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"1950s" - 89 õppematerjali

1950s - 1960s Siamese and intermediate between the more robust "Old-Style" that resemble early Siamese imports and the extreme modern Siamese.
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Ameerika ühendriigid

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 a black churchman by the name Martin Luther King started to fight for black people and said that they were equal to whites. After 1963 when he held his famous speech "I have a dream...", in 1964 the blacks were given same rights as the white. In 1968 King was murdered. The 1950s are known as the time of Cold War because of the competition with the Soviet Union. After that in the 1960s and 1970s the Americans fought in the Korean and i...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Margaret Thatcher

Unlike many Conservatives at that time, she had no difficulties in presenting her speeches as she talked with force and confidence on issues that mattered to the voters. Starting a Family and Career In Dartford Margaret met her future husband Denis Thatcher who was a local businessman. The couple married in 1951 and they had twins Mark and Carol in 1953. In the 1950s Margaret Thatcher trained as a lawyer, specialising in taxation. She was elected to Parliament in 1959 as Member of Parliament for Finchley, which was a constituency represented in the House of Commons. In 1961 Thatcher became the Parliamentary Secretary at the Ministry of Pensions and National Insurance. She also got the job of Conservative spokeswoman on housing and land. Thatcher was one of few Conservative Members of Parliament to support decriminal...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Briti kirjanduse portfoolio

The bulk of his work, set mainly in the semi-imaginary county of Wessex, delineates characters struggling against their passions and circumstances. Hardy's poetry, first published in his fifties, has come to be as well regarded as his novels, especially after The Movement of the 1950s and 1960s. Thomas Hardy was born at Higher Bockhampton, a hamlet in the parish of Stinsford to the east of Dorchester in Dorset, England. In 1870, while on an architectural mission to restore the parish church of St Juliot in Cornwall, Hardy met and fell in love with Emma Lavinia Gifford, whom he married in 1874. Although he later became estranged from his wife, her death in 1912 had a traumatic effect on him. He made a trip to Cornwall to re...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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Topic – Australia

Rich in natural resources, Australia is a major exporter of agricultural products, particularly grains and wool, and minerals, including various metals, coal, and natural gas. A downturn in world commodity prices can thus have a large impact on the economy. Agriculture Agriculture in Australia is a major industry, 402 000 people are employed in agriculture and agriculture related services. Until the late 1950s agriculture accounted for up to 80% of Australia's export earnings. That percentage has fallen with diversification of the economy. Most of the farmland in Australia is pasture for raising cattle and sheep. Farmland covers about 65 per cent of Australia. However, most of this land is dry grazing land. Crops are grown on only about 5 per cent of the farmland. But farmers use modern agricultural methods and so make the cropland highly productive. Austra...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Topic - USA

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 differently and until 1954 black kids had to go to separate schools. In the 1950s a black churchman by the name Martin Luther King started to fight for black people and said that they were equal to white people. After 1963 when he held his famous speech "I have a dream...", in 1964 the blacks were given same rights as the white. In 1968 King was murdered. The 1950s are known as the time of Cold War because of the competition with the Soviet Union. After that in the 1960s and 1970s the Americans fought in the Korean and i...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Why was life better-worse in Estonia 50 years ago?

Why was life better /worse in Estonia 50 years ago? If we go back in time 50 years, then we will find ourselves in the year 1958. Certainly it was not one the brightest periods in our lives, because all the Estonians were occupied by Russians and the governing power was also held by them. It was a time where we never even dreamed about life we are having nowadays. The way of life wa...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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The Cataclysmic Death of Stars

Growing up in the late 1950s in Texas, "I did everything you could do with potassium nitrate, perchlorate, and permanganate, mixed with a lot of other things," he says. "If you mixed potassium nitrate with sulfur and charcoal, you got gunpowder. If you mixed it with sugar, you got a lot of smoke and a nice pink fire." He tested his explosive concoctions on a Fort Worth golf course: "I screwed the jar down tight and ran like hell." "kaboomWoosley", now an astronomer at the Unive...

