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    Homecoming Convocation Program 2005 by Colorado College Alumni Association

    Program from 2005 Homecoming Convocation, Saturday, October 8, during Homecoming & Parents Weekend. Includes awards ceremony program, and bios and photos of recipients of the Louis T. Benezet, Lloyd E. Worner, and Gresham Riley awards. Also includes a list of previous recipients of these awards.

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    Silver Phurpa by Unknown

    4 (L) x 7/8 (W) inches. Sterling silver phurpa has three faces of a wrathful deity at the end followed by a dorji, the head of a makara and on the tripartite blade two nagas emerging from th mouth of the makara.

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    Chinese Bronze Knife (back)

    7" l. The scimitar-form coin is cast in thread relief with a line border, three horizontal lines towards the tip, archaic characters above, two vertical lines on the stem and terminating in a ring.

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    Chinese Bronze Knife (front)

    7" l. The scimitar-form coin is cast in thread relief with a line border, three horizontal lines towards the tip, archaic characters above, two vertical lines on the stem and terminating in a ring.

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    Gold Lacquer Inro with Ivory Netsuke - bottom view

    H: 6 cm W: 5 cm L: 1.8 cm D: of netsuke 4.2 cm. Gold lacquer inro with overlay design in mother of pearl and shakudo. Design: flying cranes. Ivory netsuke: turtle and toad; signed inside. Cover: Korin.

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    Small hand cymbal and wooden mallet by Unknown

    18-1/8 (L) x 2-3/4 (Cir. Of cymbal) inches. White bell metal with a long wood clapper attached by a twisted rope. (Played during ritual feeding of the ghosts).

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    Letter Seal by Unknown

    2 (L) x 1/2 (Dia.) inches. Conical iron seal with a rattle inside and a lotus flower finial with a hole in it for a cord. Reticulated and engraved floral design, the vase with calligraphic design.

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    Chinese Bronze Inlaid Belt Hook (back)

    7 1/2" l. Beveled and arced spatula form terminating in a bird's head hook, inlaid with gold and turquoise forming an intricate series of lozenge-shaped panels enclosing hook and scroll motifs in gold wire against a turquoise ground.

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    Gold Lacquer Inro with Ivory Netsuke - front view

    H: 6 cm W: 5 cm L: 1.8 cm D: of netsuke 4.2 cm. Gold lacquer inro with overlay design in mother of pearl and shakudo. Design: flying cranes. Ivory netsuke: turtle and toad; signed inside. Cover: Korin

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    Gold Lacquer Inro with Ivory Netsuke

    H: 6 cm W: 5 cm L: 1.8 cm D: of netsuke 4.2 cm. Gold lacquer inro with overlay design in mother of pearl and shakudo. Flying crane design. Ivory netsuke: turtle and toad; signed inside. Cover: Korin

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    Carved Nuts with Literary Scenes - top view

    1 1/2""h x 1 3/4""l (including base). Finely carved sampan with moveable windows and doors set on a peach stone stand carved with raised flowers on an inverted chevron ground.

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    Bunraku, Head of a Demon

    Wood, long hair, paint, inlaid eyes and handler's stick. This mask type is often used for the role of a beautiful woman driven mad by tragic events or, more often, by jealousy. 6-1/2 (L) x 3-1/2 (W) x 15-1/4 (H)

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    Letter Seal by Unknown

    2 (L) x 1/2 (Dia.) inches. Conical silver seal with lotus flower final with a hole in it for a cord. Engraved with floral designs, the base with floral lappet and character in the center.

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    Mughal miniature painting - Portrait by Unknown

    Paint on ivory, 3-1/2 (L) x 1-3/4 (W) inches. Portrait painted on an ivory oval with ivory filigree framework.(following are additional Notes) The object has many colors- brown, red, green, white, blue.

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    Don Gato by Ortega, Matilde L.

    Las Vegas, New Mexico. A tomcat sees a beautiful she-cat on a roof and rushes to make love to her. While climbing the roof, he falls and breaks his ribs and his whiskers, too. But when the dead tomcat catches a sniff of fresh fish, he is revived. Quality:Good/Fair

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    untitled by Ortega, Matilde L.

