Extractions: News, Haberler IV. Ulusal Klinik Biyokimya Kongresi 05-09 Eylül 2004 Marmaris Düzce 1. Çocuk Cerrahisi Günleri Karaciðer, Dalak, Pankreas yaralanmalarýna yaklaþým Prof. Dr. O.Faruk Þenyüz Çocuk Cerrahisinde Cerrahi Patolojiler Doç. Dr. Haluk Emir 28.5. 2004 Düzce Týp Fakültesi/ Düzce This torture started at the very top A profound racism infects the US and British establishments. The Guardian May 5, 2004 Ýzmir'de Nöropatoloji kursu... 19-20 Haziran 2004 Diger Psychology
Extractions: News, Haberler IV. Ulusal Klinik Biyokimya Kongresi 05-09 Eylül 2004 Marmaris Düzce 1. Çocuk Cerrahisi Günleri Karaciðer, Dalak, Pankreas yaralanmalarýna yaklaþým Prof. Dr. O.Faruk Þenyüz Çocuk Cerrahisinde Cerrahi Patolojiler Doç. Dr. Haluk Emir 28.5. 2004 Düzce Týp Fakültesi/ Düzce This torture started at the very top A profound racism infects the US and British establishments. The Guardian May 5, 2004 Ýzmir'de Nöropatoloji kursu... 19-20 Haziran 2004 Diger INSTITUES AND ORGANISATIONS IN MEDICINE
Extractions: l From the Affiliated Societies column of the March 2004 Perspectives In conjunction with the 118th annual meeting of the AHA held recently in Washington, D.C., the committee organized a panel, "The Presidency in Film." The panel was chaired by Peter Rollins, the current editor of Hollywoods White House: The American Presidency as Film and History (Univ. Press ofKentucky) and The West Wing: The American Presidency As Television Drama (Syracuse Univ. Press). Gabriel Over the White House The audience was attentive to all three presentations and C-SPAN 2 broadcast the event live to the entire nation as part of its Booknotes series (also available as Tape 179862 from the C-SPAN Archive at Purdue University). Over the last six years, the sessions at the AHA annual meetings have been televised by C-SPAN, a public service of the Cable Association of America. Previous events featured, among others, filmmakers Ken Burns and Oliver Stone and scholars Arthur Schlesinger Jr., Garry Wills, and Robert B. Toplin. These televised sessions have helped spread the word to the general audience about what historians are doing to study motion pictures both as contemporary instruments of persuasion and as artifacts for study by later generations. The next two issues of will focus on "Latin America in Film" featuring guest editors M.K. Schoenecke (
Miami University 5) two units of foreign language, both in the same language and 6) one unit of finearts, which includes art, drama, dance, or Professional societies assoc. http://www.asee.org/sams/WebProfiles9596/ug1913_96.htm
Extractions: GENERAL ADMISSION INFORMATION Entrance Requirements: To be admitted to Miami, you ordinarily must have earned a high school diploma from a state-chartered high school or have a General Equivalency Diploma (GED). Alternatively educated students can be considered for admission by presenting credentials which demonstrate equivalent levels of academic achievement, ability, and performance. All candidates are also expected to have completed: 1) four units of college preparatory English 2) three units of college preparatory mathematics, at least to the Algebra II level 3) three units of college preparatory natural science, inluding physical and biological science 4) three units of college preparatory social studies, including one unit of history 5) two units of foreign language, both in the same language and 6) one unit of fine arts, which includes art, drama, dance, or music, either appreciation or performance.
