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Secrets of the Wallace: The Rapier in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries
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Secrets of the Wallace: The Rapier in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries

Hi, I’m Katie and I’ve been working along with Amethyst who will be interviewing David Edge, who is the Head of Conservation at the Wallace Collection. We will be interviewing him about rapiers, which were important swords in the sixteenth-century.

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The Industrial Revolution (18-19th Century)
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The Industrial Revolution (18-19th Century)

Industrial Revolution 18th – 19th Century The economic developments of the 1800s saw the development of agrarian and handicraft economies in Europe and America transform into industrial, urbanized ones. The term to describe this phenomenon would be known as the

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Bastille – Quarter Past Midnight (Live on Good Morning America / 2019)
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Bastille – Quarter Past Midnight (Live on Good Morning America / 2019)

-PERFORMING THE LEAD SINGLE FROM THEIR ALBUM THIS IS “QUARTER PAST MIDNIGHT” BASTILLE EVERYBODY! (AUDIENCE CHEERS) ♪ IT’S A QUARTER PAST MIDNIGHT AS WE CUT THROUGH THE CITY ♪ ♪ (YEAH, YEAH, YEAH) ♪ ♪ THE STREETS ARE GETTING RESTLESS,

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How do dinosaur fossils form? | Natural History Museum
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How do dinosaur fossils form? | Natural History Museum

Millions of years ago, this dinosaur was going about his normal daily life. But his day went from good to bad. REALLY bad. After he died, other dinosaurs ate him. And the rest of his skin and muscles rotted away,

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12. Nineteenth-Century Cities
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12. Nineteenth-Century Cities

Prof: Today, I want to do the impossible and talk about urbanization and urban growth in fifty minutes. It builds on what you’re reading and I’ll give the classic example, which is the greatest project of human intervention or rebuilding,

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Ballet Evolved: How ballet class has changed over the centuries
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Ballet Evolved: How ballet class has changed over the centuries

I have with us today Yasmine Naghdi and Donald Thom. They look like the typical ballet dancers of today at the beginning of the day, they come in wrapped up in warm gear, they’ve got all sorts of torture instruments

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How did primates get to the Americas? | Natural History Museum
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How did primates get to the Americas? | Natural History Museum

Christopher Columbus arrived in the New World in 1492 But he was not the first mammal to sail the ocean blue We know primates appeared in the Americas between 40 and 44 million years ago and that they came from

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Dawid’s NCS Story
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Dawid’s NCS Story

My name’s Dawid. Originally I’m from Poland. I’ve moved to London about 8 years ago. I like the climbing. The climbing was a bit of a good workout. Even though it was scary, I was buzzing to go again. Whatever

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Studying English Literature BA(Hons) at Kingston University
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Studying English Literature BA(Hons) at Kingston University

One of the really exciting things about studying English Literature at Kingston is that it takes students into new territories quite literally actually. So as well as studying the literature of the United Kingdom they get the chance to explore

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