Catholic Mass - 9/23/2012 (Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time)
Duke Catholic Center Fr. Michael Martin, OFM Conv., celebrant http://catholic.duke.edu Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time, 9pm Homily begins @ 16:43 Scripture: First Reading: Wisdom of Solomon 2:12,17-20 Psalm 54: The Lord Upholds My Life (58) Second Reading: James 3:16-4:3 Gospel: Mark 9:30-37 Hymns (from the the Gather hymnal, ©1994): Processional Hymn: How Can I Keep From Singing (603) Offertory Hymn: Anthem (690) Communion Hymn: Make Me a Channel of Your Peace (726) Meditation: The C
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Alexander, G. (2002) eGaia: Growing a Peaceful, Sustainable Earth through Communications, Florida, Lighthouse Books.
Allinson, C.W. and Hayes, J. (1996) 'The cognitive style index: a measure of intuition-analysis for organizational
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Real Brazilian Conversations #5: Brazil’s political crisis, part 2
Want to understand what's happening to Brazil's politics? André and Guilherme discuss the Brazilian political and economical crisis. They also share some personal opinions. Part 2 of 3. The post...

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3.3.3 Reassembling the parts

As the wreckage was pulled from the river it was examined and identified, and any failures of the metal components were recognised and tagged. This was a mammoth task, given that virtually the whole bridge had fallen into the water, including all the road decks, trusses, chains and hangers, eye bars and the two towers. The parts were then reassembled and all the failed or fractured components photographed and catalogued. Over 90 per cent of the bridge components were collected together and re
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Cubic Spline Curve Fitting with Controlled End Conditions
Another method for cubic spline curve fitting. It is a more flexible version of a proven technique by using a set of end conditions suggested by Nutbourne. The advantages and disadvantages of several techniques are clarified and sample graphical output is given. The result should be of interest to users of inexpensive computer graphics equipment who are interested in improving passive graphical output
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6.1 Toughing it out

For small insectivorous mammals, the best solution to the problem of obtaining sufficient energy for their requirements, notably the maintenance of body temperature, is to feed continuously. But in temperate regions, insect eaters have to cope with shortage of insects during cold winters. In Section 6 I want to focus on two strategies that insect eaters use to cope with problems of overwintering.

When talking about the giant anteater, the TV programme commentary claims that these animal
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How Do You Find a Fossil?
Anthropologist Katerina Harvati explains how scientists from various
disciplines work together to find fossilized human remains in this 1:30 video. Does not show specifics of looking, just a general overview.

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Are you about to undertake a PhD in science, technology or mathematics? If so this free course, Postgraduate study skills in science, technology or mathematics, will help you to examine your work processes. You will consider and develop the nature of postgraduate work and look at the planning of work needed at doctoral level. First published on W
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1.2.2 Boundaries of difference

One of the things that language does is define and give a name to differences between people – to delineate the boundaries that separate them. In the mental health field, the ‘mad’ are at one end of the social divide that separates the ‘normal’ from the ‘abnormal’. They are ‘the other’, a point made in the article by Perkins (above): ‘To be mad is to be defined as “other”’.

This is a recurring theme in the mental health field. In the following passage Abina Par
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1.4.3 Structures that both enable and constrain

Life within a society is made possible by structures. They operate at many levels, from the details of daily life (e.g. the routines of getting up in the morning, or the ritual greetings we use when we meet people) to the broader organisation of society (e.g. the channels through which mass media ‘news’ is generated, or the rules under which benefit payments are made). Even the language through which I am communicating now is a structured system of written symbols. But structures not only
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Sesame Street: "I Want a Snuffilufigus for Christmas"
Big Bird sings about wanting Snuffilufigus for Christmas.  Anne Hathaway sings along with him. Young students will enjoy this fun song. (01:32)

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Becoming a television reporter usually happens by starting at the bottom and working up to better positions, but getting a related degree and starting in smaller markets is another way to go about it. Discover the many paths to becoming a television reporter with insider information from award-winning former TV news anchor, Glenn Selig, in this video on television jobs. (01:18)
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7.3 Internalizing and interrogating key ideas

In addition to revisiting your notes at different times throughout the year, you might also look for opportunities to discuss key ideas with someone else - either a fellow student or someone outside of The Open University who is interested in contemporary social science debates. This can provide a helpful stimulus to internalizing them. Debating issues with someone else may well help you to generate further questions and critical observations, all part of processing and interrogating m
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Foley, P. (2008) ‘Introduction’ in Collins, J. and Foley, P. (eds) Promoting Children's Wellbeing: Policy and Practice, Bristol, The Policy Press in association with The Open University.
Maynard, T. (2007) ‘Encounters with Forest School and Foucault: A Risky Business?’ Education 3–13, vol. 35, no. 4, pp. 379–391.

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Documento formado por "retalhos" de respostas dadas à discordância entre mim e a administração educativa, quanto à distribuição de serviço não letivo: 1.º- as reuniões eram consideradas pela Direção como Componente Não Letiva Individual; 2.º- a, então, DRELVT confirmou a integração nos horário

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Ten years ago, MIT helped launch a revolution in access to education when it announced it would place the core teaching materials from its entire curriculum online for anyone to use at no charge. Today, MIT OpenCourseWare shares materials from more than 2,000 MIT courses and more than 250 universities around the world have joined MIT in publishing their own course materials openly. Sites like YouTube.edu, Khan Academy, OpenStudy.com have emerged to explore this new territory of informal online l
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6.2 The hypothalamus as central regulator

Research in the past 30–40 years has established that the hypothalamus, which lies below the thalamus and above the optic nerve chiasma and the pituitary gland in the brain, fulfils all of the functions listed above, at least in part. The main function of the hypothalamus is homeostasis. Factors such as blood pressure, body temperature, fluid and electrolyte balance, and body weight are held to constant values called the set-points. Although set-points can vary over time, from day to
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