Strucure and Randomness in the Prime Numbers
"God may not play dice with the universe, but something strange is going on with the prime numbers" - Paul Erdos The prime numbers are a fascinating blend of both structure and randomness. It is widely believed that beyond the ‘obvious' structures in the primes, they otherwise behave as if they were distributed randomly; this ‘pseudorandomness' then underlies our belief in many unsolved conjectures about the primes, from the twin prime conjecture to the Riemann hypothesis. This pseud
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1.3.3 A breeding experiment: stage two

We now turn to the second stage of the breeding experiment, but this time we will follow the phenotypes and genotypes simultaneously. The purple (Gg) grains of the F1 generation are planted and when these have developed into mature F1 plants they produce male and female flowers. These F1 plants are crossed with each other, as shown in Figure 8. The fertilised ovules develop into grains borne on cobs, and these grains are the beginning of the second f
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Three Photographers/Six Cities
April 30, 2016 - September 25, 2016: This exhibition offers an in-depth look at three photographers who create powerful pictures of African cities: Cairo, Nairobi, Lagos, Johannesburg, Bamako, and Tombouctou. From Akinbode Akinbiyi’s observation of urban centers and Seydou Camara’s examination of Islamic manuscripts to Ananias Léki Dago’s pictures of offbeat locales, the images in this exhibition offer unique perspectives on contemporary African experience.
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Australian-US comparative government and political systems
Dr Hart will explore the main features of the Australian political system through comparison with the United States. He will compare and contrast the struggle of self-government in Australia and the US. He will look at how much Australian politics has been influenced by American was well as British forms of government, particularly focusing on the extent to which the Australian Prime Minister has become ‘presidentialised'. The presentation will also cover the essential differences between
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Armen Awards 2014 | Krajewski
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Duke Medicine Profiles: Ngoc-Bich "Nikki" Le, MD
Get to know Duke Medicine's urology surgeons. Learn more about Nikki Le, MD at http://www.dukemedicine.org/find-doctors-physicians/ngoc-bich-nikki-le-md.
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How Levers Work
Video describes the parts of a lever, vocabulary involved in a lever, and how a lever works by shifting the weight from end to end. 1:43

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GRCC Players Presents: HATPIN (the musical)
HATPIN (the musical) by Peter Rutherford & James Millar, directed by Rob Karel and Duane Davis, collaboration with GRCC's Music Department
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Primo Levi and the Nature of Guilt
Prof Alan Norrie, Professor at the School of Law, University of Warwick, gives a talk for the OTJR Seminar series on 25th November 2015.
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Chinese classical Instrument called a Guzheng
10th grade Lancaster Mennonite High School Chinese student Fu Xin, plays a classical chinese instrument known as a Guzheng. She has played since the age of 4...
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Virtual Maths, Calculating the Volume of a Brick Demo
Interactive simulation, calculating the volume of a brick
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A Teacher's Guide to Education Law
J.C. Blokhuis and Jonathan Feldman discuss their new book on education law designed for an audience of educators. Speaker Biography: J.C. Blokhuis is a 2013 Kluge Fellow and assistant professor of social development studies at Renison University College and University of Waterloo. Speaker Biography: Jonathan W. Feldman has been a U.S. Magistrate Judge in the Western District of New York since 1995. For transcript, captions, and more information, visit http://www.loc.gov/today/cyberlc/featu
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PGCE International
This is a module framework. It can be viewed online or downloaded as a zip file. As taught in Autumn Semester 2009/10. The Postgraduate Certificate in Education (International) is a part-time programme of professional enrichment for teachers working in countries other than the U.K. Suitable for: Postgraduates School of Education Nottingham's School of Education is one of the largest and most respected education departments in any British university. Its academics include major national an
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後進の育成のためにディレクターがすべきこと

Web屋向けシチュエーショナルリーダーシップです。D4の意味合いと扱いが本家SLIIと違います。シチュエーショナルリーダーシップを実務的に行なってきた経験上、このほうが運用に適していると考えております。

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4.13.2 Sub-delegation

Connected to the accountability issue is the problem that the authority vested in Parliament to make law is delegated away from Parliament, possibly through a number of ‘layers’, for example, to a Government minister and then to a department and then possibly again to a group of experts. The Trafalgar Square byelaw (see Activity 9) was made b
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Catholic Mass - 6/1/14 - The Ascension
Catholic Mass - 6/1/14 - The Ascension
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Practice Makes Progress: the multiple logics of continuing innovation [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Sidney Winter | Innovative activity is commonly conceived in terms of flashes of creative insight, but success often rewards expertise, persistence and practice as much as creativity. The lecture will develop and illustrate this observation. Sidney Winter (@sidwindc) is a BP Centennial Professor in the Department of Management at LSE.
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Alternative Utopias and the Crisis of Imagination (20 June 2013)
Professor Alexander Kiossev (University of Sofia in Bulgaria)drawing on his background in cultural studies, spoke about the ways in which 'alternative utopias' can enable creative imaginaries for the types of futures we are able to realise or create.
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2.2 Parenting methods

White and Woollett (1992) identified three kinds of parenting:

  • authoritarian, where parents dictate what the children can and cannot do and children are expected to obey certain rules

  • permissive, where parents are highly indulgent, offering little guidance or control

  • authoritative, where parents set boundaries within which children are expected to develop autonomy and self-reliance.


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3.1.2 Shutter

The electronic shutter that freezes the frame for read-out adds more complexity, but can be based on the standard MOS fabrication steps. In effect, at the end of image capture, the charge at each pixel is first switched into another ‘blind’ MOS capacitor that sits in the read-out line for each row, as the middle of the three buckets per pixel. You should have already guessed that the switch is yet another MOS device. Once switched into the read-out line, the row data are isolated from the
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