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UTSGSMC103Y1Jennifer HarrisWinter

SMC103Y1 Lecture Notes - Christmas Card, Anthropomorphism, Charles Dickens

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28 Jan 2013
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Father george - black panther counsellor mother - prof english, rolling stone. Grammy 2005 best rap song rolling stone rank 19/100 song of decade 2000-
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UTSGSMC103Y1Jennifer HarrisWinter

SMC103Y1 Lecture Notes - Turnitin, Halo 3, Richard Dawkins

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28 Jan 2013
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Week leading up to easter commemoration of the resurrection of jesus. If you don"t have shadows, you are not standing in the light. Idea you have to de
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UTSGENV222H1Simon AppolloniWinter

ENV222H1 Lecture Notes - Aquifer, Eutrophication, Ozone Depletion

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28 Jan 2013
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Role of plankton every 3rd co2 molecule humans exhale, go into ocean. They create oxygen, half the total produced by all plants. Too much co2 coming in
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UTSGENV222H1Simon AppolloniWinter

Jan 22

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UTSGSMC219Y1Francesco GuardianiFall

SMC219Y1 Lecture Notes - Units Of Paper Quantity, Evelyn Lau, Julie Doucet

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14 Jan 2013
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The word book in english is derived from northern european languages, and has been noted to especially be rooted in the danish word, bog which means bi
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UTSGSMC219Y1Francesco GuardianiFall

SMC219Y1 Lecture Notes - Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, Wpp Plc, Press Release

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14 Jan 2013
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Creating an understanding for or goodwill towards a company a person or a product. 1955, is the attempt, by information, persuasion and adjustment, to
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UTSGSMC219Y1Francesco GuardianiFall

SMC219Y1 Lecture Notes - New York State Route 10, Xerox, Ernie Pyle

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14 Jan 2013
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UTSGSMC219Y1Francesco GuardianiFall

SMC219Y1 Lecture Notes - The Gutenberg Galaxy, Marshall Mcluhan, Communication Theory

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14 Jan 2013
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UTSGSMC219Y1Francesco GuardianiFall

SMC219Y1 Lecture Notes - National Information Infrastructure, Interconnectivity, Paul Saffo

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14 Jan 2013
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UTSGPHL201H1Dan DoldermanSummer

PHL201H1 Lecture Notes - Normal Distribution, Standard Deviation, Binomial Distribution

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26 Oct 2012
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Due to the variability of the outcome of each measurement, of the same phenomenon under the same conditions, we consider a measurement as a random vari
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UTSGPHL100Y1Dan DoldermanSummer

PHL100Y1 Lecture Notes - Bertrand Russell, Phonetics, Roman Jakobson

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26 Oct 2012
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Interdisciplinary mathematics is a bridge which connects the real and the intuitive to the formal and to the language. This process often results in co
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UTSGPHL210Y1Dan DoldermanSummer

PHL210Y1 Lecture Notes - Flowchart, Jigsaw Puzzle, Baruch Spinoza

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26 Oct 2012
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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

HIS103Y1 Lecture Notes - War Of The First Coalition, Charles Alexandre De Calonne

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14 Oct 2012
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France under louis xv was in a constant state of financial crisis. Crisis = worse by the huge debts contracted to finance the 7yw. Defeat = financially
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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

HIS103Y1 Lecture Notes - Continental System, War Of The Third Coalition

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14 Oct 2012
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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisWinter

HIS103Y1 Lecture Notes - Joseph Bonaparte, Europe 1

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14 Oct 2012
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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisWinter

Winter Term 1st Lecture.docx

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14 Oct 2012
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The congress of vienna and the congress system. After napoleon was defeated (battle of waterloo 1815), immense shock occured (psychological impact & ma
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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisWinter

Origins WW1.doc

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14 Oct 2012
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The neue kurs new course for foreign and domestic policy. Caprivi focus on germany"s connections with her allies and pro-gb. 1890 bois assured by r tha
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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisWinter

Bismarckian Order.doc

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14 Oct 2012
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Treaty of frankfurt alsace-lorraine taken by prussia. People have choice to be either french or german. 1871 end of franco-prussian war establishing fr
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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisWinter

HIS103Y1 Lecture Notes - Spinach

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14 Oct 2012
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1st phase of foreign policy territorial rewards nice n savoy. Single handedly dismembered to keep europe in peace broke holy and quad alliance. Napoleo
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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisWinter

