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  • Cambridge

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    like Oxford, Cambridge and London universities. The city of Cambridge is in the county of Cambridgeshire and is famous because it is the home of Cambridge University, one of the oldest and most prestigious universities of the world.      The Cambridge City occupies an area of 16 square miles. It is 50 miles north of London and stands on the East Bank of the River Cam, and was originally a place where the river was crossed. Other than being the home of Cambridge University,

  • Cambridge University

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    other than 'Cambridge' or 'Oxford’ " - Richard Ayoade. This Quote by Richard Ayoade reflects how great and prestigious Oxford and Cambridge were made out to be. Everybody wanted to go there and everybody knew about them. Over the centuries, both the universities have achieved greater and greater things than before. Today, facts throughout all the centuries, decades, and years of Cambridge will be discussed in terms of expansion, academics, new discoveries, and new achievements at Cambridge University

  • The City of Cambridge

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    The City of Cambridge The city of Cambridge is in the southeast of England, 50 miles north of London. It is well served by road and rail links, and is within an easy distance of the major London airports. Shopping in Cambridge: the city enjoys a strong mixture of comparison and convenience goods retailers. A large number of chain companies are present as well as many regional and local retailers. These retailers offer high quality products and are supported by the

  • Trinity Cambridge

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    Christ Church Oxford. Men and Women – Undergraduates 695 Postgraduates 397. Trinity College owes its existence to the silver tongue of King Henry VIII’s sixth wife Catherine Parr, who persuaded her husband not to be too brutal with objectionable Cambridge colleges, but to turn them into something more favourable and supportive. Henry had the power to seize lands and assets from all religious institutions who opposed his political break with Catholic Rome and, in 1546, Oxbridge Colleges were hardcore

  • The Cambridges: Team of the Future

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    They go by many names: Will Wales and Kate Middleton, Prince William and Catherine, Their Royal Highnesses, the Earl and Countess of Strathearn, and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. British Prime Minister David Cameron marked 2011, the year over two billion people around the globe watched their wedding, as the arrival of “’the team of the future’ for an institution ‘that’s helped bind the country together’ and ‘has produced incredible people’” (Smith). The birth of their first child, Prince George

  • St Johns cambridge

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    John the Evangelist. Founded 1511 by Lady Margaret Beaufort. Sister Colleges – Balliol College Oxford and Trinity College Dublin. Men and Women – Undergraduates 569 Postgraduates 337. St John’s is the third largest college in the University of Cambridge. It sits on a huge site, straddling the River Cam a little to the north of the city centre, which is within walking distance. Its closest neighbours are Trinity and Magdalene. The famous Bridge of Sighs links the east river bank to the west and the

  • Cambridge Admissions Essay

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    Cambridge Admissions Essay As a child growing up in Communist China, I woke up every morning to the blasting of People's Central Broadcasting Station from a large radio on the dresser and fell asleep every evening in the surreptitious murmuring of Voices from America from a small radio by Grandpa's pillow. By fourth grade, I figured out that the two stations often reported the same events from opposite standpoints, using different words and tones, and thus projected contradictory interpretations

  • Cambridge Capital Controversy

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    treatment of capital turned apparent in the discipline. This gave rise to a series of exchanges between scholars associated with Cambridge, England, and Cambridge, Massachusetts, (US). This debate is broadly known in the literature as the ‘Cambridge capital theory controversies’. The relevance of this controversy lies in that the criticisms of neoclassical theory raised by Cambridge (UK) concern both the theoretical illegitimacy of measuring ‘capital’ as a single magnitude in value terms to determine prices

  • The Similarity of Cambridge to Central Ilford

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    The Similarity of Cambridge to Central Ilford The aim of this chapter is to outline and discuss the similarities between two urban areas, Central Ilford and Cambridge, so that a greater understanding of City Centres can be achieved. It will test the hypothesis, not all town and city centres are the same. Results from geographical skills will be used to complete the task.. An environmental survey, questionnaire, land use survey will be carried out for Ilford to compare

