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London - climate, park and gardens

London is the capital of both England and the United Kingdom, and the largest metropolitan area in the European Union. An important settlement for two millennia, London's history goes back to its founding by the Romans. Since its foundation, London has been part of many movements and phenomena throughout history, including the English Renaissance, the Industrial Revolution, and the Gothic Revival...

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Famous castles of Scotland

Edinburgh Castle is an ancient stronghold which dominates the sky-line of the city of Edinburgh from its position atop Castle Rock. It is Scotland's second most visited tourist attraction. Human habitation of the site is dated back as far as the 9th century BC. As it stands today though, few of the castle's structures pre-date the Lang Siege of the 16th century, with the notable exception of St Ma...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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London - tornide linn

London There were some people living on the banks of the Thames, when the Romans came to England in 43 AD. But we don't know much about them. The Romans built houses, a port and a bridge over the river and named the place Londinium. The bridge which was built by the Romans was later known as London Bridge and it was built in stone in 1176. London...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Straitland

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

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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The UK

Summers are generally cool, but due to global warming they are starting to get drier and hotter. Hot weather causes terrible congestion on the roads as Britons rush to the coastal resorts. Winters are generally mild, with the most frequent and prolonged snowfalls in the Scottish Highlands, where it is possible to go skiing. If it does snow heavily in other parts of Britain, the country often comes to a standstill. Trains, buses and planes are late. Contrary to popular opinion, it doesn't rain all the time. There is certainly steady rainfall throughout most of the year, but the months from September to January are the wettest. Thanks to the rain Britain has a richly fertile countryside which is famous for its deep green colour. History The first inhabitants were Iberians and Celts who settled on the land and were often at war with eaeh other. In AD 43 the...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Clarification

What do you mean? I mean that people's situations can be very different. Let's take the very extreme situation of a young woman who marries an old man as an example. What do you mean by unnecessary? Let me explain. Every morning, people go up and down motorways or cross from one side of town to the other in their cars, when they could quite easily take trains or buses . Prices are rather expensive, but maybe that's a good thing. How do you mean? I mean that the country isn't inundated with tourists. It hasn't been ruined by time-share developments or scores of ugly hotels, bars and discos. .... in a sense most of us are already using them (computers). How do you mean? Well, whenever we use our washing machines.... we are using computer circuitry....

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Report

In order to prepare this report we interviewed students from all parts of college. According to students we spoke to, the car park is used by a lot of visitors and year by year more students have more cars. Not surprisingly, the car park becomes full and there are not enough possibilities to leave car. The second problem is that the buses often run late and are always full. The majority of students cannot afford the taxi fare from home to college. Some of them are unwilling to go on foot, because they are living far from college. The most realistic solution is to improve the bus service, writing to bus company. As a result good public transport will reduce the number of private cars. The second decision is to raise the price of car parking and extend it into the sports field. Pe...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Autodes kasutatavad pneuma-ja hüdrosüsteemid

Autommaaler. Marius Lepik Autodes kasutatavad pneuma-ja hüdrosüsteemid Referaat Juhendaja: Jaanus Kaido Viljandi 2009 Compressed Air Brake System A "Compressed Air Brake System" is...

Auto õpetus - Kutsekool
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London and Big Ben

gs you to Buckingham Palace and the changing of the Guard ceremony. Then it's time for lunch. It's v...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Bridges presentation

The combined experience of the railroads, bridge manufacturing companies, and the engineering communities enabled the railroads successfully to tackle long-span iron and steel bridges and long-span trussed-roof train sheds, two engineering icons of the 19th century. Figure 12 Whipple Truss Bridge (1867), Normanskill Farm, Albany, New York (USA), remains in service to this day, restricting only buses and trucks, thus testifying to the efficacy of Whipple's design. All members are original, their sizes determined by the forces they carried, deduced from scientific analysis. Smithsonian Institution The first practical design solution was obtained independently in the USA by Squire Whipple in 1847, and in Russia by D I Jourawski in 1850. Whipple had been working on the problem since before 1841, when he patented and built his all-iron bows...

