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Gerard Butler on 'political' Coriolanus
Jan. 5 - Gerard Butler talks about how Ralph Fiennes' modern take on Shakespeare's political drama Coriolanus is very relevant and fresh today. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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COMP2211: Planning, Scenarios, Storyboards
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The Down Quark
This video presents a visual representation of the 'Down Quark'.  The down quark is a fundamental particle, and can change from a down quark to an up quark.  Find out what a down quark is in this informative video. (01:39)
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NATO meets to strengthen forces in eastern Ukraine
As casualties rise in eastern Ukraine, NATO defence ministers meet to sign off on a network of command centres in eastern Europe to rapidly reinforce the region in the event of any threat from Russia. Jillian Kitchener reports. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics inc
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Explore21: Expedition to the Solomon Islands—The Tech
The ocean waters surrounding the South Pacific’s Solomon Islands are home to diverse communities of fish, corals, and other animals. Many of these marine species can absorb light and emit it as another color, a process called biofluorescence. American Museum of Natural History scientists dove deep to investigate creatures that illuminate the ocean, and to better understand how and why they transform light. In "The Tech," watch Museum scientists assemble and deploy specialized camera equipment
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Designing space for dementia care
The lives of people with dementia can be improved by careful consideration of key features of the design of the spaces in which they live. This free course, Designing space for dementia care, provides examples of how good design can transform their lives and mitigate the symptoms of dementia. First published on Fri, 12 Feb 2016 as Author(s): Creator not set

1.1 Introduction

In this reading I focus on a piece of data to introduce some of the main themes and issues in discourse research. The material I have chosen to examine has historical interest. It is a public text of some import for British society and yet it also has a curiously private and confessional aspect. I am going to look at extracts from Princess Diana's interview with Martin Bashir which was screened in 1995 on Panorama – a British news-documentary television programme.

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Changing the world with shoes
Lora Hobbs, the founder of Sole Food and a senior instructor in religious studies at Missouri State University, explains how one pair of shoes donated to Missouri State’s community engagement project, Stomp Out Hunger, can feed four people, provide shoes for someone in a developing country and support clean water initiatives.
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GRCC Players Presents: HATPIN (the musical)
HATPIN (the musical) by Peter Rutherford & James Millar, directed by Rob Karel and Duane Davis, collaboration with GRCC's Music Department
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Communication and working relationships in sport and fitness
This free course, Communication and working relationships in sport and fitness, explores the personal skills that underpin so much work in sport and gyms. We often hear employers refer to the importance of these interpersonal relationships or ‘soft skills’ in sport and fitness, and in this unique course you’ll build valuable insights into understanding workplace communication, motivation and self-awareness and how this can increase your effectiveness and enhance how you work with others. A
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Open Access Efforts in ASEAN Countries: Introduction
Watinee Lim
This module will introduce you to the purpose of the OA Efforts in ASEAN countries collection, and which strategic plans of ASEAN could boost OA development.
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1.7 Babylonian mathematical style

Not only should you have learnt through this exercise more about the Babylonian mathematical style, but also, on another level, you should have gained more experience in the endeavour of trying to understand past mathematics. The model that we have been trying out can be characterised thus: use any means, any symbolism or notation that occurs to you, to find your way into the problem, then check rigorously to see how much of your new understanding is more a projection backwards from your own
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The Whole Process Of Handmade Wedding Dress

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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Game Theory Through the Computational Lens [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Tim Roughgarden | The fields of computer science and game theory both trace their roots to the first half of the 20th century, with the work of Turing, von Neumann, Nash, and others. Fast forwarding to the present, there are now many fruitful points of contact between these two fields. Game theory plays an important role in 21st-century computer science applications, ranging from social networks to routing in the Internet. The flow of ideas also travels in the other dire
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Adding Many Numbers
This Notepad Tutor episode is part of the Pilot Math 4 series that explains how to add three or more numbers together by showing  examples of two methods to do this. Teacher demonstrates on interactive white board. (2:10)

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The Rise of Dinosaurs
This is an animated documentary of the rise of dinosaurs. The video depicts how the small meat-eating dinosaurs of the Triassic period rise to dominate the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods. (Lots of violence!)

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1 How do organisms acquire iron?

Metals are an essential part of biological chemistry. Of all the trace elements, iron is the most important, especially as it is present in many essential enzymes and proteins. But how do organisms acquire the iron from their surroundings? Clearly, organisms need to absorb iron biochemically before it can be used in proteins. Also, some method of replacing lost iron quickly is needed: for instance, how is blood replaced once it has been lost through a cut? This prompts the question: what bioc
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1.1 Introduction

Like many subjects, mental health is complex. This is partly because the language used in discussions about mental health is diverse, can mean different things to different people, and can sometimes be misleading. For example, the term ‘mental health’ is usually used in discussions about just the opposite: ‘mental illness’! There are, however, good reasons for the confusion surrounding its language. One reason is that decisions about what constitutes ‘mental health’, ‘men
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2014 Scholars Luncheon - Sean Lindsey '15
Queens University of Charlotte presents Sean Lindsey, Class of '15, at the 2014 Scholars Luncheon.
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Penguin Pool AA98_06395

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Penguin Pool, Zoological Gardens, Regents Park, London. The pool was designed in the Modernist style by the Tecton architectural firm and was built in 1934. Photographed by Eric de Mare around 1965.
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