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Pandemic - Studying during Covid-19

Pandemic This year has come differently, everyone is really anxious and waiting for all of this to be over. I would even say that the whole year has had everyone on their toes, but I am trying to keep a positive mindset, there can always be worse. Sometimes I think people overdo it because Estonia doesn’t have it so bad, but better be safe than sorry. Studying at home is quite difficult for me, I don’t think it’s necessarily because of the pandemic, I’d say it’s more of a personal struggle. But when I have the motivation and or the goal in mind then I don’t think there is a more self-disciplined person than me. Most people probably enjoy studying from home because they can wake up when they want to, wear what they want to, eat what they want to and so on. But for me it just ruins my routines and boundaries therefore I get lazy and I start to slack off. Also I don’t like bringing “work” home becau...

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German Occupation of Estonia During WWII

German Occupation of Estonia During World War II By Sten Kangilaski & Kristen Tobias The Beginning · WWII began with the invasion of Poland · Poland was an important regional ally to Estonia · On september 24th, 1939, the Moscow press and radio started attacking Estonia as "hostile" to the Soviet Union. Summer War · After Germany invaded the Soviet Union on June 22, 1941, Finland sided with Germany in the Continuation War. · Thousands of people including a large portion of women and children were killed. · Dozens of villages, schools and public buildings were burned to the ground. German Occupation · Most Estonians greeted the Germans with relatively open arms. · In April 1941, Alfred Rosenberg laid out his plans for the East. · Rosenberg felt that Estonians were the most Germanic out of the people living by the Baltic Sea. The Holocaust · The first...

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Geograafia KT-8.klass

2. Where is prairie, pampas, steppe, and veldt situated? Eurasia­Steppe, North America-Prairie, South America­Pampa, South Africa­Veldt 3. Using the climate diagram describe the climate of the region. Temperate deciduous forest -Well-defined seasons with a distinct winter characterize this forest biome. Moderate climate and a growing season of 140-200 days during 4-6 frost-free months distinguish temperate forests. Temperature varies from -15° C to 25° C. Precipitation (750-1500 mm) is distributed evenly throughout the year. Temperate grassland- Semiarid, continental climates of the middle latitudes typically have between 25 cm and 50 cm of precipitation a year. Much of this falls as snow, serving as reservoir of moisture for the beginning of the growing season. Warm to hot summers are experienced, depending on latitude

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Importance of Packaging in Logistics Essay

Importance of Packaging in Logistics Packaging is important for effective damage protection, not only in the warehouses but also during transportation. Packaging is especially important to the logistics manager. The size, shape and type of packaging will influence handling and will affect warehouse operations. One of the most important tasks of the logistics manager is to co-ordinate the size of packaging with warehousing and with transportation. The reason why it is so important is that many companies design packages that are too wide or too high for efficient use.

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Billy Elliot

Billy Elliot Billy Elliot is a shy 11-year-old living with his miner father and older brother Tony during the miner's strike. Times are hard ­ his father and brother spend their days on the picket lines clashing with the police while Billy takes care of his senile grandmother. Billy's mother has passed away. Life has made Billy a sensitive and mature boy. His father forces him to study boxing to make him into his own image. Billy isn't interested in expressing himself with his fists, he has taken some ballet classes next door, run by Mrs Wilkinson. With the encouragement of ballet teacher Mrs Wilkinson he joins in with the classes and starts to express himself through dance. But Billy knows that if his father or brother would find this out, they wouldn't like it. With the adults busy with their own problems, Billy is able to keep his new activity a secret ... for awhile. When...

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The Tower of London

The White Tower consisted of three storeys and contains the austere Norman Chapel of St. John, which remains one of the best preserved examples of a Norman chapel in England. The present castle, now covering eighteen acres evolved around the Conqueror's keep, being added to by successive generations. The Tower of London in The 20th Century During the First World War eleven German spies were shot by firing squad in the Tower of London. Only one bomb was dropped on the Tower during that war and fortunately it fell on the moat. During the Second World War the Tower of London was closed to the public and the crown jewels were removed to a safer location. During the war the Tower suffered bomb damage and two 19th century buildings were destroyed. Part of the Old Hospital Block was also destroyed. Meanwhile Rudolf Hess the Deputy Fuhrer flew to Scotland in May 1941 and was imprisoned in the Tower. However only one German was actually shot in the Tower during World War II

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The Most Influential Figures in British History

