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Description: Duck shooting on the Prairies. Prince of Wales' tour of Canada, 1919, a volume of photographs published by the Canadian Pacific Railway
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Rembrandt - El festín de Baltasar
Descripción de Arte Historia.

La obra, realizada hacia 1635, recoge un episodio de la historia de Baltasar, rey de Babilonia. Durante el sitio de la ciudad por el general persa Ciro, Baltasar reunió a todos sus nobles y sirvió el vino en la vajilla procedente del saqueo de Jerusalén. (2:00)

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Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! You’re shopping in the Japanese market, but you feel like one shopkeeper is following you a little too closely. You try to explain that you’re just browsing at the moment and that you will notify him in Japanese if you need some help, but he seems undeterred. Finally, you tell him [...]
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Flying Smarts
Ever wondered what goes into the research behind creating an unmanned aerial vehicle for surveillance, search and rescue, civil infrastructure maintenance and so on, that can be used by almost anyone with minimal training? The Computer Vision and Robotics group at the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science is doing just that in collaboration with the University of Twente in the Netherlands. The project is postgraduate research funded by an ARC Discovery Grant.
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This course sequence teaches the pathophysiology of common diseases of the nervous system (including visual, auditory, and vestibular systems), and the general principles underlying diagnosis and management. The specific goals are:To review clinically relevant neuroanatomy and neurophysiology.To learn a systematic approach to the localization of neurologic lesions.To learn a systematic approach for determining the likely general category of disease process responsible for a patientŐs symptoms a
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A car accident is one of the fearful incidents for the people who have faced it. People often get traumatized after they meet with such a perilous accident. In most of the cases of car accidents, people are found dead. Those who survive mostly undergo medical treatment. In such circumstances, it becomes impracticable for the victim to file a case against the other party or talk to the insurance company to reimburse his or her money.

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