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The Orgin of Names of the Months

Named after Julius Caesar in 44 B.C.E. Prior to that time its name was Quintilis from the word quintus, fifth, becaus...

Ajalugu - Põhikool
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Islam

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 Sun...

Religioon - Keskkool
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Hingamiselundid

Hingamiselundid HINGAMISELUNDITE SÜSTEEM RESPIRATOORNE SÜSTEEM Hingamiselundite süsteem täidab väliskeskkonna ja organismi vahel gaasivahetuse ülesannet ja koosneb järgmistest elunditest: ninaõõs cavum nasi kõri larynx hingetoru trachea p...

Bioloogia - Keskkool
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Inglismaa

Britain has a diverse population that includes people with connections to every continent of the world. People have been coming to settle in Britain for centuries from many parts of the world. Some came because of political or religious reasons, others to find a better way of life or an escape from poverty. Britain's predominant historical stock is called Anglo Saxons. They arrived in Britain in massive numbers between the 5th and the 7th century. These people tended to be tall, bland and blue eyed. Native Britons fought the great flood of Germanic people and many Britons who survived fled west to the hill country. The refugees were called Celts. Celts tended to be shorter than Anglo Saxons and they had rounder heads. Most had dark hair, but high percentage of Celts had red hair. A big number of Scandinavians raided and settled in Great Britain and Ireland during the 9th centu...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Kapibaara ja ta käitume

KAPIBAARA JA TA KÄITUMINE Referaat Õppegrupp: G-1 Juhendaja: Aleksei Turovski Tallinn 2008 SISUKORD Tallinn 2008...

Psüholoogia - Tallinna Ülikool
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Anglo - Saxon

Architecture Early Anglo-Saxon buildings in Britain were generally simple, constructed mainly using timber with thatch for roofing. The Anglo-Saxons built small towns near their centres of agriculture. In each town, a main hall was in the centre. The architectural character of Anglo- Saxon ecclesiastical buildings range from Coptic influenced architecture in the early period; basilica influenced R...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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The Arabian language

The Arabian Language Grete Pehk 10.A General · One of the most widely spoken language in the world. · One of the oldest existing language in the world. · The national language in most of the North African countries. About Arabic · There are abou...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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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 M...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn

Sindi Gümnaasium Kunstiajalugu XXXX XXXXXXXXX Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn 15. juuli 1606 Leiden ­ 4. oktoober 1669 Amsterdam Aastalõppu referaat Õpetaja: Sindi...

Kunstiajalugu - Keskkool
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The Saxons & Vikings

The Saxons & Vikings Fragmentary knowledge of England in the 5th & 6th centuries comes from the British writer Gildas, the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, saints' lives, poetry, archaelogical findings and place- name studies. British landlords ruled small, unstable kingdoms and continued some Roman traditions of governance. In the mid-5th cent, Vertigern, a British leader, hired German...

British history (suurbritannia... - Keskkool
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London - sillad, tornid, ajalugu

The houses and shops were no longer inhabited, and in the early 18th century a system of traffic was developed to maintain order on the busy structure. The mayor of London asked that bridge passengers travel in particular directions, creating the system of traffic that still remains in place in London today. The history of the London Bridge structure in place today began in 1967 and was opened by Queen Elizabeth II on March 17th, 1973. The modern bridge has sleek lines and is adorned with red lights. Guests travelling to London may choose to make a stay at the London Bridge Hotel, or possibly visit the bridge Monument to the Great Fire of London or the Monument tube station. No matter how you choose to spend your time viewing the London Bridge, the contrast of a modern thoroughfare to the ancient bridges that it has replaced creates an intriguing tourist experience. To...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Järgarvud, nädalapäevad, kuud

Meessoost, naissoost, kesksoost 1st­ - ­ - 2nd ­ - ­ - 3rd ­ - ­ - 4th ­ - ­ - 5th ­ - ­ ­ 6th ­ - ­ - 7th ­ - ­ - 8th ­ - ­ - 9th ­ - ­ ­ 10th- - ­ - 11th ­ - ­ - 12th ­ - ­ - 13th ­ - ­ - 14th ­ - ­ - 15th ­ - ­ - 16th ­ - ­ - 17th ­ - ­ - 18th ­ - ­ - 19th ­ - ­ - 20th ­ - ­ - 30th ­ - ­ ­ 1. [ponedelnik] Meess. (esmaspäev) 2. [vtornik] Meess. (teisipäev) 3. [sreda] Naiss...