The Most Influential Figures in British History There are many important historical figures, who have helped shape Britain into what it is today. In my opinion Elizabeth I, Queen Victoria and Winston Churchill are the ones who stand out and have had the biggest impact on British history. Firstly, Elizabeth I made a great impression on British history as she kept England from major wars during her reign, the kingdom expanded and she supported culture. The rule of Elizabeth I can be called a peaceful time as England did not enter any huge conflicts. She managed to keep good relations with other great countries. However, the defeat of the Spanish Armada left no one questioning the superiority of the British navy. In addition, the kingdom’s territories grew during her reign, Virginia in America being named after „The Virgin Queen“. Queen Elizabeth I also valued culture

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British test 2 questions

Church of England and he was now free to divorce Catherine and marry Anne Boleyn. 3. Why did Henry VIII get the title Fidei Defensor? The title was given to him by the pope because Henry VIII was against Protestantism and other religious reforms by J. Calvin and M. Luther. For that, the pope named Henry VIII the Fidei Defensor, meaning Defender of the Faith 4. Why did Mary I get the nickname Bloody Mary? Because during her reign, England became officially a Roman Catholic country, Parliament persecuted a lot of protestants and over 300 people who were burned at the stake. 5. Historians often speak about different ages or times in British history. When (in which centuries) were the following ages: Elizabethian, Georgian, Victorian. Characterise each of them (2 ­ 3 sentences). Elizabethian time started in the middle of 16th century and ended in the beginning of 17th century

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Prepositions

Prepositions Table of Contents Prepositions of Time – in, on & at ....................................................................... 2 Prepositions of Time – for & since ....................................................................... 3 Prepositions of Time – for & during ..................................................................... 3 Prepositions of Time – during & while ................................................................. 4 Prepositions of Time – by & by the time .............................................................. 4 Prepositions of Time – until & from ... till / to ... ................................................. 4 Prepositions of Time - ago................................................................................... 5 Prepositions of Place – in ................................................................

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Michelangelo

The portrait of Michelangelo by Daniele de Volterra The Pietà is a marble sculpture in St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City MICHELANGELO Italian sculptor, painter, architect and poet. He was one of the founders of the High Renaissance and, in his later years, one of the principal exponents of Mannerism. He was born in 6 March, 1475 in Caprese, the son of the local magistrate, his family returned to Florence soon after his birth. During his life he lived in city's like Florence, Venice and Bologna in Tuscany, nowadays Italy. Later, during the prolonged illness and after the death of his mother, he lived as a stonecutter and his wife and family in the town of Settignano where his father owned a marble quarry and a small farm. Michelangelo once said to the biographer of artists Giorgio Vasari, "What little good I have within me came from the pure air of your native Arezzo and the chisels and hammers."

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The Giant Eland

Both sexes have tightly spiralled horns, which are relatively straight. In males the horns form a wide "V" and can grow to 120 cm (4 ft) in length, slightly longer than on females. Ontogeny and Reproduction Gestation Period: 9 months Young per Birth: 1 Weaning: After 6 months. Sexual Maturity: Females at 15-36 months, males at 4-5 years. Life span: Up to 25 years. Primarily nocturnal, Giant Elands are highly nomadic, with large home ranges and seasonal migration patterns. During the day, herds often rest in sheltered areas. A gregarious species, Giant Eland herds usually consist of twenty or more animals and do not disband during the wet season, suggesting that social rather than ecological factors are responsible for herding. There is no evidence of territoriality, and males rarely display aggression, even during the breeding season. Giant Eland are alert and wary, making them difficult to approach and observe. They move quickly, running at over 70 km/h (42

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London - inglise keeles kokkuvõte

LONDON The history of the town is very closely linked with the history of the country itself. The name probably comes from the celtic words Llyn, which means a lake, and Dun, which means a fort or a strong place. Although the site was not important during the Celtic period (400 BC ­ 43 AD) During the Roman occupation Londinium, as it was called then, was not influential politically, but was, however an important crossing point for the romans over the river Thames. Londinium was at a very good place, so it soon became a trading centre. In AD 61 the city was devastated by Boudicca, who led a revolt againt the Roman conquest of Britain. The city was burned down and its inhabitants massacred. London was rapidly rebuilt,

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Making Wine - questions and answers

1. Where does red wine get its colour? Skin fermentation 2. What is must and what does it contain? Freshly prest grape juice 3. What is the proper time to pick the grapes? Acid and sugar level are on peack levels 4. How do under and over ripe grapes affect the final product? They affect flavor, color and acid levels 5. Why is sulfite added in minute amounts immediately after crushing? To prevent fermentation prematureli 6. What is maceration and what happens during this period? It gives wine it´sbody and color. 7. What is malic acid converted into during the final stage of primary fermentation and how does it affect the wine? Lactic acid and garbonic gas 8. What happens during pressing? It ´ s doing wine softer and rounder 9. What happens if you postpone pressing the must for too long? Wine can take verry unplesent taste and aroma 10. What is elevage and how does it effect the wine? Clarification, incidental oxidation

