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other – clock generated at end of each bit cell – edge transition determines if bit cell is ‘0’ or ‘1’ – 10: Receiver not Ready (RNR)– 11: Selective Reject (SREJ) 2. A circuit connecting two points without the use of any PPP, on the other hand, would be comparable to a railway 3. Unnumbered format - U frame intermediate terminal or computer.
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Respect For Other People

In human cultures there are varied ways of showing respect by bodily actions. In many European cultures, people shake hands. In others, such as in Japan people bow at the waist when meeting. Frequently, gender is a factor in how respect I displayed in bodily behavior. For example, woman in many Western cultures traditionally curtsy, whereas men bow. As a sign of respect in almost any form of the military is a salute. A salute is used by enlistees to show respect to the position held by officers and by officers to those of higher rank. The 21-gun salute is done within the military for funerals of military members and for high-ranking civilians such as the President. Sometimes the word respect can mean also toleration and tolerance. It means that we accept people who- and like they are. Does not matter what skin color you...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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No comebacks and other stories

He was thirty-nine years old. He met the woman, who he had always looked, but the woman was married and she lived in Spain. Mark Sanderson decided to changed his name, and hired a detective to kill her husband, deteective kills this woman too. There are some days... Liam Clark was a lorry driver. One day he was in the ferry to drive to Dublin. His lorry had broken. Next day two mans rob Liam with his lorry. They thought that in the ferry was brandy. Police hit on of the kidnapper with lorry. And they saw that in the lorry was guns. A Careful man Mr. Hanson, went to a doctor, where he heard that he had a cancer and he only has 6 month to live. He was very rich. He sold his estate.After he died came out that he had donate almost all his mo...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Dimitriu - When we are the other

This article was downloaded by: [KU Leuven University Library] On: 02 June 2015, At: 06:11 Publisher: Routledge Informa Ltd Registered in England and Wales Registered Number: 1072954 Registered office: Mortimer House, 37-41 Mortimer Street, London W1T 3JH, UK Perspectives: Studies in Translatology Publication details, including instructions for authors and subscription information: http://www.tandfonline.com/loi/rmps20 When `we' are `the other '. Travel books on Romania as exercises in intercultural communication a Rodica Dimitriu a Department of English , Al...

Inglise keel - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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Nimetu

Animals India as a home for animals. Good climate. National parks The National Bird of India is the Indian peacock. Peacocks symbolize grace, pride, and beauty. An Indian tapir is a large mammal. The Indian pangolin is a pangolin found in the hills of India, Sri Lanka and many other places. The Indian elephant is one of three recognized subspecies of the Asian elephant. Can you guess witch one is the female with male elephant? The Bengal tiger is the national animal of Bangladesh and India. The Bengal...

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Kvalitatiivne uurimustöö Emotsioonide regulatsioon ja stress

1 Emotion regulation in relation to physiological stress response. University Name Research Project Module Code: xx 2007-2008 Supervised by xxx Word count: 7261 Emotion regulation in relation.. 2 Abstract The aim of this study was to investigate the association between psychological and the biological stress response. It is known that humans, interacting with each other or their environment, have emotional reactions that are individually regulated. These emotional responses are linked to changes in autonomic and neuroendocrine systems, which are essential for metabolic support when preparing the body for action. Since emotion can influence such important processes like learning, decision-making, memory and consequently health and welfare of the individual then dysfunctional regulation of emotions can lead to psychopathology. A total of 26 healthy, non smoking male participants, age group 18-42 years were recruited into the study. Based on the theory of Cybernetic 3-Dimensional Model on Emotion Regulation (CMER), three dimensions of emotion regulation was measured. Participants were stressed using the TSST test, and the salivary cortisol and plasma IL-6 was measured as endocrinological markers of the stress response. Multiple regression and correlation analysis were conducted investigati...

