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nation on beef. Journal of Food Protection Lactic acid sprays reduce bacterial pathogens on cold 60(6):614–618. beef carcass surfaces and in subsequently produced Cutter, C. N., W. J. Dorsa, A. Handie, S. Rodriguez- ground beef.
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Digital Nation

We can’t imagine that we haven’t our smartphone with us. We are always connected. Every day we sit on computers, we are chatting on facebook or whatsapp, we are posting pictures on facebook, twitter and instagram. We have always connection with the digital world. In this movie is clearly set out that children in schools want to deal with different things. They want to be connected with their friend, but at the same time they have to listen what teacher is telling in front of the class. The results in education has fallen and that’s because students aren’t well prepared. Technology is updating very quickly and all we can do is learn how to use it. I think that if it came in our lives, then it’s important too. We can argue about different things that it has taken from us, for example we aren’t sending letters anymore, maybe we don’t show up our f...

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BRITISH NATIONAL SYMBOLS

2 INTRODUCTION............................................................................................................................3 1. BRITISH NATIONAL SYMBOLS..............................................................................................5 1.1 Great Britain and British story................................................................................................5 1.2 National Symbols and Nation Building..................................................................................5 1.3 The Use of Flags throughout History.....................................................................................6 1.4 The Early Modern Flags. United Kindom: Union Jack...

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Nimetu

Põhjamaade ajalugu II, kevad 2010 Alates 1792--- Põhjamaad 18.sajandil Põhjamaade ajalookronoloogia Põhjamaad: Taani, Norra, Island, Rootsi, Soome Keskaeg: (1050-1520) Taani, Norra, Rootsi kuningriikide algus ja ristiusu vastuvõtmine umbest a. 1000 pk. Rootsi inkorporeerib Soome (u 1155-1293). 1380 Taani-Norra personaaluniooni algus. Põhjamaine Kalmari unioon (1397-1523), mida juhib Taani. Rootsi proovib vabaneda unioonist ja Rootsi- Taani suhete halvenemine. Omapära: talurahvavabadused ja ting-institutsioonide ehk rahva esinduskogude algus. Varauusaeg (1520-1721) Rootsi (-Soome) vabaneb unioonist (1520/23). Rootsi riigi peavaenlased on Taani ja Venemaa (kes on omavahel liitlased) ja jätkuvad sõjad. Norra (koos Islandi, Gröönimaa ja Fääri saartega) jäi Taani koosseisu ja kaotas oma kunagise iseseisvuse riismed. Põhjamaades viivad Rootsi...

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EXAM - English literature 2

The Jacobean masque Elizabethan one nation culture, now cultural polarisation between the new courtly culture and the rest of the country. Court in cultural isolation. Ben Jonson. King and courtiers were close to universally recognised ideal types (conflict with the reality). Mysticism. Emergence of perspective view, stage machinery, artificial light, revolution. The stage cast the monarch in the focal point (the lines of perspective of the stage met there. Inigo Jones. Masque an educative vehicle, towards classical antiquity and architecture. Tide towards absolute monarchy. Masque – linked poetry and moral philosophy into art. Music, dance, poetry, lavish illusionistic scenic display to express the doctrines of divine kingship. Great impact. Like gods come down to earth. 2. The Caroline masque Charles decided on subject matter, and acted and danced in masques. Now the regal divinity even more obvious. Ben Jonson. Divine minds of this incomparable pair. Arts role –...

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Maailmamajandus

abiks.pri.ee Tootmisviisi moodustavad majanduses kasutatavad tehnoloogiad ja neile vastavad inimeste vahelised suhted ja töökorraldus. 1) traditsioonilised TV ­ levinud väikestes inimgruppides, oma tarbeks, ei osale maailmamaj. 1.1 korilus, 1.2varaagraarne ­ tekkis seoses loomade kodustamise ja põlluharimise tekkimisega 1.3 hilisagraarne ­ tekkis looma ja taimekasvatuse ühendamise tulemusena 2) Industriaalsed TV ­ tekivad industrialiseerimisega, levinud suurtes inimgruppides, toodetakse turule, osaleb maailmamaj. 2.1 iseseisev industrialiseerimine ­ järkjärgult mindi üle järgmisele TVle 2.2 sõltuv industrialiseerimine ­ toimus industriaalriikide poolt, mitmeid maid kolooniateks muutes Varaindustriaalne ­ alates 15.saj ­ tehnoloogia kiire areng, turumaj levik kõigis maj.harudes, suurettevõtluse teatav levik, säilib käsitöö ja väikeettevõtlus Hilisin...

