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The battle that saved civilization – A Tribute to Nikola Šubić Zrinski / Zrínyi Miklós

December 4, 2019 at 5:16 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

To battle, to battle! Unsheathe your sword, Ban, Let the enemy know how we die! Our city already burns, The heat is already reaching us: Their roar resounds, Their rage is rampant! Our chests flare up as that fire, The roar is silenced by the rattling of our swords! All of you, kiss Zrinski As

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“The battle that saved civilization – A Tribute to Nikola Šubić Zrinski / Zrínyi Miklós”

Architecting the invisible: creating a culture of innovation | Greg Horowitt | TEDxSanDiego

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Translator: Mary Kay Reviewer: Denise RQ Growing up, I was the kind of child who was every teacher’s nightmare. I was rambunctious. I couldn’t stay focused for very long, I was acting out all the time and disrupting class. As a child, we call that difficult. As an adult, we call that an entrepreneur. (Laughter)

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“Architecting the invisible: creating a culture of innovation | Greg Horowitt | TEDxSanDiego”

CIVILIZATION VI – First Look: England

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Victoria leads the English Civ in Sid Meier’s Civilization VI. The British Empire reached its widest expanse during her 63-year-reign. She remains one of the most popular and iconic rulers of England to this day. The English special ability is called British Museum. Archaeological Museums have extra artifact slots, and each museum gives more archeologists.

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“CIVILIZATION VI – First Look: England”

Understanding Cultural Difference in Three Words: Elisa Hörhager at TEDxStrasbourgUniversite

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Translator: Robert Tucker Reviewer: Ariana Bleau Lugo Hi everyone. I’m here to wake you up, because I’m speaking in English about Chinese. So, could get a little complicated, but — I want to take you with me on a search for traces of culture in language. Because I feel that this can help us overcome

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“Understanding Cultural Difference in Three Words: Elisa Hörhager at TEDxStrasbourgUniversite”

Community, what does it mean to you? Thank you Elgin, Scotland! | Kati Morton

December 2, 2019 at 8:16 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

Hey everybody. So I am in Elgin, Scotland still. And I thought that it kind of seemed, Not appropriate to put out just a regular Monday video, Where I am chatting with you about a different mental illness or something like that. Because this week has been pretty awesome. And, you know when you have

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“Community, what does it mean to you? Thank you Elgin, Scotland! | Kati Morton”

Improve your Vocabulary: Learn 16 new social, political, and internet words

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Hi, everyone. In this lesson we’re going to look at new words for our times. These words reflect social movements or new things happening in politics. We’re going to start with “millennial”. “A millennial” is a person who’s between the age of a teenager now and their late 20s. Thankfully I just escaped being a

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“Improve your Vocabulary: Learn 16 new social, political, and internet words”

Consumer Culture: The Day Your Baby’s Wardrobe Became Better Than Yours | Vigga Svensson | TEDxKEA

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Translator: Meral Öztürk Reviewer: For ten years, I thought that I was a green superhero. The story begins back in 2003, when I founded a Danish kids’ fashion brand, called Katvig. I came from a career as a TV presenter, and it’s fair to say I had absolutely no idea about the industry I’d entered.

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“Consumer Culture: The Day Your Baby’s Wardrobe Became Better Than Yours | Vigga Svensson | TEDxKEA”

Depression is a disease of civilization: Stephen Ilardi at TEDxEmory

December 1, 2019 at 3:23 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

Translator: Carmen Costina Reviewer: Denise RQ I believe depression is one of the most tragically misunderstood words in the entire English language. And here’s the problem: depression has two radically different meanings, depending on the context. So, in everyday conversation, when people say they’re depressed, they use the word depression as a synonym for sadness.

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“Depression is a disease of civilization: Stephen Ilardi at TEDxEmory”