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Tundra

nutrients, and short growing seasons. Dead organic material functions as a nutrient pool. The two major nutrients are nitrogen and phosphorus. Nitrogen is created by biological fixation, and phosphorus is created by precipitation. The most distinctive characteristic of tundra soil is its permafrost, a permanently frozen layer of ground. The average winter temperature is -28°C, but the average summer temperature is 3-16°C. During the brief summers, the top section of the soil may thaw out allowing plants and microorganisms to grow and reproduce. However, these plants and microorganisms become dormant during the cold winter months. Soil is formed slowly. The constant freezing and thawing in the tundra helps to break the rocks into smaller pieces. Permafrost consists mostly of gravel and finer material. The arctic tundra is also a windy place and winds can blow between 48 to 97 kilometres

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Prague

Arms Flag The location of Prague in the Czech Republic Name The name Prague is derived from an old Slavic root, praga, which means "ford", referring to the city's origin at a crossing point of the Vltava river. The native name of the city, Praha, is also related to the modern Czech word práh which means threshold. History The area of Prague was settled as early as the Paleolithic age. By the year 800 there was a simple fort fortified with wooden buildings. It was founded during the Romanesque era c. 885 and flourished in the Gothic and Renaissance eras. Prague flourished during the reign of Charles IV. Charles IV founded the first university in MiddleEurope ­ Charles University Prague seen from satellite View of Prague from Petri hill The front view of St. Vitus Cathedral with its rose window The astronomical clock of Prague The National Museum Zizkov Television Tower Charles University in Prague Old Town Square Old Town Square during Christmas

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TEST - the history of London

TEST – The history of London 1) London was definitely not an important place during the Celtic period. It was just a mosquito-infested swamp. 2) London became a trading centre during the Roman occupation. It was an important crossing point for the Romans over the river Thames. Market forces began to operate. With troops stationed and ships calling, merchants will inevitably set up shops. 3) The Celtic warrior queen Boudicca and her tribesmen fought against the Roman conquest and devastated Londinium. The city was burned down and its inhabitants massacred. 4) London was rapidly rebuilt and in AD 122 the Roman walls were built around it as a defence.

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Panga Pank (Inglise keeles)

PANGA CLIFF The Panga cliff is located on the northern shore of Saaremaa, at the end of the Kuressaare - Võhma road, close to Panga village. It is the highest of the Saaremaa and Muhu cliffs, reaching to a maximum of 21.3 meters. The entire cliff is approximately 2.5 kilometers long. Standing at the tip of the cliff, one can clearly see another half-circular cliff under water. This is especially noticeable during storms, when the waves break against the underwater rocks, while the inside of the half-circle is calm. During bird migrations in the spring and fall, this half-circular lagoon is a favorite stopover point for storks on their long trip to and from Egypt, where most of them spend the winter. Sometimes there are well over a hundred storks, as well as other waterbirds, resting in the calm waters of the lagoon. Folk tradition ties Panga cliff as a place of worship and sacrifice

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Jaanipäev

Jaaniõhtu, also called Jaanilaupäev and Jaanipäev are the most important days in the Estonian calendar, apart from Christmas. The short summer seasons with long days and brief nights hold special significance for the people of Estonia. Jaanipäev is celebrated in the night between 23rd and 24th of June, a few days after the summer solstice, when night seems to be non-existent. For Estonians, Jaanipäev celebrations were merged with the celebration of Võidupüha during the War of Independence when Estonian forces defeated the German troops on 23 June 1919. After this battle against Estonia's traditional oppressors, Jaaniõhtu and the lighting of the traditional bonfires became linked with the ideals of independence and freedom. Jaanipäev marks a change in the farming year, specifically the break between the completion of spring sowing and the hard work of summer hay-making. Understandably, some of the rituals of Jaanipäev have very strong folkloric roots

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Buckhingam Palace

Buckingham Palace About Buckingham Palace Buckingham Palace serves as both the office and London residence of Her Majesty The Queen. It is one of the few working royal palaces remaining in the world today. During the summer, visitors can tour the nineteen State Rooms, which form the heart of the Palace. These magnificent rooms are decorated with some of the greatest treasures from the Royal Collection, including paintings by Rembrandt, Rubens and Canaletto and sculpture by Canova. History Buckingham Palace history is going back to the time of Queen Victoria in 1837 . Then, the Palace has been serving as the London Royal residence. In 1703, the Duke of Buckingham had created the Buckingham House