Geograafia - Keskkool
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Maailma Kaubandusorganisatsioon

1 Sissejuhatuseks.........................................................................................................4 1. Varastest intellektuaalomandi õiguskaitset käsitlevatest lepingutest Maailma Kaubandusorganisatsioonini......................................................................................6 1.1 Lühiülevaade intellektuaalomandi õiguskaitsega seotud rahvusvaheliste lepingute ajaloost................................................................................................6 1.2 Üldise Tolli- ja Kaubanduskokkuleppe põhiolemus......................................7 1.3 GATT-ist Maailma Kaubandusorganisatsioonini. Arengud...

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English portfolio

2 1710­1850.............................................................................................................................. 3 Population and social structure........................................................................................ 4 Serfdom and the intensifying manorial economy ............................................................. 4 Influences of Pietism and the Moravian Brethren............................................................. 5 Enlightenment and enlightened absolutism...................................................................... 6 1850­1918...

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Ameerika ühendriigid

To people of today the West comes to us through fun cowboys who in reality were hard-working men. They disappeared when the government gave them land and from 1862 to 1900 they became farmers. The farms that in the beginning were lonely, were brought together by the railway built in 1869. In the 15th century there were about two million Indians in America but due to diseases brought by Europeans and wars fought between them, by 1900 there were only about 250,000 natives left. The Indian wars finally ended in 1890 with the Battle of Wounded Knee and after it the government gave the Indians reservations, pieces of land that belonged to them. At the beginning of the 19th century many settlers came to America, in search for a better life. By the middle of the 19th century there were already 34 states in the U.S.A. The United States grew to be one of the great powers of the world. The nation fought in the First World War. After the war women got the right to vote for the first time. In 1929 the Great Depression began with the stock market crash. Banks, factories and farms shut down and many Americans were unemployed. In 1941 the United States entered the Second World War when Japan attacked the Hawaiian Islands. The war ended in 1945 when the US dropped the first atomic bombs, and the world entered the Nuclear Age. Today about 30 million of 260 million Americans are black. When they were freed after the Civil War, the Southerners were angry at them and showed a lot of prejudice. Some of them formed the Ku Klux Klan who beat and murdered black people. Until in 1870 the blacks didn't have civil rights or the right to vote. In the 20th century many blacks travelled to the North but even there they were treated as different and until 1954 black kids had to go to separate schools. In the 1950s...

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Links between Estonia and English speaking countries

5 20th century..........................................................................................................................5 Recognition.......................................................................................................................... 9 Conclusions........................................................................................................................10 References..........................................................................................................................11 3 Introduction English is considered to be one of most important languages in the world. It is one of the official languages of the United Nations . According to research by the British Council, around 375 million people in the world speak English as their native language and English has official or special status in at least seventy-five countries. The British Council has also noted that English is the main language of newspapers, airports and air-traffic control, international business and academic conferences, science, technology, diplomacy and sport. Perhaps even more important contributor to the dominant role of the English language in the world is that over two-thirds of the world's scientists are able to read in English. Three quarters of the world's mail is written in English and eighty per cent of the world's electronic information is stored in English. The biggest countries where English is spoken as the first language are: Great Britain, Canada, United States of America and Australia. Estonian on in comparison to English is a language that is spoken only by approx...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Education

Sensitivity can be heightened or blunted by education. It is intertwined with curiosity. An ideal education affords numerous and varied opportunities for students to touch, see, smell, listen, hear; to spark their curiosity. When I was a child the things that pleased me were largely other than the plants which have earned me a living as an adult. For example, I collected postage stamps, played basketball, was fond of listening to music, played all manner of games, but dealt only in a neutral, uninspired fashion with plants. The one thing that was constant and of supreme importance was my love of reading. I don't recall why, but by an early age, say age 9, I was a phenomenal reader of books, a habit that persisted all the way until college. Reading expands one's mind immensely. It fires the imagination, demonstrates grammar, teaches vocabulary, informs, challenges, helps one relax. In some cases it forces the mind to concentrate, as to understand. It can help build a moral or ethical framework, and help oneself form an individual worldview. Even an untraveled child, sitting at home, can be transported by a book into any place or time. Fantasy and facts weave together, but the result is almost an unmitigated improvement. If a bookworm grows up to be antisocial or worse, it is not because of too much reading, but because something else was lacking in the education or caregiving. Hands-on learning is another factor difficult to overrate. Imagine trying to learn to draw from listening to a lecture. You must draw, draw, draw, and with time and tutoring, will improve. This is a truism, just like saying "reading is valuable." I imagine nobody complains about children spending too much time working. If anything the contrary complaint rings...

