• journal smala QR code? Clovis Darrigan répond smala

    published: 11 Mar 2011
  • Pressroom at Clovis News Journal

    Printing the ENMU Schedules. I love this Web Printing Press.

    published: 22 Feb 2013
  • Mailroom Recruiting Video - Clovis News Journal

    Mailroom Recruiting Video

    published: 28 Feb 2013
  • Clovis Cornillac - Le scan de Kevin Razy - Le Before du Grand Journal

    Tous les mercredis, Kevin Razy vient scanner son invité ! Clovis Cornillac se plie à l'exercice. Toutes les vidéos du Before http://www.canalplus.fr/lebeforeLGJ Devenez Fan : http://www.facebook.com/BeforeLGJ Suivez-nous : http://twitter.com/BEFORELGJ

    published: 15 Jan 2014
  • Clovis.

    Clovis the dragon, sketching and colouring. Dessin et mise en couleur d'un personnage. Dessin/couleurs: Fabien Mense musique:Vandroid OST -Master And Slave (Van She Tech Remix)

    published: 29 Aug 2014
  • 3D scan of a Clovis stone projectile point

    This video was created by Dr. Sabrina Sholts of the Human Evolution Research Center at the University of California in Berkeley using 3D digital scans of a Clovis stone projectile point from the collections of the Department of Anthropology, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution. Scans of Clovis stone points from the Smithsonian were the subject of the scientific paper "Flake scar patterns of Clovis points analyzed with a new digital morphometrics approach: Evidence for direct transmissions of technological knowledge across early North America," in an upcoming issue of the Journal of Archaeological Science, May 2012.

    published: 10 May 2012
  • Clovis culture

    The Clovis culture is a prehistoric Paleo-Indian culture, named after distinct stone tools found at sites near Clovis, New Mexico, in the 1920s and 1930s. The Clovis culture appears around 11,500–11,000 uncal RCYBP, at the end of the last glacial period, and is characterized by the manufacture of "Clovis points" and distinctive bone and ivory tools. Archaeologists' most precise determinations at present suggest that this radiocarbon age is equal to roughly 13,200 to 12,900 calendar years ago. Clovis people are considered to be the ancestors of most of the indigenous cultures of the Americas. The only human burial that has been directly associated with tools from the Clovis culture included the remains of an infant boy named Anzick-1. Researchers from the United States and Europe conducted ...

    published: 30 Dec 2015
  • Draw My OC Contest Submission: The Kitty Dance ft. Clovis

    *Looks at calendar* 1ST DECEMBER IN A FEW DAYS?? OH NO D: Yeah, I couldn't finish it in time because of all the stuff I got caught up with and there was a bit that I animated a little more but the file never saved properly -.- So this is all I have, but I'll just submit it anyway. *SIGH* Sorry, Rachel... Original contest information journal: http://clovis-cutestkitten.deviantart.com/journal/Draw-My-OC-Contest-OPEN-390960265?offset=125#comments My journal about the contest: http://shahdar.deviantart.com/journal/More-contests-Haha-I-join-too-many-405747756 Clovis-cutestkitten - Rachel: http://clovis-cutestkitten.deviantart.com/ Shahdar - Me on DeviantART: http://shahdar.deviantart.com/ Other submissions: http://clovis-cutestkitten.deviantart.com/favourites/56837661 Other ANTHRO submissions...

    published: 29 Nov 2013
  • Sketch Video #27: Sketching Clovis, California

    Rob Carey making two sketches of the Jensen & Pilegard building in Old Town Clovis, California. Sketches were done on October 11, 2014. The mechanical pencil used is a Cretacolor Ergonomic from Austria. The fountain pen is a Lamy Safari. The brush is a Richeson Kolinsky 12 from Germany. The watercolor field kit is Winsor & Newton, although the paints are a mixture of brands. The paper is 140 lb. Strathmore cold press.

    published: 12 Oct 2014
  • Tracking The First Americans Ancient Voices

    A study of skulls excavated from the tip of Baja California in Mexico suggests that the first Americans may not have been the ancestors of today's Amerindians, but another people who came from Southeast Asia and the southern Pacific area. The question of who colonized the Americas, and when, has long been hotly debated. Traditionally, Native Americans are believed to have descended from northeast Asia, arriving over a land bridge between Siberia and Alaska some 12,000 years ago and then migrating across North and South America. But recent research, including the Baja California study, indicates that the initial settlement of the continent was instead driven by Southeast Asians who occupied Australia 60,000 years ago and then expanded into the Americas about 13,500 years ago, prior to Mon...

