Colouring the Rainbow

Author: Dino Hodge

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781743053935

Category: Social Science

Page: 311

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Colouring the Rainbow uncovers the often hidden world of Queer and Trans Blak Australia and tells it like it is. Twenty-two First Nations people reveal their inner reflections and outlooks on family and culture, identity and respect, homophobia, transphobia, racism and decolonisation, activism, art, performance and more, through life stories and essays. The contributors to this ground-breaking book not only record the continuing relevance of traditional culture and practices, they also explain the emergence of homonormativity within the context of contemporary settler colonialism. Colouring the Rainbow is a real, searing and celebratory exploration of modern culture in post-apology Australia.

My Colour Cosmic Sea

Author: Matthew R Brackley

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1291783997

Category: Poetry

Page: 70

View: 7454


Sublime poetry at its best.From flowers to oceans, to birds and sky.Thought provoking uplifting poetry with a twist.Find your place in the universe!Created in A4 size for ease of reading and for sharing.Explore the inner you!

Red Rover, the Big Rainbow Eating Dog

Author: Vera Trembach

Publisher: Rainbow Horizons Publishing

ISBN: 1771670665

Category: Education

Page: 48

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Red Rover's see-through tummy reveals what he eats. Students complete the story with their cut-out drawings of rainbow fruits and vegetables. Interactive chants, hands-on centered listening activities and family homework make up the bulk of our lesson plan. Also included are: an interactive storyboard story, colour activities and rebus chants. Stories and activities included are: Red Rover Eats a Rainbow, An Artist's Palette, Colour Trees and Leaves, Crayons in a Box, Butterfly Wings, Yummy Ice-Cream Cones, Rainbow Rhyme, Colour Chants, and Rainbow Sandpaper Prints. This Primary Studies lesson provides a teacher and student section with storyboard, hands-on activities, interactive chant, rebus chants, and art activity to create a well-rounded lesson plan.

Practice Wisdom

Author: Joy Higgs

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 900441049X

Category: Education

Page: 324

View: 5034


Practice Wisdom: Values and Interpretations brings diverse views and interpretations to an exploration of what wisdom in professional practice means and can become: academically, practically and inspirationally.

COLORING BOOK

Author: TAPISH TAYAL

Publisher: RITURAJ BOOKS

ISBN: N.A

Category: Art

Page: 24

View: 7483


A unique book to introduce a child to the joys of coloring.

Codes and Designs

Author: K. T. Arasu,Akos Seress

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

ISBN: 3110198118

Category: Mathematics

Page: 330

View: 9428


Following an initiative of the late Hans Zassenhaus in 1965, the Departments of Mathematics at The Ohio State University and Denison University organize conferences in combinatorics, group theory, and ring theory. Between May 18-21, 2000, the 25th conference of this series was held. Usually, there are twenty to thirty invited 20-minute talks in each of the three main areas. However, at the 2000 meeting, the combinatorics part of the conference was extended, to honor the 65th birthday of Professor Dijen Ray-Chaudhuri. This volulme is the proceedings of this extension. Most of the papers are in coding theory and design theory, reflecting the major interest of Professor Ray-Chaudhuri, but there are articles on association schemes, algebraic graph theory, combinatorial geometry, and network flows as well. There are four surveys and seventeen research articles, and all of these went through a thorough refereeing process. The volume is primarily recommended for researchers and graduate students interested in new developments in coding theory and design theory.

