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TIKZ can give you some measure of control when you want to position
text or figures, and is useful for drawing basic shapes (lines,
arrows, highlight boxes, polygons).

Most of what I learned from TIKZ comes from
1) Z. Walczak’s manual at
http://www.tug.org/TUGboat/tb29-1/tb91walczak.pdf
and 2) other people’s TIKZ slides.

See also http://www.cremeronline.com/LaTeX/minimaltikz.pdf

This page summarizes what I have been able to understand;
please see the tex file and pdf result for the code below at
/home/markowitz/talks/litclub/tikzprac.pdf and tikzprac.tex

Header and definitions (mostly taken from one of Tommy’s talks)

\documentclassbeamer
\usethemeFrankfurt
\useinnerthemecircles
\usecolorthemewolverine
\usepackage[utf8]inputenc  % ggfs. anpassen -- Eingabekodierung
\usepackage[T1]fontenc  % Zeichensatzkodierung
\usepackage[english]babel  % Sprache einstellen
\usepackageragged2e  % besserer Flattersatz
\usepackagexspace  % intelligenter Abstand
\usepackagegraphicx
\usepackagemulticol
\usepackagepdfpages
\usepackagetikz  % Plotting and alignment tools
\usetikzlibraryshadows
\usetikzlibraryfadings
\usepackage[outline]contour
\contourlength0.2pt
% set your graphics path
\graphicspath./figsXTE/
\newcommand\Msun\hbox$\rm\thinspace M_\odot$
\newcommand\Lsun\hbox$\rm\thinspace L_\odot$
\setbeamersizetext margin left=5mm
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% define your own colors:
% especially the standard green needs to be dark
\definecolortdgreenrgb0,0.6,0
\definecolortdbluergb.114, .157, .706
\definecolortdredrgb0.922, .086, .086
\definecoloragmcyanrgb0.401, .986, .986 
% for creating my title page, I define my font sizes
\newcommand\titleFontSize\fontsize0.65cm0.6cm\selectfont
\newcommand\authorFontSize\fontsize0.55cm0.5cm\selectfont
% simple commands for highlighting text in different colors
\newcommand\greentext[1]\colortdgreen#1
\newcommand\redtext[1]\colortdred#1
\newcommand\bluetext[1]\colortdblue#1
\newcommand\yellowtext[1]\coloryellow#1
\newcommand\cyantext[1]\coloragmcyan\contourblack#1
% define my own slides: style chosen here is plain
\newcommand\tdframe[1]\frame[plain]#1
\definecolorAuthorsrgb0.8,0.1,0.01
\newcommand\outlineCaption[1]\textbf\pscharpath[linecolor=orange,linewidth=.1pt, gradangle=90,fillstyle=gradient,gradbegin=Authors,gradend=Authors,gradmidpoint=1]#1

Code for setting up a TIKZ picture, positioning and drawing

\begindocument
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
\sectionIntro.
\beginframe
\frametitleAnchors, Lines, Arrows
\centering 
%%% Do "y=\textheight" if there is no "\frametitle"
%%% Do "y=0.88\textheight" if there is a "\frametitle"
\begintikzpicture[x=\columnwidth, y=0.88\textheight]
% define the coordinate system
\path [use as bounding box] (0,0) rectangle(1,1); 
% % % % % % % % anchoring a picture:
\draw (0.06,0.85) node [anchor=west] \includegraphics[height=2.8\baselineskip]f3a.jpg ;
% % % % % % % % anchoring text:
\draw[color=tdgreen] (0.50,0.90) node [anchor=west] \tiny \centering \textbf0.50 0.90 anchor=west ;
\draw[color=red] (0.50,0.90) node [anchor=east] \tiny \centering \textbf0.50 0.90 anchor=east ;
\draw[color=blue] (0.50,0.90) node [anchor=north] \tiny \centering \textbf0.50 0.90 anchor=north ;
\draw[color=pink] (0.50,0.90) node [anchor=south] \tiny \centering \textbf0.50 0.90 anchor=south ;
% % % % % % % % Highlight boxes:
\draw[color=yellow] (0.87,0.94) node [anchor=center,text width=2.4cm,fill=black!65, rounded corners]
\centering \textbfHighlight box;
\draw[color=yellow] (0.87,+0.80)
node [anchor=center, text width=0.7cm, fill=tdgreen!85, drop shadow] \scriptsize \centering \textbfBox2 ;
\draw[color=black] (0.87,+0.66)
node [anchor=center, text width=0.7cm, fill=black!05, drop shadow, rounded corners] \scriptsize \centering \textbfBox3 ;

