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3 Rhythm

All speech has rhythm because we naturally stress some words or syllables more than others. The rhythm can sometimes be very regular and pronounced, as in a children's nursery rhyme – ‘JACK and JILL went UP the HILL’ – but even in the most ordinary sentence the important words are given more stress. In poetry, rhythm is extremely important: patterns are deliberately created and repeated for varying effects. The rhythmical pattern of a poem is called its metre, and we can analyse, or
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#386: Global warming's companion crisis: Reactive nitrogen and its threat to human and planetary hea

Environmental physicist Prof Mark Sutton explains how our fast growing "nitrogen footprint" from agriculture and industry is reaching crisis levels as reactive nitrogen pollutes our air and soil and is a direct threat to human health. A leading researcher and advisor on nitrogen policy, Prof Sutton argues that smarter nitrogen management is not
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STS-133 Daily Mission Recap - Flight Day 7
A video recap of flight day 7 of the STS-133 mission of space shuttle Discovery to the International Space Station.
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{Suresh 859}Some nice sentences related to past tense Personal Note from Nathan:  Cricket is an international game that transcends boarders, race, religion.  It brings people together.  It is very popular […]

Graphing Inequalities on a Number Line
Instructor uses a white board to demonstrate solving inequalities in one variable and graphing the solution on a number line.  Examples include one-step, two-step, and multi-step linear inequalities.  
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This is a video that shows some of the artifacts of Chinese origin up to late dynasties.
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This two minute video shows how these weapons came into being. The video explains how some of the weapons worked and the thinking about them. 
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Shang Dynasty
This seven minute video does an excellent job of showing students the culture and events of the Shang Dynasty using a lecture format. There are many graphics to add depth to the understanding of this period of time in China.
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How to Work with Avocados
Avocados can look a little intimidating. So, how do you choose, ripen, and cut them? In this episode of Culinary Intelligence from the CIA, The Culinary Institute of America’s Chef Bill Briwa shows you how to tackle the avocado while he prepares a tasty guacamole. Want to learn more about the best cooking school in the world? Check out the CIA online at: http://www.ciachef.edu CIA Degree and Certificate programs: http://www.ciachef.edu/academics CIA Restaurants: http://www.ciarestaurantgroup.
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3.3 Physical characteristics of natural waters

A river's physical characteristics include:

  • clarity/turbidity

  • colour

  • speed of flow/turbulence

  • odour

  • the presence of plants and macroscopic animal life.

The physical characteristics are determined by location, geology and climate of the catchment area. In turn they influence the chemical and biological characteristics of the watercourse.

The physical appearance m
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Literary Festival 2015: Perceptions of Madness: understanding mental illness through art, literature
Speaker(s): Dr Sarah Carr, Paul Farmer, Nathan Filer, Dr John McGowan | How mental illness is portrayed in art, literature and on TV can have a positive or negative effect on how the public perceives mental ill health. Representations of people with mental health problems can range from the mad psychotic criminal to people within their daily lives dealing with depression, schizophrenia or bipolar disorder. This panel discussion explores how such presentations of mental illness can affect public
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The week ahead: Hacks, leaks and videotape
Matthew Symonds joins host Josie Delap to explain how the relationship between Donald Trump and the intelligence community fell apart and ask whether it can be rebuilt. Also: Modi's teflon streak and fishy economics in Japan
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EN-7. Dead wood, dendro-micro-environments and biodiversity (Vidéo)

Marion Gosselin proposes a focus on the dead wood, which is an essential component of the forests. The linked biodiversity, the saproxylic species, indeed represents 25% of the forest biodiversity. On the basis of an understanding of its functioning and of its benefits, she highlights a real preservation issue linked ...
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Visual French - The Shops (#4)
The instructor pronounces the names of shops in this brief video. There is no English. (An image is shown, however, if the viewer doesn't know what the building is, the viewer will know the French word, but may not know the corresponding English word.)
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El contenido de este curso está diseñado para dotar al alumno de los conocimientos básicos del análisis econométrico de modelos uniecuacionales con datos de corte transversal y de serie temporal. El objetivo final es que el alumno adquiera la capacidad para realizar estudios econométricos aplicados y pueda interpretar resultados econométricos generales. La parte práctica del curso comprende aplicaciones empíricas en las que se utilizan bases de datos reales, y se resuelven utilizando el
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CBS Show Time Spanish – Lesson 09

In this 10th episode of our intermediate-advanced Spanish course, Mark and Alba discuss Christmas traditions in Spain. José introduces a couple of phrases which you can tell someone not to take something the wrong way in this week’s intermedio. Grammar points covered include al + infinitive, por and para, volver a hacer algo, and

Author(s): mark@coffeebreakspanish.com (Radio Lingua Network)

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21L.002 Foundations of Western Culture II (MIT)
Complementary to 21L.001. A broad survey of texts - literary, philosophical, and sociological - studied to trace the growth of secular humanism, the loss of a supernatural perspective upon human events, and changing conceptions of individual, social, and communal purpose. Stresses appreciation and analysis of texts that came to represent the common cultural possession of our time. Enrollment limited. HASS-D, CI. Readings this semester ranging from political theory and oratory to autobiography, p
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Video link (see supported sites below). Please use the original link, not the shortcut, e.g. www.youtube.com/watch?v=abcde

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