Queen’s buildings

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  • At three o'clock in the afternoon of the cold first Monday in March, 1601, a red flag rose, and a trumpet sounded thrice, from a little gabled turret protruding up out of a large wooden building in a field in that part of Southwark known as the Bankside and bordering on the Thames west of London Bridge. This rude edifice, or enclosure, was round (not like its successor, hexagonal) in shape; was in great part roofless; was built on a brick and stone foundation, and was encircled by a ditch for drainage. It was, in fact, the Globe Theatre; and the flag and trumpet meant...

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  • Sue is a hairdresser. She lives in a small town and has been cutting hair for 10 years. Sue has worked very hard to build a fairly comfortable business. One day a customer walks through Sue’s door. Sue is always happy to see new customers and always goes out of her way to make them feel at home. But today, this new customer proposes something that Sue considers a little odd initially. This customer asks Sue if she would be interested in trading her hairdressing services in exchange for some book-keeping services. This intrigues Sue a little, so she starts...

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  • Health and Quality of Life Outcomes BioMed Central Research Open Access The validity of the MacNew Quality of Life in heart disease questionnaire Martin Dempster*1, Michael Donnelly2 and Christina O'Loughlin3 Address: 1School of Psychology, Queen's University, David Keir Building, 18–30 Malone Road Belfast, UK, 2Department of Epidemiology & Public Health, Queen's University Belfast, UK and 3International Business School, Isle of Man, UK Email: Martin Dempster* - m.dempster@qub.ac.uk; Michael Donnelly - m.donnell@qub.ac.uk; Christina O'Loughlin - christina.o'loughlin@iomibs.doe.gov.

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