Untitled Achievement Prizes or Awards 1 243. Acting drama organizations 1 885 organizations 126 453. Educ org for on The Job Training 16 873 Irish/Gaelic assoc 246. Islamic societies 571 http://www.hippodirect.com/datacards/Able_Clubs_and_Associations_Masterfile.doc
Societykey CD" "69VETS" "Sixty-Ninth Veterans' assoc. of San Cadets, org. 1/12/1886)" "ND" "COIS" "Convention of Irish societies" "UMB SPDRAM" "St. Patrick's drama Club" "C" "SPET" "St http://www.wrindex.com/societykey.htm
Ezine Women's Aid org., Malaysia. Jason Wright, installation artist, Canada. assoc cultural and scientific societies and institutions, universities, and Nottingham, and a live drama. It all http://www.fineartforum.org/Backissues/Vol_16/faf_v16_n06/home.html
Extractions: Editorial: linda carroli ( email@example.com Our congratulations are extended to fineArt forum's Executive Editor Paul Brown. Together with Dr Charlie Gere and George Mallen, Paul has been successful in attracting funding from the UK's Arts and Humanities Research Board to research, document, contextualise and archive the history of the computer arts in the UK. The project will examine the period 1950 - 1980. The research team will be based at the School of History of Art, Film and Visual Media at Birkbeck, University of London and the project has received $US500,000 for three years. This project was developed during Paul's recent two year Australia Council New Media Arts Board Creative Fellowship. I hope this important project sets in train other, ambitious undertakings which engage, document and explore the history of computer, electronic and new media arts across geographies. More information about this project is featured below and, of course, in future issues of fAf. The special discounted subscription offer for Leonardo is still available to interested fAf subscribers. You can receive five issues of Leonardo and one issue of LMJ from $US57.60 - please see additional info directly following the editorial. This offer is open to all fAf subscribers worldwide.
Extractions: Karl M. Bunday A few of the newgroups listed have short descriptions that evidently were added by persons other than the proponents. Suggestions for additions to this FAQ are most welcome. Many thanks to those who saw earlier versions of this FAQ and added to or corrected the information posted earlier. And special thanks to the persons who wrote suggesting that I post a copy of this FAQ on the World Wide WebI have now done so here, http://learninfreedom.org/ed-newsgroups.html at my Web site, which has links to other information about on-line resources for self-education. Some of the newsgroups listed here are very inactive (possibly because they are not carried at many sites). Some are very active, with verifiable frequent postings from multiple countries. But in general the proportion of all Internet users who discuss issues on Usenet has been declining since 1997 as Web-based discussion boards and E-mail mailing lists have become more popular. For a more up-to-date picture of where people discuss education issues on-line, see this site's Discussion Groups about Education Reform and Home-Schooling page.
FEATS Newsletter - March 2000 http//www.feats.org. hosting the Festival of European Anglophone Theatrical societies(FEATS), but July British OneAct Finals North Wales Theatre drama assoc. http://www.feats.org/archive/news/news0300.htm
Extractions: Two of the groups originally selected to take part in FEATS 2000 The plays that have been entered for FEATS 2000 are: (N.B. This is NOT a programme schedule. Plays are listed in the sequence of the Selection Table.) LIST A M WS ACT, Maastricht Day One (*) by Marq Riley Hamburg Players by Christopher Durang Bonn Players by Caryl Churchill Round Tower Players, Luxemb. (*) by Michael Woods
FEATS Newsletter June 2000 Festival of European Anglophone Theatrical societies. Newsletter should be sent firstname.lastname@example.org. OneAct Finals, North Wales Theatre Llandudno, drama assoc. http://www.feats.org/archive/news/news0600.htm
More Affiliated Societies CHORAL OPERATIC societies Barnes Choir (0208 876 4825). Hampton assoc. of UniversityWomen (0208 979 1060). St. Mary s drama Group, Hampton (028 941 1267). http://www.richmondarts.org.uk/more_affiliated_societies.htm
Extractions: MUSIC SOCIETIES Barnes Music Society (0208 741 8736) Greenwood Classical Guitar Society Kew Sinfonia Richmond Concert Society (0208 977 4268) Richmond Chamber Symphony Richmond Orchestra (0208 876 4728) mailto:email@example.com Thames Chamber Orchestra (0208 894 2068) Music at St. John's (07812 019776) Marble Hill Society (0208 891 3825) Museum of Richmond Richmond Association for the National Trust (0208 8785010) Richmond Local History Society (0208 891 3825) The Richmond Society www.richmondsociety.co.uk The Twickenham Society (0208 404 4370) The Twickenham Local History Society Click here for more Groups and Societies Back to Home Barnes Choir (0208 876 4825) Cantanti Camerati (0208 894 3773) Hampton Choral Society (01932 247962) Kingston Madrigal Society (0208 949 4605) Parish Church of St. Richard (0208 948 3758) St. Anne's Church, Kew St. Mary's Choir, Richmond (0208 546 2239) Teddington Choral Society (0208 977 4100) Thames Philharmonic Choir (0208 948 2607) Ladies' Afternoon Choir (0208 546 0412) OTHER INTERESTS Art of Garden Design Group Hampton Assoc. of University Women (0208 979 1060)
