Ubuntu: Curating the ArchiveUbuntu: Curating the Archive
Ubuntu related texts is not possible. That said, we will keep updating this list
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Every Eight Seconds: aids revisited 29-30 November 2000Every Eight Seconds: aids revisited 29-30 November 2000
The picture's caption read: "Without drugs to treat them, aids sufferers in Chiradzulu [Malawi] can look forward only to the comfort of prayer from ministers such as the Rev Howard Mbeza"
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Intercultural communication in poetry and practiceIntercultural communication in poetry and practice
November: Poetry translation contest in the Lesbók, the weekly cultural supplement of the Morgunblaðið newspaper
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Archiving and Identifying Prewar and Wartime Jewish Photographs in Polish Digital Archives and Research CentersArchiving and Identifying Prewar and Wartime Jewish Photographs in Polish Digital Archives and Research Centers
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British Commonwealth to a level of respect never before accepted in Britain.”3 His friend and protégé, the writer, C. L. R. James, attests to the fact, that Lord Constantine “belonged to that style of the distinguished company of men who
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Linus Pauling vs. Dow Jones The Wall Street Journal Pontificates on VitaminsLinus Pauling vs. Dow Jones The Wall Street Journal Pontificates on Vitamins
Copyright 2006 by Andrew W. Saul. Commercial use of this Newsletter is strictly prohibited
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Transcript of Travels in China Speakers: Margy Byrne (M), William Yang (W), audience (A), SophieTranscript of Travels in China Speakers: Margy Byrne (M), William Yang (W), audience (A), Sophie
Mt Majura or Mt Ainslie. Even the annual arrival of the bogong moths reminds us that we live in the country of a very ancient culture I think in a way that it wouldn't be the case in other cities right in the heart of the city
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A very Promising Boy’A very Promising Boy’
Edgeworth into abandoning the project; a wooden horse with eight legs to clamber over walls, in a premonition of modern caterpillar-tracks; an umbrella for keeping haystacks dry; and a machine for cutting turnips
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Mary, Queen of Scots, and the Earl of Bothwell By Susannah DavisMary, Queen of Scots, and the Earl of Bothwell By Susannah Davis
The life of Mary, Queen of Scots has all the ingredients of a Hollywood thriller: a love triangle, treachery, rape and murder. Dr Saul David takes a closer look at the role of Mary's lover, the Earl of Bothwell
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Blood and Ice Annotated Bibliography Advanced HigherBlood and Ice Annotated Bibliography Advanced Higher
This annotated bibliography lists a large number of books and other resources that students may find useful when undertaking the Special Study. It also provides a source of information for staff. It is one writer’s view of these texts and is offered on
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Mary, Queen of Scots and the Scottish ReformationMary, Queen of Scots and the Scottish Reformation
National Qualifications. Users of all nq support materials, whether published by Learning and Teaching Scotland or others, are reminded that it is their responsibility to check that the support materials correspond to the requirements of the
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Grade level: 6-8 subject area: World History creditGrade level: 6-8 subject area: World History credit
People derived the term Vikingfrom the Scandinavian term a-viking,which meant to go on a raid. Most Scandinavians did not go a-vikingbut were farmers, fishermen, or traders
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And Friday 8th September 2006And Friday 8th September 2006
Participating Members of the Sub-Committee: George Boston, Kevin Bradley, Adolf Knoll, Fernando Osorio, Jonas Palm and Dietrich Schüller
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Building a National Strategy for Digital Preservation: Issues in Digital Media ArchivingBuilding a National Strategy for Digital Preservation: Issues in Digital Media Archiving
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Transcript of 2016 Eric Rolls Memorial Lecture: Gifts from China Speakers: Kathryn Favelle (K), Professor Nicholas JoseTranscript of 2016 Eric Rolls Memorial Lecture: Gifts from China Speakers: Kathryn Favelle (K), Professor Nicholas Jose
Director of Community Outreach here at the National Library, and thank you all for joining us this afternoon. As we begin I’d like to acknowledge the traditional owners of the land on which we work and we live and I thank their elders
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