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Nali: The World According to Student Bloopers

Paul's School One of the fringe benefits of being an English or History teacher is receiving the occasional jewel of a student blooper in an essay. I have pasted together the following "history" of the world from certifiably genuine student bloopers collected by teachers throughout the United States, from eight grade through college level. Read carefully, and you will learn a lot. The inhabitants...

Informaatika - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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The Universe according to Douglas Adams

It has remained unfathomable throughout history. Even in the Modern Era, where so much has already been achieved, we lack complete and certain answers to a plethora of questions about the Universe. Luckily, Douglas Adams already seems to have that covered in his book "Life, the Universe and Everything", which is the third installment in the series "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy". I...

Akadeemiline inglise keel - Keskkool
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Dorian Gray

Mari-Liis Luukas Dorian Gray ­ the Prince of Everlasting Youth The novel which describes the life story of Dorian Gray is out of the ordinary. It might have been a long time ago when it was written, but I haven't heard of a similar idea such as the starting point of the events. In the...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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Nägemis taju, Gibson VS Gregory

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 p...

Psühholoogia - Akadeemia Nord
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Prefixes with definitions

repopluate - to provide a new population for an area in which the population has declined 4. recalculate - to calculate again, especially in order to eliminate errors or to incorporate additional factors or data 5. impossible - describes a situation that is extremely difficult to deal with or solve 6. international - describes a situation that is extremely difficult to deal with or solve 7. irregular - not according to usual rules or what is expected 8. misunderstood - incorrectly understood or interpreted 9. miscalculate - to count or estimate incorrectly 10. overpaid - paid too much or more than usual 11. overbooked - to sell more tickets or places for an aircraft, holiday, etc. than are available 12. postgraduate - a student who has already got one degree and is studying at a university for a more advanced qualification 13. prepaid -...

Inglise teaduskeel - Keskkool
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Flowers, flower trees and flower shrubs

McGoarty and Kathy Anderson Eesti Maaülikool 2013 Bulb type flowers · Really unique plants · Best planted in groupings · Flower bulbs need good winter sleep. Pilt 1 Bulb type flower care · Blooms cutting · Cutting plant top · Do not bend over plant's top...

Inglise keel - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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WWW - ülemaailmne teabevõrk

TALLINNA TEHNIKAÜLIKOOL Raadio- ja sidetehnika instituut IRT3930, Side Õppeaine................................................................................................................ /kood, nimetus/...

Side - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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English portfolio

And there were some smaller towns like Rakvere and Paide, mercilessly plundered in the Northern War. Townspeople had to fight hard with the neighbouring landlords who considered them as. The population kept growing very slowly: in 1862 the number of townspeople was 64 000, which formed only 8.7 per cent of the population living on Estonian territory. The Estonian population in 1782 was divided according to social class as follows: nobility 0.6%; the clergy, townspeople, and other free people (excluding the Swedish "free peasants" of the coast and islands, resident since the 13th century); peasants, of who'm most were serfs. The split between social classes in Estonia was further deepened by the virtual coincidence of the borders between social class and nationality. The most important category in determining one`s social allegiance was the differ...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Reporti kirjutamine

REPORT What´s the purpose of the report? A report is usually written to give information to somebody who needs it. This means that the writer knows more about the subject than the reader. You may be asked to give information, evaluate something, or make suggestions and recommendations. MAKE YOUR REPORT CLEAR AND SIMPLE. What style should I use? A report is ba...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Links between Estonia and English speaking countries

It is one of the official languages of the United Nations. According to research by the British Council, around 375 million people in the world speak English as their native language and English has official or special status in at least seventy-five countries. The British Council has also noted that English is the main language of newspapers, airports and air-traffic control, international business and academic conferences, science, technology, diplomacy and sport. Perhaps even more important contributor to the...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Famous castles of Scotland

1204), or by his son Walter Stewart (d.1246), ancestor of the House of Stuart or Stewart. Alan was granted the lands of the Isle of Bute by William I in 1200. A wooden castle was constructed first, but the stone circular curtain wall was in place by the 1230s, when the castle was attacked and taken by Norsemen under Gillespec MacDougall (known as Uspak in Norse), grandson of Somerled. According to The Saga of Haakon Haakonsson, the Norsemen fought for three days to take the castle, breaking down part of the eastern wall by hewing the stone with their axes, and certainly the eastern wall shows signs of damage. This saga is the earliest recorded account of an assault on a Scottish castle. In 1263, Rothesay was taken again by the Norse under Haakon IV before the Battle of Largs. Although the Battle of Largs was indecisive, Haakon's...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Reporti näide

Report on the artists' financial support Aim of the report According to a recent survey, many artists could soon be having some serious money problems as The National Art Association is planning to stop paying a financial support to professional painters and it seems that they can not sell their paintings either. The survey which interviewed over 1000 The National Art Gallery guests was conducted by British Government. It found that guests are not flattered to buy art. Expensive Two out of five tho...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Tallinn

