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Britain history.

.... Britain recognised its independence in September 1783. In Britain, peasant farmers were replaced by farms, tiny strips of land were replaced by huge fields enclosed by hedges, so stray animals couldn't ruin the crops or mix with improved breeds of sheep and cattle. This agricultural revolution left large numbers of the population landless, but also led to the massive increase in agricultural production. Admiral Nelson defeated Napoleon and his troops in the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805, where he also died. Duke of Wellington ended Napoleon Bonaparte's dreams of wo...

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Konspekt USA history

...d devoted himself to philanthrophy · The role of Henry Ford Automobile manufacturer (8.) 1896 ­ invented the Quadricycle (8.) 1903 - Ford Motor Company was founded Massproduction cars => urbanisation VIII Immigration to the US · major source of population growth and cultural. Controversial ethnics, religion, levels of crime etc · Statue of Liberty Gift from France in recognition of the friendship established during the American Revolution Situated on Ellis Island Symbol of freedom and democracy · Causes of immigration from Europe in the 19th centu...

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Translation history

...involves questions along the lines of – if there is character in an Estonian novel that speaks in Saaremaa language variety, how should one transfer that into another language? What is the equivalent of Saaremaa language variety in English? Here the translator has to think about cultural issues as well – what it means to be from Saaremaa? Is it a rural (country) area? Do Estonians from the mainland have any bad feelings towards people from Saaremaa? Do they make fun of them? And after answering these and many other questions, the translator has to find a dialect in Englis...

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EXAM - English literature 2

1. The Jacobean masque Elizabethan one nation culture, now cultural polarisation between the new courtly culture and the rest of the country. Court in cultural isolation. Ben Jonson. King and courtiers were close to universally recognised ideal types (conflict with the reality). Mysticism. Emergence of perspective view, stage machinery, artificial light, revol...

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BRITISH NATIONAL SYMBOLS

... 2 INTRODUCTION Language is an important and prominent part of culture, so to learn the language well, it is necessary to understand cultural backgrounds of the language. The level of our learning cannot be judged just from the mastery of the vocabulary and grammar, it should also be judged from the point of view of country studies knowledge. This paper will try to explore the British National Symbols which is one of the themes in the school c...

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Great Britain

... a British monarch; only Queen Victoria has reigned longer. Her Silver and Golden Jubilees were celebrated in 1977 and 2002; her Diamond Jubilee is being celebrated during 2012. Cultural Life in Great Britain Artistic and cultural life in Britain is rather rich, like in most of the European countries. It has passed several main stages in its evelopment. The Saxon King Alfred encouraged the arts and culture. The chief debt owed to him by English literature is for his translations of ...

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TheCodeBreakers

...ography appears spontaneously — as its parents, language and writing, probably also did. The multiple human needs and desires that demand privacy among two or more people in the midst of social life must inevitably lead to cryptology wherever men thrive and wherever they write. Cultural diffusion seems a less likely explanation for its occurrence in. so many areas, many of them distant and isolated. The Yezidis, an obscure sect of about 25,000 people in, northern Iraq, use a cryptic script in their holy books because they fear persecution by their Moslem neighbors. Tib...

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Inglise keelt kõnelevate maade ajaloo eksamiküsimused

...elts brought iron working, iron ploughs and metal swords, horses, wheels and chariots - all these things gave them an instant superiority over the native tribes. The Celts built a number of hill forts throughout the region. The society was divided into warrior aristocracy, agricultural commons and the priests, the druids. *Caesar in Britain - Britain was very rich in minerals but that wasn't the main reason Caesar wanted to defeat it. He could clearly see that Britain was a threat to his latest and greatest conquest - France. He invaded Britain twice, in 55 and 54 BC. Th...