  • Graduation Speech : The Cambridge Program

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    The Cambridge Program “Kick AICE” was the famous and popular saying among the students in the Cambridge program at Juanita High School. This phrase was used to encourage the students to ace their exams which worked up to Cambridge’s Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE) Diploma. The Cambridge program is an international high school curriculum qualified by the University of Cambridge in England. The program at Juanita is still new having started in 2010, which is just two years before

  • St Catherines College Cambridge

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    stability. The proposal met with substantial opposition that resulted in the plans being dropped. In 2006 the first woman was appointed as master of the college. St Catharine’s has been awarded ‘Fair Trade’ status. Although not the richest college in Cambridge, ‘Catz’ is now sufficiently endowed to offer funds to assist needy students. Former students included broadcaster and tough political interviewer Jeremy Paxman and actress Emma Thompson. Jenny Fray was the first female captain with British Airways

  • The Differences Between The And Oxford And Cambridge

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    the worlds’ privileged aristocratic youth strutting their arrogant stuff with expectations of wealth and power. You think it is rare that a state educated pupil makes an impact in these hallowed halls and cloisters? Think again! Both Oxford and Cambridge are vibrant, diverse and complicated places that defy a ‘pigeon hole’ description. Yes, there are still pockets that try and preserve that aristocratic perception. Socialy exclusive drinking clubs still exist, full of well-dressed man, who hold immature

  • Developments in the Cambridge Distributed Computing System

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    through computers which are giving better results as compared with ordinary methods through telephones and the like devices. Bandwidth and speed of communications by using a computer system is improved which is increasing its demand with time. The Cambridge Distributed Computing System has played an important role in improving the quality of communications and opened a new way in which computing systems could be used for getting better results. Research in this area started in around the year of 1975

  • Hypocrisy in E.E. Cummings’ the Cambridge Ladies

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    Hypocrisy of Communal Identity in cummings' the Cambridge ladies   E.E. Cummings’ [the Cambridge ladies who live in furnished souls] is an enigmatic, ironic and sarcastic poem which reveals the unreal, fraudulent lives that the Cambridge ladies live. The poetic speaker’s tone is filled with sarcasm and irony to show the contradiction between the Cambridge ladies’ actions and beliefs. This discriminating voice is used when speaking of the Cambridge ladies’ Christianity, their communal identity

  • The Position Of Associate Provost At Cambridge College

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    The position of Associate Provost at Cambridge College is an outstanding opportunity. This position would allow me to share my higher education experiences successfully leading and working collaboratively with the community, institutional leadership, faculty and staff. The position of Associate Provost would also allow me to contribute in a significant way to advance the institution’s mission. I believe that my professional experiences and academic background would make me a promising candidate

  • Investigating the Retail Trends in Cambridge City Center

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    Investigating the Retail Trends in Cambridge City Center * A high rent shopping area (Petty Curie, Sydney Street) * An office or business area, with banks, building societies, solicitors * A market area, the historic core * An area of specialized shops (Waterstones books, Grays sport shop, Heffers book store (trinity street)) in frame of cbd where rents are lower * An educational area (Trumpington Rd, Kings Parade, Trinity street)

  • the Cambridge ladies who lived in furnished souls

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    In this essay I will discuss the imagery, diction, and tone of "the Cambridge ladies who lived in furnished souls", but first I will start by explaining my view of this poem. While discussing the imagery of this poem I will display my interpretation of the suggesting pictures of sight, and I will present what I interpreted and how I interpreted the imagery. Then I will discuss the writers choice of words, sentence structure, and how I interpreted the meanings of these dictions. Lastly I will dispute

  • Analysis Of The Poem ' Pathedy Of Manners ' By Ellen Kay And The Cambridge Ladies Who Live

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    A poem written about a similar subject can be depicted in opposite lights by two different poets. The methods a poet uses to convey meaning and theme is another way poetry is unique. In the poems, Pathedy of Manners written by Ellen Kay and the Cambridge ladies who live in furnished souls written by E.E. Cummings utilize literary devices and point of view to aid in conveying the subject of each poem. Both poems talk about women that surround themselves in illusion and fantasy. Pathedy of Manners

