of reviewing his life and his activities during the Civil War.

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The week ahead: Populism's defeat
Many were expecting a populist victory in the Netherlands' election this week. But it didn't happen. Correspondent Sacha Nauta explains why the Dutch delivered a vote of confidence for the competent centre. Also on the show: K-pop is just one of the many Korean exports boycotted in China after a row erupts over missiles. And Saudi Arabia experiences an exodus of women. Josie Delap hosts
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Separation Methods - Crossword
Interactive crossword that tests your knowledge of solutions, compounds and separating methods.
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This nursery rhymes for kids video is a kids songs nursery rhymes video sing along of one of the classic nursery songs and kids rhymes - Old MacDonald Had a Farm. (02:26)
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The Skeleton Dance from Super Simple Songs
Simple Songs uploaded this video for Halloween for you. (01:58)
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Dr Roland Jones, a neuropharmacologist from the Department of Pharmacy and Pharmacology at the University of Bath, will explores the history of epilepsy.
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10 Comparing and contrasting

Often you will find that an assignment asks you to ‘compare and contrast’ poems. There's a very good reason for this, for often it is only by considering different treatments of similar subjects that we become aware of a range of possibilities, and begin to understand why particular choices have been made. You will have realised that often in the previous discussions I've used a similar strategy, showing, for example, how we can describe the rhyme scheme of ‘Love From the North’ as si
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Babbage: The man himself
Charles Babbage was a British polymath, mathematician and a man widely hailed as the father of modern computing. In this special episode, host Emma Duncan is joined by two renowned computer science experts to explore the life and work of the eponymous inventor
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The week ahead: Nationalism goes international
Anne McElvoy sits down with Ed Carr to discuss the rise of ethnic nationalism and what liberals need to do to reclaim momentum. Also: the future of Britain's special relationship with the USA and are we looking at the death of the death penalty?
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Culture Class: Holidays in Japan #17 - Autumnal Equinox
Learn more about Japanese culture with JapanesePod101.com! Ever wondered what the most important Japanese holidays are, and how they are celebrated? Then this 25-lesson audio series is for you! With this series, you’ll learn the what, why, when and how of 25 well-known holidays in Japan. In this lesson, you’ll learn all about Autumnal Equinox in [...]
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