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Inglismaa

North Sea to the east, with the English Channel to the south separating it from continental Europe. The mainland of England consists of the central and southern part of the island of Great Britain in the North Atlantic but England also includes over 100 small isl such as the Isles of Scilly and the Isles of weight.The area now called England has been settled by people of various cultures for about 35,000 years, but it takes its name from the Angles, one of the Germanic tribes who settled during the 5th and 6th centuries. England became a unified state in AD 927, and since the Age of Discovery, which began during the 15th century, has had a significant cultural and legal impact on the wider world. The Kingdom of Englan which after 1284 included Wales was a sovereign state until 1.May 1707, when the Acts of Union put into effect the terms agreed in the Treaty of Union the previous year, resulting in a political union with the Kingtdom of Great Britain to create the new Kingdom of

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GIIDINDUS

The management of the city worked in the Town Hall until the year 1970 The only gothic town hall on Northern Europe Weathervane Old Thomas The height of the towe is 64 metres Town Hall pharmacy Is one of the oldest working pharmacies in Europe and the oldest company in Tallinn Was first mentioned in 1422 There were also sold other goods like: ground bats, dried frog feet etc You can try spiced wine claret which was known and valued during the middle ages Bread passage Smallest square in Tallinn Name earned by the numerous bakeries that made delicious bread during the Middle Ages Cute miniature shop where the bakery was belonged to a former whose family coat of arms are still decorating the door. The Holy Spirit church It was built in 1360.This church plays an important role in Estonian cultural history.

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Home alone summary

mistakenly left behind when his family flies to Paris for a Christmas vacation. Seven year-old Kevin McCallister comes to regret his wish to live alone when his parents accidentally forget him when they leave for a trip to Paris, and he must protect his home from burglars. After a fight with his older brother, Buzz, over Little Nero's pizza, Kevin McCallister gets sent to the attic bedroom, where he wishes that his family would simply disappear. A power line failure during the night resets all the alarm clocks, and the rest of the family rushes the following morning to leave to go on a Christmas vacation to Paris. During the confusion, Kevin is accidentally left at home by himself and experiences what it is like to be independent for the first time. At the same time two intruders, Harry and Marv , plan to break-into the (almost) vacant home. About the Author Todd Strasser is an American author

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Tobogganing

Tobbogganing What is it? Tobagganing is a winter sport where you use a sled to slide down a smooth hill. Breakneck speed down a high-banked icy bobsled run. How did it get started? The event was started long back. There was not much entertainment options left with the people. During winter, flowing from the hill would freeze. Most kids would spend hours skating down the hill The toboggan Originally an American Indian sled made of poles tied together with thongs. The modern version is usually built of thin, straight-grained boards of hickory, birch, or oak fastened together by light crosspieces. Metal or laminated wood. The front end is bent up and back to form the hood and is braced by rope or leather thongs.

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Every person should train each day

". Yes, there are negative things about that, but mostly it is because you work out too hard and then the good things fade away. The biggest positive thing about training is that your body looks good. You feel more comfortable in it when you know you've worked very hard to get it. Another good thing about training every day is that you feel more energized. Usually you wake up in the morning and feel very tired, but when you go on a daily run, it wakes you up and you feel a lot better during the day. Some people think that it is bad for your health to train daily, but I disagree. Studies have shown that people who train are more healthy and they don't get ill as often as other people. There might be few negative things when you train each day, but it's usually because people get too into it. You shouldn't train so hard that you overwhelm your body. It doesn't get you bigger muscle or burn more fat. The other thing that people

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Education in Estonia

Education in Estonia { The beginning The history of formal education dates back to 1314th century crusades The first schools were built near churches The first primer was published in 1575 It was possible to learn reading & writing in various guilds during the 16th century 1617th century Education in the Estonian language started after the reformation by Martin Luther During Swedish era, on Gustav Adolf II's orders, the first school and university were built ­ in 1631 GAG in Tallinn and in 1632 the University of Tartu After The Great Northern War, as Estonia was occupied by Russia, many admiralty schools were built 18th century During the reign of Russian empress Katarina II, many great improvements were made in peasant school

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Old Tallinn

own citizens who have walked the streets of the medieval city for decates. Ten face of the Old Town  Vibrant old town The Old Town Has Never become a museum exhibit of frozen time or dusty walls.  Musical city Music fits into old town.During the Old Town Days you can find musicians everywhere.  Forever – young city Youth and beauty are a math for the Old Town .The youthfulness of the ancient town is strikingly visible during the Old Town Days.  Impressions and expressions Calm and bening superiority to everyday problems reflects in the faces,impression and expressions of the townspeople and the guests.  Knights game Old traditions come alive during the Old Town Days.  History and the present day The Old Town has tight connections with the modern days but it can keep its ancient secrets.  A town of masters The masters of Tallinn have been famous near and far throughout history.

