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UTSGHIS317H1HushionWinter

HIS317H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Bourgeoisie, Organisation For Economic Co-Operation And Development

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HIS317H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Mechanical Engineering, Axel Springer Se, American Imperialism

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HIS317H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Intelligentsia

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HIS317H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Total War, Erich Von Falkenhayn, Nuremberg

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UTSGHIS317H1HushionWinter

HIS317H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Mikhail Gorbachev, Glasnost, Ostpolitik

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UTSGHIS317H1HushionWinter

Lecture 3 - January 22.docx

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Treaty of versailles = not as bad in hindsight: germany face smaller and weaker powers rather than large ones, growing extension of nationalist princip
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UTSGHIS317H1HushionWinter

HIS317H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Functionalism Versus Intentionalism, Anschluss

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4 Jul 2014
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UTSGHIS317H1HushionWinter

HIS317H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Lastminute.Com

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4 Jul 2014
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Some nazi elite already jumped ship: himmler had toyed for a long time about making peace with allies tried to make some connections but this failed, g
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UTSGHIS317H1HushionWinter

HIS317H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Social Darwinism, Lebensraum, Modernism

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4 Jul 2014
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Nazi party initially began as fringe party, but in just a few years became formidable, absorbed other groups, and became largest party in reichstag: ri
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UTSGESS102H1C.BanksFall

ESS102H1 Lecture Notes - Expanding Earth, Science North, Seafloor Spreading

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8 Mar 2014
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Physics professors at uoft (1946-1974) founder of science north in sudbury first non-american president of agu (agu altered its constitution to allow t
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ESS102H1 Lecture Notes - Keith Runcorn, Geomagnetic Pole, Geomagnetic Reversal

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8 Mar 2014
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ESS102H1 Lecture Notes - Henri Becquerel, Radium Chloride, William Conrad

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8 Mar 2014
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In 1899, t. c. chamberlin (1843-1928), professor of geology at the university of. Aside: he suggested that planets formed by accretion: radioactivity,
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ESS102H1 Lecture Notes - Abraham Gottlob Werner, Neptunism, Plutonism

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8 Mar 2014
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An early controversy on the origin of rocks related to the question of earth"s origin. Viewed from a quarter millennium later, this controversy is ofte
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September 14.docx

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8 Mar 2014
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What is science: process (research) get feedback, body of knowledge (facts) results are communicated-- >pamphlets, textbooks etc. If accepted by commun
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ESS102H1 Lecture Notes - Jean Buridan, Georgius Agricola, Algebraic Geometry

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8 Mar 2014
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Renaissance (and post-renaissance) in europe: founding of universities: 1088 bologna; paris, pauda, oxford (~1096) and cambridge, heidelberg. 1385: int
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ESS102H1 Lecture Notes - Fitz Roy, Fault Scarp, Geophysical Global Cooling

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8 Mar 2014
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General des mines: published geological map of freance (1840, with dufrenoy) 1852: notice sur les systems des montagnes = on mountain systems (prevalen
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UTSGESS102H1C.BanksFall

September 30.docx

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UTSGSMC103Y1Ann DooleyWinter

Lecture 3 - January 21.docx

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13 Dec 2013
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Clonmacnois canons set up, lands given to cathedral church so all through 12th century there is still powerful kings donating things to clonmacnois, bu
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UTSGSMC103Y1Ann DooleyWinter

Lecture 6 - February 16.docx

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UTSGSMC103Y1Ann DooleyWinter

SMC103Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Vatican Secret Archives, Secondary Source

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13 Dec 2013
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UTSGSMC103Y1Ann DooleyWinter

SMC103Y1 Lecture Notes - Rheged, Hywel Dda

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13 Dec 2013
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Wales in earlier middle ages, developed series of kingdoms rules by hereditary (?) dynasties: unable to develop as a nation as they never untied under
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UTSGENG215H1Sarah CaskeyFall

ENG215H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Ethnography, Telling Stories, Miscarriage

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19 Oct 2013
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Thomas king: the truth about stories is that s all we are. ): you can t understand the world without telling a story. There isn t any centre to the wor
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UTSGENG215H1Sarah CaskeyFall

ENG215H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Shapeshifting, Close Reading, Intertextuality

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19 Oct 2013
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Thomas king has said that, as a writer, he might be driven to recreate the world. ". Name four ways in which he recreates or challenges the world" (or
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UTSGENG215H1Sarah CaskeyFall

ENG215H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Blackboard, Sinclair Ross

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19 Oct 2013
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Write a critical analysis of the following passage. Identify the place of the passage in the overall design of the story, and develop an argument about
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UTSGESS102H1C.BanksFall

November 9

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ESS102H1 Lecture Notes - Punnett Square, Phenotype

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November 16

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ESS102H1 Lecture Notes - Basalt, North Magnetic Pole

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14 Dec 2011
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UTSGHIS102Y1Piotr Wr�belFall

HIS102Y1 Lecture Notes - Wstw, List Of Compositions By Johann Sebastian Bach

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6 Nov 2011
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UTSGHIS102Y1Piotr Wr�belFall

October 4

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UTSGHIS102Y1Piotr Wr�belFall

September 29

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UTSGHIS102Y1Piotr Wr�belFall

September 15

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UTSGHIS102Y1Piotr Wr�belFall

HIS102Y1 Lecture Notes - List Of Compositions By Johann Sebastian Bach, Wstw

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UTSGCLA230H1Dimitri NakassisFall

Lecture 2

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11 Oct 2011
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UTSGCLA230H1Dimitri NakassisFall

Lecture 7

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UTSGCLA230H1Dimitri NakassisFall

Lecture 3

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Papyri paper that is made from that plant. Plant that grows in egypt on the banks of the nile, and the. Dry climate in egypt = good preservation. Lette
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UTSGCLA230H1Dimitri NakassisFall

Lecture 5

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11 Oct 2011
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UTSGCLA230H1Dimitri NakassisFall

Lecture 6

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UTSGCLA160H1Jacqueline BrunningWinter

Lecture 8 - Herodotus

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25 Apr 2011
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UTSGCLA160H1Jacqueline BrunningWinter

Lecture 3 - Egypt

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25 Apr 2011
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Levant (geographic area of the coast of the eastern mediterranean between egypt and asia. Language, script: alphabet is not language (and ethnicity is
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