Inglise keel - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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Bridges presentation

Long, elegant, elliptical arches, piers half their former widths, special machinery for construction, and the introduction of an architectural motif used until the 1930s, the open parapet with turned balusters, completed this outstanding bridge. Widened in the 1950s , its original appearance was carefully maintained. Another masterpiece of the French Classical style is the Pont de Bordeaux of nineteen arches, more than 1640ft (500m), completed in 1822. Figure 5 Pontypridd Bridge (1756) over the Taff in South Wales (UK), had to be rebuilt several times until its builder, William Edwards, got the correct rise-to-span ratio to ensure that the 140ft (43m) arch would not collapse after removal of the falsework. Shu...

Inglise keel - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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Iirimaa

The legal name of the state is simply "Ireland", but its legal description the Republic of Ireland is sometimes used to differentiate the state from the island. On 29 December 1937 Ireland became the successor-state to the Irish Free State, itself established on 6 December 1922. Ireland was one of the poorest countries in Western Europe and had high emigration. The protectionist economy was opened in the late 1950s and Ireland joined the European Communities (now the European Union) in 1973. An economic crisis led Ireland to start large-scale economic reforms in the late 1980s. Ireland reduced taxation and regulation dramatically compared to other EU countries. Despite a forecast for reduced economic growth in 2008, Ireland today has the fifth highest gross domestic product per capita and the seventh gross domestic product per capita considering purch...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Ella Fitzgerald´i eluloo kokkuvõte

During her time with Webb's band, Fitzgerald recorded with a number of other musicians, including Benny Goodman. By the time she began her solo career in the mid1940s, she was a wellrespected figure throughout the music industry. Her vibrant and energetic voice showed an exceptional range and control. Performing with "Jazz at the Philharmonic," her popularity grew beyond the music world. Throughout the 1950s and 1960s, she continued to perform as a jazz musician, but concentrated primarily on popular music. Rivaled only by Frank Sinatra, her recordings of work by Cole Porter, Ira and George Gershwin, and Rogers and Hart were incredibly successful. One of the early "scat" performers, Fitzgerald found a place among the growing jazz innovators, making recordings with such greats as Billie Holiday, Duke Ellington, and Louis Armstrong. Her true ge...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Population

48. A decline in the farming workforce and rural population (rural depopulation). 49. The exhaustion of raw materials (coal and iron ore). 50. The decline of the basic heavy industries, such as steel, textiles and shipbuilding. Those wishing to work had to move south. 51. Higher birth rate in the industrial cities meant more potential job-seekers. Movements away from conurbations Since the mid-1950s, large numbers of people have moved out of London. At first these were the people who were forced to move as large areas of 19th-century inner-city housing were demolished. Many of these people were rehoused in one of the several new towns which were Citycreated around London. More Location recently even the outer suburbs have lost Population population 1 Lon...

British history (suurbritannia... - Keskkool
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Rulatamine

Skateboarding is the act of riding and performing tricks using a skateboard. Skateboarding can be a spare-time activity, a method of transportation, an art form and nowadays even a job. In the first paragraph I talk about skateboarding history. Skateboarding started with oldschool in the late 1940s or early 1950s when surfers wanted to surf when the waves were flat. Since that time a skateboard and its riding stile have changed totally. In the second paragraph I talk about skateboarding equipment. A main piece of skateboard is a skateboarding deck, what is pressed of seven thin veneer plates and where skaters stand. There are many different decks with different shapes and size. Under the skateboard are skateboarding trucks, what hold wheel against skateb...