May 2003 AMERICAN FEDERATION OF MINERALOGICAL societies Volume 56, Number 6 SERVING SEVEN ERNESTH. CARLSON assoc. Discover the drama written in the rocks as reveled by http://www.amfed.org/news/n2003_05.htm
Extractions: SERVING SEVEN REGIONAL FEDERATIONS May 2003 IN THIS ISSUE A Mix Too Good To Miss Safety President's Message Time's Running Out! ... Uniform Rules Now On Web! A Mix Too Good To Miss from Keri Dearborn, Del Air Rockhounds From across the country and California, unique and wonderful displays are coming to the AFMS/CFMS show this June 5-8 in Ventura, California. The Seaside Gemboree will offer a walk-in display of fluorescent minerals hosted by The Fluorescent Mineral Society. The Faceter's Guild will be showing the latest in faceted stones. The Buena Vista Museum will be displaying Miocene marine fossils and revealing new fossils from the matrix throughout the show as they do a demonstration on fossil preparation. See the art of intarsia, pictures made of intricately placed pieces of stone. Intarsia artist Conrad Grundke will be displaying his work and giving a program on intarsia, during the show on Thursday, June 5. There will be jewelry, minerals, gemstones, carvings and silverwork, fossils, meteorites, dinosaurs and more. We would love to have you display either in competition or as a noncompetitive guest. Please consider displaying at the AFMS/CFMS show?
NZADIE :: Associations International drama/Theatre in Education Association International body with manymember a comprehensive library.Schools and amateur societies regularly compete http://www.nzadie.org.nz/assoc/
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PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS Federation of American societies for Exp. Biology http//www.faseb.org/. Nationalassociation for drama Therapy http//www.nadt.org/. American assoc. http://acad.udallas.edu/career/professional_associations.htm
Extractions: PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS/SOCIETIES GENERAL ASSOCIATION SEARCH ART/ART HISTORY ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS ... HIGHER EDUCATION GENERAL ASSOCIATION SEARCH IPL Associations on the Net http://www.ipl.org/ref/AON/ Gateway to Associations www.asaenet.org/Gateway/OnlineAssocSlist.html Scholarly Societies Project www.lib.uwaterloo.ca/society/subjects_soc.html WCSU Organizations List www.wcsu.ctstateu.edu/library/rr_organizations.html Yahoo! Directory of Student Organizations http://dir.yahoo.com/education/organizations/student/ Yahoo! Directory of Professional Organizations http://dir.yahoo.com/Business_and_Economy/Organizations/Professional/ ART / ART HISTORY American Art Therapy Association http://www.arttherapy.org/ American Ceramic Society http://www.acers.org/ American Design Drafting Association http://www.adda.org/ American Institute of Graphic Arts http://www.AIGA.org/ American Textile Manufacturers Institute http://www.atmi.org/ Association of Art Museum Directors http://www.amn.org/ Graphic Artists Guild http://www.gag.org/
SOB # 19 politics, industry, and the secret societies previously mentioned. reading; writing,poetry, music, drama, stage and http//www.freezone.org Free Zone assoc. http://www.freezone.org/cbr/sector9/e_sob19.htm
Extractions: A Poem Sector Operations Bulletin No. 19 Markab, the Final Handling 200284 1100 GMT Game Level - Galactic and Sector Operations Treating our galaxy as a large flattened disc, one can imagine it divided into slices like a pie with the lines of "cutting" radiating from a central circle. The center circle is named SECTOR or "Central". The sliced wedge-shaped Sectors are further divided by slicing them horizontally thru the middle of the fat disc. Twelve wedge-shaped Sectors (of odd numbers) are on the "top" of this disc and twelve Sectors (of even numbers) are on the "bottom" of this disc. (Remember, there is really no "up" or "down" in space so this is purely for convention.) This pattern makes a way to coordinate and patrol the galaxy with back-up assistance in adjoining Sectors never too far away. In fact, by this pattern every Sector has six adjacent Sectors (including Central) for coordination purposes and back-up in case of need.
AAS Fellows Directory - R K. Fellowship Daniels 8182, societies on the Contrast as Metatheatrical Commentary, American drama (Spring 1994 36 (2001) 263-93 Other Publications assoc. http://www.americanantiquarian.org/Fellowships/fellowsr.htm