  • From Movements to Parties in Latin America. The Evolution of Ethnic Politics. Donna Lee Van Cott. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2005. Pp. 276

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    The author analyzes how indigenous people’s movements in Latin America transformed into viable political parties. For her, these new parties are good for the democracy because they enrich and enhance the legitimacy of the political and electoral system. She assumes that the primary link between state and society are the parties and its accountability impact on the institutions. She proves that the crisis of the traditional parties and the transformation of the historical electoral constrains were

  • The Rise of the Netherlands and the Decline of Spain

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    in terms of both a cause and also symptomatic of Spain's decrease in significance over the same period. The Spanish 'decline' largely concerns the period between 1600 and 1650, when Phillip III went from "monarch of the world"[i] (New Cambridge Modern History Volume 4 (1970), pp. 269) into a position where his country had descended into "poverty and torpor"[ii] (NCMH, pp. 280). Meanwhile, the Netherlands (in this essay, the term 'Netherlands' refers to the seven United Provinces

  • Hegel Legitimised the French Revolution but not the Revolutionaries Themselves

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    Beiser, F.C., The Cambridge companion to Hegel, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1993, p. 256 Shklar, J.N., Freedom and Independence, London, Cambridge University Press, 1976, p.69 Taylor, C., Hegel, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1984, p.373 Pelzynkski Z. A., Hegel’s Political Philosophy, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1971, p.54 Ritter, J., Hegel and the French Revolution: essays on the Philosophy of right, London, Cambridge, 1982 Spencer

  • Girton

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    full college status 1948. Sister College – Somerville College Oxford. Men and Women – Undergraduates 483 Postgraduates 208. Girton lies furthest north of any Cambridge college, about a 15-minute bike ride away from the city centre. The far-flung location provides an idyllic haven far away from the hustle and bustle of central Cambridge. It has impressive facilities, including on site playing fields and indoor swimming pool. Little wonder the sporting teams do well with no travelling time invading

  • A Rawlsian Approach

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    A Theory of Justice. Revised. 34. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2003. 186. Print. Rawls, John. A Theory of Justice. Revised. 34. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2003. 187. Print. Rawls, John. A Theory of Justice. Revised. 34. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2003. 187. Print. Rawls, John. A Theory of Justice. Revised. 34. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2003. 186. Print. Rawls, John. A Theory of Justice. Revised. 11. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2003. 54

  • Cambrige Style Watch Brand

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    12 V. PROGECT COST 13   Executive summary Cambridge style is the large single luxury watch brand in earth; this company produces about 6,000 watches per year in china. This study is a collaborative project for marketing course, 2 students who are trying to make marketing for this brand in Lebanon by using some marketing concepts (4ps strategy, SWOT analysis and target marketing, etc…) implementation. This study introduces Cambridge full profile and its product as well as its background

  • Anciten Chinese Civiilizaiton: THe Rise of the Han Dynasty

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    universe, nature and h REFERENCES (some in apa below) Ebrey, Patricia Buckley. (1999). The Cambridge Illustrated History of China. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0-521-66991-X. Loewe, Michael. (1986). "The Former Han Dynasty," in The Cambridge History of China: Volume I: the Ch'in and Han Empires, 221 B.C. – A.D. 220, 103–222. Edited by Denis Twitchett and Michael Loewe. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0-521-24327-0. Zhou, Jinghao (2003). Remaking China's Public Philosophy

  • American Poet Robert M. Hensel

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    Games. *Nominated as International Professional Of The Year For 2007. "By The International Biographical Centre in Cambridge, England. *Included in The Dictionary of International Biography. "Published through the International Biographical Centre in Cambridge, England". *Nominated for the 21st Century Award for Achievement. Through International Biographical Centre in Cambridge, England. *Included in The International Dictionary Of Experts and Expertise. Published by The American Biographical

