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Islam

Homereading 4 Changing world Religions Islam Islam is a monotheistic Abrahamic religion originating with the teachings of Muhammad, a 7th century Arab religious and political figure. The word Islam means "submission", or the total surrender of oneself to God An adherent of Islam is known as a Muslim, meaning "one who submits (to God)". There are between 1.1 billion and 1.8 billion Muslims, making Islam the secondlargest religion in the world, after Christianity. Muslims believe that God revealed the Qur'an to Muhammad, God's final prophet, and regard the Qur'an and the Sunnah (words and deeds of Muhammad) as the fundamental sources of Islam.They do not regard Muhammad as the founder of a new religion, but as the restorer of the original monotheistic faith of Abraham, Moses, Jesus, and other prophets. Islamic tradition holds t...

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The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

he studied medicine at the University of Edinburgh medical practice at Bush Villas in Elm Grove, Southsea good at sport two wives: Louisa (or Louise) Hawkins and Jean Elizabeth Leckie five childrens: two with his first wife and three with his second wife studied the eye in Vienna ; practice as an ophthalmologist died of his heart attack, aged 71, on 7th July 1930 Arthur Conan Doyle Bibliography A Study in Scarlet (1887) The Sign of Four (1890) The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1892) The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes (1894) The Hound of the Baskervilles (1902) The Return of Sherlock Holmes (1904) The Valley of Fear (1915) His Last Bow (1917) The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes (1927) The Lost World (1912) The Poison Belt (1913) The Land of Mist (1926) The Disintegration Machine (1927) When the World Screamed (1928) Micah Clarke (1888) The White Company (1891) The Great Shadow (1892) The Refugees (publ. 1893, written 1892) Rodney Stone (1896) Uncle Bernac (1897) Sir Nigel (1906) The Mystery of Cloomber (1889) The Firm of Girdlestone (1890) The Captain of the Polestar, and other tales (1890) The Great Keinplatz Exp...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Inglise keelt kõnelevate maade ajaloo eksamiküsimused

It is one of the most famous prehistoric sites in the world and is composed of earthworks surrounding a circular setting of large standing stones. The surrounding circular, earth bank and ditch, have been dated to about 3100 BC. Stonehenge was produced by a culture with no written language. Many aspects of Stonehenge remain subject to debate. There is little or no direct evidence for the construction techniques used by the Stonehenge builders. *The Celts in Britain and their legacy ­ The Cets lived in Britain in The Iron Age. They were warring tribes who were battleful amongst themselves as well as inter-tribal war. They were not centrally governed. The Celts brought iron working, iron ploughs and metal swords, horses, wheels and chariots - all these things gave them an instant superiority over the native tribes. The Celts built a number...

Inglise keel kõnelevate maade... - Tartu Ülikool
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Bridges presentation

The 1849 Delaware Aqueduct was designed to carry a wooden trunk of water on the Delaware & Hudson Canal. The latter was carefully rehabilitated by the US National Park Service and is the oldest surviving suspension bridge in the USA (Figure 19). Steel bridges Structural steel is stronger and more supple than cast or wrought iron, and allowed greater design flexibility. The last thirty years of the 19th century witnessed the phasing in of steel plates and rolled shapes, leading to the enormous production of steel trusses and plate-girder spans of ever-increasing lengths throughout the world. Steel arches and cantilevers were favoured for long spans because they better withstood the impact, vibration, and concentrated loads of heavy rail traffic. The earliest known use of steel in bridge construction was the 334ft (102m) suspension span across the Danube Canal (1828) near Vienna (Austria), designed by Ignaz von Mitis. The steel eye-bar chains were forged from decarburized iron from Styria. Steel halved the weight of wrought iron, but remained prohibitively expensive for another forty years before steelmaking processes such as the Bessemer and the open-hearth were perfected (it is uncertain whether the Styrian ironmasters created real steel or whether the decarburization was a mechanical process resulting in a surface- hardened steel, a kind of wrought iron rather than the mass steel that results from the Bessemer process). The first major bridge utilizing true steel was the Eads Bridge (1874), the most graceful of the Mississippi River crossings in the USA, built by the Keystone Bridge Company, which subcontracted fabrication of the steel parts to the Butcher Steel Works and the iron parts to Carnegie-Kloman, both of Pittsburgh. Its ribbed, tubular steel arch spans of 502ft, 520ft, and 502 ft (153m, 159m, an...