HIS103Y1 Lecture Notes - Italian Unification, Holy Alliance, Crimean War

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14 Oct 2012
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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisWinter

HIS103Y1 Lecture Notes - Sublime Porte, Revolutions Of 1848 In The Austrian Empire, Crimean War

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14 Oct 2012
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Signed between russia and the ottoman empire in 1833. Turkey would pay russia annually promise of mutual assistance should either be attacked by a fore
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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisWinter

Metternich System.doc

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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisWinter

Metternich System.doc

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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

Napoleon4.docx

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21 Sep 2012
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For the first time admitted a military defeat but blamed it on the weather. General york"s task to defend the flanks of communication of the grand arme
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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

Napoleon3.docx

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21 Sep 2012
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Control the shoreline of europe to prevent british to trade. Full control 1807 petty state in portugal having access to the atlantic, who had control.
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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

Napoleon2.docx

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21 Sep 2012
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In 2 battles, ensured his own success, taming/humiliating russia to accept his political creation. Since 1648, 1 state is able to destroy the political
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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

HIS103Y1 Lecture Notes - Protestantism

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21 Sep 2012
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Napoleon left egypt and agreed to commit a coup d"etat. Transformed french political life, named himself first counsel, never to give power away. 1799
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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

First Coalition.docx

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21 Sep 2012
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No talks of peace until a monarchy is re-instated in france. Strategy pay subsidy to secondary states to engage france in as many ways to win. Recaptur
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UTSGCJS200H1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

CJS200H1 Lecture Notes - French Revolutionary Army, French Revolution, War Of The First Coalition

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21 Sep 2012
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How was it possible for the french revolutionary army to defeat prussia. Every citizen was obliged and asked to fight for his own state, not the king.
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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

French Rev1.docx

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21 Sep 2012
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Undermined french stability = paralyzed spectator of international events unlike before. Unable to respond to eastern europe 1st partition of poland. I
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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

HIS103Y1 Lecture Notes - Great Power, Desertion, Wiping

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21 Sep 2012
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May 1st 1756 - 1st treaty of versailles defensive alliance. 1 no more conflicts in italy from spain. Letters from saxony and russia made fred ask maria
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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

HIS103Y1 Lecture Notes - Cape Breton Island, Diplomatic Revolution, Madame De Pompadour

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21 Sep 2012
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Prussia pulls out of war - needed money to raise army vs. austria. 2 years after leaving from war - returned to launch offensive vs. austria. France -
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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

HIS103Y1 Lecture Notes - Triple Alliance (1717), Tsarina, Ivan Vi Of Russia

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21 Sep 2012
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Alliances - 1716 dutch and britain - border/fortresses along low countries. Complete the work of peace of utrecht and of triple alliance (1717) Austria
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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

HIS103Y1 Lecture Notes - Pragmatic Sanction

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21 Sep 2012
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1st treaty where balance of power was imposed in treaty itself. Balance of power = fair and just settlement for territory, political and ideology. Writ
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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

8 War of Spanish Succession.docx

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21 Sep 2012
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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

HIS103Y1 Lecture Notes - Philip Iii Of Spain, Spanish Empire

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21 Sep 2012
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Miscalculations by louis for short campaign to capture the last gate open to austria. Ga born to take back all the french gains. Austrians did not devo
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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

HIS103Y1 Lecture Notes - Nijmegen, United States Of Europe, Great Power

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21 Sep 2012
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Louis arrogant - national security to prosper and grow. Not all of his actions resulted from glory. 3 separate treaties 1678-79 = peace of nymegen p. 3
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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

5 Arbiter of Europe.docx

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21 Sep 2012
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Gain new territories at the expense of the spanish and netherlands. But dutch escaped, disappointed that spain was not main enemy. New opponent to the
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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

HIS103Y1 Lecture Notes - Dutch East India Company, Nijmegen

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21 Sep 2012
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Louis saw that the northern border = most vulnerable. He had to settle and think about how to avenge this loss. Dutch republic = economic power house o
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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

HIS103Y1 Lecture Notes - Cardinal Mazarin, Proverb

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21 Sep 2012
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Soldiers came up with proverb of their own. Princess and rulers of petty states gained full independence. Establish permanent embassies, borders, secur
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