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Transcript: RESPONSIBILITY CURIOSITY COURAGE People CHAMPION transparency CHAMPION transparency We share information openly and proactively. We contribute outside of our specialty. We are known for directness. We are quick to admit mistakes. We question actions inconsistent with our values. CULTIVATE relationships + community CULTIVATE relationships + community We contribute to the community with what we are passionate about. We seek to understand our clients and what matters to them. THRIVE at work + play THRIVE at work + play We embrace curiosity to support a vibrant work culture. We demonstrate consistently strong performance so colleagues can rely upon each other. We inspire others with our passion for excellence. We celebrate wins. We promote learning and professional development. We continue to improve how we work to support summer hours. We believe in an open and collaborative work environment. We are fun to work with and have a positive impact on those around us. Practice DELIVER quality work DELIVER quality work You utilize BBT’s proven CA processes. You support your fellow team members to use independent decision making to meet their deliverables. You know when to zoom in and zoom out. You deliver quality work that is thoughtful. PROMOTE innovation PROMOTE innovation We promote sustainability and healthy buildings. We think strategically. We create new ideas that prove useful. We embrace new technology. We help keep BBT nimble by minimizing complexity and finding ways to simplify. RESPECT the details RESPECT the details We know when to zoom in. We respect how things go together and their relationships. We use the guiding principles of the parti to inform the details. Process CURIOSITY enables a process that listens, empowers, and connects 3 statements on how we live this core value LISTEN to every voice LISTEN to every voice We embrace listening as a cornerstone of the BBT approach. We believe that listening is both a skill and an art. We add to the conversation. We create opportunities for clients and stakeholders to contribute to the visioning and design process. EMPOWER team members EMPOWER team members We empower fellow team members to contribute their best by providing the necessary information, time, and support. We empower colleagues to take ownership over their projects and tasks. We recognize team member contributions. CONNECT through design CONNECT through design We believe design is a conversation. We create functional spaces that support the end user. We connect the technical details to the human experience. We blend expertise and client-centered design to create spaces that bring people together.

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Transcript: samantha rascon object presentation 4th period WHAT IS IT? ACETAMINOPHEN first use why is it important? WHAT IS IT? acetaminophen is one of the most widely used of all drugs, with a wealth of experience clearly establishing it as the standard antipathetic and analgesic for mild to moderate pain states. ? In addition to headaches and minor aches and pains, acetaminophen can be used to treat tooth pain, osteoarthritis, menstrual cramps, sinus pain, and pain in the hips, shoulders, and neck. It can also be used for pain caused by sprains and strains, as well as teething, bug bites, and stings. acetaminophen is commonly found in usual medicnes such as what is it in? tylenol midol theraflu robitussin cold benadryl vicks nyquil alka seltzer pls panex History of Acetaminophen THE HISTORY acetaminophen is a relatively safe drug used to control pain and reduce fever. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration first issued a patent for it in 1951, although its origins extend farther back—to around the late-19th century. Other names for acetaminophen include Tylenol, paracetamol, and Panadol First used clinically by von Mering in 1893, paracetamol did not appear commercially until 1950 in the United States and 1956 in Australia. acetaminophen was introduced in 1893 but remained unpopular for more than 50 years unitl it was observed that is a metabolite of containing both acetanilide and phenacetin. it remains the only useful agent of this group and is widely used as a nonprescription antipyretic/analgetic under trade names such as tylenol Title why Acetaminophen is also used for severe pain, such as cancer pain and pain after surgery, in combination with opioid pain medication. It continues to be a first-line therapy of choice in adults and children with fever and pain. In addition, current research suggests that acetaminophen may have a much broader clinical utility in years to come. Acetaminophen is used for reducing fever in people of all ages and is used for the relief of mild to moderate pain. analgesia helps to: relieve mild to moderatepain, block pain impulses peripherally. antipyresis: efficacy similar to salicyclate. and how? The discovery came after the wrong chemical (acetanilide) was administered to a patient who had intestinal parasites. Although the parasites remained, the patient’s fever was reduced. The compound had never been tested in humans before but became the focus of research leading to a widely used painkiller. It wasn’t until 1955 when acetaminophen sales began in the United States under the name Tylenol. It was developed by McNeil Laboratories. Antipyretic, or fever reducing, compounds found in tree bark had been used since medieval times. Cinchona tree bark was commonly harvested but became harder to find. This led to the development of various antipyretic agents, including: Acetanilide in 1886 Phenacetin in 1887 Acetaminophen in 1873

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Transcript: And two differences i see in myself with my Object the basketball. "You miss 100% of the shots you don't take.-Wayne Gretzky" My Experiences with the game of Basketball THANK YOU! I take this as inspiration to strive to always score and if i miss i will get back up and try to score again. Where i will keep moving no matter what happens i will not stay still and i will strive forward with the support of friends and family. Basketball is a Hit and Miss sport You take your chances and if you hit you score, but if you miss its back to the drawing board SIDE B My Object Presentation I played basketball in my hometown Rockport TX. since freshmen year. I've played with a tourney team almost all my life. I would like to leave you off on a video and a Quote Because although basketball is serious to me, it can also be fun in some instances. Basketball is Dependent on the motion of someone or something bouncing it, and if it isn't it lays motionless. By: Brandon Stachowiak Basketballs are fragile and easy to pop where as i may break, Bruise and fall but i can also get back up. My Object Presentation Basketball is also a team game, and can be independent, but also knowing someone has your back or you having someone else back like your family, friends, and colleagues. CONCLUSION I will Present to you today my two similarities of my object that i represent with myself SIDE A I grew up playing basketball since age 7. I watch it every day, I'm very competitive when it comes to the sport of basketball I'm very vocal in game and outside of the game after. Differences Similarity Similarities/Differences

