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Schubert - Arpeggione Sonata - Beginning
This cello sonata, by Schubert, is a favorite of Nathaniel Ayers.  Here, the beginning of the work is performed by Miklós Perényi and András Schiff.  The work is entitled  Arpeggione Sonata, D. 821, by Franz Schubert.
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Build-A-Word - Ball
In this short cartoon clip from "WordWorld", the WordFriends use the letters B, A, L, and L, to build the word ball. After the word is built, it transforms into a ball made of the letters used. (1:18)
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B. Joseph Elmunzer, M.D., MSc Physician Profile
Dr. Elmunzer’s clinical practice focuses on advanced diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopy, including ERCP, endoscopic ultrasound, endoscopic mucosal resection, and quaternary-level endoscopic interventions such as pancreatic necrosectomy, EUS-guided biliary and pancreatic drainage, luminal stenting and suturing, and per oral endoscopic myotomy (POEM). He is a National Institutes of Health funded investigator whose research interests include clinical trials in gastrointestinal endoscopy and imp
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What Is a Semicolon?
A semicolon is used when a writer wants their reader to take an extended pause. Teacher presents examples on her computer screen.  (01:20)
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How to Find the Volume of a Pyramid
This  2:50 video teaches how to find the volume of a pyramid. One formula you use to find the volume of a pyramid is V =
(area of the base times height) divided by 3. There isn't any narrator for this video.

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G.P. "Bud" Peterson, President, Georgia Institute of Technology - IMPACT
In April 2009, following a unanimous vote by the University System of Georgia Board of Regents, Dr. G. P. ""Bud"" Peterson became the eleventh president of the Georgia Institute of Technology. Throughout his career, Peterson has played an active role in helping to establish the national education and research agendas, serving on numerous industry, government, and academic task forces and committees. He has previously served as chancellor of the University of Colorado at Boulder and provost at Re
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2.1 Degrees of torpor

Adaptive hypothermia occurs in at least six distantly related mammalian orders (Table 1) and in several orders of birds. There is a spectrum running from those species which can tolerate a drop in T b by 2° C for a few hours, to the seasonal deep hibernators which maintain a T b as low as 4° C for weeks on end.


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Google Apps Quick Tour
Watch this quick tour of Google Apps Visit http://www.google.com/a to sign up or learn more.
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6th Grade American History and State Standards
This is from Nebraska Star Standard and goes into detail about what the standards cover and how they should be covered in this two minute video. It would be useful for teachers in other states is the standards are similar.
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3.9 Being on the receiving end

Case Study 2: The Cameron family

David and Marie Cameron, a married couple in their 40s, live in a middle-class suburb. Marie teaches French at the local secondary school, while David is a full-time official for a clerical workers’ union. Both are active in the local Labour
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HIV: Will there ever be a vaccine?
A talk about the University's work in China and Africa and its attempts to identify the key determinants of protective immunology against HIV infection that should guide future vaccine design.
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A Call To Action For The Forest
A short video about the Mountain Pine Beetle epidemic in Colorado and a proposal to save some trees. (13:37)
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4.1 Inflexion

The underlying grammatical rules of Indo-European languages (for example, English, Gaelic, French, German, Russian, Latin, Greek, Punjabi) are similar, but it is not always easy to appreciate this when you are beginning to learn a new language. A common feature of all these languages is the inflexion of nouns, adjectives and verbs, whereby the end of the word is changed according to its function in the sentence. For example, woman, woman's, women and women's are all inflexions o
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5.1 Overview

The discovery that quantum mechanics permits the tunnelling of particles was of great significance. It has deep implications for our understanding of the physical world and many practical applications, particularly in electronics and the developing field of nanotechnology. This section introduces some of these implications and applications. Applications naturally involve the three dimensions of the real world, and realistic potential energy functions are never perfectly square. Despite these
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Bach's Brandenburg Concertos No. 5, ii: Affettuoso
The Freiburg Baroque Orchestra playing Bach's "Brandenburg Concertos No.5 - ii: Affettuoso".  This piece is one of a multitude of chamber music written by Bach.  It is in the key of D major and scored for violin, cello, viola, flute and harpsichord.  It was dubbed a concerto with several instruments.  A Baroque harpsichord and flute are used.
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1 Sound reception: the ear

In order to hear a sound, the auditory system must accomplish three basic tasks. First it must deliver the acoustic stimulus to the receptors; second, it must transduce the stimulus from pressure changes into electrical signals; and third, it must process these electrical signals so that they can efficiently indicate the qualities of the sound source such as pitch, loudness and location. How the auditory system accomplishes these tasks is the subject of much of the rest of this block. We will
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1.5 Getting started

After you have worked through Sections 1 and 2, the place to start is the key skill of improving your own learning and performance.

As you began to read through these materials, you were probably not surprised to see that we had included as key skills such things as communication, numeracy and information technology. These are certainly essential operational tools for students – indeed, many would say that they are also essential tools for most occupations.

However, including
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The American Revolution
On April 19, 1775, the shot heard round the world was fired at the Battle of Lexington and Concord beginning America's Revolutionary War.  In this video you will learn what lead to the war, and the things that happened as a result.
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Myth in the Greek and Roman Worlds: the Temple of Diana at Nemi
How was mythology used by ancient Romans in their everyday lives? At Nemi to the south of Rome, the sanctuary of the goddess Diana provides us with a snapshot of Roman life and society. This album explores some of the fragments of objects found at the site of Diana's temple, such as a street entertainer's clay lamp, an ex-slave's votive statue and a miniature model of the Temple itself. Containing significant clues about social mobility, these cult objects reveal how lower social classes used my
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4.2.6 All England Law Reports (citation All ER)

These reports are produced by the legal publishers Butterworth's and, although they do enjoy judicial revision, they do not contain counsels’ arguments. They are published weekly and are then collated annually in volumes.


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