(The original vane is now a museum-piece). The main facade overlooks Town Hall Square and rests upon an open arcade. The Town Hall is a 2-storeyed structure with a basement and 11 rooms in all. The ground floor accommodates the present vestibule, it was called a wine cellar in the Middle Ages and it may have been a trading hall as well. The room next to the vestibule was a torture chamber according to the legend, but no evidence has been found to prove it. The main or the first floor was made up of the Citizens' Hall, the Council Hall, the office, the kitchen and the toilet. In the Council Hall the town councillors held their official meetings. They also had their parties and receptions there. Town Hall Square In the Middle Ages it was the real centre of the town, the focus of its social life and the most crowded part of Tallinn...

inglise teaduskeel - Põhikool
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Education

Hands-on learning is another factor difficult to overrate. Imagine trying to learn to draw from listening to a lecture. You must draw, draw, draw, and with time and tutoring, will improve. This is a truism, just like saying "reading is valuable." I imagine nobody complains about children spending too much time working. If anything the contrary complaint rings loudly. What I don't begin to know is the ideal breakdown, according to age, of reading, listening to instruction, and working or hands-on time. What about technology in excess? Before the age of printing and cheap paper, comparatively few people could become learned. Now, theoretically, our electronic age makes learning easier than ever. Well, technology is indisputably better. We can store and retrieve data much more efficiently. We can communicate in a flash. But still, at the basic level, we must be well...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Kitarrikursus algajatele 1osa-Ben Edwards

The sixth string of the A major chord is not played, but you play the rest. Throughout this newsletter series, every chord diagram will be accompanied by a picture of the chord being held on the fret board and video and audio of the chord being played for you to check with. Pictured below is the A major chord being played. Exercise: Playing the A Major Chord Position each finger with care, according to the above diagram. Make sure that each fingertip is placed directly behind the fret. Firstly, pluck across the strings one by one with your right hand, checking that each string rings clearly and is not muted or buzzing. Play the first Audio or video example to hear how the chord should sound. Now that we've looked at chord diagrams, I want to move on to strumming. Introduction to Strumming In a strum there are two types of guitar str...

Muusika - Keskkool
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Lõputöö - Lastetuba

Tartu Kutsehariduskeskus Puidu- ja ehitusosakond Hannes Haav LASTETUBA Lõputöö Juhendaja: Erna Urm Tartu 2008 1 ÜLESANNE Ülesanne on viimistleda vabalt valitud tuba. Valitud toaks sai lastetuba. Eesmärk on viimistleda see võimalikult lapsesõbr...

Ehitusviimistlus - Kutsekool
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How has Margaret Thatcher affected Britain

How has Margaret Thatcher affected Britain Margaret Thatcher is former British politician who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1979 to 1990 and leader of the conservative party from 1975 to 1990. She is the first and only woman to hold either post. Since her resignation, Thatcher has remained active in the politics of the United Kingdom, as well as the world...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Islam

" Other verses connect islm and dn (usually translated as "religion"): "Today, I have perfected your religion (dn) for you; I have completed 1|Page My blessing upon you; I have approved Islam for your religion." Still others describe Islam as an action of returning to God--more than just a verbal affirmation of faith. Articles of faith According to the Qur'an all Muslims have to believe in God, his revelations, his angels, his messengers, and in the "Day of Judgment". Also, there are other beliefs that differ between particular sects. The Sunni concept of predestination is called divine decree, while the Shi'a version is called divine justice. Unique to the Shi'a is the doctrine of Imamah, or the political and spiritual leadership of the Imams. Muslims believe that God rev...

Religioon - Keskkool
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Weather and climate

This was caused by alterations in the Earth's orbit at periods of 96,000, 40,000 and 20,000 years. Although that theory is widely accepted as a possible explanation for ice ages, it has not been proved. More than 50 theories have been put forward, but only a few have not been completely dismissed. Not long ago a new theory was published in the science journal "Nature". According to Dr. Garry Hunt, of University College, intense radiations from the nuclear explosion of a nearby supernova a star could cause the destruction of part or all of the ozone layer and in this way trigger an ice age. As for me, I like autumn best of all. The trees are covered with yellow and red leaves. Colors of these leaves that just start to wither are warm and they comfort me when I feel down. Days become shorter and the night...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Hemingway A Farewell to Arms (main characters)

Catherine Barkley - Much has been written regarding Hemingway's portrayal of female characters. With the advent of feminist criticism, readers have become more vocal about their dissatisfaction with Hemingway's depictions of women, which, according to critics such as Leslie A. Fiedler, tend to fall into one of two categories: overly dominant shrews, like Lady Brett in The Sun Also Rises, and overly submissive confections, like Catherine Barkley in A Farewell to Arms. Hemingway, Fiedler maintains, was at his best dealing with men without women; when he started to involve female characters in his writing, he reverted to uncomplicated stereotypes. A Farewell to Arms certainly supports such a...

Tekstistruktuur (inglise) - Tallinna Ülikool
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