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evidence - one or more reasons for believing that something is or is not true
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Sticky costs: evidence from Croatian food and beverage industry

Sticky costs: evidence from Croatian food and beverage industry M. Pervan and I. Pervan Cost stickiness võib eesti keelde tõlkida kui kulude kleepuvus. Artikkel on Horvaatia toiduaine- ja joogitööstuse näitel. Üks viisidest, kuidas ettevõtted suudavad säilitada ja parandada oma konkurentsieelist on juhtida tulutoovalt ning maksimeerida ettevõtte kasum. E...

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Inglise õiguskeel

süüdistaja - prosecutor 7. ohver - victim 8. süüdistatav, kaitsealune (krim.) – defendant, the accused 9. väljaspool mõistlikku kahtlust – beyond reasonable doubt 10. süüd tõestama – tp prove the guilt 11. süüs kahtlema – to doubt the guilt 12. vabadusest ilma jätma – to deprive of freedom 13. lubatavad (vastuvõetavad) tõendid – admissible evidence 14. lubamatud tõendid – not admissible evidence 15. leidma kuriteos süüdi olevat – to find guilty of the crime 16. uute reeglite järgi – under the new rules 17. hageja – plaintiffclaimant 18. kostja - defendant 19. kohtuasja väljaspool kohut lahendama – to settle a case out of court 20. tõestamise kohustus lasub – burden of proof lies on 21. vastut...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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The future seems dark.

There have been plenty of ideas discussed about what will happen in 2012. But how do we know which to trust? There's very little legitimate scientific evidence out there to tell us unequivocally what the truth is, so what do we really know? The most important thing to remember when looking into all the theories going around is this: No one knows. Not the Mayan experts, not the conspiracy theorists, not the sceptics. Recently sceptics have used comments from modern day Mayans themselves that 2012 is a hoax, and that no Mayan calendar points to the end of the world on December 21, 2012. This is...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Ned Kelly - the bushranger

kl · Edward (Ned) Kelly, bushranger, was born in June 1855 at Beveridge, Victoria, the eldest son of John (Red) Kelly and his wife Ellen. His father was born in Tipperary, Ireland, in 1820 and sentenced in 1841 to seven years' transportation for stealing two pigs. He arrived in Van Diemen's Land in 1842. When his sentence expired in 1848 he went to the Port...

Inglise ajalugu - Keskkool
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Chocolate addiction

A chocoholic is a person who craves chocolate. There is some medical evidence to support the existence of actual addiction to chocolate. However, the term is mostly used loosely or humorously to describe a person who is inordinately fond of chocolate. The chocolate addiction happens mostly with women because they eat more emotionally than men. Why do people get addicted to it The essential components of addiction are intense craving for something, loss of control over the use of it, and continued use despite negative conse...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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LAC-5700 operatsioonisüsteemid, töö 2

2 ARUANNE Õppejõud : prof. Vello Kukk Tudeng : Anneli Kaldamäe Martr. nr : 991476 Rühm : LAP E-mail : anneli_k@excite.com...

OperatsioonisĂĽsteemid - Tallinna TehnikaĂĽlikool
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Links between Estonia and English speaking countries

According to Wikipeia online dictionary, English is an Anglo-Frisian language brought to south-eastern Great Britain in the 5th century AD by Germanic settlers 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 mos...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Famous castles of Scotland

The castle is located some 5 miles (8 km) south-west of the city centre, and 3 miles (5 km) east of Paisley, overlooking the Levern Water, just before its confluence with the White Cart Water.Crookston is surrounded by a defensive ring-ditch that dates back to the 12th century when Sir Robert de Croc, built a timber and earth castle. Remains of a chapel founded by de Croc in 1180 have been uncovered. Evidence of an even earlier fortification on the same site has also been found. The lands of Crookston were bought by Sir Alan Stewart in 1330, and passed to Sir John Stewart, 1st Lord Darnley, in 1361. The Darnley Stewarts replaced the early castle with the present stone structure around 1400.In 1489 the Stewart Earl of Lennox rebelled against James IV. James responded by bringing the cannon Mons Meg from Edinburgh, and bombarding the castle, virtually de...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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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 in those days. There were dwellin...

inglise teaduskeel - Põhikool
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Capital punishment should be abolished

For example: death penalty should exist for serial killers. Another reason is that the criminals who would have been executed are now the country's responsibility and they use taxpayers' money. On the other hand, capital punishment is very inhumane. After the execution new evidence may appear and the criminal might turn out to be innocent but there is nothing to do because we can not bring back the dead. Another reason for abolishing capital punishment is the criminal's innocent family. The whole process can bring them serious trauma for years afterwards. In my opinion capital punishment should be abolished in Estonia because it is inhumane. I also believe that a person or a group of people should not have t...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Superstar 1 tests

1 Most people don't trust ________________________ because they don't tell the truth. POLITICS 2 As a ________________________, the acrobat was amazing. PERFORM 3 ________________________ are trying to find evidence of life on other planets. SCIENCE 4 She used to be a lawyer but now she is a ________________________. JOURNAL 5 When I was young we loved the ________________________, Lorenzo the Great. MAGIC 6 He is a careful ________________________ and never has accidents. DRIVE 7 You wer...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Oliver twist - kokkuvõte