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Introducing Red Grouse Scoticus (Lagopus Lagopus scotica )

Habitat Red Grouse is endemic to the British Isles The British population is estimated at about 250,000 pairs with around 1­5,000 pairs in Ireland Pretators like Hen Harrier, foxes and sometimes dogs hunt them. What they eat? The Red Grouse is herbivorous and feeds mainly on the shoots, seeds and flowers of heather. It will also feed on berries, cereal crops and sometimes insects. Breeding form pairs during the autumn males become increasingly territorial as winter progresses nest is a shallow scrape up to 20 cm across which is lined with vegetation six to nine eggs are laid, mainly during April and May glossy and pale yellow with dark brown blotches eggs are incubated for 19 to 25 days, the chicks can fly after 12 to 13 days after hatching and are fully grown after 30 to 35 days The Red Grouse and humans game bird

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Greec wedding traditions

Greek Wedding Traditions Weddings in Greece are quite important, specially in religious people. It all starts with the engagement, which is held in the presence of family and friends. The bride and the groom will exchange rings. After that there is usually a feast to celebrate the engagement. Wedding day is usually Sunday, because it is supposed to bring good luck to the young couple. All the week before the weddings is also important. During the whole week quests visit bride and groom and leave them gifts on their marriage bed. On Wednesday it is customed that relatives come to bride' s and groom' s new house and watch the flour being sieved by a boy and a girl. Through that process there is silence. When there is enough flour people throw coins into it and yell their wishes of good luck. On Friday there is a ritual called " filling of the sacks" . That means that

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The Anaerobic Energy Systems 7

· Fuel: Carbohydrate only Anaerobic Glycolysis · Breakdown of glucose or glycogen via special glycolytic enzymes. · First glucose or glycogen must be converted to Glucose 6-phosphate. ­ Glucose to glucose 6-phosphate costs 1 ATP · Glycolysis produces pyruvic acid, without oxygen pyruvic acid is converted to lactic acid. · Net gain 3 moles of ATP (glucose = 2 ATP) Anaerobic Glycolysis · Reserve fuel activated when a person accelerates during race, during the last 200 m of a mile run, or performs a 400 m run or 100 m swim. Lactic Acid/Lactate Formation · During very high intensity exercise high rate of glycolysis H+ released faster than they can be removed by NADH (ETC) increased lactic acid production. · The above due to both lack of O 2 and the recruitment of fast twitch fibres. · Lactic acid lactate diffuses into blood for buffering and rapid removal. Lactic Acid as an Energy Source

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Normannid (inglise kirjandus)

defeated and killed shortly afterwards at the Battle of Hastings. The victorious William claimed the throne. 4.What is Domesday book all about ? William the Conqueror started recording England, because he wanted to know how much tax he could raise in order to fund his armies. 5.What do you know about Bayeux Tapestry? It is a long piece of art on cloth about William's journey to England. 6.What langauges were spoken at that time? French 7.What was the role of church in the middle ages? Back during the Middle Ages religion played a major role in the daily life of the Europeans. The major religion that ruled Europe during this time was Christianity. The only church that existed during the Middle Ages was the Catholic Church. The Catholic Church had a great control over the European people. The church was very powerful and could even control the kings of the land. 8.What was the social system like? Who were serfs and freemen? There was a very distinctive social

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Stacey Kemp

Stacey Kemp (born July 25, 1988 in Preston) is an English pair skater who represents Great Britain. She competes with David King. They are the 2006-2010 British national champions. Kemp & King changed coaches in the summer of 2007 and moved to Poland to train under Mariusz and Dorota Siudek. As of 11 December 2010, the pair has the season's 32nd highest total score. The International Skating Union (ISU) ranks them 15th in the world. They earned the 30th highest total score during the 2008­2009 season, and 34th during 2009­2010.