Improving Farmed Fish Quality and Safety

Author: Øyvind Lie

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 1845694929

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 648

View: 9567


Global aquaculture production has grown rapidly over the last 50 years. It is generally accepted that there is limited potential to increase traditional fisheries since most fish stocks are well or fully exploited. Consequently increased aquaculture production is required in order to maintain global per capita fish consumption at the present level. Fish farming enables greater control of product quality and safety, and presents the possibility of tailoring products according to consumer demands. This important collection reviews safety and quality issues in farmed fish and presents methods to improve product characteristics. The first part of the book focuses on chemical contaminants, chemical use in aquaculture and farmed fish safety. After an opening chapter discussing the risks and benefits of consumption of farmed fish, subsequent contributions consider environmental contaminants, pesticides, drug use and antibiotic resistance in aquaculture. Part two addresses important quality issues, such as selective breeding to improve flesh quality, the effects of dietary factors including alternative lipids and proteins sources on eating quality, microbial safety of farmed products, parasites, flesh colouration and off-flavours. Welfare issues and the ethical quality of farmed products are also covered. The final part discusses ways of managing of product quality, with chapters on HACCP, monitoring and surveillance, authenticity and product labelling. With its distinguished editor and international team of contributors, Improving farmed fish quality and safety is a standard reference for aquaculture industry professionals and academics in the field. Reviews safety and quality issues in farmed fish and presents methods to improve product characteristics Discusses contaminants, persistent organic pollutants and veterinary drug residues and methods for their reduction and control Addresses important quality issues, genetic control of flesh characteristics and the effects of feed on product nutritional and sensory quality

Colour, Healing and the Human Soul

Author: Gladys Mayer

Publisher: Rudolf Steiner Press

ISBN: 1855845652

Category: Religion

Page: 68

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In a delightful study – originally comprising two separate booklets – the accomplished artist and teacher Gladys Mayer explains that colour is nothing other than the very substance of the soul. Just as the body is made up of mineral, water, air and warmth, so the soul is made up of colour. This is revealed in the emotions of sadness and joy and the many shades in between, as expressed in human language – for example: ‘seeing red’, ‘rose-coloured spectacles’ and ‘jaundiced view’. Mayer discusses the basis of colour theory and its methodology, and the importance of colour for everyday life and health. It is as fundamental to the soul as air is to the body. By increasing our awareness of the spiritual laws of colour, we can acquire a balanced and enriched life of soul. Thus, colour can become a healing force in life, enabling us to tackle the deadening, grey aspects of our mechanised civilisation. Based on the work of Rudolf Steiner, which she studied intensively for many years, Mayer offers an approach to colour that is of value to painters and artists, as well as to those interested in psychology, health and healing, spirituality and personal development.

Spatial Point Patterns

Author: Adrian Baddeley,Ege Rubak,Rolf Turner

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1482210215

Category: Mathematics

Page: 828

View: 8491


Modern Statistical Methodology and Software for Analyzing Spatial Point PatternsSpatial Point Patterns: Methodology and Applications with R shows scientific researchers and applied statisticians from a wide range of fields how to analyze their spatial point pattern data. Making the techniques accessible to non-mathematicians, the authors draw on th

The Colour, Light and Contrast Manual

Author: Keith Bright,Geoffrey Cook

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781444319835

Category: Medical

Page: 240

View: 5891


Endorsed by the Society of Light and Lighting, this practical bookoffers comprehensive guidance on how colour, light and contrast canbe incorporated within buildings to enhance their usability. Thebook provides state-of-the-art, clear guidance as well as avaluable information source for busy professionals involved in thedesign or management of new and existing environments. The ways colour, light and contrast are used within builtenvironments are critical in determining how people interact withthe space, and how confident, safe, and secure they will feel whendoing so. They also have a major influence on a person’ssense of well-being and their ability to use the environmentindependently and without undue effort. Understanding how to use colour and contrast and how they areinfluenced by both natural and artificial lighting is vital for allthose involved in the design and management of the environments andspaces we all use. In recent years there has been a considerable amount of workundertaken to further our understanding of how colour, light andcontrast affect emotion and sensory abilities, and how they canassist or hinder people in their everyday lives. Other publications consider these issues individually but TheColour, Light and Contrast Manual: designing and managing inclusivebuilt environments draws knowledge and information together toproduce a unique, comprehensive and informative guide to how thethree elements can work together to improve the design andmanagement of environments for us all. Supporting website at: www.wiley.com/go/brightandcook