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War and Civilization Series Lecture 3: War and Pity
Marina Warner is a writer of fiction, criticism and history; her works include novels and short stories as well as studies of myths, symbols, and fairytales. She is currently Professor at Essex University. The proposition underlying this year's Wolfson Lectures on 'War and Civilization' is that, as one century of wars seems all too likely to bleed into another, we have become accustomed to think of warfare simply as the destroyer of civilization, the ultimate evil. This understandable view evade
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2007.11.07 - IT Updates (Video)
October ITC meeting summary by Jon Ross, Faculty Computing Needs Survey reminder by Kevin Taylor, Identity Management Project by Caprice Post, ISO Updates by Steve Scott, and Network Architecture discussion by Joe Breen.
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References

Baker, M. (2006). Private communication, Business in the Community, 29 March.
Brewster, D. (2004). ‘CalPERS wave-making brings flak’, Financial Times Fund Management, 9 August.
Business Week (2004). ‘Special report: corporate governance, investors fight back’, 17 May.
Butz, C. (2003). Decomposing SRI Pe
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Article :: Adobe After Effects CS4: Optimize the Pipeline
This chapter examines how image data flows through an After Effects project in detail. That may not sound gripping until you realize how much your creativity is hampered by remaining ignorant of this stuff.
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Burroway, Janet (2003) Writing Fiction: a guide to narrative craft, 6th edition, Harlow: Longman.
Byatt, A.S. (2001) The Biographer's Tale, London: Vintage.
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Upper Beginner #19 - Give Up Your Seat on the Japanese Train
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! As a pregnant woman in Japan, you are thankful for priority seats on the Japanese train. You have a long walk to the train station from your home in Japan, which is exhausting! The other Japanese passengers are usually gracious in giving up their seats. But, today, you overheard one man [...]
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Creating a Responsive Layout
This video shows you how to target mobile devices by creating responsive layouts in Edge Animate.
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6.2 Authority and the variety of information sources

Technology has massively increased the number and variety of news sources that we have access to. We still have printed books, magazines and newspapers, while digital techniques have increased the number of broadcast radio and TV channels that we can get. On the Web we have access to online versions of many of these. This allows us access to media that previously would have been inaccessible.

With traditional news sources such as these, we have some understanding of the authority that t
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Laplace Transform 2a
John Taylor
Demonstrates the use of a table to find the Laplace transform of the product of a hyperbolic cosine, and the independent variable.
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How to Make Homemade Valentine's Cards
A teacher shows how to make a homemade Valentine's card.  Instuctions:Fold a piece of construction paper in half, cut out a half-heart shape along the fold, and decorate the outside and inside using markers, glitter and paint. The video shows children how to create a unique Valentine's Day card.

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Visions of the Future
What do you think the house of the future will be like? This short, three minute video will touch on the visions and inventions we THOUGHT would be reality by the year 2010, like the personal robot, self cleaning dishes, and levitating frying pan.
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Underwater Survival Techniques
Some animals are masters at camouflage. Watch this video and see if you can see through their cunning disguises. You get to see the frogfish, ghost pipe fish, leaf scorpion fish, and cockatoo wasps fish. The video will compliment a lesson on animal defenses - mimicry, camouflage, and protective resemblance. Run time 01:40.
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All About Astrology : The Sign Scorpio in Astrology
Scorpio is a passionate and unyielding sign, get expert tips and advice on astrology, sun signs, and the zodiac in this video.
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"I Will Not Be Influenced in Appointments": Al Smith Accepts the Nomination for President
Religion figured prominently in the 1928 presidential election when Alfred E. Smith, the Democratic governor of New York, became the first Catholic to run as the candidate of a major political party. Smith, who ran against the Republican Secretary of Commerce Herbert Hoover, tried to downplay the subject of his religion. In his speech accepting the presidential nomination, Smith sought to reassure voters that he would not favor Catholics, "Wets" (supporters of Prohibition), or Easterners if elec
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Waves
(Please scroll down to #18 for this video.) The medium disturbances of nature. With an analysis of simple harmonic motion and a stroke of genius, Newton extended mechanics to the propagation of sound.
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Thomas Burns Memorial Lectures 2016: Professor Choon-Leong Seow - The Story of Job: A contested clas
The Department of Theology and Religion presents lecture two of the 2016 Thomas Burns Memorial Lecture series. Given by Professor Choon-Leong Seow, Vanderbilt Divinity School, this presentation covers the topic 'The Artistry of the (Hebrew) Book of Job'. 27 July 2016
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Lost Interpretations of Hamlet Performance- The Hamlet Project
Capital Centre presented Lost Interpretations of Hamlet, a look at four very different readings of Shakespeare's masterpiece. The culmination of this year-long project.
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Commas Quotations Dialog – Learn Grammar – Learning Upgrade
From the Math English Upgrade 3 course. (01:47) 

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5.2 Using political skills

In particular, a project manager needs to employ good political skills in order to maintain the support of senior management, without allowing them to undermine or take over the project. However, this can raise questions about the ethics of their behaviour. Read the following account that was given by a member of an external consulting team working on a project for a local authority in Scotland. The project's objective was to revamp the structure of the council which had operated in much the
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1.2 Extracellular signals can act locally or at a distance

First we shall consider the general types of intercellular signalling mechanism within multicellular organisms (Figure 3). Broadly speaking, cells may interact with each other directly, requiring cell–cell contact, or indirectly, via molecules secreted by one cell, which are then carried away to target cells.


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