% % % % % % % % Lines and arrows (curved \& straight):
\draw [-, line width=0.1mm, color=purple] (0.00,0.00) -- (0.00,1.00);
\draw [-, line width=0.1mm, color=yellow] (1.00,0.00) -- (1.00,1.00);
\draw [->,line width=0.8mm, color=orange] (0.06,0.43) -- (0.18,0.43);
\draw [-, line width=0.6mm, color=red] (0.06,0.40) -- (0.18,0.38);
\draw [<->,line width=0.4mm, color=green] (0.06,0.35) to [out=40,in=135] (0.18,0.33);
\draw [->,line width=0.2mm, color=cyan] (0.06,0.32) to [out=+40,in=-70] (0.22,0.25);
\draw [->,line width=0.2mm, color=tdblue] (0.06,0.25) to [out=-40,in=-70] (0.22,0.15);

% % % % % % % % drawing shapes and associated text:
\draw (0.50,0.25) node
[circle,draw,dashed]1 -- (0.55,0.33) node [circle,draw,dashed]2;
\draw
(0.50,0.11) node [anchor=north east,circle,draw,dashed]3 --
(0.55,0.19) node [anchor=south west,circle,draw,dashed]4;
% % % % % % % % drawing shapes and associated text: a rectangle with text:
\draw [color=red] (0.85,0.25) node
[rectangle,dashed,draw,color=green,label=above:On Top,label=below:\textbfunder]\textitmy rectangle;
 \endtikzpicture
\endframe
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
\sectionmore shapes
\beginframe
%\frametitleSlide 2
\centering 
%%% Do "y=\textheight" if there is no "\frametitle"
%%% Do "y=0.88\textheight" if there is a "\frametitle"
\begintikzpicture[x=\columnwidth, y=\textheight]
% define the coordinate system
\path [use as bounding box] (0,0) rectangle(1,1);
\draw [-, line width=0.1mm, color=brown] (0.00,0.00) -- (0.00,1.00)
-- (1.00,1.00) -- (1.00,0.00) -- cycle;
% % % % % % % % % % % % Circles:
\draw (0.08,0.86) circle (6mm);
\draw [line width=0.8mm,color=green] (0.23,0.86) circle (4ex);
% % % % % % % % % % % % Filled circle:
\draw [line width=1.8mm,color=orange,fill=gray!30!white] (0.38,0.86) circle (4ex);
% % % % % % % % % % % % Ellipses:
\draw (0.56, 0.86) [line width=0.2mm,color=blue] ellipse (7pt and 24pt);
\draw (0.56, 0.86) [line width=0.2mm,color=gray] ellipse (24pt and 7pt);
% % % % % % % % % % % % A filled triangle:
\draw [color=green,fill=brown,line width=0.2mm] (0.82,0.90) -- (0.89,0.97) --
(0.94,0.93) -- cycle;
% % % % % % % % % % % % Arcs and filled arcs:
% % % % % % % % % % % % (notice that those are semicolons,
% % % % % % % % % % % % not commas, in the arguments for 'arc')
\draw (0.23,0.65) [line width=0.6mm,color=brown,dashed] arc (-65:+80:2ex);
\draw (0.33,0.65) [line width=0.2mm,color=red] arc (-45:+60:2ex);
\draw (0.43,0.65) [line width=0.4mm,color=blue,fill=yellow] arc (-45:+68:2ex);
% % % % % % % % % % % % A shape with an arc and lines:
\fill [yellow] (0.50,0.50) -- (0.56,0.57) arc(-135:+88:5ex) -- cycle;
% % % % % % % % % % % % Grids:
\draw [step=0.50cm,cyan,thin,dashed] (0.12,0.03) grid (0.9,0.45);
\draw [step=0.25cm,gray,thick,dotted] (0.9,0.03) grid (0.97,0.45);
% % % % % % % % % % % % Polygons featuring arcs:
% % % % % % % % % % % % Pac-man:
\draw [line width=0.1mm,fill=yellow] (0.39,0.24) --
(0.4766,0.29) arc (+25:+335:1.1cm) -- cycle;
% % % % % % % % % % % % Ghost:
\draw [color=cyan,fill=blue,line width=0.2mm] (0.60,0.17) -- (0.60,0.25)
arc (+180:0:0.05\textwidth) -- (0.70,0.17) --
(0.683,0.19) --
(0.667,0.17) --
(0.650,0.19) --
(0.633,0.17) --
(0.616,0.19) -- cycle;
\draw (0.6363,0.26) [color=pink,fill] circle (0.31ex);
\draw (0.6637,0.26) [color=pink,fill] circle (0.31ex);
\draw [-,color=pink,line width=0.2mm] (0.617,0.22) to [out=+0,in=+180] (0.628,0.225) to [out=+0,in=+180] (0.639,0.22) to [out=+0,in=+180] (0.650,0.225) to [out=+0,in=+180] (0.661,0.22) to [out=+0,in=+180] (0.672,0.225) to [out=+0,in=+180] (0.683,0.22)  ;
 \endtikzpicture
\endframe
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      Graduate College
      University of Lancaster
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      Graduate College
                                         
