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Crash Course In Romance (2023) EP 155 Hours Ago


We're excited because it's time to LEARN!! This episode is chock full of all kinds of vocab and info on the ways in which Korean traditional culture has found it's way into Kpop! First, a crash course in "Gugak" and examples of some traditional Korean instruments and Kpop songs you may have heard them in. Then, it's time for costume history class as we learn about Hanbok and how it's being modernized for today's Kpop stages and every day life.




Crash Course in Romance (2023) EP 155 hours ago


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Thanksgiving is all about showing gratitude, but sometimes we forget to do it with some of the people we see every day: our co-workers. Sara Algoe, who studies social interactions at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and is director of the Love Consortium, gives us a crash course in the best practices for showing appreciation and explains why saying thanks is as important for the person giving it as it is for the person receiving it. And we hear from Jacob Coite, who has made an art out of showing appreciation to the people he works with.


Thanksgiving is all about showing gratitude, but sometimes we forget to do it with some of the people we see every day: our co-workers. Sara Algoe, who studies social interactions at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and is director of the Love Consortium, gives us a crash course in the best practices for showing appreciation and explains why saying thanks is as important for the person giving it as it is for the pers...


My assignment and time served was mostly uneventful. Long work days, we worked 6-1/2 days a week when I got there, later only 6 days. The duty hours and day were long but not difficult. Of course any personal business was done during duty hours. Lunch time was an hour and a half, including transportation time to and from. The usual personnel drama was always going on.


From Hollywood to Wales, the pitch to the locker room, the front office to the pub, Welcome to Wrexham tracks Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds in their crash course in football club ownership and the inextricably connected fates of a team and a town counting on two actors to bring some serious hope and change to a community that could use it.


Going into the third lap, Sebulba still held the lead, as narrow as it was. With Skywalker close behind, and now out of surprise tricks, Sebulba resorted to sheer brutality in order to either keep Skywalker behind him or batter the boy enough to destroy his pod. Approaching the Laguna Caves, a part of the course where Tyerell had crashed earlier, Sebulba rammed Skywalker off course, forcing him onto a steep service ramp. Boosting, Skywalker sped up the ramp at an exhilarating speed, propelling himself into the sky. The boy was quick to act and adjusted his pod accordingly, leveling his podracer's nosedive as he headed back for the ground. Not only did he save himself from an explosive wreck, but his jump off of the ramp put him directly in front of a surprised Sebulba. Skywalker continued to hold the lead until they ran into a series of archways. Suddenly, Skywalker's left engine bucked and began to give off a stream of dense smoke. Sebulba's earlier sabotage was beginning to take effect as Skywalker pushed his pod to its limit. Skywalker managed to resolve his engine difficulties and quickly regained his ground, passing up several other podracers before gaining a tail on Gasgano. Although Skywalker had had issues with passing the Xexto earlier in the race, this time he swerved past Gasgano with little effort and eventually flew parallel with Sebulba as they headed for the final stretch of the course.[6]


  • Assessment:Item 1: 10% Coursework 1

  • Item 2: 10% Coursework 2

  • Item 3: 80% Examination (2 hours 30 mins)

Level: 6Physics and AstronomyStarsPhysical and Chemical SciencesSPA5307Semester 25YesStarsCredits: 15.0Contact: Dr David TsiklauriDescription: "Stars are a vital building block in the Universe: forming out of interstellar gas and dust, and themselves being a major component of galaxies. They are also vital for providing the nuclear reactions that create the elements from which planets and even ourselves are formed. This course describes how the fundamental properties of stars are related to observations. Temperatures and densities in the centre of stars reach values that are unattainable in the laboratory. Yet the application of basic physical principles can help us determine much about the internal structure and evolution of stars, from their formation to their ultimate end states in such exotic and spectacular objects as white dwarfs, neutron stars and black holes."


  • Assessment:Item 1: 80% Examination (2 hours 30 mins)

  • Item 2: 10% Coursework

  • Item 3: 10% Mid-semester Test

Level: 5Physics and AstronomyElectromagnetic Waves and OpticsPhysical and Chemical SciencesSPA5222Semester 25YesElectromagnetic Waves and OpticsCredits: 15.0Contact: Dr William SutherlandPrerequisite: Before taking this module you must take SPA4210Description: The course is aimed at giving a coverage of electromagnetic wave theory and of optics. It will act as a bridge between a first year course of introductory electromagnetism and a course on vibrations and waves to give an understanding of optics in terms of electromagnetic waves.


  • Assessment:Item 1: 10% Coursework 1

  • Item 2: 10% Coursework 2

  • Item 3: 80% Examination (2 hours 30 mins)

Level: 4Physics and AstronomyArtificial Intelligence, Human Rights and MigrationLawSOLM240Semester 27YesArtificial Intelligence, Human Rights and MigrationCredits: 15.0Contact: Dr Niovi VavoulaDescription: Artificial Intelligence is constantly in the media, both praised and vilified. But what is AI and how do public-authorities use it? This course examines public authorities' use of AI in border, immigration and asylum decision making in the UK and worldwide. Taking a case study approach using recent and pending court cases we will analyse the issues from a human rights perspective: fair procedures, non-discrimination and protection of privacy.


  • Assessment:Item 1: 100% Exam (3 hours 15 minutes) (3 hours 15 mins)

Level: 7LawRisk Management in LawLawSOLM236Semester 37NoRisk Management in LawCredits: 15.0Contact: To Be ConfirmedDescription: This module introduces complex concepts in finance at a level that is appropriate for law students to master them . The focus of this course is on the analysis of valuation models, their application in different economic situations, and the benefits/consequences when investing or conducting business, both locally and globally. Tools and basic models that help in understanding the appropriate usage of different valuation models as used in different situations will be introduced and examined in order to assess risk and be able to manage it appropriately. Through the course analysis, students will develop a thorough understanding of the models that influence and eventually determine the relationships between risk and return when evaluating assets. Legal cases are used to analyze actual situations and explore different possible solutions when dealing with risk and other financial concepts, facilitating an acceptable legal determination as to the best selection for various risk exposure. The module will be taught on the assumption that the students have no prior knowledge of finance.


  • Assessment:Item 1: 20% Oral Presentation

  • Item 2: 80% Examination (3 hours 15 mins)

Level: 7LawInternational Arbitration Award WritingLawSOLM928Semester 37NoInternational Arbitration Award WritingCredits: 15.0Contact: Prof Loukas MistelisDescription: The course consists of self-study, a residential course for students and further self-study. Students will be sent a reading list as well as a set of reading materials focusing on arbitration awards, their characteristics, functions and drafting. The residential course will consist of one full day of teaching and learning by way of a seminar.At the residential course students will be given the first set of materials relating to a fictional arbitration case; these will normally cover all information but the hearing. Candidates will be required to start working on the awards by drafting summary of facts, summary of parties' positions, claims, etc.


  • Assessment:Item 1: 80% Examination (2 hours 30 mins)

  • Item 2: 20% Coursework

Level: 5Physics and AstronomySustainability and the CorporationLawSOLM269Semester 27YesSustainability and the CorporationCredits: 15.0Contact: Ms Katrien MorbeeDescription: This course examines how we should design, finance, and regulate corporations in order to align their incentives with sustainability issues in general and climate change in particular. The course will focus on issues such as the concept of sustainability, the relationship between sustainability and the corporation, the design of a sustainable corporation, the role of asset managers and the financial industry in general as stewards of sustainability, and the recent policy initiatives and regulation. The course is strongly committed to presenting a global and comparative perspective highlighting the contemporary principles and trends of sustainable business and finance. 041b061a72


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