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video clip

A brief, recorded, viewable file linked to a website or an electronic message used to educate students or to relay visual information, e.g., from real-time ultrasonography or angiography, from one user to another.
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(2008) also investigated subjective sexual arousal (operationalized as degree of mental appeal reported by participants) in response to a variety of sexually explicit film clips. In addition, the researchers asked women to report on their level of perceived physiologic arousal.
Next, students were given the original script for the film clip for discussion purposes, working with the instructor to mark intonation, to replicate the speech patterns, and to note when there were gestures or cultural elements that were either similar or dissimilar to their own culture.
The experimental phase continues with the computer selecting a second set (but not the same as was recently used) and then presenting one film clip from this set seven times to the sender while recording the mentation into a new file.
This paper shows how instructors can use film clips and simple narrative theory to elicit the postmodern portrayal of fantasy and conflicted masculinity in "Men Under Water."
Raines envisions dramatic neon signage leading patrons to an indoor two-story Las Vegas strip where they will see showgirls, comedians, impersonators and jumbo film clips.
Watch the film clip on ChronicleLive and Chronicle Facebook, and check out the films of the North East Film Archive at www.northeastfilmarchive.com
'This film clip only features Dylan's virtual head but in the future we would like to make a film which also includes his virtual body.
This week's film clip and questions centre around spectacular sailing ships on the River Tyne but, first, what of last week's clip?
St John Ambulance is asking everyone to watch a film clip on their website to recognise the first signs of a heart attack, as it was revealed that more than half of city residents wrongly believe that a heart attack is a cardiac arrest.
Julian is assistant keeper of the resource collection at the Beamish Museum and will show a selection of the 250,000 images held at Beamish and a short film clip.
Balanchine?" a French interviewer asked the Russo-American choreographer gravely in an old film clip shown at the Nijinsky Awards ceremony during the Monaco Dance Forum last December.