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Ristsõna - Great Britain

What is the language that is spoken in Scotland by more than 70,000 people 7. Which part of the UK has the population of 2,965,900 10. What was first used in Britain to smelt ores such as iron 13. It is the official religion in Britain 15. A Cumbria's lake that is knows as ''Queen of Lakes'' 16. The second highest top in Britain 18. One of Britains great ports which is connected to the sea by rivers 19. South of the Pennines, also knows as the industrial heart of the United Kingdom 20. Agriculture contributes 2 per cent of... Down 1. Type of rai...

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CANADA

travlang.com/factbook/maps/ca-map.gif History · First people were the Aboriginal people. · Explorers from Europe arrived in the 1500s. · "Canada" means "village" in Huron. · Canada became a country on July 1st, 1867. · It has evolved from French and British colonies to a multicultural federation. Info http://static.open.salon.com/files/beaver1231206221.jpg · Population: 33,212,696 · Capital city: Ottawa · Second largest country in the world after Russia. · Ranks 9th in the least densely populated countries (3 people per sqkm). · Its motto is "from sea to sea". · National animal: the beaver · There are 6 time zones. · Ten provinces and three territories. http://www.travelandtransitions.com/interviews/images/ottawa-pan...

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Powerpoint teemal crime levels in different regions of the world

THE LEVEL OF CRIME IN DIFFERENT REGIONS OF THE WORLD Betti Säre 10b Crime rates around the world Europe is catching up to USA Life in the US has never been safer Less terrorism Less robbery USA, Germany, UK, Asia, Middle East The world has become safer Factors that affect crime levels Difference in legal systems Rates of crime report and police recording Differences in data quality Differences in the point at which a crime is measured Victimization rates for burglary, robbery, assault and threat, one-year period Terrorism Germany (Islamic Jihad- 100 or less) Turkey (PKK- 4000, over 37000 kills since 1978) England (Al- Qa'ida- 1600, 200 secret Al- Qa'ida units, 1600 fanatics) Sri Lanka (LTTE, aka Tamil Tigers- 10 000, " Death is better than caught by the State") j j Total international attacks by region 1997- 2002 Homicide rates...

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Powerpointi esitlus Antartikast

It is situated in the southern hemisphere, almost entirely south of the Antarctic Circle, and is surrounded by the Southern Ocean. Antarctica area is 14,000,000 km² , icefree area is about 280,000 km² and icecovered is about 13,720,000 km² that means about 98% of Antarctica is covered by ice. Climate of Antarctica Antarctica is the coldest, driest and windiest continent, and has the highest average elevation of all the continents. The coldest natural temperature ever recorded on Earth was -89.2 °C at the Russian Vostok Station in Antarctica on 21 July 1983. Antarctica is also extremely dry, technically a desert, whit an average of only 166 mm of precipitation per year. Population of Antarctica The number of people conducting and supporting scientific research. The number of...

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Mammals of Australia

· It is the only continent in the world to still have all three of the major groups of mammals: monotremes, marsupials and placentals. · Some of the best-known animals are the kangaroo, koala, echidna, dingo, platypus, wallaby and wombat. · Monotremes - egg-laying mammals (nowadays found only in Australia and New Guinea) Marsupials - babies born in embryonic condition and kept firmly attached to a teat in a pouch or nestled behind a protective skin-flap while developing further Placentals - unborn young are nourished by a placenta and born at a more advanced stage, some still naked, blind and unable to walk for a week or two, others able to run on their day of birth Monotremes: Marsupial: Placentals: Echidna Kangaroo Dugong Dingoes The Dingo is Australia's wild dog. It is found in Australia, in all states but Tasmania. The...

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Utoopia arhitektuuris

Architecture and cities in the future · The painting by Frank R. Paul · Cities made of steel, glass and plastic · Massive skyscrapers, roof-top aerodromes, wide pedestrian boulevards, metal roadways, urban space launch pads, noise regulations. · Cities must change radically to achieve long-term sustainability. · Energy, food and water sources, transportation systems and basic infrastructure, must all adapt to emerging pressures from climate change, dw...

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"USA" Topic

Its western coast is washed by the Pacific Ocean and its eastern coast by the Atlantic Ocean an the Gulf of Mexico. It borders on Canada in the north and on Mexico in the south. The USA consists of fifty-one states and the District of Columbia. The state of Alaska is separated from the rest of the USA by Canada. Hawaii, which became the fiftieth state in 1959, is in the Pacific Ocean, halfway between the continents of America and Asia. The USA is one of the largest countries in the world. Its area is over 9 million square kilometers. Symbols of the United States include the American flag and the Great Seal. The name, "United States Of America", is usually shortened to "The United States", "America", or simply "The US" or "USA". America has over 270 000 000 people and the popu...