Psühholoogia - Akadeemia Nord
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Nägemis taju, Gibson VS Gregory

Which provides a better account of human perception? Sensation involves physical stimulation of the sense organs, while perception is the organisation and interpretation of incoming sensory information. The Gestalt theorists first identified many of the principles that dominate in human visual perception. As Dowell (1995) has observed: "To perceive seems effortless. To understand perception is nevertheless a great challenge" (cited in Gross, 2005, pp 244). This essay will look at Gregory's theory and Gibson's theory of visual perception whether one or the other offers a better explanation of human visual perception. According to top-down perceptual processing theorists, perception is the end result of an indirect process that involves making inferences about the world based on knowledge and expectations. An example of this process is Gregory's (1980) constructivist theory. He suggests that to avoid sensory overload, we need to select from the information surrounding us, therefore, we often supplement perception with unconscious inferences. Thus he argues that perception begins with an incomplete retinal image that is two- dimensional, flat and size depends on distance. He says that perception is a constructive process in which the two-dimensional retinal image is elaborated to a three- dimensional picture in our brain, based on personal knowledge and experience. In other words the processes of perception is essentially affected by our expectations and probability in perceiving the...

Psühholoogia - Akadeemia Nord
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My best friend

Her name is Elen and we have known each other since we were 12 years old. We met with her in school in dance class about 14 years ago. If I were to describe how she looks, I would say she is very pretty. She has short brown hair, brown almond-shaped eyes, a small nose and a small pointed chin. She is not very tall but not short either and she is quite slim. She doesn't like to dress up so I usually see her wearing jeans and a T-shirt or sweater. It seems like she and I are always talking or laughing about something. She has a very nice personality and a wonderful sense of humor but she can also get a little depressed from time to time. I can always count on her to be honest and to give me the best advice. We are interested in many of the same hobbies. We both enjoy music, playing in computer games and surf in internet. We like going to the cinema but sometimes can't agree on which movie to see. Sometimes we just walk around, trying to find a new area of the city to explore. We bot...

Erialaline inglise keel - Kutsekool
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Shakespeare/Poems and Sonnets

SHAKESPEARE William Shakespeare (baptised 26 April 1564; died 23 April 1616) was an English poet and playwright, widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language and the world's pre-eminent dramatist.He is often called England's national poet and the "Bard of Avon". His surviving works, including some collaborations, consist of about 38 plays, 154 sonnets, two long narrative poems, and several other poems. His plays have been translated into every major living language and are performed more often than those of any other playwright. POEMS · In 1593 and 1594, when the theatres were closed because of plague, Shakespeare published two narrative poems on erotic themes, Venus and Adonis and The Rape of Lucrece. He dedicated them to Henry Wriothesley, Earl of Southampton. In Venus and Adonis, an innocent Adonis...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Australia esitlus

Austalia Sydney Opera House Harbour Bridge More ...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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War on terror

Officially, the War on Terror label has not been used since Barack Obama came to office in 2009, but the war in Afghanistan continues. The campaign was launched in 2001 with the USUK invasion of Afghanistan in response to the September 11 attacks. Since then, other operations have commenced, the largest being the War in Iraq, beginning with a 2003 invasion. Originally, it was waged against al-Qaeda and other terrorist organizations with the purpose of eliminating them. The phrase War on Terror was first used by former US President George W. Bush and other high-ranking US officials to denote a global military, political, legal and ideological struggle against organizations designated as terrorist and regimes that were accused of having a connection to them or providing them with support or were perceived, or presented as posing a threat to the US and its allies in general. It was typically used with a part...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Report Poku

For example air pollution, water and contamination of ground. Poku has taken charge of all kind package recycling problems. The most common environment problem is air pollution. It is caused by the most common but almost unavoidable activites(heating stoves,car driving, emissions from manufacturing plants). Those activities are hard to avoid however Poku has thought that people could use environmentally friendly fuel for cars and use natural heating materials. The other major environment problem is water pollution. Many peoplerefer their carbage pipes andchemicals substances to bigger watercourses, which unfortunately damage and destroy many spices who live there. According to Poku, people shouldn't was their car, clothes or themselves in water.However they should ban toxic substances flow to water by manufactorys.As a res...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Inglise keele variandid (Varieties of English)

