Videos tagged with "versus"
Glasgow VS The Letter T (Student Tours Scotland STS 140) [00:49]
Glasgow is a funny wee (small) place. We have a strange accent and often we abuse the English language in ways not thought possible. For example we despise the letter T. This video attempts to explain why - based on four years of International Students telling me what they hate about the accent. Student Tours Scotland takes no responsibility for any buTTer or waTer not used or spoken about properly.
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Bravehearts of Panjaab & Scotland [06:14]
Part of a display with weapons forming part of "Banda Singh Bahadur & William Wallace" day at the Smith Art Gallery and Museum in Stirling, celebrating the two "Bravehearts", William Wallace and Banda Singh Bahadur. quote: "The history of Panjaab and Scotland is a common history of powerful courage versus mighty state tyranny and oppression." Banda Singh Bahadur (1670--1716) was a Sikh warrior and martyr. Concludes with a painting of Banda Singh Bahadur being presented to the Smith. 4 September 2010.
Aaron Versus Wild - 1/31/2009 [01:21]
Aaron tries to tackle a thorny bush on our walk along a trail across the street from Thornly Park in Paisley, Scotland. 1/31/2009
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Deep Sea World - Tiger Barb Fish
is a species of tropical freshwater fish belonging to the Puntius genus of the minnow family. The natural geographic range reportedly extends throughout the Malay peninsula, Sumatra and Borneo, with unsubstantiated sightings reported in Cambodia. Tiger barbs are also found in many other parts of Asia, and with little reliable collection data over long periods of time, definite conclusions about their natural geographic range versus established introductions are difficult. ... Nemo Clownfish ...
Tags: Nemo, Clownfish, aquarium, deep sea world, edinburgh, scotland, attractions, fish, seals, sharks, piranha, crawfish, Sand Tiger sharks, Thornback Ray, Octopus, poison Dart frogs, stonefish, lionfish, zebra fish