    Las Vegas, New Mexico. Quality:Good/Fair

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    ZK858.4 causes embryonic lethality but does not directly impact MEX-3 localization in an RNAi induced knockdown of E3 ubiquitin ligases in Caenorhabditis elegans by Reichard, Kathryn L.

    The ubiquitin proteosome system (UPS) functions in the cell to mark specific proteins for degradation. E3 ubiquitin ligases act as recognition factors and increase the specificity of the UPS. MEX-3 is an RNA binding protein in Caenorhabditis elegans that inhibits the translation of PAL-1, a posterior specifying protein, and contributes to development of the anterior of the embryo. MEX-3 is present throughout the oocyte, 1-cell, and 2-cell embryo. However, MEX-3 is then depleted in the posterior after the second cell division, and PAL-1 is then expressed in the two posterior blastomeres of the 4-cell embryo. MEX-3 is rapidly depleted from the entire embryo after the 8-cell stage. This degradation is location and time specific, and thus hypothesized to be caused by the UPS. MEX-3 is hypothesized to be targeted for degradation by a specific E3 ubiquitin ligase, and knockout of this protein should result in increase in universal MEX-3 expression in the early embryo. This study sought to determine the MEX-3 specific E3 ubiquitin ligase(s). Putative E3 ubiquitin ligases expressed during early embryonic development were knocked out in C. elegans, and phenotypes were determined. Of the knocked-out ligase genes, only one, ZK858.4 caused embryonic lethality at both 15˚ and 24˚ C. However, fluorescence microcopy of GFP::MEX-3 demonstrated that ZK858.4 knockout did not appear to increase global MEX-3 concentrations. Determining which protein targets MEX-3 degradation will provide more insight into the molecular mechanisms of determining anterior/posterior patterning in C. elegans early embryonic development.

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    Review of Interdisciplinarity and academic libraries by O'Neill, Ann L.

    Ann L. O’Neill reviews, "Interdisciplinarity and Academic Libraries." This book examines the definition of interdisciplinarity and the related terms of multidisciplinarity, transdisciplinarity and cross-disciplinarity and how these can, and have, affected the work in academic libraries. The ten essays range from definitions and history of interdisciplinarity to the work implications in specific areas of today’s academic libraries.

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    Amitabha (Thangka) by Unknown

    Ground mineral pigment on cotton, silk, 64 (L) x 34-1/2 (W) inches. Amitabha is depicted here at the center of his paradise flanked by Avalokiteshwara and Padmasambhava. Below are eight bodhisattavas, musicians, a devotee and two monks on lotuses. Painted in the Central Tibetan style.

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    Commencement Program 2001 by Colorado College

    Program of Colorado College Class of 2001 Commencement ceremony, May 21, 2001, Colorado College, Colorado Springs, Colorado. CC President Kathryn Mohrman presiding. Commencement speaker, Hon. Kenneth L. Salazar, Attorney General of Colorado and CC Class of 1977, "Diversity, Our Painful Past, Our Bright Future."

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    Chinese Bronze Inlaid Belt Hook (front)

    7 1/2" l. Beveled and arced spatula form terminating in a bird's head hook, inlaid with gold and turquoise forming an intricate series of lozenge-shaped panels enclosing hook and scroll motifs in gold wire against a turquoise ground.

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    Bunraku, Head of a Demon

    Wood, long hair, paint, inlaid eyes and handler's stick. This mask type is often used for the role of a beautiful woman driven mad by tragic events or, more often, by jealousy. 6-1/2 (L) x 3-1/2 (W) x 15-1/4 (H)

  • Thumbnail for Bunraku, Head of a Demon - close up of eyes
    Bunraku, Head of a Demon - close up of eyes

    Wood, long hair, paint, inlaid eyes and handler's stick. This mask type is often used for the role of a beautiful woman driven mad by tragic events or, more often, by jealousy. 6-1/2 (L) x 3-1/2 (W) x 15-1/4 (H).

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    Review of Building bridges : connecting faculty, students, and the college library by Andersen, Patricia

    Patricia Andersen reviews Monty L. McAdoo's, "Building Bridges: Connecting Faculty, Students, and the College Library." Building Bridges gives in-depth, practical advice for librarians, new or not so new to information literacy, with tips on how to both interact with faculty and students to design successful assignments.