    published: 18 Aug 2013
  • Anakin Reunites with Padmé Amidala - Star Wars: The Clone Wars - Full Scene 1080p HD

    Anakin discreetly returns to Coruscant to his wife Padmé's apartment. They prepare for a romantic evening, when Anakin gets signaled by the Council to return to the Jedi Temple, forcing him to cut his evening short. Before the Council, he is told that they need a spy in the Senate to spy on Senator Rush Clovis, who is suspected of being a Separatist supporter. However, they can't afford to have Jedi taking official action in this, thus they need to convince Padmé to join their cause, as she is close to Clovis. Though Anakin doesn't believe that she would be right for the job, the Masters insist on him appointing her, because she trusts him; Yoda attempted to enlist her earlier but was rebuffed. The next day, at the Senate, Anakin locates his wife, who is obviously resentful of him leaving...

    published: 10 Jan 2016
  • Florida sinkhole reveals that we've been wrong about when the first Americans arrived - TomoNews

    TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA — A collection of fossils and artifacts retrieved from a sinkhole in a river on Florida's Gulf Coast may provide some of the oldest evidence of human presence in North America. The Page-Ladson archaeological site, submerged 35 feet under Florida's Aucilla River, was the site of several digs in the 1980s and 1990s. A new team that included researchers from Florida State University and Texas A&M University decided to follow up on decades-old research between 2012 and 2014. After more than a hundred dives into the sinkhole, the team published their findings last week in the journal Science Advances. The researchers discovered mastodon bones, fossilized dung and stone tools in the sinkhole that provide compelling evidence that humans spread across North America far ea...

    published: 23 May 2016
  • Histoire de France 2 : Clovis

    Clovis, le premier roi chrétien des Francs, 466-511

    published: 28 Sep 2012
  • Interview de M. Clovis TCHOKONTE, PDG Matrix Telecoms, par le journal américain The Herald Tribune

    I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)

    published: 22 Feb 2013
  • A Study in Red - Thunderball Films

    This dark psychological thriller tells of the incredible and terrifying events that surround psychiatrist Robert Cavendish when he inherits a decrepit, yellowed journal that appears to have been written by the infamous Whitechapel Murderer, who terrorised the streets of the East End of London in 1888.... ThunderBall Films

    published: 30 Apr 2010
  • Auto Repair Shop Clovis NM Blacklock's Auto & Truck Repair

    Blacklock's Auto & Truck Repair is your source for top-quality repairs at affordable prices. For over 17 years, we have served the community with integrity, making us Curry County's auto repair shop of choice. Recently, we were named the best mechanic in town by the Clovis New Journal. Our team specializes in all aspects of foreign and domestic auto repair. We are experienced and reliable, so you can rest assured that we will get you back on the road fast. With all repairs, we offer free rides to and from our shop. Blacklock's Auto & Truck Repair is a licensed and fully insured auto repair shop. We also specialize in vehicle maintenance. At Blacklock's Auto & Truck Repair in Clovis, NM, we strive to make your auto repair experience with us pleasant and stress free. We offer excellent...

    published: 19 Sep 2013
journal smala QR code? Clovis Darrigan répond   smala

journal smala QR code? Clovis Darrigan répond smala

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Pressroom at Clovis News Journal

Pressroom at Clovis News Journal

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Printing the ENMU Schedules. I love this Web Printing Press.
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Mailroom Recruiting Video - Clovis News Journal

Mailroom Recruiting Video - Clovis News Journal

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Mailroom Recruiting Video
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Clovis Cornillac - Le scan de Kevin Razy - Le Before du Grand Journal

Clovis Cornillac - Le scan de Kevin Razy - Le Before du Grand Journal

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Tous les mercredis, Kevin Razy vient scanner son invité ! Clovis Cornillac se plie à l'exercice. Toutes les vidéos du Before http://www.canalplus.fr/lebeforeLGJ Devenez Fan : http://www.facebook.com/BeforeLGJ Suivez-nous : http://twitter.com/BEFORELGJ
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Clovis.

