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Lesley University Admissions

Lesley University Admissions Overview: Around two-thirds of applicants are accepted to Lesley University each year, making it a fairly open school. Students can apply with the Common Application (more on that below) and will also need to submit scores from the SAT or ACT. Additional requirements include high school transcripts and a letter of recommendation.
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Al Qaeda Network

Also see: Al Qaeda leaders The Al Qaeda Network Some organizations may have operational ties to Osama bin Laden's core group. Increasingly, however, groups pledging allegiance to Al Qaeda have no formal association whatever. While many analysts use the metaphor of marketing to describe Al Qaeda as a 'brand,' and its offshoots as 'franchises,' others describe the decentralization phenomenon in terms of a core group of professionals, surrounded by new membership in 'grassroots' affiliates.
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10 Common Naturally Radioactive Foods

Technically, all food is slightly radioactive. This is because all food and other organic molecules contain carbon, which naturally exists as a mixture of isotopes, including radioactive carbon-14. Carbon-14 is used for carbon dating, a method for identifying the age of fossils. However, some foods emit much more radiation than others.
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Cahaba AO-82 - History

CahabaA river in Alabama.(AO-82: dp. 5,782; 1. 623& 39;6& 34;, b. 68& 39;; dr. 30& 39;10& 34;- s. 15 k.cpl. 225; a. 1 6& 34;, 4 3& 34;; cl. Escambia)Cahaba (AO-82) was launched 19 May 1943 as Laokawapen (later changed to Luckawaxen) by Marinship Corp., Sausalito, Calif.& 39; under a Maritime Commission contract; sponsored by Mrs.
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Summer Science Programs for High School Students

Summer is a great time for high school students to explore their scientific interests. A quality program can introduce them to potential college majors in the sciences, provide hands-on research experience, and strengthen their resumes. Residential summer programs also provide an excellent introduction to college life.
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Genes, Traits and Mendel's Law of Segregation

How are traits passed from parents to offspring? The answer is by gene transmission. Genes are located on chromosomes and consist of DNA. These are passed from parents to their offspring through reproduction. The principles that govern heredity were discovered by a monk named Gregor Mendel in the 1860s.
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