      Established1992
      Named forGraduate students
      Principal Claire Povah
      Postgraduate Board ChairJoshua Kingston
      DeanGareth Ellis
      Postgraduates3,555
      NewspaperGradNews
      Website Graduate College

      Graduate College is the only college in Lancaster University to take postgraduate students rather than undergraduates. Until its creation in 1992 each of the other eight colleges also took postgraduates. The university had a lot of success in postgraduate work, and it was felt postgraduates should have their own college for social, administrative and accommodation purposes. All incoming postgraduate students are members of the college, even those Lancaster graduates who were members of other colleges when undergraduates.

      The college bar, the Herdwick , is known for its large beer festivals, its constant supply of real ale and a variety of whiskies. It is listed in the Good Beer Guide , one of three student bars in the country to be included. The bar is also known for its weekly live music nights, usually every Thursday when a mix of student and non-student bands play.

      Graduate College is currently branded as LU GRAD. The college is currently planning to adopt a new name, which is as of yet undecided, by the beginning of the 2018/19 academic year. [1]

      Contents

      • 1 Governance
      • 2 Postgraduate Board
      • 3 Activities
      • 4 References
      • 5 External links

      Governance[ edit ]

      According to the college constitution the aims of the college are “to stimulate and support graduate studies at the University, to enhance the University’s national and international academic reputation, and to advance knowledge, wisdom and understanding”.

      Postgraduate Board[ edit ]

      Instead of having a JCR , there is a Postgraduate Board (PG Board). Unlike the University of York , where the Graduate Students’ Association is separate from the main students’ union, the PG Board is a sub-committee of the Students’ Union , of which all postgraduates are full members. [2] The PG Board instead operates more as a residents’ association, focusing mainly on social events and residential welfare issues; it relies heavily on its parent organisation for most services. The PG Board is similar in structure to the JCR Executives seen in the undergraduate colleges, but is led by a chair (rather than a president), and includes a number of Members without Portfolio . [3]

      Activities[ edit ]

      • Day trips: The Graduate College hosts and coordinates a number of trips for students throughout the academic year, which are announced on their site, with tickets going on sale around two weeks prior to the date of the trip. [4]
      • New Cafe: The New Cafe is an opportunity for PhD students to present their work to other PhDs. Students hear about researches from their peers.
      • Postgraduate Research Conference: The conference is a multidisciplinary conference providing delegates with the opportunity to present to, network with and learn from other students from other disciplines.

      Graduate College

      References[ edit ]

      1. ^ “College Rebranding” . Graduate College. Graduate College, Lancaster. 
      2. ^ “Postgraduate board” . LUSU. Retrieved 28 September 2017. 
      3. ^ “Postgraduate Board Bye Law” (PDF). LUSU. Retrieved 28 September 2017. 
      4. ^ “Lancaster University Graduate College » Day Trips” . www.lancaster.ac.uk. Retrieved 2016-05-07. 

      Coordinates : 54°00′17″N 2°47′16″W / 54.00465°N 2.78773°W / 54.00465; -2.78773

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            Rabindranath Tagore
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            The history of Indian literature can be traced to the sixth century B.C., when the great epics were composed in verse. The most significant feature of Indian literature is its diversity, which is due to the country’s variety of languages and sub-cultures. Poetry is one of the greatest genres. Indian poets have been writing in English since the early 19th century and their work is widely read all over the world. Here are the ten most famous Indian English poets.