Clovis.

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Clovis the dragon, sketching and colouring. Dessin et mise en couleur d'un personnage. Dessin/couleurs: Fabien Mense musique:Vandroid OST -Master And Slave (Van She Tech Remix)
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3D scan of a Clovis stone projectile point

3D scan of a Clovis stone projectile point

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This video was created by Dr. Sabrina Sholts of the Human Evolution Research Center at the University of California in Berkeley using 3D digital scans of a Clovis stone projectile point from the collections of the Department of Anthropology, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution. Scans of Clovis stone points from the Smithsonian were the subject of the scientific paper "Flake scar patterns of Clovis points analyzed with a new digital morphometrics approach: Evidence for direct transmissions of technological knowledge across early North America," in an upcoming issue of the Journal of Archaeological Science, May 2012.
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Clovis culture

Clovis culture

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The Clovis culture is a prehistoric Paleo-Indian culture, named after distinct stone tools found at sites near Clovis, New Mexico, in the 1920s and 1930s. The Clovis culture appears around 11,500–11,000 uncal RCYBP, at the end of the last glacial period, and is characterized by the manufacture of "Clovis points" and distinctive bone and ivory tools. Archaeologists' most precise determinations at present suggest that this radiocarbon age is equal to roughly 13,200 to 12,900 calendar years ago. Clovis people are considered to be the ancestors of most of the indigenous cultures of the Americas. The only human burial that has been directly associated with tools from the Clovis culture included the remains of an infant boy named Anzick-1. Researchers from the United States and Europe conducted paleogenetic research on Anzick-1's ancient nuclear, mitochondrial, and Y-chromosome DNA. The results of these analyses reveal that Anzick-1 is closely related to modern Native American populations, which lends support to the Beringia hypothesis for the peopling of the Americas. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Draw My OC Contest Submission: The Kitty Dance ft. Clovis

Draw My OC Contest Submission: The Kitty Dance ft. Clovis

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*Looks at calendar* 1ST DECEMBER IN A FEW DAYS?? OH NO D: Yeah, I couldn't finish it in time because of all the stuff I got caught up with and there was a bit that I animated a little more but the file never saved properly -.- So this is all I have, but I'll just submit it anyway. *SIGH* Sorry, Rachel... Original contest information journal: http://clovis-cutestkitten.deviantart.com/journal/Draw-My-OC-Contest-OPEN-390960265?offset=125#comments My journal about the contest: http://shahdar.deviantart.com/journal/More-contests-Haha-I-join-too-many-405747756 Clovis-cutestkitten - Rachel: http://clovis-cutestkitten.deviantart.com/ Shahdar - Me on DeviantART: http://shahdar.deviantart.com/ Other submissions: http://clovis-cutestkitten.deviantart.com/favourites/56837661 Other ANTHRO submissions:http://clovis-cutestkitten.deviantart.com/favourites/56837663 Original Kitty Cat Dance
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Sketch Video #27: Sketching Clovis, California

Sketch Video #27: Sketching Clovis, California

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Rob Carey making two sketches of the Jensen & Pilegard building in Old Town Clovis, California. Sketches were done on October 11, 2014. The mechanical pencil used is a Cretacolor Ergonomic from Austria. The fountain pen is a Lamy Safari. The brush is a Richeson Kolinsky 12 from Germany. The watercolor field kit is Winsor & Newton, although the paints are a mixture of brands. The paper is 140 lb. Strathmore cold press.
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Tracking The First Americans Ancient Voices

