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done on a Monday, your next few workouts will look like this: (Just finished: Monday—Workout A) Thursday—Workout B Sunday—Workout A Wednesday—Workout B Sunday—Workout A (notice the planned increase to 3 rest days preceding this workout) HOW DO I ADD WEIGHT? If you complete your required minimum of reps, add 10 pounds or 10% of the total weight in the subsequent workout, whichever is greater.
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Nothing can be done to prevent crime

Unfortunately, we are prone to make bad choices and reap undesirable outcomes. What in future can make more problem, what was. The difference is that most of us have some self-control, but in time of need human beings can change drastically their personality. That is why we can not prevent all crimes every time or build a perfect soci...

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What can be done to prevent petty crime?

I support this view for a variety of reasons. To start with petty crime can be prevented with teenagers, the problematical ones in particular should participate to educational courses organised by the state where they can learn everything about these petty crimes an also how to avoid getting in the middl...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Irregular verb

Be Was/were Been Olema Do Did Done Tegema Make Made Made Teostama Beat Beat Beaten Lööma See Saw Seen Vaatama Go Went Gone Minema Read Read Read Lugema Write Wrote Written Kirjutama Teach Taught Taught Õpetama Bring Brought Brought Tooma Tear...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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A lamb to the slaughter

"Tired darling?" "Yes," he said. "I'm tired," And as he spoke, he did an unusual thing. He lifted his glass and drained it in one swallow although there was still half of it, at least half of it left. She wasn't really watching him, but she knew what he had done because she heard the ice cubes falling back against the bottom of the empty glass when he lowered his arm. He paused a moment, leaning forward in the chair, then he got up and went slowly over to fetch himself another. "I'll get it!" she cried, jumping up. "Sit down," he said. When he came back, she noticed that the new drink was dark amber with the quantity of whiskey in it. "Darling, shall I get your slippers?" "No." She watched hi...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Almond Blossoms by Vincent Van Gogh

Vincent Willem van Gogh was born on 30 March 1853 in southern Netherlands. At the age of 37 he commited suicide after years of fighting with mental illness. He died on 27 July 1890. The Almond Blossom is a oil painting done on a canvas. Large white blossom branches like this against a blue sky were one of Van Gogh’s favourite subjects. Almond trees flower early in the spring making them a symbol of new life.They represented awakening and hope. He enjoyed them aesthetically and found joy in painting flowering trees. The blossoms of the apricot, peach and plum trees motivated him, and within a month he had created fourteen paintings of blossoming fruit trees. Exc...

Kunsti ajalugu - Keskkool
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Suuline eksam

abiks.pri.ee FREE TIME 1. Is music popular in your family? What music do you like? 2. What musical instruments have you got in your home? 3. Can you play any musical instruments? 4. Do you sing? 5. Have you sung at a song festival? 6. Has your school got a choir? 7. When do you last go t...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Blandings Castle

" "Eh? Cap? Is there a cap? So there is. Take it off, Beach." "Very good, m'lord." "Ah!" 2) "It's Aggie. My wife, you know." "Well?" "She's left me." "Left you!" "Absolutely flat." 3) "Why did you let him go? You must have known I would want to see him." "What good would that have done ?" "I could at least have assured him of my sympathy," said Lady Constance stiffly. "Yes, I suppose you could," said Lord Emsworth, having considered the point. "Not that he deserves any sympathy. The man's an ass." "Nothing of the kind. A most intelligent young man, as young men go." "Young? Would you call him young? Fifty, I should have said, if a day." "Are you out of your senses? Hea...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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Steve Ballmer

Steven Anthony Ballmer Steve Anthony Ballmer on Microsofti Korporatsiooni juhatuse esimees. Peale selle on ta 31 rikkaima inimese seas maailmas. Mis on tema edu saladus? Mida temalt õppida, mida kadestada? Kas ta sündis edukaks või õppis? Kas on tegemist veidriku,lihtsameelse, psühhopaadi või lihtsalt eduka ärimehega? Uurime seda meest lähemalt....

Informaatika - Eesti Infotehnoloogia Kolledzh
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Education

Fourth, we cannot say that we know something until we understand the effects of this knowledge on real people and their communities. I grew up near Youngstown, Ohio, which was largely destroyed by corporate decisions to "disinvest" in the economy of the region. In this case MBAs, educated in the tools of leveraged buyouts, tax breaks, and capital mobility have done what no invading army could do: they destroyed an American city with total impunity on behalf of something called the "bottom line." But the bottom line for society includes other costs, those of unemployment, crime, higher divorce rates, alcoholism, child abuse, lost savings, and wrecked lives. In this instance what was taught in the business schools and economics departments did not include the value of good communities or the human costs...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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99 ebareeglipärast tegusõna

99 Ebareeglipärast tegusõna 1 seisma stand stood stood 2 kleepima stick stuck stuck 3 rääkima tell told told 4 aru saama understand understood understood 5 võitma win won won 6 omama have had had 7 hoidma hold held...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Hispaania keele grammatika

Alfabeto A/a Ee / ee J/j N/n R/r W/w B/b Ff / ff K/k Ñ/ñ S/s X/x C/c Gg / gg L/l O/o T/t Y/y...

