Opening of new East River bridge, New York / Edison 1903
The first view is from the roadway of the Williamsburg Bridge on the day of the opening. Close-ups of the parading dignitaries and members of the press [Frame: 0345] are seen. From another camera position, taken over the heads of the crowd, buildings around the waterfront are seen, and the dignitaries, led by a standard bearer again pass the camera. The banner reads "MAYOR." Next, a covered platform, draped in flag bunting is shown, where the people previously seen have gone to begin the ceremon
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Werkbladen cijferend optellen/aftrekken, met en zonder inwisselen.


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'Brought to you by the Chemistry Department at Stetson University, a FREE game to practice your chemistry knowledge using classic Mahjong gameplay! Match the tilesets based on rules of basic chemistry! Practice and reinforce basic concepts, including:-Matching elemental names to symbols-Naming polyatomic ions-Assigning oxidation numbers-Learning electronic configurations-Understanding metric prefixes.Also featuring Classic Mahjong tiles and board for taking a break between studying!'This is
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Noun Clauses Lecture
This is a slide show lesson on noun clauses.  it explains that noun clauses are clauses where the whole clause is considered the object of a verb.  Examples of noun clauses are indirect statement and indirect question. Volitive noun causes and noun clauses of result are explained.

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CoderDojo organiseert gratis sessies om kinderen te leren programmeren. Een groot deel van het didactisch materiaal hiervan wordt verzameld op een Open Drive per thema. Je vindt hier o.a informatie over Scratch, Mindstorms, Arduino,HTML en nog …


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Nationally recognized composer Vineet Shende, Bowdoin assistant professor of music, talks about what inspires him to write, the state of classical music today, and his recent works – including a film score, an opera, and the highly rhythmic romp, “Throw Down or Shut Up.”
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UW 360, hosted by Carolyn Douglas, is a magazine show that features stories about the University of Washington. In this episode: - Meet the University of Washington Boxing Club and its dedicated coach, Christopher Mendez - Learn about UW research on a blood clotting substance that help save lives of trauma patients - Catch up with former UW Husky football great, Napoleon Kaufman - Visit the UW's Intellectual House, a new longhouse-style facility for the UW Native American community and others
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The reading of the names of Holocaust victims
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