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Tallinn Old Town

Kunda Ühisgümnaasium Tallin Old Town Report Student: Kristin Karu Teacher: Kristi Aron Kunda 2012 The Alexander Nevsky Cathedral The Alexander Nevsky Cathedral is an orthodox cathedral in the Tallinn Old Town,Estonia. It was built to a design by Mikhail Preobrazhensky in a typical Russian Revivalstyle between 1894 and 1900, during the period when the country was part of theRussian Empire. The Alexander Nevsky Cathedral is Tallinn's largest and grandest orthodox cupola cathedral. It is dedicated to Saint Alexander Nevsky who in 1242 won the Battle of the Ice on Lake Peipus, in the territorial waters of present-day Estonia. The late Russian patriarch, Alexis II, started his priestly ministry in the church. Interior of the Cathedral. The Alexander Nevsky Cathedral crowns the hill of Toompea where the Estonian folk hero

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The Renaissance

The Renaissance Between 14th and 16th century in Europe From French word rebirth It was an age of growth in Europe. New, powerful city states emerged. A new middle class had more and more money to spend. Great artists, writers and thinkers lived during this time. During the Middle Ages many people who lived in the countryside worked on the land that they got from the noblemen. In return, they were protected by them Between the middle and the end of the 14th century, the plague, also called "Black Death" killed almost half of Europe's population. It spread most rapidly in the larger cities where many people lived. This led to economic depression. When the plague slowly decreased in the 15th century, the population in Europe began to grow

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Links between Estonia and English speaking countries

from various parts of northwest Germany (Saxons, Angles). Estonian in comparison is a language that has been spoken in the area of present day Estonia for more than 4000 years, Meri (1976). 4 First links Although written evidence of regular links between Estonia and England date back only into the beginning of the 20 th century, it is clear that there have been links also earlier. These contacts might be very old. During Hanseatic times the trade on the Baltic Sea was quite active. The links might be even older. Historians have claimed that already during the second Punic war in 218 BC a northern nation called Esths controlled the north south trade of furs. It is most likely that some furs also reached the area of present day England. Even more likely contacts between Estonia and England date back to the beginning of the second millennium AD. It has been widely acknowledged, that Estonians and

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Broshüür inglise keeles tartust

and the Russian army occupied Tartu University of Tartu Stone Bridge · 1600-1603 Tartu was in the hands The University of Tartu was founded in of the Swedish king 1632 by the Swedish king Gustavus Tartu was hit by a great fire in 1775, Adolphus. during the course of which a large part of · 1632 ­ The University of Tartu the city center burned down. Catherine II was founded In 1665 it was ordered the restoration of the town and closed down. assigned 25,000 rubles for building the · 1704 ­ Russian forces occupied In 1802 it was stone bridge.

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Leonardo Da Vinci

half-siblings who were all much younger than him. Leonardo received an informal education in Latin, geometry and mathematics. At the age of 14 he joined a workshop held by an artist known as Verrocchio. There he painted his painting `'Baptism of Christ'', which first gained notoriety. Leonardo Da Vinci died in 1519 at the age of 67. Leonardo was and is primarily known as a painter. Among his other works, `'Mona Lisa'' is the most famous and most parodied portrait which he pained during 1503-1519. The most reproduced religious painting `'The Last Supper'' was pained by him during 1495-1498. His drawing of the `'Vitruvian Man'' is regarded as a cultural icon, being reproduced on items such as the euro coin, textbooks and t-shirts. Perhaps fifteen of his paintings have survived. His studies in science and engineering are recorded in more than 13,000 pages of notes and drawings which have found their way to major collections such as the Royal Library at

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Active tenses

clock times: at eight o'clock, at three fifteen religious festivals: at Christmas, at Easter mealtimes: at breakfast, at lunchtimes specific periods: at night, at the weekend, at weekends, at half-term `in' is used with: · seasons: in autumn, in the spring years and centuries: in 1985, in the year 2000, in the nineteenth century months: in July, in December parts of the day: in the morning, in the evenings Note that we also use `in' to say that something will happen during or after a period of time in the future. · I think we'll find out in the next · few days. `on' is used with: days: on Monday, on Tuesday morning, on Sunday evenings special days: on Christmas Day, on my birthday, on his wedding anniversary dates: on the twentieth of July, · on June 21st We use `for' with verbs in any tense to say how long something continues to happen. He is in Italy for a month. I remained silent for a long time.

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Dylan Thomas

Dylan Thomas He was one of the most popular poets in the 20th century. Thomas grew up in Wales and left school at the age of 16. During his teen years he wrote numerous poems and had his first poem published in 1933. During his career Thomas also wrote short stories, essays, film scripts and one novel. His poems seem to be disorderly, overwhelming outpourings of language. In 1949 he began visiting the US for poetry reading tours, he became a celebrity there. His most famous play "Under Milk Wood". His favourite themes were London in wartime, nature, Wales's culture and identity. Most well known works: "Eighteen poems", "Do not go gentle into that good night", "Twenty-five Poems".