Inglise keel - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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Inimõiguste rahvusvaheline kaitse konspekt

02.09 Eksam ­ kirjalik, 2 küsimust: 1 teoreetiline ja 1 kaasuse moodi küsimus, analüütiline 1. Olemus 2. Ajalooline areng 3. Inimõigused rahvusvahelisel tasandil 4. Inimõigused regionaalsel tasandil 5. Inimõigused Euroopa tasandil 6. Kodaniku- ja poliitilised õigused 7. Majanduslikud, sotsiaalsed ja kultuurialased õigused 8. Enesemääramisõigus 9. Probleemid ja arengud 1. Olemus Inimõigused on väga keeruline valdkond, sest paikneb moraali, eetika, poliitika vahel. Inimõigused on trump, mida vaidluses osapooled püüavad alati ära kasutada. Igaüks püüab leida endale sobiva inimõiguse. Läbi inimõiguste püütakse näidata, et teised õigusaktid on vahel. Läbi selle on inimõigused ülimuslikud. Inimõiguste juures on nii ohtusid kui ka positiivseid külgi. Definitsioon · Ühene autoriteetne definitsioon puudub. · Laie...

Õiguse entsüklopeedia - Tartu Ülikool
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Free jazz, Jazz Rock

1 Free jazz...................................................................................................................................... 2 Ornette Coleman..................................................................................................................... 2 Ornette Colemani albumeid................................................................................................ 3 Cecil Taylor.............................................................................................................................3 Cecil Taylori albumeid........................................................................................................4 Jazz rock...

Muusika - Põhikool
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Ringo Starr

R i ng o S t a rr 1 94 0 - English musician and actor Music: Ringo Starr Never Without You (2003) Eliisa Sommer Early years real name is Richard Starkey was born on 7 July 1940 was raised in working class area of Liverpool his parents split up when he was three years old Afflicted (vaevatud) by illness for much of his childhood In 1957, he formed The Eddie Clayton Skiffle Group In 1959, he joined the Raving Texans adopting the stage name Ringo Starr because of the rings he wore and because it sounded "cowboyish" and his drum solos were billed as "Starr Time" The Beatles 1962­1970 Ringo Starr was performing in Hamburg, Starr met The Beatles The Beatles removed Pete Best as their drummer on 16 August 1962, Starr was their choice to replace him He sang at least one song on each studio album "Playing without Ri...

British history (suurbritannia... - Keskkool
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Student World Atlas (Maailma atlas)

Malestrom Major Rivers N am e Continent Out fl o w T o tal Lengt h (mi.) Nile Africa Mediterran ean Sea 4,1 60 Am azo n South Am erica Atlantic Oce an 4,000 Ch ang (Yangtze) Asia East China Sea 3,964 M ississippi-M iss o u ri N o rt h Am eri ca Gul f of Mexico 3,710 Major Deserts Name...

Geograafia - Keskkool
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Vahetuslaps Referaat

..Lk2 Sissejuhatus................................................................................................................... ...Lk3 Ülevaade raamatust.........................................................................................................Lk4 Lemmikkoht.................................................................................................................... ..Lk5 Tegelased....................................................................................................................... ...Lk7 Kokkuvõte....................................................................................................................... ..Lk8 Autorist...

10. klass - Põhikool
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Freud Sigmund

Psychodynamic Approach · Work of Freud KEY ISSUES IN · Morea (1986) ­ `the study PERSONALITY of personality began with the publication of The Interpretation of Dreams (1900).' The Psychodynamic · Freud ­ controversial Approach figure in the history of psychology 1 2 WHO WAS SIGMUND Sigmund Freud FREUD? 1856 - 1939 · Born 1856 ­ Moravia · First son of father's second...

Psühholoogia - Akadeemia Nord
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Russell Leon Adamson

klass Juhendaja: Riina Võikar Võnnu, 2010 Sisukord: · Sissejuhatus lk 2 · Russell Leon Adamsoni elulugu lk 3 · Russell Leon Adamsoni tantsud lk 4 · Russel Leon Adamsoni õppetöö lk 5 · Russell Leon Adamsoni koreograafia lk 7 · Russell Leon Adamson Eestis lk 9 · Kokkuvõte lk 10 · Lisa 1 Pilt lk 11 Sissejuhatus Koreograafia on kunst teha tantse. Koreograafia eesmärgiks on koguda ja korraldad liikumise korda ja mustrit .Sõna koreograafia tähendab "tantsu-kirjalikult", nimetus...

Psühholoogia - Keskkool
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Arvuti viirused - referaat

4 1 ARVUTIVIIRUSTE TÜÜBID..............................................................................5 1.1 ,,Süütud" viirused...........................................................................................5 1.2 Andmeid hävitavad viirused ..........................................................................5 1.3 Programmifaile nakatavad viirused ...............................................................5 1.4 Spawing-tüüpi viirused ..................................................................................6 1.5 Parasiitviirused...............................................................................................6 1.6 Süsteemiviirused ehk boot-sektori viirused...