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The most interesting historical events in Estonia

The Most Interesting Historical Events in Estonia Liana Põldver · The nationwide Song Festival tradition began with the first Song Festival in Tartu, June 18 20, 1869. · 1860 marks the beginning of the period of the National Awakening. A singing society led by Johann Voldemar Jannsen started and carried through the nationwide idea of Song Festival. · During 1879 1910 six Song Festivals were held that played an important part in the nation's cultural and economical awakening and growth. In the independent Estonian Republic the Song Festivals were held in every five years (1923 1938). After World War II, the Song Festival tradition began again in 1947. Since 1950 General Song Festivals were held in every five years again. 1969 was an exception though when 100th anniversary of the Song Festival was celebrated. · The foreign authorities have tried to use the...

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Canada

Introduction 2. Geographical position 3. Mountains, lowlands 4. Rivers, lakes 5. The territories and provinces 6. Towns, economy, agriculture 7. Climate 8. Animals, plantlife 9. Population 10. Sports 11. Culture 12. History 13. Political system, symbols 14. Conclusion 15. Materials 1. Introduction If you had to use two words to describe Canada, they might be large and diverse. Canada is the second largest country in the world, bordered by three oceans, and across the country, Canadians experience many different landscapes from rolling plains and mountains to the cold tundra of the north. Despite Canada's great size, it is one of the world's most sparsely populated countries. This fact, coupled with the grandeur of the landscape, has been central to the sense of Canadian national identity. 2. Geographical position Canada is the second largest country in the world after Russia. In the Arctic,...

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London - the capital of Great Britain

It started on the second of September, from a bakery shop in Pudding lane and lasted for about 5 days. It destroyed 89 percent of the city . The fire spread very quickly, because the houses were side by side. After the fire of 1666, the face of London changed forever. London is famous for its large parks. The most famous parks are Bushy Park, Green Park, Greenwich Park, Regents park, Richmond Park, St James's park and Hyde park. Hyde Park is the best known because it's the largest and finest park in London. Its territory is 140 hectares. It is famous for its public speakers who stand on a box, a table or just a chair and talk to little crowds about all sorts of political, social and other ideas. The Greenwich Park is also special, because it is surrounding the national sea museum. The Regents Park is known, because there is the London zoo. The London zoo, opened in 1828 as a scientific zoo, is the oldest one in the whole world. In 1848, it was opened for people. The London zoo covers 36 acres and there are about 5000 animals in the zoo. The zoo is open every day except Christmas Day. The ticket costs 14 pounds for and adult and 10.75 pounds for a child. St. James's park is famous for its water birds, for example ducks and pelicans. Buckingham palace is near St James's park. The building of the Buckingham palace started in 1703. It was built for the Duke of Buckingham. The house was later bought by King George III for himself and Queen Charlotte. In 1820, King George IV commissioned John Nash to build a State Palace, much of the structure and decoration of which is seen today. Queen Victoria was the first monarch to live in the Palace, from 1837, and it has been the London home of the Royal Fami...

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Venemaa

kool Indrek Lüiste 2008 . Semi- 83 . , , , , ( Oblast), ( Oblast), , , , , , , . , , , . 17.075.400 . , ; 142 , - . 40% , spanning 11 landforms. world' s , . world' s world' unfrozen s. Nation' s . 3- 8th . Vikings , Slavic, Kievan Rus' , 9th 988, Slavic . Kievan Rus' . Kievan Rus' , . reunified Kievan Rus'. XVIII , , , eastward . , world' s . . 1991, . G8. 5 world' s . . Slavic, Kievan Rus' , 988, Slavic . Kievan Rus' , Mongol 1230s. , , Kievan Rus'. 13th , . XVIII , , eastward . Russia' s ....

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Sandrigham house

Margus Maasik G1a SANDRINGHAM HOUSE The Queen and other members of the Royal Family regularly spend Christmas at Sandringham and make it their official base until February each year. When The Queen or members of the Royal Family are not in residence, the house is open to the public. The Estate is run commercially by the Land Agent, on The Queen's behalf. Over half of the Estate is let to farm tenants, the remainder being farmed in hand or used for forestry (the Estate has its own sawmill). There are also two studs, a fruit farm and a country park. These, together with the house's gardens, employ over 100 full-time staff. Sandringham Country Park, open free all year since 1968, is an area of 250 hectares (over 600 acres) of carefully managed woodland and heath. It has two nature trails and camping and caravan club sites. A Visitors' Centre with gift shop and restaurants is open daily in summer and at week...

