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Ameerika ühendriigid

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 Vietnam War, and in the1990s in the Gulf War and now they are fighting in Iraq. Industry The US is extremely rich in natural resources. The western mountains are especially rich in them. The US is among the leading countries in the value of its mineral production. The US is third, after Russia and Saudi Arabia, in the production of petrol...

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The People of London

Now about a quarter of the capital`s inhabitants are members of ethnic minotities. The Irish community The largest non-English group. People from Ireland first went to London in 1845. Irish-born population is over 250,000 Indian communities Indians are London`s largest ethnic minority. Population 411,000 Thousands arrived from Uganda and Kenya in the 1960s . Many Punjabi Sikhs, live in Hounslow. Pakistanis and Bangladeshis Thousands live in London, mostly in the east. Tower Hamlets is home to about half the city`s Bangladeshis. The heart of the community is a Brick Lane. Lined with inexpensive resturants. Caribbeans and Africans Black Caribbeans are second largest ethnic minority. They come from islands. Caribbeans first arrived in large numbers after the Second...

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Nokia Report

This corporation involved in many sectors, producing at one time or another paper products, bicycle and car tires, footwear, personal computers, communications cables, televisions, aluminium, etc. The seeds of the current incarnation of Nokia were planted with the founding of the electronics section in the 1960s . In the 1970s, Nokia became more involved in the telecommunications industry. In 1981 Nokia invented the Nordic Mobile Telephony (NMT), which was the world's very first multinational cellular network. Soon after that Nokia started developing Global System for Mobile Communication (GSM) phones and became very successful at that time. As the years went Nokia became the largest manufacturer of mobile telephones and made its way to what it is toda...

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Superstar 1 tests

______________________________ 6 Last year we wentwere going camping and we had a great time. ______________________________ 7 My mum was takingtook a picture when she dropped the camera. ______________________________ 8 Hippies livedwere living in the 1960s and 1970s. ______________________________ 9 The plane arrivedwas arriving in Madrid on time. ______________________________ 10 I playedwas playing football when I broke my leg. ______________________________ Marks:...

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Straitland

Straitland Historical Facts Straitland has served as a junction of international trade routes for Vikings. Long...

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Means of communication

23. Means of communication Introduction A few centuries ago people knew only a few kinds of communication. They could speak to each other, they could send their message from one place to another by smoke signals, they used mail. Later on, they also had some newspapers. The first expansion of media was when the radio and television were i...

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Lumelauatamine

Snowboarding Snowboarding is a sport where you use a snowboard which is attached to special shoes. Snowboarding was inspired by surfing and skateboarding and has a lot of similarities with skiing. It was started on 1960s in United States and it became a Winter Olympic Sport in 1998. Styles Freeride is the most common style of snowboarding. It involves riding down any terrain available. In freestyle the rider uses terrain features such as boxes, handrails, half pipes etc. Freecarve is similar to skiing, it's slalomriding. In that style of snowboa...

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Kanada referaat

The state is governed by the Government that reports to the Parlament. The Prime Minister is the leader of the party that holds a majority in the Parlament. Every Province has it's own Parlament and Government. The monarchy is represented by the leutenantgovernor. The Frenchspeaking province of Canada (Quebec) is very different culturally. Since the 1960s there has been a strong movement to became an independent country (separatist movement). 80 % of Canada's French speaking people lives in Quebec. Canada has ten provinces and two territories (the capital of each is shown in parentheses): Alberta (Edmonton), British Columbia (Victoria), Prince Edwars Island (Charlottetown), Manitoba (Winnipeg), New Brunswick (Fredericton), Nova Scotia (Halifax), Nunavut (Iqaluit), Ontario (Toronto), Q...

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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 revisit places l...

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London’s early history.

The heart of the community is a street called Brick Lane, lined with inexpensive restaurants that attract Londoners and tourist alike. Indian communities Indians are London's largest ethnic minority, with a population of about 411,000. Many came to the city after India became independent from Britain in 1947. Thousands more arrived from Uganda and Kenya in the 1960s , when these countries forced them to leave. Most settled in Outer London boroughs. Many Punjabi Sikhs, for example, live in Hounslow. Caribbeans and Africans Black Caribbeans are London's second largest ethnic minority. They come from islands such as Jamaica and from Guyana. Caribbeans firs arrived in large numbers after the Second World War. Most now live in Inner London boroughs such as Lambeth. Black Africans from coun...