  • FDI Flows in the Pearl River Delta and Hong Kong

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    Chang, G., Sachs, J., & Woo, W. (2002). Geographic factors and China’s regional development under market reforms, 1978–1998. China Economic Review , 13, 89-111. Bosworth, B., & Collins, S. (2007). Accounting for Growth: Comparing China and India. Cambridge: National Bureau of Economic Research. Chan, R., & Lin, G. (2008). From a Colonial Outpost to a Special Administrative Region: Hong Kong's first Decade of Reunion with China. The China Review , 1-6. Chen, C., Chang, L., & Zhang, Y. (1995). The

  • Sir Isaac Newton

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    for admittance into Trinity College, Cambridge. “Admitted to the University of Cambridge on 1661, Newton at first failed to shine as a student.” (Ravilious) Through out Newton’s first three years at Cambridge, in order to pay his way through schooling, he waited tables and cleaned the rooms of faculty members, and also those of students that were wealthier and more well in doubt then he was. “In 1664 Isaac Barrow, Lucasian Professor of Mathematics at Cambridge, examined Newton's understanding of Euclid

  • Teaching Foreign Languages to Young Learners

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    study, its implications and limitations. Works Cited Airasian, P. W. (2005) Classroom assessment: Concepts and applications. Boston: McGraw-Hill. Alderson, J. C., C. Clapham & D. Wall (1995) Language Test Construction and Evaluation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Arakynthiou, D. (2003) Assessment in English language learning at Greek primary schools. M.Ed dissertation. Patras: Hellenic Open University. Arter, J. A. & V. Spandel (1992) ‘Using portfolios of student work in instruction

  • Senior Project: Conclusion

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    My experience working as an intern at The Cambridge Professional Center, LLC was an extremely unique and rewarding one. The small business, located in Morristown, New Jersey, is a counseling center for children, adolescents, and families. My internship here allowed me to attain experience in both of my career interests: psychology and writing. At this time, having spent seventy-eight hours working here over the course of three weeks, I am able to reflect and analyze the situation as a whole. This

  • Listening Skills Assessment

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    Construction and Evaluation. Cambridge: Cambridge University press. Bachman, L.F. & Palmer. A.S. (1996). Language Testing in Practice: Developing and Designing Useful Language Tests. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Brown, H.D. (2004). Language Assessment: Principles and Classroom Practices. New York: Pearson Education. Brown, J.D. (1996). Testing in Language Programs. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall Regents. Buck, G. (2001). Assessing Listening. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Flowerdew

  • My Vies of St. John's College in England

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    as a cloister. 14a. What is the name of this bridge? The name of this bridge is the Bridge of Sighs. 14b. This bridge is named after another , even more famous bridge. In what city is it located? The bridge of sighs where the bridge of Cambridge is named of, Is located in Venice. 15a. why do you think it’s called the mathematical Bridge? Although it seems to be an arch, it is composed entirely of straight timbers built to an unusually complicated design. The construction is very mathematical

  • Understanding Percy Shelley Through Timothy Morton's wWithin You Without You

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    viewed society as being fractured from nature and throughout his poetry one can find examples of this as well as of the benefits from society becoming synchronized with the world. Timothy Morton’s “Within You Without You”; a section within The Cambridge Companion to Shelley, attempts to summarize Shelley’s argument in his poetry that mankind and Mother Nature are in a state of disagreement and need to reconcile to be harmonious. Although Morton accurately analyses the majority of Shelly’s works

  • The Hi-Tech Industry

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    The Hi-Tech Industry Over the last twenty years the hi-tech industry has gained a foothold in Cambridge, as it has all around Britain. Cambridge University decided to set up a Science Park in the north of the city. A Science Park has a distinct difference from a business or industrial park, in that it is more research orientated, rather than production and commercially based. ===================================================================== Some examples