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Ülo Sooster life and time

Ülo Sooster life and time · [slaid 1] Ülo Sooster was born on 17. October 1924 in the village of Ühtri, Käina county, on the island of Hiiumaa. And he died in 25 October 1970, in Moscow. · He started school in his homevillage of Ühtri and continued on the island, in Kärdla. His high school days were spent in Tallinn at France Lycee. Ülo Sooster studied art in Tartu during the period of 1943 ­ 1949. During his first year there, the scool was renamed the ,,Pallas Higher Art School". · In November of 1949 Ülo Sooster and the men belonging to his circle of friends were arrested, acvused of hardended decadence and bourglious natsionalism (süüdistatuna paadunud dekadendsuses ja kodanlikus natsionalismis). · The fate carried him to a prison camp in Karanganda. Despite everything he continued

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House of Winsdor

House of Wettin, which succeeded the House of Hanover to the British monarchy following the death of Queen Victoria, wife of Albert, Prince Consort. The name was changed from Saxe-Coburg and Gotha to the English Windsor (from "Windsor Castle"[1]) in 1917 because of anti-German sentiment in the British Empire during World War I.[2] There have been four British monarchs of the house of Windsor to date: three kings and the present queen, Elizabeth II. During the reign of the Windsors, major changes took place in British society. The British Empire participated in the First and Second World Wars, ending up on the winning side both times, but subsequently lost its status as a superpower during decolonisation. Much of Ireland broke with the United Kingdom and the remnants of the Empire became the Commonwealth of Nations. King George V (1865-1936), Reigned 1910-36 As the second son of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, George V had not

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Tallinn

The city, with a population of 8,000, was very well fortified with city walls and 66 defence towers. During the Great Northern War the Swedish troops based in Tallinn capitulated to Imperial Russia in 1710, but the local self-government institutions retained their cultural and economical autonomy within Imperial Russia as the Duchy of Estonia. The Magistracy of Reval was abolished in 1889. The 19th century brought industrialization of the city and the port kept its importance. During the last decades of the century Russification measures became stronger. February 1918, the Independence Manifesto was proclaimed in Tallinn, followed by Imperial German occupation and a war of independence with Russia. On 2 February 1920, the Tartu Peace Treaty was signed with

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Christmas in Norway

The gnome is known as Julebukk or `Christmas buck,' and his looks are similar to those of a goat. Julebukk is associated with the Viking times, when the pagans worshipped Thor and his goat. The idea of Julebukk is very old and still, very dear to the Norwegians, especially around Christmas. During the Viking period, a person used to dress in a goat skin and carry a goat head on the Christmas Day. He would join the party and die during the course of the evening, to return to life. In the early Christian era, the goat came to be associated with the devil and would appear in the party while merry making and celebrations were on. This game was forbidden by the church and the state by the end of the middle age. However, in the more recent times, the goat has reappeared in the tamer and less devious form of Julebukk. Christmas tree decorations are a major part of festive celebrations in Norway. The celebrators either

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Prague(praha)

COMPENDIUM ABOUT PRAGUE Prague is the capital and largest city of the Czech Republic. Nicknames for Prague have included Praga mater urbium/Praha matka mst ("Prague ­ Mother of Cities") in Latin/Czech, Stovzatá Praha ("City of a Hundred Spires") in Czech or Zlaté msto/Goldene Stadt ("Golden City") in Czech/German. Situated on the Vltava River in central Bohemia, Prague has been the political, cultural and economic centre of the Czech state for more than 1100 years. For many decades during the Gothic and Renaissance eras, Prague was the permanent seat of two Holy Roman Emperors and thus was also the capital of the Holy Roman Empire. 4 Today, the city proper is home to about 1.3 million people, while its metropolitan area is estimated to have a population of over 1.9 million. Since 1992, the extensive historic centre of Prague has been included in the UNESCO list of

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Jõgeva rural

Tallinna Tehnikakõrgkool EI 12 Madis Arula Introduction Laiuse Castle of Order Laiuse Drumlin Laiuse Blue Spring Põltsamaa Castle Põltsamaa Church Põltsamaa Rose garden Endla Nature Reserve Laiuse Castle of Order ·Rebuilt in the 15th century ·Destroyed 1700-1701, during the North war ·Swedish king Carl XII stayed there during the North war Laiuse drumlin ·10 kilometrs long ·2 kilometrs wide and ·Higest topp is 144 meters above the sea Laiuse blue spring ·18 m deep ·Healing qualities Põltsamaa castle and church ·Started in 1272 ·1770 the old building was replaced by a rococo palace ·Built from 1632 to 1633 ·In 1941 It catched fire and the

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Economy of Estonia.