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Transcript: The Reproduction of the Ladies in blue The Reproduction of the Ladies in blue Painted Plaster Fresco Overall: 61 1/2 x 40 in. (156.2 x 101.6 cm) This civilization was in the Aegean Bronze Age on the island of Crete, Greece (1525–1450 B.C.). The Ladies in Blue was found in the city of Knossos which is the biggest Bronze Age archaeological site on Crete and is considered Europe's oldest city. Minoan Civilization Minoan Civilization Knossos was the capital of the Minoan civilization. The Minoans lived relatively isolated from the other cilvilizations, but they traded between Aegean, Crete, and Mediterranean civilizations. The Minoans were very peaceful people. The art work mostly featured the ocean and oceanaic widlife. The men on the island were mostly at sea leaving the women to do jobs men would usually do. Minoan Culture Minoan Culture The piece is fresco which is a type of painting made by different mineral pigments. This method mixes the pigment and plaster together, then the plaster dries quickly. Techniques of the Piece Techniques of the Piece The mineral pigments that are in the piece contains Earth's natural minerals that contain metal oxides, like ochre, sienna, and umber Mineral Pigments Mineral Pigments Emile Gilliéron (1885–1939) was born in Athens. He and his father work together on this piece an many other pieces that were found in Knossos. The first restoration was done after an earthquake by Gilliéron’s father. Gilliéron then did the second restoration when a museum hired him. artist background artist background bibliography Demargne, Pierre. The Birth of Greek Art. Edited by André Malaruax and Georges Salles, New York, Golden Press, 1964. Homann- Wedeking, E. The Art of Archaic Greece. Translated by J. R. Foster, New York, Crown Publishers, 1966. Matz, Friedrich. The Art of Crete and Early Greece. New York, Crown Publishers. The Art of the World 2. Pollitt, J. J. The Art of Ancient Greece Sources and Documents. Cambridge University Press. Preziosi, Donald, and Louise A. Hitchcock. Aegean Art and Architecture. Oxford UP. bibliography

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Transcript: Hello everybody!! Aloha, hola, hallo, salam, namaste. Good afternoon. BANGLADESH Officially known as People's Republic of Bangladesh Located in South Asia 147,570 Sq. km(56977 sq. miles) land Population= 142 million Water- 6.4 % Capital: Dhaka Other city: Chittagong(sea port) Division: 7 District: 64 Official language: Bengali Currency: Taka National Day: 26 March Victory Day: 16 December History 3000 B.C Dravidian people came 300-1200 C.E Hindu empires 1200-1757 C.E. Muslim Rule(Mughal empire) 1757-1947 British colonial rule 1947-1971 East Pakistan 1971-2011 Modern day Bangladesh Government and Politics Unitary state Parliamentary democracy Major parties: Bangladesh Awami League Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) National symbols of Bangladesh Anthem Amar Shonar Bangla Animal Royal Bengal Tiger Bird Oriental Magpie Robin Fish Hilsa Flower White Water Lily Fruit Jack fruit Tree Mango Tree Economy Agriculture based economy Rice, jute are the primary crops Wheat is assuming greater importance Tea is grown in the northeast Garments industry is one of the largest in the world Geography Bordered by India on north, east and west Burma to the far southeast By the Bay of Bengal to the south Low-lying Ganges Delta Himalays stops clouds, causing rain Natural floods, tornados and cyclones are common Less than 12 m (39.4 ft) above the sea level Worst effected country in the world by climate change Religion Culture and Festivals Cuisine National Heroes Tourism Thanks for Your Patience in Listening To me.!! Oh yeah!! Start with a "BANG" Hey, Guess what??!! Get ready to feel the thunder.!!!

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Transcript: By Caitlin Pipal BAMN (By Any Means Necessary), a national activist left-wing organization promoting civil rights, began chanting directly in front of the bake sale. Derek Zhou, VP of BCR: Response to BAMN chants- “Its free speech. They have just as much of a right as us.” At the same time as the bake sale, the ASUC held a phone bank in support of SB 185. Nolan Pack, sustainability coordinator in the ASUC Office of the External Affairs VP stated that “It’s quiet here because of all the spectacle over there. We’re being serious about making a difference while they’re over there using a cheap gimmick to get attention.” UC Berkeley junior Byron Hunt: “They could have sent their message without causing such a controversy.” Students dressed in black began a peaceful protest of the bake sale, and were joined by many other community members. Participants did not talk to reflect their silent protest. Protestors against SB 185 formed a human barrier around the back of the bake sale. The students dressed in black later lay down on the ground in the plaza where the bake sale was taking place in protest of the bake sale for a little over an hour (due to heat). At the end the crowd stood up, chanted “it is our duty to fight for our freedom”, and dispersed. Vice Chancellor Harry LeGrande, who declined having an opinion on SB 185, said that the bake sale was about freedom of speech at the university. The “Increase Diversity Bake Sale” was put on by the Berkeley College Republicans in opposition of SB 185, which would allow colleges to factor in gender and race in admissions. White: $2.00 Latino: $1.00 Black: $0.75 Women: $0.25 discount The bake sale sold goods that were priced based on race and gender: Object Presentation My View September 27, 2011

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