1) Standard and non-standard varieties of English Standard varieties of English are the varieties of the English language that are considered to be a norm and are spoken and written by the minority (educated people). This is the optimum for educational purposes. The standard varieties of English are: BrEng (British), EngEng (English), NAmEng (North-America), USEng (United States), CanEng (Canada), AusEng (Australia), NZEng (New Zealand). Standard English (British English) is the most widely accepted and understood among native speakers, learned by foreigners. It is used in broadcasting, TV, news etc. It doesn't concern pronounciation (accent), but grammar and vocabulary. It includes formal and informal styles. British Standard English grammar and vocabulary, together with the RP accent should be called English English. RP (Received Pronounciation) is an accent that originates from South-East of England. A social accent, associated o...

Inglise keel -
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Saint Valentine's Day

It is the traditional day on which people express their love for each other by sending Valentine's cards, presenting flowers, or offering confectionery. History ·Customs associated with Valentine's Day had their origin in the popular belief held by people in Great Britain during 14th and 15th century that birds begin to mate on February 14. ·Lovers, therefore found St Valentine's Day an appropriate time to send love letters and gifts to beloved. ·The earliest known Valentine card was sent in 1477. What happens on Valentines day in Britain? People send cards, juhtslaidi teksti laadide redige Klõpsake flowers, chocolates Teine tase and other Kolmas tase Neljas tase gifts.Traditionally V...

Inglise keel -
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Biggest dangers to wild animals in Estonia.

Forest industry, agriculture and other human activities in the nature, as well as pollution, disturb and even endanger the life of wild animals. Firstly, big forest machines disturb animals. For example, in winter the machines disturb animals who hibernate in winter. As a result, animals can leave their habitations and go somewhere else where is quiter. In addition to disturbing animals, the forest industry endanger wild animals' lives. Some machines can simply kill some animals accidentally. Besides, there are some species which are rear in Estonian forests. These species should be protected. A further problem is poaching- although it is not a very big problem in Estonia, it affects the number of animals. There are, however, a lot of wild animals in our woods and their life is pretty good, compares with some other country, where are more poaching for example. In conclusion, it can be said that al...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Geograafia KT-8.klass

When the gully formation is in process, the water flow ratecan be substantial, which causes the significant deep cutting action into soil. 8. How are plants adapted to life in the biome (temperate deciduous forest, temperate rainforest, temperate grassland, taiga)? Temperate deciduous forest - Wildflowers grow on forest floor early in the spring before trees leaf-out and shade the forest floor ; many trees are deciduous (they drop their leaves in the autumn, and grow new ones in spring). Most deciduous trees have thin, broad, light-weight leaves that can capture a lot of sunlight to make a lot of food for the tree in warm weather; when the weather gets cooler, the broad leaves cause too much water loss and can be weighed down by too much snow, so the tree drops its leaves. New ones will grow in the spring.; trees have thick bark to protect against cold winters. Temperate rainforest- epiphytes such as mosses and ferns grow atop other plants to reach light. Cool temperatures lead to slow decomposition but seedlings grow on "nurse logs" to take advantage of the nutrients from the decomposing fallen logs. Trees can grow very tall due to amount of precipitation. Temperate Grassland (Prairie)- During a fire, while above-ground portions of grasses may perish, the root portions survive to sprout again. Some prairie trees have thick bark to resist fire. Prairie shrubs readily resprout after fire. Roots of prairie grasses extend deep into the ground to absorb as much moisture as they can extensive root systems prevent grazing animals from pulling roots out of the ground. Prairie grasses have narrow leaves which lose less water than broad leaves. Grasses grow from near their base, not from tip, thus are not permanently damaged from grazing animals or fire. Many grasses take advantage of exposed, windy conditions and are wind pollinated. Soft stems enable prairie grasses t...