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Topic - Great Britain

...open fields with their tiny strips of land worked by farmers were quickly replaced by compact farms, with large farms surrounded by hedges and ditches to prevent stray animals from ruining the crops or mixing with the new, improved breeds of sheep and cattle. This so-called agricultural revolution left large numbers of the rural population landless but also led to the massive increase in agricultural production necessary to feed the country's growing non-agricultural population. Less than 3% of the working population is employed in agriculture in Britain, yet the industry produces a...

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Christopher Vogler The Writers Journey

...imposing its forms on every story can be stultifying. It should be used as a form, not a formula, a reference point and a source of inspiration, not a dictatorial mandate. xviii PREFACE CULTURAL IMPERIALISM Another of the clangers of standardized language and methods is that local differ­ ences, the very things that add zest and spice to journeys to faraway places, will get hammered into blandness by the machinery of mass production. Artists around the world are on guard against "cultur...

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English as a Global Language

...sh, however lingingistic history shows us that such speculations have to be made with precautions, remembering about the fate of French and Latin. Several possibilities can be envisaged. A significant change in the balance of power – whether political, economic, technological or cultural – could affect the standing of other languages so that they become increasingly attractive, and begin to take over functions currently assumed by English. Pressures arising out of the need to express community identity might disrupt the ability of English to function as a global language. ...

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ASPECTS OF BRITISH HISTORY

... 0C cooler than the south. The heaviest rains fall in the highland areas of the west and north. The surface is varied too. The north and west are mountainous or hilly. Much of the south and east is flat or low- lying. That means that the south and east on the whole have better agricultural conditions, and it is possible to harvest crops much earlier than in the north. So it is not surprising that south-east Britain has always been the most populated part of the island. For this reason it has always had the most political power. Protected by the ...

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London - the capital of Great Britain

... the structure and decoration of which is seen today. Queen Victoria was the first monarch to live in the Palace, from 1837, and it has been the London home of the Royal Family ever since. The Royal Standard flies above the Palace when The Queen is in residence. London is a big cultural centre. There are many theatres, cinemas, concert halls, picture galleries and museums there. The London Eye is one of the best tourist attractions in London. It is a 135 metres high observation wheel and it's at the moment the largest observation wheel in the world. It rotates at the rate o...

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Roman Britain

...y Roman Britain Roman Britain was those parts of the island of Great Britain controlled by the Roman Empire between 43 and about 410. The Romans referred to their province as Britannia. Prior to the Roman invasion, Iron Age Britain already had cultural and economic links with Continental Europe, but the invaders introduced new developments in agriculture, urbanization, industry and architecture, leaving a legacy that is still apparent today. Historical records beyond the initial invasion are sparse, although many Roman historians mention the prov...

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Inglise keelt kõnelevate maade ajalugu lühikonspekt

... would they choose a single leader Legacy- hill-forts, farms, churches, field system, woodland, pasture, weapons, iron objects, langugae, culture Caesar in Britain The great Roman Emperor Firts came 55 BC to gather information, celts were doing agriculturally well,so romans wanted to get some food too In 54BC Caesar defeated Cassivelaunus Actual reasons why he made expeditions are unknown or wheteher he wanted to intend conquest The Roman Occupation 43-410 43 AD Emperor Claudius conquered Britain, it was easy, romans w...

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Prehistoric Britain

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Prehistory, Saxon invasion and Celtic Kingdoms

... Stream which brings warm waters from the Gulf of Mexico. The northern part of the island in average 5'C cooler and it's mountainous or hilly and that's why the south has been more populated.. Britain became an island only 5000 years BC after the Ice Age ended. Britain's prehistory ­ The first evidence of human life on the island are dated back to 250 000 BC. 50 000 BC in a milder Ice Age period Britain became habitable again. People from that time were the ancesto...

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The Middle Ages

Years 1154-1485 Henry I was the first unquestioned ruler. One of the most important kings in the Middle Ages. He had lands in Britain & France. Then the government was the monarch, a person, not a place. He had more land than any pervious king. After his marriage to Eleanor ...