Arvutiõpetus - Kutsekool
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Ringo Starr

Ringo Starr * He joined The Beatles in 1962, taking over Pete Best. * Before he played in The Beatles, he played in another Liverpool groups, for example Rory Storm and Hurricanes. DRUMS, RINGO USED IN THE BEATLES: *Ludwig Super Classic Drumset *Ludwig Black Oyster Pearl Drumset Ringo Starr Lead singer of many Beatles songs: Yellow Submarine With a Little Help from My Friends Songwriter of two Beatles songs: Don't Pass Me By Octopus's Garden Ringo Starr * After The Beatles broke up in 1970, he started his solo career. * At the same year released two album. "Sentimental Journey" and "Beaucoups Blues". * The successfullest project was the album "Ringo" in 1973 (Hit singles "Photograph" and "You're Sixteen" came from the album. A music example:Ri...

British culture (briti... - Keskkool
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Prague(praha)

The Jewish population of Bohemia and Moravia, 118,000 according to the 1930 census, was virtually annihilated by the Nazis during the Holocaust.There were approximately 4,000 Jews in the Czech Republic in 2005. The Czech prime minister, Jan Fischer, is of Jewish origin and faith. The fertility rate is a low 1.50 children per woman. Immigration increased the population by almost 1% in 2007. About 77,000 new foreigners settle down in the Czech Republic every year. Vietnamese immigrants began settling in the Czech Republic during the Communist period, when they were invited as guest workers by the Czechoslovak government. Today, there are an estimated 70,000 Vietnamese in the Czech Republic. In contrast to Ukrainians, Vietnamese come to the Czech Republic to live permanently. At the turn of the 20th century, Chicago was the city with the third largest Czech population, after Prague and Vienna . According to the 2006 US census, there are 1,637,218 Americans of full or partial Czech descent. 16 CULTURE Cuisine. Czech cuisine is marked by a strong emphasis on meat dishes. Pork is quite common; beef and chicken are also popular. Goose, duck, rabbit and wild game are served. Fish is rare, with the occasional exception of fresh trout and carp, which is served at Christmas. Aside from Slivovitz, Czech beer and wine, Czechs also produce two uniquely Czech liquors, Fernet Stock and Becherovka. Kofola is a non-alcoholic domestic cola soft drink which competes with Coca Cola and Pepsi in popularity. Figure5. Cuisine. Figure6. Czech beer. 17 KASUTATUD ALLIKAD: www.google.com http:www.lonelyplanet.comczech-republicprague http:www.tripadvisor.comTravel-g274707-c1403Prague:Czech-Republic:Introduction.html http:www.vse.czenglishintroduction.p...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Arthur Conan Doyle

Arthur Conan Doyle Life Arthur Conan Doyle was born on 22 May 1859, in Edinburgh, Scotland, to an English father, Charles Altamont Doyle, and an Irish mother, Mary Foley, who had married in 1855.] Although he is now referred to as "Conan Doyle", the origin of this compound surname is uncertain. Conan Doyle's father was an artist, as were his paternal uncles (one of whom was Richard Doyle), and his paternal grandfather John Doyle. Conan Doyle was sent to the Roman Catholic Jesuit preparatory school St. Mary's Hall, Stonyhurst, at the age of eight. He then went on to Stonyhurst College, but by the time he left the school in 1875, he had rejected Christianity to become an agnostic. From 1876 to 1881 he studied medicine at the University of Edinburgh, including a period working in the town of Aston (now a district of Birmingham). While studying, he also began writing short stories; his first published...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Arvuti viirused

KUTSEHARIDUSKESKUS LAOHOIDJA ARVUTIVIIRUSED Juhendaja: Kus ja mis aastal 2 Sisukord Sisukord.................................................................................................................................. 2 Sissejuhatus............................................................................................................................ 3 Bootsektori viirused................................................................................................................. 4 Failiviirused ehk parasiitviirused.............................................................................................. 4 Kaasfailiviirused (companion virus)......................................................................................... 6 Hübriidviirus (multiple-infector virus, multipartite virus)...