Tracking The First Americans Ancient Voices

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A study of skulls excavated from the tip of Baja California in Mexico suggests that the first Americans may not have been the ancestors of today's Amerindians, but another people who came from Southeast Asia and the southern Pacific area. The question of who colonized the Americas, and when, has long been hotly debated. Traditionally, Native Americans are believed to have descended from northeast Asia, arriving over a land bridge between Siberia and Alaska some 12,000 years ago and then migrating across North and South America. But recent research, including the Baja California study, indicates that the initial settlement of the continent was instead driven by Southeast Asians who occupied Australia 60,000 years ago and then expanded into the Americas about 13,500 years ago, prior to Mongoloid people arriving from northeast Asia. The skulls from Baja California, which may date back only a few hundred years, have slender-looking faces that are different from the broad-cheeked craniums of modern Amerindians, the descendants of the Mongoloid people. "Our results change the traditional idea that all modern Amerindians present morphological affinities with East Asians as a result of a single migration," said Rolando González-José of the University of Barcelona, Spain, who led the study. "The settlement of the New World is better explained by considering a continuous influx of people from Asia." The new study is reported in this week's issue of the science journal Nature, and could further fuel the controversy surrounding the origins of the first Americans, which is a controversial issue for American Indians in particular. Challenging Clovis Conventional wisdom says that Native Americans descended from prehistoric hunters who walked from northeast Asia across a land bridge, formed at the end of the Ice Age, to Alaska some 12,000 years ago. American Indians resemble the people of Mongolia, China and Siberia. In the 1930s, archeologists found stone spear points among the bones of mammoths near Clovis, New Mexico. Radio carbon dating in the 1950s showed that the oldest site was 11,400 years old. The sites were assumed, for years, to be the first evidence of human occupation in the Americas. But more recent discoveries challenge the Clovis story. In 1996, archeologists in southern Chile found weapons and tools dating back 12,500 years. In Brazil, they found some of the oldest human remains in the Americas, among them a skeleton—named Luzia—that is more than 11,000 years old. Luzia did not look like American Indians. Instead, her facial features matched most closely with the native Aborigines in Australia. These people date back to about 60,000 years and were themselves descended from the first humans who probably originated in Africa. The researchers believe Luzia was part of a people, referred to as "Paleoamericans," who migrated into the Americas—possibly even by boat—long before the Mongoloid people. These Paleoamericans may later have been wiped out by or interbred with Mongoloids invading from the north.
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Anakin Reunites with Padmé Amidala - Star Wars: The Clone Wars - Full Scene 1080p HD

Anakin Reunites with Padmé Amidala - Star Wars: The Clone Wars - Full Scene 1080p HD

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Anakin discreetly returns to Coruscant to his wife Padmé's apartment. They prepare for a romantic evening, when Anakin gets signaled by the Council to return to the Jedi Temple, forcing him to cut his evening short. Before the Council, he is told that they need a spy in the Senate to spy on Senator Rush Clovis, who is suspected of being a Separatist supporter. However, they can't afford to have Jedi taking official action in this, thus they need to convince Padmé to join their cause, as she is close to Clovis. Though Anakin doesn't believe that she would be right for the job, the Masters insist on him appointing her, because she trusts him; Yoda attempted to enlist her earlier but was rebuffed. The next day, at the Senate, Anakin locates his wife, who is obviously resentful of him leaving her last night. He asks her about Clovis, and she says she already told Yoda she doesn't want to spy on him, as he is a colleague and an old friend. However, when she learns that Clovis is collaborating with the Separatists, she immediately agrees to do it. Anakin tries to convince her not to, considering that it may be dangerous, but she reminds him that she is doing her duty. They both go before the Jedi Council, where Padmé admits that she hasn't seen Clovis for a long time. They were close in the past, but she wanted to maintain a professional relationship, which he took very hard. The Masters encourage her to regain his trust in finding out his treachery. She meets with Clovis at a bar, where he explains that he's planning on going to Cato Neimoidia to negotiate with the Trade Federation; he offers her to come along, for political and personal reasons. As they prepare to depart, Anakin, being the pilot for Padmé's ship, becomes jealous when Clovis kisses her on both cheeks. He assists them with getting seated on the ship, preparing a seat for Padmé, and breaking the one next to it, so that it can't get fastened. On takeoff, he jerks the ship around to prevent Clovis from kissing Padmé again. As soon as they arrive on Cato Neimoidia, they are greeted by Neimoidian Senator Lott Dod. Padmé is shown to her quarters while Dod and Clovis discuss "business"—which involves the amount of credits needed to build the new droid foundry—with Poggle the Lesser. Clovis refuses to lend them any more credits. Padmé attempts to spy on them while taking a "walk", but they shut down the holographic blueprints. As Clovis leads Padmé away, Dod and Poggle realize that she is Clovis' weakness and plan on poisoning her to force him to cooperate. This amazing scene in 1080p HD is from the full Episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 2 Episode 4 - Senate Spy.
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Florida sinkhole reveals that we've been wrong about when the first Americans arrived - TomoNews