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ESTONIAN SYMPHONIC MUSIC. THE FIRST CENTURY 1896-1996.

UNO SOOMERE ESTONIAN SYMPHONIC MUSIC. THE FIRST CENTURY 1896-1996. AN OVERVIEW With a Historical and Cultural Summary IN MEMORY OF THE GREAT ESTONIAN COMPOSERS CONTENTS ESTONIA AND THE ESTONIANS FOREWORD IN THE FOLD OF TSARIST RUSSIA. EMERGENCE AND FIRST STEPS ON THE CLASSICAL-ROMANTIC PATH. HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION I. MUSICAL LIFE IN TARTU AT THE TURN OF THE CENTURY...

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The Saxons & Vikings

...was attacked by new barbarians who came from the North ­ Norway, Sweden & Denmark and were called Northmen. In different countries they were known as the Vikings, the Normans, the Danes. As England was more often raided from Denmark, the new invaders came to be known in English history as the Danes, the Norwegians invaded Ireland & Scotland. The Danes were of the same Germanic race as the Anglo-Saxons, but they still lived in tribes, were pagans. The Danes were well armed with long swords, spears, daggers, axes, bows, iron helmets & chain armour. Their ships were sailing-boat...

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Countrystudy Summary

...ns use the weather as a neutral talk subject. People start complaining about the weather if it has been like that for a long time. 10) The British weather has made the British easily adaptable, more reserved and a bit tired. British History Prehistoric Britain Hill figures / hl 'fgs / künkajoonised, -figuurid Hill forts / hl f:ts / künkakindlused Fortification / f:tf'ken / kindlustamine Ditch / dt / kraav Bank of earth / bæk v : / mullavall There are no written records of Prehistoric Brit...

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Keelefilosoofia raamat

...ust "whoever committed the crime." For that matter, probably any proper name has occasional flaccid uses. Frege (1892/1952a) offers a famous example: "Trieste is no Vienna," where "Vienna" functions not as the name of a city, but as abbreviating a loose cluster of exciting cultural properties that Vienna has. In the same tone, on an occasion well remembered by American voters, 1988 Vice-Presidential candidate Lloyd Bentsen told his rival Dan Quayle, "Senator, you're no Jack Kennedy." But those are hardly standard uses of the names "Vienna" and "Jack Kennedy."3 Kripke ...

Filosoofia - Tartu Ülikool
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Cialdini raamat

...pli- ance, and change has advanced, and the pages that follow have been adapted to re- flect that progress. In addition to an overall update of the material, I have devoted special attention to updated coverage of popular culture and new technology, as well as to research on cross-cultural social influence-how the influence process works similarly or differently in various human cultures. I have also expanded a fea- ture that was stimulated by the responses of prior readers. This feature highlights the experiences of individuals who have read Influence, recognized how one o...

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THE CAPITALIST NIGER

...ther; we do not produce the bulbs we use in lighting our homes; we do not produce the telephone gadgets we use in talking; the money we use, we do not produce the machinery used in engraving them; if not for the Europeans, we would still be using hoes in farming; all the modern agricultural equipments are made by other people for Africans. African women pride themselves in being beautiful. But the body lotion they use is imported; we do not produce the lipstick they use in colouring their lips in all kinds of colours; we do not produce the underwear we all wear; we do not produ...

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American Literature

... of landmark texts like Thomas Paine's The Age of Reason, and the Jefferson Bible, but the most influential thinker was undoubtedly John Locke, whose ideas spread to the colonies and across Europe. Main Ideas of the American Enlightenment: The Enlightenment caused a shift in the cultural and social attitudes of the people, bringing in some new and radical ideas. Republicanism: The doctrine of republicanism asserts a system of a government that is elected by the people of the nation. The roots of this ideology go back to ancient Greece, when the concept of a democratic governm...