Arvutiõpetus - Kutsekool
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E.Hemingway

He holds on to the romantic prewar ideals of love and fair play, yet, against the backdrop of the devastating legacy of World War I, these values seem tragically absurd. As a Jew and a nonveteran, Cohn is a convenient target for the cruel and petty antagonism of Jake and his friends. Read an in-depth analysis of Robert Cohn. Bill Gorton - Like Jake, a heavy-drinking war veteran, though not an expatriate. Bill uses humor to deal with the emotional and psychological fallout of World War I. He and Jake, as American veterans, share a strong bond, and their friendship is one of the few genuine emotional connections in the novel. However, Bill is not immune to the petty cruelty that characterizes Jake and Jake's circle of friends. Mike Campbell - A constantly drunk, bankrupt Scottish war veteran. Mike has a terrible temper, which most often manifests itself during his extreme...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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Keelefilosoofia raamat

) The foregoing parenthesized qualifications ("usually," "normally") are important. Kripke does not hold any strict universal thesis about proper names. He is generalizing about normal uses of ordinary proper names and saying only that, for the most part, such names are used rigidly. So he is not to be refuted by coming up with unusual flaccid names, which certainly exist: occasionally, a description is offered as conventionally fixing the mean- ing and not just identifying the referent of an apparent proper name. "Jack the Ripper" is an example. And in popular writings about Scotland Yard or British detective culture of the 1950s, for example, the name "Chummy" was used as a mere synonym for "the culprit"; it meant, attributively or flaccidly, just "whoever committed the crime." For that matter, probably any proper name has occasional flaccid uses. Frege (18921952a) offers a famous example: "Trieste is no Vienna ," where "Vienna" functions not as the name of a city, but as abbreviating a loose cluster of exciting cultural properties that Vienna has. In the same tone, on an occasion well remembered by American voters, 1988 Vice-Presidential candidate Lloyd Bentsen told his rival Dan Quayle, "Senator, you're no Jack Kennedy." But those are hardly standard uses of the names "Vienna" and "Jack Kennedy."3 Kripke offers a further little intuitive test for telling whether a term is rigid: try the term in the sentence frame, "N might not have been N." If we 48 Reference and referring plug in, for N, a description like "the President of the United States in 1970," we obtain "The President of the United States in 1970 might not have been the President of the United States in 1970"; and the latter sentence is clearly true, at least on its most natural reading: the person who was President in 1970 might not have been President then (or at any other...

Filosoofia - Tartu Ülikool
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Netherlands

In 1747 his son became stadtholder in all seven provinces as William IV. (3) In the late 18th century a struggle broke out between the party of the house of Orange, which had become conservative, and the Patriot Party, which desired democratic reforms. The Orange Party enjoyed a brief triumph with the help of an invading Prussian army in 1787, but in 1795 French troops and a force consisting of self-exiled Dutch citizens replaced the republic of the seven United Provinces with the Batavian Republic, which was modeled on the revolutionary French Republic. (2) 2.10 The Napoleonic Era and the Union with Belgium The Batavian Republic survived only until 1806, when Napoleon transformed the country into the kingdom of Holland. In 1810 he incorporated it into the French Empire. While the Dutch were under French rule, the British seized Dutch colonial possessions. After the fall of Napoleon, the Congress of Vienna restored the independence of the Netherlands in 1815. In addition, the territory now comprising Belgium was made part of the kingdom of the Netherlands. (3) 11 The reunion of the two regions was not a happy one, for they had become widely disparate in political background, tradition, religion, language, and economy. In 1830 the Belgians revolted and established their independence as a sovereign state. A conference in London of the major European powers formulated the conditions of separation in 1831. The Dutch king under pressure from France and Great Britain accepted the stipulations. But when they were later revised by the conference in favor of the Belgians, a Dutch army invaded Belgium and routed the opposing forces. The conditions of separation were again revised and were finally accepted by both countries in 1839. (3) 2.11 The Development of Parliamentary Democracy The seco...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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Austria

Austria Markus Põder 10 A About Austria Population about 8 355 260 Area 83 858 km2 Language German, Croatian, Hungarian, Slovene Capital is Vienna Location Located in heart of Europe Czech Republic and Germany (North) Italy and Slovenia (South) Slovakia and Hungary (East) Switzerland (West) Transport Round trip Airplane (600 EUR) Bus ( 400 EUR ) Car ( 200 EUR ) Accommodation in Vienna Hotel Beim Theresianum 3*** (100EUR) Hotel Mercure Imlauer Nestroy 4****(200EUR) Vienna Grand Hotel 5***** (One day 305 EUR) Weather Variable Snow in the Alps Sunny in Vienna o January 5 o July 30 Activities Skiing Snowboarding Coneing Trip in Alps IceSkating Places Cities (Salzburg) Museums Abbeys Waterfalls Parks Mountains Alps Beautiful rivers Necessary equipment Winter clothes S...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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