Light industry yields a highly varied output from cotton fabrics to clothing and footwear. However, recent years have not been easy for the textile and sewing industry as it is increasingly difficult to compete with cheap producers from outside the European Union ­ Estonian market is also being gradually flooded by cheap goods from China, India and Turkey. Mechanical engineering and motor vehicle industry have experienced a rapid development during the recent years, although the branch became nearly extinct in the early 1990s after the collapse of the Soviet military industry. The local business climate has been revived thanks to the opening of the plant of the international electronics company Elcoteq in 2000. Engineering products and equipment manufactured in Estonia range from cables, mobile phones and computers to security equipment for cars, laboratory equipment, different hoists and other equipment for different industries.

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Boston Celtics

Philadelphia 76ers The Celtics­76ers rivalry is a rivalry between the Celtics and Philadelphia 76ers. The two teams have the most meetings in the NBA Playoffs, playing each other in 19 series with the Celtics winning 12 of them. Boston Celtics Legends Bill Russel Bill Russel ­ He played center position in Celtics. He's a five time winner of the NBA Most Valuable Player Award. Russel was part of the dynasty that won 11 NBA Championships during his 13 year career. Russell holds the record for the most championships won by an athlete in a North American sports league. Russell is considered one of the best players in NBA history. Robert Joseph"Bob" Cousy Robert Joseph ,,Bob" Cousy ­ played point guard position for the Celtics from 1950-1963. Cousy was initially drafted as the third overall pick in the first round of the 1950 NBA Draft by the Tri-Cities Blackhawks, but after he refused to report, he was picked up by Boston

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Raymond Chandler

Raymond Chandler Raymond Chandler · Raymond Thornton Chandler was an American- British novelist and screenwriter. In 1932, at the age of forty-four, Chandler became a detective fiction writer after losing his job as an oil company executive during the Great Depression. Foto Biography · Chandler was born in 1888 in Chicago. In 1959, Raymond Chandler contracted pneumonia and died in hospital. Buried in San Diego cemetery. History · His first short story, "Blackmailers Don't Shoot", was published in 1933 in Black Mask, a popular pulp magazine. His first novel, The Big Sleep, was published in 1939. In addition to his short stories, Chandler published just seven full novels during

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National Symbols of New Zealand

circumstances. New Zealand's National Anthems The words for "God Defend New Zealand" were written as a poem in the 1870s by Irish immigrant Thomas Bracken. A competition to compose music for the poem was held in 1876. The winner of the competition was John Joseph Woods of Lawrence, New Zealand who composed the melody in a single sitting the evening after finding out about the competition. The song became increasingly popular during the 19th century and early 20th century, and in 1940 the New Zealand government bought the copyright and made it New Zealand's national hymn.While being used as New Zealand's national anthem at the British Empire Games from 1950 onward, it was first officially used at the Olympic Games in 1972. Following the performance at the Munich games, a campaign began to have the song adopted as the national anthem.

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Old Tallinn

The city was known as Reval from the 13th century until the 1920s. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tallinn Old Tallinn The Old Town can historically be divided into two distinct areas: Toompea Hill and the Lower Old Town, which were separated by a dividing wall since medieval times. The elevated area of Toompea Hill with its castle was occupied by the residences of Tallinn's rulers and gentry. The Lower Old Town meanwhile developed as an autonomous merchantile centre, flourishing during the 13th-16th centuries, when the city enjoyed membership of the powerful Hanseatic Trading League. Generally speaking these two districts are now collectively referred as the Old Town. The Town wall and towers Medieval fortresses, which emerged during the development of the medieval town at the end of the 13th century, surrounded the city centre as a closed defence zone. By the 16th century, Tallinn's defence system was one of the most powerful in Northern Europe.

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Saksamaa

Metropolitan France is bordered (clockwise from the north) by Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Monaco, Andorra, and Spain. France's overseas departments and collectivities also share land borders with Brazil and Suriname and the Netherlands Antilles. France is the largest country in the European Union by area and the second largest in Europe behind Ukraine. France has been a major power for many centuries with strong economic, cultural, military and political influence. During the 17th and 18th centuries, France colonized much of North America; during the 19th and early 20th centuries, It is the most visited country in the world, by about 82 million tourist. French capital is Paris. President is Nicolas Sarkozy .France is ranked as the first tourist destination in the world, ahead of Spain and the United States. France is the 19th most populous country in the world. France's largest cities are Paris, Marseille, Lyon, Lille, Toulouse, Nice, and Nantes.

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