  • Mill and Kant's Efforts to Solve an Ethical Dilemma

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    of Virtue: The Value of Autocracy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010. Print. Denis, Lara. ‘Autonomy and the Highest Good.’ Kantian Review 10.1 (2005): 33-59. Formosa, Paul. ‘Is Kant a Moral Constructivist or a Moral Realist?’ European Journal of Philosophy, 21.2 (2013): 170-196. Gao, Guoxi. ‘Kant's Virtue Theory.’ Frontiers of Philosophy in China, 5.2 (2010): 266-279. Print. Guyer, Paul. Cambridge Companion to Kant and Modern Philosophy. Cambridge University Press, 2006. Print. Moore

  • Torn Veil of The Temple and Jesus´ Death

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    Veil: Matthew’s Exposition of the the Death of Jesus. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007)174-1754 Chronis, Harry L. “The Torn Veil: Cultus and Christology in Mark 15:37-39.” Journal of Biblical Literature 101 no 1 Mr 1982, 114.5 Craig A. Evans. Matthew: New Cambridge Bible Commentary. (Cambridge University Press: New York, 2012), 465.6 Daniel M. Gurtner. The Torn Veil: Matthew’s Exposition of the the Death of Jesus. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007), 178.7 7 Ulrich Luz. Matthew

  • Biography of Sir Isaac Newton

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    Lincolnshire, he attended school. There he entered Cambridge University in 1661. He was elected a Fellow of Trinity College in 1667, and Lucasian Professor of Mathematics in 1669. He remained at the university, lecturing in most years, until 1696. Of these Cambridge years, Newton was at the height of his creative power as "the prime of my age for invention". He singled out for four years, which was spent largely in Lincolnshire because of plague in Cambridge. During two to three years of intense mental

  • Higher Education and Women in the United Kingdom

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    be almost twice as many female students than male students. (Ratcliffe,2013). This essay aims to give a timeline of the key events that led to the equality of women in higher education as well as when degrees were awarded to women on Oxford and Cambridge. History and statistics According to the research shown by Brown (2011C), the population of women was rising gradually from 1036 per 1000 males in 1821 to 1054 per 1000 males in 1871. This meant that there would be unmarried women who would

  • Gender and Performance in the Earl of Rochester’s Imperfect Enjoyment

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    London: Taylor and Francis, 2005. Print. Hughes, Derek. “Aphra Behn and the Restoration Theatre.” The Cambridge Companion to Aphra Behn. Ed. Derek Hughes and Janet Todd. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004. 29- 45. Print. Munns, Jessica. “Pastoral and Lyric: Astrea in Arcadia”. The Cambridge Companion to Aphra Behn. Ed. Derek Hughes and Janet Todd. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004. 204-20. Print. O’Neill, John H. “Rochester’s Imperfect Enjoyment’: ‘The True

  • Gender and Performance in the Earl of Rochester’s

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    London: Taylor and Francis, 2005. Print. Hughes, Derek. “Aphra Behn and the Restoration Theatre.” The Cambridge Companion to Aphra Behn. Ed. Derek Hughes and Janet Todd. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004. 29- 45. Print. Munns, Jessica. “Pastoral and Lyric: Astrea in Arcadia”. The Cambridge Companion to Aphra Behn. Ed. Derek Hughes and Janet Todd. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004. 204-20. Print. O’Neill, John H. “Rochester’s Imperfect Enjoyment’: ‘The True

  • Steps for Designing, Implementing, and Assessing an ESP Course

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    Languages. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Crystal, D., (1995). The Cambridge Encyclopedia of the English Language. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Dudley-Evans, T. & St. John, M., (1998). Development in English for Specific Purposes: A Multi-disciplinary Approach. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Gronlund, N., (1981). Measurement and Evaluation in Education. New York: Harper & Row. Hutchinson, T. & Waters, A., (1987). English for Specific Purposes. Cambridge: Cambridge University

  • Local and National Provision of Tennis

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    Tennis Introduction This assignment provides insight into the provision of Tennis at a local and national level. Cambridge has over 50 tennis courts spread out between 5 clubs/sports centres. There has been a huge increase in the number of tennis courts available to the public over the past couple of years due to the new structure of the Cambridge Tennis Association and how focus has shifted from county to club tennis. Provision Pathways for Elite Performers

