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Noticeboard / www.umc.edu.dz
« Last post by RichardAdupe on 22:40:53, 18/06/18 »
Staying with the Information World dominated mainly by the multidimensional involvement of the Internet, the Mentouri Constantine University is home to this space odyssey.
 
In the event the updated presentation of its website, rich in themes and more provided in sections, offers all Algerian and universal Online users an active relay where exchange relations develop for the good thing about knowledge, communication and communication. partnership whoever basic environment is the vast sphere of higher education and scientific research.
 
The interface of this new version, presents a great richness on the university and environmental surroundings in which it is positioned, as well as the ergonomics and the user-friendliness of the parts composing the various web pages of this Internet site; it also offers graphical and interactive interfaces allowing communication between Internet users and the universe of the university. It also runs to information linking the university and its medical and social partners.
 
On top of that, we also want to make the production of Scientific and Technical Details one of the major missions of your university, a mission that is part of its dynamism and its educational and research activities.
 
Finally, this contributions will have the value of engaging our organization to participate actively along the way of dialogue and knowledge sharing.
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General Chat / I am the new girl
« Last post by KarineThur on 06:10:18, 29/05/18 »
It's awesome to pay a quick visit this web page and reading the views of all friends on the topic of this article, while I am also zealous of getting familiarity.
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Leicester History and Expats / Daniel Lambert 1770-1809
« Last post by roger street on 20:06:54, 17/05/18 »
I am planning to write a book on Daniel Lambert of Leicester to be titled 'Daniel Lambert: England's Sporting Colossus'.  I see there are two booklets I would like to acquire, 'Daniel Lambert (1770-1809)' by David T-D Clarke, 1950, and 'Daniel Lambert (1770-1809)' by Benjamin Marshall, 1950.  These are both advertised for sale on the Society's website, stating anyone interested should contact by sending an email to the Chairman of the Society.  I did this but received a message that the mail delivery had failed.  Can anyone let me have an email address which works please.  Roger Street
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Dear all,

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How come? :o
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Leicester History and Expats / Re: my old school
« Last post by CraftyJan on 14:27:00, 19/04/18 »
1965 to 1970 Linwood Boys and they had an Old big valve computer outside of one of the classrooms. Everyone that did the computing course got a pass as it was the first time computing was done. I'd love to know the name of the teacher that took that class!
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Leicester History and Expats / Re: Bond Street Maternity Hospital
« Last post by Nonny on 07:30:52, 16/04/18 »
I only found out in the last few years that i was born there too, in 1970.
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Noticeboard / Test, just a test
« Last post by Dalarinerypoda on 04:35:11, 06/04/18 »
Hello. And Bye.
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Leicester History and Expats / Highfields riots
« Last post by vedasteelve on 10:34:00, 04/04/18 »
I was in Germany at the time and just couldn't imagine riots in what was once a great city.
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Leicester History and Expats / happy new year
« Last post by vedasteelve on 18:44:44, 02/04/18 »
Happy new Year to everybody

great community and great guys here... 

Wish you all a successful year

Cheers

Raf
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