Mrs. Bumble had redeemed the pawned item and gave it to Monks. It was a gold locket, engraved with the name Agnes and contained a small gold band. Monks was pleased and beckoned his visitors to stand away from the table. He moved it to reveal a trap door in the floor that showed rushing water below. To the evidence Mrs. Bumble had given him, he tied a weight, and explained that once thrown into the current, it could never again be used against him. The Bumbles agreed to keep quiet with the matter and left the Monks establishment. Chapter 39: Sikes was ill and confined to his apartment where Nancy was nursing him. Fagin, Dodger, and Charlie Bates came to see him, and Sikes wanted some money from Fagin. They agreed that Nancy was to go get the money a...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Weather and climate

Weather and climate specialists all over the world have collected a vast quantity of information. They can describe what is happening around us. With satellites they can forecast more accurately what might happen in the immediate future. Their research has produced evidence of why past climatic changes took place. There have been many climate fluctuations over the 10,000 years since Britain was last covered with an ice sheet. Advances and retreats of ice in the northern hemisphere during the past 500,000 years can be accounted for by changes in the warmth from the Sun. This was caused by alterations in the Earth's orbit at periods of 96,000, 40,000 and 20,000 years. Although that t...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Tsitaate

" (O. Wilde) "Inimese iseloom on tema saatus." Herakleitos (filosoof) "Tõde on kõige kindlam vale." (Juudi vanasõna) "Rumalad ei andesta ega unusta, naiivsed andestavad ja unustavad, targad andestavad, aga ei unusta." (T. Szasz) "Te ei saavuta elus oma kohta, kui seisate valvel, vaid kui ründate ja saate ka ise kõvasti kolki." R .W. Emerson (ameeri...

Kirjandus - Keskkool
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Austraalia referaat inglise keeles

People lived in family groups. There wereno cities or anything like that. There were no cultivated crops, animals werenot herded for food and metalworking was yet to be discovered. It is not known from where the aboriginals began their journey, but it is certain that they used some kind of a craft to cross the water between the islands to the north and reach the southern continent. This voyage is the earliest evidence of sea travel by prehistoric men. The first aborigines found an Australia with a better environment than today. Large animals now extinct provided more meat than the animals which we are familiar with. Some parts of the continent were richer in vegetable food, but there were no cultivated crops or animals that could be domesticated such as cattle and sheep. As Australia was isolated from the rest of the world, Aborigi...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Internet (inglise keeles)

The evidence suggests that the Internet has blended into the rhythms of every day life: the Internet is used at work, in schools, in universities, and hospitals etc. It is used for a wide variety of purposes, such as surfing for information, working, playing online games, and just chatting. The fact that people are not interacting in visible public spaces does not mean that they are in isolation. It is just sometimes quicker and easier way to find needed informa...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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The bodyshop

If the weight of scientific evidence deems a chemical to be of immediate concern, we will ban its use in new products. Apart from those substances already banned by EU or UK authorities for use in cosmetics, The Body Shop has already banned a number of substances from use in our products and packaging, for example, PVC, Alkylphenols and organic tin compounds. Phasing out chemicals of concern In 2003, The Body Shop responded to concerns over phthalates and artificial musks in...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Anglo - Saxon

There are few remains of Anglo-Saxon architecture, with no secular work remaining above ground. All surviving churches, except one timber church, are built of stone or brick and in some cases show evidence of re-used Roman work. Art Anglo-Saxon art is mainly known today through illuminated manuscripts. Although they are the most well known to have survived. Perhaps the best known piece of Anglo-Saxon art is the Bayeux Tapestry which was commissioned by a Norman patron from English artists working in the traditional Anglo-Saxon style. The most common example of Anglo-Saxon art is coins, with thousands of examples extant. Anglo-Saxon artists als...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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Future forms grammar

, b) for on-the-spot decisions c) for promisses, threats, warnings, requests, hopes and offers. d) for actions events situations which will definitely happen on the future and which we cannot control.Be going to We use be going to: a) for plans, intentions or ambitions we have for the future. b) for actions we have already decided to do in the near future . C) in predictions when there is evidence that something will happen in the near future.Future continious. A) for an action ehich will be in progress at a started future time. B) for an actions ehich will definitely happen in the future as the result of a routine or arrangement. C) when we ask politely about someone's plans for the near future. Future perfect for an action which will be finished before a stated future time. Future perfect continuos to emphasise the duration of a...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Scotland

The earliest written record of a formal connection between Rome and Scotland is the attendance of the "King of Orkney" who was one of eleven British kings who submitted to the Emperor Claudius at Colchester in AD 43 following the invasion of southern Britain three months earlier. The long distances and short period of time involved strongly suggest a prior connection between Rome and Orkney, although no evidence of this has been found and the contrast with later Caledonian resistance is striking. Originals of On the Ocean do not survive, but copies are known to have existed in the first century AD so at the least a rudimentary knowledge of the geography of north Britain would have been available to Roman military intelligence. Pomponius Mela, the Roman geographer, recorded in his De Chorographia, written circa AD 43, that there were thirty Orkney...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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