            Rabindra Nath Tagore

            The Indian Nobel Laureate.
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            Rabindra Nath Tagore (1861- 1941) was one of the greatest writers in the history of Indian literature. He won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1913. Though he wrote in almost all literature genres, it is as a poet he was internationally recognized. The Irish poet W.B. Yeats introduced Tagore to western readers. Tagore was the first Indian poet to gain a permanent place in the canon of world literature. His poems express intense romantic and mystic sensibilities and can be compared to those of William Wordsworth and William Blake for their mystic and romantic spirit. Gitanjali is considered as his masterpiece and his most famous collection is The Gardener, Fruit Gathering, Fugitive, and other poems.

            Sarojini Naidu

            Sarojini Naidu, the Nightingale of India.
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            Sarojini Naidu (1829 – 1949) was one of India’s most famous female poets. Her work is noted for is expression of various shades of romantic sensibilities and fervor. Her poems combine elements of Indian culture and civilization and serve as mirrors to the time in which she lived. The major themes of Sarojini Naidu’s poems are search for pure love, seeking comfort in natural beauty, and everyday experiences of life. Sarojini Naidu was known as “the Nightingale of India.”

            Nissim Ezekiel

            Nissim Ezekiel is one of the India’s most famous English poets. His poems integrate the complexities and anxieties of urban life and depict ordinary human situations and relationships.The role of religion, the clash of opposites in various forms, and search for identity are his major concerns as a poet.

            Jayanta Mahapatra

            Jayanta Mahapatra is an outstanding Indian poet of post-independence India. His poems explore intricate human relationships. A major source for his poetry’s vivid imagery is the landscape of Orissa and surroundings. Mahapatra’s acute and ironic observations of life make his poetry appeal to all types of readers.

            Sri Aurobindo Ghosh

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            Aurobindo Gosh is one of the few Indian poets who could blend both western and eastern poetic sensibilities. He was master of all poetry genres. His poems, which touch on metaphysical themes, express his ardent philosophy of life and mystic thoughts. They are not only pleasing and moving, but inspiring and elevating. Aurobindo showed excellent narrative and lyrical poetic skills. His most famous works are “The Life Divine,” “Savitri,” Six Poems, and Collected Poems and Plays.

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            A.K. Ramaujan is a well known bilingual poet who writes both in English and Kannada. His poetry expresses “an Indian sensibility sharpened and conditioned by western education.” He is considered a “perfect poet,” as he uses language, images, and varied themes effortlessly. Irony is his forte. His most acclaimed works are “The Striders,” “Relations,” and ”Poems.”

            Keki N. Daruwalla

            Keki.N Daruwalla is a front-ranking modern Indian English poet who depicts his life and time in realistic poems. He is a expert in the use of perfect poetic language, using almost all poetic tools better than any other Indian poet. Daruwalla’s poems are full of images drawn from urban landscapes and environment.

            Kamala Das

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            Kamala Das is the most famous female English-language poet in India. Her poems appear in the syllabi of literary studies courses at many international universities. Her work is the ardent expression of a very sensitive soul always on the search for pure and intense love without restrictions. Many critics have observed that her writing can be termed “confessional” and “feminist to the core,” but others say her work is above any classification.

            Gieve Patel

            Gieve Patel depicts contemporary reality with pungent humor and a crude sense of irony. He is noted for his ability to transform ordinary events into heart stirring poems. A number of Gieve Patel’s poems deal with issues of the downtrodden and their search for identity.

            A.K. Mehrortra

            A. K. Mehrotra is one of the best-known poet in India. His poems are ironical depictions of modern reality with a touch of surrealism. His fame rests in the use of conversational tone, transparent imagery, and geographical description. A. K. Mehrotra’s noted works are “Nine Enclosures,” and “Middle Earth.”

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                madhav jha 

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                I love rabindranath tagore

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                Manasi 

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                World Poet is an Indian……..

                Rabindranath Tagore

                I am proud to be an Indian…

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                I am filling very proud because ravindra nath is our national poet

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                karan and sneha 

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                I love ravindre nath

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                I love ravindre nath

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                I love ravindra nath because he is the our national poet

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                veryyyyyyyyy niccceeeeeeee & interesting………. i lOvE iNdIaN wRiTeRs VeRy MuCh ……………!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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                indian poets r best

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                i love indian authers as we all now that rabindranath tagoure wrote national anthem . i like my india and its poets

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                These sound like interesting poets! Thanks Kumar Paral!

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                I love Indian and Asian poetry. Thank you for a great hub and collection of Great Indian Poets. We need more hubs such as this. Voted up and tweeted.

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              Writing letters in French can be somewhat tricky because they require particular opening and closing conventions. Following some basic rules of French etiquette and grammar will help you find the correct expressions to use when writing to family, friends, or acquaintances.