Hispaania keel - Keskkool
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Sports

I have done sport for whole life. That may-be because my parents do sport, actually our whole family do sport. My dad is good at duatlon (that realm consist of bike riding and running). He is good cross county skier. He attends many others field sports too example orientation, cross country riding, ice-skating, roller-skating and many...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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The Count of Monte Cristo

Furthermore, I might have made this indispensable journey if I'd known someone who could introduce me into Paris society. Now your offer has decided me." (p. 133) This quote shows how the Count does favors for people so that that person owes the Count a favor in return. When it is put in context, it seems like the Count just uses people for his own gains and doesn't really care about them. The Count is almost done carrying out his plans when he starts to feel like he's really gone too far. When the Count realizes that it's his fault that Villefort's wife and son is dead, he really feels guilty. At this point the Count reveals to Villefort that he is Dantes. Villefort goes mad right after Dantes reveals himself; which is all the more incentive for him to feel bad. "Monte Cristo paled at the horrible sight. He realized that he had gone beyond the limits of righ...

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Superstar 1 tests

There is one extra word which you do not need to use. aggressive nervous dull funny easy-going ambitious expensive usual experienced successful practical 1 She told a very ________________________ joke and everyone laughed. 2 She's a very ________________________ person. She will do anything to become famous. 3 They didn't give him the job because he was ________________________. He had never done anything like that before. 4 This is a very ________________________ animal. I've never seen one like it before. 5 I get very ________________________ before an exam and when I go to the dentist. 6 It's a great jacket and quite ________________________ considering its quality. 7 He's always having fights with people. He's very ________________________. 8 It's a nice idea but I think it's completely ________________________. It will n...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Bullying

It will make such an anger inside you that you really want to kill that person who is bullying you. It's hard to talk about serious things with adults sometimes, but they can help to stop bullying. Tell an adult that you trust and can talk to your parents, your teacher, your best friends or even your neighbour. If you've told a grown-up before and they haven't done anything about it, tell someone else. Having someone else there to support you can make it a lot less scary. Tell the adults exactly what has happened - who did the bullying, where and when it happened, how long it's been happening to you, and how it's making you feel. If you talk with an adult at your school, ask them what they will do to help stop the bullying. It is their job to help keep you safe. Most adults really care about bullying and...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Oliver twist - kokkuvõte

They then began playing a game where they would practice picking Fagin's pockets. Two girls with painted faces, Nancy and Bet came to visit the young men, and after drinking spirits, they went out with the young man. The Jew pointed out to Oliver what a nice life the young men led, and Oliver asked if they were done working for the day. Fagin said they were and told Oliver to try to lift the handkerchief from his pocket. Oliver succeeded, and began to learn how to `unmark' them Chapter 10: Oliver spent more time with the Jew, and the other boys each day learning more and more of how to unmark handkerchiefs, and playing the game of picking Fagin's pockets. After a while, Oliver wanted to go out with the boys and do the work they do, and finally Fagin all...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Kitarrikursus algajatele 1osa-Ben Edwards

4. Check each string that it rings clearly and is not muted or buzzing. As a beginner guitarist, it may hurt your fingers to play. This is normal. Every guitarist starts this way for the first couple of weeks. With practice, you will develop guitar fingers (hard skin on your fingertips). Holding the Pick Position the pick between thumb and index fingers like in the diagram below: Time to take a break. Well done , you've just completed the first part of this newsletter. Next you are about to learn about chords and by the end of this lesson you'll have learnt the A Major chord. Don't forget, for the ultimate guitar learning kit which includes step-by-step written lessons, video lessons, audio lessons and sophisticated software games, visit Jamorama.com Now you are ready to start your first lesson. Your aim in this lesson is to learn the A and D major ch...

Muusika - Keskkool
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Kitarrikursus algajatele 3osa-Ben Edwards

Just as a quick note, when you play a group of chords in order it is called a `progression' or a `chord progression'. In this progression we will start with a G then change to the D before finally finishing with the A. You will notice in this exercise that the A is played for twice as long as both the D and the G. I have done this so you can count out in fours as you have done in the previous exercises. Video and Audio Available: Dial Up Broadband QuickTime - Exercise 4 (839 KB) QuickTime - Exercise 4 (2.30 MB) WindowsMediaPlayer - Exercise 4 (1.32 WindowsMediaPlayer - Exercise 4 (2.73 MB) MB) Audio Audio mp3 - Exercise 4 (484 KB) I bet you never thought you would read this...

Muusika - Keskkool
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Kitarrikursus algajatele 4.osa-Ben Edwards

Jamorama In today's lesson we have a lot to cover. We will be playing all of the chords that you have learned: A, D and G, and we will be trying a new strum with these chords. By now you should be able to play and change between these three chords. If you followed the lessons carefully you should find these exercises a logical and easy progression from what you have previously done . It's great to have you with us... Today's lesson is based around trying to play a specific rhythmical strum on the guitar. The first three lessons have challenged your fretting hand. This lesson is going to challenge your strumming hand. Being able to play particular strums and rhythms is an important and often under practised part of playing the guitar. Many musicians get caught up in learning crazy chords or playing speedy scales. This can o...

Muusika - Keskkool
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Kitarrikursus algajatele 5.osa-Ben Edwards

This song starts in D, continues for two bars then changes for two bars of G before it returns for two more bars of D, it then finally goes to two bars of A. The strum used, is exactly the same as the one we looked at in lesson 4, so you should have no problems linking in with it. This is the longest piece of TAB I have asked you to read and play along with, but like I said you have done all the parts of it before. Now is the time to put it all together and play. This time I would like you to just try and play in your own time. I would like you to consider this a piece Section. Play this piece of music until you feel you are getting it together. Make sure that it is tight and sweet sounding before you move on to the next. One last thing... all the tracks in this lesson have a click in period of 2 measures (8 clicks) before you start play...

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