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The event gives participating candidates up to five minutes to give an introduction and discuss the issues most important to them.
Director Murray Campbell will give an introduction. The "early music" will include the Hymn to St Magnus in 12th century Orkney to the 17th century canzonas and motets of Viadana and Banchieri by way of many of the major musical centres of Europe.
In addition to screening five student films, the school's Head of International Affairs Julie Tingaud will give an introduction about the school, its vision and activities.
We are ready to give an introduction or briefing of what we are doing.
The training will give an introduction to the principles of cognitive therapy and application of these principles in relation to people with different types of anxiety and depression problems, possibly with sleep problems as well.
Gill Saunders from the V&A in London will give an insight into the project which created the work on display and give an introduction to post-war art.
The exhibition is designed to give an introduction to Hinduism as both a religion and a way of life.
The conference will include a workshop on Sukuk during which the speakers will give an introduction to Islamic Finance, Islamic Finance Contribution, and Introduction to Sukuk, the Key Historical Trends of Sukuk, and Sukuk Examples & Analysis.
The writer will give an introduction to the new South Africa at the Saville Exchange, in North Shields, on Saturday, from 2pm to 4pm.
Sean Halligan will give an introduction to pin hole photography with those who sign up to the pounds 55 workshop making their own camera, learning how to use it and creating their own finished prints.
Artist Narlorie Tracy, who created an exhibit called "Iraqi Women in the Time of War," will give an introduction.
He, Wasik (English, Adam Mickiewicz U.) and their contributors give an introduction to hard-science linguistics, reconstitute phonetics-phonology, search for context, examine variational and historical linguistics, describe social and psychological issues, give practical applications and describe disciplinary considerations, such as coping with cultural differences and conducting hard-science research.