              Following Conventions

              For personal correspondence, there are two important conventions in French letters: greetings and closings.

              The expressions you use depend on your relationship with the person you are writing to, particularly whether you know her personally. Also, consider whether to use  tu or vous — tu is the familiar “you,” while vous is the formal greeting for “you” in French.

              Remember that these French expressions do not always translate well into English. These are usable equivalents, rather than literal translations. Following are possible greetings and closings you can use, depending on whether you know the person.

              Greetings

              You can use these greetings either by themselves or with the salutation followed by the person’s name. The greeting in French is listed on the left, while the English translation is on the right. French greetings can be particularly tricky. For example, the French title Mademoiselle—literally “my young lady”—has long been used to distinguish between women, whether due to their age or marital status.

              Shopkeepers and bank clerks always greet female customers with a polite Bonjour, Mademoiselle or Bonjour, Madame. But in a letter, you have to assess the woman’s age in order to choose the correct term, and that can prove challenging.

              You do not know the person
              Monsieur
              Monsieur xxx
              Sir
              Mr. xxx
              Madame
              Madame xxx
              Mrs. xxx
              Mademoiselle
              Mademoiselle xxx
              Miss
              Miss xxx
              MessieursSirs
              You know the person
              Cher Monsieur
              Cher Monsieur xxx
              Dear Sir
              Dear Mr. xxx
              Chère Madame
              Chère Madame xxx
              Dear Mrs. xxx
              Chère Mademoiselle
              Chère Mademoiselle xxx
              Dear Miss
              Dear Miss xxx
              Chers amisDear friends
              Chers Luc et AnneDear Luc and Anne
              Chers grandsparentsDear Grandparents
              Mon cher PaulMy dear Paul
              Mes chers amisMy dear friends
              Ma très chère LiseMy dearest Lise

              Closings

              Closings in French letters can also be tricky, even in personal missives. To help you craft your closing correctly, the following chart uses the same conventions as the previous one: The closing is listed in French on the left, while the translation is on the right.

              To an acquaintance
              Je vous envoie mes bien amicales pensées.Best wishes.
              Recevez, je vous prie, mes meilleures amitiés.Yours sincerely.
              Je vous adresse mon très amical souvenir.Kindest regards.
              To a friend
              Cordialement (à vous)Sincerely (yours)
              Votre ami dévoué(e)Your devoted friend
              ChaleureusementWith warm regards
              Bien amicalementIn friendship
              Amitiés Best wishes, Your friend
              Bien des choses à tousBest wishes to all
              Bien à vous, Bien à toiBest wishes
              À bientôt!See you soon!
              Je t’embrasseLove / With love
              Bons baisersLots of love
              Bises!Hugs and kisses
              Grosses bises!Lots of hugs and kisses

              Considerations

              These latter expressions—such as “Bons baisers (Lots of love) and Bises! (Hugs and kisses)—might seem too informal in English. But, such closings are not necessarily romantic in French; you can use them with friends of the same or opposite sex.


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              Streaming Player Sling TV PS Vue DIRECTV NOW YouTube TV Hulu Beta Fubo TV
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              Fire TV XXX XX
              Apple TVXXXXXX
              ChromecastXXXXXX
              iOSXXXXXX
              Android Phones/TabletXXXXXX
              Android TV X XX X
              Xbox One XX
              PlayStation 4 X

              Now, let’s take a look at what services have which channels:

              Channel Sling TV  PS Vue DIRECTV NOW Hulu fuboTV YouTube TV
              ESPNXXXXX
              ESPN2XXXXX
              ESPNUXXXXX
              ESPN Goal LineXXXXX
              FS1XXX XXX
              CBS SportsX X X X
              Big Ten NetworkXXXXX
              SEC NetworkXXXXX
              Pac-12XX

              Not sure if you should pick Sling TV , Hulu , PlayStation Vue , or  DIRECTV NOW ? They all offer a free trial so why not give them all a try?*Please note you will find the ESPN Goal Line in the Sling TV app but all others you need to use the WatchESPN app to view ESPN Goal Line.

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              If you have the option, an antenna is always the best way to watch college football to avoid the delay or the risk of the stream crashing out.

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              Now over 90% of Americans have access to some or all of these channels; however, that still leaves 30 million Americans who struggle to get one network or another over the air. For them a growing number of services, such as Hulu and PlayStation Vue , all offer locals. We recommend you check out each site to see what locals they offer in your area.

