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Real Brazilian Conversations #10: Seriados e filmes
André and Filipe are cousins and good friends. They share some opinions about their favorite comedy TV Shows and talk a little bit about the Batman V Superman movie (NO SPOILERS). The post Real...

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The American Presidents: Ulysses S. Grant
This video discusses Ulysses S. Grant.  American history is so much more than dates and documents — it's the dynamic story of the real men and women, immigrants and Native Americans, who together built our country. Disney's 'The American Presidents' is a fresh and relevant narrative (developed with a former producer of The Daily Show and The Colbert Report) about the men who led this country through change and the lives they affected, from an early idea of democracy to our first Afric
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Billie Holiiday singing live "What a little moonlight can do".  Black and white video (3:09)
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Automobiles Freed Us from the Tyranny of Horses
By: Ryan McMaken
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Thanks to the automobile, Americans live in an age of extremely inexpensive transportation, by historical measures. 

In the United States in 2015, there was approximately one motor vehicle per 1.21 people. With the excepti
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Audiobook Classic 'OLIVER TWIST' by Charles Dickens
This is an audio reading of a part of the novel, Oliver Twist, by Charles Dickens.  Image of Charles Dickens is displayed throughout the reading.

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Researching Your Speech Topic
Researching Your Speech Topic. Part of the series: How to Pick a Public Speech Topic. Evidence is important to any speech. Get tips for finding evidence for your public speaking occasion in this free video clip from a professional public speaker.
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7.4 Using flowcharts to describe a task (contd)

Now consider what happens when you are weighing, for example, flour on a set of scales. You slowly add more flour to the scalepan until you reach the desired weight. As you do this the display constantly changes, showing the weight increasing as you add more flour. To do this, the scales’ computer must repeatedly examine the input and update the display each time it does so. The flowcharts in figures Author(s): The Open University

1.8.3 Explaining the observations

Having made and reviewed our observations, we are now in a position to interpret them – why are the rocks the way they are? The sedimentary strata that we see in Figure 16 were likely to have been deposited in essentially horizontal layers, so why is one set tilted and the other horizontal? To answer
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2.2 Using specific or general questions

Notice the difference between closed questions and open questions.

Closed questions

These questions are very specific and the answers give precise information.

  • Are there sites available?

  • Yes.

  • Has it got air conditioning?

  • No.

  • Where is Preston?

  • In the north-west of England.

  • What's the population?

  • 128
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2.7 Multiple-cause diagrams

As a general rule, an event or outcome will have more than one cause. A multiple-cause diagram will enable you to show the causes and the ways in which they are connected. Suppose, for example, that you were asked to explain why a work group was under-performing. You could use a multiple-cause diagram both to help you to construct the explanation and to present it.

OU Human Physiology: Erythrocytes
Heather Ketchum, Eric Bright
By the end of this section, you will be able to: Describe the anatomy and function of erythrocytes Explain the steps in erythropoiesis Explain why RBCs […]
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Computer technology: robotic milking and interactive mirrors
What have computers got to do with cows? Can a wooden mirror help us understand the computing behind digital image capture? Neil Rowse is the first dairy farmer in the UK to use a computerised system that gives cows control over when they are milked, and allows him to remotely monitor the welfare of individual animals. Daniel Rozin has created an computer operated mirror made from 835 tilting wooden tiles. With the help of a digital camera and a computer programme, the wooden tiles mimic the di
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2.6 Culloden visitor survey

In the light of recent reinterpretation of the site, which includes more and different voices to the portrayal of the battlefield, Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) undertook a preliminary visitor survey in April 2006 in order to begin to understand how the site figured in the construction of identity for Scots and other visitors (McLean et al., 2007).

When questioned about their motives for visiting the site, many cited educational reasons; however, a large number also came as
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American Experience: The Assassination of Abraham Lincoln
This video provides an extensive view and insight into the events that occurred on April 14, 1865. Just days after the Civil War ended, President Abraham Lincoln was assassinated at Ford's Theatre. As a fractured nation mourned, a manhunt closed in on his assassin, the twenty-six-year-old actor, John Wilkes Booth. This professionally-made video from PBS is part of a series titled American Experience. (1:24:13)
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The concepts of addition and subtraction of decimal numbers are explained using real life examples. Instructor uses a place value chart for demonstration. (09:22)
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Привет! Hey there, all you Russian language addicts and all those who have just subscribed. Welcome! (Добро пожаловать!)


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Keys to Good Oral Hygiene-Running Time 4:36
A video created for elementary students to educate them on oral hygiene. Brushing Means Brushing and Watch What You're Eating are main topics discussed. Running time is 4:36.
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10 Review of the learning outcomes

After studying this unit you should be able to:

Part A

  • explain what the common law is and how it developed:

    • In 1154 Henry II institutionalised common law. Judges travelled throughout the country bringing consistent justice to every citizen, and the practice developed where past decisions would be cited in argument before the courts and would be regarded as being of persuasive authority.


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Art Forum: Danni Zuvela and Joel Stern
The ANU School of Art and the ACT Government present the 2012 public Art Form series. OtherFilm are an artists' collective dedicated to exploring experimental film, video, sound and performance; they work as curators, programmers, artists, researchers, writers, historians, teachers, hosts, agents and activists. In this talk they discuss OtherFilm's origins in the underground/DIY film and music scene and show some highlights from selected exhibitions and programs they have curated. They also spe
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