by Pole of Cold Expedition 2013
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Hi well how's the week or more of driving every day moving every day I think we were all quite pleased to have a day in one place today and we spent the day in which is a City just 70 kilometres from Lakeside House and it was also Russian Christmas day today so it was a bit strange to see that everywhere is still open and ___ was still pretty busy today all the shops were open and markets were open there were people in the square we went into the main cathedral and we're getting ready for a big service. So very different to Christmas day at home so it's interesting to see that so we had a wonder around this lovely City they call it that Paris is so good here and I can see why it's it's very different to any of the other cities that we've been in but tomorrow we move on and hopefully get our first ___
A review of my favourite film #22: "Interview with The Vampire," directed by Neil Jordan and starring Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt. A look at its existentialism, a comparison to the novel by Anne Rice, and what happened to its sequel. No spoilers in the review. site: www.videogamesandsushi.net e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter@VGASpodcast site: www.trophy-hunter.net
by Nicole 's channel
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Tags: science education, cell project, technology
This podcast is about a student project I have adapted allowing students to share their understanding of the functions of cell organelles using technology. Here is a link to my script and attributions to the audio you hear in the podcast. http://tinyurl.com/m62rulc Here is a link to the cell comparison project outline. http://tinyurl.com/ljfb9yc
by Syntheway Virtual Musical Instruments channel
Tags: Camille Saint-Saens, Introduction, Rondo
http://syntheway.net - Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso in A minor Op. 28 for violin and orchestra (Camille Saint-Saëns, Introduction et Rondo capriccioso en la mineur) Demo using the Syntheway Strings, Aeternus Brass, DAL Flute, Percussion Kit VST Instruments (Windows, Mac OS X). Additional Notes: Charles-Camille Saint-Saëns was born in Paris on October 9, 1835, and died in Algiers on December 16, 1921. He composed the Introduction and Rondo capriccioso for violin and orchestra in 1863. Pablo de Sarasate, for whom the work was written, was the first to perform it, in 1870. The Introduction and Rondo capriccioso was conceived as an independent piece, and it has been consistently popular.
by Jori's channel
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Tags: successful business man, lonely childhood, work focus
Kate Topping was born on February eighth eighteen fifty. She's the daughter of a successful business man and a mother who is a well connected member of the French Community. All five of her siblings died earlier on own in her life so she looks relatively lonely childhood. In eighteen seventy she married Oscar Topping and settled in New Orleans eventually having six children. Kate is known as the rebel who used to smoke cigars and ride horses instead of walk. She was a woman who wasn't going to let the rules of tradition keep her from doing what she wanted. About nine years later Oscar Carter Cotton brokerage failed and they were forced to move to Paris where he die in eighteen eighty two. It became her goal to keep the family store running even though her husband left her a two and fifty thousand dollars in debt. Her mother died a year later plunging Kate into a huge depression. During those time she wrote to publish novels and over a 100 short stories. Most of her fiction with that Louisiana and her best known work focus is on the line to sensitive intelligent women. Her first novel ___
by Alexis's channel
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Tags: amazing creatures, eiffel tower, black sea
My whole life I've wanted to travel. I've always wanted to experience what the world has to offer. There's so many places that I wanted to see. Those places I rather wish I'd really go. To Madrid with the bulls and free to ___ where they've been trying. To Rome where the Mighty Coliseum stand. To the Caribbean where the beaches reach back the light. I've always wished to see the world and the buildings to the food. There are so many things waiting out there first of time. You just have to take some time to looks. There's ___ and it's beautiful villas. There's Australia and outback filled with amazing creatures. There's Paris with where Eiffel Tower ___ and Istanbul where fits one of breath taking black sea. I've ever wanted to do this travel. All the ___ people sites just waiting for us. I wanna know what adventures are out there to be found. After all you never know what you might stumble upon.
by Mrs. Floading's AP Channel
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Tags: horrible condition, science and religion, technical comparison
Hi my name is Nath Billy. And I am phone counting on ___ that I chose the surgeon that ___. This is essay trying to tell us that Science and Religion are connected. And that ___ I needed to save them who's dying of the cancer. They're talking stand out at the grandparents. This is not cause an emotional effect in the reader and it's does the way that you ___ describe the horrible condition of the dying man. In important call that spread out to me was could this one pound of power dose grand pumping the brand just kind of crazy politic as well technical comparison that Brad is ___ pour it as well as the brand and ___ order to supply why can save this man and now that was kinda of the thing that Telstra(?) is trying to do like comparing 2 different thing. And how they're both needed help to save this man. And what the really important
by Shelley 's channel
Tags: first united methodist church, 1950, 1960
The story of how a woman I barely knew influenced my life. "When my aunt was five, she was adopted by a well-to-do family friend and fellow parishioner of the First United Methodist church--Miss Louise everyone called her--who had never married or had children of her own. Miss Louise was a consistent presence in the lives of my mother and her siblings, often helping them financially. She was loved by my mother and all of my aunts and uncIes."
A review of Ian Fleming's third 007 novel in his James Bond series. A look at how it differs from other Bond novels, why it received poor reviews in its time, and a comparison to the film adaptation. The ending is not spoiled in this review. site: www.videogamesandsushi.net site: www.trophy-hunter.net email: email@example.com Twitter@VGASpodcast
by Wholesaler Masterminds Radio
Tags: Joe Calloway, Becoming a Category of One, I Carry The Bag
Joe Calloway is a performance coach and advisor who helps great companies get even better. He helps organizations focus on what is truly important, inspires constant improvement, and motivates people to immediate action. Joe has been a business author, coach, and speaker for 30 years and his client list reads like an international Who’s Who in business, ranging from companies like Coca Cola and IBM to Saks Fifth Avenue and American Express. Joe is the author of four ground-breaking business books including Becoming A Category of One: How Extraordinary Companies Transcend Commodity And Defy Comparison, which received rave reviews from The New York Times, Retailing Today, Publishers Weekly and many others.