              Step #2: ESPN, FS1, FS2, BTN, & More

              You now know how to get your local stations, but what about the national networks such as ESPN? The good news is with Sling TV ,  Hulu , PlayStation Vue , and  DIRECTV NOW you can access a ton of national networks.

              First let’s find out if these services support the devices you own:

              Streaming Player Sling TV PS Vue DIRECTV NOW YouTube TV Hulu Beta Fubo TV
              Roku XX XX XX
              Fire TV XXX XX
              Apple TVXXXXXX
              ChromecastXXXXXX
              iOSXXXXXX
              Android Phones/TabletXXXXXX
              Android TV X XX X
              Xbox One XX
              PlayStation 4 X

              Now, let’s take a look at what services have which channels:

              Channel Sling TV  PS Vue DIRECTV NOW Hulu fuboTV YouTube TV
              ESPNXXXXX
              ESPN2XXXXX
              ESPNUXXXXX
              ESPN Goal LineXXXXX
              FS1XXX XXX
              CBS SportsX X X X
              Big Ten NetworkXXXXX
              SEC NetworkXXXXX
              Pac-12XX

              Not sure if you should pick Sling TV , Hulu , PlayStation Vue , or  DIRECTV NOW ? They all offer a free trial so why not give them all a try?*Please note you will find the ESPN Goal Line in the Sling TV app but all others you need to use the WatchESPN app to view ESPN Goal Line.

              Step #3: Free Options:

              Stadium

              If you are a college sports fan you should check out the new streaming service Stadium. Stadium combines the talents of Campus Insider, 120 Sports, and the American Sports Network into a single network.

              The new 24/7 sports network Stadium will launched back in August 2017band is 100% free online, and will air select games on some Sinclair-owned TV stations free over-the-air TV. Not only have they launched a 24/7 live TV network, but it also hasha comprehensive array of on-demand content including full games, classic events, and highlights. Right now Stadium 24/7 is streaming free on Twitter and Pluto TV apps.

              Look for multiple live college football games every Saturday from several college football leagues including C-USA, Mountain West, Patriot League, and the Southern Conference.

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              Pluto TV and the Big Sky Conference, a NCAA Division I Conference, recently announced a partnership. As part of the deal, Big Sky Conference will air all of its live streamed sports events on Pluto TV for free including up to 700 football, men’s and women’s basketball, volleyball, and select soccer, softball, and track and field events. Previously, you had to pay a cable company for a special channel or be stuck watching it on your laptop.

              You will find the Big Sky Conference on the Pluto TV app by tuning into Channel 230. The Pluto TV app is also available on any connected living room device such as Roku , Apple TV, Android TV , Amazon Fire TV , PlayStation or Xbox as well as most smart TVs including those from Samsung, Vizio, Sony, and Hisense. For mobile and tablets, the Pluto TV app is available on iPhone and iPad. Additionally, Pluto TV can be accessed via the Web at pluto.tv/watch .

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                  Distribution Chicago Distribution Center (US) [1]
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                  The University of Arizona Press, a publishing house founded in 1959 as a department of the University of Arizona , is a nonprofit publisher of scholarly and regional books. As a delegate of the University of Arizona to the larger world, the Press publishes the work of scholars wherever they may be, concentrating upon scholarship that reflects the special strengths of the University of Arizona , Arizona State University , and Northern Arizona University .

                  The Press publishes about fifty books annually and has some 1,400 books in print. [4] These include scholarly titles in American Indian studies , anthropology , archaeology , environmental studies , geography , Chicano studies , history , Latin American studies , and the space sciences .

                  The UA Press also publishes general interest books on Arizona and the Southwest borderlands. In addition, the Press publishes books of personal essays, such as Nancy Mairs ‘s Plaintext and two series in literature: Sun Tracks: An American Indian Literary Series and Camino del Sol: A Chicana/o Literary Series.

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                  • Fu, Lo-shu (1966). Fu, Lo-shu, ed. A Documentary Chronicle of Sino-Western Relations, 1644-1820: Translated texts . Volume 22 of Monographs of the Association for Asian Studies, Volume 1 of A Documentary Chronicle of Sino-Western Relations, 1644-1820. Translated by Lo-shu Fu (2nd ed.). Published for the Association for Asian Studies by the University of Arizona Press. Retrieved 24 April 2014. 

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                  3. ^ “Eurospan – University Presses” . Retrieved 2017-12-27. 
                  4. ^ “The University of Arizona Press: The Books” . www.uapress.arizona.edu. University of Arizona Press. Retrieved 14 March 2017. 

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