Inglise keel - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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MRSA

Don't stop until your doctor tells you to stop. Don't share antibiotics with others or save unfinished antibiotics for another time. Inappropriate use of antibiotics, including not taking all of your prescription and overuse, contributes to resistance. If your infection isn't improving after a few days of taking an antibiotic, contact your doctor. Is it necessary to sanitize buses and close schools for cleaning? Most MRSA is spread through skin-to-skin contact or through shared items such as towels, razors and bandages. In most cases, it's not necessary to close schools unless an outbreak of MRSA cannot be controlled otherwise. It's possible that surfaces -- such as a bus seat -- may be contaminated for hours to days, but infection is not a likely result. Following the tips above is the most effective means of preventing...

Nakkushaigused - Tartu Tervishoiu Kõrgkool
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New York City

New York City New York City is on the east coast of the USA, in the south-eastern corner of New York State. It has a population of over seven million,the largest of any city in the country, and an area of 783 kilometres. The population of New York has contained members of many races ever since the 17th century. Nowadays about 40 per cent of its inhabitants are i...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Welcome to Tallinn

Welcome to Tallinn You have probably already heard that Tallinn was chosen to be the Culture Capital of Europe during the year 2011. So, we have already done a great deal of work to make our town worthy of this status. Tallinn is worth visiting not only at the main tourist season, but also out of it. Attractions: · The Medi...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Article translation

A Palestinian bulldozer driver rammed a police car in Jerusalem, injuring two police officers, and then hit a bus before he was shot, officials said today. Israeli police said they regarded the incident as a terrorist attack. The driver of the bulldozer was shot several times and taken by ambulance to hospital with severe injuries. There were conflicting reports about whether he had been killed...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Inglise keelt kõnelevad maad

" Author Unknown The Bald Eagle is the national bird of the United States of America. It is on the dollar bill and on many other things in the U.S.A. People say that everything is big in America. The cars and trucks are bigger than in other countries. The buildings are higher. There are many skyscrapers in American cities. The school buses in America are yellow. They look old and big. All the drivers can see the yellow buses easily. Official Name: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Capital: London The people of the United Kingdom are British and they speak English. London is a very big city. Big Ben, the big clock tower, is the symbol of London. Buckingham Palace is the home of the Queen. Queen Elisabeth II lives in about 12 rooms. St. Paul`s Cath...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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They speak english

The people of the UK are British and they speak English. London is a very big city. Big Ben, the big clock tower, is the symbol of London. There are big red buses called double ­ deckers. People sit upstais and downstairs on these buses. Tourists like them very much. The rose is the symbol of England....

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Everything is big in America

number of states in 1776. It has fifty stars that show the number of states now. The American people are fond of their flag. The Bald Eagle is the national bird of the United States It is on the dollar bill and on many other thing in the U.S.A. People say that everything is a big in America. The...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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London

London There were some people living on the banks of the Thames when the Romans came to England in 43 AD. But we don't know much about them. London first called Londinium . In 200 they built a wall around their city, a part of which can still be seen near the Museum of London . London Bridge was built in stone in 1176. It was London's only bridge until 1729. Now there are about twenty bridges . Lo...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Big grammar theory

Nouns: how is the plural formed? The plural form of most nouns is created simply by adding the letter s: · more than one snake / snakes · more than one ski / skis · more than one Barrymore / Barrymores Words that end in -ch, x, s or s-like sounds, however, will require an -es for the plural: · more than one witch / witches · more tha...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Introduction tallinnasse

SIGHTSEEING The main attractions are in the two old towns, Lower Town and Toompea, which are both easily explored on foot. Eastern districts around Pirita and Kadriorg are also worth visiting and the Estonian Open Air Museum near Rocca al Mare, west of the city, preserves aspects of Estonian rural culture and architecture. KADRIORG This is 2 kilometres east of the centre and is served by buses and trams. The former palace of Peter the Great, built just after the Great Northern War, now houses (part of) the Art Museum of Estonia, presidential residence and the surrounding grounds include formal gardens and woodland. The new residence of the Art Museum of Estonia: KUMU was built several years ago. PIRITA This coastal district is a further 2 kilometres north-east of Kadriorg. The marina was built for the Moscow Olympics of 1980, and...

Inglise keel - Kutsekool
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