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Topic – Australia

It was named by the Polish explorer Count Paul Strzelecki in 1840 in honour of the Polish national hero General Tadeusz Kociuszko. Like many of Australia's highest peaks, Mount Kosciuszko is not particularly difficult to climb. There is a road to Charlotte Pass, from which it is a seven kilometre walk up a path to the summit. Anybody with a modest level of fitness should be able to climb it. Until the 1960s the road was open to motor vehicles and it was possible to drive close to the summit. Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, is a large sandstone rock formation in central Australia, in the Northern Territory. It is located in UluruKata Tjuta National Park. Uluru is 346 metres high, more than 8 km (5 miles) around with a hard exterior compared to most other large rock formations which has prevented formation of...

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Topic - Great Britain

Among the earliest writers are Geoffrey Chaucer, Thomas Malory, Jane Austen, Charles Dickens, Virginia Woolf and of course J.K. Rowling. Scotland's contribution includes the detective writer A. C. Doyle, Sir Walter Scott, R. L. Stevenson and Robert Burns. Music from Britain and the UK has achieved great popularity since the 1960s , but one must not forget composers of classical music and folk music. Traditional music is a broad concept, as there is much variety between the different regions of England. Folk music varies from county to county and even within cities like London. 10. Sports A number of major sports originated in Britain including football, rugby, cricket, tennis and golf. The most popular sport of course is football. The country does not compete as a n...

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Topic - USA

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 in the Vietnam War, and in the1990s in the Gulf War and now they are fighting in Iraq. 14. Government Constitution The United States Constitution is the supreme legal document in the American system, and serves as a social contract for the people of the United States, regulating their affairs through government chosen by and populated by the people. All laws and procedures of both state and fe...

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Social Problems

In the eighteenth century, these were replaced by workhouses but these were intended to discourage too much reliance on state help. These were later replaced by dormitory housing ("spikes") provided by local boroughs, and these were researched by the writer George Orwell. By the 1930s in England, there were 30,000 people living in these facilities. In the 1960s, the nature and growing problem of homelessness changed for the worse in England, with public concern growing. The number of people living "rough" in the streets had increased dramatically. However, beginning with the Conservative administration's Rough Sleeper Initiative, the number of people sleeping rough in London fell dramatically. This initiative was supported further by the incoming Labour administration from 1997 onwards with the publicati...

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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 genius, how...

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Irish history

A famine in the mid-1800s caused deaths and emigration. Following a war of independence, Ireland was split into: the independent Irish Free State and Northern Ireland, which remains a part of the United Kingdom. The Free State left the Commonwealth to become a Republic in 1949. In 1973 both parts of Ireland joined the European Economic Community. The Troubles in Northern Ireland led to much unrest from the late 1960s until the 1990s, which subsided following a peace deal in 1998. The population of the island is slightly under 6 million (2006), with 4.2 million in the Republic of Ireland and an estimated almost 1.75 million in Northern Ireland. This is a significant increase from a modern historical low in the 1960s, but still much lower than the peak population of over 8 million in the early 19th century, prior to the Great Famine. The name Ireland de...

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All about High Tech

There is no specific class of technology that is high tech--the definition shifts over time--so products hyped as high tech in the 1960s would now be considered, if not exactly low tech, then at least somewhat obsolete. This fuzzy definition has led to marketing departments describing nearly all new products as high tech. Economy Because the high-tech sector of the economy develops or uses the most advanced technology known, it is often seen as having the most potential for future growth. This perception has led to high investment in high-tech sectors of the economy. High-tech st...

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Ireland report

Music and dance The Irish tradition of folk music and dance is also widely known. In the middle years of the 20th century, as Irish society was attempting to modernise, traditional music tended to fall out of favour, especially in urban areas. During the 1960s , and inspired by the American folk music movement, there was a revival of interest in the Irish tradition. Of note also is a growing genre of Irish music fused with heavy Heavy Metal called Celtic Metal Celtic Battle Metal (also sometimes called Folk Metal). Geasa, Primordial, Waylander, Cruachan and Mael Mordha are examples of bands who perform this style of music. Ireland's biggest selling female artist is Enya; she is also the second bi...

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Mobiiltelefonide uurimistöö

Mobiiltelefon ei oleks meil ilma eelnevate tehnikasaavutusteta olemaski. Mobiiltelefon on olnud liikvel oleva tähtsaim sidevahend alates aastast 1980. Mobiiltelefonide kasutajate hulk suureneb pidevalt. Eestis on varsti arvatavasti 90 protsendil elanikest taskus mobiiltelefon. Mobiilkaubandus ja erinevad võimalused mobiiliga ma...

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U.S.A

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 Vietnam War, and in the1990s in the Gulf War and now they are fighting in Iraq. Industry The US is extremely rich in natural resources. The western mountains are especially rich in them. The US is among the leading countries in the value of its mineral production. The US is third, after Russia and Saudi Arabia, in the production of petro...

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