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The Domician Monastery

CATHERINE`S MONASTERY One of the best-kept secrets of Tallinn is to be found in the very center of the city. Located near Viru Street, between Müürivahe and Vene Streets, is a medieval Dominican monastery which reveals a fascinating dimension of the city's history. The Dominican Order was founded by a Spaniard, Saint Dominic Gusman, in 1216. Up to that moment only bishops were permitted to preach, but their performance was inadequate beause of the time they had to devote to the administrstion of their dioceses. The result was that many Christians heard the Word of God rarely if at all . Dominic envisioned the creation of a body of trained theologians who would scatter throughout Europe and proclaim the gospel in the most remote areas. The nordic countries appear very early on the Dominic anagenda. To reach Tallinn the friars followed the trade route along the southern coast of the Baltic Sea, and reached Estonia some 7...

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Smog

A TKiG, 2012 Problem · Highly toxic · Term originates from the 19th century London · Coined in Daily Telegraph July 26, 1905 · Worsened by thermal inversions Origin: Smo(ke) + (fo)g = Smog Main Causes The London Smog: coalpowered industry. Photochemical smog = vehicular fumes + industrial fumes + sunlight The main pollutants: NO2, SO2 Thermal Inversion Health Risks · Bad for everyone · Extra risk for people with heart, lung conditions and children, elderly Smog in NYC, 1988 Beijing, 2005 The Worst Case Scenario 5 "Smoggiest" Cities · Beijing, China · New Delhi, India · Santiago, Chile · Mexico City, Mexico · Ulanbataar, Mongolia Alternative Meanings Smog may also refer to...

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Wild animals

Wolf Wild boar Fox Lynx Bear Grey rabbit White rabbit Badger Weasel ...

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Powerpoint Republic of Irelandi kohta

The Republic of Ireland General overview Territory: 27,097 sq miles Population: 4 million Capital: Dublin Patron Saint: St Patrick The second largest of the British Isles 60 million people outside Ireland claim Irish ancestry Landscape and climate Ireland is low in the middle and high at its edges. Not very high mountains; highest is Carrantuohill (1,040 m) in the southwest At Moher, you can look 200m straight down into the sea Green fields, full of flowers, wide and empty beaches All landscape types are represented Climate is damp Ireland is one of the wettest countries in Europe History St Patrick converted the Irish to Christianity In mid16th century Henry VIII declared himself King of Ireland and broke away from the Roman Catholic Church In 1601, Queen Elizabeth I defeated the Irish army at the battle of Kinsale and the land was dominated by Protestants The Act of Union in 1801 made England and Ireland one country with one...

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Stonehenge kohta inglise keelne powerpointi esitlus!

Stonehenge About Stonehenge History "Mystery of Stonehenge" Construction Location Stonehenge Tour Location South-England 90 miles west of London 3.2 kilometres west of Amesbury, 13 kilometers north of Salisbury. History Evolved between 3,050BC and 1,600BC Constructed in three main phases: 3050BC, circular ditch and bank 2600BC, wooden structure constructed at centre 2500-1500BC, monument constructed, arranged and re- arranged "Mystery of Stonehenge" Multiplicity of theories: Stonehenge was domain of the dead, Woodhenge was land of the living. Place of healing. Observatory, temple Used for astronomical views. Construction Three periods: Period I (c. 2950-2900 BC) - circular enclosure (56 Aubrey holes and 4 Station Stones inside it), outlined by two banks, ditch with an en...

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Forestry

Forestry Importance: · Environmental-protective importance Oxygen Cleans the air/soils/ground water Protects the soil from erosion · Timber Firewood Woodwork Building materials Timber ­ cellulose ­ paper · Mushrooms/berries/juices · Habitat of different species Measuring the amount of forest: · Fixing the area under the forests (ha/%) -> In Estonia ­ 47.4%, 2.143 mil/ha It doesn't take into account the amount of timber · To measure the amount of timber (m3) -> 352.7 mil/m3 It doesn't take into account the annual increase · To fix different species of trees (%) -> Pine 40%, Birch 30%, Spruce 20% · To measure the annual increase of timber (m3, ha, year) -> 9 mil. m3/ha/year Main principle of the economy of forests: Annual cutting should be equal to annual increase. Trees are divided into: · Precious trees (ebony, mahagony, sandalwood) · Hard-br...