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The Father of Flag Day

"The Real Abraham Lincoln" "The Life of Alexander Hamilton" "The Real Robert Morris" (A Pennsylvania banker known as "the financier of the American Revolution.") "Story of the Great Seal of the United States." "History of American Emblems" "The History of American Heraldry" The Father of Flag Day Bernard J. Cigrand was first and foremost an American patriot. From the 1880s through the 1930s, he preached respect and honor for the nation and its flag. In 1885, however, Cigrand still a teenager and only at the beginning of his journey. He entered dental college later that year, mixing his professional studies with the promotion of the flag. In June 1886 he made his first public proposal for the annual observance of the birth of the flag when he wrote an article titled "The Fourteenth of June" in the old Chicago Argus newspaper. In June of 1888, at the same time he was graduating first in his class from dental college, Cigrand addressed a Chicago organization known as the "Sons of America". In his speech he emphasized the good that would come from a flag holiday. In response, the organization undertook to publish a magazine called the "American Standard" to inculcate reverence for American emblems, and appointed Cigrand its editor-in-chief. Cigrand's articles in this magazine helped direct public attention to the Flag and the date of its birth....

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USA ajalugu

By 1848, after buying Florida from Spanish and winning Texas and the west from Mexico, America reached all the way from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific, over 5000 kilometers. THE CIVIL WAR Expansion brought many problems, the most important was the problem of slavery. The Republican Party was made to gain support against slavery. After Abraham Lincoln, the republican candidate, was elected for President in 1860 the northern part of america was slave free and it south there was still slavery. In 1861 the war broke out between south and west, and in the question of slavery. In 1865 south had to surrender and the north had won. Then slavery was abolished all over America. INDUSTRIALIZATION AND IMMIGRATION In less than fifty years the United States was transformed from a rural republic into an urban state. The nation 's economic progress, based on iron, steam and electrical power was speeded up by thousands of inventions like telephone and typewriter. 20 million immigrants poured into the country between 1870 and 1910. they agreed to work at almost any wages and under almost any conditions. The bettereducated blacks, who had left to the South searching for work became the object of viloent racial discriminationand were forced into ghettoes. THE FIRST WORLD WAR In April 1917 Congress declared war on Germany, because of attacks on American passanger ships by German submarines and the discovery of a German plot to encourage Mexico in war with USA. THE ROARING TWENTIES In the 1920s tariffs were brought to their highest level ever and taxes were drastically reduce. The Roaring Twenties suddenly ended in 1929 with the Wall Street crash. This crash marked the beginning of the worst depression in America, called as th...

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Nimetu

saj lõpu ja 20. saj uuenduslikkust taotlevate kirjandusvoolude (kunsti ja muusika loomepõhimõtete ja ­suundade) ühisnimetus. Modernism algab valgustusest, mil hakati tähtsustama teadust; jumal troonilt tõugatud, inimene sinna istuma sätitud. Levis arusaam, et kõik on inimkätes. Nüüd, kus inimene on näidanud, milleks ta võimeline on, on troon tühi. Modernistlik kirjandus tekkis Prantsusmaal vastukaaluks realismile, algselt luules, hiljem jõudis ka proosasse ja draamasse. 20.saj keskpaiku oli modernistliku kirjanduse mõiste saanud üldvastuvõetavaks. Modernistliku kirjanduse periodiseerimine on tänaseni poleemiline. Arvestades erinevaid kirjandusteoreetilisi seisukohti, võib eristada kaht suuremat perioodi: I periood ­ 19.saj lõpu UUSROMANTISM, mis algab dekadentsiga (varane sümbolism), uusromantismi keskmeks saab sümbolism, sümbolismi ümber põimuvad dekadents, estetism ja impressionism. Nende mõiste...

Kirjandus - Keskkool
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Canada - powerpointi esitlus

Canada Canada Has two languages: English and French It is a member of the G8, NATO, Commonwealth of Nations , and La Francophonie. Population: 33,437,000 Area total: 9,984,670 km² Currency: Dollar Government: Parliamentary democracy and Constitutional monarchy - Monarch: Queen Elizabeth II - Governor General: Michaëlle Jean - Prime Minister: Stephen Harper Flag of Canada The National Flag of Canada, also known as the Maple Leaf The flag made its first appearance on February 15, 1965; the date is now celebrated annually as National Flag of Canada Day Torontos CN Tower Height 553.33 m Completed in 1976 Visitors per year 2 million Weight 130,000 tons Communication mast 400,000...

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The USA presentation

The United States of America Rain Ventsel 2008 Flag of the United States The 50 stars on the flag represent the 50 U.S. States The 13 stripes represent the original Thirteen Colonies that rebelled against the British Crown and became the first states in the Union. Hollywood Hollywood is a district in the city of Los Angeles Due to its fame and cultural identity as the historical center of movie studios and movie stars The word "Hollywood" is often used as a metonym of cinema of the United States It is a popular destination for nightlife and tourism and home to the Hollywood Walk of Fame Mount Rushmore Mount Rushmore is Presidential Memorial Represents the first 150 years of the history...

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