Florida sinkhole reveals that we've been wrong about when the first Americans arrived - TomoNews

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TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA — A collection of fossils and artifacts retrieved from a sinkhole in a river on Florida's Gulf Coast may provide some of the oldest evidence of human presence in North America. The Page-Ladson archaeological site, submerged 35 feet under Florida's Aucilla River, was the site of several digs in the 1980s and 1990s. A new team that included researchers from Florida State University and Texas A&M University decided to follow up on decades-old research between 2012 and 2014. After more than a hundred dives into the sinkhole, the team published their findings last week in the journal Science Advances. The researchers discovered mastodon bones, fossilized dung and stone tools in the sinkhole that provide compelling evidence that humans spread across North America far earlier than archaeologists previously thought. According to their research paper, the stone tools recovered from the sinkhole include a biface, a stone that's been manually sharpened on both ends. On a previous excavation at the site, archaeologists found an adult mastodon tusk that appeared to have human-made grooves along its surface, reported the Christian Science Monitor. Prehistoric humans called the Clovis culture were believed to have originally arrived in North America via a land bridge about 13,000 years ago — as mammoth bones and spearheads have revealed. However, according to the Guardian, some of the artifacts recently discovered within the Aucilla River date back to more than 14,550 years ago when the land bridge may not have existed. What these new discoveries suggest is that a land bridge from Siberia may not be the answer to how the first humans initially colonized North America. Moreover, evidence suggests that people were in North America before the Clovis. ----------------------------------------­--------------------- Welcome to TomoNews, where we animate the most entertaining news on the internets. Come here for an animated look at viral headlines, US news, celebrity gossip, salacious scandals, dumb criminals and much more! Subscribe now for daily news animations that will knock your socks off. Visit our official website for all the latest, uncensored videos: http://us.tomonews.com Check out our Android app: http://bit.ly/1rddhCj Check out our iOS app: http://bit.ly/1gO3z1f Get top stories delivered to your inbox everyday: http://bit.ly/tomo-newsletter Stay connected with us here: Facebook http://www.facebook.com/TomoNewsUS Twitter @tomonewsus http://www.twitter.com/TomoNewsUS Google+ http://plus.google.com/+TomoNewsUS/ Instagram @tomonewsus http://instagram.com/tomonewsus
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Histoire de France 2 : Clovis

Histoire de France 2 : Clovis

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Clovis, le premier roi chrétien des Francs, 466-511
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Interview de M. Clovis TCHOKONTE, PDG Matrix Telecoms, par le journal américain The Herald Tribune

Interview de M. Clovis TCHOKONTE, PDG Matrix Telecoms, par le journal américain The Herald Tribune

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I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)
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A Study in Red - Thunderball Films

A Study in Red - Thunderball Films

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This dark psychological thriller tells of the incredible and terrifying events that surround psychiatrist Robert Cavendish when he inherits a decrepit, yellowed journal that appears to have been written by the infamous Whitechapel Murderer, who terrorised the streets of the East End of London in 1888.... ThunderBall Films
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Auto Repair Shop Clovis NM Blacklock's Auto & Truck Repair

Auto Repair Shop Clovis NM Blacklock's Auto & Truck Repair

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Blacklock's Auto & Truck Repair is your source for top-quality repairs at affordable prices. For over 17 years, we have served the community with integrity, making us Curry County's auto repair shop of choice. Recently, we were named the best mechanic in town by the Clovis New Journal. Our team specializes in all aspects of foreign and domestic auto repair. We are experienced and reliable, so you can rest assured that we will get you back on the road fast. With all repairs, we offer free rides to and from our shop. Blacklock's Auto & Truck Repair is a licensed and fully insured auto repair shop. We also specialize in vehicle maintenance. At Blacklock's Auto & Truck Repair in Clovis, NM, we strive to make your auto repair experience with us pleasant and stress free. We offer excellent customer service, along with top-quality work at the most affordable rates. To schedule your service appointment, or for more information, contact our auto repair shop today at 575-742-1694. autorepairshopclovis.com Feelin Good ver 2 Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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