Sport/kehaline kasvatus - Keskkool
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U.S.A

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 a black churchman by the name Martin Luther King started to fight for black people and said that they were equal to whites. After 1963 when he held his famous speech "I have a dream...", in 1964 the blacks were given same rights as the white. In 1968 King was murdered.The 1950s are known as the time of Cold War because of the competition with the Soviet Union. After that in the 1960s and 1970s the Americans fought in the Korean and in the Vi...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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The Eiffel Tower

The shape of the tower was therefore determined by mathematical calculation involving wind resistance. Installations Since the beginning of the 20th century, the tower has been used for radio transmission. Until the 1950s , an occasionally modified set of antenna wires ran from the summit to anchors on the Avenue de Suffren and Champ de Mars Eiffel Tower at night Restaurants The tower has two restaurants: Altitude 95, on the first floor the Jules Verne, an expensive gastronomical restaurant on the second floor, with a private lift Observation desk The uppermost observation deck, with a height of 275 metres, is the highest area of an architec...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Book Report "To Kill A Mockingbird"

Book report "To Kill a Mockingbird" Author The book was written by Nelle Harper Lee. She was born on April 28, 1926 in Monroeville, Alabama. She attended the local Huntington College and later studied law at the University of Alabama. She has won the Pulitzer Prize for that book and many other literary awards. Lee began to write...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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USA topic

Average earnings in the automobile industry are very high compared with those in other industries. City like Detroit, which was the main automobile industry city in the U.S. has been totally changed after the industries moved out to the East Asia countries. Half of the population has moved out from there since 1950s when there lived 1.8 million people, because of the lack of jobs. Now there lives 916 000 people and the number keeps decreasing. All the economy in Detroit was based on automobile industry and when they left, the economy had a big drop. America's pop culture America's pop culture is the music, movies, television. It doesn't really reflect the true culture of American people. We all know The Simpsons, Mickey Mouse, Elvis Presley, Supe...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Essee teemal Tiibet

Tibet Tibet is a plateau region in Asia, north of the Himalayas, and the home to the indigenous Tibetan people and some other ethnic groups. With an average elevation of 4,900 metres, it is the highest region on Earth and has in recent decades increasingly been referred to as the "Roof of the World". In the history of Tibet, it has been an independent c...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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Tuuma energia

Research into fusion for military purposes began in the early 1940s, as part of the Manhattan Project, but was not successful until 1952. Research into controlled fusion for civilian purposes began in the 1950s , and continues to this day. What is nuclear fission? Nuclear fission is a nuclear reaction in which the nucleus of an atom splits into smaller parts, often producing free neutrons and lighter nuclei, which may eventually produce photons (in the form of gamma rays). Fission of heavy elements is an exothermic reaction which can release large amounts of energy both as electromagnetic radiation and as kinetic energy of the fragments (heatin...

Füüsika - Keskkool
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Kubism

A major work of 1944, Three Musicians (Museum of Modern Art, New York), reprises a composition of 1930. A folk-like composition reminiscent of Rousseau, it exploits the law of contrasts in its realistic juxtaposition of the three men and their instruments. Stained-glass window at the Central University of Venezuela, c.1950s Upon his return to France in 1945, he joined the Communist Party. During this period his work became less abstract, and he produced many monumental figure compositions depicting scenes of popular life featuring acrobats, builders, divers, and country outings. Charlotta Kotik has pointed out that Leger's "determination to depict the common man, as well as to create for him, was a result of socialist theories widespread among the avant-garde both b...

Kunstiajalugu - Keskkool
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Briti muusika

After the war 'skiffle' bands became popular. These bands used household items, such as washboards and tea chests, as part of their set of instruments! Tommy Steele, who later became very famous, first played in a skiffle band. 1950s - Rock and Roll became very popular. 1960's - The Beatles began their career. They leapt to fame in 1963 with 'Please, Please Me'. The Beatles moved through the late 1960s as favourites of the 'flower power' generation - many young people enjoyed 'hippie' music. Other teenagers preferred the music of the 'Mods' - ska music and The Who. 1970s - The first big new sound of the 1970s was "Glam Rock", the main figures of this were David Bowie, Elton...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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