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Kew Gardens

Kew Gardens Introduction The reasons for choosing the subject: · Interesting · Close to nature · Something new · An exciting place to visit · UNESCO World Heritage Site How to find Kew Gardens? · South bank of the River Thames, near Richmond · About 10km south-west of London · Public transport is recommended: environment, parking General Information · Created in 1759 (by the Prince of Wales) · Employs more than 650 scientists · The living collections: over 30,000 different plant species · The herbarium: over 7 million preserved plant species · Library: the sounds of birds, illustrations collection Facts about Kew Gardens · 300 acres · Originally had only 9 acres of land · 33,000 species are grown · Was laid out on the grounds of Kew Palace · Many plants were brought by Captain Cook · Were given to nation and opened to the public in 1841 ...

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Enviromental problems

This includes both human (man- made), social and physical (natural) features. Natural features include soil, the atmosphere, vegetation and wildlife. Human features include things such as culture, language and political systems. Geographers are concerned about human action in the environment. Human interference with the environment causes problems such as soil erosion, global warming and acid. You may ask how we as individuals can have an impact on the environment. Our actions can help to increase the problems highlighted above. For example turning off lights that are not being used helps to reduce global warming. Until recently, concern about the environment revolved almost exclusively around local and national problems. Over the past two decades, however, scientists have increasingly focused attention on more far-reaching environmental threats,...

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The Commonwealth of nations and the Brittish Empire

Why was it often said that ,,the sun never sets on the British Empire"? ... is used to describe an empire of such a large extent that, at any one time, at least part of its territory is in daylight. This was a saying refering to the fact that Britian had colonies all around the world. 2. What is the Commonwealth? The Commonwealth is an association of sovereign nations that support each other and work together towards international goals. 3. When was it founded? 1931 4. Who were the founder members? Great Britain, the Irish Free State (now the Republic of Ireland), Canada, Newfoundland (since 1949 part of Canada), Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa. 5. Are they still members? Why? Irish Free State left in 1949 with the republic of ireland acts, Newfoundland (since 1949 part of Canada), 6. What was the difference between the British Empire and the Br...

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International Economic organisations, leader firms

1. Economic unions- organisations dealing with international trade and also finance. For example European Union,World Trade Organisation. 2. Cartels-a formal agreement of some kind of raw materials. ASEAN-Association of Southeast-Asia Nations. It was established in 1967-Its aim is to make favorable conditions for membership countries. The members are Brunei,Philippines,Indonesia,Thailand, Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Malaisia and Singapore. NAFTA-North American Free Trade Agreement.It was established in 1989 by Canada, USA, and Mexico. They have remained totally independent.All countries may join with this organisation.It is one of the world's biggest economic organisations. MERCOSUR-The South common market.Regional Trade Agreement among Uruguay,Paraguay,Brazil and Argentina.It was founded in 1991. Bolivia,...

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Loodusprobleemid inglise keeles.

Ecological problems Situation Reason Consequenses Suggestions for solutions Ozone layer is damaged · Using different sprays · Increase of UV-rays · Ozone friendly products · Burning rubber and other (causes cancer) · Campaigns to make people plastics · There is no life possible on aware of dangers · Factories produce sulphur the Earth without ozone layer Depletion of natural resources · Misusage of natural · Loss of luxurity · Using renewable resources...

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Test Population

Name the processes of population that have an economic importance. 2. What is demographic transition and what influences it? 3. Speak about demographic explosion. 4. What is demographic crisis? 5. Speak about the course of demographic transition up to 1950s. 6. Speak about full employment in the NORTH. 7. What is natural increase? 8. Why is the rapid increase of population so acute problem? 9. Name the factors that influence death rate. 10. What are the main reasons for death in the developing world? 11. Analyse a population pyramid (what stage was in 2000?). Vastused 1. 1. Demographic transition, 2. Changes that take place in education and full employment, 3. Migration, 4. Urbanization, 5. Etno-cultural process. 2. This is a theory according to which all societies start with traditional alternation (vaheldus) of generations. It is influenced by indust...

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Australia

Australia Katrin Aibast General · Australia is the sixth largest country in the world after Russia, Canada, China, USA and Brazil. · The mainland is the largest island and the smallest, flattest and driest continent on Earth. · The Australian federation consists of six States and two Territories. · The largest State, Western Australia, is about the same size as Western Europe. · Australia was the second country to give women the vote. Great victoria desert Click to edit Master text styles Second level Third level Fourth level Fifth level Highest peak Click to edit Master text styles Second level Third level Fourth level Fifth...

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