  • Persuasion : A Positive And Negative Outcomes

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    introduction of the Cambridge Curriculum for a long time. The move was met with resistance by the Staff who felt that it would culminate in an enormous workload for them as other schools in the region were on a single curriculum that all national schools are obliged to teach. When I joined the school, I set about in persuading teachers to accept the curriculum. I had already asserted myself as an authority in the curriculum through online courses that I had done with Cambridge and the fact that I

  • Designing an ESP Course for Metallurgists

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    learner-centered approach. Cambridge University Press, 1987. 2. Kristen Gatehouse. The Internet TESL Journal, Vol.7, No. 10, October 2001. Key issues in English for Specific Purposes (ESP) Curriculum Development. 3. L. Anthony. English for Specific Purposes: What does it mean? Why is it different? Department of Information and Computer Engineering, Faculty of Engineering Okayama University of Science, 2005. 4. Jack K. Richards. Curriculum development in language teaching. Cambridge Language Education

  • Henry Briggs

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    Henry Briggs      Henry Briggs was born in Yorkshire, England and attended St. John's College in Cambridge. He graduated in 1581 and 1585 and became a lecturer of mathematics in 1592. In 1596 Briggs became the first professor of geometry at Gresham College in London. By 1615 he was completely engaged in the study, calculation, and teaching of logarithms. He met with Napier and proposed improvements to the logarithmic system developed by Napier. Briggs helped publish some

  • Society’s Great Impact

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    and Gender. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2007. 54. Print. Warnke, Georgia. After Identity: Rethinking Race, Sex, and Gender. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2007. 63. Print. Warnke, Georgia. After Identity: Rethinking Race, Sex, and Gender. Cambridge [u.a.: Cambridge Univ., 2007. 63-64. Print. Warnke, Georgia. After Identity: Rethinking Race, Sex, and Gender. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge UP, 2007. 155. Print. Warnke, Georgia. After Identity: Rethinking Race, Sex, and Gender. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge UP, 2007.

  • corpus

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    ‘gown’ – in other words established by town’s people and not the ruling class or clergy. The Guild of Corpus Christi and the Guild of the Blessed Virgin Mary pooled resources and were granted a licence by Edward III to build what was the eighth Cambridge college, in 1352. City mayor reminds college of its roots The original court was modest and supported a master and two fellows. They would have studied theology and canon law, along with their responsibilities as chaplains to the guild. The town’s

  • Gonville and Cauis

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    it is doubtful a humble rector could have established a Cambridge college. There has been speculation that he was also a successful businessman with powerful connections, especially with William Bateman, the bishop of Norwich. The good bishop was executor to Edmund’s will and discovered the estate was not really big enough to support the institution, so he took control himself. Bishop Bateman had recently established Trinity Hall in Cambridge and he moved Gonville, (from Free School Lane) on to neighbouring

  • Designing an ESP Course for Metallurgists

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    learner-centered approach. Cambridge University Press, 1987. 2. Kristen Gatehouse. The Internet TESL Journal, Vol.7, No. 10, October 2001. Key issues in English for Specific Purposes (ESP) Curriculum Development. 3. L. Anthony. English for Specific Purposes: What does it mean? Why is it different? Department of Information and Computer Engineering, Faculty of Engineering Okayama University of Science, 2005. 4. Jack K. Richards. Curriculum development in language teaching. Cambridge Language Education

  • Twentieth Century European Drama

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    Brit/Lit/Crit. in The Cambridge Companion To Tom Stoppard – Edited By Katherine E. Kelly. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press Brecht, B. (1981) The Resistible Rise Of Arturo Ui – Translated By Ralph Manheim – Edited By John Willet And Ralph Manheim. London: Eyre Methuen Ltd Coleman, R. (1995) Lennon: The Definitive Biography. London: Macmillan Publishers Ltd Cohn, R. (1992) Theatre Of The Absurd in The Cambridge Guide To Theatre – Edited By Martin Banham. Cambridge: Press Syndicate