Inglisekeelne geograafia - Põhikool
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Letter to boss

3 Mai Street Pärnu 80010 Estonia Mr. Püüa 4 November 2011 21 Park Street Pärnu 80010 Estonia Dear Mr Püüa I am waiting in a reply to your advertisement in Pärnu Postimees to apply for the position of football coach. I have been working in two different places. One was my own founded internet payment service, which is doing actually pretty good and the other place is at Karhu Kauhajoki, where I am the main coach for boys who are aged between 14 to 18. Also I went to body culture school in Denmark, which I graduated Cum Laude with GPA 4,9 out of 5,0. I have also finished Ahtme high school with gold medal, it is the...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Destroying Angel

kl Destroying Angel 0 Commonly referred to as the Destroying Angel, Amanita virosa is a deadly poisonous fungus. The Destroying Angel is more plentiful in mountainous areas and grow in or near the edges of woodlands. They can also be found on lawns or grassy meadows near trees or shrubs. 0 Destroying Angels usually appear in July, August and September. Immature specimens of A. virosa resemble several edible species commonly consumed by humans, increasing the risk of accidental poisoning. Description of Destroying Angel 0 Caps of the Destroying Angel are 5 to 10cm in diameter, pure white, and without any marginal striations. The cap is initially egg- shaped or occasionally almost flat. Amanita virosa gills are white, free and crowded. 0 Stems of Destroying Angels are 9 to 15cm...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Sustainability aspects of biofuels

Introduction The literature review will discuss the sustainability aspects of biofuels. Food production will be the main concern as it is the most debated issue, but other aspects, such as land use change and water consumption will be also considered as they are essential aspects in the biofuels sustainability criteria. The review will discuss the viability of biofuels based on the current technologies. Second-generation biofuels are not yet commercially viable and therefore will not be discussed; although they could significantly improve the sustainability of biofuels when they break through to the industrial scale. 2. The scale of biofuels production 2.1. Drivers of biofuels production Lal (2010) stated that "three inter-connected challenges face humankind in the 21st century": food security, climate change, and energy security. The world population is projected to reach 9 billion in 2050, posing more demands on energy, food, and other natural resources. It has been estimated that the world food production needs to double and meat production increase by 85% by 2050 to fulfill projected dem...

Inglise keel - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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Reasons why people work

As Leonardo da Vinci said " God sells us all things at the price of labour " and unfortunately it tends to be true. However, there are still some of the other reason why people work. As Mothet Teresa said " Work without love is slavery" and fortunately there are many people in world who work because they love what they do. For example artists, musicians and actors do not earn a lot of money, however they can give the world something we need- entertainment. In addition to musicians, actors, and artists there are many other sincere, thoughtful and open-minded people who find time in addition to their daily work to help those who need help giving food to homeless people, helping children who are left without parents and taking care for the animals in the shelter. These people are doing this without getting any charge but they believe that what goes around come back around. All in all it can be said that people need money to live however it is not the only reason why people work.It is glad to see people who have other values than just money. As for me I believe that every person should wo...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Every person should train each day

Yes, there are negative things about that, but mostly it is because you work out too hard and then the good things fade away. The biggest positive thing about training is that your body looks good. You feel more comfortable in it when you know you've worked very hard to get it. Another good thing about training every day is that you feel more energized. Usually you wake up in the morning and feel very tired, but when you go on a daily run, it wakes you up and you feel a lot better during the day. Some people think that it is bad for your health to train daily, but I disagree. Studies have shown that people who train are more healthy and they don't get ill as often as other people. There might be few negative things when you train each day, but it's usually because people get too into it. You shouldn't train so hard that you overwhelm your body. It doesn't get you bigger mus...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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