Vene keel - Põhikool
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Windpower

The first practical windmills were built in Afghanistan, from the 7th century to grind corn and draw up water. The first windmill for electricity production was built in Scotland in 1887 to power the lighting in the cottage, thus making it the first house in the world to have its electricity supplied by wind power. During the Second World War, small wind generators were to recharge submarine batteries. In the 1990s, wind power became more important, because fossil fuels pollute the atmosphere and humanity needed alternat...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Näidis artikkel inglise keeles

Walls and floors are scratched, chairs and tables scribbled and so on. Every day teachers in Viimsi Secondary School have to struggle with students, each being brought up differently. Biggest concerne causing children are in middle school. Latest incidents took place on annual Teachers Day, on October 2. 12th grade student Liliana Uljas was substituting 7th grade Estonian lesson when two teenager girls started fire by using hair spray and lighter. On the same day another angry student broke glass wall, after he was asked to leave from class. ,, I can't understand, if children doesn't have anything else but burn thing to do anymore!" said literature teatcher Kirsi Rannaste. Her statement was justified because few weeks later another incident took place. This time they were burning potato chips....

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Monument to the Conquerors of Space!

It is all clad in shiny stainless steel. In March 1958, a few months after the launch of Sputnik 1, a competition was announced for the best design of an obelisk celebrating the dawn of the Space Age. Out of some 350 proposals, the design by sculptor A.P. Faidysh-Krandievsky and architects A.N. Kolchin and M.O. Barshch was chosen. The grand opening of the monument took place on October 4, 1964, on the day of the 7th anniversary of the Sputnik 1 launch. Since the 1960s, this part of Moscow in general has had a high concentration of space- themed sights and names: besides the monument and the museum under it, the grand "Cosmos" pavilion in the Exhibition Centre displayed many artifacts of the Soviet space program. Many streets in the area have been named after the precursors of the space program (Nikolai Kibalchich, Friedrich Zander, Yuri Kondratyuk) and...

Inglise keel - 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...

Geograafia - Keskkool
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Canada

During the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Winnipeg was one of the fastest growing cities in North America and established itself as a transportation and manufacturing centre. The Winnipeg Metropolitan area is Canada's 8th largest Census Metropolitan Area, with 694,668 inhabitants, and the City of Winnipeg is Canada's 7th largest municipality. Winnipeg is a multicultural city and hosts numerous annual festivals. The city is known for its urban forest and parks and is the location of the famous Portage and Main intersection. It lies in close proximity to the Canadian Shield and hundreds of lakes including Lake Winnipeg and Lake Manitoba. The City has a number of artistic and cultural organizations, including the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, and is home to several professio...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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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 f...

British culture (briti... - Keskkool
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Canada - history and provinces.

1st July 1867 the Dominion of Canada was formed of Quebec, Ontario, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. The first Prime Minister of Canada was MacDonald. The railway was finished on 7th November 1885, after five years of building. Provinces Canada consists of five regions: the Pacific Region, the Prairie Provinces, Central Canada, the Atlantic Provinces and the North. The Pacific Region, which is the western part of Canada, consists of one province: British Columbia. It became a province in 1871. Its capital is Victoria and the biggest city is Vancouver. Name of British Columbia was chosen by Queen Elizabeth. The main industries...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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John Kennedy

Kennedy spent summers with his family at their home in Hyannisport, Massachusetts, also purchased in 1929, and Christmas and Easter holidays with his family at their winter home in Palm Beach, Florida, purchased in 1933. In his primary school years, he attended Riverdale Country School, a private school for boys in Riverdale, for 5th through 7th grade. For 8th grade in September 1930, the 13-year old Kennedy was sent fifty miles away to Canterbury School, a lay Roman Catholic boarding school for boys in New Milford, Connecticut. In late April 1931, he had appendicitis requiring an appendectomy, after which he withdrew from Canterbury and recuperated at home. In September 1931, Kennedy was sent to The Choate School (now Choate Rosemary Hall), an elite boys boarding school in Wallingfo...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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