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An Introduction to the Martin Baker MK16A Ejection Seat
An Introduction to the Martin Baker MK16A Ejection Seat
An Introduction to the Martin Baker MK16A Ejection Seat was developed by Peter Hughes
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An ancient Greek warrior and/or statesman, possibly Pericles, with the Acropolis in Athens in the background. Illustration by Ivan Lapper, 1990s.
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The Economist asks: What are the economics of art?
Are the new players in the art world opening it up or destroying it? Economist Richard Davies profiles one dealer accused of creating turmoil in the market. Also on the show: Artist Schandra Singh ponders the intricate relationship between art and money. And senior director at the auction house Sotheby's, Philip Hook, on the dealers who made art history. Anne McElvoy hosts.
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Historical Cases - Plessy v. Ferguson
Historical Cases:Plessy v. Ferguson - This seven minute video is about the history of civil rights and Plessy v. Ferguson from 1896. The 14th Amendment is examined as is the case.
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Tasting menu: Audio highlights from the November 13th 2015 edition
This week: how to mix comedy and economics, why repetitive pop music is a high art form and some notes from a festival of beards
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Marjorie Ransom discussed traditional silver jewelry of Bedouin and tribal women in Yemen. Her book, "Silver Treasures from the Land of Sheba" documents her exploration of the significance of a woman's handmade jewelry with its attributes of power, protection, beauty and personal identity. This is the first in-depth study of Yemeni silver, uniquely illustrated with over 300 photographs. For transcript, captions, and more information, visit http://www.loc.gov/today/cyberlc/feature_wdesc.php?rec
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4.4 Where does gender come from?

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7.2 Operating systems

You have already seen that operating systems organise the sharing of resources. But they do much more than this; they ensure the efficient running of a computer by:

  • loading application programs from secondary memory into main memory and managing their execution;

  • supporting application programs by managing their use of the computer's resources;

  • managing the storage of programs and data in secondary memory;

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Sustainable Tourism Certification
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When Our Brains Trade Places
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Britain's Eurosceptics are beginning to rally, yet the potential consequences of voting to leave the European Union will convince voters to remain, says John Peet
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The Mas’ud Ahmed Khan website has evolved substantially from its early origins as a newsgroup run in the 1990s by the administrator. Its resources mainly reflect the interests and concerns of an increasingly vocal and articulate section of British Muslim society interested in reviving a traditionalist Sunni version of Islam, Sufi orientated, and keen on maintaining a strong British identity (one section is dedicated to British Muslim Heritage). Leading figures of this community (US born Nu
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2.2.4 Getting about

Saying how to get about

Earlier (Session 1) you met the expression:

  • à pied on foot

Other ways of saying how people get about include:

  • à bicyclette by bicycle

  • en voit
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5.7 Referencing

We mentioned above that we need to reference sources to ensure we abide by copyright legislation. But there is another reason we need to give accurate references to items we use - so we can share it.

Consider this scenario. A friend says they've just read an interesting article where Joshua Schachter, founder of Delicious has spoken about why it isn't a faceted search system, and you should read it. How would you go about finding it? Would you start looking in a news database, a search
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The Waterloo Directory of English Newspapers and Periodicals is a significant subscription-based bibliography of nineteenth-century British newspapers and periodicals. Searches of the bibliography may be conducted by title keyword, person, place, subject, or issuing body, and the metadata associated with each record is rich, including information about such matters as editors, contributors, illustrators, dates, political and religious orientations, and locations of holdings. There are over 50,00
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