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Tanya M. Smith: A Bite Through Time

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Posted: 02.02.12, 08:12 PM
I would have loved to have watched this lecture for a second time, as the subject is fascinating. However, the speaker's use of the word "Right?" as punctuation at the end of EVERY sentence is incredibly distracting and thoroughly irritating. Surely, someone of this educational level is capable of expressing herself better?
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Posted: 04.18.11, 11:18 AM
I love how Tanya uses her sense of humour to make the topic of evolutionary anthropology fun for those, like myself, who may not have a thorough enough biology background for what she is sharing in. Valuable and interesting talk on teeth and of their markers of time. Thank you for sharing this talk.