Essay: whose heritage? Damein BellEssay: whose heritage? Damein Bell
Damein Bell is a Gunditjmara man from Heywood in Victoria. He is the Executive Officer of Gunditj Mirring Traditional Owners Aboriginal Corporation
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Faculty of Arts Department of English and American StudiesFaculty of Arts Department of English and American Studies
I would like to thank to my supervisor PhDr. Jitka Vlčková, Ph. D. for initiating me into this interesting subject, and mainly, for her help, guidance and valuable advice
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Weapons permitsWeapons permits
Applicant” means a person who is applying for a permit to acquire pistols or revolvers or to carry weapons
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Nats 1840 m – Science, Technology and the Environment SummaryNats 1840 m – Science, Technology and the Environment Summary
In order to unpack the complicated relationship between human activity and the environment, we will consider the development of science and technology over all of human history and in different parts of the world
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Course overviewCourse overview
This course in conducted overwhelmingly, if not exclusively, in Chinese. Students are required to speak Chinese as much as possible
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Heron Road Bridge Seismic Upgrades Jack Ajrab, Sylvain Montminy and Marcel Delph abstractHeron Road Bridge Seismic Upgrades Jack Ajrab, Sylvain Montminy and Marcel Delph abstract
The structures are composed of four (4) semi-continuous cast-in-place post-tensioned voided concrete slabs, which are cantilevered to support three (3) suspended precast girder segments
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Tulane University – Master of Professional Studies (mps) in Homeland SecurityTulane University – Master of Professional Studies (mps) in Homeland Security
Recent natural disasters and the arrival of international terrorism to the continental United States have made homeland security a rapidly growing field with a high demand for skilled leadership and informed management
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Lipstick and Logarithms: Gender, Institutional Context, and Representative BureaucracyLipstick and Logarithms: Gender, Institutional Context, and Representative Bureaucracy
An earlier version of this paper was presented at the American Political Science Association Meeting, August 31 – September 2, 2000, Washington D. C. All data and documentation to replicate the analysis is available from the authors
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The Voyage of the Hero in Greek and Roman LiteratureThe Voyage of the Hero in Greek and Roman Literature
We will examine how constructions of heroes reflected societal values or political ideologies and also how major epics engaged with each other and impacted other productions of Greco-Roman society
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