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WESTERNKinesiology 2241A/BBob VigarsWinter

Kinesiology 2241A/B Chapter Notes -Buoyancy

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When a force is applied to an object, it moves the object"s c of g in a linear path. When the object is restricted to movement about an axis, the force
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WESTERNKinesiology 2241A/BBob VigarsWinter

Kinesiology 2241A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Anthropometry

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Chapter 1 the study and analysis of human movement. Biomechanics area of study in which knowledge and methods of mechanics is applied to the structure
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WESTERNPsychology 1000Dr.QuilanWinter

Psychology 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Extraversion And Introversion, Situation Two, Mania

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17 Apr 2013
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Personality traits characterize individuals in customary ways. Personality the distinctive and relatively enduring ways of thinking, felling, and actin
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WESTERNClassical Studies 2300David LamariWinter

Classical Studies 2300 Chapter Notes -Ludi, Ancient Greek Comedy, Ennius

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WESTERNClassical Studies 2300David LamariWinter

Classical Studies 2300 Lecture Notes - Secutor, Harpastum, Stanley Kubrick

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Sign of the cross, 1932 cecil b. demille. Epic film maker: he wanted to make it right. He had multiple fights going on at once never would have happene
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WESTERNClassical Studies 2300David LamariWinter

Classical Studies 2300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Converting Vegetarians, Contact Sport, Pankration

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17 Apr 2013
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There was wrestling, boxing, and tumbling on and off a horse. These contests existed before roman had contact with greece. Came from the north of rome
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WESTERNClassical Studies 2300David LamariWinter

Classical Studies 2300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Consualia, Upper Class, Consus

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Hard to convey what they were like. His use of the olympics (by entering the olympics) incorporated his annual readings. His careful attention to the a
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WESTERNClassical Studies 2300David LamariFall

Ancient Greek Athletics - Chp. 1.docx

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17 Apr 2013
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The ancient greeks defined and developed various components of culture that we still understand is fundamental to our own. 18th century greeks began to
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WESTERNClassical Studies 2300David LamariFall

Classical Studies 2300 Chapter Notes -Aryballos, Strigil

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Athletics was not just about competition, it was concerned with winning a prize. Sport for sport"s sake was not an ancient concept. Competition was alw
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WESTERNClassical Studies 2300David LamariFall

Ancient Greek Athletics - 1.docx

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The ancient greeks defined and developed various components of culture that we still understand is fundamental to our own. 18th century greeks began to
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WESTERNClassical Studies 2300David LamariFall

Ancient Greek Athletics - 3.docx

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WESTERNClassical Studies 2300David LamariWinter

Classical Studies 2300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Roman Senate, Chariot Racing, Naumachia

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10 Apr 2013
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Started being the norm for gladiatorial combat. 2 gladiators would enter the arena in the same equipment. Equites: colorful tunic, manica, no greaves,
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WESTERNClassical Studies 2300David LamariWinter

Classical Studies 2300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Ludi, Jab, Lusus

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First paradox: romans simultaneously accept the brutality of these spectacles and show real concern, interest and affection for the gladiators being pu
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WESTERNClassical Studies 2300David LamariWinter

Lecture 16 - Roman Chariot Racing.docx

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When an aristocrat hires an acting crew, they get money you get royalties every time it was performed this is how it was in the elizabethan era, not ho
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WESTERNClassical Studies 2300David LamariWinter

Classical Studies 2300 Chapter Notes -Ludi, Wield, Tonne

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