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Kokkuvõte Inglismaa ajaloost

HISTORY TEST 5 invasions to Britain until 1066 1) The Celts o Gaels in 600BC; Cymry(Britons) in 300BC o From present-day Austria, Switzerland o The Celtic language survives in the names of many places in England- Dover, Kent, Thames o The Celts are best...

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The 4-Hour Body - An Uncommon Guide to Rapid Fat-Loss, Incredible Sex, and Becoming Superhuman - Timothy Ferriss

...mply balsamic vinegar and olive oil. Butter is fine, as long as the only ingredients are butter and salt. For cooking, you can use olive oil for low heat and either grapeseed oil or macadamia oil for high-temperature cooking. "Comparison of Dietary Fats and Oils," from Agricultural Handbook, no. B-4, U.S. Human Nutritional Information Service, http://www.adoctorskitchen.com/about/about-fats. (Courtesy: Deborah Chud MD) Macadamia oil is the new and improved olive oil. Since several high-level bodybuilding coaches introduced me to this new kid on the ...

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Netherlands

...able industrial relations, moderate inflation, a sizable current account surplus, and an important role as a European transportation hub. Industrial activity is predominantly in food processing, chemicals, petroleum refining, and electrical machinery. A highly mechanized agricultural sector employs no more than 4% of the labor force but provides large surpluses for the food-processing industry and for exports. The Netherlands, along with 11 of its EU partners, began circulating the euro currency on 1 January 2002. The country continues to be one of the leading European nation...

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Public International Law is a system of law

...y. A lot of countries want to become permanent members, but this wouldn't change anything really. There are a lot of candidates. Sooner or later this problem will be solved. Economic and Social Council ­ responsible for the issues of economic, social and cultural matter. 54 members, no permanent members, so re-election is necessary (by the General Assembly) Voting is simple majority by present member states. It has specialised agencies ­ different organisations which work under the umbrella of the UN. ...

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A New Earth

...t Greek in which the New Testament was written, to sin means to miss the mark, as an archer who misses the target, so to sin means to miss the point of human existence. It means to live unskillfully, blindly, and thus to suffer and cause suffering. Again, the term, stripped of its cultural baggage and misinterpretations, points to the dysfunction inherent in the human condition. The achievements of humanity are impressive and undeniable. We have created sublime works of music, literature, painting, architecture, and sculpture. More recently, science and technology have brought about...

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Challenges of childrens participation A Case Study of active citizenship in Cadle Primary School

...en, there has been increasing sociological interest in children which has provided a new perspective around the idea of children as social actors, and that childhood is not a natural phenomenon but a social 4 construct. It is now recognised that childhood is a culturally constructed phenomenon arising from human interaction.5 However, the new knowledge of children as competent 1 Mark Drankeford and Jonathan Scourfield and Sally Holland, `Welsh Children`s Views on Government and Participation`, Childhood, 16 (2) (2009) 247-264 (p. 249). 2 Invernizzi, A...

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Business peciliarities in Ukraine and Bealrus

... 12 Source: Ukraine Macro Outlook for 2013 by UkrSibbank (BNP Paribas Group) Not all bad news Ukraine could be a rich country. No other European country can boast its resources of coal, iron, gas, and rich agrarian land. Almost three-quarters of its area is agricultural land, more than half arable. Though the quality of legendary black earth deteriorated during the Soviet decades, it remains among the best globally. The country has some oil and conventional gas, and perhaps more importantly, possesses as much as 4 percent of global coal reserves. Though m...

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Briti kirjandus 20.-21. sajand kordamisküsimused vastustega

... allusions(vihje) · Borrowings from other cultures and languages · Unconventional(ebaharilik) use of metaphor · Metanarrative · Fragmentation · Multiple narrative points of view (parallax) Thematic characteristics(8) · Breakdown of social norms and cultural sureties(veendumus) · Dislocation(nihestus) of meaning and sense from its normal context · Valorization of the despairing individual in the face of an unmanageable future · Disillusionment (silmade avamine, illusioone purustama) · Rejection of history and the substituti...

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